Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 10, 1988
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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The warm air ushing'northward under a high'pressure area Public Nallc.o. . . . 7.'A f.J1VUIV&
over northeast F orida Is expected to move out over the Atlantic Sporte . . . '.10A I? ::1?: (. 1..1 0 "" 11 I
seaboard about Friday, with scattered clouds to invade the area RS l'1.. Itq R t !
The chance of rain will be only 10 percent SECTION ei 12 re$.. Gp Y r, 1. ,

Temperatures will stay near 50 in the mornings and reach near 80 POrach,,'. Drop 1.61 rNF.$' Ot- P (

In the afternoon, except a little cooler Friday and Saturday, Sun 511-1. Improv.m.nt. . .2B VsM..C f1..0b
day, a sunny mild, warm trend will again dominate north Florida. Christmas Porad., . .21 tc Rbp 'J i
The surf temperature is 62 degrees at Jacksonville Beach, A new 4.Ho"rCha.., .31 II .. '
moon occurred Wednesday Sunrise was at 6:48: and moonrise was Ar.a Deaths, ,41, :The Sweetest Strawberries This Side \. .. .", 'C.,3 :
6:52: Sunset was 5:33: length of day. loh 45m. Crlm. N.ws. ..7,121 109th Year S1AKKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents"' S "
17tH Issue Thursday, November 10. 19H8 USPS Oti2-7K> ;..tomWortli

9pting Vote Splitting ,

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Extension "

Hom.mak.rs... rr tt .
The Bradford County Extension 4 7' At Record Pace i

Homemakers will host a reception,' ,
Thursday, November 10, from 11
a.m. to 1 p.m., in the Bradford by Buster Rahn State Treasurer...
County Fairgrounds Ag Building. I BCT Staff WriterIn
Educational and leadership opportunities one race after another, Brad- Bradford. County voters gave
Democrat candidate for
available through the ford County voters went to the polls .
Ken Jenne, only 3 more
Florida Extension Homemakers Tuesday, Nov. 8, and voted for in, votes than the
Republican nominee,
Organization will be explained.. dividual candidates rather than for
Tom Gallagher. Bradford vote
Call 964-6280, ex. 284 for further the .of election
party analysis
was 3,233 to 3230.; With only a 3 vote
information. I'
... returns show. : differential out of 6,463 votes cast in
With registered Democrats outnumbering the racewho can say his I vote
Lunch Bunch... registered Republicansabout doesn't: count?
8 to 1, the voting pattern wouldbe
The "Lunch Bunch'* will meet at .,
expected to generally follow a
of State :
noon, Friday, Nov. 11 in the First ,similar ratio, but that is not the case. ,Secretary .
Presbyterian Church. Bring a Incumbent Republican Jim Smith I

covered dish and join in the" Presidential Race... took 57 percent of the vote in Brad-
fellowship. ford County, leaving the Democrat:
In the presidential race, every contender 43 percent
precinct''in Bradford County, with Smith, who ran for governor two'years
,# Brooker Cable TV..., the exception of the three ago as a Democrat, changedhis

''A cable TV franchise for Brooker predominately black precincts, gave registration to Republican after
majority' of Us votes to the Bush- the 1986 election and appointedto
will be decided on tonight (Thursday was
',-1'IoV.l0, by the town council. Quayle ticket.. the the Secretary of State positionby
Regular Brooker meetin> will be' I k The Republican ticket took 63 per Governor Bob Martinez filling "
held the same evening since it was cent of the local vote, leaving 37 per- the unexpired, term of George
postponed from Tuesday because of cent for the Democrat nominees, Firestone, who returned private
I Dukakis and Bentsen. Two
the ele tion.Gator business. In Bradford County, Smith
i parties received a total' of 28 votes drew 3,713 votes to 2,793 votes for

QB Club... county-wide. challenger Tom R. Moore.
Actual count gave Bush-Quayle Smith, like Rep. Crady, is ex-
'The Starke Gator QuarterbackClub 3,839 votes to 2,229 for Dukakis. tremely popular ,with Correction's
meets today (Thurs. Nov.10)t) "" fr Bentsen, showing again, that party:!!' employees.,
,Starke Golf and Country Club.' loyalty is weakening in Bradford

Attitude adjustment hour, 6:30p Defense.., and voters are supporting, U.S. Senate Race...
.m. Covered dish dinner, 7 p.m. '''DEJimmy Long individuals, rather' than party, Bradford County gave Democratic
Guest speaker: Lynn Amedee, UF philosophy.,' ,_
above, nails Newberryrunner Candidate Buddy MacKay 57 percent
Across the whole of
offensive coordinator; Thomas Ford,' r ''races in which both parties spectrum were in of.the 6,7wi, votes cast in the

FSU Boosters... Always around the, 4 :,. contention; the three majority black race. to 43 percent for Republican
football are LB Dane precincts followed party lines, candidate'Connie Mack. The vote
FSU Boosters meeting: today. Clark. No. 75; DT Keith voting for the, Democratic nominee. was 3,766 to 2,940.
(Thurs Nov_10)) KOA Campgrounci -. Jenkins, No. 74, and LB 4,872 times ,to 2,204 votes for" the Although Bradford County gave
Rec Haft!I, 7" p.m. Roast Bill Hamilton. Republican, a 69 to 31 percent ratio, Mack, a strong vote,. indicating'a
beef dinner, $3.50. Long leads 8-0 BUS The three precincts are East high rate of cross-over voting { .
David Lamb will be guestspeaker with 81 tackles, Lawtey, No. 2B Reno, No 7 and Lincoln -. MacKay was' expected to carry'
,, Hamilton has 76,' City, No. 12B.' North Florida, since his a native of
Jenkins 75, Travis Long 'Marion County and popular'with I
9 rr A number of white electors vote in ,,
( area voters: ,
73.BUS the three precincts.
Open House..., hosts 0-8 Neasein State-wide, the race was too closeto
the final home game : I call Wednesday morning. It was
An open house, with tours door tomorrow night. ; the only senate race in the nation
prizes and much more, will be held At right DT Keith ,House Races... whose outcome was in doubt 12 !

by the Bradford Association for :Jenkins, No. 74, blocksa In the District 21 race ,for the hours after the polls closed la., the
I Retarded Citizens,'Tuesday, Nov. Newberry field goal.: House of Representatives, the in, east. c c
.15, in the new Sunshine Industries LB Bill Hamilton is cumbent; Republican Chance Irvine
building in Enterprise Park. Hours tight with Jenkins. k } 'x received 46 percent of the total U.S.:'Representative...'
to 3 Lunch will be. .... ': : i,*
ll:30a: m. pm. ., votes Bradford '
See Pages 9-1OA for cast by' voters. Bradford County voters had no
served. sports stories. Democrat challenger' Gerald:' in Bill Grant to'I
problem returning
Later in the afternoon, from 5:30: ... Guswiler out-polled Irvine 1,492 to
the U.S. congressional seat giving'
to 7 p.m., a Business Mixer will be '. in
1,378 predominately him 4,268 votes to 69 write-in votes
',;" held in the same facility, with ,Democratic county for Dennis Prescott. Prescott pickedup

';, refreshments being served. ,' ( District wide Rep. ''Irvine won the majority of his votes in the
67-33? polling 25,667 votes' to, Reno precinct

'Christmas -- Guswiler s 12,801. Irvine won Clay
Bazaar... ;
; Co, 25,554 to 10,613, St.Johns 1,735 to Judicial...

The third annual Christmas 696, The of two Justices of the''
.,. names
Bazaar of Bradford Aux- \-
Hospital "
Supreme Court, and three judges in
illiary is set Friday, Nov.ll at is New Sheriffby In the District 13 race for the' i'the. District Court of Appeals were
i,"', Bradford Hospital, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Etheridge House of Representatives, incum- on the ballot for retention or rejec
lg.\ Lunch will be served between 11 bent Democrat George Crady buried
i;: 'a,m. 'and 2 p.m.;offering sand- Republican challenger John ''J. tion.Bradford voters'
County were con-
, wiches and chili. Crafts will be on votes than Milner records show 733 sheriff of Bradford County'came to ,Swanson 2,674 to 877 in Bradford. sistent for the 5 officers
:sale. The public is invited. Buster Rahn 'voters, 10.32 percent did not vote in an end this year when Etheridge Rep. Crady has been especially I each in voting approximately 62 ,' !
BCT Staff Writer the sheriff's race. ", I defeated incumbent Dolph Reddishin 'popular with the Department of Core, giving affirmative votes. There percent
Kenneth Etheridge. : veteran Elections Supervisor Neva Flynn I the, second primary. Former rections ,employees and their hard of is
Flu Vaccine.. highway patrolman, won the Bradford ', reports the county has 8,658 eligibleVoters Deputy Sheriff .Glenn Moore ,was' families as well as other Bradford I however evident., a' core negative.
County race' for sheriff. to the eliminated in the first ,votes ,
Bradford Health : with 7,104 going polls primary County voters." Eaeh candidate received between
County Depart defeating Republican Candidate Bob an 82 percent turn-out\ However on Sheriff Dolph Reddish,who served Crady' won 69-31? in Dist.. 13, or and ,"No" while
',. ment has received a limited supply Milner by 469 votes, 53.68 percent to: ly ,voted in the sheriff's race. 16 years in office, succeeded his 17,947 to 7,884. In Duval County he 1,753 1,840 votes '
: of flu vaccine, which should be. 46.32 father the late P.D who' receiving' between 2,807.and 2,995"Yes"
percent. Reddish ,won 1,296 to 1,017, in Nassau 8,442 to '
,, ,. given during November. (Totals do not include 573 absentee Etheridge, the Democrat standard was erected in 1948\ and served 24 '4,168, in Baker 3,821 to 1,911, in votes. ot'Bradford ;
'on than third
The vaccine will be one
ballots bearer Carried the predominately
) 'years, establishing a 40 year dynasty Union 1,714 to 631.,
Tuesday and Wednesday after-, less' black 723 to 319 County voters; 35 percent did not
The, victory by Etheridge is precincts picking up The two races' indicate Bradfordvoters
, noons, 1-5 p.m. Call ph. 964-7732 for than a landslide, even though 404 votes essentially the difference Milner said Etheridge ran a 'are crossing party lines to vote In the judicial races, since few
in' the were acquainted -
.. more information: outnumber ''between the totals of the two candidates -'' clean people county
Democrats Republicansin 'good, campaign, and con- vote for individuals, rather than with the names of the In-
Upcoming... the county about 8 to 1. Although ,' gratulated him on winning the election adhearing to party labels cumbents.. -
o.. -- Etheridge polled 7.36 percent more The, 40-year, Reddish reign as .. :
:'. The I Bradford County Parent
Education Committee will present

; the second in its series of programs Bradford. Vote :'
', :" aimed at developing better relations Waters Retains District 5 Commission Seat. '
.: within the family at 7 to 9 p.m., Monday -: ,At, A.
Nov. 14, at the Starke piemen-\ Proildontlol Racat
tary School Cafeteria by Buster Rahn of the votes'cast, to 33.46 percent for members at-large.\! The trend is now cent. Holtzendorf ran better in the lush-ouayla, ;. . . . .42K
The speaker will be Joanne BCT Staff Writer Holtzendorf. being reversed In order to improve county-wide race four years ago, ,Du..o..I..n.t.n.. .,, :. ... .. .2.316.
,: ., Scaturro. who holds a Masters of Democratic Incumbent Commis- Bradford County voted by districts black' representation on county than in the Current, districtwiderace : ," .
Social Work' degree from Florida sioner Wilbur Waters proved to be for county commissioners this year,] boards, with many counties return- since the ratio of Republicans' U.S., Sonatot ,: .

,State University and has met with the best vote getter again this year, for the first time in about 40 years. ing Jo district voting. was higher in SE Bradford County Connla' Mack . ..4,4.: '.,. .2.40
, great success on the numerous occasions winning the District 5 commission Most Florida Counties abandoned Four years ago the same two can- than in Dist. 5. In the interim four Buddy MacKay. . .. ', . ..3.7"_
where she has presented this seat 871 to 438 over Republican Candistrict voting in the late 1940's or didates squared off, running county- 'years,> Republican registration has. _- :
program.. She is currently in the, didate Ben HoltzendorL early 50's. and began electing com- wide. In that race Waters won 3.801 increased from 723, to l,087'1n the U.S.Houta. Dli..Zi ',

Children, Youth and'' Family The win gave Waters 66.54 percent missioners and school board to 2,351, splitting the vote 63-37 per- county. sill Grant . . .i, I"r..4,26*

". > ', Development Center at the Wrlta-lni' . . ... ->..',< . 69
\ Tallahassee Community College. Sr
f Ms. Scaturro has requested that is for Secretary of States i""
If ,. parents bring their children to this Friday Parents. Night Cheerleaders, Band and Players Jim Smith.. ...... .'!'I.;',,>,. ,:.3.713

program since they will be included. Tom *. Mooro. . .. ;:,i. ', .273
BUS senior football players, Band will be competing in the Majorettes: Renee Hewett Karen Deanna Huffman, Chery L. Moss ;
will be offeredfor Allison' Aimee Carla Stephens, MaDonna 'Tyler, ((": '
I Free babysitting cheerleaders, band members and Sunbelt Marching Championships at Morgan. Archey, Slot Traaiurart
I the children too young to attend their parents will be recognized during Moultrie, Georgia this Saturday, Ferguson, Beth McKinney Carmen Tushina VanZant. Tom Gallagh.r. .I?:\,''> 3.230
1' the program. pre-game events at 7:30 p.m. at Nov., 12. Twenty-three bands from Barber Christina Bath. Drums: Jennifer Dodge, Kenny K.n J.nn..,. ... ?. ,. ... .... .. .3233.
I,' the final home football game tomorrow Florida, Georgia and Alabama have Jazz dancers: Kristi Ball, Shere" Clark, Mike Stoneman, Josh Bula. .' '
I, r' .. (Friday, Nov. 11), entered. Bradford is set to performat Brown, Barbara Delestre Emily" State Hou.:DI... Ill ,: '
;:;; Bradford County During half-time oven' 275 Bradford 3 p.m.The Lee.Aimee Hodges Bridget Holder! (See Band..P.3A Rap.Chanca Irvin.. .. ., ... ". .1.371
1 I.r County band students will award-winning contest pro Garald Gu.wil.r..i. ;. .. .1.492
I.... Voting Precinct't march in a combined band, presenting gram by the BUS band can be seen -
t, Locations a which will include. Friday night after the Nease football Pecan Auctions SetPecan Stata Hauta, 01... 21)) .
' (,. ,r the Fight program Song and a Spanish march, game. The opener is' Mark Taylor's John J. Swanaan .. .... .. .. .. .. .77
i:' _1 L..rtey v. P. Depe.. Trocadero. Scream Machine. It is followed by auctions in Starke again In order to expedite movement of Rap. Gaoga Crady ....,i I''P. .: .274
'2 A Lawtay VoL P. Dopt.2B feature. Billy Joel's will enable area producersto through the system. Allen
. Vol. P. Dcpl. Directors are Lee Burdett at the percussion this year pecans
: N301 Lawtey Community School, Dirk ,Root Beer Rag and Irving Berlin'sAlexalder' sell their nuts in a market governed advises each producer to follow the Bradford SharlHt
,,,> 3A BC A Bldg..
; ( . . . . .
demand. .3.175
I' : -3B BC Ag. BMg.. N301 Schmidt at Hampton Elementaryand Ragtlmf Band. The by quality, supply and established outline; lob Mllnar.
t ';, -4 BC Rood Depe. Hd i "' I .-SA BC Public Library Browlee at BMS, and Buddy Ball at and Hammerstein'sCarouser. State Farmer's Market announced ween 8-noon, the day of the sale. I'
,\iry -SB BC .Public Library Bradford High School. Schmidt and three Thursday sale dates N6v. 17, The sale will begin at p.m. each Co. Commission, Dlit. Si r ,
1 *6A Buckley M. 121B Brownlee are also assistants at BUS. Members of the band by .Instrument Dec. 8 and 22, to be held at the sale day. Ban Holfi.ndor ,,W! ,,.,. .491

"11's.I ', --7'' Heodilul.Buckley. .Fd PbM 225f"'L Street The Spirit of Bradford Marching are: Farmer's Market on US-301N. Wilbur Watar, . ::... .... . ,'27

I;,:I"., .. a$A Pratt Street Hoe. Bldg.
1 1:1', .,," '-$B Pratt 84reot Hoe. Bldg.. County' Commission, District 5:
tl.., 'Y.: -.A SS Flan School Cafe Precinct 68 12A 12B 13 14 1$ AB.Total
,''. ;' ,; ,.J ,' -9S SSEIeak School CkfeC '
B n i.ndorf 60 .1' 186 100 91 60 53 491
f,, 'j" 10A RaMCBntar Sheriff
( Precinct:
\ DistrJctR9ce by '
\ I."i.: ; !.',,' IOB Faith Pr-lurch :, Wilbur. W rotor 85 53 194 156 1 148 235 56 927. ,
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' ?1\. -1JB ''lot ..r....'a.. I!.Cell Pr.clncti 1 2A 28 3A 3B -4 5A SB :6A 68 7 8A :88 "9A 9B 10A lOB 11 12A 128" 13' 14 15 16 'Ab. ,Total
\ -IJ TerwlUqiw Motora
-14 N.uoealCuardArm.r7 Sh.rlffs
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-!. SS Brookwdlyllmll Qaa. School Cat.... Kenneth Eth.rldg. 254 61 '237 67 54 285 177 44 73 81 294 112' 55 "97 109 213 194 268 64 ,192 128 131 186 44 303 3,723

Bob Mlr"e 220 51 126 89 63 '304 196 48 91 67 99 148 106 90 106 296 123 193 35 94 124 108 116 53 224 3,175i'



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Page 2A' TELEGRAPII November to,,1988

Bradford Voters Follow Statewide Trends on ,Ammendments

Bradford County voters rejected a ,Bradford voters also overwhelm Legislature and the Executive day's, election! voters placed the iect: impeachment by the tax exemption to widowers as well
$]00,000 cap on "pain and suffering"in ingly approved Amendment 11 Branch of state government,as it stamp of approval on all but two pro- Legislature: 3,734 for, 1,874 against.No. as widows: 4,384 for, 1,274 against.
Tuesday's General Election,adding making English the official( already applies to other state, county posals. 2- Giving victims of crime the No. Transferring review of taxation -
:its 3,411 I'No" votes to those of a language of Florida, backing the and city officials. By a resounding Amendments No.7 and 10 were only ,right to be present and heard at and budgetary matters to anew '
majority of Floridians who sided statewide approval- 86 percent for. 4,317 to 658, Bradford voters ap- ones voted down. Bradford voters crucial stages of criminal Taxation and Budget Reform
with lawyers in the most controversial to 14 percent against based on incomplete proved extension of the Sunshine also agreed with the statewide ceedings: 4,990 for, 696 against.pro- Commission; 2,351 for,',70s against
issue on the ticket. returns The vote here was Law to Include the Legislature. negative vote on No.7,which would No. 3-
Giving tax relief to
Siding with the medical profession 4,768 for' Amendment, 11, and 742 Statewide voting: Tuesday broke have extended the terms of county owners of land that : No. Authorizing Legislature to
which sought the cap in the against. with the tendency in recent years to judges from the present four yearsto water into Florida acquifers helps recharge establish a civil traffic hearing officer
belief,that it would result in lower Overwhelming support was also vote against the majority of amend- six years. The Bradford vote was for, 2,586 against. : 2,627 system r 3,569 for,1,936 agalns.
rates for malpractice liability in- given by Bradford voters to a straw' ments pro, ed. Some state leaders 1,597 for extending. and 3,963 No. Authorizing the Legislature
surance were 2,639 Bradford voters.StatewicSe Ballot asking voters to express their object to cluttering up" the Con- ,against. to issue bonds for bridges and road No: 9Creation of a Departmentof
the vote incomplete( ) was opinion concerning anjextension! of stitution with issues of minor importance On other proposals the county vote rights-of-waysi 1 2,833 for, 2,475 Veteran Affairs and a Department
56 percent against the cap, and 44 Florida's Sunshine"Law for open saying they should be decidedby was: against.No. of Elderly Affairs '3,629 for,
percent in favor meetings.to Jm nf nl! the legislature However, In Tues- Nc;.};Making county judges sub- Extending> $500 property 1,936 against

I Local American Lesion Plans, Big Veterans Pay Celebration', I

The American Legion Post No' 56, There are over 2,8 million American Legion Posts spent more Commander Gierke's goal this ty largely due'to efforts and supportof Yet-to-be-built is a Korean War
has scheduled a Veterans Day members In the American Legion than $35 million on children and year is to increase Legion membership the American Legion. The 58,156' Memorial and a Vietnam Women's
breakfast at the Post Home on Ed- worldwide, in about 16,000 Posts youth programs!, he said. to 3million members.The Memorial, long overdue, and expected I
ward's Road,' Friday morning "'"All veterans,regardless of the war Vietnam Veterans MemorialIn American heroes whose names are to be dedicated In 1989 according
November 11 The breakfast has' in which they served, share a com- l Heroes Remembered.... Washington D.C, became a reali- inscribed there will not be forgotten.noon. to Commander Gierke.
become a, tradition at the Legion' mon bond. We have each pledged to
Post, and all veterans, families and our comrades, both living and dead,
friends are welcome, There Is no that they will not be forgotten, ncr Special Election Set Jan. 24 by City I Iby
charge for breakfast.:Come and en- will America forget the sacrifices ,
joy fellowship with' other'' veterans they made." said National Com ., -
and friends. mander H F, "Sparky" Gierke in a' Buster Kahn to appoint Wiggins to full chief, he tive. _
The breakfast ''will start at 7:30: letter to Post No. 56 Commander BCT Staff Writer resigned effective Nov.4, setting the The special election will providefor In a recent workshop, attended by
,and continue through 9'a.m. Eggs Charlie Schaefer Starke City Clerk Neil Tucker said stage for an election. city electors to approve or reject 65-70 Wiggins supporters almost
with sausage and ,bacon, grits, he has tentatively set a special city 'The. tentative date was set by making the chief of police appointive everyone present, including Chief
'creamed chipped beef on toast, Youth Programs... election for Tuesday.January 24, to Clerk Tucker in his capacity as according to the motion settingup Wiggins expressed apprpval; of
'biscuits and (gravy are featured; "While we are concerned about fill the unexpired term offormer supervisor of city elections, but he the election,< by Commissioner'' minimum police standards for the
coffee and doughnuts will be ,America's veterans, we also care Chief Jimmy Bowen, who resignedand will ask the city commission to con' Charles Schaefer in the Nov 1 city chief's' position. The vote was not
available until the memorial serfvices about America's children firm date at its next '
Gierke retired effective October 4. the regular' council meeting. ,
at the Veteran's Memorial gun?, ,continued. "Legionnaires working in ,Chief Bowen was suspended Aug. ,,meeting, Tuesday Nov. 15. a Clerk Tucker said Schaefer is expected -,
mount at Walnut St. and U.S,.,,301. thousands of and dates which also' to amend his motion in the : but it commissionersan
i towns cities nation 18, and was succeeded by H.F. Wig Qualifying are binding gave
At 11:00, of the eleventh day of the wide have turned our concerns into gins, filling an appointment by the tentative until approved by commissioners next meeting, to require the chief of opportunity to determine how''
'eleventh month, the hour of the sign- positive programs aimed, at the city commission, as acting chief qf, will be Monday Dec. 5 police to meet minimum police stan' residents felt 'about requiring'q '

ing War of I in the 1917 Armistice the group to will end move World to 'wholesome young people,development" of ;our ,police., When.c commissioners failed, ,through ,Friday, Dec:, 9,, noon, .to dards., if, the postion remains elec-(, lijed persons! filling the position,

the Veteran's Memorial for the
:ing of wreaths ceremony, in honor of Posts In 1968. alone/American Legion March of \
,all Veterans of all wars. baseball sponsored teams; more sponsored than 4,000 more Dimes Launches Anniversary ive I
Guest speaker for this' occasionwill
than 52,000 Boy Scouts:, sent 28,000
be Mr, Jim Delzell, former
'prisoner of war The public is invited young men than to Boy's State; awarded Bradford County will'"launch":' Its ,helium-filled' balloons for release launch of the local campaign, 'says The statewide goal Is $t per student
and urged to attend this memorial more $2 million in scholarships 50th anniversary campaign for the' during the ,halftime introduction of Bradford County Drive Chairman among participating schools.
service for all veterans, both. living, ; and sponsored 5,300 high March of' Dimes tomorrow night the local ambassador for the Marchof Evelyn Chastain,. a Bradford school Every Bradford County elementary
and dead, school students who spoke about the (Friday, Nov. 11) during the half. Dimes, Vollie Browning, 7, son of board member. school and the middle school have
U,S. Constitution in Oratorical Con' time performance at. the ,BHS vs. 'Kathy and Stewart Browning? State Chairman of the Florida elected to participate. The local goalis .
,.A Common Bond..., 'tests,' according to the ,National ,Nease football game. Starke. Volhe is a student of Mrs. "March to Disney" is Florida Commissioner -' $3,055 says Ms. Chastam. ,
,Commander, During this past year BHS Student Government'members .Willie Mae Randolph at Starke lof Education Betty' Dime envelopes will be distributedto

',will be 'selling 25- ent ..Elementary.:,This marks the official Castor, every student during the week,


WortJi Doting\

Education Day....

National Community Education
Day,will be observed Tuesday
Nov. 15 at the Bradford-Union
Vocational Technical Center Canv .. "
pus, beginning at 2 p.m., with the .'
Bradford Middle School Band pert, ,',
An open house will be held 7-8 ,
'p,m. at the Vocational Technical
Center, with everyone invited%

Legal Assistance.,. ,
'' '
b Effective immediately, all per Qty' .'t. '
sons seeking assistance from Three'"' "' :'f: .
Rivers Legal Service Inc.:must
contact the Gainesville Office, ph. r
372.() >*to schedule appointments.
New clients can no longer be seen
on a "walk-on', basis: 'I '

Veteran's. pay... .
the American Legion Post 56 invites ,
the public to a Veteran's Day
service at the Veteran's Memorialon
S. Walnut St. and US-301 Friday '89 JEEP CHEROKEE '89 JEEP WRANGLER*
Nov. 11, at 11 a,m. f
A free breakfast will be served at 1; Auto. 6'Cyl... Air Hunter Special13,85O
the home Edwards Road
post on r
'from 7:30: to 9 a.m.j followed by a Was Sp-rU.Jyi'i $ '
social hour with doughnuts, .and coffee :6:9,535'
until it a.m. #011 NOW

Blood Drive... ; '89 GRAND WAGONEER '89, EAGLE PREMIER ES* .

The Bloodmobile will be in
Starke, Monday Nov. 14;9 a.m. to" LTD Loaded. Loaded All there Is In luxury
'6 p.m., collecting blood for use in

the local be located area, The at the Bloodmobilewill Bradford 0$22 958 03 x$15 954'

High School, Bradford Hospital and
the Winn-Dixie Plaza' I An All American Veteran of WWII.
Persons donating blood will t Korea & Vietnam 1989 Chrysler
receive cholesterol screenings and. On Permanent
Display In the
coupon books, good for' "buy, one, 'r Smithsonian* Institution Cited by. New Yorker*

"get' one free" items. the Army as the most versatile & Landau Loaded r Leather I,.

.Book, Fair...... -- useful vehicle in WWII #017 /

Bradford Middle School Media ,1989 "89 Dodge Caravan'' Was i
Center will hold a :"book fair" the $33,001
week of Nov, 11-17, in the school : .SE'Grand*
library. A wide variety of #O56..
children's books will be available. Auto.V-6. ? 4
Hours, 8:30 am, to 3 p.m. : ES Locks Air 2O,248

The public is ;invited. 059. Dlack & Silver $lXn; : $1,5, 932

Catfish Dinner.,.. Was,.$.10069- '89 :Dodge ;4x4"Full

The Elks Lodge on N.,TempleAve 'r i Size V-S.; Air;Auto
Now$11,95O -
will hold a fund raiser for \
#03S Was $
Harry Anna Children's Holspital Tax. Tag.
Saturday Nov. 19, noon to 4 p.m. Dealer Installed .

