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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 13, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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.The beautiful all weather will continue through this weekend, Hard ....ww. . M .':.r.' ,' i'. ;$. t-3A '" Cf 1819Sa
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first of the week, with temperatures, returning to about Art Foillval . . . 1,4 |1)1t l P K.:
normal.-rnornings in the low 60's and highs in the low 80's. New Irlaft . -. .1-3.U J TV OF FLORIDA .
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noon with no intensification expected. High ,altitude winds are KHHS Football .7tSAir FL. 3: ..:::611.lOltth .- berries This Side I of Heaven
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: .Milner Looking For More, I
Worth Exposure;

meting 1iIg ,Etheridge Say's' He's Covered County ,'




BHS The Class Reunion.of-+961 will host the No Debate' :;

third annual reunion of all Brad 4
ford High graduates Immediately'

following the homecoming game 1 1la
tomorrow night Friday, Oct 14).
Muds from the 50's and 60's will*
.be played by a disc jockey for your Etheridge SaysDemocratic '

listening and dancing enjoyment at ,
the Starke Golf and Country Club-

Make plans to attend. The past sheriffs candidate to-door canvassing; which he says he .
two years have proven to be annualevent nominee Kenneth Etheridge will not has done virtually by himself, with'
.. you don't' want to miss. .1 }' t 1 debate Republican sheriff's candidate helping defeat Sheriff Reddish
..
Bobby Milner. With the slim first primary lead' .

Gator Quarterback... Etheridge, who won outin! tough Reddish supporters began running .,.
1i first and second
primary races over scared. The Reddish campaign was
The Gator'Quarterback Club will r two Democratic opponents, says he cranked up by supporters and fami-
meet Thurs., Oct 13 at the Starke has spent the past three months going -' ly for the second primary, featuringfree
Golf and Country Club. Social hour door-to-door all over the county dinners around the (county,
begins at 6:30 p.m., followed by. a, 'and doesn't want to give( that advaiu door-to-door campaigning and, a
covered dish dinner at 7p m. 1w\t tage up. Milner had the same opportunity heavy advertising blitz ;
Defensive Secondary Coach Jimmy to work<, door-to-daor Etheridge says he will continue his

Dickey willad.<\\ress the group. .Etheridge points out. ;'door-to-door campaigning for 'the''
Meeting 'MIlner face-to-face'in a1 Nov. 8 General Election; "I'm going
Lunch Bunch... debate would be more advantageousto to run it just like I ran this one,'
the Republican candidate that to
The Lunch Bunch meets'at noon, ; him, Etheridge feels. says Etheridge. The trooper who
Friday, Oct. 14, in the FellowshipHall "I am not going to debate him," lives on a farm on Meng Dairy Road,
is taking time off work to
of the First Presbyterian campaign
Etheridge told the Democratic Kit"ecutiye ;
Ire Bradford is his*
County
Church. says
/ Committee 'in a strategy
Bring a covered dish and home. ,
enjoy planning session on the' General
the fellowship., r Milner, a former employee, of the
Election campaign Tuesdayafter.
( .t. Florida Department of Law Enforcement -
Oct. 11.Etheridge .
noon, '
KLPOA Meeting... ,4 was replying'to a Tuesday Justice at, the now Bradford-Union teaches criminal'Vo-, .
Oct. 11 article rhef Florida'"TimesUnion
in
Tech Centers Milner' wants the;
specialists Gene in which Milner stated'it
Water pollution 'debate to' make for. his. luck of
and Sandy : is difficult to around door to up
Fray of Clay County ) get door-to-door due his
Fisher of Melrose will be guest door, "A lot of people in this county campaigning to
.. Lake Pro- If teaching job which he says Is
speakers at the Kln sley still want you to go door-tO'door.
perty Owners Association! this you don't, they\{ won't vote for you," necessary to support his, family
Oct. 15. t. Oaf .Milner said. "They don't realise "
Saturday, -- 'K Admittedly, I want a debate,
A covered dish supper will be rtsl- t what it takes takes logo to 8,000 or so Milner says. "And I don't haveany

served, starting at 6 p.m. houses"' preconceived notions that we would
.Milner says he's been campaigning'doortodoor''at look a whole lot better in a debate

Republican Meet... r yN night and on than, he' would. It was justhe's'
:'The Bradford Republican ti p __ weekends'for, and started going I been able to go door-to-door because,
County
n fulltime 2''Si' weeks ago. lie says he'll he hasn't had to work."- '
will meet Oct. 17 ,, ,
Party Monday
be seen around the in the next
Which is the Queen. .? county ''Milner said FDLE requiredhim U>
6:30: p.m., at,722 West,Madison ( : three weeks. '

,Street. One of these Bradford 'High coedt'it the IWH! The si* ; by'i'are Vl'-rVi.. : Milner wants more news medIa, quit in the his job Division as'a regional, of Standards coordinator and,

Volunteers are needed for Please'call the homecoming queen. But the identity of the 11lIIK|! At boUom : ', 'llfwrtl! Wanda ..l.-ufciiis, 'al"' coverage of the race and suggested a 'Training this summer to campaign.
Republican headquarters. Elizabeth 'debate. Milner said he has'
homecoming qut't'nII\ remain secret untilth. final approached Is
Etheridge
Ben Holtzendorf, 964-7961 or, moments. of Tornado Whirl. tonight (.Thursday, ()cl. Second" row .'.. Kill 1.-., Amy' t.rwis.. and local civic groups, about .trooper's job. on leave. from his
Marty Barry, 964-6300 for further Alisha Gruea,
13). sponsoring a debate, but hasn't calked -
information. "' ,: ; There is no record of a Republican
:, to Etheridge about it
y. having been elected! to a County u(.
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BHS'Alurfint... Etheridge, a- '20yearFlorida': fice, although some have r
may MTV
Tornado Whirl Toni ht Highway Patrol trooper, receivedthe ed.inf, Reconstruction days. Inrtian
r; BHS Alumni Will' meet Monday, Democratic Party nomination in Green, a Republican
was appointed'
,r Oct. 17, for a 6 p.m. dinner at .... a second primary 297-vote victory'' ?
county clerk at the death, of 'former
Western Steer Restaurant,, with over 16-year Sheriff Dolph Keddish.
business. session. to follow'at 6:30: "Tornadoes Around the 'World' 'is Fighting Bradford Tornado / Wanda Lynette .Jenkins, Reddish led the first primary which clerk Charles Darby then 'lost\ In the
p.m': the theme of the 1988 Homecoming team will host Bishop Kenny of Mrs. Annie Mae Jenkins eliminated his ,long-tamedeputy, next General Election to current,
All alumni and friends are In- 'celebration under way this' week. Jacksonville in the '.' Starke and Willie Jenkins of Mid- Glen Moore. Clerk: Gib Brown, who is retiring this

vited. Big events still to come are the. football game. (' Wanda is on the BUS soft- Miler faced no Republican PartY' ,year.. ,
''Tornado Whirl -at 7 p m. tonight The six member 1988 team and works .at Western! and this race for the' Being the Democratic nomineehas
Oliver Oliver,.. (Thursday Oct. 13)"on Bradford High homecoming queen's court '. .General Election will be his first. been tatamount to being electedin

The Bradford Community field. The 1988 homecoming queen:; selected Oct. 4 in voting by Kitties ,Milner says he doesn't think beinga ( Bradford County. But this year
will "Oliver/* bothas will be crowned at the'' end, .of the 'Senior Class. The entire '' -Terrlcena Lynette Harold Republican will hurt his cam two Republican candidates have''
Players present ,
Mr.aridrMrs! qualified to ,
voted Oct. 11 to choose I : oppose Democratic,
a matinee and dinner theater at Whirl body,, paign. He said people tell him that
KItties Jr. In
and Archie nominees the General Election.
the Starke Golf and Country Club. The homecoming parade featuring queen, but the winner Is' being (' I She ran track for 3 party, affiliation wont make' difference ,
Dinner theater tickets are priced at floats, 'decorated vehicles, the (secret until the queen is crowned Lawtcy. years in how they ',vote on lix'alsraces. '

$12.50 each, with matinee tickets at Spirit of Bradford Marching Band? the final highlight of Torpado Lewis of Republican n Milner is challenging'Democratic
each. and BHS' JV and Varsity! Amanda Gay daugther Milner also notes Bradford voters nominee Etheridge.And .
$5.00
"The six members of the* and t Mrs. Jim,Lewis ot Starke '
( chairman
Dinner theater dates are Oct.:21. cheerleaders is set for 1 p.m. Fri- have supported! Republicans' in rep Republican county
22, 28 and 29. Matinee performances day, Oct. 14. The parade route is Court are: is a is BHS cheerleader of. the In Drams Little cent presidential and gubernatorial.. Ben Holtzendorf is challenging

will be Sunday, Oct. 23 at 2 same the as last year. It will start Alisha Jill Gruen,daughter 01 secretary ,elections. Democratic nominee WilburWatersfor !
p.m. and Thursday Oct.' :27, at 8. westward on Washington Street, and .Mrs. Harry Gruen of and on the tennis ,team; President Ronald'' Reagan'' and the Group 5 county commissionseat.

turn left "on Orange Street and go Alisha is a cheerleader; a member >,',r .., Gov, ', Bob Martinez,: both Waters was' unopposed in the''
'p.m.Tickets are available at Santa Fe south to Call Street turn left on Call the, National Honor' Society, 'Kluabcth' Ann Kowell, ;daughter' 1 Republicans; received a majority of first primary* '
Community College and Mitchell'sDrug Street and go east to US-301 (TempleAve. Council. Mr. and Mrs. Steve. Futch of the county'vote in their respectiveraces. There are''approximately1 7,134
historian of .' '
"..' theStudent and Charles Howell 'of 'registered Democrats'1' and 948
Store. .), then turn left and go nor- However,' the county went''
thward up US-301 back to the high Elizabeth Renee Elizabeth is a membver of Democratic in the 1986 US Senate'' registered Republicans in Bradford

school, and disband on.Washington daughterofMrs., Linda Hewett National Honor Society, a BHS race, and in the 1980 presidential County; and the office of Supervisorof
EDA Banquet... Street. Starke and the late Mike and a member of Little race'according to voting records. Elections Neva Flynn is still processing
At 8 p.m. Friday 'night the Renee is a member of,the BUS t h Etheridge credits his early, door. registrations
The annual'banquet of the Brad-,


ford Monday County Authority Oct.Economic 24 is, in set the at Development KOA 6:30: p.m.ban,-. ;) Come' Join The Fun ,of 'Sta" { ', ,Art Festival Saturday and Sunday IWalnut''Street


,quet' Dinner room.:, $12.50..The public, is in How about ''Some down-home 'fun. Starke Center of Santa Fe. north from c 'u'o., participate, by' wearing'costumesand -only to pedestrians'for,the'''fest i' al't\

vited. For reservations; call this weekend? i; ty College, the sponsoring Jefferson Streets. clothes of the 1920s,, 1930s, and ''which runs from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Oc-
,9647375., Come to the 3rd annual Starke;' Call Street JKitchenan, eating and World War II". ,when. 90,000 ser''t,: tober 15 and (from noon to 5'p, m.,Sun-
Festival of the Arts this Saturdayand tion.The work of about 100 artists concessions area,.'will be set up'on vicemen and women were stationed < day, Oct. 16.
Sunday, October 15-16.. 'craftsmen'will be on display. South ,Walnut ''Street'' from Call to-. at-neafby Camp Blanding. Come on down. Tap'your' tOt'! to
American Legion.... ,some bluegrass music and be enter
tivities are ongoing. Music Madison Street and will dish up 'The main focus in Starke during
The American Legion will hold a The weekend opens at 9 a.m. bluegrass 'and folk, and some home-cooked goodies. Tile recent is the historic preservation tained by square dancers and outdoor
burst of color and i years will show
with a theatre.1 Artists
October Saturday dancers and story tellers will downtown streets described you
covered dish supper, Tuesday; in area ,of .Call Street, says festival
25, in the Legion Hall on Ed- sound- brief historic play period form. Demonstrations are : will be blocked off and closed to organizer Nancee Clark. "That gaveus :their paintings, photographs
20th
costumes, live music of century wildlife drawings, ceramics,
chitlin
wards Road, at 7 p.m. decades and the release of balloons. ranging' Including vehicular traffic the idea'of making the history of and much "
glassworks, more.
and violin making. "
turkey calling
will include Dr
of
festival
Special guests 'the area the theme the The event is sponsored by SFCC
Bernard McFadden and represenrtatives The featured event Saturday will
The Opening... Gamble performance'at 7 the City of Starke, the Chamber of
from Bradford County Girls be the performance of Gamble Exhibits will line the middle Rogers'
The 20-minute the Oct. .IS: and the rest of the Commerce,Terwillegar Mot<)rs;and
r State and Boys State. Rogers Florida's fabled story. Call Street, from Court Street east opening sets p.m.
of Florida Division of
teller, set for 7 in the entertain- the railroad.A of this year's festival, "A Call festival are free. Historic Call Streetin the State
ment area in the parking lot of the children's,area will be set up the Past" Visitors are invited to downtown Starke will be opened Cultural Affairs. I

,Seminole Boosters...


Booster The Bradford-Union Club meets at Seminole 7 p.m. Growing Terillegar Expands Now Has Chrysler Products'11

Thursday, Oct,. 2T. in the KOA, ,
'
meeting, hall.Speaker Bill. Cappleman, ex- by1' Buster Rahn already been seen by'' new in 1928 with hydraulic four showrooms, services, and pal king constructed on the'same lot to ser
: BCT: Staff WriterTerwillegar buyers.In brakes and an all steel body. vice Chrysler products with both
Dinner $3.50.
",; FSU quarterback : Motors has taken on Lake City, Summers Jeep. the vehicle made popular lots.The old Ferryman property on the warranty: and non-warranty work.

the Chrysler product line, joining on- Co. has handled the Dodge line by WWII as a tough versatile vehi north side of Madison Street will Additional staff'' members, experienced
.. ly six other dealers nationwide in be- the past several years, and the with four-wheel-drive. ,soon be hardtopped to be utilized as in handling Chrysler products
Upcoming. ing approved for the. "six franchises defunct American Motors Eagle, the newest car designed the new car lot for Chrysler and are being brought in to com
Public meetings scheduled in the in one package. have been handled by holders 'American Motors prior to being allied vehicles, pliment the long time'Terwillegar

coming weeks are: The new franchise represents a other franchises.In over by Chrysler Corp. ,New Ford products will l continue employees, who are familar With the
Board of Governors:Chamber of real coup in the automotive field by acquiring the Chrysler In order to take on the Chrysler tq be displayed adjacent to US-301 Ford products line.
Commerce: noon,Thursday, Sept. Byron Terwillegar, president of the line, Terwillegar will now Terwillegar has made a the old Jimmy Moore Marina Terwiliegar
13, SFCC Board Room. mega-dealership. dise six distinct lines of vehicles: increase In its invest on As a mega-dealer, (
Art Festival, set Oct. 15-16, "Mega-dealership" a new term Chrysler Automobiles in down-town Starke, reveal- site.The will continue to merchandise Ford, +
'Saturday and Sunday. Gamble In the automotive field whose the luxurious Fifth Avenue and the confidence of its ownership in former Kock's drug store cars and trucks in the efficient manner
has renovated
been
set to at 7 p.m. clearly defined sector the place to building ;with a' that has- been extremely successful -
; Rogers appear parameters are not Yorkers. down-town as '
show and sales offices in the
room the limited
, Saturday. Admission: Free but includes dealers who are! fran-' Dodge Automobiles, the Terwillegar Motors in the same considering
front, opening on Court street, of Bradford and Union
Bradford County School Board chised by multiple manufacturers priced line of cars, whose name for the past 30 years, has ac the sales office is labyrinth population
, set for Monday, Oct. 17,7 than linesof in .Behind a Counties its prime gales area.
) two
meeting and carry more one or a long way back. quired'several adjoining plots on- of business : offices to accomodatethe' '
: p.m., in Administrative Building on vehicles., .. { history.' Street (SK;lOO) ;(: the old behind-the-scenes operation of In ('measuring'' 'success, Ter-
t, : N. Temple Ave. Terwillegar' says'I1ega/ Dodge-Trucks, which Drug Store property on Call the dealership. willegar..Motors Ford 'Sales compares -
{.i t;I' Starke City Council, regular dealerships are the wave ''of the good looks and ability to, ,' and the old Jimmy Moore. favorably 'with dealers in
b meeting Tuesday,Oct 18,7:30: future, with combinations of Ford tough assignments,, are Marina on Temple Avenue (US-301). .'A New buildings is under construction larger urban areas Including Lake
.. ', p.m.. City Hall.Brooker and General Motors products being recognized by the truck construction and renovation on the south side of Madison City and St.'' Augustine, but exact
'
. .' Council, special handled under one roof, as well as public. under way to provide for sales Street to house a "quick lube opera: new car and truck sales remain a
,. "'. meeting to discuss cable TV proposal other combinations which have 'Plymouth! ; ,introduced business offices tion, and another building is 10 be 'trade secret.:
; Tuesday Oct. 16, 7:30) p.m.t

i i In Starke City Hall.Zoning" Board meeting, Business ,Office ,Procedures ,Reviewed by School .Board JD'' Workshop ,Session II

, set Thursday, Oct.,:t7,. 7.p.m. In.City : -,
Hall. In a combination special ''iii1.i1g, I innainder/ ol the evening tuvifwiiigpaMrflow Superintendent Jim', Duncan quested the approval nl l travel pay Board Chairman DrV Len Schlot-
workshop meeting Monday' night" procedures as outlined by presented an invoice for fill dirt in for two employees to attend an out of man said, "I feel much better with
r'' Oct.10, the Rrorlford County Director of Purchasing Michael amount of $945: and asked permis- state conference, which was also "p- the system presented tonight" than I
schoolboard quickly dinpcnspd with Reddish. sion to pay the debt which received proved., felt a few months ago.
!wo items of business and spent,the In 'the business meeting. board approval.The second item re-



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I BBS Varsity Hi-Q Team, Loses 'Opener. to CIa.1 Hi 195 127Bradford ,

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High's hlgh-Q varsity, Examples ot questions asked, more property called what? The seniors must carry the team it Sheila and Wayne Wilkinson 01 -swtmnmnr., *MIke says High-O
team lost 195-127: to Clay High In a Tuesday are: Montezuma Revenge,Shawn Blom BHS is to have any realistic chanceof Starke. Mike excels in sc fence and prepares ,one for ,college and
Tuesday afternoon, Oct. It, season With what tribe were all of these quipped. However the correct repeating last year's.success,the ,team sports. He likes basketball and See Page SA
opening match in Green Cove Spr leaders. associated?? Mangus Col- answer was Amoebic Dysentery coach added.
ings. oradas, Victoria Juh,'and Cochise. The JV team was led by Captain Shawna(Blom., a senior, ****i*'lAC7********* A A*'****A;
The JV team won 142-85. The answer Is the Appache Tribe. sophomores Michael Becker and returns for her fourth season. The *
The varsity just basically seemed Who was the Roman who wrote the Patrick Hurst, who combined to daughter of Jimmy and Marcha .
(sluggish, says Coach.Stanley lives of famous men? Answer' : answer correctly on-nine,of 12 ques, Epps of Starke, Shawna possesses a
LCrawford., Plutarch., tions. strong mathematics backgroundand i
The varsity was led by Shawna The most humorous answer of the her leadership qualities and two CfWtL1E DAl'lIEJS
Blom who answered correctly on day came from the following question Meet the Team..* years of state tournament ex-
nine of 18 questions.to )which she, .Poor sanitation and contamina- "We lost seven members from the perience make her an asset. Shawn
,vary\ However, the rest of the tion of the drinking water supply 1987-88 'team; but, we, have two likes to real historical fiction in her '
answered three out of eight may lead to a severe, form of students with three years of High-Q leisure time. I,
,questions to which, they responded. traveler's diarrhea. This disease is experience." nays Coach Crawford. Senior Mike Hlalock Is the Bone of .

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Worth Ting r ; =K OPEN; Sun.-Thurs. 1,1 am to 10 pm .

{' THANK FYi, &;,Sat., 11 am to 11 pm *",

Yard Sale*.. t. Starke 1601 N.' *".

The Hampton Elementary YOU I I I Temple *"
Parent-Teachers Organization will I Avenue
hold a yard sale, Friday,Oct 28, :
,
between the hours 9 am. and 1 (\ T *"
P,m", on the Hampton Elementary ,11 ,
District 1
School grounds, ( 'l *"
KF C' ,Tacbft Burritos
.1( *" "
Parenting Class... From -ok o Tostadas. .

If expecting a baby'soon,don't, ,K, c: Salads, Nacho, '
miss the prenatal classes set Oct, ,
10- Nov 7, sponsored by the Extension Ross Chandler ,C4 "Great", *,
.
Service on US3OIN.Learn _;
about prenatal cafe,labor, ,Mexican Food" *'
delivery,and care of the/newborn. 'County Commissioner''I
Sessions are Informal educationaland t '
fun. Classes\ : 7-9 p,m. For I am honored! and appreciate your'confidence' in, me to serve: as Rt. 16
_Rt. 16
more Info, contact the Bradford
your, County Commissioner I hope to build on that trust with '
Extension Office, 964-6280, Ext. 284 your ----- ,

Scramble ,continued,support. -1( I ,
Futurity., --------, *" ,
I
The 1988 Coca Cola Classic Bar- : 1 C I WITH THIS *"

rel barrels Futurity) is under(horse way racing Oct.around 12.16 at, I,will work,to the ,best of my:ability 'tn help meet ,the, needs of all the t I COUPON ::1 I J

the Bradford Riding Club facilityon people <'* .. 'I '
US-301 north at the fairgrounds.The 5-
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calf,,hog,and chicken I, .,.' \'',' '" ",',': 1 5% off I 5-,
scramble is set Saturday night, N (
Again I thank each of and 'special thanks"!
to
Oct. 15, at 5:45 p,m. at the Bradford ; ,you. ; ; my,campaignteam I I 5-
Riding Arena at the j 5Terwillegar's .-
ANY
fairgrounds. In addition, there:will t I I
be a chicken Scramble for the :: ..ThFOOD ..ITEM I
smaller kids. The/uturity will In- I .. '
"
clude top riders from all over the "And thanks\ be to,God who gives, us the victory. \\L-------J *"
U.S. as well as riders from,the Pd.Pol.Adv.
Bradford and Union Riding Clubs. '
Sign-up now for the Calf Scram'. Vtf>tf>tf>tf>tfVtfVV>tf>tf>tfVtf>tf>tf>tfV V
ble,open to 4-H and FFA girls and
boys in high school, the hog scram*. i
ble open to 4-H and FFA girls of
N.. any age. Entry forms available'
from FFA advisors David Smith
and Greg Alvarez and 4-H coordinator
Rod Buchele.For more info -J
,call 9647871. !

S 'Gamble. Rogers... Invites Starke' to VisitOur


Rogers The Florida will appear Troubadour here at, Gamble 7 p.m. All New Dealership and See, Some

this daX.n'ght'Oct. 15as the

Festival highlight /.Lhe the Arts.3rd annual, Starke' Exciting Cars ,& Trucks' from Chrysler'

Rogers;Florida's top folk singer
and story teller,is known ,
-
statewide. Accurately described an : '
iAmerican treasure, Rogers is 'rs (
*t scheduled 1.989.ee.p .. '
to perform in Starke's q "" '<,\ "'''Http0udtailcoat*
downtown plaza the Parking area r1 ,
f.the SFCC Starke Center ,' JIMMY .ws'

Tribute,PlannedFor ': ," Have Chrysler STRICKLANDi"

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honored on his 80th birthday with a ,, ,
golf tournament and dinner Sunday I Chrysler Experience
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country club's banquet room. Din- Fully Loaded*V-6 Fully,Loaded-, V-6 us.ciMvoraw
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public is invited. $,18 616$15 995- ,
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I I Hampton Council Reorganizes, New Mayor Leaves Post in Huff I If I



f Newly elected Mayor of Hampton, -,,, nominating to fill the empty seat, name for 'the vacancy from'the key?" asked Clerk Wadsworth. "I you more but If I'm your attorney, Department 'Wadsworth Is Police
.', .I Lola Williamson,taking her seat for, and only Padgett was named.A floor' don't feel comfortable with that. you won't need any outside lawyers' Chairman, and Padgett was named
the first time since her, election delegation of citizens attendingthe "We have no voice In this place." :Access to a copy machine: was the for special cases. I[ you follow my Chairman of the Recreation Department -
September 13, promptly left the meeting were told by City Clerk said one. "You want us to come to reason given by Williamson, who ad, advice there won't be any special i
council table in anger, and took a Gordon ,Wadsworth that the City council meetings but when w Hn ded, "I can come down here when he' litigations or court actions, he said. The application for a grant to ex- ;
seat .among the spectators, at the Charter, "whichI have read come, we have no voice." needs a which seemed to settle "If 1 had been your attorney, my ,i tend water and sewer will be turned i
urging of Kathy Thornton, a thoroughly several times, and 1 The vacancy on the council existed the Issue."Eliminate copy. advice would have been very over to the city attorney for completion -
disgruntled member of the overflow think f understand," specifies that because not enough candidates had ,, Street Depart- detrimental to actions taken here of the necessary paperwork.New .
croud attending the regular meeting vacancies on the council can only be qualified to run In the September 13 ment employee one or cut the hours of already tonight," Shaw continued. rules and regulations will haveto
{' of the Hampton City Council, Tues filled by the council Itself. election, when all vacancies should both," the mayor continued. Since "Every councilman has to vote." A be followed, and we should not ex-
day night, October II Councilman Frank Bryant have been filled by popular vote of prison labor is being used and councilman "cannot take a walk,"" pect to know anything under a year's
nominated Padgett for the post, the electorate. streets are looking better we don't he said. time according to Clerk
Her anger stemmed from the ap seconded by Councilman Ted Curtis. Mayor'sStatement..4The need both for street cleaning, she Another deficiency is not having A Wadsworth.
pointment of, Elwood Padgett, The vote was 2-0, with Councilman Mayor, before leaving her: said. written agenda as required by law,
former mayor and defeated can Johnny Allen abstaining and Council 1 post had listed several items she Other Items wanted by the mayorare Shaw said. Cable TV?...
didate for Town Marshal\ to a vacan- Chairman Walden Wadsworth not wishs the council to consider. : to enforce a 1978 ordinance that Shaw left the meeting while the < Two companies hoping ,'to get a
cy remaining on the council after the voting, saying, "as Chairman, I cat "Change the locks on the doors !at requires "city property to be kept on 'council deliberated. The council franchise to supply Hampton and
recent elections did not attract only vote to break a tie." City Hall and give a key to the 'city property,clean up vacanat lots decided to hire Shaw at a fee of $150 some of the surrounding area with a
enough candidates to fill all posts. Townspeople crowding into City Mayor' the Clerk' and Marshal.' she in the city, and adopt an ordinance per meeting and $75 per hour for; ad- cable television. system appeared
Walden Wadsworth, new ,Chair Hall were not pleased with the actionof said. for the to."join the Florida elec- ditional time.Chairman. before the council.
man of the council entertained: the council onH proposed other "Why should the Marshal have aI tion laws/' Wadsworth then Bronson Cablevlslon. headquartered -
reopened nominations for the vacant in Bronson and Buford
seat on the council, in accordancewith Television Inc., out of Citrus County;
City Attorney.., Shaw's ,advice, and the full headquartered in Inverness both
I: Brooker Hires Thomas,, in Town Clerk Positionby Newly seated Councilman lwood council again voted to seat Padgett 'submitted vice to the area.plans for providing ser

