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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 29, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Che k'Out Sports Section oq'' Pages l6 : ", : SECTION HordN.w.' At U, .Pages, v. ...1-3.: :;i,Ii:::. IN\VI'RSTV OF FLORIDA '

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Public Nolle.., .
Hurricane Helene is headed northward through the open Atlanticand Sport . . , 14.14 ,
poses no threat to land. Once rated a Category 4 hurricane, top
winds are now 85 mph and further weakening is expected. SECTION Bt U Pages 3:2611'd'
Beautiful fall weather is in store for the next few days, with mostHandlin.. trio Hazard..10 tU:

ly clear skies and high temperatures !in the mid to high Bo's MornMetro..* Art Fvit, . IB
ing lows in the mid 60s Florida is under a high pressure cell cauSFamo" Play ,,40
ing the clear skies. A cool front seems to be stalled over Texas and Area Death. ,SB ,
the eastern plains,)and the current weather should continue until, Awaronoo Day, 16
Sunday, when showers may again invade Florida, N.w. IIrleh. ,7.11 B The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven ",,'
Another tropical depression it forming in the eastern1 All.iniH. Imf Claiilflod Ad., .'10B IOllth
it Is too early to make any predictions, Year STARKE. FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
11th Issue Thursday, Sept. 29, 19101 liSPS (6.'.(oo>



Worth ,Doting : Decision Due Wednesday 'on DuPont's Maxville Protect, I


,. DuPont made little progress, on ing Council and the North Central that much gopher habitat will!l be Four DuPont Co: officials, arguing health to keep gophers in good,
Rabies getting ''a permit for its 7XK-acre( ) ,board is set Tuesday, Oct 4. in an attempt ,destroyed .in DuPont's mmmg opera- through a hired consultant, stressed
Alert... Maxville project last Thursday to come to a j joint agreement the company wants to to limit spending The NC group Seemed t to agree
A rabib bat has been found in the night, 22, due to lack ''of a on what the DuPont Co- will, be required tion.Discussion 'began at the North to $136,000 and that fewer or with the DuPont stand, It will take a:'
Keystone Heights area of Clay quorum Seft. Board of Dlrt'ctors'of' to do. Then an Oct, 5, the last Central council's meeting around more acres might be purchased,'due change on the NE council's position
County..The rabies alert area the North Central Florida Regional day of a 50-day period, is set for the the North East council's decision to the quality ,of the replacement for the two' planning groups toagree
overlaps into Bradford County: Planning Council. NC council to make a ,decision, that DuPont ,will be required\ to.. habitat, which can be located Permitting by the planning,eouncils -
All animal owners are advised to The North Central. council heard ,At issue Is some'' 218 acrps of replace 218 acres of gopher habitat anywhere in the area covered by the J U: an advisory matter tp the
make sure their animals (dogs and the DuPont presentation, but could gopher tortoise habitat that\ DuPont at a cost not to-exceed $1l6OtHI: ), Du North East Florida Planning'Coun ,county commissions 'of the four
catsl'are) up to date on their rabies take no action. An joint committee Coo, and state wildlife conservation Pont argued that the quality of the cil. counties. involved Baker,'Bradford,
''shots; Make every effort to restrict meeting 'of representatives, of the officials have agreed to purchase replacement ,habitat purchasedmust ,In other words, how many acres of
animals' to owner property and 'j: North East Florida Regional! Plann- elsewhere?since somewhere around be taken into ,consideration long-leaf pine 'wire grass' are re- ,ont...I..fl'\\>' ,
avoid contact With free roaming, .
animals.
The rabies alert will end Dec.13' .

if no other rabid animals are fund. 70%

I For more in formation,. phone ,
9645853. t'a

Square Dance... Turnout

Square dance classeS are now offered
the Bradford-Union Vo-Tech
Center. PredictedAnother
Come Monday night, Oct, 3. 7::30p

,m, Ken\ Perez is the caller : 70 percent ,turnout is

predicted by Supervisor of l Elections';
p !
BHS Reunion.
,.,
( Neva Flynn) for,the Tuesday Oct 4,
The Class of 1961 will host' the \ fi second primary voting '
third annual reunion pf all Brad- yS The big draw is expected to he the
ford High graduates immediately sheriff's race between veteran:
following the homecoming game Sheriff Dolph Reddish' and 20-year,
Friday, Oct. 14. Highway Patrolman! Kenneth
Mucis from the 50's and 60's will Etheridge. ,
be played by a disc jockey for your County ,Commissioned; Maxie
listening and dancing enjoyment at Carters! being challenged; by Ralph!;
the Starke Golf and Country Club, Bryan a two-term countyjtomrrm-\ :
,Make plans to attend The past J V-r ? Sinner who Carter beat 12,vears ago;
two years have proven, to be annual in a District, 3 race '
event you don't want, to miss. In District ,li which has' 1 been
realigned after a"voter 'diserimmation -
,- Melrose! Art Show... complaint to have',a 53 percent
The'16th .C black majority, Ross, Chandler of
Melrose Arts and Crafts
Starke and Mitchell.' Brown of
Festival set Saturday. Oct t,
Lawtey are for the seat
starting at 10 a.m", at the Melrose, vacated by; current vying Commission
School of
Community intersection
,Chairman Lawrence Motley
:
SR 21 and SR-26. '
1 Sheriff Reddish ''led' .the f'irst'primary (
Bsection.Jr.For more. information, see with t,!(05) votes,; but

challenger Etheridge ,was",only, 297,
Class Dues... v IIStKrs f i\ votes back That scared the
: daylights out bf the Reddish ('il'mp;
The Junior Class of BHS is ',and put it to work '
assessing a fee of $35 to each 1/ .j" .. ,Since ,the first primary, the Reddish
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,Junior Class member attending the'' "' "" .- .... --, __ -,-- ----'-' '.-,'.-. camp has'put its Campaign In\\
Junior-Senior Prom, in lieu of all Sometimes' School Can' F"im high gear, pushed by Drew Reddish':
Be
fund raising activities..; ,.., Robert Green,.'and Roman'Alvure*.
Because of the need for 1m-I It was Crazy Hat hay.ul .Smillisiile; ; KlmenUii.; .>' last riiilaj e' Sept ;aL: 'c)nltal .:\'an.I"r, : )' '(;rrltIS; ':Sitholas' O'Seal. Ai A' ''campaign headquarters' was: :
,, mediate funds, all fees paid by Ortober ->: A few of the stmlenls: jg.illi<'r,"" ,will) I'rlllt'il'al'J"h'i' Moore 'fur Ihis llenleS.' ; and :\h.!liv.n'ynn., Kiwrtmg t Ii,"fitiiil ', 'in> llnmei. 'thus established downtown a' \door-to-
'are
31 will be discounted $tO, To photo. They ,are* Stamtltiu, h.u'k. .ion ':sh.itvtiiiinflle. Jill :.ninn, Stott/Jason ,flick ;\Ir, :\IIH"'C'. 'I'ashu YYilH.itnx" Hiinnny''' HUM Foid Hill, llutiii.is' I "door campaign was'laid; out for the'
,
pay the fee, contact Ms Wanda Sheriff, 'and Reddish has been
Prevatt in the BHS Finance Office holding!!!!: dufntrs around the,county!
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or call 964-6800, '
; Etheridge; says he doesn have an

Class of-1988... !' Etheridge Wants New Jail Without Taxes organization like ,Sheriff Reddish,
;' and has been doing his campaigning
,
All persons planning to goon the mostly by himself including financing -
1988 Senior Class Bahamas Cruise / the election lie has kept on calling
may pick up their deposit at the Says Job Criticism Reflects'' Too Few: CitationsKenneth on people door-to-door and mak-
Travel. Agency on North ing phone calls which he-!says he is
Tempe
Ave ,doing all by himself. Etheridge says
Anyone wanting a Class of '88 \ Etheridge" has promisedto waste ,awarnencMi' day S ul'lilY at has, difficulty With 'producing, ,the ed tasks, does 'not, actively1 ''tiCC'k ,other than family, his main* duna.I -
jersey, please call John Slater ph: crack; down on drugs and now pro Lawtey Community School. '(maintenance, levels.of the department more responsibility This employee<< I t lions have been, SM)0( from Fred
,,782-3008 after,4pm. 'poses a new county jail to keep those The current 30->'c ir-old j>ul is and 'takes'a long, time in concluding (is difficult to motivate, but with continuing Mueller and $;;00" from" 'Ilurdettei
arrested for drug ,offenses off the ,overcrowded, not a ,deterrent 'to 'investigationsTrooper supervision, he will improve) i Green, :
Gator QB Club...' Street. ,crime because a, person ar\'l>st(1d Etheridge said he gives more. c'urn- 'in this area also*' It'll be nip and! tuck I don't'st'e a
.. the Starke Gator Quarterback Etheridge, a '20-year highway o-'er the,weekend is released Monday ings and writes fewer citations During his 20 years of service in. run-away," ,Etheridge told The
Club meets today Thursday, Sept. patrolman and farmer in the morning "on his own Many times a warning is !M.ilhcient his overall fating he has achievedthe Telegraph this week. Etheridge has
29) at the Starke Golf and Country Theressa area and currently thoughtto recognizance. Current jail budget is he says. In taking more. time on aninvestigation performance standards, with the' been planning four years to run
Club,," be giving Sheriff Dolph Reddish a $189,000\ per year. In five years the the conviction rate is' Florida Highway i Patorl and he for sheriff: -
that about million, at court time, Etta-ridge 'never received a below performance The Reddish ,camp' also 'SL'e'U
Social hour, 6:30: p,m.' Covered tight race, proposes county, County 'can 'spend a higher .
"
,dish supper and meeting, 7 p.m. commissioners 'secure ,a federal' dollars on the Jail and still be with' .says. standard! on his evaluation.Qualifications. close ,race. 'Sheriff Reddish admits;
,Speaker: Jerry Anderson, tight grant, through the office of the U,S, the current outdated facility. You can be 'just as effectives end and special teams coach. marshal, to build a new'' ,jail. In '. trooper,writing 65 tickets per month ...) have the first primary,but says he's
return for the grant 'the county Flip Personal File.' .. ,,as if you write 75 tickets" Ktherulge: Ethendge the course of his it 0, been hitting it,the'past month. !Reddish
'
Seminole Boosters... would agree to house federal says.Etheridge years in the niP he has become a says' he doesn't want to get
prisoners. $37.50 per day limesi' 3b5 "Everything here is true I haveno also admits he has been certified law enforcement officer, ,in beaten this time and think he didn
The BradfordUnion'Sem'inole days times 20 prisoners would r.11 iseover' regret ot anthing you see"in here planning for four, years tu run) for Florida with over. 1,000) hours of do everything he could '
Booster Club meets at 7 .m. today I've' done a, good job says '
p sheriff' another reason he has, has' .
$273,750 year enough ta training. Reddrh
per campaigners '
say they've
who this ;
Thursday, Sept 29) in the KOA Etheridge !: year completed
;: instead of writing Some include
meeting hall.' :..s, finance a new Jail ptheridge says.If '20 years with the Florida Highway given warnings If.his qualifications : receiveu'awarm reception but are
Fabrizio elected sheriff 'Etheridge says' Patrol. citations., radar, Vas-Car, a speed measuring uncertain about the> election. You
Speaker: Tony FSU .Appraisal comments of'the 4980 s,, device has qualified for incentive'
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sports columnist for the Florida ''he'd like to put people arrested for'' Etheridge took a voluntary demotion such as follows,' Etheridge says:are to administer intoximeter tests.. just can't tell/ Sheriff Reddish said
'Times-Union. Dinner: $3,SOParenting ,selling drugs in the jail and keep' from Trooper [11 to Trooper In all messages that he was not writing pay breathalyzer tests in police officer Tuesday afternoon he' made the
l' them there, off the street, until 1982: A Trooper II is a homicide investigator enough citations: ''procedures and techniques riot rounds at the Chamber mixer at Ter-
Class.... 'Currently,: drug offenders ,are : Etheridge was a Trooper "'"This employee needs motivationto truck training and crowd control willegar Motors new building.
released because there is no space in 11 for 12 and was assigned to Glen Moore, longtime deputy who
years
his work level
I keep )in theal'cep- homicide radiological
expecting ( investigation
If a'baby
don'tmiss sheriff
soon, the,county jail, Etheridge says, and three countiesBaker, Bradford resigned and ran for has not
the prenatal classes set Oct. table ranged monitoring in case of atomic fallout, endorsed either candidate.
that is no deterrent.. and Union plus was' available to publicly
"This employee does not'produce and first aid.Bradford,
10 T Nov. 7, sponsored by the Extension several if Moore got 1,355 votes in the primary,
Etheridge: points out Levy County more counties no homicide up to standards on the citation.
Service on US-301N \ which could play a big factor jn second
Learn about prenatal care, labor, about the size of Bradford, recentlybuilt investigator: was available there-. level:" is Home,., primary voting. ,
delivery, and care of the newborn. a new 100-bed jail for $5 mill ion Etheridge told The- Telegraph/ / he A Sept. 1984 job evaluation says: "My heartis, in Bradford County Winner of the second primary vote
Sessions are informal, educationaland He points out that Baker,Union, and voluntarily gave up the position! 'This employee is punctual, well the birthplace of my children and will face Republican Bob Milner in
fun. Classes: 7.9 p.m For Hamilton Counties house federal in because he was on call 24 hours per groomed, and neat. lie, has overall grandchildren. I have a vested Interest the Nov 8 general election
more info, contact the Bradford mates in county jails, and get paid day and wanted to spend more time, job knowledge. Meets'most perfor- and a deep commitment to A District '5 county commission
Extension Offic e, 964-6280, Ext for it. with his family and grandchildren. mance levels of quality. This providing the; most secure environ general election race is also set bet. .
284. A jail built by housing federal Now there is a homicide investigatorfor employee's work quantity is rather ment for my family and yours. The ween Democratic incumbent Wilbur
prisoners would not affect the local each county. Slow and does not produce quite up foundation of my campaign is in the Waters and,Republican challenger
Gamble property tax, Etheridge pointed\ out. The Telegraph asked Etheridge to established performance standards heart, soul;and conscience of every,. BC Holtzendorf '
Rogers... The challenger to Sheriff Dolph about seemingly critical statementsin : :He has been counseled in this person in Bradford County, :
The Florida Troubadour Gamble Reddish first made his proposal his employee performance* appraisals area and with closer supervision he Etheridge states in his campaign EIection..P.z.e
.
Rogers, will appeal' here at 7 p.m. about a new jail at the hazardous such as "This' employee will improve. Performs only pssign- literature., (See \>
Oct. 15, the Saturday night of the
Art Festival set Oct. l:>-t6.
Rogers, Florida's top folk singer
and story teller, is known 3-Counties Get
statewide. 'Property "


Upcoming... For Solid Waste SiteThe

Public meetings scheduled. in the ,
coming weeks are three'counties of Bradford, waste; bill and wf will have great .
Starke Zoning Board meets at 7 Baker and Union along with the program to support I heir clforu
p,m: Thursday Sept. 29in, City Department of Corrections, makingup "This regional approach is exactly
Hall.Br the New River Solid Waste: what small counties need to be doing'
dford County Commission: Association, INRSWA have been working together to implement
regular monthly meeting 9:30: a,m. given the right to acquire a xutre< regional solid waste disposal and
Monday, Oct. 3, meeting room in parcel of state land for a solid waste recycling programs," the Governor }
courthouse, stated.
Lawley Council: regular monthly Governor Bob Martinet and the The site is located In Union Coun
meeting 7:30: p.m. Monday ''Florida Cabinet, at a Cabinet ty, just off SR-121 at Ellerbee Curve 4515.
Oct. 3, city hall. meeting Tuesday,) September<< fl, two miles north of Raiford. It is central t
Second Primary election: 7 a.m. made the presentation to j it committee to the three counties involved,!
to 7 p.m..Tuesday Oct. 4. .. from NRSWA,": .* being'approximately U miles from ,
Siarke Council: regular.first In making'the presentation Macclenny, 10 miles from lake
Tuesday meeting, 7:30 p,m.,Tues- Governor Bob Martinet said' ."(1.; Butler and 12 miles from Starke.
day, Oct. 4, city hail, ;- want'to thank' the representativesfrom Members of the Association attending NKSVVA. Meets' With the State Cabinet..:
Brooker Council: regular mon- Baker. Union and Bradford the Cabinet meeting to acquirethe
thly meeting, 7:30: p.m.. Tuesday. Counties for their efforts in putting! site were Association Chairmanand ,The delegation from the New Hi'er, Solid Waste 'Ihe' ';I'g......".. ,,I.. .-... I.ri Haker' Cimiinisioner *-
Oct. 11. together this regional approach for Bradford Commissioner': Joe' Association who: met with the Male' Cabinet in George Knabb. Bradford Commissioner Joe
Hampton Council: regular mon- managing their solid waste. Riddick, Bradford CommissionerMaxie Tallahassee Tuesday.' September 27, to acquire a 200 Riddick. Bradford Solid Waste Director ,Darrell
'thly meeting 7 p.m., Tuesday, Oil Carter. Jr., Bradford Solid acre tract In Union County for a solid waste disposal. O'Neal, and Union Commissioner. Marvin Priuhetl.i .
"It (fa good to hear that local Waste Director Darrell O'Neal are pictured above with the Calimel. ,
11.Board of Governors Chamber of government, including, small inuri. Baker Commissioners James Croft The Cabinet (l-rt Comptroller Gerald lewis.i i inlit n..v ct-rH l-'ngim.y t-umk Darubi. Bradford
Commerce: noon Thursday, Sept. ties, are implementing recycling and George Knabb, Union Commissioner Secretary of State Jhn Smith Governor Hob ;Martine. Commissioner Maxie Carter, Jr. and Mate Senator

13, SFCC Board ROOIJI! :...... .' programs.,: This is something we Marvin Pritchett and Attorney General Bob Butter-worth and liimmissionerof Sherry Walker:
In front Is Commissioner trofl.
.... -.k.-ilery hard for ,in Ibr olui, ,\o iic-ialiyn Engineer Franc! Darabi. Education Belly Castor. Baker James





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''To the Citizens of' District One: On Tuesday, October' .;

4th you will make an important decision as to who will : "tf<. ,v

I represent you and seve as your County Commissioner.

Improvement Award... This will the future' of
help shape our county.
Starke Bradford County Chamber of Commerce Representative Bruce Scott (at left)present*the organization' person
Improvement to$uluhlne Industries Director Bob Larimer.for the work. he and the worker,have made at their new
building the new Industrial Park In Starke.Building .


I .''am now and will always be 'concerned about the

Plans Discussed ,Brooker issues facing our homes and communities. My love for all

The Brooker Council, at & special' were present, Chairman ''Melvin, city hall,'a community center and a 'citizens as well as a willing desire to serve everyone.
meeting called Tuesday.September Councilwoman Sue Davis and Coun- for the marshal's
garage car. and is
27, 'discussed building a new; City cilman George Pierce .'t'community, center should be honestly fairly my goal..
Hall at the recreation park combined There is no federal grant money big enough fur.250 to 300 people' -
with a community center and fire available,",said Chairman Melvin said Commissioner Sue Davis.,Fire
department: .. He also said the Ethel Russ propel ty Chief Tony Stalnaker recommendeda We need your support. Therefore, I ask;,that you "makethe
"t'We? need to'know, the,type'of is for sale, and a small parcel adja-t 40 feet by 60 feet fire station, with
building 'we want, the,size"111" l the cent owned by Ruby-Mccarthy is three 12-foot stalls and an assembly right ,choice"and remember to gb to the; polls 'on
building, and even if it is wanted by also for sale. Now is the time to buy'.' room and some storage space. '
the people of Brooker,'",saidCounCII, either one or both, Melvin said. The Community Building ,could Tuesday, October 4th 'and elect a man that'js concerned
Chairman Gene Melvin Being considered is a building big spread out into the fire station for "
about YOU and needs and will work'to, them met.
Only>: three members of the council' ',enough/ to house the fire dl'P8'llIIl'nt, ;' special events needing more space your .,. see '
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? ITEfl 595 LOWENBRAU 299 ::,d 1'75' U. BRADFORD COUNTY
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(H'm FROM SOME CONCERNED CITIZENS
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:;;4j 3.59 Opt 4US 269 kMK '= 1 059BUSCH' sMKI.I.MNb Er 950GANs I

SSHZ We are concerned citizens and we would like to 'address some
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( J =-- 1 Issues pertaining to the upcoming election between two candidates:
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TAAKA GIN :_ -' II 01.cAN CAb! a till cs Dolph Reddish and challenger. We will only address the facts, then

& VODKA.,. D' a lOOSE 7 91! 3 99 eTL61575 you the people must decide who will benefit our county,.
1.STER/ CASE
93 community and families. -
59 SO
r. L l '. T LONE UGHT STAR We are of a community combined and we represent one color and
FUlnchmann 'L r1Ne. MLawkN RUR LK HT DANK, that is the "color of Law" which'governs and protects all of the.taxpaying'communitywith .
Gin LI a t 4VLLl,.:L L'LS.li.! MK CASE
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.Y rM.,.,x-M.N. .MK'' 1Ahk to origin.1.Our .
no regard sex or
N.+ MrwM O. IIY. 3991=0:1575 ,; race
LttER i 1-tMN aw.a 159 k 599 first should be around the clock'protection '
tAU Of 11 -x-*'N concern having adequate,
BJOO 699 .J. -J 3.99 CASE 2150 0lt1. Old t I for,our families.,We commend Sheriff Reddish for the Job

tMjlwM.LLe he had done with the'available man power at his disposal..We know
1 : HUSKEE MECUlAH*LIGHT
Bop COOLER .M : MN OEi that our county has an insufficient number of deputies,:so we must,
i 75y
EOLDTER y. :?" liOUMT Fii 1.29 189 Iy CANbq Ya' 739 1 ? 'fAY address the governing body of our law enforcement, agency which

LITER uIl E 1)L has not and will not allocate funds which they say are simply not
C B 11!Z99 Ain nr 4 available. The County Commission -,and if they are not available for'

JACK Sheriff Reddish's administration, how can someone else make such'a

DANIELS BLACK LABEL -a promise?, ,
7 50 ML '2. Second do we have a suitable Jail and, if not, what Is It going
c* v u
,107.50 |no,a *, MAT tDA, INine ? r to cost us, the taxpayers? Approximately 4 million dollars but If we
'* I can't afford $38,000 for an extra deputy and car to protect us, the
ncient
*, a b : 1T7s:, $, al working class community, then who is going to win a 4 million dollar

INVERHOUSE cn u Ti eo 2.7 9 ,.BIe/w a ea 9 e 1 lottery for a new Jail? The other party? Thanks to Sheriff Reddish's

SCOTCH, o Ge, a:71.aS ,arrest records we have an overcrowded jail Are we as sure that,what;,
CALIFORNIA .
.
.75 .d w a
117 COOLER 'we may.get will be as good as what we have? ,
WlltHIIV M xCUTTV' 3. Third Sheriff Reddish refuses to Install radar guns in his ,
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P' NIA/Nr1 "" rAx ks1IYaI'C' deputies'' patrol cars We feel that this"should remain the Job of the
oRK + L N, .,,J ,i c.slls.oo 2.59 T w. ,Stemware
'' a Highway Patrol and since the other candidate is a little confused he
SK.MIRAM'SGOLDEN; tiyob4e erne,
iasot 999 s rl ..1t7 P Y.99lti should remain where his heart is.

sriKirs 4. Fourth we must address our most critical problem: drugs In

.. 1 /I 11 Fins WIflC$ 'our'community. We can no longer'afford to continue to,turn our

,pRUERp backs and hope' this problem will go away.. It.must be,a community
CAL T 3 + L1:13LANC effort. We must play a major role because we see the problem when
CANADIAN *,* IiAwiwrl.r'F, II iLli4I
? ';,we look out our windows.-We see It in our own sons and daughters
1.1247 1 _. III 'b I r', wwr 3LITEl1 C3 lliFwro ,brothers''and sisters,and yet we do nothing -'but we'want someone.

COME BROWSE ..p+ 4 99 else make and but if
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MAJESTY MIJI I/ N ONE OF THE N Almaden CRIB I A R I ''show that we care. Our Sheriff Is good but not even he Is that good
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Carter Meets Bryan., :


Incumbent Maxie Carter, Jr., the State Association of County Com Bryan was employed by the Du- '
faces challenger Ralph Bryan in a , hotly contested second primary runoff With two new commissioners anda retirement in 1985 to enter the real "1:
f. ,4 +. election this Tuesday Oct.,4. new Clerk of the Court, Carter says estate business, and is now owner of t
ft I his experience will be extremely Ralph Bryan Realty in Starke. I J
Carter Is a native of Bradford valuable. Bryan was County Commissioner '
County and has been a member of iCarter has supervised most,county from 1969 to 1976, was a director of
the First Baptist Church In Starkefor Departments: Roads, Fire, Zon- the State Association of County Commissioners 1
45 years. He was president of the ing, Emergency Medical Services, I president of the \
i' ry w .Lions Club In 1957, three times exalted Solid Waste and Mosquito Control. Southside PTA 2 years president of i,)
{ ruler of the Elks Club, a He hag also been Chairman of the. the Starke Golf and Country Club 2 i
member there for 35 years 35 yearsa Commission several times rears, president Keystone Heights "
member of the Bradford Masonic Club, vice-president of the' N',
Lodge No; 36. a Shriner, past president Serving on the New River Solid Bradford Union Board of Realtors I I
of Rotary, past president of the Waste Association; a 200 acre site treasurer of the, DuPont Credit ,
has Just been secured from the state Union, treasurer of the Keystone I '
Chamber of Commerce served on for the location of a solid waste Volunteer -Department and a
the Industrial Development Committee disposal system. member of the Bradford County
is now serving on the Housing Finance Authority,
Government Affairs Steering Com Challenger Ralph Bryan is'also a Bryan says, "I am a 'people per
mittee- of the Santa Fe Community native of Bradford County He Is a son' who has worked with people and
College, serves on the Governing member of Kingsley Lake Baptist their problems all on my adult life. I ,
at''r Board of the New River Solid Waste Church a veteran of the Korean have the knowledge; experience and ,
ji Association, and served two yearson .War, discharged with .the rank of ability to serve on your Board. of ,
14 the Rural County Commille of sergeant<<; County Commissioners." "d

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,"II[; The Cast of 'O1ive -'... It's Chandler vs. Brown for' Dist. 1 I

1' tf Pictured above are the members of the cast for the zewskl, Shan JthnlllIisl"' Denmark. Janet West, .
},I\ Bradford Community Players production of 'Oliver' a Siuy Wilson, H..tni.krldl.( .', Neil (..all'Y.111(1.( .. Ross Chandler, a 'newcomer to a machine operator. "Brown said, "I can give the
1'' musical drama being prepared fora, late October I.aneyofft Kothwell and Sharon lowery.Yonngstpr'g politics' in Bradford County is' in "I am going to try to',ing alter district and county an available
>4' showing at the Country Club. in the cant -are rica: Johns, Mary contention for the District 1 County native revenues that may be 'commissioner at all times, because Iam
""F,:>' In the background are the adult members of the Stephens! Shelly Karcveuski. Leigh Johns, Brittany' ''Commission seat in a race with Mitchell available from state of federal constantly covering the county I
'3/. cast: Ruth Riddick. Chris Davidson laurie C'onll, Johns Matt Waters, Ih.atlwr'lIlhuns, Kim Register, Brown( who tried several times: grants, and to try to find good clean feel this will give me a closer contact
r, Carol Harrington Daniel Marlin Susan Middlelon.. Jamie; Gotts, Mellssiu Mi-l.i-.xl. Terri I.all")'. Kmily: for a county commission seat under industry to bring into the county to with the people and their needs. .
Bill Wilson. Pat Crawford Natalie Cox, Kim Karo Hartley Derek Gaines and t'hrlM llan-iiiKlon. the former countywide voting, help with the tax base.* "I will represent all the people, }in a
c system. fair and impartial manner, says-
T do not want to raise taxes.'but
Brown. "I will not answer to a select
Moore Meets Here with Local Demo's 'The seat is being vacated by pre- services must be provided," he says- few but will -answer to.-a 11 the .taxpayers )
sent Commission Chairman "I'also want to keep the public in- of Bradford County. I,
Lawrence Mosley,who did not run to formed on critical issues and Brown has said he will strive for
Tom Moore, foi mer Pinellas County' inging about election reform( in tend (to lead this effort as !Florida's/ succeed himself. After a court- changes before they' are, made' by better drainage in the county /'and
legislator now campaigning for the Florida. He said that the 'present chief elections officer.'' ordered realignment District. I is 53 ,holding commission meetings in ,will work toward paving more
Democratic'' nomination for system that requires, camliddtfs: I to<< During his two legislative- tornis, percent black.Chandler various communities roads. lie will work with the 1
Secretary of State, met with local, spend most of their time 't aising( Moore was the prime sponsor of who is black Is'a Bradford ''I feel'' (Hike I'm a peoples man.,I ''Sheriff's Department to' make'' the 1
supporters here Wednesday morn huge sums of money for television" Florida's.Safe Drinking Water Aft.! County native and a graduate of want to represent all the people. county a safer place to live and will,
ing. If successful in gaining the commercials has resulted llllnl'I hili." "I am also committed 'under BUS, class of 1970. He is a graduateof Brown, who is white, is a local in- help the fire departments all over J
nomination'' in the runoff election, of many good men from public "service Florida's new elections camping"! Devry Institution of Technology, surance agent, born and raised in, the couhty to meet their needs' and
Moore will compete with the incum- including Senator ''Ulwloi) financing law' to limit.caniiwiiKii lxpnclitures Atlanta, and has worked for Gilman Bradford County and is a graduate will search all avenues to put less; ,
bent Republican, Jim Smith, in the Chiles, and former' Governor Kcuhiit ," Moore said, 'lie is Paper Co At Maxville; 12',9 years 1M of(, Bradford High\ School. burden on the taxpayers.) I
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Novembver 8 General Election. Askew,. pledged to limithis, campaign contributions
Moore' was introduced by'' a "It is time, to'educate rvftlrrs !lit to small amounts:! t
longtime friend, Jim Duncan. Brad- ways other than TV and radio spot[


..ford Schools.-..- County, and discussed Superintendent his goal.. --of pr of, ads; paid dollars for. by, ,massive More said special.' "J 1 1inF;interest ; Taco Bell Re tu ;rant May., ,Be :Built Here ::1 I


I :" It"" 'Zoning 'exceptions permits will' ,assembly plant-! now occupied by Gulf- gasoline sta north Alligator'' Creek, between
.( be asked for a Taco Bell u curve;: Under I-lf assembly'of parts,' is tion. It Is much easier to get a Captain D's and the creek,
nience store 'complex, and an industrial permitted but 'classification special exception' sell gasoline, >. In addition to the special exceptionfor
To All assembly plant will he pro-'' docs not allow. manufacturing, on the. than to go through the reclassificai Register gasoline sales, the
posed tothe, Starke Zoning Board .'situ; lion process says'Janet Turner, Board of Adjustment is also set to
and Board'of Adjustment at ,assistant zoning director < 'review a special exception for A liquor -''
,My' Supporters : 'meetings starting at 7 p.m. tonight. Convenience Store... A site plan will be presented to'the' license, granted last April and 'j
(Thursday Sept. 29) in city hall. Freeman Register, lit i is re- 'Zoning Board. now to expire. There is no request to, i
; .questing a special exception to sell 'renew the exception for the license,
,Assembly.Plant.\ .. self-service gasoline on the propertyhe Taco belli.: so the board will prebably allow it.to< I
A request from W.J. ( Billy> Dodd. owns 'on US-301 in Starke, bet A site plan for a proposed Taco expire. .I
'Jr, will beek a light'industrial (tl H) ween Call and Madison Streets.: Bell business will be presented to the ,The Starke Zoning Board meets at
classification for 1.2 acres on west Register plans to construct a convenience Zoning Board. y>''7 p.m. The Board of Adjustment
Thanks ,,for the. vote and support Edwards Road for assembly of com store complex to include a Momex Foods, Inc. proposes for meeting is set for 7:30 p.m. but will, ,t

you gave me. Thanks for all the, kind I p(>l1ent\partssfor( a high'Vay'testing ,deli and gift shop,; on, the property, build the ,Taco, Bell on US-301; justx-- follow the Zoning Board meeting\

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; CONTROL.. : '
MOSQUITO .
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::"' e to TV- \ r'. Commissioners Explain Problems Involved
Whatever' it asks, -.. :

1 want to'bet )

hope I don't appecfT Editor Telegraph: State before the mosquito season would operate at 1800 RPM. Therelorel people

"actory"While' <* There have "been recent articles begin. We gambled and lost The Board in often do not see the led and
editorials, advertisements and special session approved moving they think the truck is going too fast.
/ taking shots much more discussion about our much emergency funds from the General Fund Whether we like applying mosquito spray
county'smosquito
,. I In that y control As until the State funds arrived. We were not !in this manner: not. it's the law '
flag factory. program. County
expecting to
just spend $2,000 to do a little
I Gee! What a.break Commissioners who represent the votersof spraying here nnrt ti* """The ground ULV machine does a fairly
; Bradford County and who wish to
sup- good job in city and subdivision situations
It Would have been*, ) port the programs our constituents want, We are aware there la confusion concerning because the slower speeds and grid-type
\If Betsy Ross we feel it necessary to explain our current the new type of sprayer: we have and ,spraying will allow the chemical to reach
-Vial .mosquito program' how effective it is. Many of you may the residences. Out in the county, housesare
Had just dropped h First, the public needs to know that the ,remember the old thermal foggers the often several hundred feet off the county -
county solid waste ,(the burying of garsbage county used In the early-to-mid 1970s, road and they back up to swampy'areas
) and mosquito control funds are whereby' diesel fuel was heated by the'' that can only be effectively treated by
'mixed together. The County applies an-, machine, causing a fog that became the aerial spraying.
nually for these funds to the State of things carrier would for the insecticide. Truly, those .When shopping g,we found that a one-hou
Florida in a match-funding process. The to choke put out enough mosquito 'aerial spraying In Bradford County woul
spray a mule I Then the
budget is prepared with anticipated land- vironmental en- cost more than $3,000. We could easil
filling and mosquito spraying costs given regulatory people said we had spend the entire $174,821 on aerial
to the spray
,/ line item by line item. For example, of this fist protect, and the mule,the birds the ,the bees, the ing and not get all of the mosquitoes, and
peopleto
3 year's total budget of $174,821, less than I could no degree that we still have to pay for burying the garbage.
longer
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$10,000 is for control. The laws'
REMEMBER are Very specific!mosquito as to how and when we the type of insecticide we knew would get We know wedon't have the ideal mos
PEARL HARBOR DAY are to treat for mosquitoes, but they do not the job done. We were told to use the new quito program and adulticiding by groun
September 7EDITORIAL require us to. The law \Is also specific as to ultra-low volume (ULV) type sprayer and spraying is a stop-gap measure, at best.
the environmentally safe chemicals But we also know what do in
how and when we bury our garbage and it or lose we Bradford
specifies dally cover. Before we can spendone state,matching funds. ,County is more than Alachua, Baker,
Union, Dixie, Gilchrist, Lafayette Suwan-
,
cent on mosquito control
,we must first
_
r-. make sure our landfill is in environmental About,1979 we purchased a used ULV nee, and Sumter Counties offer their
compliance Matching funds from the machine that was utilized until last season. citizensNOTHING, because of the cost.
State come in on a quarterly basis What wasn't worn out 'was chemically We need the matching funds from the State
rusted out. The Commissioners began and we cannot afford to go up on our solid
Earlier this' year we incurred unan- looking at new ULV machines beginning at waste special assessment,just because we
ticipated major repairs to our landfill $6,500 for one machine. When we heard don't like what we have.:

bulldozer truck loader and dragline,'all of that Volusia County wa selling some of We welcome citizen input and may this
I'', which are more than 20 years old. These their old equipment,we bought two 1975-76 be an open invitation to the public to attend
: The
Debate Now Is Dodge 1/4 ton trucks
Big :: pieces of equipment are vital to the daily ULV foggers with 1981 mounted County Commission meetings and help us
that had
nil requirements mentioned previously.We chemical speedometer-driven work out this and many more important
were moving along smoothly through, pumps issues that Bradford County will be facing
Who Won the Debate? the year with no major mosquito Infesta- in the coming months, and years
tion; therefore, the decision was made to In operation, straight chemical' forced Joseph F,Riddick
spend the money to make repairs, hoping through the machine, creating a mist when Wilbur L.Waters
Michael Dukakis,, having ,declined in by his selection of Senator'Dan yuayie additional,funds would come in from theO'Neal applied at speeds allowing the machine to County Commissionersof \

,the polls since Labor Day, had the mostto as his'running mate, and some com

gain in Sunday night's' debate,, and merited that the Vice President, in spiteof '

Vice President Bush being ahead for the his long resume' of public'service, Replies to Sun's Advice

,,). moment in the roller coaster race, had "has: yet to prove that he,, and not Gainesville ; ,

the' most to lose. Bush knew this, of Dukakis, is the real unknown quantity ": I

course, which explains his reluctance' to in' this contest, To, ,Rethink 3-County, Landfill Coalition,

:debate in the first,place.'' It was pointed, out that a 1986

A loss, at''this point, ;would have'been Newsweek poll of the nation's: governors -
disastrous' for'' Dukakis therefore his rated Dukakis as their "most effective" A 'Sept. 26 editorial in The GainesvilleSun \ three counties, The Suwannee Valley
colleague. He is also, credited entitled ,"It Isn't Too Late," is about (The Solid Waste ''Authority, consisting of eight
win thqugh slight him back following article is a reply'by
even put in
two years late in its attack on the tri-, 'counties, and a coalition. of Alachua and
the running, with'a chance of picking up :with instituting ,America's most aggressive -' 'county coalition of Bradford, Baker and Darrell O'Neal,,: ,Bradford'' Gilchrist Counties,. to ,round out the'
his share of the great "undecided": vote, state effort to help economically Union Counties, along with DOC, developing -' _County's landfill director, to an original 13 county group, is still ,held
troubled cities and regions get, back a regional!solid waste disposal system. 'editorial published in'' The together by the 'Master Plan'tinder the
'After'weeks' attacks from umbrella of Central
bruising their feet. the North Florida'
on Gainesville
:
Sun in its issue
of
Regional Council.
Planning
the Dukakis''did
Vice President Governor
what he had to:'do to'' get his cam, While Bush has filled every.:job' from' "A they'd better stuck deal with might the have effort been to create possibleif a September: 26.) This is not the configuration of counties

paign back on track. He rose to his own', Republican National Chairman to CIA 13-county regional landfill" the editorial originally suggested by' the engineering''
,;. '. defense against the spurious attacks on director ''to, Vice. President, he has in, says..Yes a better deal for Alachua County firm of Camp, Dresser and McKee.
]
stituted no major' changes to improve but for the tri-county group, NOI considered by The North Central Florida However, the three small counties' of
his Mr. Bush. It is
: patriotism by hoped Baker,Bradford, Union DOC do
Alachua County wanted to be boss with its Regional Solid Waste Master Plan and the plus com-
: that, by, now, the Vice President has these offices, nor exhibited ,the leadership weighted vote. It was apparent that small one central landfill scenario was rejected prise one sub-regional group.

