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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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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Worth mooting New Jail Annex Planned Under DOT Suit Pressureby ',' 1


" Joe Gissy consent, order to ''prevent 'the It is good for years to come, but just missioner Wilbur Waters, "is what decision to proceed with the 15 bed I
, BCT Staff Writer lawsuit), whether you do or not," not big enough, according to Reddish we're talking about. It will be less annex.,"said County Attorney Buzzy :
BHS; Reunion... Pressured by a proposed Depart- Reddish told the commission. Sufff icient space is available at ,than that." Green. "To ,have the 15 beds \\0,1

)' The Class of 1961 will host the ment of Corrections law suit, county By far the biggest problen is over the site of the present jail to con "Using inmate labor,we will buildit available Jan. 1 instead 'of waiting '
third annual reunion of all Bradford commissioners decided Monday, crowding at the 'jail. The consent struct what is needed for the pre as cheap as we can," said Com until March will show a good faith effort "
:I'' i High graduates immediately pet. 3, to proceed with an minimum order demands that space be in- sent. A''minimum security, dormitory missioner Maxie Carter, Jr. as the to comply he said. :t

following the homecoming game security addition to the present creased 10 beds by year end, and 13 type structure,built as an annex commission voted to proceed 'with "This is a stop-gap measure," said "I',.
,Friday Oct. 14. countr. beds by March 1. to the present jail "will save an annex at the jail. Commissioner Joe Riddick with
Three problems at the county Jail "To rent hundreds of thousands of dollars" Commission Chairman Lawrence
Mucis from the 50's and 60's will prisoners out at $40 per agreement from all.The annex is ex-
, be played by a disc Jockey for cited by DOC (Department of Corrections day, times 10, just multiply that out over building a new jail at a new Mosley said, "We know what we got pected to provide adequate inmate,
, listening and dancing enjoyment your at ) in a suit filed last May,will and you get into big bucks,''' the site, the sheriff said. ta do, its just a matter of getting our. housing for just three to five years- :\
be corrected the Commission decided sheriff continued,"And I to tell heads and do '
' the Starke Golf and Country Club want Not knowing the cost of buildingan together it. "Federal; funding Is over out the ,I
," Make plans to attend. The past' 'you up front I don't have one iota of annex to the present jail, "Pray the good Lord sends us door." the ,sheriff said. "If it was '! (
two have to be annual "Our options are nil. We don't money" or authority to build this estimates of from $40,000 to $100,000 some money." he said after the vote
event years don't proven want to miss. have a choice," said Sheriff Dolph thing. You will have to do it." 'were made. "Just a slab with four was final. ,(see Jail Annex....p.2M( ;,'
,you Reddish. "I intend to sign, this (la' The existing jail is in good hhape walls, ,and an open room," said Corn- 'I,am very complimentary of your


Jr. Class Duas... '

The Junior Class of BHS is tJ' First ReddishReign "

assessing a fee of $35 to each ,
Junior Class member attending the.
Junior-Senior Prom, in lieu.of all ,"
fund raising activities. _
Black '
Because of the need for immediate t IR A

." funds, all fees paid by Oc', 4 I
tober 31 will be discounted $10.To
pay the fee,'contact Ms. Wanda
'., Prevatt in the BHS Finance Office, Elected Ends
} + or call 964-680Q ri''
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Sheriff Reddish I
Dolph narrowly
; ',,' Class of 1988... / The District 1 County'Commissionrace ,beaten by State Highway Patrolman i

It 1,::" All persons planning to go on the was won by Ross Chandler who Kenneth Etheridge In Tuesday's se- :.(i
i\!'; '. :' 1988 Senior Class Bahamas Cruise polled 472 votes against his cond primary election says, uOf ',;
"may pick up their deposit at the challenger Mitchell Brown's 384, a course I am disappointed and surprised ,, ,.'
Travel Agency on North '''comfortably, 98 vote margin. I knew it would be close, but Jt
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Tempe Ave. This race has made Bradford'' ,thought I would come out on top.

Anyone wanting a Class of '88 County history, being the first time y '. Etheridge also said he thought he,<'
jersey, please call John,Slater, ph ever that a black candidate has wona would win the contest,saying, "1 did
782-3008 after 4 p.m., seat on the County Commission. vt it almost all. by myself by knockingon
The'53 percent black majority \ doors."

Gator QB Club... District 1 was set by court mandate;' The ,final ,vote tally, including
UF,"Defensive. Line Coach" Rex and made possible the, victory. ,by absentee votes gives Etheridge a 295!
black person vote margin, with 2,591 to 2,2% for
Norris is the speaker at the Starke
Incumbent Dist I Commissioner Reddish. .
,Gator Quarterback Club meetingset Lawrence Mosley is retiring' from When 'asked to what did he attribute .
( Sept. 29) at
today Thursday Club politics and chose .not to run .for re1, his success, Etheridge said
the Starke Golf and Country
"The have had t
election. drug problem may
Social hour 6:30 Covered ,
: "
p.m. effect the outcome but
Chandler in some on
Brown out
polled
dish supper and meeting, 7pm.,. precincts I 2B; in Lawtey and 3B, at mainly it was just the idea that }Jt is' ,'
, Speaker! Jerry Anderson tight "
.. the Ag. Bldg. but was out voted'' time for a change. .
, end and special teams coach. about 4 to 1 in precinct; 7., the The long tenure in office of the '
headstart building in Reno. Reddish family spans'more than 40

V Seminole! ,Boosters..., Chandler,of Starke,won out in the years and three generations, according
, to the sheriff. His father, the
run-off after Herman ,Johnson, a
The Bradford-Union Seminole black who lies in Lawtey, was late P. D. Reddish, was first elected I
i Booster Club meets at 7 p.m. next, in .the first primary in JROJC Color Guard.., sheriff in 1948, just 40 years ago, and ,
*' Thursday, Oct.,U,' In the KOA \,eliminated. 'which Brown and Chandler .tied with Members of the Junior Reserve Officers Training ''Mt'mben'f the Color Guard arc) Gerrold l.olacuno was succeeded in office by the pre'

(i' Speaker .._. ,291 votes each,' Corp* of BHS prepare to raise the colors at the Bradat. left, with back to camera, Tom Bradford fasten-, sent sheriff, in 1972 Before becoming
: Bill Cappleman, ex- sheriff, P. D. Reddish was on the
. ford Hlgh-Interlachen football, game: ; ing snap, and at right.'Allison MfCutcheiv in back- ;
.
; \ FSU quarterback, Dinner: $3.50. board of County Commissioners for
Commission.
Burkhalter front
District 3 .. Jeanette Daniels center; and Ashley, : '
' 10 years, and before him, the grandfather
;, Parenting Class... Incumbent commissioner Maxie also' served as a ,commissioner .
i soon ,Carter, Jr, emerged the winner in ; for several years
don't
If expecting a baby ,
another seemingly close race for the
(' miss the prenatal classes set Oct. District 3 County Commission seat. BHS "Yes,' the 'drug problem hurt
'':,. 10 Nov. 7, sponsored by,.the Extension Challenger Ralph Bryan, seekingto Homecoming OnTap some," said the sheriff, "certainly it I

Service on US301N.Learn regain a seat he lost to Carter 12 was a negative thing not a positive
about prenatal care, !abort,. years ago, polled 440 votes against Influence. Finger pointing and innuendoes -
delivery, and care of the newborn. 541 for Carter. Carter' polled just 'Five days of Bradford High Bath, Betsy Nail,Tammy Jo Tatum--: decked out in their tackiest world I may have led some peopleto
' Sessions are informal, educational over 55 percent of the votes cast, homecoming activities for 1188! get, Mindy Rother, Lisa Mitchell Tonya travler outfits. This is a Class of the believe something was going on,
' and fun. Classes: 7.9 p.m. For a of 101 votes. under way Monday, Oct. 10. Johnson, Selena Norman, Jill Year actitity. ,
I,, : more info, contact the Bradford gaining Carter figures margin the $75 solid waste The 1988 Bradford High homecoming Strickland,. Tangela Pittman, Wednesday, Oct. 12, is the Tornado ,"It is ironic that I was the first ones!'
:"1' Extension Office. 964-6280, Ext..'284. assessment cost him 200 votes, but queen's court was selected Tuesday Zellouise Montgomery, Kim scavenger hunt. Beginning at who called in the outside" help, the
I. points out the new state law requires Oct. 4; in voting by the Senior Brewer Carria: 'Woods, Karen" Wimpy first lunch, a list, of BHS-Tornado FDLE and the FBI, the sheriff con-
Class. The entire student body will items, will be 'distributed to tinued, "and how it got turned
such, assessment and the
f' Scramble Futurity... as countyhas around that I was of ,the
choice. vote on the queen Tuesday Oct It students. The class which- turns in part problem

The 1988 Coca Cola Classic Bar Bryan no was also' critical of thecounty's The six members of the Queen'sCourt Five Days of Fun.. the most items, on the list will be ; I don't know I 10
rel (horse around awarded 50 points in Class of, the have for "' ,
;., Futurity racing : mosquito control program.', are: homecoming Is "I nothing to apologize ,
Theme of the 1988
barrels) is set Oct. 12-16 at the Elisha Jill Gruen, daughter of Dr Year Competition. Second placed he said. "There has been no scandal I
.,; ,Bradford Riding Club facility on) State Races... and Mrs. Harry Gruen of Starke. ( "Tornadoes Oct.Around the World. gets 30 points, third 15'points, and' in my administration. We have a low ,II
US-301 north at the fairgrounds, Monday 10,questions concerning fourth points crime and good clearance ;
a'
: Bradford County from Elizabeth Renee Hewett, rate ;
departed world facts will be read in morning '
The calf, hog, and chicken the statewide trend in giving the majority of Mrs. Linda 'Hewett of. The first stu- Thursday, Oct 13, is Tornado rate for crime. I have been in office
announcemnts. I
'; scramble is set Saturday night. of its votes to Bill Gunter for Stare and the late Mike Hewett. dent each cor.' World Olympic Games. Lunch' 16 years 'without lying or using
Oct: 15, at 5:45: p.m, at the Brad United States Senator. Gunter polled 'oWanda Lynette Jenkins, to will answer free question'ticket to periods will be combined into a one-. devious means, and I ran a clean''
" ford Riding Arena at the daughter of Mrs. Annie Mae Jenkinsof rectly receive a hour block/After fourth period the, race and worked hard. There Is
Bradford while
in
votes County
ticket
2,428
Whirl free to
fairgrounds. In addition, there will Starke and Willie Jenkins of Mid Tornado and a game will begin behind the library. nothing more I could have done."
MacKay was collecting only 1,963.
be a chicken scramble for the dleburg. homecoming game. Activities such as a sack race, tug of ;
smaller kids. The futurity will include Statewide however MacKay out- Terricena Lynette Kittles Starting Monday bnd'continuing war, pie eating contest, etc. are Etheridge "also says,. *4'1 worked
" top riders from all over the polled Gunter about 4 ,percent, col- daughter of Ms. Neledrina Cunningham all week, tickets for red balloons will planned. Prizes, will be aWarded., hard and ran a'clean race, and I
52 of the vote toGunter's '
percent
; U.S. as well as riders from the lecting be sold. Students may purchase can't let now. I still have a hard
and Archie Kittles Jr. of up
r Bradford and Union Riding Clubs 48 percent. : tickets, for 25 cents each, from any Friday Oct. 14, 'is Spirit. Day. o, referring to the Nov, 8
The race for Secretary of State In Lawtey.\ Students will show their support and Genera
,'.... for the Calf Scram Student Council member. They may Election ,in which he will
Sign-up now Lewis
Bradford shows Tom Moore'' Amanda Gay' daugther of the BHS football : "
County then bring the ticket to the, loyalty to team by Bob Milner,
meet Republican
ble, open to 4-H and FFA girls and running well ahead of opponent Jim ,Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lewis of Starke. homecoming game to be redeemedfor dressing in scarlet and gray
,1\ boys m high school, the hog scramble .- one'margin. Elizabeth Ann Rowell, daughter
t Taft, by more than a two to will be released
a ballon. Balloons Etheridge says he had"orilY three'
'
4-H and FFA of
to
girls
open of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Futch of
, Statewide, the results were'
as part of halftime activities,This and one man working for'
forms available women
any age. Entry 'Starke and ,Charles, Rowell'of IIC Parade...
much the with Moore leading
same, .
from FFA advisors David Smith I will ,be Class of the Year CompetiJtion him. The Democratic nominee says
' and Greg Alvarez and 4-H coordinator by wide margins in all areas of the' palatka.; activity..' 'The homecoming.parade. is set forI he will be hard on drugs and wants a
Rod Buchele For more info state.. Contestants' fori 'Queen's Court ,Tuesday, Oct!'. It, is Hall Judging p,m. Friday; : new jail, if possible, to keep offenders .
call 964-7871, For'' State Treasurer, Bradford were Christy Myers, Susan Peugh, Day. Class hallways t which have The parade will first go west on off the streets until they
County gave Ken Jenne a good lead Pamela ,Thornton, Carrie Shaw,, been decorated Monday night, will Washington ,Street turn left onto come,up for trial.
" over John Vogt 2,160 to 1,844. Dana Bowen, Cheryl Brazell, Shan be judged Tuesday before school Orange Street]! left onto Call Street,
+ Gamble Rogers... Statewide, Jenne led Vogt by a 53'(to non Wolf, Becky Poore, Wendy Tuesday is also Tacky Tourist Milner has also come out in favorof
(See Homecoming... .
47 percent margin.Solid.. Young, Denise Waddell, Patricia Day. Students will come to. school a new jail.
The Florida'Troubadour. Gamble

Rogers, will appear here at 7 p.m.

Oct.Art Festival 15, the Saturday set Oct.. 15-16.night of the I Iby

.. and Rogers story,teller Florida's, is known top folk singer Waste Disposal .Fee Schedule Increased .1

statewide. Accurately described an

American scheduled to treasure, Rogers in Starke's is Joe Gissy $300 above five cubic yards:. pay $600; from 20 to 30 cu.yds. will it would not be included on the Two such complaints were heardat I.

perform the area BCT Staff Writer In 1988.$300 was the maximum fee pay$900,and above3Ocu.yds., a $300 assessment rolls until January 1988. this meeting Fred Westcott,
parking I
downtown plaza,
Center. A revised schedule of charges for paid by anyone for solid waste charge will be added for each additional and a special assessment fee would Starke, bought property in October, '
of the SFCC Starke the special assessment for solid disposal. 10 cu.yds. not be billed until the fall of 1988, to 1987 that had two buildings which .1 t
waste disposal was presented to the ,The new Schedule will have five The commission is preparing anew cover the year 1988. All of the year were not habitable.. Renovations
. Bradford County Commission atits, defined classifications, with'a 10 ordinance which will define a 1987 would have ,been without were completed in June, 1988 but :
.. EDA Banquet... meeting Monday, October 3. cubic yard rider that will add $300 time when the charge will be assess- charge. Westcott had received two bills for I
Only those businesses generating for every 10 cubic. yards above. 30 ed on new residences and business The proposed ordinance wilt pick assessments. Since ownership of
The annual banquet of the Brad when the criteria ;
are is
large amounts of trash and wastesare cu.yds. establishments. up new properties they property as of Jan. 1
ford County Economic Development affected.The previous schedule Residential and offices will re- According to the present ordinance first occupied and prorate the used for the special assessment, he
Authority Is set at 6:30 p.m. had only three classifications basedon main at $75 per, year Businesses assessments are levied on assessment for the remainder of the should not have been billed until
Monday, Oct. 24. in the KOA banquet the amount of wastes generated having less than five 'cu.yds. per properties as of January 1, and new year. next year, the commission agreed.
room. An annual charge of $75 for week will remain at $150, and from establishments or residences that To i be included in ,the new ordinance Another resident, Marie Sanford.
Dinner; $12.50. The public is in, weekly: be definite cut-off date claimed she had not received a bill
residential and professional Offices, five to 10 cu.yds. of wastes will remain come into being after Jan. 1 will not will a
vited For reservations. : call $150 for businesses generating more : at $300. Those concerns be assessed the fee until the follow- after which complaints and errors in for the assessment and was not expecting

964-7375.: than five cubic yards (one filled generating more that 10, but less ing year.; As an example, if a the fees and billing process would no one until she: received noticeof

Upcoming... dumpster) of waste per week and that 20 cu.yds.of waste per week will residence was built in January, 1987, longer. be considered.. ...(' .a lien being. placed on her property.

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Public meetings scheduled in the '

coming Hampton weeks Council are: :,regular monthly Bradford County Election Results by Precinct: ,

l", .., 11. meeting, 7 p.m., Tuesday. Oct.' Pr.clnctt' 1 ,2A 28 3A" ,38: 4 .. 5A, SB 6A ,68, 7',. 8A. 18 9A 98 IDA. 108 11 12A 128 13 .U' 15 16 Ab. Total ,.",

,r' 4 Brooker Council: regular mon Sheriff: '

.':.. thly meeting.7:30 p.m.t :Tuesdays. Kenneth Ethrldg, 20141 116 53 'i45 201 180 31 ,83 57 186 .84' .64 7994 119 .119 '194 38' 107 102'' 88 98 41 170' 2,591
Oc. 11. '
Board of Governors Chamber of Dolph Reddllh' 143 .7..211 ,44 38 228 ,99' '45 47 48 179 84 60 67 80 60 92 128 30 79 80 83 122 19' 176' 2,296

Commerce: noon, ThursdaySept.. I'D; '.

13, SFCC Board Room, County Commliilon. ",.,lrtit It
District 3 .
Art Festival set Oct. 1S-1. County Commission, :
Saturday\ and Sunday. Gamble Precinct:. 5A 8A 88 9A 98 AB. Total Precinct 28 3B 7 AB. Total

.Rogers set to appear at 7 p.m. Ralph Bryan 132 66 '65 50 91 36 440 Mitchell Brown 201 60 75 48 3(4

Saturday. Admission: Free. ,.. 'MoxU Carter. Jr. 147 101 58 95 81 59 541 Rots Chandler' 134 21 296 21 472

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rI 11 be necessary but if no Informationis
I I given as to the type of emergency
,' aU three departments will answer
the call says Chapman. "We will all
respond loaded for bear. It is betterto
\ t. j ji turn units around than to arrive at
the scene and not have what is need-
ed."
All areas of Bradford County, except -
about 30 subscribers In the New
River area will be included on the
911 network, according to Chapman.
Those subscribers on the Lake
li/v/ Butler telephone,exchange (prefix
49G-) will still be connected to the
Union ,County 911 net and will be
i "enelc'= rr.Mn referred to Starke by way of Lake
Butler The enhanced system will
not be operative there as yet. They
,' Orange Street,at Madison' Straightened and Paved.., will need to continue giving verbal

'Belco Enterprises Inc donated 22 feet ,on the west Hide of Orange to agree to widen the street and do the repaying before the information as to location and typeof
Ii Street and agreed to pay for the' widening of the Orange and Madison prove building permit for the new shops on the went emergency,whether. fire, medical
I Slrt'ptlnlt'rseelion. The company also hall agreed to retop Madison Street Street. Photo was taken from In front of the Magic Mart fund.'J' orpolice.Bradford telephone subscribers in
from Bay to went of !Madison: street says Juv Andrew" It was necessary Street.
the Brooker area, Hampton area,
Melrose area and Keystone Heightsarea
; having prefixes of 475-, 468or

I :, City Board Denies Zoning- on Edwards system.473will be included in the enhanced


The Starke Zoning Board denied. ment. will do about $1,000,000 in businessthis the area,"and this to Buy
at its regular meeting Sept 29, the '"We are* a Clean industry, Winn year. clean industry
rezoning of a 1.2 acre parcel on Ed- said. "We use no chemicals,, no Objections 'were heard from looking for," said I
ward's Road from Single Family pollutants, and no' noise except an residents of Westmoreland Street Walt Wescott, the Health
Residential to 1 a light industrial occasional thump." Mrs. Minnie Box, and others saying deny the rezoning, Dept.
classIfication. The classification About one van per month is outfitted that if one industry is zoned into the one industrial
change to an 1-1.light Industrial will with computer equipment\ whichis residential area, the door will be' ed in the area : required.Commissioner.
'allow only assembly of component used for testing airport runways :opened for more In later years. for more in the Norman will make
parts Into a finished product and no and, highways, Wynn said. The Board member Warney.Atkinson1 "I was born and ,a counter offer for the adjacent lot of
manufacturing on the site. assembly only is ,done here. No moved the request be denied on the Wynn said "and 21500.
The owner of the parcel is W.J. manufacturing is contemplated. basis that it is spot zoning just the ings over this. I .
(Billy) Dodd Jr. Wayne, Wmn Component parts' are made. in thing the board is trying to get away Other Matters...
'1 manager of production and support England and Denmark imported to from. Special In other action the commission:
for Dynatest Consultants, Inc., ''Starke and assembled here. Even though the Armory a ball special Will help Lawtey clear a rightofway -
wants, to build an assembly plant for Wynn said he employs two technicians park and a uniform plant are across sale of self-service for paving a street, and will
highway and airport testing equip-! and a secretary,, and that he the road and the Hercules plant is in proved for ; help with grading the roadbed and
spreading umerock, as equipment is
Jail Annex available, at the request of Lawtey
Mayor Marvin Rosier. "No capital
?(from page IA) other idea that we can come up The third problem is staffing at 'for inmates, 'the money is' asked for," said Mayor
such a good thing every county \n with," said Sheriff Reddish. the jail. A dual staff for male and present staff is not Rosier, "just some help with equip-'
Florida would have done it." The least of tHe problems a violation -, female inmates is required. Two pet '\ ment.'*
,The county needs to Immediately''start of the fire code, requiring a hood 'more employees are necessary by doing this. Commissioner Wilbur Waters was
plans towards a new jail the' to be installed over, the Kitchen Jan. 1,one female and one male Cor- quick to point out that the county is
sheriff said and not wait until too range, can be corrected for about rection Officer I.,"We have enough if about ready to start paving Forsythe'Road
late. The county will now have threeto $5,000 said Reddish.,". have bids for< everyone is there," said Reddish, and equipment may be tied up
five years working rqqm. "'We that already," he said. Commissioner but not enough for fill-in for The'Sheriff will i for some time on this project. ".
need to explore every avenue,' including E. It. ''Nook" Norman offeredto absentees, vacations and sick leave,, ,mended budget re<\ Was told the right-of-way has
;a tri-county facility', with look into buying a secondhandhood .he said., positions which been surveyed for the Forsythe
Baker and Union Counties, and any1Homecoming "for less than $1,000". The rules require exercise periods ,$40,000! per year to .
Rubin, and no matching funds are See P.3AJ,

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'and left onto US-301 and go north 'Tornado Whirl...' nounced.. i
back to Washington Street.A The Tornado Whirl is set for 7 P.m: Cheerleaders will .cheer and the i
carnival, called the TornadoWorld's Thursday Oct 13, at the BHS BHS band will play ALLA&I
Fair, is set immediately, stadium. '
after the parade behind the BHS '. Class skits will be presented class Tammy Jo Tatum is chairpersonof
library. School clubs and organizations princesses will be presented and the cure wuvse I
will have various booths set up. Homecoming Queen, will, be, 'an- Homecoming.'I 0 Price Begin Thursday. men HONONCO a STAMKI 4MACCLMff .... I
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Register to VOTE by ,' ti IAa s. ties 1.115
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Local Women Represent Starke At Cancer Drrve Kickoff ,(


Mrs. John W. Griffin and Miss ,"Several persons deserve recognition Evelena Kittles of Lawtey; throughout the area. president of Winn-Dixie Stores Inc. ',i
Lillian Stump attended the annual for their'work in the cancer Jeremiah Johnson of Lawtey'Annie The Winn-Dixie Hope Lodge ''Is It was built by a donation of $\ I 'A
meeting and crusade Kickoff for the drives over the past several years," Murphew of Flora Home, Yolanda located In the area just southwest of million from Wlnn-Dixle"and ro'h," i;
1989 American Cancer Society Fund said local drive Chairman Lillian Walker of Starke and Ernestine the Veterans Hospital in Gainesville.It vides Jodglng for family members I'' "
Drive. Stump. Cooper of Keystone Height contains 30 small apartmentlikerooms and cancer patients who are "
The meeting was held at the Mar. Bertis Robinson of Lincoln City, Donations to the American Cancer for cancer patients and close undergoing treatment in Gainesville :.
rlott Hotel in Orlando. Starke, Jerxitha DeSue of Slarke, Society can be sent to the Bradford family members, hospitals.
The local drive for 1988 was the second i Mary Ann Clark of Lawtey;Glory E. County Unit, 1199 Bessent Road. The Lodge was dedicated on July More'' than 550 cancer patients
best ever for Starke and Brad, Jackson of Starke, Maurice J.White Starke, Fl. 32091. Envelopes for 11. 1986 by Jack Jones president ofWinoDixIe have stayed in the Lodge during the ':
ford County having raised $12,600 'of Starke, Linda Hampton of Plea- making memorial gifts' in the Koimrintinn.. and vice- past two years, M)' "''sits| *m for the society, and for the Wino sant Grove, Shirley... Kelly of Hamp- memory of the deceased are ":,
of .. Svlvla p "'. .nn of H.. nr>tnn,
rM,.t.. Hop" I,f.Hji" 'tn (1..ln..H'. ton available In funeral homes \
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Acres To Be Added to Blanding- ReservationAnother Suburban Propane

17,000 acres may be add- the\ reservation for additional use for Park,says the land Is presently zone
ed to the already existing 72,000 training and recreation The tract ed "green belt" (agricultural)) and Quantum
acres of the Camp Blanding reservation will be maintained in it natural state does not generate as much taxes as /
if discussions now,under way __as part of the Wildlife ManagementArea. it would under a commercial
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with Gilman Co to classification. "I think it's an, excellent
Paper come a '
satisfactory conclusion accordingto "Of course, the State would haveto idea," she said. "PUTS SAVINGS ON THE LINE"Summer /

a spokesman for the FloridaVa- approve any plan to add more
tional Guard. 'acreage to the reservation," Col, i
'The tract under consideration extends Forrester said He added, however, New Commander.,. .
seven! miles south along the that nothing has been officially approved Lt. 'Col! James E. Rogers of "
east side of SR.21 from its junction and will depend on Gilman s Starke will- be installed as Post
with SR-16. asking price for the tract.At presentthe Commander of Blanding at changeofcommand -
Lt. Col.! Ken Forrester. FNG pun is still\ In the" "information- ceremonies Saturday, 'Tank Installation-

public affairs service officer, said al gathering stage..... ... .... Oct 8,at 4 p.m. He will replace Col.
pl.ini "r<'.w.,.i... .".. "-f... ..... .. # ?- ( R Orr pai Leo Loreny.a. present commander. SPECIALSAS ,

Mathews, Attends' Real Estate ''Conference' "in Denver LOW AS "

Gold Award... -

Miss Lillian Stump is holding a Robert Mathews has just returned 'estate Members network of the network (from 20 to During the public the conference, worldwide $4650 ,:
where he attended
from Denver, Colorado
Distinguished Achievement plaque real estate
states trained in advanced domestic presented a major new '
awarded to the Bradford Unit of the a three day conference and and and international marketing techniques communications network called '. Includes tank installation .
domestic
American Cancer Society. The training program on
Including a revolutionary new WIN (Worldwide Information Network *
$12,600 raised In 1988 was the second international estate marketing, designed; to provide never, ) developed jointly ,with ,the (up to 30 of material)

best year ever for the Bradford Unit. 'sponsored-. the by world's Worldwide only Propt'l.ties'lnc.j global,real( before available real
No' tank'rental until 1989 '

from page< 2A, ", e Complete gas Inspection ,
Paving. .
Water Management District streets Hampton) Park a subdivision 'of your appliancesSuburban ,
Price, "or : Capital Avenue, University
eologist;Dennis J.
Road paving project.The money has forma A Avenue, College Avenue, Park
been set aside for the job, and about 'permit proceedings must be obtained will begin.to con; Avenue and portions of Crosby Itfty to 6e rift!! ,

90 been percent secured.of'The the easements work may have start struct the pond, says Price. Drive, Pecan' Drive ,and ,Ashley :Jfappy..,'Birtficfay'Betty
Was told by Zoning Director Drive. 2350 SW ,Archer Road .
to Commissioner
real soon, according Other matters considered by'' the .
O'Neal landfill
Darrell the county 9ettCes'fresitfent Gainesville FL
Waters.A constructed has no room (for deposit of asbestos commission an annex to the jail, a, PropaneQuantu '\
by
farm fishpond the Starke Post revised ordinance fur the assess Call Toll-Free j
west of to be removed from .,;,
CR 229
Ward
Eldon just
on
Office.The contractor to do the work ment of solid waste fees and an Trom'tlit' '
1-800-330-8998
flow of water L
CR-225 has blocked the : ;
enhanced 9it telephone
'and must be removed by October 1. at a'the Closed Post Office following, will be so roads notified and system are reported emergency in separate of your fan Club ..I.............dew ..."\__. ..r..r..r '
River
!according,to the Suwannee _stories in this week's The Telegraph. .. "
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Voter Drive..., '
The Republican Party of Brad,, tn''
ford County in conjunction with the
Supervisor of Elections Office will o
sponsor a voter registration drive TERWILLEGAR FORD I
Friday, Oct. 7, from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 8, from 11 t-t I.:
a.m., to 3 p,m. at the Florida ;
Federal Savings &Loan officer 395 d
W. Madison St. I Ij
Deadline to register for the Nov. "
'
8 General Election is this Saturday.' '. ; .THEHARD..TOF.IND',

.. Oct.flceUrjMr 8, at iSlxJAous pAJ.:1'1\e:: J:1!:lftioiis nt!>et>pynf Of'tf' !M x in *1988, RANGER ,Xlrn*, : wtlo-" ,trJ; i' i

Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
XLT Free air!" package. AM'f'M w/cassetle, tachometer, chrome\ step bumper -4-

Rabies Alert... sliding rear window, ,speed overdrive: j % !'