Catfish$3.50 each.dinners will be featuredat Options,Net Rebate. $'13:995: _

UMW Bazaar... '
The United Methodist Women of 84 CHEV.' MONTE ,'87'SUZUKI'SAMURAI, '86 BRONCO H'4X4, ,'85 OLDS CALAIS '
the United Methodist Churchof CARLO CLV8. I
Starke will hold its annual Auto. Air, 4x4- TwO to Choose From COUPE SUPREME f '.
Power Scats
bazaar in Fellowship Hall, Wednesdays Windows< $ Ci f\fd Extra Loaded :$
Nov. 16, 4.8 p.m., and Thursday 0 0 Clean. $5995 Mum $9995' ; 995'
Nov. 17, 9 a.m, to <2 I p,m.Crafts 82M3. New ,,
baked !items, canned
goods, gifts and treasures will be '
on 84 CHEVY 010
Soup and sandwiches are on the DAKOTA FLEETWOOD BRGM. ,
menu for Thursday noon, for a .

small donation. Fully Loaded; 12,8OO, $s 3.OOO Step de.,$ '
7,995 AT. VACoreL-
Drug Awarness ; Miles 21,900 ,5,995TERWILLEGAR '

Meeting Set in RenoA
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narcotics anonymous awarness
program is /set at 6:30: p.m.Sunday
Nov. 13, in the RJE gym: on Pine
Street in the Reno Section of Starke..
The program Is to introduce a : .
weekly' meeting of narcotics'' .. .
anonymous program, being startedto
help ,drug addicts in the immediate .. It h Q Chrysler Plymouth Dodge .' Dodge Trucks ,,,
and surrounding area and
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November 10, 1088 TKI.EGRAPII Pge3A

UCAP Concert in 'Waldo Suffers From Poor Attendenceby "

Brenda Bawek, Curve in Union County. Artist Pateh 'PKoenix was in the movies Stand'By said Sunday. others fighting against toxic wasteto game, the county fair'or clean air '
VF Student JournalistAn Parsons produced. the benefit con- Me, The Mosquito Coast and Running Klein said lack of advertising and "speak now or forever hold t your and water?" Parsons asked. "It \\t
effort to raise money to fight a cert.At On Empty, other events during the weekend breath,'' Carter said. shows where priorities are." '1.
toxic waste incinerator here turned noon Saturday there were four 20 bands volunteered to perform. prevented;l people from attending the "If it doesn't work out (the toxic The money UCAP raises will pay ,
Into a loss because of low attendance 'adults and three children at the Dix- Linda Klein, assistant treasurer concert. waste Incinerator) the company will for an administrative hearing in
''this past weekend despite volunteer ieland Music Park in Waldo wat-. for UCAP said the concert lost As many people as possible needto take their money and leave and the Jacksonville scheduled for Dec. 5-16v
performers. ching the first band, J. L. Wilkinson money because of insurance and speak out against the toxic waste people of Union County will have a said Dean Traylor a landscape con- y
United Citizens Against Pollution Bluegrass. At 9 p.m. Saturday there sound costs. incinerator, said Clay Carter legacy ''of toxiC' contamination," tractor and Bradford County resident ?
(UCAP) organized the two-day were about 20 people watching "From the standpoint of the performers regional organizer for Citizens Carter said.Parsons who is on the UCAP board of 1
music concert at Dixieland Music Pateh and the Spring Band. we've' had so much par Clearinghouse for Hazardous Waste producer of the concert:: directors.He '
Park at Waldo. At 5 p.m. Sunday there were about ticipation," Klein said. "They have based in Alabama. was asked about the lack of people was asked it Bradford County I
UCAP is a group of Bradford and 50 people watching one of the last been playing their hearts out." Emelle, Ala., contains the largest attending the concert. residents could make a difference in' ."t
Union County residents opposing a bands Broomstick Rhythm with "It s real sad that there weren't landfill for toxic wastes in the country "What s more important, the the fight for Union County .1
lead singer and to it '* Klein Residents of Emelle advise festival the Gator "They have to," Traylor said"
.toxic waste incinerator at Ellerbee actor River Phoenix. more spectators enjoy : Micanopy art "

I Bradford Hi-Q Team on Roll, Gets Big Win Over Crescent CityA !:I

42-10 scoring binge at the end of over the poor percentage on bonus questions which he responded. their 'best guns' for: the mau:n." ''season record at 2-2. "harping on them all season about
the first half ignited the Bradford questions. The varsity was only 8 of The JV struggled with the ques- : If your club or organization wishesto Michael Becker got the!varsity untracked scoring: a high percentage on bonus''
High High-Q team which posted a 16 on the 10-polnt bonus questions. tion: "Who was Theodore compete with' the High-Q with correct responses to questions. By answering 13 of 17 \
161-120 win over Crescent City in a The varsity was queried on "In Roosevelt's niece who later became academic team; contact Coach three questions during the first half possible bonuses Nov. J, the varsity ;
Tuesday, Nov. 8, match in the BHS 'Hamlet,"what was the name of the First Lady?" Answer: Eleanor Crawford or Principal Charles Fran- Captain Shawna Blom and Kevin may well have solved that "
media center. deceased Jester of the murdered Roosevelt. cis.The Krack responded to the sophotnore's problem." :,
The third straight win puts BHS at king of Denmark?",Answer: Yorick.. High-Q team meets ,an old intellectual challenge by Joining the The JV answered only of 9 bonus, V I
3-2 for the season. The JV team is Upcoming.,., nemesis, Interlachen High, Tucs scoring parade and exploding to a questions\ in its match; but, it must' .
50. BHS beat Palatka last week; see JV Still Undefeated... Next Tuesday,Nov. 15. the varsity day, Nov. 22. The next home match ,135-44?. alftime lead. be remembered that the JV .could\= "
details below. The JV High-Q'ers bolted to a 45-10 High-Q team will match wits with will be Tuesday, Nov.. 29, against The undefeated junior varsity play as many as five rookes in its
Junior Kevin Krack keyed the vic- halftime lead and went on to defeat the Kiwanis Club in an exhibition Clay High in the BUS media center. High-Q team won 9680. Although it matches. .
tory over Crescent City, correctly Crescent City 95-40 to keep their, match during the club's weekly'' was nip and tuck all the way: the JV "
answering on 8 of 11 questions. Captain Unbeaten record intact. meeting. Palatka Match... only trailed once during the match. Crawford added the varsity "...is t
Shawna Blom correctly The JV is now 50.V According to Coach'Crawford, 'The BHS High-Q varsity academic' According to Coach''- .Stanley looking more like a team every day. ,
answered 8 of 19 questions. Sophomore Patrick Hurst was "The varsity always looks forward team scored over 200 points for the,, Crawford, the varsity's main pro- 'They want a return trip to the state J
Although the varsity won. Coach 6-for-10 to lead the JV. J V Captain to this match. And apparently, so do first time this season,' defeating blem has 'been'answering bonus tournament and they know that only )
, Stanley Crawford still lamented, Joel Caren was correct on 3 of 4The the.Kiwanlans, since they bring out Palatka 219-96 Nov. 1, to even its ,questions. Crawford said he's been comes by posting a winning season, i

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x from page 1A'fcurny Vareska. Roberts, Zellouise Montgomery.. ;April Dicandio, Sherri Mann, Bran: ,
r ord, Mark Harden,, Craig French horns:! Karen Hodges, .Clarinets: Melinda Powell,Debbie 'dy Ross Kristen. ',Sapp, )renda, :
Slocum, Chris Thompson. Steven Thornton, Joel Caren, Tim Browning, Kim Johnson, Dee'' Dee Williams; \ t(
Mallets: Micki Becker KristenPfenniger Gowens, Metina Smith. Cox Jennifer Crawford Michelle r rI
Danielle, Smith, James Trombones: Paul Coleman, Karen Sapp, Misty Crawford Kelly Ann' I
Smith Black, Ron Wishart, Johnnie Duncan, Shannon Elloitt, Jeanette j
The band under the direction of ,
Trumpets: Jim Quiette Bill Starling Frampton, Mary Coleman, Matt Fairfield, ''Gia Grlggs; Andrea ;
Charles Ball with James
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Kevin Boone, Brian Canoya, Eunice, Matthew Martin. Hewett, Deanna Holiday, Brenda Buddy Dirk Schmidt :
Scott Durban, Jason Morin, Billy Tubas: John, Loper, Lori Starling, Kemp, Sharon Konkel, Sonja Nor Brownlee and Otherinstructors as \;
Stephens, Josh Walters, Janice Sean Jones. man, peen Parker, Pam Patter assistants. ',are ,
Donna Parado, jazz dancers, and ',
I Davie Michael McKinney, Blake. Saxophones: Mike McElroy, Joel :"
Thomas,, ,Mike Tierney, Hollie ,Jacobson, Lonnie Adkins, David son.Flutes: Kim Lee; 'Leslie >Banks Tammy McCarthy, majorettes:: ,;

National Co'mmunitY'jEd' Day' To ,Be Observed, ,Here, I

Decorating,' ''Computer.iducation' Adults, Child' Care Certification Square Dancing. Prep Classes'for/ '
Bradford County will observe Na
tlonal Community''Education Day, Landscaping for Fun, ParentingChildbirth Hunting Safety;. Volunteer fire' SAT and ACT, School Bus Driving .
Tuesday, Nov.,. 15, according to "Ethnic" Cooking, Fighters, CPR/First Aid "55 Alive" Additional courses 'may be of: I
Charles Thomas Coordinator ''of Ssummer' Swimming Program, .:Senior Citizen Defensive Driving, f fared, if the public desires them,
Community EducationFestivities Physical! Education Classes, for 'The; ,Medical Explorers, ,Group,. Thomas,says
,.. will be held-'at 'the ,

iI Bradford-Union Technical-Center at 2 p.m with Area the Campus Bradford Vocational beginning Mid--' WE DELIVER '

j; die open School house will Band be held performing.in the evening .An. VALUE.', .'.. PLAQ f: :19aatCM..3.290&.&&j

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.1 Open House/Chamber Mixer Scheduled Nov. 15 'Thomas says 'Community Education Value OurCUSTOMERS-
reflects the' belief that learning
Chamber Mixer and Open The Open House ((11:30-3 p.m.) never ends for any of us, and that !
House will be held on Tuesday, Nov..: will feature tours,' lunch and community I self-help efforts foster
15 at the new Sunshine Industries refreshments in addition to seeing human dignity; compassion and trscansas
The Open?,House will be held front the program in operation. EveryoneIs 'pride.. Thai aim of Community, PRICES BEGIN .THURSDAY.' errs
Ili3: < .fD 3 p.m., with the Business invited. Door prizes: will be given Education is to offer everyone in the NOV.jlOTH. THRU
Mixes tlwsJr. I 5:30-7 p.m. out hourly. H ...t -community an!W>Ortuo1ty tfar-abet-, .. ''
ThevSewfJsunshlne Industriesfacilities WEDNESDAY 16TH.:, {
The Business Mixer.( i:30-7 p.m.)1* ter life through education.
is located in EnterprisePark will provide business people an opportunity Bradford-Union Vo-Tech offers
on SR 100 East, next to WEAG to see the new facility. courses in Amateur Radio (novice
Radio Station. Refreshments and door prizes will license course), Small' Engine, s Boccten'sEogNogj "L''w" rt
Bradford Association for Retarded be available. Repair Flower Arranging l. Cake ANO FkHschmann's Gin ra.. T1...
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4TELEGRAPH, November 10, 11188

'j I,, ;." ;"I' ',; ans+'w.orrrsvs ..rcrwnnv.nvWiry rW.- s'P '',{:, I, '''Ort"80th" Birthday, Guy Andrews' ---

r Still Has Plans for''' the ,

Guy Andrews was honored on his 80th
i birthday by some 200 persona who bought
tickets to the Oct. 30 event at the Starke

_GoU & Country Club

Andrews, stole the1' show however by
voTER telling the crowd he still has plans and
AY lloyb wants to keep on working for the good of

PUKE S(- Jhe community. <

NO.HES NO "I plan to continue making some
NES NO HES NO HE'S NO HE'S dollars," said Andrews in a speech after

RONALD BETTER being honored. Andrews wants a more efficient
1 government,, plans to continue his
KENNEDY TRUMAN REAGAN OFF,,,,, efforts to help the Starke Center of Santa
and be will
Fe Community College con-
(Courtciy of III*Oaln.. /CII.Sun) tinue to vote Democratic. He also wants to

have the Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Center .'
come under the control of SFCC. "Then "
''we'd truly have a community college ,':' :...,,\\,
which could train young people for jobs j I ...."',:.
etJiTORiALs available here." he said. "Ooh," cooed the \, "',"

audience.The .
expansion of the golf course to 18
holes was another goal Andrews express- I

ed. "It he's behind it,, it'll happen, one
,Polls Pundits, and 'News Bites"Are man said.
His final goal listed is a consolidated
Election Processit government for the county. 'Aaah.',' said ,
,Dictating the crowd. "The economy demands it," he ..
added. J" s1'1oCf
Andrews is' back to the community
any lesson' is to be learned from' voting booth.are_ asked how they voted. which paid giving for his college'education ..

Tuesday's election, it is,that political These results are then televised from; back in the early 1930's the Depressiondays .w

polls have taken on a life.of their own. the eastern states to the West Coast, andif when money, was almost non
They have become ,a self-fulfilling existent. The county commission of that
the "exit poll" projects' that a par day first voted to discontinue the scholarship '
to Americans make
threat trying to an
ticular candidate is winning, or has because of the lack of money. But Symbolic Hat
intelligent choice of candidates', on the already won, voters in the west might Guy Andrews said he stayed awake allnight
basis facts rather than' Topping off a' half of
of fluctuating Ii to get the'$300, century
not even take the trouble to vote.
figures that are often misleading and s, scholarship reinstatl He got his friend, service Andrews to the Democratic party, r'M

foster false, conclusions.The Campaign'FinancingThis Marklee Johns,a state senator of the time, Democrat Is of presented Bradford a "Mr.' + -
County"hat '
the commission about
election also tells us ,something election has also pointed up the, to reinstating approach the: scholarship which he'd by long-time friend Gene ; N

rtbout needed reforms in our election need for reform in' the matter of cam won. He also worked on his uncle, Drew ,Matthews. ,,"

':-ocess; where obscene amounts 'of paign financing. The exhorbitant Reddish, a County Commission of that :/
in Presidential amounts each period, who was absent at the meeting
'Money are spent, cam- being spent by presidential
where the scholarship was' cancelled. "I ':, ,\
..aigns, as well as the campaigns for' candidateprobably near $100 ,
told him to be sure to attend the next "
Congress; million eachare ,degrading to the, meeting," Andrews said. They got the : '.I"" :"J

Some foreign countries, including country, as well as pie candidates, who scholarship reinstated, enabling Andrews; 'At Right:! ,
\ PAC (Political Action Committee raised on a farm in New River, to go\>>to the head '
'a nee, do not allow'the use of newspa- accept of Florida.In Guy and Belts ,Andrews
) from special interests as' University t home after party with armful of
i per or television-conducted polls in the' money' the years since, Guy Andrews has -
final weeks of an election campaign in well as $40 million each in matching made millions in the construction trophies and awards. ) .

the belief, that :such polls unfairly in- Federal funds. This latter money is paid. business, and says he's paying the com-
'U nce election results., by "we; the people'":...- thtaxpayers" at is, the munity back for this education. For exam-)' .
pie, Andrews gave some $850,000 to turn \
Pollsters and analysts, who are guid-: the old 1902 courthouse into. the Starke:
I***. ,them, do not agree, of course... The influence of 'this inordinate Center for SFCC. < '
.;;is their bread and butter* amount of PAC money threatens to take Few people believed that could be done,
but the SFCC Starke Center now has 378
the voters' faith in their elected
The polls, in themselves might not be away students who occupy 800 seats in 47 different
''amaging, but the results they relay, officials; and has led to labeling our classes Dr' Bernie McFadden,

nether accurate or, inaccurate, im-' Congress as "the best. that, money, can SFCC, Starke 'Center director 'told the

mediately set up a chain reaction buy. crowd.Andews sponsors some 30 scholarshipsto ,

"',,ing, the ''media, always eager for the college. Two local SFCC scholarship

ishy news bites, and always alert to Public Resentful recipients now at the ,University of

pile on underdog and predict his or The'', general dissatisfaction of ( Florida, Heather O'Steen and Paul Muse,
her defeat instead of ''American expressed their appreciation at the birth-
offering a fighting voters with the quality of the ,

'chance to.turn things around,The polls, 1988 election campaign is shown by the dayparty."Many see life as it Is and ask why, Guy
therefore, dictate and ,color, the news fact that approximately half of those Andrews has dreams and replies, why
coverage that a candidate receives who could and should have gone to the not?" Shirley (Mrs. La von) Andrews, Guy P ,4qot

Polls polls' to cast their votes failed to do so. Andrews' first cousin by marriage, said.
Shape News, Bites'j j, "The real worth of a man is not 'in
Voters turned off
Walt were undoubtedly by himself alone, bat in that which he comes'to
Belcher television
a reporterand the negative campaigning and the stand for. Guy Andrews stands for integrity : (
sometimes critic,; says that TV failure of the candidates to fully exploreand and he stands for compassion; to his ,
newsmen in the last weeks of the cam discuss the issues in depth. For in- ,,fellow man" Ms. Andrews said. pr-.I''i

paign shaped Michael Dukakis's imageas' stance, one of the greatest threats to the' She described Guy as a man of purpose '

a loser, and reinforced George Bushas well being of our nation, now and in the who is not deterred front his his purpose, andwho
goals. ,
constantly pursues
a winner. Whether intentional or not
futurethe dreaded disease, Aids- t.o Guy Andrews "...has had trying times., i ii
Belcher says that in the last two weeksof the best of our knowledge was not men' but with his eyes fixed on his goal and a .

the campaign when pollsters an- tioned once by either candidate for the determined mind and heart he got his

nounced Dukakis trailing:(although he presidency. If they didn't ''have some education, and has dedicated his life and r '
and resources to benefit the cause of others
,was still attracting large en-
plan,for dealing more effectively with '*'
,thusiastic crowds), one TV anchormansaid who also want a better education, Mrs.
Aids should have
they developed one Andrews said.
that was because the crowds were, prior to coming before their fellow "If I had to pick a theme that exemplifies v
"fighting the perception that the race is Americans to the Guy Andrews' life, it would be
asking guide country
over.," When the Bush crowds showed this: 'If I can help somebody as I pass! '
boisterous enthusiasm, however, TV au-, through the next four years. This is just along, then my living shall not be in vain'/* Thank ;You, Ma'am...,

diences were told it was because "the one of>the great concerns of the nation ,Mrs. Andrews said, wishing Guy a happy Ruth I"owellmember of the Country dub Board of Directors, presents the

Vice President is surging in the polls." 'that should have been addressed, but birthday from his family. 'Bradford honor guest with a super-light, tailor-made golf bag- gift from the 41 par-, 1
"wasn't.Unless. Rip O'Steen, administrator ticipanta) In the special Andrews
Birthday Tournament
tailored ; which
The crowd reaction was to fit Hospital, praised Andrews for the valuable club was won by ,
Jim Godwin's
pro team. Son Tom ,
Andrews is shown In
,what the polls were showing at the time. part he has played in obtaining the new background.
some election reforms are multi-million Bradford Hospital, and alsoas ,
Belcher this is not calculated
says a forthcomlngand soondisillusioned a director 'on the board of Santa, Fe
\plot on the part of television news.., it's ''Americans might just as well abdicate'' Health Care Systems. ,thday party, and presented Guy with a new thews,who renounced any claims he might
Just the, nature of the beaSt, (TV) that their voting rights and turn the election Barbara Reddish, Andrews' secretary; golf bag. Dr,, McFadden presented An- have to the title in favor of, Andrews, said '
relies on symbolic,pictures to back up areporter's gave recollections of her "boss"' over the drews with a scroll signed by students at he knew one of Andrews' goals would be to 'I
'of President to ,the thirty-
our over the SFCC
years, and Evelyn Griffin sang Guy'sfavorite Starke Center. "
words.' 'But ,is itfair, ?? he ,continue to vote Democratic.
second commercials the E.L:Matthews his friend with'a
negative "Ramona. presented
song Ralph Bryan, son-in-law of Mrs. Powell
asks.. The repeated images of a can-, 'corrupting PAC (Political Action committees ; Mrs. Ruth Powell organized the ROth bir- straw.hat labeled"Mr. Democrat/'Mat' was the master of ceremonies. ',
didate as a loser tend to become selffulfiling. ,
) with their bulging deep

some. This voters in ,turn who, act undoubtedlycauses on emotions pockets give and us bloodless the crafty robots imagemakerswho to vote for, Letter Mary
rather, than of the 1 ,
knowledge ,
rather than the real thing.
issues, 'to scurry to ,"get on the band-, For 'Pro Bono'Legal Services
wagon" as reflected in the polls.' If this is the best that democracy can

,do for its people to help them elect a .
One particular danger is the socalled"exit ,capable leader-is truly later than we' Mary Jo Anderson'of Ventura, California -; digents,'. 'glvln 'service to" people !who'

poll"' ,when 'voters leaving, the think! : (;Green Says Complaints who will be remembered here.as Mary really needed it, she says.
Jo Caldwell, daughter of the late Mr.and ,' '
'After ten years of being on call 24 hours a
To Get
City Shrugs
Mrs. J.G.Caldwell of Starke, was recently day, she decided it was time to quit and
And Buck Passing honored by the California State Bar for her
,Editors channel her interest In serving the public
Television.'News; Editor,'Telegraph: voluntary work in providing "pro bono"" ',to another field- the law. "
I' ,(without charge) legal services to '
r '
In remarks attributed to me" by The who would otherwise be unable to have ao" The California Bar', Pro 'Bono Award
Concerned About, ShallownessTV Telegraph, it was stated that some of the ;cess to the justice system. .was established' in 1983 to recognize
W. Call Street property discussed in the, lawyers who have made a voluntary con-
Tuesday City Council meeting was a partof Mrs. Anderson embarked on this unique tribution of a significant portion of time by
moguls" 'admit that the,\ 1988 history," says the news chief of CBS., my mother's estate. This is inaccurate. ,career at the age of 58, after retiring from providing legal' I services to, indigents
presidential campaign' has been The entire property is owned by the trust 35 years as nurse.. She disliked the idea of without'charge.

shallow' and for my brother Michael. My brother Bill complete retirement and having had an The awards are presented at the annual
too'easily manipulatedby Since the,! conventions, ,the cam, and I are co-trustees. The trust was set up early Interest in law, she entered the Ven-' meeting of the State Bar to one lawyer in
the candidates: qnd their Image- palgns themselves have been equally ,in my mother's will and implemented only) tura College of Law in 1985, where she ,each of California's nine State Bar
makers. But they don't' know'what to, shallow I and, manipulated the news very recently. 'passed the bar exam the same year More districts. Mrs. Anderson was chosen for

j fo about it, except keep on raking In chiefs ,say, charging' ,that ,commercials I apologize for any confusion. 'interested In'providing legal services to'' this honor from District Six, Ventura In
negative, misleadingcommercials. are 'deliberately designed to I continue to support rigorous enforce the elderly and poor than collecting legal 1987, on a pro bono basis,she spent at least
ment ,of the city's laws concerning tees, she Joined a firm in Ventura' hours
1,000 than 300 elderly
helping more
About $80 million' of avoid dealing with the Issue:',"It's ,dilapidated'; buildings, and unsightly ,specializing in helping the indigent. people with their legal problemsincludingsocial ,

that money is Federal matching'funds hard to cover substance when there'sno premises. To even a casual observer, it is' In a recent feature article'on Mary Jo security, taxation, consumer affairs -
for the candidatespaid for by' :Substance there...', the candidatesand painfully obvious this is not being done. and her second career the Ventura Daily and wills. Most notably she hashanded
the taxpayers who have, to suffer their organizers have been reluctant Complaints seem to produce buckpassingand 'News described her as ."a very people-' several complicated conservator-

through this low-road garbage. to come on without prepackaged Starke shrugs.could, be a beautiful, town if we ,oriented person..". loved by, her .such ships as involving Alzheimer's devastating disease. disabilities,

The, presidents of CBS ,News, and gimmicks. they, say."It's .- would all live up to the law. is. Starke
Mary Jo married to a native In accepting her award, Mrs. Anderson
R.A. (Buzzy)
ABC News agree that the state of the gotten 'progressively'worse : AAV Anderson who,as a young man was said she Is proud of the fact that as a

political art In' the' U.S. is at a low every,'four, years." TV news heads I, employed by the Bradford County 61-year-old mother, and grandmother, she
level, perhaps the lowest in 'TV, say. "The Idea that a candidate for' Tenneco Telegraph. ,After the couple's marriage, is in her second professional career and
history. But they defend themselvesby Employees and their move to California, he established still making a significant contribution to
president of the U.S.. can't out and
go Grateful to Jim his own printing business in Ventura, her community
saying the public Is getting what it speak to the people' without ad agencies still reside. Mn. Anderson was
where they
,Editor. Telegraph: Mrs. Anderson has four sisters,Lila Rae
wants. In effect they're saying If TV or1 media advisers telling them We would like to thank a local residentfor on the staff of Community Memorial Yawn 'of Starke;; June Edwards of
i. tried to talk to their viewers about the what to say is a sorry state of affairs, coming to the aid of our business and Hospital in Ventura, and in 1958 she joinedthe Kingsley Lake;' Peggy, Garcia of
'national debt '"they'd turn us //*'... in this country." employees during an armed robbery. He Ventura County Medical Center,partly' Canarilla, Calif., and Frances Belche of
They argue that the demand level Is also helped the police in the chase. in order to spend time working with in- Norfolk Va.

low for information about the issues Is this really what the people want?, We believe people like this should be
recognized and shown appreciation more
,so TV gives' them ,what they, want., Low ratings from disgusted viewers often. ,...
and low turnout at the polls say it is ,We, the employees of Tenneco,want him liI "
conventions .
knows the .
not. As long as' candidates and TV to know how much we appreciate all his : :,. ., + .
don't mean an.){thing..,, nothing Is :news ,can get ,by with staged photo- help. Thanks, Jim r- ,. : '.' .
decided there.,, and Republican ,ops and bite-size one-liners, that's We know where we will buy all of. our If( .., ,. .
Convention 'was the lowestratedweek what the public wilt get. We think the boats from now on.From all the employees H_, n. ,

of national ,television In public wants. and: deserves better. of Tennecoi A
.' new star form in our galaxy vary 18 days, on average.


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McDonalds & Muppets. Encourage' '
.. ..: 'C. .......... .. Debra ConnaughtonJoins
... .. customers ''
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......I.:0-.:':"::.;:... .:':''::".. ,:-.., ',.....,::,'0:,":.':....." .: t. treat when they 'visit the' nation's said Scott ', Cecelia Terwillegar, owner of Ter-
.;:r.u! .; .,... '.t."': ,'-. .. '. .. leading quick-service restaurant. At Co-Op willegar Realty of Starke, is pleased.to
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....'..:J.: ..:I..' ( ....... ', .:..' "' McDonald's children also learn.it's; McDonald's announce 'that Debra Con-
'.......:.:..u... .. J ....,... .! ,.'':':.' ?o.:. fun to;'read. -...., ''Children dally, naiichton is joining her ''Staff of
..' \" '-'.. ::..r.' ..\... Working with Jlrh Henson's Mup- help drive \ Realtor Associates..
..'I'\\h\; .: :'.:' :t f-' pet Babies McDonald's had' message- the She is the wife of Dr. Dennis Con-
.". ..". ... "... .ii' ...:. .'. developed three 24-page color'' According, IDHS,1 naughton, and they have three
.. "\' ". + .. ".. .,;'. storybooks featuring the Muppet Library Assn. : children, Sean, Kelly and Megan.
\....\ .: '1". j.\ Babies, available with each pur posed To Mrs. Connaughton was employed for

.f..' :>..."......',. .1' ... ,:\.,...,.......", chase of a McDonald's Happy Meal better in seven years with a savings and loan
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Nov. children who
: .. .. through 17 association.
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'.' ... :, t .. ,' In addition, under a special' arrangement early are : Mrs. 'Connaughton has
...'"10.'..iii''I. !. ..:;. .'!''"' with the American ing it as ,, ;: _. .t2Iullteeced her 11m.II' ...........,-,..._.._.-
..:.Jr, :..'t.<.I I,.' .'... :. :f. -Libra1'y1ssntAltaTpectntMup=- local organizations, some of which
..... ,. :. '.... '.-;,' '.'i pet Babies Library Card will be Jr. include Past President Past
:.:. ". .. .;.:.: ,. :\ ntedoeeryHpyMealbo.Children Treasurer and Past Parliamentarian -
j ,, '. '." take the cards to the Meets N
..... ..... may of Starke Jr. Women's Club;
.. ." Bradford Public Library where they Bradford School Board
appointed by
.' ':., ,.........., will receive for The Junior
.j. applications perma-
.. ,, ,:, Starke will to Serve on Blue Ribbon Advisory
: ;1 nent cards.
..:. .:.,' .:': :.:'\ Children must be accompanied by 'special / lege Board Starke; .Santa Center Fe Community Arts Festival Col-

Ii!' ; B ,' -::. .:. .:I an adult for proof of residency and ,day, Committee; past Girl Scout leader;

.. ":'':',. '. :;:: ;:! be able to write their first and. last clubhouse.' religious instruction coordinator for
.." ". ..-. ;.t. '. ._ names They will
; St. Edwards Catholic Church; and
'. ;$ i; .'#'.' nual Thank:>
I 'member of Bradford
l' 1 (, decorating th County Zoning
::.. ." :; ; ; Board.
1.:.:,.:., ;.' !. (.; ),.; New \3 '
;.:.- '.0. (the club. $ .
"' New Bethel
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:.,.:.:..;. '" :..: For Celebration Nov. .0-13
: more
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{.:- h '0':' The New Bethel Baptist Church
> :; : :: :: will be celebrating their church and
\ ;...... '. .::: pastors anniversary from Thursday
If'. .:.: ...t1 .".. Masonic : thru Sunday. Nov; 1013. Services
1', I,,"; H T<<;jj0.:. .. .: Meets I ,will be held at 7:30 p.m. nightly, and
';: :::'I Sunday at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.
H : ,
: : ;' Bradford : The church Is located at the corner
have:a meet dis-. of Florida' and Keller Street in
Mr.&'Mrs. U E.('ahoun III 12, beginning i,4.i Starke; Rev. A.J. Simmons Pastor.
supper at G::: :
furnish the

covered dish i / Invited

Denise Gissy{ & Lonnie Gaboon held Lodge.to honor t \ ': t ,

At, 7i3fl! p ( l Church's

Married in Oct. 22 CeremonyDenise opened Degree will and / .

'Maria Gissy of Starke and Clearwater. The attendants' royal all past ma"'. :\ i Annual '

Lonnie Ernest Cahoon III of Pen- blue satin tea-length gowns were of f- ,

sacola were married on October 22 the-shoulder, and featured art open Commissioner Conner. Walk f )f! : ;" l >K <: : 'Sunday '
in lawn Doyle :
a ceremony by Judge back accented with a royal blue bow .. ,
George Pierce. on' the, shoulder. They carried Will Set forCome .." ; \ '
Miss Gissy is the daughter of Joe' cascades of pink carnations, white Doyle Conner rain / > : ;r : :; ,:s', : : 13 -, 1-i',' am
and Mary Gissy of Starke. The daisies,blue liatri and babys breath. Speak Here Nov., 21 in Bradford ,\ \ \ I "
groom is the son of Mr. & Mrs.lon- Flower Melissa Mer- : '
girls were Commissioner'' ready to walk J.year \ ; ; \ ;; ,
nie Cahoon, Jr;of Pensacola.The rilees of Middleburg, and Greta and., Doyle'State Conner Agriculture will be the speaker at the 1 )! l ;\', : : \ : > ," ," .J
wedding ceremony was per Katie Gissy both of Orlando. '
CROP' 'Walk ; .
the Chamber of Commerce Annual \ Dinner on the
formed under a white lattice ar- Best man was the groom's Partnership; dinner Nov. 19 at 9-8. I ... :
chway 'decorated with brother,' Jodie Cahoon of Clear- Farm/City .
greenery begin and end ( .GroundsOld
white ribbons wl"re' scheduled for Nov. 21 at 6:30: p.m. at \ -.....
large palms boston' water, Groomsmen Michael ty Coliege-oQ' .
fern and yellow and white chrysan 'and Jim Gissy of Orlando Timothy the Bradford County. Fairgrounds.All \ .
business and
themums. Nuptial music, was provided ; Gissy of Tampa, Donald Gissy of St. are invited to attend professional and show people goal. of.,. '(' ) :(\) \ : Fashioned,
by pianist Charlene Francis. "Augustine,, ,.Jodie of
Johnson raising $;;,000 ,
soloists Carol Milner and Greg Gainesville',' ,;''ancl!,, ',,Jay*, Ben: and their support of our local farm com' both lit Brarlf ; ; : + Bible Preaching,

Alvarez'with Don Hardy on guitar. Michael Merrilee1! 'alt'of .!.Mid. mun"Warren: Carver, local ASCS pfflcer tries round t ;, ,
The bride was escorted to the ar* dleburg. : 1
said he from Seventv-fiv :| :
,' was encouraged
chway by her father, while Greg Following the-wedding'ceremony,-, the amount of support his office was' raised will OO ; .' Nursery ,
Alvarez sang "The Father' Says IDo" a reception was held at the KOA ban' receiving from the farm community'' .ServicE; tn ( ; "
quet room In Starke. Tables were' well local organizational 'development ; < : I Provided
as as
The bride wore 'a gown of white covered with while lace, cloths. with ,, including the Bradford Fair support cent wilt stay '
bridal satin with blue,
appliqued be used Y'th'
Association Kiwanis and Bradford :
broidered lace- pands"' with hand-' The threetiered'wedding cake
,.Ministries .
Cattleman's Assn. Tools and
,sewn pearls and sequins on the featured a fountain with 'royal blue CROP c'\t* t: '; Old ,.
bodice! and dropped waistline. The; ,water,topped with a fresh flower arrangement education'aHd Antiques onDisplay
satin and lace bouffant sleeves ac- of the bride's colors, New Arrivals... of Church\ \ a
,cented the drop neckline with a bow flanked by silver candelabraS. disaster rell< 4 ,,
filled with sequins and pearls. The 'The bride |Is a graduate of Brad Tommy L.IIilliard' III refugee'''r f
cathedral train was adorned with a ford High School. St. Johns River 'Trudy and Tressie Hilliard proudly National C \ \ ( h '
bow and panels of white bridal satin. Community College, and California announce the birth of their baby Christ in the OldTimeyDress
For her headpiece,the bride chosea State University in Chico, Calif. She brotherTommy Lewis Hilliard, mil' Walkers* ;! "
wreath of white satin flowers and I 'received her Master's Degree in. born Sept. 16. He weighed 8 lb. 4 oz,' friends artil : ,,
pearls with dropping cascade of aUdiology fOJD..J.hQ, .University*of....and was 20 3/4 inches Jong.-The pro- them "ifor s .
royal blue and white ribbons in the Florida. She is' an audiologist for ud parents are Tommy and LaMon- .
envelopes are t,
back. Her only jewelry was a single Lucerne Hearing Center Orlando. da Hilliard of Starke. churches. : is located ori Griffis
strand of pearls and pearl earrings. The groom about the w !
She carried a bouquet of cascading' Tate High School in Pensacola and Mrs. Edmond E DeVevo of Mac 'at '.J/ .7\1:17: or )i / at,the railroad tracks.,
white daisies, babys breath, carnations the University of West Florida fie is clenny.Paternal. :
and fern.Attendants. a graduate student at the Universityof grandparents are Mr. &
were Mrs. Karen Central Florida and Is employedat Mrs. Tommy L, Hilliard Sr. of
Johnson and Miss Becky McQueen Orlando Regional Hospital in' Starke,
both of Gainesville, Mrs. Cindy Mer- ''Orlando .
rilees of Middleburg, Mrs. Brenda After a wedding trip and sailing at Amber Savannah Reed
Gissy of Orlando, Mrs. Neva Kidd of Siesta Key the newlyweds will William and Nicole Reed of Starke
Tallahassee, Mrs. Diane Castany of reside at 265 Rio Pinar Lakes Blvd, announce the birth of a daughter. "t"
Miami and Mrs. Sherrie Cahoon of Orland, Fl. 32822: Amber Savannah' born Oct. 27. She

joins a brother William Jr., 3 yrar$ PECIAL

'i Open House/Chamber 'Mixer Scheduled Nov.. 15 old.Maternal grandparents are : Jh
; William and Chris Seay of Starke:
The Chamber Mixer-'and Open The Open: House 11(30-3( (p.m.V Great-grandparents are Thomas
House will be held on Tuesday, Nov, will 'feature tours., lunch and .Julia Yarberry of Jacksonville and
15 at the new Sunshine Industries. refreshments, in addition to seeingthe Pat & Bonnie Seay of Starke. '
The Open House will be held from > program in operation, Everyone Paternal grandparents are Melvin
11:30 to 3 p.m., ,with the Business is-invited. Door prize will..be given and-Kazuko Reed of Starke: ;;, NOTICE! '
Mixer hours from 5:30-7: ( p.m. out hourly; .
The new ,Sunshine Industries The Business Mixer (5:30-7 p.mJ':)
facilities Is located in Enterprise will provide businesspeople( an op- 'Aimee Nicole Johns,
Park on SR 100 East,next to WEAG portunity to seethe new ,facility..
Radio Station. ''Refreshments and. be nounce the birth of a daughter,
Bradford Association for Retard- available
Aimee Nicole;! born October 24 at SANTA
ed Citizens cordially invites the community -
Alachua General Hospital in
Weston Recipient .
to attend this celebration, ,
Gainesville. Aimee weighed 7 Ib' 1J
dedication and house of its new
open Of Stetson ScholarshipKatheryn
Industries. >oz., and measures 19V4 inches. yi
work center-Sunshine
Two events are scheduled to n. Weston of Starke is this Maternal grandparents are PARADE -
courage the community to see the year's recipient of the Rosa Scholarship Robert and Amanda Smith of ,

new facility and view some of the at Stetson University, in' Lawtey: Great-grandparents are ,
DeLand' Eva Smith of Richton Miss.. ,,and
with the handicapped
taking place -
programs in Bradford County. Weston.'a freshman at Stetson is Nellie Wilkinson of Lawtey. : '
the daughter of, .Frederick D. Paternal grandparents' 'are ;i DECEMBER 1:0',0
Weston. Charles and Lillie Ann 'Johns of ,
The scholarship; funded in 1985, is Starke, Great-grandparents are Mr.. I
Sylvia Reddish ,Named designated for students who major 6 Mrs. A.P. Johns of Hampton.,.

