Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 23, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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tober 3.64 inches, November 1.86 Inches. December 3.08 inches. Ar.o D.oth., 'IQB. 108th Year STARKE. FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
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Freshman Class... Of 90 '
1j Years ;
The Freshman Class will be sell- : .
ing souvenir mums (artificial) at .
this Friday night, Oct. 24, at the
BHS Alumni Assocation meeting. .
Prices are $6, $5, $2, depending i li4 I "
w" upon the size of the mum. Set
> to MeetA i

Youth of the First United reunion to top all reunions, the C-Building on the present site, and
Methodist Church will be 'trick or biggest event in 90 years, is set at from RJE High.A .
treating' for UNICEF this Sunday, Bradford High School this weekend reunion rally is set for all
Oct. 26 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Collection .1 when all former graduates are in- graduates from 9-11 a.m. Saturday
boxes are in some businesses vited to the school to join in the morning, Oct. 25, in the BHS library.
:*. si downtown or you may contact the homecoming activities of the Classof Various class reunions are scheduled -
church office if you wish to donate 1U86.\ for the afternoon and night. See
*"* and no one visits your home. 44 All graduates, former students, schedule below for times and placesfor
Contributions from caring and t.t faculty, and friends are invited to individual meetings.The .
concerned people enable UNICEFto the Bradford High School reunion, reunion is being sponsored by
reach to the four corners of the t) ';, 1 set Friday and Saturday, Oct. 2425. the recently organized BHS Alumni
globe to help save the lives of ; "This weekend will really be an Association, with Hildebran servingas
millions of children each year. 2 event," says Bill Graham, Class of reunion chairperson.The .
t x x'j4 1931.The BHS library will be open for
Special Olympics, the largest inv''y' celebration has attracted the visiting and sharing memories with
ternational program of sports training notice of many graduates from
:. physical fitness and athletic ; ..p1yP' rears, past and organizers are (See BUS Grads..P.2A)
.'f J-. competition for the mentally. 'pleasantly suprised" at the
*. retarded, is sponsored by the response to written invitations sent
Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foundation out over the past three months
*" in Washington, D.C. "It will be a thrill to have so many

: .f..? past graduates together at one
,. ( time," commented Linda Smith

'j t Gator QB Club... tiIll'A Hildebrankwho was in which charge of com-the ,.
:., There is not a Gator QB Club memorates the event and has beenon ,
meeting this week, since the Gators t? sale to old grads. "We never t
'<*'. have an open date. The next 'r! I n r rN thought we would get such a good M
,.,, meeting is Oct. 30 at the Starke response when we first had the idea
Golf & Country Club. of inviting everyone at the same
':. A bus is for the Nov.
trip planned time. I hope everyone enjoys
'Cv' 8 Georgia game. Cost is $18, or lessif themselves and has a chance to see
enough people go. Must have own all the old friends they have missed
V;; tickets. Reservation deadline is during the years.'*
S&j Oct. 31. For reservations call Mar- /

ty Barry 964-6300 or Ada Reddish, Highlights of the weekend celebration
9647910. will be:
A bus is also going to the Ken- -A breakfast honoring BHS
tucky game, leaving the morning of teachers, past and present, scheduled -
Nov. 14, returning Nov. 16. Reserve ; for 7:30: a.m. Friday Oct. 24, in .
by Oct. 31. : the BUS library:-- -
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: I "the front lawn of the present BHS administration -
building is set to place F BRADFORD 1'F
Gastric Bypass three cornerstones from historic
It Be. ?
Which One Will
Assoc... school buildings the first 'high HIGH SCHOOLHOMECOM1N

'k The monthly meeting of theI One of these five senior Bradford High co-eds will be The candidates are (l-r): sealedDebbie Parrish, Club school is located today, the where former the red Woman's brick *,
j... : Gastric Bypass Association is set at crowned the 1986 homecoming queen at the end of Priscilla Welch, and Maria Thomas. StandingSheila o
7:30: p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 28 at the tonight's Tornado Whirl. Shannon and Pam Clark.
Western Steer Steak House in
Starke. > "NINE TY
The association will hold its mon- YAR5 !9r '-

thly every meeting month.the All last members Tuesday or of BHS Homecoming Set This WeekendThis 6 8, ou'tOBER ,in tF

. anyone interested invited. to at '-'
tend. is homecoming week at BHS, Whirl at 7:30:: tonight (Thursday, activities, in addition to classroomn of cheerleaders, member of the
with all the floats, parades, football Oct. 23)) at which the 1986 homecoming work. The five nominees are: Spanish Club, and is on the annual
game and other festivities queen will be crowned. The Pam Clark, daughter of Mr. and staff. Z4
associated with gala extravaganzas, homecoming queen will be chosenby Mrs. Irving Clark, is co-captain of Maria Thomas, daughter of Mrs.
Special Olympics... mixed with the exuberance and the entire student body from the cheerleaders and a member of Gladys Thomas and Delano
A Bradford County Special Olym- vitality of youth.In among five senior coeds elected by Little Women, former Sophomore Thomas, is a member of Little
pics meet is set Monday, Oct. 27, addition to homecoming ac- the senior class. The five coeds were Senator and former member of Key Women, plays on the BHS tennis
at Bradford Middle School. tivities, BHS will see former interviewed by the Telegraph, and Club. team, and takes college courses at BHS T-Shirt... +d
Some 70 Special Olympics graduates and students gather for a were found to have many Debbie Parrish, daughter of Mr. SFCC.
Rhonda models Tshirton
athletes from Bradford County reunion, celebrating 90 years of in- characteristics in common; all five and Mrs. Wayne Parrish, is a Priscilla Welch daughter of Mr. sale for Sapp the BUS reunion.a new The lY a
Schools, local ARC and several stilling knowledge into students. are beautiful; all five plan to attend member of Little Women, and a and Mrs. Donald Welch, is presidentof design, showing the old CBuildingand
, group homes will participate in this Santa Fe Community College; none former member of Key Club. Future Business Leaders of first school of the 1800s, is by
' one day event. Lunch will be provided Highlights... have decided on a major at this Sheila Shannon, daughter of Mr. (See Homecoming..P.2A) BUS art instructor Bobbie Sue
by the McDonald's The highlights will be Tornado time; all five participate in school and Mrs. David Shannon, is captain O'Brien.
Restaurant in Starke.
The public is encouraged to at-

tend a.m.Opening the meet.ceremonies Admission start is at free.9:30: Republicans Woo Democratic Voters on Call StreetRepublican II

officer of the county." Reddish told that the Republican Party is an
He is in favor of in beginn- Gambling Opposed...
gubernatorial can parity the the highest compliment he emerging party in Bradford county,
didate Bob Martinez, former mayorof ing salaries for custodial officers, Sheriff Reddish, who is against ever received was paid recently by a the state of Florida, and nationwide.He .
Upcoming... Tampa, visited the First Annual and will work for salary increases, casinos'and state lotteries, was the Republican who told) him, Reddish stated "If Bob Martinez:. makesas
Festival of Arts in Starke last Saturday up to beginning salaries for comparable first to speak. Taking note that he said, that he would register good a governor as Ronald
The Tornado Whirl is set at 7:30: shaking hands, kissing babies, positions. was the only Democratic officeholder Democrat, in order to vote in the Reagan has president, he'll be a
p.m. tonight (Thursday, Oct. 23) at and talking with festivalgoers.He Martinez stresses his record of present, he stated "Thereare primaries, if ever Reddish drew op- good governor."
Bradford stadium The homecoming was accompanied by his wife of bringing good government to the ci- a lot Bradford county citizens position. Reddish has been Reddish, chairman of "No
parade is set for 1 p.m. Friday. 31 years, Mary Jane, nee Marino, ty of Tampa, eliminating waste, cut here, and whereever Bradford coun- for re-election to the sheriff unopposed of- Casino's in Bradford County"said
The 1986 homecoming football and Bradford County chairman for ting properly taxes and managing a ty citizens gather Dolph Reddish is fices since 1970. the two proposed amendments
game is set at 8 Friday Martinez, Tom Beard Jr. burgeoning population growth. He there as the chief law enforcement "Reddish told the assembled group relating to gambling, casinos and
against Bishop Kenny High of Martinez is a third generation favors protection of environmentally lotteries, are important issues
Jacksonville.The American of Spanish descent. His sensitive areas and supports before the voters. He pointed out the
reunion of all 90 classes of treat grandparents emigrated from economic growth. adverse effects casinos have had on
Bradford High graduates is set this about the turn of the century, The Martinez party left Starke at tr Atlantic City, N.J. and other cities."I .
Friday and Saturday, Oct. 2425. and settled in Tampa. He and Mary 12:15: and went to Macclenney, am agmst gambling, per se,"
See articles in this edition for Jane were childhood sweethearts. where a similar meeting was held. Sheriff Reddish said. He spoke about
details. They have two children, Robert and The Bradford-Union County meeting .." .. the "fallout" effect of gambling and
-The Classes of 1963 and 1964 cor- Sharon. Sharon has identical twin netted $11,100 for Martinez; Baker told the group that gambling creates
dially invite ALL classes of the 60's daughters, 3 months old. County raised $13,200, Putnam coun- law enforcement problems for
to attend the "Get-Together" after Tom Beard Jr. is employed as per ty, $15,000 and Columbia County everyone.
the BHS homecoming football sonnel manager for Clay Electric $9,000. Reddish said he always has had a
game at the Starke Country Club, and lives on Santa Fe lake. His great deal of respect for retiring
Oct. 24, 10 p.m. until -. All local '63 father, Tom Beard Sr. is a former Local Republican Rally... "I Commissioner of Education Ralph
state senator and former sheriff of but he has mixed emotion
and 64 graduates are encouraged A boiling was held at the Turlington,
a to bring their favorite hors Hillsborough County. Beard Sr. residence peanut of Republican County about Turlington since his sup-
d'oeuvres. The Sixties grads invite changed his party affiliation from Chairman B.C. Holtzendorf on Edwards port of state operated lotteries. It is
any other BHS graduates to visit Democrat to Republican about the Road, late Saturday after ; sws F 1 difficult for him to understand: how
with them at the country club.A same time Martinez changed over. Oct.18. dollars gleaned from !lottery opera-
special workshop meeting of noon The public was invited to a x tions would send the 'right"
$100 Per Person... to Florida school children.
the Bradford School Board is set although message
Republican political rally,
for 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 27, to After visiting along Call Street for Martinez had left town and had no Bradford county is in little dangerof
:fF'' discuss the long-range building prow 30 minutes or so, Martinez and his representative at the Holtzendorf'srally. 4 having a casino in the near future.
gram. The public is invited. group went to the Econo-Lodge, But Republican ducation The proposed amendment, to be
f The annual dinner meeting of where a $100 per person lunch was Commissioner candidate Ron ., voted on Nov. 4, limits casinos to
the DuPont 25-Year:>> Club is set Fri- scheduled at 11:30.: 112 paid guests Howard, high school social studies hotels with a minimun of 500 rooms.
day, Oct. 31, at 6 p.m. Letters will were in attendance. Democratswere teacher, a and Rep. Chance Irving, hft If the amendment is approved by the
be mailed soon regarding details. in a majority, according to one It-Orange, were present. 1 voters, then each county will have to
* The Zoning Board of Bradford Democrat, well known in the Starke There are 700 registered K hold a referendum before a casino
County is scheduled to meet Tues- area. The Starke lunch drew visitors Republicans in Bradford county, can be established.

day, Oct. 28, at 7 p.m. in the Starke from Hamilton county, as well as and a real contest appears to be Ron Howard...
city hall. from Union County. According to shaping up in the governor's race
The October Chamber Mixer is J.D. Griffis, Union County chairmanfor with many local Democrats suppor- Republican candidate for commissioner
set at 5:30: p.m; Tuesday, Oct. 28, at Martinez, the Hamilton county ting Martinez, but only about 50 pe0- of. Education, Ron Howardwas
Wells Chevrolet-Olds. --- the next speaker on the podium.
Orian visitors were democratic office pie attended the rally Including
-The Zoning Board of Starke is holders. several Democrats. Sheriff Dolph Bob Martinez on Call Street... He echoed the sentiments of Sheriff

ii set to meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, Martinez addressed the group Reddish, the only Democratic office candidate Bob Martinez greets Leslie and Reddish in opposing casino gambl-
Oct. 30, in city hall. stating his postion on a number of holder to attend, did so because he Edith Republican Biggs as gubernatorial Martinez toured the Starke Festival of the Arts Saturday ing. "I really don't believe that"is the t
should said
of Davis direction this state
CPA Eddie Douglas subjects: go
asked to gambling proposals
was speak on visitors and few babies .
morning, greeting kissing a
Monk, Farnswroth & Co. will Martinez is philsophically In to be on the Nov. 4 ballot. also each to hear Martinet make a speech In the Howard. .
112 paid $100
discuss tax reform at the October favor of capital puOishment persons Howard said that he had met Mar
i. Chamber luncheon set at noon because in his opinion, it deters Holtzendorf was master of Econo-Lodge. And some 50 Republicans and Republican sympathizersmet HolUendorf tinez several months ago at Tom
ceremonies and introduced the at a political rally at the home of county chairman B.C.
1 Thursday, Oct. 30, In the Western crime. He will sign death warrantsas late (See RepublicansP.3A)
Steer Steak House. they come to his desk. speakers. Saturday.

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1p Council Rules, No Pool for Minors.

a surprise move, the Starke city Committee Report... Biggs asked what is the status of
council voted to sustain a committee Woods reported to the council that the bowling alley, and was told by
recommendation to retain the 1953 the committee "recommended or- Mayor Silcox that it is now abidingby
1 ordinance which prohibits minors dinance as is." the ordinance, since the questionarose
from attending pool rooms. Woods stated the committee had Oct. 7, and has removed, or
Frank Young, owner of the"Dungeon" reviewed the request,and had a pro- taken its pool tables out of use.
a combination blem with 13-14 year old youth play Biggs told the council that he had
washaterla and pool room on Tem- ing pool with 18-20 year olds. Since spend some time in the local pool
ple Avenue, presented a petition to Young had been adament about the hall as a youngster, and that his
T 1 the council with "over 200" upper age limit, the committee mother had him chased out many
signatures supporting a change in decided to recommend retaining the times. He said he could see little difference -
the ordinance, but the council was ordinance "as is." between playing pool and
r unmoved. "You could limit the age to 18," playing some other games. He said a
Young had come before the coun- Young said. compromise might be in order.
cil at its last regular meeting, October "We discussed that, but you had Councilman Jimmy Crosby said if
7,to request a change in the ordinance not seemed interested in a lower age the pool room was for kiffironly, o.k.
and had apparently received last week," Woods said. He said he would encourage the
support from Chief of Police Jim- "City can regulate pool tables any council to take another look.
I my Bowen. However, Bowen and way it wants. It is a policy decision
Young could not agree on the ages of for council to do what they think is Mayor Speaks...
1 young people that would be allowed best," attorney Brown said. Mayor Silcox addressed Young by
i, to play.Bowen stated that he was op Young said, "I don't understandyour saying, "I think the recommendation -
) posed to the mixing of 13 and 14
year objection.You can regulate the is good, under the circumstances -
olds with 21 year old adults. A com- age of persons entering the place." The committee will
promise could not be reached, so Commissioner Charles Schaefer
take another look and report back to
", Mayor Vernon Silcox appointed a said, "I agree with Woods. The bowlIng the council.
1 ; committee, consisting of Coun-
\ alley was granted a special ex asked "How "
:. "I .j'. cilman Travis Woods, Attorney ception. I thing we need to look at
.. Mayor Silcox replied, "Committeewill
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"- :'.' j't. Terence Brown and Chief Bowen, to regulations for exceptions, such as have no fixed time table."
review the ordinance and make a churches, schools, etc, ," I

. Paintings: ,. Cornerstones. to. Mark. BIIS Histnrv.,, .. recommendation at thre meeting,
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Artist Millie Simmons Starling and Reunion displayed at BIIS unil the cornerstone will be placed: In Square Dance...
Chairperson Linda Ililtlebran pose with two pictures of front of the present school.Ceremonies are set at noon O
I forme schools by :Ms. Starling and the cornerstone to tomorrow (Friday Oct. 21)). Bob Belanger of Jacksonville will 0
the original!; Starke school. The paintings will be be the guest caller this Saturday,
Nov. 1, for a mainstream square
dance at the Kingsley Lake Civic

BHS Grads Center.Each Tuesday, 8 p.m., Kingsley
Lake Civic Center Plus level.
Mainstream dance, first Satur- DRESS & GIFT SHOP

Santa day of each month, same place, 7
trom page 1 Fe Community College Reunion Rally BHS Library-
former classmates and friends, says Open Housenoon4 p.m. 9-11 a.m. p.m. workshop, 8 p.m. mamstream
Ms. Hildebran, Class of 1960. Fish Fry Class of 1941 Kingsley Exhibits- 9a.m.- noon. dance.If .
Tentative schedule of events for Lake Civic Center, 4-7 p.m. Luncheon Classes of 20's and30's interested in square dance
Dinner Classes of the 20's and lessons, please call 964-7955 for
the reunion is: -American Legion Hall10 a.m. information.
30's Bradford Family Restaurant to 2 p.m. more

5-8 p.m. Luncheon Classes of 1940 Call-In Program...
Friday, Oct 24: Dinner Class of 1935 Lee's through 1949 Western Steer1:305::
Breakfast honoring BHS Restaurant -7:30: p.m p.m A morning call-in service to
"Get Together' Classes of 20's assist senior citizens who are aloneis ordeaux originated In a email
teachers 7:30-8:10: : a.m. and 30's American Legion Hall 8 If you are unable to attend, but offered by the Starke Police mldwestern American town with
Exhibit High School library 9 would like to join the BHS Alumni Department, according to Chief three women who said they were
a.m. to 6 p.m.Dedication. p.m.Football Game BHS Tornadoes Association, and/or purchase a "B" Jimmy Bowen.To "bored"and wished to make
BHS (front lawn) at of Jacksonville- book, please write the address some"dough, thus
play Bishop Kenny become involved in the program the name Bordeaux.
noon. A memorial is being built to below.
a citizen is asked to register Worn lounging around
place all cornerstones representingBHS. m"Get Together" Classes of '63, BHS Alumni Association member with the Police Department then the house,to grocery
'64, '65 Starke Golf and Country ship dues for 2 years $5 call in before 10 a.m. each day. store,or an a leisure-
-Parade1pm.. club 10 "m. After name). "B" Book-$5 plus$3 shipping and After 10 a.m. the Police Dept. will type outfit, Bordeaux
BHS Festival Food, drinks, fun Members of other classes are In- handling. check on those citizens who have always maintains q
booths- 2-7 p.m.Woman's vited to join the Sixties meeting. BHS Alumni Association, c/o not called in. If there is no answer, quality and
Club Open House uniqueness.This .
Bradford High School, 581 N. Temple a police officer will visit the
hononnff retired tenoners- 24pmHomecoming Saturday Oct. 25... small
Starke FL 32091. residence. I
Ave., company in the
Chief Bowen reminds the public center of rural
that the service is available. North America
provides customers
Space Available... with thesensitivity
Activities are planned for each finally, Spirit Day. In its
from page 1 day during the week of homecoming, Students are encouraged to wear Grayhound bus to Billy Graham products ,
America, former secretary for including Trivia Day, Dress-Up school colors on Friday, Spirit Day, Crusade in Tallahassee, November I they desire. (w
freshman and sophomore classes, Day, I and Dress-Up Day 11,1 Hate to show support and loyalty for the 6. Toddlers thru
former reporter for FFA, and has Boys and 1 Hate Girls Day, and, football team. JLfround trip leaving Starke at 1p.rfw.and Queen Sirs .
won a trophy for public speaking Iran ; returning after the Bradford Square Shopping Ctr.
FFA program Crusade. Call Bob Shannon at Open M-Sa. SO-B.SO 984-SOSi ,
964-5358 or Tela Helsth at 9645929. ,
Parade '(oute...

The annual homecoming parade
will begin at 1 p.m., on Washingtonst.
and proceed south on US-301 to ( VOTE
Call Street. The parade will turn
west on Call St., to Orange St, whereit
will make a right turn and proceed
north, back to Washington St. It will
terminate at that point

While this has been a rebuildingyear
for the BHS football team,
Coach David Hurse says "we oughtto
win this one." Bishop Kenny of
Jacksonville will oppose BHS on the
field. 1 1I

Other Activities...
BHS students have been busy after .:
school taping skits and drawing
scenery for the skits for Tornado II A 1r1iIi\
Whirl Float preparations began dai-
ly Oct. 21, from 3:30-9: p.m., at the .a
fairgrounds. Tonight, before the f v' jk
parade on Friday, students will be 1M
allowed to work until 11 p.m.

H Pol AllY by Joann fl. Wilgd. Coup Tr..>. .l I Y

Broughtons .

Celebrate 50thAnniversary ?.;::.


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Mr and Mrs. Carl Broughton will 11 '
be celebrating their 50th wedding CASH I -4ot
anniversary on October 31st. i : ..
In honor of this occasion, an open I'
house will be held Sunday, : .,.
November 2, from 2:00pm to 00pm: .
at their home in Graham. BACK! '
All relatives and friends are in-
vited to attend and share this '
wonderful event r"r ".. I I"l
No gifts please, at the request of I 111l j II
Mr and Mrs. Broughton. I I. ,!., Telephone Rentals: Your ticketto

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t Courtney'sSchool t tt OIL MU a rent is minimal, too.Just $3.50 a month rents a newTbuch-Call phone. I
of Dance '2" w/rebate And services to keep it ,
t t any necessary ringing truer .
has expanded to Starke. Classes IL Telephone rentals. It's just pne of the ways Centel keeps you well-
t being offered in ballet and tap. t tt connected. get the ticket to full service,call your Centel Service

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October 23, 1986 TELEGRAPH Page 3A

I Field of Republicans Woo Democratic: Voters at RallyBeard's .. I

place on Santa Fe lake, and "Schools are' remiss if they do not the, state is fast becoming socialistic to south Florida counties only.
urged each one to vote his cons teach right from wrong," said under the guise of better govern- "We have a long way to go for
cience In the governor's race. Howard. He said students should be ment. equality in funding' said Irving.
Howard noted that he had won in taught to say "No" to drugs, and Ms. Cook also told some "scarestories" Rep. Irving said she is firmly opposed u ''vt yff
Bradford county, over both his op have preventive programs offered in about mistreatment of to a Florida income tax,
ponents in the first and second the schools. He believes that drugs children under the care of the state although Senate President Elect
primaries, and now his Job Is to con- usage is a moral issue. Department of Health and Sam Bell has been quoted as being in
vince democrats to vote for a con- Howard stated he would like to see Rehabilitation (HRS). State favor of a state income tax. Rep. Irv-
serative, in the commissioners race. Sheriff Reddish "switch to representatives come to homes, accuse ing stated that Bell would not have
"This is the first time there has beena Republicans Nov. 4." the parents of mistreating come out in favor of a state incometax I
republican candidate for commis- children, and take the children into if Speaker-Elect of the House
sioner of education in over a hun- Pat Cook... state custody, said Mrs. Cook. John Mills, D-Alachua, wasn't also l tl
dred years," Howard said. He fur- A Republican candidate for the Ms. Cook also said she takes no in favor of it.
ther stated that he is attempting to Dist 5 1 state Senate seat, opposing donations from political action ,
wrest the office from entrenched Democratic nominee Wayne Holl- groups. "This girl is not for sale," r ; '", x 1
democrats, tied to special Interests. Lake she said. : ?
Ingsworth City, Ms. Pat r-T\ ,
If the voters of Florida want a'good' Cook said "I'm here. Don't; put all \: Ilir a
Chance Irving...
conservative candidate runn- your eggs in one basket. ,
ing for commissioner of education There are a lot of issues about Representative Chance Irving, (
Ron Howard is the man," saidHoward which ordinary citizens are not (R) Orange Park, represents Clay
.. .. aware, says Ms.Cook,who also savs county and the eastern half of Brad--
ford county She spoke of her sup
port for the election of Martinez for k
(governor prior to discussing her
* own candidacy for re-election..Irv- fj
GREAT ing told the gathering that "It has )
been an interesting two years in the
legislature, and I should receive a
phd degree, because I learned so
AMERICAN much, some of which I did not like. ,.r-"OO
Rep. Irving spoke at length on
education, saying that northeast Chance
with Chickie and
Florida "picks up the crumbs" of r.r I

Poulan's World Class education dollars. South Florida Rep. Chance Irving It-Orange Park, poses with Chickie and Warney
new counties receive $52.5 million in Adkinson at the Republican political rally Saturday at the B.C. lloltzen- \
special funds that are not availableto dorf farm.

MODEL 3000 north Florida counties. In the past .pis Re'Jrling Is seeking re-election the Dist.21 state house seat.She Is opposed -
three years, north Florida counties by Democratic nominee Susan Weigol of MMdlcburg.
have received "sparcity funds" to .a

There isn't an import that can beat it! compensate for the lower populationand ... ... L. .,,_ _____ _._ ._ _
long busing. In 1985, Bradford
Solid State Ignition 16" replaceable sprocket- County received $104,000 sparcity t r

3.0 cubic inch engine nose Control Tip* guide bar Clay funding county; in 1980 receives,it received neither$170,000.sparci ''t

CounterVibe anti- One-year warranty on all ty funds nor "safe school" money. .
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vibration system Poulan models "Safe school" funds are special appropriations 'f'
for night watchmen and Ron Howard...

A solid American-made value at other from vandalism facilities to end protect provide schools a safe State education commissioner 1
environment ,for students and candidate Hon Howard attended the ; '
teachers. Those funds are allocated Republican political rally Saturday 1r- 8-
at the B.C Iloltzendorf farm

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FLORIDA PEST CONTROL Pat Cook, Dist. 5 Senate... I
539 East Call Street 964-7357
Starke 964-5745 \ Pat Cook of Taylor County,left Is the Republican candidate for District
.. 5 of the Florida Senate.Her opponent Democratic nominee Wayne 11011I -
,. Distributed; by TtHflPon-BUInbulotl." Inc-Box M8.Ulton GA 31704 Cell((012))Ml 1396.. '. ,,,VI I .' '.", ":: ingsworth of Columbia County.
Although avery daalaf Rat been pravkMjsly notlltod of this oer.om.IndNdual dealtr may -a =r= ==-
ITtlJCinOnl. ,nolp4toop H tlorayouHtoatdonnol,SM another Baled Of coIl(1I12)( 382-1308:' Above. Ms. Cook talks with BUS history instructor! Konney Harris at i
I "ffcjajJ--. _smsi 4soWDiofTWMau r Ms*'!o>'o".'.hock Of.>vftlssd0ribsi..><.O -.nn -.. .. .. -..- .-- --=- farm.the Republican political rally Saturday night on the B.C. lloltzendert't{. .

,i House District 21 Candidate Positions

I on the


James W Waller = I' fie
Chairman ot the Board rIl- m 0 rmg .

new; reduced prices r l ,J

and loW; monthly i .j"\ t Y1ii dt"a l

Mrs. Chance Irvine SUSAN C. \\ FIfiKLix

R. / '
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If you own property and would like to build check with ,! /
YES SUPPORT and allow the
Jim Walter Homes today. Even i if f you have shopped us Voted to
before, come back. My REDUCED prices and LOWER j r- operation of jai-lui frontons(GAMBLING! ) Will vote NO on SUNDAY GAMBLING! :
monthly payments make it easier than ever to own a 48'._ COLUMBIA on SUNDAYS' Committee Substitute( for
beautiful new home. l r; e u D TTT 1 4 bedrooms-2 baths \. Mouse Bill( 259. -
This Is fIT a "shell" home.At my low. package price 24' $34,995 cash price Ir I
It will be finished 90% forced-air I
complete Including r I" BA LA .I $337.70 per mo. Voted YES to SUPPORT and allow the
I r
central Just install choice of floor Lee \
heating covering
your ILJ 1 I 1. ((240 payments) Will vote AGAINST SUNDAY
paint interior walls and trim connect to outside utilities, I nll
and move In. (GAMBLING: ) on SL'NDAYS. Committee GA1\18I.1-1G: and will vote AGAINST any
Substitute for Senate Bills 38 & 49. : PROPOSALS.
J, 3 or 4 bedrooms -2'/ baths Chance Irvine has ACCEPTED SIX :
Classic elegance in two-story "' SEPARATE CONTRIBUTIONS from In- I
W' 'i living. Built on your property to dividuals and PACs involved in the GAMBLING
r= k whatever stage you choose up to INDUSTRY.
90% complete. Price based on .. Will NEVER contributions
.., accept political
i ,.,,..... degree of completion.
from any individual or Political Action Committee
1.Florida Greyhound Breeders,Owners
::: : (PAC) involved in the GAMBLING IN:
: and Trainers PAC
AT :ti] :i ., r P DUSTRY.
2.James H.Binger Thoroughbred Horse
) llliiilalll 11 M LA f. .. ;, Breeder
I ono ee OA I 11 Gulfstream Park Horse
3.John Culbreath
I L.-! L". -.::... I'
Racing Track
4.Harold S.Dennis-Pompano Park Harness

; Racing Track
Here's What's Included: Open Every Weekend .1 5.J.H.Binger Thoroughbred Horse Breeder

.House completely finished outside (no walks driveYes, were open every day including weekends. a.*' 6.Florida Greyhound Track Owners
landscaping Pier and base Sb In. Choose home that like from over .
ways, or ) precast come a you .tItfoundation' :
< Mrs Chance Irvine's October 2, 1986 Quote from SUSAN C. Wt Id EL regarding
Double floors' Complete wiring IQlCtal; ni ruao models. We'll figure a cost price for you built on 1:
codes All plumbing Including kitche -end each bath R..,r .'ivour property to almost.any stage, you choose up to _'.. quoted statement on her votes her stand OPPOSING: the GAMBLING
with tub and shower Kitchen and'balmoorrr! bfnels1 90%complete ,. ,1 SUPPORTING the GAMBLING INDUSTRY: : "
.Walls finished with wallboard readyftrfce $ .
.Sheathing under siding Insulation: 3'/i" (R-11)) in walls No Down Payment .:,;: INDt'STRVi: ,.
.. and floors 6"(R-19)) in ceiling All inside doors and trim ""Li. .
.., .Central, forced-air heating 10% APR Fixed-Mort gage Financing I IT.> "... What /t not wrong on Wednesday I "Florida h Anemn as family ret"nation
You may choose additional options such as ami*' No "Polnts'VNo Closing Costs or Other Fees ". '" do not believe Is rang on ,stale and ne want to keep If that, HOC. .
conditioning, septic tank and solid foundation at extra (to qualified property owners) .' :jl Sundav Thove who do not believe in The BUNG, INDUSTR Jf brings
cost. However at our SPECIAL package prices you \' I
gambling do not have any reason to go crime, violence and prostitution and we
may not delete any of the above items. At this price no other discounts apply. Our standard j ,. f. '
specifications meet most codes. However, if state or to a honetraik, and those who go to'' must protect our children today and in
AM I Package Prices on Our 90% Complete t .local codes require additional framing or other modifications '1st. (church have plenty of time to go to the future from these probteml which are

Homes Have Been Drastically Reduced! an additional charge may be necessary. ,'.' ;tt'C t: ,. church and go to the track, if they want associated with the GAMBLING .'.

/..... Call Toll Free 1-800.4-WALTER I s.:l\\ ) Vote WEIGEL on November 4th and

sIl1z7 Wa' .1.6.-r ((1-800-492-5837)?! ) for free brochure ,1 ,, : "'
Tt ,'I or visit, our display park ; .l.lio.....'f_} a:: vote INDUSTRY.Y.f.! : '

Acctawnedby'BwWef Magazine M Ihe ruhontlwgml ..".1tlr"d St. I ?t'.r!. Together we can make a difference! .
detached.,rve-'wni' >y tomvi tor the Mcond consecutive, ;' 6227 WIIps! Hwy, 3001 South Pine t'1? Weigr-7r.uuur-
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Democrat ?1 <"> ad.Joann.
U.S. #1 South

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Early School Superintendents Stressed Importance of Vocational Training 1 1This

is the third ...... ... ,....,,,,. .. ...,............... .. ......' .,... ..........h.'c.. .... ........ ......... .........,.......... ...... ..... .,.....
'In a series of articles F.G. Schell Superintendent of Bradford shun the work shops and farms and aim
on early education in Brad- County Schools! from 1898 to 1902 had this to only at clerkships and soft political places."I .

ford County, published as say on the subject in one of his biennlel cannot think of any truer remedy for

background for the October 24-25 reports: this evil in our educational system than the

Alumni' Reunion, celebrating the "Perhaps the weakest feature in our present establishment of manual training schools
and institutes for training In industrial
educational system is the conception,
90th anniversary of the first so widely prevalent among our pupils, that pursuits, and when we reach it, make It
graduating class of Bradford the purpose of an education is to place the one of the essentials of our examinations.

County High School.VOCATIONAL holder of it entirely above manual labor. "Such a feature, judiciously Introducedand

EDUCATION "I believe this mistaken idea is one of fostered would do more toward fillingour
the from which so tramps, workshops with intelligent and suc-
If you think the importance of vocational swindlers, and worthless men take their cessful men, our farms with scientific and \\f
training in high schols is a relatively new inclination.Also,it might be cited as one of better and our officialpositionswith
I more competent men than
trend in education- guess again. r the main reasons why so many young men any other reform which we could in-

troduce."A .