A rabid bat has been found in,the ,S% ,' .' / 'PM MJ1
TO
Keystone Heights area of Clay 25 .
County..The rabies alert area .
into Bradford CHOOSEFROM ,
overlaps County. : "
All animal owners are advised to'' CLOSEOUT -
make their animals ( and w. w >
sure dogs ---- -
SALE
cats) are up to date on their rabies
shots. Make every effort to restrict t<<
animals to owner property and 1988 1/2 FORD'ESCORT 2 DR. LX
avoid contact with free roaming '
animals. < r 5 speed,digital dodr owteadconsote' ,tinted glass power teemg i-4erval wi>ers, tsar
The rabies alert will end Dec. 13 *
'
-J window defroster, idrumenutKXi; group/bets/security r/oup and air concfcener
if no other rabid animals are fund. .1 I .
For more in formation phone

9645853. Only $7 49'5tzj

Square Dance... .
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1988 RANGER
"S '
,Square dance claSseS are now offered
the Bradford-Union Vo-Tech 30 TO .
Center. Only
Come Monday night,Oct. 10, 7:30 ChCOSEFfrOM: ,
p m.,Ken Perez is the caller. '

6 9'5 0 : ,

KLPOA Meeting,.. IS,

Water pollution specialists Gene
Fray of Clay County and Sandy\
Fisher o.f Melrose will be guest o
speakers at the Kingsley Cake Property
'FROM
CHOOSE
Owners Association. Satur,
day, Oct. 15. ,
A covered dish supper will be ,
''
,'served 6. 'at 7 p.m.with social-tour at V Out, These Specials OD.Terwill. gar 'Used Vehicles'w,


1987 Bronco 44 87 Ford Bronco n''. 1987 F-,150 '86 Eddie Bauer'' 198 Ford LTD
Club.
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Bible ..
Bronco n, VictoriaXLT'
,:302 E.F.J.. C-6 Trans. 'l33"WB"' '.302, C,6. Crown ,"
For Grades 1-5 at Southside V-6'AC. -Speed, rs, PH 13.000MllesAC',. '6Cy1.., ,Auto., Windows, ,,2 Dr.Loaded \I
Elem and Starke Elem,every ; Locks .
Thursday, after school.2-3:15: p.nu $ 12,495 t:2:
'
Stories, songs, games, and sur $14,995. ,9,995 $10,995' 1O995 ,
prises.Signed permission slip required
; availabe at school office.' 1986 Rang 4x4, Wan. F150 ,1987 ord Temp- '
86.Aerostar
4x4
For more info, call Dorene Davis, ,,1986 F-150 XLT ,1986' '

:964-8140,or June Lee, 964-6034., 13.V WD;Loaded. F1berg1ass Supercab, 6 Cyl.. ,AC:Auto' 6 C'L. Auto..Truisms, '4 Door Ipt
toppcr 23.000 Miles ,Air Condt L SAVEll ,w

'$,10,495 ,$ .8,495'$5f995' -C
$10 ,495. 8,295 ,
Call-In Program...
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,assist A morning senior citizens call-in service who are to alone, '198 GMC .1986 Ranger' '85 F-350 Pickup ,1984 Ford, "'86 Marquis Mercury i iSWD Z

'Is offered by the Starke Police cleant Flat Bcd' 6.9 L Diesel i Auto, Bronco II-4x4 ,'4 Dr..Auto,AC, ,

Department.To become Involved in the program '
a citizen is asked to register' $5,995 $4,200 $9,995 $5,495 $5,995
with the Police Department then ".
call in before 10 a,m. each oay.After -
10 a.m. the Police Dept. will 1984 '88 Lincoln '87: Honda Prelude 1985 300 ZX
r Volkswagen 1988 Mustang GT I
check on those citizens who have Towncar 2-DoorSunroof .
called in. If there is no answer Loaded 'T.Tops
not Use as Bus or Camper WADED! 4-Dr. Loadedt 5.Spccd !
a police officer will visit the
residence.In $,12'495 c :
$6,995 $12,995 $17995; $8,995


Emergency... ....,..
County residents'with 485, 468 or
496 telephone prefixes may call
' either of two numbers.376-1502 or TERWILLEGARMOTORSi 1
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.'". "', ,377-5122. In emergency situations,
I toll free day or night. In daytime
,, working hours the call will go Into 473-FORD I
',i courthouse switchboard at 964-7200 388-FORD
the 371-1096
r -
night the calls go to the county jail. Starke Keystone Hgts !
jurors should call 964-6280 ii localto Gainesville Jacksonville '
SUu-ke or 373-0209 If In 485. 475 or 209 W. Madison ,State Road 21. "b'
468 areas. j
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Picture postcards are part of history '

: ,,;; ''ti':/''; ;:' :, and ''many people collect* them as a hobby
-: 'Image Making' Degrades '
,:,, Dr. Mark Barrow a Gainesville physician

',' I interested in all things'' historical, has a'.

:,) U.S. Election ProcessAre collection of more than 15,000 cards with .

Florida scenes. Other postcard fanciers .

have collections ranging into six'figures. e

we being hoodwinked by televi- tIe tDits. and pieces: ., nun versusissues The history of postcards in the U.S.

sion? ..:a mish-mash that cannot be put dates back to 1873 when the first'penny''

"Yes" said Bill Moyers and his together coherently" were some of the cards were issued by' the government, but t1 Y ?

coterie commentators on a opinions expressed on the Moyers' pro- were not decorative like the color; picture .4
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''memorable ninety-minute TV gram. Something serious happening cards that came later. The first of these
program, to the attention
us. public's span has
at World'sColumbia
cards the
picture
were seen
"Prime Time President" Monday
been ruined the
by jazzed-up
negativeTV
Exposition in Chicago in 1898.
night ,
commercials that subject the viewerto

instant images rather than defined Photographers in those days cqrried big

Moyers one of the, ,most 'articulateand leadership." wooden cameras around, mounted ontripod.

respected minds on television to- '( .. The early cards werehand-,

day, pulled no punches while indictingthe 'The fact, that the national-League of colored before color film for cameras had
electronic media for its crass crea- been invented.
Women Voters has withdrawn its spon- ;
tion of false images.. Images that from the second presidential local '
and sorship Most,of the picture postcards with
,manipulate, American! TV's viewers! debate is evidence that the nation is scenes were from photographs by the _

voters' into accepting assemblyline beginning to wise-up; Barnum once said ,Hoover Brothers, who recorded the history

products as reality. '"there's a sucker born every minute" of Starke and Bradford County with',their

and "the, American people love to be cameras during the.first half of this cen-
Such fakery' is finally beginning to' fooled". But there's a limit to tury.

alienate'' voters and turn them into everything, and apparently, the limit

cynics who refuse to go to the polls and has been reached in the current

'vote on election day Moyers and his presidential campaign. '

panelists agreed. They cited figures to Time wan when the original old Iji wtey chool: house /(and special treatment of the wood siding and'other
,show that Americans while having one ',features. doors and window The present
The bi-partisan League says the ,pictured above) was abandoned an a school: and used Including
of the highest levels of education among debates have become<: "a charade" in-,' Lawtey City Hall once served as a railroad station for
the world's democracies have the ,In the early years of this century'* a* a City Hall. The the Seaboard Air Line and wit given to the city In the
,
flicted on the voting public- puppet unique architecture featured a tall\ decorative tower late1970s.
poorest voting record. They become show based on the carefully cultured ,

cynical from realizing ;that staged image of the debater rather than a true --

"photo-ops" or negative 30-second com- exchange of opinions on the issues. The \' '

mercials actually lie when they createan League contends that this procedure ''Do 'It ,"Yourself 'Mosquito :Control 1 p .Letters

image that belies the truth. "perpetuates a fraud on the, American \ .

voter." Would in Present InvasionBy
*' Help
"Can democracy survive television? .

Moyers asked, and his fellow commen-' A recent issue of Newsweek revealed Victim of Crack'

,tailors agreed that ,the quality of that a good portion of this "fraud" is Linda Klein, IJeilbronn Springs ,.,

\ democracy is already suffering from due to a 'down-and-dirty street Says He Needs Help.

the fact that only ten to fifteen percent ,fighter" Roger Ailes, who is Vice President i- Lately there has been a lot of griping and Florida presently doesn't breed the mos-

of voters take the time or the trouble to Bush's, 'speech coach debate complaining about mosquitoes. quito fish in any of its hatcheries, but it occurs .To whom it may concern;
; Understandably so. Hoards of the stinging naturally In large numbers in the en
inform themselves issues
seriously on coach, media, coach, and advertising little demons have made a foray into the' vironment. Go to a catfish farm or fish'' "Thank you for such a nice write-up in the
involved in a presidential campaign. In. 'director," For all of'this' he is paid great outdoors an adventure only under 'pond or anyplace with a permanent stand 'paper, but you made a few mistakes.
stead they are content to accept brief taken those armed 'Off"' take minnow net and bucket," .. t
,, '$25,000 a month and nearly $3 million in by with wean of of water a 1. I'm not 24 old. I'm 28.
TV segments of candidates appearing in and a bottle of ""Skm-So-Soff, 1/4 inch and catch some to take home. Let them years
'" ,a sea of flags or posing inanely in a cor= commissions' on 'advertising" by the thick skin, and incredible fortituriefI loose in your low, areas where there "is 2.1. didn't take any chain saw or commercial '
Bush campaign which has a fall budgetof 1 Nor there such
water now. sprayer. were any :
nfield as a substitute for' issues, that af, ; $54 million, most of it going into'' Instead would of like complaining to propose to a the unique County solut Commissioners ion*, Your next line of defense should be your objects found on or near me,
feet their well-being, ) ecological air forcethe birds, \bats; and
television commercials.
negative and Darrell O'Neal now,,and It's true that I intended to take the
insects. Did know that
louder in the future, when carnivorous you and but
griping even sprayer chainsaw, changed my
Even the words candidates speak are budgeting more money for mosquito control ONE Purple Martin consumes upwards of mind and left them there. The door to the
Ailes is the day? Build or buy a
Newsweek
to
According results in higher taxes, let's lake samepersonal 2,000 mosquitoes per caretaker's "hut" wide
fed to them by ghost writers who grind martin house. The Southeastern American cemetery was
'} who saved Ronald from '
nan Reagan for our'sduatioitIt's : when I there.
responsibility
Can- open got
out.speeches like movie scripts. Indians realized the value of the purple
"the GreatCommunicator" OUR skins that after all,
are itching
disaster in
1984, putting insect controllers and hung As for taking the meat'and bread
martin
didate so-and-so made a great speech, and there IS something we can dot as you
the TV viewers even though the back together when, .The "bloom" clusters of gourds near their garden We don't know what it Is to be hungryl
we are
say present mosquito
and of himself he could do this too. You can gourds for
speaker, read every word from a teleprompter -' overcoached unsure ,experiencing is the unavoidable aftermath, about $50 each. Martin houses get need to be I did all this for crack cocaine. My habit
and often mis-spoke when he lost his first debate with Walter, Mon- of .a long drought followed by,, heavy high in the air in an open area of at least ranged to $150 a day. I was supposed to
the In the days .of dale. He is now doing the same thing for downpours' of rain. During the drought 1/4 acre preferably near woods and water. receive treatment for'my drug addiction.,
lost place: early our
'' George Bush who began his campaignas many of the aquatic predators that eat Purple,martins send ,scouts,out,.jn,.early Hal .t/ly.treatmentwas. topoy.tio a week,
nation'most Presidents confined their' "a textbook case of mangled elocu- mosquitoes died..'as't>omis, creeks and spring, and once they establish a colony and give a urine sample.. ,wasn't. even,
dried It wilt take months for
to the annual State of the Nation marshes up. counseled.
speeches tion awkward language and bad they will return to the same spot year after
body former
them to regenerate themselves to
address but now, with the eager stage mannerisms. levels. The intrepid mosquito, however is year. Colonies have been known to numberas Until the "systejn" gets serious with
eye" of the TV camera on them they t breeding much faster. The frogs, fish, many as 200 pair. (200 pair times 2,000 drugs there will always be people like me
time than do turtles and can't mosquitoes per day equals a lot less bitesfor who hurt people who love and care for
spend more speaking they dragonflies simply keepup
Said. Moyers and his panelists believe: that t with them. you and 1)), Also they are entertainingto them.Prison is not the answer.Prison only,
commentator
thinking, one debates should focus on single. issues People, you can dig as many drainage watch. The only drawback is that they refines bad habits. I need inteteive/ drug
will not feed in forests and species of
instead .of quotable, one-liners; they ditches as you want but the water will only many ''treatment in a facility that is designed for
"It is frightening ,to think that should for move so fast. Without the little critters in it mosquitoes are forest dwellers. that purpose! Not just for some 19 year old
provide follow-up questionsthat For a solution to this problem,we must
be elected to us the and with rain called kids who have a correctional officer'suniform
Presidents can govern to eat larvae more -
would allow the debater to set aside some fear and aversion and turn
on the basis of words that have been put not givea for in the forecast, the problem simply. Build bat houses and and say they know how to handle
the bat. hang
to some
mouth others quick, superficial answer;;',and then go won't go away no matter how many bucks in trees in woods. Bats have drug addicts. Until you've been there, keep
into their by one them your
to the next question with nothing solves, you propose to spend on mosquito spray. been used successfully in Europe for insect your. mouth shut!
"How could Vice President
panelist said. : his 'own- ,ed; and the debates should not be judged -. .Besides, there are ecologically sound. and control for more than 60 years. Yes, they'll send me to prison for ten or
Bush magically emerge as in the light of who won or lost, but on environmentally safe alternatives.First Information for building either a bat or a 15 years.But what happens when I return?'
,man' by reading a speech written by s<*. ''who best enlightened the on ,the and foremost take a of quick earth tour and of purple martin house can be obtained from What about my drug habit The best drugsare
your own particular patch '
''f meane else?? :issues that really matter;,voter{ eliminate anything in which standing the city or Bradford County Zoning Office in prison. I need help!
water can collect. Old tires make excellent or by calling 964-6280. Did the police happen to mention that

Until television finds some remediesfor mosquito nurseries. If you've got to keep You can best help out the carnivorous In- they drew their pistols, 20 feet away from
Television was also taken'to task,for that old bucket, at least turn it over. How sects by NOT spraying harmful chemicalsinto me? Did they tell you I begged them to kill
not presenting "in, depth" programs on these many troubling problems, it about bottles and cans? Why not take them the environment. me so I couldn't hurt my parents, then ran
will have failed to answer Meyer's final I'to Gator Recycling and donate them( to : again? NoI bet they didn't t
the issues rather than flashy "photo- bo next time itch, don't bitchdo
you
survive the toxic waste In-
UCAP
to fight
question"Can democracy help ,
,
Mark Randall
about
Itt Don't
'ops and two-minute segments on the "' cinerator while you're at it? something expect our Hersey
"The is' TV? to 2" politicians and the county's treasury'to Clay County Jail
22-minute 'evening news public There is a little fish, only m long '
: It's later than we think. called a mosquito fish, that dines mostlyon solve all our problems when there is so
not getting linear thought on TV, but lit; ,
., "" mosquito larvae.We need to repopulateour much each one of us personally can do to
ponds and swampy areas with this solve, them ourselves. EPA Says Homeowners
State of Fighting Mosquitoes Positively' Should Test for RadonIn
'' ,'" beneficial finny friend, The
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'New Forestry Service NumberThe "
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Florida Division of Forestry Sbetat'Ao'' Highway 100 West' has a new toll ,'i I ,';" ,''::\;", : 'Swing Voter' Adds Up Scores The Environmental Protection Agency"has "
free number replacing the old num ..... which la still listed In thecur'j; '': warned that every home should be,
? 'rent telephone book. ', I I ,; ,' '" And Swings Away from :Bush tested for radon, an odorless,colorless gas
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u '. ".(,", that is believed to cause 20,000 lung cancer:
'The new number is 1-800-327-6752. ; deaths annually in the USA.

: .' :To The Editor Inflation, down and (4) employment up
Tim Shannon, Forest Area Supervisor, advises that Bradford/Union County, ;,; (but too many jobs paying minimum Radon is a radioactive gas produced
citizens having contacts with the Forest Service should list this number in their Bradford County Telegraph wage). during the natural breakdown of uranium..
telephone directory and use it when applying for burning applications, Traces of radon can be found in soils
.' reporting This voter has not always voted tor the ;Under"bad"about Mr:Bush and the administration many:
wildfires, or requests for fire lane plowing. candidate that belongs to the same party. I listed:' (1) tax reform that and rocks. Uranium is associated with
that I do. As one of the "swing voters", let the rich and did nothing for the phosphate deposits and has been
: helped poor
t me urge each voter to do some deep thinking And middle-class measured in the Brooker area in the
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western part of Bradford County.
reviewing and studying prior to election '

date. ((2) corporations and individuals making Information booklets concerning radon,

After I watching many 'hours of 'TV millions and paying no"taxes as, shown and detectors for testing homes can be obtained -,
reading two newspapers almost daily andseveral recently in the papers,. through the non-profit organization
'q- magazines each, week I''am (3) trade deficit greater now than) 'when Operation Radon Gas. The booklets are''
disgusted with the TV ads and what I read they came into office, available to persons sending a self-
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x about George Bush and the current administration addressed enclosing two 25-cent
envelope
Clean-up. Drive Scheduled. After ads (4) national debt much greaterwhich
r watching some stamps, and detectors can be obtained fora
that were lies and some suggesting that takes$.14 of each dollar to pay the interest,: S2S donation.

everyone who disagrees with Mr. Bush is (5) selling arms to,Iran for hostages, ,
Prepare' for Arts ,FestivalIn ,un-American and no-good, I decided to For Information, write to Karl Busch,
,& write a list of good and bad things I thoughtof (6) intervention in five Central American ,3623 Rendale Drive Jacksonville, 32210, or J
:--. about the Vice President, his ad- countries which have all, been failures, call 771-8557.

,'. preparation for the'Third Annual Starke Festival of the'Arts on Saturday ministration and friends. Also, I had just (7) waste in government costing millions
and Sunday, Oct- 1:>-16. Mayor/Commissioner Travis Woods has signed, read, as you probably know, that the Bush ,of tax dollars '
a proclamation designating September 26 through October 14 for:, a Clean- people have hired one ,of the best TV what he thinks wilt get him votes at the ,
Up/Beautification drive in the City I of Starke:, political image-makers in the business to (8) fraud In government, time,
teach Bush how to speak, use his hands, ''
((9) paying more than our share of the costto (18) using our planes; Air Force One and
--- Whereas the Third Annual comb his hair smile stand,etc.,as well as'
be held Starke Festival of the Arts will'' telling him what! to say'' protect shipping, in the Persian Gulf Air Force Two, for political reasons (and
,on Call Street Saturday and ,all NOT the
Sunday Oct. expenses are paid by
tractlng hundreds of visitors who will 1.5-16'af' The campaign has been insulting lid) over sixty people In high office sent to Republican party). '
sion of STarke during this gain a lasting Impres.., degrading, vicious and downright dirty. prison or charged with crime,
two-day period, and Maybe none of the candidates are what we ((11)' government employees forced 'to C19) EPA record not good
Whereas, this ,impression be would like them to be. However let's elect
can a favorable assist in campaign Office Management (20) forest fires permitted'to burn when
great benefit to our City If alt civic groups, clubs'churches, the best persons who will serve best... who are and Budget protested in vain). should have been put out .
schools and other qualified and honest. Let's elect a
organizations,. as well\' as individuals-will Vice President (who might become Presi- (12) only 1.6% of budget going for edut.. '
JoCn'ln 'J united 'effort to present lion and to reduce that by 16%, (21) Jim Baker being his adviser after
a,aclean and attractive atmosphere dent overnight) that we will feel good now trying loan/directed by the President- maybeMr.

about.Three of the last six presidents have (H: drug problem worse now than'cvw Baker should be President and
Now therefore, *TLaVii Woods, Mayor/Commissioner! '( had some attempts made on their lives. before, though Mr. Bush headed the drug' ,(22) savings and loans and banks failing.Voters .
,' :the City of Starke, of Senator Dole stated that Mr. Bush has had division for the administration
hereby Proclaim the period from Sept lots of jobs but has left.no
26 to Oct. footprints. Not a -- mud read. and make your
14 for a''unified effort to Clean-up Fix-up and good recomendatlon eh? One of the people (14) justice department scandal-ridden, list... and vote in November. Become in-

Paint-up the City of Starke; and respectfully ask for the who know Dan Quayle best said he was a (15) CIA scandal-ridden, volved. If you do not, others will make the
cooperation of all property,owners and tenants in the guy most everyone would tike but only a decision for you.
..... join together in making this City to quarter-Inch deep. One of the privileged ((16) reduced health ,care for many
a successful unified effort few. Not a good recommendation, eh? Americans, A.L.Crosby,Jr..Starke

Under "good" about Mr Bush' and the 117)' Mr. Bush has changed his opinion' 11th': Maybe Mr. hush believes a nail-
"" administration, I listed (1) lower interest truth Is like half brick.. it
several times on abortion, ERA civil a ,you can throw
.. .-- rates. (2) military build-up stronger ((3) rights and other issues and seems to say farther I -
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t \ ', ...'', --" "I':), I' ,' "I''',.W, ,Jordon Breahne: Thomas, Christian Leigh/ GrfsChrsfopherSedn / /
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N i T .. OH I "I, 'i < daughter Jordon Breanne born Mr. ti; Mrs. John CJettn "
( Griff of Starke announce the

STEP \ () ,I I f !..' Sept.Maternal 20. grandparents are Billy, of twins, Christian Leigh ,,J 1
Christopher Sean, born Sept. r
DOHN W and Linda Corbett of Darien: Ga.;
(formerly of>, Starke), Alachua General. Daughter ,
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1r U Up' Paternal grandparents are Kolxrl tian Leigh weighed 5 Ihs 14 01,

and Elizabeth Thomas of Crescent, son Christopher Sean weighed
=i Ga. :; '15 02 They Joift( one brother, :
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Jordon is also the great-niece of
: Floy Thomas and Woodrow,Thomas ,Maternal grandparents are r
) \ and Mri & Mrs T.J. Corbett all of & Wayne Settles{ of, Eb<>nsburB.
!J' Starke. and Larry & Deborah Seay of
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: .Butler.
V t a : ,I Brien GladieuxMr. / Paternal grandparents are Mr.
,Mrs, Cleon Grlffis of Stark
1 ,: & Mrs. Jarm-s B, Gladreux of grandparents Mr. & Mrs -... ".".-- -- -

\ .;. Summerville, S Ct> announce the Law of .Gainesville'and,.Mrs,
,. birth of a son Brien "Francis born Grim oC Starke. Belinda Kay Melson
Sept. 23 in Summerville' lie !
joins and Paul David Yowell
... :' one sister Tiffany Kara. KIa/ Deshee Jackson
I ,.'I. Maternal grandmother 'is -'-
NX''I Yowell//
'. ; Melson-
\" Mareelene Campbell ; great- Shaun ,Jackson and Jackie '' \
grandmother 1 Is Clifford Prevail of, announce the birth of a To Wed October 15'[ '
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': .)VJ/ :J:: :: : :> Hampton.Paternal grandparents'are, ,, ,1 Kia Teaching Deshec l Hospital.! born Aug.Sh! announce
Domenica Gladieux 1\ft\ oz.. and, nu-asurt-d 19'z
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Luwtey
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of their
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thelate Francis Gladieux. Great- '
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I \ Kay to Paul David son
', grandmother' is Mae l. 'nart of /Swan, Maternal, grandparents '
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It1'4. .., ./lI"w.' ." ,ton,' Uhio:' ', I,' Gracie, Young of Starke t and. Ga.Mrs. Edward L Yowell. of Ray City
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lIappyBlrthdayTo'ou.,, ; ';. ';,','''"1',1, .,,,., ,, ,; :': ;.y '' ;: '. ; ., ; ,, ',. Davis Paternal, of Tampa' arunciparenlB; I The''wedding will be held Saturday First
; r \ : '' )'; I..i.; : ( 'I' ('hartes'arid IJeatj-ice-/ Ju ksm, Oct. 15 at 7:30: p.m. at the
Rev. Henry, McKinney and Mr. KraiikOimpw' <,!'" aiiiontlliowillwishers, for this .'niomentmiHitrrnsUin'. '} Club News: i,: Starke. ; United Methodist Church of Starke.A .

..r'' ,, .. reception will follow the ,
Two'Sfarke Ladies ceremony. 'All friends and relatives'
Heather Courtney are invited to attend.

John Morris Celebrates/ 80th Birthday With Party ,Attend Tampa' Meeting '< ; Buddy and Elaine' ''Colling/ ,-- I

Mrs KA Green,, Jr.,, and MrM. Starke Announce the birth''

'John'Henry Morris celebrated his Ms. Bridgett Underhill', his grandson's to Las Vegas, Nev.< at the age of 2(>, Jerome Johns attended'the, FFW'C daughter, Heather Courtney Gospel Sing
80th birthday on Oct. ?: with family wife, Rev Henry McKinncy enlisted in the Army in 1941 and Fall Board meeting held (MolKjfr'l.( Sept, 17 lit\ Alachua' '
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and friends at a party held at the: (pastor of Madison St Baptist ) and served in Alaska for 4 years, returned at the Tampa Hilton 'representing- Heather yeighed, 8 Ibi. 7 oz-, --and ,' : Sunday at Hope '
Club of Starke inches
congregate dining room of Suwan- Mr. & Mrs. P.O. Manning ,and Ms. to Starke and worked for the City the Woman's 21 Ma ternalrandpzlrents'are Iqng ; A Gospel Sing will be held October
River' Economic Council in Lynette Griffis. .for thirty years until his retirement '
nee 9 at 7:30 at Hope Baptist
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in 1978. Married and Vera Lee Nugent {If St&rke
"Starke. to Ruhy Morris, he I .Church, located on 100 South betiweerv -
Special 'guests for the occasion Mr. Morris was the first child of has one daughter Sylvia Underhill, Junior Women'. 'To William Paternal, 'iV Ceilings U and Starke'' and Keystone al
.. were his daughter Sylvia Underhill Grover and Casey Morris He moved and Underhill.two grandsons! Robbie and Jim' AllIson' Webb Collmps both tot Theressa. C
my \ ; ', Featured singers' will' be The
:,,' ',i' Meet Monday' ''dialantic Great-grandmother\
,' '. \ / Mrs, W.V, Ceilings of Durham\ : Sullivans. Everyone is welcome. '


>:::', '" .: Bradford Co Has, Literacy Council ,Starke Gator QB meet The Monday Starke Oct.Junior: 10 at Women 7 p m. at will tin I." ........ ,.,. ., ,." ,. ".. "' J.
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i' : 'i'' Club Meets TonIght '. clubhouse to'finalizeplans for the 1O' m T < < ; ( '; o..i<' ?'::1-
i,(': /,: ,!: Bradford now has p.! local '
: : County Public Library) Beverly McGee art festival. > '
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"I' to assist The i Starke: dator Quarterback ; ( I : s sErnest "
literacy council designed ( Director of Senior Citizens This meeting ia, open' to women 51appr651 WLrtFcday 'i1
adults In learning to read. :Service), Laura Conti ( Region coordinator Club will meet Thursday, Oct.Club.6 at ages' 18.40 who'are "interested in'' ; ,
If you know an adult who wants to of Child Abuse Service),; Dr. the Starke Golfand Country involved with civic 'ac-
learn to read, or if you want tb help Bernie McFaddeni'Provost( ( of the 'Social time dish will begin, and ,at 6:30: tivities.becoming Come visit and find; out whitthis : W.:. Allen, ) u.Titre"isilhviys I
read. visit covered supper ,meetingwill "
someone learn to your Starke Center, SFCC,?) and C'harlie club is all about. ."
public library or call any of the Thomas iDirector of Adult Education be at 7 p.m ,A at Art Festival plans ( that' needs to be done
peek something :
following numbers for, assistance: ), The speaker will be Rex'Norm's"UF ,
defensive line oach. Lastweek's reveals that huge: delicious, : : ,
964-6800,964-6400, or 964-53H2. : ; and 'rhcrcrorew63rc'always;: Onthtfrun'SQ ,
"homemade" cinnamon rolls'
f) Present membership includes Sue' speaker was Jerry Anderson ''coffee.' will be'' served.The< Junior'' haycv'slowed:, down long 'chough, td sayi' '
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Denise ,
Crum (Director of Bradford CountyReunions CissyHonored I coach:;: of the tight-ends and special I \
\' learns/ Anderson had a lot of good Women club members\will', adorn'themselves We'' LQVit: and;, hope.'this.' .will be a happy day ;': '
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with to about Starke's John, clothes o'yebt'rYl'llri'tsuch '
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,,' ''David1((Francis and. was'very com- ai: bonnets and long full frilly'drt'sses '
'&\ Shower' plimentary, concerning the com This promises to be1a 1' vrw'r''rr' JyrywrrYr i
munity and its support of Gator foot restive:' occasion which 'Will''ac" J tove 'f"
FamIly' *
Alvarez, complish a corrtmunity .servK'C ,an'd/o. I.
ball and its people. ? ( ;r
'l/ The family reunion of the descendants Denise Maria Gissy, bride-elect of 'The club still young has seats available' raise funds also '.j .'Your Children t.

