Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 22, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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}}\":,,, ". A weak cool front"ill move' Into Georgia today (Thursday; Sept., Th.SOcloISc.n.1",? "''''"'.'7;.;* :'''A ,
, I' 22) but no cool air will Florida least until after the weekend We Pubs' Not!c.'d..7.'A' "
penetrate : . . .11',
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\I; see partly cloudy skies' with little chance: of rain; only a few.isolated
5 thundershowers. Rainfall amounts only light. Temperatures: highs from the '
low 90s. lows near 70. .* 'CAK.AK lag.rs .. . . e ra
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" Wednesday, Sept. 2i;saw the formation of Hurricane Helene located 3,500 !
miles east of the U.S. mainland, and 1,300 miles east of Barbados in the 1ndu.fry Appr.clmlon..tWindward i .
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Crtm. sc.n. .J.s.
Islands. Helene is well organized and stronger'( than Gilbert in its P..tlvol: i Pr.vl.w. :A: '

" infancy; with winds at 85 mph.: It is two weeks from Florida. EI.'. N..t. : : : : : : : : :7s
\; Thursday,Sept. 22,18 officially] the first day of fall! as the sun passed over Arq a.atha, [IB
,i f. the equator on Its trek southward just after midnightThurs'' a.mr, marking ClaUllIod Ad. ".i-lis berries This Side of Heaven

the autumnal equinox. A full moon, the harvest moon, will occur Mondiv conc.r scmningt. MB! .RKl-'t t'I.ORHA 25 Cents Copy

:, n.. 'nday. "Sept. 22, 'I9KH! 11SPSIMJ2-7IIO': (

!':fJortli !l\Loti1-B': Mosquitos Have,' Advantage' in Current. Ideal ConditionsEnvironmental I

;" conditions are'' streets. uuCiri the county, unable to' population;;; is elevated, that wind ing is one ot Lie least euective "Bradford is in, 'the same fiscal
ideal right/ now for the propagation leave the county' roads, .breeding speed and direction is suitable that methods of controlling the mosquito restraint of many other small counties -
: Industry Appreciation... of mosquitos, and the county s !two locations are far too numerous and wildlife, particularly certain birds population. Primary methods are The resources (dollars) just
'i A reception is set at 5:30: p.m. today spray trucks simply cannot do the loo far from the roads for effective and fish, won't be affected. eliminating breeding'ocations or aren't there to control mosquitos. "
job county commissioners say. .contfol. sources, and secondly, 'the use of Director O'Neal says.
(Thursday, Sept. 22) in the ,(
The' trucks cover the county in a Generaf broadcasting of insec growth regulators for larvaciding to The two trucks '75 and J, 76 Dodges
. Florida National Bank at Starke in
;: observance systematic manner. It (takes 10 to 12 Malathion, the insecticide being ticide, as from helicopters, is a practice prevent mosquitos troll becoming in excellent condition Wire bought
of the 5th Annual In-
., used, is' generally used small that has not been in"'
: "working days to get-around the en by employed : adults. for $5,000 from the Volusia Mosquito
', dustry 19-23). Appreciation Week (Sept. tire county. Plus [right now one counties because it is relatively inexpensive eight years''. The Jacksonville However, the cost to provide these Control District, both'' trucks and
" i The is invited. 'truck is 'down, The speedometercable compared to other insecticides 'Helicopter Service provided the service Services is astromical compared to sprayers. "We thought we got a real
public from1' which the sprayer says Darrell O'Neal,county at $300 per hour That outfit has spraying adult mosquitos. Those good deal,"says Commissioner Joe
Gator QB Club.. operates; is broken, and must be mosquito control director. It Is effective since',moved to Orlando and the'' counties employing these methods Riddick
replaced but for two hours after t being> applied same hour of service would cost have budgets of millions of dollars I

i Next meeting of the Starke Gator it causes mosquitos to go into a $3,000, making aerial application no, for mosquito control.Approximately Many small counties have no mos
",' : Quarterback Club Is set today The mist Spray can be seen but Is biting frenzy before they die. longer practical for small counties $10,000 is allocated for mosquito control quito control, including Alachua,
,:' (Thursday, Sept. 22)), at the Starke not carried through smoke as it past New state environmental rules require ,and small mosquito control,' districts, in Bradford, and is included in ''Union, Baker Dixie; Gilchrist,
Golf and Country Club. 'years. Most effective control is, in specific conditions to spray: Director O'Neal notes: the landfill and mosquito control LafayettCi Marion{ Sumpter. and
1"-, : Social hour 6:30: p.m.Covered municipal 1 areas due to the grid of documentation that the ,mosquito Trying to, kill, mosquitos by spray budgets. SuwonnwDuron

dish supper and meeting. 7 p.m.

., ," Speaker: Phil Maggio Gator. ,-offensive t Liven Three
line coach.: Options In Dealing With

VFW Installation... Gopher Tortoise: Habitat

Installation ceremonies for the Before F.xpamlln"\llnlng" !

.new VFW Post 1016 are set at i
p.m. tonight (Thursday, Sept.'22)) in
the Starke Woman's Club. DuPont
:The public is invited. '

, '': Singles ..
:;' ,' Meeting.
iJI";: The Church of God Christian
(';, ," ":,,'.' Singles, 18 and over, will meet at .'
7:30 tomorrow ( .
pm. fFrldaypt.
tlj;\ j// \
K\", '." ,,23) for fellowship and fun. '
, N":,;: I I' Bring finger foods. For more information Gopher
V I call 964.5681 or ,964-7494
after 4:30: pm.Chamber .
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j; Mixer.. Problem

'. Business'Atter Hours (the

,', Chamber mixer) for is
, August set Will
'the question of adequate
Tuesday, Sept. 27, from 5:30: tb 7 .habitat' for the gopher tortoise and

p.m. at Terwillegar Motors. 'the Florida mouse be solved in timeto
Refreshments will be
servpd. allow the DuPont Company to
Purpose of the mixers is to provide proceed
with expansion of its jlmemte
a business and social climate
," mining operation into a new area encompassing -
for business and
' to meet and discuss people l more than 7,000 acres in
community "14: Baker, .Bradford.; ; Clay: and' Duval
; affairs, conduct business and meet. M Counties?' ', "
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;, and welcome new and prospective' \ Another !fctcp', In 'solving''the' environmentally ,
Chamber members, .
; ,
' 1' 1 Sensitive issue'may
;(' FAD be taken tonight (Thursday, Sept.
Meeting." 22)) at a meeting of the North Centra t I..
3 I"," Families :Against Drugs (FAD), f Florida .Regional Planning Council'

,t{ will meet at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday .' at 8 p.m. in Suwannee Cove.
; ;
i Sept 27,, in the.Starke, ; Elementary, 'Restaurant near Branford.;;
,library. '", 'The question hinges on how many,
Committees' ll be set upPer-, w f acres of "long-leaf-pine wire grass "
r sons interested in the substance *, r are 'required to keep ,gophers
\\1 abuse problem are urged to attend. satisfied and" ''in 'good ,health,'
Especially since the gopher is on the t

',: ', Seminole Boosters.,... State's list of "species of special con, ,
cern" 'and is hospitable creature
t,;' Next meeting of the Bradford- a
'that welcomes other members of the*
'i;; Union Seminole Booster Club Is set ... "sand hill the cool
\ photai bf tonathaa F.r. .. community' ,
i\\ at 7 p.m. next Thursday; Sept. 29, moist environment of'its sometimes
: ; in the KOA hall.
30-foot 'long tunnel. Among the
," Speaker: Tony Fabrizio; FSU Great Show.. species that take'advantage of! thegopher's
" sports columnist for the Florida
, : 'Times-Union.:Dinner In new Gaucho style hospitality (are ratr
, : $3.50, tlesnakes Indigo snakes, the gopher
uniforms the
" ; ,frog and the Florida mouse.
.. Scramble,, Futurity..;, High band wa's 'a big hit All this may be fine for the gopher
, : 'The i 988'Coca Cola Classic Barrel 'with Tornado fans Friday tortoise but what about,the DuPont

II'':; Futurity (horse'racing' around t, 'night.; Company and 'its proposed $40: I
\ barrels) is set Oct. 12-16 at the e million capital investment in 19H9-90! ,

:: Bradford Riding Club facility on, r r In photo above the new .to prepare for a mining project,
US-301 north at the fairgrounds ,: estimated to- last 25 ''years with an
The calf, hog, and chicken ,,I'" ,', ': I .' uniforms can be seen on' ,economic''impact ,ranging ''up to SI
scramble is ,,, ',Id '\.:' : ,'_ .' :: trombone players Paul billion in Florida?
set Saturday night It I .: \ : ;': _
\,, '. I I .,. "; 1"(J:1):::' ,.:/: \, ,, '" '. ," I ,," "", 'co \
Oct. IS, at 5:45: p.m. at the Brad ," ; /: : ." ,' ," Coleman; Ron Wishart Three of( the' nhes involved
>/i \1'
ford Riding Arena at the'' ;7.. 'I'','!''I, ; ; \ .iIiIIc and Joel Caren in the:" fairgrounds. In addition; there will uI : ( ''front 'The beautiful'"young ''the; Northeast Florida"' Regional, I
,, be a chicken scramble for the row.' Planning Council while Bradford t&' ,
smaller kids.:'The- futurity will include I, ... lady is majorette, aligned with North Central Regional''I' 'I
top riders from all over the Carmen Barber. Planning Council. ,
U.S. as well as riders from the 'DuPont cleared the first of many
l radford and Union Riding Clubs. In ceremonies environmentalagency hurdles last
Sign-up now for the Calf Scramble week ,when.the Northeast Council
I open to 4-H and FFA girls and dedicating the new approved the mining company's

,.,.boys Iri'high school, the hog scram. uniforms- Band Master Development of Regional Impact .
ble open to 4-H and FFA girls of Buddy Ball read the (OKI) statement;, but that was only !

any age. Entry forms available ''names of donors of the the beginning. ,
\ from FFA advisors David Smith' uniforms. Majorettes Then the, question of the gophers
, and Greg Alvarez and 4rll coor arose, The Northeast Council'ap
"I' dinator Rod Buchele, For more in-1 Amiee Ferguson and Noy proved the project despite DuPont s ,
.' for call 964-787,1.) Srivibul frame a'sign objection to a provision requiringthe
, listing names of donors. purchase of a'218-acre'site for;, ,
"Gamble Rogers.., cultivation of wire grass a food con

The Florida Troubadour. Gamble sidered necessary for the tortoises\;

Art Oct.Rogers Festival 15,,'the will Saturday appear set Oct.here'15-16.night at of 7 p.m.the. 100 Strong; Spirit of 'Bradford Sports New Uniforms ing that DuPont operation.would Wanted be displaced to put by,a the cap min'of

Florida's folk $136,000 (about $625 per acre) on the
and Rogers story teller! is known top singer Resplendent in new uniforms,the 100-strong 1988 edition of the Spirit of Machine."This number was followed by a rendition of "Root Beer' ,Rag" amount required to provide the'
statewide, Accurately described an Bradford Marching Band made its first appearance of the season Friday featuring the percussion section. necessary habitat. But some councilSee

American treasure, Rogers Is dina night Beach.Sept. 16.,at the football) game between Bradford High and Fernan- Community support 'was necesary to purchase the new uniforms. ( puPunt..P.2A)

scheduled to perform the in Starke's'downtown The band was (led onto the field by drum majors Kern Fillyaw and Sherrie Names of donors were read aloud at halftime by Band Director Buddy Du Pont mine
plaza, parking area Ball,who told the donors how much the band appreciated their support. A
Bass.In bright red jackets over a white ruffled shirt front with white
of the SFCC Starke Center.: slacks topped off with cowboy style hats with a red ostrich plume band billboard listing the donors will be mounted by the band concession standat area locations .__._

members created intricate designs on the field while playing "Scream BHS.
Class. of 1988... .. 1.-M..d..M.

'1988 All Senior persons Class planning Bahamas to go Cruise on the John Torodc Ends Long Tenure as Local Shell Oil DealerThe EJ E..q I/gh.ndaue.," 1 Manville

may pick up their deposit at the ZuiIeY..

I Temple Travel: Agency on North Shell Station at the corner of islands for gasoline and two islandsfor Alexander who started the business ville area. They have 18 installations ra.M.r
Ave.Anyone Class of '88 Madison Street and U.S. 301 is no diesel fuel. Each island will have "sometime In the twenties." Shell around Jacksonville also have Counter
" wanting call a John Slater, ph. more. Wrecking crews have been three grades of gasoline, all unleaded bought the location from- Texaco, three installations in Mobile, "&.dfoadw.r r
jersey, please working at demolishing the station ;' !93' octane' Super ,Unleaded SU who later sold to Torode Alabama -
after 4
782-3008 p.m. for a couple weeks now, and have 2000, 89 octane- Super Regular SR "The responsibilities are enor. e 16ghtandUw1e
done a, pretty good job, from the 2000 and the 87 octane regular mous," Torode says, "it's just not Starke's Newest... i
Upcoming... looks of the site. unleaded RU 2000. profitable for a small distributor to Quality, Petroleum, of Jackson-
Public meetings scheduled in the New underground fibregla.ss In the center, between the islands continue In business." Insurance is ville is contractor for installing the
coming weeks are: gasoline tanks are to be buried by will be a convenience grocery store.A expensive; the risk of environmental pumps and tanks; Jernigan Enterprises tw
Lawtey Council': the second re- this weekend and construction will Canopy will cover the entire installation -damage! and the liability if any of Ocean Springs Mississippiis
quired public hearing on the town's start immediately to erect a new. A total of 24 nozzles will should occur, and the cost of contractor lor the building construction -
proposed budget. 7:30 p.m. tonight modern Shell gasoline- station and be available for delivery of gasoline cleanup, are prohibitive. The paper .
(Thursday, Sept. 22). convenience food store, says'John A. and four for: diesel fuel. work involved in keeping records re- Both contractors are busy on the I'Starks
Bradford County Zoning Board Torode owner of the site and long quired by regulatory agencies, since site,and expect to have the station in
meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept,27, time wholesale distributor of Shell Torode Oil Coy ... petroleum products are considered operation in 45: days, according' to R
,in City Hall.Starke Oil products in the Starke area "September 23 will be the last day hazardous chemicals is also becoming ''Torode.
Zoning Board meets at 7 'Torode is building the station and we do business as a Shell dealer, burdensome, according to Charles Hobby superintendent '
p.m. Thursday. Sept, 29,,in City will\ lease_ to Baron Oil Company, a said Torode. Torode. Its a problem to just keep up and Charles: Fridge," owner of Jer- i : '
subsidiary of Ray's' Distributors,. "We are closing''the' dealership with new regulations. nigan, are both on the site this week r
Hall.Bradford County Commission: headquartered in Jacksonville. The down and we are getting out of the We will have about six men on this
regular monthly meeting, 9:30: a.m installation will be as modern as the' wholesale oil business,!',he says.; Baron Oil Co..... job," said Hobby.. .'Only the Mine Area "
Monday, Oct. 3, meeting room in technology' available.' Torode says, The dealership has a long historyin Ray's Distributors of Jacksonville carpenters are' brought with us. Proposed
courthouse:' with automatic gauges'on the tanks. Starke, according to Torode,/"I of which Baron Oil Co: is a subsidiary -' everyone else will be local, he said. Above map (from Florida Times
Lawtey Council: regular mon- so that a leak can be easily detected,' have been at this location (on South is distributor for three ma- "Starke is a nice town," he says, Union) shows approximate
thly meeting. 7:30 p.m. Monday. should it occur, and records can be Cherry Street in Starke) for 38 jor oil companies and one indepen "the people at City Hall" bent over 7,000-acres proposed to be mined by
Oct. 3, city hall. kept to indicate the tank at fault so years," he said. "I bought the dent. This is the first Shell unit for backwards to help us. DuPont Company. 2,712 acres are
Second Primary election: 7 a.m. that corrections can be made quick dealership from Shell In June 1950." the company, which also distributes Quality Petroleum of Jacksonville located In Clay Coaunty; Z.S59 In

to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4. ly. Originally the location was a Texaco Amoco and Mobil brands, mostly in (see Torodep.2A) Bakers 1,344 In Bradford; and' 621 in
The new station will have four .dealership, operated by J, D. the northeast Florida and Jackson- Duval. .

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Page 2A TELEGRAPH September 22,1988 ,

I $7 Million County Budget Gets Final ,Approval by BoardThe I

", County Commission adopted, current,year exp.ndihu-es", for a In balancing the'budget this'year, some sooo.ooo of the amount of Increases -
final million of .838.The county 'Chairman said, thMinml- contained In this year's final
as a near $7 budget for total increase $987 Mosley > ,
the fiscal year 198849,at the second is budgeted to spend $6,840.239 next sionreduced, a few.....,-denied bu and final public hearing Monday year, as opposed to $5,852,431 new requests H and pledgedAal1 Clerk: Brown had $1.25 million ,.
evening, September,19. budgeted In the current year. The surplus fundsJiqkl\ by the eountjChairman reserves leaving less than $100,000
rolled back millage rate which to be cut from the budget requests.
means it will raise the same amountof ,"faosley;;;itild 'Clerk The cut4 were largely made from Kenwins
Final Budget Adopted... tax dollars as last year's slightly .Brown had,been able to set asidereaerv..fm4a contingency: funds which department Shop .
higher millage rate has been set at in prior years but this heads seek to set aside for
After meeting every Wednesday 7.783 making a mill worth)217,0004 t.year..In order to fund budget re-' emergency situations. In the fiscal 111 W.Call Street Downtown Starke ..
night for at least two months and
In ad valorem taxes. ;.* c-uests, the reserve funds had to be year beginning October 1 emergency
spending many long hours looking Bradford County is likely to face a ,thrown into the breach leaving the situations will pose t tough'problems ?
for items that could be reduced or financial crisis next year,which will. county vulnerable if hit with unfor- for county officials. Under NewManagement
eliminated from budget requests, require going to the full 10 mill ad, seen. losses. Commissioners funded a 5 percent
the commissioners'met August 24, valorem tax provided by statute., ., Millage, set now at Just over two pay raise across the board for county -
when County Clerk' Gib Brown an- Some $1 million in mills below the ten mill cap, cannot employees,but did not fund an additional
nounced the $6.8 million budget is Brown
Gib fund the current budget deputy for the sheriffs of-
,were used by Clerk crease,
now in balance; that is, proposed ex- balance the 8849 spending bill.:Com' even If it is raised to the maximum. fice. Pay raises in future years may .
1 penditures are in line with anticipated missioners were unable, or unwilling If it is raised to the full 10 mills an' be much harder to fund, since the Ladies & Girls Apparel {}
revenues. election year, to cut much additional $500,000 can be realized tax base isn't growing ,a. fast as # {
Overall,next year's county budget m the by the county but that falls short demands for services.
has increased 16.8 percent over the budget requests. New Merchandise Weekly : #

I $20 Million School )Budget ,Gets, Final Approval by BoardA (]64-8820 f '

$15,987,787 school operating Only potential problem or concernis The district has received $111,000 and sodium lights are needed, but
budget was approved 5-0 Monday the$122,252 fund balance.A in exceptional education funds to would cost $40,000 Supt. Duncan
night Sept. 19, by' the Bradford guess on the student count coup prepare for a pre-kindergarten pro- said. Lights are also needed at the
School Board. quickly cost more than that, and'! gram which will be operated in the Lawtey Community school ball field. ''>'{,'sX''''''').:(<<';'is' \."; weat" :R e"(I'U ::;'-"A.-Y;" j.PrfF: >;!",

Nobody appeared at the second force Supt. Duncan to dip into ups- ,old RJE school center in the Reno Needed paving projects are the ,; ""<,<.,x;d't .z, ,.;;;:,-....:..:..'...t.....'"_ On4, J>J .)'I. "fhr.-lf.t't" ;;
and final public hearing on the new pent but allocated funds to make up area of Starke.. Plus, $50,000 is left .Lawtey school parking lot, the middle .t ."n(>, ""h"A.; ..... ".. ..... ," .., 'hV'<' '
budget,as required under Florida the difference. At some $2,400 per over from the previous budget for school bus entrance, and high
student, a 50 student count error the Pre-K program. Some $100,000 school paved area behind the Open A Keirwlns' Charge Account Today!
law.The total budget from all fund would cost the school board$120,000 ''will be spent on RJE classroom cafeteria which buses are rapidly
'sources is close to $19 million including and eat up the reserve. renovations, plus some im, wearing out. "-,
the operating budget debt Supt. Duncan however said he provements to Head Start facilities. "So we've KOt.enough projects to
service;capital outlay,food service, believes the student count to be right The remaining $50,000 will be keep ua busy laid Supt. Duncan."
federal funds etc. 'on the money. It is difficult to deter i reserved for equipment and sup "Nobody should holler textbooks" 'Bradford Properties & Investments Inc.
Some $1.3 million in'new monies mine in January how many students plies.Major. said Supt.Duncan. "But they will.
came into the school district via the will be attending school the follow repair'needs for the 88-89 said Chairman Len Schlofman, who offers for Sale
Florida Education Finance Program ing fall. But the state legislaturemust years include the high school football said he'd found out some workbooksat
(FEFP). School work centers allocate school funds on some! ,stadium lights. Concrete poles BHS were bought by the school.FRUSTRATED Commercial Investments '
:got every item requested In their basis and currently does it on the
bud ets. School employees receivedpay number of students predicted to attend .r:
increases not less than six percent school the following fall. !! 1)) One Acre,100 Feet Frontage on, Hwy 301 South._._.".$25OOO
;;some got more if they steppedup His main concern says Supt.Duncan -,
in experience or responsibility.Local is insufficient maintenance NOW AVAILABLE 2)) 120 Feet Hwy 301 South Frontage.'M'?: _MM....$64OOO
school millage is the amount funds.The district will receive some > '
required to participate in the FEFP. $315,000 in Public Education Bond HEALTH COVERAGE for OWNER SAYS "MAKE AN OFFER"
The millage rate of 6.326 is down (PECO) funds for each of the next DIABETES HIGH BLOOD '
some 7/10th of one mill or some several years,' he said an amounttoo .;;' '' Versatile Two Bay Steel Building
$200,000 from last year. The board small to really do much with. /i':,;:,::' PRESSURE HEART CONDITIONS Located in Starke City Limits
did not levy the 1.5 discretionary In the current year the system .','; :' "' Call for informationand
mills as it did last year. However has some$450,000 It can use for con.
,the FEFP requirement increased. struction.But that won't go far when, appointment.No 964-7630
4'"My recommendation is that it be four or five portable classrooms are Suzanne Kitchens
accepted. It certainly is'''a good built,some walkways finished some
budget," Supt. Jim Duncan told the roof leaks repaired, and some. Gimmicks 475-5035 ''After 6 p.m. Lie. Real Estate Broker

'board.. ,classroom carpeting is done.

DuPont ______ Bradford Properties & Investments. Inc. ,Revival

"(from'page 1A) gallberry. on the site developed for offers for Sale' Morgan Road r -
members backed by 'Terry habitat. ,
(Oldenberg of the Florida Game The company favored option No.3, Residential Homes Baptist Churchc.R.

Commisston-wanted '216 acres set but Carolyn Lavender Clay Council, '1)) Price Reduced $6OOO. Spacious Brick' Home Two Family 233 Starke
,'aside for a preserve no matter what member of the Northeast .. ,
the price. said, "218 acres is the minimum Rooms. Restricted Neighborhood. Now Only......... _. $86OOO Pastor Don White,
That left DuPont with three op- amount acceptable to this body. If
tions) $136,000 won't buy 218 acres then it's 2)) Co Homeward to this Country Home. One Acre Fenced 25-28
1. Reclaim a 218-acre section of its fOur decision to shut down (the pro rrbcJ.,___...",:.',.. .....,....----.L.-.t.--' "*$52.000" Sept.
previously mined land, with a provision -' ject)." Lakes ". 7:30-9:00 PM"Sunday
that it would produce a test site Charles'Justice director of the Fishing

showing the wire grass could be North Central Council .in 'Let Your Family Fish But Close to Town. -,1 OO Feet on Morning Worship ...._.___.-._11 am
cultivated successfully Gainesville said yesterday that theagency's Crosby Lake with Dock.I: .........__$25.OOO
Preserve a 218-acre site in the Clearing House Committeehad
proposed mining area.; already reviewed the matter Guest Speaker James H.Branch
3.Purchase 218 acres elsewhere to and had approved DuPont's proposal 964-763O .l I
preserve gopher habitat. with the $318,000 cap. as re- futar of FiUli Mauri B.ptirt is.mlIl.y Sine1963, d
Donald Luebke manager of Du quested. This recommendation will Suzann} :'Eltchcsls?4 t1 11
Font's Trail Ridge operation said be reviewed on tonight's agenda. Lie. Real Estate Broker Everyone Welcome
yesterday that the No, 1 option was ..J
out because the company leases the Aside 'from this issue, DuPont
land it mines and could not purchaseit must obtain development authority "
for reclamation. ,from County Commissions in each of
Oldenberg was not satisfied with the four counties before proceedingwith
just replanting wire grass for the project. Each county has its
habitat but also favored own ,criteria for granting this KEEP
reestablishing saw palmetto,.and authority.

Torodefrom 2 ', .. MaxieCarter'

( page lA) tions and have four more to finish by

is owned by Bob and James Johnson. the end of the year.
1 The four 10,000 gallon tanks shouldbe .
have been installing gasoline
They; in the ground by the end of this .
stations since 1969. This year they
have completed about 20 installa- ,week, said Bob Johnson.. Jr.Your '

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County' Commissionerfor
A, { =

.t District, 3

': Maxie Carter, Jr. has a 'proven ,track

record in working with other counties and

: YOU, ,state agencies to GET :THE ,JOB. DONE.

,ED WALLto .. ,Expanded' the PRISONER; WORK PROGRAM' which has

From 'provided FREE LABOR to the County.

all 'the voters .'Convinced the STATE, TO TAKE BACK THE COST OF'


',on .Sept., 13.E' Near Securing, Regional,' (Bradford, Union and Baker)'

.... Landfill site ,on State Property Near ,Raiford, '<-. which

.1C may:, 'result,in a:LOWER Garbage.Tax.,

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Support'you gave me 'in 'the ,. ., '\ '" ,

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recent election
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Vote .October 4 suK: f"vk3 trA a a e CarteX'I i/Jr.-,

N.PoLh v.: R.E. (Bobby) Biggs

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| Final Decision on State Owned Land for Solid Waste Due ,:,,1

A final decision on providing bal approved the site on state lands The Agreement... solid waste installation.'to the extentit the Cabinet Committee, and won ap- September 27 with a delegation from )
,_ prison property for a three-county at Ellerbee Curve In Union County The 200 acre site on state lands at is practical. proval from that body to proceed NRSWA. It is felt the Cabinet will
solid waste collection center will be for the solid waste installation, with Ellerbee Curve-will be appraised This agreement .was taken to a with the solid waste project. approve the recommendations of
made at the Tuesday Sept. 27, some stipulations: That all wetlands and the value thereof amortizedover meeting with aides to the members The Cabinet is the governmentalarm their aides, so the meeting
meeting of the Florida Cabinet, be excluded from the parcel that an a period of five years,'using of the Governor's Cabinet on that must give final approval, September 21 may have been the Important
Two meetings this week In archeological survey be made; that credit on" .tlping fees from' DOC Wednesday, Sept. 20. for the site to be used as the locationfor one that signals the go-
Tallahassee, and an earlier meeting an aerial survey be made with wastes. Equipment now used by Members of both NRSWA and a solid waste disposal installation ahead with the New River Solid
there, attended by a delegation from, .advertised LMAC, that a notice be DOC at landfills\ will be appraised DOC presented their agreement to The Cabinet wilt meet Waste Association !llana.Public .
the New River Solid Waste Associa' in the Florida Times- .and turned over to the NRSWA,with
tion (NRSWA) headed by Associa Union, that an appraisal be made on the value also used as credits on tip-
Chairman the land value of the site, and that
tion Joe Riddick, accompanied ping fees. If any new facilities are instituted -
by Bradford Commissioner ,contract be negotiated with DOC for by DOC in the tricountyarea
Maxie Carter Jr. and Solid Waste the management of solid wastes. wastes from these will also be

Director Darrell O'Neal, have an intergral part; of the agreement, NoticeNotice
resulted in bringing negotiations fora NRSWA And DOC...

200 acre tract on prison property in At a meeting of representatives of
Union County closer to a satisfactory NRSWA and the Department of Corrections DOC agrees to provide the system
conclusion. (DOC) held Tuesday, Sept. with all\ its wastesl and, if DOC needs
20, in Tallahassee, terms of agree- special ected above the of
LMAC... ment were reached whereby the six basic tipping fee, such will be done. Budget Hearing
The Land Management Advisory DOC installations in the tricountyarea The NRSWA agrees' to purchase
of Bradford Baker and Union from PRIDE such materials that
Committee ,
(LMAC) which is em-
powered to make recommendationsto Counties would receive equal treat may be available from them, and it The City of Hampton has tentatively'' adopted d budget for; .

the State Cabinet on matters ment with the counties In thedigp.'l is the intent of NRSWA to use Fiscal Year 1989- A to make FINAL DECISION
to of owned l -. ...".. .. -'''i PRIDE personnel in operating the public hearing a on
relating use state lands
the ,budget will be held on September,27., 1988 at Hampton

I Insurance Program Presented to LawteyA City Hall at 7:00: p.nriThe following Is a summary of The city of

Hampton Budget for the Fiscal Year Ending September# 30

representative from the Florida Vallencourt/ ''Brothers, Inc., of deplorable state," said Mayor Marvin 1989 < ,
League of Cities presented a comma Orange Park bid $10,500 to pave an Rosier, in asking the council to I < ,
prehensive insurance program to 18 feet width or $13,400 to pave 20 back his determination to "get it fix
the Lawtey City Council, at their feet wide; and Anderson Columbia ed." '" Total Of
regularly scheduled meeting, Tues- County, Inc., of Lake City submitteda The Mayor also wants to Category r ,
day, September 6 at 7:30 p.m, bid of$7,906 for the 18 feet width or reorganize the recreation board,and -:' 1;' ,All Funds ,
Quotes for comparing premiums $13,621 for a 20 feet wide pavement. appoint only citizens of the town of ,' I, ," :
''with those now being paid for comparable The bids were turned over the the Lawtey to a new board. ,' ... 'y;:::, / "c'::,, .. '
coverage were included, as city attorney Johnny Hobbs, for Councilman Buster Bennett asked Revenue < ,I ,, <, ,
well as quoted premiums for some study and to make recommendations that an estimate ,of repairs or Fund '" "I :'
General <' '' '': \i'89,915.00,,,
coverages not now held by the city. back to the council. 'something concrete be preparedand I".I\\ }iI,1. ,
The representative, Cindy Price brought back to the council"before General Fund Carryover: :: : \ ';, 9,892.00
of Jacksonville, quoted an annual l Fred Fox Associates, the grant approval is given to ahead .' "", '
premium, of $11,591 for a total coordinator' used in obtaining a with the project. go TOTAL : .:, ', '" ',,:' $99,807.00
package, Including liability insurance Block Grant for Improving housingin "The building is now locked and '
on fire trucks, police east Lawtey; will be notified by secure," said Mayor Rosier.The on- .
cruisers and maintenance vehicles, mail that he is being held responsible : :' '( '. :
.. ly costs to the city will be for ''Vi{! \: : 111"1"; ', < / \ \ .
.._ workman's compensation and ac- for correcting problems in some materials, he said, convict labor will Expenditures ,/U.ii; ,n:i v 11 JA 'JI\'I"1"\ ; ; :;(I I'. "
cidental death for employees and of the construction. Alease Williams' be utilized in the work, and it will "" : \ } t1 : :: $ :
fire insurance for city structures. home is taking in water and has cost 'only hundreds, 'not Administration :,j1ty1N\I'\ 'd;:#';n iJi1j1j$36.000.oo1r'I ,\;:: r : ;:;

The total cost of insurance last year warped cabinet doors in the kitchen. thousands," he said. Department I 'l'1i liIJh'i'I! \; ';'\ >i'' ; 4 000 00
but The house will deteriorate if the & .u I u ,i; i'J\\.:" ,' : I"MJ\ :
was $9,700, some were problems .
not included last year coverages, and some new are not taken care of., the' with Approval fixing the was ceiling given and to roof.proceed Recreation Department'sSanitation 1"i'l{ ; r t* ,fjj{ r.:\ ,. ':,,1Fa:;: f&&' 'i : 3,000.00
vehicles have been added. council agreed. '' \' '! ... "
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h The Florida League of Cities is a A budget ammendment was approved Department, "V''I! : ; .,'>'
non-profit organization, "formed in Marshal M. M. Jordan 'needs a by the council, In the General Street Department :' : ',' ..':; '\' :' ; ,',:';1i; {' i i S' l }:': ,{>.I'r": 32500.00
1976 when insurance rates became part time policeman tiGll in during Fund, In the amount of$12,524 to buya '/" '\ ', \ll:,,' I ,"r''' Vj'i':\; ", \ ,." ,' ,
and time off and Police Department; :, ', ',, : ,', ,' 1" 20"11'V'7.00
tight, according to Price, to pro-' vacations during new Police carp '' "' ",1'\IA,1\ .:j : { '"" '' "' i" ) ; "
"Vide' liability insurance to weekends. Only one application for TOTAL : 'i't'( ,:, 1.'i'i. : ;, .(; t''I'J.! :': 'iv" ,, ',' :' $99 807 00
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the is hand. The council will
'authoritative groups" at discount governmental Health advertise job on,one time' in the local ,::.\. :Ji"';..''', l:'::, \\r.\\\f.+\? ,;\: : }:';I,: (\ '!;'' u,"' ;.{':;' :' ,
prices. '
fJtna's "'.' .' ':"':.' ;, \ ,: (": ',:'\ !?(\ '''' '''' I' i '
for for the ,
insurance was added in 1980, and newspaper applications I ,'. "' : ',' ; .'" ." ,'",. ,-, "-" "" "
pension and retirement, plans, are position before a man is hired Revenues I' ," .,. ', "' '. ,, '
now also available.' ;5 Beauty SaCon. "
The coverages' premium City Clerk Queen Robinson is getting WaterCollections, >. : ,: ," $18,800.00
for water bills ', ,, :': ', '
quotes were given to the council for complaints large I : ,
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study, and will be considered at a which are caused by the meters not '
later council meeting. being read regularly. When metersare Haircuts.$6:00Wave.$25.: Water Department '. I" ,'If. ," : .
Bids 'widening read, sometimes larger than '
were opened
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and repaving a street in Northwest normal bills are sent to catch up. Mr Perm Expenditures I. . .
Lawtey, and the driveway into the Watts will be instructed to read all < .'. .
fire station. meters regularly, or "we will find < '
Three bids were recieved. The someone else who will,''' 964-2864 ,
Walding Co., of ,Jacksonville, bid 3 1/2 miles out 301 N. .
$13,900 to pave to a 20,feet width;, 'The recreation building\ is"in' a

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At its Aug. 30 meeting FLORIDA NATIONAL. ) ,' ;" :. .; ;, ,:,, .,' ; i''f",," / ::,, .: '
Drugs ,(FAD) endorsed a UNANOMOUSLY ''', .,, ' I "\ ,. ,.. '
Against '
resolution by Florida Informed THAT Florida Informed Parents for "' '," ", ., ,. I-l" ....I'' Ssi i(' "I CI.'(.,,j:'" Ihl,,,,\',\..({,.I"'I, '1< "'"", ;""'""'" ',,1._'I''''''' /''fnt1, ;,'"a'fa'HSeptember .?: "",.''; ','."'n!,'\i' ''"'ill':'.1,1''"',,

