Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 20, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Outside... ( PY\ LIBRARY' Bradford COUf1

A cooIlI'oat \I. passing through our area, this morning, bringing OF F.UA. HISTORY; ,' he ty ;
Cooler Inside.[
temperatures breezy winds, some cloudiness and scattered .* ,
'bowen I ,'''' T V27I983, '
Chancy of rain are about 35! with TwoS-cllon..V SINCE 1879
percent, only light amounts ex SECTION Ai, 12 Pogoi ? ; ,;

noon pected with Thursday morning. More sunshine 'will occur in the after- Hard Now. . . ..,. \. .,.i 1.3A.
Begin* P1""cloudy skies continuing. A warming. trend will, Editorial Pago . ', ,'. .A'"
Friday and
Low continue through the weekend The Social Scono . . . .5-'A
80's temperatures will be In the mid 50's and highs in the mid Public No lci. . . . . 7A

In the, except 70.. Thursday'when the afternoon temperature will remain IHS Homecoming . . 11ASporti r

Hurricane . . . . 12A a
Joan Is confounding meteorologists I by its sudden and,

drastic Intensification Wednesday afternoon and evening. SustainSECTION Si 12 Pag..

ed winds have now exceeded 123 miles per hour. Foreward proArt ,..tlvol. . .T.6B
gress has slowed somewhat but the dirction remains westerly, at New.lr'ef.' . . ,4,7m
10 mph. and will reach Nicaragua and Panama sometime before : / /11/11111/1,
Halloween Carnival.. ,
.5A ail\ "
weekend 1'1' I f
the : hear Is accompanied 10 Inches of rain, Area Death, W .K' EI'!
alley .6..1 f1RI4HY fide of Heaven
and will bring flooding to the regions where the Clattlfled Adi, .5 las I 111'1\/1/ I 111UDA .
.densest populations reside. ,,,, { VI f;;; t f'v !m f-L 25 Cents Copy
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Worth Xfcting. '' F. ,t ('' Pressure Put

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The Bradford Community :

,Players will present "Oliver" both' In
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as a matinee and dinner theater at I SupportOf
the Starke Golf and Country Club.

Dinner theater tickets are priced at .

$12.50 each,, with matinee tickets at "
$5.00 each. "" '
Dinner theater dates are Oct. 21, :: .1 l' '

22,28 and 29. Matinee performances Wiggins

will be Sunday, Oct. 23 at 2

.. p.m. and Thursday Oct.. 27, at 8 f....

p.m.Tickets are available at Santa Fe,
Silcox mentioned
.1HOri1rt Buster Hahn'aCT
Community College and Mitchell'sDrug '
Store. 41 1u Staff Writer the appropriates $500,000 per'
> -of annum for the operation I 0f the city
An' emotion filled group sup.
porters, advocating the immediate'' Police Department and has no eojv! :..,...
40 .or Over.. of Acting Police Chief trol over the expenditures. Silcox
appointment said this not continue,
A. covered dish meal will be held H.F. Wiggins to the unexpired termof procedure
at noon, Friday October 21 for resigned former Chief Jimmy Wiggins, supporters let the state'
Bowen talked for hours'Tuesday ment go unchallenged, even; thoughit
ages 40 or older in the Fellowship two
be .the crux of the mat
Hall, United Methodist Church, on night October 18. in the regular' may well ,

, North Walnut St Meats will be fur council meeting, but went 'away: ter.In
' recent months there hag I lx>l'n
nished. ,; empty handed. ontractinS
.' talk of law
.. ( ,A workshop session is set for 'Bp.mj increasing '
enforcement In' the. the
Tuesday, Oct, 2Sat which Wiggins city1>
' I' <
Banquet... Sheriff's Department or consolidating
appointment to be on the city
i. The annual banquet of the Brad- commission agenda. According to the two agencies on some
" : ford County Economic Develop- the 'City, charter, such ,an appointment basis. City Councilmen Biggs
'Silcox in in
ment Authority is set at 6:30: p.m. must be made by' the mayor ,expressed -exploring

Monday, Oct,.24, in the KOA'. ban- and approved by the councIL'MayorCommissioner the 'possibilities of lowering
quet room. '. Bobby ,city cost and improving law enforces}:
Dinner: $12.50. The public is invited -' Biggs!, gave everyone present art opportunity ment. by combining forces. of
!, For reservations; call to address the council!, and, John Miller, currently president :
Starke-Bradford County
964-7375. 29 persons came to the podium to.
Chamber of Commerce, Came to the
speak in of Wiggins -
support appointing
FAD podium to express his interest in investigating *
MeetingFamilies to the job.
some form Of consolida1
Against Drugs '(FAD) The City Hall conference room 'lion of the two forces, but the xugge-
I will October 25 in 1 !' was ( filled to capacity, with'extrachairs '
meet Tuesday; r sion fell on deaf ears among Wiggins' -
the Starke Elementary School being brought in. The' crowd'