,. .'... .... ''" .... .. .. .. .. .... ... ...... "', .. .' .. ." closer observation of the tendenciesand
:; ... : :' ," ..' ., ,'" ..... "f results of our present system strongly
} '
'j : 1" \ points to the of broader
necessity culture
.E. .1 '
I ,:1D',1'I''m"O'RII", : ,\ along the lines of usefulness if we do not
l' \ I \ : \ \ ; ; wish our children to belong to the army of

t9iP9T1iIL4, parasites, synchophants, and failures, but
try to educate them into an indestructible .
framework that will make the future com-
monwealth of our Southland great." .... ...,. .". ... ...._ ". .,. ...,' .. ,, ':,.... ,. .,
First Art Festival ... 4 MY

Early Consolidation The Bloomer Girls

Another school superintendent ahead of Bradford High School girl's basketball team of 1918. From left: Lucile
Was Outstanding SuccessOne his time, was T.D. Gunter who in his bien-I Tatum (Davis), Florence Matthews (McLendon), Anne Canova, Emma I
niel report for 1902 heralded the "concen- Powell (Tanner), Ella Mae Long, Gladys Gardiner, Cleo Mitchell, and
tration (consolidation) he saw as a Martha Frlpp. Mrs. McLendon will be attending the Alumni Reunion this
success breeds another, and the in the heart of Starke during the past necessary move in the school system.In weekend.

first Starke Festival of the Arts was year that it has been in operation. And 1896 Bradford County, which then Included -
Today, with a modern school bus In a book on education in Florida, the
definitely in the category of success. this is only the beginning, with bigger the area that is now Union County, transportation system, Bradford County late A.J. Hanna, vice president of Rollins
Soon work had a total of 56 schools. The lack of
and better things to come.
has a total of only eight schools: one High College, referred to early, privately sup-
The weather was crisp, clear, and will start on the downtown revitalization transportation made it necessary to locatea School, one Vo-Tech, one Middle School, ported institutions of education existing in
cool (a little windy near the end), but project that will make Call Street one-room school at every crossroads. and five elementary schools- two in Florida at that time. "There has been

who could complain about that? The blossom with an ambiance to match the Many of them carried the names of early Starke, one each in Lawtey,Hampton,and established in Starke, by the Christian
families in
the such Rosier An-
county, as called Col-
Brooker. Church institution Orange
crowd was excellent for the first time magical change that has been wroughtin drews, Cason, Dowling, Prevatt lege,"he reported."According to the State
out (in spite of a conflicting date with Reddish Strict DisciplineProfessor
the Old Courthouse block, and its ad- Sparkman, and Gaskins. Others of Public Instruction, it is
the Cedar Key festival), and the artists had place names which have long since C. of Superintendent "
joining landscaped park. George Looney;principal a fine school,at least in the lower grades.
and other exhibitors seemed pleased passed from the scene: Highland, New the old Starke Male & Female Institute,

with their sales during the two-day Starke is on a roll, and in the present zion, Buckscrape f Vanderbilt, Unity which preceded the Bradford County High An ad for the"college"The Telegraph

event. Everyone was able to find a park- atmosphere of optimism, even the Litesville Zif. Hopewell, Nebo, Thurston, and School, was one of the most respected announced that students could board with
gloomiest of Gloomy Gusses will not be educators of his day, and a strict the principal, G.P. Young, for "three
within two three blocks of
ing space or In his 1902 report Supt. Gunter wrote: disciplinarian. He minced no words in dollars week, including washing and
With last details of per
able it. the
Call Street, and there were no untoward stop "We are trying to work up a sentiment in school ads run in the 1880s,setting forth his Ironing.';Pupils under six and over 21,and
incidents to mar the day. the $575,000 grant for downtown this county in favor of concentration and rules in the following terms: those from other counties paid the regular

revitalization being worked out, and the have succeeded in uniting four of our "We rigidly'enforce good order, but in rates, while free schooling was given to
engineering work about to start schools into two. Of course, this met with county students for the first four to five
Everyone who had not previously ready some opposition at first, but the people are such way that it is pleasant and profitableto
it would be hard to find anything on the good pupils galling and oppressive only months.
toured the SFCC Starke Center in the beginning to see its advantages,and I hope
Old Courthouse expressed surprise and horizon but rainbows. that in the near future we may be able to their to a children bad one.governed Parents are who requested do not wish not Graduating from Orange College was a

delight with the magical changes that Visitors from out of town are amazedat make" further improvements in this direc- to send them to our school.Young rowdies, big event. When the school closed on June

had transformed an 84-year-old historic how our community pulls together to tion. and drunkards,and libertines,and tobacco 10, 1887 for summer vacation, the closing"exercises"
lasted for three nights, Including
structure into a modern "state of the get things done. If we can accomplishthe Parents Should Share coming worms will to enter save our traveling school.expenses" Fortunately by not, recitations, drills, dialogues,

art" center for a two-year college. "Miracle of Call Street"the SFCC With Childrens' Professor Looney did not have to deal with music, calisthenics, and a play, for whicha

The Starke Center has formed the Starke Centerall things seem possiblewith School ActivitiesI dope. charge was made..

keynote for the revitalization program continued teamwork. Early issues of The Telegraph also carried -. Alumni attending the Homecoming
think it's about time we all try to ads for Orange College, another festivities in Starke this weekend can take
realize what difficult jobs teachers have. private school founded in connection with pride, not only in our schools of the pre-
Overcrowded classrooms, double work the First Christian Church of Starke. Both sent, but also those of the past, which have
Atlantic City's Experience loads, but yet no overtime pay or increased schools had a good reputation and at- given Bradford County a good reputationin
pay for double the number of students. tracted many "boarding" students from the field of education for well over a hun-

I Most children probably spend more time out of town.Lt.Governs'Wayne. dred years.

Should Warn Florida with their teachers than with their
parents. They are the future of this coun-
try and that fact alone should prompt us all

"Gambling is a parasite enterprisethat and maintain the lottery itself. Since it to teachers do everything for teaching possible our to children insure and the best givIng -
thrives on the weaknesses of peo- is a form of gambling, it will require them plenty of reasons to want to stayin Taxpayers

ple. It leaves in its wake corruption, another governmental bureaucracy to their chosen profession.We .

debasement, despair, and the subver-. administer its operation, requiring a want the best education possible for.- Bear Costs

sion of moral authority. That is the real large staff and constant promotion. our children,but expect far too much from .. y ., p lA
bottom line that States should assess our teachers and not enough from
: .
Abernathy- orts_that-'Gaming -Mixson.
'OUrsefvts.-When'Wlls tne-hrsttime yotrsat"' --- Of CasinosA
before plunging into the maelstrom at a P.T.A. meeting? The "P.T." stands
created bv the gambling craze." gambling for "Parent and Teacher" not just

ing of America." This process, which teacher. I'm sure after a day with 34 It is important to keep in mind that tax increase of'this
This excerpt from a recent Parade kindergartners or first graders they sure the casino magnitudewas
began when New Hampshire legalized gambling amendment
article Casino would like to stay home on a P.T.A. night inevitable. Since gambling
Magazine on "Why which Floridians will
lotteries in 1964, is still underway. vote on in casinos were approved in 1977 the
Gambling Is a Bad Bet" sums up the sub- toolWhat November would allow casinos in Atlantic City budget has soared
Scientific Games owned
a wholly -
I'm saying is, it's not just their Florida
made any county which
fateful decision that must be on approves from $24 million to more than $71
sidiary of Bally, financed an initiativein responsibility to make sure the carnivals, them in a local election. Voters in
November 4 by the voters of Florida. 1980 to establish a lottery in Arizona. fund raisers and the school in general run New Jersey were assured that, if dramatic million last increases year. Among in the the most

What might happen to towns and The measure passed by a narrow vote of smoothly have children:, it's each in school.and every one of us who they approved casino gambling, budget was for spending for city thepolice

cities in our stateespecially in South 51 percent to 49 percent. By a 70-30 vote, casinos would. only be allowed in department,which has tripled
and Central Florida is foreseen in the Missouri did The money made from fund-raisers goes Atlantic City Florida voters have no its budget to contend with increased
approved a lottery, as
for buying extra things for our schools that such assurance. The only way to
crime. In view and
fate of Atlantic City where crime is West Virginia, Oregon, and California. the city or state taxes do not provide, suchas make sure that casinos don't end up ment of law my enforcement, in the and judge civic

reported to have doubled, tripled, and Florida is the choice of Scientific computers, extra school supplies or in our comm itles is to say "no" to officials throughout our state,
whatever else is needed for the students to Amendment 2 on November 4.
quadrupled since 1977, with the adventof Florida communities which attract
Games to lead in bringing the lottery to
better their education or help school condi-
As stated in the casino gambling would risk increasIng
gambling. all southeastern states. If Florida tions. Florida communities may soon
Parade article "Whereas it took Las face problems as severe as those their tax burdens by similar pro-
adopts it, the promoters believe that It's never too late to start doing our part. which residents of portions.In .
Vegas a few decades to become garish other states will fall like dominoes. The It's hard for all of us because usually our New Atlantic City,
are if
and gaudy, in Atlantic City the transfor- "lotterization" of Florida is only one good intentions cause us to end up doing casino gambling is experiencing approved Florida, as in Atlantic City
mation was instantaneous. A stroll on in well-financed march to turn far more than our share. But maybe this voters in November. Among those by much of the adverse impact of I
step a
can change by all of us trying to do a small casino gambling would fall on the
is surrealistic
Boardwalk problems could be
the a ex tax hikes
America into a nation of gamblers, part. A little bit of time is better than none. the dramatic such as poor, the elderly, those on fixed In-
perience. With glitzy casinos squeezed Abernathy believes. An hour or two to help a classroom once a levied Atlantic property tax increase comes and others of modest means.
in between sleazy fast-food stalls and week or help with a carnival or fund raiser owners on this month. City property Such people tend to be more

carnival-type clip joints, the city now Gambling with Education, and coming to listen in on the P.T.A. The population of Atlantic City has vulnerable to crime, and to street
meeting. If there's something don't crime in Those who
looks more like a South Bronx bythesea you dropped by about in particular. can'tafford
10,000 people the
"All Floridians-teachers families
like or disagree with, voice
: could
your opinion, to own a home find that
than the once-famous seaside and studentswant a better educationalsystem i 1 don't just leave it to the same few people to eight years since casino gambling they couldn't afford to rent either,as
was legalized.
resort. Abernathy says. "We havelearned run the whole show every year-they needus discover Remaining landlords pass on their increased
a hike in tax'bills
all. If all made property
we an effort maybe at property tax costs to tenants.People
D.J. former you get what for. Adop- which are expected to
you pay
least in Bradford County we could make a average from these driven
Louisiana are being
State ting a lottery would tell students' that' $500 to $800, more than doubling the groups
criminologist at difference, if no where else-at least in our out of Atlantic City, even if they
University and now a professor at gambling is all right, that it is per- childrens'minds.They do remember when homeowners tax burden and of average area have no place to go. It could just as

Florida Southern, warns that the inclu- missable to do wrong to achieve good. If they get older whether their parents took tax,of quadrupling- the. easily happen here.

sion of a state lottery proposal on the a lottery is adopted, we can be sure the the Don't time to care remember enough?to try.... property many .,
November 4 ballot must be examined legislature will subtract educationalfunds April Hall,Theressa

closely by every thinking Floridian. now in the state budgets and app- \

ly them elsewhere. Legislators will depend -
future"Shall?" he we asks.gamble"Who is behind the tional on needs the of lottery the state.to meet the educa- County Agent's Notebook; l By Bobby Taylor I

lottery? What will it do to and for educa-

tion? How have lotteries fared in other "The lottery is an extremely expen-

states? How will lotteries affect the sive way to raise money for education. Bothered by the Imported Fire Ant Fire Ant Bolt Available dro ing properties.has no residual As previously effect. As stated with all, Am-the

economy? What will a lottery do to the From 50 to 60 percent of the money "off (IFA) in your lawn,garden or cropland? If S present registered IFA control Insec-
tax structure? the top" will be used for prizes, for so, you might be interested in a Fire Ant IFA:This program makes Amd -o'Flre Ant when used as directed, relnfesta-
Bait available at a relatively low cost tlcldes1
Bait Sale next Wednesday, Oct. 29 at the
advertising and to the a treated property may occur
Amdro Fire Ant Bait for
was developed
North 301 in
Agriculture Building on
The writer points out that the lotteryis staff and purchase materials. Whetheror Starke. use in controlling the IFA, Solenopsis In-, within retreat a few as weeks.needed Thus to one maintain must expectto the

being promoted widely as an effort to not the educational system ever gets The sale will run from 8:30 am. til 4:30: victa; however, it also controls the native desired level of control.

raise money for education But the 1983 any money, this money for salaries and p.m. in the parking lot of the Agriculture fire ant,Solenopsis Geminata,and has the Directions for application of Amdro to

report of the Bally ManufacturingCorp. promotion will come first." Building. Prices are $4 per pound in one following characteristics: your area will be given at the time of the
for 1. It is slow acting. An important
of the chief promoters of The writer points out that the pound bags with still cheaper prices of bait sale. If you have questions or want more
one lottery's quantities of 25 pounds or more. characteristic insecticides for the .information on the Imported Fire Ant, or
State lotteries, does not make a single biggest "come on" is the publicity and The Imported Fire Ant is a nuisance to IFA is that they are slow acting.. A fast acting on the bait sale next Wednesday, Oct. 29,
reference to education, while stressing notoriety given the big winners by the man. The ant damages some crops; It can insecticide will kill the individual.ants call 964-6280, Ext 209.

"product development" and "growth media No one says anything about the interfere with cultivation and harvestingof that Treated it contacts colonies, maybe but the 4xpectedta.sJagi./colony escapes.

potential." The president of Bally wroteto millions who did not win. many, and crops; it injure is a threat, maim to or man'shealth kill effects In a few days; however-complete .
may "
the company s stockholders in 1984: Just as the comparatively mild drug domesticated animals and wildlife. kill may take up to 2 months. :c: J,,' 'of :j" Active Seniors.
"Several new states, including Califor- The IFA was first discovered In Florida 2.There is no residual. To prevent nosslv
marijuana leads
bills eventually many ad- the In- ble environmental damage, Amdro' is
nia are expected to vote on lottery near Pensacola in 1948. '
should further enhance dicts to stronger stuff, including co- tervening 34 years, the ant has spread designed to breakdown upon i exposure'to. The Senior Center offers various
this year. This caine, so would the addiction to lotteryand throughout Florida to infest portions of all sunlight for approximately 12 hourh Apr activities for senior citizens Including -
the prospects of our lottery business. the chance of easy riches seduce 67 Florida counties. Resistance to the IFA this reason, no residual effect may be e*.-; needlework: macrame, exercises -

No mention of education. many to the glamour of casino gambling invasion by natural predators and theIFA's pected. bingo, etc.
certain habitatsare 3. It can become rancid. Amdro contains
Abernathy says that if the lottery pro- preference factors in the time soybean oil, which is used as a feeding attractant 'The Center is open Monday

posal passes on November 4, more than Florida will be much better off necessary important for the establishment of IFA Soybean oil may become rancid through Friday from 8:30: a.m. to 4
50 percent of the"take" from the sale of populations on a given piece of land. under moist conditions, and IFA will not p.m. and Is located behind the new
without both.
lottery tickets will be used to operate Populations in old Infested areas may feed on rancid bait. For this reason, the courthouse on the corner of Grand
range from no colonies to over 100 per bait should be stored in a dry place In an and Georgia Streets.

acre, averaging less than 20 colonies per airtight container. Under proper.! conditions -
THIS ISW'T acre. .. ,the bait can be Stored, for 9n,gear or Contact Beverly McGee or
'"' '' *'' Teresa Wood for
: at 964-4545
more. : more
AM 13"The The Florida Department of Agricultureand Information.U .
Consumer Services, Division of Plant 4. Treated areas can become reinfected.
Industry, and the USDA, APHIS, have The IFA queen is capable pf flying 12 miles'
entered Into a cooperative program or more.For this reason,relnfestation will
surface of the Moon has about the same area of Africa. designed to give temporary control of the occur regardless of treatment of neighbor


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Social Side Club New&"I I"" Ghostly Gatherings Set at October23,1986 Area Schools TEI.EOHAPH ':: ; )

of theNews Notices One little, two.little, three little witches If you can walk you have a
'D Church Items Flying over hay stacks, flying over ditches chance to win a cake at the cake
;:" Flying over the moon on a broom full/ of switches walk booth. Other booths will be
High Ho Halloween's he ret the treasure chest, lollipop pull,
squirt out the candle candy ap-
-/ I ples, go fishing and bingo.
.. ,;,.{ ? Hampton Elem... } Hamburgers, hotdogs, cokes,
({\ \\ Parties Hampton Elementary School's 1 boiled peanuts and popcorn are
Halloween Carnival is Saturday, among the refreshments that
Nov. 1, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. will be available.
':, with each class sponsoring a
special booth.Kindergarten. Mrs. Cathy Wooley and Mrs. Gloria Ruis are c//>,chairme of th"carmval
class pin the along with Mrs. Maxine Gay, P.T.A. president they have
Grace Baptist Church nose on the pumpkin. been'working very hard to make this year's carnival the best ever
", First grade Bean Bag Toss.
Second Ring Toss. Starke Elem...
Welcomes New Pastor Third Duck pond. Every student at Starke Elementary will have the opportunityto
Fourth Cork Gun. participate in a "Fall Fun Day" Friday, Oct. 31, by wearing their
I Fifth Softball Throw. favorite costume to school. Beginning at 9 a.m., the Halloween
Leland Strickland comes to Grace Pastor Andy Crews from Brooker Sixth Bingo. celebration gets started with each class sponsoring a different ac-
Baptist from Athena Baptist Churchin with special music provided by Seventh Putt Golf. tivity. -
Perry, Fla. Leland, his wife, Pastor Eddie Blalock and his wife, There will be a cake walk and the concession stands will sell chili, f' )
Carol, and their two daughters, Beth, from Alachua. There will be hot dogs, soft drinks and desserts. The chairman of the carnival this r :;
Denise & Holly, are presently livingon good food served after the morning year is Louie Marney. If you have any questions, call him at
Highway 16 in Starke. Brother worship.Anyone. 4681840. Kindergarten class will be face
Leland and his family invite interested In playing putt- painting.,
everyone to visit Grace Baptist putt Monday, October 27, should Brooker Elem... First grade the Duck pond and
Church on Griffis Loop. meet at the church parking lot at The Brooker Elementary Halloween Carnival is a Gofishing.Second .
Homecoming is scheduled for 6:00: p.m. The cost is $2.75 community grade Spongethrow
per per. event. This annual event is set for Saturday, Oct. 25, beginning witha
November 2. Guest speaker will be son. costume relays and Candleshoot.Third .
parade starting at the Brooker City Hall at 4:30: p.m.
Costumes will be judged from three grade Hay-ride. .
categories Original,
Starke Church of God Prettiest and Uggliest. Prizes will be awarded. Fourth grade Wheel-O-Fortune
A family dinner of smoked and Disco-dancing.
bar-b-que chicken will be served Fifth grade Musical Chairs. e (
I The cub scouts sweet and the P.T.O. Is
beginning at : with the are sponsoring a shop RH
Hosts Hallelujah HoedownThe cost of $3.50 for agults, and $2.50 ing each student a treat bag. A Dike show will be a highlight fur the ,
... with Hall's for the
for children. taste the best day Bike Shop performing tricks. A special menu
home cooking this side of "" day served in bag lunch fashion for a picnic will be hot dogs, potato
Youth Dept. of the Starke prize going to the best bible dressed Heaven.An chips, cookie and milk.
Church of God is planning a Hallelu- character.The enormous variety of booths Students can also buy raffle tickets for $.25 each for a chance to
jah Hoedown for Wednesday night, church, located on 422 N. St.' will provide an evening of fun '" win a color T.V. and a skate board.
October 29, from 7-9 p.m. in the Clair St. in Starke, extends a warm and entertainmentCome for each Lawtey Elem...
fellowship hall of the church. hand of welcome to the communityto member of the family.
There will be games & prizes with come enjoy this festive occasion Highlight of the evening will The traditional fish supper will be a feature at Lavvtey Elenu-n
various booths of bible based games, with us. Admission is one can of foodor be the very popular carnival tary's Halloween Carnival, Saturday Oct. 25. Smoked and fried! 1M
cake walk, tug-of-war, volleyball, one bag of candy for a needy family drawing. Raffle drawing items hush puppies, baked beans and cole slaw are on the supper menu i<",
bonfire & refreshments as well as a this year are a Browning twelve the evening with serving beginning at 5:30: p.m.
costume judging contest with the gauge pump shotgun, G.E. Some of the old favorites that
V.C.R., $200 Gift Certificate always win a round of applause will
from Service Merchandise Huffy be "Bingo".for all ages and the

J St. Edward's News Respite WorkshopOn BMX Bike and a Ruxpin "Cake-walk."
Talking Teddy Bear. A raffle for a 12 gauge pump shotgun will be the first drawing a
A Lazy Boy Recliner second drawing a Cruiser Bike the third
Tuesday, Oct. 14, the St. Evangelist Catholic Church in special be an added appearance treat for by the a proffessional and the clown from at heart.Tallahasseewill drawing and a Cabbage Patch Doll the fourth drawing, and a car
Augustine Diocesan Council of Chiefland. Brooker young young battery the fifth drawing. Raffle tickets will be on sale the night ol
Catholic Women sponsored a elementary school. the well at school the week. There will be a
During the business session when Last year the carnival cleared$4,300 which was used for drawing as as during
Workshop on the Respite Programat president's reports were given, Bet- school projects such as the California Mastery Reading program judging of costumes, so come join the fun and march in the coMurni>
Holy Faith Church in Gainesville. ty Dazinski, St. Edward's Altar parade.
Respite is a program whereby Society President, reported on and new science Laboratory equipment and supplies.
volunteers serve as companions to achievements, goals and plans for If you enjoy a good ole-fashioned evening of family fun, come on Madison St. Preschool...
homebound persons so that relativesor her organization.Mass out to Brooker Sat. night. It will be a night you'll never forget. A Fall Festival is set today, Oct. 23, beginning at 2:30: p.m ut the
other attendants might have an was concelebrated by the Southside Elem... Madison Street Baptist Preschool for pre-schoolers, latchkey
opportunity to leave patients for host pastor, Monsignor Joseph teachers and parents. Activities planned include games, football
short periods of time. James, Father Joseph Finlay, St. Get your pumpkins in a row throw clown painting, fish pond, pony rides and many more The
This program was conducted by Edward's pastor,and Father James and come on down to the festivities will last until :5 p.m.
Len Spillane who suggested that affiliations O'Neal, St. Francis Xavier's Live Southside Elementary Halloween
name a Representative of Oak pastor. Carnival set for Friday,
the Parish Core Group. Additional Following the luncheon at Oct. 31, from 5.9 p.m. During the
volunteers would then be recruited. Chiefland's Beef House, the guest evening there will be a costume .
Betty Dazinski was named the speaker, Tom Umlauf, gave an ad- parade contest. Judging for the .
Respite Representative for St. Ed- dress on the subject of scariest cutest, most originaland b
ward's Parish. Also attending this schizophrenia.Also best homemade costume.

meeting from St. Edward's were attending from St. Edward's Raffle tickets will be on sale during the carnival. The raffle draw Bradford Middle School...
Kay Richards and Wilmajean Terry. parish were Antoinette Coss, ing will be for a personal size T.V. and $200 in cash. The Bradford Middle School will have
I Fall Deanery Meeting Deanery Secretary, Josephine The country store will have all kinds of goodies including many Oct. 31. Special recognitionwill
dress-up day on
Gumber Sophie Kimutis, Mary homemade items; chili, pizza, chicken & rice and all kinds of
f The Fail Meeting of the Humphries, Kay Richards,.Jennie sweets.. ,e be given the class with the best par
Gainesville"Deanery was held on tlcipation. Here's your opportunity to -.In
Schaeffer and Wilmajean i Terry. '..ut.I'
,, at. St., John.tf ,. ;, ....., -- the real youl I
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October 26, 1986, will be a day to be

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The will start with Brotherhood
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DODGE, INC. "Serving You First" Services following at 11:00 a.m. At 1:15 p.m., on We Rebuild Starters, Superior Quality Homes
"We're Committed to Serving You" Alternators & Generators at Affordable Prices
441 W. Madison Street
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Corner Stone Ceremony as they prepare torebuild

CEDAR RIVER GRIFFIS & SONS their church. LOVE THAT ...TJ. CnmimmilyMalt

will follow with VIDEO .
Gospel Sing singing by ofSUrkcStariie's
"We Encourage You to Attend
The Best Seafood In Town "Love I Is Good For You"925A
Worship Services at the Church the Nazworth Family, Suzanne Strickland and Only Home Owned
.; 236 S. Temple Ave. ol Your Choice" N. Temple I Avenue Independent Bank

964-5685 US 301 North 104-5931. the Bayless Highway Baptist Church Quartet. 964-4582 111 S. Walnut 964-7830


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I "Your Family Hair Cars Center" Officers Directors ly to those people who are looking for a church "24 Hour Wrecker Service" Management & Staff

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1. All Nature Sings of Jesus Complete Tire Shop
r" Gifts & JevwUaqy'' "All the RIght Parts located off'tog South' towards & Auto Repairs
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1'age6I .

I' Hampton RAHilite'dl' Morgan Esty, Jason Flanagan,

Rhoden, Frank Williams, Delia Darley O.K. Fuqua Jennifer Jones Cullough, Shaun Muse Roy Rhoden.and Jason Glenn Andy Hall Johnny

Hy Dolores Mmg tire trip was delightful and en Koser, Crystal Coggins and Adam Tracey McCullough and Cory Charles Gary Taylor Woodard.Natalie Grade Timmons Edward Hernandez Frank Koser, Freda

Phone I68-19IJ joyable.David. Hall. Wright. Grade 5 Eric Donnerstag Mitchell, Aaron Morgan Jason
& Eugene Meng spent five Certificates for all A's and B', Billie Jo Mullis Dena Radford Becker Charles Crawford Johnson David Padgett, Dena Radford, Elisa

Suzie Wins Top Prize... days recently in northern Georgia were: Grade 1 Peter Aguinaldo, Evelyn Rawcliffe Cory Scott Kim Gatlin Tori Hersey Jenny Sierra-Aviles, Henry Stewart Klin

On Sat.. Oct. 18, Virgil & Suzie sightseeing. They went to Ashvifle, Clay Archey Amber Bickers Randy Wilson and Stacey Young. Grade 6- Melissa Kyle, Ina Marney, Timothy Wilson and Stacy Young Grade 6 -

Walker attertded the Annual Picnicof NC for a day with their sister and Brooks Robert Broome Alicia Danielle Hersey and Billy Kyle. May, Shana Morris Rocky Bryan Archer Gene Birt, Tina

the Florida Power and Light Co. Mrs Russell Gilbert Crosle Hannah Ford, Vicki Hutto Grade 7 Mark Crawford Dana Rawcliffe James Rhoden and April Buckallew Angelina Crews Kelly

held in Folkston GA. and daughters. John McMillan Susan Parmenter Dunlap, Joey Hall Scoggins. Grade 4 Ricky Adams Cribbs Beth Kennan, Della Koser
and Paul Phillips. Grade Shannon and Fetcher Rodgers. Christina Broome,Julie Collins Tim Kyle McClellan Mike
.: One of the Interesting features of Condolence.. Billy Dewey ,
Jennifer James Et'
Aguinaldo Stacey Floyd Jennifer Receiving the Student of the Darley, McKenzie Lucinda Morris Jennifer
: the get-together was a Dessert Con
: test to attending. Sympathy Is extended to the family Glenn, Alex Kirchaine and Jason Month certificate was Delia Koser. chison C.K. Fuqua, Sonya Hodges Rowley and Marion Gatlin. Grade 7-

:: _- Suzie's open Banana Split anyone cake was judged and friends of George Werre who McCullough. Grade 3 Tori Those receiving Perfect Attendance Jennifer Jones Renee LeBuen Dana Hall Joey Hall Lisa Jones
died Oct. 20. Mr. Werre will be Smith Tracey McCullough, Denver Oehlc
: best of all entries. So Suzie was on Angela Menu and Charlotte Certificates for the first six andCory Jana Lester Matthew Montgomery
his musical talents Elaine Rhoden Paula Rhoden
"., thrilled to receive an electric mix- remembered for Grade 5. Keir Ford. weeks grading period were: Regina Padgett David Roberts,
service. Wright. Grade 5 Jose Aviles.
; master as the first prize. and active community Receiving all A's and B's were: Kindergarten Reynaldo Aviles, Adam Fletcher Rodgers. .Cecil Woods.
Eric Donners/a .
Another bonus of this trip: Suzie & Hampton Elementary Grade 1 Ted Curtis Teddy Christina Carmichael, Krista Fuqua Crawfordr &.....
Virgil attended the Chesser family Mary Anne Kyle Demaree David Green Brandy Roger Mitzel Paul Morgan
Principal Hall Clinton Matthew Ben Rawcliffe Erik Scoggins Don
reunion( held at the Chesser Island distributed Certificates for outstan- Morgan ,
Mullis and Amy Taylor. Grade 2 Smith and Laura Willoughby. Grade
Park on Sunday. While there Suzie good attendance and
ding rades
Hope Archey Alicia Baker. Ross 1 Peter Aguinaldo Clay Archey
learned that family history indicates academic achievement at an
that her great-great-great- assembly special of students held at the Bickers Jaclyn Crews Christopher' Lucian Bradley Robert Broome Corner Stone Laying ,
Thomas Samuel Gibbs and Shaun Muse. Grade 3 Patrick Flanagan David Green

Chesser grandfather came, in the 1800's from school on Friday cards went Oct. 17.home with Charles Crawford,* 'Jenny Johnson Vicki Hutto, Clinton Morgan Troy
Report Melissa Kyle Ian Marney MaRessa Patterson Paul Phillips Russell
Ireland and was a settler in that children the previous Tuesday.
Park is Masters Timothy Stacey Rawcliffe and Allen Rhoden. Grade at
Okeefanokee area. The a Receiving Most Improved Student Rawcliffe
historic place with reconstructed : McGregor Rocky April 2 Hope Archey, Alicia Baker
Certificates were : Raymond Scoggins and Jennifer Jaclyn Crews, Jennifer Glenn
buildings and tools reportedly used Searcy.
Rhoden, Kim Thornton Angela Grade 4 Christina Broome Julie Louann Hill Kris Hinson, Steve Innocent -

by Sime's ancestors. Strickland 'Timothy May Paula Collins Wayne Crawford Jennifer Lisa McClellan. ....JasgnMc-. Bayless "
Vacationers... Highway I j

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Mowry and

Mrs. Mabel NesSmith have returned '

scenic home following North. a ten day trip to the -cT'7 Baptist Church

Stone Mountain in Georgia provided -

the thrill of riding the cable car

and viewing the sculpture and

natural beauty there.In Highway 225 West of Starke

Hampton, Virginia they spent
several days with their son Sr. Air

man Michael Mowry his wife Barbara 1:15 p.m.

and son Dale at Langley Air

Force Mabel Base.spent the weekend with her Gospel Sing at 2:00 p.m. '

niece, Nina McConnell who had

recently moved to Suffolk, VA.

They toured the lovely country ol r

Pigeon Forge Cherokee and Gatlm-

burg, as well as the pottery outlet October 26 1986

malls in that area. In Franklin NC,

they experienced an added thrill IB .
when Mabel discovered a 67 pt. sap-- Everyone is invited to attend

phire at the mines there. Their en

I -
Legal Notices

NOTICE. TO CREDITORS_ Igent or unliquidated the nature of the' attorney whose name and address. : Florida; The East 3/4 of North Half (N1/2)) of
(Summary Administration) uncertainty shall be stated. If the claim DUDLEY P. HARDY. P.A. has been filed against you and you ore the Southeast Quarter (SE1/4)) of Nor.

TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR is secured, the security shall be described. P.O. Drawer 1030 required to serve a copy of your written theast Quarter (NEI/4)) of Section 18,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE The claimant shall deliver sufficient Starke, Florida 32091 defenses, if any, to it on SANDRA W. Township 6 South Range 22 East
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND ESTATE: copies. of the claim to the clerk to enablethe and file the original with the clerk of the HARKINS of DAWSON. GALANT, SULIK & DATED this 14th day of October 1986.

FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA You are hereby notified that an Older clerk to moil one copy to earh personal above styled court on or before ELLIS whose address Is 320 East Adams GILBERT S. BROWN, CLERK

CASE NO. B5280.CAIN of Summary Administration has been repiesentalive. November 24, 1986: otherwise a judge Street Jacksonville Florida 32202. on or By: Beulah Moody
RE: THE MARRIAGE OF entered in the estate of EMMA ERVIN. All persons interested! in the estate to ment may be entered against you for the before November 21, 1986 and file the Deputy Clerk

GLEN A. PIPPIN, deceased, File Number 85.46-CP, by 'he who a copy of this Notice of Adminlstra relief demanded In the complaint or original with the Clerk of this 'court 10/232tchg 10/30
Husband either before service on Plaintiff's attorney -
tlon has been mailed are required
Circuit Court for Bradford County, petition.
and Florida Probate Division, the address of WITHIN THREE MONTHS ROM THE DATE WiTNESS my hand and the seal of said or Immediately thereafter; otherwise -

ROMILDA TUCKER PIPPIN, which is Bradford County Courthouse, OF THE HRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Court on October 13, 1986. a default will be entered against
Wile. NOTICE, file objections S. you for the relief demanded In the Com
North Temple Avenue Starke, Florida any may NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO have 'hat challenge the validity' ol thedecedent's As Clerk of said Court plaint.
that the total cash value of the estate Is PLAN-
Address hand and seal of this
: ,
will, the qualifica'iotisof, 'he Beulah my
By: Moody
opproxln'a'ely $10,000 or less and hat TOWN OF BROOKER, FLORIDA
Unknown court this 15th day of October, 1986.
sonal the Clerk
per representative, or venue co.lurlldc'l..n As Deputy
the and addresses of those
names to An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive
of 'he court. 10/23 11/13
whom it has been assigned by such Land Use Plan Element and
order --------- accordancewith
are: by Brooker, Florida. In
of written Beulah Moody map
required to serve a copy your NOT SO HLED WILL BE FOREVER :
Name: NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Clerk the local Government Comprehensive
defenses if any, to JAMES R. FLYNN ES. BARRED. Deputy
QUIRE Petitioner's Attorney, whose address Melvino Broom. 1025 Magellan REGISTER 10/234tchg 1113IN Planning Act of 1975 as provided for
Da'e of the first ol his
405 Welt Street, Avenue, Atlantic City NJ 08401 publica'ion FICTITIOUS NAME In Chapter 163 of the Florida Statutes.TO .
is Georgia
ol October
Star ke. Florida 32091 on or before Carolyn Bright, 121 N. Pennsylvania Notice Administration: 16, Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida : All Citizens, Taxpayers and other

November 7, 1986, and file the originalwith Avenue, A'lantlc City NJ 08401 1986. Statutes notice Is hereby given that the THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Interest persons:
the Clerk of this Court either before Willie lee Groyson f/k/a Willie Lee RICHARD E. WELTY undersigned Sandra Gall lee, P.O. Box JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR You and each of you are hereby and

service on Petitioners, Attorney or Immediately Washington, .:2441 Church Street San 954 N. Temple Avenue 1372 Starke, Florida, 32091 sole owner BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. herewith given notice In accordancewith

thereafter, or a default will lord, Fl 32171 P.O. Box 995 doing business under the firm name of CASE NO.: 85..52.CA Florida Statutes that the Town

be entered against you for the relief Rosa Bell Ervln 106 W. Wilson, Lake S'aike. Florida 32091 The Eyeglass Store, 103 Edwards Rd., J.D. ODOM and VERNIE P.ODOM. Council of Breaker Florida will conducta
demanded In the complaint or petition. City, FL 32055 ((904)) 964 8050 Starke. Fla., 32091, Intends to register public hearing at a regular meeting
WITNESS my hand and Seal of this All' persons are requited to file with Attorney.lot,Personal 1 Repiesenta'lve-! (1j M laid fictitious name under the aforesaid Plaintiff,, held at 7:30 pirn: et Town Hall. Brooker.

Court on October 6, 1986. the clerk of said court WITHIN 3 CALEN "- statute. vs. '. Florida, on November II, 1986 and will
GILBERT S. BROWN DAR MONTHS FROM TIME OF THE HRST ARtTHA AUSTIN Dated this 20th day of October A.D., GEORGE F. GOETZMAN, et al.. consider an Ordinance relating to:
Personal ol the
CLERK OF THE COURT PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE all claims Representative 1986 In Bradford County. Defendants. Amend the Comprehensive Land Use
BRADFORD COUNTY against the estate' in 'he form and manner Estate' of Mary Randolph 'Brown 10/2341chg 11/13 NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO Plan to provide that lands currently

By Beuloh Moody D.C. prescribed by Sec'lon: 733.703' 'he 10 16 2'chg 10/23 -- ---- --- CHAPTER 45 classified single family and designatedby
Florida S'a'u'es and Rule 5.490 of the ----- --- -- .- reclassified
10/9 4tchg 10/30 Notice Is given that pursuant to a the plan as yellow be to
Florida Rules of Proba'e and Guaidion- NOTICE OF AUCTION NOTICE OF HEARING ON Final Judgment dated October 14, 1986 mobile home and designated brown, the
--- -------- ship Procedure. NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon. PETITION FOR CLOSING AND In Case Number 8S-4S2-CA of the Circuit property of Dale and Shirley Ross,

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO day October 27 1986 at 10.00 o'clock ABANDONMENT OF A PORTION OF Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit, In described as follows::

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. a.m. the undersigned Gator AN UNUSED UNRECORDED PLATTED and for Bradford County Florida. In BLOCK 1. LOT 9, of WARD CITY knownas
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA Publication of this Notice has begunon Freigh'ways Inc, will sell at public auction STREETS IN WRIGHT'S ADDITIONTO which J. D. ODOM and VERNIE P. ODOMare BROOKER, FLORIDA IN BRADFORD

CASE NO.: 86.357CAIN October 16 1986. for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd Jackson THE TOWN OF HAMPTON the Plaintiffs, and GEORGE F. COUNTY.You .

RE' The Marriage of EUGENE f. SHAW wile Ha. one lot of boat parfcon,igned BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDAIN GOETZMAN d/b/a GOETZMAN CON ore further given NOTICE that a

DONALD C. DUNCAN 925 E North Temple Avenue '0 Lorry Robeits Orlando. Flo : one lot SECTION 30. TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH. STRUCTION CO.. GENERAL TIRE AND copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is

Husband, Starke Fl 32091 of au'o parts, consigned to Auto! Bra. Ft RANGE 22 EAST. RUBBER COMPANY. INC., a/k/a available for your Inspection at the Office .

((904)).964. ;5200 10/l62tchgJO I 23_ Laudoidale, Fla one lot of coinopera'ed TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN \(GENERAL TIRE SERVICE, THE UNITED of the Town Clerk Town Hall.
andJOANN coffee makers consigned '" STATES OF AMERICA, RING POWER
GREEN DUNCAN You will take notice that In accordance Brooker, Florida.
Wife NOTICE OF AUCTION ARA C.ii" pony. Miami' Ha, one lot is I Submg with the provisions of Section CORPORATION, a Florida Corporation Each and every person having any interest
consigned to Zayres, Delray FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK, and whatever In the of this
NOTICE OF ACTION; CONSTRUCTIVE NOTICE Is hereby given that under 166.041. Florida Statutes a public hearing enactment
Beach Flo.. one lot ol lighting' floures BALDWIN CHEVROLET-OLDS, INC.. a
SERVICE and by virtue of Pal t IV of Chapter 83 FS will be held by the City Commissionof proposed appear
NO PROPERTYTO Self Facility Act that the cent consigned to Progressive Ligh'ing' the City of Hampton, Florida, In the Florida Corporation are the Defendants and be heard at the time and place

: DONALD C. DUNCAN undersigned as Storage will sell for cash to the Tampa, Fla., one lot of china consigned Hampton City Hall, Hampton, Florida, I will sell to the highest and best prescirbed.
'0 Charlies. Cleaiwa'er. Fla.; one lot of Tuesday, November ,11 1986, at 7:00 bidder for cash at the East front door of TOWN COUNCIL
ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU bidder 301 South 1642 S.
highest at
gtamoi'ex consigned to 1',.,duct for In the Bradford County Courthouse In
that action for p.m., on the Petition of Susan Faulkner, BROOKER
ARE NOTIFIED on Walnut St.. S'ai ke, Fl at 5.00 p n. on tto.21.h .
dustry. Tampa, Fla one lot of bumpersconsigned Starke, Bradford County, Florida, at FLORIDA
for Florida National Bank of
of has been filed, the as agent
dissolution marriage day of October, 1986, contents
to Robert Meezler St 11.00 A.M. on November 12 1986 the 10/23 2tchg 10/30
Starke freeholders, which
petition wasspread
and required to 28 to Sherrl
are of Unit No. belonging
against you. you
Pe'eisbuig. Fla, one lot of cabmc's 'on following described property set forth In
the minutes of of
of written defenses, if Chaiider household upon a meeting
serve a copy your con'auting misc.
signed' 'n Sea Pines. Melbourne, Flo the order of Final Judgmenti
any, to ,it on Eugene F. Shaw, Wifes attorney goods, by C & C Mini Storage, 1642 S. the City Commission held on August 12,
one lot of shopping calls consigned to
whose address. Is 925.E North Walnut St. f>'al ke. Fl 32091 964 8848. Fla. 1986 requesting that said Commission State of Florida --
DLR Supply Tampa. to satisfy
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091, 10/16 2tchg 10/23 freight and storage charges under ,h.p.wIIona close and abandon those portions of the Department of Environmental Regulation
unused unrecorded platted streets
November 3, 1986
before Monday,
on or
- -- ol 4b of Uniform
Section ( )
of Intent
and file the original with the clerk of this hereinafter described and renounce Notice
court either, before service on Wife's attorney NOTICE OF AUCTION S'andaid. 02.135286Pro. Bill of LadingPro. and disclaim any right ol City ol Hampton The Department gives Notice of Its Intent to Issue an opera.

immediately thereafter otherwise NOTICE given that under Hampton. Florida, and the public In Clerk of Starke
or ; is hereby 14-777192 tion permit to Mr. Neil Tucker City to operatea
a default will bo entered againstyou and by virtue of Port IV of Chapter 83 FS Pro 03862597 and to the land lying within said portion stabilization
for the relief, demanded in the petition. as Self Storage Facility Act, that the Pio 03 831744 .? ?' of laid streets, said unrecorded plotted 1,250 MGD activated sludge contact sewage

undersigned, will tell for cash to the Pro. 14 118330 did 8/20 86 streets bet..g described as tollows- treatment plant with chlorinated effluent discharge to
of bidder 301 South 1642 S. That portion of an unrecorded platted Rowell the of Starke. This
DATED on this 30th day September highest at Pro. 02 704573 did. 3 14.86 Alligator Creek to Lake serving City
1986. Walnut St.. S'oike, f-L at 5 00 p.m. on the 08 824945 dtd 717,86 300 loot street lying between Block 18 treatment plant is located at Edwards Street City of
GILBERT S. BROWN 27th day of Oc'obor, 1986, the contents 14-775806 did 7/14-86 and Block 11 of Wright Addition to the sewage
David Pro Town ol Hampton and that portion of an Starke Bradford County) Florida.
As Clerk ol the CourtBY of Unit No. 1-A belonging to Pfen- .776258 did 6/11/86
: Linda Pearce niger containing misc. household goods, Pr 12 14-777684 dtd 8/11/86 I unrecorded platted 75 foot street lying Persons whose substantial Interests are affected by the

As D.puty Clerk by C S C Mini' S'oiage. 1642 S. Walnut Gator Frtightways, Inc.. Carrier between Block 11 and Block 10 ofWright's Department's proposed permitting decision may petition for
10/2 4tchg 10/23 St.. S'aike, fl 32091, 964 8848. Addition to the Town of Hampton in accordance with
( )
determination hearing
10/16 2'chg 10/23 and North of Stale Road 13 said pro an administrative
--- .. NOTICE OF PROPOSED SALE perty being a portion of two streets Section 120.57 Florida Statutes.,The petition must conform to
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NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO OF REAL PROPERTY OWNEDBY known as Oak Street and Cherry Street the requirements of Chapters 17.103 and 28-5, Florida Administrative
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR City of Hampton Bradford County. Code and must be filed (received) In the Depart
FICTITIOUS NAME The Bradford County Board of County Florida. All interested parties ,
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida PROBATE DIVISION Commissioners, is accepting sealed bids and be heard at the time and plate ment's Office of General Counsel 2600 Blair Stone Road,

Statutes notice Is hereby given that the CASE NO. 86.87 CP lor the purchase of the following property above specified. Tallahassee Florida 32301 within fourteen ((14)) days of

undersigned, Robert H. Munk P.O. Box FILE NO. 1-3770 to-wit; Dated this '16th day of October, 1986. of this notice. Failure to file a request for hearing
128. Brooker Fl 32622 sole owner doing The Southeast quarter (SE1/4)) of the CITY COMMISSION OF THE publication
business under the firm name of IN MARY RE: The RANDOLPH Estate of BROWN, Southeast quarter (SE 1/4)) ol Section 16. CITY OF HAMPTON FLORIDA.By within this time period constitutes a waiver of any right such

KIDTECH P.O. Box 128, Brooker, Fl Deceased. Township 6 South, Range 20 East East of : James R. Flynn person has to an administrative determination (hearing) pur-

32622, Intends to register said fictitious NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO New River, containing approximatelytwenty JAMES R. FLYNN" suant to Section 120.57 Florida Statutes.If .
under the of oro said statute. ((20)) acres;
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR administrative hearing Is
ALL filed
Dated this 16th day of October A.D., Said sealed bids will, be opened at ten FLORIDA a petition is process
1986 In Bradford County. DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE o'clock a.m. ((1000 a.m.) on Monday. 10/23Itchg designed to formulate the agency action. Accordingly the
10/164tpd 11/6 AND November 3, 1986 at the regular! Board Department's final action may be different from the proposed
THE ESTATE. -- --- ---
-- - -- ---- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the of County Commisnoner's meeting Mail Notice of Intent. Therefore, persons who may not wish to file a '
deliver sealed bids to: Gilbert S.
adoiinis'ro'ion, of the estate uf MARY or IN THE CIRCUIT COURT wish to Intervene in the proceeding. A petitionfor
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Biown, Clerk of the Court, Post Office, IN AND FOR petition may
REGISTER RANUOLPH BROWN deceased Case Drawer B, Starke Florida 32091. BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA Intervention must1'b< p filed pursuant to Rule 28-5.207
Number 66 87 CP. and File Number
HCTITIOUSNAME 86509Florida I 3770. Is pending- in the Circuit Court for 10M62tchg 10/23 CASE NO: 86.275 CA Florida AdmlnlftrativeXodebatJeast five ((5)) days before the

Pursuant '.> Sec'iun, tho'heu Biadford County, Florida Proba'e Division - - -_.--- SOUTHEAST MORTGAGE COMPANY, final hearing and be filed, .WltfjVlh* hearing officer if one has
no-ice Is hereby given
Va'u'es, 'he oddness of which is P.O..sox B.S'orke IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Plaintiff, ,
Division'ol Administrative
Noro.i' the Hearings
.. ,"de'I'g".d, Sandra S. Nnmon EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDAIN been assigned at .
Florida The w.
,, Fonn. !"C., 1103 S. Walnut St.. lepiesen'otive, ->f 'he estate is personal ARETHA AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY CHRISTOPHER D. KNIPE and JUDY Department of Admlnlstratldrv; 2009 Apalachee Parkway

: S'aike. r lor Ida, sole lirni iwiier e, ol dning Norem's AUSTIN whose address Is P O. Box 225, CIVIL ACTION: R. KNIFE his wife, Tallahassee, Florida.,32301*. If no hearing officer has been
business, Market under 1103 S.nan Walnut St.. law'ey, H.-I Ida 32058. The tian.e and ad. of CASE NO.: 86-439 Defendant AMENDED assigned the petition is to be filed with the Department's Office

Vaike Hindo, In'eiids legis'er, said dress. of 'he personal repiesen'otive In RUSSELL Re: The H.Marriage GREEN III NOTICE OF ACTIONTO of General Counsel. 2600'Blair Stone Road, Tallahassee, .

ticti'i.iu, ..0.... under the aforesaid attorney All are set having forth claims below.or demands Husband DEFENDANT; Florida 32301. Failure to petition to Intervene within the allow-

s'a'u' 16'h day if Oc."ber. A.D. against persons the es'a'e are required WITHIN Plclntilf CHRISTOPHER O. KNIPE .ed time frame constitutes a waiver of any right such person ifhas'
Dated 'his UNKNOWNlost \
THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE Or- THE v.. ADDRESS hearing -inder Section 120.57. Florida :
to request a
1986 in I'id1'id! r. 1UII', DOROTHY J. GREEN Known Address: 626: Pmewood :
IOl64'pdl16IN Florida 32091' Statutes.
file wish the cleik )1 f the above court a Wife Drive. Storke
WI ".,< s'a'ement of any claim or de- Defendant AND All OTHERS WHO MAY BE CON- The application Is available for public inspection during nor <

THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR itand they may have. Each claim must NOTICE OF SUIT NO PROPERTYTO CERNED: mal business hours, 8.00: a.m. to 5:00: p.m., Monday through

i.HAUl, URUCOUNTY.I'ROCATt UIVISION I-LORIOA be In wii'i'ig and must iodca'e'he, basis Unknown.: DOROTHY J. GREEN. Address YOU to ARE foreclose HEREBY' a NOTIFIED mortgage of an an the action Friday except;' legal holidays, at the Department of Environmental

I.i 'lie claim, 'he name and addicts of NOTIFIED that Northeast District Office 3426 Bills
,. be' 85 46 O' YOU ARE HEREBY an action following property In Bradford County, Regulation,
v Nu. lie ci ed,',,, ir his agent or a't0u..ym ard'te for Dissolution'. Marriage has
twisitn Florida Jacksonville. Florida 32207.
: am-iunt clai.i.ed. If 'he claim is not, and : Road
been filed against you you are required I. PINEHAVEN accordingto
,N H. IN'Alt OIM.MA due, 'he doe when It will become, Lot 9. Block 10/23 ItchgW"
yet of written
Book 2, 65.
to serve a copy your thereof In Plat Page :
I I.rq.. .toted tRVIN duo sot' be s-o'ed If 'It* clot,, Is (in- defenses if any to It, on the plaintiff's!! publiC plat record" of Bradford County. ,


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Lunch Money...
o In order to help speed-up the
receipt of lunch money (particularlyon
Monday), please place lunch
money In an envelope, put your
child's name, grade level, teacher's
name, and the amount of money
that's in the envelope on the outsideof

the envelope, then give the ,
envelope to Mrs. Bell.' She will open I / / VJ *.
the envelope and record the correct -

: child.amount' of lunch money for your 41{ ; __ _

PTA Lunch Fund....

Lunch money Is often borrowed by
students who lose or forget lunch
money. Please repay the borrowed THIS WEEK AT

lunch money as soon as possible so

we can lend to other students. ",,!,,,':,

Award Ceremonies... "

Award Ceremonies for
j Kindergarten, First Grade, and Se- i V
cond Grade will be held today )

(Thursday, Oct. 23).
The times for the Ceremonies are: _
Kindergarten 8:15: 9 a.m., First
Grade 9 9:45: a.m., Second Grade
9:4510:30: am.
-_ -__ _
The Award Ceremonies for Fifth, -
Fourth, and Third Grades are set
tomorrow (Friday, Oct. 24). The AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE
times for these Ceremonies are:
Fifth Grade 8:15 9 a.m., Fourth

Grade. 10:30 9-9:45 a.m.: a.m.,Third Grade V 9:45: 99 3 m 2 9 EVI O9VV 3.99w

Mrs. Patterson, 4th Grade... _
----M. ,"' ,** --
Cupcakes for snack time providedby .
Julie Walker's mother were a ..,, ,
if t
special treat Thursday. .........<<- -'":1"",ij"'
had I
Friday we doughnuts as a i1l
reward for returning the report card UI'1 I .. I

Super Stars: Marvin :: ,,: ....,
Blye, Jeff Chitty, Jason Clemons, '. #,"" '''''. '/OW, .
Chris Cummings, Donald Hardy, ;;:
David Wheeler, Erin Brewer, April .
Gaskins Katina Karla '/ H1k'"
Hampton -a-' -
I $ (,[ ,
Harper, Beth Modesitt, Erin 'J ;I.. ,{
Stansell, and Julie Walker. "
Mad Math Minute champions: /f -- i4 $. '" iL LJ, 4 r 'it '
Robbie Bassett, and Chris Cummings '" /s i
fY. ',' .;-; r :f A ......

';., '. ;:< ,J ..,.MA'fII. ..
Mrs. McClelland, .
itn Grade... I'," 1.. .. _,.
-''''''"# 7'J' '" '
We are studying lands and coun- N'
around the world and
tries people lear- Sally I Hanson. Choose Hard as Nails Excedrln extra-strength pain reliever box Coca-Cola products 2-liter bottles. Boxed Christmas cards. Box of 20 cards
live. Students
way they are Medicated Cuticle, Remover or Kwlk Off of 60 tablets. Limit 3 and matching envelopes. Reg. 4.99
ning to define the following words:

culture, environment continent.

They and Quentin the are seven Corbett learning countries.leader the four in the oceans Pizza Count on Eckerd for all your Halloween needs.

1h.. Hut reading awards. Two of four

',.......... .. "v.toostlIib00kS.tOrfktqu@Ir D Ihw brio 66l l ,fl I n!> .nj':,\' T- :
vo.ll'riJ ;:
Tetstone : raoe... ? x : I
We have enjoyed learning to
change the screen and backgroundcolors
on our Commodore Com-

are being tested on the w cost
proper sequence in turning on and
off the computer, monitor and disk
drive. They enjoy learning com-
puter happy grams and champ
name tags.Did

2.99 1.49 99c 2.49 79c 2/3.00

YouKnow. Kodak color print film. Nabisco Sugar Babies Brock Mellowcremes 16-oz. Hershey's Miniatures 14-oz., Palmer Creepy Corner. Planters peanuts Cocktail
CL135 VR200 24-exposure. 1075-oz bag or Sugar bag. Pick your favorite Resse Cups Almond or Kit 2-oz. or Monster Munny Spanish or dry roasted
Daddy 10-oz. bag. flavors. Reg. 119 Kat snack size 12-oz, bag 4-oz. bag Reg. 99 12-oz
Approximately 30 members of the
Morrell family gathered together
October 18 for a family outing. "'
The outing was held at the home of vi
Willie & Methel Green on Griffis / 'f'
Loop in Starke. Out of town guests i eoLan [ .,
were Nalan&Mary Stevens with son I' GYaeFgA PoIIfXy #
Scott and Larry Blow, all from ", SIR. 9wywry
Apopka. ,y k )' t ;I 'r:
II ;
Mrs Herbert Thomas Mrs. Med- ILw/O_ J .'.w/#_ .::.1 i C ___
ford Connelly, Miss Lillian Stump
Mrs. John Griffin and Mrs.Walter J.
Frick attended the District IV 3.88 6/1.00 77 2.66 3.44 1.88

Fall Florida Tour Federation of Officers Women's which was Clubs held Design A Face make up kit Trick or Treat bags made Disguise kit. Make up your Creepy Creatures disguise Dress-Up kit for adults or Flourescent hair color or
349 teens Gypsy, pirate and hair and body glitter
kit. spray
and make up Reg
Create a costume without of durable plastic own creatures
Thursday, October 16, at the Lake 499 4-oz. 249
more Reg Reg.
City Woman's Club who were a mask. Reg 499 Reg. 19 each costumes. Reg 99

hostesses for,the event. roc Buy 4. Clorox will send you a 2.50 certificate good at Eckerd.

Results of the duplicate bridge -1 Get our quality
SAVE 2 ,
game of October 14 at the Woman'sClub
in Starke are:,1Milt&Jackie even at their
Starnes of Keystone"Heights; 2 MONEY. _
Charlie Riddle Louise Burnette of r.
Lake City; 3 Lucile Green *Man We have 400 Eckerd Brand Equivalent % .
jorie Thomson of Starke. prescription drugs that carry the PAQ. Find a lower advertised priceon
and save to 50%.
you up
Graduates of 1961,.. To an Eckord ar, % t"y ,, on photo processing? Just bringOharmaGsl
.. ss in the ad or coupon with your
There will be a pre-game get auAu
I together 6 p.m.>-Friday,at John.Al. Import mom than az PAQo ., .J order. We'll match that price.
Miller's residence, located S.E. 1st
St. Off 100A Griffis Loop, 9648602. your health, .f 1.49 1.79 1.19 EmfJ' Im-

Liquid Plumr 32-oz. or Soft Scrub 26-oz, or Tackle disinfectant cleaner
I School Menus Formula 409 22-oz. Tllex mildew remover 16-oz. 26-oz, plastic bottle

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Oct. 27Oct.. 31 Prrrrw rwrrits.rwwr rrartitttttll.ai rrw.as11i.77

Bradford Elem. &Middle School ''l,-,.:.-..-:KERp'AK ,tit,,
Monday Spaghetti w/meat.auce, cheese slix
green beans, apple crisp hot rolls milk. 1.17 $70FF
Tumdayi Chill, chrae toast gA'ldeldal' bpeache. ,, 1 1.6 i r

W.dneld.y... milk.Chicken nuggeta*I fJM"'fc6bo.h" "\ I IIbage I'Bassoon 8oz.shampoo I Dial toll-on Colgate Pius e Galaxy radiant 1
alaw.lruit jelloclonryp4lurldh.p .,I" ", solid I toothbrushadult heater #960081500watts. 1
I 11.25-az
or 1
Thursday Salisbury steak rice* gravy, mixed ? child d .
v.getables.lru.t cup biscuits, Alllk'i,/,U eFriday. 1 finishing rinse In 1 2-oz. or spray I or soft. I Reg 2999 1
tossed 4-oz. medium or
Pizza esladnpyte! isrWVi 3 formulas
banana pudding: milk..Bradford "Without coupon 2.09 I Without coupon 1.W j II Without coupon 1.39 I Good thru 10/25/86 ""' ,
studtntliha4Ofi &ceof r
Middle School 1 Good thru W2WW Good thru 10(25/86
a hot lunch or a salad,! bar. ecj'of, gl I Good Ck thru>upon'IN23fB6,mutt accompany purchase I Coupon must i accompany purchase Coupon must accompany purchase I Coupon.mutt accompany per
I rrrr a..a aa. aaa.wa wrrwI
Bradford High BelOfol'Monday rar.sssr
rrrr rrausr+
bun bench fries, fts, j ECKERB
Harfrrbwgsr on green $* **BH 4BS u i ECKEFJD
bean., buteerscolvh squares,milk
Tuesday Chill/'cheese toast, garden .salad
crackers, peach crisp milk.W.dn..dKY' .
Corndog macaroni ft cheese, mixed 1 W.99Hot.
vegetables fruit cup milkThursday ,
!Hamburger/gravy mashed potatoes ? 1 disposable
turnip greens, strawberry shortcake, biscuits I s.a Brasar.'. S tfi, Nature Mad natural ttnse. I shavers S-pack.
milk. i antiseptic 10-oz g oystef shell eatarum I ; I ; ;t a 1
1 1
Fridays! Chicken nuggets baked"beans,Fabbaser 44WJQuiar or ; '' ,,. ., ., with vitamin P, 1 'vfwm coupon ssr Regular, lady or: 1l
slaw peaches. ,cinnamon roll milk 1 1 Good th 100 tablets.
sensitive.WttnouT .
;i.le'J. ; I
VHhout d0
1 coupon i
\ A-I'la-Carte, coupon 1LTt g g3 I Without coupon s.M I Good Itmj W/2S84 i
Mondays French fries, 'ltnllkiAikl, Good ITMU 1tY25 aa Good rare ws/8o 1 I Coupon must 1
purchase purchaseSa
1 must accompany
1 Coupon accompany
O.J. Coupon purctwalt ..
cheeseburger pizza coupon must accompany purcixMe-1 mu Turtdayi Chicken nuggets, pizza. French fries, Ilrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. l..rrrrrrs rsas.rrr -rrrr---mars--rirrrrrrwrr.ul.rrrr
milkshakes, orange Juice.

milkbhakes Wednesday, pizza Fish,orange nuggets Juice,french, corndogs fries. prices good thru Saturday, October 25th. We Money
Thursday Hamburgers trench fries, orange for the Eckerd nearest you.
Juice. pizu, milkshakes, yj$4 See the* Yellow Pages Sell I Orders
Vrldati French fries, cheeseburger, pizza, We reserve he right to limit quantities.
milkshakes,0 J.
.Each day students have a choice of a hot lunch -
Milurt bur or they may purchase a-la-tsrte/ : .



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Pat;" K\ TKI.KOKAHII: ; October 23.19B6:

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RULES OF THE GAME Weekly Prizes of

Fa o t tb a II 1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employees and their
Immediate families are welcome to enter but there Is $2500TELEGRAPH
limit of one entry per person each week.

a t t ''a) The entry must be on an official blank from the WINNERS
OD OS. 18-Mark
Sept. Patray missed 7
L .." O' TELEGRAPH and must be dropped off at the Sept. 25-Letty Woodburn, missed 5
TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Friday after.
Oct. 2-Steve Secrest missed 3
6 noon. Fill In all the blanks with either the name of the Oct. 9-Keith Tetstone. missed 1
0 team you think will win or "tie" If you think the game Oct. 16-Kim Rhoden missed 2
will end In a tie. The person who picks the most ,

games right will win the top prize. {JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY)
3)) In case of ties we will use the total points scored "
In the Bradford High School game each week(except Lake) Butler StarKe Keystone Hgts.
__ the Tornadoes open week) as a tiebreaker. Please fill s.w.6th Ave. US 301 South Jet SR 21 & 100
In the points you think will be scored by the Tornadoes 496-3079 G64-607S 473-4973

: and their opponent combined In the Keystone Height! vi Jasper
tiebreaker blank. For Instance If the score in the Tornado You III
Everything Need
game was Tornadoes 19. Opponents 7, the cor I
I in 1IIIIrr
rect score was 26 points. Building Supplies, I
4)) All decisions of the Judges are final. A second Paint & Tools II : O::

tiebreaker will be used If necessary. 3 Locations to Serve You .


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The Home Offiea Business BARBQPhone
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N.w England vt Buffalo 964.8840 230 N.Temple Ave. Starke FL SERVICE 964-6111

BRYAN'S Mitchell's Drug StoreSINCE
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Starke FL 32091 Watch
p 0 "Old Fashioned Personal Service" Repair Family Owned and Operated Repair I
Cleveland vs MinnesotaHeadquarters GENERIC DRUGS AVAILABLE 100 E.Call St. Bradford Square I ev
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? Kerosene Heaters HONOR MOST INSURANCE CARDS 8:30-5:30:; : :: 900-6.00: :
Russell Stover Candy Hallmark Cards
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1101 S. Walnut US 301 S Next to Norman's Market y

"Best Place in Town ORIAN WELLS Chevy-Olds

Jones Funeral Home : to Take a Leak" Your Country Gator Auto Store
.': 'jjf- The Working Man's Friend v
Jones Convalescent Services a' Starke ... ... .OTkwOMenlft. .Ml.SIM*...Km*. [ ]
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San Diego vt Philadelphia \1 1e
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Bryan's Ace HardwareChastain's

D&S MOTORS INC. Jewelry p".r PEP-O a@ ;'

207 N. Temple Avenue Starke 964.7556 GAS & FOOD STORE "

IMMEDIATE FINANCING Detroit Chicago China RestaurantD 620 S. Walnut (US 301)) 964.8293 '

Come See Alex, Faulkner Realty aD New Orleans' vi NY Jets rv I

., Terry Today or!Ed tt,1_ Hurst Exxon ,Services d!"' t 1 l

CS Jackson Building Supply

Jones Funeral Home .. \ in

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(J1TAI KOA Kampground Mecha.Jc"Rapalr MOSLEY TIRE CO.

Lawtey Shell U.S. 301 964-6600 South"Starke Mu/lhr/ Wong i.

0 Orlan Wells Lake Chevy-Olds 3N I eSPr'C1wnC 1 evD !

104 W Coll Street BHS Homecoming vs Bishop Kenny Mon HOURS:S16 Mitchell's Drugs a San Francisco vs,Gr..n Bay l lE i YWnseer
II 10 B
Downtown Stork* SetIIlce
Mosley Tire Co. Tins

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Norton Telecommunication 8 9T l 'vl 4y' '1tf I
t1 1 # ,
Pep-0 Food & Gas I

Sonny's BBQ ;.... ::! TEAL TILE' .. r

Starke Radiator &.,.CARPED, ,. INC. ,i
131 N. Cherry Street Starke, Florida (
o FRED PAT MCEL.ROY Stumps Department Store !
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U930t South|
Terwlll Motors
..... 1463 80. WALNUT .T.STABKB. gar AtlantOA .
964.8484 FLORID' 3ZO9I 'A_."id.;..in. *T, ,*!f ,'
Teal Tile Carpets

Williams Jewelry TERWILLEGAR [ !'t

Shell/Ice Cream ChurnUS MOTORS I. eWe I. i.

301 Lawtey, Florida Madison J

Le04) 984-7200 t

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Bridal Shower Given for /
"HOW'S THE FAMILY?" Suwannee River Economic Council Inc., announces the distribution of Joy
USDA commodities. You qualify to receive commodities if you: '
Receive FoodStamps The fellowship hall of the Starke with a basket.of pink & wine rases ,.
By: Ed Kirkland Required: Letter DecisionOR Church of God was the suiting of a with love doves & pink hearts.! On I

WARNING: TEENAGER INSIDELet's Receive AFDC bridal shower for Miss Joy Carlton, one end of the table was a huge cake
Required: Medicaid Card bride-elect of Mike Plant Thursday and the other end held a crystal
discuss that wonderful subject which strikes fear in the heart oif OR Receive SSI October 16. punch bowl.Thirtysix.
every red-blooded American parent-TEENAGERS. Sometimes it seems Required: Medicaid Card
like a sad fact of life that every innocent little toddler (Did I say In- OR Meet the income guidelines below: The hall was decorated in pink & guests enjoyed games!
nocent&) who.ts healthy and happy is destined to become one of these Income Eligibility Scale beginning July 1, 1986 thru June 30. 1987. -. wine with the "Hearts" theme. and various tasty snacks.