Parents for Drug Free.to Youth efforts, Inc.to Drug steadfastly Free Youth opposed Inc:. is completelyand to such : :,:':' '. : ',1\\) {/ ,b ;! (;& jli.Wf'ffi:!( j) }.t"t ;''R ) !1;,a \; j\I\: IIr;', r\;\ @ ; ;u"\" \(!,; ','
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urging decriminalize or, relax the laws legalization or to any relaxation in .16 1988 \f ,>; ft; : IJ 'I:(::' nJ i"l!" ) '' 'Iqll; f: ffi x'1i1jk, !", .II '\' r 1 It: ;i'
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against controlled substances. The laws pertaining to controlled ,\ ; ,r ; \ ;( } ta 'I r o fS( ,!'I'!
resolution reads: .substances. V : : I 'W'"iM, ': \:: : \; !;:;:; ) (, I Ij, 1'' ,i"/J1' > ))1 r. ,l
WHEREAS, drugs are responsible Adopted Aug. 4,1988. : \ : II liP, ; :.A \ : \<
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form of death by overdose, spread of New Officers.*. .' '', ": ;' I,.'r" : L ;" ,J":" ;" ', "i h'I..:'1: I;.,,' '("'1''I"'I''''', 1,' :' (;" ..}) "1';;" '{':'Y'II\i'V' ; ,' 4\\'j\ Jo(1 A'N'j.11'' :'
the AIDS virus, lost productivity and In other business, officers for the rr :. : '" ',"I.:, ", ', l(', ', ',;;;. ,'. :; .::''rI''':; :: : : \\I '\ ::: : ;' :\: ;,/ : : ; I )t !{ : :: I
crimes against persons coming were selected. Cochairmen ,' : : ;:, { :
drug-related year ,. ,, I" ,' ', ; :, mmmmmiiim" ; ; \ ,
and and; will be Adele Mitchell and r '. '' \ ,f ,! "'1 ', ,1 1'-,: \ ; : i, : : \\t "
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drug abuse and trafficking Rev. Patton, secretary I -., '" '1." 1 '. ", ," ''\. ;." ',"' ', "t,, < ', ,' .. I. \ :' I "L"fe: ,' l.'I"'iI" \ .t+t" ) a'O\' i i'f.\, ',iM&" : (\ i ?
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has placed a tremendous, Kathy Tye, corresponding secretary'' ', '.' ,' .' '. : : ,/"" ,; wr.q1':! '\\\ ::,,: ; I '
burden on Florida Law Enforcementand Bonnie King; treasurer Mary TO ALL INDIVIDUALS, CHURCHES'' CIVIC:. ,, ATIONS'<;AND: BUSINESSES. >aN !{ouR I'},Wlli(1i/i.. ( p mj11'\ ;'" I :
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come strain on these resources may be in several activities, including .' : ;" c" ,." ; ,::..',,',,.;' )\,;' '

alleviated by the legalization and National Red Ribbon Day ,Dna of our' important banking'' challenges is determining: and. meeting'' A:| : :::'./i :ii: i,: 1'i'.
of drugs, and; during the last week of October and many '' ; is/ \ i'il: (:: \; ,:i': < I Ia
regulation WHEREAS, the Board of Direc- county parades in order to keep the the: :credit 'needs ,of our. .local community.! As''bankers ...ovi'r.experience. ; ; ; '-\,,:, v, ;" ;; i '\\1\r/ ;;

tors of Florida Informed Parents for message of a drug free, society. .prettY'good teacher'asto, what those?needs, are;** ,But ;times, and;'circumstances : -\,(; :,';ifi: .fM(fa';% pS!':::

Drug Free Youth. Inc. believe that ,, before the public. change -iso, do' these needs, )?,.,, : '' \*':/; '''vf".''*.(! ';.\"H';; : .VtJ. !'w'wrUe ;5' ,
would be to will meet the fourth Tuesday'of i '. r', ,j : ), "
such action a message FAD .. : '" II .,' :
Florida's youth that drug useage is each month at 7:15: p.m. in the SE 'anld'e) "ff \ ; ",(''
acceptable; library. Wa:' need. 'your help. Please take,'the, time,to :'and give mee\ ,: : ?' };';,1; r t';, ,

your .credit needs ,/'and, those of our, community. ,If'you'd like, ,|'lMbe'i:;, i glad' \)'."'\' i)Xt! t';Flf'; .' ,+ I

,to. meet -' with groups, or .individually" to diSCUSS this matter., :':.' ',;(,. : U'," ) !i'\JViti\:\ ? \ ': i7 j" /' I

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y" '{' .' :.,'; 1. /s 'Uncle Ben' Walker Died at 121 '
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, Uncle ben Walker was born of slave, Uncle Ben was a patriarch of Biblical cle Sen's favorite advice to his sons and
r'r parents In Jefferson County in 1830 and I proportions, whose life spannned the ad- grandsons was "Never beat your wife-'
died in 1951 at the age of 121, ministration of presidents from Andrew you can beat yours as many times as you

" But to Mary Walker'Lee, Uncle Ben'seldest Jackson to Harry 'Truman. He was, ,.a see me beat mine"- which was never, of
'" granddaughter, 239 other; grand- 15-year-old teenager when Florida becamea course. When asked if he was bitter about
r \ ,,':' children, and Innumerable great state in 1845; 33 when the Emancipation his life during slavery days. Uncle Ben
-- ", ". grandchildren- Ben still lives on in I Proclamation was signed; and 89 when he would say, "No. The Lord will take care of
[I ,- : : \ ., song and story. They celebrate his took his second wife,aged 59. that. ('m just thankful to ,be alive and
with the well"
,' memory every year perhaps
0 ,, 1 largest family reunion held in Florida. The '
, ""The He attributed his good health to his
j jI Good Lord
. : most recent was in Tallahassee last July, favorite "home remedies" snake root,
; \ bringing together some 500 descendants of
briar root, and sassafras root tea ,for
I Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel, "Uncle Tom's Cabin"., suggested Uncle Ben and his wife Mary Ann, The Will Take Care whatever ailed him.For exercise he would
t ;'"" scenes of slave quarters such as these. '.' ,,;*,,:,II I/: :'; :! /',;';' '(,', ', next,wilt b? held in MiamI. sometimes walk from Monticello to
I :: :': ,"I:" ". ", > ",:1., ,''I' : Uncle Ben's parents worked as slaveS on Tallahassee and back home, "lugging" a
\ I'' the Walker family plantation at Lloyd of That"Over big load.of groceries and other supplies.His .

) ) " ', near Monticello, where he was brought up only "sin",if it could be called that
\ ': :" :' as a "farm hand", and early in life married back in days when he would
::: \ the ,Uncle Ben's descendantshave was slavery
Mary Ann Robinson from a neighbor- years
; with others in'swiping" one of "marsa's" -
):. : I : 'ing farm. From, family legend handed spread over six generations, and Include Join chickens, which would then be
down to her Mary Walker Lee says they uncounted hundreds of great, great- many boiled
etriTcmiALsi hidden under a mattress and later '
'/. : became husband and wife by the simple great, and great-great-great grandchildren Theirspecialtreat
: ,); ;:: "with all the feathers on"
"ceremony" of "jumping over the who stretch from California and would be a candy "pulling"
,I I' broom" which Florida to New York and Utah. syrup
" : : i/ was an, old tradition of when peanuts were added to the sticky
'" .. couples wishing to wed in slavery days. mixture and then pulled by partners until

: ,' 'Starke' and Blanding Should They had 16 children of their own, and "Never Beat ,it became a delicious white taffy.
Uncle Ben's wife became a noted midwifein
Ms. Lee recalls with' a chuckle, "He
the Lloyd area, "catching babies"for 25
would tell not to drink coffee it would
me or
f'' Work Together on, WWII Memorial ,, '. cents lady"according apiece. Mary to memories Ann was not1remo a "modest Your Wife"When turn me black*and always eat burnt bread

Sne was so modest she would e because it would make me pretty. I guess
her stockings in front of Mrs. Lee he Just didn't want to vJaste that burned
;/ anyone. slaves were freed after the Civil toast."
remembers that some of the older grand-
children stayed up late one night trying to Uncle Ben's ex-owner gave him 174 Mary Walker Lee has resided in Starke
moaernizing and its of land which he farmed
r beautifying acres as long as
National Guard officials, at Camp get a chance to see Grandma's feel Final- since 1926 and is a retired practical nurse.
i Blanding have already started develop. building and will soon be moving its offices ly, with a chuckle, she obliged their he first was 40 able. He went of without his life shoes, for the Her father, Isaac Walker, worked for the

, World War II Memorial Park and there from the present location on curiosity.; She was never seen without an eyeglasses years, and remained wore no Sistrunk family for many years in their
ing a straight as a
attract hundredseven -' Temple Avenue (U.S. SOlKTerwillegar> apron around her waist and had a special ramrod throughout his life store on Call Street and around the house.
will never
Museum which Motors is converting the former Koch's fancy'' one for'' Sundays. The family eked to having As the eldest granddaughter of Uncle Ben,
veterans and, use a walking cane., ,
! thousands- war out a living on a $9 monthly pension from Mary is proud of her heritage, which she
each Drug Store, and several adjoining properties A great common-sense Un- .
their relatives to this area ,year, the county philosopher (Says is, istory"
across from SFCC Starke Center .

.;' Starke which,:was ,,the host city' 'tothousands on East Call Street into a handsome new F .
. for its Ford and other : ..
' servicemen .and their headquarters new "
families during the WWII,perIOd, can car dealerships.", "' J .A ,Letters' Clean-up Drive "

\ serve a useful role: in a joint ,effort! ,to ,
I.' I help develop the Blanding Memorial into People returning, to Starke now, ,after 1 ( f.

\' an,outstanding ,tourist, attraction an absence: of,two or three years, are Prepare For SchedUlef' <

(. amazed at the' changes that have been Reader j'tA
Questions .
': ,Starke has an enviable Vocation made, both in appearance and in the )
News Value Given
[,: : t' U.S. 301 perhaps the busiest federal general atmosphere of being on the '
t 'move rather than decline. Much of this Fire Hunt Story In preparation for the Third Annual Starke Festival of the Arts on Satur-
with traffie ,
.;. highway in the State, a be attributed to the Starke Editor:' day and Sunday, Oct.15-16, Mayor/Commissioner Travis Woods has signeda
: count of more than 30.000 vehicles every change can ( proclamation designating September 26 through October 14 for a Clean- '
j t; day.' Blanding is' located on 'State, Center of Santa Fe Community College, Thank you Bradford County Telegraph, Up/Beautification drive in the City of Starke 1 '
for the big news-break of the Sept. 15 edi
i Highway 16, which is' constantly in- which has shown significant, growth tion! What a story I found on the front The resolution, adopted in cooperation with the beautification committeesof

:, creasing in traffic, but is still far short each year, since it was opened in 1985., page, first paragraph..a report of two the Woman's Club' of Starke, and the Starke/Bradford County Chamber, of

of the number traveling through on 301. ''devotees" (and whose opinion was that) Commerce, stated:
.. With all this activity and improvement 'firehunting in their hunt clubl! Whereas, the Third:f'Annua'Z Starke Festival of fheAtfS 'will

When the' Memorial ''Park and ;': !jA ; 'topnotch restaurant in a I,'am aware, that their activity was illegal be held on,Call Street Saturday and Sunday, Oct.. 15-lf. at

r Museum at Blanding are ready for historic building with a decorative going; but on there in this are community many illegal} state activities and tracting hundreds of visitors who will gain! a lasting impression

f, visitors, Starke could provide a World War II theme, in keeping with the, country. I want to know how the Bradford of STarke during this two-day period, and

;1"', valuable service by calling the attention Camp Blanding Memorial Park ,and County Telegraph decides to run this arti- Whereas this Impression can' be a favorable one, with

t" (of ex-servicemen, their relatives, and Museum, would be the icing on the cle on the front page, first paragraph great benefit to our City if all civic groups, clubs, churches,
t!.,. other tourists traveling on 301, to, the when articles such as kidnapping, grandtheft '
.. downtown cake. Veterans', visitors'andtourists possession of crack cocaine, schools, and other organizations well as individuals, will
,, 'new attractions at Camp Blanding. This on their way to Blanding would gravated battery are all in the back of your'ag- join in a united effort to present a clean and attractive at

role would be even more effective ifI' have a pleasant place to stop, enjoy' a publication? And yes,finally,on page 7B,I mosphere

Starke's downtown district had a top-;' 'good meal, and view some WWII artifacts -, found out why my two VCR's.blew. up last "Now, 'therefore, I, Travis Woods, Mayor/Commissioner, of
World Friday night
with a' colorful
I' notch restaurant, on their to the Camp. the
way City of Starke do hereby proclaim the period from Sept.
that would Linda M.Smith
: War II theme off 301 for a good meal on their Starke has already 'achieved much Colley Rd.,Starke 26 to Oct. 14 for a unified effort to Clean-up, Fix-up, and
, to turn
r' Blanding. toward its "Miracle of Call)) Street"., but Paint-up the City of Starke, and respectfully ask for the
;: way to Camp 'the momentum must be maintained., A' 'cooperation of all property owners and tenants in the City to

IY 1 I unique,"restaurant ,with good food and Moore to Remain ,join together: in making this a successful, unified,effort.
,_I An excellent location for' such 'a 'local color in the downtown district Neutral in Sheriff's'

:' restaurant would be ,the century old would go a l long way toward achievingour Run Off Election

:; Jones-Rosenberg' building which is goal, and attracting visitors to the 'To" the Citizens and
already on the National Register1] of Camp Blanding World War II Voters of Bradford County;
Historic Places, and still has murals ofInfantry As you know, I was a candidate for '
memorial .Forestry in Bradford
Divisions :; Sheriff of Bradford County subject to the CountyBy
I' ; serving atBlanding September Democratic Primary was un-
Y during 'World War II painted 'on ,its 'successful in that endeavor... David W,Norton

walls! The' State ,Bureau 'of Historic. This 'is :EMT Week, Since the election I have given' much' County Forester

Preservation is insisting that ", thesemurals' thought as to the course of action I should This article in'the
: preserved,for their historic take in the election. After much appeared November- takes 13 years after a seedling is set before'you
\ December 1987 Issue of Forest Farmer can get any kind of return, and then
'value and interest.' is turned this week thought and prayer I believe it to be in the The author Mr. C.M. ,
The spotlight on magazine. Stripling,' only if you are lucky and thinnings don'tCost'more
best Interest of all concerned that I remain
Emergency Medical Services (EMS) was the National Outstanding Tree than they earn. If you are grow'
1 Since this building was purchased by personnel throughout the State. Every neutral. Contrary to what candidate has been Kenneth said, I ,Farmer of the Year. Mr. Stripling has ing saw timber, you are looking at 23 or
,' the with federal funds it am not supporting some Interesting comments to note regar- more with
; City grant cannot years thinning now and then
committed Sheriff Reddish.
day of the year Etheridge or Dolph
emergency ding both and taxes that
be demolished without the City making plain taxes affecting might cover your annual expenses. If
f medical specialists devote: their work- Regardless of which candidate wins the timber. His i is not to .
purpose anymore growing pulpwood, you would harvest in
a 'good faith" effort to have it I election I do not wish to become an makkeyou
1 ing hours,to saving lives and minimiz: [. upset than you are."Last ., about 20 years with a lot less earnings foryour
restored. the entered employee of the Bradford County Sheriff'sDepartment '
Recently, City labor
t ing the effects of unforeseen injuries.To '
( an 'agreement with the Bureau of in the near future. year about two weeks before Con-
' Historic Preservation to ''have ,this honor them,' Governor Martinezhas For the past several weeks and at the gress was to vote on the tax reform bill, I It is my belief that Congress has to take
; declared the week of Sept 19-24 as present 'time, I have been preoccupiedwith did a little arithmetic on my projected in- another look at the timber situation in
organization use its expertise to market ,
,, Medical Services Week the critical illlness of my mother.: I, come for the year and what it could mean regards to capital gains. Perhaps there
the building for restoration and use..The Emergency appreciate the kindness shown me and my in 1987 and beyond under the tax reform could be a waiting period of five to ten
': "Structure and its property will be sold The emergency technicians, nurses, family during this time., measure. I was surprised when I came up before after the purchase of timberland
G for a moderate sum to anyone who will and physicians who work ''in BradfordCounty with a$7,000 increase over 1986.1 called an it would be eligible for' capital
I I4: to make these improvements and and others throughout the state Glen A. Moore aide to our representative in Congress and gains. With so long of an investment,
agree deserve this recognition for' a service Route 2,Starke ,asked if they knew that this bill would increase capital gains should be automatic.
i convert it to use. taxes for a lot of their constituents. ,with no tax incentives, the only'way
that'is often taken for granted those
, by He seemed a little bit surprised, but said trees will be
There' are ''several restaurants inf Notice'to'Writer get planted ,through
,who benefit from it. Unless it is our
that the bill would pass. I conceded this government such the Conser-
; nearby cities that use World War I child who has ,been struck by a' drunk ,Of Unsigned Letter point but told him there would be a lot of ,vation Reserve Program (CRP).Don't get

decorative,themes, but 'none, so far as driver,' or our nephew who forgot to Your letter signed "Concerned Voters" ,angry voters come April 1988. me wrong; I am an ardent supporter of
,we know, with World 'War II decor wear his helmet on a fateful motorcycle I does not comply with our requirement that CRP,but only so far as it pertains to taking
Starke,'the home of Camp Blanding for tend to about the all letters must be signed by the writer, In March of 19861 carried my books to an marginal crop land out of production and
ride, we forget men accountant and told him when he got
with and address therefore cannotbe
name ,
better .
The incen-
almost half a century, would be an ideal and who stand making out the tax income form croptrees.
women ready to respondto through
published. Names will be withheld on tive ngthe timber needs to be in
'setting for such a restaurant! There are emergency calls at any hour of the, request, but must.be known by' The for 1986 to use the same amount of income product for its own profitability pro-
, many Camp Blanding World War II armtifacts day or night.Emergency., Telegraph before being printed. and deductions and make out the 1987 and not for government payments.

It,. souvenirs, memorabilia etc., Medical Services Week, ,,1988 tax tax reform returns law.using' guidelines of the If you are.not already aware of what the
that could be collected in this area including 'gives us a chance to 'shine the spotlight' new Tax Reform Act of 1986 did to your tax

,: w those, famous silk pillow topsI' on them, and say thanks. They have a'' Demo Committee', He ran my 1986 income and deductions situation, you will be the next time you
dozens of through his computer using the 1987 and have a timber sale and figure taxes.,
that were on sale at shops difficult and do it well. return 'we your
ta- the GI trade along ''Call job, In. Plans Activities; 1988 tax changes. To my dismay, my 1987 If you get mad, let your congressman
catering can at least offer public acknowledgement taxes would be up 57 percent over 1986; know about your anger. Maybe' when
I', Street. These items ''would be ,i ideal to that we appreciate what they are. Elects'New;Head and my 1988 taxes up 71 percent over 1986 enough congressmen have heard ,from

,lend the right atmosphere to a doing., using the same Income and deductions thatI I angry timber landowners, capital gains
restaurant decorated in a World War,II reported on my income tax return for will become a reality again'
J, theme. 'And perhaps, even more importantrin Tentative plans for a four-county 1986. The return took four pages for 1986
their,eyes we can listen to their warn- Democratic rally before the November 8 and it took nine pages for 1987 and 1988-an
Call Street has shelved its once 'Ings and heed their advice. If this is General Election were made at a meetingof increase of over 100 percent In paperworkfor The first worker' computation:
the Bradford County Democratic Ex-' law. agreement was made In 1693 between ,
and the new f
j dilapidated atmosphere now done the benefits will be great, and we ,
ecutive Committee Tuesday night, Sept. Captain William "''dd. the
presents an attractive atmosphere with will help them save lives, and have. 13. As planned the rally will include Brad- 'The main reasons for the increase are pirate, and hit, crew, according. to
landscaped off-street parking in' the fewer injuries to attend to. ford, Baker, Columbia and Union Coun loss of capital gains and Income averag" the U.S. tabor DepL""If any man
downtown district, and other improvements ing. 1 understand that Umber growing has should Loose aLgorArm (",ye said
t., made under the recently ,And what are their messages? Wear ties.Darla Starke been linked to other abusive tax shelters service; : ." Kid said "he thoufd six

Downtown Revitalization safety belt, obey speed limits, don't chairman Christopher of,the Bradford attorney DEC, warelected to that Congress was trying to do away with. .hundred piece of Bight or six able
L This is naive thinking. In South slaves,"
drink and drive., Develop safe Georgia, l\
r Project. And more progress is continu fill the vacancy left by resignation of cur- ,
f 'pedestrian habits, place our infants in rent chairman Jewelle Brown.Olivia Scott
ing. The handsome 1914 Bradford Coun-' and call ,the EMS 'of elected to
i'', child safetyseats, Lawtey was secretary succeed
ty 'Bank building at Call and Walnut number 911 ,as soon as we spot, an. Murial GUhooiey, who retired after
Streets has been purchased and is now' emergency.This ., many years of service.'
undergoing restoration for Use by 'a members welcomed to the sl
Is simple,sound advice. If followed New committee ; -
Gainesville/Starke CPA' firm., In the ourselves. and we also were Curtis and ValmarSo! .

block next to City Hall on North Thompson :honor, we our help EMS professionals. 'Doyle Griffin.and Brenda Thomas, and Evelyn William' Baffin an En" n.v1g.tor., explored Qree/nland' and Baffin Bay

'Street, Central Telephone Co. Is'V. while/' searching for the Northwest P....". to Asia. ,

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Woman's Club First Fall/!. Meeting Green-Underhill Vows

I f' Stresses .Conservation ,Theme I

Exchanged at
The first'' fall meeting of the stalled as 4th Vice President by past Blanding
I Woman's Club was held with a luncheon president Mrs. Herbert Thomas, I
at the clubhouse Wednesday who also presented a plaque given to
Sept. 14. Carrying out the theme 01 the club by the Bradford County The Officers' Club at Camp Blan- rangements ''of peach 'flowers
I Conservation,, the speaker, Carolyn' Special Olympics Committee In apn ding was the scene of the beautiful throughout the area. Individual
Autry,told the group that beauttf ica-' predation of its contribution to the wedding of Eoline Green and Gary tables held small arrangements with
Hon is also a division of conserva- 1987-88 program. Pat Connelly was L. Underhill on July 9. Eoline Is the peach candles in the center. The
tion, whose purpose Is the preserva recognized for her outstanding workon daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Harry Green mantle was highlighted with various
thin of natural resources. this project. !P Ps of Starke. Gary Is the son of Mr.. & shade of peach rose, daisies and apple -
''The speaker stated that In Starke, Mrs. Jerome Johns, chairman of Mrs. Reginald L, Underhill of blossoms, accented on each side
the restoration of the downtown arrangements for this meeting, was Kingsley Lake. with hurricane lamps with tapers.
district and its historic buildingswas assisted by her hostess committee, The patio, with the lake in the 'The bride's table, centered In frontof
carried out with a' grant of Lucy White, Jane Trawick Joyce' background, was the scene chosen. the mantle, was covered with.a
for the ceremony which was lace cloth over satin peach
federal funds received through the Riherd, Carol O'Steeen, Betty Warren '
by Mrs. Susan Patrick underliner, It centered with the
State. It was pointed out that this and Betty Castell. I
project would not have been possible '. 'Notary Public. An arch of lattice wedding cake topped with peach
without many hours of planning and r '\ work decorated with peach dogwoodand flowers, doves, tiny roses, pearl
work done by volunteer members of, ;,; : greenery was placed at the edge sprays and peach ribbon. A tiny arrangement
the Downtown Progress Committee.: '. of the patio as the focal point of the, to match the top was
hl, I wedding. Palms and ferns were placed between layers. Decorated
s( "How wonderful It Is that the Old ,.... placed at various points around the candelabra accented each side of the
,f,' Courthouse was preserved and isis First Christian Church .; arch with silk peach dogwood trees" table. Mrs. Phoebe Bakken and Ms.
now a thriving community collegeit. .forming the background of the arch. Nancy McAdon (aunts of the bride)
.,-> center, Mrs. Autry said. She Receiving,Donations/ t l. The arch was made and decoratedby served the cake.
no-i displayed large photographs showing For..Gilbert Victims Mr. & Mrs.'Joe Bakken,aunt and The groom's cake was a three-
1.. -> various stages of the preserva- uncle of the bride.'' tiered German chocolate cake, baked
ixu tion project and urged members to The First Christian 'Church of A program of nuptial music was by the bride's mother. It was uni-
look around and oliJerve"ollier") old l lt'l Starke asks that everyone help witha presented by Lisa E. Kelly, pianist quely decoated with frosted grapes
homes and commercial buildings Bradford County effort to collect and William E. McRae, soloist and and a fisherman In his boat on top.
,I that should be preserved. and send non-perishable food, guitarist.
The cake was served by Mrs. Judy
Since the conservation of wildlife clothing: household items (sheets, Reggie Underhill served! his son as Prevatt (the groom's aunt).
..'.;' is also an important factor in preservation towels,blankets, quilts, etc) and any best man. The food table, covered with lace,
other donations to the people
; decorations for this meeting Ms. Peggy Richardson served as held a wide variety of food and was
., included mounted wild animals plac. are in great need after t being hit by. matron ol honor; wearing a peach prepared by. Mrs. Oleeta Harden-
ed at intervals on the stage to stress Hurricane Gilbert. W. Mr& Mrs. Gary Vnder ill tea-length dress 01''eyelet 'The brook (bride's aunt), assisted by
support of the club's project, "Save The First Christian Church, 507 sleeves and dress hem featured Mrs. Marilyn Hardenbrook, Mrs,
.is. Our Species"; Centering this display' Call St.,Starke,will be open on Sept. scalloped hems. She wore a ring of Carolyn Hardenbrook, Mrs. Martha
22, 24, Sept. 29, and Oct. 1 from
Mc> was'an arrangement of ferns. peach silk roses with pearls and Green, Mrs. Faye 'Andrews, Mrs.
"?; Mrs. R.A Green, Jr., president 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. to receive all dona satin streamers in her hair. She carted Ruby Howell, Mrs. Charlotte
tions. Please bring items to the West Quarterback Club
Gator Meeting a basket of various shades of
"jI*' conducted the business meeting andMrs. Christian McGraw, Miss Shea Howell, Mrs;
'" ; devo- entrance of the church on peach daisies, roses, stephanotis,
: > Jane ,Trawick; gave the Linda DiPaolo and Mrs. Carolyn
''r tional. Mrs..Al Crosby, Jr., was In.3. Street. ''The Starke Gator QuarterbackClub 'be UF.Line Coach Phil Maggio. and apple blossoms.Satin streamers Sweat.

,. .;. will meet Thursday, Sept. 22 at, The 'club is opening up Its Oct. the'matching the headpiece completed Punch tables were presided over
Miss Jennifer ,
the' Starke'' Golf & Country Club. to Nashville for theVanderbilt arrangement. ,by Mrs. Tina McRae, Mrs. Gina
lii: : Social time begins at 6:30, followed Game to non-members: Richardson was'junior bridesmaid, Frazeee, Mrs. Dea Paterson Mrs.
by a covered dish supper and If' interested call Marty Barry and she was attired identically to the Karen Stromsness, Mrs. Sheila Mc-
: I would sincerely like to thank all meeting at,7 p.m. Guest speaker will 9646300. matron of honor. Clellan, and Mrs. Andrea
a: The bride, escorted by her father
;: ... Waterhouse. Mrs. Ruby Hudson (the,
for their vote' and hard and given in marriage by her'' bride's aunt) was in charge of the Ic| ,'
;;\. my supporters Dr. William Lennon Honored 'with Retirement Party parents, wore a lovely designer ed tea table.

4." work during my ,time of campaigning The Hilton Hotel' In Gainesville'' Attending with Dr. Lennon'were dress round of.lace ivory yoke jacquard bodice,and featuring a deep a Satin by Miss birdseed Amanda roses Bakken were passedout Miss

''was the setting for a party honoring his wife; Geri son Billy and his three lace yoke with tiny self-covered but Heather Bakken, and Miss Car,
*.' -for Sheriff. Dr. William Lennon's retirement as daughters, Kathleen, Loree and .tons that descended to the waist In, Kaye Hardenbrook.
Executive Director of the Bradford- Michelle. t. the back. The skirt
was highlighted After spending some time with
<;;;j' Putnam-Union Guidance Clinic. with rows of flounces in the back anda their guests the newlyweds left by '
'.1 :; Staff and friends hosted the party large bow at the waist. Her bou- boat driven by Mr. & Mrs. BIll, ,
..... \ given in honor of Dr. Lennon's 16 quet was a cascade of ivory roses, McRae.
years service. He will be continuing Fiftieth Anniversary stephanotis and other tiny flowers. All flowers were deslgned'nd.ar
.;: ;. his career in their field'' of Celebration to.Honor Pearl sprays, lace leaves, peach ranged by Mrs. Clifford Jackson. I
Once psychology in private practice at the'' Mr, & Mrs. C.L. roses and satin streamers completed Pictures were taken by Les and '
\ Lake Butler Hospital &;;, Hand CooperMr. the lovely bouquet. The Judy Becker and Lee Hardenbrook. I
Surgery Center. & Mrs. Clarence L. Cooper request -- ride's only jewelry was a diamondand Video camera operator was Nelson
JG ,Again i One hundred friends participatedin the pleasure of your company gold necklace given to her by the Green, brother of the bride. '
this event, with many sending at a reception honoring their Fiftieth groom. ., '. The bride is a graduate of Brad-
best wishes and regrets at being'' Wedding Anniversary on Saturday. Mrs. Carolyn Eaves directed they; ford High School St. Johns Com,
THANKS! unable to attend. Special guests October 1, from 2-5 p.m., wedding., munity College and' Fla. State
I were Rev Nicholas Daniels,"president The reception will be' held at Immediately following the University. She Is a teacher at
of the Board of Directors, Madison St. Baptist Church ceremony guests were invited into''' Lawtey ,Community'' School. The
Judge'David Reiman, Ms. Bonita fellowship hall and is being hosted the club' for the reception. Ms. groom is a graduate''' Bradford
: King, Retired Sheriff 'John by their children. All friends and Marion Douglas and Mrs. Glenda' High School and is employed at E.1.
y Whitehead, and Attorney Gloria. relatives are invited to attend. Petelle (the groom's aunt) greeted DuPont, Highland Plant. The''
I Glen A. Moore Fletcher of Gainesville, a former guests upon arrival. newlyweds now reside in Starke.PHOTOGRAPHY .
colleague; Mr. Chris Connelly, interim Terwillegar MotorsTo The bride's book table, covered ,
director was master ofceremonies. with a lace cloth centered with a '.
i Host Chamber Mixer bride-doll and peach arrangement, t.'
Terwillcgar Motors will host' the was tended by Mrs. Susan Bakken By ''
Cathy Wooley'
September Chamber Mixer which and Mrs. Linda Lazenby (the
t: will be held Tuesday September 27 groom's sister)" Mrs, Dimple' 964-4151-964-6066'' \
at their new offices on Call Street, Overstreet was in charge of the gift
Weddings, l
I Engagements
CITY OF LAVTEY BUDGET'.sUc. I.I Cold Koch's Drugs). table which was decorated with -

I i. -bi'.AoIJ. ; ,..,<(ri c., irur D >1JJ1 ,C.,J'51r, ..a.93s\ ,fL 2vrt.i.'So rw a..r w.w rti" ,,., '' ;'tt i.::, ,..4t':: ;!.:''tl '! t.
The' City' of Lawtey has changed xnillage,rate to 2.656, I I ,I

therefore there is no increase in taxes. ',' (l lI
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I CASH BALANCES BROUGHT FORWARD:.!i''';;:;/II"3',; .,: '/ 4'2,4' 8 THANK YOU !

ESTIMATED REVENUES ' '" ; 'H:;;:,?'' ':{ ;""i"J; \ I ,'>I,"I, '.,, ;, .I,
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: 'TAXES "'-\i"'f.I,.(,? ., .;V'-7A"928.6"8' !!f: ; '

,i LISCENSES AND PERMITS ,' <. ':"{;;, ;r' ',':' 5250.98

I REVENUE. \ 50,864.00CHARGES' ,

FINES AND ,, ,',' Dear Friends:
/ };; ,", 76794.12
MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE ",,' :/ ):.;, 25.703.

'Total Reveries 'and : ,." ','.'.:, 'I.' Last 'Tuesday! ,you honored me ''with "election as'your Senatorfor i

:Other Financing Sources,' l I.'.: :i"1.4,.:' '253466.22 the ,Fifth District. i' L

Total Estimated 'Revenues' ,1J 1/, .I'::'' ;. 'To"'those_ who voted for me, 'promise'' that I Ishalrdo ( '

and Balances N.. .,. iA1" ); .' ,\"' '" "'i7r4A61'r'\" )/.,. '" r'Air '. ,',, everything I I' can, to bring'about the changes 'that. .I talked '. :* .