1';',, seen that such tactics have become that would uphold his statement rural counties would be forced to pay more ,'as too costly and control too centralized in With the small county group, each par-
; counter-productive and both, can Sunday night that ,"I am the change" than they could afford. Alachua County. ticipant hopes to have control over, its

didates' can make better use, of their for the future that the American, people An alternative of three sub-regional destiny in the solid waste venture. 'The
time by arguing the real issues of the ,seem,to want; A $35 or more per ton tipping fee was landfills was approved by the 13 'county Union County site is closer,less expensive,
projected for a 3 county subregional land- Policy Advisory Committeeand this is the allows more local control and is unequivocally 1
"
,I,, ,., campaign/ ?''\' ,; ,' t '", ,And so,,. it's"on to the .second 'great.. fill fin Alachua County;. .The"tricounlygroup scenario in existence Joday... Tfte New in the best interests of the' +
%<" debate."The, next few'weeks!: will be' anticipates $20 to $25. Hauling costs''" River, Solid Waste Association consisting! citizens of Bradford, 'Baker.'and Union

.'', ''Although both candidates performed crucial and hopefully bring more to the to the landfill are not included. in the tipping Counties

,I. better than generally expected, with no evening news TV screen than the mean-' fees.

!.' major gaffs on either side, three out of ingless "photo- ps" and 30-second hat- Preparing .for the longer' hauling I
';, l'' four polls gave Dukakis a slight edge chet jobs to which we have so far been' distance to Alachua County would require,

,I and most analysts (except those, on the subjected. Now that some of the important each county to build a transfer facility Governor Commends Tri-County
extreme right) agreed that the issues have at least been partially purchase new trucks and trailers, hire the

Massachusetts Governor's positions on 'defined in the first debate perhaps we employees to transport the wastes con-
struct class three landfills for
the issues were better defined,:and he, may even be treated to a serious dISCUS- debris and pay the annual operation construction fees Coalition ,on LandfillEffort"I ,

I;,,' was "sharper and more in focus" than sion of how Mr. Bush and Mr. Dukakis for these facilities. All of these costs, plus
;.. his opponent. will deal with them after inaugurationday the tipping fee to Alachua County would want to thank the representatives from Baker,Union, and Bradford
cost each county nearly $1 million. These Counties for their efforts in putting together this regional approach for
< \ Most agreed thaBush; has been hurt .next January,, costs would represent nearly 25 percent of managing their solid waste, ,

".' r Bradford County's total budget and more "I want to particularly thank Commissioner James Croft from Baker
than 30 percent of the Union County County. Commissioner Croft chaired a 13-County Task Force that included -
: budget. most of the counties in the North Central part of the State. The task
[ R gist r.r'qw'vote: 'Qct.,4, and :Nov.. 8, force was put together specifically to resolve solid waste problems and to
work toward regional recycling and disposal programs.
The Sun calls r more study. Two years
have into the results well "DER has worked closely with you through the consent order process
study, are
:.\,I The deadline for registration of voters the statewide voter turnout-in the first established.gone Alachua County steadfastly] and has provided technical assistance.' The Department of Correctionshas
for the November 8 General Election is primary,' proving once again that Brad- refused to consider any alternative to land-, also been a key player. -

,5 p.m.,Saturday, October 8. ,ford County is one of the heaviest voting filling.. ,Two Alachua County commissioners "It is good to hear that local government, including small counties are
'areas in Florida and also exceeds the Penny Wheat and Jim Notestein, Implementing recycling programs. This is someting we worked very
According' to the Elections Office adamantly stated more than once, "No, hard for in the solid waste bill,and we will have a great program to sup-
registration has been' brisk,''with about, national average. wastes from other counties will be broughtinto port your efforts. ,
: 200 new registrations in recent weeks.' 'Although .local, primary: races Alachua County, We will not be the "This regional approach is exactly what small counties need to be

Registration rs expected continue at a\ sometimes bring out a heavier vote than dumping ground for all of north Florida,," doingworking together to implement regional' solid waste disposal and

brisk pace as interest mounts in the the General Election "in November, recycling programs.
presidential race between George Bush Bradford County still turns" : out better The Sun criticizes the site at Ellerbee'Curve 1 Bob Martinez Governor'Sept.
.
wetlands. The Suwannee 27 1988 State of Florida
;, and Michael DOkakis., With one debate than the national average to record its River as being Water near Management District has'" ,

;,' already under the wire, and one more to; choice for President and Vice Presi. reviewed the site,and has judged this site'as

j :r go, voter Interest,is bound to increase,, dent. 'Although the current race for the being superior to all the landfill sites

Bradford voters turned out 70 percent ,White House has been somewhat below now in use in the tri-county area. The soil
and the underlying impervious
texture
strong in the First Primary, September' par excitement, interest should pickup strata are such that leakage, should it occur :
,
'6, and are expected to do about the same following the debates.' would not penetrate to deep ';

in the October Second Primary due to ,Bradford voters- 'don't spoil your underground acquirers that supply water ,,..Forestry in, Bradford, CountyTIMBER

hotly contested runoff''' races'' for the record. Go to the polls on October 4 and 'to would a wide be confined area of to shallow Florida,surface but leakage water '

Sheriff's office, and two County'' Com- November 8 and help![ keep that voting. tables, and would remain localized. Thus -The InvestmentThat

mission,seats. This is more than double average, at 70 percent ,or better4 cleanup would be facilitated,- and costs Keeps GROWing!

,would be minimized, .d ';
I r. Newspapers and magazines'carry retirement Is the physical growth of the
The tri-county group has Journeyed to stories almost daily about changes occurr- timber. Timber Is i a unique investment
Needed for More Denutics'SE Resident Cherokee,Iowa to investigate the feasibili ing in the financial markets. A slow growth that grows in wood volume and through ,
I, Support SaysDear ty of a recycling system that claims to be economy has had good results on the Inflation timber prices and is not taxable until it is
able to recycle 80 percent or more of rate and to some extent the stock harvested. Growth, with good manage-
Editor:. wastes. Alachua County could well investigate market. One of the'' most significant ment, can be 6 to 9% per year regardless
Sheriff Dolph Reddish has come up through the ranks in law enforcement" from jailer to' the practicability of this system' changes in recent years is the explosive ,of the state of the economy
,
'deputy to sheriff.:He has specialized in training in, law enforcement. including the FBI which produces fuel pellets with a higher\ growth of retirement funds. Estimatesplace If you have Idle
,Academy. BTU content than coal.' The coal fired, the amount of these funds at $800 or non-productive land
:. 1,1 generator at Hague;in'Alachua County, billion to $1 trillion, and growing annually and It is not in pine trees, you are missing
Sheriff Reddish has demonstrated outstanding management ability and an above average' cheaper fuel by 10 to 15%.. an opportunity to have additional money,,
could some
record Of accomplishments with less than the number of deputies. that he should have, as use during your retirement years or as a r
u' compared to other counties* Most of us don't care beans about what's means to send your.children to college.
Alachua County, because of its greater happening on some street In New,York. Now, with the Free
with and"Alachua Seedling Program,
The following statistics show how his record Clay Counties:,
a compares population,would have had virtual control But, we should all plan for our children'scoUege 'sponsored by local timber companies, lan
ci Alachua County population 195,000,170: deputies, one'deputy each for 1,140 people, ,a 25 over the governing board of the based and our own spending money dur- downers can put trees in the ground :with
percent crime clearance rate. entity since membership was to be ing retirement.Why not take a few dollars very little expense.

i+ Clay County population 99,000,91 deputies,one deput11 r each 1,088 people, ,a 30 percent ( i, on population, and the host county, ,and a few acres and invest in timber Any landowner In' Bradford and Union
crime clearnace rate. Alachua, was to receive $1 per ton surer Why la timberland such an attractive investment County who signs up can qualify for up to
from all wastes received from out
i -Bradford County:population 26,000.,. eight. deputies, one deputy for each 3,250; people,a of charge the county. Thus, ,,12 other counties projected?Bradford's return timberland in the will of provide 5 to 80 acres of free seedlings. Contact your''
range county forester before the funds
soon,
lrj 31.4 crime clearance rate. Alachua's 'wap', are
t would be subsidizing ", j 10%; that 1I. S to 10% above inflation.This gone,for more Information. If a landowner'
Sheriff Reddish has eight full time, two part time and two auxiliary deputies to cover approximately disposal. compares with returns on stocks of about 6 has an Idle field or pasture, plants his own
SS 320 square miles., From January I, 1988 until August 31, 1988, the Sheriffs ,percent and on real estate-of 4 to 5%. land with free seedlings, then his return on
Department logged the following record: 3,217 complaints, 463 arrests, 4,000 civil papers 'The Sun suggests that reven a can be which 'i this timberland almost doubles to -
J served 450 felony cases worked as result of complaints,and 250 misdemeanor cases workedas gained from burying garbage Jn a landfill One of the major timberland benefits makes'an 12 to 15%., approximately '
Investment In attractive for
i result of complaints. and recycling will cost mon!!!.The reverseis

!'' .i I, The national clearance rate of crime' is 20.9 percent., Bradford County's, clearance rate.. Is recycling true. LandflUing generates revenue costs, money from sellingthe and
31.4 .
percent,
recyclables.
In spite of one-third the force that he should have, Sheriff Reddish has a better performance -
-,. record than the adjoining counties. < Alachua County has spent'some $10 ili'MCt I :
\ It the record that must spend all their time on constant i ttp:4
demand from performance deputies million developing a landfill that has a life .:
f \ with no time for just patrolling! areas, which seems to be what is expected from expectancy of only seven years. If recycling ] > u
the communities in order to provide deterrent law enforcement I, could extend that life even one
The shortage of deputies is due to the County Commission's failure to provide the funding wouldn't that save more than $1 million'f C>lrlo lOt o.MKMnON-JOHN M.:MUIIPubfelMd
/ .',, .. to meet the needs as requested by Sheriff Reddish How then can recycling lose revenue?. I ,---.
I ''The citizens of Bradford County should insist thai our county government 'provide a och Thundery and nf".d on Second Clogs Matter al
i. Reddish the Port Office at stark.\ ,Florida,undw Act of Mach 3. 1879.niemM .
and >to
budget adequate to fund the sheriff office at the average level vud keep Dolph 'The Sun editorial states "..spreading
) ,;!. as sheriff to manage that, department\ Harold Hill Melrose the costs over wider area is, certainly due -* FtorfdoSut a*:>Kon Rot.h Trod Ana 1 1400 pw yean M 00*x month" ,
this f Q.Draww Aj Wo* o ititw Trod Aw* tISOOpw y.ar.IS SO ire month!.
consideration. For.two years was
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Dukes-Hicks MarriedIn

flocial

;: Aug. .20 CeremonyMiss ,;

..IIJ 'f, % ide of the news ;

Saundra Lynne Dukes miniature bride and groom, served I ... '.
'II'.ddI. C.b N. 9uelal E1e
daughter of Mr. & Mrs. John Dukesof ,by Mr & Mrs. Richard Little 4 xiI, Re..pd_. QillPeh N.w. Birth.
Starke,"and Russell Troy Hicks; Punch tables were tended by Gertrude
Laguce, Michelle Parker,Bar -' "
son of Mr. & Mrs.' Milton Hicks of
Starke, were united in marriageSaturday bara Brown and Betty Green aunt Futch Family
Aug. 20 at 7 p.m. of the bride),
Performing the candlelight The bride's table was covered witha Has Reunion
ceremony at First United Methodist lace cloth over satin white skirt,
Church was Rev. Dwight McQueen. accented with sprigs of garlands,
Nuptial music was provided by pink bows and votive cancles. The The family of the late Mrs. RH.
organist Christi! Johns, pianist, three-tiered wedding cake was top- Futch gathered Sunday Sept. 25 at
M Lavon Drives and vocalist Sandra ped by a lighted china bride and j the LWCI Training Facility for a
Bowen. groom, accented with two staircases'' reunion.
Given 'in marriage by her father holding five bridesmaids and Mrs. Futch was a lifelong Brad-
the bride wore a beautiful gown of'' ushers. Centering the cake was. a ford County resident who' brought
silk organza featuring a high lighted fountain of the bride's chosen great joy and happiness to her family.
neckline accented by teardrop color. The >cake was prepared by Widowed at an early age, Mrs
a pearls. The bodice was embellishedwith served by Ms,. Judy Dukes. aunt of Futch had to work very hard to raise'
sequins and seed pearls the bride. her large family consisting of twelve
f highlighted by. alencon lace. Her Entertainment for dancing and en' children. She died at the age of 100 in
long straight sleeves had lace and joyment was provided by T-Birds of 1986. Her absence was very evidentat
pearls falling softly to a point on the Baymeadows After dancing and en this reunion because all previous
hand. The back of the gown was accented depargtedhfor guests the couple Rev,Clifford Honeyeutt ''reunions were celebrations of her
their honeymoon, in birthday.
w s by a bow of organza. Her full
Daytona Beach! Among the'102' at
guests present
skirt had flowres encirclingthe
organza
entire semi-cathedral train. The bride is a 1966 graduate of fevvaPlanned/ / the reunion were her seven survive
BHS and is employed by Community ing Pauley
The bridal veil was a crown of lace childrenMargaret
.State Bank of StarKe. At Pauline DeVore, Mabel McClellan
with teardrops of seed pearls and see LawteyFirst
quins. The back was accented with apouff The groom Is a 1987 graduate of Ola Starling and Elnora Pruitt all of
The full illusion veil fell softly BHS and is"currently employed by' Lawtey, Lois Blevin of Lenox. Ga.,
Baptist Church of Lawtey'will
Florida Correctional Institution. and Gladys Pringle of Sanford. At-
to fingertip length. Her only jewelrywas
The newlyweds reside'in have a revival from Oct. 2.7; other'
now tending families of four
a pair of pearl earrings, a gift, '
Starke. 7:30: nightly. Evangelist will be Rev. children were Guy' Futch, Daisy
from the
groom. Clifford Honeycutt, pastor of Land- Starling, Everette Futch, and Essie
The bride carried a European mark Baptist Church in Charlotte .
Rosier.A
cascade styled bouquet of white silk N.C. He has been in the ministry for
dinner the
lovely was enjoyed by
roses, lily of the stephanotis the
past 38 years.
children grandchildren, great
and stargazer,accented with spraysof B0ne//fS/ng/ / Set Special music will provided each grandchildren, and'great-great
holland ivy. Completing the bou- ,
night. A fellowship dinner will be
For Curtis/ grandchildren of this lovely lady.
bow and of ir- Brittany
quet was a streamers served Sunday, Oct. 2 at 1. p.m.,
ridescent ribbon. A Benefit; Sing to help save the life following the morning worship hour.
Maid of honor was Lisa Paladino, of little Brittany Curtis will be held All friends of the church are invited
sister of the bride, who was attired Saturday, ; Oct. 8 at 7 p.m. to come and have dinner. Rev
J Mr'& Mr*.Troy Hicks" in a cerise satin floor-length gown'' ,Bluegrass and gospel music: will Grayson 'McNeiU], Pastor,. Invites
with puffy sleeves and scoop be provided by'The Sullivans and everyone, to. come and enjoy, this,
.neckline. She carried a cascade bouquet others, at the Hampton City Park A Revival. '
of silk stephanotis stargazer, ,donation of$3 will cover the dinner (rn@lliIn; @lliInm@)

fresia, pink alstromeria lilies and with all proceeds going to the infant BHS'Alumni Assn
pink bellcup, The bouquet was accented Brittany Curtis Liver Transplant : Sunday, 'October 2
with, holland ivy and picot ," Meets Monthly'The
Announcing .........,.......... ........... ribbon. I Fund. ':Morgan, Rd. Baptist
Bradford high School Aluium,,, ,
Attired similar to the maid of
Andrew Walsh Wells Sierra Louise Sapp met Monday night, Sept. 19 at: lilt,
honor, the other bridal''attendants'
(Dinner at 1 p.mQ
s1' yo Bradford Family Restaurant; 4 wild 1
:,. Mr. and Mrs. Richard O. Wells'of Glenn and Pam Sapp 'of Lawtey were Tiffany Little Carolyn Mcln- I 22 members These 22-
',', Starke announce the birth of a song, announce the birth of a daughter, tyre, Bridget' Underhill, and Brenda GospelSing, / members represented present eight flashes, 11 '
Following a.m.
Andrew Walsh, born Aug. 21 in' Croft. ,. ,
Sierra Louise, born 'Sept. 16' in' from 1933 to 1980.
Gainesville .He joins one brother" Gainesville, She joins one brother, Milton Hicks,father of the groom October];Jsf t ranging Danny Hildebran, Alumni'p\\.!'"r- 'Worship Services ,;
Stephen Michael. 'was best man. Ushers were Stacy' The Church of God' of Prophecy,, dent, introduced BHS Principal I
Maternal grandparents are David J.R.Maternal grandparents are Lester Bowen,Bobby Adams, Jamie Bowen. Inc. will be having a gospel' sing'SaturdayOct. Charles Francis,.'who( commendedthe Guest Singers:' ;,
and Susan Bonham of Orlando.' 'and Louise Austin Great' and Robbie McGee' ". .", I 1 at 7:30,.featured ; alumni for their activities! and ,Penny, Dean j
Great-grandparents are 'Edwardand grandparents are Eugene and Avie Flower girl was Leigh Johns; the, singers will be King Kids from,: Lake reminisced about his years in Starkpi\ /
Virginia Williams of Hingham, Austin,, all of Lawtey. : bride's ,cousin, wearing a' floor City." .; and his work in the school system. Dewberry of KeystoneHeights ,
Mass;,' and .Mary'' Bonham' of Paternal grandparents' J.S. length cerise gown similar to the' There 'Will'also be, a threenightmeeting The next alumni meeting -will he :'.
Sarasota. and Wanda Sapp of Lawtey.i.Great-i bridal attendants.' Jarrod Dukes was Oct. 3, 4, 5,with Evangelist Monday Of Paternal grandparents are Orian grandparents are 'Theodore and ring bearer' Linda Kay, Johns Judy Mills. Pastor W.T, Laney Western Steer Steakhouse.. EVERYONE WELCOMEI!
,& Donna Wells of Starke and Bill &\ 1 Ruby Rosier of. Raiford.Constitution .. directed the wedding.' : .welcomes everyone. All BHS graduates and friends are' .Pastor Don White .
Mary Phillips'of Palatka..: Great .. Centering the altar'in the church welcome...Their. goal iSto, haw all Church at CR 233rStarke
is Ida Lea Walsh Wells''' sunburst ,of
grandmother was a arrangement classes '
represented, .
of. St. Augustine. stargazer, white gladiolas and star-' ii
',( burst chrysanthemums, flanked on .
.' 'F.; either side with spiral of burning' .,.'. ,, ', 'h }. :
a '
,
,; \/" ', :;y ,'i \
) J.. Brooker BaptistHomecoming Week ,' ,tapers. In the upper front corners of I'', ) :'.,' "",{: ,: :.::" ,:y.,..: INTRODUCING! ..j.jt }

: Oct. 9 Celebrated by,UDC the alter were spiral candelabrawith .

Brooker Baptist Church Niii'1N'' Mrs, Henry Williams,-Mrs. W.J throughout burning'with areca tapers'accepted palms. '-t '
,'i having a homecoming celebration Frick Mrs. Herbert Thomas all ol' On the lower part of the altar were' The ','f'I
on',October 9, with-dinner m |!ln* Starke and Mrs. David Taber Jr., two tier candelabras with burning 'r rj rx
i ground. Bro. Charlie Grev ',' ''and Mrs. 'J.D. Henderson. of deco atell with sunburst
', tapers .
I/Il .. Pastor/Speaker 'Keystone Heights attended the Constitution -: sprays of stargazer, white gladiolas !

i'JIU'',,1tY. ''.cip9 ref "tig.wii at': \ wUY.Heart,. "?iisaojutY"">>:'"' ......,11I. SHeratotf-Si.'Week"lundwon"'at.'the'Jo' Hi'Kt.jaclt'l > olivHW ateca ap"'lti1rb.U'Schryli"' \ palms.On .\ ,. \ht\lIllI ."II" td .I" LIQUIDITY//k1- rvl'

Young on Wednesday, Sept 21. either side of the doors leading
f.: Meets Oct. 6 The luncheon was hosted by the into the sanctuary were two high arrangements

r:: The at Heart of the First Regents Council of North Fla. of rose-colored crepe' Account "
ti ,i Young National of
of the Society miniature carnations,
Chapters myrtle pink ::
; Baptist .Church will have their: Revolu
meeting Thursday, Daughters of the American pink gladiolas, and'starburSt.
regular monthly tion. Mrs. Taber Mrs. Henderson chrysanthemums. .
Oct. 6 with a covered dish lunch al Thomas attended the Fall"
and Mrs. Immediately following', the'ceremony
'
'noon in the fellowship hall. Forum of the NSDAR Held at the guests were invited into
.\ "Poke McHenry" (Times Whim Belleview Biltmore Hotel in Clear the Woman's Club for the reception-
columnist Vie Smith) will be guest',
water on Sept. 23-24 representing the, Linda Hicks greeted guests upon %'
,. '
"Be sureand bring
covered speaker. .dish and join In' the-a. ,Col. Samuel Elbert Chapter NSDAR. their arrival.: 7.08 0 6.86 .
,bride's' book table
The was
on a
; ; fellowship, lunch, and hear a great' covered with an arrangement of : :
"I :;speaker! tube roses mini-carnations and ,:

"! s.arburst chrysanthemums accented "
''l Elbert Chapter' with a votive cup with burn $75.000 or more $75.000 or more, .. ;

.; Meeting Oct., 3 PHOTOGRAPHYBy ,ing candle, and.was tended by. Marty .',' ,Annual Percentage Yield Rate Compounded Monthly/! i iI"
Underwood. '
The Col. Samuel Elbert Chapter of'' Cathy:Wooley Floral arrangements and areca :.,,:"., : : \
,.1. the NSDAR will meet at the home of 964-4151 '964-6066 palms accented the reception area. ":',\.", \\01"6:83'. % .( .580,0' ," \ .:Prt: rt
,. :
Satin birdseed roses were passed out \
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Mrs. J.D. Hen erson,Jr., on Forest \ "I''
..:' All Weddings, Engagements, by Miss Lee Johns and Leslie PulW ,)\' ;.:;''I'i, '. '$50.00Q'$74.QQQ. $ZS.OOO.$49 Q9 : 4 ; .", "
Street Ir'.Jlji
in Keystone Heights. '" ,
z members are urged!to attend Mon-' Anniversaries, ,ling.Th .""\".c"\,":'.'"1',')'.I'' I '": Annual I,,Percentage' Yield "Anmi. tl 1 f'()rCCllIdQe'i' Yield, ', "..,""\'...),' ','",' ,, ": \ ." ,.
'day, Oct. 3 at 2 p.m., at this first fall ,Call for Free Consultation groom's cake was a chocolate ,' :;\ .;. ': I',' ,: ': I
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and bring a prospective butter cake decorated> ,with 'a \: '" 6'6"2. 0/' ": '
meeting ;,,;'; .. 6.39' .

.member.... ", ,\ r II:r'l' ,, $<,0000.$74.Q'99 $>,<'.000.$4999Q" \ :', ,'"" ,
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:,; f will open : ', ''' ., It look'tp.5 the account' that offers complete liquidity! plus a whole list of added,advantages',> 'r >: -
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--- Sealed Bids on ,Oct. 1 1988at LIQUIDITVp.lt--: .,.EXTRA INTEREST A minimum balance of? $25.000 earns premium interest rates '1 1r I Ir

r r-, like these.Now you can earn rates that compete with leading CDs without committing ,

'). the, City of Starke, City ''Hall, ,,', your! funds for any term.And as your balance,grows so can your interest rated;; :, I',

LIQUIDITY/. ::; } ( >"-,.i':RATES THAT MOVE WITH THE MARKET;Ever wish you could have an account i 1

at'' the Regular that kept pace with changing interest rates on a daily basis Now you can. With
: ( rate will betted to the Federal..Funds
Florida Federal's Liquidity {plus Account your Interest ,
;' City Commission meeting Rate a leading market indicator so rates can change daily! '1

LIQUIDlTY( ll1--,..SECURITY: Your Liquidity Plus Account Is insured up t6>$llx ioo by the FSUC.:', ,. ', r

on the following items that :' backed by the full faith and credit of the p.S. Government.' ,No money market mutual,

.'. :, ,. fund can make that statement. .'
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I t-. have been declared surplus' by' LKJUibiT 1 : /i f'" *..,ACCESSIBILITY Make unlimited deposits and withdrawals" at any Florida Federal ;
'" >' > office. Write up to three checks per month from your Liquidity Plus Account. Or get' '1

,.... the City of; Starke. /" .. cash from your account 24 hours a day..seven days!a week at over J5PPublix Tellers'

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.. ,,./ : 1., ;1969 Dodge'Pickup with .titility'body(not running) ,Bid '#1 '. ,' .'. Liquidity more Plus Account, call or visit your local branch office/listed below. f

': *., 2. ,30 K.W. .Generator .'. ;Bid.2', ,, 1

,' ,:;\': 3., .Brake.Rivet Machine (Broke.) : Bid #3' I -=- ,

rH+:. '4., Gas Analyser' > Bid #4' Florida FederalRates I .. '

5.. 1978 Ford BucketTruck (Runs Good)) : Bid #5' ,, .

:': : :6. '1977 AMC Hornet Sedan (Not Available' til Oct. 1988)) Bid #6 art subject to change daffy.: Rates are far date liuticated., ,

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It 220 Main Street Newberry ,
Reserves the Right to Accept"or'ReJect All,Bids., Item .'.{", .' '
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Bradford VFW Installs/ Officers/ School Mehus

The Bradford Memorial VFW Post mander Wayne Troiano. The 'Oct. 3-7 ,
1018 held institution and Installation ceremonies were preceded with a '
meeting on Sept. 22. covered dish dinner enjoyed by ap- Bradford Elem.&Middle School','1, '::,, Dollie & Carl's Junction
The following officers were InStalled proximately 100 people who attended Monday I Cheese toast,trench fries,green beans, ,
: Commander David Barber, Sr. including, members, supportersand coconut cake. ,milk
Vice Commander Joseph Daniels visitors. Tmtdajrt Chicken nuggets baked beans. cabbage
dates have slaw peaches. ,cinnamon roll milk. Sandwich & Game Room
Jr. Vice ,Commander Tony Piom- Our regular meeting Wednesdayr Spaghetti w/meat sauce, cheese'
bino. Quartermaster David Huber been set for the first Tuesday and garden.salad apple crisp,hot rolls,milkTkartdayi .
Chaplain Cecil Wheeler,. Surgeon third Thursday of every month.The Macaroni 4. cheese' bologna cup '
Martin Smith Post Advocate David next meeting will be Oct.4 at 7 p.m. mixed rrldeyi vegetables feacber,,mil cup hot,rolls milk. 301 ,South Lawtey 782-3345
Planning\Pay
Binnion, 3Yr. Trustee William In the Civil Defense Building
Browning, 2Yr. Trustee Dwery In- VFW Post 1018 wishes to thank the Bradford High School. (Next to Starling's Florist)
goe, 1-Yr.Trustee John Klght.Ceremortles Woman's Club and all the people Monday i Hamburger gravy,mashed potatoes: .
that have shown their support. We turnip greens,cornbread,strawberry shortcake, '
conducted also appreciate the people of Brad .milkTeesdey. ; ;(r=' ;\ '
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were by '
t Whaler and bun trench Dries cabbageslaw
State Commander James Carlisle, ford County and surrounding areas ,yellow cake with chocolate Icing,milk. : vN w Open : 7 Days A Weeks
assisted by State Quartermaster who continue to support us in our ,Wedneidsyi Tacoa w/beef*. cheese' ,lettuce*. ,
tomato, ..
buttered corn apple crisp milk ,. .
George Kelley and District Com- programs.By { .. I .
Thursday Spaghetti w/maal..u. cheese stir) ,
,green Fridays beans Teacher,fruit Planning cup biscuits Day,.milk. o ,,'1 ,' '' t.. ," ,11. "" .a.nnu-11'" '*.',.*-' V '. .!>.?"> ":p.rnu.. : ',' ..,.. ,
Hampton Hllltes Dolores Meng AlaCarteMonday .
Phone 488-1915 Corndogs, hamburgers. ,, french fries,
Saturday Jamboree... term were President Sallye Scog- Tuesday milkshakes Cheeseburgers, pizza, french fries. r
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scheduled The Hampton for Saturday Jamboree,Oct. 1 begin-is gins Vice President Nancy Genest, Wednesday milkshakes! ,Pizza, hamburgers, Corndogs. .I.I' 1Removeable
and .
Tonya Hodges ,
Secretary french fries milkshakesThursday
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Good food and fine
ning will Treasurer Connie!Muse. : ) ,Hamburgers,, pizza, french fries, ,
music available for all to en- milkshakesrrMayt
joy at the Hampton; City Park, plus.milkshakes Corndogs hamburgers. french fries, .' ,

Brittany Benefit... Carnival Plans... ,salad Each bar day or students a.la-carte have choice of a hot lunch
On Saturday,Oct.8,a benefit sing The Annual Hampton Elementary Gator Tattoos
for Brittany Curtis will take place at Carnival will take place on Friday,
,Hampton City Park at 7 p.m. The$3 Oct. 29, from 8-9 p.m.at the school.
donation will include dinner.Several The adult raffle will give prizes of a ClassifiedAds' ,. Pin Balls Pool Tables', Videos Gam. L,
music groups will be featured with 12-gauge shotgun,a 19"portable col- '
the Sul ins from Nashville,Tenn.,' or TV,and$50 cash.
headlining the show. The children's raffle will give;
All proceeds will go to the Infant prizes of one boys and one girls
Liver TransplantFund. scooter.,Only Hampton Elementary ,
.Please contact Donnie LoU at students are eligible to win.
'468-1051101'tickets or information on EXPERIENCED DEDICATED .' EFFICIENT
how yoou. can help this worthwhilecause. Get, Results! ,


''Sympathy..,
Sincere sympathy'is extended to .. '
the family and friends of Mrs. Mary ,A -
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Duke Pedrick who died Sept.18.She Sheriff
had spent the past several months ,

with Crews.,her daughter, Mrs, Vicki I V , Reddish 4 e

I fu .Sflkd 9ricd71owcrs CtI'ailrs
Visitors.... and ,His
Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie Wood of .R.uusoriu ,jourrnu.D4Jr.u; Bath Assess.(
Raleigh N.C.,left Sunday followinga Office Staff h
week's visit with her brother and Scentsatlonalll!! New Item- a
sister-in-law,Bill and Jewel Young.: Cinnamon Brooms & Wall Baskets

'Late Sept. Birthdays:.. .,. Seeing Is believing -:Wooly;wonders
,Sept.:., 19-.Joey Hall; Carolyn We now have Louisville Stoneware''

Shepherd Padgett, ;Paul 20-Ronald! Phillips Hall; 21-Kelly, L G.;, HOURS:9:30-5:30: : Mon.-Frt.. .'9:3CM.-OO" .Sass 'I. Experienced.-40'years combined experience with Bradford'

Cribbs; 23--Stacey Paladine, Sheriffs
County
Department
Samara Prevatt;25-Clarice Adkins, so w coast., A Specialty Gift Shop I
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Rosa Moreira, ''Joey Cribbs; Dedicated Doing their,Job,with a_desire to_better serve every ,
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'26-Palricia Jones; 27-Angelina Starlit JU.' 94.f47Kenwins ',
.Crews: '28-.Amber: Bickers,;p' citizen '
29-Mark Hodges. Efficient< In handling: legal and financial matters, ,

Hampton Elementary .
PTO Meeting... KEEP,THIS' TEAM
The Hampton Elementary PTO Shop;. WORKING FOR YOU' !
elected officers at their Sept 20 Ill W.Call Street Downtown Starke
,meeting. Elected; for the. ,1988-89 RE-ELECT. ,REDDISH. :' ,


9ister.sept. 8. &,9w ( \Under NcvManagement 0 "There is :no substitute, experience" .

between 4 u P.9tf., M. 4 ....;,.'. __fI ./ 1 ,- -.l.= y : M ". "ii .' ;. '( '. ..""r: ':ito '
t .RalfSP.L.tz.I. ( Vu.I"E'LuJ..JnlS i. nlesaay; Uct.'J :

.'Top Ladies& Girls pd.poL adv..Dem*
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;,Apparel

.J"4I. New Merchandise Weekly:

,t Discounts Savings In&' MAXIE 'CARTER, JR. _was a major forcein

(!64-8820 ,each balloon

2' l(DIor ,;, obtaining state 'cabinet approval of

, 1JM? Et 'Com* In ,and: Burst 'a 'Balloon H'",';;' securing 200 acres of state land, for a
, at Old Armory 'for a great discount"'on any, Item' In' the store,
Across from BHS regional (Bradford-Baker-Union) solid
964-7O98 or 964-6792' Open A Kenwins* Charge'Account Today! '

waste landfill ,site.. This may make it 1.

''REDUCE the current
to '
'Vote, ,For and ElectMitchell possible ,

a garbage' tax.