"teenagers". HOUSEHOLD PER PER PER The gift table was covered with a Hostesses for the occasion were
Well let me speak just to those of you who are presently going throughthe SIZE: YEAR MONTH WEEK pink cloth & overlay of white lace Mrs. Clarice Montz, Mrs. Barbara
"dark ages'rof childrearing.The times when you wonder why you actually 1 $6,968. $581 $134
Kirkland Mrs. Bennett &
buy them food and provide a place for them to sleep. After all, the 2 9,412-' 785 181 centered with a basket of pink & Cathy ;
Mrs. Cindy Wheeler. Mrs. Ida Sue r
only thing they do at home is eat and sleep right&t Certainly they never 3 11,856 988 228 wine roses flanked with love Schmitt the honoree witha
take time to listen to your advice. Besides they talk funny dress funny 4 14,300 1,192 275 unicorns The refreshment table was
electric mixer and hurricane -
white cloth and overlayof corsage
covered with
and just basically don't act normal. 5 16,744 1,396 322
Let me reassure you that your experiences are not new. In fact there 6 19,188 1,599 369 white lace tied on the corners casion.lamp as a memento of the oc
are several thousand other parents going through exactly the same feelings 7 21,632 1,803 416 with huge pink bows and centered

you are experiencing right now. And truth is that your parents probably 8 24,076 2,007 463
felt the same kind of anxieties about you a few years ago. Each additional Presented
Look I can't solve( all the parent-teenager problems in this short col Family member + -$2,444 $204., $47 Historic Program 'I
umn. In fact I couldn't solve them if I wrote an encyclopedia But would Commodities must be picked up only at the sites designated on the
like to mention a few things you may not have thought about. Consider the card. You must present your current card to receive commodities. You or by Weeks Chapter UDC
following: either of two designated alternates may pick up the commodities. in West
For one thing the world your child is becoming an adult in Is a very different Certification Recertification or Replacement of a lost card will be doneat The W. T. Weeks Chapter United and spent Pensacola most ol ,his so we lite claim Key him as a
place than it was when you were growing up. Today, If you live in the Outreach Center. None will be issued however during distribution. Daughters of the Confederacy met Floridian although he was born in
the Orange Park area for example when you were a teenager it barely ( : areas will be recertificed during distribution due to at the Western Steer Restaurant Trinidad and brought here as a child
existed. Just imagine life before the video disk or Commadore 64. If you distance involve) Monday October 20, with Mrs.
really want to send your kid into hyper-space (Star Wars term which also Special Note: Special days are set aside for the exclusive distributionsto Lloyd Wike, historian presenting a by his! parents. lie is buried in St.
didn't exist) just tell them you remember when there was no such thingas the elderly and handicapped. If you have trouble standing please bringa program on the history of the Great Michael's cemetery in Pensacola.
a cassette tape. That should make for some interesting conversation.More folding lawn chair so you( can be more comfortable. Seal of Confederacy using material Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerl, presi-
importantly though the world has changed in other more serious USDA s Emergency Food Assistance program Is available to'all eligible written by Dr. Clay Chandler. 1st dent conducted the business 1
ways. For instance they are the first generation that has grown( up with recipients regardless of racer.color national origin age sex or handicap meeting and served as hostess at the '
the threat of nuclear war. All their lives they have been taught this a 4 Lieutenant Commander Mur- luncheon. The table centerpiece wasa
possibility. Distribution sites and dates are as follows: freesboro Camp No. 1355 Sons of the large pumpkin and the Halloween
I know what you're thinking "He could care less. In fact his bedroom STARKE Confederate Veterans. motif was carried out with black and

looks like a bomb went off in it." Don't undersell them. I don't mean they October 30, 1986. Old RJE School Building, 10:00: a.m.-4 p.m. Mrs. Wike also a talk orange streamers down the center of
go to bed every night worrying If they will wake up. What I'm talking October 31, 1986, Old RJE School Building, 10:00: a.m.-l:30: p.m. Russell Mallory gave, Secretaryof on the table fall leaves persimmons
about is a general attitude toward life they have learned. HAMPTON Stephen and Trick or Treat candies.
Also most of them or at least many of them are a part of a divorced October 28, 1986. Hampton_City Hall: !, 10 m.-2:00: p.m. the Navy CSA. Secretary Mallory I
family. This is a new phenomenon. Chances are when you were their age,
it was rare for parents to be divorced. Not so now. This changes the way God Observes SPORTS FABET !
Church of
they look at relationships as well.
Finally don't forget that they are trying out new things. True you needto Jr. Women's Club Plan Future Ladies Ministries Day
guide them away from those that are harmful. But they are attemp- I
ting to find out who they really are as a person. This is supremely important The Ladies Ministries of the
to your youth and for him or her to mature they must go through this Events at October MeetingThe Starke Church of God observed Na-
process just as you and I did. If they are not doing something immoral tional Laides Day Sunday Oct. 19 at YOU '
dangerous illegal or unbiblical try not to worry so much. Junior Women's Club of International Affairs chairwoman 11:00: a.m., with the ladies taking
Look there are going to be problems frustrations, sometimes Starke held their October meeting reminded all to save daily pocket charge of the entire morning ser DIDN'T d
arguments. But don't add to the natural tension caused by their growingup. change for contributing to UNICEFand vice. KNOW ,
Realize what is happening so you can get a hold on things before they Monday Oct. 13, at the club house. announced other plans for collecting The all-ladies choir rendered a ,/f.
control you. Then in all fairness to your Freinds who come over to visit President Debbie Connaughton Shan Johns membership beautiful program of music under
hang a yellow sign on your front door as a warning to all who enter presided. chairwoman announced plans for the direction of Mrs. Barbara Brought to you
"DANGER: TEENAGER INSIDE". Then, after five years orso you can Conservation chairwoman the clubs annual Christmas party on Kirkland (choir director) using the By Orian WellsHow's
have friends again. Unless of course it has younger brothers or sisters. Christie Torode, presented a program December 19. theme "In His Presence". Mrs. Tiny
Ed Kirkland is pastor of the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church located Just Osteen gave a report of the accomplishments -
west of Camp Blending on the corner of SR 16 and Mary Dot Lane at on energy conservation in- for the past year and this for a football
Kingsley Lake. For a family related question to be answered in this column cluding helpful hints on conserving Local Realtors AttendFt. recognized the mother of the year oddity. Did you know there

send it to: HOW'S THE FAMILY. Kingsley Lake Baptist Church energy and microwave recipes. To Lauderdale Mrs. Sarah Fulgham. Officers of the was once a college football
6337 Seminole St.. Starke FL 32091 or. call Rev. Kirkland's office at exemplify the theme for the evening! Meeting past year were Sue also Schmitt recognized.shared a game In which one team
133-2018.: Names/addresses are not printed. Cecelia Terwillegar, president
the meeting was conducted by Bradford-Union Board of Realtors poem entitled "In His Presence"with did not run or pass the
Cadettes PlanHalloween candlelight. A purse scavenger hunt Lavern Outlaw incoming president prayer lead by Mrs. Carrie at any time during the entire
PartyGirl Wedding Date Set was conducted with awards given to Susan Faulkner director and Mr. & Williams. The service was game and still won itl I

For Joy Carlton Mrs. Richard (board at- highlighted by an inspiring message to Kentucky. In
Scout Cadette Troop 520 and Cindy DeValerio and Kellie Carver. Welty Mrs. Clarice Monlz and It happened
the Bradford Public Library are Mike PlantThe Club members were reminded of torney) attended the 70th annual concluded brought by with a commitment a game In the early 1900's,
sponsoring a Halloween Party next upcoming events: Joan Hall, meeting of the Florida Associationof decided to kick
around the altar Kentucky
Tuesday Oct. 28.Preschoolers date has been set for the wed- Realtors in Ft. Lauderdale last prayer
through 10 years of ding of Miss Joy Carlton and Mr. Homelile chairwoman reported on week. on first down every time
age are Invited to the party from 4 to Mike Plant, both of Starke. plans to assist with Special Olympics they got the ball. They did
5 p.m. The party will be at the The vows will be exchanged at October 29 and the annual kick on first down throughout
library and the First United 7:00 p.m. Saturday October 25,1986, Halloween Dance for Sunland the game. They never
Methodist Church. at the Starke Church (of God.A residents October 30. Sandra
The children will be treated to a reception will follow in the Crawford Arts chairwoman finalized ran the ball and never pass
cupcake walk costume judging, fellowship hall. plans for the dessert booth at the ed. And they won 12.6 by
pumpkin toss refreshments cookie All friends and relatives are In- upcoming Starke Santa Fe Fall Arts Coach recovering two fumbles by
decorating and a fishing game. vited to witness the vows. Festival October 1819. Becky Jones their opponents in the end

There will be awards prizes, Warney zonel! This oddity is hard to
treats and good things to munch on believe but It's been

There is no admission charge. verified by the Kentucky

Dawn Marie DlnkelcTWeaTDcffifel DOG LOSTor ( .. Adkinsonsays Athletic Department.

B.'Duff'{* \ ;ii.: Ever wonder how many
commercials there are during
Mrs. Joan D. Barton of Starke an- ( of collegeor
the telecast
nounces the marriage of her I'm Voting For I
daughter Miss Dawn Marie TAKENI ,1 pro football games? How

Dinkelo to Daniel B. Duffy son of Y I w many would you say? The
Mr. & Mrs. Martin L. Duffy of I national TV networks put in
Starke. about 50 different commercials
The bride Is attending Bradford from'Geiger RoadS.E. v JERRY T. during the telecast of
and Santa Fe Community College -
High. ( 15th Street. Starke) each game.

The bridegroom is a graduate of I When was the last time a
Bradford High and is in the United Thursday, Oct. 16 GATESREPUBLICAN team won the championship

States Army. of the National Foot
The wedding was October 13, 1986
Church. ball League with a rookie as
at the First Presbyterian
This 6 month old Beagle Puppy belongs to a FOR COMPTROLLERI'm its regular quarterback? It
Kimberly L. Newberry, hasn't happened since
David Richard White 4 year old boy that really misses him. 1945 when the Rams won

Announce Engagement a Democrat supporting JERRY T. GATES for COMP the NFL title with rookie

Kimberly Louise Newberry Please Return TROLLER and I'm asking you to do the same. Bob Waterfield at quarter

granddaughter of Joe &Ann Gravesof back.
announces her REWARD OFFERED I bet you didn't know..
Richard Presently Clerk of the Circuit Court JERRY T. GATES, an to
engagement to David that this is the time save

White, son of Percy & Leeda Whiteof Call 964-8602 Accountant, a Finance Officer with 14 years experience In on a new carat Orian Wells

Starke. Governmental Accounting and a former Bank Director will Chevy-Olds... where you
Miss Newberry i Mr. White are
both graduates of Interlachen High provide \the Leadership You can Trust. I hope you agree, get GMAC financing... We

School and both will begin serving in It's time for Accountant on the Florida Cabinet. also have a good selectionof
the U.S. Army this month. Miss .-.. used cars... Come in and
Newberry will attend basic trainingin u. I
:"f\.lNT OP' MpNAOEMENT AND CIRCULATION see for yourself.
New Jersey with David attending ... _00---7NNER7HI. ,. Wlth'yauIhelp, he'll win!
Carolina. 4 OTLI 0'pv' LjCaON .I .u.c."O"O a DAIEO*FILIM1Oft. ORIAN WELLS
basic in South
The wedding is planned for 8RAWIHD. COUm TEUUKAFH!!!\ ..____ "_ .I_ 1J I | Lf J3, 11.* (vrulet.OIdjmllbile rr.
December 27.1986 at the First Baptist noo1NCY0 IIRUE.- :ONUAL1Yt/N/LIHID IIALWIICAIi1OMW.kly ..''co 7 f ,,1
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of Interlachen. The Rev. s&Z.OOnnll'1li If!]
Al Grant Church will officiate. All friends L >' 71Lr7nT8yiuYClH i I .Hwt Ali. ; ;;.....";.
and relatives are invited by the cou- 13' W. CAll at., 3t.rl.. PI. 32091 U.S. :1111: I North \
ple to attend. C6WLIYK kUtLlhd A39itlU'3VnVTrAt> u1HIhr8F8tTila.tTilGiaFdnrcTBFFriTUZTIi' .,..,/!,...( SI arlii-, Florida 32U1M! !
IJJ M. Cell St. Scnrlo FL 3..091SN'34irAiJ3"LnirL R.p. Pd. Pol. Adv by Coach Wainey Adkinion
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Samuel Elbert ChapterDAR uuu .o..oro ''U""H' '0"0' AMDMANAOIH' 'DI/OONUUn.ur Lang
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Has LuncheonThe Sot'0. For,,,.nn A John H. IU II.. P.O. DHAWOI A Sturke, PI. 32091 .
Samuel Elbert Chapter Samxw rMxr.xri Bite

of American Revolution Bob 6. Ferjuson P.O. IDAUSI A, 3t rke, FL 32091
Daughters & Shrimp
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homeof Chicken
held a luncheon meeting at the Size
Taber at Park-of-the-
Mrs. David __.. ......__ .. .. ..... _. ..
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October 16. _. ,,r.nell.Hwwwn.w.wxww.H a.NNIIM,- .-..,

Mrs. Taber the Regent, con- IULLNAMI_--._. CDY,L171 MAILINOAODMI. _- Dinner
business Introduced -
ducted the meeting Buh Gi 4 Miry A. Y.OS naAIJF9 A. D- N 7)OOL _
the speaker, Mrs. W.J. 'ohn". A l'"''''. Annoo ''hlle. ___ ODM '.71. '..r'. n 72091, 1
Flannery, State Curator of Jackson- J

ville. Mrs. Flannery spoke to the ... .... !
.ANO IONDHOLOI.1 .0'0 I.CO"De LNHIL 0''OtAL.MOUx10 Favorites
group on the subject of how the 'IOO/ _...tGAOt wtHI.fCUnnIIiq/ew.nw.' ., own, Two Tasty

organization was formed and gave a IU LNAMI COMRIIMAILINGAOO.IUMxttl.H '. .. .
_F. Ins R. HL/w..St C .r' L NIOIt of tender
brief account of its history. Enjoy generous portions
bite-size fried shrimp and delicious i
The Charles McKinney'sHost _.L served with
boneless chicken fillets ; $3.69
..o.co."o.. "Y NOYeO,1 0.0..AUr.M.11t0.' NMAtA yCIAL NAtE1 Oxw m"OMM.M"
Rehearsal DinnerThe -1'--1.-------: '' natural-cut french fries fresh cole slaw r
1e .:
I lj W ., HAICHANOIOOUINO ..,. hush puppies sweet .. .,..,...
Western Steer Steak House .a.ACHAH0/ODUNINO HaCIOiWt,. U MOMTMl LJ MCCIDINatlWOMTMlt JIIt.AW.rAp.w..rw"O.ww..nrnrHw'e two Southern-style w For A Limited Time Only

was the setting for the rehearsal din k .......T AND.......O.CIHO/IATION" 4w1Y1. OiT110Ihy' AiwiAk" .;ui' iont? +' l'n;.tA.OvOL & sour sauce cocktail sauce and a
for Harrison and fiance
ner Kyle .. lemon wedge. _____
Terri Mathews hosted by Kyle'sparents y>ftym--* ;

Mr. & Mrs.Charles McKinney r .""-".CU"ON--...-..._-...--... ._ SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY ALL DAY MONDAY & TUESDAY ALL DAY
their wedding rehearsal "
following 2-Piecc Fish Dinner
Friday October 10. t/MN.w.A .:113l. ._ .. t14. AD-You-Can-Eat Country-Style Fish Dinner
The U-shaped tables wdYe covered i. R VTOTAb. .....'.011"""' ,_".,.._,.... .. Dinner includes; 2 golden-brown fish
with white clothes and centered' withan U '111011OT.ON.N, .MAIL... CANHtlH OH OTMIH UIAM4 4H --- Country-style fish fillets French fillets, natural! cut french fries, fresh
blue lAWLII eOM>UUI I .AND OIN OQICOnil _'Q1a 98 .. fries Cole Hush puppiesTartar Southern-style hush
arrangement of greenery carnations, & rar.Loi.TiiiiunoNrMVCMt ... t ,. sew Good For $3 79 cole slaw 2 $2 29
baby's breath orange ,.. ... ----t puppies.
set r CO"u.NOT." "' ... .. Only.
blue burning tapers Room Service
hearts with HIM MM Ml W ---- -ffi_ _..-J.t ._- --- Dining
In brass candlabras flanked by brass --N.r-

butterflies. Brass candlesticks were t TOTAL._4.DI....___...__..._..As W- aziOTMfNetMdaornptow _._-
placed down the length of the tables. 37n. .. D'sA
.. OAmTW1rl'
cards .. .. /Il.x.ruM.yO' 0' 101" "" 1I1N1 ,u"lfflA. Uii" Captain
Orange heart-shaped place 1 is Aty Arl A IIMwlwra wrl by I
marked the seating arrangements of etdt' .:. '. ', ;
the bridal party & families of the ::f'S.. .*MtinttHmt im m.m.t.L. ,
Orange & blue to .. . great little seafood place.
bride groom-elect. .' i' (1 _
j '' ;J
helium Balloons marked the head .: ., t .' 'I "',. .-/'I.r_ :. ."t... f j 1.

table. Gifts were. presented to the '
bridal party. 0 .


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Page IOA TELEGRAPH October 2S. 1986

H Hampton. Council Fills Seats, Accepts Resignation of City Clerk I Iby

John Sturges ing council. Chairman Chairman Ted Curtis county for a new fire truck.The city medical care lately, submitted a .Gainesville, Inc.
In the first official meeting of the Councilman George Werre then was nominated by George Werre will receive a 1200 gallon pumper In card to the council from him and his
fiscal year the Hampton city council nominated Hampton resident John and Curtis was approved by the approximately 60 days, after the top wife expressing their deep gratitudeto After the sealed bids were read by
Tuesday. October 14, 1986 filled two Allen, who was quickly motioned in council for another term. John Allen running truck is painted at Lawtey the council and city for all the help Mayor Padgett, he told the councilhe
empty council seats with Hampton and approved by the council.Council nominated Walden Wadsworth for prison. given to them. talked with several contractorson
residents Wilma McDaniels and Chairman Ted Curtis nominated the Vice-Chairman seat and The fire department reported no The police department reportedone the phone, discussing the Villa
John Allen and saw the re- Wilma McDaniels for the second vacant Wadsworth was also passed. fires for last month, but it did put a arrest, 14 traffic arrests, 10 traffic project. Padgett said there were two
appointment of Ted Curtis as Chair seat and all members approvedthe Another employment change also lot of work into the old green Ford warnings and three traffic ac things to do before Hampton runs
man and Elwood Padgett as Mayorof motioned nominee. took place in the city,with long time fire truck In Hampton after it broke cidents.In watewr to the project; Get the
Hampton.Two Mayor Elwood Padgett swore the .::ity clerk Vernon Forsyth submit- down, so now the city will have two the water department, further money to do it and draw up concrete
new members were sworn in two in as official members of the ting his resignation October 6 for a trucks in good condition to serve the progress was shown In the Hampton _blueprints and specifications.
to the council In first business of the council.In better paying Job. Forsyth's last day city. Villa project. Mayor Padgett commented
evening as Mayor Elwood Padgett related business, the council was Friday, October 10 and he was In the street department, Mayor that all the legwork had Padgett passed out information to
called for nominations to start the also asked for nominations for the replaced by resident Wadsworth. Padgett expressed concern over the been done in the project, including the council, asking them to table the
new fiscal year with a full, function' Council Chairman and Vice. Wadsworth asked for a slight raisein condition of Hampton roads, ai<': blueprints, railroad permits and the issue until they have the chance to
pay to bring his weekly salary to asked the council to look into ways of receiving of various bids from six fully associate themselves with the
NOTICE TO PUBLIC FOR REMOVAL OF $90. improving the roads in the upcomingyear. different contractors. pro ect. A motion to do so was raised
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS A motion was made to swear The lowest bid received, from and passed.In .
Wadsworth in and to give him the In the recreation department, a Simmons and Son Plumbing was closing, Padgett expressed
Dot October 23, 1986 raise. Both were passed.In Jamboree is scheduled for the first $12,872. hope for the new year and new council
City of Stoike, Florida various city departments, the Saturday in November. Councilman High bid for the job was $$27,440.63 and asked the members to work
(Name of Applicant) big news was a promise from fhi George( Wcrro. who tins been under from Utilities Services of hard for the city and the council.

P. O. Drawer C, Stark. Florida 32091 904 964-5027
(Street City Zip Code) (Telephone No.) Worth NotingNo


On or about October 23 1986 the above-named City will request the U.S. Department HonoredAt Kimberly Pace HonoredBy
Job No Skill. Diana Pace
of Housing and Urban Development to remove the environmental conditions .. Job Service Office at 1430 South
Bridesmaid Luncheon
and release Federal Funds under Title I of the Housing and Community Job Corps-Training slots are First Street, Lake City, or phone Two Bridal ShowersDiana
Development Act of 1974 (PL 93,383)) for the following project: available In health occupations._ Irene Pearce at 752-3121 Lynn Pace, bride-elect of Kimberly Ann Pace, bride-elect of

Commercial Revitalization Improvements plumbing, welding, business- A Class of '41 Invite... Dennis Crawford, was honored at Joseph Norris, was honored with a
bridesmaid luncheon at the home of
clerical, auto mechanic and other
(Project Title) Name two showers recently.A .
skills for men and women ages 16 The BUS Class of 1941 is still lingerie shower at the home of Patsy Cason Saturday, October 11.
Street Improvements Water Improvements, Acquisition & Parking Facilities through 21.Obtain looking for two members, although Pauletta Phillips was held In attendance was Kimberly's
(Purpose or Nature of the Project) List All Activities a GED, earn spending they have found several members September 30. Several games were mother, Linda Pace, her sister,
City ol' Starke Florida (Bradford' County) money and savings money and whose addresses weren't known, enjoyed by the attending guest. Diana Pace, and her grandmothers,
(Location City County State of Project) make a good life for yourself. for an upcoming class reunion.All Hostesses for the evening were Elizabeth Matthews and Dolly Pace.
Room and board, clothingtransportation graduates of classes: 1940-1949 Jenny Black, Janice Parrish, Kimberly was presented with a
E. D. 60Census allowance medical are invited by the BHS Class of Pauletta Phillips and Carolyn Sapp.A hand mixer as a memento of the oc
( Tract (s) ) Enumeration Districts and dental care will be provided.For 1941 to a Dutch Treat luncheon casion.A .
It has been determined that such request for removal of environmental conditions more information visit the beginning at.1:30 p.m. Oct. 25 miscellaneous bridal showerwas delicious meal of turkey and
will not constitute an action significantly affecting the quality of the human ._ held October 9 at the First Bap- dressing with all the trimmings was
-- ---- -------- ---
environment and accordingly the above-named City has decided not to prepare ---- MGM tist Church with hostesses Linda enjoyed by all.
an En\liranmentallmpact Statement under the Notional Environmental Policy Act Barber, Lynn Bishop, Peggy
'J'f 1969 (PL 91.190)). Bracewell, Connie Davis, Pat Sonya Rosalie Heape,
-iM01JNCIMG Green_ Nita Jones. Lynn
The reasons for such decision not to prepare such Statement are as follows: Mooneyham,Shirley N rdquistjA ii Paul Timothy Boree Wed

I The project is not harmful to the environment; Patterson, Judy Sonya Rosalie Heape and Paul
2, Project calls for no involuntary relocation; Saunders, Diane Saunders, Cassie Timothy Boree were married at All
3 Project calls 'for no forced acquisition of' land; Jacob Robert Batten Shadd, Sue Stalnaker, Mary Saints Episcopal Church in Jackson
4 Project is not in a flood plain.An Albert & Sherri Batten of Thomas, Norma Wheeler, Marsha ville Saturday, October 11.
Lawtey Maternal grandparents are Carl& Williams and Judy Woodall. The bride, daughter of Mr. & Mrs.
Environmental Review Record respecting the within project has been made by happily announce the birth of a son, Myrtle Vanzant of Lawtey. George W. Dandelake, Jr. and Her.
the above-named City which documents the environmental review of the project Jacob Robert, born October 9, 1986 Paternal grandparents are Albert man Heape, Belton, S.C., was -
and more fully sets forth the reasons why such Statement Is not required.This En- in Gainesville at Alachua General (Sr.) & Edna Batten of Starke. The fellowship hall was decorated graduated from Wolfson High School
/ironmental Review Record is on file at the above address and Is available for Hospital. with an array of live plants and silk and is employed by McKee, Eiland
public examination and copying upon public examination and copying upon request flower arrangements. Approximately and Mullis, Orange Park.
at City Hall between the hours of' 9:00: A.M. and 4:00: P.M. 75 guests were served cake, The bridegroom,son of Mr &Mrs.

City of' Starke will undertake the project described above with Block Grant funds punch, nuts, mints and a variety of Levi! B. Boree, Middleburg, was
!from U,S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) under Title 1 of finger foods. graduated from Middleburg High
the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 through the State of School and is employed by
Florida. City of Starke is certifying to DCA that City of Starke and Charles 'C VOTE ,Shadowlawn Farms, Penney
Schaefer in his official capacity as former mayor consent to accept the jurisdiction JANET'S SECRETARIAL Farms.
of' the ,federal. courts if an action Is brought to enforce responsibilities In relation SERVICE The bride's sister, Wendy Heape,
to environmental reviews decision making and action; and that these was the honor attendant. The
,expansibilities, have been satisfied.. The legal effect of the certification Is that Complete business bookkeeping bridegroom's brother, Doug Boree,
upon its approval City of Starke may use the Block Grant funds and HUD will have Payroll ft tax forms prepared was the best man.
satisfied, its responsibilities under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969. Student papers professionally typed After a cruise to the Bahamas, the
DCA will accept an objection to its approval only if it Is on one of the following Resumes prepared I couple will reside in Middleburg.
bases: (a) that the certification was not in fact executed by the certifying officer IVEIGEL 94-87f -
or other officer of'applicant approved by DCA; or(b) that applicant's environmental
review record for the project indicates omission of a required decision findingor Johns
step applicable to the project In the environmental review process. Objections t\ot Variety
must be prepared and submitted In accordance with the required procedure ((24
CFR Part 58))and may be addressed to DCA Florida Department of'Community Af 301 North In Lawtey e Next to Lawtey Satellite

fairs, Bureau of Community Assistance 2571 Executive Center Circle East Come By and Browse
Tallahassee Florida 32301. e
/ sI e We Have Plenty of Used Clothing e
Objections to the removal of environmental conditions on bases other than stated / /
above will, not be considered by DCA. No objection received after November 7, ,Costume for the whole family! v.
1986;-will be considered by DCA. fjy Jewelry,
{ USED BLOUSES e 6 PC. Dinette S fv ,,, ..f!. f.
Charles Schaefer f GOOD
(Nome of'Certifying Officer of ApplicantP I Hi SIZES' M.oo EACH China Closet| table| w/4 chairs
_THIS WEEK ONLY Reg. sgJO ... SALE $499.
O. Drawer C, Starke, Florida 32091
(Address) Pd Pol Id*or Jo.roi R. WelmM.Cwnp. Taw Open 10-3() Closed Sunday & Monday

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I Strong Start But Cold Second 'Half Gives North Marion 14-6 WinA I \ 1J

strong start fizzled, their kicker OS Johnny Clorfc lairs point 1 point convor- ,... ............L.. .......... .M. ..... ............. ". ...... ,.... ........ .............. ...... .. ...... ........- .. ...... .. "."..... ... .. ...... ................ ..............".. ............ .....'......... ........ ........ 14,
was injured and put out of the game Non,.. pan from OS Clark t. Darren Pottor-. :. :.!, i.
and a bad pass interference call i pond !
f) North Marlon. OB Damloit Torino 01 ,''''
opened the flood gates as the Tor tnoak. Iron Inchot.out. .Pi. pan falltd.
nado footballers lost 27-14 to North
a, North Marion Craig Damon If yard run.
Marion on Bradford Field last Fri- .Pi. run lollotf.
day night. 4)) North. Morloni Kevin Brodthow. H yard .
Bradford drove 89 yards, 86 yardson run. .?> pass from OB Torino fo Karin Irad. I
the ground,on a 20-play drive that .h..... : !
took up most of the first period. The Bradlordi Patrick Dlggi, I yard pass from
touchdown 01 Johnny Clork. KPi kick follod. (
came on a three yard .
pass from QB Johnny Clark to 6-4 The Colts Drive... r zr a 1to kl .J
wideout Patrick Diggs, who
simply A 15 yard Tornado punt set the ,
waited for the thrown
high to
pass Colts up on their side of the 50 yard
come down in his Clark
arms. QB
line with about six minutes left in the
threw to Darren Patterson in the second =
clear up the middle for a two point The Tornado defense gave ground i' .
converson and BHS let 8-0 as the second but
grudingly, 15 plays later
period got under way. quarterback Damion Tornio drove 4 '1''f r, I
The drive was aided by one first .
his way into the Bradford endzone
down on a penalty on North Marion,
from 6-inches out for the score. A rn
when middle guard Leonard two point conversion pass failed as Y ,
Thomas stormed in and fell on Tor- QB Torino was sacked by inside
nado David Hamilton's kicking leg linebacker
Ron Brown. With 58 \
on a field goal attempt. Hamilton !
seconds remaining in the half Brad- I
left to have the leg X-rayed to see if ford still led 86. '
his kicking leg was broken. It wasn't Y Yr
but Hamilton was through for the n '
Colts Go Ahead.., \
night, weakening the Tornado kick- '
and With the BHS running game stalled i
ing game defensive secondary.
the Tornadoes fumbled the football U ..l. I
Colt Pressure... away once, then a 16 yard punt
set North Marlon up on the Tornado
Pressure from the large NM Colt 34 yard line.Movement.
squad began to tell after the first on the Colt offensive
period. The Tornadoes never made line pushed NM back five yards to ,. ".."
another first down after the long the 39, but on the replay of first down -
drive. Colt defenders got up close to running back Craig Damon took a
the line and disrupted Tornado plays pitch and went around right end for ,
before they could get going. Colt 39 yards and the second Colt i
defenders lined up 3 deep and touchdown. A run for the two point .. "W .. ... ..
shoulder-to-shoulder to stop Tornado converson failed and NM led 12-8
running around the wide side. with 6:46: remaining in the third
Colts in the BHS Backfield.
period. .. where they spent most of the second half. BUS guard Allan Wood, no.66, I
Unblocked North Marlon defenders storm Into the BUS backfield and center Brian Barton, no. 53, look back at the play,
2 Big Plays...
/radlord Nlph e 1 I a 1Nnm /
The third Colt TD came on the se-
Marlot 0 s a IS 27 cond of two 25 yard runs. Junior RB BHS tacklers had shots at the Colt the Colt pass receiver NM the officials a defensive back has a rightto yard line.Moving.
IHS NMH Kevin Bradshaw went over the right runners but kept sliding off, not get- eight yard pass completion and the go after a football. 62 yards in six plays, the
Pint Downl I 11aalhlne side of the Tornado defense, cut ting a good grip, and going for the 15 yard penalty moving the football fourth and final Colt TD came on a 32
Yards 17.11 11.191Puain. back across field and scampered in- body with arms, allowing the Colt from the BHS 37 to the 12 yard line. Another Set-Up... yard pass from QB Torino to wide
.pl'V.rd. ..' 4-9-1 n 4.11.9Puma 51"C''A. to the endzone for the third Colt TD runners to run through the tackles.On "It opened the floodgates," said a Immediately after' the third Colt receiver Clarence Mackey, who got
1-25.4 SoJ7.4 with 11:51: remaining in the fourth the third Colt TD drive, BHS furious Coach David Hurse,who pro- TD, Tornado QB Johnny Clark was behind BHS safety Brian Davis.
"umbl..lo.t a.1 1.I period. QB Torino passed to wideout cornerback Cory Strong intercepteda tested the pass interference call but intercepted as he threw to tight end Davis came into the game as
"on'III..y.rd. SolO .50.5 Leonard Thomas for a two point con- highly arched QB Torino pass, but got nowhere. Coach Hurse and David Williams, giving North replacement for the injured
Scoring summary version and NM led 208. officials said Strong interfered with Mike Sexton repeatedly told Marion the football on the BHS 38 See Page 14
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North Marion, taking a 7-0 first
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NM scored on a long drive in the
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half. Only 5V& minutes remained in t I O Q 0
the fourth period when NM scored a
again for a 12-7 lead. r it
NM kicked off to BHS and two
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Colts scored. NM kicked off again
Bradford threw an interception andNM
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I 90f6 Midget cheerleaders of the Starke Cowboy Pop Warner Football

The Jr. Pee \Vcc cheerleaders of the Starke Cowboy Pop Warner Foot. Fulgham. Association are (l-r):

ball Association won second place in Timucua Conference competitionwith Standing: Nina Paul Christy Jones Sonya Smith Christy Wood. Jamie Kneeling: Jill Greene and Brooke Whaley
I 11 area towns. The competition took place Saturday. Oct. II, on Israel Jennifer Shadd Lisa Thomas Julie Collins Arnie Long Jennifer
Bradford Field In Starke. The Jr. Pee Wee were the only Starke Cowboy Dorley, Melissa Beeman Jessica Jones, Christy Paul and Tanja Ander First row: Cheryl Moss, Brand! Barrett, Staci Meyers and Kim Ross.
team to place.
Second row: Mmdy Gnann, Dana Shannon, Gayle Carter and
The Jr. Pee Wees are I-r): son.Sponsor: Jean Collins and
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Kneeling: Karrie Thomas Deaujela Hill, Monica Lockridge and Alicia Goodowns; coach: Vicki Gomlowns, Ronne.