Library, at 7:15: p.m. Activities overflowed into the lobby, ,Mayor City supporters police officers Mack T:Short,
-reports for October will be made, Biggs said some 65-70 people were Gordon Smith; Brenda Simpson,

and plans for "Wear Red Day." An. present, mostly Wiggins'. suptporters' Danny Thrift,,Mike McClairi, K.K.' I

entry for the BHS Homecoming is I Hinds Jr-,.,-Susan Wilkerson. and Lt
'City Attorney Terence Brown explained -' '
;', planned, and preparations are ,W.C. Reno came to the podium 'to
, 1 procedures' for filling I lie-
" other events. Call
underway for 'Kupporf, Acting Chief Wiggins 'say-
three times but' the<
Becker at 782-3502. position group., ''.
,. Judy showed little interest in procedures.( ing morale haS improved in. the

(,' j' Time after time sJI'akersll"kt'<1 the Police Department, and oficers'are.'cooperating : '
American .. in a newfoundlnity\ ,
council to set aside the !state Sun- "
hereto-fore shown in
Hot recent
1 shine"" Law and make the '
The American Legion will hold a appoint months ;
covered dish supper Tuesday, Oc- w r- \ ment immediately, under, the guise: .Some''. ff 'cers, reported1 Wiggins1'
tober 25, in the Legion Hall on Ed L7Y of invoking emergency measures I, has promised? to work for'increased'

'wards Road, at 7 p.m. ,,,.. i Attorney Brown said the city liiiwi' police:;:, pay 'and"'addItional educational -
will Include Dr. y not have, ordinances,; covering .
, Special guests opportunities..All officers ex: "
' and it
," Bernard McFadden and representatives emergency situations, un' ap pressed! concern for ,t he city pod ,
Olrlst made under' those
" from BraoTord County pointment were police", department if., Wiggins is'
,, t State and Boys State. circumstances'it may well be'con allowed to leave,
tested court with uncertain, out-
jn ,
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{ Two or three persons reported that

.\ ( Equine Health 'come.-. they see' improvements, in' several
) .. Several times, speakers colttiffor
"areas around the .town' sincelWiggin'sJ *
, motions the council to make I the
; :
and '
Town Country Veterinary + t'rsci4 appointment, citing his _
since they felt ,a majority -
.. Clinic will sponsor an Equine t i of the five cooperation with school'activities,
:, Health Seminar, Oct. 27, at 7 p.m. 1w member'jcouncitfavored : cleanliness of the streets >and improvement
, ( The seminar is to be held at nr r their position eyerv though. in' deportment, of late
1 1> Frische's Restaurant ini' r+ ;Attorney Brown stated'more.than"once '
: Big Boy > night customers in convenience\
that the charter provides for '
, Middleburg.Call .stores, ,
i,' 964-641 i for free ticket Photo by Mark Frledlln the .Mayor-Commissioner to make Highway Patrolman Don Roberts
Big i Weekend in Downtown Starke... the appointment: with approval by reported improved cooperation, bet-
the council.
, i A big crowd turned out for the Third Annual Slai'kc'> 'Displayed, under perfect; : weather conditions, "' Brown did 'iiidiciite' weer 'the. Florida Highway Patrol
Insurance... Attorney no(: '
: SFCC Art Festival last weekend, filling historic' full For more information\ and photos nil. the festival see 'any other means for making/ the appointment and city police since Wiggins'came;

Insurance specialists from the ,Street with browsers,anti shoppers us' (..f1.utl.c.u'rj' ,B-S.-ction. thus motions' by other aboard.
, Insurance 'Two Rev, John
of ministers
Florida Department ) ?
council members
.' will be! iri Starke, Tuesday Oct, 25,, :' : would' ?''Strickland 'and Rev1'? Jerry, Patton.