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tlu M :" "'''//oI', '!l:,<,:")' }jt 1'I'\\'!/)\ ';,1 GENERAL G VERNMEN ':? SERVICES, "r It")h '' .:'':Sw.si'Vgis.63:: ''! those of you who voted for Mr., HolHngsworth thank you: : \

PUBLIC-SAFETY '- 1,,'':v"' ,:','' 'feW/f:; : ''' 'IM1\:!! ; %I"" ,946.61 You, took the ,time and. trouble to vote; you made: "The: I,

n. PHYSICAL NVIRO MENrf; :' ,\V; /,, 'iMii\ ;: :" ,1",8,556.37 American Way" a fact. Your man maynot"' have won but you ; :
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'913: RECREATION <'. /' \ v-"t! : ;:II( .'' -4500.00 still have a Senator who.:willwork, for :You ,- i Sherry '. t

eajrKS*! !- TRANSFER TO WATER ,FUND ., '" ; '. ',' '\;vV:-:( 48,248.90 "

t..l! ': I v' '. \ .,'.:,: '", ','," \ '. shall, need your help, your Ideasyour, adviceyourcriticism| :

::- ,Total Expenditures/Expenses :( ':':::):" ': 250,115.16' 1"' ',
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6A TELEGRAPH September 22,1988

Sandy Dudding Honored With ShowerSandy I Attention I

I All BHS Graduates t'
Dudding, whose marriageto The gift table was identical to the NEED A BIDE
This year the Class 'of 1961 will
Mark Jones of refreshment table, with centerpiece '
was an event Sept. a *
host the Third Annual Reunion of all
17,was honored on Tuesday evening of silk flowers arranged on a BHS grduates immediately) following :FOR A ,
.ore Aug. 30 with a miscellaneous bridal piece of driftwood.A lovely lavender the
homecoming game.The dateis
shower given by her many friends at ruffled parasol was above the table, Friday Oct. 14. ,PUSON'VISIT
,Pine Level Baptist Church. and the walls were decorated with Music from the 50s and '60s will '
The shower was held in the church straw hats butterflies, and fans,accented bd played by a disc jockey for your ?
fellowship hall,which was beautifully with greenery placed at vantage listening and dancing enloyment.
decorated using the bride's points around the room. This reunion will be held at the
4 .chosen colors of lavender,and pure Several games were enjoyed by Starke Golf and Country Club im Call '
d guests, after which '
Sandy opened
'pie.Upon mediately following the game.
her arrival,the honoree was her!:.,many useful gifts. Make plans now to attend. 'The 964-6864
presented with a silk flower corsage past two years have proven to be an
as were her mother. Mrs Hazel Southslde Elem./ event( you won't want to miss I -- -
Dudding, and the groom's mother
Mrs. Florence Jones. Sandy was Plans/ Carnival

also given a lovely satin and lace Southside Elementary School is =
memory-and-guest-book made "kicking off their Halloween Car
f ,., especially) for her as a momento of nival plans with an exciting sale of
the occasion. raffle tickets. First prize is a
C5 2
The forty', guests enjoyed an .wonderful day-long cruise from Port
assortment of finger foods, which '
Canaveral: and a night's lodging at .
v were served from a refreshmenttable the Holiday Inn in Cocoa Beach! (Or 'IrQu.ntum
covered with a lavender you may r'trade-in" first prize for :
;f. t 'j tablecloth with a.white skirt. The $150 cash.) Second prize is four
'. l centerpiece was a lovely bride doll to Busch Gardens in Tampa.
.. ,,:.,:;, It, dressed in a full crocheted whit-..-passes If you are interested in helping "PUTS SAVINGS' ON THE LINE"
+ ,'''.... .' '" i dress,, accented with lavender rib- PTA and get in on all the '
.. ....,s: ', '\...- ;;'IIo'1)" A bons and roses. The cake was excitement, please contact a 2-5 "

'," '1"" decorated with lavender and purple' grader .and purchase several $1
<("I" i'I. -- roses. chances to win one of these great
prizes. You may also stop by the.
Mrs. Robert Allen school office., I
Ground-Breaking Sunday Winning tickets will be'drawn on ,
I. .Faulkner-M; Wed June 25Miss ; At First Baptist, Starke Oct 22 at the Carnival.You need not Summer 'Tank Installation'
be present to win, but are invited to '
There will be ground-breaking make your plans now to come,have SPECIALSAS
ceremonies this Sunday for the new supper with us and en joy an. eveningat ,
Christie Jane' Faulkner/ The bride and groom were both building at First Baptist Church in the Carnival! -
daughter ,of Mr. & Mrs James H. 1980 graduates .of Bradford High. Starke.
Faulkner' of Starke, became the The bride is employed by Baker The ceremony will be held in the ,,$,4650
bride of Robert Wayne Allen, son of County ASCS Office in Macclenny. area behind the sanctuary at 10:40 jgister Sept. 8 '&'9 .,I
Mr, & Mrs/pavid Tetstone of Starke The groom is employed by a.m. This time has been selected to ;
and Gordon Allen of Raiford. on'' Tidewater Equipment Company. accommodate all those who attend between 4 cti'6 P'M' ; Includes tank Installation

June 25 at the First Christian.,Churchin The newlyweds now reside In the two morning worship services of ,. BaiJitGrp ( to 30* of material) .'
up ,
who attend the
Starke. ,Starke. the church. Those .
The lovely double-ring ceremony ''early service (8:30: a.m.), and then Tank full of gas .
was performed by Rev. Charles attend Bible'Study hour (Sunday .Jau' tank rental until 1989
Reese of Johnson City Tenn. Nuptial School\) will dismiss from their No ,
I music was provided by Mrs Charge Card classes at 10:35: to go to the ground- I Complete gas Inspection '
Mona Canova.Mr.Robert Jones was breaking ceremony. Those who attend
the soloist. For TeensA the 11 a.m. worship service are ,of your appliances ,
The bride, escorted by her father 'encouraged to arrive early'for .
library card .
and given in ,marriage by her can give a teenager ground-breaking ceremonies.The .
a real edge on school,on fun and the
parents, sore a Cathedral length future.. new structure will be a three-
lace gown trimmed in sequins and story building housing a large
pearls, and carried a cascading bou- That's the message of a cam-, fellowship hall to accommodate the S s'rUvi( ,2350, SW Archer Rood
quet of pink and white silk flowers. paign to sign up every teenager for a church family a banquet type set Suburban Galn.svlll.,;Ft
Maid of Honor Tract Smith wore a. library card sponsored by the Brad ting. There will be a music suite 'OF' .M{E': Propane"Quantum
pink satin tea-length gown with lace' ford County. Public'; Library and' Construction of the new bwlding at Old Call Toll-Free ,e
Bookmobile Services:' Armory
''will Oct. 3w
overlay,and carried a white lace fan'accented begin
"We think a Across from BHS 1 18003308998ThraMbd.
with pink and,white' of the library card as :
flowers. All flower arrangements' credit card for teenagers, offering 964-7098 or 964-6792 ..'11..,_............M.. ..n..w..MR...
unlimited education and entertain Hospital; AuxiliaryHas
were created by Mrs. Lori Thompson -:
sister of the groom. ment with no annual'fee and no \ September It'**'' .
Charles E. Baker served as'' best finance charges," said Library tlng
man with James R. (Butch), Director Sue Crum.. Bradford Hospital Administrator
,Faulkner (brother of the bride) and 'We also want them to know the 'Rip O'Steen and Director of Nursing Prke8 ...,.
Harvey Smith serving as ushers. library is where they can get Lynell Gaskins were both guests at r
Mrs. Beth Williams kept the straight Information.about almost the auxiliary dinner at' Western ,t PARtY iiaaS
..bride's book and guests were any thing drugs, teen pregnancy, Steer on Monday night Sept; 19. Sept.
greeted by 'the wedding party,'as' sex education .' with no questions President Linda.Johns conductedthe .'
they entered the fellowship hall. asked, said Crum. meeting Mr. O'Steen described Sept XSth.
The cake, punch and party foods Brenda Hulsey Outreach outpatient 'services available At Our &.fhLocation
were, arranged on tables covered Librarian, said the Bookmobile also through the hosPitalIn his presentation ,,, a Msed.a.r
wth army-navy cloths and decorated offers many resources for personal entitled, 'Beyond Survival- ,R n*R r 0....
with silver candelabras bearing pink enjoyment popular magazines' Thriving". pNUV' ai 11a laTsIR
candles. 'The' beautiful three-tier, books on new fall fashions,how to fixa New members 'since the. last ? p
wedding cake was made by Mrs. .motorcycle, how to get.an A on) meeting were welcomed- Allen, !
Grace Fullwood as her gift to the your next term paper. Geneva ''Tucker, Eunice Searing,
bride. Th .chocolate groom's cake '. The Bookmobile and main library and Lillie Bridges
was decorated with a hunting scene. has all kinds of stuff to help you get Important dates volunteers will be
smart about school and life. we offer needed are: .. npN- ...........
everything from Baryshnikov ,to Oct. 15-16-Arts Festival. Rose McConnell ....? .._
UDC Program Reviews Beatles, Crum said. and Betty Castell are in, SPECIAL
BCPL charge of hamburger stand. V In-Store 11-11 taMlintsv!,
Crum noted that the assists
War Record of W.T. WeeksAt Nov. U-Christmas Bazaar. Sharon ""s r' w
students in developing research Cr R.YLVAN ,sal. Piomotiorls"Au '"" + air
the first tall meeting of the W.T, skills that are increasingly impor- Gaines and Wilma Terry are in .
,Weeks Chapter, UDC,held Monday, tant in an information driven socie charge. Handmade objects and food ..,.. .. At Our Mew ; '4.iJJC 4. ",
Sept. 19 at the Bradford Family'' items will be sold. Each member is ...:.. ... g w wu 9 t MDDLEBURG; ou$5
Restaurant, Mrs. Herbert Thomas ty.The library also has informationon requested to furnished at least.two '::".." .,. Location.
presented a program on WT. Weeks how to get jobs,.vocational training -, items. ,
for whom the chapter was named. college and the military. Dec.9-Christmas Open House Tea. INTM Come Check *
William T. Weeks was reared on a i It's important kids know we're,' Servers and food will be needed. ..... Them Out I sLL1S0 2"10 .
farm in Columbia and Orientation for all auxiliary ..... .
County, serv- more than books and a quiet place to =
ed in the Confederate army: from study, said Crum. The library can members began September 21 IcI 449 495 BLISCH BECK'Sirii
May 1861. to May 1865. Dunng his help them with. all aspects, of their Dates for future orientation will be a.h,11U131 ,
first enlistment he was imprisoned life, announced. >fIedu TAYLOR
.- in Key West' and upon being exchanged -
l'' for another prisoner,' he
enlisted again and served in Cedar aar. ?
; Duct 2 A99 '=
Key.' He fought at the Battle' of ...a.. uu ..w Bins BiibbTnrlo.
Olustee and Middleburg.,besides ;. .RrarxA u+e 1
several smaller' skirmishes in the'
vicinity. Mr. Weeks served as Clerkof
the Court in Bradford County for'
32 years. He died in 1933 and ,Is THANK ..........
buried in Crosby Lake Cemetery at ,... .'\O\tR"'n"' ;:; ..
Starke., His daughter. Mrs. Dea iV .,,ll, kI
Weeks Wilson, resides in .Starke.:, y M.w
Material for this program was obr YOU. I rUtl
1 tainedtrom copies of records from ; r vs urEp -

the Confederate Museum "in Richmond _....ACM.....--
The President. Mrs.' Franklyn e..r FRO ENe
Weisgerber, conducted the business
meeting and told the group of a plan ACAkUI-M... !1. 1.99 ,
being devised by a .group ,of) c-Aaro
businessmen to turn the Battle of Bradford
,Manassas battlefield into a shopping ;Registered
mall. The United Daughters of the
Confederacy is opposed this, and County'-who helped me during! my' bm USHER'S LW. _
the local chapter is endorsing this, o .500
Clerk'of the SCOTCH
opposition,movement, with a dona-' recent, : candidacy for (unlucky Bourtxm json.'q
Luncheon was served following Circuit: Court. Glen Dries y, 1.7S LITER 9 -,y 1.75 t
\ 12 R. 1249
the meeting.\The tables held centerspieces 12 YEAR OLD.
of small American and
federate flags with blue flowers in HKXANDMALT CLUNY >e fl'_

white, vases .and individual Harold K.,Davis SCOTCH 88TW SCOTCH uNv -ane-
'placemats were red and blue. Pd.PoI.M". c.. PROOF ,r.w. Kentucky

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Comfort : .:
I order to prdVlde,faster response to emergency and LIQUEUR U/AIMANo's

"After Hours' calls, a new telephone number has been placed + : e' $ 750 M679_ CAlI.. 'a LITER. My'snO

r service.'The' ,new number-to call,'when the City Hall Is closed 83.00 699

'Is: "
964 6563 a '
1.75 '
This location Is the control l room at the City Power Plant. All 200 GIN CANADA DRY

reports of electric water gas sewer and street problems shouldbe t- ... .M*

reported to this number at any time when the City Hall Is LEER 990GORDON'S 2 LITER

closed. "' ,

This change will become effective, Friday September 16,',1988 MVIS s GILBEY'SVODKA

at 5:00: p.m. '

I Thank you for your co-operation. LITER fTER

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II Brooker Budget is First to Exceed 100.000 COMMUNITY NEWS

The Brooker City Council voted to. moneVaJ last year based on current money borrowed to pave the streets ditures We"I\ ; I r rum$26,600 to Baptist Association...
( advertise. Its budget as presented, property evaluations., In the Shady Oaks Subdivision. Road $25 687. Parks and Recreation werereduced The Mt Sinai Missionary Baptist
it : I.. maintenance reduced from $2,300 to and Assn. will begin tonight, Thursday,
Tuesday night August 30 at a last year was 1.084, with was some $1,300,
;;Iw".,.t:,I, : NOTICEI! special meeting called for that purpose -, each mill producing $1,500 In taxes. ,$9,000, so the total Street and Light the fire department was cut.about Sept.22.with the local program to be
;I""l :, Did The rolled back figure of 1.074 will account was increased only $3,000. $500, from $7,088 to $6,538. hosted by the New Mount Calvary
w 'e. You Sell Your Property The balanced budget, as produce the same$1,500 In taxes this A loan'of $65,000: was' obtained Salaries In the Fire Department Baptist Church, Rev, A. Jenkins,
Do You Receive Payment On a presented, shows total operating expenditures year, based on a property evaluationof from the Farmers and Dealers Bankin Increased from $1,200 to $2.000 Pastor, .
.'. ,/ Mortgage or Agreement for Deed? of 100,565.32 the first $1,414.991 in the town of Brooker. Lake Butler, at an interest rate of which is about what is needed according The association will open its off
Wouldn't You Rather Have ALL, Brooker budget to exceed the "This budget is basically the same 7.S percent, according to Gene' to Clerk Cheryl Cox "With a tidal session at 9:30: Friday morning -
\ ,' i''" Cash Now? $100.000 figure. Last years budget on everything," said Mayor Blake Melvin, Council Chairman. Sam couple months to go, we have spent Theme speaker for the morningwill
;i(I, ''\ I Call Fred Farnsworth for Details18OO5454991 total was 9985810. Hamilton, comparing it to the Wall Construction Co., Gainesville,; over $1,400 on salaries this'year," be Miss Velma Mitchell TheModerator's
i:' > '., Tax millage for the budget was not budget of last year, '"One change Is quickly completed the paving work, Cox said. # address will be given at
.; set,but will probably be at the rolled in the Street and Light account' he almost before the loan was obtained. The Water Department\ budget re- 1:30: p.m., by Moderator A.J. Simmons -
t// ., i lie Mtg. Broker Inverness. FL ,, back rate, which is the millage needed says which shows an annual loan Hamilton said., mains the same as last year, in both .
""', ,.. to generate the same amount of repayment of $8,020.32, due on the General Administration. pen- the revenues and dl5bursments.I will The terminate session of on the Sunday Mt. Sinai afternoon.Assn.

I Simmons Arrests 2 in First 48 Hours BackNewly Fellowship of Churches...'
MAKE THE The Fellowship of Church will be

;reinstated Marshal, Ray The Hampton Jamboree, held last in.ftuiuUv._, . ,
I' Simmons, has reported two traffic\ Saturday night netted about $175, to tested. Mayor Padgett says, Pastor, on Sunday Sept. 25.
',' RIGHT CHOICE arrests last week, and 48 hours of be used for needs of the Recreation "'Hampton does not'have lead in its Regularly scheduled to convene at
;,.:,:,, patrol duty said Councilman ,//Department. Costs for the jamboreewere water' this test is necessary bY'Florida the New Mt. Calvary Baptist Church
: ,:;, Walden Wadsworth, Police Depart- about $75 which was recoveredin regulations In the mean who will be hosting' the Mt, ,Sinai
1\1'\,,, \. ,',, ment chairman, addition to the $175. Several donations time, anyone having lead pipes Missionary Baptist Assn. the
:\ ,::' were received which added to 'should let the water run to clear the Fellowship of Church wil return toM
t?;},\J\\'(" ,, To the citizens District I, I would like the proceeds. pipes before drinking the water as Calvary for its session Oct. 23,
It was said one of the arrests was lead from the pipes may be absorbedinto
;;': ,';, to take opportunity to say that my reason of a'' city councilman for driving Does Hampton have lead in its the water if left standing for St. John /
t;::.;(:" :; for running for the office of County whith suspended liscense. 'water? Tests are mandated bv State long periods. Baptist

: j'.1'' "'; Commissioner Is one of absolute devotion. Pastor AppreciationThe
1/\/;l\ ,,<\ ,>; ,, Because of my CONCERN for the issues facing I NRSWA Sees ,Chance for. .Recycling. Grant will celebrate St. John its Missionary pastors September'Baptist

\\\WIr'\/: '' ;/ -. our communities my LOVE for all citizens to The New River Solid Waste mental .agencies In the'' North Central for a recycling plant," he saidl ,25 at 11 a.m..
f, "" .' be represented and not Just heard and a Association can qualify for a low In- Florida region. Rev. Huffman will be retiring on
?' A terest loan from the Farm Home Administration Weathers, appeared before the this day. We cordially invite aU our
(. .' willing DESIRE to serve honestly and fairly. I' (FmHA), but a grant Association Governing'' Board at A 'letter ''received from Secretary' friends in Christ to Join in wishing
: '. 'ask for your Vote and Support on Oct. 4 in, may be more difficult to come by their rear meeting Sept. 13,at the of DER Dale Twachtmann indicated him well. Speaker will be Rev.'Herman

':,:.' : ", the nm-off election to serve as your.County said Bill Weathers, a representative'of Union Courthouse. that he is powerless to rescind a re- Johnson.
Loans be obtained that each have a
: Southeast Municipal Bonds a can at quirement county
,. Commissioner from District I. Remember financing company administeringgrant favorable rates for a term "up to the scale to measure solid wastes and
\"\:'.:. /0"; '; Success comes by "Making Right Decisions.' programs for several govern- life,of the installation -20 or 30 years amounts recycled, i

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.!}:: ",' \ ELECT: I Biotic Control of Fleas'' Discovered at UF Legal

.GAINESVILLE- the season vice 'the innovative products rently used," Koeh er'sa td.
ROSS for fleas but two new insect growth fenoxycarbt and dtflubenzuron, Most flea controls work by affec- COUNTY, FLORIDA'
ie. I h"-' ,"I regulators developed by researchersat Koehler said. They will be initally' ting the insect's 'central nervous CIVIL ACTION
,(1 ,; the University of Florida make marked to the pest control industry 'system. Insect 'growth regulators CASE NO. 88-U7-CA
ifflfe.; '; future springs and summers look under the trarfe names Torus and however, influence the hormone production ,GUSSIE A.. DIAZ,
r ,: almost itchless for dogs, cats, and Dimilin. 'I. system of the biting pest Plaintiff
,1 .;, !! CHANDLER owners. Soon to be released com 'These chemicals have the potential ''which differs from the systms of all v.
lI\.y.;'I,,:; ', ," .', mercially, a dose of either product to revolutionize the pest control warm-blooded animals. The one HAROLD W, BARTON and .
j:':''! ,, "' '; controls fleas up to six months is 90 i industry Studies show they'areathousani chemical attacks, insects 'in .their JEANNE T, BARTON hit wile!
.,"- 'H; a' '. ,percent effective and safer than t times more effective than' juvenile stage of development and D.f.ndonts.NOTICE:
: most pesticides currently available, the other the formation of OF SALE
any flea pesticide used now, and prevents
,\ .,",.' says entomologist Phil Koehler with they are the first to give long-lasting .an outer skeleton, Koehler said. ( NOTICE l II h.r.by given of that Foreclosure pursuant;
'C":. ,.,..., the Institute of Food and Agriculture control ''outdoors- the WAS, entomologist Over.thecounterfoggers* ;, hand- to entered Final In this Judgment cou in the Circuit Courtof
"I.. .' Sciences IFAS). said , |held sprays and yard products con the Eighth Judicial Circuit, I will sell
',''e'' ,..' ,< .A Man Of: A result of a joint effor between While most flea products require'monthly taining the growth regulators will be the following property In Bradford County '!
'\ / /. WAS and Richard Patterson of the applications and break available in time for next spring's Florida '
:.. USDA-Agricultural. ,Research Ser-i'' down quickly in the sun,, those containing -, flea season, Koehler predicts. Incot-i A Parcel/ ol land located in Section
.; INTEGRITY; "' these new chemicals last up' porating the new products into pet'' 2,' Township 8 South,;Rang. :22 East,
,'.'. to four months indoors and up to five shampoos and daily pills futhers the Bradford County Florida more, particularly
{' '. Family months outside;, said Koehler; This possibility of a flealess future.. described, as follows: Commence -
..,,>. "',," :.\ DEDICATION Reunion,October,,: long-term residual effect can help "These two products are going to at the Northeast corner of '!h.Norlhea.t ,.
control completely change flea control but Quarter i of the Northeast
pest companies provide an
:,,'.' '. : The dependents; Junipter"andMary Quort.r of said Section 2. Township 8
1 ;. I effective service and can. save conJ they re just the tip of the iceberg
I. J i .' Thomas will be having a family sumers money ,five years from now growth South, Rang. 22 East Bradford County,
f;: : COMMITMENT reunion Saturday,October let the be the Florida; thence'C run Wesi along the
f'I" ':' : '"And because they ,affect the insect's regulators are going to' '
" ::,.:). "" ,,,''I\, .;,'. Lakeside Community Center, Lake'Butler hormonal balancethey are primary means ol staying one step'ahead 'North line of sold Section 2, a distance of
:.l\\ ,'O'III'YI,' .,',.\,.' of most household insects. 376 feet to a point; thence run Southporail.l
potentially safer to humans, and
,' ,? A picnic lunch will be served at 1p.m. Koehler said. to the East line of said Section 2,
.. Eating supplies and ice will be animals than many pesticides cur- a distance of 233 feet to a point; th.nc..
,::';: (S'I, the North line of
;, ; VOTE FOR A BETTER FUTURE furnished. run. East parallel to-
Please come. All friends'' ''and said Section 2. a distance of 190 feet to
adv. relatives are invited to attend., the Point of Beginning for the parcel'.
pd. pol.
: ,
herein described; thence continue East
.".. ,....... 1 f Tonight parallel to the North line of sold\ Section
I'I' ,i ,.2, a distance of 186 feet to o point on the
:" .,' 1m I... ''''''''11 ;" .i .; .. .. .. ,' '" t"t .",,- .f< fl' J .t..w D ,,, '",< .East line of Section 2. thence run North.
.: \:-," r y'if'I'v 1IO..J..jf 40" '"; I "'-1 j ) i r .+1 ," ''ConcertRoger along the East line of said Section 3, a
. : .., .' ':\ .. distance of 233 feet to the Northeast cor'
.' '' ,', '. ner of said Section 2; thence run. West
: along the North IIn. of said Section 2, a
;;':;, ,;'.:;, :' BlairLife distance of 186 feet to a point: thence
,',,1." ," run South, parallel to the East line ol
I said Section 2. a distance of 733 feet
;,>,:: ../; ,:: : more or less, to the Point of Beginning
: & Praise Ministries ,
for the parcel described h.r.in
:,.. ,, O'Vr" of ol public sale, to the highest and best
Located Miles
" s0, ., ,,1 bidd.r for cash In th.Lobby of th.Brad
.".', f1 \ '' Oat ',0 i I on Hwy 3O1 ford County' Courthous. in Stork.
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Jhr..IJ! "'.1"1 : GIM Roger Blair Is a dynamic singer who travels the world a.m.Dated this 6th day of September. 1988. i
\\1 1Y'\\ ;' :I, /: .", mlnljstertng to the Lord and the Body,pf Christ In song: i GILBERT S. BROWN

::11'i"\ ,.!". ,'.,' I. \ : Your life will be enriched spiritually during.this concert.. CLERK CIRCUIT COURTC..trol0838
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along the arc of said curve,, 15.33 feet lOs measured] at'' right angle' therefrom):' CONTROL a CHEMICAL COMPANY;On.
IN ,THI CIRCUIT. COURT, EIGHTH, maasured along a chord having a thence North 6 degrees, 02 minute and the following described property In
I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR. BRAD.FORD bearing of North 84 degrees, 37 minutes 59 seconds East, parallel with aforesaid Bradford County Florida.
COUNTY: FLORIDA and 16 seconds West to a set concrete courte B, 409.38 feet to a set Iron rod; All of the Contract Vend_'s right; title ,
CASE NO: 8704 16-CA monument; thence South- degree, 22 thence North I degree, 22 minute and and Interest In, under and to that ",
ANTHONY A.. GIESEGH and minute and 43 seconds East 304.90 feet 43 seconds Welt parallel with oforesold certain Agreement for Deed dated ,
,JEAN D. GIESEGH, hit wife, to an Iron rod set at the Point of Beglnn- course .A.. 613.99 feet to the Point ,of January 3, 1986 a* recorded In Official '
NONCE OF INTENTIONTO Plaintiffs.; In Record Book 256 at Pogo 390. et eq of .'
REGISTER NOTICE Is h.r.by given that on Mon VI From of thus described Beginning. the Public Record of Bradford County,
point beginning ,ALSO: 1984 Liberty Mobile Home BearIng -
FICTITIOUS NAME day. Sept. 26. 1988. at 10:00: o'clock. ROGER GREEN and JOYCE A, GREEN. continue South I degree, 22 minute Serial No. 10116643 now being Florida/ with respect to the real property:
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida AM? the undersigned Gator a/k/o JOYCE DOREMUS his wife.. and seconds. East 312.50 feet to a set financed through G.E, Credit. described therein on
Statute*, notice ,It .hereby glv.n that the Freightways. Inc., will sell at public auction -. EDWARD, D.MATHIS. BILLIE GENE DEAN,. concrete monument;. thence South 87 DATED September 16, 1988.GILBERT. Lot 8 and 9, Block C, Blandlng Subdivision
Donna L. for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville STATE Of FLORIDA and BRADFORD
W. irewer Plat thereof recordedIn
undertlgned. Gary degree. 56 minute and 06 second S. BROWN according to .
Brewer Gary D. Irewer Joshua C. ot HOSPITAL INC., West, 150.00 feet to a concrete monu- Clerk of Circuit Court the Public Records of Bradford County. "ti''
St. Stark. Fla. ene' let pc goods, consigned to Kence Defendants. .
Brewer 1719 loot Cell ment set of the Southeast comer of a Publication of this notice on Florida. ?
'JJOtl,' joint ownert, -doing business .Quilting Textiles, NOTICE OF SALE parcel described In O.R.B. 171, page 436 September 22. 1988 In .th. Bradford DATED September 16 1988. _
und.r the firm nome of i-4 Pow.r [ one' lot of hand soap, consigned to Four 1. Notice It given that pursuant to a of said public records; thence North 1 County Telegraph In Storke, Florida. Gilbert S. Brown
Svttemi, 17U felt Call Street, Stork sold .Seasons Ch.m, fln judgment) dated September 6. 1988 degree,. 22 minute and 43 seconds DUDLEY P. HARDY P.A. Clerk of Circuit Court "
Florida llOtl Intend to regltter one lot of tile grout, consigned to In Cose Number 87-414-CA of the Circuit
West, along the Easterly boundary of John H. Jones.Esquire Publication of this notice onSeptember ,
fictitious name" under the aloretaldtatute. .Floors t Moore, Naples, '1., Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit In and sold parcel (ORB. 171, poge 436)), a' of Counsel 22 1988 In the Bradford
one' lot refrigerator, consigned to for Bradford County Florida In which distance of 312.50 feet to a set Iron rod, County Telegraph In Starke.. Florida.
Dated this 26th day of August, 1988, In G.E. Co,, Jacksonville, Fl., Anthony A. Glesegh and Jean D, thence North 87 degrees 56 minute P.O.Dr.I03OSt.rk.., Fl.32091 DUDLEY P. HARDY P.A."
Bradford County.: .one lot of light fixture consigned/ to Gleseghl( his wife, are the Plaintiffs and 'and 06 seconds East 150.00 f..t to th. ((904))966.5101Attorn.y By John H. Jones;
4tpd 9/1-22 Centre! Plastics, Pensecola Fl.i Roger Green and Joyce A. Green; a/k/o Point of Beginning. for Plaintiffs Esquire of Counsel ..
Control 0627 to satisfy freight* and storage charge, JoYC. Doremus, Edward D. Mothl., Blllle THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL being 2tchg 92229Control 9/22.29 P. O. Drawer 1030
under the provisions of Section 4b( of Gen Dean Stat. of Florida and Bradford with 0856
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR conveyed o right of use to an easement 0857 Starke, Florida 32091 ,
TAX DEED Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. Hospital Inc., are the Defendant. I for Ingress, egress and utilities ((904)) 964-5701/
NOTICE 'IS HERESY GIVEN that L.. Gator Freightways! Inc., will sell to the highest and best bidder over the following described parcel: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH ,Attorney for Plaintiff2tchg ,
Over.tre.t, Jr., the holder of the follow. Carrier for cash In the lobby at the East front Commence at o found Iron pipe JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRADFORD -
ing certificates, hoi filed said certificate Pro 14-815626 did 6/2/88. door of the Bradford County Courthouse located at the Northeast corner of sold E COUNTY, FLORIDA .' --"- \ '
,for a tax deed to b. Issued thereon. The 14-816698 In St.r..... Bradford County. Florida at M and run South 1 degree. 27 minute CASE NO. 87-414-CA .., ..
certificate numbers and year of Issuance 056099 dtd 7/18/88 12:50: p.m. on October 13, 1988, the ,and 59 second East along the Easterly 'ANTHONY A. GIESEGH and .''.1.
the description of property and 13.367595 following described property set forth In boundary thereof, 75.15 feet to a cor JEAN D. GIESEGH, his wife School Menus ;
the names In which It was assessed areas Pro. 01-323004 the order of Final Judgment: crete monument found on the Southerly Plaintiffs, .... : '''
follows Control 0841 2. Plaintiffs hold a lien for the total boundary of the rlght-of.way of County v. Sept. 26-30 ,
CERTIFICATE' NUMBERS 44 S 45 2tchg9/1S22! sum superior to any claim or estate of Road 327 (formerly State Rood 227)); ROGER GREEN and JOYCE A. GREEN :
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 1983. 1984 defendants* ROGER GREEN and JOYCEA. th.nc.' North 84 degrees, 28 minute, a/k/a JOYCE DOREMUS his wife I '
Lots 3 > 4, Blk 40. McKlnney Additionto ? IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARION. GREEN a/k/a JOYCE DOREMUS. His. and 27 second West, along ,said RAY A. SCHWISOW and ALICE Bradford Elem..! Middle School ,. : :
'. the City of Lake Butler as shown and, COUNTY:: FLORIDA wife, EDWARD D. MATHIS BILLIE GENE Southerly boundary 184.20 feet to a set 1''
SCHWISOW STATE OF FLORIDA,UNITED Mond.,. Hamburger on bun, lettuce, tomato, ,. i '
described In Plat Book 1., page 12 of the CASE NO. 4195-CA-C. DEAN STATE OF FLORIDA" and BRADFORD Iron rod for Point of Beginning.From STATES OF AMERICA. COMMUNITY pickle french fries, peaches" "*, milkTveuUyi I ,
public records of Union County Florida. FIESTA POOLS OF OCALA INC.. HOSPITAL INC., on the following Point of Beginning thus describe STATE BANK OF STARKE BRADFORD Tuna naiad on lettuce ..III...., mixed. l"
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED Ernettlne Plaintiffvs described property In Bradford County, ed continue North 84 ,degree, 28 HOSPITAL, INC.. and FLORIDA PEST vegetables, fruit cinnamon roll, milk '" I.
Dy. and Joseph Brown. Florida: ( minute and seconds West ..oldSouth.rly Wednesday Spaghetti w/meat sauce, chees
,CONTROL CHEMICAL COMPANY, tlx, garden salad: applt crisp, hot rolls milk ,
Said In'th. tARRY R. ALVAREZ and All of the Contract Vendee's rights II-
property being CountY of boundary, 47.12 f..t to a concrete Thurvdayi Hamburger gravy, mashed 'potatoes. '
Union Stat. of Florida. Unless such certificate RICHARD f. BAILEY, tie and Interest In, under and to that monument set at the beginning ofa Defendants.NOTICE. OF SALE buttered green peso, chocolate cake, biscuits, .
shall be redeemed as Trustee for Stonerldge land Trusts certain Agreement for Deed dated the milk '
according to curve concave to South and having 1. Notice I I. given that pursuant to a ''.
Defendants January 2. 1986 as recorded In Official Frldayt Corndog macaroni cheese, cabbage I
,low the property described In such c.r. a radius of 3992 I feet; thence Westerly final (udgm.nl dated September 6, 1988. '
NOTICE OF Record. Book 254 at Page 384 et of slaw, fruit cup, milk,
tlflcate shall b. sold to the highest bidder seq along Southerly boundary and In Case Number 81.4U.CA of the Circuit
at the courthouse door, Union County NOTICE ,Is hereby given that I I. Dolph' the Public Record. of Bradford County, along the arc of sold curv., IS.33 feet, Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit In and Bradford High SchoolMondavi ,
Courthouse. 55 West Main Str..t, .e, Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford County. Florida with respect to the real' property a* measured along a chord having a for Bradford County Florida In which Pizza, lowed salad, strawberry shortcake ,
lake Butler, Florida, at 11:00: a.m.. on Florida ueder and by virtue of a Writ of described therein as: bearing of North 84 dogr_*, 37 minutesandd Anthony A. Glesegh and Jean D. milk.Tuesday
.the 6th day of October, 1988 Execution heretofore Issued out of the A parcel of land containing 1.07 acres, 16 seconds West to a set concrete Glesegh, his wife, are the Plaintiff andRoger 'Spaghetti w/meat/ sauce, cabbage .: (
Dated this 13th ,day 'of September, :above-entitled Court. In' the above more or less, and lying/ In the Ealt '/ of ,monument thence South 1 degree, 22 Green and Joyce A. Green a/k/a slaw, apple crisp. hot rolls milk ,
1988, styled 'cause, have levied upon the NE 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Section 7, Township minutes and 43 seconds Eat Doremus, A.. Schwlsow and Waonmdayi Corndog macaroni k cheese,green ", ,
Joyce Ray fruit cookie,milk
MARGIE CASON following property situate, lying and 7 South Range 22 (East, Bradford County, (hereinafter referred to A beans cup e "
a* course
Alice Schwlsow State of Florida, United Thursday' Hamburger on bun, lettuce, tomato ,., ti?. ,: ",
Clerk of Courts being In Bradford. County Florida to- Florida' sold parcel being a portion of 617.40 feet too set concrete monument: States of America Community State pickle' french fries, chocolate cake, milk I '!,' '"il' '.
By: Carol Roney wit! the lands described In O.R.B. 197, Page thence South 6 degrees, 02 minute. and Bonk of Starke, Bradford Hospital' Inc. Friday Fried chicken, "mashed potatoes ft '" \'.\" ,.t; ""
Deputy Clerk LOTS 79 and 81'on Cypress of Crystal 312 of the public records of sold county 59 second Watt (hereinafter referredto and Florida Pet Control < ChemicalCompany I gravy, buttered green pus, fruit jello hot rails '' '!1//i' ( ",,,''; t I,.
Control 0847 'lake Homesltes or 126-578 and being more particularly describedas a* course BI), 454.42 feet to a set Iron are the Defendants. I will sell milk. V ; ,'Ii.,. : ,';,
\ 4tchg,'lS.10/6 as the property of the above-nom.d follows: rod; thence South 83 degrees, 57 to the highest and best bldd.r for cash In :., / \ '
i Defendant, and that on the 10th day of Commence'at an Iron pipe found at minute and 01 seconds East. 2.00 feet to' the at the East front door of the' ,.Each day' students ham a choice s hot lunch" .;' \ \ ':\' ",
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NOTICE OF SALE: October. 1988 Monday, at (two o'clock the Northeast corner of told E Vi and run an Iroon rod lit at the beginning of a Bradford County Courthouse In Slarke. salad bar or a-I -carte. .
Notice Is hereby given that under and ((2:00): ) P.M. on sold day on the premisesof South 1 degree, 27 minutes and 59 curv. of a cul-do-tac concave to the Northwest Bradford County, Florida' at 12:45:
by virtue of Part IV of Chapter 83" F.S.; the Bradford County Sheriff office, I seconds East along the Easterly boundary and having a radius of 50.00 feet :on' October '13," 1988 the following p.m. STARKE I
as Self-Storage Facility Act that the ,will offer for sale and sell to the highestbidder thereof 75.15 foot to a concrete (the center of told ,cul-de-toe being described property set forth In the orderof !I.
undersigned will sell for cash'to the for cash, In hand the above. monument found on the Southerly boundary located SO.00 feet Easterly of last sold final judgment CHURCH OF GOD
highest bidder at the corner of Laura and described property:, as the property of. of the right-of-way of County Rood Iron rod along an Easterly prolongationof 3, Plaintiffs hold a lien for the total 422 N. ST. CLAIR- 964-5443 I
Water, Streets, Storke,, Florida ot 1:00: the said Defendant to satisfy said execution 227 (formerly State Rood 227));, thence the lost described course); thence run to claim estate of '
p.m,* on the 2nd day of October 1988,' Sole will/. be subject. to,any existing. ''North degrees, 28 minutes and 27 In a counterclockwise direction along defendant sum superior, ROGER any GREEN or and JOYCEA. ,John Sprallln. Pastor' '
the liens' seconds West, along said Southerly We Invite you to worship with us.
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contents Unit 24. belonging to the arc of sold cul-de-sac through a central GREEN a/k/a JOYCE DOREMUS his
ROLAND W. SWEENEY,'containing personal -; DOLPH E. REDDISH boundary, 231.32 foot to 0' concrete angle of 258 degrees, 37 minutesand wife RAY A. SCHWISOW and ALICE ,:'Attended Nursery
and household goods By Allen's SHERIFF OF BRADFORD monument set ot the beginning ,of o. 47 seconds. an arc distance of 225.55 SCHWISOW STATE OF FLORIDA. UNITED Sunday School ,,.,... lOam
Attic Self Service Storage, P.O. Box 656,. COUNTY FLORIDA.) curve concave to the South and having feet to an Iron rod set at the end of last STATES OF. AMERICA, COMMUNITY Morning Worship ;....'.". Liam
Keystone Heights, Fl 32656. Control 0843 radius of 2992.41 feet, thence Westerly sold curve (said iron rod being 62.00 feet 'STATE BANK OF STARKE. BRADFORD Evening Service ?...,, 6pm
along sold Southerly boundary and Wednesday Youth .1.; 7-3Opm
2tchg 9/1S-22 Control 0840 4tchg 9/5.10/6, EasterlY of ,aforesaid course B when HOSPITAL\' INC..,, and" FLORIDA PEST ---. -

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2)) The entry must he, on an official blank from the will use,the Gator'game) as a tiebreaker. Please fill
I TELEGRAPH and must be dropped off at the In the points you think will be scored by the
TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Friday Tornadoes! (Gators) and their opponent combined
afternoon. Fill in all the blanks with either the name in'the tiebreaker blank. For instance if the score in
of the team you think will win,or"tie" if you think the Tornado game was Tornadoes 19. Opponents 7,
ti -. ,- the game will end in a tie. The person who picks the correct score was 26 points.,
the ,most names right,will win the top prize. 4))All decisions of the judges willbe, final. A second
tiebreaker will be used If necessary.