Padgett advised the council of
one Chairmen Heapp inted. The''plans.were taken under ad-
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Buster Rahn nette Prescott who kept the office the first things needed was to hire a'
Ms. Jeanette Prescott, who has "In the absence of the Mayor, I 'visement and are to be referred to
Saturdays.Social city attorney.
Attorney Reggie
BCT Staff Writer open on
the
been reading the town's 139 water city attorney for study.
Flynn has and the 'will entertain a motion that .the pre-
resigned vacancy
The Brooker city council hired Security and withholding meters for the past several years Both companies are similar in
sent committee chairmen
should be filled ,
Melvin) taxes have not been deducted and right away he said. retain
Mrs. Terry (Charlene asked for a pay raise. Ms. Prescott Attorney Gene Shaw had been con their seats on the new council said rates and services supplied it is just
Thomas for the vacant city clerk remitted on some employees a matter of"who most
who uses her own car .reading tacted then Council Chairman'Ted Council Chairman Wadsworth. Accordingly are you comfortable
position, following the resignation of perhaps for as long as 10 years. meters, says it took 3 hours per Curtis by and was present to offer Bryant is Street Chairman to do business with," said
former clerk Sheryl Cox, earlier this Mrs. Thomas said she called city month to read meters until the town his services saying that "I 1 will cost Allen i Is Chairman i. of the Water Tom Huelett, president of Bronson.
year auditors, Davis, Monk, Farnsworthand installed a computer. With the com-
Mrs. Thomas Is leaving Southern Co., who sent CPA Doug Red puter print out, it now takes $ hours
Bell In Gainesville after 17 years, dish to review the books. Mrs. per month, since each meter is i
and taking a severe cut In salarytobe Thomas said she will attempt to bring assigned an account number and ;
nearer home. the books up to date but may require they no are'no longer listed in sequence Which candidate'' for SHERIFF has
She attended the Tuesday, October professional help. The council Ms. Prescott says She reads
t 11,council meeting for the first agreed with her proposal, giving her meters in numerical sequence, as
( time, and heard City Attorney until the next regular .meeting to the are listed on the print out, which solved problems for 78 Law
Johnny Hobbs read a resolution determine whether or'not she can do requires her to "run from one end of
stating her term of office shall run the job. town to the other." Enforcement
through September 30, 1990, and be About two years ago Brooker Since the job pays $100 per'month, and, Correctional
subject- "such conditions of amended its charter to allow the Councilman George Pierce quickly
employment as the town council town to hire clerks living outside the computed the pay to be $20 per hour, Agencies ?
may impose by resolution or or- city limits in an attempt to find Including use of her car. '
,'" dinance.' The resolution further qualified persons to fill the postion. The council demonstrated no Interest -
: ( states that the clerk may be removed in raising the basic wage, but ( (
; ( from office by a majority vote of Cable TV... agreed to pay Ms. Prescott 50 percent 7 b I \ I I : G.r r\L'L''kq. ';'' '" '. .
i('";,," !' the council, or be suspended. by the Tom Hulett, president of Bronson of the charge for turning wateron .+ M I "" _"_.1'i __ : nwnw
:,,;,;q-",;I .mayor. Cable Television,, for delinquent accounts. Under VZ! "'" l twritiMr wwrw '
," :( ;;,' ti' '.',,' Attorney Hobbs said the from posal to the council,, for providing certain circumstances, residents =i-s < .?' i < *H/'K'iVV-ft1/I
Iy i: ,, of the resolution was extracted cable TV to the town. ..' may be charged as much as $50 for
the city charter Council Chairman Gene Melvin turning water back on, following acutoff OeperlmanlaAlachua
Mrs. Thomas told the council that told Hulett that he did not want to for non-payment of water. Baker County'
> one set of city books have not been discuss the franchise until Attorney'Hobbs bills. Bradford County County a'j+ j: 'hv ''} suet rP
posted and/or balanced for a year, reviews the proposal and The council was told by' Clerk Cifua, County Oa ,,,,, 1 ,INIA.11 M/w
and the second set.is not up t /date.;; ,hakes a.recommendation, to the Thomas that she will be keeping the Clay County
An insurance policy may,have, council. Melvin, with agreement by ,city office open on Saturday morn Colombia County : ,
other council members, set a special ings, eliminating the need to Ms. ...r
'elapsed at the end of September j An pay Diiie County, .,
invoice for the premium stamped council meeting for Tuesday night,. Prescott $50 per month for the job. Duval County', City: Polio! Dpirtmnt. ..
"second notice" was reviewed for,, October 18, at 7:30: p.m., to discussthe Councilman A.B. Adams proposedthe Flaoler/ County AJachua' ', ''Jacksonville PurlGllchd.tCauny' AuthoritySheriff's
immediate payment by the council.',, proposal and possibly award. the city pay Clerk Thomas the $50' \Atl.ndcB.xh Jan J Beach: a.. '
r''' Minutes of council meetings for' franchise. formerly paid Ms. Prescott but the Hamilton County' Baldwon ,I JaspofJennings' ''t''',' a 1--.G A
prior several years are missing When asked about a prior proposal council declined to go along with the Hamando County 'BaI_"' i """""" + '
,- Y/I Mrs. Thomas told the council, and made by Friendship Cable Co.,some proposal. The city will pay, Mrs. ,Lafayette County ,BrantordBrooksville Lake CityLawtey na.. 'li .
minutes for the past fiscal year were, two months ago, Melvin said "We'' Thomas hourly wages for overtime. Levy County y } ,
never typed, according to Mrs,JenHiQ. couldn't come terms." work. Madison County Bunnall Live Oak ;;,; J e' 1rA ,,

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sharpens the academic skills. Mike .,. M -w
nuOT O\8UCATIOIt I i.nmu.no.w 2.0 or Plata Suwanee City Parry. '
will a legitimate shot at being a County
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IRADFORD XtJII't'Y' TELEGRAPH } 12 } 0 2 9 ia TaybrCouny Cross City 0 T10n1i Park r?}'
Ir Ttrrsity Marter and living up to the o .1l.ui o. Crystal River, .51 Augustine Bah ,
22-y a'iwoi lMbn!!)County;
ntial! he sh owed when\he-was the
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w o ch cr r ... .J" ....... Community Coll.a.l' .p,; t., .w. A
Beach WaldQGoIN.vlll.
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( Senior Patrick !Moore, the son of 135 W., Call Street Stance., !, 32091 'T Cake City Com.College r ; 1 .
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore, is new to L.-um..........__............,.,...,.,........G.N...._N.OCI..NO.............uM.-/, Green Cove Springs Webster Welaka' North Fla,Jr.CollegeSanta I ,,,_ "-
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; High-Q competition. Patrick's 135 W.IC.ll Street* Starttr, rl. 32091 Greenville, 'Whll.Springs Po"CollageJacksonville '
favorite subject is and he .. .,,, ,. '
English i MAMM wo eo i.in HAHIMO Aoo t of-" 'OfT"" .AMD HANAQINO t 01- MUST.SOrrrl.w Hampton Wildwood f
SL Augustine Vo-Tech / ,,
likes reading during his spare time. '%Man1..r r--Arr, Milliard Willislon I W Vo '
Returning juniors for the High-Q John ri. Killer <.' Bob g. r.rqu.on P.O.Prener A.. 'Starke, rl. 32091 Horsehoe Beach blacoocM. -T.ah,, r .G.w r
team are: Tom Bradford military .01______ .bitertachen, "/ 1' Correctional Aganolae P j
aircraft enthusiast son of Tim and Bob Q. TerguaonP.O.Dr.v r A. SterKe, Ft. 32091 Inverness, ,.(.1'4:' ,. 16 DOC Prisons ,, ; ,'
Carol Bradford; Chad Crafton, who _.01_._r__AAA.rI :' 'r', ', .. '. ':' 23 County Jails.!' ,, ,' ''t ;I ,
favorite subject is math, son of ..> '
Thomas and Crafton Billie ,, .
Judy ; '\ .' "'. '. "
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; .. BR a 3:Bo 1BT7. St.rl. ;:Fl. 32091st.rk.
June likes math ,and science; her .. .32051.OWMINO .
hobby is drawing. I. I
Juniors on the team who are ;

rookies are; Rusty Eberle,the son of __. MOT.A.IIL AGO OTNIGNCwGTT......... ON GORGING I.._.,OH MOMS Ot TOTAL For the last .41: : years BOB MILNER
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Donald and Ruth Eberle who likes GDI.TIaI1TMw M OTGel.."""OTOI.."___..r,

'math and computers, i and Kevin Putt MMGS COMflS. .TI MAILING. .DOS... has been on the road helping
Krack, a history enthusiast, who is ,
the son of Michael and Niza Edkin.
John Robbins, the comic-book collecting -, these agencies everyday.;
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son of Gilbert and Phyllis ro* r o ITOHOA HATO OtiMHAtlCHUMIDOUMtMO ,
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Robbins, heads up the list of return ,. '
ing sophomores on the team. Joel I. mQ
Caren. who likes bvtology and =:.!:':""= =- I 0 rAa"G 11"OGTM '==rr-rrrwr..r rr..r.XTMTMMAILe.r '*,***********,*

reading is the son of Pat Caren of ,'" DUOnAT1p1 ,:uIA01OC0r1'ictuw'! : oIui.m"'I..1''ta? ; '
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Brooker. Michael Becker who likes '
biology,< American history and A.TOTA4.lift TIT>IM.TNI-** nno 16" :BOB MILNER ,has' worked
; Latin, is the son of Judy Ann and nuOCWOUlATKM
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,: Leslee Becker of Lawtey. '
,', ', Other 'rookies on the team are: bur 1,3Z extensively in, the following: +'

':: freshman math enthusiast Matthew ft TOrM.MIOCMCUUnO -WMei-..l> '
I i', : Eunice, the son of Virgil and Linda 5464 "39 '
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t., Eunice of Starke; sophomore : IA1.Ua o01MwINlYT, .a"U'PMI-co.o- 69 64'
',' Patrick Hurst, who likeS biology, is ."a:roTAaol.T.auTe1l.r.rp, ','36277'''
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the son of ,Ann Hurst of Starke; .. '- Budgets'
,' freshman Sean' Jones who likes oonti.. -MOT-tMvraMuna....-.---- 50 50
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history, math, and baseball, is the enr --- ,
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Starke, and Rick Wlshart, the son of 5700 5746n
Stuart and Denise ,Wishart. who I--'MM TM Ta .TTT.wM '. "owl""' AMO TlTLA i Of IMTOA.fULMMM,......'II_.. awl. Mutual Aid Pacts between', ,,agencies'
likes computer graphics, swimming .e Teal.-anIM r- 1./1

and sleeping., .:-";. '....---1 Promotional, Boards
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/:;: .:.1 .:, FOR YOUR VOTE ,& SUPPORT! 'Y.1

.<" To you.440 wonderful people who voted '

: ," (/, ", ,: for me: It is a: great feeling to know ,.that I Bring This Professional' Experience

.' ':' '' have that friends & neighbors who ''
: ,, : many To Bradford County. .

y, ''showed confidence in me..''We, got .some '

,, 1 needed work done in District 3 -- ands :

,:. perhaps some ,.of ,it will continue.! Elect *


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'" worked so hard on my behalf: Sorry, we ,BOB',

: wereunsuccessful, -- but we ran a good race and have nothing to be r

: : .' ashamed of. I wilt always be grateful foryour 'support and friendship.' ,rMILNER

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; I "; v. hope that he does all. a good job for the next 4 'years.; Bradford County

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;:: .. To EVERYONE; I am"in the REAL ESTATE business, full-time..and v Sheriff

will appreciate' your calling 'me when you are buying or selling. '

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Grace Methodist Church Will. Observe,

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I"" ", been waiting and laboring for long seem to ,
have come at last," The Bradford County ,
MacKay Provides Courageous'I Telegraph reported in its issue of May 25,

1888. AL

Independent Voice 'in Congress The townsite of Lawtey had been laid out
In 1876, and lots were surveyed and being
sold by "The Chicago Colony""an intrepid ,
group ,of pioneers from the north who
undertook to build a 'town around the ,
'GOP Representative Cornelius volved in the legislative process. Mack nucleus of T.J Burrin's turpentine still :
McGillicuddy III using the adopted has been more of an ideological and sawmill operations on the railroad just
name of "Connie Mack' (borrowed for south of present Lawtey

obvious'reasons' from his famous spokesman. Lots were being sold, new settlers were
baseball,' mana er'grandfather' ) is try*, "MacKay came to Congress and coming In and everything Was going fine,

,Ing to discredit Buddy MacKay his made himself a player remarkably exceptthere was no church. And what is rTT
without a church?
a town
Democratic opponent in the U.S. Senate quickly and has' remained one, par-
issues. In Mack's On May 25, a small of citizens
.race, by' the tired old ploy of ticularly on budget group
case he has been more of a spectator... gathered at a meeting called by the Rev.
McCarthyism- you can't beat a man J.W, Stoney, presiding elder of the East
fair and square, just label him a and a cheerleader for the conservative Florida District St. Johns River Con- ,
"liberal" and you've got it made. group he belongs to.;,, he's been on' the ference of the Methodist Episcopal
fringes (of legislative action' Church. They voted to organize a
Such tactics speak volumes about Methodist Episcopal Church 'at Lawtey
Representative "Connie" Mack- Mack's record on conservation issuesis with 13 charter members Alexander W.
er.t.McGilhcuddy- was labeled rated the worst among Florida's Biddle and wife, Dora; William B Smith _

Cardboard Connie by his' opponent in ;21-member Congressional delegation, and wife' ,Elizabeth J.; Edward L Stafford
and 'wife, Rachel; John W. Bushnell and
and he has been tagged as one of the so-
the First Primary because of his refusalwas
wife, Elisa Benjamin; Alden and wife,
( he afraid?) to face Robert called "Dirty Dozen the 12 membersof Nancy; William B, Mixen and wife, Mary

(Bulldog) Merkle on the debating plat Congress with the worst environmental L.; and Mary Ott.

form, track 'records. He was' the only On Sunday, October 16, at their annual .. L
member' of the Florida delegation to 'Homecoming, ,members of Grace
Why he would have such fears is easily ,. -
support President Reagan's move in Methodist Church as it was named, will
comparison of the gather to. 'celebrate the founding of a
1986 to cut the EPA (Environmental
records' of MacKay and Mack duringthe Protection Agency) budget, and to slash church 'Lawtey's Noble Men",as they The Church As,It,Looked-in 1888, I
were called in a letter to the Telegraph
six that both have served ins
years the National Park Service budget to the ,dated January 3,1890
.. the U.S. House of Representatives. Sucha bone. He of only 12 "conser
was one
has been made Larry 'Church Site Donated shoulder to the wheel to help the church McDonnell 'former,"District
comparison by ,vatives" in ,the entire House of 'project. He donated $300 to the church Superintendent -
Lipman of the ''Cox News' Service'' who Representatives who voted to sustain Erastus G. Hill a leader in the Chicago. fund, a considerable sum in those days, as the main speaker,

says (and we'quote'.the'following exrcerpts Reagan's cuts. A particularly gross action Colony and chairman of the Town Trusteeshad and when the brick masons came to lay the After morning services, a covered. dish
) : of the just reported the sale of 54 lots in the foundation of the building, he and his wife dinner will be served in the church recreation
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representative environmentally
by a new community,and two of these were boarded them,,with no compensation.The building followed by a musical program
"Domestically, Mack has supported sensitive State of donated as the site for the church. entire community soon became In- at 2 p,m.,.presented by the church

President Reagan's attempts to cut into Florida Among Lawtcy's band of "Noble Men", volved in building the new church, which choir under direction of Laura Bryan.

federal social programs while MacKay' In regard to the "liberal" tag that William B. Smith was credited with being was to be used by other denominations, as Hostesses for the day will be dressed in

has .., supported the programs but Mack' is 'trying to, pin on MacKay, the instigator of the movement for a well as Methodists period costumes of the 1880-90 period, and
often 'not to the extent sought by Senator Albert Gore "That label church building and, although a cripple, he, WF.: Black' contracted to erect the all visitors and members of the congregation -
Democratic leaders 'says was described as 'an active, wide awake ''building, with the help of other carpentersand are urged to join in the spirit of the oc
just doesn't fit Buddy' He is well-known agent in the Lord's work". It was he who laborers, some of whom donated their casion by doing likewise.

"Democrat MacKay consistently throughout Washington as a leader of persuaded Rev. J,C. Bonnell to join the 'time. The cornerstone ,laying. ceremony', 'The pastor, Rev. James Thompkins,'
scored better among recognized groups the conservative-to-moderate wing of,' church building effort and become its first. was held In 1889.Anniversary. says the church building has been freshened -
concerned about the environment ''and the Democratic Party on fiscal matters, pastorwhen completed.. up for the occasion with a new coat of "
:
the lde ly""It'seems 'and has, really been courageous, ,.independent 'Another one of-the "Noble Men"" was Program paint and new carpeting. He is expecting a
voice for a responsible fiscal Alexander W. Biddle, who had come to, 'Sunday's 100th Anniversary observance ,large turnout of members and friends on
that Mack) : 'almost goes out policy.) Lawtey in 1888, built a home and.put his ..), ,will, begin at, 11. a.m. with Dr. Durwood this. historic occasion. '
,
of his way to ,vote against environmental '
,"Those of us from what we call the
protection, says Jim Maddy, direc- .. .r
tor of, the League' lof' Conservation New, South began ''looking ,to Buddy,

voters:! "Why'' would a congressmanfrom MacKay years ago, back' when he was Jf6 :Letters. : to the ':Editqr

the State ,of, Florida. : .against in the Florida Legislature.,He was part I
clean air?" of the new wave then that really helped ,. .
-, 'Create the moderate Democratic :J' Think : "
."Eric Shulman, legislative-director of mold Sen. Gore added. Before You 'Vote! '
,
,
the National Council of Senior Citizens, ,
said of Mack A member of Senator Sam Nunn of Georgia says national television.
: Congresswho Editor,Telegraph/ : more concerned with how many nuclear viewers on
can't see his way clear to vote at, that although'. Mack has accused citizens have weapons each side has and who is completely I can't help thinking that if Mr. Bush
As voters and we a tough i
least one time for the interests of senior MacKay of being weak on defense, the choice to make in the next four weeks.We dedicated to spending every cent of were, by some horrible mis-step of fate to
citizens is no friend of older Americans. 'candidate, from Ocala is really'' "very have to attempt to choose the individual ,OURS that he can get his hands on on even be elected our next President, that terrorists -
solid" on military. issues. "There are, best-suited for the top office In this coun- MORE weapons, like 'we don't already,. the world over,(will be sitting ink
"MacKay: has. been a leader of the vote try, the toughest job in'the world. Lei's '\h yei enough't *'destrey'eurenttr'er'soist! t tfpeipMdMieftacwtJflftighing like hyenas at
some Republicans'that absolutely '
moderate of 'congressional system; much less the enemy: A mart who the"American1 people for our incredible
wing think about this choice for a minute.
I blindlyfor 'anything anybody calls a puts arms far ahead of what should be his gullibility and stupidity. Can't you just imagine
Democrats. Although he' 'hasn't sup ''weapon..I don't think that's the,way you We are not only picking the man to sit in PRIMARY goal as a human being and as a their conversation: "Hey do you
ported Reagan as often as Republican, the Department of Defense or the White House, we are choosing the one Presidential candidate: the welfare of think the Americans will really go for our
members, he generally has been more manage ,person to represent us in the eyes of the every man,woman,and child in the United dealarms for hostages? They can't be
supportive than'' most liberal South improve our national security, Senator, rest of the world. If you've ever been States;'that we each have enough to eat, that stupid again!" "Sure they can. They
members. He has Nunn saidWhen overseas, you know that the citizens of the an adequate roof over our heads and 'elected Reagan and Bush, didn't they?"
Florida
delegation
rest of the world judge us by who sits up medical care?' '
,necessary this
MacKay'ssolid let's think about
to Buddy America
compared Come ,
,
tried to strike a balance on budget ,there in the White House and what sort of '
issues by calling for limited domestic record 'of voting and accomplishments they perceive him to be. Do we really want this man' who has. really hard. Do we want a man like
person
been a contributor to running the national Michael Dukakis who really cares about
it is to how
spending cuts, some defense cuts, and easy see Now,.do we REALLY want a man who budget deficit up to triple Its amount of each one of us as a fellow American per-
some tax increases..<. seeking a middle Bob Merkle arrived at his nickname for claims to be a "supportive teamplayer"who eight years ago? A man who has shown us, sonally and who is willing to fight for our
ground between Democratic House, Mr.. Mack"Cardboard Connie".., or was "in on everything", except whenit 'BEFORE he even officially received his rights and freedoms and quality of life?

leaders and Republican conservatives.: perhaps we should saYthe Tissue Paper came to actually deciding things? A man' party's nomination, that he is going to continue Or do we want another Reagan, who Is
who, more than any other in this country. to make the WORST choices
possible
show
in Tiger. concerned only with making a good
has been "
MacKay more intimately
was ultimately responsible for decisions. when it comes to the "!'good of the
made in the country's "war on drugs",but American people" by choosing as his running and his own personal glory'lI
who dealt intimately with a known drug mate Danny QuaYle an individual who believe we can do a lot better than Bush
dealer and criminal (Noreiga)? ;A man seems to be suffering from some sort of and Quayle. Michael Dukakis is who we
Petition Seeks to Bring .. who refuses to disclose his decisions that identity crisis (not seeming to be able to'' desperately need now, Let's not fail
affect us all and that might yet be shown to differentiate between himself and the late ourselves again.
I. ( have even, more disastrous and far- President John F. Kennedy, and who gave D.-Wilson
.''Sunshine' to ,:Legislature, reaching' consequences than, we have ,an extremely childish, petulant showing of ''Box 1374,Starke
already seen? A man who is so obviouslyAn himself| in front of hundreds of millions. of



Petitions are being circulated to place legislative meetings'' and requires Mark Open Randall Letter Hersey to Here'sOne: for'Bush I
the Florida Legislature under the same
member votes to be recorded.
)
meetings and records laws that Editor, Telegraph:' Editor.Telegraph: ed to have to protect ourselves and family
public ,
The present plan is to :obtain the In response to the things your liberal- ''and doesn't believe in prayer in schools.,
applies to county and municipal govern; in time to'' I'm writing in response to the letter you minded letter writer said last week about Mr Bush, in turn, believes in prayer In'
'ing bodies and most state,agencies also. necessary 450,000 signatures printed from Mark Randall Hersey.' Mr. Bush I'll just say "I guess it takes all schools, is for the death penalty for drug

State Senator Patricia (Pat) Frank hold a referendum on the proposed : Our home was burglarized during the kinds to make the world go'round".Thank kingpins,against abortion and gun control.;
amendment in the 1990 General Election last week of August and everything of God, there's more of our kind than there is,
of Tampa, who gave up her legislativeseat the of his. There is only one good man running, so
Organizations supporting value that husband and I WORKED for
my decide which one he is.
for the U.S. you
to run (unsuccessfully) I signature drive are the League of and did without to have was stolen.The on- But the scary thing about this Is one of
.Senate, .is' spearheading the drive now Women Voters, Common Cause,and the, ly thing that we could afford to do for THEM is ,running for President of the P.S. How about 'giving us the address
under way by ,the, Florida Sunshine Florida Press Association. recreation was to go'fishing and every United States, Liberal-minded Michael where we can. get Bush signs, as you did
; of we owned was for Dukakis?
Committee.. piece fishing equipment I Dukakis- who openly and unemotionally]
Spreading the sunshine to include the stolen, among other things. supports abortion even as a means of birth Bruce Mattox
The Florida 'Le&is'lature 'passed, the' ,Legislature should help prevent such I'd like you readers to just guess who my control (if the woman chooses) could one Crosby Lake

Sunshine Law'in '1976 but the' debacles as the out of the sunshine neighbor west 'You guessed itMark Randall day be President? (Editor's ,Note: Information on 'BUSh

lawmakers exempted themselves from meeting of a legislative clique over beer Hersey I, ,This same man would choose what kindIF signs, etc., may be obtained from Ben
its provisions.' Apparently what's sunshine and pizza to plot' the' passage of the Between Us,my'husband and I have four' ( ANY) of firearms we should h*,allow.! Holtzendorf r 9647961.)
for the goose 'is not necessarily'' nefarious sales tax on services;'which kids.. Mr. Hersey, I'd like you to know that'
sunshine for the gander was quickly repealed due to the outcryof I'm trying to figure out a way to have
'
enough extra money to get each of them Frustrated and '
public Confused I Ior'
'The proposed 'constitutional amend-, opposition. something for Christmas. .

ment would ensure 'that citizens have ''At least, the voters''deserve the rightto ,Due to. medical bills without'insurance, M '

the right to observe any meeting of the express themselves on extending the our bills are more than our income. I'd like I Editor,Telegraph; truth comes when we try to rely'on the:
Legislature and"meeting" is defined as Sunshine Act to cover legislative action, you to know that we're not out thieving. 'The more rhetoric I listen to regardingthe candidate's past records and stands. Certainly -'
two or more members getting together' 'as well as other governmental entities.A Our kids are doing Without things they presidential elections the more confused there is more "ammunition"
to agree on any' formal action./ also bit more sunshine would, be a want while we're trying to get back on our and disgusted I get) against Bush, because he has been in a

provides for public notice of: ,all welcome, change; i in legislative halls. feet., nerve" that Last week's editorial regarding"image- 'more Dukakis.public We, .more know visible and are position constantly than
You have the somebody
say making" certainly hit the nail on the head. bombarded with all the "mistakes" Bush
needs to help you. Buddy, you got yourself What it all boils down to isthe candidateswe ,has made. Dukakis, on the other hand,has
,, New Forestry Service Number' hooked on these off them drugs! so it's up to you to are trying to form an opinion about certainly made his share of "mistakes",'
get yourself may or' may not be presenting a true, 'though they may not be as visible to us asBusb's.
You said that lou'uSed $150 per day on straight-forward picture of himself. .
The Florida Division of Forestry Station on Highway 100 West has a new toll the iso ,
crack. Why didn I you use $ per day' Perhaps the candidate we are sizing up is
t free number, replacing the old number, 964.5436, which is still listed in the current for In a drug treatment
to stay
f pay your. only a figment of some public relations Well,now that I have aired my complete
telephone book. facility? person's mind I How can anyone possibly frustration and confusion on this matter of,

new'number 1-800-327-6752.. When our home was robbed, we had just form an intelligent opinion of someone who ,I,, grave importance I think I will vote for:
The paid .an Interest payment on our truck doesn't really exist.,. except in an image- GARFIELDI He seems to be the only one'
because we didn't have the money to make maker's! dreamt I who puts on no airs, says as
the full payment for the first time. Don't he sees them, and makes no promises!

,you think that we'd have sold our belong- Therefore,the next obstacle in our quest A Confused: Voter
.RADFORD
P-tD, COCl. ings ourselves if they didn't mean
anything to us? ,(

liligrttpqI : If you were a decent person, you'd tell
1 the authorities where all the items are that
I N you stole and just maybe somebody would
OC. O H get back something that they treasured for
I ICe a.MRGUSON JOHN M. MIUIRPhon more than its monetary value.

'" ION Pu....;. ..... Merry Christmas to you Mr. Hersey. If
J Published each Thursday and entered on Second Class Matter at you are the one who robbed our home, then
the Post Office at,Stake. Florida, under Act of March 3. 1879. you are the one who robbed our kids of u .
," Merry Christmas
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HAMPTON IIILITES 'October. it: HIM TFl.ht.I'It: : Page s,\,
St. Edwards News

By Dolores Meng Respect Life...
Phone,488-1 1.IS .
.
iOn Sunday bet. 2, Parish .. i''

Victory. Baptist... representatives of the St. Augustine r." r- ,...,- '::: .B)
Diocese
!
On Oct. 16 were commissioned as + 1
Sunday Victory Bap- Respect' Life workers. The ;.
tist ) be
Chapel will constituted to
ceremony was held at the Cathedral
become Victory Baptist Church: Basilica of St. Augustine. .
Pastor Bob Cooper will preside' Bishop John ..1." Snyder was '..J. "f:' '4 '
the ceremony to be held at 2 p.m. assisted with the Liturgy by 1 ,I' I. I .
; Respect .. '=.
i
Preceding the celebration a Life Director, Father Edward .' i ., .. !
covered dish dinner will be servedon Booth and parish priests. "):: ( .
the grounds beginning at 12:30: Mrs. Janet McClellan presented _- J .. i: '.......-. ,.. ".." G "r:' ;; I<
"
,p.m. The public is invited to the din- parish representatives including 01' .1; I .; L\
ner and constitution Mrs... ''.
ceremony. Sallye Scoggins.'i: the '
St. Ed- '
.,\.. ;, ';", ward's Respect Life ) ; .,\IA
Representative.
Prevatt "iJ.I. ; .1' / ". .r
Family Reunion..
'( (/," ''j, Respect Life Banners lined the'' f :
Charles Prevatt of New York City ,';j' :; I' walls of the cathedral. Among them y .'
spent the weekend with his mother //j ''was the Banner of 'rose colored ; '
who celebrated her 85th birthday on ... material made by Mrs. Scoggins. it TG&YMcCrory's
}
Oct. 3, and his sister Marcelline } was centered with an adult hand .
Campbell who had an Oct. 4 birth reaching out to a child's hand, and
day. On Sunday, they attended the inscribed with Respect Life, St. Ed- US 301 South Bradford Square Shopping,Center Starke ;

Prevatt Family Reunion at iwlll4)Hs.., ward's, Starke. This, banner now
Goldhead Branch State Park. Angela stands in the sanctuary of St. Ed
and Kelly inn _. ward's Church. GATOR .
Report''Cards..., SchlosserCIemTo Representatives were presented HEADQUARTERS .1

Report cards 'for the first six with Certificates and Respect Life .
weeks grading period were sent Exchange VowsMr. Pins. Following the ceremony
home with students on Tuesday, the refreshments were served.'Accompanying (
&: Mrs. Pete Schlosscr of For the ::
same day at school pictures were Starke announce the engagementand Mrs. Scoggins were her husband Entire Family ( j
Randy and children and
made approaclTmg marriage of .their Erik. April ,
'
daughter, Angela Marie Schlosser \1
Carnival Plans.. to Karl Kelly Clem son of Mr. & Altar Society Stop by and Get Yours 7P: :
The annual Hampton' PTO carnival Mrs. Alvin Sweat of Starke. '
scheduled for Friday Oct. 28 The bride-elect is a 1987 graduate; Plans Bazaar 'w
adds another interesting feature this of Bradford High. The groom Is a Mrs. Antoinette Coss j>r<* d/sl'ltt l ,. :for the Saturday Game , _
:year. Beginning at 9 a.m.a yard sale 1984 graduate of Bradford High and the meeting of St. Edwir< Allot : /;' : .
will be held on the school grounds. is employed by Twin fop Society held in the parish hull I IM. 5. -: ; ''' :

This feature will conclude at 1 p.m. Automotive of Lake Butler Bazaar chairman S.ililyc.'it'CI/ ).:. \ ,.
Clothing will not be accepted due to The wedding will be Saturday) -, fins; outlined plans for I the 21111111:1): ) ; Car Tags Socks r '
lack of space; however good usable tober 15 at 7:30: p.m., in Norlhside Edward's Parish Ba/iar In IK-. "'C rre
household items, tools toys or anti- Baptist Church of Starke. held at the parish grounds on' Salur/ '. Sun Glasses ,1' .J Caps -...- .
ques will be welcomed. Volunteer Angela and Kelly extend an invitation day, Nov, 5. The 'Holiday In the ': : '-. Blankets ,
help for this or other booths which to all friends and relative to at- Country' theme will feature craft ,\ t : :-. Shirts : .
,
open at 5 p.m. will be appreciated. tend. A reception in the fellowship items, baked goods spaghetti dinners < I '.- Cups :'1 : ':''; Visors ,E r.. .:1

Tickets are being sold for prizes to hall will be held immediately; .follow. ;'\, white elephants and other '. I ."
be given. ing the ceremony booths. Among prizes to be given Mugs Sweats "
will be a handmade afghan, and -'Shorts i zJ ",,1; :\ '
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New Arrival..<.: cash gifts: T-Shirts. .r

James and Marlene Glad'ieux of Mrs. Viola, Lefebvre was named Wallets .,
Summerville S.C. proudly announce, 'an honorary altar :society member yT
the arrival of their son, Brien Fran- by Mrs. Coss in recognition of her' I r..
cis Gladieux. He was born in Sum PHOTOORAPHY'By many years of service to the church., "1 : '

merville on Sept. 23. weighing 10 lb. Cathy V/ooley She was presented with a bouquet of .. '' F.S.U.FANS .,,
1 oz. He joins his sister. Tiffany roses by the'hostess. 'Mrs. Sophie ':" ,..' .1,
(
Kara, four years old. 964-4151- 964-60Q6 Kimutis, who also served an ice' ,.