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Vote to put'the man in, office who 'is sincere, a hard- .

worker, and dedicated.' "

Vote to elect, the man who, will have all the county r.

and his districts'' interest at heart.
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Vote for and give,',this man ,a chance to ,serve you '

and give, ypu:"' the kind of;)service:' th'at'you' ',deserve., STATE CABINET.MEETING r ,ne'I'IN TALLAHASSEE SEPTEMBER 27 \
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Vote for the man' who will never put anythingahead

of his obligation 'to 'you, tax-payer.' : This WILL NOT be, a, hazardous' waste

Vote for the man whose sole desire is to serve you site.. MAXIE 'CARTER, JR. will continueto


and Vote your needs.for the man who. is best'qualified to be, your FIGHT :any effort .to..locate 'a ,

next County, Commissioner for'.the next four years in, ,hazerdous' waste. site in our' area.
District One. "

Please consider Mitchell Brown and what he Keep a Strong Leader with 12 ,years

stands for, ''and I' fully believe you ''will give ''him. your experience working for you for the future of

vote, ,and support .on October 4th. .
Bradford County: *

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Your vote and. support is Vote to keep MAXIE CARTER, JR. ,.

humbly solicited and appreciated. your County Commissioner, District 3 on October 4th
He Will Forever Be Greatfull
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for cash In the lobby at the East front ment for Ingress, egress and utilitiesover ((904)) 964-5701) September 22: 1988. ins the Bradford
door of the Bradford the described J
I County CourthouseIn following parcel; Attorney for Plaintiffs County Telegraph In Starke, Florida. '
Starke, Bradford County, Florida at Commence at a found, Iro,' pipe 2tchg 9/22.29 UDLEY P. HARDY P.A. ,'

12:50 pjn. on October 13. 1988,' the located at the Northeast corner of sold E Control 0857.' h. By John H.Jones, it;
following described property set forth In Vi and run South 1 degree, 27 minutes ; Esquire of Counsel. ..
the order of Final Judgment: and 59 seconds East along the Easterly 2tchg 9/22.29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARION ,IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Control 0856 P. O. Drawer 1030
2. Plaintiff hold a lien for the total boundary thereof 73.15 feet, tel a
NOTICE con' Starke, Florida 32O9I"'
COUNTY. FLORIDA JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR. BRAD ,;.
The morrlog. of CHARLES PATRICK ,CASE NO 87-4195-CA-C sum superior to any claim or estate of Crete monument found on the Southerly FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA ((9OA) 9601.5701
SAPP. JR. and CHERYLE LYNN BROWN defendant, ROGER GREEN and JOYCEA. boundary of '- of County for Plaintiff
FIESTA
POOLS OF OCALA. INC., CASE NO. 8T.414-CA Attorney
SAPP was officially dissolved Monday Plaintiff GREEN a/k/a JOYCE DOREMUS His Road 227 (formerly State Road, 227)); ANTHONY A. GIESEGH and \
the wife, EDWARD D. MATHIS BILLIE GENE th.nc. North 84 degrees, ,:28 .minutes
September 12, 1988. at 9:00: a.m., at v* JEAN D. GIESEGH his wife
Bok.r County Courthouse,,Judge Ttwron LARRY R. ALVAREZ and DEAN, STATE OP. FLORIDA, and BRADFORD and 27 seconds "West'', along said Plaintiffs ,
HOSPITAL INC., the following Southerly 184.20: feet to set
Yawn officiating RICHARD F. BAILEY, on boundary a V* NOTICE 6f SHERIFF'S SALE

Charles P. Sopp Jr., wa awarded .os Trustee for Stonerldge Land Trust, described property.In Bradford County, Iron rod for Point of Beginning. ROGER GREEN and JOYCE V A. GREEN, Notice ,Is h.r.blllli".n that I I. Dolph E.
Florida From Point de '
car o( their three children. : of Beginning thus .cribed a/k/a Reddish sheriff of Bradford
primary Defendants. JOYCE DOREMUS his wife es County,
All of the Contract Vend..'. right, ti|. continue 28
Charles P. Sapp Jr It not nor will b.responsible North 84 degrees 'RAY of
? NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE A. SCHWISOW and. ALICE: Florida, under and by virtue of Writ
tie end Interest In, under and to that minutes and 27 seconds West said
along
lor any debt made by .NOTICE I i. hereby given' that I I. DolphE. SCHWISOW STATE OF FLORIDA UNITED Execution to wit;
other than himself especially certain Agreement for Deed doted Southerly boundary 47,12 'feet to a c'1n.cr.t. STATES of
anyone Reddish Sheriff of Bradford County OF AMERICA. COMMUNITY: Execution Issued out Circuit Court
the following: Florida, under and by virtue of a Writ of January 2, 1986 a* recorded In Official monument set at the beginning of STATE BANK OF STARKE, BRADFORD of Bradford County Florida pursuant to,
Lynn Brown Sopp the Records Book 256 at Page 384 .t Mq of a curve concave to the South and having Final for IAHIFF
Cheryle Execution heretofore Issued out of HOSPITAL INC., and FLORIDA PEST a Judgment; JOSEPH J.
the Public Record of Bradford ,0 radius of 2992.41 feet
CheryleL. Sapp County ; thence Westerly 'AND WILLIAM and
above-entitled Court In the above- CONTROL < CHEMICAL. COMPANY., DRUM against,
Cherl L. SopCheryl styled cause, have levied upon the Florida with respect to the real property along sold Southerly boundary and PRESTON E, DRIVER d/b/o'CIRCLE' D

Lynn Brown (maiden) following property situate, lying and described therein a*: along the arc of said curve, 15.33 feet, Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE( ; RANCH, defendant, .1'1'the amount of,
Itchg 9/29 A parcel of land containing 1.07 acres, as measured along a chord having a S14.SOO.OO 1 with of collection
1. together
being In Bradford County, Florida tOo Notice Is given' that pursuant to a costs
Control 0859 wit: more or less, and lying In the East Vi of bearing of North 84 degrees 37 minutes final judgment dated .

< "" LOTS 79 and 81 'on Cypress of Crystal' NE 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Section 7, Township andd 16 seconds West to a let concretemonument fn. Case Number 87-414.CA 1 September of the 6,Circuit 1988. Have seized ond have In my posses'

NOTICE: OF INTENTION Lake Homesltes or 126578as 7 South Mange 22 East, Bradford County' ; thence South' 1 degree, 22 Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit In and .loq/ the' following described personal
TO REGISTER Florida: sold parcel being a portion of minutes ond 43 seconds East property to-wit
the property of the abovenameaDefendant for Bradford, County, Florida In which ;
the land described In O.R.B. 197, Page (hereinafter referred 'to A). .
FICTITIOUS( NAME as course 16 horses
and that on the 10th day of Anthony A, Giesegh and Jean D.Giesegh .
Section' 865.09, Florida 312 of the public.records of sold county 617,40 feet to a set concrete monument: .21 bridles
Pursuant ..
to October, 1988 Monday, at two o'clock described thence South and his .f.(or. the Plaintiffs, and '
and 6
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the ((2:00)) P.M. on said day on the premisesof being more particularly 59 degrees 02 minutes Roger Green ond Joyce A.Green of Ii/'a .6 saddles '
undersigned Iroln Bruwnlng and Gerald the Bradford County Sheriff's oft Ic.. I a* follow: seconds West; (hereinafter' referredto Joyc. Doremus Roy A Schwlsow'and' : 35 blankets
Commence at an Iron pipe found at at course B), 454.42 feet to a set Iron .1 breast ',
band
Stork., Fla.
Blankenshlp Rt. 4. Box 460, will offer for sale' and a.llio the highest Alice Schwliowi; !State of Florida \United '
the Northeast of sold E Vi and run rod; thence South 83 degrees 57 .
( 32091: joint owners,, doing business bidder for cash In, hand the obove- corner Stales of America Community State' 29 hollers '
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South 1 27 minute and 59 minutes and seconds East,2.00 feet '
under the firm of B and B Air Conditioning degree to 12 lead ropes ,
name described property, as the property of( Bank of Starke, Bradford Hospital, ln seconds East the Easterly boundary an iroon rod set at th. of ? .
along beginning <
Intends a box miscellaneous sllrrUps, strops
Heating Refrigeration the said Defendant to satisfy said execution 'and Florida Pest'' Control & Chemical'
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thereof 7J.I5 feet to a concr.tCmonument curve of a cul-de-sac concave to the Northwest bits .
to register said fictitious nom.und.r Sale will be subject to Company the Defendants,
any existing are I will sell
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found the Southerly boundary and radius of 50.00 feet, 1
the aforesaid statute.Dated liens. r on having a the portable building approx. .10'
to highest and best bidder forco.h In
of the right-of-way of County Rood (the center of said cul-d -soc being .r horse trailer Bonanza, beigebrownAs
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of
this 20th day September DOLPH E.REDDISH the lobby at the East: front door 61 the''
227 ( State Road 227)) thence located 50.00 f..t of last said
formerly ; Easterly the property of the above nam.d
\1988 In Bradford County. SHERIFF OF BRADFORD Bradford Courthouse Starke
County in
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I 9/29 4tpd 10/20 ,COUNTY, FLORIDA. North 84 degrees, 28 minutes and 27 ''Iron rod along an Easterly prolongationof 'Bradford 12 defendant and that on Monday the 24th
County Florida at A5
Control 0860 Control 0843 second West along Sold 'Southerly the last described course); thence run October '3.j 1988, the p.m. 1 day of October, 1988 at two o'clock on
.on following
boundary 231.32 feet to a concrete In a counterclockwise direction along Said day on the premises of the Bradford
4tchg 915106IN described forth In ,
\ set the order
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO monument ''set at the beginning of a the arc of said cul-de-oc through a central 'of final property County Jail I will offer for sole and sell,
REGISTER curve concave to the South and having a angle ol,258 degrees, 27 minutes (judgment: ,to the highest bidder for cash In hand,
2. hold lien lath. total'
plaintiffs
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NAME.Pur.ua't radius of 2992.41 feet; thence Westerly and 47 seconds an arc distance of 225.55 a the above described property of sold
FICTITIOUS Florida 'THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH along said Southerly boundary and feet to on Iron rod set at the end of last sum superior1 to any claim or estate of 'defendant to' satisfy the aforesaid Ex
to' Section 865.09, defendants ROGER GREEN and
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD along the arc of said curve, 15.33 feet, said curve (said Iron rod being 62.00 le.tEo.t.rly JOYCEA. ecMtion .
that the
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Statutes notice Is hereby given FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA GREEN, a/k/a JOYCE DOREMUS, his
measured chord having a of aforesaid B when Dolph E. Reddish,
along a course
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and Rose L.Rewokt a* :
undersigned Paul R. Rework CASE NO: 87.416CAANTHONV' 'wife, RAY A. SCHWISOW and ALICE
of North 84 degrees, 37 minutesand Sheriff of Bradford
718 W. Market Road Starke, A.. GIESEGH and bearing SCHWISOW. STATE OF FLORIDA.'UNITEDSTATES '
16 second West; to a set concr.t.monum.nt' measured at right angles th.r.from'); County. Florida''
Florida 32091: joint owners, doing JEAN D. GIESEGH his wife.Plaintiffs OF AMERICA. COMMUNITYSTATE
business under the firm name of Bradford ; thence South 1 degree, 22 thence North 6 degrees, 02 minutes and ,BANK OF STARKE BRADFORD Control 0863
and 43 seconds East 304.90 feet aforesaid 9/29 4ichg tO/20'
minute 59 seconds East parallel with
Home Security 718 w. Mark.tRood. vs HOSPITAL INC.. and FLORIDA PEST ............ ..
to an Iron rod >et at the Point of Beginn. course B, 409.38 feet to a set Iron rod; --- --- -, -
.Starke, Fla. 32091', Intends to GREEN
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ROGEK and JOYCE A. GREEN, 'CONTROL a CHEMICAL COMPANY, Onthe
Ing. thence North 22 minutes and
( said' fictitious under thealor.aald degree .
name
,, register a/k/a JOYCE DOREMUS his wife From point of beginning thus described 43 seconds W.at with aforesaid following described property In
parallel
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statute EDWARD D.MATHIS, BILLIE GENE DEAN ,Bradford County Florida:
South 1 ,22 minutes
continue degree A613.95/( feet to the Point of
course
Dated this 22nd day of September,
STATE OF FLORIDA and 'BRADFORD .and 43 second East 312.50 feet to a set Beginning. All of th. Contract Vendee's rights, title '
1988: In Bradford County. HOSPITAL). INC. monument thence South 87 and Interest-In, ,under ond to that Tina c
9/29 4tpd 1020Control concrete ; ALSO: 1984 Liberty Mobile Home Bearing
0861 Defendants.NOTICE OF degrees, 56 minutes and 06 seconds, Serial No. I Ol I 66043 now being certain Agreement for Deed dated @
SALE 2, 1986 recorded Official
In Salon
January os
West' JSO.OO feet to a concrete monument financed through G.E. Credit .5 Beauty
1. Notice I I. given that pursuant to a set at the Southeast corner of a' DATED September 16, 1988.GILBERT. Records Book 256 at Page 390, tt seq of

STARKE final Judgment dated September 6, 1988, parcel described 'In O.R.B. 171, page 436 S. BROWN 1'the Public Records of Bradford County)
of said public records; thence North 1 Clerk of Circuit Court .
'
,CHURCH OF GOD Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit In and :degree,. 22 minutes and '43 seconds Publication, of this notice described therein as) Haircuts.$6.ooiPermi
for Bradford County Florida In which 0'1'' Lot 8 and 9, Block C.:Blending Subdivl-, "
CLAIR 964-5445 the boundary
422 N. ST. West, along Easterly September 22, 1988 In the Bradford
A,, 'GI..egh and fv Jean D. lion, according to flat thereof recorded''
Anthony ,
said parcel' (O.R.B. 171. page 436)). a County Telegraph In Stork., Florida. l Wave25.
Pastor
John Spratlln Glesegh. his wife;ore the Plaintiffs and distance of 312.50 feet to a set iron rod; DUDLEY p, HARDY, P.A! In the Public Record. of Bradford Courjty, ,
'l We Invite you to worship with \la.' Roger Green and Joyce A.Green, a/k/a thence North 87 degrees minutest John H. Jones,, Florida.

Attended nurserySunday ,Joyce Doremus, Edward D. Mathls, Billle and 06 seconds East.150.00 feet.to the Esquire of Counsel OATEOSeptembe',161988., ; 964-2864

School ,...?,. 10am Gene Dean State of Florida, and Bradford ,Point of Beginning. P.O.. Drawer 1030 Gilbert Si: Brown
'..... 11am Hospital Inc., are the Defendants. I Clerk of Circuit Court 112'
Morning Worship ,, THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL being Stork., Fl, 32091 3 miles out 301 N.
Evening Service -..,...>, 6pm will sell to the highest and .best bidder conveyed with! a right of use to on ease-, Publication! of this ;notice on
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PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL : : ::4O&! ,,,',.\ I:,"D 1tI't.i ,, ,,:J/; :, ;' ,' '".. ," '

AMENDMENTS" BE VOTED ON 4&V\ ;' ;h'\" ,',"" '" : _,, ;:. ,"E!, &tT{ : { ;?{\ j, ;' ;. "

",.', NOVEMBER 8 1988 ," ". : ]{ ; : ,'. ; ',, CONSTITUTIONAL, M- ';;'( ; :'': ''
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"II'1\;:,.. """ i 1.\i"' : NOTICE tF) ELECTION _'' ; '-0 ''" AND' 6' ,' I ,.

:"", \: ',,: ,, I, jna ( SMITH Secretary of SlAte of the State of Florida, do hereby give ) ,

, notice thai an election will be held In each county In Florida, on Novmcber 8,< '

. ,'.' 1988, for the ratification or rejection''of proposed amendments to the,, ;':V'; ""' ', ARTICLE II

j:;>": ",., |, Constitution of the State of Florida; ,;' < '"> :';'/-I>' ;' '<, ', '. GENERAL PROVISIONS;

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',,1'(',', : < -S'jvV\' :: ', NO ., 1 l ;?' Ii', ": .SECTION J. Public orriu.1 ."

,;, v.iv, ,I :, >7>' ,' v'1': H, ", ''C.< ) ''No prior holding any office of emolument under any foreign .
" office of emolument under the United states orj' I
government, or civil j
tbNSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT" >
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any other state. shall hold any office of honor or of emolument under ." ... \ .
ARTICLE III SECTION'' 17 the government of this stste. No person shall hold at the same time /,; I 'I '.'.,
,, more than one office under the government of the state and the f" : J. '
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I a counties and municipalities; therein.xc, .pt that a notary public ort ;\ : ,",
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t :ARTICLE IIILEGISLATURE military hold another office, and ,"yoff c.. may be a .. ', :;". ... "
constitution 1'
member of a revision commission taxation and budge t fI. \\:' :

"( SECTION 17. Impeachment." ". having reform only commission. v sort''powers., constitutional convent ion.Tor statutory, .. bod; ,. I'". ".. ": &. ..1

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, t'' l a )' The governor lieutenant governor* members of the _..Ln.., 'Cbl( ) Each state and county officer before entering upon the ; ,
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" justices of the supreme court judges of district courts of appeal duties of the office, shall give bond as required by'' law and shall _': 110.-.I ,,
'and judges of circuit court and :judges of county court. .h.H be ,4,
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i .sw.a or .affirmi" ,',
11*'Sit to impeachment. for misdemeanor in office Th. house 'of ., .,:.",.'ij" ,, "'i''"

j Ii. representatives by two-third' vote shall have the power to impeach an "t do (or affirm) that I wlll.support, protect, and, . i officer Th. speaker of the house of representative shall have defend the Constitution and Govrns.ntof the United 'S .t.. and of ':....,:'
''f Dover at any time to appoint a committee to investigate chargesagainst the, State of florldar that I am duly qualified' hold office under
/ any officer subject, to impeachment. well and faithfully -
' the Constitution Of the statei and that I will
I"! perform the duties of (title of office) *, on which lea, now about
' (b) An officer impeached by the houa..ofrepr.seheatives shall ,be'disqualified to enter. .So help me'God'-f Handy Way Employees Honored... '
,}\ from performing' any.official duties. until acquitted by '
i I'. the senator and unless the governor is impeached he may by Miller Enterprises Inc., honored (3 employee for a combined total) of '

i:' appointment fill} the uffice until ''completion', the ,tritl.c end thereafter shall devote personal attention the dubs the 'Sll yean of service during an awards banquet held recently .! ,', ,

'o[Cite, and continue In office until his'' successor qualifiese Among those honored were' four employees from Bradford County.From :, :,. (: "
'" < > All impeachments 'by the house of representatives shall b. left to right ares Manie Jenkins IS years;, Edna Tralnor, B years} },:-i;),;,/' I' ,
tried by the senate. The chief[ justice ,of the supreme court, or' ( ')) ''The powers, duties* compensation and method of. payment of' Clarence Lee. it yean and Margaret Smith S years. ,\ .
another justice designated by him) shall pre.ide'It the trials except at.t..neS county officers shall be fixed, by law MUler Enterprises operates 140 Handy Way Food Stores and It Millers ,, '
in a' trial of the chief Just ice, -in which case the governor ''Shall ( '
The senate shall determine the time lot the ,trial of any ARTICLE XI ,Supermarkets In Florida
' lapeaChment and sit: for the' ttial.., whether the house of '
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fixed trial shallnot ... .. .
representatives be Sn'ses.ion'or' not The time for : -'-- ,
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''i'' impeachment trial senators shall be 'upon their oathor affirmation. ,
'wo officer shall be convicted-without the concurrence of two>triltds ,(i) within' thirty days1 after the adjournment ''of ''the regula ", "

\0"th.. members' of, the ,Senate present 'Judgment of con"lctlon session of legislature convened in the tenth year' following that
'rises impeachment' shall! remove the offender from, office and in tn which' this constitution, is adopted' and'each twentieth yea \ Seat Belt Usage Remains UnchangedSeatbelt
the discretion' of the sinate. may include disqualification! hold thereafter.' there shall be ..tablhh.d" a constitution revision
,any office, of honor trust 'or profit.. Conviction or. acquittal" shall commission,composed of the following thirty-seven .member.
not affect the civil 'cr criminal .responsibility of the 'Officer.. usage; Is virtually unPalm Beach motorists claimed the'

flj) the. attorney general of 'the"staeet changed from six months ago according highest usage rate., at 69.9 percent; '.
'NO 2 to report released by the the lowest level of compliance was
((2) ,fifteen ..embeU'' selected by the-governor, AAA Clubs of Florida.The statewide found in Daytona Beach,where only

survey was conducted by AAA staff 38.9 percent bothered to buckle up.
,' : "I'i CONSTITUTIONAL: *, AMENDMENT'' ? v-'Jiw/i1' :, ,', !:1", ((3)) nine members selected by the speaker of the ''house of who made 63,267 observations 200 Well over two-thirds of the people ,:c ,
':' ,v. I, representatives and nine membersselected' by the president! of the killed Florida's highways last 'I'': ': ,
.. ARTICLE, I SECTION 16'. ',. :f. locations to help assess seat belt on
"I ;";;1" "; A! '' senatel.and "' \ usage year were not wearing seat belts. If 'Iii;,' ; \

: t ,: 't!; ,. : ,I!"" ARTICLE t ,..''i'1, .: .", ,,' ," worn properly seat belt use can .,,, I.
';'I 6!; ,'.Ii ';\ ': 'I ; ':" ((4} three members selected by the chief justice'of the \ ,
,: .i" ', .DECtARAT. OF RIGHTS supreme After and halt of seat belt save lives and decrease' the severity ,;r;", ii"""
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I'",' ,' f' ( "'" I ),; I\\" ,: ;'court of Florida with the advice'of the justices, a year 'of injuries sustained in an accident. '..,'." ':II..,, '
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enforcement
::1 SECTION '! .a' Rights 'of accused and' 'victims.- ,V! $\S';,;, J' ,,1 I \, : .' survey seat belt \\ \j''i '.
1 of usage : ,
Many opponents
Florida cities revealed statewide
0/ .,' i .." Cbl) The governor shall .designate on. ....b.r 'of the commission ai a ; '
,, who I
1l" In all" criminal pros'ecutlons accused'Shall,, upon' demand ita chairman. Vacancies in the membership of the cl..io".h.U, be compliance rate of 81.S percent,only claim they !know of someone : '

D< informed .,or the nature and cause of the accusation 'against, ''him* tilled ,in. the +same manner as the original ,appointments., a slit Increase from the January died In a crash Involving fire or
land: shall! be furnished .a copyrot the charges,' and shall-have the of 49.8 percent.This rate submersion in water because they
Bright to, have, compulsory process for witnesses ? to confront'at' trial, (Ci) Each ''constitution revision commission shall convene at the reflects a stabilization of usage and were "trapped" with a seat belt on.
",'adverse witnesses, to be heard in person* by COwn.etbrboth. and to 'call of its chairman adopt its rules of procedure: examine the ends a downward trend revealed in ;Cumulative statistics clearly.show .'
have s speedy and public trl.1.by Impartial jurytinthe, county ?'where constitution of 'the' state, except'tor .matters relating directly tot July 1987, when the rate fell to 51.9 that less than one-half of one percent,
.cri..e was committed;' 'If the 'county is not known, the Indictment taxation or the state budgetary procesa that are to be reviewed bi ''percent from 59.1 percent In'' of motor vehicle accidents Involve '
information may charge venue In two or1 more, count i.. .conjunctlv.1y the taxation and budget reform commission establlshed In section 6. January of 1987.. fire or water submersion and those '
and proof that the crime was committed in,, that, area shall'be hold public hearings, and,_not later, than on. hundred eighty 3ays. 'who are buckled up stand a much ,
'. prior to the1 next general .tection.file with the secretary of state
sufficient ) but before pleading the accused may elect in whIch of greaterchance, of remaining con-,
those counties he ,will be' trled. v.nue' for pro..cutlon'of crimes. 'its proposal.' 'ancfa'1 .revision of 'this L constitution' or any partecmmitted The statistics'show" 'that women: scious. '
beyond ,the boundaries"of the.tate, shallb.fi.ed, by law.; ofit: } :,J" >
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.: ; ... buckle up more frequently (57..per'The' AAA clubs of Florida actively
Amendmentor
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election.b
'SECTION S.., revision, lobbied for seat belt law In Florida, "+,
Victims 'of''' crime or their lawful'representatibes, Includng' cent) than men (46.4 percent). S1.8 a
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the next of kin of. homicide victims,. are entitled to the eight to. b.' (ta''A') popo..d'.endm.nt to'or' ''revision of thl. constitution.' or percent of the drivers were In comamd continue to monitor usage in an ,

informed,' to' be presentand to be heard when relevant'at all any' part of it. shall be submitted to' the electors at the next pliance with 48.8 percent of front attempt to focus educational activities

.crucial stages of criminal'' proceedings,', to the ,extent that, these .general election held more. than'ninety the joint seat passengers buckling up. Under'the toward areas of low compliance ,' '
rights do not interfere with the constitutional 'rights 'of;, the. res. ution, Initiative petition or report of revtelon commission .e Florldaseat belt law, drivers and raise public awareness. ,,: ,
accused' constitutional convention or taxation and budget reform. commission can be cited for those front seat AAA Peninsula Motor Club and i"" ,

,S&7 ''NO ,3' >'. ., ''. proposing it is filed, with the secretary of state, unless pursuantto passengers IS years of age and AAA East Florida are working with : ,;,r". ,
; law enacted affirmative vote of three-fourths of the d/f/ : "
by the younger who fall to buckle up. Front state agenices and other organizaz- ,:
: ",' membership of ,each house of the.leglstature and limited to a single, seat 16 yean and older bona In an effort to achelve a usage '
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: ''CONSTITUTIONAL: : AMENDMENT:: .;? ( ''"' ,held amendment more or than revision"in.ty"d.y.ft"'UCht1Un it is submitted at an.earlier special..election can be cited Individually. rate of 70 percent by,1990. t,: '.,

ARTICLE VII SECTION 4".1:: ".> ; '" '1-1., : ,
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and In the sixth week ,- ,
(Cb) Once in the tenth week once
which election Is held the
ARTICLE ''VII Immediately preceding the weekiln the
( proposed 'amendment 'or revision with notice of the d.t.'of .l.etlonTAXATION
; \ '; ,'. ..t which It will be 'submitted to the electors, shall be published ,in y

I '.. *ne newspaper oC general circulation in' each county.in which a Gasoline Prices on Rise in Florida<< .. < .
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SECTION ", 4y ? Taxation, ........m.nt.y "'general ',',''regulatldns' the electors it shall be effective as an amendment to or revision of clubs of Florida shows the average grade of gasoline in August was In ;"'. f'>:
shall be prescribed which shall, secure 'f "u.t'jv..1uatlon'. of all the constitution of the state on the first Tuesday after the first for all grades of gasoline for Tallahassee, where full service ; I" ,
for ad valorem. ',' Monday In January following the election or on such ether date ,as price unleaded If "
property taxation providedt, \ ;..- ,\ the State of Florida up 3.9 cents to averaged$1.382 per gallon. ,, :;11)) ;; "
I, may be specified In, the amendment or revisions, had Venice showed the lowest average ",,'n ',;"" '<
$1.105 from prices In June. July ,
UI) Agrieultura''land: land producing 'high' water recharge: torlerlda's price with self-service regular : ;, ""toveraUprlcelrsofarthlayear.wltha
aquifers or land"use3 exclusively for can-commercial SECTION 6. Taxation and budget reform. commission. the largest monthly increase in gasoline averaged 90.4 cents per "t'

rtcreationalpurposes may be classified by general law and assessed : '
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solely on the basis of character or, use., J fa) Beginning In 1990 and each tenth year thereafter' there shall rise of 2.5 cents. August showed a gallon.Averages'. ;
'. be established a taxation and bad ereform. commission composed ot slight rise of only .5 cents which Is ,
(b1)" Pursuant cto' general lawtangible personal property held for the followlnQ ..e..b..r believed to signal the end of this 'In August show : '

stle as stock in trade and livestock may be valued for taxation at'' a year's summer price increase.motorists' filling up at the full- :,,
specified percentage of Its value, may be classified for tax, (11' eleven members selected by the governor, none 'of whom shall Since March of this) year,unleaded service unleaded pump paying 33.' ,11'i 1 ,' /',;'. ,;,1,'"
purposes* or, may be exempted from taxation. be a member ot the legislature at the time og appointment. self-service prices have increased cents more per gallon than those, '' ,,,,i I% ,' ,
7.3 cents per gallon, on s statewide motorists purchasing self-service (,{:)!:\", :, ,
'HI( seven members selected by the speaker of the house of unleaded ; .:, "
NO 4CONSTITUTIONAL'AMENDMENT' repraunta ".. .n seven members selected Y t. president 0 t..en.te average. ',' ,'wi' "'. 1
believed to be ,
none of whom shall be a member of the legislature at the time The Increase was '

f 'og appointment, spurred by heavy summer travel........- ,
; and increased production' costs In ,

..ARTICLE VII SECTION 17 '((31)' four' non-voting ex officio members, all gf 'whem" shell be the manufacture of gasoline. ,;, '
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-t., **-' i'c members.of the legislature at the time' oC appointment. Two these The report Indicates that the
,, fjJ ARTICLE VII members one of whom shall b'e a .....b.r-of the minority P"ty in the average cost of a gallon of leU.'J
FINANCE ANDTAXATION house of representative., shall be aelected by the speaker ot the service unleaded gasoline Is 96.2' '.

'house of and two of 'th... members, one of whom shall cents, up 3 cents; full service '"" I" ,"' ? '
SECTION 17. Bends, for' acquiring'transportation'rlqht-Ot-va/' ) be a rapr..nt.Hv"t ty party in the senate shall be selected by unleaded Is currently 1,0#. > ,
for constructing r Q"-- the president of she senate gallon .5 cents with self ._. I ',,. "
regular increasing to 91.8 cents Ut"I'1
up
HI When' ''authorised by i.,,', state bonds pledging the full faith 'ibl) Vacancies In the membership of the commission. shall be t1111eSn 2.8 cents from June.

credit of the state may a issued, without a vote o the lite the same manner as the original aopointments Prices In Starke for unleaded self- '
electors, to finance or refinance the cost oe acquiring real property service Is now from During the Middle Ages, the yearbegan
or .therights to real property tor-state roads as defined by'raw' or (c)' At Its ''initial meeting; the members of the' commission shall .899 earlier gasoline this .929 up and at various dates In different ."' '

to finance or refinance the' cost of state bridge construction, ancT elect member who is not. member PC the legislature to serve as' summer up times and pl_. In England K was \ '
from .879 in March, a rise of 5 cents ; ,
purposes incidental to such,_ property acquisition or state bridge chairman and the commission shall adopt its rules of roc. ur.con.truct.on. .. not until 1751 that January restored -\ '
For at the '
Thereafter_< t h<.__commission_ s h a I A convene a t th* c. ot the chairman. per gallon. regular grade to Its place as first month. : 'I>
An affirmative vote 0 two thirds 0 t. full commission an t. self-service stations, the price is '
K had been the Roman
(bl Bond.i i.sur J ondgf "r thi. action shall be< s.cur.d b' a pledge concurrence-i.-IJ.-'L- of a majority iL o |ch't member appoint e j by the governor .899 up from .879 earlier,and..859 In as during ) ,;, ,

or.n shall e payable primarily from motor Cue or special fuel pursuant to paragraph (ai (11 a concurrence or a majority oC the March, or.a raise of 4 cents. oft ."" ," ,
taxes except those" defined n Section 9 (cl off Article XII t as members appointed by the'speaker off" the "hQu.e'T'7oC"repre.'ft|_ awes '
pro" a y lav, end .hll. aodi t ioniiType secured by the Cullffait t n pursuant" to paragraph a f 2 1 .n. concurrence o e a majority offthe "
and credit ot the state member s appointedby the presidentthe senate pursuant to "
t
paraqra h )_ -_ hall oe necessary to' _any revtiiI6ni this
c No bonds shall be Issued under this section unless a seat c o n s t i t on'or.n_ y?part a enc create ... as made a determination that n no -
'" f. I ipon.the expiration of the tern being served by the justice or judge.
state lacal. year wll ". debt service requirements ot the bonds ,, (d) 'The eommlsston'shall examine' the state budgetary process the

proposed to be Issued and all other_ bonds_secured by the .,me pledged revenue_ n.a..n expenditure processes'T QC [ t. state e (b) Circuit and judges of county courts shall be elected
revenues exceed ninety percent of the pledged revenues available for appropriateness of the tax structure ot the state, .n governmen I o y vote of the qualified electors within the territorial jurisdiction
payment of such debt service requirements, as defined by lav." Foe productivity and efficiency? review policy as it relates to the if their respective courts. The terms of circuit judges shall be for,'
the purposes ot this subsection, the term "pledged revenue meaju ability ot .t.t..n local government to tax and adequately fund I ilx years. The terms of judges of county courts shall b. for six'
all revenues pledged to tne payment'o debt service, excluding anyi' governmental operations and capital facilities required to meet. t h'I,j lose! ,
pledge o! th e full faith and credit off the state, state' needs during the next ten year period? determine methods :years., I" ; .
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favored 10 the citizens of the state to fund the needs of the state "'

NO 5, including alternative me t hod. ff or raising jfu ff t i c i e n t revenues t or the 'NO. 's' \ '" ,,/1 ,
needsTJof the statey determine measures. that could be Instituted to ; ,
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trom existing tair sources; ,
,CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND'IEN' constitutional limitat. onus on t a IF.at i7oni and expenditures at th. state ',CONSTITUTIONAL. 'AMENDMENT rMl.";.('I"IJJ'I.\' : \ '
SECTION 3 .nd local level; 7 *nd review the states comprehensive. lanninqT ; '; + 1 ''' ,.,
ARTICLE VII ARTICLE V SECTION I "
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budgeting and needs assessment processes to determine'whether then
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"':,, -.t 1'.. ARTICLE VI! ","j ':' resulting information adequateiy supports a strategic deelalonm, '1' ',' ,; {(f,',,(; ';' .
: ,: FINANCE AND TAXATION process', \" I --:'
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(el 'The commission shall hold public hearinge as deems .II ,..Mi' / "
SECTION, Taxes e*.aptions.-- ARTICLE V : / ,
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,, necessary to carry out responsibilities under this sectionIt. The '
.commission shall issue a report or the results off the review carried CIVIL TRAFFIC HEARING. OFFICERS ,
and used exclusively by ,
(a> All property owned by a municipality ..
out and propose to the legislature any recommended statutory changes
it for municipal or public purposes shall be exempt from taxation. A
be related to a taxation or budgetary laws of star.- Aotlateirsquired
owning property outside the municipality may
municipality. th>*.ons hundred eighty days prior the general election n The
in which '
by general is located.law to make' Such payment portions to'the of taxing property unit as are used, *>co"d. wvt" following the year in which th e commisssecretary 3rrstate SECTION 1. 'Courts...The judicial power shall 'be vestedin;' a ,

pr.doein.ntlyIor.duc.tion.1.the property literary scientific religious or -stablished tne commission shall tne w e of supreme. court, district courts of appeal circuit'Courts and county
general law taxation, is- fJ''Z o a revision tto s eons u On r.n* par courts. No other courts stay be established by the state any
be exempted by from
charitable purpa..y 0 .. o or the S t. budgetary trots.. political subdivision: or any municipality. The legislature shall by ,
general law, divide the state Into appellate court districts and
taxation cumulatively
|Cb) There shall be exempt' from NO.
personal 7 11n... Commissions established
head of a family residing In this state, household goods and judicial circuits following county bylaw '
effeCtstt3, the value fixed by general law, not less than one thousand or administrative officers or, bodies may be granted quasijudicial -
in matters connected with the functions 01' their
and to widow or widower or person who Is blind or power
every AMENDMENT
dollars, CONSTITUTIONAL
and' II .. ..property to the value fixed by oftlcee The legislature may establish by general law _a civil
t'llr' permanently V SECTION ;10 raffle hearing 0 ... for the Purpose og hearing _civ '
hundred ARTICLE
.. nott.less.thanflve, dollsrs ,, raTTlc infractions.CONSTITUTIONAL L '
L i' .
'(el Any county, or municipality ...y'.". 'for the purpose of itsrespective "

tax levy and subject to the provisions'of this subsection 'NO' -" .;"" .
and .cono.io' d.II'lopm.nt.d valorem '. 9
general l.w. grant community '
and
exemptions to new businesses 'and expansions of existingbusinesses. I .. :", ;'1"'J. ,
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tail "
lew. S\lch.n exemption may be ,I : !; !" '
general
defined by '
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as 'ARTICLE V .
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ordinance of the county ,, and only \ ;!
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after granted the only electors by of the county otmunicipallry, voting on such TERMS OF/OFFICE FOR TRIAL, COURT ,JUDGES ARTICLE IV, SECTIONS 11 ft 12 .1" ;':f'': ,:)-4'- ..", ,

Question in a referendum) authorise the county or municipality to ., '.i-) ,,;i, ni' i'
ordinances. An .....ptlon'.o granted shalappy to ;
adopt such ? ; ,
,!' :.
." to real property made by or for the use of a n.w ARTICLE IV <>" .' ::f"P:" 'v '
business to real property related to the expansionof '
.... en existing and business improvements and shall also apply to tangible personal SECTION 10. ..,."Uon'el.ctlo".nrI, t.r...-- DEPARTMENTS! .; VETERANS.. FFAIRSr :':; :r: i&f"v; ;:/:,, :, '" '

property expansion of such of new an business existing and business.tangible The personal amount property or limits related of (.) Any, justice. of the supreme'court "or any judge'of a district> AND ELDERLY AFFAIRS. f'v\ : .. ;| ;. ,-', '

to the of suCh exemption shall be specified by general law. ThewJloHf :'court' of appeal may qualify for retention by a .vote 01h.. electors ,,.li ", ,
which sh may to a new'Ln the general election next preceding.the expiration of his term.In 1 "
Caine.. 'expansion time, for of'.n existing business shall be determined by', the manner prescribed by law.' it a justice or judge is ineligible or, .o.x_ _'. __
The authority to grant such exemption shall expire ten fails to qualify-for retention, a vacancy shall ..1.,1. that office, r t '." '
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,." the date of .ppro"> by the electors of. the county or upon the expiration of the term being nerved by the justice or judge.
years' from be renewable by referendum as provided by When a justice of the supreme court' or a judge of. district court 0', il. 'Department of Veterans Affaire.--The teglslsmre. by.enlral
'.."lcirlAty".ncl..y appeal so qualifies, the ballot shall read substantially. .follower ,. law/isay provide tor the establishment or the Department ot

,, Shall Justice (or Judge) ..(name of justice or judge). .. of 'Veterans Aftaira.r .
and subject to conditions specified therein. ..(name of the court)... be retained in offlceT'" If oft\' '
(.J..yYb.Unte.n.d valorem tax exemption to a renewable the qualified electors voting within the territorial' juri.JlCUCMi If 11' De .rt..nt 26 flderl Affa --h Le t uerea
u. device and to real property on which such device is the court vote to retain, the justice or judge shell be retained fore e a Department Elderly S an ccov
energy source operated to the.value, 11..d by general l.v.not '0' term of six years commencing on the first Tuesday after tsar first n governing e a n ra on o sen t se

led, and original cost 01 the d..i --*"* for .the p.riod'ot time Monday in Januarfollowing the general election. If a majority of ,. on o r o s Itpte on n
exceed the a. the qualified .ctore voting within ,the/ territorial; jurisdiction of.
."erdl'w not to exceedten "
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First Baptist Breaks Ground for 3-Story Addition.,.