to help consumers with insurance 3 Is the Charm, ''for AEtFestival meaningless.Mayor Biggs- who called. for, a addressed the assembly in support
" problems or questions. the facetsof ,.of appointing Wiggins to the office
workshop to explore many
.. Specialists will be available 10 Rev. Patton said it looks as though'the'"good
. a.m, to noon, at the Courthouse '.'It was 'a1' very 'pretty'festival". clean'' and bright who kept the area Clean all weekend did a super j jobs ported'the Police by Commissioner Department. I was Vernon sup-i ol' bo +'" syndrome, is .at

There is no charge for the service, 'says Coordinator ,Nancee.Clark 'of the 3rd annual ''she added ? ', Silcox 'While the entire council work here "We ve elected'you' to''
and the public is invited to bring Starke Festival of the ,Arts which transformed historic "It( Was the best one yet without a doubt," says Ms. came in for criticism Silcox anrl represent us], but that isn't happening
problems or questions, along with Call Street into a showcase for some 100 artists. Clark, who with Co-coordinator Carol Brown, heads up Biggs received the brunt of thecrowd's here tonight, Rev: Patton said.
his or her insurance policies for both the Gainesville and Starke art fetivals for'the ; Ed Wall, newly elected coun
review by a specialist. Story-teller .Gamble Rogers,',filled, the beats in the. sponsoring organization, Santa .Fe Community College said wrath.he, cannot 'rocommemt cilman, spoke in favor of immediate'w
, Santa Fe Community'' College' parking lot Saturday'night Biggs action in making the appointment;
and the seats stayed filled for the entire perfor Traffic was closed offrecently renovated Call Street. the appointment of Wiggins to the favoring Wiggins. He asked-'-'Whf's

' Seminole, Boosters... mance. Rogers seemed to be"very well received. and' from the railroad west to US-301, on Court street, and position until, Wiggins explains why going to run the ship after Nov..4?'.'
fi'', appreciated, said Mrs Clark\ ; Walnut Street between Madison and Jefferson Streets. he has made complaints) and gripesto Wiggins': resignition is effective that
., The Bradford-Union Seminole ,The success of the festival came with the Cedar Key'art the press, rather than to the city 'date, '
: Booster Club meets at 7 The artists were happy for the'mos'f'part., Stays. Ms. a rather arti- ;
, p.m. festival council\ citing lengthy
the BHS homecoming, and the horse Mtf'.jClaire a member of the
Thursday; Oct. 27, in the KOA Clark..: Some sold only enough to cover expenses, but ? held cle' in the Gainesville Sun'. that''' CafPs.
with that. "I've had'as'muchpositive futurity races being at the same time. Starke Board asked .
: were pleased never .
hall.Speaker .
quoted Wiggins I
Planning Committee'members for the, -Starke for the appointemnt of Wiggins to be
: Bill Ca pleman, ex-.' feedback from the artists,, said Ms.,Clark. Biggs' further said, thar Wigginshas
" festival include Lorna Reddish, Carolyn! Autr JoAnn put on the agenda at'' the next
, ; ,', FSU quarterback. Dinner, : $3.50.' The concessions area on S.Walnut Street was one of Copeland, Eddie Douglas, Bernie McFadden, Wally In- not asked the council to make. meeting, since Attorney' Brown said

the nicest areas of the, festival she added.The. .!inmates! gram, Glenda Epps, John !Miller, and Lila Rae,Yawn. the appointment he wilt rescind, nor has1 his resigni-he indicated the jssue could not be taken. up at

Yard Sale... tion, even if asked to do so by the this Mayor meeting.Biggs replied "It will be on i

The Hampton Elementary counCil. the agenda at the proper time." ._'
Parent-Teachers Organization will "I was surprised to read of Wig" Caps, "When is ,the proper

,: hold a yard sale, Friday, Oct. 28, gin's resignition in the' paper.
between the hours 9 a.m. and 1 'J;'. Biggs said, indicating that he had no Biggs, When' I decide it is"

P.m:, on the Hampton Elementary:: advance notice of Wiggin's inten- After more than two hours of

':: School grounds. 'f> tions. "citizen participation," and no one
Wiggins is out of town, attending a else wanted to address the issue,
field trial for hunting dogs, and did
'i Mayor Biggs called a workshop to
Fried Fish Supper.., not attend the council meeting. further explore the appointment of

,', A fried fish supper will\ be held at Silcox explained his position, saying someone to fill the unexpired term,

Theressa Saturday, October 29, 6-8 i the Police Department has many or call a special election either action -_
. .areas of concern, all of which need ito
,' p.m. There will be a $1 per plate being an option open to the coun-
charge. The supper is sponsored by be addressed, 'prior to'committingthe cil. The workshop will be held Tues
,; the Democratic Committee and the council to a new chief. Kay ing' day, Oct. 25 at 7:30: p.m. The first 30
Theressa VFVV. Also at Brooker : that he holds Mr Wiggins in high minutes will be taken up in an executive
Saturday, November sponsored esteem Silcox went on to say that in (closed door) meeting in
by Wilbur Waters, Democratic all fairness, other applicants need to which Union matters will be discussed. -

". nominee for County Commissioner. be, heard and at least two qualified The open session is set to begin at
persons have' indicated an interest in 8pm.In .