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. Rapidly Improving Tornadoes Smash Fernandina 28-0.. Improve to 20A I

-. a-!. .... -
hut out hard-hitting Fernandina Tornado High 28-0 eleven before ,to FB Reed who caught the football Ricky French barely managed to led 28-0 with 1:29 remaining In the iMl & protect QB Shef- after a"36 yard run.'Running back
over the left side and was hit Immediately break that Sheffield
pass up third period. the football the
i Pittman picked
some 1,500 hometown fans last Frli r.fiiP.Trmvts Long was up
Sept. 16.BHS but retained possession.: came right back with the same play, Coach Hurse then eased up on the sent In ft run quarterback sneak. run and scampered Into the endzone. I
day U now 20.Fernandina's Then came the superb 14 yard TD this time to Ed Douglas who had a Tornado scoring efforts, trying to On the play, from the BHS 28, QB However,FB DeSue clipped back on
size and strength run by running back Greg Pittmanwho step on French and caught the pass shut the refused to be stopped. BHS led with his outstretched fingers. BHS '
seconds Coach
'remaining. FernandiJla'ao. where he fumbled a fifth BHS score.
were a key test for the 1988 Bradford '21-0 with 32 seconds remaining in the i
High football team which used first half.
quickness and speed to dominate the The final BHS touchdown came on,
larger Pirates. Plus; Coach David a 7-play 58-yard drive aided by a 12V4
Hurse unveiled the Tornado passing yard personal foul penalty, halfway
game for the first time and to the goal line, on Fernandina.Four .
sophomore quarterback Reggie running plays, 9 yards by
Sheffield used it for two touchdowns I Pittman 13 by DeSue, 6 by Mosley.
throwing to his fullback for a 39 yardTD and 6 by Reed worked the football to .L.4
play and nine yards to tight end the Fernandina 25, and the penalty -
Ed Douglas, and using a play actioh pushed BHS to the Fernandina 12'>2. .
pass off which he ran 18 yards for yard line -
one TD,directing his blockers along FB Reed fought through three ,
the way Runningback Greg Pitt- tackles for three yards to the Fer- : -. I'
man scored the other Tornado TD nadina nine, Then QB Sheffield
from 14 yards, following an 18 yard threw into the endzone for wideout .-,- .
'pass completion ,to fullback Clint Scott Duncan but Pirate defender
The Tornado offense racked up 260 firedlord- -* :J '
High 7 I. I'
21 -
yards rushing, and 91 passing, a F.rn.ndln.H/.h/ e' e T' :
total 351 yards'' of offense as the _
ground and air attacks complimented IH' P.rnandln.,
each other. The passing'game'.lIrat First Downs 11
R..htng/ Yards 75-2.0 thil
caught, Fernandina Passing, Yards tI IMPCPAPt
defensive backs off guard as QB 5.10-1 10.77.0

.Sheffield first of the completed a 23 yarder, his ".nt.' 7'A.' 7.71.7Ffnbiis .-, -, --.- -- ..::....'.......- .... -,.... ..,..,- -....,,.-
1988 season, to fullback "lost' H HM
Clyde DeSue out of the backfield on ".n.III'/ .'y.rds .,. The Fighting; Tornadoes of 1988...
the third play from scrimmage. Scoring Summary;
Workhorse of the night was n-Ir..Ior" siMiiioitf., .y.rd' run. I Pi>DonBid football Set to go into action at 8 p.m. Friday.Sept. 2, in the first half of the faU Second row 'Reggie Sheffield, Dane Clark. Kevin Crawford Ed
fullback Clint DeSue with 97 yards in Francis kick jamboree at KeYlton.llelgbts High School: Is the 1988 edition of Bill Hamilton, Shawn
1) arddlordOra.. Plttmon, 14 yard run cry. the Bradford high Tornadoes Douglas Jimmy Long, Rodney Mosley Diggs.
15 carries, or 6.47 yards per carry, Oonnl ",.nel..kick. 'The players are J.r) Chris Durban. Leon Jackson.
by rows
and included one 34 yard run. 1) Ir.ororllCly'. DoSu*. M yard pass from First Donnie Pedro Caner James McNeal.Clint Reed,Chris Dinkins. Scott Duncan
row: Francis
i Fullback Clyde DeSue carried four ,O1 ....l.(n.llld. Id, 'r.nclt.kick. .Jr. Acevedo, Greg' Pittman,'John Berry,Patrick Marks, 'Keith Unsy.Allen Jenkins.Lance Wiggins.Dwlght Allen Al Jones Clyde
Terry Whitehead, Brian
times for 35 yards ,an 8.75 yard 4) BradfordEd Douglas,f-poii from Ol Itif- Jenkins. Kendrick,:James Slater,.Keith DeSue. Lorenzo. Hall.
average. 'Greg Pittman rushed five! II.'h.(ll.m 0-P/, f roncls, kick.
times for 34 yards a 6.8 yard ,
average, and had a super 14-yard
1 touchdown run.
Place kicker Donnie Francis added
four booming extra point kicks. .
The Big Red defense limited Fer-
,nandina to 119 yards rushing and 108
yards passing.The Pirates clever got ,: ,
Inside the BHS 20. By the latter part, ,,:;, :;.. .
of the second period the Pirates went : .
more to the pass. In the second half ..' :': ,;;i\: :. :::- :;',; '
the Pirates again tried to run, but ,,' .1.1 ,. !" ,, : '!: ;d"
couldn't, and again went to the pass ',' ,J I.'0Ir'r:
Most success rushing'on the Tor- ::1 REALTY"The
nadoes came on the double reverse: I. '
Pirate running back Ricky French
got around the'' Tornado end just \,'
once; for 27 yards, the longest Per'
nandina play from scrimmage.It Man-
Land Does
was 7-0 just four minutes Into JtAgain'"HIDDEN
the game. The Tornadoes moved 50
yards in 10 plays, the big plays being
the 23 yard pass which FB DeSue!
caught on the run and carried to the ..
.121, yard line Fernandina Two runS
and a game delay penalty. and then
came the 18 yard TD run by QB Shef OAKS
field which was the same play on
which DeSue caught the pass,except .
QB Sheffield chose to run as Fernan- ,.
dina covered the receivers. Then'
Sheffield,just a sophomore in his second -' "

E., directing varsity the game Tornado, ran right blockers end, A 250 Acre Development in Southeast ,:;

ahead of, him which Fernandina ,
defender to block, slowed to wait for'
the blocks, and edged into the end-' Bradford County is .
zone for the score. How long has it ,
,"""beenriuce- yoti've-seen-a quarter' .. r:4i ... ... .'. '
) II/I. ,0IJII-,
back direct traffic like that, asked i ((5.s
BHS Principal Charles Francis:
Yep, Sheffield handled it just like a

David veteran Hurse.quarterback' agreed Coach Now offered for Sale -

Early in the second period BHS
free safety Trammell! Jones In-
tercepted as Pirate QB Ray Vonnah
threw from his 15 yard line. After an r
exchance of penalties BHS the
got () A
football at the Tornado 41 yard line. II () ,

Three runs, 2 yards by FB DeSue, ': ;" .
6 by FB Reed,and 6 by QB Sheffield, A

,41.tough got FB one yards first Clint down to Reed the at 39.then the Fernandina hit"for two. ; g c) :, O WE HAVE IT ALL! -%,O4 -9.A 4-

There was nobody around FB ....J e cs.p "vQ
DeSue as he caught the same play. : '
action pass at the 25 yard line and \ \' 33Q PASTURE:: LARGE OAKS <

made a determined run, shaking off _.. (< ., Q. Q
( a'
three tackles, into the endzone. The' e' $)
.39 yard TD pass play put BHS up I -, 1.

14-0.Fernandina It was a 59 yard helped drive.by BHS'' 105. Ito PRIVACY AND FRESH.O .\, O' .

penalties,then kept possession of the o
'football for 15) plays.. Five first '-4% '":. COUNTRY AIR 4 a_
downs came on passes of 10 and 29 : ; J'; ..,
yards,rnns of 17 and 15 yards, and a; 00
15 yard penalty.From the BHS 20, .p

passes broken Fernandina from the tried BHS four 20. Three straight were .... .. /2 ACRES .OR LARGER! .. .... .
Lance ,
up by Wiggins Travis ".
/ : "
Long,and Jimmy Long,and one was /: ,' .
overthrown. : : .
,BHS got the football again on its : ;,
own 19 (Editor's note:' Don't ask us : VJ 'ON( SITESALES, OFFICE AVAILABLE SOON( .
why the loss of a yard.) Six plays 1ifJ'.l.l
later BHS was again in the Fernan-.
dina endzone after an 81 yard drive':-' ?,. ,
and with the half coming to. an end. ( ;
FB Reed and RB Mosley got 4 m
hard-earned yards each.: QB Sheffield
hit Travis Long for an 11 yard '
pass to the BHS 38. A five yard motion Soil "
penalty pushed BHS back to the Well Drained, Sandy Hurry This Won't Last Long
33. Then FB Reed went through left "'1. ,
tackle with blockers ahead of him.,,.
and ran 34 yards before cutting back
into the pursuing Pirate defenders.
From the Pirate 34, QB Sheffield
passed 18 yards to the 15 yard line

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If nothing happens "...If we can, live end, his usual position. Trammell Jones the free safety ,
Just keep people healthy" Coach Bill Hamilton played strong side intercepted two passes and rover
David Hurse'says of the 1988 Brad- linebacker and inside linebacker. Rodney Mosley and cornerback'' _
ford High football team. Keith Jenkins played defensive Terry Berry one each.Jones made a 'J
From 0-10 to M to 11-11. the Tor- tackle his usual position, and Sam one-handed interception going out of :' 'a
nadoes have Improved the past three linebacker. Travis Long, ordinarily bounds. "That was some play," x'; ah
years coming off that 12-1 year in the inside linebacker also played notes Coach Hurse. =
1985 when they went to the state rover back. The defensive secondary, led by
championship game and lost. to Bar- Three players defensive end Jimmy junior cornerback Lance Wiggins,is
tow. Long, defensive tackle Kevin young. Jones ,and Berry are
The Fernandina game a big test Finch and weak side end Alonzo sophomores. -
for this Tornado football team, was Jones played their usual positions ,.
passed with flying colors. There mostly and played well. Offensive Line... y
were no injuries that will keep a Coach Sexton named the entire "We there.We
were didn't bust
player out of this week's game at front seven as defensive linemen of assignments" as'
West Nassau the says
High. Tackle Junior week. .
Lanier the
Clyatt mentor of the improving
Ocevedo has a bad ankle sustained The defensive secondary had four offensive line.
in the opening game with Flagler. interceptions. "I was really impressed "We re going in the ''direc 1?
He walked on it, fluid built up and ," said Coach Sexton of the ,tion, being in the right right place,",the
now there is a problem with getting boys coached by Coach Roland Cumin coach says ,
him back in action.Ocevedo was not ings.
Offensive tackle
Derrick Long hadSeePuelZA
practicing Monday and, is questionable
for this Friday.
Coach Hurse is taking the games
this season one at a time but expects -
Baker High Santa. Country( Results
and the
season finale with
See 16 '
to be the toughest games.So Page A I
far;however Tornado coaches
couldn't be more pleased. The team J
is progressing each week becoming \
stronger, more cohesive. The progress :
is most notable in the offensive
,line the question mark.' ,*
The line was bolstered for the Fer- "See me ,for all ( .,;.. : ':
nandina game with the return of I a a
guard Chris Durban, coming off an I'f.'I'
injury to his neck.It gives BUS more your family
depth somthing the Tornado team
always needs. 'Durban and guard .
'Brian Kendrick can play either ,insurance needs.
guard position, a big advantage. A
former fullback, Durban has the .. 'iI''
Speed necessary to pull, and stayMuiead
of the ball carrier.
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'Look Sharp, As They Beat Fernandina, Warriors, ,Are Next

From i..11A Ed Douglas improved from the 'The guards have few wrinkles to, time together ana get their blocking let one go'by that Isn't a threat. Strong: side defensive end Jimmy
opener. work out. Coach Clyatt says. And, assignments down., It's difficult give guards every Long leads the Tornado defense in
a fine game and was named offensive Being worked In the offensive line the guards have missed playing time The guards,who pull and lead the look in practice they're going to see tackling: with 13 tackles and 5 assist
lineman of the week by Coach is tackle Keith Linzy,who is workingon for one reason or another. For inn blocking ahead of the ball carrier in a game Coach Clyatt points out. for the two games.Long led against ,I
Clyatt. Senior(- center Terry both tackle positions. stance, guard Alton Jones missed must make split second decisions- Fernandina with 5 tackles and 3
Whitehead had another good game. flaying some needed depth., the opener so Fernandina was his block a defender inside,or out,or to The Tackling... assists.
Tackle Don McDavid,who subbed at Tackles James McNeal and first game.And guard Lorenzo Hall
Sam linebacker, had a real good Dwight Allen played a few series was hurt in the Flagler game,So,the
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Voters of :District 3, I sincerely thank ",

,Leads you for your vote 'and support in my' ,

TheY recent, campaign for County

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I' would also like to I take' this .

opportunity, to 'ask :all my friends and
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," supporters to join''with me,. 'in. the.

,and Though'the implimented years educational your Sheriffs:programs Department for the,;welfare.developed and 'support of ,Ralph Bryan'' for CourityCommissioner .

safety of you and your family. Hundreds of hours have"gone District 3. ';"" '
'into the building and''presenting.of.;these, programs. ,. '
Audio-visual: equipment has been purchased and a sizable "

film .library.has been established,that Is effective, reaching : '
our"youth. With :your vote and support ,Ralph : .

can' be successful in: his campaign .
Programs' Presented '. .
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Programs have been presented in schools: churches civic
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,Please return to the :poles and vote

Program Include" ''Ralph, Bryan", County Commissioner,

. Drug Education... films slides literature talks and'visual District 3, 'October" 4th. "

aids. '. ,\ .
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Children'I.D....* (finger printing) hundreds have enrolled. .
Operation Identification.... property engraving with Sincerely,
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September 22,1988 TELEGRAPH rsv, .....

"Mostly Healthy"

Facing West, Nassau

Tornado grldden are ,mostly west Nassau I Is a District 3-3A
healthy* and ready to play going Into game for the Tornadoes. Coach
West Nassau game. Hurse hopes to get through this week
Coach David Hurse expects a very without injury. BHS plays In-
physical game. West Nassau uses terlachen Sept. 30. The Baker High V
thepower-I to try to run the football a real test, is set Oct. 7 in
right down the throat of an opponent. gamer enny,
The starting lineup Is Withy,

Chris bolstered Durban.by the return of guard BUS Starting Llne-Ups...

But BHS will probably be without Offense: Center: Terry
the services of tackle Junior Whitehead, 178-12; guards: Lorenzo
Hall, 176-11, and Alton''
Ocevedo, the strongest .man of the Young,
team, who has an injured ankle and 190-11; tackles: Derrick Long,
207-11, and Don McDavid
was still 186-11.
on crutches
early this week.
And tight end: Ed Douglas,, 176-12; split
quarterback Berry is still
out with his broken thumb in a cast, end: Scott Duncan, 166-11; fullback:
but has been practicing with the Clint Reed 185-11; running backs:
team. Both will provide added depth Rodney Mosley 175-12, and Creg Pit- b -
with they return. 'tman 145-12; quarterback: Reggie
'Sheffield 150-10.:; l i '
players switched
got Y
around Defense: tackles: Kevin Finch,
a good bit when Sam ,
208-11'and' Keith
linebacker Dane Clark was tossed Jenkins, 175-11. ...
Sam linebacker: Dane Clark 185-12 .
out of the Fernandina and ; .
there the experience should game weak side end: Chris Dinkins, ,," ..... .,..;r.J! ........ .....
prove '
beneficial to rest tired players and in 165-11,,; strong side end: Jimmy .., : .., ,,," !.", *! J_ ,...
Long, 185-12;, inside linebackers: "I" -- .. -'" -- -- _. I .

Coachesthis week have been Bill Hamilton. 197-12, and Travis Around the Corner... "* ". *' *".."* "" ""' _
Long, 185-11; rover back: Rodney ,
working tions to build players more In depth.different posi-. Mosley 175-12. Defensive' backs: BUS Fullback Clint Reed rambles around the left end of the BUS line The Tornadoes face a tougher test this week against district opponent I

Coaches also plan to get as many cornerbacks: Lance Wiggins, 140-11, 'for good yardage against Fernandina. West Nassau.
players into the West and Terry Berry, 162-10, and middle
-m... .......was..'.. .F.r s.---.FFFF. 51J_ _._.._.cu.I n. game'Expect safety: Trammell Jones 17010. I .IV1- .IVJ. .A4uWarriors -- I

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,. a tough, physical gam6 175-12, and Corey Smith,No. 64,5-11* has good speed. x /j' ;(
when the Tornado football team 180-11j are quick and aggressive. :''Nine of the 11'offensive players STINGS
travels up US-301 north to meet the Big and aggressive describes offensive play just offense The two-way guys
West Nassau High Warriors at 8 tackles Reid Dunhaver No. are big Glen Karst. a defensive' r :'
p.m. tomorrow (Friday; Sept. 23). 75, 6-4, 250-llt and Glen No, "
Karst, tackle, and guard Corey Smith, who -
.( : ,\ '' West Nassau has lost Its opener 6-0 66, 6-1, 230-12. plays defensive end. I ( 1/2 of _
;' .:, .:( to Madison. Last Friday the WN Starting split end Is Sam Lucero, ,
;,'"'; ... ...,' Warriors lost 14-8 to Bishop Kenny in No. 7,5-11,135-11. Starting setback is See Page 16A 1 Bradford.County"s'
\\ : /., overtime. Buzz '
Whitty, .No. 20, 5-7, 135-12, who'
,:' Don't be fooled by the 0-2 record of Mosquito Control! !
; ,,,'.,.h'. West Nassau,' warns Head Tornado
David Hurse, who points out that I* kFFP 'AWAY/
BHS was 0-2 in 1987 and beat West a ,
.Nassau 280. ,West Nassau will be
more physical than either Flagler or' This is a very serious problem ,that will'never be controlled by

Fernandina, Coach Hurse says. these two little trucks.,,At this'point, aerial spraying is the only hope

,ballgame"It's ,going! Hurse to predicts., be a. tough' for relief.'this.is the 'only, way to get full spray; coverage including

I Quick and aggressive are words the ponds and swamps where they live and breed. Sure it's '- {

Warrior BHS scouts linemen.use Good most size> to describe and hustle -' expensive; but with $184,000 in the budget '- let's spend a little. ,,\:

are team 'comments. 'West'', where we said we were!!. In the business world there is a term"CostBenefit f( -

Nassau runs from the veer and the Ratio" Simply put this' means "What you get for /)

I-formation running formations, both primarily, but WN power does .f r ,.r what you;, pay"" ,': RJght"now' WEAIN'TGE'ITIN'eNUTlliN'ru, The :

throw the football, too. The Warrior t following "Letter to the Editor" is reprinted with Miss'' Kersey's ,

attack favors the slot, the tight end k permission. It got her some 'action she said "they circled house
,, side, and to the wide side of the field.; ,
Main offensive, threat is '3 times Monday, night. But it didn't stop the sting!!I"

sophomore running back Steve To All'Concerned About Mosquito Control -- What'a' poor excuse for county-wide mosquito\
Williams No., 5-9, 178-10, who has'' control! years ago, the\ county had, mosquitoes well under control. WHAT HAPPENED? '
excellent speed and is a hard runner; Back In the early-to-mid 1970s, the spraying program was a success When, we saw the'
Favorite WN pass receiver is ,sprayer truck corning,we closed our doors and windows because we knew that It would put,ou>
Brett Green No.84 who' .
enough mosquito to choke A mulct! ,
end in the%lot
lines ,
up at tight on For the past' 12 (or more) years NO mosquito control outside the city limits Now all of a
the and wideout? Watch
wing, as a 'sudden. the truck Is back. That's ; the
sprayer great ITS ADOUTTlMEt The only problem Is -- ,
.' Green.aruJ.J the"mrsscouting: pow.Yihfic.<( .h rl e.lipe stresses.}!.I1...... sprayer truck goes by so l fast, with so ll'ule spray coming! out the bock what's the use? The guy ft*,
rep may as well stay home and watch 1VI' .
:, Green goes deep, down and out, and
1 \ : on slant upfield. The majority of Bradford County residents/ live outside the city limits .'. out In the woods
Warrior Brian 'where most mosquitoes live and breed. It's so bad out here at Crosby Lake that you can't even .
.' :,
..:,' Wright, No. 13, 5-11, 170-12 is quick V4 walk out your front door tp your car.without getting literally "attacked" by hundreds of
.; ,' .. and will run without hesitation.Fullback ,1.1tiM,90r r rI- ..,A+tklh+ ,mosquitoes. We've been suffering for years but this Is the worst year yet! V
... Robert Land, No. 40, Now I read In The Telegraph,that bur elected public officials are golhg to try to spare j
5-11, 220-12, is a quick hard runner $2.0OO-$3OOO this year for mosquito control:: Win/ ,that be enough to cover the whole county? "Oi >> '
and a good blocker. i Will that amount raise pie quality of our mosquito spraying? Or are our elected officials Justj# /0
Shawn Morris, No. 62, 5-11, 1809-12, .blowing smoke? ," .
.. is a very sound center, good and 'Tough Stuff.,. Vickie Kersey: Crosby lake .',
,,' quick BHS scouts say. Offensive Guard Chris Durban(6S look for someone to hit as
Guards Glen Harper, No.(50, 5-8. Vote Ralph Bryan for County: Commissioner Dist. 3
". t'' ,'. fullback Clint Reed weeps around the corner against the Pirates.. ,

School II
i Bradford High RESOLUTION: No.. 132 '

Tornado Football Schedule
1988 '< ',"" /< '," :, .' '- ..' :< "' '' ,:,i"," 'V "tk'y.t':. ., .

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Sept.9.' ........BIiS 21 r Flagler\ Palm Coast,3 ;I(;.si'1 \,( ( !..WWff!t E (I;):;1t'r': .? !):i FOR,:: > ''ISCALxlr' 1R.\ :1,9a8'-89 ; ANt) .:;',10; ''i ;:\ ;r./l;; ll'; \{ ;;k1r l: tt; Iih! ; \ r"f r (tl}Ji/: 1 '

Sept. 16..BIIS 28 *,Fernandina '0 .''Hf/ :'?f!;'' :"'v-' :> :!'.', ,,"-V-,5ET\ ''THE:: ''MIL-LAGS';: : -LEYiEO':!). .';; ON ,/.i i !(\ .,,\$' ,'*' \': \ lr*,' i.d;' : N\w\,:).. \, ,k,!fi'if.W.i h If";
TIlE 1988 At ''VALOREM 'TAX' RQLL. ;' :' .,1,. v'1"; <$;:ffif\ffir':i{' \ ,'
Sept. 23............../\t.............W est Nassau .,, ,' '; ,j : ", ,I
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Sept' 30............................Interlachen \
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,Oct. ,7..................At........... MacclennyOct. 4'," 1''jTlie'gityr : '

.';14...............................Bishop Kenny. : Council i of'* 't'h'e'' i City' .of1 Lawtey Vlorida //met' .' in1' ,'6 spetia"ameeting -' : > ;; :\;;*;"f ;'!'A/1!i' ,

,Homecoming) .. on the ,,20' of1 Sept.embe'rV1988i-; !.', f'f riai'i'ie" the' budget. p'rocess\/VK'iiWjff: : :;:; :: };: ;Y(? ''

,Oct. 21................At.............Keystone Heights.' '., for fiscal year: : 988-8? AIl',, notices asl! ;J'erquir'ecl ,br law, 'wereI" ,pub sh d'\'J; [\) l(: ',

l9Cl. 28....:...........................:Open v'; '. in Bradford', County Telegraph ..athet'ine'ss'peci.fied;' / :',. by'"Taut:,, ;'''' All"pu1ti.cttt1f; k':. '

-Nov.4. *..........*......................Newberry ,' meetings.' required" by," law ''were ., held'asatfotth'' in the -'published.'(:,::!.1kf't.f' : j \

N OY*',, \ I.:................:............M vCcLSG" ,. notices .. Therefore", Bg''ZT'', RESQLVED' TUE'CIY';,: 'COJINCIV"' "' THEICItY, /, ,!f ;, ,;:),'\\J! J '::" .

Nov. 18...............At..Santa' Fe. .; I OF, LAWTEY1;: FLORIDA'AS. 'F LL'OWS'I", \, :;:,; ,, ;" ., '!" : .'1, : ; \: ; : .,: ? ,, \", 'VHl.i;: ;; ,:, :|? ,; |, i'!",':'.: '

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,1'. 'The .budge ,, which is attached; hcretoi. iia' thebudget''to' ", /.. ,''' .:..'>.'fjiiw i :\ iJ. :: ;'!<'"
!i .: be Used the Lawtey F1o fiscal 1988-89 A / ." (''S. ", ; '
by city pf ,;lqaLfdr.; ,year : V, < {" ,
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Junior Varsity and is hereby a d opte d., : ,ji'-v, ; ". ., ,, ; ': ,, ';!i"'., .r"I";'";5!\(),".r', ,., (
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8 ..At......... ....Lake Butler \ \
Sept. ............... .' !
2 The millage'rate for .the' ad ,valorem' tax,: roll for '; ,1.938I"'l'i'J'i! ; ;,";;,"' :\; 'I'
S. ...... ....Santa Fe year < i
Sept I ............ .... .. "
for property in the city .'of Lawtey i, Florida'<: ;:'" is1, hereby ,set ,at ".' ,26E ;:/l: :,..Wt; k kui \\';' Iti, !
22....._.......At................West Nassau : ( '
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6.._............t.....................lnterlachen.Oct. PASSED by Cito ovoteat''the"' ; special; '!I1e d.rig"'bf., City''Counqtl' v1, J\\' I''. ;9!\ ilr: ,

12................At..North Marion of" the City of Lawtey : Florida. .this/, 20thday'of.'Se'; : : ] tembe. :,<,.198.8 r;, : ., :,';;$J.fi1r-ri.\-,;,:' ;;; ''\/: ::.

Oct. 20.................AL...............Keystone HeightsOct. i, '' 1" "'" ,. ..' '' ','''i'vl'i./V' i.! 'r ; '. '" '>; ; 'jiVi-v'"' <1 ,f"V" '?/ '-Mi1/' !' ;: ("", ,'' ." I, ','.," ,1',' ,.',\'I ",'/'".,'\'I".,'I",I ,,.'fI"t,( :<",;,,""r'I'\ '."'' \
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Usage $ : );:;:'..,::..', r'' !)' ''' ::.' iM i irF :>11'\ '''" r .,'t ., '. ,111 $1"//1273,808.70 I :':' 'II\;; } '1:1)'ljL: \ '
GENERAL DISBURSEMENTS "; ,"Hi, ,' ''' ,' "1' I; '. 273808.70, ,,' ..' \" : ,
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.'usage Is virtually unchanged percent of the drivers were in corn, ''I ''." ..-l'\\'i l ": \',:. :. :, "' ,,'',,'.''',\\iil'I,' ; ,"" ",":'': ",';j'!I"I"r., : .' ,. ', ,' ,"..,' ...".', ',," 'I ,1. ,-SV'VW'T/: :, ,';' ": ,%:'i;,\:!; ,
from six months ago, acpUance with 48.8 percent of front ,'. .' '. ),." ''' = ''' f1 ," ; ; ( '\
:,' :i. '; ";'lj''''4, )" :'' .1: '' '$:.:/:; ''J, ,t. t ,." ;" : "i { ; /4', / ; {|
cording to a report released by the seat passengers buckling up. Under 'WATER I'I'; ; ;: } .t '," ': ": I \1i,7fo"n 1 : I'"r"t t.' 1 .. :, 9"850"79'',' ,,', '; .'iHW't '
AAA Clubs of Florida.The statewide the Florida seat belt law, drivers / (; ,;(,; : \: : : ,, .' /: .;;:: : -
was conducted by AAA staff can be cited for those front seat WATER' DISBURSEMENTS ,''.,'. ': I \'I\\.I..\ \ :"(',.; :, )'i::' ',I ,,,: i. .'; j'I 1,' 96'.850Q9 ,' '".', ; : : ;\ : :'
who survey made 63,267 observations at 200 passengers 15 years of age and ,' '11"I'" \ ; '(',.:'" :,, :: )r'0';; \ : : : : ," ":: I' ; ''. .. : -: :\ '<':, /,\, .
locations to help assess seat, belt younger who fail to buckle up. Front : : '( ''::\ ,.: ; :,,,1'\\/I'j: ;\ '/; ':': ; '\';(fi.:,';'i'i.' ,\':. ",' . ,' < :/+; I"
and older ,',. ' !' ,,'I,1 ,(;,.It\Viht\I' l WI1"i\ \; '! ,. : : W
usage. seat passengers 16 years ., ';' \\'If. '( : ,<< l \ 'r.l, )I '. : .' : t
belt be cited individually. ). .' 'i. : :" ,) ,t> ;\ :a. \ \:,. o// ''I \: : :' )',:., '" I :. ", : "
After a year and a half of seat can ;. : \/ .., ,';,11 ref\ ;[I,>q': p "{?ra I'y/'i",; /' 1it" ,,', \,. < /, '"',,/, ' :' ,,"'T"""
enforcement the survey in 23 the ,.' ''" '.', ',;''"/y'iV'{, { .V'iVWOTW/'Kf1, \',: :) ', /," !: '1!; .',;;/'<"(;; ; /" :,'. ,'I ,' I" ," '1<
Florida cities revealed a statewide highest Palm Beach usage rate motorists, at 69.9 claimed percent; A'test''i\ ; : : ;:;:;;\ :::: \\\/'\ ';\ 'r,r"\r,\! ; ;; ; ;I",!" :-' I 'CITY OF LAWTEY .FLORIDA ,'
compliance rate of 51.3 percent only .,. ,.. ( ; .
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: ,
of ,
a slight increase from the January the lowest level compliance was ( v ; .y : "c//'. .:_ -
; ;
1968 figure of 49.8 percents This rate found in Daytona Beach where only .7
'reflects a stabilization of usage and 38.9 percent bothered to buckle up.

.ends a downward trend revealed in
July 1987 when the rate fell to $1.9 Well over two-thirds of the people ,

percent from ,&9.. percent in' killed on Florida's highways last _Cv-L! t tl sz.. r y c, ..i. tia.r.-N K-i/rMCMS&L : 4L *suBUS'
of 1987. were not wearing seat belts. If
The statistics show that ''women worn properly seat belt use can Queen RObinson City ,Clerk .. Mar in Rosier i I
buckle up more frequently (57.4 per .save lives and decrease the severity ..Mayor/Commission
cent) than men (46.4 percent). 51.8 of Injuries sustained in an accident.