Site work started this week on a new 3-story Sunday School building for 'classes. Breaking ground on the Kite are ':' the First Baptist Church. Groundbreaklng ceremonies, presided over by Moore Ermle Jones, Jimmy Crosby Sunny Truly, llrrb I'tul'kt'Y"Rev. ,
Ben Bryant, took place Sunday morning. Minister of Education Doug Sides Kdith.: drirrin; Virginia UolI'h)'?.lun'' ." :' The new building. will\ house a fellowship hall and Sunday. School 'Thompson Ray Griffin Contractor Ernest Trlent Jr.. and Bob Wood.
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\, ,DuPont Decision ADULTS 'REASONABLE RATES

(from page 1A) mining areas. "sand hill community" ;into Its pay a portion of the cost of repaving DAY CARE' AVAILABLE FOR ELDERLY ALONG WITH

,tr'\,' .J Clay' 'and Duval. The county commissions Three of the counties involved sometimes 30-foot long tunnel.' SR-125, when it becomes necessaryto WEEK LONG TERMS 24 HR. SUPERVISION
,\\V"1 "rr have the final decision.A Baker Clay and Duval, are under Among species that take advantage do so, from the Highland plant to
DuPont official sai4! the company the North East council. The part of of the gopher's' hospitality are rat' US-301, because four trucks of, ore' A Country Atmosphere: with, a Home Type Setting
hour are expected to be hauled
is is under tlesnakes Indigo snakes the gopher'frog per '
must secure 30 permits for the Bradford County question
I from the wet mill to the dry mill at PlannedActjvltiesl) / ? ,
:,, ""r1:', SS''I project, and presently has only six In the North Central council.. and the Florida mouse. Sue ton walker St Rd.
\ mile
"" .",,' \ hand. DuPont headquarters'will No representative of the Game DuPont has also agreed to pay for the Highland, plant sites,: j South on ;
:.', \ release the $40 million to start up the, and Fresh Water Wildlife Commission -> 'turning and accelerating; lanes at its Phone'468-2619 325. Hampton FL
..... 5'' : I Maxville! Project when;; .a.lI"the per-, was present Sept.,23 at the NC',, .CR-125, : entrance off US-30U, and, to, '
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list of species of special concern, (
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:::'; 'r:. '. Pont has moved gophers in other welcomes other members'of the "

i Christmas Parade Set for Dec. 10 ,. '"I., ',:V'"' I ,' > ', CONST I TIJT( IONALQArMEN; p 1ENT, :' ,' I'' I

yff rf;' .t Committee The Starke/Bradford Chairman Steve County Futch Chamber says the of Commerce Chamber's Christmas Annual Christmas Parade .', ..".' ,;'.1", .: 1"I,' : "\; /I;v.; ';:,,!' "I .; "'0" .! '' '.' ,'. ,,,, 'SEC'TION, I' 21"'" ', '",,. ?',' ,I.I.'f", ,.; '.) (d"' \, ';'' ;::1\1'\ .' > ;' <,"I''; 'U/;1 ;'1 I':

Parade has been scheduled for Saturday; Dec. 10 at 10( a.m ,.;.I...' ,' I\Jil.\ 1'I1'V'o''I""I\ l }I, ,: '11 '\\r.; M'ik 1'1";i'i\ 'i :' \,<';"i\J\ I"" ; \, ':'. 'i:I\\:;1'h" \' ;,'(:i ::), li'\:\;':lv} 't.' ''j// '. \I \ : \ : 1"1t11Ilh, ) II->!v \,\1'1' I,
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Entry forms may be picked up at the:! Chamber office at 201 S.,Walnut or '" U;,,'y, \"(\ /.r '\ ,, m-k !! :) / I'\f sJ,.I\P'\\\:, ( ''i'\wj 1 !\ J\\\&ljl!\\\& :<< "i : j "
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' 5i'Ldt' i+, 1 theme Immediately Trophies, "A Christmas will following be given in the Strawberry to parade the top which three Land"floats.is The scheduled awards who observe will to take be the presented place parade in, ... :" :: ';,:( V ,? rt V*;;\i\*:;\ ,:Pt' #I d '\(\! '1 \' iy,,( ;J ,' :: :;' ,:';!: / ,':''ffii: \: ,( ':: l:" '::?'h'IS: ;14,f t{(t!ti j 1 1j t :; \-...' ), ,1:" !,. ; \" ?;t ;, F":,:,): "

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.1'",t\I r:",' '. '. Nor are we writing telling you we ,are .: ", ., ;1/W';' ,: 1 ,, ,:1\\:\%\;!;,4; M!:,: ;(;:,;:";';r';H'i' K hLbfl'11JX{,; l r::,\ ::,}\\\1;\ ;l11' ft';:;\I'ii'l'!'\.. ; ;:;;::" t
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; Bradford Shoppers buying in Bradford Section ; : ;"' .> J'. : : '' < '' \ ", 'Fr';'f", ,. "H, ;' ',ti;'l' ''',' '' ;1V'1\: ,
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I ,' County. Article I,Section 21 of the Florida Constitution is amended by adding the following: 'provided. than a person entitted'lo recover' damages for bodily injury
.. We are mobile, home dealer. Our name is BryantK in any action brought after the effective date of this Amendment may not recover an aggregate of more than (100,000 for non-<< nomic; losses. Non-economic ,
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; Manufactured Housing. 2303 N* 'Temple (Across from losses Include pain and suffering( inconvenience;, mental; anguish,, lots of capacity to enjoy life !lost al consortium: : and other non: -pecuniary losses. "' I

',,> the fair grounds). Section 2. ( ', ,, ' J JArticle

,,"' ; '',:;,,: .'.:' .. Why shop out of Bradford County for your housing 1, Section'21 'of the Florida Constitution is further amended by adding thrfoTlowing: :, By general; law the nanirnum( i arpo'urr| recoverable,may beadjusted t' ,
honest deal at home. We ,have that after the effective date of his Amendment In a consumer price! index published by (he United Slates Covemment '
You conform changes
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/>," ''I you a one-stop shopping ,experience.;, We, will: help you 'A) If this' Amendment Is held invalid for containing more than one subject, this Amendment; shall be liMited \toiSectionV:) ; 1 ; 'svl ,'' '> ,1"1-,1',1' ,, ?, '
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,, ,' with all your needs in purchasing a home. We care, 8)) This Amendment shall take effect thirty days after .the date of the election at i which it is pprowd.\.. (:,,.' ', ,V,: ,'.tt'!! ,,; '.' "',", 1.:( ,",''. ': ,;I''XfH': \ !'v, '
about. our local people. We, live In Starke., buy in '" ',( ', : .. I" : :: :<; I, ,," '" : ,, :,I ,r,,:; '\\1":" ,,; (
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Starke and support our small to 'lr'.,' "" 'i, 'IIJ'; 'I, .- ", "I" "" ,,' :,' ',n''ir4' ;,::;:'.';":"(.':\ i'.:"!Y ,jyt.:!?<,:!: (\ I' \ "I:."';:"", ,
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'.;-' ""S:, .. Thank You. afterwards. We. don't have buyers we '. ':,' ( "i'f/,' : : : 'J :. : ,;';, ;: ', ; ;' ', ;" 1'.;: t '. ,,, ,i I Ih Is J :; "', j'f"'lnJ'" \ 'I". 1"\)0() \" \\\Y:\ [? fJ .'
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.' ; :'; make new. friends. Thanks .. ',J I II ,;' s\ ;t':'i<':" "',s; ,, CONSTITUTIONAL: IE'NDMEH! ; ':' 1.1't 'I'' ,, ':\\t'UI:,;, ;':( :"/':',' >I' .'1 1% ;;':ZJt\!' :,;,: f
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__ RULES OF THE GAME ---

'\ 1)))Anyone except:: TELEGRAPH employees and their 3)) In case of ties we will use the total points scored
f4 Immediate families are welcome to enter, but there in the Bradford High School game each week
is a limit to one entry per person each week. ,(except the Tornadoes open week in that case, we
2)The 'ntry'must be on an official blank from the will use the Gator game) as'a tiebreaker. Please fill
TELEGRAPH and must be dropped off at the in the points you think will be scored by the
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afternoon. Fill in all the blanks with either the name in the tiebreaker blank. For instance if the score in
y of the team you think: will win or"tie" if you think ,the Tornado game was Tornadoes 'Opponents,
t ; the game will end in a tie. The person who picks, the correct score was 26 points. .
,the most, names right win win the top prize. 4)) All decisions of the Judges will be final. A second
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Executive Committee 'Promoting Changes in Chamber By-laws J; .



Changes In ,the 'by-laws of the' governmental body in the county Authority 'The president shall ap- 'No action by any member, committee Committees shall be dischargedby Section 4. Special Committees: ''Ill?'

I Starke-Bradford County Chamber of would also be appointed as ex* point all committees and committee division, employee, director or the President when their work The Board of Governors may create ;iiI':
Commerce are being suggested and officio: with no voting. power for'oneyear chairpersons subject to confirmation ,officer shall be binding upon, or con has been completed and their such special ''committees depart- Ij,
promoted by the Chamber's Ex- terms. by the Board of Governors. The stitute an expression of, the policy of reports accepted, or when in the opi- ments or task forces as it deems ad- '
ecutive Committee. Another change would enlarge the board shall authorize and define the the Chamber until it shall have been nion of the Board of Governors, it is visable to handle the work of, the (.
'Probably the most significant Executive Committee from four to powers and duties of all standingand approved ratified by, the Board of deemed wise to discontinue the com Chamber i }
change is in Article VI. the officers six by allowing the president to ap- special committees except those Directors. mittee. ".
end would limit to two consecutive point two additional board membersin committess whose function is set
tHree year terms the time a memberof addition to the president, thepresidentelect" forth in these by-laws. VoleMitchell J Jand
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i the Chamber's Board of Cover the treasurer and ;4 I It shall be the function of the com-

nors could serve A year would haveto immediate past president.New mittee to make investigations, conduct iron pals lA of tawtey: ; and Chandler, a heavy juke box machine 1
elapse before the member wouldbe language I II .suggested by studies and hearings make 'equipment operator for timber business Bryan, retire from Du- ,
eligible to run again. defining the function and authorityof recommendations to the Board of Brown, a white, and Ross company, have been working the Pont where he worked as an accountant -
There is no such prohibition in the committees Article VII, Commit- Governors and to carry out such activities Chandler, a black man, tied with 293 Lawtey area. Both think they'll get a is a real estate developer. 4,
present Article VI of the by-laws tees. The additional, new language as may be delegated by the votes each in the first primary In a share of the Johnson votes/ Carter won the last election bet.
.about the Board of Governors, suggested Is:; Board. three-way race for the District 1 If Chandler wins it would seat the ween the two 12 years ago. Bryan
Representatives, from each Section 1t Appointment and Section, Limitation of Authority county commission seat, which is first black county commissioner. who served two terms on the come
being vacated by Chairman' mission prior to Carter's three,

Lawrence Mosley District 3.,. terms, figures it is his turn now.
Herman .Johnson from Lawtey,
Commissioner Carter led the first
the third in the ,Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr.
man, polled 256 votes with 466
primary' votes 112 votes
1st Results first primarytQuestion and Bryan former'are in a commissioner spirited for Ralph the ahead of Bryan's 354 votes;
Official Primary is, where the' Johnson District race Lawrence Griff,' who has challenged -
votes go( in the second primary. 3 county commission seat. Carter several
times polled 161
Brown, an insurance agent who has Carter, retired from Florida
worked fntfnr* in thehlaok. ., section ,!Power" &, Lifhr. Aivrntea a pinball has votes in the first primary, Griffis
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CENTEL Customers' Have Time to Choose Sheriff Reddish Announces

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Central; Telephone Company of own carrier choice:y 'November 14 In order to be assured
Klrtrlda ,(Centel!) customers in the "Starting Oct. 18,those customerswho ,that the carrier they want is the carrier
Starke, Kingsley Lake and Lawteyarea did not respond to the initial, they get'"Wester added. 'Fashioned.
wilt have a few extra days to ballot will be mailed a second or After Equal Access goes,into effect .Ole JIn /
select a primary long distance car' allocations ballot" Wester says. Dec.1,customers have six mon- ',,
rier 'This ballot will show the carrier ths in which they can change their Cookouts .
"We haVe extended the deadline to that has been chosen for them. carrier choice at no charge. ''A .
return the, initial Equal Access f'These cutomers will be able to charge will be assessed for any long to Continue rp"i';"
t allots from Sept.. 28 to Oct. 3,'"says select another carrier at that point distance carrier change made after
: inda Wester Equal Access coorin- and return the ballot to Center by, than )ime. ,
dator for Centel, i Thurs. Fri. & Sat
Those ballots listing the names of
eight long distance companies,,were
mailed to Centel's Starke Kingsley NOTICEOF
Lake, and Lawtey customers in late '
August. Customers then choose the W
'company they want to handle direct For some,old fashioned pilau with all the trimmings and

dialed Equal (I1)Access long distance goes into calls effect after COMMUNITY 'DEVELOPMENT,; some old fashioned politics with, all the facts.* plan,to be withus

December Long distance I, 1988.companieS taking BLOCK GRANT APPLICATION on the following dates...... f ..

part in Equal Access are,: Southland ", .
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'Systems.Inc, Microtel Inc.; AT&T FIRST PUBLIC ,HEARING, '..:' '
Communications; MCI Telecommunications Sept. 29: 'Septa 30: Oct. 1: Oct. 1:: ,.

Inc.; US Sprint Com- Notice is hereby given( that the City of Starke will hold the first of two '6:30 p.m.' 6:30 p.m. 1:00: p.m.. 6:30 p.m.. > '
munications Co;,Metromedia, LOS public address the City's participation In the Florida Small StarkeBrad. '
Inc i Telus Communications:::(::0. andTFr4 Cities Community Development Block Grant(EDDG) Program. ''Hampton Presbyterian Lawtey
Marketing Inc. City Park Church, Fire Riding Cl.
"Customer to the firstballot The purpose of thIs public notice and first public hearing Is to Worm and l r
response well" make information available to the public that: ((11) the Cny may apply for Midway Station Hwy 301
has been going very up to$575.000 dthe CDDO Fiscal YCIII' 1988 grant funds; ((2)the ran a or
Ms. Wester says. activities that may be undertaken with CDBO funds for housing and FairgroundsA
:Those customers who do not mark neighborhood activities authorized In S. lO5o( )of Title 1 of the Housing and EVERYONE IS WELCOME NO CHARGE!III!!
and return their ballots by the Ocr Community Development Act of 1974. as amended and In regulations
I tober 3.deadline will have''a long regarding the federal CDDO program contained In 24 CFR Sections 570.200
distance chosen for them through 570.206 such as rehabilitation of houses In a target area"
I ; company demolition of dilapidated housing..nd relocation of residents.wcatherization .

I under mandated a random by the selection Federal process Communications land assembly,and or site energy-efficient preparation for Improvements new construction., code Improvements enforcement: to Meeting,will be held Monday, 7:00 p.m.,'Oct. 3, at the Reddish

: Commission but even' deteriorating Infrastructure, provision of baste services(such as roads Campaign Headquarters, corner of Call and Walnut Streets. All
than mratnmara nfa" ".Ahe thaw, water, sewer, and drainage factltlcs), the rehabilitation of neighborhood "
_________ ..rs.vr facilities that provide community services for target area residents, and interested volunteers are urged to attend. '
r- the construction of facilities for the handicapped;((3)) at least S345.OOO or
sixty percent((60%)of the requested CDBO funds must be used to benefit low
i and moderate-Income persons;((4))the City plans to minimize ,
displacement of persons as a result planned CUDO activities;and(!5)1f') YOU: ARE INVITED! !
any persons are displaced as a result of planned CDDO activities the City
plans to assist displaced persons. Come join the Reddish Campaign Volunteers at the Starke

This first public hearing will be held on October 4. 1988.' at 7:30 p.m.In the ''KOAKampground Tuesday night'Oct. 4, at 7 p.m. for Voters
City Commission Meeting Room located In the City Hall. CUlz-n areencouraged
to attend this public hearing and express their views Appreciation Party..
concerning the community development needs of the City to provide a
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basIs for the preparation of the City's proposed FY88 CD[I JO Application. KEEP
Any citizen who desires additional(Information or would like to submit
written comments prior to the public hearing should contact Nell Tucker NEED A RIDE TO THE POLLS? CALL
City Clerk.P.O. Drawer C,Starke. FL,or telephone((9O4))964-5027.. 'J t REDDISH
REDDISH HEADQUARTERS, 9643333.BROOKER .
Mr. Nell Tucker SHERIFF!
.IIIII City Clerk AREA, CALL 485-1868
City of StarkeP.O. Vote Oct. 4
U"ll Drawer C PRECINCTS 1OA & 1OB, CALL 475-2693 ,
I Esther 'Starke FL 32O91
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Florida'The election Tax Collector's took place Association.at the' 'THE EASIEST PLACE IN THE STATE ?'J BUY A ,

Florida Sept.Tax 13.16 Colletors in Jacksonville.Conferenceheld CAR OR TRUCK FOR QVEfJfO YEARS"TERWILLEGAR

It is the first statewide honor for l ,
Ms. Hall who has been tax collectorof "
Bradford County"for eight years FORD
and won re-election for a third termin ,
the Sept, 4 primary.

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Wednesday P.M. Call One of these Sales :/
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"The-; PoSt Office In Starke Is..now I

open Wednesday afternoon. for, for a Price 'Quote: cwt'+'' o r '
New hours, effective Sept, 10, ,
the Post Office are: .
--Bill
Monday through Friday.,,8-30:' a.m.U '. I E.. ;. ,:. ''':,;' '. .
> 5 p.m. ,
Saturday, 10 a.m. until noon. Sonny Huddleston lJi c '
Restoration,of Wed. P.M, hours ; /' ,
follow the announcement of ;'
Postmaster General Anthony M. Lorna Reddish l / '
Frank that the Postal Service will be -. CLOSEOUT' --* '
able to restore service and still com. 'Tom Rountree L
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ply with the congressionallyorderedoperating I'' SALE
fund cuts of $160 million Aubrey Scott .: o'
tor-1988 and$270 million for 1989. : ,. .i, "
...' Window hours were 'reduced in Eddie ( 1988 1/2/ FORD ESCORT 2 DR. LX ;
resulting in the Post Office Starling 'C
February
closing half day each Wednes-' 5 speed,distal; dock,overhead console,tried glass,power neenrfl. interval!wpert,mar '

days'Local ,Robert W.'i II l ks, ...... window defroster,instrumentation group kgrts/MCurky group and air cordon*. .- '

,Eastern Star, Richard Gump, Bus..'Manager' $ ,


,38th Chapter,Annlverslty to Celebrate. Ray Thomas,, Gen. Manager Only 749,5.:

Frances Chapter No, 140, Order of Gainesville Line .377-1096 30 TO
the Eastern Star, invites the ........ .
Masonic Family and the public to CHOOSEFftOVf ;
help celebrate its 38th anniversary Starke a............ .......:9G4-72OO '
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Sunday Oct..2. at 3 p.m., at. '.Allen /
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Chapel AME Church.' Keystone Heights.473FORD :

Rev. Leroy Davis will deliver. .,the
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THE HARD TO FIND '

Gator'QB,Club ,
Meets Tonight;, *1988 RANGER XLT*' '

,Anderson to Speak' .. 'XlT Free air package.AM/FM w'cassellelachome\Cr\ ,chrome step bumper,. ;

,. The meets Starke tonight,Gator(Thursday.QuarterbackClub Sept. sliding,rear window..5 speed overdrive.. '

29) at the Starke Golf and.Country ,
Club. 25:'TO Liiii '.'
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Social,hour: '6:30: p.m. Meetingand
covered dish supper; 7 p.m. CHOOSEFROM The Best Price...
,Anderson
Guest speaker Jerry
Gator coach of the tight ends andspecial .
.teams. I The Best,Selection Anywhere!

Nashville,Trip... '-6 full size Broncos Crew Cabs '
The club still has seats available
for the trip to Nashville' for' the 'F-250 4x4 Diesels *F-35Q DRW -
Vanderbilt game. Departure: 11 .
Thursday ,night, Oct, 13. '
p m. ,Super Cabs,'F-450 &iper'DutysF1,50,4x4Auto'sF150
Breakfast at Mount Eagle, two *
hours from Nashville. The club will
spend Friday in Nashville and attend $8732 4x2''
the Grand Ole Opry, Saturday,
the club members will attend the Eddie BauerAerosiars'f" ,
football game, then drive to Chat :
tanooga to spend Saturday night, 1988RAI'JGEfl.'SHEddie'BauerBronco, ll's ',.
then return Sunday to Starke.

cepted Reservations'from non-members.are now being If ac-In- Only OVER :50 RANGERS IN'STOCK
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terested call Marty Barry, 9646300. cJ *

:: $ 6695 .

Tennis fta v A WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU,
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TO COME VISIT US
Instruction I

;1.r r Starke or Keystone' w- -U- ,25 TO CHOOSE FROM IN OUR NEW SHOWROOM!

,Private Lessons
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<; Current Students Include 964-7200 371-1096 388-FORD
members of KHHS High, Starke Keystone Hgts '
_,, I School Team \ Gainesville Ja onviUe.
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Swarming Tornado Defensive: Unit Kept the ''Heat. on West Nassau;/:;', ,J;;;;:'::, 1


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The Tornado defense kept the lid Tornado sideline.
on, holding West Nassau, now 0.3, to Speedy and fast, JLance, Wiggins (
I 60 yards rushing 30 in the first half, jumped on the ensuing BHS on-sides
'31 in the second.. The Tornado offense kickoff. BHS had the football back
struggled under a fierce War but RB Mosley was a yard short of a AND NOW
first down inside the West Nassau 20.
rior rush, unable to get a pass off
With 3:50 left in the and
and finding it difficult going running unable to: move the football game on the \' .
Plus BHS THE DECISION! : "
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ground WN went to the air. The first i ,
touchdownrun .
called baecause pass bounced off the receiver, the se- h ", ,: :' ".
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only pass completion
With the defense holding'onto 'a game. The Tornado defense then w. In 5 from' the VOTERS "'OF
just days now
slim 3-0 lead after Donnie Francis"15yard stopped a WN reverse for no gain. you, : '
J field goal, BHS tanner Defensive tackle Keith Jenkins .
Rodney Mosley finally broke the the WN ball carrier for a five.yard got DISTRICT 3, will decide upon your County I
in the fourth witha r'
game open period ,
tremendous 34 yard run to the' loss.Losing ground, and time runningout Commissioner for the next 4 years. _
Warrior 13 yard line. BHS offensive WN again went to the air. One'' "

defense lineman sealed had off the, and charging there was!WN no cond pass went was 'into intercepted the ground by ;Tornado the se- ,In true American fashion, I 'have worked hard to give you a '
place to slice off tackle. So the experienced -
No. 21, and returned the '
20 yards to
Mosley immediately took ,WN 21 yard line. clear-cut choice. If you decide to continue in 'the same
what and around
was open sprinted
left riors end.all.rushing With the,the front only eight War-left getting With Clint 2, 4, 2 Reed, 5, and and 5 Clye yards DeSue BHS direction, with the' same representation 'you" have had for the ,
person ; ,/
worked the football down West
to the .
fast was and the met WN Mosley safety head on.came Mosley'up Nassau 2.5 yard line as the game past 12 years "-, I will. abide by your decision and be proud that '

ran balance over, and the headed safety,down regained the Tor'his dropped came to a the close.snap QB from Reggie center Sheffield onto I', and those friends and supporters ,who believe in me, .gave it,
the ground, picked the ball off the
encouragement.The nado sideline, his. teammates yelling grass, and easily went around up left our "best shot" and afforded you a choice.. If you decide to give
end for the score on a busted play on
West Nassau pursuit had to which WN was set to dive chance to make I 'can but to do
come from the cornerback who was'' up stop a me a some changes, promise my
the middle, and the WN backs all '
and being from harrassed the other by.side..BHS of the blockers field. went up to the other side. Francis' PAT best to be your hard- vorkingy dependable and loyal employeefor
made it 17-0 with 18 seconds remain-

refusing Mosley fought to be pushed off two out more of tackles bounds,, .ing Big in the factors game.of the game, in addition the next 4 years. I will be VISABLE in the district; EAGER to

and was finally brought to the To Mosley's 34 yard run: the make
hear thoughts; ever ALERT for opportunity to
ground at the WN 13 yard line by the DT Keith Jenkins got into the your ,

WN From cornerback.the WN 13, tough little running ''and middle actually of a took West the Nassau football handoff away. ,improvements; and:l, above all, do my' best,. to BE THERE'' WHEN,

back Greg Pittman' jumped a ,.BHS couldn't throw, but the Tornado
pile-up over the right side for five front seven Keith Jenkins, YOU NEED MEI!
yards to the eight yard line. On se-
Kevin Finch, Dane Clark Chris '
holding cond down, pushing BHS the was football called back for to Dinkins,Jimmy Long, Travis Long, :Again thank',you for the courteous and hospitable 'way you

the was 15.penalized On third for down pass West interference Nassau and the WN Bill quarterback Hamilton' kept who.. pressure completedonly on "have' received me. in, this campaign -- and again I ask you: to v

as QB Reggie Sheffield got a pass off one pass. support ,and ELECT '"-"\
The of :
into the right flat to wideout Shawn, rushing the West Nassau
Diggs. The penalty gave BHS a first 5-3 defense kept BHS from throwingthe '
down at the WN 7.5 yard line. Sheffield football four, and sacked, QB Reggie Shefn -- RALPH BRYAN '._- Co. Com. Dist., 3.
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football team Bradford High Wildwood. Left half is Adrian Me'
''will have faced this season, says 'Clendon, No. 27, 160.12, many times
Tornado Defensive Coordinator the lead Mocker for Hutchinson.
Mike Sexton. ( Fullback is Chris' Gaither, No. 22,.
The 3-0 Rams, Class 2A, have 'a'' 165-12, a solid runner,.very quick on
.,, with running game, alot of power; the dive.
I a good offensive line, ana hard
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Sexton. Interlachen has the best offensive play action pass, usually to wideout DOLPH
line the Tornado eleven will Pope on the quick slant, to the tight
have faced this season, says Coach ,end on the dump, the fullback in the
David Hurae.Interlachen. flat, and to wideout on the go route.
has beaten Hawthorne QB Oliver gets excellent protection:
9-0, Newberry 14-7. and last week from the big offensive line.
beat Wildwootf; 'The Ram defense, which has
Interlachen uses the wishbone, a'' allowed only one touchdown so far,
running formation. Quarterback is a 5-3, with good solid performers.
Stacey Oliver, No. 21, 153-11, runs Hardest hitters are Anthony Hut REDDISHVOTE
the offense and is a good medium chinson, No. 42, the running threat,
range passer. Favorite receiver is', from his inside linebacker post t, and
wide receiver James Pope, No. 80, Chris Gaither, No. 22, the fullback,
17(>-11.: who is tall and ,has goods from his defensive drop end spot.
pee. Middle guard is Gene Hayes,No.\2,
The Ram offensive line, big and 22011.Tackles are Chris Cheatham Sheriff
aggressive, ,is made up of center No. 76,' a two-way performer, and
Robbie Bonsall, No. 62, 183-2! Ethan Miller, No. 63, 153-12, small
guards' Charles Eubanks No.60,' ''but quick.. Tony Brown, No.. 24, OCT. 4 VOTE OCT. 4ar
210-12. and Chris Cheatham, No. 76,' 165-11, a good athlete, is the rover
225-10and tackles Kenny Douglas, back. Brian Livingston, No. 11, the
No 68, 196-12, and John Nelson, No. receiving tight end,plays one corner SHERIFF DOLPH REDDISH WHEN RE-ELECTED SHERIFF
TI, 211. There are two tight ends.: ,back, and Allen Sapp No. 10, 164-12, ,
A solid blocking tight end is James the other,' Free safety is Tho Robbins PROFESSIONAL RECORD x DOLPH REDDISH WILL
,Davis No. 84, 213-12. A receiving No. 33. 150-11,. an excellent
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185-12, a tall player who" likes the .The Ram defense is hardhittingand Country in the United States 'possible law enforcement to
tight end dump. tough. .There is good over-all all of Bradford
The main running threat is right team speed. Four players go both Air Force. x, County
halfback Anthony Hutchinson, No..', ways.Twenty-six Ram players were, 28 Years of Law Enforcement L, : Exercise sound fiscal planning
42, 190-12, a strong. runner who has. ,dressed out for the Wildwood game.... Experience. 1' and management of the Sheriffs

I SRWMD- Make- Land ''Purchases I 16 Years as Sheriff of 1'r' Office Budget ,

Bradford County ,;. Continue efforts to find a solutionAdministrator

In a public hearing Sept. 15, the pieces of property ranging In'size of 647.895' ., f to our County,Jail needs
,Suwannee River Water Manage-. from 144 to 1,665 acres. Seven .Continue education on
Sheriffs programs
ment District (SRWMD) governing parcels lie on the Withlacoochee and Budget for Office
board passed a resolution to purchase three on the Suwannee.; Supervision and Training of Drug Prevention for our children
7,265 acres in Madison and .The Champion property has been Deputies and Staff Members y Continue and expand the cooperation -
Hamilton Counties for the district's high on SRWMD priority list and I
Save Our Rivers land acquisition was included in the district's 10-year Graduate'of F.B.I. National and Joint investigations,
program. A $7.9 mmillion price tag ,Land'Acquisition and Management Academy I pledge honest, Affective with other,law enforcement,
makes this the largest single land Plan Approximately 76% of the .; and efficient law enforcement agencies
purchase, both in acreage and cost, total Champion acreage Is 'In the Crime Rate Clearance Record
in the first five years of SRWMD's. rivers'. 100 year floodplain., The 'Above the National Average to every citizen Bradford Continue 24-Hour Protection and
participation in the program. Florida Trail, part of the state-wide Sponsor of Safety' and Drug County. Serving you as Sheriff Prompt: Sheriffs Office response
i The Champion Lands, offered by hiking trail system, runs along the
I Champion Realty Corporation include western boundary of one parcel. of Prevention Programs 'is more than ajob ... It Is a throughout the 'county
17.5 miles of river frontage the Suwannee River. Sponsor of Children's committment to our Continue to expand training
,'., 5.6 miles on the Suwannee River and The governing board also approv' community and to every opportunities for deputies
11.9 miles alo g the WithlacoocheeRiver. ,ed the purchase of 95 acres on the Fingerprint ,and. IdentificationProgram ,
; The purchase consists of 10 Suwannee River in_Dixie| County. resident of this county. Stress crime prevention through

Aggressive and Fair- It has been an honor to education and community

Enforcement of all Laws 'serve as your Sheriff and I ask involvement

:::2nd :Annual, Initiator of Drug Investigation for your support and vote on Increase public awareness of'

BIBLE CONFERENCE and Operation "Crack Down" Tuesday October 4, so that services available to the public

that resulted in dozens of' 'the progress we have made from the Sheriffs Office

'October 17-21 convictions -. might continue as we strive to Continue to fight the Drug

An UNBLEMISHED record of, make Bradford County better .Crowd in order to rid our county

I, "t'' ?:00 PM service as your Chief Law place In which to live work, of this plague
Enforcement Officer' and raise ourfamttles. Continue to provide honest,

''i/ ; at., Personally Committed to Thank you for your support. efficient and effective law en-

Professional Ethics Above forcemeat to all citizens of
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t 964-6782 or 782-3092 Starke. Lawtey 964-3333; Starke Lawtey 964-3333;
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Ward, Tennant, Lead 'BBS. Cross, Country Team at Invitational: ", \, ;,.:::,, ;

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Won the girls' race with 42 points. cond i in i 1618.: CharmilSpooner. \,
Bradford High boy cross country Griffin was 110th in 2619.: was 25th in IS:23.:Loytoyia Sims was Oak Hall Invite... The over-all winner' was third in 1623. Renee Daugherty was "
runners placed 15th out of 20 schools The girls ran the standard two 32nd In 15--!B. Hankerson '
Judy
was The Bradford's Ramona Tennant'with
Bradford scored
boys 82 a fourth in 16:55.: Tanika Bright placed i ififth
Saturday Sept. 24, In University of miles. Only'three BHS 43rd
girls in 16
com- :31.Clare Batten was 45th time of 14:17. 1'
points to place fourth out of six : In 17:40: Jovona Monroe was 8th
North Florida Invitational In peted; five are required. for a team in 16:52.: Lashana Carter was 54th In teams Klrsta Oehl 16th fn 16:54, in ,
Jacksonville. Tuesday,Sept. 27, In the Oak was 1914.Judy Hankerson was 9th in
score. 17:56. Charmll
Spooner was 60th In Hall Invitational In Gainesville.The Glenda Rosier was 19th in 17:28.: 19:18. Lashawna Carter was 10th in
Park the cham- 2520.In
Terry won boy's Ramona Tennant placed 12th : I
pionship with 53: points. The girl's overall with a time of 12:54.: Krista the JV boys race,the BMS boys team race was won by The BMS junior varsity boys were 19-17: ,
Gainesville High with 26 points. second over-all with 47 points. TheY''were This was a.good little win for the
,race was won by Orange Park High Oehl was 60th in 15:11.: Glenda placed 9th overall with 384 points. ;;
Overall winner was Greg Smith. paced by Robert Daughman middle school today It was a good
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with 61 points. Rosier was 62nd in 15:30. It was a OP won that race with 31 points. I
CHS.in 18 flat. who was 5th over-all with a time of win for Ramona Tennant,coming off
Cam Ward led the BHS boys,plating ,three personal best. time of the year for all Robert Daughman was 52nd in 22:50: Cam Ward placed fifth over all to 23:36.: Raymond Durban was 6th in' of a good race 'Jacksonville/!', says
girls.The'BMS for 5K, Durban
Raymond was 74th In lead BHS with 2338. Bernard Johnson 10th In .
68th out of some 150 runners in a time of 19:07.Blake was Coach Loper.Upcoming '
the 5K race (slightly 'over three junior high girls were 23:48. James Etcheson was 84th in Thomas was 12th In 20:38. Tyrone, 2635.: James Etcheson was 12th in
miles), with a time of 19.40 Larry fourth overall with 134 28:48.: Bernard Johnson was 86th in Sanders was 16th in 21:12. Kenny 2905.; Eric Cowart was 14th inn: ::53; ,., '
points 2925.: Eric Cowart was 88th In 31:34: 'Desue Michael Groves was 15th in 32 03, '
Green was 85th in 20:49. 'Tyrone Bishop Kenny won with 27 points was 24th in 21:47.: Carry : BUS goes to the Gainesville High
all did
"They a pretty good job It The BMS girls placed first with 1&
Sanders was 90th in 21;:18. Blake Brittany Bula led BMS Green was 25th in In 22-07 Vernon School Invitational this Saturday
Thomas'was 91st in 21:19.: Kenny placing was a fast course, says Coach Griffin was 34th in 27:27: points. They were led by Loytoyia
14th overall 14:29.: Javona Monroe Next Tuesday, Oct 4. BHS will be
DeSue was,93rd in 2120.: Vernon wn "Oth In 15:05.: Renee Daughertv! George little by Loper little""We're getting there, Only ,three HIS girls, ran. GUS Sims I ip li1:20.!: Brittany Bula. was se home With Oak Hail and Baker High



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I The West Nassau game came West Nassau'' tried to play power Trammell!Jones-; '. iWlm' ,
down to conditioning and the kicking football and run the football tight Best ,offensive back: Greg Pitt- '" Itl Pl1- ,'
game, Coach David Hurse says. 'down the throat of the BHS defense man. I 'I' ..
The Tornado defense played a fine '"We stopped everything they triedto Best offensive lineman: jfcujrd, ( I I'I I I i I .
game, Coach Hurse says giving do," points out Coach Sexton. WN Lorenzo Hall, center' Terry I l, Wy0 I i ,,PN 7D I 1VfL0 I ,
,credit to'Coach Mike Sexton the was limited to 61 yards of offense on Whitehead 'ON/( X JwTorode l'- -- ,
defensive coordinator and his crew, the ground, 10 passing, and three -
The defense gave us field position. ,first downs. The, Offensive Line..' .w. '
"We just hung in there." Inside linebacker Travis Long led "We did better'than I r' thought: '' Shell ,
"We knew going in that West the team with 8 unassisted tackles after I looked at the game movies," 0 has moved to a new & better location -
Nassau has a defensive ball club," and ,3 assists (to be written 83). says Offensive,Line ,Coach Lamer
the head Tornado noted. 'Defensive end Jimmy Long had 4 Clyatt. '
Even though BHS missed three' ,tackles and 2 assists, DT Keith' During the game, with BUS having Starke AmocoLocated
field goals Coach Hurse credits the Jenkins 3-3, ILB Bill Hamilton 3-S: trouble moving the football,
kicking game with being a large factor DT Kevin Finch 3-3, drop end Chris Coach Clyatt said he thought the oltensive '. '
in the game. When Donnie Francis Dinkins 3-1,,Sam linebacker Dane line must not be'doing, a very on the Comer of Walnut & US 3O1 South
made his field goal on the last Clark 2.5.rover back Rodney Mosley good job. sw x
play of the third period,Coach Hurse 1-2. cornerback Lance Wiggins 1-1. The Tornadoes moved the football, 964-4413 ( "
said it took the steam out of the West cornerback Terry Berry 1-1., 'and 184 yards on the ground however. '
Nassau defense. "They just threw, ''Alton Young 0-1. 'The line has-improved a good dealsince ,
their hands up," Hurse said. the opening game _(:oath I "' "
Plus the punting of Allen Jenkins Players of the Week: Clyatt says. West Nassau rushed Stop''by'and, Pick '
,kept WN backed up. And ,Jenkins 'Best defensive linemen: Dt Keith, eight players the down linemen and Watch for pur : ,
had some big kickoffs to the WN five Jenkins ILB Travis Long. the three linebackers BHS had not ,''. \;Your'Amoco ''' , yard line twice, nice high kick offs Best defensive back: the entire worked very much against such an ,,' ,.'Up, Grand OpeningSoon ",, ,
and well covered by: the Tornadospecialty secondary of cornerbacks Lance all-out rush and missed i picking up ; "" ', .
teams. Wiggins and Terry Berry,and safety -"", ,,1",:'Credit, Card ," "
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says thought dur- '
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the stunning linebackers of West fourb uiUful'ncw' '
Nassau. Instead game films show
Tornado linemen, missing their Soon, station,
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blocks or going after a defender and In1Recognition: "
,not getting him. =
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'The\Defense...", : of; :' ; r. staff of employees' offering full,'service or self'service.