Rev Harold Dowdy... k 4 the job. i a recent out of town newspaper
In his discussion, Silcox said' Wig- article, Wiggins salary was reportedas
Rev. Harold Dowdy will fill the gins has not requested an appointment being $16,300 per year, the base
pulpit at Southside Church of to the position, and since he or starting salary of the, major's
Christ Sunday, October 30, 11 a.m. L has submitted his resignition, it isn'tknown position. In the meeting. Mayor
and 6:30: p.m. Monday and Tuesday if he will reconsider. Biggs reported that Wiggins is being

" October 31 and Nov. 1, Rev. Wiggins did hot attend the. paid more than $25,000 per year. t
Dowdy will preach 7:30 p.m. meeting. Mayor Biggs said Wiggins Wiggins was initially employed at
: Come hear the good news. The declined to speak at the last council $23,900 per year, but received a 5
. 'church is located 3 miles south of Who Will Runthe, Police Department..,'.' meeting, even though he was percent raise along with other city
. ,
, Starke on US-301. Supporter of Acting Chief 1I.F, Wiggins crowded In-. pofiitinrnl of Wigging, ; who has handed h.his rpslgnu-, routinely to given the two the council opportunity members According employees which now brings his

" 1, '. to the Starke city hall meeting room and Mood outside! lion effective Nov. 3. Wiggins/ who was! on vacation at Biggs and Silcox, Wiggins has not salary to the new total.
WI"" when room ran out Tuesday night pressing for the ap-' the fox hound trials In Perryt currently acting chief maintained a line of communication After 17 years with the city, Chief

i, ,, Upcoming.I .. and is drawing. the chiefs. pay of 125.105., 'with them: Bowen was making $28,000 per year.

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:.,\.., coming Public Workshop weeks meetings by are Starke:scheduled City Council in the Ron. Denmark Hits 'No-Bid: 'Policy; Is Appointed To Bd. of Adjustmentby I

Tuesday, October 25, 8 p.m.. In City Buster Kahn Denmark who formerly operated In the current street paving program traded' with l comirii "MVH.IW.m, saying Tucker evaded giving

Hall. Subject. Starke Police BCT Staff Writer an insurance agency in Starke for a the city earmarked $400,000 to owner to oversee the work on an answers by referring him to City

Department Ron Denmark, now operating a number of years came to the council re-surface some 14 miles of city hourly basis.Denmark Engineer Don Ruckman.
Starke Zoning Board meeting, pipe-laying contracting firm, took well preparetl'to chastise council streets, and pave 2-3 miles of new ex- stated that City Clerk Clerk Tucker denied being
set Thursday" Oct. 'n, 1 p.m; in City the Starke City Council to task 'members for the method of awarding isting dirt streets. Rather than bid Neil Tucker had been most uncooperative evasive, saying that only the city

Hall. regarding its "Mickey Mouse" contracts. more especially the the several parcels of work, the city while he (Denmark) engineer was capable of providingDenmark..P.ZA.

system of doing business .in a contract for street paving currently council leased equipment from' the was seeking information concerningthe (see ;
regular session,Tuesday, Oct. IS. under way Moore Construction Co., ,and con- street work currently under way,

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Over 200 Attend Rally For MilnerSome