District Honor Agent 'in business or economics.. The,
awards range from$500 to$1,000 and Chelsea Nichole: Alvarez JOIN US FOR A
Liberty National Life Insurance are four-year renewable.To be eligible Randy 'and Tracy Alvarez: of1 ,
Company selected Sylvia P.Reddishas ,a student must have a Scholastic Starke' announce the birth of a COLORFUL PARADE OF,
honor agent of the quarter for the i Aptitude Test score of 1200 or more, daughter. Chelsea Nichole, born''
Gainesville district. The award is in November. 1 In Alachua General FLOATS MARCHING BANDS
of'' 'and a 3.5 grade point average high, :
given each quarter in recognition school 'Hospital of Gainesville. She weighed :'J 'SANTA'CLAUS'HIMSELF1
and superior & !
top sales performance 7 lb. 4 oz. .
service to policy owners. She joins one brother, Randall four
Liberty National Life is a part of Children's"Book ;;; -

Torchmark Corporation, a Birmingham Nov. years age.Maternal grandparents are Mr & .t\ ,) : Don't miss :this
Ala., based financial institution -, -Week 14-20 Mrs. Don Denton of Keystone., .
with over '$2.5 billion in The Bradford County Public Great-grandparents are Mr. & Mrs.. fun-filled occasion.. .
assets.' Library and the Bookmobile Ser Simon Denton of Keystone and Mrs.;
vices will celebrate National Thelma Fagan of Orlando. f,. U's'a great way to kick

Children's Book Week Nov, 14-20. by Paternal grandparents are Mr & off the !
honoring and famous.The ..Mrs. Owen Alvarez, Jr. Great- holiday. season
,Ricky Norman Has book and poser: display will feature grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. Rufus !

Fourth BirthdayRicky' 'books about successful young peo, Alvarez, Sr.' and Mrs. ,Bernie '

Norman son of Paul and'Janet pIe."Generations, readers have ,Jackson of Starke. PARADE BEGINS ..AT: ;

Norman'of 'Lawtey,, with of these f
grown up 'many- 10 A.M.
celebrated his fourth birthday at his, classics, young and old will enjoy' Gospel Sing'.Saturday'at
home on saturday Oct. 15. .and benefit from the shared ; ex- BUS
Approximately: IS of' Ricky's'friends perience of reading\ together," said DECEMBER 10TH
along with his two older Library Director Sue Crum. .There will be a 'big Gospel Sing .
brothers Kenny and. Davy and Why not stop by the BradfordPublic Saturday night, Nov. 19 at the Bradford i
grandparents Mrs. Purvis Brown Library or the Bookmobile to High School Auditorium.
and Albert Norman,all joined In this, renew your friendship wIth.Alice. Featured guests will be:: 'Your'' Chamber of
celebration. Amelia-Bedelia, Ameliaranne Stig* The Mighty Sons of Glory from Los ,
.The party theme was >"Garfield gins, the Bag tables, Betsy, Birdie' 'Angeles,Cal.,and Marie.Williams. of "
the Cat". The table was centered Boyers the Bobbsey Twins, Brett, Alachua FL; Commerce says -
with a Garfield cake and other' Cedric Errol, Charlie Bucket, .Local talent consisting of Mrs. '
refreshments, Including a motorcycle Christina Parsons Cinderella, Colin Jessie M. Berry, the Carter Family Shop at Home

cake. Craven, Crow Boy, Danny Dunn, and Echoes of Joy. I. .....
Davy Crockett Dorothy Gale,Duny, Come onel! Come all! Admissionwill .
Women of St. MarksTo Eustace, Fern Arable, the Hardy be $3 in advance or $6 at the Early' for, : Good
Meet Nov. 15 Boys, Harriet M. Welsch, Heidi door. Children 3-13 will be $3 at the

Henry Huggins, Homer Price andthe door. : and
The Women of St. Marks will meetin list goes on. Tickets'may be purchased from Prices Products"-

the Parish House on Tuesday, Crum adds "All of us were once the following persons! Lillie Bell
Nov. 15 at 10 a.m.Plans will be made young readers and most have never- Jones, Sharon Sams, Hattie Terry
for a flea market to be held in forgotten those first years of reading Jessie Mae Berry. Velma Mitchelland .
December; ;: ;>',"./! 1 ; ''. discovery and pleasure." Margie Richardsoni N ':" '. .
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Page (A :?TELEGRAPH November IS. IBAA

Cynthia Green Awarded Degree From McDonaldsCynthia
Dudding '
Jones E. Green'of Starke has training facility of McDonald' Cor
been awarded a Bachelor of Ham-
burgerology from McDonald's Ham- -To attend Hamburger University,
September Ceremony burger University (H.U.) for each student must lint complete
graduating from the 'University's" more than 2000 hours of training\ In
advanced restaurant' operations the restaurant and three'other
Miss Sandra Gall' Dudding; were Mr, & Mrs. Chip Wainwright course. HIT is an accredited educational -' prerequisite courses as part''of
daughter of Mr & Mrs. Charles Attending the guest book was Miss institution and the advanced McDonald's Management Development
(Chuck) Duddlng of Lake Butler, Barbie Crawford.At Program. '
and Mark Anthony Jones, son of Mr. the entry area was a large .
It Mrs. Tracy Jones of Hampton, heart covered with lavender satin NOTICE OF '
were-united In marriage on Satur-. and lace, inscribed "I Mark, take
day evening; Sept. 17, at the Pine! thee, Sandy." Behind the cake table SECOND PUBLIC HEARING
Level Baptist Church with Rev. was a large lattice screen with AND STATEMENT OF PROPOSED CDBG PROJECTThe
Roman Alvarez performing the lavender satin backing. Two wed-
ceremony. ding bells were attached at the top.
The church was beautifully The three-tiered wedding cake .I sr' City of Stark Is applying to the Florid Department of' Community

decorated with an arch candelabra was topped with a lighted heart Affairs (OCA) 'for a grant under the Neighborhood Penalization Category#
adorned with a large bouquet of shaped ornament centered with apair In the amount of $575,000 under the Small Cities Community ,

lavender, purple and white silk of doves and accented with Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program. For each activity that !I.
flowers. On either side was a heart- lavender and purple ribbons. Four
shaped candelabra with a pair of satellite cakes were attached to the' proposed; at least 60.090 of the fund must benefit low and moderateIncome '
doves in the center of the heart. wedding cake with lavender and persons.-The activities/ dollar amount and estimated'percentagebenefit
Another smaller candelabra stood to purple ribbons ; r 1 a to low and moderate Income persons for which the City .Is applyingare
the side of each heart. Palma and Serving and assisting with : .
other greenery were placed aroundthe refreshments and gift table were''
altar area. Mrs. Martha Myrick, Mrs. Betty
The wedding was directed by Mr. Alvarez, Mrs. Gertrude Curtner, Activity Activity Psrcantsga Ssn.fILto,
& Mrs. Allen'Crawford. Nuptial Mrs.Amy Dudding,Mrs. Pat Johns, Cost Lew,end Moderate
music was provided by Mrs. Mrs. Dorothy Melton and Mrs Income Persons
Charlene Mains. Mrs. Denise Geneva Wainwright.
Rhoden and Mr. & Mrs. Raymond The focal point of the receptionroom Water Facilities $152,800 95%

Moody. was five large bouquets, each .&Mrs.:Mark A.Jones Sewer Facilities, $305,500 05* ,
Given In marriage by her father containing two dozen longstemmedroses '" Sewer ", 05%
$ 35,000
the bride wore a satin and lace gown with adorned the refreshmentand Hookups '
with a high neckline which droppedto gift tables. The cake table and 1 Water Hookup $ 10,600 05%
a v-neck In front.The bodice was punch table each held two bouquetsof Fire Hydrant $ 22,000 05%, '

accented with appliqued lace trim pastel roses. The gift table held a General, Administration ._$ 40,000,
i and pearls. The lace sleeves ended bouquet of red roses. All the roses, Gainesville Deanery Meets...
with a cuff at the wrist The front of were grown and arranged by; the The Fall General Meeting Of the Gainesville Deanery of the St. Total $575,000 Sl5"%
the dress was scattered with appli bride's grandmothers,. Mrs Lee Augustine Diocesan_ Council of Catholic Women, NCCW was held on Project Cost ,

qued lace and pearls, and the flow- Swanson of Tampa. Thursday, Oct. 27, at St. Philip Neri Parish Hall in Hawthorne .
ing train consisted of several rows of After'.a, short wedding trip the, Victoria Buckley Pres., conducted the business meeting attended by The City's plan to minimize displacement of person al a',.IUIt of '
lace ruffles.The veil was attached to couple are now.residing in Keystone Deanery affiliation members and special guests including Judy Estes, St. planned CDBG funded activities I I. to develop a CDBG project which will
a cap of lace and pearls and was Heights. Augustine Diocesan President from Jacksonville, Mildred Bailey,Dolores Fiscal Year 1883CDBQ
not cause displacement of person The City1.proposed ,
trimmed around the edge with lace '
Hankins, Olga Bertozzi Hildegarde Ruper, Lucille Barrett' and Susan
A 'Senior -
will not
matching her gown. The bride carried 'Shanka all of Jacksonville, and Billie Rickstatter of Palm Coast any person
a bouquet of a dozen long- October 26 Rev Father James O'Neal,' Deir.ery' Moderator of Live Oak, and a If for any reason person are displaced a* a result of CDBQ funded activities

stemmed lavender roses. matron On Wednesday, Oct. 26, fourteen former St. Edward's Parishioner, concelebrated Mass with the host the City will provide assistance, to displaced person a* required
Mrs. Jonnie Padgett was seniors from the Bradford Senior pastor, Rev Father Roland Julien and Rev. Father Paul Donnelly.>: under 24 CFR 42, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's
honor, wearing a purple satin
Antoinette -Cos gave the President's Report for St. Edward s Altar .
Gainesville Relocation Assistance and Real
Center traveled to for a regulation that implement Uniform
with sleeves and
gown a
puffed Society. Also attending the meeting. Mass and luncheon held at the Blue
v-neck. The dropped waist skirt was day of fun and learning. Water Bay Restaurant in Melrose were Betty Dazinski Sophie Kimutis, Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1070.
gathered from the hem at several Shopping and dining at Ryan'sprior Afi Mary Gissy, Antoinette Stefanelli, Pauline Oeschger, Mary Humphries A Statement of the proposed Fiscal Year 1088 CDBQ project applicationIs {
places with' bows, revealing a lace' ,fair" to at attending Gainesville'"The Mall Senior the ,Ruth Meng, Viola Lefebvre, Kay Richards, Dorothy Rife, Anne Gingras, :as follow:; '' .
underskirt. gave
Bridesmaids were' Miss Wendy seniors a full and exciting day. Mary Brown and Dolores Meng. The City' CDBQ project I I. a neighborhood revitalization project.The, "

Dudding, sister of the bride, and VThe Senior Affair", the highlightof City will undertake publlo facility Improvement In the Fiscal :Year 1988
Miss Missy, Price, Their lavender the trip, was sponsored by target area which is located In the north'central portion of the City..'The
,gowns were identical to the matronof .Alachua General Hospital and the, School Menus, Nov 14-18 project area I I. generally bounded on the north by Market Street, on the I'
Mid-Florida Area Agency on Aging." '
honor's. All the bridal attendants
east U.S. Highway 301 (Temple Avenue), on the south by Georgia
carried eight long-stemmed It was a public education forum to Bradford Elem.& Middle School '",und.y? Salisbury steak mashed potatoes at by
lavender-tipped white roses.., enlighten seniors of the many ser 'Monday* Beef-vegetabke soup,) cheese .lout, gravy,turnip greens strawberry.shortcake, ,cornbread Street and on the west by Grand Street. The total l cost of the project I Is
vices available to them.A cabbage,flaw peaches,milk.Tuesday ,milk. $575OdO 95 of the will benefit
Miss Heather Jones, sister of the, Friday Pitia, buttered corn; fruit "up'oln'namon estimated at and percent .project.cost
statewide toll-free phone Tacos (beef,lettuce, tomato,chene '
groom was flower girl., She,wore a buttered corn, applesauce brownie milk.Wednesday toll milk, low- and moderateIncome'perlon..
number (1-800-262-2243) called "Bettel' -,
gown Identical to the attendants and EARLY RELEASE DAY Chickenit A public hearing to provide citizen an opportunity to comment on the
for Seniors Line'! is
Living Help noodles,cheese buttered ,
carried a white basket woven with, atlx. green peas fruit. ;A19Cart''Mondays
lavender ribbon, filled with rose available for seniors and other interested -, cup biscuits honey milk.Thursdays Pizzaz.. : french application will be held In the City Commission meeting room located In the
hamburgers corndO( ,
petals. persons.,"The goal for this, ,turnip Fried greens chicken,fruit)Jello mashed, hot rolls potatoes, milk.Itgravy fries, milkshakes : City Hall on November'is, 1988 at 7:30 p.m A copy of the application'.
The groom's brother, Tim Jones, service is to keep seniors informed Friday: Spaghetti w/meal .sauce cheese stir., Tuesday Pizza, >cheeseburger, ;. french fries, will be available for review at the City Hall "on Monday through Friday
assure them there is a solution to tossed salad,fruit hot rolls, milk. milkshakes "
served as best man. Groomsmenwere their and them make cup Wednesday: :o'til.a, hamburgers.,!--corndngs, between the hours of 9:00: a.m. and noon and tOO: p.m. and 4:00: p.m.To
Tim brother Bradford High School .
Dudding, of the Toni! french fries,milkshakes.Thursday obtain additional information' concerning the application and the public,
good consumer ,said trench
bride, and Ronnie Jones, cousin of Monday Hamburger on bun lettuce, tomato At : Cheeseburgers 'corndfigs ( '
the groom.Timmy Starling was ring Glover, Program Coordinator for 'pickle french fries, peaches butterscotch tries, milkshakes. hearing,,' contact Nell Tucker,City Clerk, a; ((904)) 064-5027.
bearer. the Mid-Florida Area Agency on Aging squares, milk.Tuesday Friday! Comdogs,hamburger,french fries po'se "
Beet-vegetable soup, cheese toast, .milkshakes.Each .
.- Following the ceremony'a recep-:- cabbage slaw, fruit)Jello,cookie, milk, Nell Tucker, City Clerk .
tion was held in the church'' For more information, call Beverly Wednesday:EARLY RELEASE DAY Spaghetti day students have choice of a hot lunch,'
fellowship hall. Greeting guests McGee,Senior Center Director at w/meat sauce cheese six,garden.salad applecrlsp .. salad bar at a-la-carta. P.O. Drawer C. Starke.; FL 32091
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,'IN AND FOR BRADFORD curve, 13.U feet, aa'' assured alone chord having a bearing of North 84
l COUNTY, FLORIDA. degrees: 37 Minutes: and 16 second West:, to a see concrete BnuBenti thence,
I /:. i I ., ._.. .\ CASE NO.87-41S-CA South 1 degree, 22 Minutes and 43 second* 1 Est (hereinafter referred to as
.. ." t, PI u > ': ANTHONY A. GIESEGH and aJUr.. A), 617.40 feet to a set CCII1Cnta.e, thence South 6 degrees, 02
routes and 59 seconds Oralarrad to as course B). '434.42
_. .. ... .. .v JEAN D. GIESEGH his wife ",'" feat w..e.
-- Plaintiff. f a 1" iron rod, thence South 83 37 sdnutes and 01 second
VI setL 2.00 feet to an iron rod set et: the bqxaddrr of a curve of a cu1-da-: _
'tHI CIRCUIT COURT IN'AND FOR Commence at the Northeast carrier of ROGER GREEN and JOYCE A. concave to the NortiMse and having a radius of 50.00 feet (the center: of said
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA old) Section 36 and run South 00 dograa.2T33" MARTIN RAY RICKS and KATHLEEN BURDICK RICKS DOREMUS his his wife. culoda-uc being Vacated so.oo feet latterly of lest said Iron rod along an
CIVIL ACTION No. 441-CA.l East, along the East line of said STATE OF FLORIDA COMMUNITY STATE wife. Pastarly prolongation of the Luic dvMnruMtl course thrice: win: a
FLORIDA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ,Section 36 a distance of 664.3S feet to BANK OF STARKE COWIterclo loadaa direction along the are of said cul-de-sac: through a central
ASSOCIATION the Point of Beginning, thence continue FLORIDA0 HOSPlTAlINC., SEARS ROEBUCK t COMPANY,'and CITY OF STARKE, angle of 2.58 ctecr-. 27 idnite and 47 seconds an are dlaeance of 225.35 feet:
to an iron rod MC ae the end of last said curve (said iron rod being 62.00
rialnrlff South 00 degr..* IT33" East along soldEast Defendant. feat ;
Easterly aforesaid
6 course B too seasured at right angle therafrcaO i
v* Line 200.00 f** : thnc run North NOTICE OF SAlE thera North degree. 02 ain tss ml 59 (........ laIC, parallel with
KIERT SUNDUSADEE. at ol., 89 degrees 13'47" West, 200.00 feet; Nollca I.given that 10 aforesaid teas B. 409.38 feat '
iii pursuant a Summary Final Judgment dated October 20, CO a Me iI'a'rOd, thence North 1 degree, 22
Oef......,.. thence run North 00 degree 27'33"Wa.t. !?, In eo.a Number' 87.415-CA of the Circuit Court of 1h.Eighth| Judicial'circuit In .w..te. aid U.aaconda West? parallel with lLfonaaU cease A. 6U.9S feet to
,NOTICE OF ACTION 200.00 feet: thence run South 89 for Bradford County Florida In which Anthony' A. Glesegh and Jean D. the Point: of .I\eId.I1I\1n&
TO: KIERT SUNDUSADEE and THE degrees 15' 7" East. 200.00 feet to th* Otossgh hi. wife. or. the Pla.ntlH.J. and Martin Roy Rick and KatWein Burdick Dated October 23, 19887

UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF KIERT SUN. Point of Beginning. Lying and being In Ricks, State of Florida, Community State Bank of Stark, Bradford Hospital, Inc.. Gilbert S. Brown,
DUSADEE IF ANY at the last known Bradford County Florida. Sear Roebuck t Company, and City of Starke Florida are the Defendant-1: I will Clerk of Circuit Court
r..ld.r c. of Rout 2, Box 403K.Aider t ell to the highest and best bidder for cash In the lobby at the East front door of the, Publication of this notice on October" 23, ,1988 In the Bradford County Telegraph'
man Rood M.lrote, Fl. 33666 and Together with without limitation, the Bradford County Courthouse In Stark, Bradford County Florida at 11:00 a.m.'on In Stark, Florida. .
CRISANTA SUNDUSADEE a/k/a CrlMn. following specific Items of personal property November 28, 1988 the following described property set forth In the order of final JOHN H.JONES ESQUIRE
to Victoria Sunduiod*' and THE together with any and all additions Judgment. ',I'.O.Drawer 1030
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF CRISANTA SUN thereto or replacements thereof: 2. Plaintiff hold a Hen for the total sum superior teeny claim or estat of deTen- Stork., Fl. 32O91
DUSADEE, a/k/a Oltonta Victoria Sun Refrigerator, Range/Oven, Fan/Hood don,., ROGER GREEN and JOYCE A. GREEN a/k/o JOYCE DOREMUS his wife' (', Attorney for Plaintiffs
duMd., IF ANY at th. last known Dishwasher Disposal.' MARTIN RAY RICKS and KATHLEEN BURDICK RICKS his wile. STATE OF FLORIDA, Control 0885
ra.ldance'of 20039 Crow HOTM Clrclo,,' Witness my hand and the seal of this ,COMMUNITY STATE BANK OF STARKE BRADFORD HOSPITAL, INC.. SEARS 2tch91 j.10
Katy TX 77449, Court on this 34th day of October, 1988. ROEBUCK t COMPANY and CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDA on the following described' ,
AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING, GILBERT S. BROWN property in Bradford County. Florida: -

INTERESTS, BY, THROUGH UNDER OR Clerk of Circuit Court 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIQA, to enable the clerk to mail one copy to
AGAINST KIERT SUNDUSADEE. CKISAN- Control 0884 All of the Contract: v......'* Tight, title. aid Interest la. ...... and to EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR the personal representative.
TA SUNDUSADEE.. a/k/o Crltonta Victoria 4tchg. 10/27-11111 that: certain Agreement for Deed dated Deccnfcer, 1986 a* recorded in Official BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. All persons Interested In the estate to
Sunduiod*. THE UNKNOWN ,4 Record Book 256 at Fag 387 et. s q. of the Fublic Record of Bradford PROBATE DIVISION whom a copy of this Notice of Administrative
'SPOUSE OF KIERT SUNDUSADEE, IF ANY. County: Florida with respect: : to tE sal property described: therein aai CASE NO 88-88-CP hat been mailed are re
CRISANTA SUNDUSADEE. a/k/a CrlMivto REGISTER A parcel of land containing 1.00 acres, nor or lea, and lying in the IN REt ESTATE OF 'THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
1of! II!: 1of SW 1/4 of Section 7, Team hip 7 South. 1Ia'1t. 22 Feet?'
Victoria Sundutodoo. IF ANY OR FICTITIOUS NAME' Pursuant to Section AMY G. CONE, OF THIS NOTICE, to file any ejections,
HAVING OR CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY 865.09, Florida Statutes, notice Is hereby Bradford Canty.; Floridai said parcel being a portion of the land described Deceased. they may have that challenge the validity -
RIGHT TITLE OR INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY -' given that the undersigned. Gregory in O.R.B. 197, Fag 312 of the public record of said county and being recta NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTo of th* decedent's will the qualifications
B Thomas Moab Bradley, particularly described a* follow: of the
HEREIN DESCRIBED. Scott Davis all persons having claims or personal representative'
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that on action '0foroclo. P.O. Box I 148. Hampton. Fl 33044,' joint CamiBne at en iron pip found at the Northeast comer: of said B 1/2 and run demands against the above estate and the venue or jurisdiction of the court.
.. a mortgage ho boon filed owners, d/b/a Th. Cabinet Shop, Intend South 1 degree, 27 sdnites and 39 .second Peat along the Easterly boundary all other persons Interested In the ALL, CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
against you and JOHN DOE and JANE to register sold fflctlous name thereof 75.13 feet to a concrete: ncnment fast on th* Southerly boundary of estate. SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
DOE or othor occupant of Root 3, Box und.r the aforesaid statute. the rlght-of-Msy: of County Road f227fomrly State Road 1227) thence North YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the Publication of this notice has begun on
3430, MelroM Fl. 32666: UNITED STATESOF Dated this 25th day of October, 1988, 84 degrees, 28 II shitand 27 seconds \/ut. along said Southerly boundary, administration of the estat of AMY G. November 3, 1988.
AMERICA; STATE OF FLORIDA In. Bradford County. Fla. 231.31 feet to a concnte monument set at the beginning of a curve concave> to CONE ,deceased. Case, Number i ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL'REPRESENTATIVE '
DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOY 4tpd 10/27.11/17 the South and hawing a radius of 2992.41 feoti thence Westerly along said 88.88-Cf. and File 1-3967, Is pending 'In -
MENT SECURITY::, and SUTHILAK SUN' I Southerly boundary and along the arc of said curva, 13.33 'featas neaauredalong the Circuit Court for Bradford County;; JAMES R. FLYNN. ESQUIRE
DUSADEEand you aro required to serve a chord: having a bearing of North 84 degree., 37 minute end 16 seconds Florida. Probate Division, the address of ,40S West Georgia Street
a of written defentei. If West, to a set concrete ncnumenti thence South 1 degrees 22 "< 'IIICU and 43 which Is Bradford County Courthouse Starke Florida 32091
copy your any NOTICE OF SALE second Eaat:, 617.40 feet to concrete mutant let at th Point of Post Office Telephone(904): ( ) 9644667PERSONAL: ,
Attention Probate
to It on Potor R. Walloco, of Croon tMaitry : Drawer,
FOR NON-PAYMENT Beginning. From Point of Beginning thus Described rut South 6 degree 02
B, Starke Florida 32091, The name and REPRESENTATIVE:
,, P.A., plaintiff attorneys.whose tttmceSoth
OF STORAGE UNIT minute and 39 seconds Went 108.11 feet to a Ne Iron rod,' 87 ALETHIA W. REDDING
address, !I. P,O. Box 3542 St. 'Notice It hereby given pursuant to degree 56 minute and 06 seconds West, 400.02 feet to an iron rod set on the oddres of the personal representative RK3 Box 613
Petersburg Fl. 33731 on or before Siotuia. 83.806 that Westerly boundary of aid E l/2i thence North 1 degree 22 minute and 4)econde and the personal representative's of
Florida on Storks Florida 32091
Novombor 34. 1988 and III* tho original West, along Mid Westerly boundary. 107.03 feet to a concrete nnumntet torney I I. set forth below. ,
with tho clark of this court either before November 14, 1988, at 11 a.m., a sale at the Southueat comer of a parcel described in O.R.B. 171, Page 416 of All persons having claims or demands 2tchg 11/3.10
orvlco on plaintiff attornoyt or Immediately will b* held at Bldg. 1, Unit 11, Mini of aid public records i thence North 87 degree, 56 adnut.and 06 seconds .East, against the estate are required. WITHIN Control 0890
(, thereolferj othorwlto a' America Storage, Stark, Florida phone ,along the Southerly boundary: of stdparcel O.R.B. 171, Page 436) and along THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE
default will b..nt.rd against you forth 964-8830.This sol. Involves property of an Easterly prolongation thereof 414.00 feet to the Point ofBegiming. FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to' STARKE
relief demanded In tho complaint or the following tenant and what Is believed THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL being conveyed: with a right of use to an eaacomt file with the clerk of the above court a ,
petition.Tho to b. dord.Hous.holdbusiness. for ingreee, egress and utilities aver the following described parcel) written statement of any claim or demand CHURCH OF GOD
l )I. paper In bqxes Comnence at a found iron pip located at the Northeast comer of, said C 1/2 they may hove. Each claim must
, described property follows against A sol. of the entire contents of this and rut South, 1 degree 27 musts, and 59 seconds East:, ,along the Easterly be In writing and must Indicate the basis, l 4L22 N. ST. CLAIR 964-5445
A at of land situated: In Government : 'unit will be mode to the highest bidder.If boundary thereof 75.15 feet to a concrete nonuramt found on the Southerly for th* claim, the name and address of Johri Spratlln.:Pastor,
parcel no bidder/th. sal* will b* conducted boundary of the right-of-way of County: Road 1227 (fornnrly Stata Road 1227) the creditor or his agent or'attorney, and ,j.We invite you fc>worship with "
of 8 us.
Lot 1 Section 36 Township
pursuant to rental agreement between. thence North 84 degree. 28 minute and 27 seconds West, along Mid Southerly the amount claimed. If the claim Is con;
,South, Range 22 East Bradford County. occupant; < owner' boundary 184.20 feet to a eat Iron rod for Point of Beginning. Fro Point of tingent or unliquidated' the nature of' ,Attended NUl'sery'Sunday
Florida; said parcel being more particularly 2tchg 11/3.10 Beginning thus described continue: North 84 degrees 28 minute and 27 seconds the uncertainty shall ba stated If the School 40. P1''' lOam
( described a. follows: West along aaid Southerly boundary, 47,12 feet to set Morning .. Ham
Control 0888 a concrete mural; at I claim I* secured, the security shall b* Worship f .
the beginning of a curve concave to the South and having a radius of 2992.41 Evening Service ,,(..4. 6pm
described. The claimant shall deliver
,feats thence Westerly along said Southerly boundary: and along the arc of said Wednesday Youth '. :. ..., 7:30: pm
-'-' sufficient copies of the claim- to the-clerk. .

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(' is a limit to one entry per person each.week. (except the Tornadoes open week' in that case we
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',;''" ,,. of the team you think will win or"tie" if you think the Tornado game was Tornadoes .19, Opponents 7,
::1, the game will end in a tie. The person who picks the correct score was 26 points. \
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JSMITHUD I. .. f \ w4PY ," ,. ::,"': :. .Boys and Runners ,Set for Regionals ;J

{D 'n:: 7 HIM' I. f > : Both the boys and girls Bradford -"

High cross country teams qualified
'.; for the Region I Championships to be
I" 1OJ. 1- (" ,. held at the Jake Gaither Golf Course y t + I
: .. Tallahassee this Saturday' Nov s 3 s1
\' 'I'I 12, at 1 p.m. ,
',. '. I"" ." 'There are 11 Teams in the District
.' 'j I',. 2, and six teams and the first five Individuals

qualify for regional com

'",,, petition. '
In the Girl's Division, Bishop Ken '
y n '1 ny of Jacksonville was first with 31 v1

y rv points; 2) Raines 66, 3) Middleburg I' +.?
88, ,,4)) Bradford 99, 5) St.Augustine
132 and 6)' Palatka 155.

Individual winner for the girls was

Gudrun Gisladottir from Iceland, an 4 4
exchange student who goes to Mid
dleburg, In 12:23. Ramona Tennant
the highest Bradford finisher, placed
sixth in 13:07.: Tennant,,who Is
still overcoming cold and sinus problems

was cramping ,in her chest '4"
,but still finished. - .
I Glenda Rosier of BHS finished 'The '
14th and had a personal best (PR) of Varsity Girls Cross Country Team.. '::"

14:13. Krista Ochl was 18th overall in Members of the <;Irl', Varsity Cnm" firanty team ,
U-rh personal best time for the two miles: Kaniona in 12:34. ;'\
14:49: a PR. Kim Hampton was 21st Team Captain
nY01-.J? Nichol WanKrrsta: in 15: 11 and (:lends in I5i.tO.Coach :: ,
overall in 15:19 PR ton Krlllia lIehl Gll'nda '
: a : Della Scott I and I
Happy'' Birthday to You... was '40th overall in 17:46; a PR George loOper. Absent; Yolanda i li'1'1'10". Ramona Tennant was first overall the Oak Hall !n- !