Paternal grandparents are Weddings, EngagementsA cream roll cake with lighted ". W.h ave. T-Shirts ,' ,' ,I
Domenica Gladieux of Lawtey and candles. Mrs. Gerri Phillips also \ : '" '
.
t ( the late Francis. Gladieux. Great- nnive rsa rleft served as a hostess following the' & 'Tank for You! ..
grandmother is Mae Logan of Swan- Call for Free Consultation, meeting Tops
ton, Ohio. e Members were invited to attend
Maternal 'grandmother'' is the Fall Gainesville Deanery
Marcelline Campbell of Hampton: .meeting to be held Oct. 27 at St.
Great-grandmother. is Clifford. Philip Nerl Church in Hawthorne'
.. .J;>Prevatt, Hampton. '

THANK, YOU: .. .

WISE UP TO
,. My si.ncere'apprecia '
Mt.. Pisga'h'Appreciation { KAHLUA SMART BUYSEVERYDAY :.. / .
tion for your vote"and '
Program MVOMTU ,
in the 1st & l
Mt. Pisgah A.M.El'will;' behaving } support u AT JAX!

.... an appreciation program' their ,2nd primary.Mitchell .
pastor Rev. Samuel Sullivan on October >.>! 1199 Pike Begin
}
16 at 3 p.m. Thurs, Oct.13th Thru a
Guest for this occasion Brown
speaker DEKUYPER
Wed.Oct.19th.At Our
..will be Rev. Gregory .0. llaile. FLAVORED 1
Everyone is invited. Y Thanks Again i 1L' 1 SCHNAPPS Starke & Macctenny..
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Denise Gissy Honored aMiss t Bridesmaids Luncheon DonlelMartn'.Reci.tal. !

OLIVER/ ..yter Denise Cluy; bride-elect o(, upstairs outside deck and was Saturday Evening. ,
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Lonnie Cahoon and her ttendanta' decorated were honored at a Bridesmaid' colors matching her china selec- ,t ': Daniea'D... Martin, organist at
s' Ticket are beginning to, sell rapidly JOT the Luncheon on Saturday Oct. 8. tion. The table arrangement was (' : Riverside Baptist Church. Jackson

Bradford Community Player latest production, The Officers' Club at Camp BLan- presented to the bride as a momento ... ville, will present a recital In the
1 OLIVER, which will open at the/ Starve Golf ond : ding was the setting for this lovely'' of the occasion. church sanctuary on Sunday even-'
Country Club on October *). !j affair which included the bride's Hostesses for'' this special event ... L 1 tag, Oct. 16 at 6:30: p.m.
1 d Dates for the Dinner Theater wilt be October t mother Mrs. Joe Gissy and the were Mrs. DeRitch Green, Mrs. ....., .. Mr. Martin holds a Bachelor of
,,1 )J, JJ, H and 29. performances.. o/ the play groom's mother Mrs. Lonnie Glen Harris. Mrs. John F. Mitchell 1. Arts degree in Music from Jacksonville
'! onlji will be held Sunday Oct a at Z p.m. and Cahoon, Jr., of Cantonment Fl. Ms. Kathy Norman,. and Mrs, University and has been
Thursday. Oct. *7 at I p..... The U-shaped lnbl* fiiw'd thc George Winkler. organist at Riverside Baptist;'since

\ OLIVER features of our local: children and .... September of 1986.
.... The recital which will include
more than 25 adult Audience will thrill to the
haunting strains of "Boy For Sale": "Wh r H VFW Post selections from composers Including
Lovef" and HA' Long At He Need Mq". Toe Operating B oth>> at Festival Vierne, Howells and Bach is free
will tap to "You've Got to pick a Pocket orTwo The Bradford County Memorial Committee= Chairman for this and open to the public.
/" and "Conldr/ Youre/( \ Join in the VFW Post 1016 will be operating a event is the Post Chaplain Cecil Refreshments will be served follow
festivities on "Oom-Pah.Poh"" and sympathize dessert booth at the Starke Arts Wheeler (964-2296) or Joe Daniels ing the concert. ,
with Fagan a* he U 'Reviewing the Situation". Festival on Oct. 19-16. The Post is be ((964-8501) or David Barber Daniel D. Martin Martin Is also directing the musicin
The rotate- OUVER hat made this one oftht' ing sponsored by the Tackle Box. Lil (964-5705). the play OLIVER to be performedfor
I tot beloved Musicals/ ever (o hit Broadway. Skeeter's, Bradford Motel and This\ will be this Post's first fund Starke the next two weekends at the

Ticket for the Dinner Theater and Play can be Ralph Donations Bryan from Realty.all post members' raising event and with the support of Country Club.

purchased at Santa Fe Community College orMitchell' 'of pies cakes cookies, cupcakes, all the members it will be a sue Dr. Jimmy Johnson
cessful Baked will .
one. goods
Drug Start or can be delivered to you brownies etc., are.requested. Just a gratefully be other Discusses CATSCANDr. Kelly Trio Appearing
':" by '14-8310'or"4.498. With 41 accepted by
calling cat few members,can't do everything '
I member helping with ticket sale, the limited your support l Is badly'needed. citizens also. So if you have a Jimmy Johnson will speak At Starke ChurchThe
favorite bake
eating I I. expected to tell out rapidly. Stop by or down!recipe, it and bring it about CatScans at the Hospital Aux- sinelng' Kelly' Trio ''from

/""'. call for thll..o.on'your ticket early musical.to Insure you'll be able on Come one, come all,,. and come iliary meeting on Monday, Oct..17'at KeUyvUle': West Virginia will be
to see Methodist Fellowship Hall.
." .' Mrs. Sharon Norman hungry! ministering each evening October
The dinner is $4, dutch-treat and 17-22 through song at the Starke
Shower HonoreeOn '. will begin at 6 p.m. Church of God on N. St Clair St.'
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Sunday afternoon, Sept. 25. The Kelly singers are very
COMMUNITY
Mrs. Sharon Norman was honoredwith NEWSThe dedicated and anointed singers.
'; : a stork shower at the home of Greater Allen AME Church .' Pastor John P Spratlin invites
.tOOMqR w Mrs. Linda Frohock in Tallahassee. will be celebrating its 78th and the O.E.S. 224 To Have everyone to,worship with us each
1 : m.w' After visiting with the Pastor's Anniversary on Friday, Covered Supper evening at 7:30 p.m.
w Sharon opened her many useful Oct. 14, 7:30: p.m. and Sunday, Oct. Dish KNOW :
DID
gifts. The guests were then Invited 16 at 11 a.m. The'' OES 224 will be having a YOU ?
into the beautifully decorated dining At 3 p.m. on covered dish supper on Saturday, Cecelia Terwillegar is in North
Southside area where they were served a Fabulous White Singersyi of Jacksonville Oct. 15 at 1 p.m. Fla. Regional Hospital undergoing
Elementary Carnival... variety of refreshments. will be featured in concert at All Master Masons and their extensive tests. She is a patient of
Many'exciting plans are underway for the annual Halloween Carnival The mother-to-be was presentedwith Allen Chapel. Everyone is Invited. families are invited. Dr, John Andrews' and Dr.. RichardH.
at Southside Elementary School. Mark your calendar now and a crib gym as a momenta of the, Cunningham.
plan to attend the fun-filled event on Saturday, Oct. 22 beginning at 4. occasion. Among the guests were
p.m. -' several out-of-town relatives and I for:the and that .
Several new attractions have been added this year, including: the ,friends. am deeply appreciative support votes
mysterious fortune teller, Madam Fronia. and the authentic
gypsy
Moon Walk a. large "tent" made for jumping and bouncing; and I lots of you, gave ,by electing me your Republican 'State.
funl! .Gissy-Cahoon ,
.Dinner'w111 include your' choice of chicken and" rice* chili hang To Wed Oct. 22 Committeeman..
oj' burgers or hot dogsl! Plenty of after-meal snacks are promised, too. ; .,
like Funnel Cakes, popcorn, candy and homemade goodies from the The wedding of Denise Maria ''i. :
Country Store) Gissy and Lonnie Ernest Cahoon, III : :/\t: :\ :: '.
Tickets will be on sale in the office at the school the week of Oct. 17. will be held Saturday Oct. 22. There : '; "
The price for tickets purchased in advance is 5 for $1. Tickets may be will be a'lawn wedding at 6 p.m. at '. '. ''';'''(\11'' II' ,
purchased at the carnival for $.25 each. Everyone in the area is encouraged the home of her parents, Mr. & Mrs. "'' ''' ':;< : :' ';''' '
to pack! up the family and come spend an enjoyable evening Stare Gissy. at 1412 Debra Street in THANK: YOU !! ', .
,with the .children parents and teachers of, Southside. Elementary, ,
School. All friends of the families'are invited
to attend. A reception at the
Lawtey Community School Carnival..., new KOA recreational building will ,

'The carnival at Lawtey School.will also be held Oct'.'22. The menu be held following the ceremony.. .I Ben H'oltzendorf

will offer smoked or fried mullet, complete with all the trimmings.This ,'I
year's carnival will include the ever-popular bingo, haunted .
house, country store dragon crawl fish pond, duck pond cake walk, '
pastry booth and of course, the concession stand.
UDC, Weeks ChapterWill I
Hampton Elementary Carnival... Meet MondayThe

Hampton will behaving its annual Halloween Carnival'on Friday W.T Weeks Chapter of the
Oct. 28 from 6-9 p.m.:' UDC will meet at the Bradford
''Prizes being given away in the drawing will be a112/ ga: shotgun; Famioy Restaurant on Monday Oct. P.S. I Would also appreciate your vote and support .for
19" portable color TV and $50 cash. Hampton Elementary students are' 17 at 11 a.m. Dutch-treat lunch will
,eligible to win a scooter. follow the meeting. County Commissioner, District 5 on November 8. 'MPOIM1tf .
A new feature this year is a yard sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., on the
school grounds. This will feature good, usable household items tools,
toys, or antiques. Come enjoy,


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Church. News-.,..

Homecomlng'Sunday NOTICE OF RE-BID

At Kingsley Lake The Bradford County Board of County Commissioners '

Homecoming Sunday Oct.'18, will will, open sealed bids on Wednesday,

be Baptist.a special Church.event.at Rev KingBley, ;Winston lke;, November 16; 1988, at 7:30 p.m., In the County

'i. Butler,; Pastor...of 'First 'Baptist Commissioners Room at: the Bradford County f
Church of' Keystone Heights, and .1 Courthouse, Starke, FL., for a NEW BOOKMOBILEfor ,II
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Moderator' of New River Baptist 1 '
.Assn.:,will be guest speaker t the Bradford County Public Library' Depart- I
Following the morning..service. fj r yc ment.
there will be dinneronthegrounddor
everyone. Special music, in the
>auditorium will follow lunch.' For' copies of the specifications 'or any ques
Everyone Is invited to share In this tions this bid Ms.'
the Kingsley Lake regarding please contact
Baptist Church folks at 6289 Mary .Suzanne Crum, Director of Public Library at ((904))

Dot Lake.Lanee Revs(Hwy Ed Kirkland 16) 'at Kingsley is, the 964-6400 or Mrs. Esther B, Ellerson, ,County

t 1 pastor: Finance Director at ((904)), 964-6280. ,. Ext. 250.


Beulah Baptist, 4, THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERSRESERVE

Homecoming SundayBeulah THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND ALL
pr PROPOSAL OF BIDS FOR' THE NEW BOOKM-
Baptist Church .(located
approx. 8 miles South of Mid- MOBILE.
dleburg) will be having its
,;. Homecoming Services this. Sunday.
,' Oct. 16. LAWRENCE MOSLEY GILBERT S. BROWN, .
The day will begin 'with Sunday CHAIRMAN Clerk to the Board
School at 9:45: a.m.;followed b'y mor-
ning worship at 11 a.m. Dinner on Dressed. for the Festival... Board of County Commissioners
the grounds will begin at 1 p.m. SUrte Junior Wom T.dub member hn been busy setting ready for the Third Annual Stark Festival of the Conrol0880,
1 A gospel sing will be held after Art but took a moment to pose for the photographer In their Turn.of the Century"eo tu_ 2tchg tO/13-20
lunch with the Weeks Family. from left to right In the photo Cathy Wooley Tracy Well.' ,Heidi Mla and Lorna Reddlnh.,
: Everyone Is Invoted by Pastor Paul

Estes to attend this special day. DAR Program Aims to Unite European Countries. SU-EL'S RETIREMENT HOME


Pleasant Grove The Col.Samuel Elbert Chapter of so they' appear less. violent and ag Christmas gifts were gathered for '
Observes Dual Day the NSDAR, met Monday Oct. 3, at gressive. 'children at Tamassee School in ACLF-ADULT CONGREGATED LIVING FACILITY
"Oual'Day" the home of the Regent, Mrs. J.D. Chaplain >'Mr ,H.nrv Williams, South Carolina, a iichooi sponsored CERTIFIED NURSING AST. CPR
Sunday, Oct. 16 will be Henderson, Jr., in Keystone.Mrs. gave the worship program and conducted by the DAR. The school cafeteria '
at Pleasant Grove United the ritual. Mrs. Henderson there burned recently and .a, con &
Methodist Church.,Women will be in Lucille Starnes, National conducted the business meeting' und tribution was !sent to .help. in .the FIRST AID TRAINED STAFF
'charge of the 11 a.m. service, with Defense: Chairman, spoke to the gave a report on the Mayors' Proclamations rebuilding l
speaker, Mrs. Nellis Moore of group on an idea being discussed to received from the: '
Greater> Bell' United Methodist unite the European'countrlt's.. Mayors ,of .Jacksonville, Atlantic Social' hour followed and,
Brooker. Dinner in the refreshments were nerved! by tho
Church of Hopeful signs can be seen from the Beach and Jacksonville Beach endorsing '
church annex will follow the 11 a.m. reorganization plans being carriedout Constitution.Week.' hostess.
service. in Russia.Oftentimes the USA IS'
1 Men will be in charge of the 2 p.m. pictured as a murderous nation.to
service. Speaker will be Rev. David countries abroad, because our
Edwards, Jr., Pastor of Pleasant media reports everything to the LAWTEYELECTION .
Grove and Greater Bell. :The public world.Other countries do not have :. (i r

is. invited to attend. the open media coverage we have 1988' ',"




Tina's THANKYOUFor 1 : '; ,;: 'Election Day: December 6, 1988. ':' .- t ,

Slate'of' Officers:
I'' BeautySaConHaircuts '; Electing Me Your Councilman ,Group 2, GROUP HOME AMBULATORY SENIOR

RepublicanState Councilman Group 4 ADULTS REASONABLE RATES

.......$6.00 DAY CARE AVAILABLE FOR ELDERLY' ALONG WITH
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Peltm'wave.$25; Committee! Woman Qualifying: Noon October 17 WEEK LONG TERMS'24 HR..SUPERVISION; ,1,

Thank.you...,. ... to Noon,Octobers '1988 A'Country" Atmosphere with (a Home Type Setting.
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964-2864 Books Close November 4. 1988 Planned Activitiesl". !
Harriette Holtzendorf tot
Sue Walker 1 .mile South on Sf Rd.Phone .
3 1/2 mils out 301 N.
Pd Pol Ada AOa'o's
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325. Hampton; FL

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,PUBLIC ,NOTICENOTICE


YOU OF ,BUDGET HEARING:

1988-1989, BUDGET



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The City of Lawtey has tentatively:, adopted a budget for'Fiscal

To A County that Gives You 79/. of its year 1989.,- A public hearing to make a FINAL I DECISION on the (

budget was held on September 20, 1988 at.Lawtey: City Hall"'at
.Vote in the First Primary? '
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The following is a summary of theCity: of Lawtey-Budget. .for

Fiscal 30. '1989. '. : '
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PROVIDE ADDITIONAL CLASSES,,Of NOTICE OF INTENTIONT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD
I COMMERCIAL ASSESSMENTS; TO REGISTER JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of FLORIDA, IN AND COUNTY:
PROVIDING FOR INSTALLMENT PAY. FICTITIOUS NAME FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. GENERAL: FLORIDAPROBATE DIVISION

MENT OF ASSESSMENTS IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES PURSUANT ta section 863.09.; Florida JURISDICTION DIVISION ,, FUe Number 8B-B7-CP!
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Statutes, notice It hereby given that the IN -= Of' .' :" .
CHANGING I>
THE LEHMANMOtTlMarCOR-1PORATlON
DEFINITION OF undersigned,SHIOWMAV CHERN BOO N,' SHEARSON "WfLIIr topGAN IRAIKf't(:1, ,,J,.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE n1 Horn. Security. 718 W. 'Mark.t' '"DELINQUENCY) HENS Temple A..... Starve.; Fla. 12091 soleOwner l>acaa..... .' .' '" '
Nolle I is hereby given thai (I" Stark, Fla. '33091, Intends to EMPOWERING DIRECTOR OF ZONING doing "butlnest under the firm, Plaintiff NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
*.ddl h. at sheriff of Bradford .. laid fictitious nom.'under the .TO COLLECT ASSESSMENT FOR NEW OR name of CHINA GARDEN. BOO N.Temple v* The administration of the ettate of
Florida under and by "''rt,,. of .* .tatu'.. CHANGED PARCELS FOR PARTIAL YEAR; .Ave.* Starke, Fla MOT.. Intendt to MARK A.'STIVERS., el ol... ,Wiley Morgan Bradley. Deceased File
Execution to wit Dated this 22nd day of September, I'READOPTING BALANCE OF 87-4, PROVIDING regltter, told fictitious name under the Defendants. Number 88-r7-CP. I It pending In the Cir
Execution issued out of Circuit In,Bradford County, AN EFFECTIVE DATE. aforesaid ttatute.i NOTICE OF ACTION cuit Court for
Bradford Florida
County
of Bradford County, Florida 9/29 4lpd 10/20 Sold contemplated Ordinance may fee" i Dated this 28th day of September, TO; MARK A. STIVERS and. Probate Division,the address of which I I.
a Final Judgm.nt for JOSEPH J, Control 0861 Inspected by the public at the office of 1988, In Bradford County. CANDI I. STIVERS 943 North Starke',
AND WILLIAM DRUM ,and the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Bradford Control 0867 904 Young Circle Florida. Tempi Avenue ,
and addressesof
32091) The
PRESTON E. DRIVER, d/b/a NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 'County Courthouse, Starke, Florida during 4tpd 10/6-27 Rldgecrett. CA 93555 the name and the
RANCH defendant, 'In the REGISTER the regular business hours of 8 A.M, -'---. ---_. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for personal representative'
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$'$14.5OO together with costa of FICTITIOUS NAME to 5 P.M.. Monday through Friday, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR-BRADFORD foreclosure of Mortgage on the .follow. Mt personal forth blow tatlve'8. attorney art
tion.Have Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida All Interested parties may appear at COUNTY, FLORIDA ing described property: '.. All .
seized and hove 'In my .., notice It hereby given that the aid meeting and. be heard with respect PROBATE DIVISIONFILE That portion of SE 1/4 of SI4! of SE'' file with Interested person are required ta
glen the following described DEAN O'NEAL,. ".0' thereto. NO.88-7S-CP((1.3954)) 1/4 lying East of Seaboard RR running THS OF THE this court,WITHIN THREE MON
property to-wit: ,"'" lake Drive, Starke, Fl. 3201 Doted this 4th day of October 1988. IN RE: ESTATE OF North and South of Section I.. FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
-16 "hortet owner, doing business under Ihe BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS CORA LEE WILLIAMS, Township 5 S, Range 22 E,Deed look 65. NOTICE: ((1)) all claim against the estate
-2) bridle! name of SOUTHERN PRIDE BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. Deceased age 203 public. record of Bradford) and (p) any objection. by an Interested
-6 toddle. eliO kin,II., Lak. Drive,, Gilbert S. Brown Clerk NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe County Florida less portion conveyed by person en whom this notice was **rved
-23 blanket ., Fl. 12091), Intend to register told Control 0877 administration of the estate of Quit-Claim Deed to State of Florida that challenges. the validity of the will
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-I I breast bo..d'29' -.- name under the aforesaid 2tchg 10/6-13 Coro Lee Williams/ Deceased File recorded In Book 74, page 335. the qualification. of the personal
halter totute.Dated. .b. Number 88-73-CP, (1-J3954)) I I. pending Alto' described a* that port of the SE representative'" ,venue, or jurisdiction of
-12 lead rope thl. 3rd day October, 1988, In, NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO the Circuit Court for Bradford County; 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section the court. ,
-1 box misc.llon.ous'stirrups, County. REGISTER Florida Probate Division, the address of, 14, Township 55, Range 22 E, Bradford, All CLAIMMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
'bits Control 0871 which I I. P.O. Drawer B. Starke. Florida County, Florida lying East of the SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
FICTITIOUS NAME
-1 portable building appro '. 4tpd 10/6-27 32091 The name and address of the per Seaboard Coast line Railroad and Northof Publication of this Notice hat begup
Pursuant '
to Section 865 09, Florida
-I Kor>. trailer. Bonanza ./ "." Statute sonal representative and of the personal SR C-125 and being more particularly on October. 13, 1988.,
notice It hereby given that theundertlgned
A* the property of the above ,AUCTION NOTICE KEN SUTTON. Rt. ". Bon representative attorney. ore set forth described as follows, Personal Representative.:
d.f.ndont and that on Monday, NOTICE It hereby given that on Mon- tll, Starke, Fla., 12091, tole owner, do- below. Commence at the SE corner of Section Virginia" v. Bradley
day of October 1988 at two a' October 27, 1988 at 10:00 a.m., the Ing business under the firm name of interested persons are required/ ,14, Township S S, Range 22 E, Bradford P.O.: Box 103
said the the. Inc., file with the court WITHIN THREE MON Hampton. Fl. 32044
day on premise of "' Gator Frelghtwayt FREEDOM CYCLES. R1. 2, Box 961. County, Florida run thence due North
County Jail, ( wilt off.r for ale tell at public auction for cash at 2600 Stark., Fla. 12091, intends to t.gistersaid THS FROM THE! DATE OF THE FIRST along the Ely boundary of said Section, Attorney for PersonalRepretentatlve
to the hlghet bidder for cash. In Rood Jacksonville, Fla: fictitious name und.r the aforetald PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE ((1) all 14 a distance of 72.00 feet to a point on :
the 'above described property of Irad'l '. lot of electric rang. consigned to ttatute. claims against the estate and ((2))any objection the N'ly R w line of SE C-125 and the POB Eugene. F. Shaw, E.q..
defendant to satisfy the .. .E. Co., Orlando, Fla, Dated this 6th day of October 1988 In by on Interetted person to whom of the parcel of land herein described 925 E North Temple Ave.
.ec W.ion. '. lot of plastic article rocks, con Bradford notice wo mailed that challenge the continue thence North a distance of Starke, Fl. 32091 y...,r
DolphE. to Navy FSO Distr. ,Center, County. Control 0869 validity of the will, the qualification of 991.35 feet to the NE corner of the SE 1/4 ((90.l200) !
Sheriff of ., Flo.', 4tpd 10/6-27 the personal representative, venue or of the SE! 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of told Section Control 0879
'County, satisfy freight and storage charge/ jurisdiction ol the. court. 14. thence North 8953'OT' W, along the 2tchg 10/13-20
Control 0863 the provisions of Section 4b( ) of 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. 'EIGHTH Date of the first publication of this N'ly boundary of told quarter a distance ," ,
9/29, 4tchg Standard Bill of Lading. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT JN AND FOR BRADFORD notice of administration.. 'October 6, of 106.72 feet to a point on the Ely ROW ---
.; t .( i ... i', Gator Freightwayt, Inc.. Carrier COUNTY, FLORIDA. 1988. line of the Seaboard Coast Line Railroad NOTICE!OF RE-BID .
,NOTICE OF INTENTION dtd 7/18/88 CASE NO 88.543.CAIN Evelyn leggett thence South 18"20W, along said ROW The Bradford County Board of County
TO REGISTER 01.317229 dtd 5/2/88 RE The Adoption of Personal Representative 'line a distance of 609.61 feet to an Intertectlon Commissioners will open tooled bid on
FICTITIOUS NAME Conlrol0873 SHANNON LEE MICHAELS Of the Estate' with the N'ly ROW line of SR Wednesday. November 16, 1988. at 7:30
Pursuant to Section '8309, 2tchg 10/6-13 'a minor. .1300 Melrose Ave South C-125 thence South 8928' E, along told p.m. In the County Commissioners Room,
Statute, notice It h.r.by given ---- NOTICE OF ACTION St. Petersburg; 33703 N'ly R W line a distance of 200.0 feet to at the Bradford County Courthouse,
undertlgned Iroln Browning and TO: FATHER OF 'BOVE.NAMED MINOR an angle point In told ROW line, thence Storks, Fl., for a NEW BOOKMOBILE for
Blankenihlp Rt. 4, Box 460 RESIDENCE UNKNOWNYOU Attorney for South 003r W, along told ROW a the Bradford County Public library
32091 |Joint .owners doing ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Personal. RepretentatlveJ : distance of 1000 ,feet, thence South Department.
OF INTENT TO CONSIDER laird Letter, <
under the firm name of B and B Air 1 the adoption of a minor crud: Uos been Esq. 8928' E. continuing along laid N'ly ROW For copies of' the specification or any
OF PROPOSED ORDINANCE, Dlckton letter < Cushman P.A,
dltlonlng Heating filed and you are required to serve a line a distance of 98.42 feet to the. POB. question regarding this bid please con-
THE BOARD OF COMMIS 696 First Ave. NorthSt.
COUNTY tact Ms. Suzanne Crum.. Director of
tend to told fictitious hoe been filed and
regitter against
of written defenses If you you are
copy your
any on .
OF BRADFORD COUNTY Petersburg Fl. 3370>
under th. aforesaid ttatvte .' Johnny R. Hobbs Jr., petitioner attorney 823-1514 required to serve a copy of your written Public library at ((90.'OO.) or Mr*.
((813))
Doled this 20th day of .. whose add,... It P.O. Drawer Control 0870 defense, If any to It ,on Alfred J. Esther a, Ellerton County Finance Director
.1988 in Bradford County, NOTICE I IS HEREBY GIVEN that the 938 Stark., Florida 32091 on or before ,?tcho10613STARKE Tirella. Attorney for Plaintiff whose address at ((904)) 964-6280. Ext. 250. I r
on COMMIS.I
THE BOARD OF COUNTY
9/29 4tpd November 7, 1988 and file the original I I. Suite 214, 1570 Modruga
,Control day of October 1988 at 8:00 P.M. ,with the cl.rk of this court either before Avenue, Coral Gable, Florida 33146;, SIGNERS RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REJECT >"
Board of County Commissioners of ANY AND ALL PROPOSAL OF BIDS FOR
service on petitioner attorney or immediately on or before October 24,, 1988 and file
,NOTICE OF INTENTION County Florida.In regular ...- ,thereafter! otherwlte a CHURCH OF GOD Ihe original) with the Clerk of this Court THE NEW BOOKMMOBILE. '
to be h.ld at the Board .
TO REGISTER meeting default will be entered against you for I Hhor before service on Plaintiffs attorney GILBERT BROWN,
at the Bradford County Court 422 N. ST.CLAIR r 9645445John Clerk
FICTITIOUS NAME the. relief demanded In the petition or Immediately hereafter; otherwise to the Board
.., Starke, Florida will consider the
Pursuant to Section 865.09. WITNESS My hand and the teal of this SpratUn, PastorWe a default will be entered againstyou LAWRENCE MOSLEY'
,Statutes, notice It hereby given' Ordinance, and the propo.ed.noctm.nt 'court on this. 28th,day of September, Invite you to worship with U8. for the relief demanded In the com. CHAIRMAN
Undertlgned, Paul R. Rewak and thereof: 1988 Attended Nursery plaint. Board of.County Commissioners
Rewak 718 W. Market Road AN ORDINANCE AMENDING BRAD. GILBERT. BROWN CLERKControl Sunday School .., lOam WITNESS my hand and the teal of this Control 08812tchgI01320
COUNTY ORDINANCE 87-4 Court this 26th of September 1988.,
Florida 32091., |loin owners 0866 +ws day
( .. ASSESSMENT FOR PURPOSE OF Morning Worship ..* Ham
GILBERT S.BROWN
,business under the firm nom. of 4tchg 10/6-27 Evening Service .j.....' 6pmWfdn..soa Control 0865
LANDFILL/SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL) TO ...
.... .... Youths:':r 7:TOpm 4tchg 10/6-27 A*Clerk of the Court

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'" 1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employees and their 3)) In case of ties,we will use,the total points scored'

,r o immediate families are welcome to enter, but there in the Bradford High School game each week .