,i' of the late Owen and Candace 'Lonnie Cahoon; was honored at a for the Nashville trip but has no .' '' hr' ;JGrandchlldreri. 1 f. '
2'Alvarez:: will be held Sunday, Octl,9, miscellaneous bridal shower, on' A is : ; ; ,,, : '
:. at the Raiford Community Center. A Sept. 11.Hostesses. 'more planned game to the tickets Kentucky. trip game being, in < : 1"'I';: ,. ; ; ,:, ': :Great Grandchildren i : '

covered dish lunch will begin at 1 for the'.occasion were November. : '' .'
"' and friends are in- Melba Johnson Linda Hildcbran, I, '.. ". :' ,\ .' : ," t%
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Hazel Hall and Marian .Douglas at'' ) "
t!*: the home of the latter.Approximately '. .,' '"

.dal family I t" ,. .,, guests attended.' '. ,. ,,, ('
I, Hostesses presented Denise .with 'I' ,'. < / ''''. ,' ,
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.,,' ; rfrhe tlat'Ollyer. : ,6ets of gift towels as a momento l of: ") I' I < \ I. I"
nav3 /'nf( amib'' reunion' 'Avlll be held Saturday the occasion. ? ;
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Carnival Plans... Interest for: Pilot's Relatives Here' ':;: '. '::;4";, ':""I
Upcoming holidays... '
The annual Halloween Carnival Is Teacher planning daIs Oct. 7.
set Saturday. Oct. 22 at Lawtey There will be no school for students. Diane Reddish and her two young pilot. He piloted! the 1985 Discovery''
Community School. Smoked or fried THANKSGIVING holidays are Nov. y f fd ff sons, Mathew. and Mark, had a shuttle flight that deployed three
mullet with all the trimmings will be 23, 24, 25. CHRISTMAS holidays are special thrill when they taw space communications satellites and
served. Dec. 19-Jan. 1. 'Jan. 2 Is a Teacher shuttle Discovery make Its successful repaired a fourth. He is now In line
This year's carnival will feature Planning Day Students return Jan. launch at Cape Canaveral for a shuttle command himself.
bingo, haunted house, country store 3, last Friday. They had good reason. Before the takeoff Covey called
dragon crawl fish pond, duck pond, The astronaut at the pilot's controlswas his brother.ln-law Larry Reddish,
'cake walk, pastry booth and the New.Salad Bar. Diane's brother, Col. Richard O. operator in Starke,

concession stand. Lawtey Community School has a Covey and was disappointed to learn that
Items for the country store are being salad bar this year. The students With an eight-year record of ser business commitments would not
brought to school. These items and teachers are really enjoying it. vice, at NASA headquarters in allow Larry to accompany Diane
should include crafts plant Students can choose a regular lunchor Houston, Covey had a gung-ho attitude and the boys to the launching. "You,
Jewelry, etc. NO CLOTH/Nd they ,can select from the salad about the Discovery flight, on promised me you were coming this
PLEASE. Items may be brought to which rested the success or failure time" Covey said.
the school. Please make a list of bar.New of America's long-delayed return to On their infrequent visits to the
items you donate If not sold at the Staff Members... space after the Challenger disaster, Reddishes who reside on Lake Alto
carnival, they will be returned to A warm welcome to mw staff Covey rose to the rank of colonel Col. Covey, Kathleen, and their two
you. members this year: Mrs. Lisa Bux- ''after graduating from the U.S. Air daughters Sarah, 14 and Amy 12 en-
f Force Academy in 1968 and studying joy skiing and fishing two hobbiesthey
ton ((2nd grade), Mrs. Michelle
School Pictures,.,,, aeronautics and astronautics at Purr don t get to pursue in the
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Flynn (5-7-8 Social Studies Mrs.
School pictures have been sent Lisa Kelly ((6-7-8 Science), Mrs. Bobbie due University. He flew 339 combat Houston area. "1 wish they, could
home.:If your child did not have pictures Sue O'Brian ((6-7-8 Art). Mrs. missions in VietNam, then became come more often/' Larry Reddish' ,
taken, retakes will be Oct. 17. nn Air Forcn wpflnons-svstem test says.
Melody Ward and Mr. Keith Teller
If( you are unhappy with the picture ( PEEMrs.. Carol Slater J1Jti 1I
package, please return to the school, (paraprofessional, and Mrs. Bar .
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1 and ture your retaken.child' will have their pic- ,bara Reed (cafeteria). Tutorial Program for BHS ,Students '

We Need Volunteers. Registration willbe, held in the "I': ,i ,1
Report Cards..., The first session of the Bradford ,
weeks of school will' LCS needs school volunteers. If High School AFTER SCHOOL BHS cafeteria lobby on October 12-13 >',* i
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cards will be sent you can donate some time, please \ TUTORIAL PROGRAM Will begin from 7:45.8:15: a.m.a and 3-3:30: p.m. 'I"'
end Oct. 3.
Report by the school and talk with Mrs. information ', '
stop Oct. 17. Any Bradford High School For additional or ,
home the following week Carolyn Folsom pupil' with a grade of '"F" in an registration call: Myrna !
f''$, jr 11 .wi English or Math for the first six Hurse at the School Board of Brad- 'I' [

weeks may attend the Tutorial Pro- ford County (964-6800). !'
I Funding for'' this program is provided .:
,Hampton Hllttes, LTC and Mrs.Walter B. Oliver; lit Students who attend the Tutorial by the State Compensatory ,> j'
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Program for twelve hours, make up Education Program. ; I.
By Dolores Meng available: Featured prizes Include a Gdsfc/ns-Of/ver' / / MarriedIn work from the previous six weeks 1 i {"'!
Phone 468-1915 12-ga. shotgun, a 19' portable color and meet other requirements will be '
TV, and $50 cash. able to have an "F" (in English or Bible Mailbox '" \ .
Brittany Benefit... 'Hampton Elementary school Camp Blanding ChapelLynell Math for the first six weeks) removal Club Invites Members f'
A benefit sing for little Brittany i children are eligible to, win either'a from their report card.
Curtis will be held at the Hampton boy's or girl's scooter. Transportation for the rrogram- CBM Ministries, Inc., invites alt ,
City Park on Oct. 8. The $3 donationwill Anyone interested in helping make Dodd Gaskins and LTC taffeta skirt with kick- leat.She car will be the responsibility 0 BILE girls grades 2-7 to join the 'j< ','"' '' ,}!"
include dinner beginning at 7 this carnival enjoyable may call the Walter B. Oliver, III were married, tied a single white long-stemmed dent and/or parents. No funds-are MAILBOX CLUB. Members '' <, "" "i
p.m. Entertainment will feature The school for more information. Mr. August 13 in the Camp Blanding Post rose with fern and white ribbon. allowed to be spent for school bus completing 7 lessons by April 1 can "' ; ,' 4::
Sullivans and others with bluegrassand Louis Marney chairman of this Chapel with Chaplain Steven J. Hess, Bridal attendants were Mrs. Bren- service for this program. earn a beautiful certificate plus a ;/", <'. ,i',I'{,
gospel music. Everyone !is In event and is lining up enthusiastic 'of Gainesville, performing the da Griffis and Mrs. Kimberly 1989 summer camp discount at '!':;' :
vited to this event to solicit funds for cochairmen.If ceremony.The Goolsby daughters of the bride. beautiful Camp Gilead. :v'"',>:>,',.r::: i''.
Brittany's liver transplant, enough interest Is shown with bride Is the daughter of Mr. & They wore teal blue taffeta strapless Woman's Club To enroll, send name, address, zip o1.'?" ;, ", "
sufficient volunteers, it is hoped a and age, grade, parent or guardian s
Mrs. W.J. Dodd, of Starke. LTC gowns with a seamed bodice
City Council Meeting... daytime yard sale will be held on ,Walter! B. Oliver Jr'i of Tallahasseeis full-gathered skirt, accented with a To Meet Oct. 12 name. and phone to CBM Ministries, ;

On Tuesday, Oct. 11,'all Hampton school grounds. Please save.good the son of Ms. Mae H. Gaston of bow in front at the waist.' They also Mark Shuford and his mother Inc., '.O. Box 398, Keystone Hts., .
citizens are urged to attend an important usable items for this sale. Jacksonville and Mr. & Mrs. Walter carried a sine white rose accented'. Mrs. Betty Shuford, will be guests of, Fl. 32656, or call Misses Bell and
Council meeting at City B. Oliver;Jr, of Charleston, S.C. with fern )bon. the Starke Woman's Club at its Oct. Thompson at 473-4782. '
Hall. Residents will be encouragedto October Birthdays.* ,Arched candlabras Were entwined Flower girl was Lisa Goolsby' 12 noon meeting. Free Bible Courses for teens and
attend and voice opinions about '.(, Oct. l-Polly Woods, Denver Oehl;' with ivy, with bouquets' white granddaughter of the bride., Ring Shuford was selected by the Bradford -' adults are also available. CBM ."
making the City of Hampton a better 2-Charlene Clifton; 3-Viola Lefeb- ''roses and potted palms at vantage' bearer was Jared Griffis, grandson, High faculity as recipient of the Ministries is. non-denominational
and safer place to live. There is ample ,' vre,' Bessie Maxwell' Clifford points. Nuptial music was provided of the bride. Hugh O'Brian Youth Foundation and has been working in the area for'
potential for improvement in the Prevatt; 4--Adam 'Crawford by Mrs. Charlotte Oden, organist, The bride -chose a pastel blue Award.. 37,years. \
city for the good of all. Please attend Marcelline Campbell 5--Noeml and soloist Mrs. Susan Harris, the, form-fitted sheath of delicate lace > Other guests will be Laura Conti
and hear 'the encouraging plans in Aviles, Ruben Contreras-Martinez; bride's daughter.The extending downward to a full cir- and Chris Davidson directors of the, '
progress! 6-Connie Muse; 7-Cory ChappeU, bride was given in marriageby cular skirt gathered at the knees. musical "Oliver" to be staged this School Menus .
'*' "James Wortluft; 9-Ted Curtis III. Gregory Austin Dodd nephew of The gown was accentuated by a vee- month. Oliver and Nancy, main ,
Bookmobile... the bride. The best-man was the neckline rising ,to puffed lace charactors: of the play, will sing a Oct J 0-14 ; : ::
The Bradford County Bookmobile groom's son, Walter B. Oliver, IV. sleeves, and she carried a bouquet of solo. ) :' :'::N: l' '
''IS on duty at the Post Office parking :PH01:0GRAPHY: ushers were Bill and Bobby Dodd white roses.'The pastel blue crown The Social Committee, chaired by .. i.\\ o'ifl\\,:! \ ,::\;,
Jot every Tuesday from 12:30-2:30: : asa 'By brothers of the bride. headpiece was covered with pastel Ms. Marjorie, Thomson, includes Bradford Elem.& Middle School I f,::', ,, ,:y"Mondays "
free service to the public.. Cathy Wooley Matron of honor was Mrs. Ellouise blue flowers accented with a bow at Beverly Blackshear' Freda Judd, Chicken noodle. cheese atix, butt '.:. I., ;"' \'
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Hampton School.... Weddings I Engagements'Anniversaries wearing a two-piece teal blue taffeta chapel-length stel blue veil of tulle Margaret Young, and Mary. Sue Tuwdayt. EARLY RELEASE DAY: Sloppy. Joe ", '
Carnival Plans... gown with an overblouse with a mat was trimmed in lace. Rahn is in charge of the meeting., on bun. corn on cob cabbage slaw strawberry '

The 'annual Halloween Carnival1' ching lace overlay. The gown had a Following the ceremony, a recep-, hortcake, milk.Turkey sandwich bun. steak : ,
will be held Friday, Oct. 28 from 6-9\ 'CallJor., Free Consultation.. 1'. < ." .- III high, rpund neckline, accented with lion was held at the Officers Club at! .y' f'It itr,I I.,"nead.cglr frllt,autumn iptceaquare.on milk. *J i .

...AI., n t p.m. Tickets for prizes,, ..;pre; now-- It& +*. ) -oJ.fA} (jjJt?? .... '_" caD t\.sleeves.... and.. ...,ending.. R .. in. a straight. ;with Camp light Blanding.blue ribbons White covered tablecloths the Claul s tow t 1 It. iwmon. t roll. milk.Icarrotilicks d potato" with. ,"appkautqpleaatxi, ,.? "*,chili tin1'fl* "."' 1"I" ,\I"I,.,

tables accented with blue and white '
November 12-13 Frtdaju Pizza garden salad, chilled peached. ''r, .f':, > r
Phone rental balloons and white roses cornmeal cookie milk. i''.. .\ '
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tiered white cake edged with white Bradford High ,'
beads and blue satin ribbon around The Stephen Foster' S'ate Folk Monday.: Chicken noodle. cheeM .! :.:butte tTuesdays ',' "
''each tier. A bouquet white. roses Culture Center in White Springs will tered green peas or broccoli, iweet potato pie ,".,j! ,,' 11 ,
Do yourself a good turn. was between each tier. .. host its first quilt show November milk.; EARLY RELEASE DAY: Sloppy Joe : :.r, '. :"
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chocolate sheetcake decorated with ,There will be ribbons in the follow- ahortcake, milk. ." .''"
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mock battlefield with tanks, jeeps ing categories: applique patchwork Wednesday Turkey v '
a fries, calico fruit salad, autumn pice square, .. "
and soldiers. embroidery trapunto milk. : ",, '
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topping celery! carrot .tieapplesauce.. finnamon ,', I'' { : '
Beverly Sheridan 'cut the ,cake' hangings, banners, community quilt ?ill\ '
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''assisted by Mrs. Mary Priest, Mrs. projects, .and hand tied or tufted Friday. Pizza garden ,thlllcd poncho. ,; j : )''I.l'I'. :,' :, ,I '.
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The bride is employed by SantaFe ed for best of show and people's Monday. Hamburger., comdog, french tries. .
:: y' ,: ; I' Healthcare as Director of Nursing, .choice. milkahake '.
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: ir 'IIt.! :11'j"; ; ,\, ,, Degree in Health Care Administration. Towns at (904) 397-2733 or write to P. trench Iris, mllkahakea. .. '
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,': ;,; ''; '" .... COMMERCIAL ASSESSMENTS: prescribed or Immedlat.ly thereafter; ornery COUNTY FLORIDA

', ',,;jl\r.'1,!)y1"1"'V ( ,...J :j 'PROVIDING FOR INSTALLMENT'''PAY.' BOARD OF CITY wise a default will be entered againstyou PROBATE DIVISION
( ,,,\J", ..:. MENT OF ASSESSMENTS IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES OF STARKE COMMISSIONERS for the relief demanded In the cam- FILE NO, 88-75-CP(1-3954))
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"".. CHANGING THE DEfiNITION' 'Of Jtarke Zoning* Planning my hand and the seal 1 of this CORA LEE WILLIAMS
Court this 26th of September, 1988. Deceosed
NOTICE OF SHiRIFrS SALI Market "DELINQUENCY LIEN": l'ch.101' day
toH Home Security,' 718 W. GILBERT S. BROWN NOTICE OF'ADMINISTRATIONThe
Netk Is rwrcby given that f. Dolph E. Rood Storke, Flo. 32091 Intends to EMPOWERING DIRECTOR OF ZONING Control 0878 As Clerk of the Court administration,of the estate of
Reddish a* sheriff of Bradford County register sold fictitious name under the. TO COLLECT ASSESSMENT FOR NEW OR -- ._ Control 0865 Cora Lee Williams Deceased File

Florida under and by. virtu. of Writ of aforesaid statute. CHANGED PARCELS FOR PARTIAL YEAR; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH 4tchg 10627IN Number 88-75-CP ((1.3954)) Is pending In
( Execution to wit: Dated this 22nd day of September. READOPTING BALANCE OF 17.4.I'RO. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND the Circuit Court for Bradford County.
Execution Issued out of Circuit Court 1988, In Bradford County. VIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, GENERAL THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH Florida Probate Division the address of
of Bradford County. Florida pursuant to 9/29 4tpd 10/20 Sold contemplated Ordinance may be JURISDICTION' DIVISION JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD which is P.O. Drawer B. Stork. Florida
,,0 FIiol: Judgm.nt for JOSEPH Jv LAHIFF Control 0861 Inspected by the public at the office of CASE NO.88.506 CA ,FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. 32091: The name and address of the personal

ANU WILLIAM DRUM and against --'----' ,--- the,Clerk of the Circuit Court Bradford SHEARSON LEHMAN MORTGAGE COR- CASE NO. 88.$43-CA' representative and of the personal
PRESTON i. DRIVER d/b/a CIRCLE D IN THt LlftCUlT COURT OF MARION' County Courthouse, Starke, Florida, dur. PORATION, IN RE The Adoption of representative attorney are set forth
RANCH defendant In the amount of COUNTY, FLORIDA Ing the regular business hours of 8 A.M, Plaintiff SHANNON LEE MICHAELS below.All .
14500.00 together with cost of collection. CASEN0.87-419S-CA-C to 5 P.M., Monday through Friday. Interested persons ore required to
minor ,
FIESTA POOLS All Interested parties may appear at vsMARK a file with the court WITHIN THREE MON
OF OCALA. INC, A, STIVERS, et al, NOTICE OF ACTIONTO
Hava selxed and hove In my possession Plaintiffvs aid meeting and be heard with respect Defendants MINOR THS FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
FATHER OF ABOVE NAMED
tha following described pr onai '''.r.to. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO : UNKNOWN PUBLICATION OF, THIS NOTICE ((1)) all
property ta-wlt. LARRY Doted this 4th day of October. 1988. ,RESIDENCE claims against the estate and(2)any objection -
R. ALVAREZ and : MARK A.STIVERS and. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for
16 horse* RICHARD F. BAILEY, BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. CANDI L. STIVERS the adoption of a minor child has been ( by an Interested person to whom
'21 bridles BRADFORD COUNTY., FLORIDA. mailed that the
notice challenges
as Trustee for Stonerldge. Land Trust. 904 Young Circle filed and are required to serve a was
you
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0' saddle. Defendants. Gilbert S. Brown. Clerk validity of the will the qualifications of
Rldgecrest, CA 93553 copy of your written defenses, If any On
25 blankets Control 0877 the venue or
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE YOU ARE NOTIFIED that on action for Johnny R. Hobbs Jr., petitioners attorney personal representative
1 breast band NOTICE Is hereby given that I, DolphE. 2tchg 10/6-13 Foreclosure of Mortgage on the following whose address Is P.O Drawer jurisdiction) of the court. ,
29 halters Reddish Sheriff of Bradford County, ( described property: 938, Starke, Florida 32091 on or before Date of the first publication of this
'.12 lead ropes Florida under and by virtue of a Writ of NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR That portion of SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of SE November 7, 1988 and file the originalwith notice" 'of administration. October. 6,
1 box miscellaneous stirrups, straps, Execution heretofore Issued out of the REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF 1/4 lying East of Seaboard RR running the clerk of this court either before )988.
bits above-entitled Court. In the above' THE LAND USE PLAN Nor'h'and South of Section U.Town.hlp service'on petitioners' attorney or Immediately Evelyn leggettPersonal
.01 portable building opprox. 8'xXTI styled cause, have levied upon the An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive S S.Range 22 E, Deed Book 65. thereafter: otherwise a RepresentativeOf
horse trailer Bonanza beige/.own! following property, situate, lying and Land Use Plan Element and page 303 public records of Bradford d.fault will be entered against you for the.Estate1300MalroseAve
A. the property of the above named being ,In Bradford County, Florida: to- Map by City of Starke. Florida In accordance County Florida less portion conveyed by the relief demanded In the petition. Ft South 33705Attorn.y
defendant and that on Monday the 24th wit: with the local Government Comprehensive ,Quit-Claim Deed to State ol Florida. WITNESS My hand and the seal of this St "Petersburg..
day of October, 1988 at two o'clock on LOTS 79 and 81 on Cypress of Crystal Planning Act of 1973 as pro- recorded In Book 74, page 335. court on this 28th day ,of September. '\r
\ old day on the premises of the Bradford Lake Ham..".. or 126-578 vided for in Chapter 163 of the Florida Also described as that part of the SE; ,1988. Personal for Representative--
County Jail, I will offer for tale and tell as the property of the obov..named Statutes 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section GILBERT BROWN. CLERK J. Baird letter,

to the the above highest described bidder for cash In of hand aid Defendant, and that on the 10th day of TO: All Citizens, Taxpayers and other 14, Township SS Range 22 E, Bradford Control08664tchg Dickson. Letter Esq A Cushman; P.A,
property October 1988. Monday at two o'clock Interested persons.The County, Florida lying East of the 10/6 27 696 First Ave. North .
) defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Execution ((2:00): P.Mi on said day on the premisesof Starke Zoning and Planning Board Seaboard Coast line Railroad and Northof St. Petersburg Fl. 33701
INTENTION
the Bradford County Sheriff office, I conducted a public hearing on Thursday SR C-125 and being more particularly NOTICE OF ,((813)) 823-1514 '
E. Reddish
Dolph will offer for sale and sell to the highest September 29 1988 on the below listed described as fallows: TO REGISTER Control 0870
Sheriff of Bradford bidder for cash In. hand the abovedescribed rezoning and amendment to CLUP and Commence at the SE corner of Section FICTITIOUS NAME 2tchg 10/6-13
County Florida will make a recommendation to the City, PURSUANT to section 865,09, Florida
; ', property, as the property of, 14, Township S S, Range 22 E, Bradford '
Control 0863 the said Defendant to satisfy said execution of Starke Commissioners' for their consideration County. Florida. run thence due North Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
i 9/29 4tchg 10/20 and action at the prescheduled undersigned SHIOWMAY CHERN.BOO N.
Sale will be subject to any existing along the E ly boundary of said Section
. "" liens. final hearing for this application for 14 a distance of 7?.00 feet to a point on Temple Ave.. Starke Fla. 1201, sole
' NOTICE OF INTENTION rezonlng and amendment of the Comprehensive POB owner doing business under the firm Legal Notice
J DOLPH E. REDDISH the N ly R W line of SE C.125 and the
TO REGISTER SHERIFF OF BRADFORD land Use Plan on. Tuesday of the parcel of land herein described name of. CHINA GARDEN 800 N.Temple ,
FICTITIOUS NAME COUNTY, FLORIDA, October 18, 1988 1 at the same said place continue thence North a distance of Ave.. Starke, Fie. 12091.1 Intends to Please be advised that (
Pursuant to Section 863.09, Florida Con.rol08434.chg915.IO6' at 7:30: p.m., an Ordinance relating to: 591.35 feel to the NE corner of the SE, 1/4 register said fictitious name under the
?: Statutes, notice Is h.r.by given that theundersigned The rezoning of the following described of the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of said Section aforesaid statute copies of the Bradford EC1A.
Iroln Browning end GeraldBlankenshlp property and amending the Comprehensive 14, thence North 8955'07" W. along theN Dated this 28th day of September Chapter 1 Project
Rt. 4. Box 460 Starke, Fla. land U.. Plan to provide 'ly boundary of said quarter a distance 1988,In Bradford County. Application for 1988-89
32091: joint owners, doing' businessunder NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER that lands currently zoned R1C- of 106.72 feet to a point on the E'ly ROW ,Control 0867 and all
'. the firm name of B end B Air Conditioning ENACTMENT OF PROPOSED ORDINANCEBY Residential and designated by the planas line of the Seaboard Coast Line Railroad. 4tpd 10/6-27 ( pertinent project
,;./',. Heating Refrigeration, Intend THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS Residential', low density be rezonedto thence South 18.2O'W. along said ROW documents related thereto)
to register said fictitious name SIONERS OF, BRADFORD COUNTY 1-1; and designated Industrial the line a distance of 609.61 feet to an intersection are available without'charge
und.r the aforesaid statute. FLORIDA property of W. J, DODD, JR.. describedas with the N'ly ROW line of SR at the following
Doted this 20th day, of S.pt.mb.r. follows 1.27 ,Acr... Parcel C-125 thence South 89*28' E. along said address:
1988. In. Bradford County. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ,that on the O41S6-0-00000. Sec 29. Twn. 6 S.. Rng. N'ly R W line a distance of 200.0 feet to ; ,

9/29 4tpd 10/20 '19th day of October 1988. at 8:00 P.M. 22 t, located one-quarter mile WEst of an angle point In said ROW line, thence .. STARKE 'The School BoardOf
Control 0860 the Board of County Commissioners of U.S.'301 off north side of Edwards Road '.South 00"3r', W, along said ROW a Bradford County
",' i ,v.. ..' 'Bradford County, Florida In regular session (CR 100A) 'for ,Industrial. ,assembling distance of 10.00 feet,.) thence South CHURCH OF GOD
.NOTICE OF INTENTION to be held at the Board meeting plant. 89*28' E, continuing along said N'ly ROW 422 N. ST. CLAIR-9645445John i (Office of DirectorOf I
TO REGISTER You further NOTICE that fee the POB. Federal&'
at the Bradford County Cour- are given a line a distance of 98 42 to
room PastorWe
Spratlin,
FICTITIOUS NAME' thouse, Starke, Florida will consider the J copy of sad! proposed ORDINANCE is has been filed against you and jrpy are us. CompensatoryProgram8)
!Pursuant to Section 86509;' Florida following Ordinance, and the proposed available for your Inspection at the 01, required to serve a copy of your written, Invite you to worship with ,
Statutes, notice is hereby given that the enactment thereof flee of the Director of Zoning and Planning defenses, If any, to It on:Alfred J. Attended Nursery'Sundayschool
undersigned Paul R. Rewak and Rose L.Rewak .:; AN ORDINANCE AMENDING BRADFORD ,: :209 N. ThompsonSt.'City Hall .Tirella. Attorney for Plaintiff whose address .' ,i." ...,. lOam 582 N. Temple Avenue: '
718 W. Market Road Starke. COUNTY ORDINANCE 87-4 .Stark.. Florida., I is, Suite 214, 1370 Madruga Morning Worship :i..H",; llam Starke. F132091
Florida 32091 |joint owners, doing (SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FOR PURPOSE OF Each: and every p.rton'having any int.r.st Avenue Coral' Gables.' Florida.,33146. Evening Service ',,,(,,.':. 6pmWednesday Phone 964680OIslMDJVD
business under the firm name of Brad- LANDFILL/SOLID_ .WASTE. DISPOSAL) TO, whatever In the enactm.ntof this. on or before October 24. 1988. and file Youth TOpm
should with the Clerk of this Court
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dent M'fI.of Peggy the Womans Thomas Club Put and Presl.Mrs.' Election Day: December 6. 1988 'I":,

Margie Thompson, chairperson of Slate of Officers: ,I

: the ,Community accept an Improvement award from Project the Councilman Group 2 ',1

General' Federation of Woman Councilman 4 +
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Clubs In recognition of the Starke 11d
Club's Involvement In beautifyingU.S.
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I Women's Club' Receives National HonorThe cd .;')

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Woman's Club of Starve has Mrs Thomson .credited Jr. have occured" said Chairman
been honored by the General Woman's Club member Carolyn Thomson.
Federation of Woman's Clubs for its Autry, recognized by the Chamberof Shrubbery has been planted on the
Community Improvement Program Commerce as Citizen of the Year 18 islands of Highway US-301 within FROM
spanning two years and encompassing 1986, and John Miller, Citizen of the the limits of the City of Starke. The K F'rr :
several individual projects.The Year 1987, as deserving much of the City will maintain the planted areas. '
projects were a joint endeavor credit for completion of the project, Thomson was the major fund raiser Maxie Carter Jr. '
'ot ,the Woman's Club the Junior due to their work on the Downtown, for this project which was coordinated ,
Woman's Club, and the Little Improvement Committee. by'attorney Reggie Flynnfor
Woman's 'Club together with the Downtown Call Street has been the Chamber of Commerce. Your County CommissionerI '
help of several community organizations renovated and landscaped, street Shrubbery and flowers were I
,, businesses professional peo- lamps have been replaced with planted on the grounds of the Santa
,pie and Individuals. lamps of 1920 vintage and shrubberyand Fe Community College'at the cornerof
trees have, been planted around U.S. 301 and Call Street.
Thomas
Mrs. Peggy past president
of the Woman's Club and them. Many businesses have Further east On Call' Street the I
honored continued
Margie 'Thomson Community Improvement renovated and restored the fronts of Bradford Hospital was enlarged and deeply by your
their buildings along Call Street modernized. Again the' Woman's
behalf of Project the Woman's chairperson Club, on of Thompson Street Jefferson,Street Club seized the on the opportunity to init confidei>ce.. I will, never .,betray, your trust
,and Walnut Street. prove grounds by planting'annuals -
Starke, have received the Community The Starke Woman's Club was in- and shrubbery for the benefitof and will continue to the
Improvement Program District strumental In spearheading patients, visitors and passersby 'represent you :.
Citation of Achievement "for their
outstanding project" from both the awareness for this project. They Across from the hospital is the that I know how.
were In the forefront atall times in First Presbyterian Chruch which ve: y'best '
Florida Federation of Woman's'Clubs
constructed in 1886. Because of '
encouraging was y
property owners { -
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government officials and state the age of the church the Woman's
Federation of Woman's Clubs,'"for government to fund the project. Club took on another project by plan-
working to improve the quality of Without their assistance this tings of shrubbery and annuals and : '
As all of my ,'
community life. beautification! project would not took an undeveloped area of the always,. campaign posters. .:
rounds 'and planted it into what
Became a living garden of beauty. have been removed.