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Pro Wee Cheerleaders for the Starke Cowboys Pop Johnson. The Starke Cowboy Jr. Midget Cheerleaders... I

Warner Football Association are (I-r): Third row: Kerrie Crawford, Brenda Griffis Tonya The Starke Cowboy Jr. Midget cheerleaders: are Middle row: Dee Dee Jones and Kenya Atkins.
Front row- Wanda, Crews and Jennifer Johns, Brown, Connie Easley, Audrey Tisdale and Toffathv I-r): Front row: Catherine Vickery and Stephanie

mascots. Kensler. Back row: Tera Matlyasic, lIollie Varcsko, Kristen Matiyasic.
St'comll'ow: Shonda Easley, Sara Gunner, Pamella Sponsor: Sandra Dunham; co-sponsor: Virginia Sapp Charmin Wiggins, Christa Modesitt and HogloIteagan. Sponsor: Vickie Pearson; co-sponsor: Linda I
Chad wide, Elisa Sierra April Tisdale and Lace Tuten; Coach: Kim Malfero. Thomas; coach: Kristie Dickens.


Cowboys Win Four of Five Games

Bradford County Pop-Warner foot assists and Lamont Adams with six work on offensive timing this weekin -
ball teams went back into action last assists and 2 quarterback sacks practice. i
weekend and won four if five games Bradham with five assists and andan
played against Newberry and MId- interception,Thornton with seven Jr. Pee Wees Win
dleburg.. assists, Thomas McCutcheon with The Cowboy Jr. Pee Wees
The Cowboys face Alachua this six assists and Wesley White with six defeated Newberry 24-B led by
Saturday at BUS Stadium. assists. Darien Young's three touchdowns. ;
The Midgets, pounded thel Mid- Other outstanding players on
dleburg Broncos 35-13, taking an defense included Paul Moody, Chad Jimmy Brown also scored once
early lead then letting their defense Welch, Matt Thompson, Hamiltonand and the team got outstanding block- 'T1 I.44
close their opponents out the rest of Sheffield. ing from Ray Durban, Jason
the game. Waters, Jerimi Wexler, Adrian
The Cowboys scored first with six Jr. Midgetts Win Alexander, Daniel Cooney, Jason
minutes to go in the first period The Cowboy Jr. Midgets defeated Norman and Marcus Collins -r I
when Larry Griffin raced 30 yards Newberry 13-6 in a tight game.
off tackle for a TD Griffin also kick The Cowboys scored first on a Quarterback McClellan also threw
ed the extra point and the Cowboywere halfback pass, a little trickery that for a touchdown pass.
up 80. went from Lyndell Hampton to John
The Cowboys found the endzoneonce Desue covering 25 yards.
The Coach said
his team still
again when Reggie Sheffield In- Desue was also receiving end of
needs to work
on tackling. %
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it 35 yards for the score. bie Padgett. ,
Wyatt Collins had the next big
defensive play with an interceptionthat In the second quarter Chris Will- Miley Mites Win
set up a touchdown. Chuck Mor- ingham intercepted a pass at the The Mitey Mites got a big, 37-18 r ThrL4
row ripped off a 40-yard( run on a Newberry five yard line and plungedin victory over Newberry Saturday a
quick pitch two plays later to make for the second touchdown on a
the score 24-0 after Griffin's EP heads up play. The Cowboys led 13-0 )
kick. at the half. Anthony Bright led the way offen-
Gerald Bradham set up the next Coach Steve Thomas reported that sivly for the Cowboys with 127 yards
TD with several clutch pass recep- Newberry had one long scoring rushing in just six carries(! I) and
tions, then with one minute left in the Scoobie Padgett also picked 40 ,
drive in the second half and seriously up -
half, Pop Eye Thornton carried it in threatened at the end of the game. yards on nine carries. .
from five 32-0 yards after out Griffin's to make fourth the Defensivly Joe Gordon led the way The Mitey Mite Starke Cowboy Cheerleaders... .

score straight; EP kick. with 16 tackles and Willingham had Steve Nichols ran 10 times for 64 The Mity Mite chcerladers: of the Starke Cowboy Pop Third row: Christie Dixon Stacey Floyd Paula
eight with tackles. with two intercep. yards and Mike Brown picked up 12 Warner Football Association are I-r): Brown and Ilarisdell Halle.
The Cowboys protected their lead tions. Matt- -Traylor, Bryan yards on four carries. Front row: Shameka Walker and Krista Fuqua. Sponsors: Toni! Fuqua and Sheryle Rosier; coach: I
int he second half and got some Blackshear and Danny Coleman had Second row: Wendy Padgett Beth Slater, Latasha Tammy Henley.
/younger players in the game but six tackles each. Duane Lee had Scoobie Padgett passed the ball Rochelle and Jill Lerner.
minutes left in the seven tackles, Scott Durban had six
//with six game seven times and completed four for
Griffin struck again,this time with a tackles and one interception, Eldric 92 yards and one TD.
28-yard field goal (better tell Coach Sconiers had five tackles and one
Hurse at BUS about this one coach) fumble recovery and Lyndall Hamp- I
to make the score 35-0. ton's kickoff* 'went into the endzone. The Cowboys got another fine Four Awarded Scholarships From BHS
game from their offensive line, according -
Coach Gene Melvin praised his of- Pee Wees Fall to Coach Ronnie Padgett. Bradford County School System Clark of Hampton Lake. Amy has a
inlcuding Brad The Pee Wees were on the short Four former Bradford High School
fensive line The recipient's of this years 3.73 GPA and will be completing requirements
Hamilton, Wyatt Collins, Paul end of a 21-0 score to Newberry graduates have been announced as will be able to use these toward entering medical
Moody, Andy Goodowns, Robert Saturday as the Cowboys came out Defensivly it was the nest game so the winners of the Foster Shi &: scholarships and school.
Hankerson, Kevin Woodard and flat from their off week.. far for the Mites. Donnie Groyes had Marianne Smith Memorial Scholar- funds for tuition, Michelle Lynne Kimutls, daughterof
Clarence Williams, plus three "The.week off really took away five tackles, Houston Waldron had ship for the 1986-87 school year. other educational expenses chosen as fief Ed and Janet Kimutis of Starke.
Coach five Brad Barber had four Robbie These in the pursue degrees in their
commented ,
special teams players snapper our timing, scholarships are Michelle has a 3.56 GPA and will ma-
holder Goodowns and Robert Sapp. "Our defensive team Basset had four and Shawn Burgin amount of $500 each and are awarded They are:
of r
few times had three. Randy Kilby did a great to students who have completedtwo Karen Joan Chitty, daughter jor in Pharmacy.
kicker Griffin who saw hours of overran the play quite a and the late Deborah Parmenter,
T. Lynn
off. and opened them up for a couple of job kicking for the Cowboys, according (2) years in the Community Col- Mrs. Joan Chitty Karen of vernon and Linda
practice pay of Starke. daughter
Randal F. Chitty
to the coach, and Greg Durban and have entered the
Morrow scoring.runs""I'll lege System
The defense was led by long from Santa Fe as a Parmenter of Hampton Lake.
with two solo tackles and seven have to take the blame for our played a fine game. upper division in one of the Univer- graduated Respiratory Therapist, is working Deborah has a 3.47 GPA and is ma-
assist, Goodowns with two solos poor play, I was simply outcoached.On sities. while completing her four joring in Electrical Engineering..
and seven assists, Raymond Trim- the good side, Shannon Brown This scholarship was provided by part-time and is main Applicants are eligible for fundingfor
ble with one solo and eight assists. made several tackles for losses during "1 ,cannot express how well the the family of Foster Shi &: Marianne year degree 3.44 program GPA. renewal of the Smith Scholar-
the This team will come whole team played," Coach Padgett Smith in their Mr. Smith taining a
Collins with one solos and seven game. memory. Lee Clark, daughter of Mrs. ship, but must make applicationnext
back." said. "I am proud of this was a long time teacher, principal,
assists Griffin with three solos and very very Jean Clark and the late Conle Mack June (1987) to be considered.
needs to football team." and county administrator for the
six assists, Williams with seven The Coach said his team



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Defensive Coach Mike Sexton: above, talks with fullback and rover 1 5 1 .

back Greg Wiggins during the North Marion game .. ,
Soph running back Rodney :Musky, at right, scoots through a huge holeas v
Tornado blorkrrx seal! off North Marion defenders In first quarteTac-
lion HIIS drove KI! yards on the Colts in the best and longest Bradford offensive

I Tornadoes Face Struggling Bishop Kenny"A t+ 7 Y' h

lot like us, struggling," says "They're capable of rising to the 33, Carl Tremble, 5-10, 170, 10, is a Charles Ford, 5-10,190, 12, who also
Coach David Hurse of the Bishop occassion and putting things fine back, says Coach Hurse. plays offensive tackle. Ford's runn-
Kenny Crusaders, homecomning together," says Coach Hurse. Plus, ing mate is LB Mike Bryant, No. 25,
opponent for the Bradford eleven for the Crusaders have the edge in size. The Crusader center is No. 65 5-11, 180, 11, who likes to stunt. BK
an 8 date here tomorrow night BK runs a pro-type offense with a Mike Pellicer, 6-2. 218, 12, a goodblocker stunts its linebackers a lot to find
(Friday p.m.Oct. 24)) split end, a a back in the slot, a set with good speed. Guards are holes in the offensive line and to
The 1-5 Crusaders are fairly Inex- man outside the end on the other No. 68, Todd Stanley, 5-11, 200, 11, make things happen. It is a tactic
perienced, have about the same side, and a lone tailback in the and No. 76, Jeff Brown, 6-4, 218, 11, also employed by the Tornadoes.
team speed as the Tornadoes, and backfield. Offensive tackles are No. 79, Steve
throw the football at least 20 times a Quarterback Rob Keep, No 17, Bazley, 6-5, 255, 12, and No. 55
game. No. 34, Mike Pellicer, 6-2,195, 6-2, 165, 11, is slow but smart drop- Charles Ford, 51019012. Tight endNo. Mike Mendenhall, at cornerbackon
11, is the best ball carrier, says back passer with a good arm for 85, Jim Dougherty, 6-1,185,12, is defense, is the best Crusader
Coach Hurse. No 15, Mike throwing short to medium distances.QB a good blocker, has good hands, and defensive back.Defensive .

Mendenhall 6-2, 12, 178, wide Keep's favorite receivers is fair speed
receiver on offense and cornerbackon wideout Mike Medenhall who has tackles are No. 68, Todd
defense, is a fine athlete, Hurse great hands. BHS is warned to look Stanley, and No. 76, Jeff Brown. The '
says out for the quick-in pass to The BK Defense... ends are No 80, Kenny Parry, 6-2, 1 e
BK beat St.Augustine 19-6 the first Mendenhall.No. Defensively, the Crusaders run a 175, 12, and No 85, Jim Dougherty, "e t ir ,
game of the season, and haven't won 22, David Rogers, 5-10, 160, 12 4-4, just like the Tornadoes. 6-1, 185, 12. Stanley, Brown, and ? ,
since. is the set man to the weak side. No. Best hitter is linebacker No. 55 Dougherty go both ways. .1


BHS Has 'Even Shot'Tornado '

footballers stand an even week
chance to win their homecominggame Offense: center Brian Barton,
against Bishop Kenny High of guards Allan Woods and Dennis

Jacksonville, Bradford High Cummings, tackles Billy Harrell FB Wiggins is Almost Loose...
coaches say. and Malachi Jenkins, tight end
to ny" David Williams. The quarterbackwill Fullback Greg/ Wiggins! almost gets! (loose but Is grabbed by the foot lit

It's a step up from being a definite' be Johnny Clark, fullback Greg the HIIS backfield. 4)1 Johnny Clark looks on
underdog, and an unusual experience Wiggins, running back shared by
,: + + for the 1986 Tornado foot- Rodney Mosley and Greg Pittman,
ballers. Both teams are 1-5 cominginto and wide receiver Patrick Diggs. Elder: has held up at defensive Billy Harrell really should be moved -
the 8 p.m. contest on Bradford tackle Coach Sexton feels Elder can back to defensive tackle, wherehe
Field. play defensive end. The weak side played the past two years and is
Coach Hurse fees this offensiveline end is angled down, coming in real comfortable Sexton says.! But that
The BHS morale is good "Our combination clicked last week, tight, and Elder's quickness could leaves nobody to play sam
i motto now is 5-5," says Coach David and that Tornado fans will see more make some things happen, Sexton linebacker other than Malachi
i Hurse. "I think we've come togetheras ot the same type of offensive drivesas savs. Jenkins.
I ti in the first against North
a team" the veteran coach sajs. quarter
I The return of tackle Eric Nazworth Marlon "I believe" we put our offense
i F is the only change in the lineup together, says Hurse.

a d David I la mi lion may be able to punt, Volleyball Team Even at 7-7
t but isn't expected to play.
Mike Elder, a small and quick 150
pounder the entire North
Probable starters for the Tornado Marion played at defensive tackle. The Bradford girl varsityvolle'ball Mistakes have plagued the Tor-
i eleven are: Nazworth game was sick last week. team by beating North nado girls, says! Coach Diggs. BHS
Marion High two games out of three played one of its best games of the
Defense: tackles Dane Clark and Tuesday night, Oct. 21, in the BUS season Oct. 9 in a losing effort
Eric Na/worth, weak side end With Nazworth back this week. i gym, against Santa Fe High, the defending -
Malachi Jenkins, strong side end Elder has been practicing at weak ) It is the third straight win and stale Class 3A champion.
Mike Grey, inside linebackers Ron side, defensive end. And, Coach Sex- evened the BHS record at 77. Errors were the cause of an Oct. 12
Brown and Bill Hamilton, sum ton has been working Malachi Angel Spell and Janet Kennedyhad loss to Ocala Forest in three games
linebacker Billy Harrell, rover back Jenkins some at linebacker. The different great games serving, said Janet Kennedy served seven aces
"oi/II liIi.I', ,',.( ,II""i1IJj.J/.W"' "" """ "'''''-'''--''''''''' Greg Wiggins, and Darren Patterson combinations are to take care Coach Inez Diggs. Kendra Butler against OF.
Cory Strong, and Brian Davis in of injuries and possible injuries. played a fine game at the net, said BHS beat Eastside", of Gainesville",
Turning the Tornado End... the defensive secondary. Whether he new combination will the coach. 15-3 and 15-2 in an Oct. 14 match and
end. be seen tomorrow night depends on BIIS won 17-12. 13-17. and 179. beat Baker High 13-9 and 13-4 in an
t North Marion back Damon around the Bradford High
Craig gets Oct.! 18 home match.
Coach Hurse says sophomore QB the progress made in practice this
John Berry will see some action this week. Since the small but quick Upcoming.. The varsity volleyball player= are
I: Monday Oct. 27, BHS hosts juniors Angel Spell. I.aSli.uvn
huller Janet K'nnl'dallel':1J'rie!
Gainesville I High in the BUS gym at 7p.nt.'rhe '

I Hurse Likes First Drive, Wants More"I match.Tuesday like JV,Butler Oct.match 28 for, is the a 6 at p.m.volleballersgoto 6 p.m.varsity and Tiingela Kondra:Miission freshmen Butler:Pittm.in.sophomores Rhonda and CarrieShaw I'nissn Bright"' King.and,

JV team members
Next Thursday Oct. 30, Ill IS plays are Regina
believe we put an offense hurt Tornado cnunces. HaiiuUun s "From that point on things just football team," says Coach Godwin. its final match of the SI'lsonIwn Snell. Annette Simmons. VictoriaButler. \
together. It was a fine drive," says punting would have pushed North started going against us," says Baker of M.icclenny comes to Millie Edonliold. Dominque
Coach David Hurse of the 89 yard Marion back. Three short punts put Defensive Coach Mike Sexton Breakdowns Costly... BUS fora 7 ganic'l'he JV squad Brown svelte I Covington, Tcricena
touchdown drive against North the Colts in good field position, and It was the longest drive ever made "I was disappointed the way at pm. Kitties Sandy Rovxan. I.alXinna
Marion. That drive looked like a put the BHS defense in an untenable under the coaching of Jay things turned out in the second plays lip.m.Strong Banks, and Stacy "Marshall.receiver .

good Tornado football team. position. Godwin."It showed a lot of half," says Coach Mike Sexton."I .
Bradford High is improving with Hamilton was injured when Colt character by the line," said Coach thought we were better
each game. Now the problem is to Leonard Thomas, trying to block a Godwin. prepared to play against the Start I II I
gain more consistency, the coachessay. field goal, slammed into Hamilton's Switching Brian Barton back to wishbone (which NM uses) than II I
kicking leg. Game officials called a center and Billy Harrell back to ever before," said Sexton. But the Patrick Diggs. Clark arched I
Center Brian Barton, guards Allan roughing-the-kicker 15-yard penally tackle, where both are more comfortable breakdowns came and were costly. Hamilton.I (ho scoring pass high and Diggs i
Wood and Dennis Cummings, but declined to throw Thomas out of added strength to the offensive Coach Sexton is pleased with the QB Torino kicki-d\ the PAT mill NM[ caught it going away looking back
tackles Billy Harrell and Malachi the game, saying the hit was line. With Malachi Jenkins, one effort the Tornado players put forth. let 27.8 with 7:46: ( remaining in (lie behind! hint for the football.Diggs 'I
Jenkins were on the line that made unintentional. But Coach Hurse of the hardest hitters on the loam, There were some good individual game.Last.
drive. Coach Hurse also out Thomas has been charging playing offensive tackle and
the long points with game performances, but the Tornadoes '
praised fullback Greg Wiggins for in to block kicks like that. guard Allan Wood and Dennis Cummings still need that game where Try Pay Off... caught. ,11II \11',111,11111 to I h,' I'
for which Wiggins was /Hamilton's injury and what Tornado giving good NM 8 yard' line just beforethoscor!
his blocking steady performances they work together as a unit, Sexton Getting the football back on a
named offensive back of the week. coaches insist was a bad pass the first drive was a Tornado fumble recovered ing pass I Ho also caught. a Til pass I
says. North( Marion[ on
BITS didn't play as well in the se- interference call on a Cory Strong in- classic. Most of the Tornado the N \.110[ yard line with 2:45: left in from (Iho Iti that was nullified! ami" I ho
cond half. "Believe it or not we terception, turned the football game running was done behind tackle Billy Mile Elder: a small, quick 150: the game, BHS had one last try to plav repeated by personal. ford callson ,
were calling the same plays They around.At Harrell and guard Allan Wood, pound lineman, played the entire score. (both teams.

were just blowing assignments. I that point BUS was behind 12-8.: and their performance got them game at defensive (tackle. Elder's) Going to the air five straight For !the most 4 part, IV.ich lIil\ it
can't explain it It's just inexperience ft very well could have been a different named Ix-sl offensive linemen of I till! penetration into the Colt backfield times, the second Tornado Hurso stuck to his l'UlUlill11"',
the veteran Coach game. But the pass in- week. caused a problem for their offense
says touchdown came on an yard scoring I though with little success after ho(
Hurse. terference call opened the gates, "We were real intense on the all night long Coach Sexton points pass from QB .Clark to wide initial Tornado scoring ilrive.
The loss of David Hamilton really Hurse declares drive We were taking/ to a good out

I BHS Girls Cross Country Team Places 10th out of 18 TeamsBradford's

2!:02.: Thompson finished (the race I
14:2:1.: Kim Adams was fourth in
cross country teamplaced The Class: :3A race was won by The Boys.! .. The Bradford girls won a I way : 7th iu which allowed HIIS to have a 'nllIl'lIlIIlIeol"
I4:3J.: liobiu Manning was
10th out of 18 schools; Satur Ellie: Uunice from Middlcburg in The boys Class :3A race was won meet on the BHS track Tuesday with 15:34.:: Aclum Jenkins was Hth in ',
Stool IB, at the Deland High 12:07.: by ll.shop Moore of Orlando with 61 17 points, the lowest score being the 15:41.: )Felicia Davis was out xick.
Invitational Cross Country. Bradford's Lori Sapp was fourth points.Bradford. bt't The HIIS boys, who finally had fivo Upcoming,..
second with 41
Championships. over-all in 12:45.: There were over had only three I runnersamid St.Augiistinc was running, placed third.\ Winner The annual I'niversity' of I Florida,
dirt have loamscore
the Class :IA) race. Tlitrcwere GI HS not a
220 girls in thus, had (leant points IIi
no score The Inlorlachon did not show was St.Augustine with 2lt points. Invitational is set for a.m. Satur
Team winner was Titusville over I lr cJO<> runners in all classes top tKlY finisher was Doug Kling of and forfeited. lillSivnsset'ondwillt35o: point*. HilS'alllhll'll tar Oct. :25.!: at the V'F' Golf iVmse.Tho ,

Astronaut High with 77 points, the of the large meet.of BUS finished a llocklodgu High who ran I ho three up Winner and of the I( I''III'nl'e! was I.on \\ wit h 115 'point. Intcrlaohon girls will run 3.XW: meters'
Felicia Davis
number one ranked girl's cross miles in 16:14. Theru were over 250 Bradford in 13:04.: On the forfeited.! 13K: ) or MW miles, the hoys will run
country team in the state. Aslnmnut strong 26th in 13:35.: :: Ibimona Ten- runners in the boy's Class: ; 3A: raw, Saw) of Ill IS that Is not a Winner of the boys race IVter :3.IMK nu'lcis t5K: ) or 3.1: miles.HIIS .
Kim soft course
in HH.()
finished .list : slow,
also won the I.ec Invitational the mint Top BUS finisher was Itoln-rt Coach Weiss from" SI.Augustine in llt:4l.: will host ".K. Yongiof
previous week, Adams was Blsl in 14:43.: : Christi: I Thorpe who placed 102nd! in 'J:27: had I lime official I rAIIM'r ttcuonil says. plneewil1llC'rtnrlt'r Top HIIS finisher was HIlIIe'I.tThorpt' Gainesville: at 4 p.m. Monday Get
I HurreM was 83rd: i in 14:47: Achun Roger Padgett placed imih: in 23:50"nth : : The the illS girls '\'l'l'0willull'awn in tilh plnco in lHm:: Benny 27, in' the last home moot of the
in 15:35.Uobin : I
Jenkins finished Il3lh: : hl'llinll '
was Kt'"h """"P""", IK-WHIMS they tint not Jackson was Ilth I in 2lfl:: 11. Roger season In-fore the District' i'luimpioiuliip -
High/ winds, gusting( up to :35 mph, Manning/ was I IIHlh( in I.VHH.: the : ill 2:11: : team running), was Ih'ml.fnl''M Padgett. was tr:>lli in :lt:4l.: Keith which are sot Nov H at i,
kept 1 the t times down some 40 seconds Considering the conditions, Irive a nu-ili Han-ell in 13:57: :: Thompson was lot h in 25:31.: :: Johnny Florida! Junior College North film-
I. its the girls faced the wind some 1.25 HIIS girls definitely run well, says Tuesday Action... 'Pennant of BUS 1'lIIll1irlln, Thompson, who niii hurl, was ITtlim pus.Tornadoes .
miles over I he two mile run. Conch' (k'urge l.oper. Uamona



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! Lake Region Monitor Union County Times

I Thursday October 23. 1999j
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Mark FriedlinBCT The exhibits were roughly divided .
into two thirds fine art and one third t
Staff Writer craft works giving visitors a chanceto 4 rrAf Vhe r/ E rj; r ,
The sun shone and the cool, Fall look at, and purchase a wide M .r
temperatures were perfect for the variety of items.
crowds who flocked to Starke for the "It's amazing to me the response
First Annual Starke Festival of the that the show has drawn in such a
Arts Show Saturday and Sunday on short time" commented Charles
historic Call Street. Edwards a visitor from Jackson ,
It's safe to say there has never ville who owns a small art gallery in
.. been another two days like it for the Jackonsville's Southside area.
old street, which has seen its shareof "Several of my friends down here
good times and bad over the told me about it but I never
years but is now undergoing a suspected it would attract such a t
rebirth from the efforts of local variety of artists and such a big
volunteers and the opening of the crowd. The organizers have done a
college in 1985. great job. I'll be back next year witha
The art show attracted crowds few other people who still don't
know about it."
from as far away as Orlando and
South Georgia (to mention just two) There were also some fine perfor- __ "
and was a colorful event for all. mances from various artists duringthe
The show was just an idea three show who entertained the crowds
months ago so it was doubly satisfy. with everything from music to
ing to those who had worked so hard aerobic dancing.
bringing it together. The Telegraphwas Idea for the festival came from
told by the people working fromor Harvey Sharron SFCC director of Va ... I r
Plans for the festival vr. "
for Santa Fe Community College development. .
that they had many volunteers in the went on for months. Then came
hours of advance work, which .' .
Starke area who had really worked many 4 ,
hard. began more than a year ago, and :
The show Sunday and Saturdaywas was necessary for the success of the M
sunny and clear, but a bit win festival. Finally Bates and his staff ; <\: >i? <. 1
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moved into an office building on Call '" ., : /1( .
dy so the artists just anchored their .} '. 'J \ ,,_.< !
Street donated by Mark Kendall. I mIk ",' go .. r vI
creations tarps, covered down their with lines delicate and works clear Local service clubs and organiza- ., ':,-.-'I', ,'\." ,'tt.", ". '' \ 0 "') ".,," ".-

tions operated concession stands fora
and went on with the show.
The festival was hosted by the college variety of taste buds and there was Crowded Call Street...
and put together by Michael even a special youth area set up for
Bates, Coordinator of Cultural Af younger artists to show off their The First Annual Santa Fe Community College Starke Center Festival Bat'tn and he attributed the success of the new event to"an IIlIIa/lng level|
fairs at SFCC in Gainesville, who; creations along with special spots in of the Arts was a biff/ success last week here as crowds of art lovers and of community support".
had a big challenge turning the in- the merchant's storefront windows browsers visited a brightly decorated Call Street to see a variety of Organizers say next'ear's show should be even better as the word! gets
itial idea into a reality one that will along Call Street. creative works. out about the big crowd at the opening.
undoubtedly grow in future years The kids got into the freestyle act The festival succeeded beyond the goals set by Coordinator Michael

after such a positive beginning. See Page 4A

I Artists seemed to enjoy the first show as much as the patrons '. 'I

It was a fine show the planning gave the impression it had been goingon costs $2,000 to $3,000 and she sold an original at the show. In fact, Ms. Bryant, already carrying a painting asked Ludwig"What'll take
for several years and Starke folks were more than nice, said the artists Krassnoski almost sold out. She also mailed out cards to customers and for this one?" Bryant joked the painting might be worth a lot after you Lud-
participating in the first annual Starke Festival of the Arts. they came from out of town to see her work. wig's demise. "Well, I am 70 Ludwi replied "Make me an offer."
Artists generally are leery of a first time show but... The show was a success, Ms. Krassnoski said because "...this town Bryant.asked, "Will you take $25'T
"It was an excellent show If I rated it on a 1.10 basis, I'd say it was an wants it here." "That s better than hauling it back to North Carolina," said Ludwig
11," said Larry Naeger a woods artist from Youngstown in the Panhandle Woods artist Steve Hunter from Brooker barely broke even monetarily, agreeing.Jim .
area of west Florida. but said the art show was "...quality, very well done." I Kleine, who works with clay, said he had a good day Saturday, but
"I've never met more nice people" Naeger told the Telegraph. He's Generally the opinions of the artists rose with the success of their a slow Sunday. "...but I think it's (the show) has a lot of potential."
been doing art shows for 10 years, Naeger said and the Starke festival is sales. But most of those who did not sell well spoke appreciatively of the Freida Judd of Starke, the widow of artist Millard Judd and an artist in
the second best he's ever attended. organization of the show by the SFCC staff headed by Michael Bates. her own right, did well selling her paintings. LeRoyce Edwards! of Lake
"The interest of the townspeople was great and it showed," said "All right must better than expected," said pottery artisan Michael Butler, in her first art show ever, sold several of her oil paintings.
Phyllis Smyth, a stained glass artist whose booth was in front of the Vlack of Green Cove Springs who had a display on the corner of Thompson Most of the artists said they will return to Starke next tall is there I is! a
Telegraph office. Ms. Smyth, who goes to six shows a year, sold out all and Call Streets. "I J didn't expect too much because it was Starke anda festival. A few, who didn't sell said this isn't their market and they won't
her large pieces of stained glass. As experienced artisans apparently first time show," said Vlack. be back. For instance, weaver and painter David McCarthy of Chicago,
customarily do, Ms. Smyth mailed out cards to her customers and some "Very well" said water colors artist Ken Small of Gainesville! who had beautiful hand-woven rugs but sold only one to a Gainesville
came to see her here. sold a painting of the historic First Presbyterian Church in Starke and customer that barely paid his expenses. McCarthy, who earns his living
"This has been a terrific show,"said Frank Abramason, a metals artist had SFCC officials gazing longingly at painting of the old 1902 courthouse as an artisan said probably won t be back.
from Jacksonville. The quality of the show had the feel of one being run now the Starke Center for SFCC. Ceramics! artisan Bruce Pack of Sarasota said his sales were not good
for several years added Abramson who won a award of excellence for Max Ludwig of Hubert, N.C., a landscape oil painter, was visiting his but he will be back unless he finds a better show the same weekend.
his three-demensional work. daughter In Jacksonville when she told him of the Starke show. Ludwig "Well, it was a first time show"reasoned Pack, who does! custom work in
An original wildlife drawing by wildlife artist Ella Snyder Krassnoski paid his expenses, he said. lIe sold a painting priced at$45 to Bill Bryantof tile all over the country on a commission basis.Introductory .
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Big Bass Tourney

Set In Lake ButlerThe Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm TURNKEY

Located off 100 South towards Keystone, take right on
Lake Butler Rotary Club is right on SR-231. The lake is on the 24th Street, follow signs or PAPER CO.DISTRIBUTORS .
sponsoring a charity fishing tourna- left
ment to be held on Saturday Oct.25, Lake Palestine is one of the most Call 964-7109 & We will assist you'Tues.. thru Sat 10-5:30 OF
at Lake Palestine. remote and beautiful lakes in
The tournament will give prizes of Florida. It is completely Dwarf Azaleas 4 Colors PAPER PRODUCTS
undeveloped around the shoreline
cash and merchandise in excess of
$2,000 to the top 15 places in the aggregate and bass fishing is usually good and DAY LILIES & JANITORIAL SUPPLIES
catch category and will at times excellent.
have a Big Bass division which couldgo For registration forms contact I 964-40921

as high as $500. Lake Butler merchants or Rotary All Nature Sings of Jesus 238 S.Walnut Street Across from Family Dollar
First place for most pounds Club members. Mike Clemons is II"\>
caught will be a trophy and $500 in tournament chairman. he can be -"
cash and merchandise. Second is a reached at (904)) 4!%3840. <..ojII
trophy and $350 in cash and merchandise -
Third is a trophy and $200

in Fourth cash and place merchandise.win net $150 in cash I D I : PRESENT COUPONS WITH ITEMS

and merchandise and fifth place will i IlfnEl.TnKFAAER
total $100 in cash and merchandise. ; :.:.. r.fapnwNarYw/a. ....[ay.hwnfnq
c.u.ar. r.
For 6 through 10, merchan- 7-. .
dise prizes will be given. Sixth place I : -ii .;EOPONS ;:;;':::::-'::
will total$75,seventh and eighth$50, -s
and 9th and 10th $25. .AttwButNolD.i.M rfwC4W.tMn MM Vta CMMOI tato.pt__
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Sid Hothe who is in charge of collecting -
donations for prizes expects MADISON
more to come in soon so the prizes ONLY! CALLAHAN & MACCLENNY
will probably be increased to the
first 15 places.
The Big Bass Pot will pay up to
$500 and will cost each boat $10 additional
to enter ($5 per person), Winn-Dixie Cuts beef
Entry fee for the tournament is$20 reooY UeAAL your
and will entitle the participant to a TA Ire
free fish fry dinner Saturday night.

$3.50 Non Rules for participants:the dinner.will be charged just the way you like it.

health-conscious wants Inch of fat lessl So beef for
shopper a quarter or you get more
.Large mouth bass only will be accepted -
with an 8 fish aggregate limit leaner plus rich beef flavor plus value. And your money, as well as the great beef taste that you and
per boat. Qualifying fish must be 12 ;}0 you get it all when you buy W-D Brand Beef at Wlnnyour family love. Look at Winn-Dixie for the best in
!inches long from nose to tail tip. Dixie. We trim our beef leaner than ever before:In fact beef, our W-D Brand U.S. Choice Beef. It's the same as
.Artificial lures only may be used, all W-D Brand steaks and roasts are now trimmed to ever, only better.
no live bait
Two people is the maximum
number allowed in one boat for the
tournament..The .
touney will begin at 6 a.m. _
and end at 2 p.m. at the boat ramp on I
Lake Palestine. if1I /
One boat ramp only is availableso I _
boats may be launched beginning : _
at 3 a.m. Boats will be inspected
before launch by order of arrival at _
the registration tent. ;;;; ) p .
Contestants guilty of contest irregularities r .
will be disqualified.
Decisisons of the judges are final. l 1 1 I I ,rr,111E, u.s.cHOicE
No boat may come in contact E I lrt _
with any other boat during the I Y 34.
tourney or both boats will be disqualified -

More complete rules will be E .
distributed at the registration on
Oct. 25.Lake.
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Lake Palestine is located approximately
seven miles north of Lake -I _ _
Butler on SR-231 (going toward I Hambu! _
Olustee). Head toward Lake City on i Helper _
SH-100 from Lake Butler and turn .