'"We did a good Job.' I'm just as .,
happy as I can be with the defensive 1 "for",
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effort".says Defensive CoordinatorMike Christian ''J (FREE', AIR, ,;
Sexton:
.. "We get a little: better with each ,
'ballgame,"says Coach Sexton. '
Defensive tackle Kevin Finch, No. 'Education Week
66. sort of came into his own ,
this week with 3 tackles and 3
assists. Coach Sexton notes. And
Sam linebacker Dane Clark. No. 75, r
185-12 had his best ballgame. Clark WE'THANK;YOU ,t
is coming around and being aggressive
'playing like he's capable TeachersAdministratprs
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..la ve been" t men I 'iW .' :, .. .'f,.. 1,1, *".r' iibf-t .t 4d ,,; "
games says Coach Sexton. Senior
Bill Hamilton does a good steady
job'Junior Travis Long has been doing ''We ''appreciate the fine
a' real good job, and'had 8

'West unassisted Nassau.tackles to lead against job you do! Heard

,Tavis Long does a good job with' i
automatic ,defensive signal calls J''
Sexton says,and puts the BHS defensive
players on the football, in therlgt United Methodist Women',
place to make a play most of
the time. of Flt /

who Defensive is quick tackle with a Keith lot of Jenkins natural 'First: United Methodist The News ? = r '
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handoff and simply took the football
away. Coach Sexton says he's seen ChurchWalnut :
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You'have honored me'above measure by allowing me to serveas ,

your Sheriff for the last, 16 years and II thank you. :We have' the hair studio

,worked together through these years,to build a better place to

live for all of us. I have tried to serve you"honestly and fairly '
'138 N. Water Street .'Starke. Florida 964-HAIR ((4247))
and Iwantto; continue to,do that but I need your: help! .


tam coming to you,for: a personal favor. I ask you to go to Our Professional;, Stctff: ,Includes: '

your place for voting next:Tuesday,Oct. 4th and mark your

ballot for'me.,'I am convinced that it is In the best interest of "r' Pat; King-Slider:

,ey ry'citizen of Bradford County that we' retain ,our present -- ,Calvin Klrland

team of deputies and, staff. ,

'i Mary Ann ,Porchlazzo

With your help and continued support,WE;WILL WIN!11 Snow

sincerely appreciate your support'and vote,on Tuesday,'Oct.4th. Diane. : '
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tnterlachen High, 3-0,, comes to 'Ing up"linebackers\ this week. In- BUS Starting Line-Ups.,.
Bradford Field at 8 p.m. tomorrow terlachen will look at the WN game
night (Friday, Sept. 301 to take on film and see how successful WN was Offense: Center: Terry '
the Bradford. High football. team, rushing the Tornadoes, llursc Whitehead, 178-12; guards: Lorenzo
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also 3-0. believes.If Hall, 176-U, and Alton Young,
This week Tornado coaches) are not, Baker will surely put a hard 190-11; tackles: Derrick' Long, 1
studying movies and looking to correct rush on the BUS eleven 207-11, and Don McDavid 1116011'light ;
,mistakes from the tough West "We'll have to get ready f firing: end: Ed Douglas, 176-12; split 4r
Nassau game. A few BHS players linebackers,"Coach Hurse says. end: Scott Duncan, 166-11; fullback:
might find themselves not,starting Nobody was injured in the WN Clint Reed, 185-11; running backs!!;
against Interlachen as the coaches game. However, starting center Rodney Mosley, 175-12,and Creg Pit-
Terry Whitehead was kicketf In the Iman, 145-12;; quarterback: Reggie
try to get across a message. Sheffield' .
Coach David Hurse wants to get forehead by a cow Saturday and 15OO.Defense
knocked cold.Whitehead lobe : tackles: Kevin Finch,
appears
by the tnterlachen game without injuries
The Baker High game, a big all right this week, but Coach 208-11, and Keith Jenkins, 173-11'I;
rivalry is the following week, and Hurse is holding him out of conta'ct. Sam linebacker: Dane Clark, U5-12;
Coach Hurse wants to be at full Tackle Jr. Ocevedo is back, after weak side end: Chris. pinkins,
strength when,the team travels to recovering from a sprained ankle. If 165-lt; strong side end: Jimmy
Macclenny. Ocevedo comes along,he'll gradual Long, 185.12; Inside linebackers:
Bill. Hamilton 197-12, and Travis
ly be worked back Into the defense.
Intt'rlachen/ is a Class '2A non-
Long, 185-11 back
; rover : Rodney .
Former'QB' John Berry has the
district The Ram defenseis .0 '
a lot opponent.like that of West Nassau, .. 'eoach cast off his broken arm. Mosley, 17512. Defensive backs: .: .....".. '" .oL, 't." .
Coach Hurse says: The Tornado offensive Hurse says Berry won't' be corner hacks: Lance Wiggins, 14"HI) I' .'.L, ...1"r. ;. .oL.."..."-.-."',--" -:-- --
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I allowed to play until released by his Terry Berry 162-10 pnd middle '
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I linemen are practicing pick- doctor. safety; Trammel! Jones, 170(-Iu.' .. -:" .::- ,, -
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but had a few breakdowns In blocking / Plus running backs Rodney Hard Runner... ".
some oncoming players assignments the coach sa id.The Mosley and Greg Piuman did a good,, BIIS'i Greg Pittman(42)race round the right; ildo of the Tornado offensive Una during the big district win over. .
Not knowing where they'd come offensive tackles are Don McDavid job running, and that. helped, nays aiuMu. ,.
from,or Coach when Clyatt they'd said.rush was a problem ''and Derrick Long. Tight end I is Ed Coach Clyatt, recovered a fumble on the second by sacking BUS QB Reggie Sheffield harrass the Warrior quarterback .. .I
Douglas. Center is yeteran Terry WN possession. four limes However, DT Keith and sacked him several times "
Yoiine Guards and Chris Lorenzo Durban Hall improved., Alton Whitehead who has been playing Big Iays..., ''The teams traded quarterback Jenkins, DT Kevin Finch, and DE DE Chris Dinkins and safety "
rpnllv well Sam linpnnrkpr flnni" ('lurk *ark,* with WN winning: that battle Chris Dinkins got through the line,to Trammel_ Jones intercepted a passCome ,

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BCT Staff Writer Sept.22 courtsey the Mobile substances coming from a variety of through the efforts of N. W. Kay team's of readiness accident which every''community ,through with regularity,
Bradford County firefighters and'' Hazardous-Material Training Unit sources including more than 20 dif Commanding Officer USN,and"we the type' .dreads, accidential ex
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This Weekend... Melrose Art Show

Schedule of Events E ii's Appliance Sales,& Service

Melrose HasI"Special"- Art Felt 10:30- Watercolor 310 E.Call Street.Starke 964-2964 ,
demonstration by Mary Lnca

Correspondent By Barney Bar Co,. Melrose the artist most. It',was of these a new\,shows philosophysince are ,year, with,, the.more festival than committee 140 participants 11 11:30-Suzuki- Playet'"S(' I. e\\Pay. Service'> ,,'.Most, .Casesj.:'),; ,

Saturday, October 1 Is a big day In designed as commercial ventures began running out of space. The new Beth William
Melrose Starting at 10 a.m. on the make money for the town and not the' bug loading zone at the school has 13 noon'' Mwlc ,We Buy Appliances Not
grounds of Melrose Community artist: Many times the, artists and taken much of the remaining free : p.m.Loom rag'weaving by; Working or
School at the intersection SR.21 craftsmen lose money after paying space, but by careful planning the VcraDa+nroe. Pactory Authorized Amana
,and SR 26, the 16th annual Arts and, for their working. materials] Investing committee managed to find room for lp.WoodCanlnS..yD; _
Crafts Festival will open with the their time in making the ISO( artists All of these slots havebeen ,Schenck. Service 6 Part '
welcoming music and patter of items, paying transportation costs filled and there' is now awaiting :3 Melrose School Rope Jumper
Master of Ceremonies Henry, De and buying display equipment and list for any vacancies which. 2.30- "' '
Loach (MJ:. DJ,)i then have to pay $30 and up for the might occur: MerylMcCrra.
Of the hundreds of arts and crafts privilege of occupying a small plot of The committee has asked anyone' :: : Looking for A Deal 0?
shows conducted 'each year ground for the snow. interested in being added to the 3p.m. by
throughout the Southeastern United :The ,concept has proved popularand mailing list for next year's event to McKlnney. f 1
States, the Melrose Festival is unique each year the show has grown in contact Jane Drisfcol), listed In the Pint refreshment and Bake Sale Check Our Classified I ( Section, on Pages 9-11 :
not only for its quality but strength' and character until last Keystone Heights directory throughout the day. r ?

because of its purpose -, .
Sixteen members of the -r-
yean: ago s- ,
Melrose School 9VJt
Community faculty .
and ,residents of the town came up .",.. ,' ,
with the Idea of,having a festival to GROUND [ .o .'
the talented individual -=
help many BEEF '= -
people bring their crafts to the, ;;;;; .. -. .... .
public without having to pay expensive __ 1 ,. Fr : Wl" I I
fees for 'show ,space, which wn wi sus -=.-::.===- c .=- 'i/1/1//l j '

many could not afford. The concept ..- ,. o ._ -- T = i n" 'I' CUT FROM TOP ROUND
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was to include both the novice and ;M : 1 = I I.. III '
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expert) young and elderly, amateur __
and professional, across,the entire 1 n, Ilth'f
spectrum of more than 30 differentart

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were solicited and plans were
laid to have a show for the benefit of


Btu;rass DIXIE DARLINGHAMBURGER


FestivalSet 'BUNS QUANTITY NIGHTS BROIL I

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Oct. '6 PRICES'.WMM-OMC co..or.TOW.-GOODTHURS.WED.,r MC "


the.Spirit of'the Suwannce Park W-D: HANDI PAK 5-LB. PKG. _
29-OCT 1988
will host a ,major bluegrass .music' SEPT. 5. r
:festival October 6-7-8-9
The .festival l features Doyle THE
Lawson and Quicksilver, a Tennessee -
band that is renowned for it$ HANDIPAKSEALS
exquisite gospel harmony. Other
bands are the Nashville Bluegrass''
Band (the most popular of the newer AIR OUT TO
bands with\ contemporary sound,!, '
KEEP
Paul Adkins and Borderline, (with
'many beautiful songs written by Mr. ,FLAVOR: IN, '
Adkins about his coal'camp roots in .
West Va}? the, Foster Family '(a
well-known string band from North
Alabama),, Redwing (led 'by,Jerry
Williamson from West Va,: fast ,W-D BRAND
becoming one of the major bands in '
L'B'.
the country),' Perfect Tymmg (a .' L'B' .
,young band from Mississippi that : .' ,U S. CHOICE'
made its mark in the bluegrass band
,contest in Nashville), and Kentucky
,Blues! ,(the best,young band In Kentucky -, ,P,' (,;t l
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The Spirit of the Suwannce i it a 500
,acre facility, along the Suvvannee.
located on US 129 seven miles north of Live,Oak and near 1-75 and 1-10. F
Tickets are $16 in advance'((before BONE jN'tHO1CEBE $ 98
Oct 1)for the full Thursday through 2
,Sunday weekend, and $20 at the'' SIRLOIN STEAK' .'. .ts .
,11.,, gate Youngsters and under are IWO BRAND U.S. CHOICE' BEEF
:free, Day tickets are $8 for Friday, ., .. ,... ." BONELESS ,;.
$10 for Saturday, and $5 for Sunday ', "';'''I\\? ": ."Vit'nq'"'nDELMONICO STEAK'' 'la.. $4S7",
'There is a $20 charge for 'reserved,
,camping for four nights. ,it I TM W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF
For further information write to, "' !,:.:'\". ,' BONELESS BOTTOM ,.$-197

Route 1, Box 98, Live Qak;' Fl,32060, .. 'I ,..,} ,ROUND ROAST. it
or call.904-364-1683; IO17
I ',i-l., W-O BRAND U.S, CHOICE BEEF.
Chance' 'Irvine' : ,: ';": BONELESS TOP '$.
Now Chairman ROAST.
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For, Mack's Campaign- ;, CHOICE BEEF
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'U.S, Senate candidate' Congressman PRICES GOOD IN THE FOllOWING. WINN-DIXIE LOCATION: TOP $O37
Connie Mack,*' .' ROUND STEAK, u
(R-Southwest'Florida) has announc': ._""r If an.oorqownror.maarre.-aunanEwwr STARKEr .s 4: WoO BRAND U 8, CHOICE/ BEEF
ed that Chance Irvine of Orange 'I BONELESS BOTTOM <
Park will serve Alachua, County $237 '
ROUND STEAK. .
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Political Chairman for. Mack's.U.S., u
'Senate, raceIrvine .
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tative fot District 51 and a long-time'
activist wilt be .rr. fir'
Republican responsible ;
for planning and implementing Mueller w'
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,l : Shear Design ,Play "Oliver" Comes to Starke in October I ,;x


O /%'( ,118S.Thompson Street.964-4151 The Bradford Community Playersare the most exciting musicals ever performed ''from 6 p.m. to""' 7:30: p.m. ''and joins a group bf children pickpockets ;:,
-, currently rehersing for their October in this area. showtime is 8 p.m. Tickets for the who are watched over by the kindly ,
production of the Broadway hit Dinner performances are scheduled dinner production will be 1250. but greedy Fagin. Audiences will be '
musical "Oliver", to be held at the for October 21, 22,28 and 29, and This year the Bradford Community cheering Oliver on as he is befriend'i''i'ied
.Starke Golf and Country Club Oc will offer a hot and cold buffet Players'' are offering two 'addi- by the Artful Dodger,Nancy and
Mr. Tim's Perm Special ,tober :21, 22, 28, and 29. Local talentof featuring\ ham and turkey and a tional performances for those who Kindly Mr: Brownlow When evil Bill
more than 42 children and adultsare variety of vegetables and salads! arid( wish to attend the play only. These Sikes tries to kidnap Oliver from the ,I'
$ working hard to make this!one of ,.dessert. The buffet(win |H< KIIM'I i "it) 'performances will be held Sunday, only hnome he's ever known, his l I t fA
Peg $40.00 NOW 30.00 October 23 at 2 p.m, and Thursday friends risk their lives to save himt' '1
October at 8 p.m, for the reduced, Early ticket reservations are en- }

Ask, Mr. Tim about the new Spiral Wrap Looking for A Death?' price"Oliver'of$5' is the story about a Santa couraged Fe and Community may be purchased College' and at 't

young boy, brought up in a London Mitchell's Drug Store in Starke, or .
Check Our Classified Section on Pages 9-11, Workhouse where he causes so much by contacting 964-8498 nOr 964-8210,
"We Like to Keep You Looking Good"' trouble he Is sold to an undertaker.
Oliver the
: excapes undertakers and
a-- PSC Approves FPL "

Request to,Lower .. ;,
Winter Electric'Rates ( J

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Oil BEET /' t'IP approved Aug. 17 Florida .
Power&Light Company's request to ,,;
decrease electric charges by nearly 1''
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V1 ,-. ,\ I\ '"" Beginning Oct. 1, an FPL 1,000 '
HALF
i or F I', kilowatt-hour residential bill will 'y'
U.S.D.A total $74.90$5.30 below electric ,
prices currently in effect and among '
/ X the lowest bills in the last five years. :".,
>'"" INSPECTED'RYER The lower charges for the utility's \
"", 2.9 million customers would be effec- '
tive through March 31, 1989. :
A utility spokesman{ said slightly ,,,
lower''fuel oil prices, coupled,with' ''i
the benefits of FPL's ability to use a !
variety of, economical, fuels, have ,
helped to reduce winter bills. FPL's
fuel mix includes nuclear power, ?
natural gas,oil,coal and power pure (
RIBEYE chased from other utilities. t
QUARTERS Over the last five years, the con ,,'
> sumer price index shows the cost of
goods and services has'increased, 3
16.3 percent.-By comparison, total
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charges on a, typical 1,000 kwh i
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residential bill this winter 'are ex- '
pected to be only about 4 percent ""J
more than 1983 electric charges. ; .j
Winter bias also would be 13.5 per {,
cent below FPL's electric charges in ,I I.'
: 1984 whenn skyrocketing oil prices'and ,"' ,j 11
:37 construction costs due to heavy .. : ':
$ customer growth: forced bIlls to an' :0
all-time high;;' '4;


9-11 .LB. Seven Steps'.ToSuccessful 'I!

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Santa Fe Community College is offering ;
U.S. CHOICE:
a FREE program'to single
parents and displaced homemakerswho
want to start a career, change
careers,or re-enter'the,.workfor .e-. j
after a break in employment. ,
a ( The program focuses-on helping ,:'
individuals become successful in'
both life and job skills. It features ii
communication and assertiveness '
Skills,stress and time management, 'i,
career planning, job search technr- ::1
W-D BRAND U S. CHOICE BEEF W-D BRAND U S CHOICE BEEF; HARVEST FRESH 'dues, interview skills and information "' Ii
BONELESS $ 9T BONELESS $O26 1 r SWEETPOTATOES on training education resources'j, \'l
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CHUCK ROAST RIBS..I I Anyone interested in this program
,Ls SHORT u ,"h' : ;
should
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Woo BRAND U 8. CHOICE BEEF. LEAN ..i, SFCC at 864-5382 4681717.' ,
, CHUCK xi $2.3.'l--., ..CHOPPED SIRLOIN or"$227 ,,'. y ...,' .,{\\ [ The class will or meet on Monday' (1\
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, STEAILP GROUND ROUND | "t );. and Wednesday, evenings from 63Q.;
W-D BRAND U S.CHOICE BEEF' W-O BRAND U 8. CHOICE .',; .' 2' 9" Get the Bigger Picture; 930; pm. at the Starke Campus ,
October t'
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, $195 at the Smaller; Price! November 16.
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RUMPROAST u > . u There are no fees for this pro'C
W-O BRAND U S.CHOICEBEEF '" BULK gram, but pre-registration, is', re ,
WINN.DIXlg(; Now's the time
BONELESS TOP HARVEST FRESH 2ge, to' ,quired. \,
u$317u Is-Proud to be YELLOW ONIONS Participants will be encouraged to I
SIRLOIN STEAK ,. '. ': 1 a SPONSOR of, Vie, tryout our 4"' print.W.D ., develop specific career goals and
BRAND US. CHOICE BEEF ,I I f HARVEST FRESHFLORIDA plans with the guidance of.a trained ".
T.BON' NBC'S'Telecasf 59 e Receive on set of pictures with to ,instructor. ,,

,STEAK, WI P .,. ,l $4"O98 _14' SUMMEROLYMPIC of f the 1988 'AVOCADOS r.'.,.. .. '(A 37 prints.% mom Pay image our everyday area than standard standard up print size Call now to register for the,class. ',J JThe'
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BONELESS $ HARVEST FRESH e price. i 1
2 9 Special( 0".'by request only .
CHARCOAL STEAK 'td NBC SPORTS GAMES CABBAGE y .._ .'.' la ,Avallabl.lrom. 11 at FPC .i ila
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WttOLI"IIED NICE a 8LOW A.T SOO'ShowlngTuesday':

A+rN BARBEtlK Showing' ",

'CHICKENS Starts Fri., Sept. 30
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ALL'VARIETIES DRAFT or LIGHT THE WEST WAS WILD '

SHOP OUR WINN-DIXIE CREST $. 1 08, $ 00 .-
46.1- BILLER 2. 5
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PHARMACY FOR PROFESSIONAL TOOTHPASTE,,,- tusE Fat ,YOUNG GUNS ?) :

SERVICE. CONVENIENCE AND sE opt PEPPERMINT 97 y ( 'rfs.oo...... Np.ICM HONCY'CURSEw "

LOW, PRICES. ,MOUTHWASH, .-. 240.$2: R,-,-= 12PAK 12 or. $4 9'9 ....., .(: -. \' BAKED' HAM I SCREEN TWONIGHTMARE J I ,
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,ALL VARIETIES WHITE ZINFANDEL lilts etc. $499" LR PART 4 '
SALON SELECT 93 rated: R ";
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"We have the training but we need State Farmers Market on US 301. iy chlorine container was used beyond' its home base in Jackson- tr+
the basic equipment locally to res'-' The men also trained in the use of 'hooked up to an air compressor to ville, 4
pond to a possibly ,situation," said protective suits, a hot, cumbersome simulate,the pressure.of the escap-'
Hardee. assignment to those in the suits as ing gas. The large trailer contains a radio'
'The alt day exercise included the volunteers found out. Chlorine, one of the most common equipped command center which
hands-on training aids and the The suits,which have a total of six substances in industry where it is us- coordinates the activities, of Its ;
equipment necessary for such an ex different layers of materials to pro ed to purify water, instantly seeks operators, with those of local ;
ercise,"said Hardee "We really ap- tect the operator from exposure to, water when exposed to the air and firefighters and emergency person-
preciate ,NAS Jacksonville. Fire hazardous chemicals during an accident can accumulate in the lungs where it nel. It also contains computer equip:;
Chief Roy,Bryant ,who brought his ,also protect the men from fires can be fatal if ingested.. ment for running training Simula
I personnel as well as the equipment and have their own selfcontainedair The "chlorine kit" brought by the lions and storing a "data base"of its A _
F. W Lanier, Captain supply, HAZ-MAT crew contained a wedge activities, and the latest techniquesfor
Captain
'William Lawson, Lt. J. D. Bosbot- Putting on the suits was a real task and chain rig for lifting an stabiliz- handling hazardous materials.
tom, U Charlie Wright, Lt. Nelson it took over three men"on the out- ing the leaking tank, a cap for seal-
Dave Martin side" to assist the man in the suit ing off the supposedly broken valve,
Bruce and firefighter training in the exercise 'Time inside one of the cumbersome, and an auxilary line for draining the It is hard to match for cost'efficiency ink ,. t
also help: provide but vital outfits is limited so( if two' dangerous gas from the broken con in training, but the challenge 2aY
Participating were, Starke men are-dressing;, they have to be tainer to a secured J tank )'n a safe. still lacing local personnel is the"
Cecil Crawford, Tom ,perfectly synchronized in their location. ability of their communities to afford :'
firefighters Jeff Harpe, Rex Siemer, Jim- dressing time. The HAZ-MAT unit Is believed to some of the basic equipment used '
Rowe Davis, Brian Stephens, Gerald After the dressing' in stage" the!: be the first of its type in the countryand in the trade a shortfall which
my and paramedics Dan Cud- real challenge began = closing off a has the ability to "spread the may come back to haunt some communities
Waters and Nelson Breen The suspected "chlorine leak" coming word" about safe hazardous as growth expands into rt
dtngton ''ws. ooncltirted .hohinn t".. from .a pressurized tank. For the material handling to many naval formerly rural undeveloped areasof "1Is
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Tide-arms,according to acting Chief gins.' 3HR.1 1/2 Bath
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The officers completed this training GRIFFIS CONSTRUCTION CO. ,
Tuesday, Sept. 20 at Santa .Fe
Community College. PHYSICAL THERAPY i Highway 301 South f Starke ,
In-service training for all officers'' OPEN: Mon.-Frl. 8 a,m..Ill 5 p.m. Saturday-8 a.m.tl Noon
is. now being scheduled starting in Jerry: Flsbm:', PT
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1'\:!!\' 'tight yean ahead of the rest,the TRX-IOO hasarr.'ved.. Clark "in' article in the Bradford
't, with galaxy of advanced features hat dike the mystery was quoted an County Telegraph anda
n oul of satellite TV,and pul more fun and convenience in;', ', September ,17, 1988 Florida Times Union article, saying 'that he
these LCD
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The,I Difference' ]: I L Built-in VideoOpher II descramblir module,automatic "recently defended the Sheriff's, Department role in the probe
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Full C and' Ku band compatibility.20-Favonte detailing its cooperation with state 'and federal, investigating

i. channel hull-function programmability.wireless remote" | I agencies. He;said that department... in 1984 asked the FDLE'toinvestiage '

TRX-100 : ;- control On-screen Internal display.data Parental bank. local drug activity when it became apparent the agencieshad

.Integrated Receiver Descra control.And many more I neither' the manpower nor 'the, 'expertise needed for the

"oul super of features this world.that are" Investigation.,Yet we see that the combined officers (full time; ,part,

{ time, and auxiliary) of the Sheriff's Office, have '183 years ,of

t r experience apd thousands. hours, of training. '

,The NEW. Sheriff's Department under the, leadership; of Kenneth

Etheridge will continue, work with other law enforcement agenciesbut

!II iEr we' will have the, expertise to handle the drug problem in'Bradford

.County.. ALL of the.deputies,,will have equal amounts,of training in

basic police' 'standards ,and extra hours. of training in specialized

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}t 332 W. MADISON ST. 2562 BLANDING BLVD. SHERIFF BRADFORD
MIDDLEBURGSTARKE COUNTY
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Mrs. Mary Grantham 'Idaho:JJ a sisterEllen, Ha nlpy of New sisters;; Pearlie' Croft of Lako never'grow, ,IJldI'dd./ ,; ; ,,\:('1/1'' i l. #1W4; he wan Kaj-tiht. :. ," I Jorn;; 6<.Vjfcr Path} 1&1 'J
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth' Sheppard Bern-- N.C.; II liruiMlchildrcn land. Bulkier, Regina Kelly IIf SlIIrkt and "'I'i n., ". ",""f "SadlyniissViflhyHarriotHrlcstirUrd Survivors"include'' his with, Mrs JjtrJ; (.k.lyhei' bath; ;.HI,74
Grantham five great-grandchildren. Edith Crews of Jacksonville! ;, Lye Mary Louise Schiller; two Miw,. SS
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died
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Memoriali/ulion: fur Mr. I lang; will' 'grandsons, and two great S
Jack, Jr. of SUrke and Ti/nolhy '
Sept. 21 at St.
Vincent's Medical Gprl "saw l.he.rcjjrJ wari getting .
cremation with burial at (
Center after brief be. by u grandchildren.: Schiller oi Germany; four brolfihrx! ,
Mrs. a Illness later date.'Jones"'uncraillomc is in Graveside funeral ''HCrvicl.I' weN Hotter* of McCnlliiitisr, Ok,, M and fHJWI, the hula were: hard \.ti
in Union Grantham was born and lived charge of arrangements held Sunday at South Prom Card of ThanksThe Punket both of Hartshorne, Ok and tUrr.blIt.: J n"y r.U>vd his.