I' 1\1atH-ll'1e-ssmlth( celebrate her birthday with help; from Frank Camp, Yolanda Wanton, who has been. ill, Three girls ran In the University or North. 'Iorida In. vltaUonal tldpatlng,meet 'In Gainesville'. St>pl. ;Z7,. sir, '" schools' par;' Ii

SUEC Case Manager. was 47th in 22:53.: vitational. Sept. 24, In Jacksonville! '. all three "scored a "" ',"
"I thought the girl's race was )'(
Mabel Nessmith 81 Years Young I especially strong because four of the finisher in 18th f place with a lime of '*',,
six PR'ed" says Coach George 1815.: "The effort Bradford Loper says. ,
Larry Green
River On November 4 the Suwannee to Florida at the age 0115, and mar Loper. It is just outstanding that 1834.; Kenny DeSue was was, 22nd:39nrt in in It could not have been. better/was super.The Going into Saturday's 'meet, ''the (1';

friends Economic Council and several ried James Nessmith of Lake Butler many could PR in that race. 19;30. Blake Thomas' was 35th in 'goal was to qualify for the/ regional Leon High girls, the defending state :,
joined in the 8Ist
celebration for' Mabel birthday in 1940. She has one son, Thomas, Bishop Kenny also win the'' boys 19:59.: Vernon Griffin was 42nd in.' championships, ".,.and we' did it," champions, are the odds-on favorite. ';"
the Nessmith in ,who lives in St. Augustine, and five race with 26 points;, 2) Raines 64, 3)) 22:54, a PR. ,save Pouch Ixinor "'' h.> anal| wn<< tl' Bishop Kenny is favored ih the boys' ',I'
congregate dining room. grandchildren., Ms. Nessmith attends Middleburg 95,' 4) Palatka 96 5) The wind, which was at the girls' race, but will have more competition! \ '
Mabel Nessmith was born' the Friendship Alliance Bradford 149, 6) St.Augustine 173.. backs, changed right at the end of in.the regional level.
November 4,, 1907 in Rogerville Church in Keystone Heights. Over-all boys winner was John the girl's race. It then started to get .,0 as far as we could, and we lilthat '
Term.,1 Hawkins moved added
County). She Moritz from Bishop Kenny'with a real and the times Loper
gusty boys' are a
time of IS:44: tad off, says Coach Loper, becausethe It has been good experience for the The first four teams and first five' 4

1,1,, ,',1) Cam Ward was, 'the top BUS boys had to run into it. runners in a rebuilding year* Coach individuals qualify for stat ,-, 1)

lI': :" :''' Methodist Women Announce I '
Volleyball Team Wins Opening{ District Match '\ :
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, United Methodist Women are busy to order will be a new feature the .
" ; :", 'with plans for the Home Hearth and Bazaar. ', .
,1 !",,''" '\'.': ,, Holidays Bazaar 'The Methodist knives will be on The Bradford Tornado, Girl's back stronger, they fought to a 15-11 expect Aurilla Williams! to be a ::1
Everyone is invited to attend the sale and your choice of bows will be volleyball team played in the district win in game three to take the match, asset to the varsity team next .

Annual Bazaar at First United made to order: for your. decorating tournament held at Ocala Forest moving up to the second round com ;court"I: ," said Coach Inez Diggs, ,her jf fi
Methodist Church planned for needs: High'' School's gymnasium last petition. t and! quality of play,this year "
Wednesday, November 16 from 4 to B Door' prizes will be given away Wednesday, Thursday and Firday Latara 'Jackson served 9. points _
p.m. 'and Thursday November 17 throughout the day and everyone'will winning the opening match 17-15, and 1 Ace high scorer in the match.

from 9 am to 2 p.m. have 'an opportunity to par-, 8-15,15-11. Unissa King served 7 points, made'
.. The favorite soup'"or" chili lun- ticipate in the silent auction for a ,''The Tornadoes were seeded fourth one block and 1 kill.'Tangela Pitt- \
cheon/supper will be available both beautiful hand-pieced quilt and/or. in the district and 'Were 'pitted man' and Monika Williams each' GRAND'Opening

days for a $2.50 donation. Tea or cof- lovely afghan.. against Forest, the homey team., .served 6 points, with Tangela making '
fee, crackers and relish tray includ' The public is invited, there .is noadmission After a hard fought win in the first 1 ace and 1 spike. Aurilla

ed. 'Sandwiches and ,desserts, will : charge.OHSA game, 17.15, the girls relaxed in the Williams, who moved up from the
also be available. ; second game,and lost 8-15. Coming JV ,squad, and ,played ,an excellent

Many' exciting crafts Ideas have Selects', '
been created by the members with HOURSt Friday, Nov. llth
the latest I "collectable items" 'aS'' Former: Resident 9:30-5:30M-F
o: / 9SSaturday. T
'well as the old favorites all for sale 'Stephen A. Rlcharde has been '_'_ 9:304 sets. ,
( in the elaborately decorated / .' Nor, 12th
", selected as a new member becauseof I
Fellowship Hall. Come to the Kitchen outstanding merIt' and accomplishment 9Noon:3Sisters

,the Hearth, the Living Room,. as an American high
Deck the Halls, the Children's area school student it was announced by : Creation

.I or the Boutique for fresh gift Ideas or Outstanding High School Students of
stop in the, Bakery for' ,the best America. gfuJIcuijoncs Jftc !DriUl71Ul4ler's ., OattecttffaQoufmtt '

sweets 'ever. Canned goods,' including Stephen is the son of Mr. and Mrs. e 'Defyhtt .DQ Accents Florist l i
Marba's pickles, and the Henry Richarde Of Pascagoula '

,French Market Bean Soup"mix, will 'Miss., former Starke residents, and CHRISTMAS SHOPPING BAGS ARE IN1U l i DOOR PRIZE
'be featured a",well a$irxjmeroade<,'_the grandson of Mrs. H. M, Richarde N ChUdren' Comer now features '
I/w/ fjellies,and jaJn, :'.Gift ba ke.ts Byicje Tot Starke. 4 street Disney Sesame : Register for a Silk'
: Howdy Doody
Arrangement Your Choice
.! ': e It's worth a trip in to see new infants gifts

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' i ,:\i ,' NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR '?rr3ss4 /ia;t : H' '" .. &V-M-i : *>'%!/&**> && >. U>..
REZONING AND AMENDMENT' l : : < t?,1r/tiTp\th; : $ t >$ < 'N {4J iYiFd : IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH against you and you are, required to
.." OF THE LAND USE PLAN : =:-M,* "" :.y i:: ":t".d" : ::; ':n JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRAD- serve a copy of your written defenses, if

An' ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive >< >''f'I'J! 44ltHt'CI'02'J I ;, N" > ,1t''J. $ -i'i' !< FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA ,any, to It, on whose Eugene address F, Show.If 92)Husband'sattorney. E North
I 'e' ? i ce s'v .
}ond Use Plan Element and "/'F< : Yt<';?J CASE NO. 83 641 CAIn : '' Ternple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091.on .
Re The of"
Mpp by Bradford County Florida In ace $'i.'f''N'9'h'V'p' :i t.q )' t:)+ ", '<>> J--:; :I.\; >. ,kA.t : Marriage or before Dec.mb".12. 1988 and
t ; < r,4)' << : .1<*
cordance with the local GOv.rnm.nt i.-,-.;>><:t"',>,'t ;f k "..jHf'f.\r";; ::Y" :<> <('t>;:.,<:t ?, i<'{:1" ..;,J.>;..,..:ik SAMUEL HUNTER, file the original with the clerk of this
'Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 o* Husband
court either before service on Husband's
,I provided for In Chapter 163 of the hoe been filed against you and you are and f ,attorney or immediately' thereafter;
Florida Statutes.TO required to serve a copy of your written ROSALEE BROCKINGTON 'HUNTER otherwise 0''default will, ,be entered "
All CITIZENS,,Taxpayers and oth.r ZONING NOTICE defenses, If any, to it on'' JOHN McE. Wife. .. against you for,the relief demanded In'' President Grover Cleveland had
interested : 1.1./ JR. has made NOTICE OF ACTIONCONiTRUCTIVE : "first" his credit,
persons. KITE application for MILLER ESQUIRE Plaintiff attorney' ,the petition:. more than one to
You and each of you are h.r.by and SPECIAL EXCEPTION. ESSENTIAL SER whose address i i. 334 East Duval St.; SERVICE:! DATED on this 4th day of"November, He was the first president to marry
herewith given notice In accordancewith VICES, allowed In all classification for Jacksonville, Flo. .32202 on", or,before 'NO PROPERTY 1988. while in the White House,' He wed
Florida Statutes that the Board of Communication antenna and tower to December 8, 1988. and file the original .TO:, ROSALEE BROCKINGTON' ,HUNTER, ''GILBERT: BROWNAs Frances Folson in 1886. He is also
I Cbunty Commissioners of Bradford the Bradford County Board of Adjustment | with the Clerk of this Court either before Residence Unknown Clerk of Court the only president to have served
County, Florida hove designated the on property that I is classified OR-' .service on' Plaintiff attorney or Immediately YOU ARE NOTIFIED ,that an action for ,ControlOS924tchg non-consecutive terms. Both
Bradford County, Zoning and Planning 'thereafter otherwise,, dissolution of marriage has been filed
: 'a
Open Rural and described below: )n/IO-12/1, records have yet to be broken,
Board to candur* a public hearing at a 3,5 Acre, Lot 61. 62. 8 63 of Kite, Default will be entered against you for ,. .
regular meeting held at 7:00 p,m. in the Parcel 0068O-0-00301, Sec. 12, Twn.7 S., the relief demanded In the Complaint of .
Council Room of Starke Hall Storks Petition.
City ,
21 located
Rng. E., 3V4 mile Southwestof
Florida, on Tuesday, November 29,1988, DATED On November 7. 1988.GILBERTS. .
Stork. In Sampson Area betweenC.R.
'and make 0'' recommendation to the City BROWN'
., 227 and C. ,
R. 225.
v w. r .sw
Board of County Commissioner and the Clerk of the Court s
The Bradford County Zoning Board will tM
Board Will consider on Wednesday, Control 08954tchgll.I1211 I
review the application and make a ...
December 21, 1988 at the Commissioners (
Room of the Bradford County recommendation to the Bradford County
Board of Adjustment for their, public
Courthouse, Starke Florida at 7:30 p.m.. REGISTRATION .
hearing to be held at 7:30 p.m..Jn the
on Ordinance relating to: OF FICTITIOUS NAMES
The rezoning of the following described Commission meeting room of City Hall'
I I. the undersigned being duly sworn,, .
I 209 N: Thompson St., Starke, Florida,
property and amending the Com on do hereby declare under oath that the
prehenslve Land Use Plan to providethat Tuesday, November 29,.1988., name of all person Interested In the
land currently zoned OR Open At this time, all person will be heard business or profession carried on under
Rural and designated by the plan of concerning this application, a* specifiedin the name of PHYSICAL THERAPY OF
Agriculture be rezoned to llW-llght In the Bradford County Zoning Codes STARKE FITNESS CENTER;' and the ex.

dustrial and I'designated INDUSTRIAL. Zoning Director' .tent of the Interest of each. I I. as follows:,
described as follows: 2.30 acres, Parcel Itchg 11/10 Florida Corporation.Extent .
04721-0.00100. Sec. 6, Twn7 S.. Rng. 22 Control 0893 of Interest .. 100%' ,,r..4 ..r't' rub I
E.i located one mile South of Starke on I NORTH FLORIDA THERAPY INC. 't i(?
East side of U.S. 301 for Office and ', By Robert Jeremy Fisher Jr.. ,
,Assembling of component parts. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH Pr..ld.nt4tchg'II1.12 '
'You ore further given NOTICE that a JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- /' : .
copy of said proposed ORDINANCE I Isavailable FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA -L- --FORBIDS LA : I ,
for your Inspection at the of. CASE NO. 88-46S-A REQUEST 44L
I flee of the Director of Zoning and Plonn- THE FARM CREDIT BANK OF COLUMBIA. The School Board of Bradford County 1 \ ,. ,
''will sell various buses and trucks on a
,Ing.:City Hall, Thompson Street Starke. Plaintiff .
sealed bid basis on 11/16/88 at 1:00:
Florida Each and every person having any interest ;WARD "J., WAGNER and' MARY' K.' p.nv' ", {' < THE, WEEKS ',FAMILY .
whatever In the enactment of this WAGNER, his wife: CHARLES REDING Vehicles and equipment may b. seen
:proposed ORDINANCE, should appear, and PATSY R. REDING, his wife: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. til
,and be heard at the time and place HERIBERT GOUDREAU and LOUISE 3:30: p.m., at the Operation Center, 519 In Concert
.prescribed. GOUDREAU. his wife: LA COE and ,N. Orange Street Starke, Fla. Phone ,
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PLY COMPANY, INCs and the UNITED. Sealed bids will be accepted until 12

By 0.5.'Brown Itchg 11/10 Clerk I STATES Defendant.NOTICE OF AMERICA, noon.the Bids highest will be opened bidder and at awardedto I p.m. ,Pine Level Baptist Church \ ,

Control 0894 OF ACTION Everything I I. sold as I I.. ,"
TO: HERIBERT GOUDREAU and! LOUISE 7t-hg 113.10ontrol .
GOUDREAU. Defendant and all parties (. 088f! '
claiming Interest by. through under oragainst
". Saturday p.m.
LOUISE GOUDREAU. and all parties ', ;.
claiming to have 'any' right. title or Interest -... ;'1'. 'i I. AI: 1 ; .
In the property herein described. J I.: I"

Ron Denmark PUBLIC Mini-Storage SALE will" hold a YOU to ARE foreclose HERf-BY:'a NOTIFIED,Mortgage that on on the action ,,';,, .Church located 3 miles West of Starke "
sale of '
public : '
'Bin Number 17, belonging to Eugene following.property In Bradford County 'I '' ? *' ,.. : ,, : '
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and Debra Norman: Florida: < .':, on ,Highway ; : ; :
The South 922.4 feel of the SE '/4
Bin Number 64, to foul Bed-> 1 ::'. :-
belonging the SE 1/4 of Section 35, Township 1 : \ ;;
,nor. contents unknown 'to' <,i*!, Rang. 22 East, lying West ol Slate .' .:, -
,Sole will take place at 2111 N. TempleAve. Rood 100. In 18th-century: England, eyeglass I
., Slarke. Fl.. on $Saturday Nov. 12 lese and Except: all existing' rood and ** were often worn purely a* No Charge for ,Concert i'ls. ,
1988 of 9 00 a m. '2lchg. 1 11310' fashionable .
right of wuy. Sold' lands inntuirtin<| 2 accessories, not as aids : (
Contro acre, more of less are located in Bred to ,,1..lon- '

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Tornado Offense Explodes Against Tough Newberry for 42 Points': ,

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The Tornado offense exploded fora ing game really coming together for clean BHS jersies{ began to show up, Some Newberry' backs had good the ,Newberry 11 yard line. Then PC-;''''P' 1-.a '.U.I
42-0) shutout of a tough Newberry the first time this season. on the field but BHS kept driving the angles on Reed it appeared, to pre: came RB AI Jones usually .seen Punts 714 t.31
eleven before a good, but not a "It's about time. We've been football, scoring once and fumbling vent a touchdown but none could relieving at defensive end or rover Inmbln-l.s., ..) 71Panamaayarda
sellout,crowd at Bradford Field last working on it long enough," said the once when QB Sheffield got pummeled catch the 188-pounder as he back, to show his speed with an 11 4-44 t-71
Friday night, Nov. 4. head Tornado. The offensive punchwas at the Newberry eleven. thundered down the Newberry yard touchdown run around left end. seamsummary I ,
It leaves the BHS eleven 8-0) So far a big surprise.The BHS cbaches The first BHS score was set up by, sideline to make it 14-0 with 8:23: remaining -* BHS was up 42-0) 'With over five Dents I) 1..1ord Prancla.HighClint, .kick.It .. and,>'yard run I"
and facing Nease High at home this didn't expect It. the Tornado defense when defensive in the second quarter. minutes left to play. 1...lardClln* '!..<, 11 yard" run. iPi,
'Friday Nov. 11. The final game and The Newberry team, except for tackle Keith Jenkins recovered a Newberry still ran what amountedto Franc, .kick.
will the 'the same low punt at the Newberry eight ., ,,_ ..,_ ... ...
toughest test for the Tornadoes quarterback, was snap a.7-4 defense leaving the deep- -r -- P' It 1. Bill Ho"'lIt "yard rtlura ol
be on the road Nov. 18 at Santa Fe bunch who beat the Tornadoes, 9-7< yard line. Running back Clint Reed pass open. Plus, a Tornado fumble sradtad Hill, 7 It 7' 42 .MM..'....pll.... KP Prancla.kick,'
High In Alachua. last year. went over on second down from allowed Newberry to keep posses- n .wb.rry. Nigh fI I '1 I I 4) radium-. aqua, Snafflald, 10 yard' nln.art .
It was 28-ft at the half. So So worried was Coach Hurse, that seven yards out for the first TD with sion a long time. INS NMrrY frinclt,.kick..
dominating was the BHS wing-T run- he devised a race-horse offense 4:39: remaining in the first period. Newberry' struggled"offensively pint Dawns I 1au.Nin OB I IraateraV*.."!.Shalllald.TI II D..I..7..y..d.IP'Prancli. kick..passram
ning attack ,that Newberry had which lined up after the briefest of Then'came anotner is: yara penal- then,getting one first down on a BHS Yards .H" 'U7 .> BradfordMtj AI Janaa, 11-yad' run IPiPranclt.
everybody up close to stop the run, huddles, once getting two plays off ty against BHS for another late hit ofi'enside penalty, but fumbling. I.ssm/Yard. 'f0 2. ..kick., .
and ignored the pass. Tight end Ed with about 12 seconds between. Idea on a punt return, which pushed BHS twice under hard BHS pressure. ._. ----
Douglas caught a touchdown pass was to tire Newberry out. back to the Newberry 29 midway; of After another Newberry punt,
with nobody near him for an easy It was a hard-hitting football game the second period. BHS again took over, at the
score. against an experienced Newberry Suddenly Clint Reed popped Newberry 42 yard line With QB CLEAN
The pass 'was open but Coach, team with good size and speed 'through the fine of scrimmage beta John Berry in the game and running
bavid Hurse put the football in the Coach Hurse took starting ween right tackle and right end, cut back Clyde DeSue carrying for 12,1, ,,,
air only twice, keeping the footballon quarterback out early in the fourth to the outside,and then turned on the 1,7, and 4 yards plus RB Pittman
the ground with his win k-T run period. Beginning in! the third,period, speed for a 71 yard touchdown run., had one run of 6 yards, BUS,was,on SWEEP

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High, 0-8, of ''the Ponte BHS won 10-7 last season on a cold season which almost beat B'HS. Quarterback Vince Hurst' No.12 .
Vedra-Sawgrass area in north: ''night\ at Nease High, recalls Coach Nease throws the football more '6-0,196-11, is an average passer who Blow It ant, Mr* ,, walk the (
St.Johns County, comes to Bradford David Hurse; The Panthers tied the than any team BHS has faced this throws mostly medium length .ay cordlttt way ,
High for game number nine of the game up 7-7 on a long pass still In the season... passes to the wideout and slot man, 1 150 mph m..lmum'oclly
1988 season at 8 p.m. tomorrow night :air when time ran out. BHS kicked a Store Managers Assistant Weight fernln '
Managers 2-cycl, ASSEMBLED,
(Friday Nov 11) at Bradford Field. field goal in overtime and held
'The trouble for BHS will be keep- Nease on about the two inch line for Sales, Associates Onf-ytar limited warranty ,
ing the'players concenctrating on, 'the win. 99
,winning this game,rather than look- Nease runs from a wing-T forma- Sunshine Jr Stores Inc. national leader in the conveniencestore POWER BLOWER 12 g' |
ing past Nease High to the final tion,uses a slot,a wide receiver,and Industry has store manager, assistant manager and MODEL! 420
game with 8-1 Santa Fe High whichis tight end many times on the same sales associate positions available for qualified applicants.
slated to be the biggest battle for side of the field,.The Panthers throw Sunshine Jr. Stores.Inc. offers: WHILE '
the 1988 Tornado eleven. the football a good many times a SU/PLy'i.ASTS
Nease,a team made up of juniors, 'game, mainly to No. 88, Alan Flexible full and part time schedules: '
has been in some ballgames, says .Brewer 5-11,191-12 who lines up at Company training program _
Tornado Defensive CoordinatorMike tight end on the strong side, at Excellent starting pay. based on experience and education ulcm PRO
Sexton. "They've played some wideout and in the slot. Brewer,who, .Retirement program
good football.'We have to play some has 'il56 career catches was the _
decent football says Coach Sexton. receiver on the last second pass last a Medical/Ufa and disability
a Advancement opportunities and morel

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offense 1 is really starting to DE Jimmy Long leads the team in 864-5745. 064-8568 Hwy. 21 North
gel Coach David Hurse after .tackling with 81 so far this season. 473-0233
looking at game films. .' LB Bill Hamilton has 76 tackles, [ ] ,
R. I I At participating dvalan' For naarait uurca.ot ott", call ((912)) 342.139a'TNigpan: ,
DT Keith
BHS dominated Newberry'offen. ( 'Jenkins 75, LB Travis l ITnidPCfll: Dwtribulora Ins, Bo 888. Tllton, OA 81793. Wa Cuarantaa adaquala Mock at,
sively and defensively: Long 73;DE Chris Dinkins 54, Sam 1 r '- advartiMd price
The split, the distance between the' linebacker Dane Clark 47. An Equal Opportunity_Employer ,
offensive linemen were closed down -
some, which helped prevent
penetration by Newberry; says Of,;, '
tensive Line Coach Lanie Clyatt.'
And,'BHS tackles Keith Linzy andd Terwil1egilr
Derrick Long did a good job holding
'out the Newberry linemen.: '
And,Newberry helped by not stunling '
much in the first half. Motors is
It added up to domination by the :
,Tornadoes:With Newberry up on the
line of scrimmage BHS still gained

,3,4, or yards per carry,
Coach Nurse says the BHS offensive -
linemen are more enthusiastic the
now and in better physical condition, on Toughest Pickup
since the race horse offense has been
'put in. In the race horse game, the, 1M FORD I
offensive tries to run plays'each IS
seconds or less. With plays coming anywhere. . .
that often, the defense must line and
play. The defense doesn't have timeto
get signals from coaches on the

sideline.The Defense...,, 88
f'i'm' real proud of the defensive;, .
effort we had," says Coach Mike :
,Sexton, the defensive coordinator."I nger'.S'I'
thought we'played a .super
'game," Coach Sexton says of the
Tornado defense which met six of its i : I'
,eight defensive goals: Only .. : f.fl'
Score or set up a score. fA
I Linebacker Bill Hamilton ran back a ,
pass interception for a touchdown.DT or
Keith Jenkins blocked a ,field
goal, setting up a touchdown; .'
;-Give the offense the,football.in # 95 88
'good field position. 138 1/2 Escort CX

-Force four turnovers, Newberry
l had seven fumbles, losing three ,

ed20..-Allowing' no first'downs inside, th- permonth, Only'69-95

-Allowing no pass over 20 yards.
DE Jimmy> Long and,,DT'' Keith'
Jenkins led the Tornado defense in
tackles and assists' 7-3 each and
were named defensive.linemell of *
the'' week. Jenkins also .blocked a <
1 5995 per
/'field goal attempt. r
'The defense Came right back from ;month
the open date and picked up where it
,left off;: says Coach Sexton. The
defense held Newberry after a fum-

ble turned the football over on the 13 1988 ,, CadillacFleetwood -+. .. 1988, Bronco,
1988 Cougar ,
yard line. DE Chris Dinkins> got '
through and made the stop for, no 'Brgh 4x4 )XLTV8

game on third down'and one., Al Only 3,500 mllti, ttbr Leather. interior, loaded ;'Auto, Trailer Towing
Jones came through on fourth and Interior, absolutely! loaded '

.one.. The defensive secondary,' did. 'a 277495 21,995'WOVir 12,995 Only *17,495 I.:
good job. Newberry completed only Only
7,of 22 passes, the longest for nine
yards. Safety is Trammell Jones; ",. Aerostar'I I 1987 Bronco II ;
and 1987 Bronco : :
cornerbacks are Lance Wiggins -1986
Terry Berry '' 4x4 Speed
; 4x4 XLTVS. 7 Passenger. Autos Air ,
':, Air Cond.. PS PB
Auto,.Loaded, .. .. Speed/Tilt .. AM/7VC Cassette

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show great promise: 1986:. Bronco' 'II' 1984 'Bronco II 1987., Bronco II:
The second round -was ,
opponent XLT .
first seeded Gainesville High School 4x4 Speed ?;. 4x4 XLT ,
who had won over the Tornadoes in a SpeedRllt4x4. PS. PB Air
dose contest a week earlier. Air Cond.Sp..dlTlh" Auto.. Air PSPB, CassetteOnly'5,495 Cond., Tutone Paint Extra _
This tournament match was a Tutone Paint Sharp, .
repeat of the close loss, by scores of '' Only'11,495
7-15, 15-7,13-13.: Only 8,695; .
"In the first game, we weren't
together at all. It took the first game "to. "1986 "Ford 'F150 GMC ;1987 F150'
1986 1500
for us to get warmed up." coach 1984 F150'
Diggs said. "In the third game we '" XLT Larlet. < .,PB'Great
'came from behind to tie the score at rU1, WB.''Air cbnd, PS. PB. '139 ; :W.B. 117 WB. Air,Cond, PS.

11,again at-12,and a third tie at 13.!" hunting' truck PW.spaeatUtofibargiaasr111, >> Xea ,Clean
In the end two consecutive serves by p '
GUS, not returned, gave them the t9,9,9:5 'Only 5,995, Only 7,995
5,995 :
win and the match. Only' only. ', ,
,The team will lose three seniors ,
this year, but coach Diggs is hopeful After 4500 Rebate using Rebate as Down Payment "After 1300 Rebate and using Rebate as Down PaymentTERWILLEGAR ,f- .I
that with input from the Junior Varv .
sity "we will be as strong next yearas : '
we were this year.
-This was the strongest Junior varsity '
team we have ever had, the
coach said. The JV's lost only 4 or 5 964-7200 473-FORD
matches all year, and had,a very 371-1096 388FORD'MacksonvUle "
good winning season. Stark 'i' Keystone Hgts .
The Varsity team also had a winning -= Gainesville /
season,' placing' 4th in the 209 W. Madison State Road 21.
district, with a 9-7 regular season
record, increasing to 10-8( 'in.,, the
district tournament.


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Army Paratroopers Stage Mock
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.\j ', "Invasion" at Keystone's AirparkBy
.',/ ." ,, Mark Frledltn .ground but assumed menacing pro-
"' 'It .flfl portions when they reached the
) : : BCT Staff Writer
I\I( ;{ ) ;; ground fully armed and ready to assault -
'I, J'I' Over 400 U S, Army paratroopers with
; the M-16
f( \,,:i,,,' members of the elite 82nd Air bo mo and "enemy airport"
M 6O machine
': ,:/"" Division that participated In the invasion guns.
f,) > ,' of Grenada took another Sounds 'of gunfire filled the air as
.:; ",' :. the friendly forces hit the groundand
:\ ; ,f'' "military obJecUvelast Thursday bundled their chute
._.:.".'..: ," 'I" ... when they "captured" the Keystone, so they would not be up spotted by enemy
; .. Height Airport In special exercise
oJI ; :.,', -I(; 4 ,.\ a f forces.' Advancing slowly but
} ,w" .. ;
,li 'I''," designed to test the readiness of men
,' 111'A'F" : \: '):.;" ;n', and machines surely over the field next to the air-
'' i ,I :, ['I( ,: 't'm" >. .; Four giant black C-141 aircraft port they quickly overwhelmed a
?; "enemy" force and secured two
: : swept over the large runway complex
vital of ,
areas the
,' and any runway
;: .' \ ,, disgorged streams of paratroopers airstrip Itself and,the fuel tanks,pr.
,4 \';' from doors on the sides of the
,' ." aircraft. storage area. ,
\, "J" The exercise demonstrated the flexibility .
,. ': 0 .
',,' '; "' / ; ..to' ", The soldiers looked tiny insignificant i of the U.S. airborne forces
.. as they were swept into
, whichSoldiers should make
; ( the slipstream alongside the huge an-i_potentialSee
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Members of the US. Army's elite S2n4 Airborne Division are shown at the and Into the slipstream at 3,000 feet altitude.: Advance...
,:''. ,:'I, ,":,. _moment of_truth In each mission when they leap from their C141 aircraft The mock Invasion exercise was conducted at the Keyston Heights Airpark. Paratroopers captured .en m)* .positions when they hit the ground. I

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; I\ ,: : Soil Conservation, Service Sets Workshop for Area Farmers; Su-El's Retirement Community

. ,i I':.;>{/ ,;,1': The Bradford Soil&Water Conservation -. Potash & Phosphate Institute in County Agents-Bradford,'964-280, SCS Offices-Bradford '96+6280. ptlr.m.nt' Community 'I B.llrm.nl Homa
I ""'::'1' ;' ., District will host a workshop Atlanta will discuss Maximum ext. 209{ Union 496-2321; Baker, ext. 289', Union 496-3183. ; ,,Baker,) I A small mlrwTwntcormunliy' In Itito snail community. w.'
.,: .'<:. "" on ."Crop Production Systems' Economic Yield a computer program 259-3520 259-2716. al Su.EI a w.I y alto luv Su Ert FMIwrwit
I ?1' ii,;> 'I'' Wednesday, Nov. 6, at Lakeside to evaluate the most profitable'yield -- --- "_renal or room(f..Ml Hem*. A KcwiMd grouphonw
I t '! Lake Butler. acre.Environmental. can ImfafMnoinf Mniora.. Rto i/ tor smtas tlw l n..dMfetano .
:'j"i i t,1 Community Center per .
" a quill iMIne! *lh a *wtlh supav Ion,
I>;(.i.t! SWf.;;" The program will begin at 930uw issues dealing
with water will be of interestto HOME LOANS ttorrlla..tmo.prtara M8iEtH I W*glv.pwMnaNzMl car*
., ,. tS a.m., and the $10 registration fee quality _ottaf toutingutIIMM 24 hr uprvali
i 1i\r/f\ { 4\I() {I"; s will' include coffee refreshments local government field represen- ,maid and laundry teundty .rvio*.day,w*.K,
I ';:cvV-t",\ :;! ;" barbecue lunch and a workbook of tatives of ASCS SCS Extension and Refinance Purchase Construction 2nd MnloNiKlh a 24hr. long tot m nay,CwntMnurttnlnj
\ I>'JM'/'*'" J <. reference materials. Water Management Districts. Also uaL,lint aid tPBInliml
,, .:',''', \ The workshop Is being coordinated discussed will be environmental; Mtgs., Conv,,,V.A.; Fixed Rates A.RM.'s --ar 1468-2619 alt "
'. with specialists from the Potash and pacts of fertilizer application and
1 mile South on S.R 325, Hampton, FL Sue I.ottWalkei
> water and sod
f Phosphate Institute University quality issues production. -
.'' ;/ ," Florida< ,and Auburn University.It is 'Harold K. Davis'

,i V\.(.,,rfv .,,. being held forjtbe farmer;rancher,. Local fertilizer dealers are Invited Lic.'Mortgage Broker
',,'" i' hay producer and vegetable grower to have display and be available to .
b :;'i:'1r.I;!L!" who wants more information on answer questions.All 964-7083
JW'IIr' /:; ,c*I evaluation of soil tests fertilizer requirements those planning to attend are Ii CONCEALED FIREARMS
./ ( :]', (as related to ,yields) asked to notify one of the following Office located In Longchump Homes Bldg. I 1/2 mile S on U.S. 3O1 i '
f ?({ I ,:.," ( and. profits. Dr Thompson' of the offices so that preparation for lunch .CLASSES
::i:.Ji',(.,>," :.maybe made 1

I {,:,t"Veterans!\ Day Celebration Set LIFE HEALTH DISABILITY j i Instructors Licensed affiUated Instructors with NRA and