'I Crack I II

Series r, U, S.CHOICIP




30-second television spots .99C $29741.CT. $ 97

warning teenagers about the 9 R 9aC _
physical dangers of crack cocaiane PNG. .. LB.
are the centerpiece of a statewide
public service campaign sponsoredby
the Florida Bar the attorney's .MEDIUM or 32-CT. LARGI
group The announces.network-quality public service ULTRA $ R.C. C AMERICA AMERICA'S HOWE SUPERMARKET MOM 3'/.IBS ft DOWN LEAN MEATY
announcements were developedby 877 9 9 LONG STEM
Caraway Kemp Communications PKG. . $100
Chamber of Commerce as part of an HOT COCOA All FLAVORS

anti-crack in Hillsbourough campaign to County.be conducted The MIX . 12PK.99C CHEK a" 79 SWEETPOTATOES H"RVEST'USH ,27 SHOULDER W.DBR"NDU.S.CHO'CEROUND.ONE$1 57

Chamber of Commerce donated the DRINKS BTl ROAST
ads to the Bar which will sponsor THRIFTY PINK MAID ORANGE JUICE or UNSWEETENED or REGULAR or LIGHT . LB
them, along with other related activities KITCHENS OR GRADE'A'
in the remainder of Florida. GRAPEFRUIT SPK 99C COORSBEER 6PK$249 FISH $ 79 FRYER

In addition to the television ads, JUICE . CANS 6.01. . Z LB i SSc
crack awareness :
the Bar's cocaine . PKC . LB.

soundtrack vice program announcements from the television utilizing com-the SUPERBLEND. 130!$ 1 99 INGLENOOK $ All VINNIE'S:VARIETIES 77 BAKING( AVO) ft; fie ,

of to be COFFEE BAG 449
a series posters B B B PIZZA HENS
distributed to all Florida public mid- Limit t with StO O.rmor.purch..cI.cIB.. . .
dle and high schools, a cooperativeeffort
between local lawyer groups
and medical societies to educate r- ... ,
youths about the drug, and a call to : -
lawyers to volunteer their servicesto DIU
and centers.through local drug rehabilitation -

Bar president Joe Rieter, a West
Palm Beach attorney, says the
organization is interested in the anti-
crack campaign because many
lawyers see the results of cocaine
addiction in their work.
"No lawyer relishes witnessingthe PREPARED IN OUR BAKER
personal human tragedy almost HALLOWEEN'SAr
always associated with drugs,..and ALL FLAVORS SUPCRBRANO
especially the tragedy of young vic- SUPERBRANDYOGURT WHIPPED CAKES
tims of crack who air preyed upon in
our neighborhoods and school TOMATOES TOPPING 8T'2 LAYERS"4fcCM
," he "The Florida Bar
yards says.
wants to do what it can to partner OO\h, sit E'\
with other groups and confront the c t Pk. 6 8 c 2 $1 SINGLE LAYER lAC.2"
national shame and local! scourge of 5 8 0:: rlLLO ftMCUPCAKES

crack consequences., with its" devastating social LB SIZE stiff 6... $))99

The public service announcementsfocus '
on the physical effects of crack
cocaine and the addictive nature of
the drug. Each uses a simple visual
image..a balloon, a vise and a skip-
ping record.,.. to illustrate and concludes .
with the slogan Now at last
you know.' y WINN ) DIXE L
"When you're talking to -
teenagers, 'ou can't just say 'don't 1
use crack; you have to tell they
why" comments Bill Kemp, president .
of Caraway Kemp Communications Jfl D
explaining the ads' format.That's QUANTITY RIGHTS
designed" to what do."these spots were THURS. WED., America's Supermarket' =wrp; 'I-N4 .,.0..1:

The spotsete developed usingover OCTOBER 23-29, 1986
Jluo.OOO worth ot donated time
mid production !services. The Bar

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The Bradford County Dsmoctatic ,Executive Committee recommends that all Democrats vote the straight Democratic ticket in November. 4
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Dolph. Reddish:Sheriff E.W. Hodges, County Commissioner
'r ., Jim Duncan, Superintendent of Schools
Gilbert Brown, Clerk of Circuit. Court'. Rodney Hall, School Board E.L. Norman, County Commissioner
Jimmy Scott, School Board
Esther S.Hall, Tax Collector '.,7 ", James Wainwright, School Board Wilbur Waters, County CommissionerPolitical

...... l.,. % Len Schlofman, School Board; '

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Steak & Fried Shimp . . . $8.93 Fried Shrimp (121pcmod.h'lmpl.) . . . $3.95

Fried Shrimp & Snow Crab . . S8.95 Fried Cod or Catfish . ..' . . $3.95
I Alligator Steak & Fried Shrimp . . $9.95 U.S. Choice Ribeye Steak (i/im.) . $3.95

1j \ -- Lobster & Steak . . . . $12.95 Fried Froglegs & Cod or Catfish . $4.50
.," -- Steak & Fried Shrimp . . . $5.95
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This was not the first experienced
organising an art festival for
Coordinator Bates. He has worked GENERA
w i ill( the Annual Spring, Arts Festival 4 ELECTRiC'SI
in Gainesville for the past seven
gars and has been Coordinator for
he I last two. It was the first time he I
i'\or started a new festival on his
1)L1 n, however, and it seemed to be a
luunlmg task until he realized the
vitality of the community par-
ticipation" in Starke.
"It was amazing how hard many Browsing..and Having Fun...
people. here worked to make the
Michelle Collins, a second grader ut SouthsUlv Elementary: gels! her
how in its first
a success
year fare painted in a bright design by second tirade teacher Kathy llobbs dur-
which is hard Bates
iiu-ntcU. "We always are very, pleased com-with ing the show (above) as Mr. and :Airs. :Merrill Williams hrouse through a DEALER I MILLION DOLLAR REPLACEMENT SALE
collection of paintings at the SI the I results the crowds, the number
A handmade jewelry displa drew lots of attention... and sales as ar
of artists who attended and mostnnptll'tantly
tits1'1'1' able to sell many of their winks at the two-day event
the enthusiasm by the
|ii'opli here in Starke." concessions. Street.

Bates praised Marjorie Thomp- High school students and Girl The town cleaned up and spruced
-oii. head of the Starke Womans Scout Juniors and Cadettes painted up with the help of inmates. from GENERAL ELECTRIC
Club: Community Improvement Project many of the windows on vacant local prisons for the event which put
and the rest of the Womans downtown store fronts, vastly improving more visitors on Call Street than
flub members for their long efforts the appearance of Call anytime in recent memory. REFRIGERATOR
and coordination with his staff which
led to such a successful opening. -
Club members also had plenty| of a 23.5 cu. ft. capacity; 8.57 cu. ft.
help from their auxiliary units the TURNKEY
Junior' Woman's Club and the freezer. Automatic energy

.lumorettes.task set before who them acomplished from cleaning every .J1\. PAPER CO.DISTRIBUTORS saver system. Dispenses

.tordrnnts on Call Street to selling Jii crushed ice, cubes or water.

/ 4v: OF Adjustable glass shelves. Tex-

Crack. {" '4r/ PAPER PRODUCTS ; ; tured doors. Porta-Bin door

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964-4092 ''I >s, a ,
has appropriated! $13,000 to produce
copies ot the .spot* for television and 238 S. Walnut Street Across from Family Dollar
radio stations and for printing the $200
posters. Sets ol posters will be /
distributed to over 700 public middle Model OFF
and high schools in the state by the TFX24RH
Florida Depart nu-jit of Education. TarketfNOWAX
The K'orida' Bar is also taking the
lead in promoting the use of the VINYL FLOORING
"ipots in other states by bar associations .. L.CtlANIN I in an attempt at a national ef- MICROWAVE I OVEH I DISHWASHER I
,loit I by the legal profession. OfR
Crack also known as "rock," is a
potent! highly addictive( form of cocaine -
that can he purchased lor as
little as $:r) or $10. The( :National In- \
titule on Drug Abuse has found I
track users can leel hooked after up ; rebate
smoking/ the drug just once, and
l>ecoine adicted in as little as six to I tpl
1 12 weeks Mod*)JE1465 ) tDual
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Starke 964-5451 CLEANOFFaoucnsd' Aulo Coon talwct nut'pattern toil.' 6 fl utn 1)) performance monitoring programs
Auto D "'ott and Aulo Roast CooNmgComplalt ,n.. Porc.lnn.n.me' )fimih drip pans to year full war.nty l 30 ParmaTut tub
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:": Hospice services available in GainesvilleHospice
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services for the terminally in the hospital for the hospice service type of care they receive at the end
ill are now being offered in Brad- in Bradford County. of their life," says Moore. "We meet
ford and Union counties by the North "We're very excited about the pro- the patient's physical, emotional,
Central Florida Hospice NCFII( ), spect of offering hospice to residentsof and spiritual needs We don't try to
Yr IIr Inc., a state-licensed, not-for-profit this community," says Moore.- .It change people, we adjust our ser-
1. agency based at Alachua General is our sincere hope that the local vices to their needs."
Hospital (AGIO in Gainesville. residents will take advantage of this The hospice program uses a team
AGH is the anchor hospital for program." approach. The team includes a
Santa Fe Health Care Systems Inc NCFII provides support and care medical director, nurses, social
which also operates Bradford for people in the final phase of an in- workers counselors clergy and
Hospital.. Patrice Moore, director of curable disease so they may live as ..
NCI H, with BII administrator Tim fully and comfortably as possible. $ Pop
Rearick, is working to obtain space "We offer people a choice in the

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The new wing of the Bradford Hospital on scheduleand improvements and equipment.The .
I workers are readying the project site for its final old building will be rennovated to match the new
inspection late In October. addition after the patients and staff have made the
The new wing Mill have a full complement of modern mltve.I 5owoi

Modern technology has done
= CM OA9 HEAT COMPARED TO ELECTRIC RESISTANT JL much to reduce the cost of carpets {
I and bring carpets Into most
American homes. This has occurred I
Final inspection set on new addition while most products have risen to all I

... VANGUARD Illlllullllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll time new highs In costs.
By Mark Friedlln A rennovation project to match for the new building.The Much of this can be attributed to
t BCTStaCfWriter the two buildings into one modern new wing is now scheduled to e Single control knob starts and the use of manmade fibers and to
The new wing of the Bradford unit will begin after the staff has be completed late this Summer selects heat levels'' sophisticated manufacturingmethods
Hospital is now 95 percent complete, made the move into the new The older building will be com- e A built-in Piezo ignitor turns on the in the textile Industry.
according to new Bradford Hospital building, according to Rearick. pletely refurbished to match the new Huge tufting machines can turn out
Administrator Tim Rearick, who "They have actually started some one in the next. pilot light hundreds of yards of in
said his staff is scheduled to move of the new work on the old building After working with the sounds of a No duct work or chimney need
into the new wing of the facility after already in certain areas," Rearick construction site next door during ( Finish) hours, thus holding production costs
its final inspection sometime in late said. "We will have most of the staff the previous summer, Hospital ad- very low.These savings can be passed
October. in the new building but some will remain ministration members are confidentthat $14 on to the consumer.
"We're very excited about the new in the old wing where the work the new projects will signal a Visit our showroom today and in
wing," Administrator Rearick com- has been completed." new, higher level of professionalhealth spect our many samples. We have a
mented. "This is a big step forwardfor The hospital staff, is still waiting care for area residents. carpet to match your decor and
us and the community as well. for a udate on bond information "These two projects will give SALE ENDS SATURDAY pocketbook. We can handle the com
The Department of Health and issue by the organization to finance residents in Bradford, Union and plete job including installation.
Rehabilitative Services will inspect the project. Clay Counties health care on par SeteFe 'OiIlet
the new building in October and we The project has already alteredthe with some of the most modern
'anticipate a, 100 percent approval by skyline in Starke as four new facilities anywhere for a comparable Teal Tile
..them. We will move the staff into the stairwells tower over the landscapeas .size community," commented -
new building' two to three weeks part of an ongoing expansion pro- former Bradford Hospital SAWYER; & Carpet
after the inspection approval has ject.: Head Administrator C. E. "Rip" 1'
been received." O'Steen when the project began. 131 N. Cherry St.
The move to the new wing will At the hospital, the ground in the "We have no doubts that as the addi- G ft SOG O M RA NI E Starke Florida
take about a week, according to adjoining lot was raised to the levelof tion goes up and the renovation of ,
Rearick, who said the patients will the present hospital building and a the old building is completed that we 332 W. MADISON ST. PH. 964-7701 964-7423
be moved first, all in one day, then maze of drainage pipes and elec- are entering. a new era of health care
the staffers and their equipment will trical connections were buried It's going to be an exciting time for
follow. beneath the surface in preparation See Page I2B

I Elderly service agency opens in Gainesville

Area Agency on Aging has been anyone having a question. It they Types( of Questions.., ,
established in Gainesville to assist cannot answer the question immediately The agency was established to ,
the elderly in a 16 county area, including they will research their answer the elderly's questions about
reference files, and call the
Bradford and Union. many See Page 12B
The agency is funded by a grant, person back.
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utilizing both state and federalrnnc'Js.
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9700 SW 34th St
Gainesville, FL 32608. AUTO, HOME, OFFICE
Purpose of Agency.1..
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The agency was formed as a non-
profit group to coordinate services E Infuns
available to the elderly, and provide
information where services may be
obtained for various needs. COMPLETE LOCKSMITH SERVICE
Ms. Toni Glover, planneranalystfor
the Area Agency told the
Dead Bolts Re-Keying
Telegraph that they have located 750 NOW
Sales & Service Keys Made _
in the 16 counties they
agencies r a59.zar.
cover that provide approximately LOCATED > Master Keying Bonded V1" 1.15 LITER. RONRICp
3,500 services. Repairs Insured
While it is not a state agency, as 6 Seagram's .
such, it is monitored by HRS, since STARKE 964-6999 76.50 1288 E> ra Drt y' '
part of its funding is derived throughthe IF '
IIRS budget, with remaining =(Gin o I r uE AuMwv i t
funds coming from title III f N 393 N. TEMPLE r-----
(Federal) funds. I COUPON 4 ,,, .r _7 : wv
Glover stated that questions my be : i Starke, Florida I
submitted by mail, and replies will (In Lil Skeeters I I Key Duplication
be made the same way Walk-ins are BUY ONE GETlONE
welcome, and a resource specialistwill a Parking Lot) I I FREEIORIAN --- ar
attempt to assist the questionerin
person. A toll-free number Mobae Sei ice Serving AI Bradford Co! I GOOOA'""mr lounan a./

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f News Briefs.

Girl AttackedIn Judge John J Crews. Nettles was into the family home when .his ed up by immigration authoritiesOct.
I Her HomeA given five years probation with couselor says he is ready, according 8 after Judge John J Crews
special conditions. He must remain to court records.He withheld adjudication and ordered
16-year-old Starke girl was under the Bradford-Union Guidance must also pay all court costs. him to pay court costs.
assaulted in her home last Wednes Clinic sex offender program and pay Bethel was arrested in June with
day afternoon by a black man wear. $500 court costs. Man Pleds No ContestTo nine other defendants following an
ing a Halloween mask. In another case Nettles pled no Crack ChargesA undercover crack/cocaine Investigation -
!!1i When the girl arrived from school contest to attempted lewd or in Bradford County. He
Oct. 15 she was attacked by a man lascivious assault on a child under 16 22-year-old man from the was charged with two counts of
who had broken into her home. The years of age and was also placed on Bahamas pled no contest to drug possession of a controlled substanceand
girl struggled until she managed to five years probation which will run charges October 6 in Bradford Circuit two counts of sale or delivery ofa
free herself and run from the hometo concurrently. He was fined $750 Court. controlled substance.
i I a neighbor's house. Her screams which goes to the victim's counsel Demitrias Fredick Bethel, 22, of If Bethel pays the court costs of
i tea apparently scared off her attacker, fund He must continue with Parents Nassau, pled to delivery of controlled $1,200, the remaining charges will be
"( according to Starke Investigator United and may start working back substance-cocaine and was pick- dismissed.
Richard Bennett. A search of the
f area failed to reveal the suspect. vllT LIIHIO 1104 .
The police are continuing the .Investigation
but no arrests have been -
% made at this time. J Y"Escapa
While there have been reported
''peeping Toms' in the same north .
Starke neighborhood,this is the only From High Prices!
reported attack, according to Ben

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Saturday on SR16A

; 69-year-old Starke woman was T4' SHAW .
struck as she attempted to cross JL. : i
SR-16 late Saturday night.
Maggie Rogers, 1229 Larry St.was "o,
taken by Life-Flight to University
Hospital in Jacksonville with possible -
fractures, according to
Paramedic Scott Taylor. She is ...
i +e r listed in serious condition,accordingto
1a a hospital spokesperson.
Christine E. Bedford, of Starke,
,i driving a 1965 GMC, was proceedingon
SR-16 and did not see Rogers as
she crossed the highway. Rogerswas
wearing dark clothing, according -
to Patrolman Richard Splitt.
i No charges have been filed in the
11:07: p.m. accident.

Boy On Bike Hit... Man Gets ''r 9-PC. GROUP INCLUDES: With 2 Pillows.. .. 5199.931 .'
Only minor iiijtnies were reported a Wednesday, October 15, accident ; King Size Sofa 60":Love Seat '
on Walnut Street in Sttl'kehl'n a boy was struck on his bicycle. 5 Years Probation I x", Love Seat With 2 Pillows.. .. $179.95 '-
;Ninecdrold; Dt'l1IliIcual: of Walnut Street was struck as he a Choir. .. $149.95
A 37-year-old Sampson Lake man Choir Matching
emerged Nichols. from a private driveway on his bicycle, according to Lt. Greg received probation after he pled ;,' '
to a charge of lewd assault. S-PIECEGROUP
: treated lit the for minor head to guilty Z :
MrQuaig was scene injuries according It
Paramedics Freeman Register, Jr and Steve Flitch. He was then takento James Leon Nettles pled guilty to ,r,k ,? N Covered In Olefin Polyester t. : iTS400
Bradford Hospital l h\' his father. lewd or lascivious assault upon a '? \ ;l Nylon Cotton ond.p 4989 0 t-
There the driver, Del of the child under 16 years of age October I .
were no charges placed against 13 in Bradford Circuit Court before %: s ti \i Acetate Blend .

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Friday On US301A 'r e eA ;.,:;;
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van parked in front of the bait t ,,, HOME FURNISHING CENTERS c' ='lIO"OL"HID
and tackle shop on US-301 north in ? xn .- .. ..
Starke was struck by a tractor- 1 = ,.",
trailer truck at 5:52: a.m. Friday. Cosmetology Heavy Equipment Operations r /" hmDUI Doubt.OUARANTE .:
Lordell Stevens 21, of Tampa, !
driving the semi, apparently dosed ij For more information, come by the school, o.CDmpl.,. IDocal..ollon 128 S. Walnut .
off, according to Patrolman John at 609 S. Orange Street Starke 0' You :
Hodges Damage to the 1977 Ford r4 call .1 VISA yourTo.d.' datam B..k"' by tlbylh. (Corner of Hwy 100 & Walnut) :
van was $2.000 Damage to the semi or r.UDn.B.dcock CD'PD' I
was $1,000 in the Oct 17 accident 964.6150, between hours of 8 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Starke 964.5289
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October",.... SECTION p.ite7 I
No More Stinky Perms! News BriefsInmate


Mitchell Systems AWAPUHI Odorless found Guilty Moses William McMillan changed according to Patrolman Michael
In Circuit TrialA his plea in circuit court after at- Spears. Marshall was at Bradford Inmate Pleads
Men & Women Reg 60 NOW *30<<; inc. Haircuts torneys gave their opening High School during the ball game, Guilty In MurderA
Florida State Prison inmate statements. McMillian pled guilty to drinking in his car and refused to
Satisfaction Guaranteed Walk-Ins Welcome received additional years in the inmate in possession of contraband: leave. He was released after a $210 Florida State Prison inmate had
Offer Good for Limited Time Only. Department of Corrections Tuesday a weapon and was sentenced to an surety bond was posted. another 17 years added to an existing
in Bradford Circuit Court. additional 28 months in the DOC. ( 25-year mandatory sentence
Inmate Gerard Mainor was found Diana Marie Smith, 26, of Starke after he pled no contest Oct. 6 to the
Alan Tina Clemens, guilty by a jury of battery of a law Recent ArrestsIn was arrested Oct. 15 on a capias second-degree murder of another in
enforcement officer Oct. 21 and was charging three counts of failure to mate.
sentenced by Judge John J Crews. Bradford CountyThe appear on charges of forgery and ut- Willie William Watts, 23, serving
Hairplanes Mainor, 23, who acted as his own following arrests made tering forgery, according to In- time for two murders, armed rob-
couselor, is serving a life sentence by local authorities in were Bradford vestigator David Aderholt. Bond bery and burglary, fatally stabbed
for first-degree murder from Dade County. was set at$1,000 on each count. inmate John Wiseman in the heart
737 S. Walnut SI. County He entered the prison with a pick-like instrument.The .
Stark, FL 32091: 964-4645 system in 1981, according! to Assis- Donald James Marshall, 18, of Geoffery Louis DuPuy, 18, of Bradford grand jury issued an
tant State Attorney David Giant.In Starke was arrested Oct. Keystone Heights was arrested Oct. Indictment in March against Watts
17 for
20 for criminal mischief and ac- for the first-degree murder oi

.:.- ;- a separate case,Oct 20 inmate drinking possession alcohol of alcoholic beverage beverage in public and cessory Inv..tl.tn.after. the",",,fact,ph,h according 1J ...to_ vinf Wiseman time,far also mnrripr 23, who Wiia was also nlpri ser-fn
-- released on Yhls own''recognizance.' ." a lesser offense--of 2nd'( (degree

I James Edwin Holder,29,of Starke murder.The stabbing took place Jan. 6
was arrested Oct. 20 on a capias when the prison's J-wing inmates
charging worthless check, accor- were released from their cells for
ding to Investigator Aderholt. He breakfast. Wiseman was pronounced -
was released after a $75 cash bond dead later that morning at
was posted. Alalchua General HospitalThe
death came in a fight over a
Traffic homosexual relationship, according
d to records.
OPESA1. Roger Sherman Welsh of Starke
vsoaMAN' was arrested Oct. 17 for driving
under influence (DUD, according to
h4 BEEF Sgt. David Goodner. Welsh's blood Change of PleasIn
V alcohol content was .13 percent. He Circuit CourtThe
,' f' was released after a $362.50 surety
bond was posted.Christopher following individual cases
received final disposition after they
U.S. 301 South Starke 964-6071 John Wynn of Mid- changed their plea before Judge
die burg was arrested Oct. 18 for John J Crews Monday,October 13 in
driving while license suspended Bradford County Circuit Court.
(DWLS), according to Patrolman
FreshROUND' T-BONE Kenneth Hinds, Jr. Wynn was Betty M. Varnes pled guilty to
released after a $210 surety bond worthless check; sentenced to
279 Full Cut was posted. Department of Corrections (DOC)
STEAK BonelessROUND for 12 months concurrent with
. Ib. Loretta Lynn Baugess of Starke sentence from Alachua County,four
BEEF was arrested Oct. 20 for DWLS, ac- year probation.
cording to Patrolman William Varnes pled guilty to a second
Russell. She was released after a charge of worthless check and was
STEAK $210 surety bond was posted. sentenced to 12 months DOC concur-
89! Porterhouse rent with a consecutive four years
Robert William Moseley of Starkewas probation to above charge.
$ arrested Oct. 20 for DUI,accor Varnes was ordered to make
STEAK ding to Trooper D. C. Roberts. He restitution on two additional chargesof
Family Pak . Ib.
was released alter a $624 worthless check.
..__.. ..._.__u'UUIJU surety
way pumu.
lb, Inmate Jose Crawford charged
with aggravated battery; counsel
presented a motion to dismiss which
was denied by the court; Crawford
STORESR Inmate Willie J. Williams pled
SIRLOIN guilty to aggravated assault
DELMONICO 225 at US 301 Lawtey sentenced to DOC 24 months con-;
STEAK Low Gas Prices-. 1Z 7 sentence.secutive with Union County

STEAK Reg.Gas..f Inmate Harry L. Mungin pled no
$2 99 Unleaded .84" 0 contest inmate possession of contra-
$ S. HI-Test .92 0.1------0 band to wit: weapon; sentenced to

,Ib. 2. 59 $3. 781. T-Bones . .. .. . ea. 1 ss three Inmate years Alonzo consecutive.W. Bryant entered

CUT FREE ,Ib. Ribeyes . .. .. .. .. ea. 69 plea of no contest of battery of law
Center Cut enforcement officer; sentenced to
., Pork Boneless Chops. .. ... ... ell. ',9 C DOC secutively.for 24 months,to be served con

'C Chuck Steak ... .. ... lb. I89bctra
Large Inmate Timothy A. Jones pled no
SEAFOOD Eggs .. ... .. .. ..... .. ... flat 129 T contest to robbery,battery of law en-
forcement officer, burglary of a con-
Ground Chuck ... .. lb. I69 veyance and assault, grand theft of
SNOW Plus Tax&Deposit oz.btl.8 motor vehicle; was sentenced to
Medium Large SEA Coke & Pepsi. .. .. .Pk'189 I DOC for 8'/2 years to be served con-
CRABCLUSTERS 6 Pk Long Necks& secutively.
PINK TROUTFILETS Budweiser... .. &lax 269 Inmate Clarence Allen pled guilty
aggravated battery; was sentencedto
Budweiser., .. .. 12p589 4'/z years consecutively.Inmate .

SHRIMP Busch, .. .... .. .. 8 pk 229 guilty to burglary John Wayne of a dwelling Francis pled and
$ We Accept Food Stamps grand theft and was placed on pro-
BMMtf & W.I.C. Checks bation for four years with special

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I ObituariesGladys II I

and was a resident of Starke for the Funeral Services will bo held in Orange Park, Willene Elixson, Wor- Born In Tappen, ND, Mr. Werre Card of Thanks
B. Smith past five DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in Keystone thington Springs, and Beverly Rahnof moved to Hampton from Gainesville
Miss Gladys B. Smith, 84, of Survivors years. include three Heights Friday, October 24, 1986 at Alachua; two sons( Ronald 3V4 years ago lie managed a service We would like to express our appreciation -
Keystone Heights died suddenly daughters, three sons four sisters 3:00: p.m. Rev. David Weyand will be Graham, Lake City Donald station for Standard Oil before retiring for your love and kindness
Thursday, October 16, 1986 at her and two brothers. conducting the services. Burial will Graham, Lake Butler; six brothers, Mr. Werre was a councilman for shown to us during the illness
home. be in I Hope Cemetery under the )Karl Graham, Lake City, Marvin the City of Hampton, where he and death of brother Sheldon.The .
Born on December 30, 1901 Miss direviinn' of Join's "'uneraIHome. Graham, Brooker, Paul R. Graham, directed the Department of Recrea- Kvrce.FamilyIn
Smith moved to Keystone Heightsone Sybil Isadore Bombard Mayo Arnold Graham, Charlotte, tion. Mr. Werre represented Hampton -
month ago from Middleport, Mrs. Sybil Isadore LaBombard, NC N.C. Nevin Graham, Lake Cityand at the Bradford County Chamberof
NY. She retired in 1961 with 30 yearsof 72, of Daytona Beach, died Tuesday, Royce Graham of Detroit. MI; Commerce. He served In the U.S.
service in records at the Pentagonin October 21, 1986 at her daughter's Willard GrahamMr. eleven grandchildren. Army during World War II. Mr.
Washington, D.C. Miss Smith was home in Starke following a long il- Werre was one of the first membersof
of the Presbyterian faith. lness. Willard Graham, 63, of Pro- Funeral services were held Mon- the First Lutheran Chuirch of Memorandum
Survivors include her niece, Mrs. LaBombard was born In vidence, died Friday afternoon at day morning in the Providence Gainesville. In memory of Mrs. Jerlene May
Elouise Lashway, Dunnellon, Fla. ; Bakersfield, Vermont on June 6,1914 his home following a brief illness. Village Baptist Church with Rev. Dommon who passed away from us
her nephew, Floyd B. Smith, Jr., and moved to Starke in Septemberfrom Mr. Graham was born In Colum- Ennis Harper of ficiatin Burial was Survivors include his wife, Verna one year ago October 22, 1981. We
Keystone Heights. Daytona Beach where she had bia County and lived for the last 40 in Phillip! Cemetery in Columbia D. Pritchard Werre of Hampton; a love you Mom. God loved )uiu best.
Funeral services were held in lived for 30 years. She was a retired years at Providence. He owned and County. Archer Funeral Home of son, Jimmy D. Werre, Lake Butler; The Dommon Children/
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Saturday, waitress. operated Grahams Store at Lake Butler is in charge of ar a daughter, Katherine Susan Ray,
October 18, 1986 with Dr. Benny Survivors include two daughters, Ellisville for many years. He also rangements. Lake Butler; two brothers, Chris
Beckum, pastor of Calvary Baptist Mrs. Theresa C. Bailey Starke & owned and operated his farm. He Werre of Tappen and Arthur J.
Church in Starke conducting the ser- Mrs. Rita Singletary, Palatka; three was a member and deacon of the Werre of Napoleon, ND; six sisters,
vices. Burial was in Keystone sisters, Mrs. Barbara Gray, Providence Village Baptist Church. George W. Werre Hertha Oster, Adelia Adams, Freida .
Heights Cemetery under the direc- Palatka, Mrs. Maud Blodgett, Mr George W. Werre of Hamptondied Martin and Emma Johns, all of "God giveth the shoulder"
tion of Jones Funeral Home of Jacksonville & Mrs. Eileen lluber Survivors include his wife, Lenora Monday at North Florida Bismarck, ND, Anna Martin of according to the burden
Keystone Heights. Cohutta, GA; five grandchildren & Tanner Graham of Providence; Regional Medical Center after a Steele ND and Matilda Zimmermanof German Proverb
three great-grandchildren. three daughters, Diane Yirka, long illness. He was 66. Fargo, ND; five grandchildren.
Marcella Foster

Mrs. Marcella Foster, 82, died October -. I _. .__u._..._,..____ ---
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Gailsburg, Michigan.Mrs. > > Be Wise. .
Foster was born in Ban- '
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For Adults _
Beginning New LifeDo ; Sao

you want or need to start over Ancient A
in your life? Gordon's Smirnoff r _
The Santa Fe Community College Age 80
Starke Center is sponsoring a free Vodka "'f.11 fI -

class designed to help adults make a (AID011S!' f1"7'! 10KEROSUN' --- -- -
'Focus) the
new beginning.
Future'will provide\ information and 799 LTD .@ 750 ,n
assistance in learning the skills WE HAVE
to make a new start for 659 599 ALL y '
divorce persons, widows and TOYOSTOVE
widowers, single parents, lifelong PARTS &
homemakers who want to earn a liv- p. y
ing and anyone who is unemployedor ,ACCESSORIES; t
under employed.The Doto<____ IN STOCK
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class which will meet Monday _
and Thursday evenings from 7 i f
to 9:45: p.m. beginning Nov. 3, will ALL
focus on learning how to plan a new ;
direction in life and learning the ,
Silver/ Calvert
skills for a succesful job search. In- LL 1 Lauder"sAmber SALE NOW!
dividual topics will include communication Extra .-..'"

money management and serliveness and budgeting skills, e5L"nAI"" IAUDEAS Tn prices start at $79.95"I I

handling the stress of change and using Tn Tn SCOTCH
available community resorces 799
Job search information will include 799 839
skill and interest assessments
interviewing techniques and infor- WE SELL KEROSENE

mation on preparing effective job r
applications and resumes.
The class will run from Nov. ::1 to
Dec. 18. It\ will be to
necessary pro- 301 &
Liquors Lounge . .
register for this free class at the .. "
SFCC Starke Center. call Lila 1 Mile North of Starke on Hwy! 301.
For information
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Area Want Ads 1 1CARS


.d. $8900. 964-8434. 9/11 tfnchg estimates Handy-Mdn Fence Co. needed at Whispering Pine Car Ctr,
1911 OLD CUTLASS SUPREME $3.000. WESTERN N.C. Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559 tfn Call Susan Cook 9646220. EOE. 12/5TF

964.8083. 9/25 tlnchg NO. GEORGIA MTNS. GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows, EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON honest ruJilIcJiJr
1972 BLAZER 4x4. V-8, |lust tuned-up. MOUNTAIN ACREAGE. Farms, cabins, etc JACKSON BUILDING SUJPPLY. clean cut A MUST! References required I
3-speed Iran, pot. Iran reorend hau... Waterfront property. FREE 964-6078. Orders also taken In lake ; possible $23,000 first year Apply (
h.ovy duty auxiliary. Rum GOOD BROCHURE. Call Toll Free Butler, 496-3079 and Keystone Heights, D ft S Motor. 207 N. Temple No vE REALTYPHONE
needs torn body work. Gr.ot for hun- I-800-43B-S1S9. 473-4973 2/26 tInWANT phone call. 4/3 TF
llng. Also good AM/FM ca.. radio. RAPER REALTY INC. TO DRINK REAL ESTATE LICENSING only 4 week,
$800. Call 964-4037 day or 964-4430 P.O. Box 619. Hwy.64 West THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS Coll 17554040. N. Flo. Real Estate Col

oft.r 5:30. Ask for Tudy. 10/2 4to| 4/30 Murphy N.C. 21906 WANT TO STOP lege. 7/3TFN : 96 .7776
I9IJ TOYOTA TERCEL 5-speed. om/fm, fcan 16.333 THAT'S OURS 3000 GOVERNMENT JOBS LIST 16040.
AC rum good. Looks Ilk. n.wl Call Alcoholics Anonymous $59,230/yr. Now Hiring Call 205 N. Temple, Starke I
964.6172 after 7 p.m. 10/9 tfn.w BUSINESS *64-4150-64-621* 805.687.6000 Ext. R-5504. 10/16 7tpd CeciliaNational Terwlllegor