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Page UA ''TEI"(iJtAPII, September 22,19H8I

Tennant Minute! Off Best Time in Multi-team_ Cross Country Event I

Ramona Tennant placed 14th out, Marlena Lewis ,was 57th In 21:00.: 1988 season Tuesday afternoon. : \\i, think over all, both boys and country'team travels to the University "'
of 'over 100 girts representing 18,, Michelle Reed was 58th In 21:22.: Sept. 20.'Under. are coming around good and of North Florida Invitational
teams in ,the' Middleburg High Nicky Nichols was 60th. no pressure, Ramona Ten : getting into good running Jacksonville.The '
School'' Wayne ,Wightman Invita- ""They ran a great race," says nant won in 16-20.: 2)Krlsta Oehl, They're working hard I'm,, meet will be run Jointly with
tional run Saturday, Sept. 17. Coach Loper.. The BMS girls were 20:07: 3) Kim Hampton, 20:32; 4)Glenda ,Loper."I: with their progress at this the Sandalwood,,High Invitational.
Tennant, the BHS team captain running against freshmen, } Rosier, 20:33: ; 6) Nlchole ," says. Coach Loper, There will be races for everybody,
and a junior ran a 14:01: an Im- sophomores and seniors from some Wanton, 32>10, her first meet. Julie junior high on up.
provement oi almost a full minute of the big Class 4A schools in Fergus of IHS was fifth in 20:57.: ... Next Tuesday, Sept. 27, BHS will
over'the past week. The JU course Jacksonville, .. Captain Cam Ward led the BHS ''! Saturday, Spot 24, the cross be at Oik Hull '
the previous week was soft and muddy The JV boys from BMS were 8th boys and finished first In 22:04: ; 2)
over-all with 334 points. They,Were Larry Green, 23:07: ;; 3)) Blake
Krista Oehl finished 43rd overallin led by Bernard Johnson who was 'Thomas, 23:35: ; 4) Kenny DeSue,
15:38, her best time so far:She ran 47th overall in 21:56. Raymond Dur- 23:46: ; 6) Tyrone Sanders, 26:10; 8)' )0
16:35: last week at JU. ban was 62nd over all in 24:41. Der- Vernon Griffin, 31:00:
but Americans Guard tonJght"lIIRALPH !!!
"Put on
Glenda Rosier was 54th overall in rick Cowart was 74th overall in I none
16.35: better than four minutes off 31:18. Michael Groves ,was 75th in 'The, JV Race... ?
her JU time. 3330.: James 'Etcheson was 76th in The BMS JV runners were led by '
BHS did not have the required five 33:35.: Brittany Bula.in! 17:21.: BRYAN
girls for a team score. One girl was "They did well,'too," says Coach' Latoya Simms ran 18:13: Charmil b ,
out sick and one quit. Loper. Spooner 19:02: Renee Daughtery IS A VETERAN fW
The BHS boys finished 15th out of 19:41: Javona Monroe 19:56, Clara fW
18 teams with 363 points.Team captain Interlachen Race.* Batten 20:31: ,>Tasha Johnson 22:45: ;
Cam Ward led the boys and wAS. The'BIIS-girls won 15-0 and the Marlena Lewis 22:49: LeShana
50th over-all in 1905.: BHS boys won 16-42 over Interlachen Carter 23:39: ,Katina Hampton 24:26, Some; of my fellow members of the American
Kenny DeSue was 77th in 20:56. High,in the first home meet of the Judy Hankerson; 24:30: Nicky ., Legion ''and prospective 'members of the,
Blake Thomas was 83rd overall in Veterans of In
4' foreign wars now organizing
21:20.: Larry Green was 84th in 21:22: t
Tyrone Sanders was 85th In 21-23: Starke. has'urged me to emphasize that I am
Vernon Griffin was! 103rd in 26:36.: r VETERAN., In their'honor'I dedicate this
"1'was really excited about the, GRAUDON '
girls. They ran really gutsy. They : >.
had a very strong finish. They areimproving

Loper., /' says .Coach'' George ,REFRIGERATION Yes J am a Veteran of 3 years in the Army ... with over 16 months

The boys ran well and Coach' service, In 'Korea. '1 'was awarded the Korean Service,Medal with 3 Battle,
Loper'said he was pretty pleased Stars ,and the United Nations Medal. 1 was Honorably' discharged with (
'' 964-4928
,with The them Middle School Road( Runners, ,the rank of Sergeant (E-5)).

1" A-Team finished second overall with
73 points Serving: All Makes I would like,, to' remind everyone from every district :t\"'' since the '

Latoya bimms: was"th"overall in', founding Fathers people have fought and died'to preserve your precious,
14-50: to lead the BMS girls.Brittany' Air' Conditioningand
,Bula was 9th overall 14:54. Tanika Heating, right to vote. We,, owe,it to them; and their memory to exercise:that
Bright was' 16th overall in 16:03. Refrigeration EquipmentReasonable right *
Renee Daugherty was 18th In 16:72, ,
Charmil Spooner was 23rd in 16:38: PLEASE VOTE Old,OCTOBER 4THI)!
Clara Batten was 41st in 18-13: ''i ,' f
Christina Reed was 51st in 19:38., ', ,' If you Vote Ralph Bryan for County Commissioner, District''3,1 wilt
Tasha Johnson was 53rd In 19:40 "
Katma Hampton,was 54th in 19:45: r appreciate it from the bottom of my heart i! and will work real hard for

After Hours the next 4 years to prove you were.right!!11! Thanks again for the First

Sports, 9 I { Primary Vote.,I 1,need. and humbly',ask for your continued.'support on

I ,Rates October 4th. s \
Shorts I \ .,'


Flustered,Father; ,.. 1",
Did you notice Charlie Francis at >
the Flagler game trying to listen to '
son John: David Francis place,
kicker for the UF Gators,and watch LISTEN UP ,L'1
"son Donnie place kicker for BHS,at
,the ,same time..At one point John . .
,David was 'kicking at Mississippi
'and Donnie was kicking an extra'
point at the same time Charles,
says. All Charlie'wants is for the, '
'Gator and Tornado games to be 1988C'LOSE-OUT
played on separate nights..The BHS-
Flagler game was played Saturday
''to give, the field time to''dry out
,more '
T Tornado Machine... _.
Coach'David Hurse found it dif,, 'SALE -

ficult to stop his 'Tornado scoring '
machine against Fernandina.
Wanting to protect starting QB ,
A Reggie Sheffield in the final minutesof
the Fernandina game, Coach I'
Hurse sent in' backup QB Travis '-"
Long and told him to run the "
quarterback sneak. QB Long turned X Payments of
the sneak into a 36 yard run beforehe >
fumbled, RB Greg Pittman pick-
ed up the loose football and scored,
'only to have it called back on a clipping '-
t penalty.: 15155' "

Hurse watched, astonished.
,"Reggie Reggie! Go back, take
'' ,
the snap, back up three steps and :\
fall down. ,Clint (for fullback Clint '

Reed Reggie.you.."" go.in and, fall, ,on top of ::1988' Ranger "S" 'ModelS: '

How Good...?'

Watching the Tornado eleven tear \11 $ 6695 Over 2O RangerS
up a larger Fernandina football, Only After' Rebate
team 28-0, Bradford fans are asking' I to choose from
how good is the 1988 team.,(, ,

'team Well has;Coach fast Hurse linemen'has'with said good this' and ,payments of ',only $155.15' ,

size.'The backs are solid runners. '
The defense is better than good.The I

,,defensive' secondary is ;young

players, playing like veterans. 1988 Escort 1988 Tempo GL "
,Remember...? 1/2 LX, I

Sheffield Watching brings sophomore back memories QB Reggie'of 2 Dr.,. 5-Speed Air Cond. ''" Payments 4 Dr,Air;; Cond..'Speed 1 :Payments

,former star QB Frank Long.Did you Control. AM-FM Stereo
'see Sheffield directing blockers'on AM.FM, Stereo, .Power
his 18 yard TD run. '' 17617Per Cassette 205'00'
Sheffield made just'one mistake Steering,,,Tinted Glass

and that was a good idea,but he pull :Digital Clock":with,Over-head Only :
ed a lob pass too much and it was in- Mo. .Per Mo.
tercepted. If he had pulled the foot- Console .
ball back down and run with it,he'd Only'k $8879
probably have made some yardage. :
The Fernandina man was four feet '" I76O5
up in the'air.Super. I. After Rebate
"fl/ if 'After Rebate '
.Rover.., I ''"

Notice that Rodney Mosley,toutedas Over 30 1'5 '
the most dangerous Tornado run-
ning back is playing Rover back on to
defense and getting in less offense?, to
At .Mosley,'an .excellent,
roveI'd', four tackles and three ,
assists and intercepted a'pass.;" It select I'
just,'goes, with the 1 philosophy ofCoach
Hurse: "If you don't get
scored on you don't get beaten.",
The other running backs,' Clint
Reed, Clyde DeSue, and Greg Pitt- '

man are picking up the slack. ,RANGER, :'S j 1988 Escort Ford Tempo ;

Nassau From page 12A 'Rebateebate, k
WN uses a 5-3 defense. ''Middle
guard is Aldm Hildebran,No.51,5-7, Rebate.Ta (
23510.The defensive tackles are big Plus Tax Plus 'Tax : x.1 .'f
$3OO $5OO $4'
Karst, No. 66, and Wayne Clowers, JL '
No. 54, &-10.235-11. Defensive ends &Title & ':Title '. .'&Title '.? tj
are Charlie Alford, 'No. 52,I 185-12, .. .
" and Smith, No. 64. 1 -
'Middle linebacker is Bo Johns No.'
57, 5-7, 235-10, an aggressive hardhitter
The two outside linebackers TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
are Shan Raybon. No. 1, 6-2,. 195-11,
v ,and Jerod Lightfoot,'No. 55, 6-2; ,' '
180-10 473-FORD /
The Warrior secondary plays zone 904-7200: 371-1096 388-FORD
,defense. Free safety, is Keith G Starke Keystone Hgts .
Roberts,No: 3, $-11, 17010. Corner- r Gainesville I 'Jacksonville '
backs are Richard Boyd, No.44,5-9, 209 W. MadJson State Road.2 1.
155-12, and Richie Knot. No.'24,&-7" ,


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I'' Baroque, Music Concert" Opens SFCC Fall Series.

Music of the Baroque Gay,Handel Scarlatti, Eastman School of Music Professor, Linda Splcher
period will featured ,in Purcell and Vivaldi. where, she was a voicestudent at the University of
the opening performance The program'tncludes of Anna Kaskas. Florida. i .
of Santa Fe Community' Purcell's Duet""Sound the While at Eastman Ms. Rebecca Legum'has
"1 ,,', College's' Fall,PerformingArts Trumpet", and Scarlatti's Rosenshein was awardeda performed In opera and
<,'i',;' .. Series Tuesday evening "Chamber Cantdtd", Performers Certificateand recital and has directed
i, ,, ;", Sept. 27, at the featuring trumpet harpsichord performed In.local musicals and operetta at
Starke Woman's Club. .,violins and cello opera productions as Santa Fe and at the
I, ) Launching the 11th A selection of arias will Susannah In The Marriage Gainesville Community
+'"', ".' Season of Starke's free be sung from John Gay's of Figaro, Playhouse She has
.'.. .f,,: rSrt and open'to-the-public "The Beggar's Opera"', Rosalinde in Die Fleder-' Bachelor of Music and
',,I,'I, cultural series, the 8 p.m. as well as arias by 'maus and Donna Elvirain Master of Arts Degrees In
:,' ', ', ,concert of,Baroque .music. Purcell and duets by' Don Giovanni. For'two voice and music history
: will be presented by three Handel and Bach; summers she'was a and is currently. 'working
members of the SFCC, Ingrid Rosenshein soloist with the Chautaw-' on a Ph.D. at the Univer
: music faculty. Sopranos received her Bachelor of qua Symphony Orchestraand sity of Florida where she
,:: Ingrid Rosensh-ein, and :Arts ,degree from Mac- in 1964 won a 'studied Voice with Professor -'
Rebecca Legum will be Murray College, majoring/ Fulbright Scholarship to Ronald Burrichterj
, .:, ', ""IAWfl' "rl accompanied by pianist In voice and minoring in study voice and opera In Ms. Legu'm has served as'
} )IJ.';/r: Shirley Groth at harp3ichordatanding.; Ingrid Rosenshein, Rebecca Rome, Italy. She Is Cultural
Shirley Groth in a performance organ. $he holds a Masterof currently Director of Af-
I. '111\,,;'Jry; \;>1 I":)),,,' Legum. of works by Bach .Music degree from the studying voice with!.. .Seepage 3B
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.,: Jt d- 1'-/" The Starke-Bradfbrd Chamber'of Commerce's E dstingIridustries Committee

",, ,,,''c"" I' -"- and the;(Bradford County Economic;Development Corporation will 'sponsor' the
:.-;> Fifth:Annual' Industry Appreciation Week<; during the state-wide Industry Appreciation
;'. ;-' Week proclaimed by Florida Governor Bob Martinez. September: 19-
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::' '" l ; ;,) Local merchants, Chamber' Commerce,offcials'andthe' public are'inyited'', I ,

"i/,,,;' '\\1.;;, t 'to a special:"Getting to Know'Each Other"'mixer tonight, Thursday, Sept.. 22 at.
i.;":N'I 9J' J. """ I : L the Florida National Bank on Jefferson' Street in'Starke' from 5:30 p.m. to 7 '

,, I I; in: ";""" ,, #\) I'I'Dressing .p.m ,
II '"I,' "<",1' ; ,. The Community.State'Bank'', Florida Federal Savings and,, ,Loan,;and the,
, Florida National Bank have all 'agreed to display local industry's'products in

,: theircustomer lobbies the week of September 19-23 "The purpose of the dis:
.., plays is to recognize our local industries and express'our, appreciation''for ,
,;.r"d"",' for the Art Festival.( their decision to,locate in Bradford County said Wally.Ingram, ,Executive' Director +'

; ,,, ', Claudine ea........at left and Joann Copeland of Joann'i Country Cra/u In SUrke...dreued In. 'I of the Chamber
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Pall 28 TKi.ECKAPII, TIMES&MONITOR-D SECTJUN: !.rpll( -uI1N'" 7,2.11''tl' !{

I Todd ,Awaits Grand Jury's VerdictA I

30-year-old( Starke man accusedof Laurel Church Road was found in Adernolt: it took many telephone her but she was still breathing so he -
killing his mother and stealing her her trailer home Sept. 3. Authoritieswere calls to authorities in Pulaski County -' put a pillow over her head, before -
car remains'in the county jail. contacted after neighbors failed VA to get them to check there on packing his clothes and leaving id "- Cleopatra's; '
Gene Leroy "Gonzo" Todd awaits to get her to come to the door Her a friend of Todd's. When the her car,said Aderholt. .
the investigation by a grand jury body was found on her bed, face authorities finally went to 'the Todd said he flew out of Brunswickto 'Upholstery & Decorating
scheduled to be impanelled October down in a pool of blood. The victim's residence Sept, 8 It was Todd who N.C. where he took a bus to VA.
6, according to Investigator Wiley son was missing as well as her vehi opened the door, said Aderholt. By The victim's white Pinto station' Emporium
'Clark: of the Bradford County State cle. He was last seen in Starke at the the time Aderholt and Deputy wagon was located at the airport
Attorney's Office; trailer Friday night, Saturday he Harvey Rhoden arrived at Parrott, where it was seized and sealed. Arrangements 322 8, Walnut St. Starke 964-7014
Todd was returned from Virginia was seen in her car at the rest area VA,authorities had a video tape confession are being made to (Next Door to Lake Area Glass)
Sept. 10 to face a charge of murder, on 1-10 in Duval County. from Todd. Todd said he had transport it ,back to FL, said
grand theft auto Vera Z,Todd,71,ofHersey An extensive network was placed beaten his mother several time witha Aderholt.The .
throughout the United States and two-foot-long piece of pipe when he weapon is still missing,Todd FREE PICK-UP & DELIVERY
Mexico following Todd's disap- found her either asleep or passed out said he threw it from the car as he Chairs Recovered ,*1OO Plus Material'
pearance.Authorities were notified on the bed Friday night, Sept. 2. was leaving and a search of the area Lounge
and asked to contact, friends. and Todd said his mother had'abused continues.. Head Liners 99.OO '
''relatives of Todd's. him for a long time and he couldn't Bond was set at$100,000 cash only

According. to Investigator David remember. how many times he hit4' for Todd. .-..... .

Nabbed, (

For, TheftsSO

Departments Solve


24-year-old Starke man placed'on
community control in July faces ,,,' THE DIFFERENCE,
multiple charges after his arrest
Tuesday for three recent burglaries. \' UPERBRAND
Mark Randall'' Hersey was ar- HARVEST FRESH
rested in Clay County after he stole a
bike and tried to flee from Bradfordand
Clay County authorities, according -,;
During the investigation 'of a
burglary at the Keystone Family Inn
Restaurant on SR-100, footprints led
to the residence where Hersey was
staying. Hersey ran from the house
when authorities arrived but was
captured by deputies Recovered ,
',was frozen meat bread and cash
which had been taken from the Inn.
Also recovered was a chain saw and
''e' commerical sprayer which had'

been taken ,from the, cemetery .
caretaker's garage next to the Inn, '
said Reddish. '
Hersey is also charged with the ,"
.theft from a home on C-18A near'
Crystal Lake ,where firearm;
jewelry and money had been taken,
said Reddish. The ,jewelry and
firearm have been recovered.. Four lir-----
silver dollars taken from the home \
have not been recovered., '
Since 1980 Hersey has been charged -
with carrying a concealed
firearm ,burglary four' counts of '
grand theft, petit theft possession of
.a controlled substance,possession of,:
a firearm by a convicted felon .
possession of drug paraphernalia'In DOZ.: HEAD

July Hersey was adjudged guilty
and sentenced to serve two years
community control, despite the
strenuous objects: of the State At'

torney's Office. .
Following his appearance before
,the Clay County judge; Hersey will
be transported to Bradford to face
the felony charges of armed WO BRAND US, CHOICE
burglary two counts of burglary, HICKORY SWEET $' 99 HARVEST FRESH (-
two counts of theft and one count of, 68
grand theft, said Reddish. L' r u' BARTLETT PEARS.. _u_
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Former Starke Man. LEG QUARTERS. SHORT RIBS $226 KIWI FRUIT .,. .4 rot 100 %
Dies In Accident W O BRAND U.S. CHOCS
... $- 87WINNDIXIE
A former Starke man died when ,COOKED HAMr r. fc SHOULDER ROAST | YELLOW 29C '
his car struck a heavily loaded dump u ONIONS a. SATISFACTION

truck early Monday morning. W-D CHOPPED I
Lavine Marks.31, of Alachua was' HAM . . $249 FRESH
,it Is Proud to beo
dead at the scene at 5:55 a.m. Sept, GUARANTEED
'19 on SR-235, according to the SPONSOR of .
Florida Highway Patrol. Marks had SMOKED PORK Q7c NBC'S Telecast ((2HARVEST IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED.

just left his residence after stabbinghis SHOULDER PICNICS,. it O IWO of the 1988SUMMER 9 NEITHER ARE WEI!
death.girlfriend, Queen Webb, 34, to BRAND 5 WE WILL REPLACE ANY ITEM
,'a In a separate but closely related BONELESS $ 97 GAMES UGH RETURN YOUR PURCHASE, PRICE.
'crash, Willie Lee Davis, 51, of Putnam -, CHUCK ROAST .'! ''L' I NBC SPORTS
Hall was struck and killed as he
attempted to cross the road to the '
scene of the Marks accident.
According to'authorities,. it ,is FISHERMAN
unclear if Marks' accident was just I
''that-or if it was a suicide due to his\ ', WHARE I
frame of mind.>The investigation is
pending. 41/SO-CT

Keystone Man, __ i GUply SSER '


,A 'SB-year-old Keystone' Heights PURCHASES $479FRESH
man.was charged Sept. 16 with driv- FREEt
ing under influence in a three car",c-

cident. ,. ; '
l't Robert Lee Watkins' blood alcoholcontent
was .18 percent,'accordingto GROUPER FILLET' 'it
.Trooper, Phillip Kraszewski. "
Watkins was released after a $1,000
surety bond was posted.,,. AVAILABLE IN SEAFOOD STORES ONLY
Watkins, driving a ,1986 Ford, r _
pickup...was eastbound on SR-100,
failed to stop and struck a vehicle,
driven by Betty Alvarez..stopped in > ELI 4
traffic to make a left turn.That vehicle
was pushed into a third Vehicle,
driven by Dennis'Rhoden,.in the. 8:55 I READ'TO OO'
p.m. accident. WHOLE &Aa 01
Only minor injuries were listed in BARBQUESPARERIBS
the accident, however, Betty
Alvarez, a passenger, were treatedat CHOCO CHARM DENTURE TABLETS 'IS'997 BUSCH BEER
Bradford Hospital and will start HOT CHOCOLATE MIX" 'IHK.99c? 9
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Vehicle Hits Rail . y.D. Au.RCM"1GEORGIA
New York family escaped CRACKERS 12u,... 98.
serious injury when the car they . EXPECTORANT'LIQUID DCCONGCSTANT MEDICINE,
were riding In struck the bridge rail KELLOGGS or TRIAMINIC MULTI SYMPTOM LIQUID M" $139 A GREAT SANDWICH
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on both sides of US-301 south of | $297
A 1981 Chevrolet pasenget vehicledriven .
by B. J. Braithwaite 30, 01 VASELINE $984 "" WINN.D-'XIISTOI'ICOU"-O'N' -ae 1'' r

Rochster, N. Y. was northbound on RICE KRISPIES 1:0-:$251 INTENSIVE CARE 1:1: *C 2 i S AV/E SAVE
US-301 in the right lane, The right 1 JUV SAVE sos .. J
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front tire blew out causing the vehicle \ 1 Of ANY Iw
to veer to the right striking the f RISH MAOi ..
bridge rail with the right front and DELISANDWICH I
side, according'to Trooper Donald WINN-DIXIE GIVES YOU / II
vehicle then careened off 1 Of TOUft. CMOICI II
the rail and travelled to the left THE LOWEST FOOD BILL 1 AVAILA AT ALL
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struck the left side bridge rail with 10! "' .. I
its left front, said Dean. MflIsp* ma
According to Paramedic Cliff
Chapman, Braithwaite was taken to
Bradford Hospital for minor in-
juries,The children In'the vehicle
did not require transportation.

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Jock a. U>.Method*Youth Camp ? h s Boy Scouts of Troop 70,'sponsored! choices among the many courses of
fa Leesburg. by the Starke Rotarians,recently attended action in any given situation followed

On UM front row Iron left i., Methodist a Scouting retreat at the by ranking the actions from bestto
4 Youth Camp at Leesburg. worst, based on short and long-
right Jaon Greene,Vincent Ennjj
The rustic lakeside camp was an ex .
( Cory CoetaMn Robert M trool r cellent setting for the Scouts to' term consequences.Real life situations were then
and Jochwt Brewer. renew their commitment to do their
presented to the Scouts for their enthusiastic -
b the rears Mitchell Curter duty to God from which all other and lively evaluation.

SomUnMter John Schmidt Doug responsibilities derive. Some presented no problem to the
Snyder, Patrick Hunt,AMI,, well planned and structured small Scouts such as: Alan's best friends
Scoatmwter Dirk Schmidt Senior group discussion sessions were heldto start smoking and encourage him to
teach the
Scouts to make sound join them.Should he do risk los-
Patrol Leader Jason Morin and AwCScoatmuter ethical so or
and responsible decisions. A
ing their friendship? Others proved
Shan Schmidt stepwise procedure was examined
much more complex without any
for recognizing the various real single good solution.

Bill. Sanders from Kalamazoo,
Mich:,was the special guest speakerfor
several sessions during the
j weekend. Sanders' enthusiastic and
--,. humorous messages stressed the Importance
of the good self-images
that are required for teenagers to
conquer the negative peer pressures'that
r at: are so prevalent today. His
direct no-holds-barred approachwas
GOLD KIST 7-BONE well received as he covered
from in
topics apathy school to child

YOUNGNTENDERWHOLE CENTER CUT abuse ,drugs suicide, tennage
\ pregnancy, drunk driving, and'
premarital sex.,

ffVCHUCK: Bond' Revoked

On, Murder Suspect t
Ricky Lavon Carney 21, was arrested
Sept 9 on a warrant for an
IIRYERS LOASTr order setting aside bond, according''
to Lt: John Hodges. Gainey; ,who

faces custody.a murder. charge remains in

: ,Gainey' was arrested Feb 24 for
the-shooting death of Pete Parham,
17, of Starke. He remained in jail un-
til his release after a surety bond
was posted in March. Gainey was
1 again arrested in August for
burglary of a conveyance and petit
theft and was released at that timeon
his own recognizance. The new
I warrant places him in custody until
his trial date which was scheduledfor
5i09? Oct 311( however, a key witness,
Willie Davis (Gainey's uncle), was
,,' killed Sept. 19 in a traffic accident.
According to the state attorney, the
case will have to be re-evaluated

L B. Man'Arrested

,For Breaking,

Into .StoreA

.:,..... \ -,"'wY '2yearoid'Keystone( ,Heightsman
r ,. was arrested Sept: 18 and
1>' charged with breaking into the
," Junior Food Store. '
,n Alan Duke
i" LYKES 'Joseph was charged
BUN MATES OWEINERS..C $' 88 with burglary and criminal
Winn-Dixie' ua mischief according to Deputy Barry!
Ms. I King. At ,3:30: am. the sheriffs
1>' department was notified of a
.' ". .. :: BUN MATES 'O. $198 burglary at the convenience store at
'),:i'' ; war 4' .." BEEF fRANKS ;v?- '! the county line. The front door was
,,.'"I." .,' ? '"\\'')..'.. LVKES busted with a trail of blood and
," .';';;;1' ', :,))0\ '.." \. BUN MATES O $ 18 tracks inside the building and out
., 'r''' ,"i.I! ; ",\ IULMC. side leading to a house on Linda
(:' ,i., li' Lane, said King.There was no one at
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the house
\I ( at the time the authorities
>,' '",i'i' LOUIS RICH 99cGROUND 'arrived but Duke was later arrested.

"t''; ;,' ,', TURKEY u' Duke said he heard noise while in-
,,. ; side the store and left without taking
: PRICES GOOD 1 IN THE. FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION: FRANKS orBOLOGNA 99''<<;, anything. Two additional suspectsare
;< being sought, said King who
.., .,.,. ,.,., , ':; sTARKE MOrwrO Ca.n.--u.r.oil...r,. .. r.. r t/J: also said the investigation is continua
'\ .. .' '" W.D SKOAL TRIMMEDWHOLE ing into the burglary. .
: ;, ..<" ,I BUY Duke was released Tuesday after

., .". '. C-aAUi10altfaL. TICKETS SMOKED HAMS is 97aUPCRBRAMO a'posted.Displaced'Uomemaker'' $2,500. ,(total) cash bond was,

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Program ,

The Displaced Homemaker Program
atSanta, Fe Community' Col,
i ova lege has a new class starting on Oct;
'24. The class and other'services are
ot aslur free of charge, but preregistrationis

required by Friday, Oct. 21, .
The purpose of the class,is to offer
help to homemakers 35 years of age
or older who have lost the support of
: l "A : I their family through separation
divorce or the death or disability of
their spouse, and who are planningto
re-enter' the job market after
years of working in the home. Planning
a new life direction and support
from others are ,basic parts. of the
Class "
To register or for more information
:call 395-5047.. '

SFCC Artists

Series .Begins M -

AuvARiETies THRIFTY MAID '$ $-99 HUf Page
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48' "--' Assn. of Teachers of Singing -
99' Sn ,COTTAGE CHEESE CUP Shirley Gr th teaches
BATHROOM TISSUE ,' 1M MUENSTER D music courses at Santa
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studio. She studied at
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MAID.2 the Certificate of Ex
,STEAK r.r PRESERVES. '. :; 24.:: PASTRIES . perience in piano from

the Florida State Music
Teachers Assn. Since 1978

she has been the accompanist -

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Civic Chorus, playing

.piano, organ, of harp

sichord., ,
I The Starke Woman

Club will host a "meet the

'immediately after the

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Padgett Family'Reunion'

I' Art Fest a Big Event in Starke Set. for The,'Sunday 13th Annual Sept.Padgett'25 MOBILE' "" "

Family Reunion., descendents
By Mark Friedlin since its inception.The many creations :and a central'' 'of James W, and Creasle HOME
DOT Staff Writer show is being sponsored! by location which is,easily accessiblefor Padgett, will be held 'Sunday,, ,
Get ready all you fans of the arts, the pity of Starke and by Santa Fe all thoM who ttend. ,Septmeber 25 at; Gerald and I SPECIALMOBILE
the 3rd Annual Starke Festival of Community College Sitarke The categories in the festival include Annette Norman's home on SR .
the Arts U set for October 15-16 Center the SFCC Endowment; work*.in two.dimensions, 229 In Starke. HOME 3 TON '' '
Tho art festival which has grown Corporation and the Stttnrke- (painting, drawing printmakingand A covered dish luncheon to I AIR $$1, 1' n Olnst '
in size and Bradford Chamber Commerce.. photography) and in three jr >ll d'Subject
tremendously scope start at 1 pm with all the A top-rlo ch unit designed *
since its first year of existence "We have been very pleaseot with dimensions ,(wood-working, ,trimmings (brought by some of lot mobile homes ....-.. to availability
,should b. bigger'arid better this the response by both the {public sculpture in all of its various forms the best country cooks In Single-Wide"' Priced from \
year with over 100 artists who will and the artists who have participated and medium, along with creations Northeast Florida) will be f
fill Call Street in Starke with a variety in the show" SFCC-ffitarke in glass, ceramic and served on the grounds. All ,
of;colorful displays which Centel Director Bernard JHcFad-\ fiber, ,along with natural material relatives are encouraged' to
win be both for viewing and for den commented. "This is'tn dy an creation like the hand-woven attend and bring the kids. GAS & APPLIANCES
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sale. event that draws the community\ basket made from pine needle

Newly renovated Call Street'will together in one of the best passible' and other material by Keystone' ,
:be the site of the Festival as artists ways. The artists who hawk committed Heights' Margaret Boone of Key. -" -

began setting up''their booths between to the show this year are stone' Heights, one',of the many,
U.S. 301 and the 'railroad outstanding and we export another artists who will be showing their

tracks in the center of town, very successful event. creations.
The more than 100 artists who The setting, along the renovated Two top Jurors who, will be An estimated 147,000 Americans will I

will be featured at the show are Call Street section of the'city; judging the many works at the THE develop colorectal cancer this year;
coming from all over the state of which has undergone a tremendous show, for the awarding of prizes,
r Florida South Georgia and manyof rebirth in the past few years will be ort :hand throughout the about half will die from the disease. But

them are local artists eager to is a perfect one for an event,of this festival. when detected early! the survival rate

display their talent to the type, with plenty of parktmg for See Page 6B CANCER for colorectal cancer jumps more
appreciative big crowds which' the festival-goers, spacious Uisplay than 85 .
have been a highlight 'of the show areas for, the artists with their i
SantaFe HealthCare has joined forces

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l, .!t9 AwarenessDay ; TALKSABOUT. October 3. ._.

: at Simply'pick. up a free hemoccult\ test'kit

.Fop; Lawtey at:your nearest Eckerd pharmacy.! ; It's an

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Saturday Sept. I ADVISES YOU ON PAST ,
i -SN, / ,PRESENT AND FUTURE privacy of your own home. /It's a simple

,. "Dunking your favoritepolitician" 1 tIurifto many y.... of practice I havebtouoht .,' method of detecting hidden blood,
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I will be one of the many together many In marriage and
III" attractions at a Hazardous Waste .1.1I. who dlacouf w.aged* aapatalad.of In alauaaa II you,I can a/.help unhappy you. Colorectal cancer. ,which, : can be a symptom of colorectal

I I. n UN/ ,Awareness Day sponsored by UCAP cancer.
,V \ (United Citizens Against Pollution) I I '
I .. 'NG at the Lawtey Community School, : t. ) ,I) The, secondft( r .you :have followed the pharmacist's,
; ,Saturday Sept. 24, from 2 to 7 pm.
order' T instructions on ,how to complete the test
\ Politics and pilau will be the .1 Card or Palm Reading '
,I of the day with chicken 'n rice dinners With This' Reg. Price' leading cancer'' '' return the kit to the Cancer Screening<;:,
being served for$3 a plate from,' "" $0 U Ad $4000
I S, to,7 pm Advance dinner tickets 4312 N.W. 13 St. Program in,the envelope.provided.
,may be purchased from any UCAP 81' HOURS DAILY:'10 A.M...7 P.M.. killer .in the SantaFe HealthCare will examine the'
"' member or on arrival at the school, I Call lee' Appt. ,
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u .All politicians who wish to be {
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i 1 ,the day,as well as serving as targets; il il'IIIJ '," every year for all men and women over i.
/"' at the dunking booth.Any politicians I ,. ..i.' .
Elect ,, ': ,
(I" who have not been contacted, but ,, '.' i., ,'" I ",' I,\"c\ 'r,.'. the age of f 40.

would like..to speak or:participate in GERALD Wf ,'I., .',. ,.' ',,. .., Colorectal Cancer: Early'' Detection is
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'- .. ._' September ZZ, 1988 TELEGRAPH TIMES MONITOR-B$SECTION "".e

I News Briefs ,

Man Charged was found by her father at Frazier's trespass after warning, possessionof Traffic
With residence Sunday afternoon and was drug paraphernalia, according to I
,BatteryA taken to ,Bradford Hospital for a Investigator Michael McClain. Bond Gregory' 'Joseph Sheley, 42, of
29-year-old Starke man was arrested medical exam, said Deputy York: was set at$1,250,be was released on Starke was arrested Sept. 18 for Bradford
after he attempted to choke Frazier said the girl went willingly his own recognizance.Willie driving under Influnce (DUI)'and
girlfriend while she was driving.A with him, he did not take her by driving while license suspended Center
car which had run off the road- force, said York. Frazier remains In Kenneth DeSue, 28, was arrested (DWLS),according: to Trooper D.C. Chiropractic
way 'was stopped by a Florida custody under a' $5,000 cash only Sept.8 for trepan and posses, Roberts.Sheley is also being held for !, Starke Office218'S
Highway Patrol trooper Sept., 14, bond., sion of drug paraphernalia, according Clay County on a warrant charging '
The driver wanted to press charges to Investigator McClain. DeSue Violation of probation for DUI.Bond Walnut St.
against Nathanial Carter, her Starke Man ArrestedFor was arrested in a vacant building in, was set at$752 on that charge. Next to the Chamber of Commerce
boyfriend who was a passenger In the Reno area while authorities were '
the car, according: to Investigator Distrubing PeaceA making search for stolen property. Ancil C.:Tetstone, 43, of Bradford 964-4957
Michael McClain.She had refused to 28-year-old Starke' mail was Bond for each of the charges was set County was arrested Sept. 18 for improper I
take Carter where he wanted to go at charged with creating a disturbanceat at$500.He was additionally chargedon tag, DWLS according to Investigator I''
which time an argument ensued and 1399 N. Grand St. Sept. 14. a warrant with failure to pay a David Aderholt. He was ,. PAIN CONTROLHeadaches :
Carter started choking her causing Michael West was arrested in the traffic fine with bond set at$50 cash. released after a $311.25 surety bond I '
the vehicle to run off the roadway early morning hours Wednesdayafter He was also charged on a warrant was posted. !., Neck&Arm '
said McClain. Neither the victim or he was found shouting and cursing with possession of a controlled .
her four children were hurt in the in- according to Patrolman Jeff substance and sale and delivery of a Joseph Edward Thornton. 19 of Mid Back I
cident. Johnson. West, who had ar/strong i controlled substance, according to Lake for Butler was arrested Sept. 18 Low Back & Leg INJURIES ,
Carter was charged with battery order of alcohol, was charged with Investigator David Aderholt. Bond Gordon DWLS according to Patrolman ,.W.cl..R.Iai.5 :
Smith. He
but was released after a$263.90 sure- disorderly intoxication and possession was set at $4,000, DeSue remains in was released .
ty bond was posted.Man of drug: paraphernalia after a custody. after a $210 surety bond was posted. .Sp.t.k P.tMMlAM
crack pipe was found In his right
rear pocket, said Johnson. William' Charles Miller, 19, of ,See Page 12B AtcMmUDR.
Runs West was released Sept. 20.on his, Starke was arrested Sept. 10 for W.DAVID SIKES
own recognizance.. burglary according to PatrolmanH. 'DR. RICHARD TULLER '
After Alarm SoundsA ;
L. Jofmson Jr. Miller allegedly
Man ArrestedFor broke into a building at US-301 and FLB.TUJINTHEflTREStarke I OIlROPRAC11C.PIIYSIOANS.
56-year-old Summerfield, FL, SR-225W where he stole a hammer THE TEAM APPROACH
man was arrested after he ran from LoiteringA after crawling through the window. 964-5451
Eckerd Drugs Friday evening when Jacksonville Bond was set at $2,000, he was' .' CHIROPRACTIC CARE WHEN YOU NEED IT
30-year-old man Night
Open Euery
the alarm sounded arrested released on his own recognizance. 34 HOURS A DAY r DAYS, A WEEK
As Richard A. Bullis was leavingthe was Sept,IS: for standing at (,
store Sept. 18 the alarm that is The Apartments. Donniel Anthony Doster 25, of 1 BEEPER
While on patrol Starke police ar- ,2.00 SPECIAL 1 964-4957.24 HOUR ,
designed to unpaid merchandise -,
went off pick, according up to the store rested Danny Ray Maloy and charged -, Lawtey burglary was to an arrested occupied Sept.dwelling 10 for Sot. & Sun. 5:00: Showing om../.. _../> '.*>T.......- ;
him with biting and prowling..according
manager. Bums continued walking to Patrolman Jeff Johnson. according to Deputy Barry King and Tuesday Showing
from the store and when the
away Patrolman Johnson. Doster was
manager, advised,him .to stop he to end Maloy of was The observed Apts. which standing is an at areaposted the found in a building on CR-225 wherehe Starts Frl., Sept. 23 'FOREMOST- PR/CE-WISE
started running according had remained
to smoke crack,ac-
Patrolman Danny Thrift. A witnesssaw be enforced no loitering by local by authorities.the owners to. cording to the offense report. Bondwas NIGHTMARE ON & Sale
Bulls throw the merchandise Prices
set at Doster
$2,000. was released -
'into the back of a parked found truck, but Maloy later said stated he was he just was walking in his by on his own recognizance. ELM STREET comb 6e to you 'Good
where the store
fume, said Thrift.manager per brother's license, said truck.Johnson.Maloy has no driver Irene Pam Green, 23, of Starke PART, 4rated R LOWER PRICES sp:2s''
Bullis denies ever seeing the mer- was arrested Sept.11 for retail theft, :
Bond was set at $105, Maloy was
chandise and said he had and Patrolman K. Hinds
money released his according to R. \ SCREEN TWO I
on own
there was no reason for him to steal, recognizance. Jr. She was released after a $210
anything, said Thrift. surety bond was posted.
Bullis was charged with retail Recent ArrestsIn YJIrT v+rwi CANADIAN KENTUCKY
theft and Issued an order to appearfor Bradford CountyThe Willie C. Jackson, 46, of Macclen- ABSOLUT
court, ny was arrested Sept. 9 for disorderly bi@ LORD'VERT AVERN
following arrests were madein intoxication, according to an CAL VODKA
Bradford County by local Patrolman Danny Thrift. Jacksonwas .
Starke Man authorities. causing a disturbance on Oak
Faces Sex ChargeA Street by cursing and threatening
301 DRIVE-m
Yvonne McDuffie, 22, was arrested the victim and would not leave when' ,
23-year-old Starke, man was Sept. 9 for retail theft (two asked by the officer who smelled a Starke 964-7464
charged after he allegedly abducted capias), according to Deputy Gene strong order of alcohoL Jackson admitted 599 699 .1 Q99C,
a, 12-year-old. female over' ,the Lee. Bond was reduced Sept. 12 and' to having a few beers and a Frl, Sat. & Sun .
.' I.weekend. she was' released on her own few drinks of liquor Jackson was ,
,Everette Frazier,23,of Lincoln CI- recognizance.,, found guilty before Judge George BIGBUSINESS 7fJJ L T A r750'SOUTHERN
,t ty was arrested Sept. 18 for sexual Pierce and sentenced to one day '
performance-upon a child, accor..." Lawrence.;'Dewayne Sl cum, 21, ,time served., "
ding to Deputy: Doug York.,The girl Lawtey was arrested Sept. 8 for m SMIRNOFF RON RICO

,Chinal C.Covington arrested Sept., COMFORT' VODKA'RUM
9 for trespass' after,warning and ,
( retail theft, remains in custody with, :
OPENING bond set at $700. Adults.:....................:.990

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Old ,Fashion

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'First ,Four Great'Success' $ 95 i winterize..4: we cut,prices; !, "

Hundreds of people 'have already enjoyed,some of the best' i: = c. Drain and flush 'radiator

Chicken. 'Pilau In Bradford County. at our 'first,four' cookouts. I Off!!.11! = ,
C := .Test,pressure:

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: Winterize your car with this coupon.? =
Check cooling system, flush radiator. ,
,. check hoses and belts. = Check all hoses and' clamps

:',',', 'For,some old fashion pilau with all the trimmings and U 'Anti-Freeze' Coolant Oil U ,.. Check fan belts '

:some old fa hon politics with all the facts..... plan to be with !
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Sept. 24: sept. 24: Sept. 29: Oct. 1: _
NOON' 6:3Opm_ 6:3Opm 6c30pm0NOON 6:3Opm $
Speedville, Theresa* Hampton. Presbyterian Lawtey Starke
Church Fire Brad.Riding CL UP TO t
Midway Station Hwy 301.
,Fairground 5 QTS.