Groups or Individuals \ Criminal Justice and:Training
,:.1(;,.,';' The American Legion Post No. 56 and friends. J Commission :fee
:\,1/, .. has scheduled a Veterans Day The breakfast will start at 7:30 4 Certificate Issued
';\,}a. \ \,s\:.i breakfast at the Post Home on Ed- and continue through 9 a.m. Eggs = Upon successful completion of per person
'It.j\ j/{ ;Plh, ward's Road, Friday morning with sausage and bacon, grits. class.t .
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'!':" '"I '''I, float and all veterans, families and coffee and doughnuts will be' .t CALL 964-2352 OR 431-1301
,,' ,,'\'pfl" 'friends are welcome. There is no available until the memorial ser .. ''I. "
",,'" \ :.' charge for breakfast Come and enJoy vices at the Veteran's Memorial gun'' .7826't.}t._ <: '282-7665 .
fellowship with other veterans mount at Walnut St. and U.S. 301. 96 : ,
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Page2R TELEGRAPHTIMES&Io.IToIt' --RSFf11ON: {November, ,Hl.TtKH

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Col. Rogers is Blanding Commander:..
Busy Highway... '
I LTCP( James E. Rogers middle, .Is being congratulated: by Adjutant
i' SIL:16: Gets General Robert Esslm of Florida State Headquarters, St.Augusllne,
: ;. ImprovementsMajor following Change of Command ceremony recently! held at the Post
Headquarter Armory at Camp Blanding. .
LTCP) Rogers was named Post Commander of the Camp Blanding
shoulders and
improvements on State on each side extending """,v'of the Florida. Nationi! | f r.unril' MKcredlnK('OL..eo Lorenzo, left.
Rofld. 16, between the Starke city culverts for additional safet)"r.
limits and County Road 225. have During construction, .motorists
begun by the Florida Dept of ,should expect delays with lane, STARKE RADIATOR & TRANSMISSIONS INC,
Transportation.The 'closures occurring for short perioddof
Comer Hwy 16& 3O1 661 N. Temple Ave. Starke
: work will entail adding two time possible, an alternative
., feet of pavement to. each driving route should be taken. 9646810MOST
lane for standard 12-foot lanes and Bids are scheduled to be taken in (,
resurfacing the existing pavementto May 1989 to resurface and add,
eliminate rutting and provide p shoulders on SR 16 from CK 225 to V.
smoother riding surface the Union County line. Work could '4.' 'I I i\'J\ .
Anderson Columbia Co., of''Lake possibly start in)''July' 1989 on that' .', WORK lP!
City,is under contract to DOT to perform section.
the work' and began Oct'31. Currently, annual traffic,counts LirJ J 1-DAY
The work is expected to be ,completed 'recorded 4,265 vehicles traveling on SERVICE'
within six; months SR 16 daily just north of the city
limits while ,3,080 vehicles day
The $1.3 million project will also per
include ,adding l 4-foot wide paved were recorded lust north of CR 225 lIE SERVICED

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The Starke/Bradford 'County CRYOVAC GOLDKIST
Chamber 'of Commerce Christmas HARDEARNEDDOLLAR -
Parade.Committee Chairman Steve
"Futch' said the Chamber's" annual &WHOLE 1YOUNG-N-TENDER
Christmas Parade has been scheduled "
for Saturday,Dec., 10 beginning' at
10 a.m. .
Following the Christmas'Parade WHOLE'
several events have been scheduled
at Santa Fe' Community' College ,
Starke Center. Among these will be
performances by the Courtney k -- HAMS
,School of Dance, the .Santa Fe FRYERS
Drama Club,'a mini-concert by the
'. BHS Band and presentation of
'" trophies to Moatwinners..
Medical Explorer Post 460 will be
selling hot dogs and hamburgers for
hungry participants and spectators
To add to the' day's festivities,
there will be free horse-drawn car QQI
riage rides from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.,
during which time downtown mer-
'chants will. ,be holding Open! House
entry forms may be pick'
ed up at the Chamber office at 201 S.
Walnut or call 964-5278 for more in \ % 41 15-18
,,formation. > LB.
Trophies will be given to the top } AVG.;
three floats who observe the parade '
theme- Christmas in Strawberry
Land. The awards will be presented d
immediately following the parade, LB.
'which downtown is scheduled Starke. to "take place in. flPjLB.V ViiI: '

Interested clubs, churches and

.. c other organizations are encouraged }
.to begin apian for their entry for the r
parade.A\ schedule of events and
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The new,. innovative' Florida EVERYDAYRICE EVERYDAY
Prepaid College Program that will LOW P ;k.:') 'I I
guarantee payment; of 'a, child's I
future education costs at a fixed JIFFY
price today, was' unveiled. AISf I Spt i npr I ,
September 22 by Governor Bob Martinez n I Iuier
I u
in Tallahassee.The ...lJ....
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program will allow parents,/ u n+i I I.f
grandparents, relatives or others to ,.
prepay a child's education at one of ,
Florida's nine state universities or 1 I I j
28 community colleges at predetermined 6J.-
rates, lower than those at the:
time, of future enrollment it is said
The program has a wide variety of
convenient payment plans ,"that I
have been tailored to meet the needsof
varying' family, financial cir, VERYDAY [ EVERYDAY
cumstances," explains Stanley G. LOW PRICE
Tate chairman of the seven LOW PRICE
member Florida Prepaid Postsecon-,

dary, Education, Expense Board '
which administers the program. .
The new program overcomes the L'
college cost spiral through a variety
of affordable plans pegged, al
today's college expense levels Per.
sons may purchase two or four year,
of education in lump-sum amountsor IVMVMY lOW PIIICI IV MY BAY LOW PIIICI
smaller payments may be spreac ALL VARIETIES ALL VARIETIES SNAK PAK

'over may as be many transferred as 18 years to, Contract a child't COCA DEL MONTE L_ ASTOR THAN GROCERIES ON YOUR LIST .

brothers or sisters and the value ol COLA PUDDINGS COFFEE. QUA FRESH
a contract may be transferred to an) -
accredited independent college nl r TOOTHPASTEISc .
,university in Floilud. $ -'
The cost of a college etluculiuit it I ggo gge REGULAR ADC or '18-OZ., _
Increasing dramatically In this 2-LTR.. "-Pt<. ELECTRIC PERK 'VAC'' -. [ ,
decade alone the average annuul. BTL. PKG BAOJ OFF LABEL
tuition for Floirda state colleges anduniversities REGULAR or ".&-oZ.
\ has increased more TARTAR.CONTROL, TUBE
than 53 percent, according to PLAIN..IODIZED ALL VARIETIES .

Chancellor a child Charles decides Reed.If to enroll. in an BUSCH SALT. .' . &' 5 GATORADE. r ; or CONDITIONER.. Rr 98

out-of-state college or university, REGULAR(2
paid into plan will be ",'" ; 'tT -; BEER FISCHER CRACKIN GUARD
money the .. .. \' .$ 1791.5lit. GOOD'o RIGHT
refunded less a i 94c
The program is one of the first in : BLACK PEPPER \11& ICOCONUT BARS. 110': ANTIPERSPIRANT.. iS

the nation. It provides for either s- I(.$221 LOW SOfMUM or REOULAR.
lump sum payments or a variety of 12-01. DEEP SOUTH C'; CRACKIN GOOD AQ|c MASSENGILL TWIN 41

tuition monthly and payment dormitory|,,ans costs to for prepay any. CANS PANCAKE SYRUP 'ft"IVIHTMY : 99 GEORGIA CRACKERS. ?o: 9CiIVMYBAY DISPOSABLE DOUCHE ''Mt $1

child up to college age. ,fees ALL VARIETIES LOW PHICi LOW PIIICI VMVMY LOW PftlCI
Tuition", and some are '
available..Books,Meals and student r SMOOTH DEEP or SOUTH CRUNCHY .roe'*--. MUELLERSSPAGHETTI SCOPE
health and
activity, laboratory
athletic fees are not included. ,,,,,,, I PEANUT BUTTER MOUTHWASH
Interest will not be paid onj
refunds. Participants requesting a MuglIlTL.
refund will receive only the amountof nu n... $1149.
money they have paid into the program '18-01. .$347
less a cancellation fee of $50. JAR 16-01 PKO, 32-01.BTL.,

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Robbery Suspect Caught Local Officers
Involved, in 4-Hnur Th
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'<, A four-hour chase Sunday morn prehend the suspect at Jackson and with the barrel, /and demanded he revolver.)
ing and early afternoon by many Water Sts. at which time the officer get into his van. Boree said he was a The suspect took off While Short was checking the Arrested was Jerome Rudolph
area law through the woods again. driver of the car for Lennon, 31, of Starke who faces at
enforcement officers, received a minor cut on the arm Christian and he was not afraid of weapon the Injured -
whiih could have resulted in possi from the handle of'.his service the gun and would not get into. his While searching the area Officer suspect fled in the city patrol least six felony charges from both ci-
ble death and many more injuries, revolver as the suspect snatched: the vehicle. After several attempts with, Short came upon the, suspect attempting car heading south on Col. ley Road. ty and county authorities. Lennon
was calmly ended with the arrest of gun from Lee and fled through the negative results Boree said he told Bradford to leave in a car. from T e service revolver was later was taken to Bradford Hospital for
the suspect, Jerome Rudolph Len- woods. his wife to get out of the vehicle, driver Hospital. Not knowing the. found on the ground in the parking the eye injury and later transportedby
While searching the woods, shots placed his wife's shawl (that he was was. an innocent bystander; lot. Rescue to ,Shands Hospital in
non.City Short told the two '
to exit the
police were dispatched to the were heard from the area behind the carrying) over the gun, gave the car men car Gainesville where he will undergo'
Tenneco and When the driver did hot get out, Deputies Starke Police Officers, and be returned to Starke.
Station on US-301 in Starke. Presbyterian Church where Deputy' keys to the man and told him he Short Florida surgery
at 10 a.m. Nov, 6 where a lone black Lee had again encountered the ''could have the vehicle but please'don't was concerned about the pistol Highway Patrol Troopers,
being with the driver. The suspect the FHP Flight Crew and a dog team Related...
'male had demanded money from the suspect at which time his patrol car hurt anyone. Lennon,'continued to,walk towardOfficer from Union Co.rrectionallnstltutlo.n,, Drug
clerk, threatening her With a razor. was fired upon. As the suspect attempted to start Lemon's father, Rev. Levy Len-
While enroute to the scene Officer Two residents, Mr. and Mrs. A.:C''. the vehicle the deputy arrived and halt that Short he as under Short told him to converged the combined on the scene and through' non, also of Starke, said the. incidentwas
M. T Short heard Boree of Villas, leavIng was arrest. As he after finding result of
Deputy Eugene Heritage were Boree thought his problems were a drugs.
attempted to look Inside the abandoned
Lee had made contact with the for church when they were approached over However, when the suspect knocked car,the, road patrol car,on the dirt Rev. Lennon said his son had call
suspect at the the
suspect who. had fled from Tenneco by the suspect. According fired at the patrol car no shots were Short held. A shotgun St. in near ditch woodyard on SB 13th ed him Saturday at his church in
struggle ensued and a
a of
when a customer came in to Boree, the man pulled a gun on fired back since Deputy Lee was being the struck began.The the; area Hastings, His son said he could not
suspect was in the
Deputy Lee him, poked Boree in the stomach service eye suspect was found by Acting get his back
attempted to ap>- fired upon with his own with the butt of the shotgun. Chief Bill Reno in a briar patch, estranged wife's'car
from a man as a result of a drug deal

,.....=- -/-.-,....-- and that he needed$30. Rev..Lennon
.' .": : "" returned to Starke and gave his son (
-. -- ....., ..."' ... the,money and though. the problemwas
C I solved.
&AJfr j '0 '" \I'' \\II! ',; Rudolph Lennon 'said when he

I .. I ru '\ went to get the car the man said the \
,:"" #;.- D I I II' $30 was not enough and, he needed
: / ,
r j;-rA more money.
''-. I 1//; Rev. Lennon's concern not only for
1",1 I 1CH his son but for the residents of
I, t l E / i ,I Starke, particularly' the Reno area,
.......... J, is that the drugs (crack cocaine) is
: BONELESS I. w 11\1"\ F ruining lives1 and daily causing pro
"" '" '" : Acting Chief Reno told'' Rev. Lennon
WHOLE WASHINGTON STATE RED ', that he would be available to
HICKORY SWEET GOLDEN ,'meet with the citizens in the area at
or any time, any place and assist them
(in any way to fight )the drug pro
"Only if the citizens get Involved
S wilt:we be able to Clean-up the drug
traffic. We need co-operation from ,
0 = STRIP the people In the area who care
: about A better neighborhood,",said
Chief Reno. Speaking for the Police
Department Chief Reno said his
men care,are concerned. and willing
to work with organization or
group of people to accomplish. ,the
task of eliminating drugs. ,

0 Assisting officers in the Sunday incident "
included Gordon Smith,Jerry ''
Feltner, Susan Wilkerson,. John ','\.
Dempsey, David Aderholt, Doug ', "
York, Harvey. Rhoden Sammy
PRICES GOODTHURS.WED" Eunice, Barry 'King,.Danny Pear
sony Don Dean Calvin Pace, David
14-16 NOV. 1016, 1988 ,Goodner Randal Allen,. James E.
LB' 'QUANTITY MIGHTSWIMMO4III Barber; Francis Burnsey. and an
AVG.' RESERVED :; assistant with UCI dog handlers
ItOACfl. ,
M -t W All agencies spoke of
cooperation once communicationwas
LB. LB. SLICED LB. established

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Promoted in Army

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BACON. Le. 98 STRIP STEAKS '. LB. $497.KIWI. FRUIT a .3 FDA $100 has been promoted in the U.S.,Army 'I
to the rank of private first class. I':
Tyer is a medical specialist withthe '
,lIe is a 1987. graduate of Ed White
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Obituaries '
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Ernest Wilbur Allen Clyde Manning John Markus In Memory Card hanks and ford Hospital their employee Jones Funeral. Rev; Home Leon

Ernest Wilbur ADen 65,of Starke, Clyde Manning,83,of Starke(died John Markus 68, of Starke died Allen DeSueNovember The family'of Ernest W. ,Allen Odom and Rev.Gene Bass and his
'died Thursday,Nov. 3. In BradfordHospital Monday,Nov.7 in Bradford Hospital. Sunday at Whispering Pines Care 9.1981 ,would like to express their heartfelt .
following an extended Illness. following a brief Illness. Center In Starke, following an extended thanks for the many gifts of love expressed congregation.was great,but these pea-
Born Dec. 11, 1904 In Raiford illness. For God to loved the world that He by flowers food, and many pie made It easier to bear and for
Born Oct. 7, 1923 In Sanford Fl. ((Bradford County), Mr. Manningwas A native of Metropolis, Ill., Mr, gave His only' begotten Son that kind gestures. that we are truly thankful.
Mr. Allen was a lifelong resident of a member of Airpark,Baptist Markus retired as a trick driver. He whosoever believe In Him shall not Special thanks to Dr.Pete Gianas Jewel JOYce Peggy Sue
Starke. He was a Veteran of World Church and was a retired dry was a member of Pine Level Baptist 3:18 perish but have everUUng life. John .the- .wonderful... ....nursing-- ...-staff-at..-Brad __. Aad FamilyMOBILE
War H In the U.S. Navy, a former cleaner with New Method Cleaners. Church. Serving in the U.S. Army -- .-- -
member of the American Legion and I Survivors Include his wile,:'Gracy during World War II,he received the' Love,Your Wife
Vannoy Manning of Starke four, Bronze Star.Survivors. Carrie Lee DeSue
Moose Lodge of Starke and a retired '
merchant and businessman in the daughters, Clydle Brown of Include his wife Mary __ _. --I -e'- -
grocery business. Tallahassee, June Pulford) of Atlan- Alvarez Markus; a son Tommy of
Kerosene Heaters
Survivors Include three tic Beach Charlotte Hendrix ofJacksonville Ft. Myers; a daughter June
daughters, Jewel O'Neal Joyce Beach and Faith Ann Krueger of Dyer Ind.;two brothers Cleaned andRepaired .
Johns and Peggy Sue Nettles/aU of Tyndel of Tampa;'three sons,JamesC. Roy of Tallahassee and Lowell '01 HOMESPECIAL. ;
Starker one brother David Woodardof and John H. Manning both of Utica:Mich.' a sister Mildred Ox- .. .
Starke; two sisters Susie Glisson Starke Pandy L. Manning of enfield of Metropolis; and four Get'em ready for wlnterllNovember" i
Wallace of Starke and Emma Keystone;one brother Collie Mann- erandchildren. ; _
Grover Pearce of Lulu; five Ing of Starke;, two sisters, Beulah ,
grandchildren Special'$17.eJ _
and Esta Underhill of Services were Tuesday Nov.
Tudy and Timmy 0 Neal HOME 3 T.qN'
Kim Nettles Andy and DanielJohns Starke; 18 grandchildren and 9 Sat Archie Tanner Funeral Home of MOBILE $ ..19t:.
with burial in Conner Parts AIR I '
all of ,Starke; two great- ,greatgrandchildren.Graveside Starke CENTRAL Inatall.d'l lSubjectTo.avallability
grandchildren Ryan and Lauren ,funeral services were Cemetery. A top-notch unit designed
.. Ed's
held Appliance .
O'Neal' of Starke.. .. for mobile home
Funeral services were held Mon Service &: Parts' f1gle-, "d .' Priced from
day,Nov.7 in Grace Baptist Churchof J .
Starke with Rev. Leon Odom and Bradford 310 E.Call St 964-2966 ,'. s
Rev. Gene Bass j -- .
was in Kingsley Lake Cemetery j Chiropractic Center GAS & APPLIANCES .
under the direction of Jones Funeral FLORIDATWIN
'Horpe.! Starke Office 4 THEATREStarke J103 S. WALNUT ST. *STARKE 94-770

'218 Walnut St. .. .
Stephen E.Dorsey 964-5451 -- 7GLQRIA'S
Stepheg Dorsey 21 of Keystone Next to the Chamber of Commerce
Heights,' 5d Friday,Oct.28 in Rotterdam ;9644957PAIN 2.00 SPECIALSat. MUSIC HOUSE (studioINSTRUCTORS
,Holland,following a sudden
,illnes. &Sun 5:00 Showing !RICHARD KELLOGG.6. GLORIA BRYANT
Born Aug. 18, 1967 in Jacksonville, Tuesday Showing1 ,,LESSONS GUITAR, BANJO AND ELECTRIC. BASS ,,-
Mr. Dorsey moved CONTROL '
Heights In 1987. He was a seaman in Headaches T CLOSED Wed. a Thurs. CALL 964-8210 Tuaa-Frl11.7"SunMon102
the Merchant Marines employed by
Crowley Maritime Corporation a' Neck & Arm Starts Fri., Nov. 11.HALLOWEEN.
Mid Back
member of Seafarers International
Union In Jacksonville,and a Baptist. Low Back& LegPurple INJURIES'Wt.a 4 MOSLEY AUTO SALES
Survivors Include his parents, .
Floyd S.and Lynda Crews Dorsey of .. .R.4l.sports ./ THE RETURN OF ''u.s.301 South,Starke,Florida
Keystone; a sister Tracy Dorsey of .
-r/ll.. a P.-.I MYERS [IDI ]
'Keystone; grandparents Floyd G. MICHAEL
Dorsey and Maurine Hail both of llM/l, Aw'AeelMau. We had so much response last week

LaGrange,Ga.,Leonard H.Crews of '. (DR.W.' DAVID SIKES Jimmy said Let's Do ItCALL Again!
Jacksonville Mobley of Yulee.Graveside .and Dorothy.. .L. '. 'DR. RICHARD TULLER I I I SCREEN 'W0Sigoumey 1 I,

,held. Nov. 7 in Keystone Heights, j TIfFTTAMAPPl10AtIICHIROPRACTIC i
;{ 'Cemetery with Dr.E. Winson Butler i I : '
officiating: Arrangements were' CARE WHEN YOU NEED IT'' '
handled by Jones Funeral Home. l'

Thank You .::964-4957''Z4HOUR, BEEPER J Pleas call for $howtlm3O1 s ,

(rOr/ln1h..M.IdR1aaN M4A,.M..A ,
We wish to say' a very special ] F r
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thank you to the'many people who ,DRIVE-IN t r
shared our sorrow. Your Kindness is 1 AFTER 6 P.M.
deeply appreciated and will alwaysbe Gator Western Stake 964-7434 964660086PJVI. '*
Wear CALL' '
remembered by the,family of .
Elsie Childers Howell. Fri. Sat. & Sun ..... 6644289
Hwy 301 S. Starke 964-4809 MON.-SAT.

In Remembrance Of Next, to Gator II Farm Supply FUNNYFARM Jimmy Epps *

Louise (Pandorn) Ladies! Denim Skirts, .. ...... 25% Off [EDI 1986 Pontiac Parisienne tmRoo $
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'. Men's: L/S Shirts.' ,.......". .!.,.,.................20% Off 1986 HUB Chev Do Monte Carlo 1985 BuickLeSabre. LtdV4.Bnrpowr
November after 6,1978; have Men's Terri '........................................,,$19.95 $ss'%C.i:i $6,995 .-M.40r.AhAC.. w> SW. 8 f 800tpo0".wTeCC
Seasons seasons .
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raceufypassed by ''" ,._....., ...; 1986 Pontiac Sunbird 1985 Chev S-10 '
Cay after day the clouds : Come:.se..fl: :(Js Adults. *... -::,990: /'

travel It's been the ten sky.yean since you'll/! Bo Glad You Did! Children' ................... 60* _w.Af.'OC'..Or.,,& r $4,995 I c-wtwave".a._" .agar.. $4,3 95P.c.

RADIO SOUND t..l *M d.m ...MtWi
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You are always in our hearts.We '
Love and miss you... TO ChristmasCOUPON Now for

[Catherine Delma Tony Henry,, '
Pinkeya and Pearlie Mae..
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armed forces. With honor and courage they have banking hours on Monday, Nov. 14. ', l ,,', :

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Students w r' __ )III

Hold' MockElections :: THE.'When. You 'Think Of.


11 Telephones
By Mark Fried Iln SHOP .
BCT Staff Writer ,
'. Students", In Bradford County now. can st.Staifce .
Schools and their teachers used the ,
national election as an educational

opportunity election as.to a hold way their of own teaching mock 964-5764 You Need To Think

students the mechanics of both voter
registration and the actual casting
of ballots ", ,
'Newly elected President decree '
,Bush was the big winner m Btudents.potlng t-- OFFICE SHOP :

patterns rcrirtttrfMhfeStf'Wthelrp -* :',J'r, ". w h s;<"> '>"
rVirtt locally, but It was the ",v jI j// :<
that wusljrnpoftant., even I '
:',,<, '
more so than the eventual outcome.
school students 'at "i (. ,'
Southslde Elementary, Elementary and In, This phone 11I-- 32 Number Memory Dialer {', '' ,'I

Urooker held their own mock elections answers itself! &I Non-stop with true electronic Hold ,.:
with ballot boxes they made ,
1 themselves. 12 Number Memory Dialer lnbi.nl access mamory aial.i /
Plans were even more elaborate at plus oeluk' eltp.rl"" ,. listeningfrom W.dlaon.louCAduilnVO1 l
Bradford Middle; School, where student Remote Answerer lfaiiMM>iiy called numb.. '

the *registration were 111. charge process of everything' In which ., :::.'..'::.-_ G E m Flu your Kilcn.o horn.oi any loom ,

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students were pre-registered with -
YrrM.M Aw M..N -z ( ",
their voter ID cards the voting setup '(frO :. / GM w W-

vided with by Bradford real election County booths, and care pro ";,:",.)", [ (t\\ ;.:I ]I ( t L

ful vote-counting after the ballots '' "
,,: [ ]
,had been collected. ; I-SJI* 1111
I1MS students also went through an \ J
TM*_MMIM.M.M.._...plant BfOtrxMi con.rwrosi
.. .
and made
extensive campaign $135.95 -- Play wuiaf a 4e." 45 45 rr..r $
posters supporting their favorite '., === '=,=: =
pwrwaw o.W.O.rW_1.50'- _... I .,...... .... .
candidateswhich were ,displayed Touch lour Of pwn.uRoa Pw.s alarr a Pw its.M run.nu $ucn U Car "'.
throughout the school. la NIMMW Ht.mery Inckidino.3 en.ipMCftnunilMMa __ .Yrwr_Mid Up r*.*.....*.. n.I.vi.i.r1..wCn.. .Tr..Mots.r.......,,_eIIJ ..45n..orr .t W.-IOUta
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mtittumt .rn.v..y p'''w45mory m.mwy
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VeteransDay \ aral leu..- ......."011'-. .wwch IWd.eM,ol''M numtw*oitu* '
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MalnFone ., Deluxe Desk or ,
11:00,of the eleventh day of the h CORDLESS TELEPHONE Wall .'
Mount Extension :
eleventh month, the hour of the sign? 32 Number : ,
ing of the Armistice to end World Memory Telephone Phone, ;f '
War I in J917, the group will move to ':'t 2-9522 "' : <

,the Veteran's Memorial for the lay- >.. t' [1] ;:;J r
ing of wreaths ceremony in honor of [1 1] I' : ,,(',)' '01,
,all Veterans of all wars. : "
Guest"speaker, for ,this occasion iJ' # ': :

will be Mr. Jim Delzell,' former, I ,I.WrYr.. <' ,
is invited "
prisoner of watt The public C" .. '-,
and urged to attend this memorial '
service for all veterans, both living '... I, .._ i i i .' "
-- 'Tasen' !Ten. .. "
.i -Onung L.ro.eas.nWm .ew
and dead.
""aan.-T'w.-;; ,____....._ I .n.mwr tw__On.wucn R.rw a tau n..mo.r' ,
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;' : 4 Amgai Valwrn.
....._ ___ \ $ KMJalonfl W ftaiwJMI ciwacomyonanla
A Common Bond..., '. ,'ELwa.ror Ie..www .._ 10. .... 95 .........---l\uijge4----. .,
There are over' '2.8 million _"11.--........._. ...._R.aia o$111 m.5.r1.r.I. .. pfomda W r.o..n0. pailwrnaAC.ana f...-., ,
ls.a-5..i..p b_4.pw..in...r..row _trwWa _5045.a ca.a ry OE......,_,..,..(,....,.f CC: '
members in,the American Legion
_,_son.rssn..rr_ r.y.r.aa '
worldwide In about 16,000 Posts. 'F;1 =MeeuN.....,. ..._M.r..W. P.. .
"All veterans, regardless of the war :.",', w....-,NM ..., fYt. peer.adieu t.Ink" IIHKIWI. M handset'Iw went lonluiKcd --r..rt... $34 95
.: s.c&. 95 .. ,, ":""' rnary. .
served share \; ; I. O"E' ar l.ry..r..rs. $54 5./......dlaAnt kkpt/one "
in which a common ...
they '
PCG I litii tar*oo.-raduift Crass ,. 8ei1/t_...bIt '
bond. We have each pledged to v'. ,. .. ,. .
,r ItClWT Ml tM p scy WCIIIll*>,fl mOlM c. u itfMiceibit.itcli i| our comrades, both living and dead, -IWU Nisi.!(Ml.MMlMI"*W. DlIIIII...id'1
that they will not be forgotten, nor .,, .
:will. America forget the sacrifices ", ,'
they made" said National Commander ,"

H. F. "Sparky" Gierke in a \ :' GE Telephones' in New Home Fashion Colors
letter to P<"'" No. 56 Commander', ,
Charlie Scha....,r.. R:
< to complement kitchen bedroom.
your .
Programs. GE
'Youth .. Remote ControlAnswering ,
"While we are concerned about YOUR COLOR CHOICE SWITCHABLE Touch Tone or

America's veterans we also care to fit home decor 'pushbutton Pulse dialing
about America's children," Gierke a I ,Systems. your

continued."Legionnaires!working in, .
Tea Rose
keypad ;'x}
thousands of towns and cities nation- '
wide have turned our concerns into .Grey 8Lighted Redial
positive programs aimed at the Full- featured for only. 11 :White h '" "

wholesome development. of' our E '

young people." 0 "$129.95 REMOTEEEEMRL I 11111 Black '18 ft..cord .-
'In 1988 alone American Legion e. ,If.,'
Posts sponsored ''more than 4,000 FUNCTIONS Blue '. Desk or wallmountable '
baseball teams sponsored more
; .. .,. INCLUDING Almond
than 52,000 Boy Scouts; sent 28,000 .Dual fmc oca MH m -
m'ecIlO"$acwsIy REMOTE"ON- ,
to Boy's State; awarded
young men .....
ores __
more than $2 million In scholar .s."VOX".U''C l'!.' Only TWO-YEAR ???:'i -
ships; and sponsored 5,300 high -
D'.on..n THIS TIME
aUy GEl ..
school students who spoke about the oiling pany .I r-.Ilo .
( Wall mount THIS TIME BUY OB! G r..I.w. tr.
U.S.'Constitution in Oratorical Con- lungiup' $28.98 _
tests, according to the, National .. .tt'clw.v-> ONI-YUS- edapier Includwl '

Commander. During this past year, 'Impoflanl Caller.wtruougn"lot N..r._

American Legion Posts spent more UMIIMIIKIMKingPABXCempMibl ,
than $35 million on children and, '
youth programs, he said.