Is a limit to one entry per person each week. (except,the Tornadoes open week in that case, we
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Tornadoes, Reverse, Macclenny, Hex, Defeat Wildcats 14-0, Defense Preserves Streak

Any win! over arch-rival Baker shutout In which the Wildcats were frosting on the cake: the half on a 25-yard pass to tight end
County High Is a good one. but a 14-0 dominated by,the Tornado eleven Is Bradford,'went up 7-0 lust before Ed Douglas; all alone at the Baker
five. QB Reggie Sheffield made the
play by being fast enough to roll out
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rushing front seven. The ;32-yard
scoring drive was set up when Ed 1j 1
Douglas downed a BHS punt at the
Baker two yard line The Big Red'
defense held,and a 30-yard Baker
punt from the seven yard line put
Bradford in business on the Baker 33
yard line,
L Inside linebacker Travis Long

'T TORODE SHELL : "' picked scored from up eight a Baker yards fumble out near and the
0I": end of the third period to make it 14-0
. AMOCO your New ; That followed a 33-yard TornadQ
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where the, football was knocked out
of the hands of fullback Clyde DeSue
STARKE AMOCO'f and flew backwards in the air
Baker recovered, temporarily saving
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, .,. ,,',,i; I at the ,Corner of Walnut &"U' .S. ,301 S. Tornado easily win.could have been a four TD

It was a big win for1 Bradford HiKh,
which had lost six of the past eight
i, 964-4413 years. This year Bradford's young
,and comparatively inexperiencedfaced TD-Saver...,
a quick and bigger( veteran BitS iwerUck Rodney. Mo.fey(31)made lhi.g. ievlng Loc..rlnei the Wadaise.rly (,
Baker team with 30 seniors. In UM guns tot help, preserve*four pme.hut..1teodo by UKJJ Tornado defence. H
', ,: Grand Opening Sat Oct. 15th The District '3.3A game'' moved
;,',, Bradford to 4-0. It'was,Baker's >second > strung out the end run and stopped For the"rest of the game, CoachDavid
I district loss.
the would-be Wildcat punter at the 50 Hurse protected hiS t4 point
In Addition, Bradford's four '
game yard line. lead by keeping the football on the
winning streak was on the line, as
ground, mainly in the hunds'flf hl-
well as a Class 3A 7th place ranking Thencame Bradford's 33
forAMOCO yard sophomore fullback Clyde DfSuv
Fill Up with Register, None of that in the Baker
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drive to the Baker eight, where the There was an nccassiona: ) carr b>
game says Coach David t lurse'ho football was knocked from KB running back Greg Pilt/nari left
,Drawing'Ultimate was shooting for his first.win in three DeSue's grasp as he struggled for half Clint Reed, but OeSue,got rnoM
years over the Wildcats."It the Baker goal( line. of the galls; ;
was a pivotal win for us, says
,10 Gal. of Gas ,Coach Hurse.settingthe stage for\ .' .'\Yf .' .' .' ._. nta,
'r" Get A the remainder Of the season.It ?-: :\ M M
to be was nip and tuck battle in the Ult."k
2 ,Liter Pepsi given away first half. In the first two possessions REELECTWilbur :
Bradford was' unable to move the
with 8 gall, each ,hour iou.ball and (stopped itself. Hake
made two first downs< n\ two of its

purchase or more 1OO Gal. ,of Gas and first 20 three yards possessions per possession.gaining 29' L. WATERS

On its third possession' Bradford ,
to be giving began to drive the football, getting( County Commissioner
two first down one on a 18 yard pass
,up the middle to'TE Kd Douglas, District,5 Democrat
away tat Then came Allen Jenkins' ;J5 yard ,
punt which,d Douglas recovered at '
pEPS end of the Baker two yard line.
day.
In the second half, the Uradlonl/ -="11.::I"'*"' '':I"'II.' ::I"'II.' ::I "11.:::1=--=":I ":I'tiK"'Ie....
dominance began to show, .
Bradford was btopped for short of '
,a first down when yB Reggie Shef* PERSONAL DATA; 8
field was sacked by,Wildcat rusher!
Jamie< Itaulerson who barely !got
hold of"Sheffield's..;jersey as the Born in Glen St ,Mary, FL '

SeeJohn, Torode, "Sr.or .. FREE right Sophomore to pass.quarterback The Tornado rolled,!t'fl'llItfBaker's to/his' M I' ,January, 3i 1949 "

LUBE Lemoyne Williams to get r Moved to' Lawtey, FL; in 1950
any of his JOB loose up the middle for' 14 yards on '
'the first down of Baker's, lust Married 19 years:'.'F ormet' 00 '
friendly staff, with Oil & Filter possession of the third period,Then 00 .
the Tornado slammed the dour,with M Kay Colson 00
ChangeGood DE Jimmy Long, linebacker Bill
oco for thru Nov. 1. 1,988 Hamilton, and, corn<-rbal'k 1-iiu-e 2 Children: Deanna ,17;
Wiggins coming to stop Baker>shot t W '
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five yards for being olt'Kidet, then' I.'
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Volleyball Team Takes Two Easy OnesThe It

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serving dies and much Improvement said '
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away with two easy wins, to bring '"The girls played very good as a and Latara Jackson. J
their season record into the winning unit,they were careful about getting The Junior Squad won both'the '
'column at &-5. set up to get the ball across the net," matches also, said Diggs. "The JV's \
The girls earlier loss to 'North said Coach Inez Diggs are doing real good," she said. '
Marion was avenged at their second Tuesday evening the team 'again Two matches next week''are both
Ben
meeting,with the Tornadoes playing played at home against Clay High on'the road Monday, Oct. 17, the' Holtzendorf ;
much better' ball the second time and again swept the series in two squad will travel to Interlachen for a ,
out. easy games a&-3 and 13-4 rematch with a team that overpowered ,
Meeting Lake Weir Monday even Unissa King, a senior, served\ the Tornadoes,in their first
ing,'the Lady Tornadoes swept the points with 3 aces 'and 3. kills. ,meeting
series in two games, 15-4 and 152. Sophomore Kendra Butler served 6 'COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. 5
Senior Tangela Pittman served points, five being aces, and one kill. The next home contest ,will .
be
eight points in the series, with one Latara Jackson made five' kills In ,Monday, October.24, when the airh! j' '
ace Sophomores Monika'.Williams the games. \ are scheduled to
meet Ocala '
and Latara Jackson served 7 points "Two of my Sophomores are t how- in A rematch Korest', 'HELP ,ME STOP: N N


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"We gave up a lot of in < '
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Coach Mike Gutierrez,. "but when ", \
the Rams threatened, our defense' 300/ Off ,. '" rY

,tightened uAjnd"held them without, ( My' past business;, military, ,
allowing a core. ,
Defensive players making the ,E.tS..\..... on all' sl..lpply"purchaslng, maintenance ''I would like to serve: you"1
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tackles and stopping the Rams were oct. and budget experience mzikes
me,
Josh Lewis, Shawn,Jenkins, Andy the citizens Bradford, ,
Goodowns, John Williams Robert sa'Jewelry c I qualified to be your County
Hankerson and Isaac Williams. Commissioner.. I would, .be honored ,County.
,"We couldn't make much up the
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"so had to to the outside I Intend to make a differencein
: we go 1 Piece 2 P ece 3 Piece ,J Thank you,

John dage,Williams so we stayed was with making him.us" yar- 1000' Off 20% Off 30% Off county government ,(

John Williams, Julius Hardin and
Andre Lee each scored a TD. Matt Open A Kenwlns' Charge Account Today! Pd Pol Adv Ben
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and Robert Hankerson added
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numerous on the field, but tended to.
;.. balance both teams losing two
fumbles. The Tornadoes interceptedtwo
passes while giving! ; none.

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Team Effort, Combined Offensive and ,Defensive Effort Beat Baker County: Coaches I I"J"


,A combined offensive and defensive able to run around the hard Baker and saW little action. field mishanded a few snaps from "That's been 'the key to ,every, portunity Coach to Sexton make the said tackle.the entire. ::,
l team effort was the telling fac rush and complete a 25 yard scoring .. "
BHS found it difficult to run on center early in the game,but showeda ,ballgame. defense well to shut out a
tor in beating of Baker High, sa'sCoach pass to tight end Ed Douglas. The Baker''' Ire the early going. Then"" lot of character, bursa noted. DE Jimmy Long. ,. linebacker veteran Baker played eleven.
DavHurse.. TE caught three of the four Tornado and Sam linebacker
Coach Hurse employed shift In Ordinarily a starting defensive Travis Long
"This team Is very receptive to
"The defense just did a great job. pass completions, besides a leaping which he had the wide receiver tackle Keith Jenkins got Into the of- Dane Clark were named the best Coach and I
It set the tone, really," says Coach catch of a Sheffield bullet up the move to the opposite side of the field, fensive backfield as a blocking defensive linemen.! Cornerback everything "Cummings
Coach
with them
Nurse: middle that I was called back on a Baker confusion halfback Lance named best go over says Sexy
much
causing Friday night when Coach Wiggins was ,
makes world of
ton. "That differences
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"Our'' offensive line, for the first holding penalty Later in the game BHS abandoned Hurse put him in close to the goal .defensive back of the week. -
,time this year; really dominated its wing-T pulling guard offense line to block for fullback Clyde DE Long had nine Individual unit It means we're playing as
especially in the fourth quarter "Douglas had one of'" his better and had the offensive line' just block DeSue: It's a move that's been prac- tackles and assested on three others. Down linemen in the 4-4 Tornado
when we just lined up and' ran games, said Coach Hurse. straight ahead. The line respondedand ticed by BHS, but the Baker game LB Travis Long was in on 14 tackles, defense tackles Kevin Finch and
straight at them." Coach Hurse said Offensive tackles McDavidand the Baker defense off and 'assisted 6 are
Don pushed the was the first it Jenkins was used in a, 8 individually on Keith Jenkins side defensiveend
after watching films.. Derrick Long both played fine line ,of scrimmage ,with its good game tackles plus he picked up a fumble Jimmy Long, strong and weak side DE
"I'm very, very pleased with the! ballgames improving a great deal blocking. and ran it in for a touchdown. Sam
Chris Dinkins, and Sam linebacker
offensive line' play. It improved over previous games, Coach. Nurse TE Ed Douglas and tackle Derrick<<: The Defense... linebacker Clark had only three Individual Dane Clark The linebackers
tremendously," said Coach Hurse.! floted., Long were named the offensive "We.rere\ well prepared. Our play tackles and four assists, but Travis Long and Bill Hamilton are
BHS was able to move the football Offensive guards Alton Young and lineman of the week recognition was excellent We did a good job playing his position. A Rover back is Rodney Mosley. The
beginning in the second quarter and Chris Durban did fine jobs. Center Quarterback Reggie Sheffield ''reacted to everything Baker wantedto lot of wide Baker runs came his way cornerbacks Lance
are Wiggins and
getting better at it as the went just fine and Clark stacked the ,giving
game Terry Whitehead the steadiest offensive a sophomore played a do, says Defensive Coordinator up plays Terry Berry. The safety is Tram.
on When the game ended, BHS. was lineman so far this season ballgame.. Coach Hurse 1:11I1.I. shct MIke Sexton: other Bradford players the op- mell Jones. '
,knocking On the Baker goal. played a fine, consistent ballgame,
The BHS passing game Was alsogurresaful Coach Hurse said. Guard Lorenzo .
!' with CJR Reggie Sheffield, /H.ill had a pulled muscle in his hack
RALPH BRYAN REALTY


I BHS Favored Friday Night ,

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Bradford( ,__ REALTORLOTS
High should be favoredto hoped. BHS now,must face, In addition (- -.- w' -

win I its homecoming game against to Bishop Kenny, Keystone > ACREAGE,,
2-3 tomorrow night High, Newberry' and Nease before
Bishop Kenny
SOUTH OF HAMPTON; NOTHING DOWN JV4 ocr.s up. Large oaks and tandy
(Friday, Oct. 14) at 8 p.m. pn Brad- the final game of'the season with' toll. ,

'ford. Field powerful Santa Fe. HAMPTON JUNCTION 1 aero lot, tandy t shady '
is,if the Tornadoes don't take
That NEAR COUNTRY CLUB: IS acr p.can grow t fish pond.,
Coach BUS Starting Une-Ups...
Kenny too lightly '
David STATE RD. It EAST 1,14 acr lot.
Hurse says BK has played Offense: Center: ,Terry TO THE CITIZENSOF COUNTY RO. 229 41 otr.i with 3 BR. 2 Ba and barns.
welt in some losses Nease beat the' Whitehead, 178-12 Lorenzo I
; guards: BRADFORD OFF RD 22St t acre loll ,
Crusaders on a last!! minute field 'Hall, 176-11, and Alton Young, 4 OFF U WEST I and 2 acr. lot. '" '. '
,goal, for instance, Kenny has played 19 -U; tackles: Derrick Long COUNTY: LAWTEY. NW lOSthr (I) 17'/,acr** with doubUwld:will pllt.'.((2)) 7.09 airs,
"some, good football.Coach Hurse 207-11, and Don McDavid. 186-11, two parcel' 'U'( '
Bradford, 5-0 and five to go now, tight end: Ed Douglas, 176-12'spllt.; My entire family and I thank for LAWTEY.Off NW 105 50 acr..' "
has everybody healthy this, week. end: Scott Duncan, 166-11; fullback: you' LAWTIY CR 12S 7Y acr**.'
Nobody was Injl.lred'in !the Baker Clyde DeSue, 185-11; left half Clint allowing me to serve as' your Sheriff ,for 'the LAWTEY, CR 225 4 ocr...,

game. Reed 185-11; right half Greg Pitt-- past sixteen ,years: my only 'regret is that Icouldn't HOMES
The team is bolstered by the of man, 145-12; quarterback: : Reggie do more/To all' of that''assisted in COUNTRY CLUB ((1)I)2 story, 4,13.,f. under roof,4 BR.4 Ba, pool sauna. ,tennis
return to practice Monday Sheffield, 150-10. you court on I'% acr lot. ((2)) J.500 ..f. under roof 3 BR, IV4 Ba.. on 1.3 acr**((3))
quarterback-defensive/ back John Defense:, tackles: Kevin Finch, so, many ways. my heartfelt thanks to all. Spoll.. 1,961 .I. living' aro,,t BR. J'/t Ba.' '
Berry,who has been sidelined with a 208-11, and Keith Jenkins, 175-11
; PRATT ST.i :3 BR. 2 Ba with extra lot.
broken thumb buffered in practice. Sam linebacker: Dane Clark, 185-12; Again thank you for the, privilege of WELDON, Reduced to the bonel 2 BR from., CH ft AC
Berry will be a asset, Coach Hurse weak side end: Chris Dinkins, allowing me 'to serve you. '
said, and will give needed added 165-11; strong side ((lend: Jimmy WE HAVE OTHERS. CALL FOR PRICES,TERMS!
depth to the defensive backfield. Long 185-12; Inside linebackers: .
Sophomore quarterback Reggie' Bill Hamilton,, 197-12, and Travis Sincerely, '
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Long, 185-11; rover back; Rodney -
Berry's absence and is the Tornado Mosley,, 175-12. Defensive backs: E.6fr EVENINGS,- Lillian Pearson.9645318
quarterback, says Coach Hurse. cornerbacks: Lance Wiggins;'140-11 Fred: Bowlan..,473-4535
Berry, the former starting quarter and Terry Berry,162-10, and middle Dolph E. Reddish., Sheriff of Bradford County
back, would have been playing therea safety: Trammel I Jones!/770-10.
a good bit if he'd stayed healthy,
,Now Berry, :relegated' to the
backup role:at quarterback,but will

provie added, depth, ,in case QB,
Sheffield Is hurt. .
The Baker game was pivotal for
i, the 1988 Tornadoes,'who have ome 6;

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:CC Race 'THE HARD ,TO FIND, /' y .,


Ramona Tennant Won the'girl'srace 1988, RANGER XLT* tEj. ; "

with a time of 14:43: in a dual ,XLT Free air. package, AM,f M w'casselter lachoTieicr. th'orne step bumper '
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cross L
"r :country meet_ with' Class 4A '
Palatka High run Saturday, Oct'8, sliding rear window, 5 speed overdrive i'r". %'
on the Bradford High course behind \ ..
the middle school. 25 / .H.
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Palatka High won a dual cross ''
country meet over host BHS by winning CHOOSE '
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24 points compared to no team CLOSEOUT ,
for the Tornadoes. FROM J ,
Palatka also WOrT the boys race 18' ..aa .a.... SALE ,>
to 39.Tornado. .' .,

runner Glenda' Rosier 19881/2/ FORD ESCORT 2 DR. LX
placed third in the girl's race with a r ,
,time of 15:42.: Kim Hampton finished
,eighth with personal best of 18:19 ? .5 speed digital I dock owthead' console tinted ghss. power ftterrg.. interval wp r ,IMT'
The rest of the BHS girls Were sickor window"(raster,tebumenntion group,koto/security group and ur cordon :e;
S893
out of town,
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Over-all winner of the boy's three /
mile'race wag Josh Allen of PUS tJ.j
with time of 19:07.: "S"7 8 6 9 '
Tpp BHS finisher was Larry Green 1988 RANGER tJ
'who finished,fourth with a time,of '
19:45 Kenny' DeSue was sixth in .
'20:02. Blake Thomas placed 8th' m' On/v'/
20:14.: Tyrone Sanders was ninth' m' 'r-\ 30 'TOp
20'( :2:;j,, vernon Griffin placed ,12th
with a personal best time of 24:52.: 6,9:5: :OOOSEFftOM ;
Captain Cam Ward, the top BHS
'runner, waS on a, Student Council '
trip to Tennessee. ,
The girl's Road Runner race was' -3 ,
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won ,by Charmil Spooner in' 15:03: ,
Clara Batten was second dn 15:24.:
Renee Daugherty was 3rd in 1542.; 25 TO CHOOSE FROM .
''Tasha Johnson .was 4th m-,16:19.:
Judy Hankerson was 5th in, 16:39:
Katina Hampton was 6th in 17:54:
Niki, Nichols was 7th in 24:16. gj

BMS'Top Road Bradford Runner finisher,was\ Raymond the boys .,(Jut' These Specials on Terwillegar' Used Vehicles. ',

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Eric Cowart was fourth in 26:12.
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Tennant won without pressure.. And, '
Cam Ward's absence hurt the boys. $14995',' :9',995: iO,995 10ck995 $12,495
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Next cross country meet )is the 6Cyl.r ,Trans. 4 Door
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A possibility of 70 teams or more '
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The Weather HaS Turned with Perfect Timing far the '3rd e'tnr"kp
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ByMarkFriedlin Starke's historic Call Street at 9 the spectators.Entertainment.
BCT Staff Writer ,a.m. will be 'ongoing' can settle back and enjoy the home- This' the Stark Festival of the October
year 15 and 10. _
excited spun guitar picking and humor of
Everyone Is about
: (', This Is IU the throughout the day;: 'with square Florida's favorite Arts will Include a call to the past Newly renovated Call
opening of the show/ said Festival storyteller Street will b i
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The Third dancers folkslngcrs, bluegrass the Gay 9O's the Roaring 2O's, the the site of
I Annual StarkeSFtC'I : Organizer Nancee Clark. "And and Gamble Rogers. (the Festival, as' artists
now
I Festival of the Arts gets underway that this beautiful Fall weather has bands At contemporary dance. Rogers Is the featured event of the! heydays during World War. 11 and the began setting up their booths, be
," Saturday morning when opening moved Into the area, conditionsseem ,Winners seven of the Saturday Art Festival evening ihH evening and anyone who has seen bobby BOxers of the 50's.Festival tween U.S. 301 and: the railroad
::' ceremonies gets underway on, for both Awards him can attest that In for volunteers are Inviting the tracks in the center of town.
the are
perfect artists and you a
Will be
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announced
.. -- ..! everyone treat when he hits the stage. public to come dressed In in their The festivities begin at 9 a.rq. with a
choice of costumes or other'dress Call to' the Past.
Saturday Is the big day;out on the Dressed In period
: .r1"lit Sunday the celebration continues Items from the period that enchants costumes area business people set
,, : with art. demonstrations and en- them the most the hoop skirts and the tone and the' Sanl f 'I '\ ,tertalnment for alL high collars of the 1860's the, Shoestring Players, open ,the day
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flapper's dress of the 20's, the with active reminders
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The hours of the festival 'are. the history'
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Hardy, To Be Jailed. -- suspended McClain.DWLS),He according was released to Investigator Stolen Riding Mower Shoplifters, remains, in custody. charged with retail theft Oct. Sat'",

During Appeal after a $210 surety bond was posted. Returned To OwnerA Keep Police, Busy TG&Y McCroy'i. according to
Susan Short, 66, of Starke was Patrolman Susan WUkerson The'
U. S. District Judge Howell W Walter Lee Tucker Snapper riding lawn mower Shoplifting (now called'' retail charged with retail theft Oct.S after juvenile was seen taking "Gator"
Melton refused to allow former Gainesville 19 local of stolen in Starke has been recoveredand theft) continues to keep local taw enforcement she ,was seen putting a box of doll stickups, klip and sunglasses
Bradford County Attorney Dudley P. authorities was from picked Alachua up by returned to the own"r.Walter busy in the Starke area. Freezone (valued at $2.59)' in her (valued at $16.47K The juvenile'saunt
Hardy to remain free on bond while and charged Oct. 7 on a capias County with Wayne Rhoden 28 whose Oct. 8 police were called to Winn purse at Winn Dixie' according to was notified and the juvenilewas
he appeals his' cocaine conspiracy DWLS,. expired tag, according to address is the ToReno Motel, was Dixie Timothy where'"Chuck'the security Leggette gu. ard had in Patrolman order to Feltner.for was givenan released to her custody.
conviction Deputy Harvey Rhoden. Bond was charged with grand theft Oct.9 after appear court
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for two of
custody taking
Over 12S signatures on letters Of packages Haywood Edwin Cooper was
set at $101.25 ,cash only for each he allegedly stole a mower belong .
support for Hardy were filed with he remains in ing to Frank steaks, according to Patrolman, Clara McCloude Cohens was charged Oct. 5 with retail theft after
charge,
custody. Goolsby according to
the court clerk The supporters said Harvey Rhoden. The Jerry E. Feltner. Witnesses said charged with retail theft Oct. 5 after he was stopped with a man's silver
they felt Hardy posed no risk to thecommunity' David Jim Jr.-was had Deputy been sold to another individual mower Leggette, 32, of Starke stuck the she was seen placing a box of gauzein watch valued at$4 in his possession,
Browning. arrested -
,steaks in his jacket. The Delminico her according: to In- M. T.
nor would he leave or Oct. 11 for DWLS according, ,I in Starke and.was recovered. purse according to Patgrolman
steaks were valued at$54.87. vestigator M. T, McClain. She was Short.The watch was recovered by a
flee.Despite written support for Hardy to first Investigator McClain., He awaits Bond""was set at $2,000, Rhoden Leggette was also charged on a released after'a $210 surety bond store employee of Family Dollar.
and despite Judge Melton agreeing appearance was released on his own capias with failure to 'appear and was posted.A Cooper was given a notice to appear,
with the supporters that he felt Hardy Dial 911 Emergency recognizance petit theft, according to Lt. Sammy 1"-"r-ol" 01:1..1:: female was in.court.. .
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Fnnlcp Bond wan set at $S 4OO I'll" :
would not flee to keep from servo -
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the judge ruled Oct. 7 that Hardy's
appeal was unlikely to result, in a IIInl: '
reversal of his conviction, a new ,
trial or a sentence,that would not include
a prison term.
Hardy, found guilty by,a jury in
June on the conspiracy to distribute
cocainecharge, is to report to the 1r\


federal 17.Hastens Bomb.prison Threat' Funeral system, Monday, Oct. DIFFERENCEI ; .



Funeral services for Alma Thompson
set for Saturday were threatened BEEF CENTER CUT HICKORY SWEET

by telephone calls to the funeral
home Thursday night, Oct 6. GRADE.US. '
According to Archie' Tanner, he i CHUCK SLICEDE'i
received two anonymous calls from
two different people,stating that the
Northside Baptist Church would be
bombed if Johnnie Blaine Thompson
attended 'his mother's funeral ROAST BACON
scheduled for Saturday. Tanner said
he received the first call about 9 ,
p.m. and the second one shortly -
after, at 9:28: p.m.Thursday evening. / aJ.K
Blaine Thompson, who was a prom
tected witness during recent federal
'drug trials involving Bradford County
residents, said he also had received
threats;
Federal Bureau of Investigation
agents who were in attendance at
the public viewing Friday night at
the funeral home on US-301 south of
Starke, ,would neither' confirm, or g3c"'LB.
deny the threats. '.
A decision was made by the ,
Thompson family 'that''for ,safety' .
reasdns they would have the funeral
Friday night at 9:30 p m.in the view
ing room. Burial was in the Dyal, '
Cemetery early Saturday morning!. GRADE US! LB.fff
at,730,, a.m., according .to!,Tanner. I .