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200 persons attended a rally gram.. ty to the Republican!arty two years '
and $10 per plate'chicken dinner 'There Is a lot of good people In ago, pumped his campaign to be o
fund-raiser for Republican sheriff's Bradford County. I want to keep the elected to the office he currently .i
'candidate Bob Milner at the Brad- county free of crime." holds by appointment. itkf
ford fairgrounds Tuesday afternoon If people want criminals kept off Smith who got a big hand from the t0 the
the '"...we're haveto crowd }
late. streets, going to some 200 strong' thanked ..
Sec of State Jim Smith, who said find a way to build the jail nobody Bradford County' for the support --
he is spending time in north Florida 'wants," Milner told the crowd. shown him in his race for attorney won
this week, put In a brief appearance Milner says In going around the general and for the Democratic Her Ufeddlng Day
before; heading to Gainesville. county people mention criminals gubernatorial. nomination.
Milner told the partisan crowd he getting arrested, then put right backon Smith expressed his feeling of w
will represent all the people of Brad- the street. comfort since belonging to the PRICES BEGM THURSDAY OCT..'20TH.
'ford County, not the party "It has Milner says he gained experience, Republican Party, but said hewasn't 2tTK
always been my dream to be education and training In his former'Job trying to get anybody to THRU WEDNESDAY, OCT.
sheriff said Milner, who has livedIn as training specialist with the switch parties, terming that a very
Bradford County almost 20 years, Florida Department of Law' En 'personal decision.
is a.1971 graduate of Bradford High forcement. He wants to bring' that .Smith said, he doesn't have ,to
School, and js married to the Former training into the sheriff's office. argue the death penalty, abortion, ..
Carol Hardyi; Milner had to resign from the KDLE and opposition to drug dealers In the +
Miler said he had decide I whenhe to run, and has been teaching Republican'fold, because everybody
wanted to be sheriff and how to do, Criminal, justice to high school 'agrees with).him,
it, He could have chosen path to' students at the Vo-Tech Center, He''
work in county or city law enforce.. is taking the next two weeks off the 'Bob! (Milner is happy to be called '*' J c.na u a ='D Luminarc*"""
ment, but decided to get well teaching job to campaign full time. conservative, and you can call us p,n.. uia.n 1a t .N,,.. r Ca.iea U W'L irruevawcl.u
educated in law enforcement, and to Milner said that to avoid any questions that all day long." l9 Antique w
run for sheriff. ,that his wife, Carol, has takena 2 I, SUmware
Milner says he will involve the four.week leave of absense from ,Reps Chance Irvine... .ew,.. 99C EACH
community more in 'the operation l of her job in the Election Supervisor'sOffice. O?
It's great to be on the ticket with Q
the sheriff's 'office, Seeing families .. Bob Milner and Ben Holtzendorf;: i au e M Liblxy! 7aQ-'Ones
,come to the: rally, Milner said he Rep. Chance Irvine, R-Orange Park $ 3M k
likes If. elected, Milner 'said he will In a hurried appearance She said that it is a philosophical 1'.69 cN ( ?
establish a Youth Crime'Watch program Secretary of State Jim Smith who difference with the state and county'' i 3 Colt 45 _
and a llelo! Stun 'Crime'pro switched from( the Democratic Par- ''Democratic Party, : MAi1a000q! s1GV PlMttcWkwChampagne

Denmarkfrom : ... y 1
page'IA 4aus a'l. 2.45
properly?" Tucker said invoices are' stoner Ed Wall nominated Ron Den- i .
'factual answers" concerning street reviewed by department heads and mark to fill a vacancy on the Starke
construction.. council members prior to''payment. Board of Adjustment, saying Den-, :
Denmark asked the council how Denmark asked, "How much mark has agreed to serve. .
much of the, work'' has been com money has been spent. to date .for The council Voted unanimously to .*. IN la.dy
pleted. Councilman Schaefer said 50 paving?" approve Denmark's appointment to 3 75 "
percent ''would be a reasonable Tucker said he couldn't Nay the board. ] 7 i rag5 u rum anen7Tropitafla
estimate, but no one really knows ;without looking at the records. Denmark Two vacancies on the Starke ZonIng -< : v
,without asking Kuckman. said, "I can tell you, $196,0110.( > Board were also filled. Councilman ear __
Denmark asked .'"Who checks invoices ,New Appointee.*., Wall nominated Debra Con-. i
to see I they 'are paid and ..
Later' in the evening, Commis- naughton Cindy Zurflufw ..
Worth Noting; .E.

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Call Sandra' Dempsat (904)' I '-'
BH .. Choral MAXVtsT Vk.Aa
'The Bradford Concert.,. ''758-0433 in Lake City'for further information .. SOi5APPS i '' Gordons Cm..... .... ...jun 7.99 MM
Hospital'Auxilliary A BUS choral concert is set Tues- Ms. Demps works for\ a :
will hold its third annual Christmas state Job Service of .. Beefeater Gin lMidIreo. .,1.71 uiw !I9.99.ita
day, Nov
: ', at 8 P-m-in tile Bradford -* .
Bazaar; Friday, November 11 at High auditorium. Florida, a subdivision of Florida' a'fov \ppklim Estate Rum'ro.iM- 9.99tu.e +