19Si CJ-S JEEP. Metal top-dog and gun pd thru 11/13 11/27
box. low bar CB radio $1500. OPPORTUNITIESOWN SEWING MACHINE REPAIR All makes GOVERNMENT JOBS 11) Now hiring In Association of Realtors said the average existing -
473-7050. 10/23 Itpd cleaned oiled ft adjusted. $15. Used your area both killed and unskilled.For .
( home is more affordable than at time In
1M2 JEEP SCRAMBLER 4x4. PS. chrom. sawing machines for sale, James list of jobs and application call now any
rim, AM/FM caiiette, convai top ladles YOUR OWN Jean-Sportswear Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy ((615)) 383-2627 Ext. J507 icon 66-334 the last eight years, due to steady mortgage rates and a

6cyl., 37.000 miles. Ilk. new, all large sites apparel, petite,chlldrens/maternity dancewear/aeroblc 16, Starke. 9648733. 12/5tfn MANAGER NEEDED for convenience ,slight drop In the median resale price.
original. Call 4962841. 10/23 2tpd HANDYMAN electrical store. Only experienced need apply. ..
carpentry pointing .. .. ... ..
or accessories store. Jordach., Chic, -- ----- ------ ---
10/30 home Pep-O Food Store 620 S. Walnut
lee, L.vl.) liod Gitano Guess, Calvin complete repair. SPECIAL
174 FORD COURIER $250 or best offer Reasonable rates, licensed/ contractor Starke. 9/18 tlnchg
Klein, Servlo Valente, Evon Plcone, IIIClalborne
2 new 95 x 14 Inch ground hogs on Call Mitch. 4733940. l/9tfn EXCELLENT INCOME for part-tlme home .
Members Only Gasoline, EASY TO ENJOY Brick, 3BR I IVsBA, CH/A, larg. family
whit. spoke ,rim $150 I 6000 lb. TIRED OF PAINTING YOUR HOME Call assembly work. For Info call
electric wench $200. Ph. 782.3866 Healthtex, over 1000 others. $14.300 to 9646766. Homes Beautiful of N. Flo. 504-641-8003 ext. 9579.10/21tpd 10/23 room with fireplace, formal living ft dining room utility room

after 6 p.m. 10/23 Itchg $25,900 Inventory Training, fixtures We will tell you how to avoid that |lob HAIRSTYLIST NEEDED full or port-time. Access to beautiful Crystal lake.
grand opening, etc. Can 15 days. ...
1911 MERCURY ZEPHYR 2 dr., 6 cyl. PS. open and Increase the value of home Experience preferred. Coll 9646777. _
Mr. your SjM VE.d: ; : ;
1'8. AC, 1650. Call after 6 p.m.. Sidney (404)( ) 2524489. 10/23 Itpd 5/1 tinFAIRFIELD 10/23 Itchg OWNER board andattenTrepoce
9646568. 10/23 2tchg 10/30 1000 SUNIEDS.the SUNAL-WOLFF SYSTEMS. ROOFING Free estimates HAIR DESIGNER NEEDED! must have range refrlg., d/w CH/A fenced yard city water & sewer,
Buy Best. Direct from manufacturer.
"73 CHEVY PU W/TOPPER By original Save Thousands. While They Licensed Insured and bonded. All following. Excellent working conditions approx. 1,456 sq. ft. Assum. mortgage 58500.
$900. 1977 Ford LTD. $1600. of and private room busy shop. Nexxus
owner types roofing repairs. Money
lost. Commercial ft Residential Sun- and Paul Mitchell systems Call UNCROWOED LIVING: 2/1 Frame cottage on five nice lots-
964-8582. 10/23 ItpdMOTORCYCLES back if unable to leak
guarantee stop
quest lamps ft Trevor Island Lotions
Mobil Home tool 485-1556, 485-1016 Halrplanes 9644645. 10/23 Itchg Kingsley Lake Village 30500.
1-B00.228.6292.fcan 86.332 or 374-1443 anytime. 9/11 tfnchg AUTOMOBILE SALES PERSON thai GET AWAY TO LIVING-CB home with 2.25 acres CHSA with
OWN YOUR OWN $10.99 one price knows Bradford County and i Is Interested

your 1,456 ft. SE 34th Ave. 50500.
designer shoe store. A retail price In Bradford approx. sq. -
179 KZ 1000. fully dressed, excellent unbelievable for quality shoes normal 2tchg my 10/23 home, days. 964-732)) 10/16 County car dealership. Hardy Auto SAMPSON LAKE LOTS OWNER FINANCED!III I I FINE LOTS. Ap

shape, 1600. Can be ...n at 204 N. ly priced from $19 to $60. Over 150 BAKER IP GAS INC. Sales US 301. 9647783. 10/23 Itchg prox. 103'x770' Selling price $18,900 ea. $2,000 down monthly
St. Clair St.. Stark. oft.r 2 10/9 brand names 250 styles. $14,300 to$25.9OO'lnv.nlory. Do know what for 301 QUIK STOP accepting applicationsfor
or care
p.m. training, fixtures you ? you pay cashiers. Apply In person. 3 miles payment approx. $220. ((10% for 10 years)

YARD SALES grand opening. Can combine with over We propone have a summer time special and South 301. 10/23 Itpd EXCELLENT BUY 80 ACRES-$96.000 Heavy pines 20 acres

1,000 brands of apparel accessory senior citizens discount. WANTED! EXPERIENCED PAINTER Must cleared fenced barn on St. Rd. 235 near New River.

GARAGE SALE Fri. & Sot. at 212 E. Can dancewear/aeroblc 15 children shop. Family owned and operated.We be able to do all phases of pointing. Experienced ALL TREAT AND NO TRICKS: New 3 BR, 1 / BA brick home
Jackson St., Starke. 10/162tpd 10/23 open days. Mr. Keenan ((305)) strive to give better prices and ser persons only need apply. kitchen equipped. OWNER FINANCE.
695.8261. 10/23
GARAGE SALES Saturday only 9-S, 632 Itpd vice. 964-5205, leave message. 10/23ltpd
Plnewood Dr. 10/231hhg NEW CONCEPT IN BOOK PUBLISHING. We don't charge any deposits. MATURE LADY TO BABYSIT and do light FISHERMAN'S DREAM 2 BR, 1 BA frame cottage garage,

YARD SALE: 419 N. Thompson St.. NATIONAL BOOK PUBLISHER WILL Ph.: 1-800635-2371 or 2596810. 10/16 housekeeping In my home. Must have drive-in boathouse and screened deck overlooking Crosby
chlldrens cloth., coats, household 3tpd 10/30 own transportation Must havereferences. Lake Inlet. 38000.
Items, books, .tc. Saturday 10 a.m. ROOF COATING. Single' wide startingat Call after 6 p.m. 9648105.
964-8893. / Itchg $135. Doublewldes starling at $150.
YEAR. OR MORE IS QUITE POSSIBLE. COUPLI to work In motel doublewlde-Sampson Lake 35000.
YARD SALE 315 Lafayette SI. 9-3 Sotur- One year guarantee against Teaks. Sr. Access
day only. 10/23 Itpd BE ALL PART IS BASED TIME ON OR YOUR FULL TIME.EFFORT.NO CAN EX. citizens discount. Also relevellng done. and live In. No pets, 3 Vi miles north of IDEAL HOME FOR LARGE FAMILY'S.E. 24th Ave. (off Rd. 100
YARD SALE: Oct. 24 S 25. Friday S Satur Call for free estimates. 9644680.1016 Starke on 301. 9647184. 10/2 tfnchg
day. Turn on dirt road by Textile Town. PERTISE REQUIRED, AND TIME COM tfnchg THE CITY OF STARKE Is accepting applications East) 2.7 ac., 5 BR, 3 BA living room dining room kitchen

First trailer on left. 10/231tpd MITMENT MINIMAL. NO SALES MIDDLE AGED LADY will do housework for the position of Apprentice eat-in area or study den office all appliances drapes large

GARAGE SALE: Children clothes, lays, MEETINGS NO DOOR TO DOOR SELLING I by the day or hour. References furnish. Lineman with the Electric Department attractive deck overlooking a quarter acre fish pond with fish I IAN
misc. household Items. 428 N. Broad ed. 9644082. 10/1621pd 10/23. line crew. Position requires INVITATION TO SPACIOUS LIVING-Corner Orange & Pratt
9:30 3:30 10/23 Itpd graduation from high school and must
MOVING way. SALE Nice p.m.furniture practically GET INVOLVED NOWI! THIS NEW AND PRO-LIFE facts. Your name not re be able to obtain a Florida Chauffers 3 Br., 2 Ba., CH&A LR, OR family room & screened in patio.

new bed $90; also dresser EXCITING CONCEPT OF BOOK quired. Correspondence confidential. license Apply at City of Starke Personnel HOME FOR FAMILY ENJOYMENT-lovely brick colonial home
chest of drawers, call Alice Hudson THE WAVE OF THE FUTURE.PROBABLYIS WRITE Send to: Right To Life, P.O. Box 256 Dept City Hall. Applications will be off Geiger Rd.-4 bedrooms 2 baths-approx. 2700 sq. ft.-10.09
received until October 24 1986. 10/16
9644604. 10/23 Itpd lawtey, FL 32058. 10/23 2tchg 10/30
YARD SALE: Oct. 25. 9 a.m. 2 p.m. HOUSECLEANING Superior work 2tchg 1023.BRADFORD acres-many
Saratoga Hgts. 791 W. Pratt St. COMPLETE. INFORMATION: CHARLESN. w/references at $4 per hour. Will provide COUNTY ROAD DEPARTMENT WALK TO EVERYTHING I 1032 E. Call St., 3 BR, 1'/ bath
Everything priced to sll. Furniture. appliances DANNALS 19 VERNON ROAD NW my own transportation. Call will be accepting ft reviewing 45000. Extra large lot.
ATLANTA. GA 30305. Icon
men's, women'. and teen's 86.335 964 6421 Mon. Sat 8 a.m. -5 p.m. Ask applications for employment on October 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd.
clothes ft winter clothing. 10/23 Itpd for Mary. 10/23 Bpd 11 thru October 31, 1986. Chauffeur
YARD SALE Sal Oct. 25. South 301 BOATS WILL TEAR DOWN license required. 812B North Owner will finance 82322. A smart Florida Investment.

across from Dowling Horse Stables. USED BLDGS. Grand Street, Starke, Equal Opportunity INVESTORS: 438 Acres in South Bradford County. Partially

Look for signs 10/23 Itpd 1976 16 REGAL TRI HULL with 85 h.p.M.rcury FOR LUMBER BOOKKEEPER Employer 10/16 PART-TIME.2tchg 10/23. subdivided highway frontage close to school $1,000 per
GARAGE SALE Friday. Oct. 24 S Sun Clean Experiencenecessary.
and trailer $1800. Dale acre. Hardwood trees. Developer's dream I
Contact Mrs. Heovener
day Oct. 26. 9 a.m. til dark. 719 Edwards 782-3894 Anytime
Road across from Armory. 10/23 Brown. 9646050. 10/2 tfn 10/23 2tpd 10/30 964-8820. 10/232tchg 10/30 PRIME EXECUTIVE OFFICES ON US 301 near Edwards Rd.
MOVING SAUl Eager to move 18 hp. Evlnrude, elec. start steering, swivel, Seven thousand four hundred forty six sq. ft. in Bldg. with 150'

everything. 1372 Blanding St. Thurs., seat, tilt trailer 9648081. 10/23 Itpd on Hwy 301 by 254' deep. Parking space for 30 cars. $199,0001
Fr.. Sat.. 8 Sun. 9647473. 10/231tpd
YARD SALE 1222 Bradford St. Saturday I' ....PREFERRED PROPERTIES....
only. Children clothing ft household PERSONALS NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Club-for development.

Items. 9 a.m. III??? 10/23 Itpd "' I, FAULKNER REALTY INC. SIX ACRES-Great Buy-Primitive Baptist Church Rd. 12000.

TWO FAMILY YARD SALEy'gt ,JIo.,.. .. '. .
ear -LONIIY IADIES-OVE let 'Want"iom- BROOKER-Trafler 14' x 56' plus lot 100' x I00'-$20,000.

I, across Church 8:30 street: a.m.from.-3:30 Brooker p.m. Sal.Baptist 10/23 pony when desired Companionship 221 W. Lafayette Street .HI ft DRY14.05 Ac., 2 well, septic tank 35000.
; Talk Walk Drive. Maybe assist with
2 Blocks S. of Hwv- WINDING TREE LAKE One acre 15000.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 25 9 A.M. until. business or home? Mature man too nn U.S. 301
Four family. 806 West Pratt Street. (English background) Sober Tim on PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenly acres or will divide.

Itpd. 10/23 Hands Need female Interest Mr. "B" ': 964.5069 SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine acres 2 wells 3 septic tanks.
Box 1322 Stark, Fla. 32091. 10/23
FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club 90000.

HOMES Itpd Susan M. Faulkner, GRI CRB 1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East 7700.


Realtor Associates KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: 2 lots 65'x 130' $2,750 ea.

GOVERNMENT REPOi no money IN CITY 6000. Call 964.5764; offer Irene L. Faulkner f 64.5142.v.l. LAWTEY AREA-Flve acres $13,000.
down low closing cost. 1003 Southgate 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn Lucille .. .
Spry 964-1420.v. mile
15 ACRES HWY 18-$33,000. One off 301.
Dr. Bass 698-2511.
Country Realty LAKE LOT FOR SALE BY OWNER. Cleared Russell
Marty 473.7694.v." .
10/232tpd 10/30 ready to build septic tank approved 2 RENTALS available.
LOOK AT THIS I Just remodeled for you) restricted neighborhood dock 5 RESIDENTIAL After Hours
1.720 sq. ft.. CH/A w/otttc fan 3 or 4 minutes from shopping center.
BR. 2 full tile bath equip kithcen 19 x 964-8073. 10/23 Itchg *TWO BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS or one very large on Road 230 just past Pauline Randolph 964.6323

20 great room closets galore, fenced __ hospital. Over an acre 10900. Randy Cory 475.2597
backyard with tool shed. Saratoga LOSTFOUNDFOUND *LET US SHOW YOU this Immaculate 3 BR, 2 BA with pool fireplace ft extras Anne Terwillegar Nelson 473.7541
Hgts. Concrete drive ft walk. Don't for $58,000 on 1 acre
miss this bargain. Coll today 473-7541 *THIS 3 BR, 1 BA HOME can be purchased for 32000. has large lot chain

or 4752597. By owner 10/9 4tchg DOG Young male husky EuniceRd. link fence, utility A storage space can walk to everything. Central heat S .
10/31 In Lawtey area. Dog is friendly Has air. ': .'" : ', -,- : '
$32.000 Outstanding buy. C/B. 3/1.fenced unreadable collar on and Is healthy, If *LOVELY BRICK VENEER house wlth2,500.q. ft., 3 BR, 2 BA, cu.tomdrop.., "
I corner 406 E. Laura St. 9644386. this ,Is your dog please come get him if built-In appliances large lot with extra lot available David Lawson Paint & Body Shop
owner anxious. 10/23 Itpd nol you can have him. 10/23 Itlh IMMACULATE DW furnished approximately 1'/i acre. Only 25000.

.1 ACRE BUILDING LOT or put mobile home on It. Priced reduced to $3.500 Insurance Collision Work Free EstimatesCR

cosh or $3,900 terms
I %&P&
l *DW WITH EVERYTHING $45,000 on 1 acre. 229 NW 28th St. 964.6133JfN
.85 ACRES OF LAND Hampton area. Less than $1.200 per acre
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Accelerated Realty Inc. *NICE 10 ACRE TRACTS available on Edwards Road. _. ,
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*ON SR 16, 2 acres with owner financing.
Phone 9644544I *LAND FOR SALE 1.300 per acre. FLORIDA CARPET CLEANING & DYE CO.

*BEAUTIFUL 3 BR. 2 BA block home with access to Crystal lake CH/A, 4DM'>
fireplace large deck overlooking lake, 2 car garage. "Quality Work, low, low price $1 A 95

I 11520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke Florida j *NEW 3 BR, 2 BA cedar home with lake view of Sampson Lake. Over 2,000 (Any Room Halil.) . . . II Scolchgird Available

! Homes Lot. Acr.ag. Wat.rfront sq. ft. of living area. Specializing In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet, furniture cleaningand
*COMPLETELY FURNISHED 3 BR, 2 BA mobile home. offer bids on commercial work.
Farm CommercialNo ,
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AREA 1 BR 1 BA. CH/A. carport fenced yard Senior Citizen Discount No mileage charge Free advIc'Ro.ms.ver
Charg. to list Your Property for Sale screened porch storage: building In back.
Call and dUcuis It with us. Call 964-4997 Call .*.***.,.,
ZH.q.n. ChesS yeller pass III lscel'phase booS aerM .dlont

PRICE JUST REDUCED lovely 3 BR. 2 BA brick home with large back yard j ..1..shares M WonKkiHiMMd CtiimMr-. Columns---

carpets and stove, central heat $35,000.
QUIET COUNTRY LIVING Beautiful brick home on 1 acre, 5 BR, 2 BA. |

pleanty of closet space, enclosed garage and utility room 77900. I CALL YOU NEED I Is a swing on the BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM BUILT HOME-
OWNER SAYS SELL IT NOW Lovely brick home with lots of shade trees 3 I 1 front porch for this maintenance free Architect d..lgn.d-Irlck 4/4. 3,200

BR, 2 BA living room, family room dining-kitchen combo outside BBC, on-1 : e aluminum siding house 3 Br., f.nced plus of luxurious living with many
ly 6 years old on 2 acres, MAKE OFFER'111 I yard Pasture Is fenced and crOI,. amenities." From 2 to 60 acres OWNER

LARGE STORAGE WORKSHOP goes with frame home. 4 BR, 2 BA on 1 j mam fenced. 31 ocr... Owner says present FINANCED!
acre Nicely shaded and high B dry. Two miles from Starke, 27900. all offers)
.CORNER SR It ft US 301 .2 1
RETIREMENT CLOSET Frame home, 2 BR. 1 BA, stove, refrigerator j S' I : COUNTRYHOMESB corners
parcel 14.87 acre.. 1 parcel S3 plusacres.
dishwasher fan heat and air 25500. D&sfa-Taled'Appraistii iRes; 964-6941 BUILDING LOTS
miles Gainesville
ONLY A SHORT DRIVE FROM CECIL CB home on S acres, 3 BR. 2 BA. Great | 964-4522 1 I Only 19 to 6
room with fireplace, CHftA, central vacuum and stereo workshop ft flshp67td. .CRYSTAL LAKE ACCESS 31'4 CB miles to Starke.
$74.900. STARKE. FL. s S t home. Priced to sell at $34,500. .FOREST HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION 19 -

CLOSE TO TOWN .Mobile home on Hwy. 16E,3 BR, 2 BA, CH/A well S septic A3 BR BRICK HOME on 3.64 acres /i acre lots, plus 7 acres Some paved
$33,000.GREAT / I newly renovated kitchen. CH&A.rood. nice pine timber Reduced

RENTAL PROPERTYDuplex Unit 2 BR 1 BA living-dining-kitchen I I paneled walls, picture window house $23.000. OWNER SAYS SELL!
combo. 27900. Is nestled amidst 8 pecan trees Just HOME BEAUTIFUL $7S.200-on 2

SMALL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Meat processing plant with large meal reduced! Owner Is ready for an offer acres, 3/3 1700 sq. ft.. CH/A many

cooler on 20 acres near lake Butler. Priced to sell I 111 .COUNTRY HOME you've dreamed of extras.

ACREAGE 10 Acres, South Clay county, residential-agriculture, 17900. .1Hp r lal .foif.ll, ildtnct f m :Commc (tinl| owning. It has everything 4/3 over HOMEMAKER'S DREAMSeparatewainscotted
20 ACRES NW Bradford county good mineral water 49000. 2,000 sq. ft. Price just reduced $2,000. dining room and sunken
4.5S ACRES and 2.16 acre near Graham. 1//- _STARKE .OWNER FINANCED Country Club den. 3/2 CHtA, above ground pool.
LAKE LOTS Sampson Inlet Sampson ft Crosby'rakes, owner financing.CITY *OWNER FINANCING on this 3 Br., .LARGE HOMI-ln city on opprox. .9 area building lots on Bessent Road lObi garage. A 20 X 25 upstairs room to

LOTS 2 nice 'lots on Hwy. 16 W. only' 2. blocks from Hwy. 301. renovated CB home Three blocks acre. 4/3. CHSA, 1900 plus sq. ft. Flume Rd.BEAUTIFUL. be completed to have your own
HWY 301 SOUTH 146 ft. frontage. from new shopping center ovum mtg. DOUBLEWIDI on 10 AC. private BR suite. All this only $66.000."LOCATION. .

HWY 301 SOUTH 4,5 acres with approx. 208 ft. frontage. LOCATION Walk To 3/2. Let us show you this one. You'll
*PERFECTIONISTS this home offers NEW RIVERproven
COMM. BLDG. IN Cf Y Approx. 13,000 sq. ft. floor space, 74900. A everything. Neat as a pin and LOVE It.
so much for so Mule. manicured yard. 2 Br. .MINI-FARM Between Starke and COMPLETELY REMODELED frame j

floor plan. 3/2 Lg. family room. 2 car *THIS HOME IS JUST WHAT YOU Lake Butler 4/2 CH4A on 8 0<.. Ex. home, excellent condition on 1V4 Ac.j

FREE NOTARY SERVICESPU -- carport. Immaculately maintained NEEDI N.xt to school. Huge fenced tras: large CB bldg. S large pole barn. New carpet throughout 3 ceiling fans.
horn ft grounds. Excellent location. yard 3 Br., sunken family room SANTA FI LAKE ACCESS-Excellent Great for a small family.
*OWNER really wants to sell this w/flreplace. Lg. screened porch on getaway home Call for more Infor
AFTER HOURS one! Next to Wlnn Dixie shopping back CH/A side by side refrlg., trash motion.

Wayne Douglas.....'64-oSW NovU War ..;.......964-7454 center Just painted. Owner financing. CpolmPdocttar$6'Absolutely. Immaculate. .DOUBLEWIDI on 4.87 Acs, 3/2, We Heve Rebels

John Gr..n..533.2121 Bill Dodd..:.. ........944-7408 *AWAY FROM THE CROWDS. You will IAWTEY CH4A, fireplace, extra nice. owner Retell Avelleble'poc.New

Irving Clark. .......764-71M Cindy Kurlmoy......944-7408 love the privacy this home offer*. 4/3 *ON GOLDEN POND.-2/2 split plan ready for a sale. At 301 Plate

Tom Bement........744-4439 Don Hood.............6..1 90S 3,100 sq. ft. plus an extra large mobile home on 1 acre Includes glassed .'

James Dllti......... e 4-.M garage.1.76 Many outstanding features on In porch skirting owning, storage We Invite Inquiries On Our Other'Propertiesrstrke
tft . shed ft outside lights. -
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I I'ags' I" II :SECTION: October 2:1: I9 I! HIIr I

I Starke Want Ads:. -' Keystone Heights Ads... '- /

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FOR RENT FOR RENT FOR SALE -.--- -- --- ---- --,-_. -

RENTALS AT THE"'COVE" 1f1 1. $165:2'; __ ___, __u____
HOME PARK trailer rear
Ell's. $140 ($50 elec hook-up); Tlflin ft LAKE GENEVA RENTALS Weekly, monthly CLASSIFIED GARAGE SALE Three Saturday,
Mobile Hornet and space for rent. bedroom, Ig. ref., AC, self-iontalned, ADVERTISING should ba submitted family
Recreational vehicle welcome. Phone Owens Property Managers. 964-5063 like new. 964.5318 or 182.3786. 10/16 efficiency oportments 1 or 2 BR, to the Lake Region Monitor office Oct. 25 Irom 8 a.m. Fairway St. He.rig

964-7498. 9/16 tfn 10/23 Itchg tfnchg call 4732919. 10/2 tfnchg In, writing and paid In advance 10/23
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 CLEAN FURNISHED 2 Bedroom trail.r.Qui.t BEAUTIFUL DIAMOND RING-Over 60 MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT $150 per unless credit Is already establishedwith FRIDAY ft SATURDAY Three family

BA apt For more Information call lake neighborhood private lot. No years old. Retail' value $800. Make offer month. Partially furnished Keystone this office.MONITOR sale, clothing bathroom sink some
Butler Apti. 4963141. Equal Opportunity pets, no children. 964.5739 or 9644468. 964.6864. tfnce area. 473-2026. 10/2 tfnchg STAFF CANNOT BE HELD utensils antique dishes misc. itums 3
Housing. 6/7 tfnchg 10/23 2lpd 10/30 1984 BALDWIN FANTASIA ORGAN like LAKE GENEVA 1 or 2 BR furnished RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 'ml. N. on 21, little, Rain Luke Road

ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel, $8 3 BR MH IN COUNTRY.. 4 BR In city new, $1600 OBO. For more Info Call Retired or handyman caretaker couple CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER I Itchg '1023SATURDAY
per night. From $35 per week. Discount 964.5232 or 964 6398. 10/23 1 tpd 964.7569 after 6 p.m. 10/16 2tpd 10/23 preferred $200 to$275 mo. 473-7269 or THE TELEPHONE. OCT. 25 8.5. Oriole St

offered for longer term Apply In per RENTALS AVAILABLE 3/1 \1.$215 In 1966 CONCORD RV, 8 x 36, "Oldie But 376.7749 or 3788622. 10/2 tlnchg Classified deadline Is 11:00: a.m. priorto diagonally across from( Keystone
son, Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across country; 2/1 house with yard$200; 2/1 Goodie". Fully equipped w/oc, HOUSE FOR RENT on beautiful Silver Thursday publication. Library Everything must got! 'Itchg

from Post Office. TFAPARTMENTS Apt.-$200; 2/1 Apt.295 utII. Included; everything works. Stronly built near Lake. 2 BR, CH/A, pool table, on 1 acre Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50, 10/23
FOR RENT Newly 1/1 large apt.-$185; 1/1 hous.$165; Crosby Lake $3000 or best offer Call lot. $373 month. 904-247-1604. 10/2: then I 15 cents for each word thereafter SATURDAY ft SUNDAY Oct. 25 A 26

decorated, ev.rythingfurnished.Laun Tlflin ft Owens, Property Managers, 964-8741 eves or weekends. 10/23 tfnchg Irom 95. 7827 Bundy Lake Rd. 1 mile

dry facilities, Included. Video room 9645065. 10/23 Itchg 1 Itpd MELROSE AREA MH. New 2 BR, $225; 1 PERSONAL SERVICES oil CR214. 659-2134, I Itchg 10/23
available. Will accept on. child no SR 230E 2 story 3 BR, 1 1/4 BA, all appliances CUSTOM BUILT CAMPER VAN. Completewith BR, large LR S porch. $175; 2 BR $160
plus extras $350. lit & last.Call
Palms 2313 N. plus deposit. 16846634. 4tchg 10/2.23
pets. Apts. TempleAve. full bath. Must see to appreciate.
473-7941 to see. 10/23 2tpd 10/30 FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING
Starke 32091. 3/1 TF Ideal for retired couple $18,500' will .
2 BR MH not over 4 people. Window air, Hand rubbed oil finishes Call Jac;
ed home Fireplace, screened porch WORK WANTED
$50 PER WEEK lor you choice ol our one consider trade on real estate. Ph.
central heat, partially furnished. No 473-2521, 10/2 tfnchg
AC $415 month; $200 deposit.
bedroom apartments with refrig. and 468.1551 468-1150 10/23
or 4tchg
$100 security $150 month on PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile
per .
cooking facilities, All utilities are Included p.ts 11/13 904.249.7884. 4tpd 10/30.11/20 HANDYMAN-CARETAKER Lo.klnglor
in this price, so why rent a roomwhen Griffis Loop. 9646493. 10/23 21 VEtY" GENTLE GELDING plus extras, MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 1 BA, close to townon homes pools decks, sidewalks. Free home and work. Can do electrical

you can have an apartment.Monthly 10/30JO $400.782.3162 after 4 10/23 Itchg wooded lot. $235 month. Call estimates Call Rob 4733590. 10/2 plumbing carpentry and various other
FULL BATHS, mobile home In .
3 BR, :2 tfnchg
2730. 10/2
rates $200. Call tfnchg repair jobs. 4732183. 2tpd 10/16-23
ore us at OLD LOOKS/NEW LOOKS, create the
964.5139 days, 964.6566 evenings, or Lawtey. No pets, deposit plus 1st mon costume right for you at Charlotte's FOR LEASE 1, 2,A 3 bedroom energy efficient LAWN MOWING Trimming, edging
ths rent. 782-3481. 10/23 Itchg Call The Lawn Barber 4733590. Free
drop by and see the apartmentmanager Webb, 138 N. Water St. 964.1100.10/23 apartments 475-1048 or *
1 BR APT., kitchen living room, bath. No 475.2052 between 7 a.m.-lO pm.10/16 Estimates 10/2 tfnchg
In 7 314
no. at NorthTemple
apt. pets. $175 per month plus $100 deposit. 1 Itchg tlnchg FLOOR SAGGING DOOR DRAGGING HOUSES FOR SALE
Ave next to the Tenneco Sta
tion. 6/26 TF 9645276. 10/23 Itpd COMMERCIAL OFFICE SPACE K.y.ton.C.nler. House out of level? Call LaRue Leveling

FURNISHED 2 BR HOME, In Crystal Lake 2 OR 3 BR MH outside city limits. 1 child, EXERCISE new. 9646831.CYCLE 10/23ltpd ft TREADER. Both for 2 blocks south ol Hwy 100 on Service, lor all your foundation BY OWNER Large 2 BR, 1 BA lueploce
no inside pets. 964-7619 or 964 8614. 21 (Lawrence Blvd. Available repairs. 4737721. 10/2 tfnchg
) and
Subdiv. $275 plus deposit Now taking $75. 964-6312. 10/23 Itpd Hwy stove, regrlgerator WD
applications. 9645734. 9/18 10/23 I Itchg around the first ol 1987. $225 month. DEEP STEAM CARPET CLEANING Truck dishwasher $5000 and assume 10%
tfnchg 3 BR HOUSE '/. mile outside city limits, PECANS FOR SALE. .75 per Ib. Cracked Call Keystone Heights Realty. mounted equipment. CAB. Carpet interest mortgage. Total price V I
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT oil 301 S. 2BR, $1.40 Ib. Shelled $4.50 Ib. Will
HWY 100.964.8810. 10/231tchg pecans Cleaning. 4737770. Keystone Heights.
4734961. Itchg 10/23 $33,500. 473.7619.4tchg 10/2.23
C/A, on one acre Concrete patio with crock for
top, $225 month $100 damage your pecans pecans 1983 MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 1 BA private 61pd 9/18.10/30 COMPACT MASONRY 2 BR, 1 BA home, i
per FOR 9645990. 10/23 2tpd 10/30
wooded lot. Access to 3 lakes Many your comfortably designed W/W
deposit Will work with you on lost LAWN MOWER, brass carpet 'I
month rent. Call 964-7705 alter 4 antique fireplace extras. $280 month with option to buy. by appointment. Call 473.4260 central air 8 heat pump, oak cabinets.
p.m doors & picket fence. 964-5876. 10/23
after 7:30: M-T-Th. i Itchg 10/23
10/9 4tpd 10/30 Call 4732730. 10/23 tfnchg p.m. kitchen appliances, washer 8 dryet
Itchg STORE OR OFFICE space lor lease. 4 WHY LUG THAT HEAVY sewing separate laundry room A work shop
2 BR HOUSE, clean security deposit re SALES Ir
you machine to the shop. I will, come to
units to choose from, $300 month. well kept yard. The golf
quired. Ready now. 964-6166. 10/23 llmerock ft Fill Dirt pickup load. Tatum Lumber road per
per home & fix it. No fix,
your no charge
Itpd 20 yd. semi-loads only Located on SR 21, near Woodland Dr. course is optional. $45.000 with an
200A Lawtey, 7823690. 10/23 2tchg 4752692. Itchg 10/23
3 BR BLOCK HOUSE, $325 per month. Phone 782-3172 5/23tlchg 10/30 Call CENTURY 21 SHOWCASE PROPER. assumable mortgage. Call James E I,

9645606. 10/16 tfnchg STORE BOUGHT Furniture for sale at 30.000 BTU DEARBORN GAS HEATER, TIES INC., Broker 473-4903. 10/2 Powell, Broker,, Keystone Heights Real, '1 1tv.
CLEAN, NEWLY FURNISHED & remodeled Doublewide Home Center located w/blower. wood CARS, TRUCKS 4734961. I Itchg 10/23

2 BR trailer AC and nice big yard. 1 North on 301 Lawtey, Fla. (this It not cast iron. Large Large pile box of wood for heater heateror MOBILE HOMES FOR SALT & BOATS MELROSE South on Hwy 21, 3 BR 3 BA
child trailer furniture over 1800 sq. .It. al living area, plus "
max. $225 per month plusdeposit. ) 6/13 tfnchg of fat
fireplace pile
large pine
964-6714. 10/16 line INSULATED OR STORM WINDOWS lighter stumps for kindling wood. All CUSTOM BUILT 24X56 total electric laundry room A two car garage with, 'h\

LARGE 1 BR HOUSE In town. Kitchen appliances custom made 8 Installed Homes items, cash only 9647425. 10/23 mobile home nestled on 1.13 acre 1973 VOLKSWAGEN good transportation. electric. opener. Largo eat-In kitchen :\

& washing machine lurnished. Beautiful ol N. Fla.. 964-6766, 5/lfF Itchg. wooded lot, close to lakes. 3 BR, 2 BA 473-2639. Itchg 10/23 with separate dining room. 27X22 .