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'' a +' ,t What bo you hke bMt about this sux.? 7-BONE HICKORY HOUSE
Caught Taking Pipe'A 'J$0" CHUCK; "STEAK $177 LB.98c
:26-year-old Jacksonville man, m La SLICED BACON .
was apprehended after he was seen t. ..
throwing pipe over the'' fence at .
;, Government Surplus Prpperly' on EcNI.M, ''Good FM tLw: '
US-301 south Oct. 6. \vvINN'pIX1E.make, 1C......,"....ot_ r, a' ,- I Winn-JDixie? ,I? at ."."
,A, ,call was. received about 6:30 P t sn..ea..rnc4 .,.I t! 9 !- !
p in, that a man was throwing pipe working} \ _. krnlNw.a. .,. la, D., '. ..... .)1, "j"" ,,.... "' ''
over the fence according to Deputy sore'yOU tl, Wa\ locked\ 'W.N.roeluW_. Y A .1'f "'.!:'.
Harvey Rhoden. When Rhoden ar-i W r..I '
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sparkling. lnend' Cam. awns nw .Nor w Ant !
rived the man took off through the an d s.nprts.bao' ., Iayo, i iButwe'd I' ,
,woods and the chase began on foot. ,depar1ft'\eread'i\ot1eIP\ ) 'luovn.n, ttow uo.bW 1, R 3', are 'r'I( .;,." ',::,,?:,,
Gene, Arthur Conner, Jr: was 'lypeOP 1 know a.you w.tn your I ,'' 'j. I,
hC.e0\ W'NN.DIX'E' ? ,'
caught about 3'* miles south near .' 1
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area Griffin Danny and Industries Rhoden.Pearson by who auxiliary was In deputy the- .. ,whxl=t t me irk you up;one gt WIN .DIXIE :',;::r'f::; !:;,;,

The lead pipe valued at $1,000 was ping p cards aid '. EVERYDAY LOW LOW '/ .. I I"OUf

recovered with grand and theft Conner and trespass was charged on pro h\I\.ISIO'\ ep ort; .' . .., ...,. .. ...... .. ,' :

perty other than structure,. said. .
Rhoden ...-: PRICES WINN-DIXIE GIVES( YOU,THE
Bond was set at$1,000, Conner was sa ,... ,. LOWEST FOOD BILL POSSIBLE.
,released on his own recognizance. ,. GO1IG'TQ
Outstanding 'capias from Clay, 10\1 .
County charging worthless ,check PRICES GOOD IN THE. FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION:+,
and driving while license suspended STARKE
required,Conner to post a surety' .M WALNUT sT.-BRADFORD SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER-DELI PHONE: M4-BI13
bond for his release from I the
..charges;


High Springs Woman

Charged'With Theft

A 29-year-old High/ Spring woman
has been taking money I 1 1 TOMATO
from bank deposits,; at .ListtanceWorld.
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soup
Kathy 'Jo Gove allegedly 4 took ,l' :_ l
'$3,400 while keeping books for the
company from June 13 until Oc-
tober,according to Lt.John Hodges.
Owner Steven Lucas said a further
investigation revealed $6,981.64 was
the total, amount Gove has paid I I
back $529 and has promised to pay,
all the money back very soon,according :
to the report. .
Bond was set at $5,000, she was
l Released on her own recognizance.: 1


Starke Man

Charged DI30yearold
REGULAR or THIN
A Starke man was SPAGHETTI,
NATURAL LIGHT VERMICELLI 1 WHEN YOU HAVE MORE
charged with disorderly intoxication ALL VARIETIES r' .__ or o. ELBOW '
THAN GROCERIES ON YOUR LIST
Oct. 8 at a local store. COCA -- BUSCH Mueller: MUELLER'SMACARONI
Local authorities were called to I
O"t'UBELI'EPPERMINTorfiEGULAR
Mo
Pep-O's by a clerk who said a man COLA rlT BEER .elbows.-.-..-....... SCOPE $;O97'!
was causing a disturbance smelled ?
of alcohol and would not leave, according _/ -' $ [ ,MOUTHWASH "?,.'. '
to Patrolman G E. Hayes. _
: 745 MEDIC '
Robert Earl Simmons was arrested gge / 24-PAK ..... .. 58
-- HYDROGEN
after he refused to leave and 2 LTR. 12-01.' 16-02. 3 IFta: '$1 ,
started screaming and yelling once BTL CANS ,PKG. PEROXIDE' ... nu, ,
he was outside the store,said Hayes.
:THRIFTY/ MAID UNSWEETENED. PINK ot
Bond was set at $100.75, he was AUTOMATIC DRIP SUOAR AOOEO' .
'released on his own recognizance, FOLGER'S ALL VARIETIES GRAPEFRUITJUICE ,ALL VARIETIES

Recent ArrestsIn FLAKE COFFEE .... Ui.lL; $159 WHITE MOUNTAIN u7 99C CREST '

Bradford CountyThe COOLERS : : TOOTHPASTEJ64. "

following arrests were madein THRIFTY MAID $100 CORNED BEEF i,0y
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Bradford County by local MUSHROOMS ass I 99 HASH . ... 'wl $ .
,authorities. Z.,1
MEALTIME '12- MUELLER'S ,: \t e, :,
JoAlice Goodman of Starke was 811$628 I :89C
arrested Oct,II for dealing in stolen DOG FOOD . PASTA RUFflES. ,
property,'according to Investigator ".r, '
Michael McCJain.; Goodman awaits 1
"t. THRIFTY MAID +4 '
(first appearance at press time. PRE-PRICED f S'90 : 40e OFF LABEL MUSHROOM o. MEAT :'I''

Harry McDougat Jr. of'Starke LIQUID \ SUNLIGHTLIQUID SPAGHETTI p.. WHITE. ''!:;} ?<

was arrested Oct. 11 for possessionof SURF ,SAUCE ALCOHOL ... : I ''
drug paraphernalia, according to :: 'I


first Patrolman Traffic appearance.Gordon. Smith.He awaits 428 '(I I 22-oa.88* 32-oz.ggo .",. 3 S1 :.,,', '

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Oct.James t for WiUiims: driving> 42,while was arrested license e 'y). BTL. JAR itch

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;",,',' Man Arrested with a hw>r bottle between his leas. Pierce In Bradford County traffic ordered to pay $50 court costs. Thornton pled no contest DUI;fin
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bation six made
:i.' For Auto Burglary Anderson was charged with open Criminal Court Oct. 4 .for'' 'final Linda Gail Johnson pled guilty ed $625, license suspended six mon restitution. months, $241.68
container as was the driver. disposition. DUll; fined $ license suspended .
$437.50. ths, Tri County supervision one
:;:: : A 23-year-old Gainesville man was Brian Lane pled guilty trespass on
'im ; 'vehicle
hours
4 r r i Items found in Owens' six months, 50 communitywork
[iJ\\!:' :,:; I::,: J arrested early Monday' morning were identified as the ones taken Don Edson Furrow pled no contest Tri County Probation one, year Lawrence 50 hours Scott community Andrews work.pled school property; costs suspended.
!''p\\," ", ', after he apparently burglarized a and Charge of loitering and prowling
( from the Michigan vehicle at the driving under influence (DUD year, attend DUI school. guilty two counts DWLS; ten days in
vehicle at a Starke motel. motel, said Thrift;"at which time was fined$700, license suspended six Roland Eugene Walker chargedwith jail, credit for time .served, costs dismissed.
Just after receiving a bulletin con- Mary Helen Cam pled no contest
Owens was 'charged with driving months, 50 hours community work DWLS; provided proof of suspended.
cerning a small yellow car with an while license of Tri Probation attend license disorderly conduct; six months probation
suspended burglary County one year ordered to $50 court'
: pay Ricky Martin charged with DUI, ,
,, ,,I' occupant which was seen breaking a conveyence and ''possession of DUI school. costs. attend BUGC (file report
.;:, ,', into a stationwagon from Michigan burglary tools. He remains in Deanna ,Lynn Galmon charged Dorothy A. Stegall pled no contest pled reckless no contest wilful-wanton' when time completed).
driving fined $362, attend
", '. at Best Western, Starke Patrolman ; Hill contest five
Carolyn pled no
t.' ( custody with bond set at $4,120.251Traffic with driving while license suspended DUI) fined $362, license suspendedsix DUI school Tri Probationsix
'I,", ,," Danny Thrift Jr. spotted and stop '(DWLS), provided valid license, months,.DUI school,' Trl County months, 50 hours County communitywork Charges of worthless check; placedon
ped a car matching that descriptionat six months Tri County Probationon
ordered to pay $50 court costs. Probation, 50 hours 'Community ,
3:15: a.m. Driver of the car Joseph Court Carol Geiger Gomes charged with work each case.
Michael Owens had" no driver's Finals Oct. 4 expired tag; present valid tag and. Clara Bryant Thornton pled guilty Janet Lee Norsworthy pled guilty
license and smelled of alcohol, said pay $50 court costs. refusing to accept and sign sum Misdemeanor Court retail theft; Trl County probation six
Thrift. A passenger in the vehicle, The following .Individuals appeared Arthur Lee McGarry charged with mons; 20- hours community work, Lucinda Bee Moore pled guilty ,months, 100 hours community work
Daniel 'Anderson was 'passed out before .Judge George H. *"I"M ton- nrovlded, valid tag Tri County criminal mischief: Trl County ,Pro- James Charles Uhl pled guilty
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.__--c. ___ retail' theft; Tri County Probationsix
months, 50 hours communitywork
I $75 court costs. '
Susan' Marie Smith pled guilty
possession of crack cocaine and
i' possession of drug paraphernalia;
$50 court costs.
Lawrence Scott Andrews pled
guilty trespass on school grounds;
ten days in jail to run consecutivewith
traffic charges.
:Andrews pled no contest interference -
with child custody; six
months court probation, stay away'
.9-11 LB. PKG, from victims, do not be around girls

USDA under age.Cindy .
Purdy .charged with
=_ INSPECTED WHOLE .HARVEST FRESH criminal mischief case dismissed,
costs waived.


FRYER LEG SMOKEDHAMS DEL MONTEQUARTERS firearm Stephen, criminal' in Craig public mischief;Edwards,'charges. discharging dismissed chargedwith ; I


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Circuit'Court,

BANANAS Sept Finals'The' ,

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,.':, OCT.,PRICES THURS..WED.QUANTITY-";"'RESERVED:13.19::::": :-GOOD RIGHTS,. 1988... Court where disposition..Sept.Derek luring their 6 McGhee cases the month"received contest of >Sept.final aggravated


,... ," ,: C C C battery pled(victim no Kerry H.
/; .. ,;'; I" ;' Fisher) and was placed on six months -
I :. probation'and ordered. tp make
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' SLICED' r 'placed ordered on to two make years restitution.probation'and Rivers

FREE was arrested May 23 for the offense
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Willie James Strong pled guilty to
( ,three counts forgery uttering forged
,r" i bank',''check'and was sentenced to
two years probation consecutive for
USDA INSPECTED FRYER 9-11 LB. PKG., -WHOLE PORK SHOLSMOKED NEW ZEALAND't each charge ordered to make

DRUMSTICKS ,78e' PICNICS Lb.87C KIWI FRUIT 4FOR'$100 restitution $1,125 and pay fine and
". LB. costs Str\lng'\ attempted to, cash
stolen checks from a former
employer (Lee Michael Oglesby}, ,
W-O BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF BONE-IN OR which, led to his arrest May 14.
LVKES US. CHOICE
I 'SIRLOIN BUN MATES 98 LAMB RIB Jimmy Vincent,Kirby was found
$O97. 2."HI $1. or $g99ELK HARVEST FRESH :guilty burglary of an 'unoccupied
BEEF FRANKS.. LOIN CHOPS ,
STEAK ,T.Tr.; i- La' it, fuss.1, 'is BROCCOLI 'dwelling petit theft. Adjudicationwas
withheld and Kirby was placed '
; FRESH ";t TMTI. ln<><* W-D RAND U S CHOICE BEEF ; .
U S CHOTCe WHOLE or HALF (SLICED FFIEF1T- on probation for one year;ordered to
BONE-IN $O87RIBEYE .LOUIS I RICH 99( CA IFORNIA $1$7 make restitution $280 and pay $30 a'

.. .. . i. O GROUND TURKEY u (ROAST. ,'v .'. s 78 month to supervisior. ,
John Donohue Crawford of Hampton -
.' .: LVKES BUN MATES W-D BRAND U s'CHOICE BEEF BONELESS '
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF BONELESS
pled no contest possession of
; 01 1, DELMONICO $A97 ,TURKEYFRANKS. 2 ,$118 SHOULDER $427 BUNCH ''crack cocaine and ''was given two

:," 'f.: ,' STEAK ..... ... '. it *l .. r'Iws' ROAST., .... ..? ";..' U years probation, must seek drug and
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,,' alcohol counseling costs waived.
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W-D BRAND U 8 CHOICE:
', .,' LYKES CodefendantJames,, Monroe
, ,1, i BEEF $127 U S. CHOICE HARVEST FRESH C also of pled
Taylor
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88WIENERS Hampton no con-
';, ': .,' BUN MATE SPARERIBS. ., . ,i. I ,. WHOLE or HALF ONIONS . tic test to possession of cocaine and was
\ LAMB LEGS HARVEST FRESH' placed on one year probation.. to be
W-O BRAND US CHOICE BEEF
1 CAMPBELL'SMUSHROOMS evaluated by BUGC, submit to -
I BONELESS" $197 substance abuse and
,; u 98 testing.'Taylor
CHUCK ROAST '. u' I ; $288 < Crawford were arrested March 13
2 188 HARVEST FRESH
,W-O BRAND U S. CHOICE BEEF ROUND BONE
'1-LB. SHOULDER HOTEL BAKING $ 00 August 29
$187 : V
'Steven Nagy of Jackson
'Vo',1"u George
POTATOES ,
PKGS. .' .
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ROAST a : .,. 'La ville, charged with possession of
medicinal drug without valid
prescription and possession of drug''
paraphernalia, pled guilty; ,adJudication -,
of guilt was withheld
c> y' 'SMOKED NICE S SLOW S HOT each Charge;'$250 fine and costs and
/ I _hS Zlfl TOGO' WHOLEs 'must participate in drug treatment.!!
+ BARBECUEs i William David Marchant chargedwith
1 I I n" i ,CHICKENS manufacturing cannabis, placed -
; on 18 months probation, must participate -
in TASC,pro ram';


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Herbert Daugherty, Sr. Herbert B., Jr. of :Keystone and Pa, Mr. Fulmer, moved to Jones Funeral Huu !. '"'in 1984 from CJe rwateri,She was a Mrs. Connnie Best of Starke, Mrs.
Donald of California his mother, Gainesville 20 from St Sue Carter of Beach, and, ,
Mi. Herbert B: Daugherty Sr..62, ;: years ago member of Lake Hill Baptist Church Daytona
Agnes K. Dougherty of Raiford; two Petersburg. He attended Westside and for Haugli Installations Mrs. Phyllis Rosier of Lake
of Keystone Heights, died Tuesday,, brothers.Dewey of Raiford and Teddy Church of Christ in Gainesville, and Mrs. Florence HarpeMrs. office manager two sons, John M. Miller of Stare
Oct.Medical 4 in North Fla Regional of Hampton; three grandchildrenand was a trades helper at the Universi Florence Mildred Harps 77, Survivors, Inc.Include her husband, and Richard B.Miller of New Smyrna -
extended Center Gainesville follow one great-grandchild ty of Fla. Plant,Maintenance Division 'of Melrose, died Oct 9 ,at her ,Ivar E. her mother,Alice K. Beach; a sister. Mrs. Judy
ing an illness: Memorial services were held Oct, .residence following an extended il Haugli; Arnette of Keystone; a brother
Born July 14 1926 In Winter 10. Interment will be at a later date Survivors include his wife, Nina lness. Coulter of Speedway, Indi a John A. Miller of Starke; 13 grandchildren -
Haven, Mr. Daugherty Lake moved Butler.to Arrangements are being handled by Lee Fulmer; his parents Edward'M. Born Mar 4, 191 1.Mrs. Harpe was daughter; Dena Scheidenholm of and 11 great-grandchildren.
Keystone 11'11987 from Jones Funeral Home. and Bette L., Fulmer of Lake a lifetime resident of Melrose. She Keystone; a son,Robert Stephenson Funeral services were held Oct.10
memberof
He was a Protestant and in a Geneva' his son. Forest E. Fulmer was a homemaker and a member;of of Bossier City, La.; four,sisters in the Life and Praise Ministries of
AmVets' Post 86 Keystone ''of Eliam Alice Reed of Brownsburg Ind.,.
,' Baptist Church.
retired from the Merchant Marines Edward "Eddie" Fulmer Enterprise Fl Deborah Parker of Indianapolis Starke with Rev. Ricky Norman
and was a Navy Veteran of worldWar Mn Edward P. "Eddie" Fulmer, Funeral services were held Oct Survivors Include 'her husband, Ind., and Nola Ellen Rairdon and,! and Rev.Robbie Best officiating Interment
I1.Survivors. 41, of Gainesville died Oct 8 in 11 in DeWitt C Jones Chapel with John L. Harpe; a sonn, John L.,Jr.,, Nyla Parker, both of Indiana and was in Crosby' Lake
include his wife, June North Fla.. Regional Medical Center Rev David Landers officiating Interment of Melrose; four daughters, Pear nine grandchildren. Cemetery under, the direction of ,
Holt Daugherty; A daughter, Linda following a brief illness. 'will be at a later date. Arrangements Riddling and Catherine Hartsfield Funeral services were held Oct. 8 Jones )funeral Home,
Carroll of Keystone, two' sons, Born Oct 20, 1946 ,in Pittsburgh, are being handled by both of Orange Park. Thelma Dampier at Lake Hill Baptist Church with her In lieu of flowers, donations may
and Judy'' ,Knapp both of be made to Life&Praise Ministries,
pastor, Rev. J. Wallace Brown officiating. Fl. 32091.
Melrose two sisters, Celia Chesser .Interment was in Keystone P.O.Drawer 939, Starke,
and Flora Morris, both of Melrose
; Heights Cemetery under the direr Reeves
19 grandchildren and ,19 great tion of Jones Funeral Home. Ms.Virglna
"IU grandchildren; Mrs. Virginia Smith Reeves, 78,
Funeral services were held Oct. 11 Sankey M.MillerMr. died Oct. 8, In Largo' following a

in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev Sankey M. Miller. ,72, of brief illness.
,Jimmy Coyle officiating. Intermentwas Starke, died ,Friday; Oct. 7 in Born May 3, 1910 In Starke, Ms.
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: ( In Elam Cemetery under the Alachua General Hospital followingan Reeves was the daughter of the late
I 'dIrection of Jones Funeral Home. extended Illness. R.A. and Mary Weeks, and grand
I Weeks,
of the late WIT. ;
daughter
Born Mar. 17, 1916 In Roan Moun-
The Bradford, Riding Club Mrs.Patricia Haugli tain,' Tenn., Mr. Miller moved to long-time Clerk of the Circuit' CourtIn
1, Mrs. ,Patricia P. Haugli 52, of Starke in 1952. He was a Baptist, a Bradford County.
Keystone Heights, died Oct. 1in Mason in Unicol, Term., and a' She was a past president of the
,','' and The Bradford 'County Alachua General Hospital followinga retired Sergeant with the Dept. of Woman's Club of Starke, II memberof
brief illness. Corrections. the W.T. Weeks Chapter of the

Chamber' of Commerce Born May 7, 1936 in Indianapolis, Survivors include his wife, Mrs. United Daughters of the Confederacy
Ind.?Mr?. Haugli moved to Keystone Mae Berry Miller; three daughters,. ;' and was active in 'other
--. organizations here, including the ..
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PTA and American Red Cross during .
'''' World War II. She was
: :' ;, i 1988 Coca Cola Classic Methodist. ,
'Present t MOBILE Ms. Reeves ,is survived by one ,
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", daughter, Joan Graham of Largo;'
Barrel Futurity: two sons Junius M. (Butch) Smith,
HOME Jr., ,of Houston. Tx, and Robert
I ijcauirtrtg Calf, 1 log,and Chicken Scrambles (Bob) Smith of San Francisco, Ca.;'
,nine grandchildren and four great"
SPECIALMOBILE grandchildren; one sister, Murla'
October
12 16
I Weeks Bennett of Valrico, Fl.; and
I one brother W.T. Weeks of
//s HOME 3 TON $ Tallahassee. (

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mobile hornet. Subject to availabilitySingleWide plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery with
f1 Father Fred Yerkes, former rectorat
I' 'Sat.. Oct. 15' StllL,Oct.16 ,, Priced from? St. Mark's Episcopal Church officiating
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Added GAS & APPLIANCES Starke were In charge of arrangements -,
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I Sweepstakes S. WALNUT ST. 'STARKE 964.7701 t+
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I, Pinellas County, Largo, Fl. 34640., ill

l t 7:00 p. n.' Mrs. Elsie'Sever
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\ ; Mrs. Elsie L.:Sever 72, of Starke
$, 3,090 !l ( : 'Professional Hospital following a brief illness.'
Come See Chiropractic Center '
\ Born Mar. 10, 1916 in Trenton
// i /Racers" 'from N.J.Mrs. Sever moved to Starke in
Barrel tarke Office
;; : 1964. She was, a homemaker.., and
III All, over'the ,U.S.A 218 S.' Walnut;/ Catholic. _
Survivors include friends,Otis and
II GREAT ACTION!!! Next to the Chamber of Commerce Marie Melton of .Starke and one
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I ; III' For more information Graveside funeral services were
\\' I' !t\ Call 964-7871 or 964-6884 held Oct. 7 in Santa Fe Cemeterywith
Rev.Ralph Durham officiating.
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,.Work. Rcl l 4Sport. Ms. Dorothy?Klinge, 79 ;died'Sept.
.' 30 at the Ithaca home of' her"
.Fmml" son,
rte .A.I.AtcMMU '
Born in Jamestown,N.Y.,Mrs. Kl,
,DR.W.DAVID SIKES inge graduated from Goucher College -,
,' DR..RICHARD TULLER and the University of Michigan.
,;" She retired from Glen Cove Com-
See Our Booth at the CHIROPRACTIC- PIIYSICIANS munity Hospital 'on Long Island
THE TEAM APPROACH after 15 years as a bacteriologist.She .
was a member of the American
1988 Cola Classic
Coca, 'CHIROPRACTIC CARE WHEN. YOU NEED IT'i i Bridge College Women and the
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Survivors include her son, Peter''
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the second primary., '

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8O11RAE Ask about ,our'' I will i 1
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WINCHESTER..x' *r Great Prices on '
w' and will 'try to, talkwith as many of you, as '
Tl>.numtwr on* telling ,
Cases of Shells I I
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WIHCHESTEft.. for up.rtorqumy control.


I have another worthy ,opponent to' run

We, have ;in! the: 6-8-8; ,Strawberry Special! against in 'the: general, election. ,



SM 'SCC .t I ,will! 'need the continued support of all'' the A

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,';\;;,\. ; ','" A big family event takes place this weekend when the Bradford
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'" ., ''I calves In the'popular event.'

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By Mark FriedlinBCTStaff Riding Club and the) Chamber of to bring the events ;to( Bradford most fun for the kids;'and adults ri it
to 5 rooms WriterBarrel Commerce have been working long County by >adding money for, the( well,as the youngsters raced around' ,
racers, horse lovers' In hours to make sure this year's eventis purses, the enclosed ,arena chasing tirYt I
", general .and a big crowd of just as successful as last year's. The Calf and Chicken Scramble '
| Monk$ from 2S to 1OOO; Oollom"AvollobU onlookers will be on, hand this Local businesses have also helped (an appropriate word) word t the See Page?U
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years, was a tremendous success,
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20% to 50% OFF GRILL PARTS & ACCESSORIES Griffis, both in the big crowd on
hand and the reaction of the barrel
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Indiana, Alabama Georigia,'Tennessee 1TiL.-t4
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,/ Siarkc's Early History To Be Told ." I:' ; '< : '' '
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How did Starke get its name? Senator David L. Yulee,father of the
famous Atlantic'to-Gulf railroad ',A
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George Cole first postmaster and his :
came? fiancee.Mlss Starke, for'whom he named '

Who won the 'battl(', / thecourthouse' ? the town;, Capt.<,John Charles Please Sav YES

These/ and other questions,too will,b ," Richard first store ownerand' troop Miss Starke...
answered in a hysterical/historfca// commander during the Civil War and

edy drama to be staged Saturday at 9 Cot, Wm- W. Moore founder<( of the Featured or early player Ktarkr in, to thestory beprenrnlrd
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a.rm In the' Santa'Fe Starfee Center Starke Telegraph in 1879, who describes, at the Arts
parking lot as an opening feat uho of
Third Annual Starke Arts. Festival/ on waged by Starker'andLahe'[. flutter from Ing.' are Mitchell Starling (
Call; Street, 875 to 1900. 811 first postmaster,:
presenting a Power to his.iwerthrart ,
The story ai told by early Starhc settlers MlHH Slnrke,
;'In costumes of the period.is being The historical comedy-drama will be of Kernandina, as he asks

staged by Or. April O'Connell's Oral Interpretation presented at 9 a.m.' 'Saturday, 015./ ,, ,permission new lawn Klwrko to name In her the '
of Literature class of Sanift on an outdoor stage aU.he Call/ Stree, honor.

,Fe Community Col1e :f. side of the parking lot, adjoining jhf : f- -
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,3BR,.. ,2BA E>ouble\\tide a..illi1111.1 straps p.Re/' t. usher \In the Kcsllviil) of The more limn 100 artists who will 'froni all\ over She state of Florida,

the Ails, be featured at the show arc: coming! South Georgia and many of them are
100 )local artists eager: to display their<
.1' 4 900 talent< to the appreciative big crowds'rwhkh '

,1 if.fJ ., Cleopatra's Upholstery & .. show since have Its been Inception.The II highlight. of the.

,A A 7 t*>r/ Shingled roof wood lffinj, plywood iloori. delivery and Decorating show \Is being sponsored! by the'
gJ1 tet-up. Fleetwood 1 yr warranty and Extended Warranty "" Emporium City of Starke and by Santa PC
rO Community ColleStarkC' Center' ,
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322 s:Walnut St. SUrke 964-7014 the Sl-XC Ivndowmcnl Corporation
Factory Direct Means' Wholesale Prices only ate (Next Door to Lake Area/ Glass) and the SlarkcrBradford Chamber'
of Commerce.
FREE PICK-UP & DELIVERY "We have been very pleased with the I
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I Head Linen '99.00Wallpaper' arts. who have participated In the
j uality Homes .. show,"ShXTC-Slarke Center Director''
1 Drape t.Bedspread by Schumacker Hrrnard MePadden commented.
,Mini Blind by Kirsch &: Graber, Hills 1 Is truly an event that draws the'
'&.mmuntty together In' one of the
"((9Q4)) 7528627Hwy We Carry a Full Line of fabrics'\ best possible, wny.The artists who
committed to th '.how this
have
I 41.N. (Between. MO bUS, 90))) Lake City, Florida ''another)'t'naJ"t'very outstanding a."C..rulCnl.<< we."expect' *

'Theet I Ing.'along the renovated
.1 4BR.. 2BA '24x70 Call Strict section ol the city which'
1988
;/itkl/e5hr has undergone a tremendous rebirthIn
rt4 el the pnsl few years to a pcrfcrt one
w/optional 5, or 6.bedroomLOADEDI' for art event of.this '
; fc.tival-goers..
of parking for the !{
t spacious display areas for the artists
:for.your Fallfashions! with their maiiy.,creations and accnt'al
location which Is easily
(V, 209 ,x-sslblc for all\ those who attend. ,'
22',90.0 or month The'categories, In the festival Include
works In two, dimensions,
vaulted ceilinMan Extras! (painting drawing/ :, prlntmaklngaitd :
Fireplace 2O% phologiaphy: ) and In1' three
Off ; dimensions. (IwooQwurktn.ull'*
'I\' tore In all t>f Its various, forms and

.,.. ... 'regular on our priced : r Y r ;. k '" "- , ,Kwocoaesss5 \ f "' "th' nlllufl\t mat t'T1'5tThns I li "
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"cmARRlVERSEAFOOD who received a Bachelor of Fine Arts
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j'ti : hen won over 20 awards for her
i & <#'P$:-V : "''woiksi. She' has had four one-man!
hop shows luul several two-man showsIn
museums. and galleries across the
Joan's Fashions
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calves for' the older" will be excited ,they have entered this season a ".
students who i to learn that the top watch in action. At
40, and now making good
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got to keep what they caught then BFA Barrel Racers In the United first BFAj Donnie does the training, but in living In the.
\ sport as a profession
:.;,"' ,s ,chickens lor the younger kids who States, (based on prize winnings) Donnie has won over $65,000'to, addition to training and racing, they'' Donnie says he has seen many
,' gave the crowd a real thrill anci a lot will also be on hand for the competi- ,date since he was aqulred In.1987. both are involved in buying, selling'' changes in the sport fo Futurity rac-
: of laughs as they scattered out in tion.Donnie .or trading as well,and estimate that ing in the past five yean projecting
"hot pursuit" cf their quarry\ and Diane Reece of Carbon "You never know when one might they have been involved In transact that the sport will continuq to grow
I Top Team to Be Here Hill,Ala.have dominated the Barrel make a good barrel horse," Donnie tions for over 150 horses since their and expand into many new areas of
Fans of barrel racing, with it's re- Racing circuit riding their two says.."Dlane's horse Flaming Mite involvement ihe'tp>rt began. the country
quired high level of riding skill,, 'horses "Flaming Mite" for Diane' was bought for $10,000 before he
horsemanship and pinpoint timing ''and "Bars Jet Moon" for Donnie to made a penney on the circuit. He is a
between the rider and their steeds top place'' fMnh" l l'"' every event special, hors'p for the spectators to, .. .
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GENERAL PRACTICE OF rAW
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Local Driver In Divorce &:FamUy't.aw, Business' :: 'Transactions,
'Trial Work. Wills & Probate.. Social Security Disability.