Bradford Hospital.from 9 a.m., to 3 The concert will feature the BHS Dept. of Labor. E f "l Dnrk Eyw Vodka w.. ..7MM. 4.99 MM

pm. Concert Chorus the BHS Vocal VidkaN _
11'am. i Cimtiin'a wwr.6 .UTBi 6.99 UMRclsku ry ,
Lunch will be served between
Ensemble (opus 88), the Girl's Glee Singles ''
and 2 p.m., offering sand-' Club and; the Men's Chorale; Meet...' Vdka. ,.nni.. tt.un.10.79 IBM -
wiches and chili., Crafts will be on Starke Church of God Christian .*. wawa : : _

sale..The public; Is invited. Rabies Alert..., Singles in Action will,be having .. r A nlt Ejirly Tim ..i .
Classes their meetings the second and : '
Begin... ,A rabid bat has been found in the fourth Fridays of each month. : Stranov Vodka "ate Fvan William s w aw.an. .aiTa 7.99 ..
Charles Thom s, Coordinator of Keystone Heights area of Clay Good speakers, food and '" : Becador .-, I Md HUt raWr.--;: .; I.TI utw 12.99 TIM '-. ,*
'Community Education, announces ,County.'..The rabies alert area, fellowship are featured each time;. II RumHallmark lack [>,aniel Riuck..tnurail9.99ttN
the following classes to be offered:: overlaps into Bradford County; Call 964-7678 or 9645681.Recreation : Gin : r
Advanced Flower Arranging All animal owners are advised to 0Y f" / '4a N '*
I, Tue., Nov. 1, 7-10 p.m.:', cost $18 make sure their anifOalsdogs( and News, ",: &I"tmIl1I ZN mum 9.99 .. II! Canadian Mal sy_ .. w.n.r. 5.99 s..a ,Lt'' ,

Advanced Flower Arranging cats) are up to date on their rabies CIl.VII' Windor Camdian....:........: .,.Iasi 6.99 us.
Wed., Nov.' 3;'MO p.m., cost $19' shots.,Make effort to restrict
every: Ii '
Halloween Party... Canadian Mirt .. to Tna Use nN *
Computers for Beginners, Mon. animals to owner s property and
'Nov. 21, 7-10 p.m., cost $17 avoid contact with free roaming A Halloween Party is set at Pratt II I; ......... .. 'J
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from ,
Street 3-5 Friday
School Bus Driver p.m. "
Training animals.
11l'd1tft" Butler ,:'JU.\\I_,'"" 6.95 sin
Mon:, Thurs.. and" Sat, Nov. 10-171;' The rabies alert will end Dec: 13 'Oct.Department.28'by' the Starke Recreation house! s..I cost $10.Call if no other rabid animals are fund. Stoll Stoq .. +"
964-6800 for.information; For more in formation; phone' Refreshments will be 'served. Lkaorsl a Pertsavka llshei Scotch.....,_ ....J.n that 12.99..n.C"'nn.ldkh *
964-5853. ,Games will he played. Prizes.willbe- I 1P gal ,..:M:: :'N.Ma'I7.99tisM' '+
Day..., given. ,t acaw .e'j' .MAnnieNSJkerRed.ltninei" 22.991MM *
e American will Class of:1988.; .-;;. ;: "-....,i V .ja. 111I.1 1-
The Legion serve : .4. IiAll .*., Exercise ClteS5es... B ,a t A .. i

breakfast members and In Legion Hall Veterans to all persons planning to go Cruise'on the Evening aerobics: Monday,'Tuesday t tea,: 10.95 e?ice! Kamira Coffee Liqueur.7M M. 6.99 MM ; t i i '-
on Class Bahamas
guests Senior
and Thursday, 5:30-6: p m. Rothschild V.s.O.P..w.:. 6.99 .... *
tM as
Day Nov. 11. from 730: a.m. to 9 may pick, up their deposit at the ., t '
a.m. There will be'no charge for Travel Agency on North Evening' exercise:. MTTh, 6-7 : E3 JuniMin's/ Chambord ::S:n...j I5.991M.N *'
the meal. Tempe Ave p.m Instructor P Counol \\nr\S. Cogiuc. .7M..14.9917..n
Fee: $10 per month. :
.. Anyone wanting a Class of 88 Cherly Godwin. Place: Old Armory i B A B and, Benedirtirw ... TM ML 1 B.99tM M .- .,.
Ceremony. jersey please call'John Slater, ph. .