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face 88 TELEGRAPH,T1MES&MONITOR-B SlCTION November JO,1898Keystone'

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,adversary pause and think twice -
the plane and the heavily'armed
forces which they transported to
Keystone Heights! had taken oT( from
their base In North Carolina just K
two hours before, 1
Whey Keystone Heights?
This airport complex Is perfect for w ,.A f -Mr A J 4 r,
this type of exercise commented A
Executive Officer Drew Young who
was stationed In an observer a area
next to the main commercial
hangars of the sprawling 17OO-plus-
facility which was'built In the early Photos by Mark Fr1edlln ,
years of World War II. The proximity
of the National Guard unit at
Camp Standing which Is located ,
Just 12 miles away and the differ- 30Jlt 3 ,
ence In terrain make this exercisean Crra "'
Invaluable one for our men"
This division, above all has to be \
,ready to strike quickly In the event =--"'\'jIci.Decorate__: -
of an emergency like the situation
that occurred In Grenada and In ..
many respects this facility which Is your homeit '
very large compared to most whichare with autumn colors...* '
located In rural areas Is Unique .
and even similar In many respects Big Thrill... Fall Annuals .
to the situation and the physical .
layout we encountered, In In that'op.' .. Resident and relatives crowded Choose from pansies, snapdragons I I'
eration. the field when the paratroopers petunias &morel ; ,,;
The operation may have gone routinely landed to watch the war game
for these veterans, but It was ,, left 4" Pots 8 8eIE.ARANCESAIE
anything but ordinary for approximately lower )and get some,autographs Only
ISO civilians,'most of them'' (above),,
from Keystone Heights who crowded .
Into the airport for what turned out 1 r (" I"t tV .. ... /
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to be an awe-inspiring show of mill-\ ; "" ." tl ,. E-Z
tary technology' and precision' fly ; ,', \ LANDSCAPE PLANTS SHADE TREES
ing. '
WHEELS' ... Dogwood, Maple Redbud
.. $149'
1 .. -
The younger set Jumped up and 1a g"""n. '"" and morel''

down peered In into excitement a bright while sunny the .adults after 1320<; N. Temple Ave. 3ga11on. _.....v., $ 399, $4 99 ,,,,,, ',. ,
Starke' ,
noon sky for a better look as the four 3ga1Jo' ,. e .".'; ""
dark, sinister-looking warbirds flewIn 964-7783 : :, : ,
from the south and made theirpasses

.SOOfceL at.a relatively low altitude of Buy; Here .'oo Pay Here A TASTE OF THE TOASTY LIFE.........., : ,' I

The soldiers dropping out of the sky We Finance -
were both heavily armed and heav- Our heater service Includes: ";:::1 ',",',.'"
ily burdened each man had a 6O Ib. ,' ;,; .: ..- .. 'ONLY- '
Battery replacement ,
rucksack in addition to his """ ;,:1'w.,' : ...'It ">: '

been weapons.the easiest The jump part}may 6f this In fact mission have,, ,'J...:,.'",1 .... r" .-4'.". Our,,'Cars Mostly' ,Ignltor replacement $249
I. One Wick ,
Owners replacement'f
The soldiers were- to hike to Camp ": '
Blending and go through various ',*: 'i:/,: .."" ., .\ ..." ,.. ,, : New Car Trade-Ins Thorough clean-out ,
training exercises here for a week ,:/{*\ *'"''''''' ''- .' '. :;wI"' iq.;. di tu "I '
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Good on Kero-Sun and units only.
before being trucked to Cecil Field in Toyostove
Jacksonville for the trip back' to I'
"home base" in Fort Bragg. ., ,SlChevPt) POULAN CHAIN SAWS (
The mission to take the Keystone 3 Spd. Nice81EscortLikeNew .(@ Model 2000
Heights Airport was pleasant for the 1 l 16"bar and chain'
soldiers In one significant aspect' ,yJ
They usually make their training This Week's Special 20 cu In engine
Jumps at 2 a.m.in the morning when 'GRIFFIS GaS. '8O Plymouth Supra auto Reg.:169.95 '.$14493 J.
the skies the darkest ,
night are ,' to air, beautiful gold color :
avoid enemy detection. .. \ Model 340O..... SAVE $80.OO
This time they landed and were' ., '" /y Cadillac Sedan Deville, '
,treated like VIP's by the appreciativecrowd PRE-SEASOFMJAS HEATER! loaded, low mileage, one 18"Control tp( bar \ ', :
on hand.Keystone "liI Owner .3.4 cu. in.engine
heights officials were' I Save to 6O% of winter sem) ,
up your \ : jI.i ..
( 83 LTD station
pleased with the way the exercise heating cost. If wagon, 'Reg. 359.95 SALE $27986THE
turned and said like A O A medium
out they would $ size auto., air V6
to have the 82nd back again even if VANGUARD .. X X M 1 extra clean
,It wasn't the biggest moneymakingevent ZONE INVENTED US rooms fcWW d '
ever staged, there GAS HEATER ,Installed: KM Airport Manager Ai Brunson' drives good.. '
said the city was paid a dollar per Ja.Tonk.. from 25 to T.OOO Gallon AVQ a le'T at Florida Pest Control tat
\jumper: or about$375 for the Use of, 79 Malibu station 539 E,Cal St.'! Phone.,964- a9TNOL I
,their facility. The publicity may wagon, .
have been worth twice that in the Bulk Tanks a IlsldsutW loaded,low mllea !e. like new. Open 1 I
future. The money will be added to for Houses 1 FREE TANK INSTALLATION\ e.mi reUl !
other funds which are being used to
and Mobile >Indusbisi l.
Improve the facility a process that
has been underway with some solid. Homes CALL TODAY _. .
achievements for about-five years.
The sprawling facility has three
15,OOO-foot runways lard out In a 30 1 % TO I 50 1 % OFF GRILL PARTS t ACCESSORIES
triangle,arrangement and a modern
lighting system which was Installedtwo FREE[ PAD
years ago It is the biggest land- Xfacane,, [[D*""\t] ; ilegcthr Sunbeam;
ing 'area complex' between the
municipal airports In Jacksonvilleand TOLL FREE 1.800.3&80834Starb
Gainesville and has been
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28-Year-Old, Starke Man, Arrested After High Speed Chase

,. A 28-year-old Starke man was apprehended ble robbery suspect Officer Gordon patrol car.Jones morning mam, give me your iuuu,>, Jones was taken to the police sta- tim said she recognized the voice; at
Nov, 3 after he rammedone Smith attempted to do a traffic stop said he fled due to the fact stay bent down and don't make me tion where the victim was called to' which time she fainted.
dead end street. but hurt you", which she did. The make an identification, Bond was set at$6,240.50 cash only I
could Jones
patrol car on a not get Jones to stop. he did not have a'valid driver'slicense saidtIReno.
Keith Leroy Jones was arrested attempted to ram'Officer Smith's and had just purchased $110 woman said she saw only the jacket *f er listening to.Tones for Jones, he remains in custody,

Nov. 3 and charged with robbery, vehicle and fled. Troopers from of crack cocaine, which he threw worn by the man and did not see his -- .. -
driving while license suspended; Florida Highway Patrol and Brad- away during the chase.At face. Police 'spotted Jones in the
wilful-wanton reckless driving, ag ford Sheriff's Deputies joined in the 9:45: a.m. Nov. 3 police were' area who was wearing a jacket mat
gravated assault and aggravated pursuit where the defendant's vehi- called to Winn Dixie where a woman ching the description said Reno. TULLER
Battery, according to Patrolman M. cle reached speeds of 85 mph before said an unknown person had stuck They attempted to apprehend him at
T. Short and Acting Chief Bill Reno. being apprehended on Charles Court something in her back as she wasgetting that time but he fled and and was later Chiropractic Center
While pursuring Jones as a possi where..he rammed= his vehicle into a out of.her car and said"Good seen by Officer Smith the chase
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260B, S. Lawrence Blvd.

,'News: Briefs_, 473-7213 1 f'I


t ,UCI Inmate Johnnie B. Foreman, 36, of Herbert Hawkins,24, was arrested I Thrift. He was released after a RAIN CONTROL 0 .INJURIES

,, Remains Large 'Gainesville was arrested Nov 6 for Nov. 8 for'DWLS, driving under influence $715.25 surety, bond was posted., Headaches .W.f.r R.UU.

'A Union Correctional Institution 'driving ''while license 'suspended according to, Patrolman .' .. Neck & Arm .SporUPttiwul
" his'escape (DWLS), according to Patrolman I ..
Inmate remains at after .
large .
Mack Short. He was released after a Mid Back A.se Ac Id ale
\ ', Nov. 6. $21 ,25 cash bond was posted. Low Back & Leg
,, Emilio Bravo 30 ,apparently ( em..
'Climbed over the i fences at UCI. said [
bravo Aubrey Smith, 30, of Lake Butler
Paula Tully '
was spokesperson first noticed missing at 6 p.m. was arrested Nov 6 for DWLS Thrift., ac- Cleopatra's Upholstery'' & DR. RICHARD C. TULLERj j
cording to Patrolman Danny
Evidence points to his climbing over
two ten-foot fences near the east He was released after a$215.25 surety Decorating Emporium t
bond was posted. CHIROPRACTICCARE
vehicle gate. 322 Walnut Street Starke 964-7014
When last seen Bravo was wearinga .John Paul Robinson 29! of (Next Door to' Lake WHEN YOU
blue prison uniform. He is 5'6" tall., Area Glas l i
weighs 145 pounds and has brown Gainesville was arrested Nov. 3 for NEED IT-24 HOURS I I',
50% OFF Mini
eyes and black curly hair, On his failure to appear for DWLS, according Blinds ) .Time'to Redecorate ,

right together arm Eric'is a inside tattoo a reading heart. 'Held '$120.23 to Deputy cash. He King.was Bond released was on set his at' 1O% OFF Upholstery Fabric fijr the Holidays A DAY-7, DAYS WEEK 'I

Bravo, a Cuban, was convicted of own recognizance, Wallpaper Drapes Bedspreads by SchumacI er
two murders in Dade County.He has Mini Blinds by Kirsch & Grab*r
been in the prison system since late' We Carry a Full Line of Fabrics We Sell &Hang Wallpaper 'Office Hours:
1986. He faces a federal detainer' Mon-Fri 8:30-6:00: : p.m. Sat. by Appointment
after release from state prison by OS.Of
the Department of Immigration and

Naturalization. Personalized Service

Traffic 'Stop Results
: '\ ,, In Drug Arrest
, $ 'h iJ _
'I, r; "A 4oXrear-) Starke man was ar1 -
, ', I," '. 1<: rested for possession of cocaine dur
traffic stop Saturday morning.
ing a
K eccs K scc kffN iMe a w ia $4 ViiSfSSkiftS! fi!
," ',',' :,.. While following a vehicle that
didn't have brake lights, a routine GAS & APPLIANCES
traffic stop was made, according to YEARS ,
Officer Gordon Smith Driver of the ,,
'.. vehicle. Carlos Ford, 'was found Our with behind '
family serving
quality people
:driving while license suspended and yours ; : every I ) ,J\ "

''arrested.revealed ,a A medicine search 'of bottle the vehicle in..the quality product. Our values lie in both people and price. Jr .....,.

glove box: with white substance,

1(; r which Ford was tested additionally postive charged for cocaine.Nov.5 .,, When you buy from Sawyer you buy a company.

with possession, said Smith. ,
Ford -was released after a $1,500

.. 1 cash bond was: posted. THE WINNING TEAM

"" ,? Man Charged Winning comes through teamwork, and when Sawy
; :w and KitchenAid team together YOU become the bi
< With Fleeing _
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' .' In Accident' winner. Score BIG savings with unbelievable introductory
; ,,: 'Iyii1 prices. Let Sawyer and KitchenAid surround you
A 43-year-old) Niagara Falls, N. Y;:
I r 'f" man was charged in a accident Nov.: with quality, and guarantee you a smooth running

I 1 after he left the scene. household for years.
I A 1988 Ford pickup truck driven by'j.
H\ William Stroud, of Lawtey was :j: I r
making a left 18i rom SR-loo onto I ItcI1 ,..Aid' .

'. US-301,at..5l:54 p.m., according,;' i 11 LARGE CAPACITY WASHER '
J Patrolman G. E. Hayes. A tractor- o .
e '
J I 8 automatic wash cycles
trailer truck (from Fun City Shows) = I I r ; i,,i / li l' 4 wash/rinse water temperature setedion&' and i
was southbound on US-301 and apparently t t k 4 water level selections.SURESCRUB .
' ran the' right light and clothes mover agitator, with'
The semi Double Action Movement.SURECLEAN .
struck the pickup truck. .
o ; sell-cleaning lint "filler
then fled the scene according to Bleach and labrlc softener dispensers.
',. witnesses.The I 1 1I'' .
vehicle, driven by Edward $ CASH
Clifford Place, was located at Brad O BACK :.

ford Square parking lot,said Hayes. t.M I/M)W.iy IIA f/MINI
Place admitted he fled, stating that Iv
'" ,'" he was scared. EMPIRE ttt I I ,
, '" ', '" Stroud received a neck injury and IrIJ WALL ? .

: ',', went to the hospital on his own,' his tr
," vehicle received $3,000 damage. FURNACE ,. r wa: .
,.: Place was charged with leaving -L:
,' "
'scene of accident without rendering 6OOOO : 'Itche..Aid' I II .

aid and expired tag, said Hayes. '
Bond was set at $645.25, Place was
,, SURE SCRU6 muni-level |
released on his own recognizance. tt washing system.
: Automatic 2, No pre-nnsmg required with triple nitration I .
"il' :"' Jke4swOcD2'e', Tr per collector system. %1
: '1\, Recent Arrests control.ATLANTA, 0 v :ela n-on-steel tank Inner door. 1 '.
: I : '15 000 BTU 4O.OOO BTU 0 Lnad-as oo-like,' random loading
, \ j, : In Bradford County'The '.SUAE.LEAN.U10m8llcwalerheallng; I _ '
[ '. I : ,' 100'% e ff"IClen. UNVENTEDGASSPACE POTS 4 PANS /' .
arrests were madein / Ilia rANIH
IN ,1l
following w.ry '
Ii thermostat Heat where you'want HEATER o ENERGY SNERopIioft. --
Bradford County by 'e '
control. it. Instant, efficient .
authorities.,, : $ CASH
'. heat.
,., venyouwant 2yi I'
'. Madeleine. Jean Bennett] 38, of' i IIII $ 549 $149 $268Automatic BACK .

O'Brien was arrested Nov. 6 for introduction -.,. ,
of contraband into a cor ( ",Itch e"A'd" For the way His maderGOLDSTAR )

," ', '; rectional facility, according to
',II'' '.:'..,',::1'';" ',, "' Deputy B. A. King. Bennett allegedly -
ii',r:,V>:d'.1,j I"" :,l took cannabis into Lawtey Correctional -
" ',, ''I"" Institution. Bond was set at / i Duclllui.' .
(, ,' .$1,000, she was released on her own VIDEO CASSETTE ;
"" f
recognizance COS GRILLS
\s".. .',, Bruce Allen Barnes'31, of Starke I Americas #1..JS .
"" ",' arrested Nov. 3 for violation of X1.-100
?, was Quality r
'" probation, according to InvestigatorDavid : ( 1 r throughout. ,
Aderholt.. Bond ,was set at ( j/ A
: .' $5,000 he was released on his own
.. ', recognizance.,. '
Front load.
Lonnie Miller, 17, of Tampa was 3 Audio speed. $ $5O
arrested Nov' 3 for disorderly IntoxIcation 7
k" ',' : you have to OFF
I'" : according to Lt ;John near to believe.MAYTAG Y
, ,: Hodges. Miller was causing trouble
\, at the bus station and refused to be < Magic Chef,
quiet and leave, causing his arrest. JV ,
Judge George. Pierce accepted 30"GASRANGE
, Miller's plea of guilty and sentenced WASHERS -
I v'i
: ," him to time served., in v v i a
''I; tit In preference. ll !I ll 4 t Sell'cleaning' ,
.' i George "* ita' Smith, 22, of quality. PilollessIqnition/
Starke was a.r ted Nov. 4 for theft + AutomatIC:

'I according to Patrolman Jerry + O FREE TURKEY 'I8"J:' timer, IMn
observed Smith >RM. '
Feltner. A witness WITH ANYMICROWAVE
take a bike from a neighbor's yard / r $,499

I" and ride away at which time police ,... PURCHASE )1 .e.1., ,
were called and a description of the
suspect was given. Smith was later
apprehended and charged..' Bond -

was set at $250. he was' released' on STORE HOURS 4G 41 d S al ,r. APPLY FOR YOUR
his own recognizance. '. SAWYER CREDIT.
.' ''Felix Izquierdo, 34. was arrested SAM 6PM ,; .'?x ,' ; '.,
Nov. 4 when he refused to leave a YOUR* ;.,
local school where he was found

,.. sleeping on a bench,, ccording to '
, : ." Patrolman Gordon Smith. Izquier-
"I.r.,','/,.:' do, a transient, pled guilty trespass .
:':'."'i,"" on school property and was sentenced -
, ..;,,,;{, by Judge Pierce to time served,

r'''".""'7,! '.J.',:...-, costs were waived. GAS & APPLIANCES .

:,'\:,' Traffic
. ,: "!
'y ; ',, Rudolph Swindler, Jr., 44, ot "A 1103 S. Walnut St. Starke Phone 964-7701
\ Nov. 4 for
Jacksonville wilful-wanton was reckless arrested driving, ac- 250 S.W. 9th Ave. Lake Butler Phone 496-2564

cording to Trooper Donald Dean.
Bond was set at $262.50. He was
released on his own recognizance.


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k.,, Starke Attorney., Hardy Arrives: Federal, Prison

Melton. This is made more difficult sentence is imposed under existing J.a X Boy
i(' ', Starke attorney Dudley P Hardy Judge' Melton reminded the :
of proguidelines which Hardy will
when such a degree means
I' reported to EgUn. Federal Prison defense that he had no control over you see F r o in
self-made who has be required to serve approximatelybeen
mlnence.a man ,
I' Oct. his career. As federal con-
31 to serve Hardy's "
,i;; cocaine sentence, for conspiracy to distribute, withholding victed felon adjudication there and was Hardy, no "It a gives good me lawyer.no pleasure,but there one Judge third Melton of the prison requested time.that) Har- ,n $199DENMARK
: to sentence receive and
shown not dy drug counseling
!r, The prison, located on the"Vast faces at least three years suspensionby no cause
,, Dudley P Hardy, to seven treatment at Whatever facility he
Florida Bat Association.The .
the I
Eglin Air Force base between Pen- years Melton. (The
said Judge assigned.
:1\\;:;\ sacola and Fort Walton Beach,is for Bar's Tallahassee office has ,
',. <' minimum-security inmates, notified the Florida Supreme Court La-Z-Boy
Hardy was found guilty June 2 by that Hardy has been convicted of a
: ", a federal Jury in Jacksonville and felony,however,Hardy is protestingthe 434 W. Call Street 411 W. Madison Street ,
' was sentenced by U S District automatic suspension so it has 964-5826 9645827Man.
:"" .,, .. Judge Howell Melton September not taken effect, according to Steve
Several attempts by Hardy's attorney Taoano:A court referee will rule on Fri. 8OO: r:: ) Sat. KOO: 1OO"If :
were successful in extending the suspension but no date has been, A Kacl You Can ( o Butter Al Denmark FurniU rGush
, the reporting date but unsuccessful, set for such a hearing, said Tabano,
I 'in keeping Hardy 'at,liberty during( During arguments Sept 12, Assis-
appeals.Prior. tant U.S.Attorney Charles Truncale
to a scheduled August said Hardy had shown righteous in 'Oys tl'
sentencing date Hardy sought coun- dignation at his being prosecuted. *
'<'' cil from a new attorney, Bradley ,Truncale said!) Hardy was not above ; & FlushSeptic
;,:, Stark of Miami,who asked for a con the law and the amount of cocaine he .
finance in order for him to review was' found guilty of sharing in-
the case for the defense.That motionWas dicated more than a personal problem -
\', granted and the sentencing took and he should be punished\ ac Tanks
place. Sept: 12 cordingly.
During the three hours Sept, 12 the Hardy had a heightened
defense offered testimony emphasizing awareness of the law and flagrantly
Hardy had a persenal chemical violated that law by the ongoing cocaine
dependency problem and should not use and sharing, said Trun- Highway 121 East: Raiford
\. have to serve prison time since he cale. "A whole subculture went to
the residence of the lawyer who
to seek
was willing help. ,
An administrative law judge with .chose not to act properly, who saw
the U.S. Coast Guard, Judge nq wrong except personal abuse,yetit
,j Michael Hamrahn, told of the pro- goes far beyond personal abuse,"
blem of substance abuse among at said Truncate.; The government said ( M Fill Dirt 18 yds,- $60/Load.Top Soil ,
,the only appropriate sentence was a
Hamrahn who
torneys. Judge now .
term of incarceration for his or/Sand' '
serves as counsel with Florida {
Lawyers Assistance, stated Hardy unlawful lifestyle over a long periodof -
was a good candidate for the program time. ,
but was not aware of Hardy Judge Melton said he' found no Annual Bazaar Set. Backhoe Work :
availing himself of the service. reason to preclude the sentencingand UMW Buaar Chairmen Evelyn Womack and Laurie MulUiw display a few + Replacing ,
Dr. Roger A Gotz. who recently as difficult as it was to have Item which will be for sale NOT. 16 and Nov 17 at the First United Methodist Draihfield
evaluated' Hardy;;:' said chemical before him a member of the Florida Church Fellowship Hall In Starke.The hand pieced quilt and afaghan will. be ,
dependency ils, heredity and Hardy Bar, an officer of the court and a 'old by iltent auction during the Bazaar.;Many,craft and treasure will be
man with a degree of public accoun.
was with a a classic dependency example problem of someone due to tability, he could fine no reason' for': available a*well ai gift Item for holiday giving.We're 'Fishponds Dug:, LimerockAlso'AVailable, \

heredity probation.
",' ,' Attorney 'Gene" Shaw, W,T, "I do not find probation would be
S Jackson, E.W. Hodges and George any type of deterrent, It would indicate For Sale
ySS' Roberts, Jr. 'spoke on Hardy'sbehalf that the court does not take
all testifing that,they felt the cocaine cancer as seriously\ as it AppaloosaStud
j,' '.' Hardy was an asset to the community should be taken," said A udge & Filly
1 i ,'" and asking the court not to give
him prison time. They'' requested Flashy Color, v
that he be allowed to continue his
,law practice in Starke. ,Gentle'Disposition'Reasonably
Hardy, crying and visibly shaken, Priced
was unable,,to speak, m,, his,, own
beh ll.- Call 4962126or 900 Gal. Tank '- 375, Sq. ]Ft. "

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College 496.2903Microwave .!

'Drainfield 30"' Mound
'Plan from p g e 38 .N 't'': .. ,' ':',' ,
The plan guarantees to meet the rising ,$ 00>
costs of a college education and I Not Cook'n? 1200 ( ,
does not earn interest like a tradn ,
tional savings account ; .
The most attractive' part of the Bring it to Ed's ApplianceFree
program is that tuition for a college
'education is guaranteed. ,"The program Radiation
guarantee is backed by the full Greg, ,Griffis '
faith ,and,, credit of the ,State of ,Leak Check 4311941fftik t
Florida," said Tate. "The state, is l ,
obligated to maintain' the program's Ed's Appliance
financial soundness.", Qwner5.,4t'1710
-- Service & Parts '
The purchaser may get his money ti1crtMi lt\qIJ1Q ;
,back at any timeless a cancellationfee 310 E,Call St. 964-2966> Q<1"U"' "',
of$50,lfso it's a no-risk plan (or ... I
the participant," Tate notes.
,I The Florida Prepaid College Program
was created in 1987 by the ; I
State Legislature to provide an affordable '
plan for Flondians', future
college expenses
Enrollment for the plan' began
September 22 and runs through Jan. III
20, 1989. To participate at this year's
all the men and
prices, enrollment must be completed proud
during this time. There will women who took time out of their livesto '
be follow-up enrollment periods in Give the Gift that Lasts
future years, but at anticipated. serve in our armed forces, and'
higher price levels, especially all theVeterans in our area '
For students who may decide! "10' All Year Long!,
attend out-of-state schools or do not who are our friends relatives,neighborsand
attend college,refunds will be made. customers. May"we never overlook from
Another option is to transfer the con-'
tract to a brother. sister, half-, 'and always remember the, important

-sister brother,or.orsister legally adopted,',step-brother'brother',or or '"contribution they've made to America Teal Tile &, Carpet

sister and Democracy.In .
private For,(students school in wishing Florida to,,the go Mate to a 131 N, Cherry:, St.'. Starke 964-7423,

will transfer an amount equal to the remembrance of our faithful Veterans,
cost of public tuition at the time.The Both our Main Office and Branch
value of a dormitory contract is also
transferable to accredited'Florida
private\ universities"! and colleges SATURDAY'NOV.. 11 &12

"Regular Banking Hours will resume Mon. Order :

'COMMUNITY, 'Your, (4


Carry an open-ended eyeglass -\ ,BRADFORD SQUARE '.STARKE 964-783O '
case in your purse to l
store pens, pencils,fingernail L H' ''MEMBERF.D.1C.j: Thanksgiving!

files' small scissors. :& ''

Christmas I :

Industrial Complex of Raiford. C'S I


l\Plant\ Sale Plant Sale Plant Sale Plant Sale Plant Sale II

4.i( 1 '" WE, ,MUST- CUT'.. INVENTORY" !VNo."I ayments'Til May :of '89"

All Gallon Shrubbery, $1.OO Assortment of House Plants Special 'No Interest: San 1

All 3 Gallon Containers $3.00 Available at Low,Prices '
as cash\ 6 Month Financing

First Come. First Served Winter Annuals also,Available .Available Through Teal Tile ,

Road 229 ,

,11".Ji County Raiford ,ti I 'until December ,15, 1988 }

SATURDAY. ', IS \ ,; '
S AH Vinyl, '
:NOV.: 12th

'8:30, am to'4:30'pm's' RemnantsOn' R $'399

"-i : 'Sale! M "

Stanley Crawford ; Iw..i.

,will be available -

for helpful /

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rear NEWSFLASH I Singles bars rejected as ?65 N, TYm L, StQrkr''
etc. NATIONAL being too crud. to find MS. RIGHT Bur 1 ft 3 BR mobile homes, fully fury:
SEVERAL FOREST Wooded ,If you're Into llving-lovlng-sharlng nish d, quality construction deliveredand
$9490 Each.
access No
$390 '81 then this op.n.lnt.lllg.nlromantlc.3Oamal. set up. starting at $650 down and ,
; down $65.41 monthly. Owner
$200 wants to hear from you. Turn- $159 per month A-t Mobil. Homes.
; 16222438. I/7TF
$690 "75 N. ana: Playful days and romantic even 1-800-888-8317, 4tchg 10/20.11/10 INVESTORS DREAM I Acre Inside-city $ 1,7001
Ings. Turn-offs: game playing moody SPECIAL, new 3 BR doublewlde, only
Jtpd / creekfront home lots, Real need $890 down and $199 .....HOMES.....
people women only reply. per month. A-J
")178 home lots. Carolina Country Reply to: Don, P.O.Box 812 Lak. Mobile Homes 1.800-888-8317, 4tcha COUNTRY STYLE LIVING on Florida water at Its finest! 800' of paved winding I
Auto ., P.O. Box 686, Hayesvllle; Butler 32054. 2tchg 11/3-10 10/20-11/10 driveway to this superb 3500 sf home This home has beautiful wooden floors, I

radial' Call' Collect 704.389-8335. WE WILL TAKE CARS trucks, motor carpet vaulted ceilings 4 levels of living space; large foyer eat-In kitchen I

1974 p.m.. PERSONALSBANKRUPTCY homes and mobile homes In on trod.. with new built-in appliances, formal dining room large living family rooms I
COt 3 acre tracts, Call A-t Mobile Homes, with( fireplaces. 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths 2'/4 baths Inside utility room, 3 sun-1
., hills wooded .
rolling ,
city locations. $9995 or I.BOO-888.8317. 4tchg 10201110DO bathing decks. 100 ft. on Lake Geneva' acres, with sprinkler system larg. I Ioaks
,make Many to $tsl stops garnishments.lawsuIts YOU HAVE A GOOD JOB but slow or azaleas, dogwoods camellias Located on SR 21 S. Keystone Hts. I
a $900 down IPS Realtor
Itpd / 01. fcan Corp. and bill Collectors. Complete little credH? Call A-1 Mobile Homes at Assumable mortgage Must see to appreciate I

181 I In middle Tenneste Wooded preparation of can legal documents 18008888317. 4tchg 10/20-11/10 AFFORDABLE AT $53.000) 1023 E. Can St., 3BR, IV* bath CHftA cable ready,
ParaLsgals, -BOO-444-7439, legal 5% DOWN PAYMENT available on all stove, VV lot. I
needs with clear streams. $390 r.frlg.1596 s f., approx. acre
and up. 10% down. Call after INDIVIDUAL Alternatives, Inc. fcan mobile homes. Coll 800-888-8317.- LUXURY SPACIOUSNESS. PRIVACY, PRICED MIGHT I Keystone, beautiful
,17* : ((619)) 722-3812 or 722.5607. fcan POOh 4tchg 10/20-11/10 Spanish-style home,3450 s.f., 10 acres, sprinkler system BR 2'/i ba, formal I ILR.
nine members needed. Increase TAKE OVER PAYMENTS .
$600 Beautiful 4 ocr. lots located odds share your on 1984 .60. 2, fully equipped kitchen Ig. FR, brick fireplace, patio pool ceiling fans 2 I
big 'To call BR 2 Ba lot
winnings. |loin set up on nice In park Coll
188 Destln and Panama City. 20 1-800-J48-9891 from 3-11 fcan '964-S931.1tpd tl/10 car garage, new roof zoned Agrl., 2 assum. mtg. $139,000 |
to beach. 10 y".fixed at $96,81 LINDA Without exception you have 'ONE ACRE LOTS with mobile homes KEYSTONE HIS Spacious quiet country living 3 BR. 2 Ba Ig. FR, kit/DR combo
8000. aft. $1500 down. Call 2000 .f. CHftA water. .2 tanks cond. Asesum. mart I
s ,
given me the greatest year of my life. I ready to move Into. Several I to choose ; city septic;, exc.
184 : .. or ((904) 839-4193 fcon lov. you as no other can. Nov 13, 1987to from, Owner financing. Payments less $$26,000% pmts S224/mo. Sale priced! $ 99 000 |
AM/FM ft TIMESHARE RESALES I Nov. 13, 1988. Larry. Itpd 11/10 than rent: Low down payment; from ULTIMATE IN EXECUTIVE LIVING Stucco ft block beauty with 3400 s f..
tion. $ I number 1 company tell "$",500. 964-4238. 10/27TF 7 yrs. old on 2'/S' acres in lawtey area. Spaclou..Elagant..Pr.atlg.r'A !
177 for you. Fast and courteous LIKE NEW 191 14x64 MH 2 large BR, 2, RARE FIND 3BR/2Ba concrete block ft stucco energy efficient 1948''I'.;'
Call now: Resort Sales Interna LAND FOR SALE baths, large kitchen with large 1.09 Ac., CH&A carpet above-ground pool. Priced to a.II' $ 62'OOO: I
im ..
18004235967.SALES fcan....70 ( breakfast bar, lots of cabinets, STYLISH BRICK HOME: 601 Fairlane St.,,3 BR, 2 Ba carpel ceramic' tile, CHSA f fappliances
AC. / FOR 1984
cathedral ceiling with ceiling fan with and blinds remain, 1,364 s.f, $ 62,000 I
Itpd / horn, all electric central air 'BY OWNER acres on F ..ythRd. 390 ft. lights ,Washer ft dryer hookup. 1129 NEIL COURT,' BR, 1 Ba. carport,OWNER FINANCING! S 33,000 I
12x40 addition
many extras. frontage, $3,900 per ocre. Also, 6.80 $10.900. Days 496-1307, eves 496-2680. DUPLEX: 2BR/2Ba Bradford Drive ;$ 43,900
.. fcan lot ,In Coryville, Fl.. .((904)) .acres for $2900 per ocr. Call 4tchg 11/3-24 207 ALVAREZ CT:2 BR, 1 Ba frame fenced yard. $ 17.90O I

14074646827. lOtpd 9/19-11/7 .1973 ELCONO TRAILER: 2 BR, "l 1 bath N.W. 29th AVE 4 BR, 2 ba. stucco ft frame. 20.7 acres CHI A $ 79,400
100 ACRES six room house and barn $3900. 964-5608 after 5 and anytime BETHEL CHURCH RD 3 BR, 1 ba CB. wood floors 1185 s,f., 5 acres $ 60,000

Owner will finance $2000/Acre. weekends Stchg 11/3.10 CONERLY ESTATES! 3 BR, 2 ba, FP, 1800 S.f., easy financing J 82,000 I
LARGE BOATS Phone 964-7771 or 964-4937 10/20TF THREE BEDROOM doublewlde with 2 CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water, 1 BR/1 Ba. '$ 90,000
home ON KINGSLEY LAKE 60 ft. lot, 2 houses, baths fireplace, ,CHSA and
GRAHAM: 3/2, 2.78 Ac.. 1930 af.. CH&A $ 85,000 |
mobil. home, 2 out-buildings, dock. "
Buy assume payments with, small
SO CHIC SO CHEAP I newly remodeled 3BR. IBo freshly
with 50 hp Evlnrude. Owner financing. 933.2448. 2tchg down 9646849.
or rent
30'p pmt Itpd 11/10
painted new carpet 628 Pinewood St., Reduced S 28,900 I
foot control WE NEED
1BR frame trolling TRADES Hughes Homes, US
ROAD 230-11 2 story CB ft from.,3 BR, I Vi $ 45,000
room many extras. Good condition, HISTORIC HORSE FARM ft HOME:' 40acres 301 North STark 964.6407. Itchg
ed. Neat 18. Itchg 11/10 high and dry pastures, 6-stall 11/10 HWY. 225 2/1 frame, 3 stall barn newly rewired 2 Ac. $ 32,500
for quick I .< 20hp motor barn deer and turkey. 160000. $500 SCHOLARSHIP $500 KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR: 1 Ba 1500 s,f..wood frame S SO,000
to appreciate, asking $'100. 964-5078.21pe1' 10/27-11/3 .' To school of your choice on any new BROOKER 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oaks 3/0 extra lot $ 44,000
Itchg '!11 0NOTICE c. SHORT ON CASH" home purchased.. Hughes Homes, US, MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.25 ocr., .. 3/1 CB, CHBA."-so near $,40,000 |

NO Down Payment land I 301 North., Starke., ,964-6407, Itchg .....LOTS ft ACREAGE.:.,*,
'. from $1 I ( ) ) Package deals on land and new THREE BEDROOM 1V4 both '(:H&A\1 LOT 9, GOLFAIR RD Country Club Estates 1.11 acres,Make on,Offer I S'' 8.700. )
perty. mobile home with set-ups. 1 acre..up, screened porch.. No pets?964.9396., HWY. 325 10 acres joins Alachua County line S 25.500
Many with 'large oaks andUNDERGROUND' 'Itpd 11/10 CONERLY ESTATES: lot 12 '$ 10,000

'" (No; Mound) i septic ONE BEDROOM unfurnished with fur MICHIGAN STREET 2 Acres Inside city $ 10.000
With tanks II
3 ADVERTISING should be tub-': fished kitchen $200 month;' $100 RD. 100 EAST) 1.37 acres, wooded and plotted S'' 7.000
$39.000. to the Bradford County 964-8S78 REALTY deposit,, Call 1-566-4950, Itchg. 11/tO LAWTEY 9 acres. I 105th Ave., good Investment S 15,000RD.

office In writing and paid In HWY. 230 EAST 80.450 deep\ ; well and 100 E: 12 acres plus fish pond wide open spaces $ 26,000
.- .. unless credit Is already septic. Vi mile from city limits. 7000. ANIMALS, & PETS PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD. 20.16 acres 3 well, 2 poles $ 50.000
with this office, 9644061. 2tchg 11/3-10 CROSBY LAKE LOT cleared 100' on water S 19,800
.: FOR SALE' ,
STAFF CANNOT BE WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 2..6. Fla. Frontier > 15,000., [


;i > ., ,spayed declawed, ,all shots.. Call WANTED: Lot on Santa F. Lok.l lAhr ',
deadline Is TUESDAY NOON 9644709 2tpd 11/3-10 .
Thursday publication. AKC PEKINESE PUPPIES: hove hod shots. .

remodel display deadline Is TUESDAY ,,, 1\/ ,$150. 964-6705. Itpd 11/10 ._ __ : .. "Hours '

Phone | .' Special Classified display I Ann. Tarwlllogar Nelson 4 .,. .I j.w..i.j.i.{ 4 a,.y 473-7541

OFFICE Hwy 301 ", charge Is NOT Guaranteed.for classified ads Is MATH EvyS John Longford Matt.r Approl..rd'I", .v .',.:, :496-2291

II Pump t for $3.9O, then 19 cents for REALTY !".o.'lIn.Ron! !ph' ,: ,t'I.J' .. .Y ,'.tt. .,'., '".,,.'", , ,., t.9.64-3160:

STORES thereafter, $1 billing charge hERISiA 9644469selling Toy Thornton T.. ,.,f' ..;, .e.1t .,. .:;"irr'rtt, .' ; .'1>,. :0 4MZZ3
/ added to.each"/ CHARGED ( REAI.IOR Debra .< . .' .'. .964-2833 f
ConnauSlhton ', ., *? ,. 4.. ..> .tu. i <
473-3627. ad. W'&n reel mtatc Why settle for telling the whole town,when you can tell the whole world?