Top 10.of NASCAR Insurance Law Accidents &' Injuries. Fire Losses

Winston Racing Workers Compensation.. Criminal Law' (DUI,\Felony: -

Stock car racer Jack fVazior or' ,Misdemeanor -Juvenile). Corporate, Business'Law,
'. Starke (who races on a weekly basis State or Federal Court Administrative '
Zoning &
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.I,.,' '" < standings of the Sunbelt Region of Wage and HoUr Law.
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\ I the $400,000 NASCAR Winston Racing Adoptions. &
r'1" ( Non-Profit'Rel1glouSi Chartlble Organizations.NO .
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nf'i5N(' '1'''''"'' \. the NASCAR Winston Racing Series
:"Y"!:, \,\,, \ Ceramic World., ," ''Champion's Banquet on Nov, 12 ''at
Mfr [ Jli ,: : : ?/ ''the Opryland' Hotel.,in Nashville,
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I" I Tues. Wilford McCorrrUck Jacksonville .,Electric.Starts At 88.l'rices, Ur/npY

I'', ; Wed *Tom Messer of Jacksonville A" from =
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Fri:'' James Ford, of Macclenny IT \ &
Hardware And :' ? F1 M\ L : I
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SALE ENDS TUESDAY, OCT.:18: .. ? /; "It
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It A Fact You Can Do Deller At Denmark '1
Furniture l I1'Ji '2.1 cu. In. Automatic or Manual'
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NOTICE, PERSONAL SERVICESWANT BUSINESS CARS, TRUCKS VANS SHONE
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I 964-7776,
TO DRINK.THAT'S OPPORTUNITIES CHEVY V4 TON 4x4 PARTSt f iron and 205 N. (
,CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be lub- T.mhl.| t Stftrk*:
YOUR BUSINESS I rear axle, transfers
milted to 'the Bradford County transmission.
WANT TO STOP? 1000 SUNIEDS etc 9645812. TFce
Telegraph office /In writing and paid In THAT'S OURS I TONING TABLES <7e CJ5 JEEPt and Cecelia legar '
advance unless credit, i I. I already 1 new top doors funs [ Tefw _
established with thl*'office{ Alcoholic Anonymous Sunol-WOLFF Tanning BediSlenderQuet good ready for hunting. Must sell,
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD 964.4 I 50 or 964.2000 Passive Exercisers $1700. 964.7109 or 964.6376. 2tchg
pd thru 12/29 Call for FREE color catalogueSave 10/6-13

CLASSIFIEDS RESPONSIBLE WHEN AD FOR IS MISTAKES TAKEN OVER IN CHAIN LINK FENCEr installed/ Free to 50%, 1.800.835.3826. icon 1970 CHEVY PICKUP! AT, PS; PB run*. We will take you through every stage of buying. a home
THE TELEPHONE. estimates' HANDY-MAN FENCE CO., OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE good. $800 or best offer. 964.3126. Itpd Including Financingl '
Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559 TF TORE, Choose from Jean/Sport. 10/13 :
Classified deadline. I I. TUESDAY. HOME REPAIR: painting roofing: new Swear, ladle, men., children/mater '971' FORD PICKUP and 8 ft. tilde.Incamper. Fulfill Your Dreams
NOON. prior to Thursday publication'. and tear off. Additions, remodeling. nity, large sizes. petite, 10/13
782.3708.
'.Classified display deadline it TUESDAY. Itpd ._.HOMI.... ,
Thomas E, Lee Construction, office danceweor/aeroblc. bridal, lingerie of 'BO CUTLASS CRUISER WAGON 5.3 liter
5.00 PM Special Classified display LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS. PRIVACY, PRICED RIGHT Keystone, beautifulSponl.h..tyl.
964 2852, home 4311675. 7/7TF accessories store. Add color analysis, diesel excellent condo $1500.
placement NOT Guaranteed SEWING MACHINES All make and Brand name; Lit Claiborne, Healthtex, 964.2269. Asking horn, 3450 ..f., 10 acre*, sprinkler system,4 BR, 2Vi bo formal
Minimum charge for classified ads I.l models cleaned and) oiled 'and ad- ,Chous. Lee St. Michel, Forenia. 1979 MONTE Itchg, CARLO 10/13 work IR, fully equipped kitchen, Ig. FR, brick fireplace, patio pool, oiling fan, 2
) good car
15 words for $3.50, then 15 cent for $15.00, ( car new roof, zoned Agrl.,2 ossum, mtg- $133,000
[lusted, ,,19 years experience Bugle Boy, Levi, Camp Beverly' Hills, $800 OBO. Call 964.4286/6100.. Itpd garage
each, word thereafter.... All work guarani...!. Hwy 233 S 16, Organically Grown, Lucia, Over 2000 10/13 A RARI FIND 3BR/2BO, concrete block t stucco energy lflcl.nl. 1548 *.f.,
.h. (Morgan Rd.), Call 964 8733 for house others. Or $13.99 one price designed, 1977 FORD LTD 4-door, AT AC., PS,. 1.09 Ac., CHt A, carpet above-ground pool. Priced to tell $ 62,000
calls. 84TFBULLDOZER multi-tier pricing discount or family clean good cond. $400. 7' .31S3 or STYLISH BRICK HOME 601 Falrlane St., 3 BR, 2 Bo, carpet, ceramic tile, CH&A,
i WORK: $40 per hour shoe store. Retail price unbelievablefor 7I2-31M. Itpd 10/13 appliance and blind remain 1.364 *... $ 62.000
YARD SALE 782.3306. If no answer 782.3954, leave top quality shoes normally priced 1982 CHEVY PICKUP red chrome toll DUPLEX 2BR/2Ba, Bradford Drive $ 43.500

'name and number. 8/25TF .from $19 ro $60. Over 250 brands 2600 bar, factory alum, rims, 305 V8, 4 bl, 207 ALVAREZ CTi 2 BR, 1 Ba, frame, fenced yard $ 17,500 ,
YARD SALE I! bookshelf WELL DRILLING; PUMPS S SERVICE) Our- styles. $17,900 to $29,900.lnventory; $4500 Call 468.1aJ5.'llpd 10/13 N.W.29th AYE 4 BR 2 bo, stucco B frame.20.7 acre.CHCA, 79,400 ,
: Stove, refs( ronce Pump & Supply'' Co.. Water training, fixtures, airfare, grand opening .. 1972 VOLKSWAGON body.. transmissionand BETHEL CHURCH RD:3 BR, 1 bo. CB. wood floor, 1185 ..f.,5 acre $ 60.OOO
chain link
:clothe fence, dishwasher, dryer Systems Specialists, 864 N. Temple etc. Can open 15 day*. ,.Mr: ,Me.. front end good. $125 or best offer. CONERLY ESTATES BR, 2 ba, FP, 1800 ..f., easy financing .s 82.OOO
misc. .It.m. Sal., Sun. 9-6.30
Ave.. US 301. Starke, Fl 1 32091. 98TFIF Comb ((404) 859.0229. '
) Itpd 10/13
the ,9644402, Itchg 10/13 CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water 1BR/1 Ba. $ 90.000
by football field 522 Adkins St.
Itpd
1013FRIDAY YOU WOULD LIKE to take piano ELEPHANTS.. are happy to work for GRAHAM 3/2, 2.18 Ac., 1930 f., CH&A $ 85.000 I
t SATURDAY 8.5 301 lessons:please call B. Davis' 964.2649. PEANUTS. People want SS$$, Fast 262 MYRTLE STi 2/1. frame n.wlyr.mod.led. CH&A, .$ 30.000 |
p.m. From multi-million dollar
2tpd 10/6-13 growing company, SO SO CHEAP I remodeled I 110.
CHIC 38R freshly
newly
turn ,ion Edwards Rd two miles,
go f WILLIAMS FLOOR COVERING no lob too .need local rep. No direct telling Set.
house left Cancel painted, new carpet 628 Pinewood St, Reduced $ 28.500
on 10/13 .
roin Itpd )
.. own hour,
small. of .1"1'1.corp.t. your FI"IY.o. $40.000 to,
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GARAGE SALE( Sat. S Sun. Oct 15.16. .Specializing wood, tile.|In Carlton repairs Williams 75000. Call u* now for full details ROAD 230-Ei: 2 dory, CB I frame, 3 BR, 1 % $ 45.OOO
On 301, across from KOA C&C Storage 1-416-756-7796 fcon 1201 BLANDING STs CB, 3/1 3/4 bo, CH&A. 3/4 acre S 45.000 I
782.3836 782 3345. 10,6.73 or 1.416-756.2I1t.
unit 7. Moving everything must go. 9, RITEWAY ROOFING or CO.2tchg owner WT. STATE DISTRIBUTORSHIP AVAILABLE for 1 to 2 ACRE LOTS SMALL FARM 3.83 Acre, frame 311.1532 ..f. $ 36.OOO I IHWY. "'
a.m.-6 p.m. Itpd 10/13 Turner Slarke. Shingles leaks fixed the latest In Jackknife Accident' Control 229i2/1 frame, 3 tall barn newly rewired 2 AC. $ 32.500
YARD SALE Frl 8 Sat. 10/InS.. SW 7th '.reroofs new roofs. Col 964-3392 or ;Safety Equipment PATENTED $250 DOWN KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR 1 Bo, 1500*.f.. wood frame, S 50.OOOBROOKERi
St.. Crosby Lak. Itpd 10/13 9654.2976 or 964.7612. Itpd 10/13'' WORLDWIDE Unlimited soles potervtioti 3/2 brick and from.,.Shady Oak S/O, extra lot, S 44.000
3 FAMILY YARD ,SALES, ,furniture( '.DO YOU NEED A COMPANION? Do you Call monufactui 4rft* Bayless Highway MENG DAIRY ROADs 2.25 acre. 3/1 CB CHt;to near .$ 40,000 |
household item and clothe 95pm,
need license practical nurse? Do you 1.eoo..5.6026. fcan ....LOTS t ACREAGE. ,_ "" i j
Fri. South 301 left on $E 15th Ave. Itchg DEALERSHIPLOG. HOMES Your Owner Fingnc!: ig
10/13 need someone to care for a child with complete LOT L.GOtf AIR KDl Country Club Estates.1.11 1 acres, Make an Oflerl j $ 8,700 I
YARD SALE In Roordurn{ left "special needs'? If you have a special!. lot home manufacturing company HWY. 325 10 acre join Alachua County line $ 25.500 I
at cau has all of America finest, lines
,need I help. Please call starting -LandWell l I
can anytime CONERLY ESTATES Lot 10 $ 10.000
tion light 8th house on I.ftr',AH Item at $9.675. Great .
potential
964 4888. earning .\*\u I
shown on porch. So rain' Reference upon request.Itchg MICHIGAN STREETi 2 Acre* Iniidecity $10.OOO
: come, or will not Interfere with employ
.. Friday, Saturday Sunday, 9.5, 1013TRACTOR '.ment. Investment 100 present% secured by -Septic' Tank RD. 100 EAST 1.37 acre, wooded and plotted $ 7OOO I ILAWTEVt
p./n.' 4lpd 10/13-11/3 WORK mowing and harrow. model I home. Call Mr, Lamonr toll free 5 acre*, 105th Ave., good Investment $ 15.OOO I
.3 FAMILY YARD SALE Frt & Sat. Queen Ing; $20 on hour; No.lob too large.Call' 18003215647. The Original OLD RD.100 Ei 12 acre plus fish pond, wide open spaces $ 26.OOO I
,size mattrets set; lots of gift item and Carlton Craft 964 6697, or Jimmy, TIMER LOG HOMES and Supply Inc Rt 431-1941: : Anytime PRIMITIVE TlST CHURCH RD.t 20.16 acre, 3 wells. 2 poles ,; S SO.0001

much more at .Jo-Lu Motel,,. 301 Sou'!'. Steen after 5 p.m., 9647387. Also 8N 6, 346 Logue. Road Mt ''Juliet., / Tn. CROSBY LAKE LOT cleared 100'*on water ,* $ 19.8001
< Ford Tractor for sole condition
Itpd 10/13 ; 10/13.20';' good ; ... 37122. fcan WINDING TREE LAKE lot 246 Fla. Frontier $ 15,0001
YARD SALE Saturday only 9.4 1805 2tpd '
Roiford Rd. Itpd 10/13 p.m.. WILL BABYSIT |In my'home Man-Frt. $40 .....COMMERCIAL.*
I SATURDAY ; per child. 9642864 2tchg10l320WANTED REALTY 301 AND WASHINGTON STREET 292.5x105' $ 90,OOO I
fRIDAY 9)11. 1001 W. frail : t9 MATHEWS ,
St., Itchg 10/13 *" LOOKING FOR A DEAL Two prime acre,301 S., Reduced to 585.000 I
fOUR FAMILY SALE; Saf.10/IS-' 9 S p.m. 5._ .' B4st ttsu ::: LOCATION. LOCATION I This prime commercial location 507 W. Madison St.,|
615 W, Madison. Sofa 4 choirs clothe, mll.. iR 9644469'REA4TOR directly across from WlnnDixle, could be converted to your need I

much more Itchg 10/13 WANTED'r' When. selling real' Mime, why Settle. for itllmn .... whole bun when you can tell the whole world? RD. 14 WEST Four duplex $130,0001 i
FIVE FAMILY SALE ml.e.lloneoushem.,( PROPERTY RENO AREAi SUPER COMMERCIAL Great_two tory building corner Call C Walnut St., '
something for .".ryon.. 3 mile South Please write P. O. Drawer 280, Starke. Listing Agent for VA Acquired PropertiesArea I & II 3198 *.f., clean excellent condition live upstairs* have
301, 7 mile to Graham. Look for signs, Fla. 32091. 4/7TF business downstairs. Bet location I Enterprise. Zone Benefit $ 60,0001
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Sor.9.::._tIL. 485-2727, Itchg 10/13 WILL TRADE 2 bedroom 2 story horn In. MOBILE HOMES Two Story- House, Remodeled very 3.34 ACRES-301 South 190' on 301,:94' zoned commercial 96' zoned I
""* Storke for highway or lake frontage 1973 NEW MOON 12x60 with op nice' LAND Open Rural mall 1BR home C inglewlde S CB bldg., utility shed $ 62.000 ,

PERSONALSDRINKING property in Keystone. Call, 473;3627 prox. 10 acre, North of lowtey .$...' 100 Ai Six Acres CAKE BUTLER 12 unit trailer pork $ 55.OOO I I
I evenings 9/22TF 105th Ave: Off 301 N. wooded 8.50 oc,w/well 301 SOUTH 193 ft.301 frontage $ 85OOO I I
BASEBALL CARDS WANTED: old and THOMPSON ST: 11.362..1., brick, Enterprise Zone, Benefit $ 80,000
1985
Fleetwood
92x26. 3 BR. 2 Ba.CHA. "
WATER fr..h' A septic
Pure, ,
new government: registered discovery Amazing' new. Call Lorry; 4733573.' 2tchg. 1 acre near Bedford Lake. .L.wt.yt 18 acre with 600 ft. Hwy. 301 Ni 1.5 acre. MH hook-up. 2 bldg, 240"on 301, great value $ 37,000 I
10/13-20 19B3 Fleetwood S2x24 3 BR, 2 Ba. 301 NORTH by EconoLodge 165.0V on 301 ,. $120,000) '
Removes chlorine, pollution Easy Insrtallation.anywh.re J)25 frontage. ,
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.Lowest co.I.-" ..- ,'- .iCHBAe.trent/rear..potiodbl ear I Cltytiooe.iicife{ on Laura Sbt..'room for' 301. ,, NORTH""- ". "approximately....Y... -?S<150 x opprox; 220"c $125,000
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.F Information; CRYSTAL SPRING 3435 garage Highrldge E.tates, Keltone'11{ '.'iverolte'.iderifldl\ lot.1' "."I) .. .1, r. ;1,"" "" r I I estc.rK... b.,', .
Edg.cr..k, *Mo stonVix" .*7066. ... !Hts., many extra .Cltyl 1.38 Ac. great office I location:: After H Oil..

7134448655. fcan UNITED TRUCK MASTER Truck Driver HOMES& ACREAGE -City SR 100: 3.5 acre, potential Ann. TvrwilUgar N.l.on 473-7541
OVER 35 and SINGLET Find love/compa. :Training D.OT. certification |lob Gelger, Rd.t 2100 .f. brick veneer, commercial development area. John Longford Master Appraiser 496-2291
nlonshlp on the n.w romance hotline. placement assistance, financial aid CH&A
opprox. 10 acres, 4 BR, 2 Ba, ,
Listen to recorded messages from exerting available, correspondenceresidenttraining ., city water & front porch with swing ( HOMES Paulln RandolphJoy 964-3160
gas '
singles.' 1-900-909-8000. $2 call. accredited member NHSC ottchmt, sunken living room -FmHAi, Several nice 3 8R, ,114 Ba Thornton 964-4223
$45 additional minutes fcan Call toll.free 1.800.346-3112. Headquarters with brick .Colle, Rd 3BR. 2%Bo. ,CHSA
fireplace,
family Ig.
TURN BACK I THE CLOCK, Men) Feel 21 room I
Clearwater, Florida. fcan central garage, carport, chain link fence
again, Increase male hormone activi f SECURE A CAREER In the- aviation high .formal dining room, vac- yard. I

ty. Experience your former endurance, pay Industry day/night classes, coliege system, new carpet -$.. Clalr St.l 2 BR, 1: Ba, CHSA. with.
'recovery from. ALL physical' activity credits, financial aid, lob place.ment. Union Cfyl' 135 acres 2700. .q.ft. large family room.

Guaranteed .result: 303-825.0882WildBill Details call free 1-800-877.2232, brick home. Walnut St.l 3 BR. 2 ba, CH&A, Ideal'
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fcon ext' 127'.in Florida! ",fcan, BUILDING LOTS for the large family.

Little Lake Santa Fet 100x160 ft. lot, :.CR 225: 3 BR. 1 boo CHSA. on t acre David Lawson Paint &
"" new septic tank, approved for well, near Lowtey for the out-of-towners; Body Shop

;;.. ,!li/ power source to lot I e Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates

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Susan M.:.Faulkner;GRI. CRB President. Res 884-6941 l.S..f. Starke. FL .
EQUAL HOUSING REALTOREIMFaull Opal Dickn.Re HSU SWIM.
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ter'Really'Inc.'torated I Designated Appraisers ,/ HomeY Lots./ Acreage/ Waterfront :
Service. Real Estate OIHce
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: Hwy. 301 .2 blks. S. Of SR 100.,221 W. Lafayette St: Appraisal* for Residence e Farm Commercial Business v Commercial

*GORGEOUS HOME ON CRYSTAL LAKE Three',levels, jocuzzl.:guest apo':'.; ST. CLAIR STREET 2BR/1Ba Frame, AC Unit, Heater, 10x24 Screened | '

ment; 2 fireplace, many other extras Can for private showing: ., I RENTAL Porch Range ft Ref... 112x310 lot. $29.700. '
ONEACRE, WITH 2 III, 2 ba, LR. family room. Access to CRYSTAL LAKE.'.. on ON THE WATER 3BR/2Ba CB B Cedar, CHSA. Stove. Refrl A Dishwasher,
.THREE BEDROOM. 2 both with kitchen appliances
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BEAUTIFUL HOME with over 2000 square feet. POOU. Well B Septic. .
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*4.45 ACRES: Hwy. 100 West 9900. acre., $375 MOVE HOUSE TO NEW LOCATION. 2 BR/lBa from.. In Good Condition. .

,tit CHOOSE YOUR OWN COLORS In this new3 BR. 2 Ba home on one acre.",, .TWO BEDROOM, I both. : with kitchen appliances/ : In Stove B Refrl $5.700.
LOT IN TOWN 53.loa. Water S sewer available. t Starke, $275. PEACE t QUIET 2BR/1Ba CB.;Large Living.Dining Room Family Room Kitchen .
*WE HAVE HOMES |IN TOWN with prices under $30,000.:Financing available.., w/Breokfa Nook, CHAA, Enclosed Garage: Well S Septic 3 Ac.

HWY. It EAST: 3 acre .with well ..ptlc.light pole, need to be checked by ONE ACRE OF PRIVACY 4BR/2Ba Brick, Living B Dining Rooms, Large Eat- '
!Health Dept. $12000, -- A Few of Our Many ListingsIN In Kitchen, Sewing Room or Private Office Fireplace. CH&A Well Septic. .

BETWEEN STARKE t KEYSTONE, 1 I acre with' '14x52 mobile home, most fur.' STARK Over 1300 ..f., CB. close to everything only, $28,000. HWY. 14 EAST s 3BR/2Ba. 1988 Doublewide, CH&A 2-Inch Well Septic, 1.26 |
tniture goes with sale. $17,900. QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD Excellent frame home, Iqrge lot, In'Starke. $28,000 Acres. .

*COUNTRY CLUB AREA Immaculate 3 BR,2 Ba brick veneer, fireplace patio, 'WOULD YOU BtllEVEl 65 plus acres. 'for' only $1500 per acre. Highway. frontageon HWY. 301 NORTH Two-Story Block w/llving Area Upstairs;6400 SF,.3.7 .

vertical blinds,.double garage,.beautifully landscaped, -I acre partially wooded SR 100 Welt. Acre .
: Mid $70. '2-STORV BRICK t CEDARt 4 BR, 24* Ba. 2388 >I.. CHSA range, ref, DW., ...2 ACRES 2BR/1BO Frame & 3BR/2BO Doublewide Like, New I
LAWTEY I ACRE with well and septic $7,900. opprox 72 acres, planted pine, pond and posture. Will divide. w/Flreploce.\CH&A. Patio C Carport, Large Workshop,.Well B Septic I
*LAWTEYt 5 3/4 ACRE. SI4OOO. ,BRICK 3 BR. 1V4 10, CHSA, over 1300 .I., In Starke, fenced backyard. Owner Financing., '
*LAWTEY I 3/4 ACRE. "'OWNER FINANCING! Approx. S'A acres on SR 235. Well S Septic. $16.500. I OLD FASHIONED FRAME 4BR/1Bo, large living & Dining Rooms. Large 1 .
*PINEHAVENi IR, 1 bath partially closed In gorogelor3rd BR, new roof ALMOST NEW DOUBLEWIDI on 40 acre, good land., 85000., Porches, large Lot w/Shad. Tree, City Water & Septic Tank, lawtey., I
and new Insulated window.; .BRICK 4 BR. 1'A bo. Raiford area on 1 acre NEW RIVER 2BR/1 Ba SW Mobile Home In Excellent Condition Well B Sep-
*2 RENTAL UNITS One 2 BR and one 1 BR, completely remodeled In"1987.:Income -. LARGE IIi 2 ba. on 3 acre, hwy. frontage only $51,000. tic. 9.5 Acre, 26000. land Only $22.000. ''I
$525 per'month, or live In one and rent the other, DUPLEX IN STARKEt rental Income $550 per mo., only 25000. HANDYMAN SPECIAL Two-Story 3BR/28a Block Frame. '
*WALDO 3 BR 2 bath home, large family room with flr.plac..lacunl. nice POULTRY FARM t RESIDENCE pullet farm fully equipped on 8 acres,, .
screened In porch on 1 acre with beautiful pecan and oak trees. very close to Starke. Excellent income Call for more information.,. I SELECTED PROPERTIES

*WALDO 1 BR, 1 bath remodeled 1988 kitchen equipped, shaded lot.' LAWTEYi: close to school 3 BR, 1V4 10, city water, almost new J B.S ACRES 2.lnch'W.II. Power Pole, Owner Financing Good Term. .
*HWY 32S $1 3 BR. 1 3/4 bath brick veneer, CHSA on I acre with beautiful home.
IAKI BUTLER city water S sewer; big lot, nice' frame I. e ACRES > ,Inside City limit, Frontage on Hwy. 100. City Water/Sewage. ,
oak trees. LAND! 19 ACRES on paved road, nice property. owner financing.FRAME 20 ACRES SW Mobile Home w/Stove> Refrl. 2 Wells Septic Tank Planted
IN TOWN; 4 BR. 2 both on nice lot with chain 'link fence' HOME Beautiful setting with pecan trees, on 2 acres, paved rood Pines. .
*JUST OFF HWY. 225 3 BR, 2 ba, nice ktchenappliances Including( stove f. excellent I
: ? HAMPTON OAKS Beautiful brick home on 1.58 acres, 2300 water 44 ACRES Breaker. Will Divide Owner Financing w/Good Terms. ,
dishwasher, washer S dryer I $31OOO.,. ,". immaculate I
refrigerator;
DEERWOODt; Development with deed restrletiens.'over ,1600 / .10 ACRES Will Divide. Pecan Grove. Well t Septic. Owner financing I
BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME over 2,000 tq. ft.. Cry.lollok. occeii. REDUCED. 3 ACRES Good Commercial location, Hwy. 16W.

tmmCa 1 ACRE Zoned for Mobile Home.
: One of Professionally- COMMERCIAL S ACRES Hwy 301 South '

Downtown Storks,. 2 Stores prejwnf/y/ Occupied ONE-HALP ACRE Zoned for Mobile Home. ,
Staff Today..964-5O69 Good Income I Call for More Into LOT ON HWY. Ml SOUTH Good Business location
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LAKE GENEVA ., Large lot. 100 ft. Lake Frontage. '

j Call These Realtor Associates: Call Us About LAKE LOTS Crosby B Sampson. Owner financing.
ITralned 2 CITY LOTS Northeast Section.
e Irene L. Faulkner......64-5147 LAKE LOTS 'HOMES ACREAGE LARGE AREA OF LAND. Northeast Section ol City. '

.Dorlen Godwin.....468-2503 *BUILDING LOTS 'COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES ,

; Michael Callan..964-6222 Our Other IF YOU MIND IS ON REAl ESTATE OR THINGS RELATED ,.
,We Invite Inquiries On Listings, MAKE YOUR NEXT STOP AT ACCELERATEDAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA,

.Darlene Godwin......468-2503




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MUSICAL )INSTRUMENTS, A. low at LAKI GENEVA Mobile Home Park PRESSURI WASHING .House*, mobile GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U
OCALA NATIONAL fOREst Wood.d\ $14.99 per month. Call 964.6946, TF; Keystone Partially furnished from homes, pool., decks; sidewalks. Free 1-1-I-10-20 ACRES or larger far ...1.. repair). Delinquent tax property,
left, river acce*., $9490 Each No NEWSPAPER PLATESi aluminum $139 month. Call 473-7566. 20tpd estimate Coll Rob, 473-399O., 10/6 New two bedroom 2 bath doublewldeon bedroom'' Repossessions Call 1(800)6876000( ) ,
money down $65,41 monthly' Owner measures 24x36' $.29 each. Great for 7/21-12-1 tfnchg one or more acre Two .xt. GH-1136, for current repo list
1.336.4579 or 1.672.2..38. 1/7TP patching and repair TELEGRAPH, 135 1 BR COTTAGE near library, furnished. SEWING MACHINES CLEANED oiled and .mobile home for rent. Call 496-3939, '/22Itpd. 11/10
GATLINBURG SUMMIT Breathtaking W. Call St. 964.6305. TF AC, $240 mo. lake privilege, odut| tension In your home, Special day. 434-1595, evening, tfn/chg. THREE BEDROOM BRICK HOME Central'
view of Gatllnburg Mountain and .kl ALICIA HAY In roll und.r barn. Delivery 473-4961, 10/6 tfnchg $104 99. Repair all brand. Work r9/19 heat and olr large comer |of, chain.
lope.., and private balcony. available Arthur Go.klns. 782.3727. >* BR/JV4 IA 'lake view with access guaranteed. 473-7862. 10/6 tfnchg '""" link' fenced yard, 18x20', screened
Indoor Fireplace |loculi Monday 5/26TF large lot. CH/A. 1390 month plus HOME DAY CARE '7'0.Jft..5:30,p.m. FOR SALE proch. In-ground pool with spa. 12x12'
Thursday Speclalt. Free brochur. ,SEAT LIFT CHAIRS If you're O Medicare, depoilt. furnished or untarnished. Will Ages 3-9 year Structured educational wooden storage barn. Many extra.
800-242-4853. lean recipient with a qualifying condition consider' telling 473-3940. 4tchg fun. 473-7086. llpd 10/13 Call for Information-appolnment
MATURE LADY will sit with elderly Intheir ONI LARGE SEARS OVAL BRAIDED RUG
FROM 40 to 4.000 ACRES toll toll free number for more Informa 9/29.10/20 496.3720,10/13 3tpd. 10/27
and Between Ocala tlon. 1-80CM49-4174 Icon '2 HOUSES Geneva Lake Estate Each 3 home, daytime. only. Coll ".12' Call 496-3463, anytime 9/22
Colnetvllle
Near 1.75. Adjoinsmognlflc.nt HANDMADE OLD FASHIONED Grandma BR/2 BA double garages. $<175 or $910 479.2336. 3tehg 101327IS '4tehg.10/13 MISCELLANEOUSANNOUNCEMENT
horse formm. From SI700 ALGEBRA GIVING YOU PROBLEMS PIANO FOR SALE Responsible party to .
Coll
> old apron, quilt,door stop gran per month on yearly 1 lease.
904 ocr..629 Term. I.P.S. Corp Realtor, ny rats, etc. Morgan Rd t Hwy. '16, 479-2306. 2tchg 10/6-13 No eomprende Spanish? Is your child take over payments on spinet console Need white adultMint
6101. f can 964.8733, 9/29TF FURNISHED COTTAGE on lake close In. grappling with grammar? Call Learn. piano. Can be teen locally. Call! Credit female a
SOUTH CAROLINA BEEF/CO At FARM: OAK WOOD FOR SALEi 533.2474. 9/29TF t BR, all electric. 473-4S26. 2tpd ,to-leorn Tutoring. 473-7723. Aik for Dept: 1(904)254-8332.( ) 9/29 3tchg. and to dale,,over that age hot 30 for friendship
kids
Foothill of the Blue Ridge Mountain. John. Itpd 10/13 10/13 r no pets,
FIRESTONE TIRESi Four 10/13.20
721 l95/79Rxl,9.!
:Call Powell Real teenagers. Must have a vehicle before
Patsy or Sally Estate
MALE PEKINGESE Three old. AKC
mounted on original equipment wheel SALI OR RENT Slnglewlde mobile homeon ,DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGG year and after th4-date
Walhallo. fcan to return me to
: S.C,803-638.5879. (Bronco II S Ranger)). $75 431.1350. Deer Spring Lake Unfurnished, No ING HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL? Call registered $200. grayish color. To address, the same day, daytime I am my
home. Prefer fenced Call
2tpd 10/6-13 pets. 473-2292. Itpd 10/13 loftue' Leveling Service for all your goold yard not able to work any. God will supply'
: ,,' ANIMALS & PETS MUD-TERRAIN TIRES Four,It 235/7SR.15 Iacre. 'foundation repair Key None, 431-1446. Itchg. 10/13 :my need.Will answer all reply" Reply
15x7 MELROSE AREA 2 BR !furnished on
B. F. Goodrich tire mounted on ,
473 7721. 7/9TF to Mr.
FOR SALE Grady Mothlt, P.O Box 824
$189 plus deposit 168466344tchg .
chrome'' spoke wheel {(Bronco LAND FOR SALE Lake Butler. Fl 320540824, ''IIpd.)
9/29-10/20
Il/Ranger) $250 431-13W 2tpd 10/6-13
FREE PUPPIES Call 964.4995 Six 10/13
puppies, 4x6 ENCLOSED UTILITY TRAILER mfg by MISCELLANEOUSPACK
2 male. 4 female Itchg 10/13 f TO 20 .ACRES near Worthington Spr.
Fruehauf, ,GVWR' 1850 lb. .31.1350 MOBILE HOMES
COCKATIELSi Proven breeder, babies 2tpd' JO/6-13 RAT Buy sell and trade collectible Ing. Improved posture pond some1' ,Vocational Instructor III

cage, nesting boxes, feeding bowl PIANO t VCR Upright plane excellent, BIG FAMILY SPECIAL 28X70 4 BR/2 BA Items and antiques. Used furniture, hardwood trees. Starting ot $1.750 per Maintenance Department at
"' '" 'h',',', ,. Normal ringneck parakeet with cage, condition asking $500, BETA VCR with with family room. Only $23,999 or a* glassware, (jewelry and much more. .acre Call "496-0071, after 6 p.m 9/29 Reception( \ Medical Center In lake
box. 431-1350 10/6-13
,'"" netting' 2tpd ,about 30 good movie tops, excellent Iowa. $229 per month..Uncle Roy., Come see for yourself. One mile east 4tchg 10/20 Butler has ''opening In electronics.
condition $150 Call 485.1674 ofter'noons. Oeolo 1-391-8914. 4tchg 10/6-27 of I Keyttone Heights on, Highway 100. '.2 ACRES Well, septic tank completely
BOATS Itchg 10/13 $49 DOWN buy a new 14' wide 4732183. 10/6 tfnchg fenced with barn. Call 4963644. 10/6 Require high school diploma and