'The American Legion will spon, 782-3008 after p.m.Unemployed. Building.Ceramics .. Canada Dry Mixers.__.__,...,..,..ana 79f .fir tl '
sor a Vereran's Day ceremony J. Class... a 1 r l I Pepsi Cola 7 UP :air? ?.::.........- .79 r/ f *
Friday, Nov. 11, at the gun mounton ...? .Monday nights,1-10 p.m. SkIll Mivnicw.i"w.arise.Itw.aaas 1.59 4.d *
south Walnut St., at 11
The public Is invited to attend a.m the Unemployed persons meeting'' Wednesday.morning, 9 a.m. to, r Major Peters OLOOIJ\' n..v ...........1.71 uta 2.75
ceremony, in honor of veterans of certain criteria may be eligible for noon.Instructor Lillie Ann Johns.
all wars. The featured speaker will the dislocated worker program,,
Place: Old Armory Building.
be Jim Delzell former prisoner of under the Job' Training Partnership, wwtitwswt,.*++ta, sss..reuse.est.w.ww wnws.at.a.r
''war. ,Act.
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Saturday,' October 22 I ''q Irvine :Addresses" ',the. .

1 'Issues Important to "You, I
,; 9:00 a.m. til 6.OO p.m. :

Monday through Saturday'


.- CRIME, Developing New Solutions to;
Ken\vinfs ,
Shop IZ; "",, Fighting Crime is a',Top "'
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Ul W.Call Street, Starke 964-8824 :. Priority. _

IZ; ,. ROADS & Need to Keep Pace with the I ,

Ladies & Girls Apparel ,. .J: .IDGIlWAYS Growth in Our Counties.,

,Believes the Legislature Should '
NewMerchandiseWeek1y' 1:%
; TAXES ;= (Prioritize the State's' Budget ti

Before Considering Raising It

20.OFF } I ; Taxes.' ',
Hats,Jewelry, #} { ,!(EDUCATIONWorking to Provide Best

Handbags& i # of 1% KEEP CHANCE IRVINE' Education'for'Our Children to ,ft.ft

Belts f ;i Working Effectively For Ensure the Future: of Our

Sale Ends 1 12 ,Clay St. Johns and : Communities.
SaturdayOcl.22 I.Bradford Counties. pd. pot.....-_


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Holtzendorf Challenges Incumbent, WatersIncumbent I

Commissioner for The Brooker department has received -, Challenger Holtzendorf. operations, thus lowering the cost to
.:," ,'It I District 5. Wilbur Waters, is com- a quick-response unit In the 'Challenger Ben Holtzendorf says, each household. '
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,\ ( pleting his first term as a commissioner southwest part of the county to com- "1 have never been elected to public I propose to float a bond issue to
/t :' and has served on the Starke pliment the unit in Starke; office, therefore I have no record to pave more of our roads. The gas tax
: City Council for two terms 197680. The cotroverslal special assess- run ort. Commissioners have a four monies are there; pledge these
41 j'i' He did not have an opponent in the' ment imposed for solid waste year contract, and we need to knowat funds, with no additional cost to the
Democratic primaries in disposal is in compliance'' with a each election time what they tax payer I feel that with coopera-
September. He has drawn opposition mandate from the Florida stand for and what they Intend to do tion from citizens groups and the
from a Republican candidate, Ben Legislature. "The garbage tax was to make Bradford County a better, county and city government we
Holtzendorf for the General elec- mandated by Solid Waste Legisla- place to live," he says could upgrade the recreational
,rt"U tion,'to be held Tuesday,November tion passed In Tallahassee," said Holtzendorf Is a life long residentof facilities and build more, with
:''I'I'' 8. Waters. "No ad valorem taxes can Bradford County and graduatedfrom minimum cost to the tax payer. We
be used for solid waste disposal," he Bradford High School. lie has can improve the services to the
Incumbent Waters.,, says.The law specifies that all costsof been married to his wife Harriette citizens with more understanding
Wilbur Waters 39, is a native of solid waste disposal be paid for by for 36 years. They have four and striving for excellence and pride,
Bradford County, grew up in garbage collection fees children, three boys and one girl in our work and in our county.
Lawtey, and graduated from Brad- "I was the only commissioner to Two children are students of Santa Drugs have been a major problemIn
ford High School in 1968. He Is mar- vote for an additional deputy for the 'Fe Community College, and all are Bradford County for many years,
ried to the former Kay Colson, and Sheriff's Department that is so bad- graduates of BHS.Hoitzendorf. and the problem is growing daily.
they have two children, Deanna, attending ly understaffed and overworked," 59, is a retired Ben Holtzendorf is going to 'make
BHS and Matt, attending he said. Property taxes have not 'military technician and Is retired this a major concern. "I plan to
Bradford Middle School. been raised in four years,and the 911 from the Florida National Guard.He 'work to strengthen the local law en-
t Waters. is proud of the ac emergency telephone system has owns a smallbusiness, ,and a farm."I forcement agencies and encourage
complishments that have been made been implemented and will soon be have business experience plus. citizens to become involved ,to
during his term in office. Laura enhanced, he continues. past supply, purchasing, reduce the flow of drugs into our
Church Road?Hurt Ellington Road Waters supports the Tri-county maintenance and budget knowledge.He county, he said.
sfr and Eunice Road have been paved, landfill because it will save tax- Is a member of the Bradford "My ideas are not experimental,
i and the Forsythe Road paving is to payers money by using DOC lands Chamber of Commerce, Rotary, they have been.tried and proven to
be started immbdiately. and will be a more efficient opera Bradford Historical Board, Voca work in other, communities Pro;
Fire protection has been Improved tion. He is opposed to a hazardous tional Regional Coordinating Council gress and growth is on us now, and
says Waters. "New River, waste plant being located in Brad- and past president of Bradford we have to make plans and elect officials
Hampton, Theressa and Brooker ford or Union County and made a AARP that can'and' will cope with
Volunteer Fire Departments have motion to donate money'to UCAP, "I will work for and support'' the these problems or we the citizens of
received reconditioned.fire trucks the citizens organization fighting the'' tri-county i landfill and recycle plant, Bradford County will suffer," he
they were desperately need of."' plant in Union Countv. which I !hpi| .......""' 1"wl'the post of says." '