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Listing Agent/or V Acquired Properties- ( &Jl

MOBILE HOMES City) t.38 Ac., great office location

1987 CONCORD 3 BR,, 2'/ ba., hoa.HCltyl SR 100: ;1.5, acres, potential '----- .
WANTED extra lot with wood frame house, city ;commercial development area ,
)101.73 New Moon 12x60;with approx, Gelger Rd.! 2100 s,f. brick veneer
Pickup TRUCK MASTER, Truck, Driver 10 acres, North of Lawtey, 105th Ave.. approx. 10 acres, 4 BR, 2 Ba, CHftA ( Hand-Fed Channel Catfish '
,D.O.T. certification lob r 1989 Fleetwood 523, 3 BR, 2
and city water ft gos; front porch with swing
/ assistance, financial old : .CHftA 1 acre near Bedford lake ottchmt sunken living room, *C* Triple H Fish FarmCALL

WOMAN ., correspondence/resident *1 HOMES family room with Ig. brick fireplace, 964-6182 FOR DIRECTIONS OPEN TO PUBLIC
accredited member NHSC. FmHA Homes.Colley
free -
dining room, central) vac
at ham .. 18003463112. Head. Rd. 3BR. 1 Ba, brick veneer,, system new carpet. Price ,reduced-.
2tpd / .: CIrwaterFlorida.. fcon CHftA, I g.' chain I link fence yard. Owner anxious to sell! .

-, SI. Clair St.) 2 BR, 1 Ba,.CHftA,,with Union 139 2700 .ft.
Ctyi acres, sq
i ,large family room.' brick I home. D vid Lawson Paint & Body Shop
1(, LAND'

'HS.R. 100 A) Two 6.77 acre parcels. BUIlplNGLOTS! I Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates'
; .. OH Jill N. wooded 8.50 oc, w/w.li' Little Lake Santa Fet 100x160 ft, lot,
ft septic ,new septic tank approved for well CR 229 NW 28th. St., .' Starke 96461331' 1

lowteyi 18 acres with 600 ft. Hwy. ,power source,to lot. I
'nice'.City .
125 frontage., Two Story' House Very ; '

,. ) one acre; on Laura St,., room for, Remodeled recently painted. Owner
several r.'ld.ntlallotl. Anxious. -

'Bob Mathews' Realtor Andy Jorddn,Associate; : \ AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAcceIerated'JReaJtv ,

441 W. Madison $t" Starke \ :

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(" 1 rn. 1 964-4544 :

Susan M. Faulkner, GRI, CRB President LAVERN H. OUTLAW -I 1I ,
Broker Hwy.301SH :
ERA Faulkner Inc. ; ,1 [
Realty, Thinking < buying l..S.I. Starke FL,

cKQLty/ Mlllngt Cell us) t.su.ws.c.. ,
Located Hwy. 301 .2 blks. S., of SR 100. 221 W. Lafayette St. : REALTOR :

-*DUPLEX iN TOWN. Good Income.. :, f 64-4522 ARKE FL Evtningt Wtk n4s: './'Homes/ Lots ./ Acreage I Waterfront .

*J YR. OLD IRICKi 3 BR, 2 So. carport. In town, David L, Dodft. MSA. CXA Patty Kay Elder. MXAK S Farms / Commercial .

*DOUBLEWIDI IN TOWNl Must see to appreciate. 3 BR, 2 Bo, 94-5370 s.94-5**> I- -0- ._ _. -:1.-J .- .
*COUNTRY LIVINGS Room to roam. Horse stalls, large country house.' SPRING\ LAKE .' 3BR/2BA CB I Cedar Home,, CH&A. Stove" Refrl: C I
'ANEW LISTING ON HAMPTON LAKE. I Dishwasher 1738 SF, 97 Feet on Water 839 Feet Deep Well ft Septic. .
Luciiu c
*LEASE PURCHASE on 2 homes. Call for details' I Opal DickscnXcs. sp jrXts. SAMPSON LAKE 3BR/281/2BA Two Story Log Home on the Water, CHSA.

OVER 1,000SQ.FT.! Only $49.000. Could be a show place with some TLC,,' 94-7333 REALTOR 94S420ui Stove Refrl' < Dishwasher 3000 SF, Well S Septic;; large lot.' .
*OVER 1509IQ.FT.:3 BR. 2 Ba, CB. fireplace, $39.900. PEACE AND QUIET 4BR/2BA Brick living ft Dining Rooms, large Master I .
lull Somco Wo-II I :-t. il.j .'Hi'OHilltlOlf.
THIS ONE HAS IT Alt 2074 sq.ft.. 3 BR, 2 bo. |lacuzzi swimming poof. Ig. Bedroom w/Walk In Closet Large Eat-In Kitchen. Fireplace CHftA. W.II. [
screen porch, fireplace, 2 1/4 acre, has nice Ig. workshop : i' ll | | '."--- Septic 1 Acre. .

*GRAHAM AREA ever 1700 sq.ft. 3 BR, 2 bo fireplace, built-in BBQ grill 3 ACRES OF PRIVACY''; 2BR28A'C8 Home,' large living-Dining Room .
chain link ferxed Ig. open shed with cement floor, 1 Vi acre Assumable mtg. A Few of Our Many Listings Family Room Kitchen w/Breokfost Nook CHIA. Enclosed Garage, Well ft I

by qualifying., < '. IMMACULATE BEST AREA 3/2. many extras, on one acre. Septic. .
*NICI AREAl 3 BR, 2 bo, stucco, 1452 sq.ft., heat pump fireplace, fenced 'S7 ACRES of excellent land many fruit trees, blueberry! etc, Almost' new Fleetwood MOVE HOUSE TO NEW LOCATION' .2BR/1BA Frame In Good Condition',
yard. Ig. utility room ft workshop. Assumable mtg., doublewld Price II Is right I Stove ft Rein $9,700. .
*1 ACRES well t septic (needs to be checked). 'CONVENIENT TO TOWN 3 BR. 2 Ba, 411'Laura:537,500.. ST. ClAIR STREET 2BR/1 BA Frame, AC Unit Space Heater,10.24 Screened .
14x51181 MOBILE! HOME I acre[ partially furnished. $17,900. QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD Excellent frame home, large lot. In Starke. 28000. Porch 112.310 lot 29700. t
*3 ACRES 3 BR. 2 bath bam. WOULD YOU BELIEVE 65 plus acres for only $1500 per ocre. Highway frontage. GRAND STREET 3BR/IBA Frame, Well ft Septic 2 Acres, .
*8 3/4 ACRES 3 BR. I Bo, C Block,'between Slorke ft Lake Butte,.' j HI RICK I 3 BR. i'. Ba, CH&A over 1300 S.I.. In Slarke, fenced backyard. POLK STREET 3BR/1BA Frame, SOxl90 Lot $9,900,
*8 J/4 ACRES. lawtey area., ALMOST NEW DOUBLEWIDE on 40 acres,'good land. $89,000. OLD FASHIONED FRAME! 4BR/1 EA. large Living Dining Rooms, Porches: | .

*PINEBREEZEi BR, 1 Ba, material to finish 3rd BR, fenced yard new windows I' t'BRICK 4 BR, IVt boo Rallord area, on 1 acre.\ all Around 100x420 Lot w/Shade Trees City Water, Septic Tank lowtey. .
t roof. $26.900. ', .. DUPLEX IN STARKEi rental Income $990 par mo, only 25000. NEW RIVER- 2BR/1BA SW Mobile Home In Good Condition Well ft Septic, I

,*LAKE STREET 2 BR hou... I BR efficiency,rental Income $929/mo., : POULTRY FARM RESIDENCE! pullet form fully equipped on 8 acres 9.5 Acres, .
WALDOt nice Ig. 311I.2 Ba, t small BR. 1 Ba; buy together or separate, I i very close. to Starke. Excellent Income. Call for more Information HANDYMAN SPECIAL -,Two-Story 3BR/2BA CB ft Frame Large living-' .

beautiful land with paean I....' I' I LAWTSYr close to school 3 BR, 1%, Ba, city water almost n.w'l Dining Room.w/Fireplace, large (otSELECTED .,

HWY. SlSt 3 BR, 2 Ba, brick veneer, on 1 beautiful acre. I 'LAKE BUTLERt city water ft .sewer big lot nice frame home, .
*4 BR, 1 8A fenced yard. convenient location. "I LANDi M ACRES on paved road nice property owner financing.' PROPERTIES .
*NICE 1 BR, 2 bath, white cut brick over block 2299 sq ft., beautiful pool :' FRAME HOME Beautiful setting with pecan trees on 2 acres, paved rood. 1.7 ACRES Two-Story Bldg wAiving Area Upstairs 6400 SF. Hwy 301 N.
Mimosa Drive ''i' HAMPTON OAKSi Beautiful brick home on 1.58 acres, 2300 s.f., excellent water. 20 ACRES SW Mobile Home w/Stove I Refrl 2 Wells. Septic. Planted. .
BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME over 2.000 sq. ft., Crystal lake access. REDUCED.: I Pines.

.. I f '0000 INCOMES 2 Stores presently occupied.COMMERCIAL. [ 44 ACRES Will Divide, Owner Financing a Good Terms. Brooker.. .
10 ACRES Will Divide Pecan Grove. Well ft Septic Owner Financing. .
Call One of Our Professionally j 1 ACRES Good Commercial location Hwy; 16W.
family Business In Stark. Excellent Opporunlty'High .
I ACRE for Mobil. Home.
Trained I' Traffic Area .. Call for More Intel E ACRES Hwy. 301 South. .

Staff'Today..964S069'i ONE-HALF ACRE Zoned for Mobile Home.

1 RENTAL: 2 BR. IBa. Sfove K.irlg.. $275. LAKE GENEVA Large lot 100 ft.on Water. .
Hours Call These Realtor Associates: .
After LAKE LOTS Crosby ft Sampson Owner Financing.
,. e lrn L. Faulkner.....9(4-5142 Call Us About LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast Section of City.IF .

.DarUn Godwln..4 .-2503 ) ,LAKE Lon HOMES 'ACREAGE I

We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Listings
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FULL-TIME STYLIST NEEDED paid vocation LAKE GENEVA .' Mobil. Home Pork FREE DOG small' 15 lb. house broken BABYSITTING In my home. Week day LOOK JUST OUTSIDE RAIFORD CITY,
STATI EMPLOYEES) need home (lot. to and holiday, Salary or commis Keystone Partially furnished from pet good.watch dog all shots and only' I'm '''a Christian, mother Call LIMITS mobile home, furnished 3 BR,
your work? W. have clean mobile don, 9642323. 2tchg 11/3.10 $133 month. Call 4737566. '20tpd .neutered to a good proven home 496-3836. anytime 11/10 :2tpd. 11/17 '2 Ba, additional front a bock screened
hornet avallobl. 4681323. 10/8 TF SEWING MACHINE MECHANIC position 7/21.12.1 473-3697. Itpd 11/10 porch AC. CH, nice hade tree*.
FURNISHED ROOM with air all WIIIIH. available. Experience necessary 1 IR COTTAGE near library furnished drive, washer .Included.
paid From $37.50,w.ekly. Magnolia Salary negotiable 7 paid holidays, AC, $240 ma lak' prlvll.g. YARD SALES Available Nov S, won't lat long. $300
Hotel Walnut St. by Post Office. TF paid vocation. .Apply In, person at 4734961. 11/3 tfnchg REAL:'ESTATE 'man, $ISO dep. 431,1568. Itchg 11/10
THREE BEDROOM. bath; clean, close Vogue Mfg.. 710 S. Water St., ,Storke.' RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY N.w MH 3 RUMMAGE SALE and Flea Market

to prlion. Call 468.1323, 6/9TF 9645064. 11/3TF BR/2 BA. High Midge Ettote Call Bob. lion and Lionesses Club. Fri., Nov. 11. .
CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC, EASY WORK! EXCELLENT PAV| Assent -473.7975.4tchg 10/27.11/17 Sat., Nov 12 from 10 a.m.-4 and 1. ."1o-20 ACRES or larger for sale
extra, reasonable rent PINES, ble product at home, Call for Informa MOBILE HOME 2 bedroom 1% bath. Sun, Nov. 13 from 1.4 pjn p.m.,at ih.LIon' New two bedroom 2 bath doublewlde NOTICE
496.2366:SR 121, Lake Butler. 7./HTF Hon 504.641-.8003; ext 9579. 4tpd Conv.nl.nt private and 'cI.on473.4161.2Ichg'I13.10 Club ,(opposite Keystone on one or more acre Call 4963939.
1 IR APARTMENT Indoor and outdoor, 11/323 School table High' day. 454-1593, evening' tfn/chg.
) For 4:011475.2485.. 2tpd CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub
living with bedroom 4 living room ATTENTIONt EXCELLENT INCOME bedroom 9/13
For GENEVA OAKS CONDO On. 11/3-10 mined to the Union County Time office
opening onto walled patio, hear.town home assembly work. Info. Call 'CH, garbag. dlpoal; attic, utility ..FRII SAT Nov. H &'12.,10 a.m. until; In writing and paid In advance
children I .elderly; welcome 964 8601, 504.646-1700. dept P848 2tpd 11/3-17 room. 4752427. 2tchg 11/3-10 Sun,, Nov. 13,| noon until. Take SRI00 FOR SALE ,unless credit I I. already established,
10/20TF NEED EXTRA CASH: lor Chrl.tmog. or a WHITE SANDS LAKE 3 BR furnished W to Immokalee Rd. turn right 10 7066 with this office.THE .
TWO BEDROOM MOBILE-HOME lor rentf full-time |lob? Try Avon. Call Ramona, .hou.. fireplace, A/C. $375 mo $200.d.po.lt. approx. 1 ml on left. Baby children aladies wholesale! Commercial.andresidential. TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
on 1 acre lot. Central'air and heat.$2SO'month. 782.3068, 4tchg 113.:23AnENTlON..HI.ING : 11/10.12/1 CARPET Buy
9644238. 10/27TF' 249.7884.4tpd clothing, mist Itpd 11/10 Free ,samples. Name RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
Federal govern.ment '1100 SQ. FT. HOME 3 BR/t'A BA v.rycl.an. MAGNOLIA AVE. .' Between
ACRE LOTS with mobile home\ brand quoted with manaufacturerandstyle.
ONE )ob. In your'area and overseas. In Clay County, 4 y.ar*"old, Multi-family furniture, THE TELEPHONE.
ready to move Into.; Several to choosefrom. Many Immediate, opening without Florida reference
,fenced back yard $430 mo.1ISO clothes t mltc Classified,
Owner financing Payment less list Itchg P.O. Box 2488 Dolton, Ga. deadline I MONDAY' S
Waiting or tet. $17,840'0569.485. security d.poilt. '1.259.6271 or YARD SALE ,P.M.,
Saturday Nov..I2. 9 0.m..5 prior to Thursday publication.
10/27 Stpd.
than rent Low down Payment. Fr..m511,500.964.4238,1027TF Phone call refundable. 602.8388883ext..f.11006. 30722. 1(800)338-781( )
1.259.2138.4tchg 11/10.12/1 p.m. Rain cancel 6809 Deer Spring 11/10 Minimum charge I I. 15 word.for$3.50.
ROOMS iconCASHERSTOCK FURNISHED COTTAGE for .nlor Rd. Itpd 11/10 REFRIOfRATOR/WASHER Call 4962090. then 15 cent for each word thereafter.YARD .
EFFICIENCY weekly/man' PERSON NEEDED Apply Citizen, Highway 214 C Hall Lake, G".AGIIAL. Fri Sat..Nov. 11 A 12. .
tHy rat... AC, clean, quiet Senior 11/32tpd.I1/10
In person Pep-O, 620 S. Walnut 4732592. Itpd 11/10 clothe
Baby mltc. 'Items., chinocobln.t.
LARGE MICRO WAVI $125 Dlnnet with 6
Cltiien Discount 9645687. 1I/3TF T
Itchg ROOM FOR RENT White Christian lady .. 62'1'14lh
EXCELLENT LOCATION 2 BR, 1 Ba, $:ZOO LPN PULL TIME..end PEN Med/Surg experience seeks female roommate to share ..x.nses. Ave. PostmastersVillage chair, $100 Wall unit $125. Recliner, SALE
off CR 214. 9 -S
per mo.. $100 deposit 964-8704, 2tchg preferred. Excellent salary $40 p.r w..k. Call 477-7574, H/lo'' a.m< p.m. ttpd, $23. Book case $20. 23" console TV,
11/3.10 and benefit to Lake Butler $200. '__"'* 496-3377. Itpd. 11/10 '
numb.r and Norma will Return GARAGE SALE 6994 Gatorbone Rd. CARPORT SALT Decorative Christmas
DESERT ISLE MOTELS 'low dally or weekly Hospital Hand Surgery Center, 850 E. "
call. Itpd Item,
your White Sand Lake, Frl. Nov. 11 and Sat. curtain, carpet, tome building
rate. Kitchenette -room available. Main St., Lake Butler; Fl.,32054.,Call
Mobile LAKE FRONT EFFICIENCY Cotto g..,$225 Nov. 12. Itpd 1 /10GA.AGE MOBILE HOMES'FOR material., 10 peed bicycle, men,
home for rent. Also mobile 4962323. Itchg 11/10 mo. Including electric and vvol.r. Fur. t PLANT SALE Fri, A Sot., SALE ladle, children clothe, dress fabric,
home parking space for rent 782.3332, ,CITY OF STARKE POLICE DEPT, ,Is now accepting nlth.d, screened porch, carpet car. Nov 11 & 12 5th house on right on Im- household items, man watch. Much
2tpd 11/3-10 appltcations for two police officer port. 384.9274 or 473.2909, 2tchg mokalee Rd. Off SR21. Itchg 11/10 more. Watch for signs on SR-:231, about
ONE OR TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT In *. Must be certllled with police 11/10-ITy GARAGE SALE Fri. Sot.. Nov. 11412 1918 DOUBUWIOI 14'x6ff Fireplace, 3 2 mile, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
duplex. Adult only. -468.1)15.) 2lpd standards Hall bedroom 2 bath. Call 4962734.
Apply City Merrill from 9 a.m." until. Car *eot. clothing NOV, 184 19. 11/10 2tpd. 11/17
11/10.17 Dee Office. Itchg 11/10 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYOWNER Assume payment, ltchg.1110CARSTRUCKS ,_
babies children
EXTRA CLEAN 3 BR, IVfc bath mobile women, toy, furniture '
craft 4 ceramic, finished &
home, central air on H acre lot Completely
'' WANTED for v.rtlcal and window "greenware. 2 mile north of Keystone
furnl.h.d. No '$265
pets. mo BUSINESS''OPPORTUNITIES blind business B. ambitious and red ,,
'$100 lecurlty deposit It light on Hwy 21 Turn right on
11/10 964-7554 earn big mon.y. Price$5000 Will train. Gasline Rd. 1st house on left. Follow

12x70 MOBILE HOMEi i.3 BR, 1 ba furnished Golden opportunity! mak. aboveoverage signs. 473.3964,.Itpd 11/10 ,197 JEEP WAGONEER CHEROKEE Four- f
Income. Call today I BIG YARD SALE 3 families. 1st street
or unfurnUhed In very good loca- whee, drive. Quod-troc. Call 4962776.
$71,000PER YEAR Steel looking Gainesville
company 377.1248.4tchg north of football stadium.7560 Golf St.
tion. $220/mo 1110.17TWO $100 depont. 9648704. for dealers 'in Florida. Small refundable 1027.1117: Frl. 4 Sat. 4730316. Itchg 11/10 $2,500 or best 1).1'.1113 2tchg.11/10
deposit required. Other product
BEDROOM unfurniihed house with Include sunrooms,''mobile home pro. "' HOMES FOR SALE
carpet. ,,,708 McMahon Sf. close to ducts 100% financing available Coll NOTICE ','
school. $16S mo. plus $75 deposit, 18004441663. Icon HELP WANTED G J+'
9645882. Itchg 11/10 /' EUREKA LOG HOMES 'The Classified deadline I I. 11.00 a.m. Tuesday GOVE.NMENT'HOMES, from $1 (U. .,'
''EXT.A W, both. mobile trueAm.ric..r' prior to Thursday publication. Carry an open-ended eyeglass caseIn
CLEAN 3 BR, MAINTENANCE ASSISTANT to assist repair) Delinquent tax property
!: Dream Your own, beautiful Minimum charge Is 15 Words for$3.50, your purse to store pens,pencils?.
home, CH&A on 'A acre lot completely ,With general repair and maintenanceof Repossessions. Call 1(805)687-6000( ) ,
log home and ,
exciting Only 'then 15 for each word th. .ot. files small scissors. -
cents r r ,
fingernail ;
ext. for
month GH-1136
furnished No pet.. $265 $100 24900. Available worldwide Information camp facility. 40 hours per week; current repo list,
ec. d.po.lt. 9647554. 2tchg 11/10-17 Call 473-4758 after 5, 2lchg 9/22 8tpd. 11/10
'''and' model ,locations, i Call p.m. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN t'
CLEAN 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT Move, .800.6043.834-4.. fcan' 11/10-17 '
refrigerator, no pets $60 weekly TAKE ''OVER RESTAURANT a GAME' RAILCAR REPAIR FACILITY, ., need all /
,'deposit. 9646232.: Itchg,'11/10 ROOM' ,small ,. Investment.'Coll' petition welder. Apply j in personal THE TELEPHONE. Moines Real Estate
FURNISHED TRAILER: Hwyl l'18 one mile '7823836 Itchg 1 1110R. Kuttom Karl Corp, Reynolds Industrial CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING I should be submitted .
'West of 301,Hampton Lake, Adults orV; ," Park Hwy 16 east, Green Cove Spr, to the Lake Region Monitor office fl

468.1829.2tljldl1/10.17.ly. No pets $250 month plus $200' dept, Ings, Fl. 2tchg 11/10.17. unless In credit writing Is and already paid In establishedwith advance ::!! ((904).) 496-3978' '

THREE BEDROOM I both home,"'cut-de- I ,. this office! REALTOR

sac; no pets, unfurnished near SERVICES -.-
schools. $275 month plus deposit.. MISCELLANEOUSPACK ...COMMERCIAL.., '
964-5377 after 5:30: p.m. 2tchg I'/10.17 SEWING MACHINES CLEANED oiled and -OfFICE BUILDING. 173 W. Main St., Lake Butler paved parking; lot: 94900.
.UPSTAIRS 2 BR furnished; opt v: private r adjust tension In your home. Special RAT Buy:sell: and trade collectl. Possible' leave with option tc< buy. .. r ''j
entrance. No- pets. $175 month. $14.95. Repair all brands. Work' ble Items and antiques, Used furniture. ...LOTS.... .
9642796. Itchg !J1/10 V. DURRANCE -guaranteed. 473.7862. 11/3 tfnchg glassware, '(jewelry and much more. RESIDENTIAL BUILDING LOTS Approx. 2 acre*,' In town, heavily. wOoded..
CLEANING SERVICE Quality home Come see for yourself. One mile east .
$11,300 to 12000. Owner financing. ,' "
{, cleaning ...rvlc.475.3436, 4tchg of Keystone Heights Highway, 100. ...HOMES... .'. i !" ; '

PUMP & SUPPLY 10/20.11/10 4732183. H/3 tfnchg, LAKE AVENUE :2 BR, 1 Ba masonry home. carport large lot.;25000.''', ,;"
YARD CLEAN UP tree trimming win 7 .3 BR, 2 Ba ,1984 Fleetwood MH on 2 acr.*.,.$33,900.. ,
dow ,washing, roof sweepingcom CARS-TRUCKS-BOATS .
...FOR RENT..,' I'
plete lawn care and maintenance. .
.Well' DrillingRotary v -MOBILE HOME LOT in town $75 per month. "
Reference 475-3041. Itchg 11/10
1965 FORD COUNTRY wagon
-I BEDROOM. 1 Ba HOUSE In $ZOO month, .
: .
per ..
AFFORDABLEIT.H.E..ADartni '. DOORS with 352 engine, auto., collectible?. ,,,. "
GRAND 351 Windtor 25 East Main Sts--l.ak.'Butler'- .drhd-ri"' .
.... ._ Call runs. 1W5 TORINO UH..M b ,
"' 00U'\J1oI"" ,.
enginebutbYJ"14734186 2tchct "' "
nf .LoRu. Leveling Service for all your 11/3.10 4I, .yrHarflenMalnesRealtor.n I "i"". i ;7* '4M"' "
PumpsAll foundation ," .,,/ ,I"'j" ,"
repair Keystone ,' "
922 nrownlee St. 1 84 FORD RANGER 4 wheel drive, ;
473 7721.: 7/9TF ,
$3200. Phon.473.7413. 2tchg 11/3.10 "
Camp mandlng 1W. .1. 184 VW POP-UP CAMPER 2.1 liter 90 '
Starke,").32091 I HP engine, fully equipped excellent "
LAND SALESLOT condition. Mutt see to appreciate, ') ,
964-7133' i $8500. .. Itchg 11/10 "
FOR SALE on Washington lake "67 MUSTANG CODE for renovation.
0 Huron Court In Big Tree Lake *ubdlvltlon. Runs. Also parts car $550. 4734815.
2 d3BR. $15,303. Call 8139921657. '2tpd 11/10.17

family Stpd !10/20VU/17 .'
oriented, withlaundry VISIT OUR SHOWROOM I [ ,

'For Your Plumbing Parts Hello My Kane Is BABY BRICK VENEER'- BR/2 BA: one-half .. ,", ,,,'

and large.playground. I am aa Affbaa Houad. 2yoats block from elementary ,school [ JANE
t..=...I 964-7061 old and I'. s Boyl' -473.77074tpd 11/3-24

tow Xf\come 864 N! Temple; ,Ave., Starke Ttmpti.mat aad I'.. _
Sec., 8, Hoyaieq Bad My.. Shots. TEACHER for 12 year' 496-2126. ''or 496-2903
Rents Ytir,305 of '' & Weekends My.. backyard.. i* too '
In Hgts/Melrose
.dour''Xncomv'f 'NIghts old boy Keystone i' '
you QuaJify 964-7578 mall) ;area. Call 473.0861.,Mod 11/10 _:._. 360 W Main St.. Lake Butler "

I and moT; room ,. ..
',' ad Kids to Play.. wltbl' FOR SALE '
.. a ,
!P Call: My Mom FRESH RIVER SHRIMP a caught'dolly for ,.LAKE BUTLER... Lovely 3/2 home on 2 ACRES 1'A block from Main St. In,

:GLORIA'S'' MUSIC HOUSE (studio) ''f' ,M4-415J. 148401Gltada freezer 10 pounds or more. 284.9755. Lake Butler In excellent neighborhood this property ha beautiful tree*.
( ) 4tpd 10/20-11/10 oak, pine and dogwood, to name a few Home ha finished hardwood

INSTRUCTORS: RICHARD KFI.I.OCG fi.GLORIA BRYANT TWO LARGE ANTIQUE! ,wing back floor double-car garage, and privacy. PRICED TO SELL) ,
-WORTHINGTON PRINGS..Country letting surrounds this 3 bedroom
size hlde-a-bed day bed
LESSONS chairs
'large book case and miscellaneous fur- home with fireplace.ut| In time for winter Approximately 1 acre with,,
nature 4737920. 2tchg 11/3-10 barn make this an Ideal pick to get out of town. ,
CALL 'fueFrlll7SunMon102
964-8210: : OR) LEASE FISHER WOOD BURNING STOVE, WORTHINGTON SPRINGS... 2-itory home (Handyman special) up to 48
Baldwin 77 organ, Alvarez 5 string ban. ACRES available Owner will ell a* little a* 5 acre Bet port I I. OWNER '

SJARiKEi ,FLA jo. Tf,phone 475-3100 oft.r 5 p.m. FINANCING available to qualified buyer THIS WON'T LAST LONG. Owner
4tchg/ I1A10.12/1 would consider "Leae with option to purchase" qualified person I
Bradford '' ,MOVING L Furniture for sole. 4737190. PROVIDENCE..614 Acre off SR 238 with mobile home. Possibly tome
: 'Properties Iml ALL OR PART Box 1365 Swan, Lake Rd."off SR )JOO.Itpd owner finance to qualified buy.r. ,

11/10 LAKE BUTLER.3 lots available, I lot front Lake Ave.2 block from Middle
& Investments Inc. 7.5 Acres 220 Ft on.U.S. 3O1 M1TA COPYSTAR 900-D copier for sole
and High School. 2 other 'lot located 1 block off Main St. OWNER WILL "
12.000 Sq. Ft Bldg, '.with paper and toner; $200.: 473-3681 ,FINANCE. Lot already urveyed.