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NOTICE' OF ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION, ,Bradford 1988. County. Florida. art October. 6,'< will sell-ot'public auction for cash.at 2600 A Thanks"to : '
.Special family and
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS-;;< DATED 'at Stark.. Bradford County ''Lloyd Road, Jacksonville, Fla. ,; my : .
StONERS OF BRADFORD COUNTY 3rd of October, 1988. .one lot of electric consigned to
Florida this day ranges ,
FLORIDA CLOSING' AND 'VACATING'CERTAIN others much time and effort to
ROADS OR STREETS IN RAMP ,BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS .G.E. Co.,Orlando Fla., who -gave
FLORIDA lot of articles rocks, '
OF BRADFORD COUNTY one plastic consigned
TON PARK A SUBDIVISION IN BRADFORD -
Clerk of Court to FSO Distr Center, '
FLORIDA Gilbert S. Brown Navy .
t COUNTY ; my' campaign., -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ,' and Ex-Offielo Clark of the Jacksonville, Flo., ,
,TO ALL PERSONS WHOMSOEVER: Board of County Commissioner to satisfy freight and tlorage charges,
Control 0872 under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of '.-
You and each of you are hereby givennotice Pd Pol'Adv,
Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. .
336.09 1tchg 10/6
that pursuant 'to Sections
the, "* Gator Freightways, Inc..Carrier
and 336.10 Florida Statutes ,1987 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO '
11-365483 dtd 7/18/88
'Board of County Commissioners of Brad. REGISTER
ford Florida adopted a written Pro. 01-317229 dtd 5/2/88 !y
County
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FICTITIOUS NAME' "
Control'0873
Resolution closing and ,vacating the Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida INTRODUCING!
10/& 13
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following described roads or streets'In Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that the '. .,..... "
.Hampton Park a subdivision to wit: undenlgned DEAN O'NEAl also -
Capital Avenue, University Avenue,' Klngsley lake Drive, Sta..... Fl. 32091' NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
College Avenue,' Pork Avenue AND REGISTER '
sole owner, doing business under the
of Drive, Pecan NAME 'The'
those portions Crosby firm name of SOUTHERN PRIDE FICTITIOUS
Dtive,xmd Ashley' Drive, lying North of., I iMUIOKAS*!M Klngsley. L.... Drive Pursuant to.Section B6S.O9 Florida .
the Northerly right-of-way line of Warren ... Statutes notice is hereby given that the
Sta. ,Fl. 32091, intends to register said
Boulevard oil In Hampton Park Subdivision undersigned KEN SUTTON Rt. 2. Box .IYtJII IT
fictitious name under the aforesaid Y'I
according to map or plat statute. 91, Sta...., Fla. 32091 sole owner,,doIng -
thereof recorded In Plat Book 2, Page 1. business under the firm name of
Dated this 3rd day of October 1988. In' '
public records of Bradford County FREEDOM CYCLES. Rt. 2, Box 9(1, I
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Florida. Control 0871 Sta. Fla. 32091 Intends to register
THIS RESOLUTION renounced and 10/6-27 said fictitious name under the aforesaid Account
'forever disclaimed alt right title or Interest ,4tpd statute .
whatever thor the County or Dated this 61h'day of October, 1988 I In'
'public may have in and to said roads or, AUCTION NOTICE 1'Bradford. County. .
streets and the lands thereunder.THIS NOTICE I 1. hereby given that on Mon Control 0869
NOTICE shall be published the day.October 27, 1988, at 10:00 a.m., the ,,4tpdlO/6-27
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'make ,a, FINAL, DECISION on. the budget look to the account that offers complete? liquidity, plus a whole list of added advantages;:' '

'on September 27, 1988, at''' Hampton' City',Hall, at, L1QUIDlTV" lJ1-V.f EXTRA INTERESTS A minimum' batanc of$2SoOO'rns premium interest rates; "

-. like these.Now you can earn rates that compete with leading CDs without committing _
7:00: p.m.. your funds for any term.And as your; ,balance l grows so can your interest rate,,,

The following: : is a summary of:The City :of L1QUIDlTV 4I1"?..RATES THAT MOVE WITH THE MARKETi/ Ever wish you could have an account'.(

Budget for Fiscal ;Year ending 'r that kept pace with changing interest rates 1 pn; a daily basis?Now you can. With
Hampton .. Florida Federal's Liquidity Plus Account.your Interest rate''will be tied to the Federal

September: 1989.. Funds Rate a leading market indicator !so rates can'change: dally:
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Baker is_ Biggest Test, 'for BHSTornado I

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,",/, gridders are headed for'' ''Tabbed the best Baker:linemenare from a split backfield.However,the
t' ','. their toughest test this season when center Iee Hughes. No.50,5-10, Wildcats five favorite plays are run
.". they travel to Macclenny tomorrow. 150-12, and left guard. John Watson, from any of the offensive sets. The
(Friday, Oct. 7) to take on Baker NO.. 64,6-0,=-12. plays are:,
'. 4 High at 8 p.m. The other guard is Chris Starling The quick pitch, to both sides,
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"It's the toughest test so far'" No... 51 d 1\nm! 17 The guards,pullThe ; from all formations.':
Definitely," says Bradford High The off-tackle power play with
Head Coach David Hurse. Wildcat the fullback leading the ball carrierto
Their, use multiple offensive .
opening rained out,
game block.
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like the Tornarton t"i. .rnwer.l,arK[ 'The 47 reverse. Expect Baker to
veteran and fast ball club, have try this several times.
C beaten Wolfson High of Jacksonville
!..\', 23-13 and last week beat Nease High ,.
'. 44-6. The lone. loss was to highly
touted Santa Fe High 39-6, CALL
') It Is a District 3A game, a big one. ,
Bradford is 3-0 in district play.
Baker has one district loss, to Santa
t -::."'" Fe and another would about put FOR BIDS
.........'.\+,<.. ",.' them out of the district competition.. '.
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Quick, tough,and aggressive, the
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/. ... ill'!' ... '.. '. of the Baker eleven. Coach Hurse
i:\, I ..... .. '. \ .' I 'says the Wildcats are a little larger The City of Starke accepting bids fora
: than ,the
Bradford team but the
;\' Rig Opening.,.. Bradford team Is a little quicker 1989 Four-Door Sedan Police Car.
( BUS fullback dydo DeSwe(20)head.tot"daylight against<< InterUchen a*center Terry Whitehead(52)throw Baker is an explosive ball club,
I": down a block on a Ran defender, says Coach Mike Sexton, the Brad-
ford defensive coordinator The Specifications may be seen in the City
Wildcats have three backs with exceptional Clerk's office
; : Tornados Smother Rams 16-6 about anywhere.speed,and can strike from at City.Hall.


Led by'the defense the Tornado yards over right guard for the TD.. maining in the second period.''Before quick They,' says can Coach hurt you Sexton., and hurt you AQ bids must be received in the City ,

I, eleven went 16by a tough In- Donnie Francis added the PAT to ,the field goal, two.first downs came Baker uses multiple offense for Hall City of Starke. prior to 7:30
terlachen High in a home game last put BHS up 10-6 with 5:53: remaining on pass action rollout passes from mations.The Wildcats try to get in a p.m.,
Friday night Sept. 30. 'in the third period.A QB Reggie Sheffield, one to. Travis formations the opponent is not lined Tuesday, October'18, 1988, to be
It leaves Class 3A Bradford High, second Interlachen fumble on Long for 18 yards and one to. Greg up correctly,for, Defensive Coordinator >
4-0 with six games to. go., and 3-0 in the first play from scrimmage, from Pittman.out of the backfield for 10 Mik Sexton says. considered.
District 3A.Class 2A Interlachen fell the 20 after bringing the BITS yards.Interlachen. "They will get after you. Be
,to 3-1 in the non-district game. kickoff,which went into.the endzone answered with 48 yard ready,' reads the Tornado scouting
", It was a tight game with both offenses out to. the 20. DT Finch was on the offensive drive, featuring short runs report. The Baker line comes out -'-"-
moving. the football between spot again. "The ball popped up in by running backs Anthony Hutchin- hard, the linebackers shoot the gap THE CITY COMMISSIONCITY
i the 20s but having trouble putting'the the air and I started to run," Finch 'son. Tony Brown and QB Stacy many times. '
football across the goal line. said. Oliver. Big play was a 28 yard pass Quarterback Marcus Mallory,No.. OF STARKE. FLORIDA ..
Interlachen led 6-3 in an exchange The 6-6, 208 pound Finch,. iir a completion to. tighe end Brian Live 14,6-0,160-11,is a left handed passer Neil
of. field goals the first half. Four In- tackle's dream,ran the ball 10 yards ingston which gave US a first downat with a good arm. Favorite Wildcat By. L Tucker
,, terlachen fumbles in the second half to. the IHS 10 yard line. A motion' the BHS 14 yard line. But Tornado'DT receiver is split end Frank ) City Clerk
';',', set up the other BHS scoring penalty by BHS,on fourth down and Keith Jenkins,.who is quick as a 5-10, 150-11,who has good foltond
; BHS went up 10-6 with 5:33: remaining three, killed that touchdown chance. 'cat stopped fullback Chris Gaither ,is a good crackback blocker on the ,
:; : in the third period after In- But on the replay of fourth down, 'after two yards on first down. ,sweep, a favorite Baker running
terlachen running back was hit in Donnie Francis neatly,kicked a 25 Speedy RB Hutchinson got six yards play
I \ the backfield and fumbled for thye yard field goal to. make it 133. around' the end before Tornado Most dangerous running threat Is
:' first time. Defensive tackle Kevin Interlachen drew first blood when linebacker Bill Hamilton nailed him left half Lemoyne Williams,No.. 20,a -
Finch recovered the loose football. Tom Seminoe kicked a 40-yard field from behind.QB Oliver got a yard on ,sophomore Williams has excellent '
Then BHS drove. 55 yards for the .goal with 3:17 left in the first period. the sneak up the middle to. the Tornado speed and follows blocks well. '
only touchdown by the offense The kick followed a 50 yard I US offensive five. On fourth and one the left Fullback'' Lee Ellis, No. 10, 6-2,
Fullback Clint Reed went over right drive with QB Stacy Oliver side of the IHS line moved before the'snap 188-11, is a strong hard runner and NOTICEREGISTER
guard from four yards out for the using the play action pass to mix up ,killing the best opportunity. the' the left corner on defense.
score Big play was a 29 yard pass on running and passing.Oliver ran for Rams would have to score. Mark Rhoden No.. 32,5-11,185-12,'
Which quarterback Reggie Flynn 2,7.5,1,1, 11. 3, 1 yards and was On the replay of fourth down from is the wing and power back,and goesin
rolled out to his right and threw on for-4 passing with completions. of 9 the 10 yard line after the five yard motion and leads the end sweep:
the run to fullback Reed who.made it and 18 yards. penalty, IHS elected to. kick another: Wesley Lewis, No.. 1.,5-8, 140-12ls
to. the 11,yard line.'Running back V'BHS came back with a 50-yard' field goal IHS's Ted Seminoe con' ''another dangerous runner with ex-
? Greg Pittman, who had 48 yards in drive of its own and even the score at verted a 27 yard field goal to.put IHS cellent speed and quickness. Lewis
six carries, got six yards over the 3-3 with a 47 field goal by Trammell 'up 6-3 ,with 6:28 ,remaining.in the likes to. cut back against the grain.He .
right side behind tight end EdDouglas Jones, the long kicker,with 11M4: re had a 94 yard TD run on.the.
Then FB Reed went four ,See Page 12A sweep. TO VOTE





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The City of :Starke, CALL FOR BID



will open Sealed ,Bids will, be received by the City

Sealed Bids on ''Oct. 1 ,. "1988 Commission of ,the City of Starke, ,.

at the. -'City .of Starke -' City: Hall Florida the City Hall, in Starke.'

,Florida'until'. 7:3O
at the p.m. Tuesday, 'October

RegularCity 18, ,1988 at which 'time and place all

Commission meeting' bids 'received'' will be publicly opened


: ,on ':the, following, items that and, read aloud on, the following: ,


have been, declared surplus by 'The following items declared surplus property by the City:, .
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: I \ Item, #1 ,1969 Dodge Pickup w/Ut1l1ty"Bodynot? ( running) Bid #1


': 1. 1969;Dodge' ,Pickup with utility,body (not running t .) Bid. #, 1 :Item '#2 .30' K.W4' ,'Generator,. ,, ,, ,"," ,{/;" .< ,. ., Bid'' #. 2 i

.; 2. 30 K.WI' Generator- .. '. Bid #2 Item #3, .Brake Rivet Machine (broke) ,: .. *: .T 4:. Bid,#3

:: 3. Brake Rivet Machine (Broke) ; 'Bid#3 Item, #4 'Gas Analyser' '1 ','/"( ;,:;< ,Bid ,#4

4. Gas Analyser Bid.#4 Item #5'' 1978 Ford Bucket'Truck ( ) ,:' / < '
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'. 6. 1977 AMC Hornet Sedan (Not'Available'til'Oct.: 1988)) Bid'#6 Item #6 1977 AMC'Hornet;, Sedan : ) "' \i'i'' ',Bid.#6

7. :1977' AMC'Hornet Sedan Bid #7 Item #7 1977 AMC Hornet Sedan ;-" -1'; ": '::"r(>' Bid .#7

8. Lear Camper Topper -'.Fits' Ranger Truck Bid #8' Item #8 Lear Camper'Topper flts r'-rn..ck.::::.':' ': .., : Bid #8

9/ 1979 Moped': Bid #9 ":' .
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The: City Reserves the ,Right, Accept,or Reject'All. Bids. Item The City of Starke reserves the right to accept/ or reject< 'a.ny.or.;* all bids:.

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is a limit to one(entry per person each week. ,(except the Tornadoes open week in that case we \
,' 2)) The entry must be on an official blank from the will use the Gator game) as a tiebreaker.Please fill -fj!
TELEGRAPH and must be dropped off at'the; in the points you think: will be scored by the ,' : \:''t s
.J_' TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Friday Tornadoes (Gators) and their opponent combined':' :i"I"
afternoon. Fill in all the blanks with either the name' in the tiebreaker blank. For instance, if the; score in : ': '""
's ..-, of the team'you think will win! or"tie",if you think the Tornado game was Tornadoes 19, Opponents 7, \/Ig/; {
',; the game will end in a tie.. The person who picks the correct score was 26 points. '" ,\ ,'::7\\'
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;3a Bradford's Ramona Tennant won course. It,was a fast course,'says wait Jt>UI.lr4lO.4t. Coach George Loper. score because one runner,'a sixth in third place with 45 points Tuesday
.', the. girl's race in the Gainesville Coach George Loper Newberry won the girl's meet with grader, made a wrong turn and was Oct. 4.TornadcJ.
Cross Country Race winner waa..Greg Smith of 25 Bradford had team,
High Purple Hurrican points. no JV Girls Win... disqualified.The Captain Cam Ward won
Invitational run Saturday, Oct 1.. on GHS in 17:14.: Team winner was score with only three entrants. '
l. BHS boys were led by Robert the three mile race in 19:17.:
The Bradford Middle School girls
: the Westwood Middle School course. Ocala Forrest with 50 points. Brad- Bradford team captain' Ramona
ford won the JV race with 17 Daughman In 14th place In 22:04: Larry Green was third over-all in
had 125 for fourth points.
finished. points place. Tennant won the with
The Bradford High boys girl's race ,
; followed BHS
by Raymond Durban 16th his best time on the
19:42
Captain Cam Ward led the BHS Laytoyia Sims won the girl's race :
three 13:12. Krista OeM
fourth out of 10 teams. Only : was ninth over-all
,: in 22:14: Bernard Johnson 24th In down behind the middle
in 14:14.: Bula second in ; course
Brittany
girl's and was seventh over-all In 17:46: in 'ijs.03: her best time of the was
"a\, BUS girls ran so there was no year 24:28, unit school..Green's 19:13: Saturday wasa
in 14:22.: Renee Daugherty was third in
Green
Larry was 25th\ 19:13: Ken- Glenda Rosier was 16th In 15:38.: ,
team score 1ii; 14The differentcourse
r' All five BUS boys ran theif best was 27th in 19:15! : Wake "Really outstanding. They,did a 1423.: CharmU Spooner was fifth in real well Coach better time but on a
boys ran ,
Tomas says hard to
Is
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30th in 14:48: Tanika Bright was sixth In ,
mile was 19:17: :Tyrone the and
: tl- ,sex of the year on thethree super job girls ,boys, said 15:20.: Clara Batten was seventh in Loper. Kenny DeSue was sixth over-all In
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16:04.: Katina Hampton was 10th in 20:48.:
16:45.: Tasha Johnson was 12th in BUS, Oak ,call, Baker... Tyrone Sanders was 10th in 21:16.:
'- '- L, 1653.It: The BHS boys won a tri-match on Blake Thomas was 12th in 2205.:
.- .-_-., ,. I i.1J -, was the best time of the year for the Tornado, cross country course Vernon Griff in. was 19th in 25:05.:
I f' i each of the girls. with 32 over Oak Mall in second Only two BHS girls ran; the other
,i' -'il 1 ,, .. ', ," ..' Th..rt was nn "IUIS IV h, place with 41: points tml", U I Htch four were out,


: ,"l', ,, tll'I. ''I. -9.1; : r ;11 JV Team 0-3 But Still Improving

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...- ,-- has met three opponents so far this away with the respectable score of game.
.......1 -" Torode 'Shell .::: year,and has an 0-3 record. 2012. "I feel like from here on out we
Last week the Jr Tornadoes The Tornadoes had possible tying have a good chance of winning the
0 has moved to a new & better location played the best game sq far againstTerwillegar's touchdown called back on a. next four games," says JV Coach
: Mike Guiterres. "The team is show-
ing a lot of improvement."
Starke Amoco Running back Robert Hankerson
had a 49 yard ouchdown run in the

: Located on the Corner of Walnut & US 301 South sw a HOMEC ommaOCTOBER run.game The and touchdown Tim Taylor that had was a 50 called yard

back was on a 30 yard pass play
9644413Stop 9 from quarterback Julius Harden to
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", Blockers on the offensive line
making some good plays were Andy

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:'; 'Your Amoco I ,
Grand Opening" : BAPTIST ,. Versus Santa Fe...,
'Credit Card '., CHURCH 'The first game of the season was a '
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Soon : I.
; 24-6 loss to powerful Santa Fe<,
SR 230 A 'Starke ,"I was well pleased with the offense -
: : ApplicaitonSoon ," said Coach Guiterres, ''but
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'Of.our, beauttiful new ," they made an awful lot of penalties.The .
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h" (.' .' "' l station,1 ,':,:,t.;, '''\\! :\ Guest Speaker: Rev., E.J. Babbs penalties plagued us and
1;,; ,' : :,:' .., \ '. ] ./<:,,";:;"V'lr: ,{'> prevented a couple of touchdowns. (.
< ;, ', .. / ---- Brad Hamilton was the only
I _" Special Singers: The Royal Heirs '
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.Ib$.;::'.,.. ,' ," Stop' by: 'and see John Torode, Jr,and his' friendly ClJCnner on theEveryone :Grounds => a Versus 60 yard touchdown W. Nassau.run... .

staff of employees,, offering full, service, or ,self ,Again penalties plagued the offense
( -- Welcome Tornadoes
service' -- and prevented the
: from scoring, dropping the game to'
West Nassau 200.
FREE AIR
Awe Pastor: James Parrish Again the defense did not play up
to expectations, says Coach Gulter-;
,r rez,but we hope at the game this to'
\I day (Thursday Oct." 6) with In-
terlachen, the team will turn things
around and get on the winning. ,side.'
\' ,f ,Kickoff is 7 p.m', ': ,
The defense has been coming
along rather slowly, said the coach
but is showing some Improvement.T. .
J. Orton, Isaac Williams John
Williams,Wyatt Collins and Thomas
1(., --- Cordially Invites Starke to Visit McCutchen are the tacklers showingthe
most promise

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Our ,New \ WinsThe
( Showroom! BHS girls volleybalt team
', k. defeated North Marion in a come-
% from-behind Monday, night
victory
(:',, : : /\ _. \/ Ae eProud, to'In txlu and are playing well and with great
_.
; intensity according. to Head Inez
'Iii' JSlB L II 1 V1 JIMMY Digs' .
:: Wrangler" "S" The Lady 'Tornados beat North
ST'RICKLAND Marion 6-15. 15-10 amd 16-14 in a
: ,
( close third game'that went rigli
19 ( ) \ ,as Sales Manager down to the wire. Tangela Pittman
\, of had 10 points Monique Williams,
With 25 Years
"' with two kills and Evette
17
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Chrysler Experience scored seven points for
-- Covington
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9995Slllli'.K BHS in the win..
,>U' The ladies lost a close.match to
: 7 Santa Fe last week 17-15, 9-15 and
14-16 but looked good in the match,
__ according to Coach Diggs. Williams
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with one block
\ scored eight points
I { and two a .kes, and Latara Jacksonhit
,: : Jeep Cherokee pr. ff for 11 points with two spikes! and,
:, a block. ,
,25 in Stock! GHS prevailed last Thursday 15-7:
A4\(:; WD; 6-15 and 3-15 with Pittman and
J 6Cyl.. 2 Dr.. &.4 d Jackson leading the way with five
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Pioneer Laredo''Limited Sis J.1 'points each. Williams and Jackson
7 both played well at the net; accor-

,,ding to the coach. ,
JV Coach Glenda Butler reportedthat
:" Grand Wagoneer her team is 5-3 on the season
beating,Eastside in straight, ,mat-
'2 ""in ''Sto'ck! ,ches 15-4 and 15-5 last week.
;. 'The JV squad also defeated North
e'h' :'Fully"Loaded 'Trailer: ,'- Town Pkg. 'Marion Monday", by, a 15-11 fS-1, !,

score.,
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r.; .CHRYSLER first half.'
Dodge The third period BHS touchdownput
.MOTORS BHS up 10-6 and two more field
d, ri cash goals by cushioned the BHS advan
t.' In tage to 166. Following IHS fumbles\
7 5 Donnie Francis kicked field goals of
; Stock' '24 and 20 yards,although also missing ,
:) L Rebate Ii two.. .
Order
: 1 The four fumbles kept the Rams.
., from making much progress in the
second half. BHS gave the football
; back one when QB Sheffield and RB
Dodge Pittman collided in a pay mix-up
1989, 1989
t:! 1989 Chrysler. and the football came loose. The-
: football'stayed on the Interlachen'end
/ New Yorker Dodge. Dakota ''WIDO4'x4, of the field in the second half.
........ I' DT Kevin Finch recovered'two
fumbles, linebacker Bill Hamiltonone
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1 "Mark & '318 Auto. AC ,and safety Trammell!Jones one.
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;:, I Jeep4X4 I Ed Douglas recovered a loose football .