,\" \" FURNITURE, beautiful oak 'bedroom mobile home.: No hidden .cost We 2t chg. 10/13: three years experience In aleo-

.' IVINRUDE'OUTBOARDS New Evlnrud. suite, paid $1800 asking $750. Also finance Uncle Roy's, Ocala, VEHICLES tronics. Starting salary $16,61300with

Outboard and trolling motor, In box, Six piece country style living room tet 1.,351.851. 4tchg 10/6-27 HELP WANTED good benefit. Apply In
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,\ I extra large and sturdy $3OO 964 ItU CHEVY-10 BLAZER 4 wheel drive
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1988 S 1989 model, dealer Invoice
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Itpd 10/13 person Reception Medical
100' Available G B M Sales, WANTEDCHILD 9 speed AC PS/PB 47.000 mile, excellent Assemble
financing HELP EARN MONEY AT HOME
2-HORSS 1 old. condition :
TRAILER good -
Center P.O.
7 day 10 a.m,-8. p.m. 1.800.544.2850, $1500 PONY yr.9 yr*. old, $300 condition.10/6-20$6700. 479-2792 jewelry toys electronic, ether. Full Box 628 Lake Butler,
fcan 533.2139 after 5 p.m. Itpd 10/13 CARl 'for kindergartener., evening 3tchg lime and port time work available. Call FL, 32054 Equal Opportunity
1M9 CHEVY SCHOOL BUS converted tocamp.r
CAR COVER s customized for Pontiac T...... Wed.,every other FrI. 319-619, Rumble but need (refundable) 15184593734.( ) ext. Employer. Preference & Appointment .
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::. LAND FOR SALEBYOWNER:3ocreonForythRd Fiiro. Excellent condition. Feature my home on Spring Lake or. nearschool. minor ,repalrt.Sleep $1900 or trad, S3339Q.,34 hrs. 9/29 3tpd. }10/13 will be given to eligible'veterans'
coble .4803 after 5p 4732289 Itpd 10/13
security $30 964
spouses
473-7208 Itpd 10/13 \ & of! veterans.
: 10/13 549 WHITE SANDS RD.Furniture, bicycle
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',,' oJ/:" :',,'/. .350 ft. IBM SELECTRIC reconditioned, 30 day stereo, bumper pool table, etc Fri. 171 MARK mechanical IV Lincoln Continental$1699 ex.cellent
condition
{ :', '(, 'frontage $3,300 per acre. Alto 6.80 guarantee. S200. D. Martin. 964,7529 C Sat.. Oct. 14 B IS,from 99. 'Itpd Phone "75-2777.'tlpd' 10/13
,. acres for $2500 per acre. ,Call'I' 1013fRIDAY'
: ,\ ,: h 4tpd 10113.11/3 7* SUBARU 4 wheel drive notion
\ ,,1..01.-6827. IOtpd 9/19-11/7 SEVERAL ITEMS:Wood heater with 2 lid'*, & SATURDAY Oct. 14 A IS,
: good condition $1399.
wagon very
r,1 like new, $70. Big dining room table; parking lot behind Jones Funeral 473-7324. Can be viewed' at 770 ,$,
II : COMMERCIAL PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE ,nice. $10. Lot of tool. Free dog Home. Itpd 10/13 Lawrence Blvd.,
I ; weigh about 30 lb.., 1 yr, old, good SALE OCT. 19 Senior Center Commer'cial .Keystone Height STARKE RADIATOR &
{ ,,: .., ;r:'., ;. with children, hat hod all that, I Circle,'93. Clothes, baked good, ,Itpd 10/13 TRANSMISSION. INC.
964.6362. Itpd 10/13 white elephant plant, yard article
I" n, COMMERCIAL BUILDING FOR RENT: NEW BASS GUITAR with case and amp. Bring in your,aluminum prize for the .. FOR SALE Heater ft Radiator Repair
. ; Downtown Stork. $200 monthly.,Con 5150.9"-8663. Itpd 10/13 most weight. Hot dog. served' II to 2, Specialist
remodel to suit 'at negotiable price 1914 IS', FIBERGLASS BOAT 1 TRAILER, SI.29. Itpd 10/13 SINGER I AUTOMATIC completely' Heater Corm a Water Pumps Part
' Phone '/6.4.6305. John. TFlm with 18hp Evinrude motor and foot controlled ,WELCOME HOSTESS ,' to acquaint overhauled Ilk.I new, guaranteed..'
,4-COP LIQUOR LICENSE Bradford County trolling motor $900. 964 8663, newcomers with ,,1 Keystone Heights. Cost$689 will take$290 or payment of (FREE Cooling
:7 Itpd 1013'SEVERAL area., Must have car and area $28 mo. with good credit. R.H. Sewing
I ,,for tale. Good for any r.tailliquor System Inspection)
butlnets t I..., package tore, lounge, ,'. ITEMS,', living room, 'couch.: knowledge Send, name and phone Center. 473-7862 10/6 tfnchg
retaurant, bar motel fraternal chair, box springs S mattress, kitchen number to' Florida Greeting Service,, BABY LOCK SEWING MACHINE Left In' .' Beet FUce In Town To Take ALcklI
lodge. No food tale required. Broker* table and chair. Will ell reatonable. 409 S. Center St',.+;,Eu.tl., FL,32726. lay-a-way original price $689. balance' I Corner 964-6810 801&SR16 j
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protected. Call ,George 813.786-.222'1 '473-2566 2tchg lO/tJ.20.: Itchg 10/13 due $400 or payment of $28 mo. with
pd 10/13 + ,ATTENTION GUN COLLECTORS) Renv good credit. Still In carton. R.H.. Sewing, O O
FOR RENTt Office spate or retail tale. Ington s Model 51, 380 automotic in 1 1I YARD SALES Center 473-7862 10/6 tfnchg ,
area. Downtown Starke. $300 per I original box with original ownersmanual. J2 GAUGE AUTOMATIC shotgun (Winchester -
month. Coll 964.6305, John. TF Gun In excellentcondition, 514 WHITE SANDS RD. Furniture, bicycle )" 3 ,chokes, $190 473-4912.

FOR LEASES 1250 tq ft,301 South across $350. ..73.2566:2tchg 10/13.20 stereo, bumper pool table, etc. Frl. 2tchg 10/6-13' YOU YOU ;;:: .
HOOK COOKI!
from new KOA/Walmort. Alto 2000 *q 12 GAUGE AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN Win a Sot.i Oct. 14 15. 9.9. Itpd 10/13 JENNY LiND CRIB 3 and 4 drawer chest; _
ft for lea... Coll 964.8848"9.4..7. or' cheater 3 choke. $150. 4734512 FRIDAY SATURDAY Oct. 14 a 15. 3 speed bike with child teat. 2 cor
._ 10/6-13 Hand-Fed Channel Catfish
473 0830
evening 4733627. 8/4TF 2tchg 10/6-13 parking lot behind Jones Funeral Home. t. Ztchg 4
FOR SALE ot 1018 Manotsa St. '
HOUSE "
OFFICE SPACE 500 tq. ft. for rent on Itpd 10/13 FIVE LOTS IN CLAY COUNTY near
Contact .
Durrance ,Need some work. $2,000. Commercial Circle, all five low Triple H Fish Farm
Hwy 301 Storke. Apply at SALE Senior Center Keystone Htt. $10,000 for
Pump Supply, 964.7O61. 8/2STF :964 8395, 9645858.for sal.. Contact Also stove Harriet 8 93. Clothe, baked good white down payment owner ,finance L CALL 964-6182 FOR DIRECTIONS OPEN TO PUBLIC
,CONCRETE BLOCK BUILDING 3 bay in refrigerator elephant p'nnts, yard article Bring in 473.2966. Stchg 10113.20
front 35x60 t bay In back 35x30 office Young. Itpd 10/13 ,your aluminum prize for mot weight.Hot .
,, lfi'M _wlthheot end 10x20 ond.....1,,acre of' -"10x14 ALUMINUM SHED with 2 window.Retail. dog served 1,1-2for $1;29 ItpcJ .\ 'I t 't "
anti land..964.3323. 2tpd 10/:13 T: TBR. : oncf'.tngle-door./ 'GoacI'col'ld. : 10/13
new $239... will fell for$850.964 5271, SAT. SUN. -Oct.'|9 e 16, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Industrial Complex of Raiford
Itpd 10/13 ',7000 Bright Water Drive White Sands:
Child RadioTown ,
GAS GRILLS $100. wagon lake. Itchg 10/13 .
with wood tide; $25.
B Country Is
ABUNDANT LIFE CHURCH SR21

St.Edith. Starke Green. Itpd, 96<6032.10/13. 427 W. Cherry holding a rummage ole of Saturday [!tPlajit Sale Plant Sale Plant Sale Plant Sale Plant Sale]
Oct. 15 ot 9a.m., Lots misc. Itchg
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SEVERAL ITEMS 15 cu. ft. upright ,10/13 '
freezer excellent cond.. $75,
automatic wood-burning heater air. WE MUST CUT INVENTORYAll

'V. DURRANCE tight blow, brand new, $150.
485-1189 10/13 HOMES FOR SALE
TRUCK TOPPER LWB all aluminum with, Gallon Shrubbery $1.00 ,Assortment. House Plants''
PUMP & SUPPLY windows and light, insulation, panel'

Ing with truck rock, $125, ,431-1568.) PICTUREeOoK'home on 2% acres PROPERTY,,teeming* 3/2 with frame large All 3 Gallon Containers $3.00.Avallable at: Low Prices

Itchg 10/13 oaks, $87.000 R. T. LOVORN, Realtor
.Well' 2x6x10 ,
NO. 2 PINE
Drilling PRESSURE TREATED :
I Keystone 473.3254. Itchg 1 101WANTED Winter Annuals also Available
.. 30
$3.10.; 2x6x12 $ .30.; 2x6x14 $4.60 First Come First Served
Rotary 2" to 6" go, galvanized rooting 10 ft.,S6.75: 12
1 ft. $7.95. Stephen Smith lumber. ', County :Road ,229
468.2624.,llchg 10/13

Pumps SEARS IT10 mower for.part, Call' Raiford .

"73-7413.'tchll,10/6-27 '
'. All sizes

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d PETS ,OCT. 15TH

0 "- 3 HOUSES ,ROTTWEILLER PUPS t, AKC registered.. 10

r FOR SALE ? Born 8/25/88., Males and females.' .. 8:3O am to 4:30pm', .
$300 /6.4.8121, 2tchg 10613PERSONALS
.3 BR 1 1/2 Bath:off

VISIT OUR SHOWROOM, "; I SR 16. close to' ,

For Your Plumbing Parts prison .' Stanley ,Crawford -

Apt.House., THANK YOU St. Jude for1 your never, will be available -' \ -
falling Novena D.H. Itpct; 10,3
964.7061e'I64 Income $425 pet 1..
for''helpful -
month downtown.

N. Temple Ave, Starke: .2 BR 1 bath plant tips -:

kitchen (urn..
Nights & Weekends TRAIN
downtown.;,
964-7578 TO BE A I"
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964-4990 PROFESSIONAL.SECRETARY' :Elect "FOB SALE ,

'. GERALD W., tiE Fill Dirt'. Top. Soil '

AFFORDABLEIT.H.E. I SEC./RECEPTIONIST ,
SECRETARY GUSWILERFlorida ;Large: or ,Small .Loads of Llmerock '
EXEC..
.. Apartments flllK House of Representatives Tractor Work' -. Backhoe ,- Bulldozer *,

Start locally full time/part time. 'District 21
E..Brownlee St.
922 ,
Learn word processing and related

Camp Blandlng Rd. 'Train to bee a secretarial resident(kills training.). Home National atudy and' The People'*n 964-6182 ,964-582 964-6095 ,

Starke Fl.32091 Candidate for,
TRAVEL AGENT headquarters. Pompano Beach. FL
964-7133 1 .fTf AlfCIAL AID AVAILABLE EffectiveRepresentation:
e TOUR GUIDE \f JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE I I

e AIRLINE 1-80O-432-SOO4": LAKE BUTLER P RrmEnTS

'" ,2&3BR, RESERVATIONISTStart THE HART BCMOOLDt Dedicated Concerned .

familyoriented locally full time/part time. >. afA.aT.Corp. ,Bradford .> Clay' Now taking application for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units.These''

with Train on lIVe airline computer- ..Accredited Member 'I all-electric unit?are spacious with lots of closet space and all have I

55 I laund Home atudy and Resident training NHSC Democrat .N...... wall-to-wall carpet crapes and kitchen appliances./ Onlte laundry |
and I ry.@r Natl. hdqre. Pompano Bch. F7..r facilities. Rental assistance available!) for qualified/ applicants.:,

r FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE For application and Information

EOUAt !HOUSING! JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE Pleas. *.. us at .G:)
Low ,Income A.C.T. TRAVEL: SCHOOL I FOR SALE BY OWNER 1005 SW 4th Street

Sect" 6, Housing 1 8OO 432 3OO4Mccracltted Lake Butler Fl 32054 M..III..I**
Rent for 30% of Your One &Two Acre Mobile Home Lots..., $3.BOO and Up I Or,Call 496-314| oeU. .:

'. Income If' you Ouajlfy Mrmbrr JWSO) New 2 BR. 2 BA Home. Graham ....... $40.000

,I e 17 1/2'Acres in Starke ......... $2.000 acre ".' -.

e 200 Acres nearTheressa .......$ 1.000 acre' ,
e Beautiful lake lots! On paved road in Hawthorne Now Leasing

I 1000 and Upe 'Park
'Elixson Wood''Products Inc. : Forest: -Apartments
;... .:. Building Lot. in Smokerise Subdivision ... Keystone
I$6.CXX) An apartment complex designed for moderate ii S j '

:: : S:< ; ,.': Mulch Pine Bark 2 tots and Mobile Home ...... Keystone ..... $22.500 Income families. No rental assistance t r
: : ,. Cypress e Mobile Home &: Land set-up..... Brooker Rd. $25.000 available.Attractive 1 &: 2 BR/1 Da apts.. >" :y

" : ''J) .. ,' .. 'Vou Pick Up or We Deliver .. New Duplexes BRa ealeor rent... Starke ... $350/Mo. range. refrigerator,carpet'central heat&: air,, 'r ,

,. ;. :. '. :: I x- __ e 2.000 SQ. FT.; Home on ::11/2 Ac, Rent or Sale 400Mo., patio find laundry;Free water sewer&:, ..
,' garbage. Rent$183: $220 mlnlmunvTwo
I, ," > We Also Have Red Heart ,Cypress Lumber !BRADFORD LAND Ac CATTLE COMPANY complete handicapped apartments avail.

Ronald E. Newman. Sr. fat laferautlanApvUeatlaalroreetPtck
473-2157.Evening Apartment..775 NX let street, Lake Butter n 10064BO4)40cVM3 ,
964-6649; .( L U.
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I I Starke Area Ads r FOR _RENT. --w-- .. FOR- RENT, _. MOBILE FOR SALE HOMES

THRU
Sam on BEDROOM Grlffls Loop''Ai, furnished both, mobile central TWO I., I BA HOUSE"enclosed: front r
heat window air, NO PETS. Coll porch located In town. $250.mo. plus lOxM MOBILE HOME 2 BR; I bath
rrrr. after 6 p.m., '964-8705, 964-8970,' deposit. Also Two 2 BR. opts., CHA;' $1500, negotiable Call ,468.2279 ',.6
9644430. No calls before 10 a.m. on with WW carpet, $230 mo plus deposit, p.m. 9/22 TF ,
HELP WANTED HELP WANTED FOR RENT Sol, a Sun, pleat. 21 10/13-20 William D. Tiffin, Lie. Real Estate "W3 LIBERTY SINGLEWIDEt fireplace,
TWO BR HOUSE partly furnished 349 S. Broker, 9 .5065. Itchg '10/13 cathedral ceilings, 2 BR. Call 7823807.
EFFICIENCY ROOM with kitchenette and
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GOVERNMENT JOBS $16,000 to $79,000yr. ABYSITTERt need mature dependableperson NEWLY DECORATED ":vkrything iurnlth- Thompson St. $22 monlh. (:'1'1.' Itpd 10/13
both, AC, clean no 'roaches. By weekor BIG FAMILY SPECIALl 28x70 4BR. 2 bo
Now hiring your area For list..of'jobs with lots of love for \ ed. laundry loclllll Included. Video 782.3655.Itchg 10/13 month. low
9645687. with as
l: and application, call 6,15-297-7844, ,old References required. 961.8629 room evollobl Will accept one child HOUSE FOR RENTS :3 BR, 2 bo house with 10/20-11/10 3tpdl0/13: lchO $225 family month room.Free$22,995 credit or as approvalby
ext. P500. Icon 2tpd 10/13-20( ,no pet. PALMS APTS.. 2313 N. Temple love 'B refrig. Out of town. Call THREE ROOM APARTMENT 'with all phone.per Uncle Roy. 1-351-8514.
HIRING) federal Government '(lob| In 301 QUIK STOP taking applications for Ave. Starke 32091. 10/29TF STATE 964-5596 or 964-8420. llpd 10/13 utilities, stove A refrig. $70 per week 4tchg '10/6-27'' .
your area and overseas: Many immediate full-time clerk cashier. Apply in person. 'ADULT PARK Clean 2 BR mobile' home. EMPLOYEES' need horn close to plus security.. Call 964-8498. Itpd 10/13 $495 DOWN I all n..d to buy a new
openings without waiting list. 2 miles South 301. Itpd 10/13 Vi 'ml?. from city., Nice neighborhood. your homes work available? W. have clean mobile NEWLY REMODELED! 2 BR home, CHSA, ,14 wide mobile home.you We finance. Coll
or test $15,000.$68,000. Phone tall. PART-TIME RETAIL SALES apply In person 468-323.10/8Tf' 4681323. '10/8 TF
fenced
I-351-8514.'
Carport extra storage 4tchg 10/6-27
refundable ((602 8388885. ext- I at PJ's Sports Center South 301 FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities FURNISHED. From ROOM$37.50 with air, 'all ulilitr.spaid. backyard, corner wooded lot$325 moiplus ; tt,4 FLEETWOOD OWl shingle roof 3
110O6.fcan Plaza Itpd 10113ACCEI'TING paid from $37.50 per'week.. Hotel. Walnut *& Weekly* Magnolia deposit, 1 yr lease. 631 FrancisSt. BR 2 Ba, CH&A FP, dlshw, range.Call,/
S Post ,
by Office TF
REACTIVATE YOUR LICENSE) toll, today APPLICATIONS for workers MAGNOLIA HOTEL,Walnut St.,. by Post ., 964-8073. Itchg 10/13 alter 6 ,
THREE p.m. Weekdays anytime
BEDROOM,'I/ bath,
clean, cloieto
discuss and (to provide' homemaker ond Office. TF ,
to an exciting rewarding respite ,UNFURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT 3 BR, weekends, 4733858. 2tpd 10/13-20
career'' in real estate; Century' 21 care. Must be at least 18 years of age MOBILE HOMES 2BR. 1 BATH WITH AI::. CLEAN prison. Call 468-1323' 6/9TF IV* bath >kitchen- equipped, CH&A BRIGADIER DOUBLEWIDEt 3' BR, 2 ba
Showcase Properties, Inc... 473-4903, and certified, to provide'p.r.onal core COVERED PATIOS. I MILE TO FURNISHED HOMES central AC, Call Beverly 8.!$ 1-272-5700 or ,
extras, p.m. split plan fireplace OW, CH&A,
Betsy'Jd Manor, Broker 4tchg 10/6-27 Apply in person 618 McMohon,SI,, or DOWNTOWN STARKE.: 964-7498, 496-2366 reasonable SR 121. Lake rents. PINES, alter 6 p.m. at 12899916. Itchg 10/13 underpendlng. $9000. 964-4402 or
EASY( WORK! excellent poyl Assemble ,call 964-4545, Sue Baker contact per. ./UTFSOUTHERN ON KINGSLEY LAKEt Butler 7/14TF ONE BR.FURNISHED APARTMENT SITS 9647138. Itchg 10/13
products at home. Call for information, son. Salary VILLAS OF STARKE I I. AC S heat one yr
rang. $7,50010,500.Itchg now ooceptlng 1.0..2 BR mobile hornet No mo. No pets. 964-2796. 2tchg 10/13-2O ,1M4 CHAMPION: assumable I/A'ioan.
pets no'
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5OoI. 1.8003 A 9579. 4tpd 10'6-27' 10/13 application for I & 2
ext. bedroom
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE CHSA 1 3/4:
small children; Coll 533 2366// 41chg $215 mo. 14x66. 3 BR, 2 Ba, AC gas
WAREHOUSE WORKERS WANTED hiring. SEWING MACHINE MECHANIC position apartment $199 'ond $219 month, 9/22.10/13 bath, carpet screened: porch, No pets. heat, 40 gal. water heater, extra., in
first and second shift,up to$415 weekly available. Experience necessary, CHA.. fully equipped kitchen coble TWO BEDROOM HOME in 964,5356. Itpd 10/13 sulation. Coll eves> and weekends,
Starke. S250<
plus benefits. Need trainees also. Salary negotiable. 7 paid holidays, ready.! 964-7299 or 964-4214. S/26TF month. '964-2641. 2tpd 10/13-20
Evenings 9/22TF
13555500. $85 lei/refundable. 2tchg paid vacation. Apply In person at BRAND NEW 3BR 2 bath house large THREE BEDROOM 473-3627 t
10/6.13 Vogue Mlg., 710 S. Water St.,. Slorke, modern, kitchen 'with, appliance and .HOUSE inStaike,
CONSTRUCTION HIRING all phaset pow, 964-5064. Itchg 10/6 pantry, sliding, glow .doors A patio, 'stove, refrigerator convenient to
'shopping. $250 .,
't Inside and outside,$8 to $15 hourly or UNDERGROUND CABLE FOREMAN and closets, private matter bath mo deposit required.
sub-contract. Need several trainees. type baring foreman, Experience garage with extra storage, quiet }hod: 468-1509 10/13 after ,6- p.m. No pets llpd
'1-355-5500, $85 lee/refundable. 21chg preferred. Coll 9642868. Itchg 10/6 .d lot nice neighborhood with loll. of
EFFICIENCY ROOM with kitchenette and
10/6-13' TRAIL MOTEL' RESTAURANT -lowtey: tree. 5 minute from shopping 8
bath, AC, clean, JARVIS
'no
HOMEWORK spare times Paint lovely Applications are being taken for additional schools, $490 month plus deposityear -. I or month. 964-5687 roaches.9/29 By 10'13 week
folk art building shapes which lorm toy help for ''our fall, and winter lease 9648073. 9/UF 3tchg
ONE BR APARTMENTS deluxe
village of houses, library town hall season, Various positloos.-epen for CLEAN IN TOWN: 2 BR house CHSA. modations, bedroom and occom FENCE & ALUMINUMChain
'etc. No,experience necessaryhave; :r>,tauront orrd .housekeepers for carpet no p.ts. Adults preferred. $235 walled living roomopen
i entire family help you. We pay you $20 ,motel. Apply In person only. No phone month plus security deposit. Call. onto children patio; immediate occupancy -
for each let of 1 11 toys painted according calls Itchg 10/6 964-6680 after,,3;I p.m. for appointment welcome;Coll 964 8601.and 9/291F elderly! Link, Wood& ,Farm Fence.
v to Instructions and reimburse your FEMALE ADULT dependable reliable! ,to to view. 9'/8TF
shipping costs Send us 5 sets weekly, help' 'core for elderly .man during BALDWIN VILLAGE APTS now taking application ADULT available RETIRED, Su-Eli RENTAL Retirement TRAILER Keystone Heights 100 West
earn $100. Send us 1J( sets weekly get daylight hours. Contact BOnita for 1 A 2 BR'apartments" '682619.929TFTWO Home
a ,check for $200. Our homework Howard. ,782 3739 otter' !5pm ., CH&A. fully equipped kitchen', drape, '
starter package Includes all the objects 964-8125 before 5 p.m. .2tpd,10 6.13 2669594. Equal Housing Opportunity!'; BEDROOM HOUSES CH&A, very Screen Rooms
nice. Call 964-6680,
(In the toy village and color schema for 9/15TF 41od IOo'6 27
each part; To register into program LOST/FOUND 1AWTEV ''APARTMENTS now taking opplication THREE BEDROOM HOUSE in Waldo ... ,-N.> ; ;;:: Car Ports
fenced modeposit
send your nome,' ..ddr.... and $20( for 1 & 2' BR apartments, .stove'refrig. yard $225 ti :: :::fvr '
registration fee (refunded on' second I CH&A fully equipped kitchen, drapv. required no pelt. 468-1509< :- J
set of painted toy you send1 us) tot ;LOST AMF SAILBOAT with, rudder and 782-35311 New management, EqualHousing after 6 p m. 2tpd 10/6.13 Iill : m.. i Mobile. HomeRoof
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ROOMS fOR' .
RENTS TV
Daniel center board. White hull Cooking on @ ,
Rowan 3 Golf'Center, Suite yellow trim. Opportunity. 9/I5TF : : .
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368.5338, Disappeared last week from shore In, THREE t bath. C .. maid service, $55 per week for one : ::: .
Hoffman.Estates; Il 6019, BEDROOM 1V* /:> oiSouthskle : Skirting
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1.'p.dIOi' front of home on Southslde of lake School. $375/mo. 964 5423. 'person. Underwood Motel l, 3'* 'miles. ...:. .
', Geneva Altermon Rd, Call If you have 10/6TF 301 North, 2Kr.g 10.6.13 Overs
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Information or'.boot 475-1428. Jlchg KINGSLEY LAkE! 2 BR 2 bath, LR, kitchen. FURNISHED .2 BR APT< lights and) hot'
10/13-20 water included. $200 per month 'no .
w/dihwosher
breakfast
room, Ig.
... scr..n porch '* dock. $650 )month. LOW p.,..DAILY 964 2796.OR 2tchg'WEEKLY 10/6.13 RATES: kitchenettes Awnings!

([SEWINGMACHINE'MECHANIC, 1 J THREE 533-2603 BEDROOMS. $450'or 533-2196.month: 2 both;Jlchg$250, CH&A 10/6-T3 deposit,1'4681857. ; WWcarpet. home for rent room, Also available.mobile home Mobile pork, .SATISFACTION'GUARANTEED'

( WANTED, ,TWO.'- BEDROOM. 2tchg mobile 10/6.13 home. Call Ing 10/6-13 space' for rent. 782 3t32..2tpd

TWO BEDROOM) 1 bath house with front'and
Perfect:;' opportunity' ; an Assistant Mechanic. 964-8614 or 9645768.tchg, 10/6 27 back yard $200 mal plus deposit 473-7676'
Also 1 BR, T Bo opt downstairs, some:
to'.tnove,Into a. Head.Mechanic .Position,. BARON OIL COM I"ANY furniture $175,mo plus deposit, ,
Salary Open" !..Paid, Holidays Pald -Vacation r Will Open a' New I William B.: Tiffin. Ik, Real Estates
Broker 964-5065., Itchq 10713;
:Apply In Person at: VOGUE MANUFACTURING I Shell on Food Mart'in It*. *. ***. *.************t****************************************.

710. S. Water St.. (SR 1OO E), Starke the Downtown Week of Oct.Starke 17 *: Handi-House Portable. SOUTHPOINT PLAZARemodeling :*

964-5064 ..,
We are accepting Buildings.. ,
Applications for ** Greenhouses Now ,Leasingl! :*
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Full &' Part-Time Garages'' tfI 20OO..f., 1250s.f., lOOOs.f. :

PINE FOREST APARTMENTS Positions. SPECIAL GREENHOUSES 'Across from New KOA *

Competitive Pay Thermostat. Sprinkler System and Walmart :'

Now Accepting Applications for and Benefits., NOTHNSOOWN I Contact UNITED REALTY *
LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
2 &3: BR $195. 964-8447days 473-3627 eves :
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Apartments Starting at '
.; AImly. 210 S. Tenmle Ave.. I .1' r.
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; 'Starkeor -* '--'US 301 :SOUTH '5';, ''Starker, 'Ffool1' *.964-844r ,473-3627 .Home .'w. : ,
,CH/A Fully'Equipped Kitchen e Cable Ready Phone 355..735() :t****. *******************************************************

1530 W, Madison Street EQUAL

Starke 964-6312. I I HOUSING '
J OPPORTUNITYRESIDENT '
Mon- Fn 9-5PM -' e-

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(( MANAGER NEEDED)) <" ':'I :\' DEPARTMENT OF STATE ',''r-:'. .).,.' .I .


i property Mature\ couple In .Starke.wanted Apartrnent for ,44-unit rental //X.; |:; :.. : DIVISION OF ELECTIONS ( :I.:',' ': :: ':' .