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Two inmates from Lawtey Correctional description of Tatum's pickup southbound A third Inmate Norman William
fa Institution were captured on US-301 In Starke. King Busch 45, missing from LCI since
'S shortly after they were discovered stopped the truck at Pratt and LakeSt. Sept. 8 remains at large according ,
'd'e' .a.i 1 rN missing Sept., When the two occupants got out to authorities. Busch was serving a ;
M r of the truck they were wearing three year sentence from
Inmates Paul Richard Kinard and prison blues and were arrested,said HUlsborough County for burglary
Carson Calvin Stracke were King. false Imprisonment,shooting into an
reported missing late Wednesday Stracke, 40, who said he stole the occupied dwelling.
evening.A couple of hours later Tom pickup and Kinard 29, who said he Kinard was serving. a three year
Tatum,Jr.of Lawtey reported a 1983 was driving ,because Stracke sentence from Duval County for
'Sr Dodge pickup truck had been taken couldn't drive;'were charged with possession of stolen property.
from his driveway according to escape and grand theft-auto, said Stracke was serving a 30 monthsentence
Deputy Barry King. At 11:50 p.m. King. They were returned to the for burglary of a dwellingand
King observed a,truck matching the prison system. arson from Osceloa County.

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Big Crowd Expected...
A big crowd,similar to the one pictured berg on Stuke'l Call Street attending the lint Art Festival U expected
-- In the article "Reddish Shelves
again for this popular event which b In.IU third year. ( response to

After moving to Jefferson' Street lyt year the chow come back to', hbtoric Call Street' this year beginning'' ,October. Low-Key Politics" in the Sept,14,1988, edition

,15.Approximately 100 artiste from around the itate and South Georgia are expected to attend. ',,. sh.a.a It i" of,the 1 Gainesville Sun) 1

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Page 48 ,stage in the SFCC parking lot next cluding painting;crafts,and a spe a n
The 'first,,ia"Eleanr'Blafiapainter I ;; to,. the:'Telegraph. This ,performance cial children's emporium'' wHere K''E ''
who received a Bachelor' : is' free to the'public.Duringthe ,youngsters can purchase art at, WE ARE NOT,
of'FineArts degree from Cooper day entertainment will be ongoing .,' their own"piggy bank"prices.Local .. E
Union jn'New York City{in 1969.. '', and will include a variety of H A
talent;from dancing to music to non-profit groups will N '
and has since then won over, 20 E' ,
variety 'of goodies and ,' '
outdoor theater performances. POORCOUNTY
awards for her works. She has had ; R'
Walnut Street in the Call ; : (
treats on
four one-man shows and several There ,will also be some special N '
two-man shows in museums and activities for the younger set, in ,Street Kitchen area. 4 I !v; !,

galleries across the Southeastern E, r i D ; \
United States,She has !illustrated '\' ':
three books is the subject pf a recent 'T ': > : >We Are ACounty
full length article in American HOT DOGS, & POKES 1
Artist Magazine;and has paintingsin H : ',
the,permanent collections of' 'Sept. 24 7-8 p.m. ;:
colleges universities;banks and Bradford Riding Club v --

corporation.throughout Florida. 3O1 N. Fairgrounds -/" '*:', .t- ,; .,, ." '.',. .RICH. ... -,

Jn-win-Archorf David Greenbaum, Florida, a,ceramists:where hu,* ,' ,I" ,,-y;:t ''::'f.W : i sh. ,,;;;:p' ,*In ,Heritage I j

opened his own studio in 1974.His Sponsored by Our People Have Been: "as,
't work,, wheel thrown hand-b r. Community Bank-- Governor And Pride!!
nished and carved porcelain is
currently being shown in numerous .> at Starke 'State Representative,
galleries in the United States Come and watch exciting State Senator ; "' ,Y, ', '

collections Canada and'of Europe his works,Corporate includeshowings upcoming Barrel Racing Barrel to Futurity promote sir Commissioner of et i NOW IS THE TIME TO ,,

;. at Barnett Banks, Mar Calf Scramble ,J r Agriculture ';. ELECT SOMEONE ELSE

riott Hotels and Atlantic Bank;and. FREE FREE FREE FREE .FREE FREE FREE United States.'TOiMAKE US ALL VERY'ftepresentattve '
his exhibitions include the Smithsonian ; 'I
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Museum in WashingtonD.C. "PROUD!! j
the Dallas Museum'of'
Fine VOTE **
,Art of Art.and the Philadelphia Museum Ed's ,Appliance Sales & Service ,

There: wilt,be entertainment as,, : '310 E.CaD Street Karke 864-2968, KENNETH ;

Gamble Rogers a contemporary ( SameDay; Service, ,Most Cases,.)
5 troubadour and humorist, will be
featured at the Festival 'at'7 p.mj ETHERIDGEBRADFORD
We,, Buy Appliances Working or Not
Saturday! evening,on, the. Jl1ainHomes :
Factory Authorized Amana COUNTY
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their versatility the uniqueness ,
.offered by their 14-sided design.. + r .
John and Nick may be reached at # Highway 21 _
,United Realty of Starke,by calling -
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,964-8447. a' Between ..IJj
John, when quoting from Eagle's Keystone
Nest Homes literature,adds another h. j// I,, & Melrose rSU ,- .,.
thought to owning such a home:
"The American dream ,is still a ra. 475-5073
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For.Duck Hunting '

A reduced bag limit of'three wood "' .
ducks per day per hunter was ap IlrIrc: : Pleasurecraf t," Marine'Parts Dealer "
proved in a Sept.2 meeting in Tam, t
of the Florida Game and FreshWater '
pa Game Commission for,the 'Water, .Skis, Vesta, ,Gloves, Ropes,' etc. "j tz
September .experimental duck EP, (adder Kastercraft, Jo be', .
season. HO and Connellj, Stralghtllne.. Casad '
The taking of other species of duck "
,will be prohibited during the Sept. ,CLOSE OUT '88 ;LINE'
24-28 season., 9 *,Wet Suits ,and Barefoot'' Suits'' '. 1
Traditionally, hunters could take -4 Waterworks,',Ocean ,Tec,. Body Glove'' -
four ducks per day during early
duck season.No more than one couldbe and Ski, War* '-' Casad, toot! Two'New. 1988 Ski Nautique$17,5OO '
a species other than wood duck or
teal. The daily bag limit is being r .* Vision Skateboards and Clothing
reduced this season due to the
drought which has affected water
fowl breeding areas In the northernU.S. .T- hirtsGa ore-'Touna8 It, we have ,it1: 8 ; '
and Canada.Commissioners
also discussed o or we ,get itlill! !
'season, date and bag limits for the '
regular duck season, also expectedto rwtsial Fashion Haut r.&ue ,- Complete new line! -
be restrictive this '
more season RY
due to the drought. Exact dates New 1988'S Upra "
shooting hours and bag limits will be boaXt' Men's and ladies' casual clothing and swlowear

announced later in September. z. Fashion Nautlque, Jobe, Connelly, Ladder', Camp ', i iKastercraft.
water Due on to the adverse Everglades effects deer of herd high : ;t Habll, Sea Oats, DeLaMer,1- Vision TS6M'S $17' 500 !. "z.,.:"' 1 1s )

the Commission approved a staff ,. "
recommendation to close the '
Everglades Wildlife ManagementArea Hwy 21 Mrrc r-nrr ,,, ',
to public access for a 9Oday 'a .
period.The action cancels archery Between Keystone&,Melrose, Fl. -
,muuJeloading gun and general gun -
hunting seasons on. the area. for. '
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I., ,,,' ''' Editor construction workers had started on part of this home sees the terested in a turnkey operation he
''. ......It. '\ What arrives ,in a semi-tractor the ''second floor and within three weather until it is built"John says can have a completed home ready in
) 1' ( trailer truck, has 14 sides be ,
1' can days the shell of the home was com- noting that the pieces are con- 30 days.
r .. "I assembled in three days and you can plete, structed inside an enclosed The Battens will be
\, :.'" ,' ,. ," J;. JL live In It. A house. "Even to the moment' the house Is John gives a lot of factor their home themselves
( '.,," JI' No this isn't a riddle. It's reality going up we can redesign and success of
,,, .. ..t John put the Batten's home to Holi- Ben Batten, who is retired from
"\\h\(1":: :\' .. l", and Curies of United Realty 01 panels in different. places,'* John day and Sons of Starke who handled the Navy, says he is excited about
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1. says construction
J 4 process and to Dot his new home and no doubt by the
,, 'J. .'" '." pini are the men behind the scenes of The exterior of the 'homes are Ferris of Watson Realty in Keystone time this story hits.the paper, the
I "., i. this new home building concept made from five eights clear grade Heights who helped to get the Bat- Battens are probably already
known as Eagle's Nest Homes The fir or Western red cedar. Tie homes tens into an Eagle's Nest Home. ing the good life of their new Eaglets
I'' homes are being constructed in the come with double'insulated windows The pre-assembled homes are Nest Home, on their tree shaded lot,
1 Bradford County, Lake Region area 'and insulated frames as standard computer designed and come complete overlooking their peaceful lake.
and both John and Nick greet each features. There is virtually no waste with a computer system, John says the homes are perfectas
project with the same' enthusiastic left over after the home is constructed burglary,, theft, medical and fire. lake front homes both because of
gusto as the new home owners of .,At the construction site of Alert. ,
Eagle's Nest Homes have. the. Batten's home, only a very John pays the homes are VA and &e Page 68
I One of the latest homes to go up Is small, hardly noticeable pile of con- 1
}located off SR 100 west of Keystone struction materials remained once'
Heights at Paradise Point and is the house was,Up.
owned by Ben and Susan Batten. To Another special feature of the
put the pieces of the puzzle together, 'home that John likes to talk about is"
," workers unloaded the pieces and by that it stays out of the weather, untillllllx Double Offer

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Eagle Neat Home are being Introduced In tbU area by John Curio of United 'III'f "' ;'Jo:
Realty of SUrke and hi*partner Nick.ChUppInl of Melnwe. : Ages' 1'K/
Shown In the picture U the new home of Ben and Swan Batten 1 of Keystone ...J" \ \, Say YES to Boogie 0 ,$K;?

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Chain Link, Wood & Farm Fence .,Ballroom Rock Country r T ,

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I Obituaries- ', .
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Mrs.Helen Cain Graham died Sunday, Sept.. 18 at DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Dr. E. Frank; two sons William C. Mooreof our best. (' 'Lois Judd Moors B Bennett II, ; '; 'I'

Mrs. Helen Cain 59, of Starke, her residence following an extended Winson Butler officiating.Interment Salisbury, N.C. and Glen A. We have each other's strong hands Wainwright, '
died early Tuesday following an ex' \illness. wllll be In Keystone Height Moore of Starke; a daughter Jean that we count on; ,In this year that
tended Illness. Born In Montgomery, Ala.;; she Cemetery' under the direction of Norman of Starke; two sisters you've been gone' Card Thanks ,

Born and raised in Harrison,. W moved to Jacksonville 42 years ago.' Jones Funeral Home. Millie Starling of Kingsley Lake andMary 'Some days we feel good; But it will ''The family pf Patrick McNabb
Va., Mrs. Cain lived In Jacksonville She has lived with,her daughter in Jane Pease of Lebanon never quit hurting.We. would like to thank everyone for the
Graham for the past eight month Frank D.Totnberlin Tenn. two brothers Russell B.Juddof Love
until seven years ago when she mov ; You Daddy kindness shown,to us during our
ed to Keystone Heights. She attended She was a member of Praise Christian Frank Donald Tomberlln, M, of Orlando, and Robert Judd of St. time of sorrow for our loved one.
the Church of God. Assembly Church of Graham. Florahome, died Sept: ,134 lathe VAMedical Augustine eight grandchildren and Card of ThanksWe Your prayers, food, calls, cards ,
Survivors include her husband Survivors include tier daughter Center 01 ,"lIIesvUIe four great-grandchildren. wish to thank all the people and flowers were very much ap--
Andrew; three, daughters Mrs. Vickie Sheen Crews of Graham a following an extended illness. Funeral services were held Mon that were so willing to help with preciated, A special thank to Doyle''
Susan M. Barrett of Austill, Ga.. sister, Gladys Lamm of Montgomery Born Feb. 27, 1934 In Nashville day at the Chapel of Archie Tanner their prayers,, thought, food and Archer
Mrs. Sandra R. Soils of Holtvllle,':, Ala.; five grandchildrenand Ga., Mr Tomberlln moved to Funeral Home with Rev. James labor,during the Illness and loss of,
Valli., and Mrs Dianne M. Cain of one great-grandchild. Florahome In 1980 from Jackson 'Cowart officiating. Burial was, in ,our, loved one. Rose Mike and Tracy McNabb
Orlando; four sons, Andrew of Funeral services were held ville. He was In the Korean Conflict 'Crosby Lake Cemetery with Archie The family of, Melanie Davis
Rockmart, Ga, Neil of Milpitias Wednesday at the Chapel of Archie and VietNam War in the Air Force Tanner Funeral Home in charge of .

Calif, Edward of Panama Canal, Tanner Smith Funeral Home with Rev.Archie serving from 1954 to 1969; he was the arrangements.
and David of Texas; six brothers, officiating.Burial'was in former owner/operator of Green-
Clyde Childers of Elerie, Ohio Bob- aania; fr'e cemetery unaer the direction world Nursery in Florahome and attended Ted James Wheeler
by Childers of Watertown N.y J', and of Archie Tanner funeral Home the Florahome Church of Mr. Ted James Wheeler, 68, of La Z-Boy
Don Dale' Roger and Ralph of Starke.: God. Starke, died Sept. 15 at the VA
ChUders\ all of Clarkburg,. W.Va; In lieu of flowers, the family requests Survivors Include his mother: Hospital in Gainesville following a FromDENMARK i i4s
,four sisters,Mrs.Mary Delauder, donations be made to Praise Mrs. ,Susie Brantley Ace of brief illness.
Mrs.Nancy Harrison and Mrs.'Irene I Christian Assembly Church. Florahome; two daughters Denise Born and raised in Black Moun- 1 !
Childers all of Belington, W. Va.; Patten of Booneville, Miss.,and Cin- tain,N.C.,Mr. Wheeler served In the

andd Mrs. Annie Nestor of Gyspey, Mrs. Lori Jean Price dy Farr of Mississippi; five U.S. Army in World War II. He was
W, Va.; 20 grandchildren and one Mrs. Lori Jean Price, 27, of Lake brothers Dr.'William Tomberlin of for the
died 18 in N. Fla. McLeansboro Ill Howard of Lake employed 'years by ,
greatgrandchild.Funeral City; Sunday,Sept U.S.Post Office in Dayton Ohio,and
services wUl be held Fri Regional Hospital in Gainesville Asbury Wayne of Nashville, Ga., was a La-Z-Boy
day, Sept. 23 at 11 a.m. at the Samp- following an extended illness James ir. of Cairo, Ga., and RobertJ. Baptist. 434 XV.
Survivors include a Teddy Call Street
son City Church of God, with Rev. Born Nov. 8, 1960 in Miami, Mrs. of Bessemer, Ala.; a sister, Helen Wheeler of Ohio son, three 411 W. Madison strt
Gene Bass officiating.Burial wlH be. Priced moved to Lake City six mon- Millirons of Valdosta. Ga.; and two Mrs.Dayton. ; of 964 5826 904 5827l
in Mt. Santi Cemetery near Brooker ths ago from High Springs. She wasa grandchildren. Starke daughters Wyvonna Thorpe
Mrs. Toni! Davis'and Miss
with Archie Tanner Funeral Home Baptist and was employed by Cen- Graveside funeral services were Mon Fri K OO to'It
of Starke ,in charge of ar tral Builders of Gainesville. as an accounting held Sept. 16 with Dr. William B.' nine Debbie grandchildren Wheeler, both and of two Dayton; A Faiit You < nn Oo ld>i \l O> Illll.Ok
rangements.Mrs. clerk Tomberlin officiating. '
Survivors include her was in Keystone
husband. Heights Cemetery
Funeral services held Sept.. .
.Mary'Harvey of under the direction Funeral were
Wink Gary, Price Lake City a of Jones
19 at the Tobias Funeral Home in
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Mrs.'Mary Catherine Harvey 45, daughter. Loren'Christine Price; Home. Beaver Creek, Ohio, with burial in (904)
,of Starke, died Thursday at Alachua her father* Eugene McDowell of Valley View Memory Garden. Archie *
General, Hospital in. Gainesville. Tampa, her mother, Peggy Jennings Mrs Mamie VarnesMrs. Tanner Funeral Home of Starke
following a brief illness. Hoshaw ,of Ocala; a brother Mamie. H. Varnes 89, of 'was in charge of local ar '
Born and raised in Bell, Fla,Mrs: Terry McDowell of Lake Butler; five Raiford. died Sept. 14 in the rangements. :
Harvey lived in Lawtey, then movedto sisters, ,Peanna Pearce of Winter Whispering Pines Care Center in fasfuons
Starke about 13 years ago. She Haven, Dawn Roberts of Lake Starke following an extended Ulness. Card of Thanks
was a Baptist. 0 Butler, Barbara & Kellie McDowell A lifelong resident of Union County -
IV. Madison
Survivors include her husband. both of Ocala, and her twin sister Mrs. Varnes was a homemakerand Words cannot express the appreciation 444 St. Stark Plaza.
felt for each
Lacey Dewey Harvey; two Lisa Carter of Starke. member of the New River Con- helped one who !
to comfort during the
us .
Funeral services Were held Methodist Church. 0 ; ,
daughters. Miss Janie Harvey annd gregational death of husband. < '1'
Miss Sharon Harvey both of Starke; Wednesday, Sept. 21 in DeWitt (X Survivors Include two daughters. our.fathermy ,. I i.' d' ,

a son, Lacey Henry Harvey of ..John Jones Strickland Chapel in Starke with Burial Rev. Ruby Griffis' and Edna Shadd, both ,Thank flowers,you food to,cards all of and you most who of sent all, ?nie finest in Ladies, J as: ,Ii t.ons r' ,, ','' -:0'<"" ii, ,:,;, 'i
Starke; four sisters, Mrs. Marjorie, officiating. of Raiford; five brothers Curtis ,
McClellan of Hampton,. Mrs, was in Conner Cemetery under the Woodrow and Ocia Harris allol your prayers.
Our thanks to the EMTs of
Dorothy Wray of Reidsville.N.C..' direction of Jones Funeral Home of Raiford Resale and Hubert Hams special
Rescue 75 and the staff of Bradford
Mrs. Irish Brannan of Gainesvilleand .Starke:, both of Macclenny one sister Mrs. '
for their and :
Hospital time efforts.
Mrs., ,Irene Cannon >of Dasie' Register of Sanderson; .15grandchilldren. "EVERY DAY IS ALWAYS A SPECIAL DAY AT JOAN'S" '
We would also like to thank DeWitt
C Charles E.Thomas ,
Gainesville., 32 .
great- ,
C::Jones Funeral Home and: staff for .
Funeral services were held Mon-i 'Mr. Charles Edward Thomas, Sr.,. 'grandchildren and four great-great.. their kindness 'comfort and 'Every day we have a different fashion line selection at

day at the Sampson City Church of 66, of Keystone Heights died Mon: grandchildren. beautiful arrangements.' a, ,savings for you. .
God with Rev.Gene Bass Officiating.. day. Sept. 19 at his home followingan Funeral services were held Sept. ,The Allen (Dorsey) Byrd Family' For,the finest In ladles fashions; visit Joan's and see '
17 in the New River
Burial was in Santa Fe Cemetery extended illness. Congregational Vicki
under the direction of Archie Tanner Born,Aug. 2, 1922 in'\'Louisville' Methodist Church with Rev John Leila. Danny Steve Connie and Families, \ for yourself the savings- you can have,without going, '
Funeral Home of Starke.;' Ga.,MrThomas moved to Keystone' ,Yarbrough ''and Rev' J.C. 6ut-of-towti.>

Heights in 1980 from Crescent City, Lauramore officiating. Burial was .- In Memory'
,Mrs. Lydia T:Lane Fla. He was, an automotive in Dekle Cemetery under the direction Lee McKenzie, ,VISA'" MASTERCARD accepted; Layaways welcome.

Mother Lydia Toplin Lane, 71, of' mechanic; a Navy veteran of'World of Archer Funeral Home- of 9122/87'' Alterations FREE with purchases of$5O.OO or more.
Starke died Sunday Sept 18,. War II, and a Baptist. 'Lake Butler. ;
:Born to the late Mr.John and Mrs. Survivors include his wife, Ruby It's 'been a year since you have

Parthenia Toplin on Jan. 2. 1917.she Holton 'Thomas; daughter,' Alice Mrs. Lois Wainwright passed,; And in our struggles we do :.......... -- :' :,
married Mr. William Lane in 1948., Stewart of Keystone Heights; three Mrs. Lois Moore Wainwright 70, ,
She was very faithful and active in sons, ,Charles E. Thomas Jr. of of Starke, died Sept. 16 at her home
her church The First Born Churchof Gainesville, Andy Thomas of following an extended Ulness. r '
the Living God of Starke. Keystone, and Robert G. Thomas of Born in Monterey,Tenn.,Mrs,Wain- 1988, FLEETWOOD3BR
Survivors include five children, Norfolk, Va.; two brothers, Floyd wright moved to Starke at an early
Mr. fc Mrs. Isaiah Petteway Thomas of Louisville Ga.and Frank 'age. She was retired from the Bradford o 2BA Doublewide i
(Mildred),Mr. &Mrs. Isaac Cupun.bigs .-<-. Thomas of Eaton, k.C.; a sister County School System where8he"'W8S"
(Zephaniah), all of Starke Mr: 'Maty" Lariviere of Woonsocket R.ft:,/p't*! a 'secretaryatBradford ,.," '
& Mrs. William Lane Jr. (Betty) of and three grandchildren. High School. She was a member of rr
Jacksonville Mr. & Mrs. Michael Funeral services Will be held Northside Baptist Church. V A 14 9' 0"0 4>

Solomon (Martha) of Orange Park, Thursday, Sept. 22,,at,,3:30 p.m. in Survivors include her husband, ,

and(Mary Mr.) of&Starke Mrs.; Jerry two sisters Cummings, Mr.& ., 7 ***"' Shingled roof wood at Using, plywood floors delivery and "R c::.

Mrs. ''Christopher Chambers Pbpes' set-up. FleetwcnS 1 ,r. warranty and Extended Warranty cr

(Zelphia), and Miss Ella Toplin all
of Starke; one brother Elder Luther try. Factory Direct Means Wholesale Prices only atl
Toplln of Melrose a dear friend
Mrs.Estelle Robinson of Bradenton,

16 grandchildren. and 13 great- "
grandchildren. ( r Homes
Services will be held Saturday, Quality
Sept. 24 at 11 a.m.. at Mt. Pisgati I
AME Church. Burial will be at Odd.

fellow Cemetery in Lincoln City; ((904)) 752-8627
Starke. Viewing of the body will be

from 9:45: a.m. to 11 a.m,',at the, Hwy 41N., (Between .'HO &'.US'90)) ,Lake City, Florida
church prior to the service, i J

'Mrs. Geraldine McKinney ... 1988 4BR :2BA 24x70
Mrs. Geraldine ,
McKinney, 59, of
Starke died early Tuesday mmorn-' optional 5 or' 6 bedroom
,ing Sept. 20 at her home followingan ,
extended Illness. LOADEDI!
Born and'raised In'Hammond, .
Ind., she served as a nurse in the:. would like, to thank Glenn
U.S. Army, She moved to Starke in 22,900 209

.Church 1977 and of attended God.Survivors the Sampson City' Moore' and his supporters for the :OF month

include her husband, Fireplace, vaulted ceiling-Many Extras!
Matthew McKinney: five daughters fine race that. he ran'' in the first
'Mrs. Teddy Bernard and Mrs. Sue

Washburn both of Illinois, Mrs.Lori I ,
Upthegrove and Mrs.Kathy Ferret ,primary and would appreciatetheir a 1
both of Indiana and
Mrs. Tori ,
Wheeler of Starker: one brother.; 'vote. and. support for 'me:in : O ,. ,
f George Clark 'of Wisconsin; one'sister

,Mrs. Nadine Wignall of Illinois the
; and nine grandchildren. upcoming election. 2101 N.MAIN PONTIAC-CMC-ISUZU INC. 372-2583
Funeral services were held

Wednesday'at' the Sampson, City ..... '88 MODEL:LOSEOOTI!!! &
Church of God with Rev. Gene Bass "
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officiating. Burial plans will be an- Kenneth '" .titer./a--.e.r a .hr.wa..ra..../. rr..r.r..wd..w.OI ..ACTUAL a..o.ca..wO-==T.r..r..rwrraewe.r..ti.r.aa..a.. ,aa..y,w d..t:;: -2
nounced at a later date. Archie Tan 1 ,' ,I -..r..d.al..rr r.- ,
ner Funeral Home of Starke Is in. ETHERTOGEBradford AALXDJlTXtftOItDAT.8CFTC/VHSX 19tMtt .
charge of arrangements. BOYANEW'Sa' ----:::.---- __ --- -- a ., Actual:=.1
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.1 'TRAVEL SCHOOLS RHeNa-' MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, As low a* EXCITING RESPECTED CAREER? Becomee 1987 CHEVY 1-10' 4x4, Tahoe package, ,. ;05 N..rem [L.. St6rk.;
tlonist. Trovl. Agent. Tlck.t Agent, $14.99p.r month. Call 9646946.. tfnNEWSPAPER radio announcer. We'll arrange 2.B L V6 AC PS, PB AT, automatic .. -.. .
live Computer Training. Plocement PLATES Aluminum 3-month apprenticeship for you. Local locking hub.I.ath.rint.riorlight bar /
,Assistance, Financial Aid Available, Measure 24x36". 23 cent each. Great station, your or_. Flexible hour. brush guard. 20 mpg. Super thorp I ljA 1'e III arWe
Correspondence/Resident TraIning; for patching and repair.,TELEGRAPH': 86.3% successfully employed. Call Exc. cond., *ea to believe, $11,900.

Accredited Member NHSC. Call toll- 135 W. Call St. 964-6303. ((800)) 8-RADIO-8. Icon 782.3660.TFIm| Will take you through every stage of buying a home
,'" fr.._ 18007822480. Headquarter: ALICIA HAY In roils under born. Delivery UNLIMTT YOUR LIFE I Unllmlt your Income CHEVY 'A TON 4x4 PARTS: front and
UNITED Florida fcan available. Arthur Gaskln, 782-3727. with Income plan of th. century rear axle, transfer, transmissions! Including Financing!