Jacksonville County in 1962.until She moving was to a Cemetery In Baker County with Iwv.Art family of Lori Mcl-h-wcll bill of San Jose, Calif; ; a iister.Mrs loving rye and whl jp n-ed: ,, t
housewife. Mrs.Audrey ParrishMrs. Peterson officiating. Arrangements Price would like to thank all th;people Pauline S Hallway of Hartshorn', "I'eac.e lie Thine": and hie: lefta '
Survivors include two daughters, Al'drey B. Parrish 69, of Funeral were handled Butler by Archer who showed their kindness with ,Ok.; and three grandefuldren.: t.auUrul', rnrrnkiry. a
Home of Lake
Barbara Pease and Jeanie Lloyd Brooker, died Saturday at her home prayers, food, tails! cardii.fl iwcrSi/ Military funeral services will be borrow t6o great to he: told
.both Of Jacksonville three .following an apparent heart attack. and especially( their time conducted: Thursday Sept. :Wat 1))Ia
; sons Mrs Eleanor Rodney hut to u,. who loved fcjvl knew
James D. 'Grantham Charles' W. A lifelong 'resident of Bradford All the' help; was very, deeply ap- m: at the Chapel: of Archie Tanner,
Grantham and James R. Pease, all County, Mrs. Parrish retired from Mrs. Eleanor' Christine Rodney, "predated, Funeral fit inns with Rev hen her; her rnerhory WIlt ji of Jacksonville; two brothers, Sunland Training Center in 1978,as a 69, of Starke, died Saturday, Sept.. A special thanks, to Steve Kulc'h Bryant officiating, Burial will be in' grciw old
Herbert Sheppard of Lake City and cottage supervisor.. She was a 24 In Bradford Hospital following" an and his htafi at Jones ,Funeral I come Crosby: Lake Cemetery uml :r the missed by
Ernest D, of member of New River Baptist extended illness. for their kindness\ and comfort. direction. of Arthie! 'J 111:1"1': KunftTdl
Sheppard Zephyrhills; Church. Born in Moscow Pa., on June 16, Usa, Benny Carter ll'jmtt ol' !Starko Harriet Priest lard
a sister Lucille Keear of Lake
Butler 21 grandchildren and 21 Survivors include her husband 1919, Mrs. Rodney moved to Stark ,Wink, l.oren Price
great-grandchildren'. Herbert; a daughter, Barbara Parrish in 1973 from Bentley Creek Pa. She ,
Bush of Gainesville; two sons was a homemaker
Graveside funeral services were andLarry Survivors include her husband, Jack U. Schiller','
J.T. Parrish' of Lake Butler
held Union Sept.County 24 at Midway with Rev.Cemetery Wilbur in Parrish of Brooker;, 11 grand- Calvin C. Rodney) Sr,; five Jack Dempsey .Schiller, M, of Bradford
children and four ''great daughters Elearnor Sechrist of 'Starke, died Sept. 25 at his Mme orJ
Regar officiating. Archer Funeral grandchildren. Morganton, N.C., ,Isabell! Fuller of Crosby Lake following a brief illness Center
of Home of Lake butler, was. in charge Funeral services were held Tues Bin hamton, N.Y., Lorraine Miller l" Chiropractic ..
arrangements.Joseph day at the New River Baptist Church Of Cortland N.Y., Joan Loup of En- Born and raised in llartshorne,
II,- with Rev. 'James Countryman and dicott, N.Y.., and Betty Tyler, of 'Okla.) he erved' for 22 years in the' 218,8. Walnut St. '
Lang Rev. Cecil Turner officiating. Burial Moscow Pa.; two sons, Calvin Jr., U.S. Army He moved to Starke in '
Joseph Henry Lang, 81, of Lake' was in New River Cemetery under of Starke and George Rodney of ,Next to the Chamber of Commerce
Geneva died Sept. 23 in North Fla the direction, 'of Archer Funeral Melrose; a brother George Chesna 964-4957
Regional Medical Center in Home of Lake Butler. of Binghamton, N.Y.j; a sister,
Gainesville following an extended il- Lillian Norieka of Postcrane N.Y., The

lness. ', David C, Pearce twenty grandchildren and 'three, arden Store ,
Born July 22, 1907 :ln Brooklyn Pearce 1 t-grandchildren.. PAIN ONTROL.
David C. 87, of Lake
N.Y Mr. Lake Funeral held atFPCFiORTOA .
Lang moved to services were Sept. Headaches T"
Butler died 22 in the Oaks
Geneva in 1986 'from Pompano Residential, and Sept. RehabilitationCenter 27 in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Neck & Arm '
Beach He was a retired route Pastor John Wagner and Father .
in Gainesville following an Mid Back
salesman in the laundry and bakery Philip Gagon officiating. Intermentwas
'extended illness.
in under Low Back & Leg INJURIESItttal'
businesses and a Protestant. Crosby Lake Cemetery
Born in Union Mr,Pearce
Survivors include three County the direction of Jones Funeral Home WOf\ **<-
lived in Miami for
daughters. Lorraine ,Carstens of twenty County years Starke.. so.u
before moving back to Union
Lake Geneva Joan Mayer of Goose p..--.l
,Creek. S.C., and/ Janet Boo of ''In 1965. He was a bus driver until with his' Thank You ,. .401. A........
Miami Transit Authority ,
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Chester; N.Ya ,Joseph H. '
son The family of the' late Myrtice
retirement.
Lang, Jr.,. of Pompano Beach; a Survivors, include a daughter. Christine Harmon would like to 'DR. W.I>A\'IDSIK.S
brother Edmund Lang of Lewiston Alice Snowden of Lake-Butler;,three thank each and everyone for the 'Nw.l DR. RICHARD c., t'LLER .i
various ways of kindness shown dur- CHIROPRACTIC. 1'1I\'SlC1415:
'ing-their moment of bereavement. Tilt,TEAM APPROACH
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I CHIROPRACTIC CARE 'THEN YOVtNltD ,IT

: Conservation 'Program In Memoriam PEST Q "14 HOURS, A DAY" T DAYS Au. EEK .,
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In loving memory my beloved 964-5745 '
aunt, OKLEE CASON ALTMAN CONTROL Q 964495724 HOUR BEEPER

A new' national' public service,' free numbers 1-800-THE-SOtL. Born October 6, 1913;, Died October, CHEMICAL CO.' .otek.H.'i' M..rt t-4...'.a',..II .,.,....- '
campaign on soil and water conservation 'Callers will be mailed a packet containing -, 18, 1974LGod ,- _..
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Bradford 'and saw the'road was getting' Ii
is now under way in general information : i
County, The'year long "We Owe H easy-to-use tips on how to conservesoil rough, the hills were hard to climb.
'To Our Children campaign will em-\< !) and water., He gently closed his loving eyes and ;
phasize simple ways everyone can' ''The packet will also include information -', 'whispered, "Peace Be Thine"" and 1988 :;F'LEETWOO'D.36R
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conserve soil and water.,The campaign ", on the conservation provi he left a beautiful memory a sorrow ,
will also stress the longterm'Importance sions of the 1985 Farm Bill; too great to be told, but to us who loved .
oC these resources'to volunteering and thesTake Pride inAmnrira -< and knew .her, her memory,will 2BA :Pd blew de -
both America and the world. nrncrarn -
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; call be doing is protecting our Soil 'GOOD HEALTH 14,9 OO o
and water resourcesnot just for us. $1g" -
but for all Americans who will follow DOESN'T '6& c '
.. ,' us" said Joe Reichert of the Brad .1 Shingled roof. woo;\ ah. cg, plywood: floors delivery and
ford Soil''and Water Conservation ALWAYS, ,,10pe1 let-up. Fleetwond: 1 )'t. warranty and ExtenJed Warranty '..P
District LAST FOREVER
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< ; Factory Direct Means Wholesale Prices only' .atl I
take care of. Millions of acres are 'So twins the time to plan ahead .: ,
.' being conserved wisely by farmers In case illness hits your family. \
i"and ranchers right now* We'd like to' I jJ THE HEALTH INSURANCE PLAN ,
offers from finanell.ldisaster
recognize: their efforts, and Invite protection,' W; : I
.H others to join in because here' still Quality Homes ,. .. .. .
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The effort to 'increase nowledge .Comprehensive Medical : -- ,
about conservation is especially important Coverage wherever you go. '
((9Q4)) 752-8627
right now, Reichert said. Life dependents.Continued Insurance. for members and' "1'

Under the 1985 Farm Bill, farmers Coverage after age: 65. Hwy 41H 1 (Between ')MO & US' 90)) Lake City, Florida ;
and ranchers need to develop a conservation (
., plan by the end of next
year to stay' eligible for USDA Plans For'Groups
1988 ,4BRS 2BA' 24x70
1 nelits. 'This campaign Is one important I

i''. message way'across.'we"will try to get that 'IndividualsTHE or w/optional 5 or ,6. bedroomLOADED I

Reichert said'' that posters and
television and radio announcements '; {
''Will encourage people to call a. toll- HEALTH INSURANCE PLAN t

underwritten by a national,leade/..... recommended by a 22,900 209Fireplace r .
Dinkins To ( 'or month
Ginny hometown friend. You can count on us.STEVE .
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Serve Co-Chairman, ,.vaulted ceiling-Many Extras! ,;
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,U.S. Senate candidate Congressman
Connie Mack, Representing .
R-Southwest Florida) has t announced r GEORGE ROBERTS INSURANCE, 'INC.. -,-- '
that Ginny Dinkins of Gainesville } :
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candidates 'Karate student Roland Shaeffer, breaks,
I vat Milner included, ,Maxie two concrete cap blocks'as fellow students ,', : .
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agency stressing and the its r saa as,s.s.ass That DuPont 'is being forc-
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site selection 7 ; p eMa anaaas! as.r.a+r edto( set aside'218 acres for
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treatment. "species of special
Crady Lawtey Mayor Rep. :, concern"), while. ''only 320
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hazardous waste treatment
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passers-by. ", '' '.'' '' ,' .,'. > 'A//-,1.: ,: ,: ,. waste '.., '' '
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IF we are plagued with.this .scenarfo"; hazardous waste treatment
In this "David. VS Goliath"fight ( ,'
treatment, radius.
hazardous waste
facility Is 'on the WEST side
,., this Bradford-Union little group o/ .facility-,, with\its\, )incinerator- ,Response takes'a plunge as, residents willingly pay, to of' SR 121 In Union County
organized toxic' ,wastes from Hazardous '
,burning 1 (Ellerbee CurveTheEASTside
residents, actually won the' the ENTIRE:' STATE;: OF.FLORJDA.i .'' cidents' of SR 121 in Union County -
first step-'that of receiving' a ,,will our: '
hearing \\on the"flawed"siting' \ ,be able to market their"'pro"; 'dous Did You Know: ,.., posed solid waste'' landfillfor
'{'process. The' hearing' duce/llvestock .from:; this, ;5.2 miles:. 0.\!4; >UIt's'' NOW time for: us to ( -household garbage\
will\be\ held.in: ,December,: ('area? r get off ,our ''doo-littles' and 'THESE ARE' ,TWO

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i The Karate class'' of Instructor Richard Ilosenbeck in the 'old, armory' Benjy Bass breaks a pine board with his ..
demonstrates their exercise routines with a large audience building in ,,, ,,', ,;; ., foot while Keith Cowie (back to camera) .'"", '" "
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U-CAP.. (United Citizens 'The"air doesn't' stop"at the. That I
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area
Against Pollution) is current county line .so even'' IF -a''
have to, be : ,, .. "
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ly waging a tremendous fight, 'neighboring'county' gets h : "
this forced burdened'' 'with this |Incinerator 'of a ,. '
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upon us.,,":They need YOUR it doesn't mean we ven inmates. An estimated,147,000! Americans will > I
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,HELP in this fight+ accompltsh develop colorectal cancer this year?;/: ,

'''tact volunteers Marty.'and(or money Sally. !Gotts Con, from air! :emissions.., with,no about.half will! die from the, disease. But.,

964-7911 days ox. ,964-4589 ,when detected,early,, the.survival rate '

eves.,.,; NCER' for colorectal cancer' ,'jurppsto'more ,;

MOBILE than 85 percent.SantaFe'HealthCare. '
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has joined forces, ..'

,In the Westont'DERtsiudy, ,, HOME '. ONE 'with Eckerd Drug Stores'and WCJB-TV "' ,', ',:.' :" ,
they stated there were no endangered \ 20to! help our'community: in the fight :

'species in ,''this SPECIAL against colorectal cancer by sponsoring! .
area, when in fact, there are ; ,
are'on the en a regional screening program, through -
'species which MOBILE HOME 3 TON J ,
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dangered' list 'and. also ,. CENTRAL AIR'' ;" ,1 I .1 I : 1 Ootober 3..,

threatened s1e les. A top-notch' unit designed ';.Subject to Simply'pick ,up a free, hemoccult test,kit
(or mobile homV, .
,at'your' nearest Eckerd pharmacy.. It's an
SingleWide'Priced: from" I ; ?
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easy test that be taken in the
That the hazardous treatment ,SAWYER. privacy of your' own home.' .It's a 'simple .

facility will Neutralize ..tf..1.J.J..U. [ method of detecting hidden blood, '<, \ '
or burn" about 275"TONS of f
hazardous waste PER. ':DAyi" 1103 S. WALNUT ST. -STARKE .9 cancer.which can' be symptom ofcolorectal,
.from'the'entire state, amoun* .; ," ,
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PER YEAR;.' ,second 'Afteryou" have followed ,the pharmacist's' .

OPENING' instructions'onhow, to c mplete .the test,
Did You:'now..* cancer return the kit'to the Cancer ScreeningProgram
THE OUTREACH !ri '
That Weston/DER wants'' the envelope provided. "
to'transport to Union Countyall ,139 E. CALL STREET-STARKE In'' the : ,SantaFe HealthCare will examine the'' .

the hazardous; wastes "(( ,' t test 'samples''and notifyyou'directly' with .
from the state when in fact FRIDAY '
95' PERCENT'' of this is tn y. the, results. The test recommended

,I generated from the Orlando. "MEETING NEEDS 'If'{, 'STARKE" 'every year f for 'all men and women; ,over''
Tampa area South, (with 75 ' the of 40. '
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here perhaps it will place"human MON. THRU SAT. 9:30: a.m. 5:30 .I IN'I'A
beings" on the "en-., r% ECKERD: HOSPITAL ,
dangered or threatened.species" :HELPING 'US TO HELP .A, I E HEALTHCARE CENTER
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.News, .Briefs: .,

according to Patrolman J. M ,
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Starke Man Charged Two More Arrests .. Johnson.Smith was seen entering bya ",': '". '.\( \ : ',' It ( '" "
In Armed Robbery In Store.Breakin window the residence at 612 "I,.
: Fatrlane. When he was arrested he .'":''.,' .'' ,( .,, "" ,''"" J. .' ,, 'I'", ." .. "
A 24-year-old Starke man was arrested Two additional arrests have been had what appeared to be a crack .,' ," ', .;" ( : ',' ," ,' I '
Sept. 15 and charged with the made in the Sept. 18 break-In at pipe in his pocket, according to ( "
robbery of the Handy Way. on East Junior Food, Store near' Keystone Johnson. Bond was set at$2,000 cash'
Madison St.:in Starke. Heights or surety ('
." Two black males entered the store Patrick Michael Heskett of 'Kenneth
late Sept. 14, one pulled a small han- Melrose was arrested Sept 20 and Debra Ann Blake, 33, of Starke
dgun and pointed it at the clerk and charged with burglary, criminal was arrested Sept.24 for retail theft r
said he wanted the money out of the mischief petit theft, according to according' to Patrolman' Jerry 'f
cash register according to Deputy Barry'' King. Also chargedwas' Feltner. Blake was seen putting five ETHERIDGE
Patrolman Susan B. Wilkerson.
a 16-year-old from
juvenile
pounds of shrimp Into her purse.
When a vehicle pulled into the lot the
Keystone Heights. Heskett's bond Bond
was set at$210 she was released
suspects ran from the store. Two was set at$2,500, he was released on on her own recognizance. A
witnesses observed the suspects his own recognizance. The juvenile
fleeing the area and Lt. K.R. Hinds 'was released to HRS, said King, Winn Dixie cashier Cynthia Sheriff
Jr. arrested a suspect, Isaiah Allen., This, is the third arrest in the Lovonns Chapple was charged with .
A .22 caliber revolver was foundon break-in. Joseph Alan, Duke, 20, of retail theft after she let Blake SHERIFF/, / SHERIFF,
Allen who was identified as the Keystone Heights was char get! Sept. through the check out lane with $22
man who pulled the gun on the clerk, 18 shortly after I the break-in was worth of groceries and charged her '$8 Bradford County > -as
said Wilkerson. discovered and cigarettes' were only $2.81., Chapple''said she was .
Allen was charged with armed found missing,said King.TV's afraid of Blake. Chapple .was \
robbery and carrying a concealed \< ,
'ordered to appear in court Oct. 4,
weapon, said Wilkerson Bond was ,
Recovered according to Lt. John Hodges
set at $5,000 cash or surety. He reomains .
in custody. From'Home BurglaryTwo Other individuals arrested at Winn Dear Citizens of Bradford County::: '

Man Found Asleep ,recovered televisions which were' taken have'from been a Dixie Royce for'retail Edwards theft ,include Sept. 23 Raymond according ''We want Kenneth. Etheridge to be our Sheriff.,, He, 1
Arrested For Theft home burglary last week. to Lt. W,'C. Reno; Janet Lee' s
and James does have the experience and he is qualified: 20 ':
A'38-year-old man found 'A Pleasant Grove home was Norsworthy Uhl of Lake very
charge broken into last week with Butler Sept. 23, according ,to "
with in an loitering abandoned and house prowling was and later miscellenous items, the televisions., Patrolman Feltner:; they were also years with the Florida Highway Patrol; 6 '1/2 as.a ,police
with theft and a dishwasher reported missing, ordered to appear in court Oct. 4. of the
grand Brown was arrested Sept. according to Deputy Barry King.A ( officer with' the Apopka Police Department; one ,
23 Tommy after he was found in a house on'' suspect has been developed in Hershel Blaine Dyal,23, of Starkewas officers chosen by the Florida Highway Patrol to search
Oak Street where he had apparently the theft and is being sought by the arrested Sept.24 for forgery and ,

Patrolman been staying Gordon Smith.according to sheriff's dishwasher! is department., still missing .The mid ding uttering to a Deputy forged bank Harvey check Rhoden, accor for Kimberly Leach's body .(victim of, Ted Bundy) ;, Florida

Brown 'was identified as having King. Dyal Bond remain was set! in at custody.$5,000 ''cashonly. Highway Patrol ''homicide investigator; Florida Highway
'stolen two off oil from CSX'
cases a
railroad vehicle (pickup truck) and, Recent'' ArrestsIn Traffic 'Patrol 'officer chosen by the, Florida Department of Law
was charged with burglary of a conveyance -
according to Lt. W. C, Bradford County' Howard Len'Jones was arrested Enforcement who flew ''over Bradford County ,checking
Reno. He was also identified as having Sept 24 for driving while licnese
been seen with Kenneth Levon, by The local following'authorities arrests in were Bradford made) ''suspended (DWLS) and improper for'marijuana, growing in our ,countyand; instrumental: in, .
Aycox stealing copper'',wire from tag, according to Investigator I
County, Some have been' told and
Sunshine Electric Sept.: 17 and was Michael McClain. He was released :arrests involving drugs'

1 charged with grand theft,said Reno. Martin George Smith 21,of Starkewas after a, $311.25 surety bond was wonder why Kenneth' Etheridge has not ''been 'promoted '
Bond was set at $3,250 on the pew arrrested Sept. 24 for burgla, posted. ,
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charges.Brown was arrested in August for possession of drug paraphernalia See Page\ 11B by the Florida Highway Patrol. 'The answer to that ,is

the theft at the Roping Club and was of in Bradford -
released on his own recognizance simple enough. He, like so many ,us ,

Sept.bond was 26 an executed.order recalling that ROR Shop at I County, did not want,to leave it and to be promoted ',

Brown remains in custody. 3y ,Joan'sFashions he ',would have, been relocated., His family and '

"... theft Aycox"was'charged with bond set at with$1,000 grand, Said, friends :are here,, he wants to:work'for ,:LIS and with, us k ;

Reno. He also,remains in custody. ,. for 'the finest\ih' :clean up.oiir county, ,making our ,.streets", 's fe/.to 'walk '

To Man Buy Trying, Crack '' down, :lotir' ,schools ''safe ,for;, o children)', our hOl:11es'I: \ !

'Gets.Arrested I All. "safe enough to, be called our havens We deserve,

A'31-year-old Starke man was are'; better; jn Bradford, ,.County., Please come) out; 'and
rested Sept. 25 after ha was seen at-f LadiesFashions "

THE tempting Apartments.a buy of crack cocaine. at, '' ,vote, on October ,4th for a, safer\:.and ,better' 'place. to

Paul Edward Paulk was charged live.
with trespass,purchase cocaine, ac-
cording to Lt.,W.,C:Reno. Two men
walked up to Paulk's van parked at Starke (
Plaza r
922 E. Brownlee but ran when the officer ,

attempted approached.purchase Paulk stated crack he J. 964-7651 Friends of Kenneth\ Etheridge ';'

from the male that ran and that he' ,
.i t was smoking $400 worth of crack in I1 VISAMastcrcarc'1 y ''a,; ,
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the last few days said Reno. Paulk ,; "There"is'>5.substitute, for, experience."i :.
had sold a color TV for $15 eniimi i 4i I ,.
the day',1; ;;:;;: ,!'OJ f-'t' Layaway'Welcome ,(r"a ,
LAW ENFORCEMENT!!'
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Bond was set at $1,500 cash; only. '
'Paulk remains in custody, "

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NOTICE YARD SALE BUSINESS REAL: ESTATE

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OPPORTUNITIES 964'7716l91
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b. submitted .GARAGE SALE baby clothes, toy, .OF AREA ?05 N, ;
dishwasher lots.of
to the Bradford County piano, mix. Items r
across from KOA campground onCl00A 1000 SUNBEDS OCALA NATIONAL' FOREST Wooded
Telegraph office in writing and paid In
advance ''unless credit I I. already to Lost Valley Campground. 4 TONINGTAILESSunol.WOLFF lots river" access, 15450 Each. No Cecelia Terwlllegar
ifobllthed with this office: family tale, Friday Sot. 964.5760. Itpd Tanning Beds money down $65.4} monthly. Owner .
9/29 SlenderQuest Passive Exerciser 1-236-4579
or .622.2"38..
THI TELEGRAPH RESPONSIBLE STAFF FOR MISTAKES CANNOT BEHELD IN THREE FAMILY YARD SALE Saturday on. Call for FREE color catalogue ,OATUNiURG SUMMIT Breathtaking 1/7TF We will take you through every stage of buying a home

CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER ,II'. 8 a.m. Turn right off SR 100 alit SE Save to 50%i 1.8O.B35.3826. fcan view of Gatllnburg Mountain and ski Including'Financing! "
8th Ave. Turn right, at Storke Vet office OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE slopes. Fireplace and private balcony.
THE TELEPHONE Dreamat
Classified deadline Is TUESDAY. first mobile. home on right STORE, Choose from: J.an/Sport" Indoor pool and (ocuzzls. Monday Fulfill. Your
Oueenslie Waterbed $75: lot of stufl wear, ladles, men, children/mater Thursday Special Free brochure
NOON to Thursday-publication
prior ( if>
nity, large site*, petite,
Classified display deadline It TUESDAYS 964'1'-42. Itpd 9/29 dancewear/aerobic 1-800-242-4853. fcan .....HOMES..._
Classified, THREE FAMILY YARD SALEt gas grill bridal lingerie or SOUTHERN VIRGINIA 52 acre. $36,500. ....
P.M. 1548 .
00 Special display A RARE FIND 3BR/2BO concrete block 8 stucco, energy efficient,
accessories store. Add color analysis.Brand .
lawn mower, clothes, miscellaneousFri Bold stream ,
placement U NOT Guar nt..d. Sot.. name: Liz Claiborne, Healthtex, lakefront excellent!, I 1.09 Ac,, CH&-'. carpet, above-ground pool. Priced to sell S 62,000
S 424 N.
Water St, Itpd 9/29 fishing hunting timber .
Minimum charge for claisified, ads l I. YARD SALEt 1214 Old Rd. JO Chauty tee, St. Michele Forenzo cut 1988. Oon.vIII. STYLISH BRICK HOME, 601 Falrlane St:. 3 BR, 2 Ba, carpet, ceramic tile, CHA.
then. IS for Lawtey a m. area. Golf' library, airport. L...
15 words for t3 M. tents'
,, I and blinds remain, 1,364 ..1. S 62.000
Women, mens, children and babies Bugle Boy L. '. Camp Beverly HII., for cash. Appointment, Wayne appliances
each Word! thereafterYARD........ clothes, boy suit size 12.14. Itpd 9/29 Organically Grown, Lucia Over 2000 703. -9064. fcan long DUPLEX 2BR/2BO. Bradford Drive ,$ 43.500
SATURDAYt Multi.family, 301 S. next to other, Or $13.99 one price designed SOUTHEAST .ALABAMA '90 acre, 25 207 ALVAREZ CT 2 BR, 1 Ba. frame, fenced yard $ 17,500

t '. drive-In Playpen swings walker, multi.tier pricing discount or family, 'cultivable, balance, wooded, N.W. 29th ..VEI" BR.:2 boo stucco S frame. 20.7 acres, CHSA $ 79.40O
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+ Polly Fllnder dresses to u 6. Girl, shoe tore. Retail price unbelievablefor tree, Allotment $190Q r.ntollncam.? BETHEL CHURCH RD: 3 BR, 1 ba, CB, wood floors, 1185 *.f., 5 acre S 60,000

SALE jackets, little boys clothes to ... 2; eke top quality ,shoes normally priced View creek public water, old house, CONERLY ESTATES 3 BR. 2 ba. FP, 1800*f., easy financing $ 82,000
I cond, clothe for adult 964.6140. Itpd from $19 ro $60. Over 250 brands 2600 HUNTINGI I 40000. Barren Strother CRYST"'LL"'KE. furnished log cabin 98 ft..on water, I 1BR/1 Ba, $ 90.000 .

MULTI FAMILY YARD SALE Saturday B.4 9/29 styles, $17,900 to $29.900 Inentery, Broker', SOUTHERN PROPERTIES, P.O. GRAHAM 3/2 2.78 Ac.. 1930*.f., CH&A $ 85,000

"p.rrv. Behind Hampton Post Office. Lots .YARD SALE clothes, tool, furniture and training, fixtures, airfare, grand openIng Box-755. Troy Ala. 36081. 262 MYRTLE ST: II\.from., newly remodeled, 1 4&A $ 30.000
of miscellaneous ,and 'clothes of. oil( lots of misc. Thurs 929Sat.. ID/1 etc. Can .open 15 days Mr Mor- 205566-1 870. 205-735-2442.fcan I SO CHIC SO CHEAP newly remodeled 3BR IBo, freshly
sizes, Itpd 9/29 101,1 N.\Thompson St. Irchg 9/29 phi ((612)) ) 888 '1O09. Itpd 9/29 painted, new carpet, 628 Pinewood St., Reduced $ 25.500
FREE DETAILS how rich and
OCTOBER It' 3'% mile W '100 behind to get buying I ROAD 230-Ei 2 tory, CB > frame, 3 BR, 1''A $ 45.000

Pine Level Church 8 til 6 p.m. Itpd29', PERSONALSBIBLE selling 5000V.foreclosure Danville.properties CA 94526.Box COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 1205 BLANDING STl CB, 3/1 3/4 ba, CHSA 3/4 acre S 45,000

SEPT JO-OCT. It Hwy, 16 East, Toy, Foreclosure 25 RENTLEASESALE4COP SMAtU"'RM'3.83 Acre, frame 31532 '.f. $ 36,000
expert,
.knack knacks household Item, handmade location, reveals everything years fcarv fame, 315 N.MYRTLE: Neat and tidy 3 BR, :2 bo' S 45.000
ON CASSETTES narrated by Alexander
craft Petite tp En-Large clothe AUTOMATIC VENDING of candy, chips. HWY. 2251 2/1 frame, 3 stall barn,newly rewired 2 Ac. $ 32.500
Scourby. Manufacturer liquidation LIQUOR LICENSE Bradford County
for bike con
the family. BMX racing and snack No> selling. service company I 112S NEIL COURT: 3 BR, 1 lBo, carport owner financing $ 36.000
S33.2365 4pm. Itpd IfW sale. Over 50 percent off. Ideal for for sale. Good for any retail liquor
KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR. 1 Ba. 1500 '.'. wood frame $ 50.000
accounts. Excellent to ;
Christmas earnings buslneis ,
Free brochure. Box I.e. store'
TWO FAMILY ,YARD SALfl Sot, B Sun, giving package lounge,
:. $3,000 BROOKER, 3/2 brick and frame Oaks S/D extra lot S 44,000
850 Hemet CA fcrm monthly. $8,000 to $16000 Investment bar Shady ,
92343 restaurant motel fraternallodge.
Oct. 12. 9 a.m.-4,3Dp.m., Toward ,
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SR 100, Air. required 1 800 548 5029, toll No food sales required Broker MEND DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB CHSA. near. $ 40,000
Keystone on past Keystone lr. .
port, turn left on CR 18 to end of the R.V.s. CAMPERS; anytime v protected. Call George 813.7864222.pd | DUPLEXES FOR REl'T' 350/mo.

road. Itpd 9/29' TRAILERS LAND FOR SALEHISTORIC 10/13' .....LOTS A ItEAGE..... !'' ,
BIG YARD SALE Sot S Sun. 3 miles Weston TRAVEL ,, FOR RENT Office spate or retail sale | tOT 9. GOLFAIR RD Country Club Estate, 1.11) acre, Make an Offer I $ 8.700
SR 100. off 301. Itpd 9);?9 r area. Downtown Starke.' $300 per '
line $25500
Alachoa
HORSE FARM for sale, 40 acre month. Call 964.6305, John TF HWY. 32510 acre joins County ,i'
$'TU.O"'YONLYI 8 a m-3 .m, 514 ,
p STARCRAFT POP-UP CAMPER good con. I 10'.000MICHIG..N '
CONERLY ESTATES Lot 10 $
between Storke and Lake Butler Farmhouse FOR LEASE 1250 ft 301 South.
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Weldon St. Clothes and lurnilure. Itchg dition q acrossfrom "
new .tires, sleeps 6-8. $7000. '
STREET 2 Acre Inside city $ 10.000
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9/29 6 stall barn, paddocks, high new KOA/Walmort Alto 2000 tq
THREE FAMILY SALEt' Frl 8 Sot, 95pm. 1970 964.6174 GOLDEN after ISLEt 5pm..contained.Itpd 9/29 'and dry pasture. 160000. Starke ft for leo... Call 964.8848, 964.6447, or RD. 100 EAST 1.37 acres, wooded" and platted $ 7.000
child awning 9,64-5078. 4tpd 98.29 'evening; 473.3627. 8/4TF LAWTEYt acres, 105th Ave,, good Investment $ 15.000
Dinette set, camper ,ice boxt sleeps 6. first'class condition.
desk lawn '.mower potted plant! : 9645116. Itehg 9/29 BY OWNER 3 acres on Foriyth Rd. 350 ftfrontage. OFFICE SPACE 500 *q. ft, for rent on RD. 100 E: 12 acres plut fish pond wide open spaces, ,($ 26,000,

clothes, more. 100 West,. Crosby lake. 24 FT.,TRAVEL TRAILER self-contained $3.50O' per acre. Also 6.80 Hwy 301, Storke.. ,Apply' at Durronce PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.t 20.16 acres.3 wells., :2 pole '$ 50.000
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Rd. Itchg 9/29 'Very good condition. $2500' will acres for, $2500 per acre. ,Call Pump & Supply. 964.7061. 8/25TF CROSBY LAKE LOT:cleared 100' on water $ 19,800
I" SEVERAL ... P'children/odulf trade far truck of equal or Value, 1-407.464.6827. 10tpd 9/15-11/7? WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246.,Flo Frontier $ 15,000

clothes, household and miscellaneouaj' ,473.2091. "Itpd 9/29 0, -- .-- ......COMMERCIAL..,..' .

Items. Sot 10/T 8.2 p.m.f across'from, 1912, MOTORHOMEi Coachman 26' 28k LOOKING FOR A DEALT Two prime acre. 301 S.:, Reduced to ,1 $85.000
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Western Auto. Hwy, 301).,Itchg 9/29 mile, roof air. 5 kw Onan generator ('z LOCATION LOCATION! This prime camm.rclallocalla" 507 W. Madison St..,

BIG YARD SALEt' several families' rear. bath tub/.hower,. futr-Ow"lng'; ;; 9644469REALTyra directly across from WlnnDlxie, could be converted to your needs.RD. .
childreni clothes, mlc, Items' 1 mile gyp '
chrome wheels, under !shelter,.
k.pt 16 WEST Four duplexes $130,000
hil4Bia
South of lawtey on 301 from '
acrpst $16,900.964.6289 after 5 9/29 ( .
p.m.llpd SUPER COMMERCIAL Great two story building corner Call & Walnut St.,
Corradlnes Itchg 9/29 \\"hrn M-llliiK rev.) tatne'xhv m-llle, for li'lllng. lh, whole. town when you can teD Ihy shots world!
'HAMMOND BUIISING N.,301,: '& Ham 3198 ..f., clean, excellent condition, live upstairs, have

mend ,Rd Fr\.Sat.Sun\ : 8., p.m. HOMES Listing Agent for VA Acquired Properties -Area/& II business downstairs. Best location! Enterprise Zone Benefits $ 60,000
Upstairs.' MiscellaneousItem.., used 3.34 ACRES-301 South: 190',on 301, 94' zoned commercial 96' zoned
furniture, ,'.clothes, old gloss, bottle, FOR SALE'TWO MOBILF HOMES ','Two Story, House, Remodeled, very Open Rural, small 1 BR home S singlewlde* CB bldg., utility! shed $ 62.000

antique sewing machines, material' .17} NEW MOON 12x60 with approx "'<.. LAND

(yardage), knit trousers, uniform, 'EDROOM'HOM\! ;needs repair. 1Q;acre, ,North of Lawtey, .S.R. 100 A: Six Acres, LAKE BUTLER: 12 unit trailer park $ 55.000 I

new tires, baby crib car ..at. MAKE Low down to qualified buyer Need to 105th Ave. Off 301 N. wooded 8.50 ac, w/well 301 SOUTH 193 it. 301 frontage $ 85.000

ME AN OFFER I (Itchg 9/29 establish monthly Income, $12,0000. .191} Fleetwood 52x24, 3 BR, 2 Ba.CHAA 8 septic THOMPSON ST| 11,3621.f.. brick Enterprise Zone, Benefits' $ 80.000

,SOFA, RECLINER CHAIR. table and 9U.372.6881. Btpd 8/11.9y29 1 acre near Bedford Lake. ,'Lawtey: )8 acre with 600 ft. Hwy. 301 N: 1.Secret, MH llook'lIp, 2bldgs, 240' on301, great value' $37,000
chairs chest 'of drawer,- sofa hlde-a $29,500 large 3 BR block home lrStarke .. 'W3 Fleetwood 52.24. 3,BR, 2 Ba, 125 frontage 301 NORTH: by EconoLodge; .165. '9n 301' $120.000

bed dishes, mist, 624 N' lake St.. corner ,,central 'heat AC. 17267651.. CH&A, front/rear patio, dbt, car City: on. acre on Laura St.,,room for 301 NORTH approximately 150'.x opprax. 220' $125.000 |
of lake St. ond CR 16
9/29
Itchq 91TF.JordanAcency btat..
garage Highridge KeystoneHt several ,..ld.ntlallol.,, --- .
*,, many' extras.HOMES .City 1.38 Ac., great of fie'* location.Crtyr '*' After Hour ; ,
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B AC.EAGIIio .' SR' lOXH;Oocre.|ii>atennel< | :Anne} ) T/erwlHcgar1' Ne/l<>n-W Hit- ,. .b; 'S.75.1

Inc. '..G.lg.r.Rd.t. 2100 *.f. brick veneer, Commercial' development area. John Longford Masflr'Appratser; ''" "'0-496-2291
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,approxj.lO' acres 4 BR. 2 Ba, CH&A HOMES Pauline 964-3160 I
) Randolph
city water& gas, front porch with swing '
FmHAi Several nice 3 BR, 1 V> 'Ba Thornton 964-4223
964-5237 sunken Joy
,June Norman, Andy Jordan ottchmt living room, $23 000 to $39,000. '
family room with Ig. brick fireplace, .Ca' '
".- Rd 3BR, :2V Ba, CHSA,
formal dining room, central vacsystem
garage, carport,' chain, link fence ,
Mobile Home Insurance new carpet. .yard.
I Union/ Ctyi' 135 acres, 2700 sq ft.
brick home, -St. Clair St 1 2 BR, T Ba, CH&A. with GLORIA MUSIC; HOUSE ,(Studio)

large family roam:, .
BUILDING LOTS Walnut St.* 3 BR. 2 bo. CHSA, Ideal INSTRUCTORS, RICHARD KELLOGG 6V GLORIA BRYANT
little Lake Santa Fet 100x160 ft. loti for the large family., [ LESSONS; : GUITAR BANJO AND ELECTRIC BASS
441. W.
Madison St. Starke
new septic; tank, approved for well, CR 225 3 BR, t be. CH&A on t acre

power source to 'lot. near lawtey. for the out-of.towners. CALL 964-82.10 'Tues'Frl 11-7"*Sun-Mon 102AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA


'Bob Mathews Realtor Andy Jordan, Associate \

441 W. Madison St., Starke

I Accelerated JRealtv :


IVAVERN H. OUTLAW .


Brpker 964-4544 :

Thinking of buying or .

: selling? Call us/ [ 'Hwy. 301 S.. .

l..I I Starke, FL

.' 964-4522 Evenings & Weekends HIM M'SIM, .
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STARKE, FL REALTOR

,. t D vU L. Dsl e>. MSA. CRARe Patty Kay Elder. MHAKe / Home .;f' Lots Acreage Waterfront, :

984-5370 .1-3 69I
''3MM Waters I Bobby Hift ./ Farms I Commercial __ .

,S"san M. Faulkner l GRI.:CRB President) 9C4-994) { I; Res. O64.77O4I.u SPRING LAKE 3BR. 1'/ Ba, CB > Cedar Home Stove. ReinlS Dishwasher)
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Opal Dlck *>n | < Ilk t Spry CH&A 97 feet on the Wqter. Well S Septic, .

R 94-7333 REALTOR KfWB4 842OI NEW LISTING IN IAWTEY 3BR/1 BA CB' Home ,,1152 SF; Stove S Refrl, Carport .

ERA Faulkner Realty: Inc. ,I Nice Lot: .
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; Designated Appraisers Good Refrl
PICK UP AND MOVE 2BR/1 BA Frame In Condition Stove .

Y*>ur Full Service Real Estate) Office
Located Hwy: 301 ,2' blks.'S. of SR 100,221: W. Lafayette St.' ji $5700 .
Appraisals for1- Residence Farm Commercial Business LAKE "RIVIUGIS"aaR.l2BA'CB Home, Living, Dining S Family Rooms

*GORGEOUS HOME ON CRYSTAL tAKEr Three level, jocuzli,'guest opartment. CHSA. 1416 SF,. Drapes t Carpet Well & Septic, Large lot. .
:3BR/1BA CB AC Units
NEIGHBORHOOD Home Central Heat.
2 fireplace, many other extra' ,.. Call lor private thawing' QUIET
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ONE ACRE WITH 2 BR. 2 ba: LR family room.'Access to CRYTAL LAKE. NEW. LEASE PURCHASE Stove & Refrl. Nice Fenced Yard. ''
CORNER LOT 2BRI1 BA CB Home Kitchen Dining Combo, Family Room.
**.BEAUTIFUL.65 ACRES HOME Hwy. with 100 West over 2000$9.9OO square. feet POOL, 'IMMEDIATE TE OCCUPANCY In S'arke-.3 BR, 2 Ba. 3 ACRES OF ROOM TO ROAM 2BR/2BA CB Home Extra Large Living 8 .

Over 1500 .f. conventenf I Family Room (H&A, Enclosed Garage, Well I Septic. .
*CHOOSE YOUR OWN COLORS in this new. 3 BR, 2 Ba home on one acre. $ everything, Dining Rooms
$ 1000 down $450 monthA BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME ..BII128Aliving' Dining Room, Room for |
LOT IN TOWN 3100. Water S sewer available, Only. per
'' CHSA Eat-In Kitchen, Well t Sep .
Private Office, Fireplace, Large Pantry.
WE HAVE HOMES IN TOWN with prices under $30.000. Financing available.