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management experience, beneficial.maintenance .. : ,,'. ;, 1',<
experience' ired. ; / '
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''Must, be''bondable, no pets,. ; 'PUBLIC NOTICE OF ASSISTANCE ,

Salary plus apartment'and utilities ,


'HERITAGE Send resume VILLAS to, OF PALM, COAST. Under Florida (aw persons with physical disabilities,:the elderly and "

'P,, o. Box; 10293,.Clearw_ater. 34617 f2r ".. I those who are unable to read are entitled to special assistance in register '

iing and! voting. '
Equal Opportunity EmployerHERITAGE ceuu. HOU"'NOI .
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SECTION 97:061: provides that such persons 'SHALL be, .

VILLAS '.registered and receive.'.assistance at'the' polls in'casting' ,their ballots,.

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607, 'Bradford. Court in' StarkeApplications : .', SECTION 101.051, and the'federal ,Voting Rights Act of f ,1965provide '

'.: 'for' '. that' persons who are blind or unable to read may choose'a person "

.immediate occupancy, are to assist (other than an' employer or official the voter'sunion/ ), or' ':.,> :.,\c'\ '
being accepted;on a ''X '$ 2, '
:BR 'apartments.'Monthlypayments ': 'have the help of two election officials in voting. tABSENTEE I '

from $220 plus .
utilities. 'Handicapped ,
BALLOTS AVAILABLE
.units are also available. -
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Rental inf9rm ton; and p '

applipations .are "", ,Any registered voter who cannot go ,to the' polls without assistance: :

'available at the Rental from another person may,request an absentee ballot from the Supervisor ,
Office 607 .Bradford, "
Court, Starke >r of Elections' by mail, ,telephone. or ,in person.

'I Mon-Fri. 9-5:30, p.m.Call. 964:6216: : '
r EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY For,full information. aids available for,the,"elderly and handicapped -

,t .registration and. polling, places call the office of your county Super-

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yisor'of Elections.
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Fines'. Rental Mobile Homes' '-," .
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{10 Pines f.] $40 OFF 1stMonth's FOR THE HEARING, IMPAIRED

ofLake ll nj I trJaiiitf. ,

Butler Runt! J21L.Spacious l The Office of the Secretary of State' Division Elections, ,has installed -'

; FULL, AMI COMPLETE. a telecommunications device/ for the deaf that will give the'hear-, ,

Mobile MAINTENANCE ing impaired; important voter ,and election ,information., The'telephone'; ) '
llamas, mo..t withill number is
9041488,7690.CLOSE' .
Central Heal JU Air : ,
AH Ele etr! Homes STAFF" I! P' ,
Many ties", Brand I" Tho PINKS .
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New C.erpel.ing ..' has a crew of OF,' REGISTRATION I '
New Furniture'ff mBinlonenc.j folks ,
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( ..INCLUDINGIlusk 1' ICSr; ," 7 wise tc'eep 1I"on-7'11o'tu your hom; ,in, tip- ,. You must register' to vote by August 6, 1988 .to 'vote in the .

I\NENITJJSt tup' shapes I" .. September,6, first primary or the October'4' second primary. You must '

.. t"" ,. ', register' October 8, to vote in the November general election. ;\ '
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I Russian Jet, a Highlight, ,of Upcoming Air' Show '; '

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Ai the big Jet roars quickly 'Socialist RepublicRussia, During the Korean War it was the time an Iron Curtain built aircraft
overhead and the smoke streaks The airplane? A genuine, recondi- MIG-13 that proved to be such a formidable has been featured at the annual
from the wings, the one thing that, tioned Russian-built MIG-15 flown opponent against the more event '
will become quickly apparent to the by an American pilot, Captain Paul sophisticated ,aircraft of the
thousands of spectators expected to Entrekin.. The craft originally American Allies,according to Duffy "We try very hard to bring a wide
view this year's ,North Florida,Air manufactured somewhere, behind Soto,the air show's Public Relations. variety of excellent and interesting
Show will be the stark insignias on the Iron Curtin in 1954, is one pf the Director. performers to the show," Furches
Its grey'' metal exterior. Instead of very few Russian combat jets that "The MIG-15 was the very first favorite MIG Is expected year sshow"
the ever familiar markings of the can be seen in the free world today, production let fighter produced by addition. to this
U.s. Air Force.. Marines or Navy, Although obsolete as a front-line the Soviets back in 1945,"says Soto.
this airplane will carry .the, white fighter, the MIG-15 is still used by "As it entered the Korean Conflict in The Barnett Bank North Florida
outlined rod star of the 1ni".r the many third world countries! 1950 it became the first jet aircraft in Air Show will take place on Saturdayand
... history ,to fight a 'do -Clght' and Sunday October 29-30 at the I h>rG aM
gave our F-86 Sabre Jet s some stiff, Lake City Municipal Airport with all
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,competition" proceeds going to benefit local
', '
.PHYSICAL THERAPYJerry Spectators at this year's show not charities Advanced tickets, are$5 .-..-- .. --
only will see how the MIG flys, but and can be purchased by calling MIC-15L
Fisbc; p.T. ] will also get an exciting opportunityto ,\8005MNKAS.: This restored RtmUn MIC$fighter<< ol die 1950*era will be on dfcpUyObituaries ,I
view the community fighter up
BY APPOINTMENT close and meet the man who flies It. --"
964-6000 Air Show Executive Director,Sandy FOREMOSTPRICEWISE
h'tin'h.i ,any thai this is the first! '
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Prices
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LOWER PRICES Thru
I .Ocf,19CAPTAIN 'Miss Angela Custer -
Miss Angela Suzanne Custer,12,of
Melrose was accidentally killed on
Hwy. 26,.East of Melrose.
Born in Charleston, W. Va., she
@ moved to Melrose where she was a,
CUTTY MORGAN seventh grade student at the Price
SEAGRAMS Middle School She was a member of
inl7tmt netot9t .5ARK, SPICED Faith Tabernacle Church in
pizza tut VO e'' RUM Melrose.

Survivors Include her father and
(Ey mother, Alonzo and Donna Custer
Iwo great pizzas 99tj 1 Otj9 699 three Ill;; two brothers sisters, Amy, and A bey,,

Jeremiah Custer both"'of Melrose,
One, low price: and Shawn Williamson of Illinois,
700 ,700 750FLEISCCHH maternal grandparents, William
NOW and Delores Atkins of St Albans,W
ABSOLUTE Va., paternal grandparents, Alonzo
OPEN NMNN'E &J and Laura Custer of Dunnellun PI:
VODKA maternal great-grandmother. Mrs!
207 South BRANDY Minnie Hogers of St. Albans W Va

Funeral services were held Oc(, 7
Orange Street at the Faith Tabernacle Church with
Two great 'pizzas 099 Rev. Danny Smartt officiating
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099
(Across from wins'Dixie) 699 1 under Burial the was direction in .Cliam::of Archie Cemetery Tanner

One. low ,price: Funeral Home of Starke. '
750
1.75 750
96433OOOPEN Mrs,Alma Thompson
Now Available EXTRA SPECIALS THIS WEEK: ,Mrs Alma Johns Thompson' ,67,of
Lawtey;died ,Oct.
Granfs'Scotch' 8:99: early Thursday 6;
I OPEN: Sunday -Thursday' I LT,, at Riverside:Hospital in 1 Jackson*
Starke! : Lawson Creek Vodka or Gin 5.99 ..7fJJ' yule!! following! a brief lllpess, '

,(, Friday? &Saturday : ML 'pt
11-12OO $1:99 SP CI LS..2'OO' (1/2 ) Born in:St. George, da,she mov;
Windsor Canadian i I' Carstalrs Blend ed to Bradford County'at an early

I Phone! Ahead ,for Quicker Service". George Dickel : henlei Vodka:Gin age.Baptist She Church was a member of Northside

Survivors includeonesonJohnnie'B
Playing Every frl..& 50t.,9:00: pm-2:00om: :. ''Thompson of Lawteyj i her
mother, Verda B, Johns of Lawtey
Jerry Caldwell & two brothers, Azure W Johns anti
(fj) Dr. Vernon Johns, both of Jacksonville
\ 'a ''sister, Myrtle Alvarezof
/ The Knight Riders Stark, and three grandchildren
Funeral,services were held Kri>
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The World ,Carr J-Out PiZza ,
... Largest : Chdin ,day Oct,8 at Archie Tanner Funeral
-
r -- -r3tl LIQUORS ,& LOUNGE Rev'Home' James with Dr.Cowart'Vernon officiating Johns amt

I( Burial was in Dyal Cemetery under
r Starke". 1 Mile North of Starke on US 301 the ''direction' of Archie' TannerFuneral
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))111 MODEL VO-7515' On Sale Annual Yield Annual Yield
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110-Channel Cable-Compatible Tuner .
4-Event/1tYear Programmable Timer '

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Plus :$1OO 'Free 'Movie ',Rentals
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Annual Yield Annual YIeld Annual Yield Annual Yield,
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550000-$74999' 125.000-$49.999 $50,000-$749990 $25.0110$49999 ,

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269 i ,Seven short months gets you a great return.Fourteen months;and your returns even better
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964-6946 377-3344 ,375-2700 964-5000, '

'Gainesville/University'' Keystone Heights Ocala" ,' .
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I Obituaries I

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/ ',';. ,i '' ; ,< ,". i Wv.V'f' \ \;.' of Ithaca; two bwtIo4'r.4, grandchild and several nieces and ; \Of atepping I on' shore and finding I it Mrs. Margaret Brooks grandchildren: and an aunt, \ :'; ,',.Thank You' .,
Marshal Peterson of Jameslti nephews. Heaven! < .', 1,1,\ rM, ; '" Dorothy Boulware of Tallahassee. ,
and Jerome Peterson of Slaunlou Funeral services were held in the Of tatting/ hold of a hand and finding Mrs. Margaret Ruth Wills Brooks, Funeral services were held Oct. 9. I would like to take this opportunity '
Va.s: four gandchildren; .." preat- Chapel by the Lake of Chi 1st' It Cod't hand!' 70i of Trenton, died Thursday In in Jennings Lake, Seventh Day ty to thank all the friends, neighbors
Lutheran Church i irvNhpldrake, with Of breathing/ a new' air/ and finding/ It Alachua General Hospital following' Adventist Chin,< i (IIhrth of Trenton, and relatives of my father!, the late'
a lengthy illness
Kev Robert Lindeman oHlcl ltmg. celestial aIr ? A native of Plant City she had lived with Rev. Ennis'Harper oiiicintinR., David C, Pearce for all the loving
NOTICE! Burial was in Lakeview Did You Sell Your Property? Jamestown, NY. Immortality former employee of the Swannee cemetery under the direction of Ar' lovely and gracious amounts of food
Do You Receive Payments On a Of.. passing, from storm ancLlempest, Lounge at Fanning Springs, where cher t Funeral Home of Lake Butler. in my time of sorrow.
,
In { on 11',1)1Iolm/ : she had worked for the Your thoughtfulness will always
Mortgage or Agreement for Deed Memory past 12;years.
,Of waking/ up and finding yourself She was a Protestant. Mrs. Elsie Howell i be remembered.May .
Wouldn't You Rather Have ALL, Mrs. Delaney Fisher: HOME I Inclii'ii God bless each and
everyoneof
Survivors '
'Cash Now? In ''memory of ''my mother 'who HALLELUJAH ''Mrs. Elsie C. Howell, 70, of Lake

Call Fred Farnsworth for Details passed 1987. away one year ago on Oct. 18, Grace D.SrarJe Tampa daughters, Kathy, Margaret Brooks-Bielling Ann Young of ot Butler following died a lengthy Monday illness.at her home Alice you Snowden

1-800-545-4991 THE HOMELAND/ Providence, and Donna Jo Brooks of Born in Jacksonville Mrs. Howell From The' Todd

'Lie. Mtf. Broker ''Inverness FL (Trenton} ; ofhlM a son, Benjamin, five R.i'lrlnl.y lived most of her life in the take Family .
Springs;
__ u. Butler community She was a,
member of Trinity Baptist Church of 'Thank you to all of the people in
Broyhin ':' Lake Butler and a housewife. Worthington Springs and Lake
'f//:' :; Survivors include her husband, Butler for the kindness and
Olen Otis Howell;, four sons Sidney thoughtfulness during the loss of our
) Brown of Jacksonville Waae, John home.
.; : DENMARK and Jerry Howell all of Lake Butler; Thank you

., ,/, ,,' .. three sisters, Mabel Wise and Helen The Tony Todd FamilyTo
y Peters, both of Jacksonville and

,.a 4 r } .h ;'1 ,' FURNITURE Alma Clifton of Fontana, Calif.; and Sardis Baptist Church-
six grandchildren. We would like t* thank each'and
Funeral services will be held 'everyone who contributed to the
Thursday,Oct. 13 at 2 p.m.in Archer donations for our family in the loss
Funeral Home Chapel 1 with Rev, of our home, even thought we
Michael Norman officiating. Burial i couldn't accept it for personal
will be In Douglas Cemetery in reasons it was gratefully ap-
DCDDDE Union County-with Archer Funeral:' preciated.The '

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Displaced Homemakers ,Focus


Of New Class at Santa Fe

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Santa Fe Community College Is of, shoiifd contact the Starke Campus of
fering a FREE program to single SFCC at 864-5382 or 468-1717./
parents and displaced homemakerswho The class will meet on Mondayand
...x Swivel want to start a career, change Wednesday evenings from 6:30'
careers or re-enter the workforce 9:30 p.m. at the Starke Campus.,
clA I M $249 after a break in employment.The beginning on October 17 through
program focuses on helping November 16. ,
individiuals become successful in There are no fees for this program -
,- w both life and job skills. It features but pre-registration is re-
communication and assertivenessskills >qui red.
,stress and time management, Participants will be encouraged to-
career planning/ ob search techni- develop specific career goals, and -
ques, interview ills and information Clans with the guidance, of a trained.
oh training education resources. -
;Anvone interested in this proeram': Call now to'register for:,the class:



A' < Wall Deluxe System 'Patrol ''Stays Alert I

; All 3 Pieces $999 k. ;

i Coffee Table YOUR '
.l
be 'driverswho
tention will directed to
j; t, ''ighted'' ,. Hexagon End ''CHOICE Bradford County'The would violate the driver license,
Curio Platforrrl i Lamp Table $119 ea;, s ... ,' Florida Highway Patrol will laws of Florida. > ,
,_ $tgg, Rocker f, be conducting driver license and The Patrol has found these checkpoints \
vehicle inspection checkpoints dur 1
to be an effective means of enforcing
ing the week of Oct. 14 through Oct;; the equipment and driver
,,- 20 on SR-21, SR-100 SR-230 SR-18, license laws of Florida while insur
SR-16,' CR-18 CR-16, CR-21B, ing the protection of all motorists.
I CR-225 CR-125, CR-229, CR-231
CR-227I.CR-221. CR-230 and CR-100A Union CountyThe
in Bradford County.Recognizing Patrol
will
Florida'Highway
the danger presentedto
\be 'cor lucttng driver license ''and
vehicle
the public defective,
: ehl pectiCLA.-clheckBpints!' during ,
'!' equipment, Trwpertr"ill tdhteh- ;
the week of f.'Y4 through Oct.
trate their efforts on vehicles being
such bad; 20 on SR-100 SR-121, SR-231, SR-241,
with defects as
operated 8R-238, CR-18 CR-237,, CR-229.
brakes tires and defective
worn I
CR-125 CR-231A
lighting equipment, In addition,..at ,:


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the Dept. of Trans. Dept. 'of Ag., (Div. of Forestry),

Florida Hwyv Patrol, Game & Fish Cornrn., D.N.R, and other,

.BrOyhill" state agencies,, _
T---. Over 300 Items In Sale s-',
'- 1 CREDIT 25 Ramcharfiers 7 Blazers .,, 2O Mustangs 8 Vans 56

SOFAS. YOUR CHOICE, TERMS Pickups "50 LTDs v 4 Diplomats 6 Suburbans Plus many
''many more Including a BMW
,f a TRADITIONAL TO FIT PLUS 't,

'w $599'COUNTRY YOURBUDGET ;4 Crawler Tractors -, 2 Motor Graders Excavator. 8 ,

CASUAL Transport Trucks r Stepvan .. Dumps Cab & Chassis -'15
Outboard Motors > 8 Boats Motorcycle .;i and Morel!
;"f 7- Matching' Love Seats on Sale $549 \ ,

It. >w a 'ev"'e r od UMtotnvh ol BrayhiH '''; rnhdwlrN, MQ ,ttxw." ,N ClII633,,: TIME: 9:00: AM Saturday. October 15.1988
PricM and,product .p cittcio' .ub).ct" lo cMng* ", :PLACE: D.O.T. Maintenance Yard.W.7th St.* Lake City.FL
FREE DELIVERY INSPECTION:Thursday & Friday. Oct.,'13 and 14 from 9 AM to 4 PM

I u I lit A fact you Can 2V Better; at '.90 Days Same as'. Auction Day from 7:00: AM to 9:00: AM

0"I. L- N SINCE '1923 Cash
T-81. Caoh.Cuhhra Chock. PorooMl or Coupon*Chock MUST haw a Coront Bonk Utter ofCndtt
Credit Terms Available o-.mc amount of.-..A d,_1&.* 300.00of.eecJa eor.otxloi wmf....
Win 8 DENMARKFURNITURE or air track moot bo mod Immdlotoly asp M ..eoItI.ror o4hof..o.ujpnn,.38%..aa
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Dlxl' r "f/ ,. rCW: STORE HOURSMondayFriday : AUcnONECM Norm PtaoM nor Ihok_>ny..mowd up the ourttif Saw lo 8:00AM'and u o ,a.. /
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,Saturday' III, FI ,
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: of colleges ..universities, troubadour and humorist will be There wilt' also, be some:! .spiTlal'
I banks an4 corporations throughout featured at the Festival at 7. p.m. activities for the younger set'n'
rlorfda. Saturday evening on the main stage eluding painting crafts, and a. ipc
II I David Greenbaum, a Ceramist lives in the' SFCC parking lot next to the clal children's emporium' where
In Archer, Florida where he opened Telegraph. This performance\ is. free youngsters can purchase arl'at their
r his own studio lit 1974 His work to the public. Duripg'the,: day own piggy bank" prices-
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r.'r wheel thrown, hand-burnished and entertainmentwill be ongoing ana Local non-profit groups will serve a
curved porcelain, Is currently being will Include a variety of talent from of goodies and treats on
I shown In numerous galleries In the dancing to music to outdoor theater, Walnut Street In the Call Strcrf
,\ vr United States, Canada and Europe. performances, Kitchen area,
# .. 1 Corporate collections of his works U' _
Include showings at Harriett ,Uanks, \ .. ...., .I
r 6 Marriott )Hotels and Atlantic Dank; I It'J'.M.t't'u ,
I and his exhibitions Include the
I \ Smithsonian Museum. In
Washington, O.C., the Dallas, ; '
I Museum elf Vjne Art and 'the
I 1I'hllndclphla Museum of Art.
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Oamble.Hogers, a contemporary,
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.the Bradford Office of State .Attorney +
Eugene Whitworth received
43 new individual cases' and/or
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felony defendants for prosecution
,during the month of September according
t to Investigator Wiley Clark.: "Need A Change of Attitude, ?"
f, "'':. 'were
Four of the cases prisonrelated

,: Information, ', Was ,filed: on 29 priorgases I Step ; !into, Fall with,. a total new you.

and the office declined lo pro- Betty's' :'Trim Wave invites"yo'lJ'
''secute eleven Three.,ca5(>1\ '
cases.,
to 'vis'it our salon' and talk w'tthi out'licensed ;
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were dismissed. There were no jury, ; ,
trials.' ', ( '
staff. '
''professional' .
No judicial action was, taken ,on,
three cases and three violation of South :301 Plaza (
probations were filed. Twenty-eight
pleas of guilty were accepted. 9644090,
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Seventy misdemeanor cases were
tiled( and '18 prior cases">were We, Now Feature, .Facials. & Manicures,
'dismissed by the office in Septt Said '
Clark,The, office declined to pro-'
secute 25 cases and three cases were screening' and counseling!> if decntc'ii{) for lime'seJvl.'dSworn : dismissed' for th. following reasons;i
dismissed by the court.'There>, ere necessary fined $,(10.) 'The state' victim does not'wish to prosecute,
two nonjury trials! and 33 guilty pleas! dismissed count one charge.Timothy complaint ..chargint! 'were accepted. Wayne Kirchaine/( arrested burglary, trespass, aggravated battery evidence lacks pro- ,
Five 'petitions were filed 1 Jn.1, April 21 for burglary of sitruclure assault, robbery, grand Ihfll,? ,secutive merit, ''or' transients, lo See Our'' Classified Section't1iLrA'
juvenile court. The' state'altorn (two counts), grand theft; pledno throwing II '\,dC'I1cjly niissilf\ acts 'misdemeanor division.. -
declined HRS recommendation. contest grand theft placed on j wo' "
one petition /and eight petition-, years probation, $350 restitution. -
received ,nonjudicial action. One' 1 Joseph Pernell Williams arrested,
plea' of guilty was accepted.,, January 19 for murder, grand theft
l. 'The following cases received final possession of firearm by convictedefelon ,
v disposition, during the.month of Sept.. ; pled no contest sentenced to.
-30 years DOC for murder. 15 years
( Jerome'Lee' arrested August!> 7 for DOC consecutive' for grand thefts,
burglary, 'grand theft (victim Mar- five' years' consecutive for posses
vin Rosier) ; .case dismissed,,delcn- sion. .

dant pled to-Jackson other charges April 22, Williams charged with burglary of] ,
Charges arrested
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for bossession. Sale, delivery of ton- 'occupied dwelling; found gUilty ,
sentenced
> trolled substance; charges to be. filed to fifteen years! DOC. conysecutive
.to above case.
at a ater date.Virginia1'Tutert
;G ''arrested May 6, 'William Avery Geiger arrested S _
.1987. 'for embezzlement; completed Dec. 1,1986 for burglary of occupied, -
pre-trial intervention program. structure, resisting arrest without ifEAR I
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Kennedy Voss charged with Violence, grand theft auto; pled no, ,
( 'possession of controlled substance!> contest, sentenced to one year pro :
delivery of controlled substance; bation, one'year' ,Bradford County
Unable to locate essential' witness, Jail (suspended): arrested March WARRNTYI
:insufficient evidence'; as',t to" this. 16,' 1968 for ,VOP i'pled no contest, '
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defendant., found guilty'and sentenced to time' '
Sandra Idella McCloud arrested served in BCJ and probation ter/ '
April 23 for burglary defendant' minated. :
sentenced on other charges.
McCloud arrested April '(f.23 &lor Howell Monroe Williams arrested 'i

possession, delivery of cocaine; Nov., 22,. 1985 for burglary:, petit
defendant sentenced. .on other,; theft grand theft; pled guilty and _
charges. '. I was placed on five years probation!
Marilyn Duncan ''arrested March restitution to be made:, arrested] ,
22 for forgery; pled no contest, placed VOP warrant June 30.1988; court
'\ on one year probation. granted state and defense request SAMSUNG .- PHILCO SAMSUNG
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John Lee Brown arrested Sept, 26, i that Williams' case be transferred lo' COMPACT
,1986 for sexual battery; pled guilty'to Columbia County, where"' other. '13"" COLOR TV' FREE i STEREO VCR -
attempted sexual battery, placed charges are, pending: Channels' 11I11flEMOTICONTROL: 110 Channel
: on five years probation; .arrested '. Quick start,in-line YEAR '
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Sept. 25 on violation of probation, Stanley Leroy'.Thomas arrested CRT, WARRANTY Red UO! cnennel daptay eableeapatible.
(VOP)warrant; found guilty.plac* June 19 for worthless check, obstruc: '. 299
ed on community control two years' tion' by disguised person;, case $157 $399 .
with same terms and conditions ofprobation' dismissed, insufficient evidence. as

'arrested August 29t 1988 to this defendant. ... ""t"" RCA DIMENSIA v.--
,for'violation of community control Kenneth Levone 'Aycox arrested ..uaSal:415 .. DIGITALSYSTEM I Gibson
(VOCC),, pled no contest VOCC April 23 for possession of controlled TV WITH STEREO MONITOR I "-==_ 14 CU. FT.
reinstated on community'' ontrol.' substance; insufficient evidence as 'III. RECEPTION RECEIVER W/UNIFIED REFRIGERATORExclusive
Robert Douglas ,Pugh arrestedJan. to this defendant; dismissed at re- .. REMOTE CONTROLOnacrMn I. I '.
155 Channel tuning warranty.,
21 for grand theft; pled no con quest of investigating agencyJanice liquid cooled optically.\ 1OIac' programmingaudtofrHteo(po....., Optional lcmak;
test, sentenced to five years Depart
,. ment of Corrections, concurrentwith Buckmaster arrested $1977 $649 FREE 5YEARWARRANTY $399
Leon County sentence, April, 1982 for burglary grand theft; FPR2723
Derek McGhee arrested March 21 found guilty, sentenced to five years
for aggravated battery pled no contest probation,' 364 days in Jacksonville Chef
; L Magic Chefe Gibson Magic
1""y placed on six months probationDOC Probation and Restitution Center,
( ),ordered to make restitution. $2,500 to Bradford County for attorney 111 BIG 23 CUBIC FOOT, 8 CU. FT.: CHEST'TOP 30" SELF
Alphonso Covington arrested June fees: 'arrested June, 1986 MOUNT FREEZERREFRIGERATOR CLEANING RANGE
8 for possession drug paraphernalia, VOP warrant, probation modified; ,. Big capacity.. J Gas or electric
battery of law enforcement officer pay 50 percent of any net recovery I Frost Iree. s Compact convenience.
make in claim for workman's com-
(two counts); pled no- contest, week toward restitution FREE 6 YEARWARRANTY FREE 5 YEARWARRANTY FREE 5 YEARWARRANTY 499
sentenced to five years DOC. pensation $10 a ,699 $238
: affidavit for VOP filed March
Covington arrested June 27 for aggravated
1988; order terminating probation.
battery; pled no contest
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placed on ten years probation. Gibsonpura GAS SPACE
Frankie John Haddock 'arrestedFeb. '
Covington arrested March 19 forpossession .7 for grand theft firearm; no Information : utTlo YOURS FREEGUARANTEE HEATERS
of drug paraphernalia, filed. WASHER One Room k>Whole .RJ:;
battery on law enforcement officer Inmate Richard Brook Pierce arrested Vigorous doubtacrub t House Comfort Zone
(two counts), 'resisting officer March 14 for Introduction of i < oasttlng"rtloi.; It'.simple II we can't beat the price it's yours i lsWlripS :
without violence; placed on five (reel,Come to any of our convenient toret lor
contraband; pled no contest S FREE 5 YEARWARRANTY I complete details) t P'1ioed> $99 _
I 'years probation. sentenced to 3'j years DOC credit $299 From.
Covington arrested April 22 for
possession of crack cocaine,
disorderly conduct; case dismissed, Pollution
defendant sentenced, on other Lake
charges. ''Will Be TopicAt BURSr2{/cFitC, Zj4tC;' (iu4 9ei SOsnCe Kg &e APPLY FOR YOUR
Covington arrested March 19 for '' SAWYER CREDIT
throwing missiles Into occupied KLPOA SupperGene MON-SAT CA" TODAY

vehicle,' resisting officer without ,of the Clay County '9AM5PMMOW \'
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violence (three counts); defendant Health Dept.,, and Sandy,Fisher of '
,sentenced on other charges. Melrose; director of' the' lake -.--
,George Augusta Smith arrestedAug. monitoring program,will speak at a

25 for burglary, criminal 1"covered dish supper of the Kingsley -........., '.,. '
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mischief; case transferred to misde"meanor Lake Property Owners Association 14 OOMWMV APPLIANCES IMHOM All* '
division ,- in the Civic Center, Saturday Oct. '.eoAftiAMtAe GAS & ,IXCUIPIO: .
Harrison Lee Finley arrested June C'I11N1100I'NT/ Fy'' NOTAlLrTIMtATALlTOMf
15, at 6
'5'as' principle attempted murder, discussion p.m.A of a possible connection cuortur.waOoUALitM1' 1103 S.WALNUT ST. STARKE 964-7701' ..
principle snooting into occupied with the Camp Blending sewage 250 S.W. 9TH AVENUE LAKE BUTLER 496-2564 .
vehicle., pled no contest shooting in treatment plant for residents of
occupied' vehicle, placed on fic, Kingsli-y t..ikCl0 ill "1".llC"du'uIcd"
years prubutttm, participate* in dick ul this time .





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