:. ...... Cross $AVE ''THOUSAND, $ snap when sailed the over lone the Interlachen head of Tom punt
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5 In Stock Dod e
Semmoe. That gave BHS a first
:," down at the IHS eleven just beforethe
,
half but BHS failed to convert
i"" s and Francis missed,the field goal..
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A Tornado rival going back to the
i TERWILLEGAR 50's,Baker has ruled since 1980,winning
six of the past eight games.
Bradford won 21-0 in 1985 when the
," 1 TornadoLS went 12-1 and played and

t! .'' ( Chrysler ,. Plymouth:>> Dodge Dodge Trucks other lost the Bradford state championship.win was a defensive Only

: Jeep Eagle Inc. 0V battle in 1982 which Bradford won 3-
if';, jeep CHRYSLER 0 on a field goal by then high school
Street Starke (904) 964-9000 MOTORS sophomore John David Francis,now
141 W.' Madison kicker for the University of Florida.
Baker won 14-3 in 1987, 13-10 in
Open: 8:30: a.m. to'7 p.m., Mon.-Frl. 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday: Closed Sunday 1986, 12.3 In 1984,21-7 in 1983,13-7 in
t. ,1981,and 17-13 In 1980.
Prior to 1980 Bradford dominatedthe
series for years when Baker wasa
smaller school.Since the construction -'
of MO Baker High has grown
;.., and now rivals Bradford High In
i' number of students.t' .
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jc FFA Students Prepare Statewide, Competition in ForestryBy

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Mark Frledlin Field Day Several students also' won Individual The contest Is designed: to put a little .
BCT Staff WriterLocal A large group of young FFA'erS honors at the competition, high spirited competition into the
and regional Future attended the competition in Brad- winning high marks when they ac-* Forestry traning the FFA'ers
41 Farmers of America measured ford County Last year the Bradford complishedsuch tasks as measuringa receive,and undoubtedly will lead a
distances through the forest, zeroedin Junio Chapter won 'a citation''and volume estimation of pulpwoodand portion of the participants, into
on plant identifications and other placque for their 4th place overall sawtimber with a special tool ,careers in the field.
useful activities in preparation for finish. They were the only junior called a Biltmore Stick "Most of these contestants are
l' the annual FFA District Forestry chapter among the top ten teams. "We were very proud of the skills high school,vocational agricultural
l'r I __ ..,.: 'R. r: .". I shown by this group of students/! students,",explained Forestry Agent
i commented Bradford FFA( Dave Norton. ,"They will pick up
4 r H Spokesman Greg Alvarez "This is a some valuable skills they can use
good warm-up for the competition n to later on in their careers through this
''come on the district level. program The competition m this.
Bradford FFA'ers held their own event is getting stronger each year.
.in the stiff competition at the practice You really have to know your factsto
1 tI session and many did quite well finish well In the standings"
when the ,results were In as the The,students spent a part of the
grading system produced ,winners'by ,day stretched out under the pines
a narrow\ margin. ,completing: written examinations
The ,competition tests practical which covered general knowledge of
I skills many of the students will use
.& In later,professions// .See Page, 12B,
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I' Felos, Christopher Appointed for DukakisSenator ; G.E.D test. For further'Information call

964-6800 ext. 122, The deadline forreglsterlpg '

Lloyd bentsen received Leary and Suzanne Masonbrink.. ,t:Chnstouner will be responsible for and signs are available by,calling Is October: 13, 1988.,
an enthusiastic reception in North "Wave a lot to do before the Nov organizing all local campaign activities 964-6661 or 9fI4..8m.
Florida last week creating momentum 8 election, but we know that Anna including signing up com- The North Fla. Headquarters Is

for. County the Dukakis coordinators.Bentsen campaign have ,expecting and Darla will a do large a great turnout job, We're In literature munity people hiiMr. ,to t.work tmprr'fiekors| Printed Tallahassee located at 118 South Monroe Street :Testing dates and times are as follows:'

been announced to manage the cam November,and we're going to make
paign iti North Florida, Stressingthat sure that this county and region Is
.the effort will be'a grassroots solidly behind the Dukakis-Bentsen, Monday October 17
campaign involving hundreds of ticket." Tuesday October 18 ,,' ,
volunteers, the ,campaign chose As Regional Coordinator, Ms. """ -
local people who are active In their Felos will oversee an eleven-county PHYSICAL THERAPYJerry Wednesday, October 19R
communities, area. Those counties include Baker, .
"Weare proud to have Anna Felosas ,Bradford, Columbia, Dixie. Thursday October'' 20 ,
our Regional Coordinator''and ''Gilchrist, Hamilton, Lafayette FJsbcrk,P.T., 2:3O: 545; ,8OO; PM each day
Darla Christopher' serving as our Levy, Madison Suwannee, and ..
Bradford County Coordinator"" said Union As County Coordinator Ms; DY APPOINTMENT '9t34-gppp *1011''
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1 Three At DisturbanceThree Arrested ALL SUPERMARKETS p R .


people, were arrested HAVE GOOD GRADES EEEF *- .-x.- -

because of their actions at a loud ;; -
party on Linda !. Friday night
BUT NOT'ALLSUPERMARKETS $ '
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Sept 30 on Silver Lake where they I "THE HAMBURGER
found more than 50 including .
persons BUNS LOVE" I.
juveniles and adults according
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PASS THE TEST.
Michael Ray ODonoghue 21,,of
Keystone Heights had received fair W-D BRAND HANDI-PAK

warning disturbance prior said to Dempsey.the Friday He night had 5 LB. PKG.GROUND. W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICECUBED

been told he could not host loud par- '
lies: at the expense of his neighbors. :
Then when they ,found a large
,amount of liquor available with so ,
many young juveniles present Fri
day night Dempsey said they made
several arrests.
ODonogue was charged'with'
disorderly conduct and released BEEFSTEAK l
,after a $100.75 cash bond was posted. '"
Jon Eric Nelson, 19,of Middleburg .i:
waa:charged with disorderly con- ,
duct and of an alcoholic US. "
possession '
beverage by a minor He was released /
after a $263.25 surety,bond was I.
,
,i 'posted, Gooderham., ., of \'' ; \ A
Peter Andrew 21; 4artvrFywri ? r 'c ,
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with'' .' G thiq\ $$107tN ,
'possession keystone Heights of less was than charged 20 grams of .J, '''rxH Y'1.ri.1"I, .'''' 'j\\,Irr1.Nat, ....... "" ,, ,
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cannabis, and was released after a ( t ''
,
"-ih"vK',, '
$262.50 surety bond was posted. !'"' "v.f tltXtl,{;"tlr.\ ? ,wNlry.. ,\' '' ",' ,
s.< \\
Two people allowed to leave the f'.f., \!' ,, 1\1 ,',
party' were later arrested on 21B ""'.y'f. '
west'of Speedville Road after,they Ii, ..."" ,"II'"., \*", \\LB. ",
involved in brawl \ !.>JV!; i' ,
became a or fight"' I J.I.I.. \.t\I f !\ + ,.; ."+ \":.
said Lt.Sammy Eunice. ? ':' ".';\ ',," '
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Kenneth Eugene Pressley \!:, A. ,, ;
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Keystone Heights and Michael T. ,....,- -\ ..'," .,( .'.',;. .' ,\" '. ,
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Smiley,18,of Melrose were charged ... ,,' '\( .'; "': 'V! 4oc\,' '
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with disorderly conduct They were .pit,,h'>I"'I'J\ 3:'' "';:\)';? .; ?'!'!'' !\\ !"t :AIhi', .
released after' $100.75'ei+ bonds ,C""" i 4 : \ ,,.",\\,:,' ,, \ ,' I' :,': \ :'N; .'
were posted, "according to Investigator h yyi.ttc;: ; < ,duktitr, '\( \'.;. : t.: : ,:.....:.'','I' ,t #+;;' .. t LEAN CHOPPED U.S. CHOICE WHOLE or HALF SEMI-BONELESS
David Aderholt, Deputy >\'. :y tk' ry'" .,)," ,
.I $197
Doug York and 'auxiliary deputy, ''h\lII.. \ _',.... ,wwP. "" :,_,01 Icl>' "" SIRLOIN ) RIBEYES . ". La.'l'j1" $387WinnDixie
Danny; Pearson.' ',iClay' y'I, "

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'is SprayingIn titOWXFar '

:'Mosquito Battle'' .: .. .. ,

Because of the heavy rains followed
by extremely warm days, the
mosquito larvae have (:begun to ,
hatch. ,! '.
Effective Sept.23,the Clay County', ', ,
Road Department began fogging for ,

mosquitoes 24-hours a day With ap, .., ,, .
J '
1200 miles of and ,
proximately paved '
', :.. ,, ,'I\llInU\ -
dirt roads In Clay County' this .. ,/ aIwaY'S'IOd$p
.. 'e y<:'1)I\ d'Ilk10AI
f means the entire county' will be tlolp H ort EVERYDAY LOW LOW PRICES '
'o tl people ieadY to ono b uu'ip
covered veryCive days. \NtiO'XIE'r' ,re wa4"91'1 Sirappnlr P'cM' trr&ittmeY4' .
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,Valerie Mercer ,t \what yoW thlnh! Sa WINN-DIXIE GIVES YOU: THE LOWEST FOOD BILL POSSIBLE,
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'Completes'Airman 'Valerie Basic''A. Mercer has = d:;'_10,S&'tIE. PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN.DIXIE'LOCATION:

,completed basic training at,. \ V/ STARKE
Lackland AFB, Texas. PRICES GOOD ,IIS WALNUT 8T.-BRADFORD SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER. -DELJ PHONE'60 4S913
Valerie is the daughter of Mr. & / ,
,Mrs Jim Mercer of : Keystone NSERVEGHTS. THURS.WED.0:
Heights.,She is a 1986 graduate of =rzzr:: ,'_" OCT. 6-12,1988
Keystone Heights High School. ?
She Is presently assigned to A/L1eFiQR lt7l/RAIQVFY
Technical Training School at Sheppard -" rFROSr
AFB, in Wichita Falls, Tx.
Following a 23-day' leave Jn, >EO oAN I 'I
November,she will be assigned to \ l l1t.t' lN
duty at Anderson AFB on the island JOAN OF ARC
of Guam. OKK AND MANS DAD IO

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FLR.TLLJIN' I THERTRE

,Starke: ,.: 964-5451
rSBge& 16-oz. CANS

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Sat:& Sun.',5.00: Showing

Tuesday Showing

CLOSED Wed. Jhurj., a

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Give Ito .shot! 'LEI[ ., LIGHT Of REGULAR DETERGENT 40c'OFF WHEN YOU HAVE MORE
ALL VARIETIES OLD MILWAUKEE LEMONLIMEPALMOLIVE THAN GROCERIES ON YOUR LIST
I I SCREEN TWOTUCKER. "j I PEPSI ,

COLA BEER (
LIQUID
,I ALL VARIETIES WHITE RAIN'

THE MAN $ ; 12.PI:. $ 349 'r /r/ CONDITIONER SHAMPOO or 'II uBtL 99

AND. HIS, DREAM 2LTf 1. 12'O CAN 22.0 89 ALL VARIETIES
BTL ." 8TL:, WHITE RAIN '
JEFF BRIDGES GSJ! J 7 oi '99'
"HAIR SPRAY,, .' SUEFKC.I

301 1 DHIVE-in MATILDA BAY DRY MAXIMUM STRENGTH
KRAFT c SINUTAB SQ38

Storke 964-7484 GRAPE JELLY ';w 89' COW01LNEERSE.fo5J> lnE' 3i>? 99C TABLETS .'.,. '. 2 .
Frl. Sat. & Sun CUT TARTAR CONTROL

RAMBO III QI BEANS,, : $1 00, II'! HI. ,$ 8'CRACKIN DIXIE PIES GOOD. .. .O .',&' $-00 I IALL 'AIM TOOTHPASTE ,. ., .TUBE./99e

2
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THRIFTY MAIDrOMATOES. 3 $129 BTL& TOASTER O100 BABY FRESH $ 25

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SOFT PRETTY CRUNCH/ot CREAMY
I BELUSHI LE ALPO ( to BATH PEANUTBUTTER RUBBERMAID

AdmIssIon; -k DOG FOOD TISSUE TRASH CAN

Adults...................... 9C JSP

Children.....:...............,600 $'

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Arrests in Bradford ,County I, I',y91

Michael McClain. He was released ,
special. Recent ArrestsIn Starke was arrested Oct 4 for loiter- Traffic after a $210 surety bond was posted,
Bradford CountyThe ing and prowling, trespass on school Keith Anthony Hilliard 22 of
property, according to .Lt. K. H arrested Sept. 30 for
Fall Sale < Raiford was Stephen Thornton was arrested
Wheels following arrests were made, Hinds: Jr, Akridge was seen on,the driving while license suspended Oct. 3 for DWLS, according to U.
All sate in Bradford County by local grounds behind the Bradford County (OWLS), according to Patrolman Hinds,. Jr. He was released after a
Ctrs '
on authorities. School Board I building where he released
1320 N. ; 'Gordon Smith. He was $210 surety! bond was posted.
Temple Ave.
From tried to elude the police officer. He after $210 surety bond wa posted!.
Starke Johnny Glen Nettles, 30, of Starke' was released' after a $210 cash bund Michael Thomas Cogswell, 27'of
wan arrested Oct. 4 for loitering and was posted. Jerome Rome Alexander, 27, of ,Keystone Heights was arrested Oct.
964-7783 $295 Down prowling, according to, Patrolman' Starke 'was arrested Oct 1' for | for driving under influence and''
Buy Here' Hers & Up Danny Thrift ,Nettles was! seen Keith, McRady Borden, 30, wan OWLS, according to Lt W C Reno, resisting arrest with violence,according
Pay,. hiding behind a sign after police picked up from prison J-umt at expiration -. lie was released after a $210 surety to Sgt, C. D.Carter Cogswell's
We Finance were called to a domestic: distur of sentence Sept. 28, according 'bond was posted, vehicle could not stay ina. single
bance. He was release after a $lu5! to Lt Sammy Eunice. He was lane and when stopped Cogswell
cash bond was posted, charged as a fugitive from justice William ,Lee Woods, 25, of smelled of alcohol, said Carter.
from Virginia and,was'returned! to arrested Oct! 3 for
Jacksonville was Bond was set at $1.!500); he vas
James Edwin Akridge 51, of authorities in that state UWLS, according to investigators / released on his own recognizance

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Tennessee Escapee

Captured Near Starke

....t- A 24-year-old fugitive from Ten'
nessee was apprehended Oct 3 just
north of Starke.
; Aubrey Hagon ,Russell, Jr. was
found' at the, residence of his
girlfriend'on US-301: according to
Barry King. Localauthorities
s tiU.S. were notified!of Russell
N .| WHITB escape from the Pulaski ,Sheriif'
ill Tennessee
Department Offering
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICEBOTTOM POTATOESHARVEST no resistance to his arrest.'Russell
was 'charged with fugitive from
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE
justice ana returned to Tennessee:
BONE-IN or FRESH said King ,

BONELESS TOP VENT VUE Divorces GrantedIn


The Bradford, .t following marriages County, 'ere''
ROUND SIRLOIN WHITE 'dissolved In Bradford County during
'the month pf; September

James Richard McDonald& Betty'

ROAST STEAK POTATOES Lou Kay Ronald McDonald Sams.Douglas Sams II & .Brenda

Fouraker Herbert C Fouraker t. Cametia" J.,

Edward Monroe Barnes & Sherry!

Hartley Jerry Brown Barnes.& Linda D: Brow, 1'1. '

Larry Jackson & Laura Jackson:
Jimmy Elton,Crissmarj> & Patricia

$i53LB. 'Ann Marshall Cnssman, Thompson,. ,&' Doris,
v
:Thompson,
Debra An Brougi4on &. Willis Clifton
2 Broughton,
10 Randall B. Curtis h'Leslie )K; Cur;

".\ LB' I tisRodger: K''Willoughb 4. MarJ',R
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Rescue,Answers

.. 150 Calls In,Sept.
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BONELESS BOTTOM W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BONELESS HARVEST FRESH Bradford 'County Emergence

ROUND STEAK .1 $187 DELMONICO STEAK L., '$497 CELERY. '. . .." 68 J Medical a total Services of 150 calls Rescue'or'runs respondedto duringthe
month of September. accordingto
Supervisor Cliff Chapman A
HARVEST FRESH record I high for the unit which
.
U-.D.A. INSPECTED
W-D BRAND U S CHOICE BONELESS averaged, 100 runs in J9R6! \ and. 113
9-11LB. PKQ. WESTERNBROCCOLI '
BONELESS. ''FARMSTEAD $ 11 ,runs per month 1967metyse ,
Sr. ;":"'"\s <$1'7 J. ." A11 x"ac'" > /rn'transports'; required
RUMP RO ,,: \T'LEGfQRUYAERRT'E' RS PORK CHOPS. ,.'v-. ;;m 'the' transporting of 101 patients,
W.D BRAND U S CHOICEBONELESS r Fifty-three calls' required no
.. EYE $ 57 -' PORK $ 80 transporting The back-up unit made

ROUND CHOICE 5 $ RIBLETS' '. '. .'., I SIZE 9 99 $' transported 14 runs and by one STAT patient Flight was; to

W-O BRAND U S 48 3V* LB DOWN BUNCH Alachua General Hospital in
BONELESS EYE $277 _."" -.I.-:; LB FRESH PORKSPARERIBS Gainesville' Squad Five assisted on
$197 HARVEST FRSH ,
ROUND.STEAK. .;,. u . .,, La GRANNY SMITH. $,+68i .one The run'majority of the patlE'nlioI.,
USD.*, INSPECTED SMOKED V.S I "were taken tQ Bradford( Hospital
APPLES '. .
LEAN GROUND $ 9'] FRYER 78e PORK SHOULDER 81e ," HARVEST FRESH Eighteen patients were taken to

1 DRUMSTICKS PICNICS . SECKLE BOSC Shands.! Hospital; B ,to Alachua
ROUND. ,4..0. taWD ',' La ,0' l8 .9ARTLETT.COMICE. RED BARTlETT General Hospital I and one tp :North; ,
USDA INSPECTED Florida Regional Hospital all )In
k TURKEY MARKET STYLE 'A '\ PEARSu Gainesville: '

CHOPPED HAM ..',. La $249 ,WINGS .... ." ." Lit 48e. SLICED BACON, La $138 ( li Revepl One ion patient Medical wa< Center!* I taken and loathe one' to,,

Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery'
.$ 37 W-D COOKED. HICKORY SWEET $199 .b 6 8 ... ,('E'nlt'rl. : "
1 u $399' LB, w Illness related calls topped! the hst'of
SPARERIBS .' ', La / HAM ..... 0 0', PII4 .BONELESS HAMS La 1dl emergencies with 35 people,', .
needing attention Cardiac' patient'
'were the next highest need" with 1R,
'' cn ::L( BAkE '- J) patients requiring ResL'UC.inne pa
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FFi t t'' lV ----1't1J IIE'ntlIlS in full arrestV,
.' Sixteen (calls were td, people. in
i In -o v "SMOKED NICE & SLOW & HOT TO GO"
u .
rtt
f"*' turn Q trauma and another ten runs wore to
"' ; WHOLE SLAB OF
i. people in trauma resulitngfroni,
vehicleaccident. Six people suffered
respiratory' problemone\ nllt-
was to anobstretic\ patient and four
iI i'BARBECUE calls, were to drug! overdose \Ictims
Four calls were to snake bite victims I
and one call was to a gunshot

IAI k _ _ .ound victim.One v'wllOand'lnt'. w a*' Ila stabbing -,

in an emotional
2 LAYERS COCONUT orGERMA pt'rSOltla
crisis and the unit was on M.inbv. for'a


Lu CCHOCOLATE Dial structure. 911 fire.. EmergencyFIIP \



IJIjiU $499\ Troopers -

/ 1 IJLIki '' DELI Continue License

Vehicle Inspections

BHAM Bradford Count;
The Florida Highway I'aln't11\
SUPERBRAND be conducting driver ,license,;' and
BUTTER ME NOT 3 'age SUPERBRAND 2 a.L $10 0 a .t-jri 9 9J vehicle inspection checkpoint dur'-

.BISCUITS 0'. . SIZE WHIPPED TOPPING puciI2 -a 19 ,,ing the.week of Oct,7 through IVta.
ALL FLAVORS an SK 21: SK-100, SK2.1K.III.
SR-16j CR-1B. CR-ia, ('K-2'",
L CHEKDRINKS 'CHOC O CHARM, 99TROPICANA"= $109 FRESH BAKED'" IN FOIL BAG CR-225,, CR-125, (,H.22\1. ,'R'231.
.
r ''la. ,DRINK .,,:. <. 0, .'. GAL !, CAN": :('R227R22'. "-2.111!ami,'R1'111.0( \
> .ola l FARMERS CHOICE BREAD in Bradford Count J.Recognizing ',

SUPERBRAND $199 ,SHOESTRING.Z' .$1 00 ,. the public by the danger Mf"\1\\ prex'iitottto vehicle
$ 00 GRATED PARMESAN. tilE POTATOES '.'.'. 2,KG.0I. ''et; equipment-..Troopers 'will concentrate
2 2 LTR. their efforts on vehicle being ,
SUPERBRAND '''LENDERS EACH operated with defects such a* bad I
BTLI
COTTAGE 8ge' 18e brake, worn lire and defective
CHEESE . ,. CUP BAGELS '. .". .,, .. ,Ps4: lighting equipment' In addition, at
t'I1OIIO'iIl(\ be directed to driver .
''MS who would, violate ,the driver license
FISHERMAN laws of .Florida .
PHARMACY WHARE The Patrol hall found these checkpoint j
1OO % .atS *to be an effective mean of enforcing
PROFESSIONALS '41-50 CT. FRESH the equipment and driver I
TRAINED .
license law' of Florida while insuring
WORKING TOGETHER FOR 1&& MAYPORTSHRIMP I the protection\ of all motorist '

SATISFACTIONGUARANTEED BETTER HEALTH CARE a Union CountyThe
t
an unbeatable .
Doctor and pharmacist. f
Florida Highway Patrol ..mbt"
duo winning the fight against disease.
., f'' ._,'''1 ty./MreAg ............. 5-LBS.OR $399LESS vehicle conducting inspection driver checkpoints license during and I

I IF. YOU ARE NOTSATISFIED D"1t'!1 ,. '.L -, medluldlrl..lo..1Ie ure you, the pittenl.sea ">.but MORE the week of Oct.7 through Oct. IS
.
SR-10CI SR-121'SR-211
SR-Ml.
't tmJ.. ...lcln."V8II.bl"........... ..." ( THAN 5 'LBS.-$4 ') on SR238."oR.! -lit CR-U7 'CR-229,
NEITHER ARE WEI I ,1 '. O.n.o-t"'Io.c.unt..D.u.,k H.dMnfCompl CK-125. CR-J3IA CR-24A and CR-.
ifIl ..'.B....ty c.n Community State DELTA PRIDE 796A In Union County
WE WILL REPLACE ANY ITEM YOU :,W""I', tf Y.wr N_ltK.l out main concern. SUPERMARKET CATFISH FILLETS *. s'199 T

ARE NOT PLEASED WITH OR .=-a."\... .* Our.unyourprewripi/on.Boni./n registered pharmaclsU/ make Bank, ??-rvr WINN-DIXIE BANK AT AVAILABLE IN,SEAFOOD STORES ONLY
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TheM Boy Scout from SUiWt Troop 70 earned award In a ceremony' Ut
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week. '
From left to right In the front rows Douglas Snyder Robert Matron!,Joshua
Brewer Cory Coetzman Jason Green Nathaniel Whitley Mllcbel Cunter,Kril
A f \ Green and Vincent En.....
zr t In the rear from left to rlpght( :.Patrick Hunt and Jason'Morin.,
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I: Local Boy Scouts Honored in Awards CeremonyBoy 434 W. Call Street 411 La-Z-Boy W. Madison Street

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964-5826 9645827Mon.Frl.

Scouts of Troop 70, sponsoredby Nathanial Whitley Boy Scout and Tenderfoot and two skill'awards; badges; 8OO !>::4O Sat. 8OO: 1OO:
the Starke Rotary. Club, have' two merit badges; Patrick Hurst, Boy Scout Tender Jason Green First Class three "It's A Fact You can Do Better At Denmark Fuuiitiin
earned over 100 awards for recent Joshua Brewer,Boy Scout and two foot and three skill awards and three skill awards and three merit ,
accomplishments.the quality'and skill awards; merit badges; badges; ,
quantity of their work has been Kris Green twoskill awards and Mitchell Gunter, Tenderfoot= Douglas Snyder who is Star, two
truly outstanding..It's very exciting, one merit badge; cond Class, seven skill. awards aid merit badges; and -
for I believe it's Just the beginning of, Vincent Ennis, Boy Scout and two three merit badges;, Jason Morin, Star and six merit
,n-..what they can: and will do in the skill awards and two merit badges Charles Chip Crews,who is Second badges. MOBILE
future," says Scoutmaster John Cory ,Goetzman, Boy Scout, ''Class not present, two merit! See page SB!

,Schmidt.The awards were presented at an HOME
Honor Court held Tuesday evening, STATE OF FLORIDA : ,liIISPECIAL.
Sept.17.Included among the awards .
i were Quality Unit and Camporee
ribbons, camping patches.One-Mile PUBLIC AUCTION / .
Swim patches,' Totin' chip ,cards, '
MOBILE HOME TON
skill award metal belt loops, merit, $'i
1
badge patches, and rank patches. SURPLUS VEHICLES & EQUIPMENT CENTRAL AIR .I I y %/ Installed'A
:'Jason Morin, Senior Patrol top-notch unit designed! to
availability
Leader, in of the Honor' Subject J ,
was charge
Court and presented the awards. ''From the Dept. ofTrans.Dept, < of Ag. (Div of Forestry). Florida Hwy, PatroU.Game,& Fish Jor mobile homes.' from,

With Jason's leadership the Scouts'' Comm.,f.N.R.,, and other'state_ agencies. Single-Wide Priced

both parents entertained and friends and informed by telling their of ----- Over 300 Items In Sale ., '!9!!

their experiences at;" the Baden.' **:25 Rarrichargers*7 Blazers r: 20 Mustangs,* 8 Vans 56 Pickups 50 LTDs* 4 Diplomats ... 6 (ff3?>
Powell Camporee last April, Scout Including a BMW
Suburbans? Pius many many,more .
World in May, a weekend campoutat PLUS 1103 S. WALNUT ST.STARKE 9647701INSULATION
Goldhead State Park in June, a
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week of summer camp in July at .4 Crawler Tractors. 2 Motor Graders -'Excavator 6 T'ransport'l5'ucks -Stepv'an Dumps Cab
Camp Shands (south of Melrose & Chassis,15 Outboard Motors 8 Boats Motorcycle- and Morel :
.and the weekend retreat at the (
1 Methodist Youth Camp at Leesburgin TIME: '9:00: AM Saturday October 15 1988

September. I PLACE: D.O.T.,Maintenance Yard W.,7th St.'* Lake City FL
of his Brownsea
Jason then
topld
experiences. Brownsea is a week of INSPECTION:Thursday& Friday. Oct 13 and 14 from 9 AM.to 4 PM. l''

summer camp, limited to a small 'Auction Day from 8:00: AM to 9:00: AM e, ,SAVE THAT ENERGY e
select of boysfrom each, ..
troop. Every group day, on into the even- Cach.Cuhlcra Chaek.Fmonal oti Company Chick WUKtlm: nRJ\l8l"..\..c .......... ,
ing hours,highly intense classes and of$30aoO for each w..tulo.wagon van eclfehMAiek muM h.mad. .Iy aftIt I.Mid.F.Mbs equipment. 2S4kcaah High R Volue/ Cllulo "Ijf'-
other events are held to enhance and d.po.tt la_.......-baUae.la Jttt fc,3:00 B.OL.October 17.or fepaafca vffl b.fcilud. Batt 11J.
Plb.rglass j'
develop leadership abilities in the AUCTIONEER NOTE! Please" note that...have moved up the lUrllng time to 9.00 AM and we are having Inspection.two day.Instead of '"
one.This was done because" this la the large ule we've ever done for the State of Florida. Don't mlra th'.lIll1an''''aalrl Pram Hou. ExteriorN ( r
has the
'youth. Jason earned right to .w ,or ''Old Construction J -J;
.wear a "trained" patch on his left .. '
Auction & Inc.P.O. Installation
First Coast Realty j
., sleeve under his senior patrol leader Quality
patch. He proudly showed the audience ON
Box 7878 Jacksonville. FL 32238(9O4) 9646956SAVI
the large Brownsea patch he
,earned. ( ) 772-011O

Awards presented include: Robert J. Garner. Lie. AU 289 AB ISO '
Robert Matron received his,Boy'
Scout Rank;

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+ 1 OREMOST"a4'' PRINCE

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And a16 r 4 Prices
37.85fe
Garden Centers per month a s combine to bring you 'Good' ,
V ( PRICES 'Thru
SALE ENDS TUESDAY OCTt 11 If LOWER Ocf.,12
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rudae: /
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While Supplies Last 2. Frrr annual pickup A flrllvrry tpvrliil,
1. Part*dtoronnt on nil In-nhop repair*. t f
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Odest Elmo Cox M: Greeson; two daughters/' Dawn Shreves Cemetery I'n'' 'Monroe Card of ThanksThe
Mr. Odest Elmo Cox. 77, of M. Smith of Rock Hill, S.C.:. and Township, Pa. Local arrangementsare
Melrose, died Oct. 4 at his residence Wanda G. Phillips of Jacksonville; being handled by Jones Funeral Mark Family would like to _#
following a Hidden illness. two sisters Anona G. Cox and Loia Home of Starke. thank everyone for the kindness Glenda'sShear '
Born Dec 28, 1910 in Bainbridge C. Greeson both of Augusta, Ga.; shown to us during our time of sorrow
Ga., Mr. Cox moved to Melrose in seven grandchildren and one great- Mrs. Sarah SargentMrs. for our loved one. Design .
1982 from Jacksonville. He was a grandson. Sarah Lewis (Dot Sargent, Your calls, cards, food, flowers, '
member of St. William Catholic Funeral services will be held Fri- 74, of Melrose, died Sept. 30 in and most, of all, your prayers are ...'l
Church, a retired fire instructor at day, Oct. 7 at 12 noon In DeWitt C' Alachua General Hospital followingan .gratefully appreciated.. .r 116 l S.Thompson Street ....4''"
State Fire College in Ocala, former Jones Chapel of Keystone with Kev extended illness. The Marks Family
ly a fireman with the City' of Buddy C. Friedlin officiating. Interment Born Feb. 11. 1914 In Alachua >>
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Jacksonville, retiring in'1979. will be in Jacksonville County, Mrs. Sargent lived in this Thank O\\1O 1: )1:
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Survivors include his wife, June Memory Gardens of Orange. Park at area ''all her life. She was a
Ives Cox; two sons, Paul E. Cox of 2 p.m. Friday under the direction of homemaker, a Methodist' and the The family of Mother Lydia Toplin
Keystone and Larry Cox of Jackson- Jones Funeral Home. widow of Arthur W. Sargent. Lane wishes to express, their appreciation Mr. Tim's Perm Special .
ville; four sisters, Viola Rice of Survivors Include one sister, Mrs. and thanks for the many ,
Melrose, Cassie Miller' of Jackson- 'George MessersmUh Merle' Li Crone of Melrose and ,calls, expressions of sympathy,
ville, Lila ,Mae Ballon of New Mr. George Raymond several nieces and nephews. cards, flowers, food and other formsof I Reg, $40.00 NOW 30.00
Orleans and Sue Brown of Keystone; Messersmith, Sr., 83, of Melrose, Graveside funeral services were help that was given to them during
six grandchildren and one great died Tuesday Oct. 4, tt his held Monday, Oct. 3 with Fr. Fred this time of grief and loss. Once ,Ask Mr. Tim about the new Spiral Wrap ,
grandson.The residence .following an extended il- Yerkes officiating. Interment was in again, thanks from all of us. The
evening wake service will be lness. Windsor'' Cemetery, Windsor, Fla., Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not
held Thursday, Oct. 6 at 7 p.m. in St. Born Mar. '9, 1905 in Polly's under the direction of Jones. Funeral want. "We Like to Keep You Looking Good"
Williams Catholic Church. Mass ser Hollow, Pa., Mr. Messersmith moved Home. The Lane Family!
vices will be Friday,Oct.7 at 10 a.m. to Melrose in January from
with Father Tom Gordon officiating; Tallahassee. 'He was a member of
Interment, will be in Evergreen the Open Bible. Church of Shelby (,
Cemetery In Jacksonville at 1 p.m. Ohio and a retired welder for an OPENING, :
under the direction of Jones Funeral Iron and steel salvage company.
Home of Starke. Survivors include two daughters! THE OUTREACH CENTER
Dorothy Burkett of Melrose and VOTE
Janet Vanderveen''of Columbus J 139 E,'CALl.STUEET STARKE