:* HWY. U EAST 3 acre with.well. septic, light pole, needs (to be checked by' tic 1 Acre .
Health Dept. 12000. \ Few of Our Many Listings GOOD LOCATION f 3BR/2BA DW Mobile Home, 1988.CHSA, 2-Inch Well, |

BETWEEN STARKE t KEYSTONE I acre with 14x52 mobile home, most furniture QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD) Excellent frame home, large lot.'In;" Slarke, 28000. Septic 1.26 Acre I .
CB Business t Home
GOOD BUSINESS LOCATION Two-Story wLlvingArea
goes with sale. $17,900 WOULD YOU BELIEVE 65 plus acre for only $1500 per acre. Highway frontage '
COUNTRY CLUB AREA: Immaculate 3 BR:' 2 Ba brit k veneer,fireplace, patio on SR 100 West Upstairs, 6400 SF; Buy up to 3.7 Acres. [

vertical blinds double garage.,, beautifully landscaped, 1 acre partially, wooded '2-STORY BRICK S CEDAR: 4 BR, 2'/ Ba,"2388..I..CH&A,'range,.ref, DW.approx, LAWTEY AREAt, 2BR/1BA Frame 3BR/2BA' Doublewlde Well like S New | .
Patio C CHSA. Large Worksh Septic
Carport.
w/Fireplace,
Mid $70.., 72 acre; planted pines, pond and pasture. Will divide. .
Acre
6.92
LAWTEYs ACRE with well and septic $7,900 .BRICK 3 BR, I1Ba, CH&A over 1300 ..f., In Starke, fenced backyard Owner Financing/Good Terms
LAWTEY 5 3/4 ACRE $14.OOO. ,OWNER FINANCING Approx.! SVi acre on SR 235. Well C Septic, 16500. GRAND STREET 3BR/1BA Frame, Well < Septic. 2 At s .
POLK STREEt.. 3BV1BA Frame, lot 50x150 ft. 9500.
LAWTEYt 3/4 ACRE, .
ALMOST NEW DOUBLEWIDE on 40 acres, good /land. 85000.
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PINEHAVENt 2 BR. 1 bath, partially closed In garage for 3rd BR, new.. roof -BRICK BR, \'. bo. Raiford area, on 1 acre. 'LAWTEY Old Fashioned Frame Home, 4BR/1BA.;' large living 8 Dining I .
'Rooms large Porches, large lot w/Shod. Trees, City Water, Septic Tank.
and new Insulated window, LARGE 4 BR, 2 ba. on 3 acres, hwy. frontage, only 51000. ,
Well &
Mobile Excellent Condition.
INEW 2BR/1 BA SW Home In Sep1'tic.
*2 RENTAL UNITS One 2 BR and on. T BR, completely remodeled in 1987. Income DUPLEX IN STARKE rental Income; $550 per mo., only 25000. RIVER .
$26.000. land Only $22.000.
9.5 Acre.
$525 per month or live In one and rent the other POULTRY FARM RESIDENCE pullet farm fully equipped on 8 acres' I '
'ARE A GOOD CARPENTER ft this Two-Story 3BR/2BA
YOU Buy Repair
WALDOs 3 BR 2 bath home large family room with fireplace focuzzl nice very close to Starke. Excellent Income. Coll for more Information, .
Block! S Frame Home, Large living S Room w/Flreploce, Larg.let. ]
Dining
screened In porch I with beautiful and oak '. ,
on acre pecan tree HURRY I Nice frame home In city 3BR. nice lot, 28000. ,
WALDO 1 BR. 1 bath remodeled 1988 kitchen equipped shaded lot. '301 SOUTH Over 1000 ft. In MH on 2.45 acres. 4" well, Reduced to $30,000.LAWTEYi SELECTED PROPERTIES -

HWY 325 St_;9 BR, I 3/4 both brick veneer, CHSA..art I acre with beautiful ,- close to school 3 BR. I'/> Bo city water '
oak tree*. LAKE BUTLER city water 8 sewer big lot. nice frame home.LANOi 6 ACRES 4 Inside City Limits, Frontage Oil Hwy 100 City Water 7 Sewage.

IN TOWN 4 BR;' 2 bath" on nice' lot with chain link fence, 35 ACRES on paved road, nice properly owner financing", 20 ACRES SW Mobil. Home w/Stove 8 Refrl 2 Well..Septic,Tank Planted'

JUST OFF HWY.' 225 3 BR, 2 bo. nice kitchen appliance. Including stove FRAME HOME Beautiful setting with pecan trees, on :3 acres, paved road. Pines. -
refrigerator, dishwasher, washer S dryer $31,000 HAMPTON OAKS: Beautiful brick home on 1.58 acre, 2300..f., excellent water;, 45 ACRES Breaker Will Divide. Owner Financing w/Good Term
DEERWOODt Development with deed restrictions, over 1600 *.I.,. Immaculate; |10 ACRES
{ .BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME ove2.000 sq. ft,. Crystal Lake access 3 ACRES +" Good Commercial Location ,Hwy. 16W.
Q.JEm: Call One of Our Professionally 1 ACRE Zoned for Mobile Home.

S ACRES Hwy. 301 South .
Trained Staff Today..964-5O69 COMMERCIAl/ r ONE-HALF ACRE Zoned for Mobile Home.

Downtown Starke, 2 Stores Presently Occupied J LOT ON HWY. 301 SOUTH Good Business location

B ,After Hours Call Good Income Call for more Info LAKE GENEVA Large lot. 100 ft. Lake Frontage.'
LAKE LOTS Crosby t Sampson. Owner financing.
Realtor Associates e Call Us About 2 CITY LOTS.. Northeast Section. "

,, Evenings; IB LAKE LOTS HOMES ACREAGE LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast Section of City.

.Irene L Faukner,964-5l42! BUILDING LOTS 'COMMERCIAL PROPERTIESWe
IF YOUR MIND IS ON REAL ESTATE OR THINGS RELATED j
REALTOR. Invite Inquiries On Our Other Listings MAKE YOUR NEXT STOP AT TEDAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
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MUSICAL INSTRUMENT! At low o. NEWLY DECORATED everything furnlih- THRU BEDROOM HOUSE new carpel our great }

S14.99 per month. Call 964-694. TF ed. Laundry facilities Included. Video big garage, nice carport, $250 month, :. Ft. :
NEWSPAPER FlATISi aluminum room available. Will accept one child. $150 depo.lt In Waldo. 468-1937. of II r

.maturM 2 ..36" $.23 each. Great for no pet. PALMS APTS., 2313 N. TempleAve. 468-2361' 964-5161.. llpd 9/29 ,
patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH. 135 ., Storks 32091. 10/29TF ;TWO BEDROOM APARTMENTclean, no
W. Call St. 9 4-6303, TF ADULT PARK Clean 2 BR mobil. home. pet, stove ft refrigerator. $60 weekly, t4; -
ALICIA HAY In rolls under born. D.llv.ry V4 mil. from city, Nice neighborhood $100 deposit. Call 964-6232. Itpd "/29 W
available. Arthur Caiklnt, 7823727. 4681323. 10/8TF HAVI TWO RENTALS AVAILABLE one 3 2U-fl .,\
5/26TF FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities BR. one 2 M both have stove'andrefrigerator \:

BAKER IP OAS IN(:., family owned and paid, from $37.30 per week furnlhd. Rent are from
operated. W. haY. low overhead and ''MAGNOLIA. HOTEL.Walnut St.,by Post $250 to $350. Call 964-5377 after 5:30 j
strive to give b.tt.r price.and ......Ic.. Office. TF p.m. 2tchg 9/39-10/6 .
W. rent and sell tank and solicit MOBILE HOMES 2BR 1 BATH WITH AC. TWO BEDROOM HOUSf unfurnished, at ( ) .)
customer owned tank. W. give senior COVERED PATIOS. 1 MM/ C TO 233 Brownlee St. $175 month plus $75 .Y j

citizen discounts. 1-800-828-0533, DOWNTOWN. STARKE,' 964.7498, depoilt. 9645882. Itchg 9/29
THRU BEDROOM HOUSE 1 3/4 bath
239-6812. 4tpd 9/13-10/6 414TFSOUTHERN
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HAT LIFT CHAIRSt If you're a Medicare VILLAS OF STARKE I*now accepting CHSA, screened porch carport, quiet Starke Residents ,

recipient with a qualifying condition, applications for 1.2 bedroom neighborhood 964.5350.Itpd 9/29 Reap ,
call toll free number for more Information. apartment $199 and $219 month, WELL LOCATED HOUSI with largo shady Block's Tax Course :
1-800-443-4174. Icon CHIA. fully equipped kitchen cable yard mot suitable for mall. family.
CERAMIC BOWLS 100 for ale $100. ready.964-7293 or 964-4214. 3/26TF 964-7872. It 9/29
Monarch 16 H. boat $400. 964-3412 TWO BEDROOM 1 bath mobile home. Many professional Starke ,
2lehg 9/22-29 month 238 8/11TF LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE part-time sprIng the II&R $395
1260. $250 9601- and for dynamic knowledge through ,
USED KENMORE SlwVEi electric horveit RAND NEW 3BR, 2 bath house, large self-starter summer position local families to taken the course to,increase
recruiting ;
gold color 1 small oven, I regular size modern kitchen with appliance and school studentsand .lj
hot high return
European
oven clock; timer storage drawer. sliding glass door e patio.
About 11 'yr*. old, Mill working. $75 pantry large closets, private master bath coordinating their four-week summer -- II&R Block the nation's ( ful ':i
hom..lay. Competitive
OBO. 782.3330. TFm| garage with extra torage, quiet shaded For detail. end return comp.nlOtion. tot leaching income tax preparation
WINCHESTER M/JOi $185 with shells. with lots of it
lot, nice neighborhood WEST Program, Inc.. 35 Westminster income tax course starts on ,
Never fired. Itchg 9/29 .. & '
from
Ir. 5 minutes shopping
Rood Great NY 11020. 3tpd evening classes available.
are
Neck
KINOSIZI WATERBEDi headboard with,, 1
school' $490 month plus deposit. "
light, rail, .tc. 9643126. Itpd 9/29 year 1 lease. 964-8073.9/lT7 9/15-29 Students look at the course
GOVERNMENT JOBS $16,000 to $79.000yr.
IUNK BEDS 1 14 mo. .old, can.be ONE ACRE MOBILE HOME LOT. $100 For Hit of or: polishing up tax return

separated, matching chesr. $275 firm monthly. 96+ 238ITF job Now and application hiring your, call area 615-297-7844. progresses from simple to ] '
964-2611. Itpd 9/29 .CLEAN, IN TOWN 2 BR house, CHSA. combination of .4731676.'I.
icon :
ext. PSOO. through
1977 12x40 TRAILER I BR, 2 full baths. carpet, no pets.Adult preferred. $235 TRAINEE Individual to (
MANAGER
energetic '
and homework This
unfurnished $ .500; Chevy 1977 305 month plus security deposit Call needed to learn"R.nlto Own" .solving ;' :'
motor $200; Chevy 1977 auto transmit 964-6680 after 3 p.mfor appointmentto business to be opening soon In Starke.For to the latest tax laws.
Ion 11 SO. '".5031 9/29
anytime. Itpd view. 9/8TF Interview" call 904-727-7943. 2tpd Qualified course graduate >
QUEENSIZE SOFA/SlEEPERi. $230. TWO BEDROOM mobile home on Grlffls 9/22.29 positions with Block. Many t

964-4099.Itpd 9/29' Loop. Carpet, window air, large lot. HIRING Government |ob* your orao' scheduling a real benefit. I
KEROSUN HEATER like $50 Comfort 9/W
new : with trees. Call 468-2374. Itchg ,
$15.000-$68.000. Call ((602)) 838-8885,
Glow Heater $40: Empire propane BALDWIN VILLAGE AFTS now taking applications offer 'employment. nor are ,
.. 9/22.29 down
.1.3.0193. 2tpdd
heater with blower, heat 4 ,room, for I 1 :2 BR.apartments, HAIR STYLIST WANTED with good employmenl with II&R Block. ,.
personality
vent heater ..$100. Call 9645116 or ,CHIA. fully equipped kitchen drape '
to rent a chair In a salon. One low fed includes all ;
9647020. Itchg 9/29 2669594. Equal Housing Opportunity.
Clientele 9646777. 2tchg ,
preferred. Successful receive
HANDMADE r OLD FASHIONED Grand 9/13TF graduates a 1 <

ma'old apron., quilts, door stop granny LAWTEY APARTMENTS now taking applications HORSE 9/29-10/6 FARM NEEDS HELP cleaning stall Of continuing education credit. \ "

ratX etc. Morgan Rd & Hwy. 16. for 1 2 BR apartments and .grooming. 9648613. 2tpd Additional information and :"

9648733. 9/29TF CHA, fully equipped kitchen drapes. 9/29-10/6 II&R Block office! at 964 N. .
OAK WOOD FOR SALE 533-2474. 9/29TF 7823531. New management. EqualHousing
SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT Town & 964.8286.
START YOUR OWN BUSINESS- Lunch Opportunity. 9/13TF '
Exxon now taking application
Wagon 1957 GMC.' good condition. 3 BR, Country
BAYLESS HIGHWAY! large screen for part-time help. Apply 800 S. WalnutSt.
$3800. Tommy Parker 964-6714. 2tchg porch, carpet air. $250 plus deposit ..2tchg 929106CAIHIERCLERKLOTTO. .
9/29.10/6
496-2336. Itpd 9/29
COMPUTER 1
VINYL SIDING for the Do-n-Yourselfert.. ONE BEDROOM one bath apt 6 month
$60 > ft.. Stephen, Smith lumber,. No' 'Pep-O taking application full time and I i
q. ,lease. $175 month plus deposit. part-time.: Apply 620 S. Walnut..2tehg '
468-2624, Itchg 9/29 pet, no children William D. Tiffin, Lie:' 9/29.10/6 .. ;
PRESSURE TREATED It PINEl 2.-10' '
9/29'
Real E.tote Broker. .5065.llpd
A FULL OR PART-TIME JOB? Try
$3.10.: 26.12 $4.30; 26.14 $4.601. 30' PARTIALLY FURNISHED downstairs opt.!!, .NEED Information,. :call FENCE &
Avon.< For more
Go. galvanized roofing 10 ft. $&73: 12 '
1 BR. 1 bo., $175 month plus deposit.No Ramona, 782-3068. Itchg 9/29' .
ft. $7.93.. Stephen Smith lumber., William Tiffin lie.Real Estate
pets. O.R. SCRUB TECH. PRN PRN on call position Chain Link
468-2624.' Itchg 9/29. '
Broker 964 5063. Itchg 9/29'
Good condi' ,
available. working ,
WHITE WEDDING GOWN) lacy, hoop and STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to
veil.$200 or best offer. 782.3306. Itchg tions.: Previous experience 'required. Keystone '
''r. your work? ,We have clean mobile Apply to Lake Butler Hospital and HandSurg.ry '
9/29 :a
10/8 TF
homes available. 468-1323. ,
A 121 Lake
SR 100
Center
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES 2 females, 1 F
FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilitiespaid.
Butler 4962323. Itchg 9/29
Will make excellent .
male, no
papers.
Magnolia
From $37.30 weekly.
fulltlme :
NURSING ASSISTANT position
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watchdog Call 964 5630 otter 3pm. Hotel;Walnut St. by Post Office. TF ,
available. Certificate or hospital experience
Itchg 929ANTIQUE THREE BEDROOM, 1'A bath clean close required. Apply to- Lok.Bull.r :X:: !
DUNCAN SOFAi top condition. :
la prison. Call 468-1323 6/9TF Hospital and Hand Surg.ryC.nl.r ;:.) ;:,.>>:. '
$250. 964-4546.' Itchg 9/29 .CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC, SR- 100 e 121, lake Butler/ : i
extras, reasonable rent i PINES, 496-2323. Itchg 9/29 -ft1\f \

496-2366, SR 121 lake Butler.) 7/14TF NEED GASH Willing to work live hour J?* : ..' :
MOBILE HOMES TWO. :2 BEDROOM 1 bath apartment per week for $70O-$1000 per month. :: "
.... children. }
locatedJtv town' Ha pet or Health conscience pepl.only.need opor.1y. .
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rer*** >" FOR SALE deposit. l' lease. ",
S23O mo. plus year Call Mimi after 2 p.m.,. 782-379O. I
William D. Tiffin lie. Real Estate 929POSITION >

Broker 964-3063. Itchg 9/29 ,.
AVAILABLE for experienced '
Fleetwood 2 .
1987
MOBILE HOME 14x94
ON KINGSLEY LAKE AC& heat on. yr.
machine Salary :
furnished, excellent sewing operator. : I
BR boo .
1 lightly
lease 2 BR mobile home. No pets no negotiable. Petition will be filled weekof ,
Starke, Phone t
cond., locoted In _
Call 533-2366. 4tchg
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small children. send
Oct 3. Apply In person or
964-6093 after 6 .
772.1276' 9/15-10/6 Jo. or p.m.4tchg 9/22-10/13 resume tot Vogue Mfg. 710 S. WaterSt. y : ;: ; I \ '' lit.t, i ;

10x0 MOBILE HOMEi 2 BR. 1 both. TWO BEDROOM HOME 4733627.In Starke 9/22TF, $250 ., Storks, 32091, (5904)964.5064. Itchg I I I :I .Z;
month. ,
$1500, negotiable. Call. 468-2279' 9-6 TWO BEDROOM Evenings DUPLEX unfurnished.Call 9/29 I ,
9/22 TF 301 QUIK STOP now accepting application -
12x60 p.m. MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 1 Bo 2 sett 964-8566 after 5 p.m. 2tpd 9/22-29 for cohler/clerk. Apply In per ,
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE In Starke", 2 mile South 301 Itpd 9/29
miniblinds.calling ,
'cement ttept, go. tank, son. J
to
fans" Mutt see to appreciate. stove, refrigerator, convenient .NURSES AIDEi part-time Tuesday and
5000. 4732091. Itpd 9/29 shopping. $250 mo. deposit required. Wednesday 3 p.m. to 8 a.m.; 1
HB6 FLEETWOOD 14x60 mobile home, '468-1509 otter' .6 p.m. No pets. 2tpd weekend a month, Saturday and SonHoy \I

7823570. Itpd 9/29 9/29-10/6 3 p.m. to 8 a.m. Su El'* Retirement .
im LIBERTY SINGLEWIDEi fireplace, ONE OR TWO BEDROOM 468.1115.9292tpd apartment' In Home 468-2619. Itchg 9/29 Handi-House Portable'SOUTHPOINT 'PLAZARemodelingI
Adult
only.
. cathedral ceilings, 2 BR. Call 782.3807 duplex. .
10/6 .
2tpd 9/29-10/6 TWO BEDROOM HOUSE Utilities provided Buildings... Now '
been redon.,' Leasing
HOME hat
12x50 n.ed.MOBILE to be cut off on back. New partially furnished. $260 month *,**.****'*'*

cabinets,.. real nice Must se..'\ Will $225 security'deposit. 544 W. Call.I Greenhouses' ,,2000s.r..12508.r., OOOs.f[. 'I
9/29 .
make nice 1 BR home. $500 or bestoffer 9648523. Itpd Across from New
a KOA
929MISCELLANEOUS 2 BI.1 BA HOUSE located In town, front Darren Hottinger '. 'Garages' (
9644042. Itpd
porch and driveway, 6 month lease, no r and Walmart,
$250 plus deposit. William D. Tif- 'Returns from Med

fin pets.Lie. Real Estate Broker. 964-5063. Navy Fireman Darren L. Hot- ,No Down Payment Contact UNITED REALTY

Itchg 9/29 -Several Choices J'' 964-8447 days 473-3627 eves, .
bath house month tinger, son of Robert and Joan Huppof ,
1
'TWO BEDROOM. >
Melrose, recently returned from a
W'' lease William $200 D.. Tlfin month Lie.plus Real deposit Estate six-month Mediterranean deploy- US 301 SOUTH Starke, Fl. *' 964-8447 473-3627 home

. 'ment aboard the aircraft carrier
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- GET PAID FOR READING books $100 Broker, 964 5O63. Itchg 9/29 "
D. Eisenhower
PASE-G111,161 S. Lines EFFICIENCY ROOM with kitchenette and USS Dwight ,
title.Write:
per bath AC; clean no rooche By week homeported in Norfolk,Vtu
,colnw.,". N., Aurora II 60342, 4tpd While Elect
or month. 964-5687. Stchg 9/29-10/13 deployed, Hottinger par
9/8-29 ONI BR APARTMENT deluxe occonvmodatlons. ticipated in Dragon Hammer 88,. a GERALri'W.GUSWILER.

.. bedroom and living room NATO exercise conducted with

open onto walled patio. Immediate occupancy Belgium, Italy, the Netherlands, M _
;. 'children and elderly Turkey, France, Spain and the
WANTED welcome. Call 964-8601. 9/29TF United Kingdom. In addition to Florida House of Representatives

ADULT RETIRED RENTAL TRAILER' military exercises, he also made District 21
available. Su-EI Retirement Home: port visits to France, Spain Turkey,
PRE-SEASON
GAS
HEATER! Save
WANTEDt PROPERTY RENO AREA 468-2619. 9/29TF Israel and Italy' The Aso e's, up to
Please write P. O. Drawer 280 Stark.,, TRAILER IN COUNTRY, newly remodeled A 1965 graduate of 1 Hawthorne .Candidate for''

Flo. 32091. mF 2 BR, LR & kitchen furnished under High School, he Joined the .Navy in 't'!: ...ttliaz 6000 of your winter;
home In EffectiveRepresentation ;
WILL TRADE 2 bedroom 2 story nice shady tree. No pet. I child max' Sept, 1986. SALE r .
Storke for highway or. lake frontage !imum.Meng Dairy Rd. $243 month plus ; ruM:, \ heating cost.

property In'' Keystone,Call 473-3627 deposit. 9646714. 2tchg 9/29.10/6 sav '.
den and *****, \ 1 COOL
evening 9/22TF HOUSE IN TOWN 2 BR. kitchen CABINET
t 1 medBradford
CERTIFIED NURSES AIDE Christian with living room garage, nice yard & patio Dedicated Co r: Char-Broil 40.000 BTU DEARBORN
reference, able to do odd |lobs for Laura Street. 1 child maximum. no '-\ Clay t I' 1'/...
elderly or disabled. 964-7068. Itpd! 9/29 pet.. $325 month plus deposit. t .. INVENTED; / GAS HEATER

9646714. 2tchg 9/29.10/6 Democrat H"' '
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YOU HOOKYOU COOKI! '='L'' \'
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:Hand-Fed Channel Catfish +Ir STARKE TRANSMISSION.RADIATOR INC.&: j jTwist

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f'f'S77 _
.. Triple H ,Fish Farm Heater.Ac: Radiator Repair

L CALL 964.6182 FOR DIRECTIONS OPEN TO PUBLIC Specialist Sae In.'

)J-leaterCorea.Water pumps Parts

(FREE Cooling I' r 'Heatsup $198 ,

Dqvid Lawson Paint & Body Shop System Inspection) to 5 rooms *

Beat FUc.In Town To Tak*A LeakII

Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates I Comer S64-681O 9O1 *BR1S ] I

CR 229 NW 28th St Starke 964-6133
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FOREST'APARTMENTS Cleopatra'sUpholstery T.Ubllr! I FREE 'TANK Rald.Rt1.r

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Now Accepting.Applications for Emporium


2 &.3 BR Apartments Starting at,$195. 322 8.Walnut St." Starke 964-7014 S .

(Next Door to Lake Area Glass)

CH/A Fully Equipped Kitchen Cable,Ready 'Du -' 'Jm1i"Yr l' !!' o.ir SL1flts 4FSf

W. Madison Street '.FREE PICK-UP & DELIVERY laJ
1530 .
HOUSING EQUAL Chairs Recovered 1OO Plus Material ,Starke'' Gainesville
Starke 964.6312 I @ I Lounge > Ocala <
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ANIMALS ft PETS! RENTALS' HELP WANTEDBABYSITTER REAL; ESTATE FOR RENT '.
PERSONAL SERVICES

FOR SALE LAKE GENEVA Mobile HomePark, o NEEDED' before 'school. 1-J-MO-JO ACRES or larger 'for sale CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES Central' A/C.

FREE PUPPIES lovabl., cute, cuddly, WANT TO PRINK Keystone Partially' furnished from Must have own car Hours 6:30-9: a.m. New two bedroom 2 both doublewlde 'Extras. Reasonable Rents. "PINES Call
mixed breed 6 ........ Lawt.y. Eves mArs YOUR BUSINESS I $I3S ,month 'coil:: 473-7366, 20tpd Call ..".34.... after 6 p.m. References on one or more o<,*.. Two bedroom 496-2366 SR121, lake Butler, 7/14
and weekends, 782-3022. Itpd 9/29 WANT TO STOP 7/21-12-1 required. 2tpd 9/22.29 mobile home for rent. Call 496-3939. tfnchg.
THArtOURSfAlcoholics ON LAKE GENEVA mobile homes,lor RAIL CAR REPAIR FACILITY needs day. 434-1399, evening, tfn/chg.: MOBILE HOMI Three bedroom 2 bath
CARS/TRUCKS, VANS Anonymous nlshed nice 2 BR; IV* BA furnished; welders and laborers. Apply In person 9/13 central heat and air,.. Fireplace
'.. ..150 or .*4 2000 dock :t 'laundry 'facilities available. Tuesdny-Thursdey, 10 a.m.-.. p.m. 0, GeNTLEMAN FARMER Private 10 acres, microwave, large' lot. Near Wor- .

WT CHEVY .10 4.4; Taho. package, pd thru 12/29 Installed: Free 473-2919. 9/1 tfnchg Kustom Korr Corp.. Reynolds IndustrialPark big born; pines. Corrals, pond, thlngton Springs. $300 a month, plus.
2.8 t V6. AC PS, PB, AT. ,automatic CHAIN LINK FENCE CO., 1 IR COTTAGE near library, furnished. Hwy 16 East, Green Cove Springs beautiful 3 bedreom/2 bath deposits. Call 496-2334. 9/13 tfn/chg.
'locking hubs.leather Interior, light barS estimates. HANDY-MAN FENCE. TF AC $240 mo. Lake 1>,lvll.II'". FL, 3tchg 9/22.10/6 doublewlde, contra! hoot and air, patio:! THREI BEDROOM. BATH DOUBIEW1DI
brush guard. 20 mpg. Super sharp I Owner Tommy Reddish. 964 8339 473-4961 9/1 Hnchg14X61 NEEDED Nice personable lady to be decK. Hard road. Can assume Call Family room with fireplace, screened
Excellent condition see to believe, HOMI REPAIR: painting roofing. n wand MOtlll HOME 2 BR. I Vk BA. AC.' Mom's Helper 12 days a week! Combo 496-2848. 9/22 3lpd 10/& porch double carport with storage
$11.SOO. 782.3660. TFm| tear off. Additions, remodelingThomas Keystone Heights/Clay 'County, $250 Housekeeper/babysitter, Call Gall VACATION HOMI IN MOUNTAINS of room. $27S a month, first and last. Call
CHEVY /, TON ... PARTS, front and E. lee Construction office month" 473-7770 ..tpel9/15-1016 473-0288. Itchg 9/29 Maggie Valley, N.C, Two bedroom 1 496-2677, between 6 ond B p.m. llchg.
rear axles' transfers, transmissions, 964-2852. home 4311675. 7/7TF 12X60 MH 2 BR/2BA on private shadylot RETIRED COUPLE to care for Keystone bath, beautiful view; 40000. Call 9/29
etc 9643812. TFc. LAWN SERVICE for residential and commercial In Orange, Heights area CAH.disherwather Heights Lake home S grounds In exchange 4963073. 921pc1.. 10/6
tree removal IN LAKE BUTLER unfurnished 3 BR
Landscaping, for rent of lake front home.
lQW AS liDO: Government selied drug new carpet sliding
vehicles BMWs. Cadillacs, Fords, small.lawns Free vacuumed..tlmal.No.. 964.4238..24TFSEWING job too'' big or glass ,doorS with 2 decks $293 mo.References 72 .0238r I tpd 9/29 FOR SALE house neighborhood., carpet$260'window per mon air?,first nice a

'trucks, vans, etc Financing plan MACHINES 'All makes and required. Jim Bragg, final deposit. 964-63O3. TF
,available. Amazing recorded message .68.2010, nights, 4&8-1573 days. 2tchg YARD SALES'
models cleaned and oiled and ac:' 9/22.29 TWO LARGE "PIECES Of CARPET enough
details 407.332.2564, ext
r.v.gls $1500. 19 experience, for mobile horn 'or several
lusted, years large NOTICECLASSII'IED
fcon LEASE WITH OPTION TO PURCHASE Im- .
2404. /
BIG THREE FAMILY sale Bring Pop,
All work guaranteed Hwy 233 S 16 yard plus 2 largo Soars oval braidedrugi.
1'*$ YUGO $500 down and tok. over ",okal.. Rd.l.autifuI19OO ft. 3 BR. rooms
house sq. to this one. Tools, furniture from D/W.
(Morgan Rd ) Call 964 8733 for Call "496-3463 anytime. 9/22
payments. 96<1.0. 2tchg 9/22.29 calls 84TFREMODELINGedditions 2, BA, Great Room. CH/A large 6818 6820 Deer Springs Rd. Fri. Sat. 4tchg 1013'REFRIGERATOR ADVERTISING should be submitted ,
177 FORD PICKUP $895 Can be seen painting, roofIng fireplace, lake viewmult see, -I tpd 9/29 washer and dryer, CAII to the Union County Times of- '
Mosley Tire. 2tchg 9/29-10/6 3984374. Itchg 9/29 ASUNDANT LIFE CHURCH SR21. (Is flee In and advance
work, Lie, No. 0034596 Phone 4962090. 9/22 2tchg. 9/29 writing paid In
113 TOYOTA HILUXI I owner, low 964 7802 8.TFIULLDOZU LAKE FRONT EFFICIENCY COTTAGE holding a rummage sale, Frl., S.pt.3O- PIANO FOR SAL Responsible party to unless credit Is already establishedwith .
mleoge, must see. 964-4099 ,,2tpd WORK! $40 per, hour $225 month Includes electric water, 9 a.m. Lots of mist Itchg 9/19; take over payment on spinet console this office.

9/29-10/6 782.3306. If no answer. 782.3954. leave 'furnished screened. porch carpet, A HUGE YARD $ALE Sat. & Sun.. Moved Incompletely piano. Can be seen locally. Call Credit THI TIMES STAFF CANNOT Bl HELD'
1918 TOYOTA TERCELr AC, AT, PS PB. carport. 384 9374.. 2lehg 9/29.10/b
and number 8/25TF furnished hou...Must sell 1 9/29 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
name )
Dept. 1(904)234-8232( 3tctig.
,
AM/FM/Cassette, 8.000 mill., Excellent 3 BR2'BA lake view with
WELL DRILLING, PUMPS ft SERVICE Ourranee access contents, kitchen appliances, dishes, 10/13 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
cond. blue with cloth Interior. Pump C Supply (::0., Water, larg. lot, CH/A $330 month. plus couches tables, trundle bed. TV's, SOFA $75 Bran and glow coffee table' THI TELEPHONE. '
964 5948 after 4 p.m. Itchg 9/29 dpasit furnished or unfurnished Will lamp ( 'misc. decor sliding gloss Classified deadline I. MONDAY 5'
Systems Specialists, 864 N. TempleAve. $SO. oak bedroom tulle, $430, twin ,
.
1<7S BRONCO .. .> AT. 302 PS., AVT .. US 301, Starke, Fl 32091 9/8TF consider selling 471-3940. 4tchg doors, screen door, size 2T & 3T..boy. bedroom cult $100. bed $63 queen P.M., prior Thursday publication.
:radials, white spokes, extra. sharp NEED A BABYSITTER? Hours 4 9/29.10/20. and size 3 woman's clothing. All In waterbed with baffles $125, washer Minimum charge Is 1 1S words for $3.50,
$3600. 961.6174 after S p.m.'Itpd 9/29 midnight or midnight to 8,0., m, DW MH on two lots 'fenced close to., good condition, priced cheap. Follow $100, Sears matching' wether/dryer then 13 cents for each: word thereafter.
179 FORD FAIRMONT low mileage, schools, lake access. Reas, Option. to ft
signs starting at the corner of 21
Call Diane Garrison, f6.4.2628, 2tpd $330, refrigerator $173, dryer $110,
8900.964-1851. Call 1.904.388.6109 after 8
2tpel9/29.IO/6 buy. or
p.m. lakevlew Rd. In Melrose Phone
WO CHEVY HEAVY DUTY VAN with ..' 922.29PECAN ..904-473.422r. 2tchg 9/29'10/6 ( 473-3177. tad 9/79 Call 496-3017,, Itpd. 9/29
SERVICES! machine; harvesting YARD SALE
over 'cab, sliding glass doors, ft curtains '
cracking ,shelling and ,orchard CLEAN MOBILE HOME near Keystone
Body Is finished In, formica and SERVICES LAND FOR SALE
,maintenance. Also custom tractor services Heights, 2 BR 1 Bath on 2 acres $233 .'
linoleum Suitable 'for furniture van or 9/29 MOVING SALE Saturday, Oct. 1. 9
{ available 9643210 Itpd month plus deposit. Cloy County;
for Converting to camped. N.w trans per PRESSURE WASHING, Hooses mobile m.-tll. Florida State Prison housing
LOOKING FOR A BOARDERi want nice 4732566. 9/22TF S TO 20 ACRES near Washington Spr-
end rear end Priced to reflect need of lady who would Ilk. to live In my home MELROSE AREA 2 BR furnished'on 1 homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free ings. Improved pasture, pond some area. Circle Drive off Highway 16. Fur
motor repair. S.. at Stark Radiator, estimates. Call Rob 4733590. 9/1 nlture, misc. Items, air conditioners,
filled with love. 91>3882.. Itchg 9"29 $185 plus deposit 1.6846634.4tcrg hardwood trees. Starting at $1.730 per
ask for Randy. Itpd 9/29 LOVING. CHRISTIAN WOMAN with two acre 9/29,10/20 Ifnc"g acre Call 496-0071, after 6 p.m 9/29 lots more. House 31.; 431.1944. 1 Itchg
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1974 CHEVY IMPALA V8 AC. PS PB. GUTTERING Tear off haul ,} "
ROOFING
small children wishes to provide childcare .- 4tchg. 10/20 9/29 )I
good condition., $700,.468.:2292 otter !3 I services In her home Reasonablerates away and replace. Quality work. { ::
p.m.ltpd: 9/27 and tl.xlbl.1"un available. For MOBILE HOMES Reasonable rates., Call Keith 473, .0768. I HOMES FOR SALE ," I
1 I967 FORO GALAXIE 500 $400 or best 91t tfnchg' LOSTFOUNDYOUNG .. : 'J''.
more Information 'call 964 6392: Itpd "
offer. 964-3416oller 3pm, Itpd 9 29 SEWING MACHINES CLEANED oiled and / "
FOR ,. ,
9/29 DESPERATE TRADES) Top dollar GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U .' \\1'
178 FORD PICKUP 3/4 ton, 4 speed, 'adjust tension In your home. Special' HACK FEMALE MIXED ". .
HOUSECLEANING professional ..xp.rienced.t.f.rences paid on all trades. Please trade today. ',' ,'It
tax
). Delinquent property.Repossessions
repair
mud tires, real, good shape, $14.95. all brands. Work ,
grip Repair
availableFridays Call today 684-4981 or 684-4982. LAIAOOR HOUND 7 months old. Slim \. ; I, ,:
Call 1(800)687-6000( ) '
Perfect (tot' 964 8877, ( 73-1862.9/1 Hnchg
hunting. guaranteed.
available Call 96 6333 after ;3p and lanky. Small scares on face.forehead .
< HUGHES MOBILE HOMES, located Hwy, GH-1136., for current list.
ext. repo
'964.6517. Also 1981 Citation EXPERIENCED MOM will care for
Ch.vy ; your
and Tan collar
ear* withered
.mj ft 9'2,9; ''r' 20. |just ,east of Interlachen. 4tchg 9/228tpel. 11/10
$30O. 9/29 child home
Itchg '9/13-10/6 In my anyllm."any age Town and Country Tag. Answers to"Mantle" brick home;
19iJ F-1SO FORD PICKUP 6 4 '473-1183. 9/29 THREE BEDROOM 1 1/2 bath
cylinder, Itpd
Reward. Call 496-3103 or
UNLUCKY WITH CREDIT New In areal lot.
Central heat and air, large comer
speed excellent condition. Pay off HOUSE CLEANING Christian ladies will
LOSTFOUNDIdSTLADIES We have new Used and Repot. Lowdown :496-2406. Itpd. 9/29 18'x 32' ,
20 .ft. screened porch, concrete
$5800 782.3306. Itchg 9/22.29 do house cleaning once a week, oncea sq
191t MUSTANG 6 cylinder, air. AM 'FM -C' payment trades welcomed. Call month or twice a month. Call pool with spa. 12 sq.ft. wooden
radio Call 964.8728. 2tpd 9129.10/6 HANDBAG Between today 68..98'or 684-4982. HUGHES ..'$.2907; If no answer call again leave HELP WANTED ,storage building with concrete floor,,
OLDER CARS FOR SALE: '77 BUICK. 'Starke and Keystone: Rd, 100,Reward MOBILE HOMES, located Hwy 20 just' message phone number.. Good dog pen with concrete: floor, chain link ,

beautiful body,'needs trans.; $500: '72 for ,....0<10"9 (film that was In It. Call east of Interlocked, 4tehg 915106 references' 21 pd 9/29-10/6 PAYROLL CLERK Piece work and hourly' fenced. yerd with ,2 gates New .40
'473...,...ltpd.9 29' ZERO DOWN-To land ownersf We can for 3'/i old childIn tower enlenna with rotor. Call
.OLDS,.cheap make offer 66 CHEVY, also land. Used mobile NEEDED t playmate year payroll on computer. We offer paid '
Improve
great restoration project'"".best offer, ,homes HUGHES your MOBILE HOMES town Any mother and child Interested vacation ,and ,holiday.,. health Insurance 496-3720. Itpd. 9/22
782.3949. 'Itchg 9/29 for 1 or 2 days a week call credit union and profit short
located Hwy. 20. just east of In- ,
,
.1911 CHEVY CAMAROi V6., 3 speed t terlachen. 9/15-10/6 Gail at 473-0288. Itchg,9/29 Ing. Apply In person to Lake Butler Ap-{ MaryS: Variety Shop ( '