.Suzanne'Xltchens 4tchg 11/10.12/ .LAKE BUTIER..3 lot and 2 mobile home available. Owner will finance

[ 964-7630)] Lie Seal Estate Broker $ 2OO.OOOOWNER ,vacant lot or mobile home and lot combined. '
,, -WORTHINGTON SPRINGS..Beautful! acre near Santa Fe Rlv.r..Wdoded

WILt. FINANCE; lots of rood frontage Owner will ell 1 acre or more. ALSO OWNER
(next to MoslsyTlre Co.) FINANCED.
e Did You Sell Your Property?, :RAIFORD..Country living can't be beat on this FARM.Ha all you need io
11,000: Three acres with sweetwater stream} great variety of IDENJ'FOR Do You Receive Payments On a walk right In and tort farming. Comfortable Home, Tractor and Equip..
trees sandy soil no septic mound needed., : Mortgage or Agreement for Deed? ''m.n'. fish pond pasture, crop land. .
$ 19OOO'IIsWng: Retreat: South Shore, Crosby: Lake, 100 ft,, TRUCI'.E r S. EQUIPMENT CO.. Wouldn't You Rather Have ALL SHAW SUBDIVISION. BR, 1'It ba, CB home. Include appliance, OWNER '

waterfront, 600 ft. depth. CONTRACTORS. LUMBER CO. -Cash Now? ANXIOUS. Priced right to tell I

$ 33.500; ;'Small cash Investment Brg Value.'Masonry home} WHOLESALERS ,Call Fred Farnsworth for Details

in quiet nd( iborhood.;, '' r
$ 41.000: Very cozy freshly painted concrete block home FOR INFO CALL OWNER
1-804-780-8988 Lie. Mtg. Broker Inverness. FL I II
with an city facilities., LRKE'BUTLER RPflRTmEIlTS

'$165,000;,Architecturally designed home on beautiful

Hampton Lake, secluded on 1.7 acres., .,/ Now taking application for 12bedoom units;These

$ 52,000: Country home stucco exterior. one full acre fenced, PINE 'FOREST'APARTMENTS all-electric units are spacious with lots of closet space and all have '

.$ 86.000: Handsome brick ranch home restricted area In wall-to-wall carpet.crapes, and kitchen appliances.On-slte laundry

'tcM'n. rwce reduced. facilities.Rental assistance available for qualified. applicants..

,$ 69,000:Large four bedroom. thre full bath home on"extra Now Accepting Applications, for For application and Information

large lot dose to school. ,2 & '3 Apartments Starting at.$195.. Please ... us at Gr

,$. 4,500: Beautiful 1/2 acre building site. Paved road'too! I I 1005 SW 6th Street t

REDUCED$1200! NOW ONLY$3300! ,
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lake Butler Fl 32054
$ 25,000:' Lake Lot ?100 ft.'on the water.! ; CHAFully/ : Equipped Kitchen Cable Ready Or Call 496-3)41) -r:1.

1530 W. Madison Street 'EQUAL .

U ,Starke 964-6312 I, = r i OPPORTUNITY HOUSING: -

Mon-Fri9-5PM Now Leasing

Elixson? Wood Products .I Inc. Forest Park ,Apartmjqits

An apartmcnt complex designed for moderate I." its; j.:

Cypress Mulch Pine Bark''YouPlck 'f FOR SALE / Income families. No rental assistance I..f;'iir....., : 17t. available Attractive 16r 2 DR/1 Ba apts.. :' l" '.
Up or We Deliver Dirt, Top Soil range. )Refrigerator carpet central heat & air. 1. ',:..i-..{.' ?

Large' or'' Small Loads of Llmerock patio and laundry. Free water sewer&
Red Heart Lumber' ; garbage. Rent $183 $220 mlnlmum.Two
We Have Cypress
;Also. 'Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer j' complete handicapped apartments avail.

964-6649, ,Forest Park Apertmente-77S NE let Street, lAke flutter Ft 32OS4
964-6182 96,4-5823' 964-6095, ((904)400-3438) ,E.II.0.

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YARD SALES ill McMahon (behind Pint \,. ." "?Vii\. TRANSMISSION. INC "
'Hut). FRIDAY ONLY 9ilO-2:30. Games, '. ',' :' Heater & Radiator,Repair 08pecllU.t <
clothes, knlcknacks, etc. Itch, 11/10
EAST 230 across from Bethel Church Rd.
FOR SALE PERSONAL SERVICES YARD SALE Frl' 4 Sat. 9.2 p.m. Mostly baby Item Heater Cores Water Pumps Part
and furnltyft. Itcho 11/10
(FREE Cooling
SATURDAY SALE 9 til. Clothes, lots of
MUSICAL$ .99 per INSTRUMENTS month. Call 9646946.At low aiM ;TRACTOR WORKS mowing $20/hr;; tilling YARD SALE 8:30 tit Maternity; clothe, miscellaneous Items 1316 W. MadisonSt System Inspection)
,$30/hr. Call Mr. Craft, 964-6697 or Jim clothe Itchg 11/10
NEWSPAPER PLATES, aluminum, my O'Steen, 964.7387 after S p.m. 8N baby trumpet compound bow Best Piece In Town To Take A L a
measure 24x36" $.25 each. Great for Ford Tractor for safe' ,) good condition. and battery power three wheeler men | Comer 964-6810 901 a: Bit leO |
women size 9 clothe.
repair TELEGRAPH. 133
2tpd 11/3-10 .
W. Call St. 964-6309. TF PUBLIC NOTICE At of. 10/31/881 I will Parkwood Place, Starke. Itpd 11/10 l
ALICIA HAY In rolls und.r barn. Nov. 11.12, Wan Ads Gof Results O
Delivery not be responsible for any bill or ether shotgun high choir stroller !
available. Arthur Gasklns
action Incurred by SHERRI BATTEN.. 4
pot pan, silverware, sofa-bed,
OAK 5/26TF WOOD FOR SALE /./ ALBERT L. BATTEN. Itpd 11/10 spreads, sheets, ,dungarees, towels Global House of Orange Park
533-2474.9/29TF: "
sweeper heaters fan.
225 AMP LINCOLN WILDER $250 080.782.3562.2t bean All, Pink Panther, Dinosaurs 1979 Ford Falrrnant 6cyl. 7 mile South Announces
11/10-17 Moose, Horseshoe Heart,
Funny etc.
Starke on Rd. 100 left.
on Itpd 11/10 I1a
FRESH RIVER SHRIMP for freezer, 964-6644.Itpd 11/10
284.9755. p.m.
4tpd 10/20.11/10 CNA GRADUATE will do In-home-car Children clothe like
newt I
1000 SUNtEDS TONING TAiLESi Sunol.. for elderly. Monday thru Friday.Wage household Item
baby bed mate Single Wides Under $200 Monthly'
Tanning Beds SlenderQuest negotiable. 964-2810. 2tpd 11/3-17 tress and accessories, US 301 South
Paulve' Exerciser Call for FREE color RITE-WAY ROOFING COt Re-roof, New lust past Mosley Tlr*. Itpd 11/10 5% & 7% Down
catalogue. Save to 50%. Roofs Leak Fixed Shingle Roof. S FAMILY SALE, Saturday NE 10th St. 4 Double Wldes Under $250
1-800-835-3826. 964.3392.64.2976.. 9647612. nc 11/10 2nd Ave., Bessent Rd. Across from old Mickey Mouse's voice was originally Monthly
USED OFFICE FURNITUREi m.tol EXPERIENCED HOUSEKEEPER, 'very hospital.. Follow sign, 10-4 p.m. Itpd that of Walt Disney himself. Like New Repo's
secretary desk: metal executive desk; reliable, reasonable rate*. Rememberthe 11/10 -Land< Package Deals In Your Area "
wood.n.z.cutlvsd..kj miscellaneous holiday Call Brenda. 964-2051. -
chairs. Make reasonable offeri 'Call Itchg 11/10 CALL 276-3647 "

after 6 p.m., 475-2195 or 964-6922. WANT TO BABYSIT In my home, 1 or 21, uP
2lchg 11/3.10 children. IB mo to S year, old.
DEER DOG FOR SALE 964.8375, Itpd 964-8090. 2tpd 11/10-17

CLEARANCE SALEs All TVs gr.otly redue- WORK Reasonable price. Free Sales ,Associates
ed and must go. CAMPBELL ELEC. Estimates. Call/ Christian Painting. CORPORATIONEARN
TRONICS 132 E. Call St. 2tpd 11/10.17 964-2031. ,Itchg 11/10 Sunshine Jr. Stores Inc. national leader In the conveniencestore
100"% FINANCING on all sizes and RENTAL SERVICE, with operator only. .$230,000 + PER YEAR' Industry has store manager, assistant 'manager and
shapes of steel buildings and Forklift. boom and dump truck, Individually or' $807,500 with 10
sales associate available for qualified applicants.
sunrooms. Compl.t. turnk.y lob. trailer*,rollback and towing. If you positions
with America's most
Prices starting at $2996. Call. want to move It, low it, raise It, or associates ( ) Sunshine Jr. Stores Inc. offers: .

t8004441663. fcan whatever, check with us. Maybe we exciting business opportunity.We Flexible full and part time schedules. ,
SEAT LIFT CHAIRS If you're a Medicare can helps George or George II: Rick .
have attracted CPA's lawyers MBA's., Company training program
recipient with a qualifying condition Salvage 964.5184. Itpd 11/10 '
call toll free number for more Informa- CHILD. CARE reliable, dependable management executives, salespeople, and others, Excellent starting pay based on experience and education
tion. 18004454174. Icon mother of two would like to babysit for who own franchises., Retirement program
PECANS PECANS Crocked, shelled you In my home In town. Mon-Frl, Medical/Life and
6:30-6 Brand new product a Unlimited market disability
U-pick. Crack yours for $.20 lb. p.m. 964.6557Itpd 11/10 .
7823752. 2tpd 11/10.17 SEWING MACHINES. All makes and CUENT benefits .,YOU allocate your Advancement opportunities morel
,SEVERAL ITEMS round wooden table modals cleaned and oiled and ad- own time Experience desired but not required. Apply today'at'your local

$10; wood heating stove $70; lots of |ustad.. $15.00. 19 year oxperitnc substantially at no Jr. store In Keystone Heights and Waldo Fl area.HERITAGE .
tools, dishes. free clothes; '964-6362. All work guaranteed. Hwy 233 4 16 extra costProduct y Expert training'
Itchg 11/10 (Morgan Rd.) Call 964-87)3 for house No Inventory
PECAN HARVESTER Self-propelled call. 8/4TF tells itself
harvests 7-10 acres.. Excellent condi CARPETS STEAM CLEANED $9.95 per when. shown: Minimal overhead

tion. $730. Call Waldo 4681398. Itchg room, 2 room minimum. 5 room Not a franchise or
11/10 special $44.75. Price good thru Dec. .1'10 competition MUM An
CHEST FREEZER 19 cU.ft. Citation,'works 20. We specialize In DuPont Teflon protector Equal Opportunity Employer
good. $125. 7823515. TFm| Stain 4 odor removal water Limited number of Marketing Rights
PECAN CRACKER with blower 70 plus damage and carpet repairs. Call TOTAL INVESTMENT $20,000For
pounds per hour. $350. Call 468-1398... '964-4485 '7 o.m.-6 p.m. Mon-Fri.;; VILLAS
Waldo. Itchg 11/10 964-8961 a.m-6 p.m. 964-8961 after 6
SEVERAL ITEMS Color' 19" TV, Goldstar p.m. 3tpd 11/10-24 an Information' package call 607 Bradford Court"" in StarkeApplications

portable, $125; Kenmore woshlne AFFORDABLE HOME IMPROVEMENTS 1 ((416)368-0464) : :or ((416))941-9922 ; ::.) ,
full ,
machine, capacity $75 Sing.risewing ,
; all '
Carpentry. framing roofing. ) 'for'I
; :
machine $75; sewing table$25; do '
remodeling It all.
we Experienced
'J.> cypress coffee table with .cenictop works' guaranteed ,licensed., Free: immediate occupancy) are .

$50. Call 964.3298.ltchg 11/10 estimates. Call Joe,.964-3539 anytime.. being'accepted' ''ona: 1 &,,2:
APPLIANCES Sears washer 4 dryer, 6'mo. Itpd 111Q'HOUSE .
.. old. $500;, Hotpolnt' .I.ctrlc. FOR SALE BY OWNER BR apartments.. Monthly
CLEANING SPECIAL We willpressure
rang., 6 mas. ''old, '$300) wash any single story home payments' from $220, 'plus
96442866100. Itpd 11/10 .
mobile home utilities Handicapped
SEVERAL ITEMS king size, bed $150; $39.95.doublewlde Singlewlde S One &TWo Acre Mobile Home Lots.$3,500 and Up >
$19.95; $34.95. Carport., units available..
queen size bed $60; recllner chair $20; roof, owning, window 4 screens, e New 2 BR. 2 BA Home In Graham.......$4OOOO are 'also

( ,; ,.dresser $100. 964-4402. Itchg 11/10, ,walkways or. extra. .Expert .mildew 200 Acres nearTheressa........$.,OOO acre Rental; information; ''at'\d\

GALVANIZED ROOFING good quality by removal. Call 964-4485 7 a.m. to. 6. e Beautiful lake lots! On paved road In Hawthorne $25OOO and Up applications are

R.ynold. 8 ft. $5.41,10 ft. $6.76; 12 ft. p.m. or 964.8961' after 6 "p.m. 3tpd Building Lot In Smokerlse Subdivision.\ ....Keystone $5OOO ayalable'at the ''Rental

r $7.95.4682624.Stephen 11/3 Smith lumber, 11/10-24 2 Lots and Mobile Home..Keystone.... $22.500 Office, 607 Bradford

.;' 'VINYL SIDINGS $.59 per so,. ft. Colors 2.0OO SQ. Ft.Home on 2 1/2 Ac. Rent' or. Sale $4OO/Mo, Court Starke '
available. Free do-it-yourself booklet YARD SALE f'QRRENT '
Mon-Fri. 9-5:30 964-6216
with purchase. Stephen Smith lumber 2 Homes 2 miles north of Starke 3 BR. 1 BA. completely furnish. p.m.Call

r 468.2624.111:1: .1.[ .? 'I ,4 FAMILY, YARD SALE Sot., tl/S 8-j .- $$500/M' -" 4. ?,. EQUAL HOUSING OR2pR'1'UNt'l'Y
WE FURNISH HOGS butchered and p.m., 411 N. St. Clair St. Oil heater e Ocala National Forest "hunting & fishing retreat on '
dressed for' freezer. $1 per pound .kerosene heater clothes, shoes, .TV Rodman Reservoir.....$25.000
: hanging weight.7823292. 2tpd 11/3-10 with radio new porta-potty. It 11/10 i

PERSONAL SERVICES 11/11-12 301 N. 3Vi mile on right Ronald E. Newman Sr.
Look for signs. Boys, girl 4 adult,
'''. WANT TO DRINK. clothes, dishes, furniture, microwave, 473-2187- Evenings
1 THAT'S YOUR BUSINESSI toaster oven, miscellaneous. 30-3: e Instant Financing No Points Reasonable Interest Rates The Strawberry Patch
WANT TO STOP p.m. Itpd 11/10
IT/12. St. Clair St.. Look for signs Itpd
Anonymous '
11/10 Us at Our House
r.,:1'I; I,.... .';0"' pd thru 12/29 MOVING SALE! clothes, bikes, bed, For Our :All-You-Care-To-Eat
,"" CHAIN 'LINK FENCEs Installed. Free washer, misc. 3 mite from 301 on East ,Bountiful Buffet
'. ..tlmot... HANDY-MAN FENCE CO.,' 100 on right. Sat 9 a.m. til. Itpd 11/10
Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559 TF SATURDAY. NOV. IJl 9.3 p.m. Kids, r.
BULLDOZER WORKs $40 hour. clothe, toy, furniture,, lot of craft All from
per 6 9 pm'No
Open Day am c
I 7823306. If no answer 782-3954 leave 501 S. Myrtle St., corn.rL.glon' ;Terr Ssisni 3
11/10 41ElEf Illl reservations, please,
name and number. 8/25TF: Myrtle. Itchg -**
GARAGE SALES Saturday-Sunday,
WELL DRILLING PUMPS 4 SERVICE Our- household mill until
Several families
Supply, Co:, Water
rance Pump Item SR 223 2 mile West of Lawtey tt', n Buffet
864 N. Temple : HighlightHomemade
Systems Specialists.
< ,
yellow brick house on right. Itpd 11/10
; Ave.. US 301, Stork., Fl 32091. 9/8TF
BIO YARD SALE Sat., 11/12 on Rd. 22SW..t '
11/4 mile off 301 or 4 miles off SR: .
Reasonable price. 964.3-<<6. Ask. for 16. School bus In yard. Bikes, toys 'Salk Garden Fresh Salad Bar

Pot. 4tchg SERVICE 10201110LAWN residential and commercial tires, plant,:.heater lots more.. \Itpd :Aluminum Roast Turkey & Dressing,

Iowan, vacuumed, mowed cypress 11/10 Cranberry Sauce''
BACKYARD SALE Furniture, toys, & Const. Inc.
mulching... trees r.moved. 9644238. microwave, clothe 402 South St.. Friday 4111 slim Giblet Gravy '

10/27TF SERVICES machine harvesting 4 Saturday. Itpd 11/10 'Serwn Melroto Keyttone 4 'Starko'aroai Roast Beef Au Jus IRli+
, shelling a' orchard YARD SALE!:334 Thompson St.Stereo' Since 1975'. .A Vartety.ofVegetables.Hot
furniture, clothes, household\ mir
Also custom tractor services SCREEN PORCHES. PATIO COVERS Rolls.
\ maintenance. dishes. Friday 11/11 8.3 Itpd & Creamery Butter'
'J:,;{. !; '" .. available. 9643210. nC 11/10 ,11/10 p.m. ,. POOL ENCLOSURE CARPORTS :
""' YARD SALE baby Item, car seat rowing GLASS & VINYL WU DOWS ,;11\.
:.ll, ;. home, Mon-Frl, DeerFoot area., |
machine, sweaters, jackets.
: ; : ,' 964-4353 nc 11/10 WOOD & CONCRETE DECKS ] '
.Southgate Dr. From hospital stay on Children Under 12 Adults,
.4' Colley Rd past nursing home and ROOFOVERS SWIMMING POOLS $3.50 '
Soutruide Elem. to Southgat Dr. Fri $
:\' ,\\i. : Train day' 4 Sat., 111112. 8-, p.m., Itpd o Infants to 3 6.95The
t' '''1'' ,; 11/10 : IM % FREE FOR FREE
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; ," ; To Be A GRIFFH LOOPS V4 mile past 2nd RR crossIng 'n n QUALITY'S \
on the left. Sheets pillowcases, ESTIMATES SAKE \
I' Professional, dishes. lots more. Itpd 11/10 its. IIIIIHJ: CALL Strawberry:Patch RutaurantThe'EcONO'LODGE

. :' .',,1. .SECRETARY YARD SALE furniture, misc.. ItiaVand /l
'. adult clothes, odd 4 ends, '

. ";' ," .. EXEC. SECRETARY 16 to NW 34th Ave.Thuri... Fri.Sat. Itpd irllT 1375-11061 Hwy 301 N. 964-7600 ext 299

. Start .locally fulltlmeparttlme.Learn 11/10
word processing a related 3 FAMILY GARAGE SALE Saturday 2800 N.W. 74th PL --
secretqrlal skills. Home study and 8:30-2 p.m. Keystone Oak. Drive off SR 8teve Mayor Mamago
National 100. Stereo chair, lots of household
headquarters.resident.trdnktg.Pompano Bch FL miscellaneous, lot of ladles, small : State Cert RC010166 _0

,.FIINANCIAl AID AVAILABLESJOB (eons, boys sUe 9 thru 11. Itchg 11/10
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Executed Before his capture, he fled north..
Tully said Daugherty was convicted
Monday at FSP' ,of robberies in Virginia and robberies

t' ! Death row ''inmate Jeffrey James and two murders in PennSylvania
ATTENTION After his convictions!
CECILIA( BALDRIC M.D. Daugherty\ was executed at 5:12: returned to Florida.
( there
p m Nov 7 at Florida State Prison
ATTENTION !, ! Daugherty, 33, was condemned for For the Flagler and Volusia COI'1ty -
: two
murders he
i.i.,, PEDIATRICIANannounces the March I, 1978 murder of Lavonne sentenced, to
Patricia Sailer, a Brevard County sentencesv He was
Persons.interested in attending MANICURING hitchhiker After robbing her death on April 27, 1981 for the
of: He was
the rec ht opening Daugherty shot her five times at Brevard County murder. '
l .. PEDICURING) & SCULPTURE NAIL close range, leaving her to die in a first scheduled to die Oct 15, 1987
;:, her .Starke Office '" --- -countydumpaccordingtocourt., but received a stay of execution. .
:: CLASSES.w "--
records, Governor Bob'Marttner
" t This was the first Florida execution second death warranton
':, Primary Specialty: Newborns'& Children since Willie Darden died in the Oct. 7. There are' nine other inmates ,
Applications are now being taken for night electric chair March 15. Daugherty with active death warrants,
,( '; Secondary Specialty:Adult Medicine became the 19th person in Florida 294 inmates remain on death' row
Hours will be
classes starting Nqvembcr 14. and the 103 in the united States to be. atFSP.
' : Accepts Monday thru Thursday 6 p.m. until 10 p.m exectued since 1976, when the U. S.
Court allowed states
Supreme to
:,, Blue CrossI luc Shield, P.P,C.Provider After successful completion of the class, students, reinstate capital punishment.Dau FSP Inmate Captured /

! t, and Medicaid Insurance'' will automatically be Board Certified an4 herty's criminal history was Shortly I\fter'Escape'
... extensive.In addition to the Brevard A Florida State Prison Inmate'cotvvicted
.I Licensed.For County murder,Daugherty was convicted of four murders was captured
'I'1"\ .. OFFICE HOURS' of robbing a convenience, Nov 8 about V/t miles east of the
"\\1"" in Flagler County and killing '
::::'1 Mon.. '- Fri. 1-4; Saturday 11-2 stflje tnlperk.> Carmen Abrams Feb. 23, main George prison Young gate.,Jr? 44, was found
I information abo'iit enrollment call
;.1. 86.1 Temple Avenue, Suite A more \ 197e He had another murder convic- by correctional officers in some ,
\,,; Bradford-tJnfon Vocational Technical Center tion out of Volusia County in 1980. brush In a swampy area on' the
, (Across from Pizza Hut) Daugherty had come to Florida prison grounds off SR:16.: accordingto
ili Arter Hours: 964-6150 or 964-6800, ext,. 122. from Michigan with his girlfriendand Paula Tully, Spokesperson for the
',I)' 9 64-3 29 5 755-2441,752.2689 uncle to visit her children, aci Department of Corrections. He of-
:: cording to corrections spokeswoman fered no resistance, said Tully.
f\ ,
:'f1'\(" Ponln Tollyff .. 'Young was shot at after he scaled
,barbed-wire' fences but he was:not _
,\1 .' !I ( II i !' Injured. He was spotted fleeing from

I"r' ''r fi : 'h,!' ; !t.i!;''I' I I'r ,,11 ltII'ltI{ r'lllflil\\(( hJ1R! !I lt hjr\\liJil! afti 1 liI\bJ!! ;\! tlM: I qfll\lrl"\ \I "'1t III'lilmff' ":rfmllil ll. JI: IW t ,' 'f'I'I" : cell and shot the later Young fences fled window and in found the had the about tower on,with inmate cut him two 2:30 The a: 'hacksaw said fell bars,officer a.m.but Tully out by\.fired got of blade a,'his officer Ho up a-

l liI
: ,{ had apparently used blankets to protect

:\; r iI :fil :' Get Ready for Hunting: : Season Final himself DispositionsIn from the barbed wire. '

With A Great Buy from Bradford Circuit
---- 'The following final 'disposition!
r, I were made Oct. 24 in Bradford Coun-
i Ii ty Circuit Court with Judge StephanP.
i ORIAN WELLS CHEVY-OLDS Mickle presiding..
Six of the defendants were I arrested -
I April '22 during "Operation
t" Crack Down" conducted by the.,

,'.i ''i 't' Duval Bradford County County authorities.Sheriff,assisted More than\ by

. ,"I' !t. 1989Chevy d'T T1i !.: ,, '32 adults and one juvenile were
, \ (J charged' with numerouS drug{{
/ charges when'a case was mad
< i/l J11 every 15 minutes in the Reno area of
Starke.The sting was intended to'cut
} ; i S-10 //01 down on the demand for the illegal l
drugs thus effecting the,street seller

f:. 'I I' CylfFuel .Injected',5-Speed.(O/D) ; ,i Sherry Elizabeth Alvarez of Rout?'
('; Pi : ''Transrilissiori'A/C,, .r AM, Radio, ,Rally' 1 ,,4.withheld Starke on* adjudication a charge of purchase of guilt;was or

{f!>' :l. \ : ; i 'Wheels 1 Rear Bumper1$8688 : : ., : 'i., jl' cocaine possession with, placed special!with on intent conditions 18 months,to 'purchase,probation treat-

" "! ''he) ment and counseling (must submit
/i\\ *' to urinalysis, $500 to Bradford/
".. I I pay '
\ I) ', Per 1'1 County Sheriff's fund. .
"< I Belton Jones of Lake Butler -'ad
15 9 judicated guilty; 'of purchase' or
:; 11:t ; Mo. cJ'i I possession with intent to purchasR/ '
" \\ In : cocaine, placed on 24 month,! proba-
Lion with
\ l1 To Choose .:,j Julia Griffin of Oak St. adjudication .
''.,$1.OOO Down, 11.9%, 66 Mos.'+Tag,Tax Net Rebate, :From withheld, placed on 18 months
\\ "\ : / 11 I probation, submit to evaluation and
: : testing at BUGC get supervision
, 1 t. John Clayton Garvin of 'Mid-
\ t 1989 '$ dleburg adjudication withheld on a

'" \ \ 199 ""L'' ; ; W charge of purchase' or possession
\ :
Down ,with intent to purchase Cocaine,
l \ Celebrity ; placed on 18 months probation. ? $5<)X).
,f. f '
I.. \ \ : plus Tax,Tag, & Title ,, j : :.' fine, special conditions.
I \ j John Russell Raulerson' of Mtd-
11.11.I I t AT,AC. Split Seats, White Side Walls Lets you take :. :i It dleburg adjudication,withheld on a
Floormats. Molding Pkg.Sale $10.999 I charge of purchase or possessionwith
\ ) I Itt
r :\\j\ i 4.- home the Used : f intent to purchase cocaine, .
; t \ # X jq placed on 18 probation,$509 fine with
'i: : y\,1\ \ \1', \ 218 Per Vehicle' of Your //if j special David conditions Jim Browning of Starke -

I Y t' M o. found guilty purchase or possession,
' \ Celebrity Sedan' Choice !
' / K 4 dr '' } J with intent to purchase cocaine;
: ) Net Rebate Fin. $9.999, ,placed on five years' .probation' with

:,: f \\1 ,} ''I HUGE LIQUIDATION SALE:! I ,lljm tl!!!;4'' 'special charges Additional conditions.:were l sentencings as follows, on various"

Marklee John Harris, Jr. found
'. \. ', \ : guilty aggravated battery placedon

::1'; ,1\t\ \. 88 Chey Cf 9,999.00 87 Jeep CP' 6999.00 87 Chevy,, CP 8,495.00 87.Suzuki CP 6,999.00 y IY'UI.t l l:1i with Stephen 24 Special months W.conditions.Foster community adjudication control' of

J },\ \': \.' Beret a DownI9 ..0.Wrgl Down 199.0 va11er Down 199:0, 4x4, Down 199.0, r I' ill l guilt lewd withheld assault on,a placed charge on of 24 attempted mon-

:, .\ \, Iuto> .AC. 14.9x661 4x4' 14.9X66 14,9O6x66 5 Speed., 14.9 x6x 66 ths probation with. special condi
: -+ AT AG:PS. --'-'- I I t' .
: \ CC1W.; : Convertible; i tions.
f/: ); ? \t 7soo miles MO219.0 5 Speed MO--15,4-.0 PB,Am/Fm Mo187.0ACeaHE)00' Mo199.0 //J}' Willie James Simmons f adjudication
: I( of guilt withheld on a charge of
: I1 grand theft, placed'' on five
l :
l j \\, 88 Olds cr 10:799.00 $6 \ CP 7,999.00 86 Ford 'cP .'lo,9oo.oa, 86 Chevy CP 6,999.00.., :{,l I {iJ probation with special conditions.years

t !" Ciera 199.0 Toyota' 199:0 Bronco 199.0 Celebrity Down 199:0: t( rll James Buford Parker Jr adjudication
. l' Down Down Down of guilt withheld on a
. I \ 4 Dr. of lewd or lascivious assault,
I: It. \\1. 14.'rb x 66 Sgp4d 15.9%x 54 4x4 15.9.6x54 I Euros rt. l'" .goAlx54 I f charge placed on five years probation with
I PW t
/r.Ac. ; Mud l I
: PW; '
wheels. conditions
Rally special
,' ttti" i I ('[.,TW, CL ,tMo239.0 grlpe.NC Mo'199.0 CcTW..CC.V8 Mo289.0 Tw.CC.AM/FM MO 179.0 ., FliP Troopers

:":0,: I I ;, 8 Mazda CP 6999.00 86 Ford CP '7,999.00 86 Pontiac CP 8.499.00 86 GMC CP 7.999:00: j jl i',' Continue License,

: I\ B2000 SE51Ext; Fl50 Fier Jimmy fI It Vehicle Inspections
I cab pu 199.0 Down 199.0 Sunroof.!vs GTp, PW v"199.0 mown 1990 ,I I rtJ Bradford CountyThe
I Il 14.9x66 l.XAC4'' 15.9x54 PL. PW.CC 15.996 z 54 4V6X '15.9x54 IH Florida Highway Patrol'will
"" ,.
I 5 Speed. '-"' Loaded < no AC : I be conducting driver license and
; .30I7;;,
Jr J ,1 ACv PS MO 154.0 PB Mo211.0 miles MO 224.0 IW'PL, Mo211.0 vehicle inspection checkpoints during -
F 7 f week
rf 'i ; the of Nov 11 through Nov.
'" 17 on SR-21 SR-100, SR-230, SR-18
.,' It t 87 Olds cP s.9 s.oo 88 3/4 TOA CP 16,900.00 86 Ford CP 7,999.00 85 Chev CP 5,499.00 1i1 ; SR16. CR-18, CR-16. CR-21B,

J ti\ Calais Down 199.0 Vahrl:: vy sportownl 9.0 T- ird Down 199.0 M/C Downl99.0 't'i' I CR-227 CR-225.CR-221 CR-125 CR-230, CR-229 and CR-100A CR-231.

:,i... ,,;,' 4Di.16K'' H.9O.-6x66 Loaded 350.AT,. ,I4.966 V6.AT.AC. 15.996x54 .AT.. Pa 16.5x48M0199.0PW i ., in Recognizing Bradford County.the danger presentedto
I" miles T\.V I
PW: 21K p the public by defective vehicle
, i' CC, 1.AC P4'IW Mo382.0 mll APL MO 21 1.0 Mo 15Od i ,, equipment, Troopers will concentrate
;. their efforts on vehicles being
-\ i! : : 86 Ford CP: 7899.00 85 Subru CP 6,999.00 85 Ford CP 7,999.00 j 1 operated with, defects such as bad
k \ I i brakes worn tires and defective
;..F ;\!\ F150 Down 199.0 S.W Down 199.0 Crown 'Down 199.00 I II lighting equipment. In addition attention

:;I f I \1; I,1 i,I 2x4 15.9%x 54 38Kmll s. '16.5x48 Victoria$ 16.5x48 : ;' l, who would will violate be directed the driver to drivers license

,.t 1 V8.AC.LWB 5 Spd. PW. laws of Florida. '
; : i' {
: ,t 1 t. 32K miles MO.199.0 PL MO 169.0 MO 231 .0 ,'. f The Patrol has found these check ,
to be effective
I points an means. of en
forcing the equipment and driver
license laws of Florida while insuring
.r, '. the protection of all motorists.

i' rn J I Union County
;' 0
The Florida Highway Patrol wl
ft 964-75OO ( ,be conducting driver license',an
F\ t ,
). I [ vehicle inspection checkpoints dui
I IK' I CHEVROLET --- jO3 I ing.the week of Nov.11 through'Nov
Hwy ''sot, North 372-0 : 17 on SR-100, SR-121 SR-231 SR-24
f 'Mon
Fri. 8:30-8PM
K' 1 : SR-238 CR-18 CR-237, CR-22
, I Llln Starke Sot. 9-oPM Sun. 1-5PM OLDSMOBIL& CR-125 CR-231A, CR-24A and CP

I r, 1 !I 1 !l l\hK\ 'I 1; '1M'' rU1 )I\lliJl'ilm\ : 1111'm. 1I\ II iiI.;11, II"Ul'i: ; III' ,; irJ! UIil'f; : lmSlIaralRl1i\iIIM! \ II:ItllIIi IliD!It!iiiUi! lt 1IIiI!, i I II 796A In Union County

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