$225 plus sec. deposit. 9647015. 10/16 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As low as TWO FEATHER TICKS, full size, $5 each. with den, fireplace and R-13 Insulation, walk master-In closet bedroom CH/A.lireplac.with roll in shower, brick 8 f I
2tpd 10/3 $14.99 per month. Call 964-6946 tfn extras Owner will finance to
Elec. sewing machine, like new $15; 1 many FOR SALE ,
cedar exterior, rool, fresh .
LARGE 4 BR, 2 BA HOME In Starke. CHEVY 4x4 PARTS '/. ton, anything you coffee table, maple, very nice, $10. qualified buyer. Call collect new paint
8 fenced lot 1
Clean, Ig. eat-in kitchen, dining room, need--Axles, front or rear, auto 9646362. 10/23 Itchg 404.446.7485. 2tpd 10/23.30 high dry over acre
S-1 BOWRIDER $65,000. James E. Powell registeredreal
living room. 964.6433 or 182-3522. transm., transfer cases, 2 different,
10/23 10/30. 280 GAL. FUEL TANK with Lounge seats, teal'" ..1 storage, three estate broker Keystone Heights'
Itpd types; spring lilt blocks, big U bolts. legs. Call
nice built In cooler/storages I Full in..trumentatlon. 473-4961 10/23
Realty Itchg
PINE FOREST APTS. 3 BR opts now Call 9645812. TFce 533.2403, alter 6pm. swtfn
available. Call 964.6312 Mon Frl. 9 5. NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. 12.500 BTU WINDOW UNIT AIR CONDITIONER Extra storage Large 4 BR 2'/ BA Large brick home, pool
SOMEONE TO KEEP 12 old before fuel tank. Bow rail, screened
canvas boarding
year patio many extras one
10/23 Itpd Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great Outlet. $250. Call
A after school take to/from bus platform. Older Johnson 135 HP. RUNS block from schools. ft. road
or stopon 200 on
1 BR for after 6
APT. near schools, walled patio, patching and repairs TELEGRAPH p.m. swtfn
Bundy Lake Road. 6592134. GOOD I SS CLEAN. $5500.
Itchg Props. Larry $109,000. Owner will finance/ 473 4903
heat pump for cooling and heating, 135 W. Call St. 9646305. i
SEMI-DRIVER NEEDED Long hours, 415.1267.10/2 tfnchg after 6pm. 2lpd 10/23.30 I
partially furnished, present tennants WOOD STOVES AND FIREPLACES-We
I e.e1.o -. hard work hauling dirt local. Must be MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Trumpet $100; LITTLE LAKE SANTA FE 100 ft. lakefront/
are good neighbors. 964.8601 mornings stock Florida's largest selection Vermont \
or 9647333. 10/23TFN Castings Consolidated Outchwest 25, 2 years experience, current MVR, Trombone, $45; Guitar $90. 473-7095. 3 BR, 2 BA CB home and 2 BR guesthouse '
RENTALS 4 0 pass ICC physical. Call after 5 p.m. 10/2 tfnchg Dock and sprinkler system
AVAILABLE: $150 per month and much more Everything you /
and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner, Broker need to install. Well worth the trip to I FOR RENT 4733579. Itchg 10/23 4752443. Itpd 10/23.
U.S. GOVT. REPO $800 down $40.500
Owner at 964-5069 or 964.4048 TF Gainesville The Wood Stove and I I
CHILD CARE WANTED for small child In 440 E. Lakeview Bass
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent On Fireplace Center 2031 N.W. 6th St. I
14 X 70 Mobile; Home your home. Mature lady pr..rr.d.Please 698-2511 after hours 6981890. Itpd
Highway 16 W. Close to prison. Gainesville Toll Free 18005242675. ] i call
964-7530 or 4681323. 10/10 Tfchg 9/18 6tchg 10/23 Air C. Heat Partly fur 10/30 Kathy, 9646739. 10/9 4tpd RAT Buy sell and trade collectible 10/23 I

FURNISHED efficiencies and mobile FIREWOOD FOR SALE-Early season I nished items and antiques Used furniture,
homes Inside city,, weekly 4 monthly. prices. Pine $15 per truckload, Oak I 1 Scott Ave. glassware, |jewelry and much more KANE CYCLE I
JO LU Motel S MH Park. 9648810. 6/5 $25 per truckload. Sunshine Industries I Kingsley $250 Per Come see for yourself. One mile east ,

TF 964-7699 SR 16W, next to Olins Trailer 1 Month 2 Retail of Keystone Heights en Highway 100. REPAIRus
3 BR BRICK COTTAGE Klngsley lake Park. 10/9 6tchg 11/13. (. $100 Security SpacesFor 4732183. 10/2 tfnchg 301 N e 964-5805

Long Pier AC, Coll 964-6491. 9/25 TFN REFRIGERATOR G.E. Hotpolnt,, 2DR 12 / Call 533.2017 Lease .
ft. span TUcl l 1 Wed 9l TSur.'Frl 8 set lit
PINE FOREST APARTMENTS BR opts cu. runs well Can be delivered. I 1,000,1,250 & 2.750 ft. *uNEtsuYEITRAVEL
now available starting at $180 per $140.317.9615.10/9 5tchg 11/6 I sq.
month. Call Mon-Fri. 95. 9646312. GATORS VS. AUBURN TICKET. Only one 'I... 0 Hwy 301 S. t.1,

"5-' ,,* 10/2 Ifncho I $30 nego. Good seat. 4682063. 10/23 964-8848, w

CF ..,

have an excellent careeropportunity
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub DRIVER TRAINING. Earn Big Bucks In sales and #396--20 acres, zoned mobile home tiltx ,.
minted to the Bradford County Drive Big Trucks) D.O.T. Certification park Inside city limits Includes 1l

Telegraph office in writing and paid In Local and National Job Placement delivery. We offer excellent plans, 2 Br home, pecan grove, pine t
advance unless credit Is already Assistance. Correspondence/Resident employment benefits and ad. plantation-much more AGENT'

established with this office. Training. Eligible Institution for Finan vancement. #434-14 opts, 3 Br., 2 Ba., home, 9 TOUR GUIDE .Parts Repairs
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE cial Aid. Guaranteed Student Loans. ac. fronts US 301. Many amenities. AIRLINE RCSERVATMKim
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Call 1 ((800)) 2828165. UNITED TRUCK Equal Opportunity Employer 1433.-Bar A cocktail lounge, 2 Br. Discount Price for
STilt uuur mL
-TM/PT4 *
THE TELEPHONE. Training: Tampa home, going business with TIM M un HUK cttvtnnMM Tires & Batteries
lean 86.331 964-8544 entertainment. Priced right. ITNTI TUflM

Classified deadline Is TUESDAY, Edwards Rd. 1420-Dream home, brick 3 Br., 2'/i nuKuiwmiuitrMKicnmuatrim
NOON prior to Thursday publication. MOBILE HOMES
Ba., greenhouse, barn 7 ac. In '
Minimum charge Is 15 words for
then 15 cents lor each word thereafter FOR SALE pasture See this today) Urt MOinir.:lltHTNHK' PT.FL
One to 4 acre parcels 'for homesites.

A 1427-5 ac. country brick home, large A.C.T.TRAVEL SCHOOL
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 1984 DESTINY MH with fireplace. 1 barn with feed tank fenced, come .18004323004BUSINESS
Bedroom, and Take
more. overpayments UeSeGOV'T !
RENT/LEASE Call 782-3358 after 6 p.m. see today AecN1f M4''Nseler-= Brand New
I Free catalogs available now.
3/20 TF REPO 1 2 & 3 Bedroom
NEW A USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy *****.....**w***** ,
NORTHWEST CORNER OF Call & Thompson Wells at S&W Mobile Homes 964-6407 Lorraine Champion BrokerrSTROUT As Low As

Streets: 2 story masonry building. or 964-6408. 8/14 tfnrw OPEN SAT OCT. 1 5 Beginning

Clyde W. Simpson 3566849. 4/10TF 10 x 56 Fully furnished $'200. 9645626. I REALTY OPPORTUNITY $195

PROFESSIONAL TWO OFFICE SUITE, with 10/16 2tchg 10/23 440 E. LAKEVIEW /haJ....,.... +
bath, avail. Oct. 1. Adjacent| to Bradford KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ;.a t ; .oe. .,... It- Call

964-4667 Courthouse. 9/11 tfnchg$200 mo. Call HYPNOSISPROFESSIONAL $800 DOWN LOW CLOSING 1 *.4-IMI FASHION STOP is | 0..". .,.......'.. 182.3531

REALTY 473.3096diKr' ..
BASS COUNTRY developing i a ne\v It- FHA
HYPNOSIS services lor ? .341 N. TKMPLK..
weight control, smoking,, stress, etc. 698.2511 After Hrs. 698.1890 3TARKC. FL 3W91: I shopping plaza adjacent -: It

For help please call 9644433. 10/9 to t their store' on t
oED RKgIT tfnchgaa.OOa00aaaaaa.aooaoa
J )- 11aut (across from BROADWAY & WALTERS

1640BS Walnut (Hwy. 301 S ) high school ). TREE SERVICE

Contract Broiler & Breeder Removal
964-8447 111 W. Madison *
NEW 1,800 SQ. FT. HOME Starke FL 320.: !) I Producers NeededFor ? Trimming
; are *
CH/A, 2 BR, 1 BA, 13 acres Stump Removal
,ou.' Available for
extra 1,000 ft. house in > occupancy Firewood
; ; !UBI-llfiil-!
the country. Lawtey area. I 3 ,1"yoc.llu'uld! EI'| ps 9li1! -E616 by Mid-June!' : Free Estimate

LAKE MARGO 75 ft. on I I LAWTEY AREA 10 Ac. lots, 25%" a large integrated broiler 'company In Northeast Don't miss out on this *

fishing lake 12 X 60 MH dn., bal. 10% for 15 yrs. Florida. For more Information contact Cargill, Inc. at great location 473-7097.473-7679

$25,800 $5,800 down, bal. 15 LAWTEY 125: 2 BR, 1 BA, 15 acres CALL 901-384-0603 : After 5
T tank *
plus extra septic 60000.
at 12% $240 month. 1800523.6022
yrs. per X -E. CALL ST. 2 or 3 BR, 1 BA, CH/A, ', For Further 1 Keystone Heights
acres, J detached 1 car garage 31000. *
beautiful 3 BR, 1 1BA home, I CRYSTAL LAKE HOME SITES ; Information J ?? Licensed & Insured

seperate work shop 8 car Beautiful brick veneer 4 BR, 2 BA on 2 | [ ***. *_ ***********.*.-

port, fenced, 2 septic tanks, 2 Irg. lots close to lake, $90,000. -
-W. PRATT ST.I 3/1, CH/A stove,
Roberts Real Estate FOR SALE
wells, 12 x 65 mobile home
refrig microwave oven ceiling lan ,
included. 400ft. Hwy 100 fron $38;500. Reduced to $36,000. 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke. FL Fill Dirt, Top Soil Tractor Work ,

tage. $67,500.INVESTORS LAWTEY AREA: Gorgeous 3 BR, 2 ;aBA ; 964-6262

SPECIAL. 5.4 brick veneer, over 2,000 sq. ft. i i! i Backhoe, Bulldozer
Interior decor that ,must be seen to
acres, 468 ft. Hwy 301. appreciate, 9.74 acres A much more. [ | COMMERCIAL Successful service station on. US 301 nolFN 964.6182.964Tim's -

$35,000 $10,000 down Price nego. Some owner fin. i $50,000. Call Today!

balance 10 yrs. at 10%. HISTORICAL PROVIDENCE 135 acre ACREAGE 58 mobile home. Only
acres plus a doublewide
10 ACRES in StrawberryAcres farm with lovely large brick home \ | $75,000.Owner ; Custom Cabinets i

with all ammemties, Ig. pecan ,i, terms possible, to. II J.. .
30000. trees has 4 MH rentals, 2 stocked CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, central: heat & air. New Construction J Remodeling -= --:
9 ACRES-4 3R 1 BA block .
fish ponds near I-7S and 441. Reduced to 35000. Cabinet *Tile Ceilings

house with owner financing, FARM: Approx. 22.5 acres with 3 i 640 ACRES Excellent development property In a rapidly. Free EstimatesCalf -; .

$67,000. BR, 1 BA, MH. 2 Ige. barns plus tractor I' '' growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that $1200 Tfm Thompson _
A equip. Many extras. ,
14.5 ACRES-High S dry.
BR 1 per acre! ,I. 9 "-4-180 T :
IMWTEY AREA 3 I BA CH/A Shop 964.6238 Eves rF
acre $39,000.GRAHAM DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath on 1 acre. 23000. .

town on paved road. o AREA Over 1,800 sq. ft. \ SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. $11,000. r .... *##*#. : **# !'*## 4tl.......w

Owner financing $32,500. of formal country living with all am- -38 ACRE FARM Northwest of Starke, 2 Bedrooms 2 Bath' r. CYPRESS MULCHand :

2.5 ACRES in Hollister (Owner menthes, plus 4.5 acres. frame with
-LAKE BUTLER 3 BR. 2 BA, CH/A Lg. ', outbuildings, CH/A
financing), 6900. lot, only $41,500.'HAMPTONI .10 ACRES Pecan grove no Improvements. *

2 LOTS Lake Hampton Oaks. I 4 BR, 1 BA FORSYTH ROAD 5 Acres plus,, no Improvements, 640 ft. i PINE BARK !

Frontage on 301. $10,000 $18,500Approx.' 11 aires on 325 ', ', frontage on road. 2.9 acres with older mobile home, well. .: .

each (terms). only $25,000HWY pump, septic: tank. '!: .You pick-up l or We DeliverMinimum i
1 ACRE on Hwy. 16. Well- 100E: Approx./s acre with old | ;

kept 3 BR, 1 '/> BA, DW with house $7,000) PROPERTY COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE I'' 3 yds. on Delivery :
Broker :
George W. Roberts,Jr. : '
additions paved drive. WALNUT ST. 4 pies plus 2 BR, I BA | \ I "
Cypress LumberV046649
I MH 78x210 lot with parking, garage. 964.6058 Evenings I :

FRED SACKETT Broker EDWARDS ROAD App.ox. 4 acios J Terry A. Gaines, CSM, Salesman/Appraiser :I '
JOHN CURIES Associate with 2 MH s A frame house.aaooaooaoaooooooooaaoa. 964-4181 Evening : ,
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Main Street, Lake Butler, 4963978.
/ Bradford County OFFICE! AND WAREHOUSE SPACE Complete Insurance Service 4/10 tfn

MOBILE HOME SPECIAL Located in Union County Times
building. Call for Information. HELP WANTEDTYPISTS

200 AMP Service, pole I 496.2261 tfn.

Hookup $375.00 WANTEDFARM $500 weekly at home! Write:
P.O.Box 975 Elizabeth NJ. 07207
construction rewiring 10/168tpd. 12/4
repairs LAND WILL BUY OR LEASE. Call EARN$4.17 HOUR We need a..tanc.ln
Tom Chokes, daytlm. ((904)542-7917) evaluating and responding to dally
/ 485-1952 night ((904)542-7050.) 10/2 4tchg. 10/23 work report submitted by our agent
throughout the state. No experience
or necessary paid to complete training.
964-8830 NOTICE Work at home For Information send
24 hrs. .self-addressed tamped envelope 9
normal site & conditions 1/2 Inches long to: AWGA, Dept E,
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should bo submitted
Rov 49204 Atlanta Ga. 30359. Itpd.
to the Union CountTimes office -
dF. +
In writing and paid In advance
r unless credit Is already establishedwith CARS/TRUCKS
this office.
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN $200. Call 49,3042. Itchg. 10/23
iJf" CARPETSALE .QjRrwW THE TELEPHONE. 72,000 miles, fully loaded very clean
: ; Ot Classified deadline I I. TUESDAY luxurious. All white with royal blue In.
: ,' NOON, prior to Thursday publication. terior. $3,800. Call 496-3417 or
Minimum charge is 15 words for S3.SO, 4962008. Itchg. 10/23
then 15 cents for each word thereafter.


OUT OF AREA RENTS Union CountyTlmes, 150
Plush Carpet CarpetIn Main Street lake Butler. Phone
'In 15 16 colors 496.2261 for information tfn
PERTY? If I don't have It, I'll find ItJust located In Union County Times Buildingat
C + $700sq. $10" ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. 150 West Main. Call 496-2261 for
yd. yd. 496.2126 or 496-2903. eves. "YOUR more Information. tfn
bath, central heat and air $350 a
FOR SALE month plus deposit. Call 1-262-1791
Multi Carpet Domco Vinyl or 13721953. 9/25 chg/tfn
HOUSE FOR RENT Two bedroom one
culptured Carpet starting at BUNK BEDS One year old. (complete). bath. Completely renovated carpet
Call 4963004. 10/233tchg. 11/6 stove, refrigerator. $220 per month.
TV ANTENNA UHF/VHF, In good condi First, last plus security. Coll 496-2995
$850 $699sq. tion. Call 4962282. Itchg. 10/23 after 6 P.M. 10/23 4tpd. 11/13
Tzigane with Kathryn Dandois and Tim Heflin sq yd yd. OFflCE SPACE near court house In Lake
I HOMES Butler. Call 4963004. 10/16 4tchg. 11/6
MOBILE HOME Furnished, three
Level Loop During This bedroom 1 1/2 bath with added on
GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U family room or den. Nice yard. Call
CommercialCarpet Sale repair). Delinquent tax property 4962842. Itchg. 1013PERSONAL
Dance Alive set Repossessions. Call 1(805)687.6000( ) ,
tonightAfter 9/16 Rebounded Ext. GH-1136 for current repo list. SERVICESNEED
9/25 8tpd. 11/13

last weekend's highly suc- Gary Duncan, who has had a $499sq. $175 $300 DOWN. US. GOV'T REPO 594 Rte. LUMBER? Custom' sawing...Will br
cessful debut of the Starke Festivalof Scholarship to the San Francisco yd. | sq. yd. 18 West of Washington Springs ing my mill to your timber or fill your
the Arts on Call Street, area Ballet, and Michelle Incollingo, who $28,500 Bass Country Realty, 698-2511 I, pine or cypress needs from mine. Call
residents still have more excitementin has toured with the Royal Ballet and after hrs. 698.1890.10/23 2tpd 10/30 Neal Varnes at 4962063. 10/16 4tchg.

store this evening (Thursday) as the Stuttgart Ballet. FREE I
the Ninth Season of the SFCC Fall The tempo changes with a hot jazz Suncoast Carpet
Festival of the Performing Arts con- number "Jump Start" that is sure to Shop At Home Plumbing Supplies From
cludes with a performance by Dance be a crowd pleaser.The .
Alive, the 'outstanding Dance com- evening's varied program Service 140 S. Thompson Street I Durrance Pump & Supply j
pany dedicated to the best in continues with Kathryn Dandois Starke, Florida -

classical and jazz.ballet, contemporaryworks featured in "Simple Song" from Call ,now and we 964-5849 or We Drill 2" to 6" Wells e Stbte Licensed i-
Leonard Bernstein's "Mass"
The final event of this free-to-the- posed for the inaugration of Presi- will bring samples to after 5:00 473.4295CELEBRATIOL US 301 North 864 N.Temple Av..,Stark 9647061TF

public cultural series sponsored by dent Kennedy. you.
Santa Fe Community College will The finale of tonight's presenta
take place at 8 p.m. at the Starke tion is "Vier Zehn Ein Und
Woman's Club. Zwanzig."

Dance Alive began in Gainesville [WAINWRIGHT' PECANS & PRODUCE
In't97S' uriHeTTn: direction of Veil -
known choreographers Judy Skinner NOW OPEN
and Kim Tuttle. The company has a
heavy tour schedule this season
sponsored by the Florida Department I SIX DAYS A WEEK
of State and the Southern Arts
Foundation. Last year they traveled WE BUY PECANSWE
from Miami to Minnesota giving
over 200 performances. SELL PECANSWE

Tonight's program combines artistry -
and entertainment. It opens CRACK PECANS
with the famous Polovtsian Dances ,

ander from the Borodin.opera Prince The full Igor company by Alex- ;.. Tnurs. Fri. & .Sat. c2 OVER 50 YEARS IN BUSINESS

backs the pas de deux of principal There are no strangers here, STARKE FARMERS MARKET
dancer Kathryn Dandois and Tim
friends haven't met.
Hefiin, who has just returned froman lust we 301 HIGHWAY NORTH
engagement with the Zurich FM
Ballet. 0/73 2vhq 10"0

The program continues with the

Nutcracker Adagio, pas de deux by .

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BA home. '''

r.------ For Sale Estimates Homes Beautiful o' n9ri1

BR. 2 BA on % acre.

1.3 FLORILANDREALTY I Rhatt Childresa -. : WINDOWSAlso

'General Manager ,',,ri Also
964.7700 IPIE IIAIIL cU'UIPOTV( : -' -..oJu -'
.' i Ly For Siding Soffjt & Fascia
393 N. Temple Av.
C V.rnl. P. Odom Brok.r.GRI NAME -- __ .. ,.,,1, Eo- a Awning Screen Rooms
Jeanle Gagnon ADDRESS r Fr e Brick Stone
; --- Carport or
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Eve.-964-5414 Realtor A$ oclote 1 You must be'U or older1.l

I ---- -- -.---- Register for; y Iff t ____ ZIP __ No purchase la necessary
to register. You need not Call
BRICK HOME 2 acre plus, 3 BR, 2 Special Door,, PHONE _-- -- --.- -- ,.
f BA on Lake Sampson Good Ilihing.Acceit ,Prized Dra wing f* .. ..........m'!."'!'!' 6epfeaenttowln", : r,nittJr" }! ; HOMES BEAUTIFUL OF N. FlA.
lakei. Mud to \
to 2 see ap "Lft' '
SPM Saturday! t? ,J ".._ :" 'f1': "
preciate. 1 101. -' \ TF 964-6766
Owner Ifl." ::1 Starke Fir,
181 ACRES Good Hunting. ,J ', ". ,
will finance. rnp! l'' t .
;. t } :t "'-
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Graham area, St. Rd. 100 & Lawtey. Largest Selection of low :"
.4 ACRES PLUS St. Rd. 100. Nearer ( }

to Keystone. ; mileage 1985 and 1986,
GOOD BLDG. LOTS City water & .
Coining( Green Acres r OF FLORIDAIncluding
',---..-.-, .... ---.-..- C Chryslers, Plymouths and ;'r
Equipment from: Dept. of Transportation,
u of Dept. of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FHP),
| I1''nDodges J in the area! .
THE APTS. State Attorney's Office, and Dept. of Agriculture

2 & 3 Bedroom cpartments for m : M( .: DpgS, ; PLACE: Dept. of Transportation W. Railroad St.

rent low Income family to W* "* W Maintenance Yard Lake Citv. FL
*} .:

housing. AH 'AT THE LOWEST TIME: 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 25

Apply at 922 E. Brownlee St. ,
Stark, FL INSPECTION: 9:00: a.m. to 4:00: p.m. Friday Oct. 24

964.7139dcr p lit PRI CES': 8:00 a.m. to 10:00: a.m. Sale Day

:: .' : TERMS: Cash Cashier's Check. Personal or Company Check MUST
\ \"
"", POSSIBLE have a Current Bank Letter of' Credit Guaranteeing amount of check. A
QUAL MOWSING LOW t ,.' "? FREE deposit of$300.00 for each car, station wagon,van or light truck must be
'j'" made at time of sale. For other equipment, a 25% cash deposit re
Rate : ., :\' SUN quired balance Is due by 3:00: p.m. Oct.27 or deposits will be forfeited.
HELP WANTEDTHE Financing 'Were looking forward tomeetingyoil.SCREENS::::: ITEMS TO BE SOLD-

STARKE VOLUNTEER FIRE \' 4 ,',ffiy;. : ': :: f AND 50 Cars 48 Pickups Vans Dump Trucks Cab + Chassis
NOW ACCEPTING HighTrade i!" l'W: $ .
DEPARTMENT IS Flat Beds Link Belt Dragline Model LS68 Trailers
APPLICATIONS FOR VOLUNTEER .' .' LEE Fork Lifts Aiding Lawn Mowers Plus Much, Much. MoreI!!
FOR FIREFIGHTER.THE VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPART 1i- I"/ ';'Wk lACOCCA'SBOOK For Information ca'l. Mike or Tom Garner
MENT AND ARE NOT FULL-TIME Allowance ; !7" 4 I
TERESTED PICK UP AN APPLICATIONAT We Pay Less For youctM-, -f" 'Mne4ii II) .
siwc ; with the'
.ftPtMet' Sate4. ; I
OF STARKE FIRE Overhead so You
Apn.vr/TP' r* i'i= 5* of COASTS
DEPARTMENT WE ARE! AN EQUAL Pay Less for Bp"'"is1 (y* .''t} .' pH.884-7783 ,\t'1; 1yr purchaseany
HOLD A VALID DRIVERS. IP LICENSE.917'f'.qlO! ?0 \ t ..,' .frfA''<" .<.' -'J,, ((904)) 3542333I

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I Bradford Hospital staff will have big job when wing is finishedFrom

Pogo SB putor will then automatically turn plicated and should Involve even redone to match the new buildingand member who serves his-position community and all of North $1
I the staff and the patients Here at the off a piece of equipment, lights, more jobs perhaps 50 jobs for people will also feature a complete set without pay, said he supports the Florida." '/
I hospital heating or cooling systems when from the surrounding area. of new equipment in the rooms of the "not for profit" philosophy of the AI Kay Carlisle of Starke, chair- .',
The new steel supported buildingwill they're not needed to save energy." Administrator O'Steen and his old building as well. corporation. "We have some fine examples man of the Board of Directors of '
I feature a brick veneer and New technologies have made old staff will transfer their patients, Gulf Contracting International has of that right here. The new Bradford Hospital, cited Guy An ..
liberal placement of attractive building heating and cooling con their records, files and many piecesof assumed primary responsibility for fitness center, a better level of drews a member of the board, and
greenery throughout the grounds trols obsolete, Mallory explained. medical equipment into the new the remainder of the' work on the health care here and now this ne'!. Mrs. Anna Felos, secretary of the 1 f<
and alongside walkways to give the "The old building was built in an building late this summer, when the new building including structural building. We can now provide the board, for their efforts in the project $I
I medical complex a modern ap- era of cheap energy, and that really first phase is scheduled for completion. framework and the exterior. con- best of health care systems to this and called it a"giant step forward". V
pearance.In makes a difference in the performance O'Steen reports no problems crete apron Including sidewalks and _,... \
addition to the Improved of the two systems when you co-existing with the massive con- loading docks.A & A I
aesthetics the new buildings will brIng compare them on a cost by "cost struction project going on right next "Topping Off ceremony was \
to the area, the two new struc- basis," Mallory said. "We estimate, door, and says his staff is looking held at Bradford Hospital last Spring pa W
tures will also feature a variety of and this has already been proven on forward to the move. to celebrate the progress of a $7
the latest energy monitoring other buildings, that the system will Over-40,000 cubic yards of sand million addition and modernizationto
systems including a computor- pay for itself within its first two have been brought in to raise the the facility which speakers said Jim & Yvonne'sChristmas
directed environmental control years of operation." level of the lot where the new should improve the quality of health
center which will direct the now of Construction of the new hospital building will be located, loaded in care available to residents in Brad- Workshop t
energy where it is needed in the building is having an impact here in over 1,600 truckloads which have ford County and the surroundingareas.
most efficient manner. Starke in more ways than one. been coming into the site in a seem- .
"The new system will constantlyscan The first phase of the project ingly endless stream since the project Attending the ceremony were of-
the building to see where elec- which includes the new building,has began. 2,000 yards of concrete ficials from Santa Fe Health Care
tricity is needed, and most importantly already created up to 35 new jobs for have been poured and over 6,300 Systems, which operates the Friday & Saturday, Oct. 24, 25 r
where it is not required; explained area residents, while the second yards of new grass have been hosoital here. '!
Hospital Project Clerk of the phase which includes renovation of panted throughout the area. Joe Uunlap, Vice-Chairman of the 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Works John Mallory. "The com- the old building, will be more com- The building will be completely Board of Directors of SFHCS, a
CUSTOM Handcrafted Gifts -

VILLAGES & Ornaments ,

\ Aging Services Come Music Boxes '
See 'em and much morel! I IYa'il

1. From Pogo 5B The new (1983) federal policy sets medicare, regardless of whether the have additional ailments, and find .
topics "ranging from available ser the prices for medical procedures on actual cost has been more than the themselves discharged earlier than Come!
vices and programs to housing needs standardized basis rather than the flat fee. If the hospital charge is less they would have been under the old
and long term care to work and traditional fee for services, and than $900 for the procedure, the system.As Hwy. 100 -1V4 mile East of Keystone Heights
retirement." Each month the agen- hospitals are reimbursed according hospital may keep the difference. result of this problem, many 473-4000
cy plans to publish a question and to the rate for that particular However, if the charge is more, the older people are discharged from
answer of general interest to the diagonsis. hospital must absorbe the loss. the hospital while they may still
people they serve. For instance, if a patient is The concept of DRGs would seemto need skilled nursing care. This certainly -
hospitalized for a hip replacelment, promote efficiency, but it has its poses some problems, which
Question for Month... and the DRG flat rate for a hip drawbacks, since the elderly often have yet to be resolved.
I\ This month's question has some replacement is $900, then $900 is all
interest to all persons on Medicare.It that the hospital. will Jje paid from ,-
asks: "I Keep hearing about \ M \ Investment SeminarDON'T
.. DRG's and Medicare, but I really Greeks Plan 'OPA'In
don't understand what all the talk is GainesvilleThis
about. I'm 68 now, and I wonder how C.D. Alternatives
this affects me?" WeekendThe MISS

Answer: Diagnostic Related Greek Orthodox Church of
Groups (DRGs; are part of the Gainesville OUR Insist on tax-free or
the Greek
presents 'Opa'Festival
federal recent effort
J government's Oct. 24, 25 26. tax-advantaged investments from
to cut medical costs. There are approximately 4th Annual
: Opa will be held in Westside Parkon
,iv 1 500 standard medical SW 34st and 8th Ave. in Buchanan & Co. Inc.
diagnoses from broken bones to hip Gainesville. Friday and Saturday HALLOWEEN PARTY ,
heart attacts.Hospice
replacelments, to
( the Festival will be from 11 a.m. to Specialists in:

,, 11 Featured p.m., Sunday will 12 noon be homemade until 8 p.m. 7 p.711. til I? Tax-Free Municipal Bonds IRAs

Greek food and pastry, Greek Hines October 31st .Keoghs.GovemmentSecurities
; beer and Ouzo, Greek music, Friday, Zero Coupon Bonds Mutual FundsLimited
costumed Greek dancers, Greek
Merchants and rides for the kiddies. ,u *5000 Cash Prize for Best Costume tr Partnerships
From SB
Pag There is no admission charge for '
Keystone Heights
trained volunteers and is on-call the Festival so bring the whole
24-hours a day, seven days a wee::. family and or course your appetite. Keystone Heights
..' They help both the patient and fami- Further information may be ob- N Women's ClubayNovember4
ly understand the illness,what to expect tained by calling 3381280. DOOR PRIZES
and how to deal with its limita All proceeds will go directly to the I F
s' tions. Follow-up care is also offered building fund to help build a church, LIVE ENTERTAINMENT e 10:00, a.m.Refreshments .
providing support to surviving according to Chairman Conni s served
relatives during their bereavement. Kolvas. Carl Haskin & Impulse 5526
r 6 A prospective client must meet Reservations Required:
four requirements to receive hospice
I care. He or she must have an attending t ;; 1.800.282.2010orcollect813'961.8l68
f' physician, some who can giveJ '
the patient continuous care in the ) ,
J I,. home, live in the approved service REQUIREDDearborn )
I area and have a physician'sdiagnosis rrrnm T'
k i of terminal illness with aI' p
life expectancy of six months or less. ,i A BUCHANANp.
For more information, contact &.CO.. INC.
NCFH, phone 3724321.Residents yuJ .:,. :'.".".

..(Y:: Reminded rifff III

Of Accessiblity -- ,N w Yti- .. Investment Bankers

Bradford County residents with a .', .: :: % 10006 N. Dale Mabry Suite 213 Tampa, Florida 33618
: '.
475, 473, 485 or 468 telephone ex .9 ::1-
1 change are reminded they do not ? Member NASD PSA SIPC
have access to the Bradford ,
emergency 911 number at this time.
w.. Recently a resident attempted to
4' call 911 from a 473 exchange and was
i repeatedly greeted by a busy signal.
Residents near Clay County 473 or GAS HEATER OCTOBER
.. 475 should not panic but should call -
r 964-6161 and the nearest emergency Heats up to 5 rooms 40,000 BTU,
t unit will be dispatched, according to completely Installed with gas, 10 ft.
] Bradford Emergency Services Tubing Included.
."I Director Cliff Chapman. 4
The target date for Clay County to Reg.NOW $24
go to 911 is March, 1987, said Chap- '399
man. At this time when you dial 911 INCLUDING GAS SENTRY!
1 from these exchanges you will '
f \
receive a busy signal. Residents in Brooker and/or G7JAx _
Hampton may call 911 but it will connect --1
, ( with Alachua County who will in 771-434O SAVE SAVE SAVE $4.50 !
turn notify the Bradford County BERNZJMAJlC)
Sheriff's dispatcher and a Bradford OAINISVIUI 6641 103rd.376-4677 ST. $11.07 6 Piece

.j said emergency Chapman.unit will be dispatched, STAHKI .9A4-772S Instant-Start $4.09i M WOOD BIT SET

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