,' ,, ( TRUCK MASTER. Truck Driver 5/26TF often Imitated but never duplicated. etc. 9645812. TFc. Fulfill Your Dreams!
,' ," Training. D.O.T. certification lob CHEST TYPE FREEZER 15 cu. ft., good Th. original! Free d.tails. VCD 5018 1912 DODGE OMNI 024i 2 door sports
( ,',,.' placement assistance, financial: old condition. 150. 473-3581. 2tchg West Ioul... rd. Canton Oh. 44716. .car. Real nice car for student or go
,' available, correspondence/resident 9/15-22 fcan mileage. $895. 9644785. Itchg 9/22 .....HOMES.....,
h( training accredited member NHSC. SEPTEMBER CLEARANCE SALE All TV LOW AS $1001 Government eixed drug A RA <> >'Vt. >( 3BR/2B0.;concrete block ft stucco. energy efficient 1548 *.1..

i I'' Call loll-fr.. 18003463112.( : Headquarter reduced. Campbell'. Electronic, 132 E. vehicle. BMW. Cadillac. Ford, 1.09 A>, fyUA, carpet obov.-ground pool. Prked to sell 62,000
'" ,. ,: Clearwater, Florida. fcon Call St. 2tchg 9/15-22 BUSINESS truck, van, etc; Financing plan STYLI'f* ,V V HOME 601 Falrlane St., 3 BR. 2 Ba, carpet ceramic tile. CHftA,
I"', SECURE A CAREER the aviation high KING-SIZE WATERBED Waveles. mirrored OPPORTUNITIES avail obi.. Amazing recorded menage oppllV \On<< blinds remain 1,364 ..f. $ 62,000
pay Industry. Day/night classes. 'cols headboard with (helve*. $150. reveal detail. 407-332-2564' ext. DUPI\f, Af'I\/> ( Ba. Bradford Drive $ 43,500
I; a'' :'{,i,1\\\1.\ ; .g. credit, financial aid lob place 964.7805 after 7 p.m. 9/15TF 2404. fcan 2D7O'AS EZ tTi; 2 6R. 1 00. from.. fenced yard $ 17.500( |
' ,' ( ,,' ,", ment. Detail call free COUCH a TWO CHAIRS wood frame 1000 SUNIEDS 1986 YUGOi $500 down and take overpayment
1-800-877-2232 ,
," t t, TONING N.W 3if AVi 4 BR, 3 ba. stucco from., 20.7 acres, CHftA $ 79,400
I ..t. 127 In Florida. with leather cushions. $50. Call 9645540. 2tchg 9/22.29 ,
,' :, fcan Sunal-WO\.FFTonnlng Bed BETHk6 CHURCH RD,3 BR, 1 ba CB, wood floors. 1185 '.f., 5 ocre. $ 60,000
,, : 964-6305 or 964-4430 oft.r 6 p.m. 21 111 CHEVY CAMAROi, V6, 3, peed..
9/15-22 SlenderQueit Passive Exercisers $800. Call 964-4042. CON'I'To\1ESI,311I1 BR, 2 ba, FP,1800..f?eosy financing' $ 82,000

'; ; r ': BAKER LP GAS INC. famlly-owned and .Call for FREE color catalogue 1979 CHEVROLET C-10i $800.. 7823570. CRYifAl>) 'VAK" *, furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water, 1BR/1-Ba. $ 90,000'GRAllAyft
: : MOBILE HOMES operated. W. have low overhead annd Save to 50%; 18008353826. Icon Hpd 9/22 3.2.78: A
,,V;f'r 1' FOR SALE strive to give better price and ..", Ic.. OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE 1915 F-1SO FORD PICKUP 6 cyllnd.r. 4 JMrV tAtSt< 2/1. frame, newly,remodeled CHCA $ 30,000SO
,,:' ,' : W. rent and sell tank and solicit STORE Choose .from: Jean/Sport- peed excellent condition. Pay off L'C': | K> CHEAP newly remodeled 3BR IBa, fr..hly
,'i customer owned tank.. We give senior swear ladle., men, children/mater; $5700. 7823306. Itchg 9/22 poVVi' tEw carpel 628 Pinewood St., Reduced $ 25.500
\;> : MOBILE HOME 14x54 1987 Fteetwood., citizen discount 1-800-828-0553 pity large sites, petite, ROAtj VVi story CB ft Ira", .. 3 BR. 10\\ $ 45,000 .
' 'i ;j.;" BR I ba lightly furnished .excellent 259-6812. 4tpd 9/15-10/6 *' dancewear/oeroblc bridal lingerie or 120*UK/CilNG" / ST|CB 3/1 3/4 boo CHSA 3/4 acr. $ 4S.OOO
,,t'" cond., locot.d In Starke. Phone SEAT LIFT CHAIRS! If you're a Medicare' accessories ,'or.. Add color analysis. LAND FOR SALE SMA(> 1 A.tM| 3.83 Acre frame,3/1,1532 s.f. $ 36,000

, t,, _. .; '772-1276 Jog or 964.6093 after 6 P.m.FJ" recipient with o qualifying condition Brand name: Liz Cloiborne, Healthtex. 315 r,, MVRTlEt Nea and tidy 3 BR 2 ba, $ 43.000
; : "', 4tchg 9/15-10/6 ,call toll free number for more Informa Chou.. Lee, St. Michele, Forenia HISTORIC HORSE FARM for sale, 40 acre* HWy.A3Af'1"' Ira", *. 3 tall barn, newly rewired 2 Ac. $32,500
...3 14x70 HOME country setting, new tion. 180004454174.fcan Bugle Boy., levl Camp Beverly Hill. b.tw..n Starke and Lake Butler Far- 112w f Elk. COURT 3 BR 1 Ba carport owner financing ; $36,000
" "uqU; l > carpet, garage, 2 porch... 301 South. GRAPES YOU PICK $.50 lb. Saturday on- Organically Grown, Lucia Over 2000 mhoue, 6 stall barn paddock, high KEYL1Qr rV COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR, t Ba, 1500 .f., wood frame 50,000,
\ "'J..1<:i'r J,' $18,900 furnished. 9643108. ltpd9/22 'I. 964-6565 ask for Reddish Itchg other.. Or 13.99 one price dedgned.
y Ryan and dry paiture. $160,0004 Stark SROtyltIf\I: 3/2 brick and from., Shady Oak. SID, extra lot S 44.000
/; {,X 10x60 MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 1 bath. 9/22 multl-Her pricing discount or family '
9645078. 4tpd 9/8.29 MEND DAIRY: ROAD 2.25 acre, 3/1 CB, CHftA so near $ 40,000
I :i'' 'i' $1500. negotiable. Call, 468-2279 9-6 2 NICE GAS HEATERS with fan blow.r shoe store Retail prkes unbelievable
{' ,,," on BY OWNER 3 acre on Fortyth Rd. 350 f1.frontog. .
, !'\\I ,f!: I,! ,", p.m. 9/22 TF bock. Good condition. Need to ell. for top quality shoe normally priced' .. $3.500 per ocr. Alto 6.80 DVjttffe3, FOR J JIENT 1350/mo.
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"' "I'; .iil\ ) :<\( '' Would be nice for winter month from $19 ro $60. Ov.r 250 brand 2600 acre for $2500 per acre Coll .....LOTS ft ACREAGE..... i
'\.:,tl \i ; BOATS ahead. 7823171. Itchg 9/22 ... $17,900 to 29900. Inventory, ,1-407-464-6827. lOtpd 9/1)5-11/7) LOT If' cnHFAmnbl Country Club bIoI..., 1.11 ocres;Mak.an Off.r I $ 8,700
Ij:!!I \' \; '11\,,,'', ,, SMALL REFRIGERATOR 2 yr*. old Ideal training fixture, airfare, grand openIng HW>,W: 10 ocres |loins Alochua County line $ 25.500
'.' ,f1!:" EVINRUDC OUTBOARDSt N.w Evlnrude for dock house screen porch office or' etc. Can op.n 15 day., Mr. Mar. COf,,_HY, ESTATES, Lot 10 $ 10.000

,,, Outboard and trolling motor*. In box retail store. $125. Call 964-8547, Itchg phi. ((612)) 8881009. Itpd 9/22 LOSTFOUNDREWARD MICV1J\M:. I STREET; 2 Acres Insld city'S' 10,000RD.
.( 1988 ft 1989 model Dealer Invoice.' 9/22 .*O MST, 1.37 acre, wooded and plotted $ 7,000
0' 100% financing available. GEM Sal... CHAIRS I CHAIRSI! like n.w convertible MISCELLANEOUSGET lAWtv'tScWe/\ *. 105th A..... good Investment' $ 15.000
7 10 a.m.-8 '1-800-544 chair; also Bentwood 'rocker, LOST COLLIE 6 month old. fish wid.
day p.m. 285O. RD/10 j 12 acre plus pond, open spaces $ 26,000
,i :' fcan upholstered. like new; also occasional* PAID FOR READING books! $100', Lassie : look-alike. Lawley area PRlAeAi' *? BAPTIST CHURCH RD.t 20.16 ocres, 3. wells, ,2 pole $ 50,000
upholtered chair like new.Torn Be- title. Writ. PASE.GUI 9/22 ,
per : 161 S. Lm- 782.3267 "Itchg, CRAfl1// lArfE LOT cleared 100' on water $ 19,800
: INOTICE ment. 1221 Bradford St. Call 12-2 colnway N, Aurora II 60542.
p.m. 4tpd ,
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''l .\. WirVIrA tH IA" .< lot 246; Fla. Frontier $ 13.000
and 9646439. 9/22 ( .. .
t evening Itchg ,,91R.CI'
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,j'f'"' OAK WOOD FOR SALE 5332474. '; : ..
, :,d;a ." 'CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted SEARS ELECTRIC STOVES good clean con' REALTY LOVllV FAR A Df ALT Two prim.ocr., 301 S.; Reduced to $85,000

;,s :,;;" -' to the Bradford County dition: Also 19". color, ,TV, '96+6014.; ( MATHEWS : m, lOC/TfylS| LOCATION! This prim. commercial location 507 W. Madison St.,
!I" ,. ,;r ,:Telegraph office In writing and paid In Itchg 9/22 dli( from. WlnnDlxle, could be converted needs.
..... cffl across to your
.I. ,'/ advance unless credit for sale $100., @ --.I..I::! c "
,. I I. already ,' CERAMIC BOWlSi 100 Ilh.d 964-4469 RD i 1L vVVl four duplexes "f. $130,000
f. .O
; ( .. established with this office. Monarch 16 It.. boot $400. '964-5412.' -/ltAUOR SUFEA <(\VVMERClAll Great two story building corner tall t Walnut St.,,
:"r,. ,: THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD 2tchg 9/22.29 When wiling real t stale( why settle for telling the whole town, when you can tell the whole world 3B \.I,, clean excellent condition, live upstairs have'
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,, ', t k! ,\" V CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES $35 and $40. Listing Agent for VA Acquired Properties Area i & II fv"lrlVl downstairs. Best location! Enterprise Zone Benefits '$ 60,000 I
,' ,.1\\: Jr\\ THE TELEPHONE. Call 964-5630 Itchg 9/22 MOBILE HOMES 3.', ,,?_ftS"301 South 190'on 301, 94' zoned commercial. 96' zoned
;' J Classified and OH 301 N. wooded 8.56 oc, w/w.ll A*-,' Rual. small 1111 home 8 .Inglawld. i CB bldg., utility shad $ 62,000W
/ 'I deadline Is TUESDAY p SEWING MACHINES FOR SALE N.w '1973 NEW MOON 12.60, with op '
/, NOON, home and Industrial. All make S septic' ALAd: f 500x400 f fenced zoned B-A $ 30.000
/ prior to Thursdoy'publlcatlon.Classified used pro.. 10 acres, North of lo"'; ,.y
.:.t 11' display deadline I TUESDAY and model r.pair.d.Call 9648733. 105th A.... -l.wt'YI.20 octal with 600 ft. Hwy. tAM t'vlf lEII.12I.1nlt trailer park $ 55,000
125 fronts .. 301 fb& .Ht 193 ft.301 frontage $ 85.000
5:00: I P.M. Special Classified 8/4TF -
'\ 1985 Fleetwood 52x26. 3 BR, 2
ploc.m.nt I I. NOT Guaranteed USED KENMORE STOVEI .Iectrlc. harvest CHtA 1 ocr near Bedford Lake. 'h .CR 125t 35 acre cleared pasture. 'TH nAftQH STt 11.362 .f.. brick. Enterprise Zone. Benefits $ 80.000 I I30V

Minimum charg. for classified ad I I. gold color. I small oven 1 regular lze .1983 Fleetwood 52x24. 3 BR, 2 Ba,' -CR 125 15 acres, farmhouse! S 4 rl, \,5 ocre MH hook-up 2 bldg. 240' on 301. great value. $ 37.000 I
15 word for |3.SO. then-15 cent. .for. oven, clock timer storage drawer., CHtA front/rear patio,' dbl. car chicken house I 30\ Nc?rH by EconoLodge 165,0V on 301 $120.000 I
'each About still works. S75OBO. 100 Wi 13 $2300 par : 150 220' $125,000 ]
word thereafter. 11 yr* old Hlghridge Estate*.. Keystone ,,5. acre ocr.( ,341\ fVO ft1M1 approximately x opprox..
garage ,

,,', \ J ,'., J.1'$1' ;--.o ....... If",; 78"' ''' .. ..TF ...... ._ '.,,, HI*.., many extra**., City-rone frontage,,on acre-arrteerv both side of hwy.. room-tot- tf ..... ..... Aftr Hour,; eo" -.. (

, 1 '::",:::-:< :', .. .FmHAi Several nits 3 BR, 1 Vi,: Ba.s.v.r residential, AIoa" erwIIUgor Nelson "' 475-7$41 ,

'J ': : ,'':' $23.000 to 539.000. City Cltys: 1 1.38 SR 100 Ac., great 3.5 acre offlc.locollon, potential, J \QrtV'ord > Matter Appraiser 496-2291 l

t '.?,<,:: Jordan Agency, I Inc., garage Calley, carport Rdi 3BR' chain 2%Bo link, CHAA fence commercial HOMES development 4 ACREAGE er.aT Joy P<\ifr|T|!>,0r. Randolph')tort I 964-4223 964-3160

: June Norman Andy Jordan. 964-5237 t' .yard. Gelger Rd. 2100 .f. brick veneer,
: St. Clair St.t 2 BR, 1.Ba, CH&A, with 10 .
approx. acre*
lorg. family room.
ow. Call St.t 2 BR. 1 ba CHSA. guest Union Ctyt ,135 acre, ,,2700 *q.ft.

Mobile Home Insurance' home, 3 additional building lot*. brick home.

Walnut St.t 3 BR. 2 bo CHSA, Ideal BUILDING LOTS
for the large family. little lake Santa Fet 100x160 ft. /lot,
CR 2251 3 BR. 1 bo EHBA. on 1 acre n.w septic tank, approved for well,
.!': :: 1 near lawtey, for the out-of-towners. 'power source to lot. "
441. W. Madison St. ,- Starke LAND Two Story Houe, Remodeled very -

I .S... 100 A, Six Acre*. ,,nice. .

';'Bob Mathews Realtor Andy Jordan Associate
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k 'f 441 W. Madison St., StarkeOUTLAW dceeferated 1 Realty'n : ,.

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l 964-4522 Evenings & Weekends t'v '
STARKE. FL tomes''Lots.crcage.' i Waterfront, :

David L. Uodjgo. MSA. CRA I'ully Kuy Kldcr. MUAKes. ...... i Farms 'S Commercial .
s 061-537O tit. I r >tt'

Key C. Waters Hobby Hiuit"It. .
fp,"IIIIO LAKE E 3BR. 'A Ba. CB ft Cedar Home. Stove, Refr) C Dishwasher.CHA .
Susan M. Faulkner, GRI, CRB President Ke 964-6941 s > I 77U-1 77 feel on the Water. Well ft Septic. .

Opal Uickson > l.ui illc H| ryJ NV. liSTING I IN LAWTEY 3BR/1 BA CB Home.'1152 SF, Stove ft Retrt Car-

Inc. ''j J
ERA Faulkner Realty, D Hljn ted Appr iers I'1C\t:: UfO AND MOVE. 2BR/1BA Frame" In Good- Condition. Stove ft Refrl .

Estate Office J$, Oo. ,
Your Full Service Real
Located Hwy. 301 2 blks. S, of SR 100, 221 W. Lafayette St. Uu-ilncsi LAM" rnVlLtcUS &' SBR/JBA C8 Home, living. Dining ft Family" Room.
Apprai oJ for Residence Farm r.N1i,., 1416 SF. Drape S Carpet. W.II ft Septic Large lot., .

ClVT:: NEIGHBORHOOD r 3BR/1BA CB Home. Central Heat.. AC Units' j
M f i S/v| ".frl. Nice Fenced Yard.] .
*TWO I-ACRI LOTS with well and septic; home or mobile home. NEW. LEASE PURCHASE efilNCIC LOT 2BR/1BA CB Ham.: Kitchen-Dining Combo Family Room.
BETWEEN STARKE ft LAKE BUTLERS 8 3/4 acre*. 3 BR.,"I Ba. 49900. "A Warren Stevenson Home" on 1/2 ocr: Gorgeous 3 BR.2BA 4 ACRES OF ROOM TO ROAM 2BR/2BA CB Home. Extra Large Living ftblAing .

FIVE ft J/4 ACRES: In lowtey I grea' room w/ftrepiocev/ extra forge,double garage, :) Room Family Room CHftA Enclosed Garage Well ft Septic. P .
PINEHAVEN S/Di 2 BR..I ba.'3rd BR to be completed, new window, roof, ,4" welt/ double Insulated windows and more trSUTlFUl BRICK HOME .. 4BR/2BA. living C Dining Room., Room for I Irrvat

.tc. only 26500.! $600 monrh / ., < Office. Fireplace. CHftA. large Eat-In Kitchen, Pantry W.II ft Sep. [ .
*WE HAVI ONE 4-UNIT RENTAL Cherry SI.: 2 rental bourn* on Lok. Street.' Immediate Occupancy. J2.000 downy ,. V I Acre. ,' .

TWO BEDROOM both neat on nice lot. 29900. AQp LOCATION :; 3BR/2BA DW Mobil. Home 1988..CHftA,2-Inch Well j jeV
OVER 1800 SQ.FT.I BR.2 bo. CH&A.lg. screen porch beautlful.haded' lot Few of Our Many Listings %' over 1 ac,., kltch.n equipped nke |Jacuzzi.. ... 1-STORY BRICK ft CEDAR 4 BR. 2'/i Ba.3388 ..!., CHftA range ret.. DW, opprox, .
BRICK 3 BR. 2 both kitchen equipped on I Acre. lorg. oak Will divide. A/V/ Upstair 6400 SF, Buy up to 3.7 Ac,...,
n acre*. planted pines, pond and posture.
'*FOUR BEDROOM. 2 bath In town chain link fenced yard., fenced backyard only' IsVrrfY ARIA 2BR/1BA Frame I ft 3BR/2BA Doublewtde Like New .
'IRICK. 3 BR. 1V4 Ba. CHftA, over 1300 s.f.a In Starke.
*THREE M 2 BATH stucco need tome finish work 1 acre nlc. kitchen appliance $44,900.'OWNER. \u/r'tre-place'' Patio. ft Carport., CHftA. large Workshop W.II ft Septic [
*. CHftA. only 31000.' __ This won't lost tyVneT Financing/Good: Terms, 6.92 Acre .
FINANCING! Approx. 5% acre* on SR 235. Well Septic. "
*TWO NICE BUILDING LOTS ((100x100 each). tl ANb STREET 3BR/1BA From. W.II ft Septic. 2 Acre'

*ONE BEDROOM COTTAGE 1 acre. Klngsley Lok. or_.' -long at SI6.5OOVALMOST NEW! DOUBUWIDI on 40. acre, good land. $85,000., 't 4 t Jt; STREET 3BV18A Frame, lot !50x150 ft. 9500. "
*LOTS ON CROSBY a SAMPSON LAKES. 1/yVTfY 4; Old Fashioned Frame Home, 4BR/1BA, large Living ft Dining I IS .
BRICK 4 BR. l'At boa Ralford area on 1 ocr.
ORANGE STREET 28x60 pre-fob steel building on 12Oxl2S lot, Porches. Lot w/Shade Tree Water Tank. I
....... shaded lot. central...... .LA.G.4 BR. 2 ba. on 3 ocre. hwy. frontage, only 51000.
nke large
REDUCED 2 BR. 1 ba,well built on SM> ftVER 2BR/1 BA SW Mobile Home In Excellent Condition W.II ft SepSll -
DUPIEX IN STARK rental Income $550 per mo., only 25000.: /.
t large AC unit, kitchen equipped tile both 2 storage' unit and carport' POULTRY FARM ft RESIDENCE! pullet farm fully equipped on 8 acre*. : '.5 Acre*. 26000. land Only 22000. .
29500. Call lor mor.lnformatlon.' :A\f you A GOOD CARPENTER Buy ft Repair this Two-Story 3BR/2BA |
close to Starke. Excellent Income.
*BEAUTIFUl HOME one year old amenities (Includ.acuul'( sunken. living very Block| : 4 Frame Home Large living ft Dining_ Room w/Flreploce. large lot. .
Intercom and much ......... HURRVI Nice frame ......... In city. 3BR nice lot. $28,000. I ,
room fireplace. with Hall/ barn, stocked fish .Ml SOUTH Over 1000 ft. In MH on 2.45 acre 4",well Reduced to $30.000. ( PROPERTIES
*COUNTRY HOME almost 8 ocre. pasture. SELECTED
.LAWTEYl, close. to school 3 BR. IVi Bo, city water. ,
pond. .LAKE BUTLER city water ft ewer, big lot. nk. from. home,. t .<:RtS o Inside. City limit. Frontage an Hwy. 100 CIty Water Sewage. I .
*RENTALS 2 BR. Iba MH In Theressa., ,LAND M ACRES on paved rood, nk. property. owner financing :ACRES. SW Mobil.Home w/SI_ t Refrl 1. 2 Well.. Septic Tank.Planted |
I BR. 1 M. weetelr .pt. In town. :FRAME HOME Beautiful setting with pecan tree, on 2 acre. paved rood. Pibs.' .
:OWNER FINANCING! low down payment 10% interest. 45000. I 4A ACRES Braoker; Will Divide Owner Financing w/Good Term.. .
:HAMPTON OAKS Beautiful brkk home on 1.58 acres 2300 s.f.xc.ll.ntwater.lDEERWOODs |A ACBU Will Divide. Pecan Grove. W.II ft Septic. Owner financing.
Development with deed restriction, ov.r 1600 *Immaculate.. ACRE Good Commercial Location. Hwy. 16W.
ft. Crystal Lak. occ_.. I' ACRE Zoned for Mobil. Home.A .
,BEAUTIFUl BRICK, HOME over 2.000 *q. .
Call One of Our Professionally I ACRES Hwy. 301 South ,
CM-AU ACRE Zoned for MobIl. Home.L .
Trained Staff Today..964'5069After COMMERCIAL Downtown Starke, 2 Store Presently/ Occupied .
LAKE GENEVA w large lot. 100 ft. lake Frontage.
: After Hours Call Good Income, Cat for more Infel lAM LOTS Crosby ft Sampson.Owner financing.
(IT* LOT Northeast Section.
Realtor Associates J
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NEWLY DtCORATIDi everything furnish LAKI, GENEVA Mobil 'Home Pork, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted '
THAT'S YOUR 14-1-10-20 ACRES or 'larger ,lor solo' GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U
ed. Laundry facilities Included. Video Keystone, Partially furnished to the take Region Monitor office
N.wW6 bedroom. 2 both doublewldeon ). Delinquent tax property
room available. Will acc.pt on. child, ) $135 month Call 4737566. 20tpd In writing and ,paid In advance repair
Call Call ) ,
or 1(800)687-6000
one 496-3939 (
more acre Repossessions
no pete. Palm Apts.. 2313 N. Tempi 7/21-12-1 unless credit I* already establishedwith '' .
Av.., Stark. 32091. 10/29 TF Alcoholic."yu.964-4150 44-2000 ON LAKI GENEVA ,mobile homes, furnished this office.MONITOR days. 454-1595.' evenings, tfn/chg; ext. GH-1136, for currant ,repo' list. .

ADULT PARK Clean 2 BR mobll hom. thru 9/29 nice 2 BR, ''/\ BA furnished, STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 9/15 9/22 8tpd. 11/10 .
pd GENTLEMAN FARMER Private 10 THRU BEDROOM 1 1/2 both brkk horn
'/\ mil. from city. Nlc. neighborhood. dock ft laundry I facilities available. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
CHAIN LINK FENCES Installed. Free big barns, pine Corrals, pond Central' heat and air, large comer lot
4681323. 473.2919.9/1 tfnchg CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
estimates. HANDY-MAN FENCE CO.. beautiful; 3 bedroom/2 both 20 sq.ft. screened porch 18'x 32' concrate
FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities 1 BR COTTAGE near library furnished THE TELEPHONE.
Reddish.964-8559 TF doublewlde, central heat and wooden'
Owner Tommy air, 12
paid, from 37.50 p.' w..k, HOMI REPAIR painting, roofing, new ,AC. $240 mo, lake privilege, Classified deadline Is 11:00: a.m. Tuesday deck. Hard rood. Can assume.patio Call storage pool building spa with concrete sq.ft. floor
MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut St., by Post off. Additions, 473-4961.9/1 tfnchg prior to Thursday publication. ,496.2848.9/22
and tear remodeling.Thomas 3tpd. 10/6 chain link
OffIc. TF 14X41 MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 1!% BA, AC.Keystone Minimum charge Is 1 1S words for 3.50 dog pen with concrete floor
E. Lee Construction, office New 40'
MOBILE HOMES 2 BR; 1 BATH WITH AC, $250 fenced yard with 2 gates.
Heights/Clay County. then IS cents for each word th.eafter.
964.2852, home 4311675. 7/7TF' FIVE ACRES* cleared, off 12T Union tower antenna with rotor. Call
month. 473-7770 4tpd
LAWN SERVICE for residential and Commercial County Lin*. 15000. 904-261-O032.: 4963720. 1 tpd. 9/22
DOWNTOWN 964.7498.
12X60 MH 2 BR/2BA on private shadylot
landscaping, tree removal 2tpd 9/22.29
4/14TF In Orange Heights area CA/H,
lawn vacuumed. No fob too big 'orimall.
now Free estimates. 9644238. 2/4TF dlshrwoshr. new carpet sliding SERVICES
taking application for I ft 2 bedroom SEWING MACHINES. All makes and glass' door with 2 decks, $295 mo r---
$199 and $219 month, Jim ,
apartment Reference required Bragg FOR SALE
models and oiled and adjusted C.ntral'A/C. I
CHftA, fully equipped kitchen cab I 468.2010 night. 468-1573 day 2tchg
ready. 964-7293 or 9644214. 3/26TF $15.00. 19 year experience 9/22.29 home, pool, deck, sidewalks. Free Extras. Reasonable Rents. PINES Call

TWO BEDROOMt V both mobile home. All work guaranteed. Hwy 233 ft 16 RENT OR SALE DW, MH on Deer Springs ,estimate Coll Rob 473-3590 9/1 COON HOUNDS Registered. Treeing 496-2366, SR121, lake Butler 7/14
(Morgan Rd.) Call 964-8733 for house tfnchg walker Trained and Call tfnchg.
month. 8/lITF
12x60. S2SO 9644238. Lake. Fla. room, carport, large utility
call. 8/4TF ROOFING GUTTERING Tear off, haul 275.2377.9/15 2tpd. 9/22 MOBILE HOMI Three bedroom 2 bath
TWO BEDROOM.,2 Ba llnglewlde MH, room. No pet. 473 2252. 1 Itpd 9/22
FP, CHftA., access to acreage. 964-2410, RlMODELlNGr addition, painting, roof away and "replace. Quality work. NEW H FT, STOCK TRAILER Tog-o-long central heat and air. Fireplace,
9/1 TF ,Ing work. Lie. No. RB-0034596 Phone Reasonable rate. *. Call Keith 473.0768. covered. Woody Woodhom Call microwave, large lot. Near WorthlngtoiY -

BRAND NEW 3 BR, 2 bath haul, larg. 964.7802.8/4TF CLEAN MOBILE HOME' near Keystone 9/1 rinchg 275-2377 9/15 2tpd. 9/22 Springs. $300 a month plus
modernn kitchen with appliance andpantry BULLDOZER WORK $40 per hour. Heights., BR, I Bath on 2 acres. $235 SEWING MACHINES CLEANED oiled and TWO LARGE PIECES OF CARPET enoughfor deposits. Call 4962554. 9/15 tfn/chg.

adding gloss door ft, patio 7823306. H no answer; 7823954. leave per month plus deposit. Clay County adjust tension In your home. Special mobile home or several large HOUSE FOR RENT Three bedroom brick

large closets, privatre moter both, name and number. 8/25TF 473.2566. 9/22TF $14.95. Repair all brands. Work room, plus 2 large Sear oval braided central heat and air. Call 431-1046 or

garage with extra toroge, quiet shod- WELL DRILLING PUMPS ft SERVICE Dur- guaranteed. 4737862. 9/1 tfnchg rug. Call 496-3463, anytime 9/22 4311133. Itchg. 9/22

ed lot, nice neighborhood with lots of ranee Pump ft Supply Co., Water EXPERIENCED MOM will Care for your 4tchg 10/13 IN LAKE BUTLER unfurnished :3 J BR

tree. 9 minute from shopping ft 'Systems Specialists, 864 N. Tempi MOBILE HOMES child In my home anytime any age. REFRIGERATOR washer and dryer CAII house,. carpet window air nice
Av*., US 301. Starke, Ft 32091. 9/8TF 473-1 183. Itchg 9/22 496-2090.9/22 2tchg. 9/29 ft
schools. $490 mon plus depoilt. I year neighborhood. $260 per mon first
1_*.. 9648073. 9/1 TF final deposit 964-6305. TFCARSTRUCKS
I ACRE MOBIL HOMI LOTt' $100 monthly 9643079. Itpd 9/22 paid on all trade Please trade today. DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGG-< LOSTFOUNDFOUND ,
.. 9644238. 9/ITF EXPERIENCED MOTHER of ,2 year old Call today 684.4981 or 6844982. INGt HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL Call -

CLEAN, IN TOWN 2 BR hou... CHftA; working on Elementary Education HUGHES MOBILE HOMES, located Hwy. LaRue Leveling Service for all your ,
carpet, no pet*. Adult pr.f.rred.$235 Degree. Will babysit In my home during '20, |lust east of Interlachen 4tchg foundation repair Keystone, Parakeet In yard (In Worthington
month deposit. Coll day. Call Beth 9643192. Itpd 9/22 9/15.10/6 4737721. 7/9TF Spring area. Call to identify Call condition t
plus security Good
964.6680 after 3 for appointment NEED A, BABYSITTER Hours '4 UNLUCKY WITH CREDIT -Ney'jn oreo? 4962632.,Itpd. 9/22 1984 Whit. CJ7 Jeep.
p.m. 9/22
Call 7823545. Itpd.
to view. 9/8TF p.midnight or midnight to 8.a.m. We have new used and Repot. Low
Call Diane Garrison, 9642628. 2tpd down trades welcomed. Call ,1986 CADILLAC DEVILLI D..lgner'edl.
TWO BEDROOM mobll hem on Grlffl payment HELP WANTEDPART tion. Like new $14,800. Call 473-2214 or
window' air, large lot 9/22.29 today. 684.4981 6844982.. HUGHES MISCELLANEOUSPACK
: carpal ( 4963958. 1 9/22
with tree Call 4682374. Itchg 9/22 EXPERIENCED MOTHER will babysit in my MOBILE HOMES located Hwy. 2O. |lust tchg; .
home after school and evenings. east of Interlochen. 4t<.hg 9/15-10/6 TIME 25-30, hour Start at $4.00. :
RAT sell and trade collectible
BALDWIN VILLAGE APTSi now taking application Buy, 1911 OLDS CUTLASS AC, 2 door, beige i
for 1 B'2 BR apartment Nutritious meal and snack Included. ,ZERO DOWN To land owners! We can Item and antique. Used furniture, per hour Call 496-3714; 4963698. It good condition. $1500. Call "4963281.. j
CHftA fully equipped kitchen, drop... Will' help with homework and ,also Improve your land Used mobile glassware, |ewlry and much more chg. 9/22 Itpd 9/22 ,
2669394. Equal Housing Opportunity. preschool 2.5 year old. Call lisa at homes. HUGHES MOBILE HOMES, Come see for yourself. One mile east I,
'9644863. Itpd 9/22 'located 20, east of In.
9/UTF Hwy. just of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. MOBILE HOMES ,
I WILL BABYSIT In my home 7 a.m. to 4 terlachen. 9/15-10/6 473-2183. of,
LAWTEY APARTMENTS now taking ape tfnchg j "
Phone 782.3004.ltchg 9/22, BEEF-BEEF-BEEF-BEEF-BEEF-BEEF-BEEF FOR SALE ; '
plication for t ft 2 bedroom apartment pm. ''MISCELLANEOUS ; ,
CHSA fully equipped kitchen We'II match your weight In BEEF.When VEHICLES ,

drop... 782-3531, New Management. you purchase your new horn from us THRU IEDROOM.TWO'lATH'
9/15TF K ft K CLEANING SERVICE Commercial before Sept. 20, We will match YOUR Central SID'S BARGAINS East Main Street, Lake
BAYLESS Equal Housing HIGHWAY Opportnity.large 3 BR, screen and business, personal's.rvices.., and YOUR SPOUSES WEIGHT In BEEF. II DATSUN MO ZX TURBO PS, PB, PW, and DOUBLEWIDE air. Patio Like deck.new$2,500. Equity heat,. Butler. Used furniture, ,gifts,
References available 9644908. 8/18 That' in addition to our liquidation AC. cruise looks and drives great, houswwars, etc< W* purchase used
porch, carpet, air. $250 plus depoilt. $3900; also 1978 Olds Royal., loaded, assume: $11.850 ((64 pymts. at $267.) .
EQW price on lot model furniture. tpd. 9/22
496-2346. Itpd 9/22 call 4962848. Itpd. 9/22
new headline. good look. and mile
ONE BR, ONE BATH APT: 6 month 1_*.. HURRY .
EARN $7.75 HR.i We need assistance In 'MOOaov.lntoday.HUGHES 'of. good driving.' $1250. Melrose r "
month No ,
$175 plus pet no
children William D.' Tiffin. Llc RealEstate evaluating and responding to I dally MOBILE HOMES, located Hwy.; 475-2075. 2tpd 9/22.29
\ submitted 'I2 CHEV. SUBURBAN A.T., air, power
Broker 964-5065. 9/22 reports by our agent 20 just east Interlachen. ad' .
PARTIALLY FURNISHED downstairs opt,, throughout the state. No experience must be presented on Initial visit.4tchg window, lock: steering ft brakes. I
Towing package with electric brake set
paid to complete training.
1 BR, 1 bo $173 month plus depoilt. No
,Workk at horn, For Information/ send IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2 block from bp to pull camper. 67.000 mile $4900. Is Currently Looking .'"
William Tiffin Lie./ Real Estate ,
pet 9/22 self-addressed, stomped envelop, 9rs! school 1988 Chadwick 28X48. 3 473-9043. Itpd 9/22 ""
964-5O65. Candidates
Broker Itchg is
STATE EMPLOYEES, need home close to Inches long to:' AWGA Dept. E, Box BR/2BA, on'paved street concrete W S" For Management
your work? We have clean mobile 49204, Atlanta. Go. 30359 !Itpd 8/11 drive, 10X30 wood deck carport ft H FOR SALE "" e' For Their ; '

home available 4681323. 10/8 TF storage room combination concrete
Program '
walks 200 ft, of 6 ft. Management Training ,
WALDO VILLAS unfurnished 2 BRtownhou. HOMES ,MOVING-MUST SELL King size waterbed '
*., carpet. CHftA. 468-1971. FOR SALE privacy fence plus much mar. Must with 12 drawer pedestal headboard 'I
Equal Housing Opportunity. 3/10 TF see to 'appreciate. 4737650.: '2tchg A heater Infant& toddler car "

FURNISHED ROOM with air, Oil utilities 9/22-29 seat; 3 spped bike with child seat, ot Five Days, 50 Hr. Work-week, Two ; "
paid. From 37.50' weekly. Magnolia TWO BEDROOM HbMI need repair toman. 475-3391, 2tchg 91 1 5.22 ,
Obout I.
Hotel Walnut St. by Post Office. TF Low down to qualified buyer. Need to financing. application CHINA CABINET large buffet table Week Vacation, ,
THREE BEDROOM, 1 '/\ bath clean closeto establish monthly $12,0000, Check ,with us for our current low and five '
with double pedestal, one arm Benefits'
8/1/29 rate*. Sunbelt ln.tergroupu Inc. Medical & Dental
prison.\ Call 4681323. 6/9TF 9043726881. 8tpd 1.800.82".8262 904-375-3366. for, side chairs. New upholstery. Great All Major ,
CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC, THRU BEDROOM 2 bath cathedral cell- or value, $750. 473.2452.2tchg 9/22.29 offered rat
:. Mr,,Stacy Grlce. Itpd 9/22 few of the benefits
'are'Just a
extra, reasonable rents. PINES Ing family room. CH/alrh fireplace. 'SINGER AUTOMATIC completelyowrwouhd"llk1N ..,
.!II. ..*.2386.SR I""t...... 1kIt1_. 7.4TF <*"nlfe-nelotiborhood.'neoT-schools-' 3/4 : mew guaranteed.Cost >
'LIKE NEW, COMPLETELY REMODELED! 2 acre, asking 62000. Call 9642250. HELP WANTED $689 will take $250 or poyments-of Wendy's. Wendy's: also offers,

BR, 1 bo home, new carpeting. CHftA, Itpd 9/22 $28 mo. with good credit. R.H. Sewing
lorg. shaded fenced yard carport with $29.100t large 3 BR block horn In ,CRUISE SHIPS Now Hiring Summer ft, Center. 473-7S62. 9/22 tfnchg excellent opportunity, ,
Quiet neighborhood Starke, central heat. AC. 17267651. Career Excellent Left In '
.extra storage. :opportunities. pay. BABY LOCK SEWING MACHINE \
walking distance to schools, shopping. 9/ITF World Travel! Coll (Refundable) loy-o-woy original price $689, balance, advancement., :
$325 monthly yr. lease ft deposit. 631 THREE BEDROOM:2% both, IV, DR, BN., 1.518.459.3535 EXT P3339A. 3tpd due $400 or payments of $28 mo. with

Francis St.; 9648073. 8/11TF kitchen UR. DG. By appointment only. 9/8.22 good credit. Still in carton. R.H. Sewing Call or Send Resume To: ,
,DESERT till MOTEL Low dally or weekly 9646807. 2tchg 9/15-22 WILL CARE FOR YOUR CHILD in my Center. 473-7862. 9/22 tfnchg
rote Kitchenettes for rent. Also, HOUSE FOR SALE 2 story home with home (HRS registered) before and LITTON H SERIES micro-wave oven and Attn:' Leslie SmithJ'J'
mobile home parking spate for rent.: pool plus 2'A acre In, Lawtey. offer school. Reasonable. Spring Lake stand. Best offer. 475-1942, 2tchg 'N'S, ,; ,