Kelly U. Gre son Ohio; five sons, George R. Jr.. (if M.jr.' '&
Mn Kelly U. Greeson 83i; of Sunrise, Fla., Richard and Wayne JOHN r _
FRIDAY OCTOBER 7
Keystone Heights, died Monday, both of Shelby, Ohio Harold of Oxnard ,
Oct. 3 in. ,Riverside Hospital in:' Calif., and Floyd Leo ,of SWAMSON
Jacksonville, following an extended Tallahassee; two brothers, Conda U. "MEETING NEEDS IN STARKE"You
illness. and Wilbert G,, both of Clearville;
Born April 4, 1905 in Augusta Ga., Pa';; four sisters, Bertha, p State Representative ,
,Mr. Greeson lived in Jacksonville Cavender of Boonesville, Md.. Corn 1 District 13'' Help Others
,and Lake City, ''then,moved to' 'Smith of Chambersburg I'Hn ;
Keystone in 1977 when he retired. He Dorothy Kriner of Chippenshurg.Pa. by Purchasing Our
was an Episcopal,' a charter ., and Hilda Weaverling of ,November 8'
'member of ,the Lake City Loyal' Everett Pa,; several) < grand
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tective Order of Elks, retired owner great-great-grandchildren.; _0- <(. Excellent Used Furniture 9643271'Household
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former fireman for the Seaboard ,Oct.7 at 11 a.m. in the Chapel of '.Hazardous
Airline Railway: Conner-Dalla Valle Funeral Home in waste incinerator; Miscellaneous,

Survivors include his wife, Ruth Everett, Pa.. Interment will. be in ,Low pay for state employees &
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News. THROUGH LOCAL

Good Stuff, .-. 'r'. AND 'FOREIGNMISSIONS: ,

r Cool Ifacts" ; ,Brittany Curtis, I I


The', Friends, of the' Library, in, ,,1" Benefit Sing'Bluegrass
Starke ;are helping to make the j '
Bradford County Public Library the ,), and
cool place to be seen., t j
They have purchased'''campaign GospelFeaturing THE NATIONAL .LkZ-BOY.

materials to promote a membershipdrive ,'
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'young, Sue adults.Crum. library director; The, Sullivans '
describes the bookmarks, which are HOMECOMINGSALE.
free when kids become Friends and,

members,as "vivid party graphics others ,
In"bold, hot olors which mirror .todif's /

newest fashion trends,"', --' .... ., ., .. .
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power up Saturday pni
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impress YA, said Crum. r l Lam 8 .
Student prices are a dollar a year 'Hampton 'City Park
for active members -' those who

volunteer at,library activities. $3.OO Donation includes dinner.
Crum added that the Friends are

also promoting adult the community membershipsand to All, proceeds go to the' Infant, Brittany Curtis
encourage '
support library services by joining'the 'Livet Transplant Fund\

We Friends have group.set up a 'display table ,Help Save a, ,Life L F
''featuring, !gift items available for
membership categories, said Crum.
There Is something for everyone, ,
whether you prefer the flashy,; '
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tasteful and elegant. "
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,.:Joyce Laine'(Joy)Tetstone, wife'of ,
Keith Testone of Starke, has had a. here are two teachers ,of
for to be
lot of explaining to do lately, that it : 'ever ,you, an, a 1
wasn't'she who was charged with Bradford ready forIomecom'tng: Mrs,
assault and battery but person 'armchair quarterback! .F
with the same first name,middle inItial Christy Reddish dressed, In black' with
and last '
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The problem becomes: a little accented floral-print scarf draped so Sale$299 i
''more acute when you are a school 13' Reg.!439
teacher Joy Tetstone is a fifth grade, elegantly over' her shoulder, and' 1' t l CA.j"Eagle" Recllna-Rocker* Recliner'
teacher at Starke Elementary. Hus-
band Keith is a PE teacher ;at standing! beside .her is Mrs. Michelle" trw Soft and casual,;featuring contemporary
,Southside Elementary...' rolled-over back and pillow-style, arms;

Flynn: : beautifully tailored in a cream


Scouts.' 'linen look. The pink_,waist.accented
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Kris Green and for Vincent Ennis the 'outfit. Come ,jn FASHION 'STOP,,'and ,,-
received patches swimming one
mile Scoutmaster: ''John Schmidt check put our great selection of
received his B.S.A. Lifeguard patch '
earned at summer camp. Assistant
Scoutmasters Dirk and Shaun :: .
Schmidt are both Red 'Cross, cer-. ... :4 .1'

".tifled For lifeguards.the balance of this year,Troop dreseas I ; i i'j

70 plans Include two weekend camp-- ., "\, 'tft.. ., ,"
Starke Arts U '' ,'
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Festival October, participation In + $349 '
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the nationwide Scouting for Food Reg. 449, !: t'; 1 .
Prnqram in November. ,and participation *'Recliner \.
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in the North Florida Council '
Dune Restoration Project in ,, 'A versatile transitional beauty with a'' $3 9 9
Sale I
(December and January. y deep-tufted pillow. back padded roll arms. Reg:>549C. ,
For the Dune Restoration Project, I ( .)"The Champ" RecllnoRockeRecliner,
Troop 70 Scouts will be collecting '
discarded Christmas trees which Deep seating! comfort and traditional good<
will be hauled to East coast beaches looks! Tufted button backT: cushion seat.
and staked down on the dunes to present
washout. ,The North Florida

Council recognition has for received this project nationwide which Is "/t st.fact you. CM.Vo letter at ft

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Rogers Featured at Starke, Art Fest '
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By seen him eon attest that you ar in '. ," ,,"
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The entertainment in this yenr'SUrke Saturday is the big day, but on ,tillfivepm.The: is ,,
itL Festival of the Arts will be a the Sunday the celebration Gamble Roger concert '
: special treat for all ngea. continues with art,demonstrationsand free.
Entertainment will be'ongoing Newly renovated Call Street will
entertainment for all.
throughout,the'day with be the site of the Festival, ...*artist
square The hours of the festival are, on' '
dancers folkslngers, bluegrnss Saturday, from opening ceremonies began setting up their booths between
bands and contemporary dance; at 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.,.with U.S. 301 and the railroad
At seven Saturday evening the -. trucks in the center of town.

,winners 'of the Art Festival,
Awards will be announced,then
everyone'cnn' : settle back and enjoy
the home-spun guitar picking and
humor, Florida's favorite storyteller
-Gamble Rogers.
Rogers is the fontured event of ,,
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opening of Little OU-MT'I Pizza :
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Place are from left: Lavon Andrew,
\ IA Building Construction Supervisor %
David millwright,Land uper; '
Mayor Travis Woods;Chamber of I I ,' .
Commerce Director Wally' Ingram; ON THE ORIGINAL PRICE when you take.art.\
franchise owners Gary and Linda
.Smith and their son Brian. additional 25-50% off the ticketed of
Seven Steps To Starke Residents Reap Many Benefits from II&R The Smiths 0..10 Uttle Caesar : price.

SuccessfulEmployment, Block's Tax Course In the are*,the Starlte franchise U everything in our store'on sale.. That means
the 10th.
Many professional Surkc ta> practitioners,. acquired their Ui total savings of 60-75% off! '
Santa Fe Community College is offering
,a FREE program to single knowledge through the II&K Block 'Incpme: Tax Course Other have NOTICE!
parents and displaced homemakerswho 'lokcn; the course to increase their ability to accurately prepare their own Did You Sell Your Property?' Sale'starts' Thurs.. Oct 6 'to Sat.. Oct. 8f'
want, to start a career change returns, Do You Receive Payments On a \
careers or re-enter, the workforce II&R ,Block, the nation's Iu'gcsall! preparation firm has been Mortgage or Agreement for Deed? I
,!after a break in employment. teaching income tax preparation for.22 years. This year the basic .Wouldn't You Rather lave ALL r Dress& f".J.L..Ietta
individuals The program become focuses successful on helping in! income! tax 'course star s on Siplchibci 6, morning, afternoon;. and Cash Now? S Gift Shop caJ
both life and job skills. It features eve'nin. classes are available. Call Fred Farnsworth for Details
communication and assertiveness Students look at the course a* a way to'"love money by picking up 18OO5454991Lie. Bradford Square Shopping Center a 964-5051
skills\ stress and time management, or polishing up' lax slum preparation skills. The 13-week course ,
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career planning job search techniques !- Mtg
progresses from simple to corrirtleX* lax problems. Students learn
interview skills and information
through a combination of classroom discussion, hands-on problem
on training education resources.
Anyone interested in this program' solving and homework. This year's classes wilt Introduce participants
I should contact the Starke Campus of' .to he latest tax laws
,SFCC at 864-5382 or 468-1717. Qualified course graduates may be offered job interviews for,
'The class,will meet on,Monday positions:with: Block. Many Block employed find the flexible THANK: YOU
and Wednesday evenings from 6:30.: '
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9:30: p.m. at the Starke Campus scheduling real benefit However, Block 'is under nci obligation to
beginning on October 17: through offer employment nor are graduates under any; :obligation .to accept .
(November 16. employment with ll&K Block:: _. FROM, "
There are no fees for this, program -* One low fee includes all materials"supplies and, textbooks. HERIF HERIF' .
but pre-registration is required Successful graduate receive a Certificate cf Achievement and 7.5 units '
Participants. will be, encouraged to. of..!continuing education credit, ''' "' .88' KENNETH :.88T:4 "
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develop specific'career and Additional information registration forms are available from the' .
plans with the guidance. 0 foals 1IJLR Block office-at 964 N?.Temple Ave,.The telephone; number is' .
,instructor 964.8286. ;' _
Call 1 now to register for the,class. (pd advertisement) EtheridgeSHERIFF
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\(::', Indians, Ranked 10th Setting Up "Battle of the Unbeatens" Friday Night '. : ,,jl.,:


By Mark Frledlln that are both ranked in the top 10 in delighted home crowd in KHHS Newberry, another district power, churning out l lots of first'downs against TfK.Quarterback. ,,:,:;,
LRM Sports Writer the state in the latest ZA poll. Stadium. 28-14 in their second game of the behind an Indian offensive line that Tim Hardee had the i;
The Keystone Heights High School 'The Indians entered the poll this The Red Devils, a pre-season season. had its best performance yet againstthe hot hand as well,hitting on seven of f
Indian football team goes on the week for the first time this season at favorite in the 2A classification's KHHS coaches say they think the Blue Waves. 12 attempts for 114 yards and big 'J:
road to Williston this week for the the 10th spot after thrashing an. tough District 3 race and ranked second Indiana have a very good chance to The Indian offensive line center'' touchdown to tight end Jason IIi
biggest game of the season so far a unusually strong P.K. ,Yonge team in the state, had an open date upset their highly rated hosts if they Lin Boatwright guard Rob Green and flanker passes Mike DeKeyser. i
battle between two unbeaten teams 35-13 Friday night In front of a last week but have already defeated can play the ball control game Sistrunk and Mike Barker, tackles The Indiana must move the ball '
Chris Bullock and Bob Buckwalter, against Williston.but the defensive's ,.''I.
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Blue Wave defense for halfbacks' KHHS is to upset an explosive Red "
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NEWLY DECORATED: everything' furnished THREE/ BEDROOM HOUSE in stark., LADY WANTED! Young man ((30.) new to iI' 2.05 N.. T mril >, Stork REALTOR:
; laundry facilities Included Video, stove refrigerator, convenient to the Oreo would like to hear from young La .
room available, Will accept on. child, hopping $250 mo. deposit required. 1000SUNBEDS -.
,lady ((20-3O) who enjoy life I am fI'
ho PALMS APTS. 2313 N. Temple TONING TABLES Cecelia Terwllle ar
pet 468-15O9 after 6 p.m No pet. 2tpd romantic arid affectionate professional -

ADULT Ave.. PARKl Stork.Clean 32091.2 10/29TF BR mobile horn. 929.106ONE OR TWO BEDROOM 'snts'In writer who I I. tlr.d of garnet, bar and'' SlenderQuest Sunol-WOLFF Passive Tanning Exerciser Bed ; We will take you' through' 'every stage of buying a home
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from city. Nice neighborhood duplex. Adults only, 468.1115, 9/29 .
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468.1323. 10/8TF f Save to 50%, 1.800-83.3826. ,Icon
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FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilitie ROOM with kitchenette and OR SHOE
paid from $37.50 par" week: bath, AC cI.on"o roochet/ By weekor \ STORE Choose from! Jean/Sport- .HOMES..... '
MAGNOLIA HOTEL, Walnut. St;, by Post month, 964.5687. 3tchg 9/29.10"3 PERSONALS swear, ladies, men, children/mater LUXURY SPACIOUSNESS, PRIVACY PRICED RIGHT Keytton. beautiful
Office. TF ONE BR APARTMENT deluxe ocommodatlon nity, large sizes petite, Spanith-style home. 3450 1.f., 10 acre, sprinkler system, 4 BR, 2'/ ba. formal

MOBILE HOMES 2BR 1 BATH WITH AC:, *, bedroom and living room DRINKING WATER Pure, freth. Amazingnew doncewear/oerobic, bridal, lingerie or LR, fully equipped "kitchen Ig. FR,, brick fireplace, patio pool., ceiling fans. 2
COVERED PATIOS, t MILE TO open onto walled patio..Immediate ot- government registered discovery accessories tore. Add color analysis. car garage, new roof zoned Agrl,2 ossum mtg. $135,000A
DOWNTQWN STARKE. 964.7498, cuponcy children and elderly Removes chlorine. pollution. Easy lnrtollation Brand names:: Liz Claiborne, Heolthtex, RARE FIND 3BR/2Bo, concrete block S stucco energy efficient, 1548 .I..
../ welcome. Coll 964-8601. 9/29TF anywhere Lowest cost. Fr. Chaut, see, St, Michele, Forenzo, 1.09 Ac., CHSA. carpet, above-ground pool. Prked to ell $ 62,000
SOUTHERN VILLAS Of STARKE )I. now'acceptlng ADULT RETIRED RENTAL TRAILER( Information. CRYSTAL SPRING, 3433 Bugle Boy Levi), Camp Beverly Hill, STYLISH BRICK HOME: 601 Falrlane St.. 3 Bit 2 Ba, carpet, ceramic tile. CHSA
application for t A 2 bedroom.oporlm.nl. available, Su.EIA Retirement Home Edgecreek, Houston, Tx 77066. Organically Grown Lucio, Over 2000 appliance and blind remain, ,364 *.f. $ 62.000
., $199 and $219 month, 4682619. 9/29TF .other Or.$13.99 one price designed
713. ""8653 fcanMOBILE DUPLEX:2BR/2Bo. Bradford Drive $ 43.500
CHSA fully equipped kitchen, cobl. HOUSE IN'TOWNt kitchen den and multi-tier pricing discount or family
BR. """ shoe store. Retail unbelievablefor 207 ALVAREZ CTi 2 Bit, 1 Ba, frame, fenced yard $ 17,500
r.ody.964.Y295 or 964-4214 5/26TF living room, garage, nice yard S patio. HOMES sheet price N.W. 29th AVE 4 BR, 2 ba, stucco S frame, 20.7 acre. CHSA $ 79,400
TWO BEDROOM: 1 both mobile home, Laura Street, T child" maximum, no top quality normally pricedfrom BETHEL CHURCH RO: 3 BR I ba, CB,wood floor. 185 S.f. 5 acres $ 60.000
$19 $60. Over 250 brands
12x60 $250 month. 964 4238 8/1UF' pets.: $325 month' plus deposit, FOR SALE, ro 2600styles.
CONERLY ESTATES BR, 2 ba, FP, 1800 ..f., easy financing $ 82,000
BRAND NEW 3BR both \ $17,900 to $29.900. Inventory,
2 house. large 964 6714. 2tchg 9/29 10/6 '
CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin, 98 ft, on Water, 1 BR/1 Bo, $ 90.000
fixture airfare
mod.rn, kitchen with and training grand op.nIng -
appliance THREE BEDROOM mobil. home
on Hwy
pantry, sliding gloss doors. S polio, 16 W.... Approx. 5 mile from. ESP MOBILE HOME 14x54 1987 Fleetwood: 2.-.- etc. Can open 15 day. Mr Mar- GRAHAM 312,2.78 Ac.,1930 s.f.f CH&A $ 85.000
large closet, private matter bath, 431.1361. Itpd 106THIlEEIEOROOM BR, 1 boo lightly furnished excellent phi ((407)) 366-8606.Itpd 10/6 262 MYRTLE STt 2/1, frame, newly remodeled. CHSA $ 30,000SO

garage with extra storage, quiet ..hod..d ,, mobile home on C'199. cond., located in Storke, Phone $75,000 PER YEAR Steel company looking CHIC, SO CHEAP newly remodeled 3BR, IBo, freshly
lot, nice neighborhood with lots of Approx 2 mile from UCI out In coun> 772.1276 Jax or /64.6095 after 6 p.m. for d.ol.rtlln Florida. Small refundable, (painted, new carpel 628 Plnewoad. Reduced $25500
tree*. 5 minute from shopping' School ,try. 431.1361. Itpd 10/( 4tchg 9/15.10/6 ,deposit required. Other product Include ROAD 230-E: 2story, CB frame, 3 BR, 11* $45000
>. $490 month plus depoilt. T TWO BEDROOM 1 bath kitchen furnish 10x40 MOBILE, HOME 2 BR, 1 both, sunrooms, mobile home product 1205 BLANDING ST: CB, 3/1 3boo CHSA. 3/4 acre $ 45,000

year leate 9648073. 9/ITF ed, downtown. $100 depot) ,' $300 pet', $1500 negotiable. Call 468(2279(( '9.6p *. 100% financing. available' Call SMALL FARM! 3.83 Acres;from. 3/1, 1532.f, $36000 I
.ONE ACRE MOBILE HOME LOT; $100 month..964-4990. Itpd 10/6 .m, 9/22 TF 1.800.444.1663.fcarl 315 N. MYRTLE Neat and tidy 3 BR. 2 bo $ 45,000
monthly. 964 4238.. 9/1 TF ,ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT: with oppliance 19(3 LIBERTY SINGLEWIDE fireplace, HWY. 22S 2/1 frame 3 tall barn newly rewired :2 Ac. $ 32.500
CLEAN, IN TOWNS 2 BR houe, CHSA. *. No pets adults only! '$40 .cathedral ceilings, 2 BR. Call' 782 3607 KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR, T Ba, 1500s f.. wood frame $50,000
carper, no pet*. Adult pr.f.rr.d. $235 weeks, 9648498. Itpd 1 Of(.' 2tpd! 9/29.10/6 BROOKER 3/2 brick and frame Shady" Oak S/D, extra lot $ 44,000
month plus security deposit Call THREE BEDROOM HOUSE In Waldo BIG FAMILY SPECIALt 28x70 4BR, 2 ba HOMES MENG DAIRY ROAD; 2.25 acre: 3/1 !CB. CHIA so near, $ 40,000 |
964.6680 after 3 p.m. tor'appointment, stove, refrig. fenced yard $225 mo. with family room. $22,995 or o* low a* FOR SALE '
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to view 9/8TF deposit required, no pet. 468.1509 $225 per month. Free credit approvalby ,,
BALDWIN VILLAGE APTS now taking applications after 6 p.m. 2tpd 10/6.13 phone. Uncle Roy, 1-331-8514.4.tchg LOT '. GOlFAIMRD: Country Club Estate, 1.U acres Make' an Often' $ 8,700 I
for 1 S 2., BR apartments, ROOMS FOR RENT Cooking, TV, air, 10/6-27 $2',500.larg.,\ .. 3 BR block home In HWY. 325 1 6 acres )joins Alachua County line $ 25,500
CHSA, fully equipped kitchen drapes maid service, $55 per week lor one $493 DOWN I I. all you need to l buy: 'a new Storke, central heat AC- 1-726-7651. CONERLY ESTATES! Lot 10 $ 10,000
266-9594. Equal Housing Opportunity. person. Underwood Motel 3'1 miles, 14 wide mobile ho..... We finance, Call 9/ITF MICHIGAN STREET! 2 Acre inside city $ 10,000RD I
9/15TF 301 North, 2tchg 10/6-13 1.351-851. 4tchg 10/6-27 CONTRACT VENDEE'S RIGHTS O.R. Book; 100 EAST 1.37 acre, wooded and platted $ 7.000 I ILAWTEV
'LAWTEY APARTMENTS now taking applications / FURNISHED 2 BR APT light and hot CONTRACT VENDEE'S RIGHTS O.R. Book 256/Page 390 Judicial Sale, Cdto : 5 acre, 105th Ave..,good Investment $ 15.000 I
for 1'S 2 BR apartments, water Included $200 per month n0, 256, Page 384 Judicial Sale, "Cass Number 87-114-CA at 12:45 P.M. on RD. 100 E: 12 acre plus fish pond, wide open spaces $ 26.000 I
Cr'SA: fully" equipped kitchen, drape pets 964-2796. 2tchg 1016.13' Number 87-416-CA at 12:50: p.m: on "i! October' 13 1988 at the Bradford County PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RO.: 2O.16 acres. 3 wells, 2 pole $ 50.000 I
782.3531. New management. Equal FOR RENT WITH OPTION TO PURCHASE' ,October 13,. 1988., at the Bradford ,Courthouse. Itchg 10/6 CROSBY LAKE LOT cleared 100' on water $ 19,800 I
Housing Opportunity. 9/15TF doublewide In city with large enclosed County Courthoute. Itchg 10/6 WINDING TREE LAKE: Lot 246,.Fla. Frontier $ 15,000 1
.THREE BEDROOM, 1 '/> both CHSA, n.ar'' room, one, acre. land 964.7955.. Itpd.
South ld. School., $375/mo.: 964.$423. 10/6' 'I' ..COMMERCIAL .
301 AND WASHINGTON STREET 292.5x1 OS1 $ 90,000 1
IO/6TF LOW'DAILY, OR WEEKLY RATES kitchenette ,
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KINGSLEY LAKE; 2 BR, 2 bath;tR. kitchenwdnhwoth.r room ava,lobi.. Mobile MATH EWS ,1 ] LOOKING FOR A DEALT Two prime acre*.301 S., Reduced; to $85.Odd I
breakfast room. Ig; home for rent. Also mobile horn. pork (i. AEE.YfB: LOCATION, LOCATION! This prime comm.rclollocolion 507 W, Madison St., [

screen porch S dock. $650 month. Ing space for rent. 782.3332, 2tpd I directly across from WlnnDlxie, could be converted to your need.

533.2603 or 533.2196. 2tchg 10/6-13 10/6.13 PI MBiII .964-4469, REA 1pRN RD. 16 WEST: Four duplexes $130,000 |
THREE BEDROOMS: 2 baths CHSA WW HAVE TWO RENTALS AVAILABLE 3' SUPER COMMERCIAL! Great two story building corner Call A Walnut St.,
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carpet. $450 month. $250 deposit.. BR, one '2 BR, both have stove and'' "' "- '**-"' ''" "' i i 3198 *I., clean excellent condition live upstairs, hove
68.1857.. Zlchfl 10/6-13 refrigerator furnished Rents are from Listing Agent for VA Acquired Properties-Area Ilk 11 business downstair Best location I Enterprise Zone Benefits $ 60,000 |
TWO BEDROOM mobile home. Call $250 to $350. Call 964.5377 after 5:30: 3.34 ACRES-301 South 190' on 301, 94', zoned commercial', 96' zoned
964.8614 or 9645768. 4tchg 10/6-27 'p.m. 2tchg 9/29.10/6 MOBILE HOMES -Two Story House, R.mod.l.d"v.ry' Open Rural, smoll 1 BR home S tlnglewlde' S CB bldg.. utility tried. $ 62.000 I IWALDOt
THREE BEDROOM 2 full both mobile 'THREE BEDROOM T bath LR. DR, kitchen -1973 NEW MOON 12x60.: with op nice, LAND .200x400 fenced, zoned B,A $ 30.000

home, kitchen furnished, carpet fenced yard, I acre lot Raiford prox. 10 acres, North of Lawtey S.R. 100 A: Six Acre., LAKE BUTLER: 12 unit trailer pork $ 55,000
CHSA, washer/dryer hook In utility shed. Rd. $260 month' with $150 ddepotlt. 105th Ave. OH 301 N. wooded 8.50 ac, w/well 301 SOUTH: 193 ft.301 frontage $ 85.000
On private lot on Rd. 16 Eastt .964.2910. Itpd 10/6 19(5 Fleetwood 52x2 '3 BR 2 Ba brick Benefit $ 80 000
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city. .$100 CHSA, 1 acre near Bedford lake : acre. with 600 ft.'.Hwy 301 N: 1.5 acres MH hook-up, 2 bldgs. 240'on 301, great value' $ 37,000
," Security. 964.6305 day or '964 4430after NOTICE "113 Fleetwood 52x24,. 3 BR, 2 Ba, 125 frontage. 301 NORTH by EconoLodg.1 16501'onSOt $120000

TWO, ,BEDROOM 6pm. 1010/6.13| HOUSEr CHSAvery :1 i (" 'CH&A front/rear patio, dbl!, 'car City: on. acre on Laura St.>rpom for 301 NORTH/ approximately ISO'x opprox., 220' s$125,000, |