$650,, <4042. good shape. Itpd 9/29 SCHOOLSUNITED BEEF-BEEF-BEEF-BEEF-BEEF-BEEF-BEEF DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGGING pare). 496-3601. 9/29 2tche 10/6
EARN MONEY AT HOME Assemble Opening Sat. Aug. 2i the,
W.'II match your weight In BEEF. Whenfcou ? HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL? Call ,
1969 MUSTANG TRAVEL SCHOOLS, Reserva-; purchase your new home from us LaRue Leveling Service for all your jewelrytoys, electronics", others. Full OnE. Call St .' "

COUPE tlonists, Travle Agents, Ticket Agents, before Sept ::). w. will match YOUR foundation repairs. Keystone, (time refundable and part}time 1(318)459-3734( work) available., ext.S3339D. Call. .\Over the,Railroad liack) .. ,(
Live Placement'Assistance .and YOUR SPOUSES WEIGHT In BEER, '473-7721. 7/9TF ... .
Computer Training .
24 hrs. 9/29 3ted. 10/13 I 4'
That ,In addition to our ,liquidation l '
Financial Aid Available,
302 engine. AT. good MEDICAL HELP WANTED RN-LPNs needed : I ,' ,
prices on lot models. MISCELLANEOUS -..
Training.
CorrespondenceResident "
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HURRY for port-time work. Work your own 'L..:.- ,
excellent' Member Call toll.
body, Accredited NHSC MOOoov.Intodoy. schedule. $i3 to $23 an hour Suwan- TennisInstruction -
free 18007822480. Headquarters PACK RAT Buy sell and trade collectible '
interior;runs great! nee Valley Medical Personnel Corp.
HUGHES MOBILE HOMES located Hwy.
Clearwater, Florida Icon Items and antiques. Used furniture? ..
,$1700Loc.ted UNITED TRUCK MASTER Truck Driver 20. '|ust east.Interlachen.', This ad glassware, (ewelry and much more 733-9337., 9/29 2tchg. 106CARSTRUCKS .. '.

at Croslty Jrvlnll"g-.Q. I.T. J'p'ld o ...lob ....." must/rs-ro/e be presented" -on initial-visit 4tchg-<. -..see-foi-yourself. One mile east Iio- ''st f .y-tfn V, 1 ;,
a..I.tanc.-JlnanclaT old ? 100.
placement of Keystone Heights on Highway
Trailers US O1 S. HEIGHTS -2 blocks front ( .
? available, correspondence/resident IN KEYSTONE 473-2183.9/1 tfnchg' Private Lessons '
Oil 1 school. 1988 Chadwick'' 28X48 3 :,
Richard training. accredited member NHSC. $10porhour OR :' ..
BR/2BA, on paved ,street concrete '
964-83)1 days 'Call toil-free 18003463112.Florida. Icon Headquarters drive, 10X30 wood deck, carport A VEHICLES 1971 WRECKED CHEVROLET IICKUP Roy (team with a Friend

94-7249 eves .SECURE A:CAREER Clearwater.In the aviation high storage room combination concrete Crews Call 496-2327.; Itchg. 9/29 For $5 each. '
walks, approximately 200 ft. of 6 ft. II DATSUN 280 ZX TURBO PS, PB PW. '; {
pay,Industry. Day/night classes college Call Mark at '
privacy fence plus much more. Mustsee AC cruise Looks and drives'great
credits financial! aid. job place loaded NOTICE 473-4380 or 964-6305 '
Details call free 1-800.817.2232. to appreciate 473-7630. 2tchg $3900; also 1978 Olds Royal., ,
ment.
headliner, good looks and milesof Include '
9/2229 new Current Students
,R. V. DURRANCE ..t.l27, In Florida fconWOW good driving $1250. Melrose Classified deadline Is II:00 a.m. Tuesday '
members of KHHS High
475-2073. 2tpd 9/22.29 prior to Thursday publication:
PUMP & SUPPLY r FOR SALE WO TOYOTA Corolla. $800. 4739014. Minimum charge 19 words for$3.50, School Team .
then 15 cents for each word th.reaft.r.:
Itpd 9/29
CHINA CABINET large buffet table 1M1 CHEVY CITATION 6 eyl, air, PS/PB. "
\ -Well DrillingRotary "I1'' with double pedestal one arm and five erul.... AM/FM. Good condition Asking \ "" .,:. .,
side choirs. New upholstery. Great, $1400. 473-1183 Itpd 9/29 "" 'i
value. $730 473.2432. 2tchg 922.29y "
2" to 6" SINGER AUTOMATIC completely FIREWOOD 4 SALE :- :'
HOMES FOR SALE
g Southarn City overhauled, like new guaranteed.Cost ,
$689 will take$250 or payments of
i :. PumpsAll Limits $28 mo. with good credit. R.H. Sewing LEASE WITH OPTION TO BUY Ravishing

Center 473.7862. 9/22 tfnchg 3/2..CH/"" fireplace, family room, LR.| United Methodist Church
of Starke on US 301 BABY LOCK SEWING MACHINE Left in DR. utility room A entry-way foyer, Keystone .
loy-a-woy, original price $689 balance 1800 sq ft. $550 month-$150 month ap-
o due $400 or payments of $28 mo with plied towards purchase.: "398-4276. '473-2386
For Moiv liilcirniiilioti. good credit. Still In carton. R.H.,Sewing 2tchg 9/29.10/6 Seasoned Oak

Center. 473-7862, 9/22 tfnchg ,
Cull 370 30: 7 Ifire'Ypod. any''or' 473-3829
and
0 LITTON S3 SERIES micro-wave oven .
,stand. Best' offer' 473-194 Ttchg FOR RENT'FIVE length.. Pick-up --. '

9/22.29 .
"' ORGAN FOR SALE Conn electric double load'delivered

VISIT OUR SHOWROOM key. Excellent, condition." $350 ACRES cleared, oH '121' Union and stacked. ,

For Your Plumbing Parts ,3 Bedroom House ,2 475-1149 i FOUR DRAWER after 6 p.m. metal.',Itpd file 9/29 cabinets. 'County 2tpd 9/22-29 line., $15.000. 904261.0032, ., : fi}{ .

For Sale -- To Be $50 each. 473-4648. I tpd 9/29 $

964-7061 Moved To ,Your LARGE BUFFET table with double 50 .
p.d..tol.lon., arm S 5 side choirs- All f. .

864 N.,.:Tempi Ave.:. Stark. LotI Wood In great condition. Asking $750;( ...... :a. ? ". .'
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Only .tS.900.001( "2452.,2tchg, .9/29.10/6 ----4 !- ,1"

Nights & Wvekands Call Thomas ROOFING TIN 9 and 10 ft., $33 per foot. TRAINTO

964-7578 House Movers Cal! 473-2366. 2tchg 9122.29 0 BE A '1

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AFFORDABLE! '$ REWARD : for' the' safe return of my : SEC.RECEPTIONISTEXEC. Fill Dirt, Top Soil -

'Spoldlng Softball glove lost at men's' Large or Small Loads of' Limerock' ', ,
T.kE. I Softball field In Keystone Friday night: SECRETARYStart ,I '
Apartments .
/' I Sept 23 Serial number on glove Call :Tractor Work Backhoe '- Bulldozer' j '

922 E. Brownlee St. ,I rI .( Stacy! ,Grlce. 475-1338. Itchg 9/29, Learn locally word\ processing; full time/part and related time' ,

Camp landlng Rd secretarial skills. Home study and 964-6182 ,. 964-5823: 964-6095
Train to be aStart LAND SALESLOT resident training. National ..
Starke n.32091 headquarters Pompano Beach. FLnrtAIf '"
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FOR SALE on Washington Lake o. CIAL AID AVATLABIE
964-7133 TOUR GUIDE Huron Court in Big Tree lakes subdivision JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE '

AIRLINERESERVATIONIST $13,500. Call 813.992-1657. Stchg. :
1-800432-3004
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9/1.29' LAKE 'BUTLER ,HPflRTHIEIlTS
2 & 3BR. THE HART SCHOOL
FIVE LOTS FOR SALE In Cloy County Di-r. of A.C.T. Corp 'I,
Family locally, CUll time/part time. $10.000 owner finance at $ISO per Now taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom unit These '

oriented, with Train on live airline computers. month. Call' 473;2366. 2tchg 9/22.29 Accredited Member all-electric units are spacious: with lots of closet space and all have ,

laundryandlar atl.Home hdqn.study and Resident Bch.training Fl.rrJIANCIAL NHSC wall-to-wall carpet,crapes and kitchen appliances Orwlte laundry | '

r + Pompano" facilities Rental assistance available for qualified applicant
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playground ..1..1 AID AVAILABLE! .For application and Information ,
e JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE
EQUAL HOUSING pleas tee ut at Gt: '
Low Incom.Sec. .- A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL | FOR SALE BY OWNER 1005 SW 6th Street "

8 Housing ,< 1 8OO 432 3OO44ccrwl lake Butler Fl 32054 B.. W e '

Rents for: 30" of Your '! 'One 'Two' Acre Mobile Home Lots.... $3.500 and Up '0,. Call 496-3141 +wsee'-.,

tncome U you puajlfy <
'. 17 1/2 Acres In Starke........ $2OOO acre '--- .- .--. .. -...... .
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14 e 200 Acres near Theressa .......$ 1,000 acre

.'Beautiful; lake lots[ On paved road In Hawthorne, I Now Leasing '

Wood Products ''Inc. $25,000 and Upe Park .
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,. Building Lot<<, In SmokerJse'Subdivlslon ... Keystone. )..

: $Fi,000e An apartment complex: designed for moderate tom- ,. ,:,+' :,';?7a!t f''I

Cypress Mulch Pine Bark 2 Lots and' Mobile Home ......Keystone ..... $22.500 Income families.. No rental assistance ',' :; ';' !

.e Mobile Home & Land set-up..... Brooker Rd. $25.000 available. Attractive 1 & BR/1 Ba apts.. :% ,I.? "' ''(/

You Pick Up or We Deliver, e New Duplexes. 2 BR. sale or rent.... Starke... $350/Mo. range..refrigerator, carpet central heat &' air. ", : t..'....'"-1:'"":i'a'

,e 2.00O SQ. FT. Home on 2 1/2 Ac. Rent or Sale $400/Mo. patio and laundry. Free water sewer& J{,' ';..
Rent $185 $220 mlnlmurruTwo ',' : ',
We Also Have Red Heart Cy ress'Lumber (BRADFORD LAND CATTLE COMPANY garbage.complete handicapped apartments avail. ,I

Ronald E. Newman. Sr, FIDIatt/A&>>plleatlosu .
964-6649 473-2157 Evenings Fane Fwk Apertmente 778 NE let Street. Lake Butler.Fl 83084
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least' three home burglaries apprehended one nine liown um Brownlee Road was hit Sept. 14 and 4.:
have been solved with the arrest of a road. Gullion later surrendered O'Neal residence also on Brownlee \/:Y .,:' Kenneth ; j
step-brother and step-sister. herself and was charged by Deputy Rd was hit Sept. 20. Firearms,, \ "
Doug York with burglary and grand Jewelery and miscellenous items
Michael Eugene Silver, ''So, .of theft were taken from all three homes nsl
Starke has been charged with armed Numerous items of jewelry were' said Reddish. ETHERIDGE ,
burglary and grand theft Sept. 22, found during a search of the Silver "
according to Sheriff Dolph Reddish. home. Additional charges, are pending
The Duval detail matched percent of the
County pawn Approximately 90 the couple and they may also
against
I the serial number from a pawned stolen property has been located at be charged with other recent I, /
firearm In Jacksonville as the pawn shops in Jacksonville, Starke said.
Sheriff Reddish Sheriff
firearm which had been entered in ,and Orange Park. The three homes burglaries, SHERIFF SHERIFF "
'the computer as stolen from Brad- were burglarized during the Gullion's bond was set at $5,000,
ford County. The name on the pawn daytime hours while the owners she was released on her own $$ :su;
ticket led Deputy Harvey Rhoden to were at work, said Sheriff Reddish. recognizance. Bradford County '
the Sampson City residence of Silver The Griffin residence on CR-225 Silver's bond was set at$5,000 cash
and his stepsister Beverly Gullion, east of Lawtey was burglarized only. There Is also a hold on Silver
27 ,Rhoden said Silver fled but was Cent, .13 ,'era .a ...... inn from Orange and Duval Counties "
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To the Citizens of ,Bradford County; I

I Traffic Court Results I IThe
1 have worked hard throughout the county during my campaignfor ,'f

defendants tag,dismissed. Darvin Glenn Thrift charged with sheriff., 1 would like to apologize,to those people I did not have :

peared following before Judge George ap-H. Bernard.. 'Taylor pled guilty DUI, found guilty wilful-wanton the opportunity to talk with personally I have covered most of the

Pierce Sept. 20 in Bradford County DWLS; provided valid license, reckless' driving (a reduced county and met.many people who are concerned about,the future of ",
Traffic Court wheretheir dismissed. charge); 'fined $625, attend DUI
received final disposition, cases 1 Taylor pled guilty unlawful speed; school,. Tri County Probation six Bradford County. A great number of those people think that it's :,4
fined $84.Penny. months, 50 hours community work.. Sheriffs Office ,;
time for in the
Anthony Wanton plied guilty no Ann Webber charged with James M. Barkett pled no contest a change ,
valid driver license (NVDL); unlawful speed; fined $88. disorderly conduct; six months One of the main concerns of the people is the drug' problem \
ordered to produce valid license anapay Margaret Sumner Dougherty pled court probation, violate no laws, fin- and the time for' a deputy i
which has 'plagued our county response : :
$55 court costs. guilty unlawful tag; fined $101.25, ed $101.25, Tri County Probation. ,
'Tri County Probation. Landon Howard Underwood pledno call when'called' <
Emilio Hernandez found guilty no to answer a ,upon. '
tag on mobile home; fined 10125. Dougherty pled guilty refusing to contest petit theft/retail theft; When elected sheriff, I will actively seek,to;solve those problems. ,::1:
Kenenth Wayne Howard pled guil- surrender driver license; all costs'suspended. $101.25 court costs, Tri County Pro-
while license suspended bat ion?90 days to make restitutionas 1 am confident that my 26 1/2 years experience qualifies me to'be
OWLS); fined $101.25, ten days in Deanna Lynn Galmon pled guilty determined thru probation office. sheriff. I have not only written traffic citations during my'
jail, suspended if paid within .ten DWLS; provided proof of license and Tony Smith pled no contest your ,
days., ,pay $50 court costs or pay 10125. trespass'of structure after warning; career, but I have actively investigated, murders homicides, rapes, I
John Todd Highsmith pled guilty Glenneth Wayne Carter'pled guil- fined $101.25, 60 days court proba breaking & enterings, grand larcency drugs and moonshine cases I
failure to report accident; $52 court ty DWLS; fined $101.25. tion, violate no laws.
costs. Rafael Delestre pled guilty viola Nola Hall Lee pled no contest to I am proud of my record as,'a law enforcement offllcer and will

Oscar Lashley pled guilty NVDL tion of restriction on driver license;, criminal mischief;90 days Tri County ,work to ,uphold the, laws of the State of Florida ,to each and every
$52 court costs. provided valid license; '''costs Probation'pay restitution to be
Lashley pled guilty failure to suspended, dismissed. determined by Tri County, $50 court citizen of .Bradford County.,
maintain! proof of insurance; provided Gregory Levelle Edwards pled I costs. In closing I would like'to' say as a candidate'"for sheriff I have not
proof of insurance, case dismissKenneth guilty permitting unauthorizedminor .Jean' 'Vera Rogers 'pled guilty
office.
ed. c to drive; $101.25 court costs. retail theft; 40 hours communitywork tried to ,buy my way into
Wayne Howard pled guil- Rodger Alan Graham pled guilty under Tri County Probation, ', I am a hard working. honest man who is fair' and impartial and .
ty expired tag; ten days in jail,will DWLS; produced valid license and six months supervision. will be 'working for all of Bradford County not Just a selected ,r
suspend if valid tag is produced. costs or pay 10125. Deborah Fay Green pled no con '
Howard pled no contest DWLS; Thomas Lars Svanstedt pled guil- test resisting officer without group. I will not be obligated to any particular group 'Or individual, : '.
produce valid license or ten day,In ty DWLS; $50 Court costs. violence; fined $101.25. dontions contributions of kind. i
for ,
or any
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any
jail. Gordon Wayne Baker pled guilty Vera Jean Rogers pled guilty I'if.
Richard L. Groskoff'pled guilty DWLS; $50 court costs. possession of drug paraphernalia, 20 I, would sincerely appreciate,,your vote and ,support, on October.. ,41\\:
DWLS; produce valid license and Baker pled guilty improper tail, hours community work, Tri County '4th' "
pay$50 court costs or pay 10125. lights;dismissed. Probation attend BUGC' for drug ,. ,
Groskoff pled guilty unlawful 'James Allen Dillard pled guiltyDWLS testing every week and therapy (it ......'r." ,t!' !.i1' E,
speed; fined $72. ; provide valid license and test positive will violate order), six t' '
Earl 1 Eulee Dees Jr.;,'pled'guilty' pay $50 court costs or pay $101.25. months probation. ,K T, "
unlawful tag; $50 court costs.. Anthony Wanton pled guilty Gregory John Angelouid 'pled no /
Michael Anthony Newman pled NVDL; produce valid license and contest possession of marijuana;;: E 'H
guilty unlawful tag;'ordered to pay, pay $55 court costs. fined $180, six months court' pro- '
$101.25. Harry McDougal. pled' guilty baton, violate no laws. ,N'E'I',
,' Donald Guy Prater pled no contest, ''DWLS; fined ,$101.25"Tri'County1' i James M. Barkett pled no contest SHERIFF
leaving accident;'fined 101.25 Probation six months, violate no disorderly'conduct; six' months N
Michael Lee Smith pled ,guilty laws, do not drive without license, court probation, violate no laws,fined
DWLS; provided proof of license,$50 McDougal pled guilty DWLS; case $101.25,Tri County supervision. E I
court costs. : Smith pled guilty'unlawful tag; Deborah Fay Green pled no contest disorderly Intoxication; fined T
'provided proof of tag, dismissed. driving under the influence' 10025. '
Smith pled guity DWLS; provided (DUD); fined$362,license suspendedsix Arthur L..Wheeler pled guilty issu: 'H '.
valid license, pay $50. months, 50 hours community ing worthless check; $50 court costs \
David Michael pled no work, attend DUI school,Tri County and restitution. E
provide
contest DWLS; proof of Probation. Curtis Lee Aldridge found guilty
valid license, dismissed. Green charged with, fleeing at- .petit theft; fined $101.25. .I'
Mary Juanita Bradley pled no con- elude -
tempting to police; case
test unlawful .tag;' provided: \ ,valid dismissed. -

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Donnie Risby 28,of Starke was ar- Arnold Ray Evans, 21,of Jackson
rested Sept.23 for DWLS, accordingto ville was arrested Sept. 24 for
Investigator' McClain. He was DWLS, according ,to',Investigator" "
released after a $210 surety bond McClain

was posted. Joe Alan 'Prevail'! '23, of

Tommy Lee, Alexander, 22, of Gainesville was arrested Sept.23 for
Raiford was arrested Sept. 26 for driving under the influence, littering -\ '
DWLS, according to Patrolman H. and resisting arrest without BACK POPULAR: DEMANDWITH
L.Johnson. He was released after a violence, according to Trooper D.C
$210 surety bond was posted. Roberts. Prevatt was stopped after
his vehicle was observed weaving on
'Eric William Crews, 26, of US-301 south of Starke,said Roberts. .,
Doctor's Inlet was arrested Sept.'24 While arresting Prevatt he threw '
for DWLS and no visible tag, accord beer cans on the road shoulder said
ding to Patrolman Gerald Hayes. He Roberts. Troopers W.M. ,Abrams"
was released after a $210 surety and Phillip Kraszewski' were calledto

bond was posted. assist. J

FOREMOST .td' PRIcE WIsE. PURCHASE OF $299 OR MORE. 4 DAYS 3 NIGHTS IN CENTRAL FLORIDA PLUS '
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combine to bring you Good

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PROJECTION TV WITHISSCrwrmrttuntofllquM i.Si 19" REMOTElIEC'TION u rt
REMOTE CONTROL CONTROL TV -
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COLOR CONSOLE 105 Channel cable;: 't.
compatible.
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BLACK JIM cootod. optically
SEAGRAM FREE VACATION $ $238
VELVET BEAM, SEVEN $599 INCLUDED 1.977. "

I Magic Chef \QfENERAl.
l Gibson' )ELECTRIC

14CUFT.RCFflMMtRATOft -- & TOP MOUNTREFRIGERATOR 24 CO. FT.

9 ,89,9 '.Excluiv warrant* 22.6 cu. ft. no-frost. :REFmeCRATOROptional toemaKwt
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FREE VACATION $399 FREE VACATION $699 FREE VACATION $799
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BACARDI cy Magic Chef '
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1/ 30"SELFCLEANING YOURS FREEGUARANTEE Cluasalllllfl'

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1 Gas or electric.' ...itipiiif w c.m'i bent the price. Ms your1, 38 function wireless' remote'
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$499 uinpli-ti-lli'l.ill-.' $299 FREE INCLUDEDA VACATION
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750 1.75 '"E' Begin your vacation at me world's favorite r"1fCR ,.
wonderland. Complete vacation on .
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;GIenFlddich l .Scotch qRt: >;$;f ) INCLUDED r T3$9 INCLUDED
:Windsor! Canadian;8 200.MI1l/ f'::: ?4:x Jr r <1.99 :

?GaargODickel? 20OMi.. i2Pr--3; ( (ftfJi\<'(1.99

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301 LIQUORS & LOUNGEStarke 1103 S.Walnut St. PH. 964-7701 '
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Pale IZB TELEGRAPH 1IMi;*<* 1rITORSECTION SeptemberZ9.1988.





HOURLY PUBLIC NOTICE I DON'T

DRAWINGS! MISSIT
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:FACTORY AUTHORIZED CLEARANCE:,

(, THURS. 'FR!.", SATURDAY :. '',

.::.::'.:...., SEPT. 29", 3O' & OCT. 1 (

9 A.M. til last .customer ,leaves!








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REGENCY HYUNDAI; MAZDA, DAIHATSU will be in Starke, Florida on

Sept. .'29, 3O and Oct. 1 at, the lot adjacent to Mosley Tire on U.S.,'3O1

South for 3 ,days and ,3 days'only with drastically reduced: prices on
every :vehicle in stock! The savings will be passed directly'to. you'from + -"--;

9:00 a.m. until the last customer leaves during authorized factory

clearance. Bankers,will be on hand'for special no money down

financing to' qualified buyers. Over 3OO new HYUNDAIS, MAZDAS and

'DAIiHATSUS will be clearly priced on the window to insure the lowest.

possible price is given! In consideration of other dealers and not to

disrupt the Starke automotive market, we cannot advertise price but,

prices this low may"never be available: again!! THIS IS A BUYING

OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME!! ,No Brokers ,allowed. Out, of state

buyers will be on hand to insure top dollars for your trade! ,Bring your
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title 'or your:'payment book! This Factory Authorized,Clearance will

absolutely end at 6:00 p.m. Saturday, so don't' be late and miss the'

buying opportunity of lifetime!! Due to special,pricing, no other
advertised specials will apply during this 3 day sale!


Regency i 1 Regency 'f, )

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'86 MAZDA BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET J .'86 MAZDA BuDGET '77 Honda '81 Chevy
B2000 SE-S! '73 Chevy Nova '80 Dodge' '79 Ford 323"DX". '79 Chrysler' Civic Che'vette'
Ram!SO T-Blrd _
: Pickup Newport
5 5Speed Air
'St Speed.N9309 AutotYans.Runs, Auto..Afr.Low 704iB Auto.Afr,Stereo Auto''Air Stereo
''Auto A1r: Stereo 5 S Stereo
Great. 92834 Workhon 11255A Miles Stereo' .6661A pe:665sA '8029A
11096 A
$,136$5995/Mo.or $395 $1195 $1795-. iS6f$4995/1or'. $595' $595 $1795.

BUDGET BUDGET' "'.85 Chevy BUDGET '84 Pontiac. '86 Isuzu '84 Mazda BUDGET
'77 Ford, Toyota Cavalier '75 Toyota Hero SE 'Pickup B2000' '74 Buick
Granada corona CeUca ST Electra
Auto Air Stereo.. 4-5peed.Air, 5-Speed.Air .
Auto.Air Stereo 4Speed.Air Wagon..'1154 A 5 Speed.. M Stereo.Sporty! 4-Speed.Stereo Stereo.'9854 Auto Afr.Stereo
'9197A Stereo-1204A Stereo 11156 A .6720A AtTordable,9867 Nice}'9834 A ,
$4795'or $4495 ,' .
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or $4849
$.795 $995 $1195 $ $
$107 /Mo. $15978/Mo.+ $12989/Mo. 4995 495 ;

,. .$t rm Down Cotfi Of Trod Equity Plus Tax ft Fees Finance$7005.65 For 60 Moi.at 11.75"APR.!DPP: $10297.00 Pay only tax tog Afee*.Fierce$5002.20 for 48 Mot.at 13.75 APR DPP.$6568.60 with approved credrt.t' .
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I To Be Sheriff of Bradford County?

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CONSIDER THESE COMPARISONS :

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,*, ,Experience In Leadership and Supervision

of Law Enforcement Personnel in the Last'2O Years '

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. '* ,DOLPH REDDISH KENNETH ETHERIDGE .
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: In supervision aU depUties,Jail No experience in this area : ,. ."' ...
personnel and office staff. Plus ...' It
years of experience. Chief Deputy. ,' :i,

I.** *: :Big Crowd 'Expected at Art, Festival : ::1

Experience in Budget Planning and Administration: ;

For Enforcement, Department in the Last 20 Years : ', By Mark Fide in ,.

.. BCT Staff Writer '- ,
Welcome to the past!. 'I.' '
DOLPH REDDISH:, KENNETH ETHERIDGE: This year the Starke Festival of -" ,
.- {the Arts will include a call to the

: 16 years of sound fiscal planning I No experience. in this area : past .,'the Gay 90's, the Roaring
and management of the Sheriffs *' i20's, the heydays ,during',World
Department Budget fThls year's I = ,'War II and the bobby soxers of the'

'budget is 647895.00) ,' : 150V
-: ; : Festival 1 volunteers are inviting r

."", *: ." the public to come dressed in ,ira\
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I. Experience in Criminal Law Enforcement, ,.1(: \' )1.,'':.,.(:*:', {{their>\r choice'of costumes .or other
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J '" dress items from the'period that
*: and Investigation in the Last 20 Years I \1''::':ti',: = ."t|enchants them the most .the hoop ., ""

'.' ..k.irts'and' high collars of the .o

1860's, the flapper's dress of the.
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*. ;16, years experience In every .20 years experience centered around' 'raccoon coat of the 40's, Whatever < phase of Law Enforcement and traffic control. Areas include: = r time period they choose,}festival ,
,Criminal Investigations both ,Catching Speeders with Radar .*. I sponsors ''ere' inviting"citizens to
*.' .personally and in a supervisory Writing Accident Reports Traffic : I> parade the past on Call Street at
..' capacity.Areas include:Murder Fatality Investigations and, .; the third Annual'festival.of the eYestlval
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Robbery,'Arson Rape.Assault.' ,Patrolling the.. .Highways : Arts on October 15 and 16. 'i'
*I Drugs and, Warranta', *: 'Newly renovated Call Street will I .
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be the site of the Festival,as artists ,
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:" Experience In Leadership and Supervision ," =, tracks in the'center of town. ,: ':t ..:'<(i '" 'h' A. 1. .
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: of Law Enforcement Personnel in the Las;,20 Years *=: The festivities begin at 9 a.m.with, e. fd1.SY!
,., *:- (I a Call to the Past. Dressed,in .

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DOLPH REDDISH WITH KENNETH ETHERIDGE WITH =

*4- BRADFORD COUNTY ,. PATROL THERLORIDAffiGHWAY'' -..-' I l With Call ForwardingyourcailsalwaysfindyOu.' ..,z
SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT: : :

>* Started. Correctional Officer at Started as Trooper 120 years *= \
Bradford County Jail; Promoted to WAS STILL A TROOPER 120 YEARS .
: Jailer; Became Deputy Sheriff as weIl. LATER when he took a leave of =
as Chief Jailer Promoted to Full-Time absence this summer to run for .
:' Deputy;Promoted to Chief Deputy; Sheriff :*: That means:

| Elected.Sheriff of Bradford County 4, *:. You can call on all your neighbors and still'get all your calls

(four)terms.Has been the Chief Law : ; :' You can steal away to your::favorite restaurant and would-be' ., ,
:; Enforcement of Bradford County for 16 :. : ,' r" Will think you're still at home. ,
"' ;'. ; i I": burglars "4' t "
I I. years. I.' You, can play I "Monopoly" at a friend's house without, missing'VuMui p"" ,'
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: For Law Enforcement Over the Years I :,,". ,' :: >': ''i\I''IiI/:4!;'\,)!". :,:/VMlf, 1;,(V';),, ,,'' You can have'youiphone follow you by dialing a simple.. code<'Wff',\\ Y K,:,;,1''':.-,
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The more than 10ft artists who full length article in American
L will be featured at the'show are Artist Magazine,and has painting
coming from all over'the state of in the permanent,:collections of
Florida, South Georgia and many' colleges,universities banks and
; of them are local artists eager to porations throughout Florida S
4 display their talent to ,the David Greenbaom ceramist,.
.. appreciative big crowds 'which lives,in Archer, Florida, where he
,,'. have been a highlight of the show opened his own studio in 1974.His
since its inception.The work, wheel thrown hand-bur.,
.show is being sponsored by nished and,carved porcelain, is,
the City Starke and by Santa Fe 'currently being shown in numerous
Community College Starke Center, galleries.in the'United States
:; the SFCC Endowment Corporation Canada and Europe. Corporate
and the StarkeBradfordCharnber'of collections; of his works include
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ways. The artists who have com Gamble Rogers, a contemporary
mitted to the show this year are troubadour and humorist will be

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other very successful event." Saturday evening on the main
Great Show...
I 1 The setting,along the renovated stage in the SFCC parking lot next
I Festival Co Director Nancee Clark chows off the official .pouter for fast year's are Inviting members of the public to wear costumes and Item of clothing Call Street section of the' city 'to the Telegraph. This perfor '
how to Cuy Andrews*,This year' theme.a a"Call to the Past and sponsor from the"good old days, 1 which has undergone' tremendous mance is free to the public. During

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3An Bradford County The Patrol has found these check outdoor theater performances: ,
'It 'The Florida' Highway Patrol will points to be an effective means of enforcing areas'for the artists with their'' There will also be some special
'If"; .--" be conducting driver license and the equipment and driver many creations ''and a 'central activities for the younger.set, int.'
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,Price Reduced $6OOO.OO SR-16 CR-18 CR-16, CR-21B,' be conducting Highway driver license' and The categories in the festival im youngsters can'purchase art at'.
CR-225 CR125J.CR229, CR-231,1 i vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- elude works.in two dimensions, ,their own "piggy bank,prices...
Spacious Home, Two Family Rooms, CR-227 Bradford R-22I"lR-230; and CR-100A., ing the week of Sept. 30 through Oct.. (painting, drawing printmaking Local non-profit groups ;will
Restricted Neighborhood, Now Only in County.Recognizing '6 SR-100, SR-121,'SR-231
presented'to on SR-241, and, photography) and in three serve'' a variety of goodies and
"' the danger SR-238 CR-18 'CR-237 1
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$86,000 the public by defective, vehicle CR-125-CR-231ACR-24A, and,CR-' dimensions .(wood-working, treats on Walnut Street in the Call. .
C .equipment Troopers will concen:' 796A Union County 964-7630 J
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:Bradford Properties & Investments, Inc. brakes operated, 'worn with 'tires defects and such defective as bad Parenting in glass, ceramics and WinningTennis '.':" ; "."" '"
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Lie. Real Estate Broker who would v'olate the driver license you are expecting a baby soon, made from pineneedles and other' ," ,,',; .:".1'::, \':
laws of Florida.Kenneth you don't want to miss the prenatal materials. These exhibits are InstructionPrivate \. '>t.\,: ;,:
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labor and delivery and care of the ,judging the many works at .the Call Mark at ;, ,
newborn. Sessions are informal, show, for the'awarding of ',
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Classes will be from 7 to 9 p.m, For 'will be'on hand throughout the Students Include'f f/\ ;:"I :
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'It's, good'.that Dolph' ,Reddish feels that it, is important, for your Tile & Carpet''

deputies to have. training and .education in the ,law",enforcement, ',field.: ,

But ,-"'.why; is it so important NOWII. 131, N. Cherry St., Starke'

When: elected ALL of.'your deputies yvillhave; equal, amounts of 964-7423

training in:police procedures: :other: specialized, reas. ,

It's good that Dolph :Reddishfeels: that .you only, need 12 hour LEVOLOR BLINDS

'protection."-,and WHY:: is that so 'important.nowl1! ,

'.' Because when.elected, you:WILL. have protection' from. 'the NEW Verticals' 1
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Bradford: County:Sheriff's. Department 24 /hours a day.. ,: Mini ,5O %

It's good ,that,.. Dolph Reddish, aided in,the Investigation'and arrest .e Pleated '

of;certain" criminals. But is E .OS F;
drug-related -- why THIS!:: being emphasized :
now!?! Suggested, Retail Price

As ;Sheriff I will investigate arrest and 'help convict hard core'
e 90 Days Same As Cash Financing Available:e
drug-related criminals rapists, murderers, and other'undesirables in

our county: and "KEEP 'THEM' n "our ,jail or ,'send 'them to prison! Large, :j ;.

whatever; their, race and/or economic'status may.be.; Selection No Wax .

Please come: to.the polls on'Octob'er 4th';, 1988 and cast..your.vote

for me., Be a part of cleaning! up your' county.. 'I VinylFlooring '


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Dolph'Reddish .......Ethertdge.:'who has worked for "
Is a hard man to find these days." the Florida Highway Patrol for 20 I
Instead of operating from behind his years as a state trooper, has taken a ., 1.99, 399yd.
desk at the courthouse he Is out on leave of absence from the FHP The
the road shaking hands, patting 'state won't allow Its staff to : ,' .
backs and telling people why they ,campaign while working Etheridgeshould
keep him as the Bradford said'
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