7823332. 2tpd 9/15.22 82-3570. Itpd 9/22 area. Call Susan altar 6 p.m. 473.2782. 9/22.29 \ 7761 Bayberry Road

CAMPER SPACES with full hook-up, $8.50 2tchg 9/15-22
per day or $108 per month. Also REAL ESTATE BABYSITTER NEEDED before school. ROOFING TIN 9 and 10 ft., $.35 per foot. Jacksonville. 32256

trailers for rent. Lost Valley Cam Must have own car. Hour 6:30-9 a,m, Call 4732566. 2tchg 9/22-29 I
pground and lake 964-5760. 2tpd OUT OF AREA Call 475.3444 alter 6 p.m. Reference

91522IN required. 2tpd 9/22-29 ):


with'carpet, 'window air,. nice lots, river access, $5450 Each Nomoney 'welder and laborer Apply In person ,.
neighborhood. $260 per mo.i first ft $65.41 Owner Tuesday-Thursday 10 a.m.-4 p.mv at Lake Fill Dirt.. Soil
down monthly. : Top '
final deposit. 9646305. TF Kustom Karr Corp., Reynolds Industrial LOT FOR SALE M on Washington .:
both 1.2364579 or 16222438. 1/7TF Pork Hwy 16 East, Green Cove Spr Huron Court In Big Tree Lakes subdivision -
'TWO 2 BEDROOM I apartment Small Loads'of
GATLINBURG SUMMIT Breathtakingviews FL. 15500. Call 8139921657. Stchg Large or Ltmerock .
located In town. No pets or children. ings. 3tchg9/22.10/f>
of Mountain and ski
Gatllnburg '
9 $250 mo. plus depoiit. 1 year lease."\ slopes. Fireplace and private balcony. s i 9/1.29 Tractor Work -, Backhoe 'Bulldozer f

William D. Tiffin lie. Real Estate Indoor pool and (jocuziis., Monday 'YARD SALES ( FIVE LOTS FOR SALE In' Cloy County
j.I j.
Broker 964-5065. Itchg 9/22 ,Thursday Special. Free brochure t $10,000, owner finance at $150 per 964-6182 9646095LAKE
ON KINGSLEY' LAKE small cottage AC ft '1-8OO-242-4B53. Icon I HUGE YARD SALE Fri. ft Sat. Sept. 23 ft *: month. Coll 4732566. 2tchg 922.29t' .
heat, no pets, no small children; 'FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOG from 24, 8 o.m Seventh house on right. '

'Through May 15., Call' 5332366. 4lchg. "American Land and Home Exchange" Pone DeLeon A".., Keystone Club 9 ""'"!" -

9/22.10/13 magazine.., Farms, homes, ranches. Investments Estates. Itchg 9/22 :,- V. DURRANCE
ON KINGSLEY J.AKli AC ft heat one yr,, acreage, Call toll-Ire ONE DAY GARAGE SALE Carpet used .

lease 2 BR mobile home. No pets, no 1-8OO-543-8271 for your FREE copy.fcan, appliance, furniture, etc, FrI. Sept.'23, SUPPLY jl BUTLER flPflRtmEIlTS
small children.. ,Call 533-2366.' 4tchg. 88-418 9.5 at Keystone Mini-Storage across PUMP &

9/22-10/13 from Ferrellga on. Hwy, 100 west Itpd Now taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units. These
quiet AC.W. pay utilities. Absolutelyno : 9/22, \ Well Drilling I all-electric units are spacious with lots of closet space and all have .

drunks or junkies. 964-5687 4tchg .Mary's Variety Shop wall-to-wall carpet crapes and kitchen appliances./ On-slte laundry |

9/22-10/13 ; Opening Sat. Aug. 27th Rotary 2" to "',' facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified applicants.
on Loop.'
Water and garbage pickup furnished.;: On E. 'Call St .flllK For application and Information

964.8816. Itpd 9/22 (Over the Railroad Track) \\ Pumps Please too us at 1:5):
TWO BEDROOM HOME In Starke. $250 1005 SW oth Street

month. Evenings 473-3627 9/22TF Train to bee a j lake Butler Fl 32054 .....
2 BR,, 1 BATHr central' heat/air, ceiling All six ,.. :..
TRAVEL AGENT Or Call 496-3141
fan' levelor blinds, carpet

washer/dryer hook-up use of pool. In AFFORDABLE I TOUR GUIDE

town.,,' $275 month. Immediate '' oc' e AIRLINERESERVATIONIST --. ----.....- -- .,- ,-._- --
cuponCy. Call 964.2250 Itpd 9/22 T.HE.::Aoartments
TWO BEDROOM DUPLEXi unfurnished.Call ., 0 Now Leasing *

964-8566 oft.r 5 p.m. 2tpd 9/22-29 922 E.Brownlee St. Start locally full time/part time.
Train on live airline computers. Forest Park Apartments
Camp Blanding ad.
Home study and Resident training VISIT OUR SHOWROOM
ANIMALS & PETS 'StarkeF1:32091: Nail hdqr. pompano BCD Ft. For Parts An apartment complex designed for moderate '("if:}{::'" ..
Your Plumbing Income families. No rental assistance :.
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FOR SALE 964-7133 JOB.1"INANcIAL'm AVAILABLE available. Attractive: 1.& 2 DR/J Da apts.,, ,, ? .

PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE 964-7061 range refrigerator, carpet.. central heat& air. w:. ". f., "
ARABIAN HORSES something for .
everyone. Show breeding' troll and 2 & 3 BR. A.C.T. TRAVEL.: SCHOOL patio and laundry. Free water, sewer & ,

pleasure. Reg., _n.,. year., and famUyoriented 1 8OO 432 3OO4Accrrd i '864 TmpU, Av... Stark garbage. Rent $185 $220 minimum-Two

mature horses. ,782-3267 withlaundry complete, handicapped apartments avail.
eves/weekend. Itchg 9/22' Nights & Weekends taformetlan/AppUcetloai_ _
SIBERIAN HUSKY PUPPIES: pure-bred ( .red Member NffSCj Forest Perk Apartment. 775 NB let Street. Lake Butler Fl 33OM

blue eyed hoe shots. $179 each. Also 1 and large''playground 964-7578 (904J 49&343& E.H.Q,

year old male. 964-4371..ltpd 9/22 .
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day held Sept. 25. Public Invited: For EQUAL-.HOUSINO .. fOR'
ar +r more Information. call 372.0299.' Itpd LOll Income TRAIN UNITED' REALTY
9/22 ,Sect ,,8 Housing TO BE A 'StarkeJohn A.' ,I\J'' '
Rents fot,,30t of 'Yaut" PROFESSIONALSECRETARY lo/ntII: _

income If' you ,000.dUy .. E. Curies BrokerUS ... '... 1'R A C I V R

-- ', SEC./RECEPTIONIST 301 South, Starke, Fl. 964-8447 Home 473-3627 /AllABlE .


locally full time/part time. SOUTHPOINT PLAZA
Products Inc. Learn word processing and related

aecntrrtal.1dII.. Home study and

Cypress Mulch Pine Bark headquarters., resident' training.Pompano National Death PL Now Leasing!

\_ JOB FINANCIAL PLACEMENT AID: AVAILABLE ASSISTANCE L9ttra V 1 1 '200O ..L, 1250 ..f.1000 ..1.
You Pick Up or We Deliver I
1-800433-3004 '" Across From New KOA & Walmart

THE-HART SCHOOL Contact United '
,We Also Have Red Heart Cypress Lumber DJ w:. of A.C.T. Corp..Accredited au ...:."' 964-8447 days Realty,

Member. 'lux Contemporary Home. Kit Form or Erected
NHSC 1000 Iq. ft ingle level to 3400 sa n. story :-e 73-3827 eve ,

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I .1 Starke Area AdsHELP l Free Cancer' Screenings Offered at, Hospital. I

A free colorectal screening test is and Is second only to Tung cancer asa Free hemoccult test'kits are now
being offered by Bradford Hospitalnow cancer killer. An estimated 147,000 availabvle at all Eckerd Drug Stores

,- .through_October 3,, Americans will develop colorectal ,in north central Florida.The hemoc '
In a major effort to fight colorectal ,cancer this year; a t.hal1.will die cult is an easy test that can be takenIn
WANTED, WANTED YARD SALES IIIMU t1.o ui..c:...'..,' Uwhen the privacy of the home. Is is also
cancer, Hospital, an affiliate -.
: detected early the survival rate for a simple method of detecting hidden
(IX FAMIUUi Frl t Sot., 8-, 1300 of Santa Fe Health Care blood.
DONT IHI,AVON the old way Sell MECHANIC to,service tractor trailer. Pratt St. Miscellaneous Items p.m., lot of Systems, In conjunction with Eckerd colorectal percent cancer Jumps to over 83 Once the test has been completed,
Avon the new. wayl! Fro' sign up for' ,Mull be experienced, willing to work clothes,Soar riding lawn mowor. Itpd Drugs and TV-20, Is sponsoring a ._ the kit will be returned to the Cancer
two wook* Ramona 713-3068. 4tchg and have 9/22 regional colorectal The risk of
9122'LOCAL tool. Davis Express, screening pro colorectal cancer Screening Program in the envelope
REPRESENTATIVE Part-tlm 964-6619. 2tchg 915022COMMERCIAL gram. An estimated 15,000 people becomes greater at age 40, but provided or to the Eckerd Drug
tpr. throughout north central Florida are cancers have been detected in
Store The laboratory at Alachua
position for dynamicselfstarter
local famlllo expected to participate. younger people. It Is recommendedthat General Hospital will examine the
boss European high school tudont, Colorectal cancer is the most com all adults be tested annually for test samples. All participants will be''
and coordinating their four-w.ek urn-\ Armed Forces,. ,mon Internal cancer among adultsSA colorectal cancer. ,notified of the results.

m.r homottavt.. Competitive compomMtlon. 4-COP LIQUOR LICENSE Bradford County
For dotoll, send r..u.".. to: for tale. Good for any retail liquorbutlneu. Sp Kenneth Conners Report
WEST Program, Inc., 35 Wottmlnitor I..., ,
Road Great Nock NY 11020. 3tpd restaurant, bar package, motel More, fraternal lounge Receives Award From Page 12 B month for 1st 15 months of proba- Keith Coy Jones arrested May 4
9/15-29 lodge. No food talet required. Broker Army Spec Kenneth A. Conners tion, additional 25 hours for each for possession, sale, delivery of con-
Wilt PRESSMAN with Dusty E. Roberts arrested''January" month not employed, submit to trolled
experience protected. Call George 8137864222.pd has been awarded the Good Conduct drug substance defendant
Comoro-plat with oxporlonco. Insaner 10/13 Medal in West Germany, for, exemplary --'. 1986 for juror tampering; testing: arrested March for VOP; sentenced on other charges,
I operator with oxporlonco., Send FOR RENT, Office space or retail talet conduct while in the active pled guilty to attempted juror: pled no contest, placed on communi *'
roumo. Citrus Publishing. Inc., 130 area. Downtown Starke. S3OO service. tampering, placed on 12 months probation ty control for 24 months with same
,; ::, Height Ave., Invemeu; 33652.Tom month. Call 964-6305. John. TF per Conners' wife, Joyce, Is the fined $500: arrested August, conditions as In original probation. Sworn complaints filed against
."' Loury, 9047261441. Icon FOR LEASE 1250 tq ft, 301 South, across daughter of Ed Wainwright of Lake 1987 for VOP pled guilty, probation John David Sumner arrested May, several defendants for charges of
BAR-MAID at Low'* Tov.rn. 202 E. from new KOA/Walmart. Also 2000 aq'' Butler and. Myrna Wainwright of revoked and reinstated for one year; 1987 for possession of more than 20 grand theft auto; 'aggravated bat-
Madison St., Apply In person. Itchg ft for leo... Call 964.8848, 964-8447, or Starke. July, 1988 affidavit for VOP filed; grams of cannabis; pled no contest, tery, criminal mischief, aggavated
9/22 evening 4733627. 8/4TF Conners Is an equipment records August 8 order dismissing warrant placed on five years probation, $ISO assault and grand theft were
MANAGER TRAINEEl energetic In. OFFICE SPACE 500 tq. ft. lor. 'rent on and parts' specialist with the 9th Waymon Hampton pled. guilty reimbursement to the state: ar- dismissed for various reasons; facts
dividual needed to learn"Rent to Own"1buclnou Hwy 301, Starke. Apply at Durrance Field Artillery. He is a 1981 graduateof possession of cocaine February, TW-" J-JTW *"Fe -vop; placed on: do not constitute a criminal offense,.
For to be opening soon In Starke. Pump S. Supply, 964-7061 8/25TF John Marshall High School in Indianapolis 1987; placed on five years probation, community control 24 months, must witnesses failing to appear for
I':' 9/32-39 call 9047277943. 2tpd and is the son of Daisy M. eight hours community service per haye Job within 30 days. testimony,insuficient evidence as to

ROUTS SALES SERVICES we have an excellent WANTED Yorn of Indianapolis. T the defendant charged.

career opportunity In'our rout.
ale. dept. Requirement or. high WANTEDl PROPERTY RENO AREA Pfc Bruce Simmons ,FliP Troopers
!,' school diploma or It* equivalent with Please write P. O. Drawer 280 Storks, Completes CoursePvt. HELP WANTED Continue License
good driving record. W. offer excellent Fla. 32091. 4/7TF 1st Class Bruce E. Simmons, SEWING INSTRUCTOR
employment benefit and ad WANTED TO BUYS Ladle. square dance son of Cornelia R. and Vehicle Inspections
Raymond V.
vancement. EOE.. Rlvertldo Uniform clothe Salary Range 12,500 ,- $13,500
Size 10 or 12. 782 3570. |tpd Simmons of Lawtey, has graduated Bradford'County
Rental, 1038 Edward. Rd. Apply In' 9/22 "
to Bob Clayton 9/24. WILL TRADE 2 bedroom 2 horn. In from the air traffic controller courseat "The Florida Highway'Patrol will
penon Saturday story skills
Teaching sewing to adults
Rucker handicapped
i Ala.
: and
from 8 to S only. Itchg 9/22 Starke for. highway or lake frontage be conducting driver license
HIRINOI Government job .r your area. property In Keystone. Call 473-3627 Graduates were taught aircraft for employment In the local clothing vehicle inspection checkpoints during
,J' $1S,000-S68,000. Call ((602)) 638-8885, evening 9/22TF recognition, Interpretation of the week of Sept. 23 through
.xt. 3493. 2tpdd 9/33-29 'WANT TO TRADEi Bus converted to ,weather reports instrument flight Industry. Sept. 29 on SR-21 SR-100, SR-230
'LABORERS NEEDED '782.3267 eve or motor home, will trade for trailer 1 or rules and manual approach control Contact: Sunshine Industries, SR-18, SR-16, CR-18.! CR-16, CR-21B,
''I"" weekend for more Information. Itchg 2 BR.US 301 a CR 325 W,3 mile North radio and telephone procedures. CR-225, CR-231
'1,'(. 9/23 of Waldo. Itt house on right. Itpd 9/22 P. O. Box 509, Starke, FI. 32091 CR-227, CRn1,5R2302and CR100AIn
; "" ". PROGRAM SPECIALISTS Salary NG Pvt. James Slater Call 964-7699 Bradford County.Recognizing :
',:" 113.500-114.500. Planning and supervision YARD SALE'' Completes Basic the danger presentedto
:' of program for handicapped the defective vehicle
public by
Army National Guard Pvt. JamesA.
,:( ,): ;. client attending th. Sunshine In- Slater son of John D. and CarolE. Position ''Vacancy equipment.. Troopers will ,concen-
'I 4 "y : duttrle theltered workshop. Ex THREE FAMILY! baby clothe,
efforts vehicles
Slater of Lawtey has trate their on being
:,' \ perlence In vocational training and/or miscellaneous. Across Street from city completed MAJOR' -* STARKE POLICE DEPT. operated with defects such as bad
basic training at Ft. Jackson, S.C..
: developing program plan for the han- haIMn Lawtey. Frl t Sat 8-5 p.m.ltchg.
brakes worn tires and defective
dicapped. Send reume to Bob larlmar 9/22 the training, studentsreceived MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS; MUST'meet 'minimUm"
Sunshine Industries, P.O. Box 509., FRIDAY,SATURDAY,SUNDAY! 3V4 mile instruction in drill and 'standards; (Certified; by'Cimirial:' ,Justice lighting will equipment.be directed In addition to drivers attention
Starke, Fl 33091.964.7699..ltchg 9/22 North 301. Tina' Beauty Salon. Itchg ceremonies, weapons, map reading, '
Standards and'training ad ,a Law who would violate the driver license
c' CASHIER/CLERK lull-time.Apply at Pep-' 9/22 tactics military courtesy, military .
,'. 0, 620 S. Walnut St. Itchg 9/22 .SATURDAY, 924Bom... 'til. Baby justice, first aid, and Army historyand Enforcement ,Officer) '. Specified in Fla.. 'laws of Florida. "
'::: NEED MATURE PERSON male or female,. clothes, maternity clothe Lawtey on traditions. Statutes ,943,13' (current) 'Must have 'The Patrol has found these checkpoints '
n to lit with to two 220A. 1 block tooth of Caution Light. to be an effective means of enforcing
elderly man on. day ..dE' '
minimum eight ((8)) years experience in
the and driver
; a week. Call 964-6493 a.m. to 9 p,m., Itchg 9/22' COOKING equipment
., ,915TFDRIVER .- FRIDAY a SATURDAY 8 ill 5, Couch.., Law Enforcement (Police) with a, minimum of, license laws' of Florida while insur-
FOR OVER-THE-ROAD tractor chest of drawers, dishes Corner of 16 O'E five (5)) years ',experience 'as'a' "'Supervisor.Must ing the protection,of all pto.torists.
trailer Must be 25 years old have 2 > 624 lake St. Every week .until sold.' '" ''a '
have License
year verifiable experience, good driving Itpd 9/22 va1J.d'Fla.; ,Drivers Union County .
record and reference' Davit Ex. HWY. 16 a 2at Ace Road,9/23-24, R Must;, have background, of good,,moral, ..''The' Florida Highway Patrol will'
press, 9646619. 2tchg 9/15-22 Christmas It.m..lawn set, exercisers., chafacter, with absolutely, NOpast criminalactivity. be conducting driver license and
baby clothes, gas ft electric heaters., N vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
4311200.: Itchg 9/22 ing the week of Sept. 23 through
}, ,: ,
.... Applications may be picked up at the City Personnel Sept. 29 on SR-100, SR-121, SR-231,

':.:; > ." YOU HOOK YOU COOK! f R Office at Starke City Hall. Deadline for applications to SR-241' SR-238. CR-18 ',CR-237
CR-125 CR-24A
CR-229. CR-231A
be turned In will be THU RSDAYj OCT. 6 1988.-
Hand-Fed_ Channel Catfish ,Refreshing Raspberry and CR-796A in Union County.KeepTh1s .

: frost Hawaiian
Triple H Fish Farm -----

v. .. .CALL. 64-6i82 FOR DIRECTIONS OPEN TO PUBLIC 1 can (46 oz.) Dole

-'" .,,iss. f' ;Y'y 'th' ,t Rr ". ':' l' 0; Pineapple Dole Rapbarry-Juice, chilledfjrptat ,,, -. -.-Team, Working; ..For.Yriu] !

; '.\ Sorbet
": :f'i :
(,! \i ,i 1 quart ginger ale, chilled
\ ;'"'" .1 package (10 oz.) frozen .AL
"i-.">';''',..'.;. raspberries .Experienced; .
p...' ', :',.. TRANSMISSION. INC. Combine half, of pineapple ..
juice, sorbet and ginger ale in
\; ,
Heater & Radiator
: Repair Qualified Dedicated
' blender; whir until light and ,
: Specialist
} .
" frothy about 1 minute. Pour
>." ,HealetCorea.WaterPumps.'Part. into large punch bowl. Repeat
i'<';" ,;',f.'' (FREE Cooling ,with remaining amounts of these

''i"< '. System Inspection) three ingredients. Stir in un- 1
ILl' :, drained,: thawed raspberries.
! (,' 1 (( Beet FUce In Town To Tue A LeulI Makes about'3 quarts.
h' I Coiner 964-681O 9016Rie |
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' : Variation: Substitute mandarin
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II' orange sorbet for raspberry sorbet -

" and ,1 thinly sliced orange,
, for frozen
, ( I raspberries.
j,;: .',",- S ,Minimum/Medium Security Institution with Career
, ,! Service Benefits has the following 'vacancy:
; BI-WEEKLY SALARY RANGEs 1743.40.51261.61''
' Ucensure' 4"; HEALTHYour
r, registered prof Dune In accordance with, Fla.
\' ". Statute ."464 'or eligible to practice nursing In. Dog: .
" accordance with Fla. Admin. Code 210-8.27 The Skin He's

: ,and one, yr. of prof nursing exp.'
. I, '. Personnel, ,Lawtey Correctional 'Institution..' ,..j't

:,4 P.O. Box 229. Lawtey, Fla. 320S8 C804J 782-3811, J

,An Equal OpportUDIty/A rmatlYe Action Employer
.' Veterans Preference In't \

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HElP WANTED Sheriff Reddish with his:team of Deputies (Full-time. ParttimeAuxiliary)

'. : ([ COMPUTER 'OPERA TO.II- ) t

Over, 183 combined
years ,
'The City of Starke has an opening for. a Computer'' .. EXPERIENCED Law Enforcement

Operator II.

'Minimum Qualifications: Four years experience as'a Lhaso Apso ,

Computer Operator or have an AA Degree from an

''accredited college in Data Processing., Flea alert! Fighting your pet's
fleas can really get under your akin.
Those pesky pests can do a great '. DEDICATED 80% ((144 years) serving with,
[( ,Apply tp Personnel Director a Starke City Hall ])I -
deal of damage to your: pet's skin Bradford. County ,Sheriffs, Dept.
as well.
If your dog has been scratchinglately '

dragging her hind quarters

David Lawson Paint & Body Shop on the carpet or ground, or if you,
notice a strong body odor,then your '
insurance Collision Work Free Estimates dog may have Flea Allergy Der- QUALIFIED -. All Ieputles'Certlfled by Florida,

matitis (F.A.D.)..This is an allergic ,Police standards of specialized"
> 28th St Starke 964 6133 .
CR > ?9 NW
reaction caused toxic chemicalin
by a of hours
plus thousands trainingIn
the flea's saliva. Not all dogs suffer '
from F.A.D., but many do. every, area of law enforcement.
To help soothe the itching of Flea

Allergy Dermatitis, use a product
PINE FOR APARTMENTSNow such as Sulfodene Medication. It

,has antiseptic properties and aids Don't Throw Away 183 Years of ExperienceKEEP
for in the natural healing of skin prob-
Accepting Applications lems often caused by F-A.D. Take

2 &.3 Apartments Starting at.$195. ; your else can dog be to done the vet to control to learn this what un- SHERIFF REDDISH .AND HIS TEAM

comfortable and potentially serious
CH/A a Fully Equipped Kitchen Cable Ready condition. .
There substitute for
For an informative free bookleton is no, experience

1330.W. (Madison Street HO/,SIN Fighting the Flea, write to The Vote Reddish Oct. 4th
I I Sulfodene/Scratchez Skin Care ,
Starke e 964-6312 I.EJ OPPORTUNITY Pet .
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Sportsman Clubi.iv". t..: Shooting Skeet...
The 8por -..'*dub Skeet Shooting Range WM for bwlne* at the annual event a. marksmen and women of
featured shoot steel open '
turkey live music
The Keystone Heights Sportsman Club held Us annual a shoot, food and all .. ,. ,
able their kUU
age were at the fart
entertainment for try moving targets.escape
I National Hunting and Fishing Day at Keystone Heights Air youngsters :
park on Saturday September 17.' '" A crowd gathers as participants In the turkey shoot takeA
good:. crowd turned out for the afternoon event that aim In hopes becoming_ the big winner.

. Misdemeanor ,Caseload Up In Bradford State Attorney's OfficeThe .

"Bradford Office of State At- dismissed. There were no jury trials was dismissed by the court. There ; charge dismissed, defendant manufacturing cannabfs;. con- current, complete evaluation and
torney Eugene Whitworth received 'but one nonjury trial. The office ap- were two nonjury trials and 47 guilty "' sentenced on other charges.: solidated with another case. treatment at BUGC submit to drug
35 new individual cases 'and/or proved the completion of one pre- pleas were accepted Anthony Conrad Carroll arrested Bobbie ,Jean Franklin arrested testing, fined $500 ,and $300 In-
felony defendants for prosecution trial intervention program' and Eight petitions were filed in Feb. 7 for aggravated assault with May 4 for possession and delivery of vestigative costs; ,arrested
.during the month of August, according handled two extriditions. Juvenile court. The state attorney deadly weapon, resisting officer cocaine; case dismissed, insuffi- February for violation of probation
to Investigator Wiley Clark ,No judicial action was taken on six declined HRS recommendation on with violence and disorderly conduct cient evidence as to this defendant. tYOP); pled guilty VOP placed on
None of the cases were prison cases and three violation of proba- one petition and four petitions ;, transferred to misdemeanor Ismael Rivera arrested Jan. 28 for commumty control for 12 months.
related. tions were filed, Six pleas of guilty received nonjudicial action. Eight ,division. burglary,dealing in stolen property; participate in residential drug treatment
Information was filed on 24 prior ,were accepted. pleas of guilty were accepted. Sinclair Roberts arrested March defendant pled to other,charges. program.
cases and the office declined to prosecute Forty-nine misdemeanor cases The following cases received final j 16 for possession of cocaine, possession Kenneth Lee, Cooper arrested Generoso Lleo arrested Feb. 5 for
eight cases Six cases, were were filed and four prior cases were disposition' during the month of of drug paraphernalia; insufficient August 1987 for manufacturing aggravated battery; pled no contest,
'dismissed by the office in August, August. evidence as to this defendant. marijuana;, completed pre-trial. intervention .- ,sentenced to 15 years DOC concur-
said Clark. The office declined to Cathy Evans charged with issuing program. rent. ,
.'EZWHEELS prosecute eight cases and one case Joseph Fine arrested August 23 for worthless check ($738.38 to Bradford Walter Wayne Rhoden charged Daniel Wesley Thompson arrested
J Furniture); restitution made. ,with aggravated assault; case April 30 for burglary, grand theft
Barbara Jean Franklin arrested transferred to''misdemeanor divi- aggravated battery; dismissed,
TULLER May 4 for possession of marijuana, sion., ,lacks prosecutive merit. '
possession of paraphernalia;Insuffi- ,Alphonzo Covington charged with Keith'Jones (aka Trickman) pled
1320 N.:Temple Ave. cient evidence as to this defendant. 'sale of cocaine; case dismissed- guilty August, 1987 to delivery of
,Starke ,Chiropractic Center Jimmy Vincent Kirby arrested f S unable to locate essential witness. controlled substance; placed on five
Feb. 24 for battery of law Marvin Ollie Smith pled no contestto year probation, complete evaluationfor
9647783Buy : Keystone Heights Office :ment officer resisting an officer, aggravated assault with ''a drug and alcohol abuse $500 fine
260B S.Lawre'nceBryd. with violence; defendant pled to: firearm; 30 months Department of ,$300 investigative costsarrested'
., ; Here .' Pay Here ,other charges. Corrections (DOC) concurrent with May 4 for VOP; pled guilty,sentenced ,
We Finance ., '4737213PAIN Reginald Laverne Green arrested sentence now serving. to 18 months DOC followed by 12
July 4 for sexual battery upon child Ronald Byers arrested March 17 months probation drug counseling
under 12: insufficient evidence as to'' for possession of cocaine, carrying 'substance abuse counseling.
TON this defendant. ,concealed weapon; pled no contest, Tami R. Kingsley arrested April
74 DODGE 1/2
CONTROL INJURIES Waymon Hampton arrested April placed on one year probation. 30 for burglary, grand theft; .
PICKUP WITH TOPPER 23 for possession, sale, delivery of Robert Allen Cornwall arrested dismissed, lacks prosecutive merit. '
Automativ &:Ice Cold Air: Headaches :::t R..e4Neck ,controlled substance; defendant Feb. 9 for shooting into occupied Tim Parsons charged with issuing
$595 Dn*E-Z Payments $. Arm sentenced on other charges. vehicle; pled no contest throwing worthless check ($740 to Hayes Elec-.
Mid Back .. A.d...... Hampton arrested April 22 for, deadly missile, placed on 12 months, tric); dismissed, restitution made.
'83 DODGE ARIES 1 Low BacK& Leg possession of crack cocaine; case probation ordered to make restitution Prime Saliadlo charged with issuing -
dismissed, defendant sentenced on worthless check (337.52)j'case
STATION WAGON rful- other charges. ,: Edward O. Smith arrested April dismissed, restitution made.
Fleet Maintained Autol AIr Christopher Gregory Chiapinni arrested 14, 1987 for possession and deliveryof
4 to Choose From DR. RICHARD C.TULLERCHIROPRACTIC June 14 for possession of controlled substance; pled guilty .. 10
,$SQ5 D.EZ Payments more than 20 grams of cannabis five (i $ Pog
? *, ... ItI placed.on. years. probation con-' ., W
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76 DODGE CHARGER I Recent ArrestsIn 1- t' .
Vi 25.OOO True Miles CARE WHEN YOU .

Like New NEED IT-24: HOURSA Bradford.County Town was arrested Sept.. 17 for DUI, Johnson. He was released after a
From SB $210 surety was posted
$495. Dn- E-Z Payments Page DWLS according to Trooper Phillip ,
DAY 7 DAYS A Kraszewski. Nobles' blood alcohol (
',. Lawrence Scott Andrews of Maria Elfriede Secrest, ,52, of
'76 TOYOTA CELICA content was .14 percent. Bond was '
Starke arrested 18 for
was Sept.
WEEK Gainesville arrested for
Drives. Looks Good p was Sept.16 set at $83450 total Nobles was
according to
DWLS, according to Lt.,W.C.Reno. released on his own recognizance,
This Weeks Special: Office Hours: He was released after a $210 cash, Patrolman Thrift. Secrest's vehiclewas
$295 Dn E-Z Payments Mon-Fri 8:30-6:00: : p.m. Sat. by Appointment bond was posted. Duncan Winfield Sinclair of Fer- 'a convenience observed running store and off the then curb back at

nandina was arrested Sept. 17 for the curb US-301 at which
on on
r Roland Walker 32 of up
Eugene : DUI
according to Trooper
the officer the vehicle.
time stopped
Gainesville was arrested Sept.,18 for Kraszewski. He was released after a and
Secrest failed the sobriety test a
DWLS, according to Trooper $362.50 surety bond was posted., computer check revealed her license
Roberts. He was released after a
1 had been revoked. Bond was set atl,2lOr
olD cash bond was posted. Robert. Den Church, 24, of Mac"clenny $ she was released on her own

James Lewis Nobles,'34,.of Old DWLS, was'according arrested to Patrolman' ,recognizance.In .


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,):'.,' :.It'i'; ,t %' *2 standard"'C'cassettes!* s for Vinyl case with padded top and bottom, two-pocket i nlryCoIof.Cod.t,Keyboard'
.,,:!'( f'.VS!';.: :' full sound quality and reliability/ only "iJ.. Interior file, brass-plated hardware and two key-locks .Easy.\Q.Ro.d\ flUOtont Display
I ff'J'oI:Y""' r Full featured Answerer Black vinyl trim @@J Security Control Lock .

\YJ j '." Super VOX"' automatic ..
disconnect 'Ir ; / Metal Cash Bo
Power Failure Protection' circuitry $89595 I

PLUS 8 beeperles Remote function 4" Brown DG3-40364 Reg. $NOW 23S $z49EA ,$ 259 95 I

from any touch-tone phone including special < .
, second private message segment .

: Colors to match your decor, J
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One-touch Redial' .

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( ONE YEAR 3 position adjustable keyboard s
;, "'':', $13595 w urn 1 .I Easy to learn and use '

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Number 3 one-touch $ OO List prices
12 memory Including emergency
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and factory-set Anti-Piracy phone in any room with WordFind! dill line memory ? Trays
correction,Wof dEraser*!'and
110V AC outlet.
No phone m
System Smith Corona's easy-to-bad K31600
Jack needed for cradle. -v Cassette and
I Correcting
: '. Touch Tone! or pushbutton,Pulse: dialing Right. Ribbon System:" Reg.. 4.202.O9
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Flash function for access to enhanced ? eiiuu $ 279 95 u
telephone company services. ONE-YEAR )\ :", 4
Replaceable recharge battery '+ *

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display, 7,000 characters of ,
memory fat line memory correction _, ,
:SpeD-Right'"50,000, r .a'' Rubbermald ,

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telephones' one system Easy to-clean: plastic doesn't make
Corona unique Correcting Cassette" noise and won't mar furniture..Color
will not fade Of scratch. Large Size,
, I $; 14'I," x 10W" 15": Beige.
319 (DK6-29S6-BGE)!
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e "Anyroom1"''Recharge Cradle Complete Correction System
'plugs Into an AC outlet
Correct mistakes easily with M line ComputerRibbons
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memory correction. Key
Page'romBa..Phone to WordEraser*Key ocher features ....
Cordless Handset include Relocate.Half Space,
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' '+3 1/2 per copy
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Computer 14 78x11Bulldogs
, Gator'- FSU BIc *"RoundBallpoint $ ; ,
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" Quill 'Bfud r 1.99
Pens'' '
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'$' 00 List Price,$3:48: DozenSALE L6-AH1411-BE, SALE
", From r ...-.' .. ,LtstPPC .$4.15 each'
Cross Chrome Keith i'SK24-OO, 8 1/2x11

Pen 1250" Desk Calender '$'. '3 Ring l1JIIIII
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'Pen 3750 ,List,Price $4,75. SALE ,L2-AVI 81..WE. .
.List Price $4.55 ,, SALE '

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Large SelectionGifts I .
$ .Correction'Fluid

i Ma king'rape 99 59 :

'500/ ::2x60Yd',6PK (White Only)
Off List Pri, $7,99, Roll SALE 'J53-A10 ,
Roll List Price $1.39 SALE "

,Associate/ Standard, JiI'' ,( ''List,Price. ;2.00
:Box,of 'tI. AssociateSteno J '- ....., ,
Staples II
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List Price $1.50'each
5 Thousand SALE

,Superior .Sharp,-'3Z Solar '
New Selection, Secretary 95' $ 9,5
Picture CalculatorM1EL326D 7 '
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Frames '
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F r List.Price: $9.99
List:"Price 146.00 ,SALE


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,Leader' /LTR 25" /;:=J Egg!:
Pen Desk Holder 8995SALE "I is:: .a-ooo 00000
Wooden Bookends '2 Drawer'File., '.::-:I "--- .

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20% ''Off( List Price$144.00' ''List, 'Price,$54.99Sharp .' I"3.9' 95

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25'Phone W.E. '
Cord 3M"T ape' .

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Hand 'Cord : M $ 49 ,
Putty '
5Set .' ( 'Wide' Ruled, 8 1'/2 x 11 ,6
'List''Price $4.16 SALE -
It! List'Price,$12.50 Doz Dozen ,El1 It'r..:

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