-flip.*. Call 964-66BQ/ 4lpd 10/6.27 ,CLASSIFIED ADVER'tISlNO.llhould be tub- garage, Highrldge"Estates. "''. ', Keystone several residential lot*. JtTJ'"I IoJHW; ,)- "., .' I ". ,
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i STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to mitt.d to the Bradford County many eWtra -City:,1.38 Ac,,. great office (kxqtjon.!/ "ti "ner" our. ... '" r,' X"
your work? We hove 'cleanmobile Telegraph office In writing and paid In HOMES S ACREAGE -City SR 100: 3.5 acre, potential Ann Terwlllegor Nelson 473-7541
home available. 468-1323 10/8 TF advance unl...- credit I I.. already "Gelg.r Rd.t 2100 s.f. brick'veneer, commercial development area, John Matter Appraiser 496-2291
''FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities established with this office, approx 10 acres, 4 BR, 2 Ba., CHSA, Longford
paid From $37.50 weekly. Magnolia THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD city water I gas, front porch. with" swIng HOMES Paulin. Randolph' 964-3160
Hotel. Walnut St. by Post Office. TF RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN attchmt, sunken living room, "FmHAl Several nice' 3 BR, 'fi Ba, Joy Thornton 964-4223
THREE BEDROOM I''/* bath clean;' close, CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER family room with Ig. brick fireplace Colley Rd: 3BR. 24Ba! CHSA.
to prlton. Call 468.1323. 6/9TF THE TELEPHONE. formal''. dining roqm central vac garage, (Carport, chain, link fence
CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC, Classified deadline I* TUESDAY. system, new carpet yard. .
extra, reasonable rents. PINES, NOON, prior to Thursday publication. Union. Cryt 135 acre, 2700 sq.ft. St. Clolr St.t 2 BR, ))i Ba CHSA, with
496-2366: SR 121. Lake Butler. 7/14TF Classified display deadline I I.TUESDAY, brick home. large family room GLORIA'S MUSIC HOUSE (Studio. )
ON KINGSLEY LAKE AC S heat, one yr 5.OO P.M. Special Classified, display Walnut St.: 3 BR. 2 boo CHSA.. Idea 'I,
lease, 2 BR mobile home. No pet" no placement I I. NOT Guaranteed BUILDING LOTS for the large family. r INSTRUCTORS: RICHARD KFLIjOCC & GLORIA BRYANT
mall children. ,Call 533.2366. 4tchg Minimum charge for classified ads I I. little lake Santa '.: 100x160 ft, lot "CR 225: 3 BR. V boo CH&A. on 1 acre LESSONS: : CUTAR. BANJO AND ELECTRIC BASS
9/22-10/13 15 Words for $3.50, then 15 cent for new septic tank approved for well near Lawtey, for the out-of'towners.
TWO BEDROOM HOME In Starke. $250 each word thereafter, power source to lot. CALL 964-8210 Tues-Frl 11-7Sun-Mon! l024cceferated
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I EQUAL HOUSING' REALTOR Opal Dlckson Lucille C. Spry CHSA 97 feet on the Water Well S Septic "
NEW LISTING IN LAWTEV. 3BR/1BA CB Home, 1152 SF. Stove S Refrl. Car-
ERA Faulkner.Realty Inc. fie*. 964-7333, REALTOR port Nice lot. ,
Designated. Appraiser* PICK UP AND MOVE 2BR/1BA From. In Good Condition Stove & Refrl.' .
Your Full Service.'Real Estate Office
Located 301 2 blks S. of SR 100.221 W. Lafayette St. y $5,700.
Hwy. Appraisals for Residence. _e Farm _Commercial Business LAKE PRIVILEGES.. 3BR/2BA CB; Home, living. Dining S Family Rooms, '
CHSA 1416 SF,. Drape S Carpet Well S Septic Large lot ,
GORGEOUS HOME ON CRYSTAL LAKE Tt>r.v.i., ; \tacuui, -'
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QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD .' 3BRII BA CB Home, Central Heat. AC Unit. j
2 fireplace, many other extra Call for private showing: '
Yard.
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ONE ACRE WITH 2 BR. 2 ba, IR family room. Access to CRYSTAL LAKE.
LEASE. PURCHASE CORNER LOT :.2BR/1 BA CB Home Kitchen-Dining Combo/Family Room. y
BEAUTIFUL HOME with over 2000 square feet. .POOL. IMMEDIATE TE OCCUPANCY: In Slarke--3 BR,'2 Ba 3 ACRES OF ROOM TO ROAM 2BR/2BA CB Home,,Extra large Living S
*4.65 ACRES 100 Wed '
Hwy. 9900.
Room, Family Room, CHSA. Enclosed Garage, Well S Septic- .
Over J 1500 s.f. convenient to I Dining
*CHOOSE YOUR OWN COLORS In this new 3 BR, 2 Ba home on one acre. everything S Rooms Room for
BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME I'4BR/28A", Living Dining
LOT IN TOWN $3.100 Water S sewer available. Only S1000 down; $450 per monfh Private Office: Fireplace CHSA large Eat-In Kitchen Pantry, Well A Sep- .
*WE HAVI HOMES IN TOWN with price under $30,000. Financing available.
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HWY. It EAST 3 acre with well, teptlc light pole, need to be checked by tic CHSA,2-Inch Well. '
GOOD LOCATION r 3BR/2BA DW Mobile Home. 1988,
A Few of Our Many Listings "
(Health Dept. $12,000. :. 1.26 Acre .
*BETWEEN STARKE t KEYSTONE I acre with. 14x52 mobile home,'most furiniture -, "IN STARKE!Over 1300 s.f.. CB, close to everything only 28000. GOOD Septic BUSINESS LOCATION Two-Story CB Business S Home w/llvlng
goes with ole.. $17,900. r' QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD Excellent from. home, large lot In Starke, $28.000. Acre '
'.*COUNTRY CLUB AREA Immaculate 3 BR;2 Ba brick veneer,'fireplace, patio..', WOULD YOU BELIEVEI 63 plus acre for only $1500 per. acre. Highway. frontageon Area LAWTEY!Upstairs AREA 6400. 2BR/1BA SF, Buy up Frame to 3.7 S 3BR/2BA Doublewide Like New ,

vertical blind, double garage, beautifully landscaped. 1 acre partially, wood. SR 100 West Patio, S CHSA, large Workshop, Well 4 Septic,
.ed. Mid $70.'," i I" *STORY BRICK 'CEDARr 4 Bit 2Vt Ba, 2388 s f., CHSA, range, ref., DW. w/Fir.place. Carport .
Term 6.92 Acres.GRAND .
*LAWTEY! I ACRE with well and septic, $7,900. approx. 72 acre, planted pine, pond and potture. Will divide Owner Financing/Good 2 Acre .
STREET 3BR/1BA Frame. Well < Septic *
*LAWTEYt 3/4 ACRE. $14,000.LAWTEYl BRICKi: 3 BR, IV Ba. CH&A. over 1300 ..f.. In Starke fenced backyard.,
1 3/4 ACRE. OWNER FINANCING Approx. 5'/, acre on SR 23S. W.II C Septic, $16.500.:' FOLK STREET 3B'/1BA Frame, lot 50x150 ft, $9,500.
Old Fashioned frame Home, 4BR/1BA. large living' A Dining
*PINEHAVEN 2 BR,. I both partially closed In garage for 3rd BR. new roof ,ALMOST NEW DOUBLEWIDE On 40 acre, good land. 85000. ''LAWTEY Water Tank.
Porches. Lot w/Shode Tree, City Septic
Room large
BRICK 4 BR, 1'A, ba Raiford on 1 acre Large
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and new Insulated window area
>INEW RIVER 2BR/1BA SW Mobile Home In Excellent Condition Well I Sep-
*2 RENTAL UNITS One 2 BR and one J BR, completely remodeled In )1987. Income LARGI 4 BR, 2 bo, on 3 acre, hwy. frontage, only 51000. '
'ticj $26.OOO. land Only $22,000
9.5 Acre .
$525 per month or live In one and rent the other, DUPLEX IN STARKE rlollncom. $550 per mo., only $25,000. this 38R/2BA
A GOOD CARPENTER'"? Buy Repair Two-Story
*WALDOl 3 BR 2 both home, large family room with flr.ploc.loculIl, nice !POULTRY FARM & RESIDENCE pullet farm fully equipped on 8 acre;, ARE YOU lot,
S Room w/Flreploce. large
:Block S Frame Home, Large living Dining
close to Starke. Excellent Income. Call for more Information.'
screened In porch on 1 acre with beautiful pecan and oak tree*. very
WALDOt 1 BR, t bath remodeled 1988 kitchen equipped, shaded lot LAWTEY close to school 3 BR. '4 Ba. city water almost new, 4 SELECTED PROPERTIES
'* HWY 129 $1 3 BR, 1 3/4 both brick veneer; CH&A, on I acre with beautiful LAKI BUTLER city water A ewer, big lot. nice from. home, '
'e oak tree .: .. LAND! 3S ACRES on paved road, nice property owner financing. t ACRES Inside City limit, Frontage on Hwy: 100, City Water ? Sewage. [ .
IN TOWNt BR, 2 bath on nice 'lot with chain link fenced FRAME HOME Beautiful setting with pecan trees, on 2 acres, paved rood. ,20 ACRES SW Mobile Home w/Stove Refrl, 2 Well, Septic Tank Planted |

*JUST OFF HWY 135: 3 BR, 2 ba, nice kitchen appliance Including love,. *HAMPTON OAKS Beautiful brkk home on 1.58 acre.2300*.f., excellent water Pine ,
refrigerator dlshwbther, washer S dryer $31,000.. "DEERWOODi Development with deed restriction over 1600 .f.. Immaculate. 45 ACRES :'Brooker., Will Divide Owner Financing w/Good Terms.
'BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME Over 2.000 sq. ft., Crystal Lake occ.... REDUCED. 10 ACRES t Will Divide. Pecan Grove. Well,6 Septic Owner financing.
3 ACRES Good Commercial Location Hwy. 16W.

Q..Emm One of Our Professlon'ally 1 ACRE Zoned for Mobile Home.
COMMERCIAL .
t ACRES Hwy: 301 South
.; Trained Staff 'Today.9645069. Downtown Storke 3 Slots Presently Occupied ONE-HALF ACRE ..Zoned; for Mobil. Home. .
: Good Income I Call) for Morolnfol LOT ON HWY 301 SOUTH Good Business location
.1 rit! LAKE GENEVA Large lot. 100 ft. lake Frontage.

After Hours Call Thc,.c. <.('uUor Associates Call Us About LAKE LOTS Crosby 6 Sompan. Owner financing. .
2 CITY LOTS Northern Section.:
Ir.n. L. Foulkn.964-$142 *
e LAKE LOTS .HOMES.ACREAGE .
LARGI AREA OF LAND Northeast Section of City
Oarlene Codwlo..468-2503 BUILDING LOTSCO ERCAL! PROPERTIESWe

'Mlcho.l' Collan..9o4-6222 IF. YOUR MIND IS ON HAL ESTATE OR THINGS RELATED .
: Invite Inquiries On Our Other Listings
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"VI CHIVY *"" 4"4t Tahoe Package.. TO 'IAKI GENEVA Mobile Home 'SATURDAY OCT. 0 9 om.2 280
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.1 V6, AC PS PB AT p.m. I-S-S-10-20 ACRES or larger for 10''.. 'GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U !
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automatic THArs YOUR BUSINESS!, Keystone, Partially furnished, from Bereo Circle, Pork of th. Po 1m.. Follow bath ,
locking hub. leather Interior,,light bar WANT TO STOP $135 month. Call 473-7M6. 30tpd, olgn. Itchg 10/6 New two bedroom 2 doublewlde repair). Delinquent, lax property.. "
a brush guard. 20 on one or more acres. Two bedroom Repossessions.. Call 1(800)687-6000( )
Super. I
mpg thorp THAT'S OURS I 7/21-12-t ,MOVING-IN SALE Household Item and
i.cll.nt condition ... to believe: Alcoholics Anonymou ON LAKE GENEVA mobile hornet, lur.nlihed. clothe Saturday 9 emS p.m. 355, mobile home for rent Call, 496-3939, e.,. GH-1136, for current: repo list 1;
$II 000. 782.3660.: TFm| 94-41 SO or '''.2000 nice 2 BR, 1% BA furnished Nightingale. Itpd 10/6'' day.. ,454-1595. evenings tfn/cha. /MBtpd. 11/10 \
CHIVY""A' TON 4.4 PARTSi ,/front and pd thru 1229CHAIN dock a laundry locllltie available, MOVING SALE -, 6332 WoHord Dr., HighRidge 9/1S HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER 510 S.W. ', \\t
rear 0.1... transfers, transmissions, GENTLEMAN FARMER Private 10 acres, 3rd Street, lake Butler, $34,900. Call .
LINK FENCE In.tolled. Free. 47.3-2919. 9/1 rtnchg Estates, Keystone Height. Fri| e "';
LOW etc. 964.5812. TFc. estimates HANDY-MAN FENCE CO., 1 BR COTTAGE ; near library, furnl.h.d.AC Sat., 9 a.m. til ??. 8 HP Toro rider. 38 big barns, pin... Corrals, pond 496-3276. to 6 p.m. Itpd. 10/6 '
AS $100t b.outlful
3 bedroom/2 bathdoublewld.
Government selied drug Owner $340, mo. Lake privileges col. Ruger (NEW), antique kitchen, 'l\\
Tommy Reddlth. 964-8559 TF
vehicles '
BMW. central heat and air l'
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patio
Cadillacs Fords, 473-4961. 9/1 tfnchg clock 3 hard wood size,
HOME ttoolklng FOR
trucks, ., REPAIR) painting, roofing, new deck. Hard rood Con Call RENT .i
von, c. Financing plan 14X41 V. BA, AC.Keystone assume. !t. t
available. and tear OH. Addition., remodeling MOBILI HOME 2 BR water bed canning |lan, record ,
Amazing recorded messagereveals Thom6 E. Lee Heights/Clay County, $250 i cabinet, 76 Cadillac Sedart Seville.Utility 196-2848.9/22 3tpd. 10/6 ;
details, 407.33J.2564 ..,. Construction office month. 473-7770 4tpd 9/15.10/6 cart bedside table, mist tool. VACATION HOMI IN MOUNTAINS of CLEAN FURNISHED MOBILE HOMES Central ,.
2404. fcon LAWN 964.2852. home 4311675. 7/7TF LAKE FRONT EFFICIENCY COTTAGE Tupperwore, 3 mobile home with Maggie ,Valley, N.C, Two bedroom 1 ) A/C. Cable' available.Extras. h
1977 FORD PICKUP: $895. Can be ...n, SERVICE for residential and come $225 month Includes electric water, lot*. Something for everyone. Itpd both beautiful view. $40.000. Call Reasonable Rents .PINES Three lots "'
Mosley Tire. 2tchg 9/29.10/6 ,, m.rclol.lawn landscoping tree removal, furnished screened parch Carpet. 10/6 755-0011, after 5 p.m. 9/29 21pd 10/6 available. Call 496-2366, SR121, Lake ;' ;
DES TOYOTA, HILUXt 1 owner, low'' vacuumed. No job too big or.moll. caroorl, 384.9374. :2tcha 9/29-10/6 SATURDAY' 10/s/s8'-' a.m.-S p.m,, Butler. 7/14 tfnchg. 'I
mleage, mull ._. '9644099. ;Jtpd SEWING Free estimate. 9644238.: 2/4TF 1acre. Sunday afternoon 10/9/88 1.5 p,m. FOR SALE ,1'':'
9/29-10/6 MACHINES All makes and MEIROSE AREA 2 BR furnished on 76 Dottun bunk bed, couch, chair > ; '
197 FORD FAIRMONTi model cleaned and oiled and adjuited $185 plus deposit. 1-68 i.6634. NOTICE :''
low mileage.. mite. 4 mile south of traffic light In
900. 964-7851. 2tpd 9/29.10/6 ; $15.00, 19 year .....rl....... 4tchg 929.11120I \ Melrose SR214752870. Itchg 106SATURDAY TWO LARGE PIECES OF CARPET .nough
1967 FORD CAIAXII 500. $400 or best Alt work guaranteed. Hwy 233 16 .10/1111.8 a.m.-5 p.m. Furniture for mobile home or several large.rooms CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted ;,Ii On
off... 964.3416 after 5 p.m. Itpd 10/6 (Morgan Rd.) Call 964-8733 for house BEDROOM COTTAGE on lake. Small Avon 'bottles ft misc. 1 mile plus 2 large Sears oval braided to the Union County ,Times office ;,:
1179 MUSTANG 6 cylinder air, AM/FM call.. 84TFREMODELING screened porch large deck. Adults Only north of Melrose 475-1165. Itchg 10/6 rugs. Call 496-3463, anytime. 9/22 In writing and paid advance .' ",:,'
radio. Coll 9648728. 2tpd 9/29-10/6 ; addition, painting rooting No Pets. $275 month plus electric GARAGE SALE Sat., 9-1. baby .fur 4tchg. 10/13 unless credit Is already established \!
1977 NOVA ( 1979 SUNBIRDi Call work tic No. 0034996 Phone $100 deposit. Phone 4737259. Itpd niture, clothe, and, equipment. PIANO FOR SALE Responsible party to with this office. '. "
964.6558 after H p.m. or weekends. 964.7802. 841'IUUDOlER 10/6 Household Item end girl clothe*. NE take over payments on spinet console THI TIMES STAFF' CANNOT BE HELD :' ;,:,
Itpd 10/6' r WORKS $40 per hour. 2 HOUSES Geneva lake Estates>> Each 3 Corner of SR21 and Beachview St.. approximately piano. Can be seen locally. Call Credit, RESPONSIBLE. FOR MISTAKES IN I
1986 FORD LARIAT XLT '4'4:''6 cyl 4 7823306. If no answer 782.3954, leave BR/2 BA. double garages. $475 or $510 1 mile louthol traffic light Dept. 1(904)254-8232.( ) 9/29 3tchg. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER I:, ',
speed loaded Interior) 28.000 miles, name and number. 8/25TF on yearly lease ,Call on SR2I. Itchg 10/6 10/13 THI TELEPHONE. \ di(
Asking $9.300.. 473.2479. Itchg 10/6 WELL DRILLING, PUMPS a SERVICE Dur- 475.2. 2tchg 10/6-13 YARD SALE 3 sheds full plus lot of 'fur SEVERAL DEER DOGS Call Paul Wllkar. Classified deadline I is MONDAY, 5' I',,.''II;

197 CJS JEEP. ) new top and door.. runs\ once Pump S Supply Co.,, Water F niture. 6820 Deer Springs Rd. Friday son, after 8 p.m. .at 431-1075. Itchg. P.M., prior to Thursday publication. '
good ready for hunting. Must.sell.!! Systems Specialist, 864 N. Temple '- lot day. Itpd 10/6 10/6 Minimum charge IS words for$3,50, "
$1700. 964-7109 or 9646376. :2tchg Ave., US 301; Stork., FL3209I. 98TFIF MOBILE HOMES -,.,... YARD SALEi Saturday Only 9.3 p.tn. Deer ,then! 15 cents for each word thereafter 'I"
10/6-13 YOU WOULD LIKE to toke piano Spring Toy, book, household mite. LAND FOR SALE \ ''I''
DESPERATE FOR TRADES Top dollar
lessons. please Call B. Davit, 9642649. Item It 106'MULTIFAMILY' ",
.2tpd 10/6-13 paid on all trades Please trade today. 'YARD SALE tool. YARD ('\
REAL ESTATE WILLIAMS FLOOR COVERING no |lob too Call today 684-4981 or 684.4982. generator, lawn mower, clothe; etc. *, TO 20 ACRES near Worthington Spr- SALE ,:'I;
OUT OF AREA .mall. Specializing In repair of vinyl HUGHES MOBILE HOMES, located Hwy: On Gotline t Immokalee, watch for Ingt. Improved pasture, pond some I ;;
carpet, wood, tile. Carlton William., 20. just east, ,of Interlachen.' 4tchg .. 471-2566. Friday S Saturday 92. hardwood trees Starting at $1.750 per MULTIFAMILY forest Park Apartments.: ;
782.3836 782-3345. 10613K 9/15-10/6 Call 496-0071 after Saturday Oct. 8. 8:30 a.m.-tile '
or 2tehg 1 tchg 10/6 acre 6 p.m. 9/29 : Itpd. ,I'',
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OCALA NATIONAL UNLUCKY WITH CREDITS N.wn area? '
FOREST Wooded, K CLEANING SERVICE) Commercial 4tchg 10/20 10/6
,lots, river 'occess, $5450 Each. No and business, p.rsonol services. We have new. used and Repos. Low S.2 ACRES Well; septic tank, completely
money down $65.41 monthly. Owner Reference available, 964. 908. 8/18 down payment, trades welcomed. Call SERVICES fenced with barn. Call 496-3644, 10/6 ,
1-236-4579 or 16222438. 1/7TF EOW today. 684-4981 or 6844982. HUGHES :2t chg. 1013HELP
CATLINBURG SUMMIT) Breathtaking MOBILE HOMES located Hwy. 20, just, PRESSURE WASHING Houtet., mobile
views of Gatllnburg Mountains and ski east of Interlochen. 4tchg 9/15.10/6 home, pools, decks, sidewalk Fr. WANTED
.10...... Fireplace and private balcony. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ZERO DOWN To land owners We can estimates Call. Rob 4733590. 9/1 "
Indoor pool and (jacuzzis, Monday RENTLEASESALE4COP also Improve"your land. Used mobil. tfnchg l 1: '
', Thursday Specials Free brochure homes. HUGHES MOBILE HOMES. ROOFING/GUTTERING Tear oil haul .PAYROLL CLERK Piece work and hourly : Elect n'
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18002424853. IconOCALAMARION located Hwy. 20 just east of In. away and replace. Quality work. payroll on computer, We offer paid' "I''
', ', CO., 'S50C down. LIQUOR LICENSE: Bradford County terlochen. 9/15-10/6 > Reasonable rotes. Call Keith 4730768. vacation and holidays, health Insurance GERALD : : ''i
Oaks, rolling blllt. t ocr. $5995, $80 for sale Good for any retail liquor BEEF-BEEF-BEEF-BEEF-BEEF-BEEF-BEEF '9/1 tfnchg credit union and profit shar t
mo. 3 Acres $9995 $140 mo. For maps butlneti,. T..., packag. tore, lounge, h le 11 match your weight In BEEF. Wheri SEWING MACHINES, CLEANED oiled and Ing. Apply In person to Lake Butler Apparel GUSWILER I':Ia.'
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IPS Corp., Realtor, ((904)) 6296101. fcan restaurant". bar, motel/ fraternal you purchase your new home from us adjust tension' in your home Special ), 4963601.29 2tchg. 10/6 : Florida House of Representatives: .
lodge. No food cole required. Broker $14.95. all brands. 'Work, (
before Sept. 20. We will match YOUR Repair EARN MONEY AT HOME Assemble
protected. Call George 813.786-4222. and YOUR SPOUSES WEIGHT In BEEF. guaranteed. 473-7862. 9/1 tfnchg jewelry, toys: electronics oth.... Full District 21
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ANIMALS & PETS'FOR pd 10/13 That's In addition to our liquidation HOUSE CLEANING Christian lad,..will time and part time work available. Call
.' SALE FOR RENT Office space or retail sales, .prices on lot models, ,/ do house cleaning once a week, once' (refundable) 1(518)459-3734( ) ext.S3339O The People's ,
-i I iI. area. Downtown ,Stark., $300 per, HURRY a month or twice a month. Call 24 h... 9/29 3tpd. 10/13 Candidate, for
FREE PUPPIES. AND RABBITS' Coll month. Call 964-6305 John. TF MOOoov.lntoday; '475-2907, If no, answer call again leave MEDICAL, HELP WANTED RN-LPNs need"ed EffectiveRepresentation'
', 9648985. Itpd 10/6 FOR LEASE: 1250 tq ft, 301 South, across ,HUGHES MOBILE HOMES: located Hwy. .message a. phone number; 'Good for part-tlmt work.Work your own
from KOA/Wolmorl. Alto 2000 20, |jot east of Interlachen. This ad 2tpd 92910DOORS" / '
COCKATIELSt Proven breeders, babies' new >q rpfer.nc.s 'schedule. $13 la $23 an hour, Suwan.
,ft forleaseTCbH,964.8848, '964-8447 or, must be presented on initial visit 4tchg "' '
'cages, nesting boxes, feeding bowls. DRAGGING FLOORS SAGGING nee Valley Medical Personnel Corp,)
Normal rlngneck parakeets with cage. evening VI73-3627. 81 TF 1 915106. ? HOUSE OUT OF' LEVEL Coll 755-9531.9/29 2tchg. 10/6 '_ Dedicated'Concerned
'nesting box. 431-1350. 2tpd 10/6-13 OFFICE SPACE 500 tq. ft. for rent'on BIG FAMILY SPECIAL. 28X70 4 BR/2 BA LoRue 'Leveling Service for all your RECEPTION AND MEDICAL CENTER Clerk Bradford Clay '
FREE TO GOOD HOME thre dogs t, Hwy 30?, Stark. Apply ot Durronce, ''with family room. Only $22.995 or as ,foundation repair, Keystone, Typist specialist. Reception and
Pump > Supply. 964.7O61. 6/25TF low as $225 p.r month. Uncle Roy's,, -
Golden Lab had shots, good With kidsj 413.7121,1/9TF Medical Center has vacancies for this Democrat .. .
964-4676. Itpd 106LAND CONCRETE BLOCK BUILDING) 3 bay In Ocalo. 13518514. 4tchg 10/6-27 position. Required:' High School M*d
\ front 35.60, r bay In bock 35.30. office, $491 DOWN buys a n.w'14' wide MISCELLANEOUSPACK graduation or one year secretarial or
with heat and air 10.20 and 1 acre of mobile hosne. No hidden "eatt.; W. clerlal work and must pass the state

FOR SALE : land. 9643323. 2tpd 10/6-13 finance.1.351.8514.4tchgI0/6-21 Uncle Roy'Si Ocala, RAT Buy, tell and trade collect!* typing test. Apply Irr .person ot .personal DAIlON OIL COMPANY ('

MOBILE HOME on Deer Springs Lake, (t' bl. Item and antique Used lurniture. ,Office Reception and Medical
'BY OWNER 3 acres on Fortyth Rd. 350 ft. LOSTFOUNDFOUND.SIAMESI tingle wide with large screened porch glassware, jewelry and much more Center Equal Opportunity Employer. Will Open a New
frontage $3,500 per acre Also 6.80 $28.900. 473-2252. Itpd 106HEsJPWANTED Come tee for yourself: On. mile east Preference In appointment will be Shell Oil Food Mart,
acres for $2500 per acre. Call! of Keystone Height on Highway 100. given to eligible veterans or spouses ofveterans.
1.407.464-6827. lOtpd 9/15-11/7: CAT three 'miles out 413.2183.9/1 tfnchg Itchg. 10/6 In Downtown Starke
'TENACRES PASTURE LAND In Starke. West Brownlee Rd. 9646130. Itpd 10/A, the Week of Oct. 17
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', ffrf;50O. Call 7823215. Itpd 106'1MII1,,,.FOUNP RED t WHITE HUNTING DOG*,.# VEHICLES .flOATS ,..'. ,
Tattoo In ear and no collar. Found on RAIL 'CAI' REPAIR FACILITY needs, We aye accepting
.100 near dump. 4734997. Itchg 10/6 welders and laborers. Apply In .person I
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':, { ,Tuesday-Thursday, 10 am.4 p.m. at 1984 CHEVY S-10 BLAZER 4 wheel drlye.S IS 1/2 ft. FIBERGLASS BcW motor and Applications for
I Kustom Korr Carp, Reynolds Industrial speed, AC,' PS/PB, 47,000 miles; ... trailer 35 h.p. Evlnrude, front mount Full & Part-Time
WANTED Park Hwy 16 East Green Cove Springs cellenl condition. $6700 475-2752 ,trolling motor, electric ,start steering '
__ Fl. 3tchg 9/22.10/6 evening Stchg 10/6-20 wheel, live wheel excellent condition. PositionS. ,
AREA BANKING LOAN OPERATIONS Ex 1986 FORD LARIAT. XLT4X4\ :' 6 cyl, 4' Asking $1,500. Call, 485-1674 after Competitive Pay
WANTED: PROPERTY. RENO : Balancing documentation, peed, loaded Interior, 28,000 mile 10/6
noon. Itchg.
Please write P.O. Drawer 280 Starke, perienced. (Omni). Immediate' Asking $'''300. 473.2479. Itchg 10/6 16 ft. I9M BLUE FIN BASS DOMINATORwith and Benefits.
Flo. 32091. 4/7TF ,<< opening.. Contact Keystone State Bank '., ,
35 h p force 24 lb. Trust trailermotor
R. V. DURRANCE WILL Stark TRADE for 2 highway bedroom or 2 lake story frontage home In Rita Bishop 4734933. Itchg ,0/6 FOR SALE AM/FM stereo cassette. Takeover ADdv 210 S. Temple Ave:.

payments. Coll 4962009. Itpd. Starke
PUMP & SUPPLY evening property, In 9/22TF Keyttone. Call 473-3627 HOMES FOR SALE 'SINGER AUTOM..TIC'' 'completely 10/6 or"Plone 1-355-7380

overhauled like new guaranteed
LEASE WITH OPTION TO BUY Ravishing Cost$489 will take $250 or payment of
Well DrillingRotary SCHOOLSUNITED 3/2 CH/A. fireplace, family ,room LR. $28 mo.with good credit R.H. Sewing .
DR. utility room entry-way foyer 1800 Center 473-7862. 9/22 tlnchg ,
TRUCK MASTER. Truck Driver sq. ft. $550 month-$150 month applied ,BABY LOCK SEWING MACHINE left In
2",10, tf Training. D.O.T. certification, |lob toward. purchase.' 398-4276., 2tchg loy-o-way, original price $689. balance FIREWOOD 4 SALE
placement, Quittance, financial old 929106BEGINNERS, :due $400 or payment of $28 mo with''
good credit. Still In carton. R.H.
SewingCenter
.Pumps available, correspondenceresidenttraining BARGAIN Just right for first 1 (
4737862. 9/22
accredited member NHSC. time buyer! 3 BR. IV4! bo. CHSA, close : tfnchg
Call toll-free 18003463112.( Headquarter lot. $39.900. '12 GAUGE AUTOMATIC .hotgun (Winchester Keystone ,United Method1 Church:
schools comer
All 01. Florida. Icon I to on ). 3 choke, $150. 473-4512.
*: Clearwater, REAL ESTATE. Keystone '
... LOVORN 2tchg 10/6-13 1
Heights, 4733254. Itchg 10/6 ( 2< COUCHES 2 dressers, 3 twin bed, 2t' Seasoned' Oak ::4732386firewood
double bed, window, A/C ft more. ;
WANTEDSEARS 6820 Deer Spring. Rd.1473-2252.' Itpd 473-3829
3 HOUSES 10/6' any :v/ or

''JENNY UND CRIB, -3 and 4 drawer chet. length., ,Pick-up '
Call' .
(u< FOR SALE LTD mower for parts)( ..
'3 peed bike with child seat, 2 car '
.3 BR. 11/2 Bath off 413-1413.4tchg. 10/6-27 ... .at. 473-0830. Ztchg 10/6.13 load, delivered '\
VISIT OUR SHOWROOM SR 16, close to 'and stacked. .
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Parts PETS .1 \.
For .Your Plumbing prison .
Apt. House ROrrWEILLER PUPS AkC'' registered.: .

,964-7061 Income $425 per Born B/2S/88. Males and female. so '
$300. 964.8121.,2Ichg 10/6-13
,month downtown., _. ..
864 N.'Temple Ave, Storks, .2 BR 1 bath -

kitchen fum. NOTICE
I, Nights & Weekends TRAINTO 4'
downtown. CLASSIFIED' ADVERTISING should be sub-
BE A
964-7578 964-4990 mined to the Lake Region Monitor office
In writing and paid In advance PROFESSIONAL.SECRETARYr FOB ,SALE,
unl...'credit ,It already establishedwith *' .,
this office.MONITOR 'Fill ,Dirt, Top' Soil
''AFFORDABLE I STAFF CANNOT BE HELD SEC./RECEPTIONIST ,
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN :e EXEC. SECRETARYStart : Large or 'Small Loads 'of Llmerock
'T.H.E.. ADortments CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD TAKEN OVER Tractor Work / Bulldozer
TELEPHONE. Backhoe '-
THE
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1 locally, full time/part time.
Classified deadline Is 11:00 a.m. Tuesday
Brownlee St.
E.
922 Learn word processing and related : .
Rd. prior to Thursday publication. secretarial skills. Home study and 964-6182 964-5823 ., 964-6095.
Camp landing Train to beTRAVEL a Minimum charge is I 15 words for$3.50. resident training. National "
S4U'ke.f1.32091 '0 AGENT then! 15 cents for each word thereafter" : headquarters. Pompano Dcoch. '1.

,. S FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE
9647133: TOUR GUIDE i.JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE 1

AJRLlNERESERVATJONJST 14MO432-9OO4 LAKE BUTLER HPHRTmEIlTS
,2 to 3 BR, THE HART SCHOOL
DiT. ot A.C.T. Corp. '
tardily Start locally full time/part time. Now taking applications for f-2-3-4 bedroom unltj.These

oriented, withlaundry | Train on live airline computers. Accredited Member.NHSC all-electilc units are spacious with lots of closet space and all have r

Home study and Resident trainingN walr-to-walt carpet crapes and kitchen appliances. On-slte laundry |

and largeplayground i(' a tU .hdqra Pompeno Bch. FLFlitAHCIAH I facilities., Rental assistance available for quanned applicants.For .

EI ,'ATJ>AVAILABLE application and (Information
JOB PLACEMENT: ASSISTANCE
EQUAL HOUS'NO Pleas lee us at Gr:
Low' )income; A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL FOR SALE BY OWNERe 1005 SW 6th Street

Sec. II' Housing 1 8OO 432 3OO4 lake Butler. Fl 32054 tl.xe/.ea NOr
Rents ,fat 30% of Your ( One & Two Acre Mobile Home Lots.... $3.500 and Up Call 4963141 0-Rs '

Yncome, ,If you'Og4ify MormlttcdElixson MemherNHSC e New 2 BR 2 BA Home In Graham ....... $40.000

17 1/2 Acres In Starke........ $2.000 acre
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e 200 Acres near Theressa ....1.000 acre

e Beautiful lake lots! On, paved road in Hawthorne Now Leasing

Wood Products Inc. $25,000 and Up Forest 'Park rits
e Building Lot, in Smokerlse' Subdivision ... Keystone Apartm .

$6. An apartment complex designed for moderate .. l tW

Mulch Pine 'Bark e 2 Lots and Mobile Home .....; Keystone ..... $22.50O Income families. No rental assistance "' w"evaliablo. .. .
Cypress e Mobile Home & Land set-up..... Brooker Rd., $25.000 Attractive 1 & 2 DR/1 Da apts.. '".".tt-f-: .
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or We Deliver e New Duplexes. BR. sale or rent.... Starke ,.. $350/Mo. range.rcrtgcratotcarpct.ccntralhcat&afl", .. ,
Pick Up
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patio and laundry. Free water acwcr& .
2.000 SQ. FT. Home on 2.1/2V.:, Rent or Sale $400/Mo. '
Rent $183 $220 mlnlmum.'Twocompfele
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We ,Also Have Red Heart Cypress. Lumber BRADFORD LAND&:; CATTLE COMPANY garbage. handicapped apartments avail.

Ronald E. Newman. Sr. Fo* Lnforaetion/AppUcetlon. jf .
4732157Evenings Fores Perk Apu'tments.77B NE let Street. Leke Butler,n 89084
964-6649 004)4003439) E.H.Q, '
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I l. Starke Area Ads'T T YARD SALE YARD SALE YARD SALE

PW CILH*..Sptyrdoy.. US 301.at YARD SALE fr( i Sot."9-3 p.m. Grlffl GARAGE SALE LAWTIVt Saturday
Washington (next to-. AAvff ler Shop) Loop Rd. Toy,> books household, 8:30-3: p.m. US 301 In city limit. 1/4 ml.
near BHS;9 a.m. Itpd:! 10/6'" ,,I miscellaneous It 10/6 down Carter Rd (across RR track). (.
a rrr- 'MOVING SALES Little bit,of everything. :'i i tfYARD' SALE Thur. A Frt '.3 p.m. 390 N. houe en rloht.-' look for sl'lon*. 1 Kenmore -'
301 North. Fridayonly, Itpd:! 10/6 "-. h.rry St, Toys, book, misc. tools, 40" electric stove (Hill works
FOR SALE HELP WANTED YARD SALE Friday Saturday, 1067. clothe*. It 10/6 gold color,2 oven), household Item,
miles West of STork.on 16 to 54th Ave. COUNTY RD 22fi green block home on' some furniture, fabrics for tewing
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: ,A* Iowa., FIRESTONE 721 TIRES Four 195/75Rxt5, GOVERNMENT JOBSt Stereo cabinet tables, girls clothe, left. Sowing machine, heater, furnlture women's sewing' pattern, women
SU.99..r. month. Coll 9646946. TF mounted on original equipment wheel, Now hiring $16,000 oreo. For to $79,000 list of 2 more. 9644324. Itpd:! 10/6 horn Interior, cloth*,dishes, clothe (.x 16)), many books,.
yr FAMILY
NEWSPAPER flATESi, aluminum (Bronco' II 1 Ranger). $75. 43t-13So; loot and your ; YARD SAUl Fri Sot on J30-A.: good price on all.,Frl t Sat.,8:30 a.m. mluelloneou Item. 1tm|
oppllco'lon:011 615-297.7844.
little of everything. Itpd:! 10/6 FRIDAY a SATURDAVi III.1028 Palm St.
meosiires 24x36" S,:73! eoch, Gr.atfor 2tpd 10/6-13 .xt. P500. Icon until Itchg 10/6 .
patching and repairs, TELEGRAPH,'135 MUD-TERRAIN TIRES Four IT 23S/75Rx|5B. HIRING I Government jobs Go to hospital vp Colley Rd, post nur "
youarea Ing home, turn' left on Southgate ,
W. Call St. 964-6305. TF Fi Goodrich tire mounted on 15x7 J15.000-$68.000. Call ((602)) 838-8885,
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ALICIA HAY In rolls und.r born Delivery chrome tpoke' wheel (Bronco ext. 3493. 2tpdd:! 9/22.29 around.block.Proceeds to the Human.Sacle" *
avail obI.. Arthur Catkin. 762-3727.. Ranger)S25O. 4311350. 2tpd 10/6-13 HAIR STYLIST WANTED: with good p.r. YARD Hod 10/6 '
SALE A 1124 N.
Saturday Sunday.
S/26TF FIBERGLASS BOAT 15V* ft" ,motor tonality, to rent a chair In a talon.
AKER IF- GAS INC. family owned andop.ro.ed. trailer 35hp Evlnrude, front, mount Clientele! preferred. 964-6777. Thompson St/Itpd 10/6
W. have low overhead and trolling motor, electric Hart (.leeringwheel 9/29.10/6 Ztchg STARKE RADIATOR & ,SATURDAY I SUNDAY 8 to 5 p.m. Bed,
..... .
live dre .he. ., book, clothes.Lowt.y .
strive b.tt.r well, excellent
to give price and lervlce.We condition SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT Town *
TRANSMISSION. INC. 301 to about 2 mites.Turnleft
325
rent and tell tank ond'solicit "Asking $1500.. 485-1674, call afternoon
,Country Exxon now taking
applicationsfor on 23rd St. look for 10/6 '
customer owned tank We give ...nlor'clIl..n Itchg 10/6 Heater *: Radiator Repair tlgn Itpd
UTILITY'' ; part-time h.lp:Apply 800 S.Walnut 2 FAMILY GARAGE SALE Sat., 10/,8, 9 tot
,'discount 1800828.0555, '4x6 ENCLOSED TRAILER: mig by St. 2tchg 929106CASMIERCLIRKVLOTTO Specialist Clothe
2596812. 4tpd:! 9/15.10/6 Fruehauf GVWR 185O Ibt, 431-1350, COMPUTER p.m. furniture household
SEAT LIFT CHAIRS: If you're a Medcar.recipl.nt 2tpd 10/6-13 P.p-O taking'appllcollon.*full'lm.and: I Healer Cores Water Pumps s Parts Items*, toys''much more. 6 mile Welt
of Stark. Brownlee
with a qualifying condition KENMORE WASHER work good. $45. port-time. Apply 620 S. Walnut. Ztchg (FREE Cooling Intersection on of Rd lust before '
call toll free number for more informa. Coll 533-2755 after 5 p.m. Itchg 10/6 9/29-10/6 Boyle Hwy *
tion. 1-800-445-4174. Icon, QUEEN WATERBED with mirrored head MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTIONIST POSI System Inspection) Brownies Rd., 964-7366 Itpd 10/6
USED ho",... board ,,,, ..'and YARD SALIi Oct. 8, Home furnishings
KENMORE STOVE electric new Oltr. liner $250 TIONS Shondt Hospital I* currently c Piece in Town To Take A LealU sofa deeper, occasional choirs,
color 1 small 1 sis. negotiable. 964-8076 iiI 5
gold oven r.gular p.m.; recruiting two lull-time Medical Corner 964-6810 3O1A6R18 deeper chair odd/nd. In
oven, clock ''timer storage drawer, 468-1765 after' 6 p.m, A.ktfar[ Melissa.. Tranftcriptionists and ,,0 port-time 1, .. T.H. Bement 1221 Bradford SaratogaHt. St.,
About 11 : old till Itpd:! 106SEVERAL ?
'S75
"working. .
yrs
Medical Tronscriptioni.t) ); Clerk. Stark., 964-6439. Itchg 10/6 .
080. 7823330.:TFjm ITEMS: 1986 Tore 11 hp 32" cut O
MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTIONISTS Moreday
: GARAGE SALE
Friday Sot, .22
WINCHESTER 30/30: S185 with shells Industrial ,engine $1400 new, $700 Rifle
thru 8 4:30
Friday. o.m
: p.m; 19color TV, loveeat, table ft ct.airs.
Never fired. Call Richard 964-8331 day good shape; weight s.t. 177 Ib. and ----
Saturday thru 3-VI
Wednesday ; box fan, electric
p.m/ < healer
;; baby bed,
or 964-7249 eve. Itchg 10. bench, leg lift etc. $50: ladder rock for requirement, Include 2 oftron.crlpllon YOU HOOK :: ,
HANDMADE OLD FASHIONED Grandma' moll pickup and 2 toll boxes, $50 for< and yrs YOU COOK! ; high choir, .walker, .troller, iwlng'
*old apron,quilt,door atop granny all thr_. Call 964-4924. Itchg 10'6 CWPM. MEDICAL experience TRANSCRIPTIONIST 70 pots ft pant toaiter, eh.*..,
rat, etc. Morgan Rd. Hwy: 16. 173' ELCONO 12x61:' 1 mile off 100 between CLERK; Monday thru, Friday, I'-5 p.m.Requirements Hand-Fed Channel Catfishvv Mustang bedipreadi 7 mile drape South. ., of carpet.Starke on 1974 SR '
964-8733. 9/29TF Starke and Lake Butlen.< New :
OAK WOOD FOR SALE 533-247 4,9/29TF, stove and refrl. On land for rent may of medical include terminology basic und.rstanding and 35- *(. Triple H Fish Farm 100 on left. Itpd 106MULTIFAMILY
YARD
SALE Fri
START YOUR OWN BUSINESS" lunch., be moved. $4500. Call anytime after 6p.m. R Sot
CWPM Six month clerical CALL 964
experience -6182 FOR DIRECTIONS 1017".9 o.m.-3
OPEN Corner NW 40th
TO
Wagon 1957 GMC, good condition on weekday.964-5608. ,10/6 ,'preferred. Submit, application to PUBLIC and 225. look for p.m.
S38OO. Tommy Porker 964-6714. 2tchg LIVING ROOM couch and chair and doui, slons. 964-8122. Itod
SHANDS HOSPITAL at the of
9/29-10/6 bl. mirror. 964-5044. Itchg 10/6 University 4 FAMILY YARD SALE Piano, baby bed PRESSURE'' TREATED II PINS: 2x6x10 12 GAUGE AUTOMATIC;SHOTGUN WinChester Florida Box J 337. Gainesville FI clothes, all sizes cloth.; oppllance .
32610, ((904)) 393-0441. EOE.'ltchg
3 choke. )10/6 WHEELER! DISCOUNT ., gift Items for Christmas, seashells
$3.10; 2x6x12 $4.30: 2x6x14 S4 60, 30 $150. 473-4512. REACTIVATE YOUR LICENSE call todayto
Oa. galvanized roofing 10 ft. S6.7S: 12 2tchg 10/6.13 plants much more. Player
discuss! and rewording"career
on exciting
ft. S7.95j Stephen. Smith, Lumb.r, SELLING OUT PLANTS Bromolold/ colletfion G OCERY"CEREAL Piano needs home. We need clothe
in real ,estate: Century 21 .
hangers Frt B Sat, Lost Valley Campground
and house
4682624. 2tchg 10/6' [ plant4 and hanging
Showcase Inc., 473-4903.
100% FINANCING em. all sixes! and backets, Large sea shell .'Call Betsy Jo Manor Properties Broker. 4tchg 10/6-27 and lake. 964.5760.Itpd:! 10/6''
thape of "..1 buildings and 782.3354 after 5 p.m, Itpd I 10/6 EASY WORK! excellent pay I.Assemble SPECIAL SALE 3 FAMILY YARD SALE Sat., 10/8. 8 til Sp.m.
sunrooms. Complete turnkey lob, products at home/Call for Information. 127 N. Water St, Cloth., tools.,, ,
Price farting at- S3,995. Call S04-641-8003 ext. A9579. 4tpd lp/6-27 miscellaneous It.m..ltpd 10/6 : I "
CANDY..HOUSEHOLD e
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1-800-444.1663. icon WAREHOUSE WORKERS WANTED ,
: hiring
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DISHWASHER: General Electric, excellent first and second shift, up to$415 weekly .. GOODS
condition, will demonstrate, "
plus benefits. Need trainees olio '
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$75. 964-2508 after 6 p.m. Itpd 10/6 13555500. $85 fee/refundable. 2tchg SAVE SAVE SAVE'' 1\\( "
10/6-11 I ':,!. ,:r/\:" :; \' f,1
CONSTRUCTION HIRING all phases now; 212 E. Call Street "By The Railroad Tracks" ,'
(RESIDENT MANAGER NEEDED] 1 'Inside pnd outside. $8 to $15 hourly or, ThankYou
sub-contract. N.ec.verol\ trainees;
Mature\ couple; wanted for (44'unit rental 13555500. $85 fee/refundable.' 3tchg,

property in Starke;'.Apartment ,CASHIER 10/6-13 NEEDED: Commissary', '' Food '

management .experience beneficial. Store, Lowtey.'SR 225 A 301,,7823017.' f2nd ,Annual !
Itchg 106'PARTTIME ,
'maintenance',.experience required( '
DESK CLERK. flexible hours.No'phone .
Must, be bondable, no pets..l: : ( ,calls pleasel Econolodge.. BIBLE CONFERENCE

Salary plus;apartment,and utilities.: S.ork..21chg 10/6.13 'y',
DEPUTY CLERK POSITION with Clerk of
October
:Send resume -= the Court County Court Division Computer .17 2:1.: Extending a '

HERITAGE VILLAS" OF PALM COAST,,. necessary.experience Available and Oct.accurate 19, 1988.typing Apply Ii 7:3O ;PMatr heartfelt thanks ,

P, OBox. 10293 Clearwater; F'1'34611.' fiz to''Job Service of Florida,9648092.
Itchg 106SEWING to all area VFW
Equal Opportunity Employer EPL'AL HOUSINO MACHINE MECHANIC position atr \ ."
'
available. Experience: necessary auxiliary ', ,
..' Salary negotiable 7 paid holiday, ,, ,
Smyrna Baptist Church
paid vocation. Apply in, person at members for
David Lawson Paint & Body Shop Vogue Mfg., 710 S.,Water St., Starke, your :: "
9645064. 1 Itchg 10/6 643 W, Pratt Street- Starke contributions' '

Insurance Collision Work J Free .Cstlrnflte. ?"!, UNDERGROUND type boring foreman CABLE FOREMAN Experience and' 964-6782. or 7823092. '

CR 22? NW 28th $t, ? StqrRe 64. 13))# preferred. Call 964-2868. Itchg 10/6 to ,Florica'r,, ',
TRAIL MOTEL.RESTAURANT In lawtey: Mon Zachery'.Slzemore Folkstdti'GA' ', .,."t"...rrs 9,11 Ott
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.Applications are being' taken for addi ; HO pid es. ,> '
tional help, for, our fall and,winter Tues *" Wilford McCormick of Jacksonville
'season. Various position open for Wed. Tom ''Messer of Jacksonville .
'
restaurant and housekeepers ,for
HERITAGE VILLAS ,motel. Apply in person only. No phon. Thurs. -,Dr.. Bob Gray'of Jacksonville ,N>I{' 'II ': fl .\ :"
call. Itchg 10/6 Fri.. James Ford of "I'I- "
v Macclenny VLOIUUk l I )>-l'I
607 Bradford :Court: in Starke, FEMALE ADULT dependable reliable ,
"' \l'tTIIIM".t.iHi' ij ,
for''
help care 'elderly ,man during
Applications for.mmediateoccupancy daylight hour Contact Bonita Everyone Welcome
; Howard '782.3739 after 5 p.m..
are ,964-6123 before 5 p.m.2tpd 10/6-13
being accepted on 'a 1 .&' 2 -

BR apartments ,, Monthly '
payments from/ $220 plus' I PINE FOREST APARTMENTSNow Cleopatra'sUpholstery .-


u units ilities..Handicapped'are also available; Accepting Applications for : &, Decorating '

Rental .information, ,andpplicatio' ,ts 2 &, 3 ,BR Apartments Starting'at $195. Emporium

I:* ''are' 322 S.Walnut St. Starke e B64-7O14 --
available 'at the; Rental. ,(Next Door to Lake Area Glass)
CH/A e Fully Equipped Kitchen Cable Ready
Office, 607'.Bradford'Court ., ; ,
,, Starke 1530 W.. Madison Street ""UALStarke.964.6312 '. FREE PICK-UP & DELIVERY..

Mon-Fri.; 9-5:30, ,p.m.Call, 964-6216 I @ I ..HOUSING 'Lounge Chairs Recovered *100 Plus Material

EQUAL ,HOUSING OPPORTUNITY' Mon Fri 9..5PM. OPPORTUNITY ,Head Liners '99.00

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''Handl-HouS Portable

RemodellnglBuildings. WOW! I !I,3 I- '

... Now ,Leasing!
Bedroom House GIIFFIS: GaS

Greenhouses' 20008.r:, 12508.r.. 1 000 lI.r.. For Sale -- To Be
Across from New KOA' Moved To Your
Garages' ".
and Lotl
Walmart, '
.Only .18.900.001 PRE-SEASON GAS HEATER! Save to
.No, Down ,Payment Contact UNITED REALTY Call Thomas up

.Several ''Choices'' 964-8447 days ;. 473-3627eves, 'House Movers jfe 60% of your winter

: ,., ,... 752-2 752-5825 SALE' i-S i. ;
US 301 SOUTH Starke ,FL 964.8447 473.3627 home heating cost.

''COOL CABINET

':i Char-Brail 40,OOO BTU DEARBORN '

FORECLOSURE AUCTION EZ'WHEELS .','1'1/. '_UN ENTED GAS HEATER

=$138 ; -----

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By order of Florida National Bank 1320 N.Starke Temple. Ave .III,\ .. ft'1fT! i

964'778'3.BuyHere' f..... .j


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Wednesday, 'October 12 :1OOO A.M.. ,e We FInance 517 Twin Eq.In.


Burntr HeatS Up $198 1"-.

76 Toyota Celia<4 speed. to 5 rooms'
C & iTs MARKET real nice. Special $395 -

down, E-Z Payments. '

Keystone Heights, Florida
76 Cutlass,beautiful

.. Fish'Case Scotsman Freezer.Dairy, CaseS gold color low milage.
3-Warren Meat Cases e Meat 7, 1/2 hp Copeland Cond. Unit $495. down EZPayments.
S 2-Produce Cases a Hill Produce Table' ,. 3 hp Russell Condo Unit Tanks t.. FREE TANKINSTALLATION Rasd.nitslH.m.s )

2-Juice Cases .. Metro Scale e 3 hp Larkln Cond. Unit

"e Road King Check-Out a Tech Cash Register 1 1/2 hp Compressor 83 Dodge Aries station Industrial

Stainless Steel Commercial Pizza Oven and Many Other Items Too Numerous to IJstt wagon like new two to
'
; Sale Conducted by: choose from $595 .

I SURPLUS AUCTION 'SALES down E-Z Payments.
Dramt"YTAGf: .
1tai0cOwr Sunbeam.
5625, Verna Blvd, No. 7 Jacksonville, FL 32205 781-3845 79 Monte Carlo runs

I Waymon. Herrlngton.;Auction Manager AE-2O Duane Burgess Auctioneer i",AB 327;AU 517 looks good. $395. down. Starke' Gainesville Ocala ,.:
There Will Be a 1O% Buyers Premium 'E-Z Payments. '964-7725 '161 11w and st.. 37tV4677 629-3733

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A Blue Wave defender crashes Into an unidentified Indian receiverduring
the third period. No penalty was called.
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Chiropractic Center

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Next to,the Chamber bf Commerce

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PAIN CONTROL,
.. Headaches TQ.
Line Surge... Neck & Arm
KIDIS Indian tailback Chris Renter runs for daylight again. KlCYoW: The.ln propelled the Indians into the top ten In the state for tile first time Mid Back 4
I ,behind big!! block by right guard Rob Six for a "battle of the unbeaten"against the second ranked Red Devil; .
'a. the Indiana extended their winning!!streak to three straight; game Work Rol.led
.Sportlr
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I Indians Ranked 10th. llUllAu'\ Aeeldewu
from 70
page '
I>R< W; DAVID SIXES
--- A .DeKeyser interception nearmidfield i, and pulled off a'11.yard'runbak,: that by the line that ended with a three- .. ''',JR. RICIIARUC.1ULLER:
Williston multiple setprotype .
offense runs with a three running'backs Sparked a KHHS drive put the Indians in position for their yard TD run by. Hovsepian off left t'lilROI'RACTIC; I'IIYSICIANS
strike of tackle. Buckwalter kicked the final
final offensive already
blockingby an
who possess explosive speed 'with some picture perfect R' T/lF.1'F..4/U APPROACH(7IIROPRACTIC
exciting half.Hardee points'of'the contest to1 put the Indians
the line and hard running by all
which if let loose on the corners,will
and Capped offa 35-13 with 11 minutes! to. K
DeKeyser
KHHS used' up YOU
three running backs as NEED IT
be threat to score on any given CARE WHEN
a teamed in the The KHHS defense
21 point burst when they up play game.. ..
the remainder of the first period .
play equal,-The mixture Red of Devils passes run to about running an up and went into the second before on'a 29-yard TD pass play with just did the, rest.'. tQ 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK
a minute left in the second
over
scored the first of his two
plays, but are most effective running Hovsepian period.DeKeyser getting behind the 0 964-4957 24 IIOIJRBEEPER, ;
their play, according TDs on the night with a three-yard .
to.counter-option KHHS Defensive Coach plunge to put the Indians up 130. coverage on the play,,pulling in the on.. _M.-rn i7N' $.... \101 I,Arrd.ri.Li
Buckwalter,who was a perfect 55in pass. and racing across the goal line. .
,Wayne Geiger's Geiger.unit hurt,PK badly, last extra points in the game; nailed Sacks by i defensive tackle' Tim . . ... 1. ..._._ ._ ._ n. ...... . .. JtLI'
Givens and linebacker Bobby Willis .
his second PAT through the uprights. :
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Friday night with five quarterback snuffed out the Wave's final chance
and KHHS led 14-7.
. sacks and allowed the Blue Waves'
...;...;ust 173 yards in total offense.Defensive It was the first TD in a 21''point eX1 to A score in the interception half. ,by1 Todd .C .'
period which leaping
>, plosion in the second i
backs led by safety Marty Hut Taylor ended PK's first drive of the i
the Blue Waves on the ropes. ; xeI
put Branch
bard also off three intercep
tions. picked This time defensive'tackle second half but\ the visitors scoredon E '.' o
interception 'return several ,
with
Lawrence Orlando came'Up a
The Indians opened the scoring by minutes later when they'' .caught ', .
the \
the kickoff and driving big.quarterback sack, forcing { .,
taking opening Hardee lofteda Hardee trying to pass'after a high ,
the 12-yard PK punt.Second later! ''', (
81 yards big play a .. "
strike end on a punt attemptThe
perfect 38-yard to tight snap ,: I\J\ :',"
from Hardee to Green on third and'KUHS :
pass missed
out .. try-for-tWo. was
had faked" ,
Green, who completly 'i."W"i'
down, setting up a nine-yard TD run' the PK secondary man and was wide led 28-13 with 7:34 to play ini ; 't J! i \<', .
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by Register with 8:46: to play in the : ) ;
third.
the I'
open, making a fine catch on his \\i fi; :<
first period. The Indians got some of their best ''r ,
and into the end- : '
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fingertips prancing 'n' /
The Waves'proved they ,were for of the !
offensive( line play season on ': ', '? .
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zone : :);'
real by coming rigHt back and knot- drive after the en- ,
Buckwalter's kick made it KHHS an 84-yard scot ing : ''' : '' '
ting the score on a tip-and-catch play PK kickoff. L' '
21 .PK. Yonge, 7, but the Indians suing ,'
1 r:' flanker Willie Jackson ending up weren't; with 247! left in the: ''This time Head Coach ''Wesley)! "
with the ball,and the easy !stroll\ into through- Dicks wanted to control the ball and I. ,_
the endzone for the touchdown whIch.r. first 1 TJhe half Indiandefenge.stru< *fii iu the Indjjms did just that reeling, oft!J e.l r,. _... .- """ _"_>W I 'Iff'
'tied thefil'St.the score at 7-all wrtHTjOi. \\i.-r.teftW.; When Hubbard intercepted: i a,pass '''running'plays"behind a big surge; 'I :
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Making your prt '-need funeral arrangements : 1 (I"

Is more than a con \\1''j r M ; .1 The. f

venience, it is almost a necessity ILi.Illil J'' ,

;s '< ( State Bank
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making
Why postpone arrangements .,

for,your funeral? ,,, ... ..,:: ''V:, will be' closed ,<|( .
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Call .us or come by for the -j i.. .,, '.'''''' 'f : "" ." :"' .:

plans that are available, .- ,. .'. .:'' .. ,.' ,
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JONES FUNERAL HOME ./r;''K!';'::;: Saturday" October 8 '1988 ,


.. '514 Nona Street, Starke 9646200'Hwy 100 & Cypress St.. Keystone Mats. 473-3176 J I'c. .. '& .


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Florida National '," Open. for Regular Banking Hours Tues., ,Oct,, 11 .'


:' Bank Community ,State Bank' '

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< Bradford SquareX9647830XStarke:' ; ; u'


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CLUMBUS .

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1 daJ Shingled roofvooA *l as. pjywood: delivery'and "*:V **3

,"i; ; ., October 10 wA e...' let-up. Fleetwccd 1 yr, warranty and Extended Warranty ..v

Factory; Direct ,Means Wholesale Prices only 'atl I
usual
'Business as


M Tuesday, October ,11 Quality Homes


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".- .! page IB to measure off distance through the sored by Champion Wood Products curate measurement.
forestry and the student's practical forest trails by uniform pacing, the ''Corporation..
skills were tested In a variety of different identification of the variety of different The best way to measure'' off 'The events in this years' competition -
exercises.The tree species found in this part' distance In the woods, according to were changed compared to last
II students learned to estimate Of the country, insects and diseases: the students,is to keep a steady pace year to conform to the national FFA
pulpwood and sawtimbet volume by which plague growers \and learning while ,traversing through the forestry contest with the addition of
mastering the ,sometimes tricky how to identify and use some of The ,palmetto patches so common in the the written test and combining the
Biltmore Stick and by an eyeball tools used In forest management forest while avoiding the potholes., identification of tree species,insect!
estimation They also were r required The practice (torsion was spon logs and other,obstacles lo get >" ,and diseases into one event.

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