Town Chooses ,Cable TV Co. I I"They're

i by Brenda Bawek going to'give us.their First United
UF Student Journalist best shot,"Melvin said.
MTV, the Disney channel and Sun State Cable President Richard''
HBO are just a few of the channels Barnett owns Southland Methodist Church
Brooker residents will enjoy when Underground |Inc, of Orange'Parkand
the City Council makes its decisionon can install a cable system whichis
""V a cable television franchise. underground. Bronson Cable cordially invites
Fancy Lady... Cable television service will be Television Tom Hulett cable system everyoneto
'provided in the city limits with possi- follows the route of electricity
Mir San Starling,an elementary.....001 teacher,look a*If she"could be ble expansion to,surrounding areas. underground or along telephone pole, join by celebrating
waiting< for the arrival eta borne-drawn carriage to come pick her op along the The Brooker City Council, will lines.
cobbled street of downtown Starke In her tQn-Of-the-century: attire. choose a cable company at the Nov.
That'exactly the effect the Junior Women'.dub of Starke wanted to projectto 1 meeting at 7:30: p.m. The'subscriber wants to know how of
artist and viilton,at the Third Annual Starke-SFCC Festival of the Art The City Council was presentedwith many channels he will get and how 125 years
.. ,1:, :' lat weekend tn keeping with the show them-'A Call to the Fait. a franchise agreement from much .it will cost, Councilman ''MinistrySunday :
Bronson Cable Television'and Sun' George Pierce said.
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IIj".t,.,'I,,,... ,, I"" I, ,,', State Cable Inc at a special meeting With the present company fran-
.'" Tuesday night, Oct. 18. chise agreements, 16 or 17 channels
" 0.6 X 10 MMES ,"It all boils down to dollars and will be available at a cost range of Oct. 23
,:- : \'; ,:"::" a ALSACE IO cents," 'Council Chairman Gene, $14 to $18 a month. ,
\1'' '' .Melvin said. Sun State Cable Inc. became interested Dinner the Grounds at'
'" on
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' l !" I I "We want what's best for the coin in installing a cable systemin
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l;! n,1t'\'I, '';: ,::': munity at large," he said. Brooker after reading an articlein 1 'at !the ':Parsonage
, ",' 1''' miles, 0.6. .
",' ;" To convert kilometers. to multiply by 'The 2 companies are expected to the Telegraph. ,
)'1,:' ',I' "" ( .. make a' proposal to the council. They want'to give the,)people; a 1307 Raiford Road
,before the.next meeting. .T choice Barnett said. ,

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BOB MILNER has 4' ,

demonstrated his leadership, '

The City Commissioners skills ,,for, .many .years.' '

will, conduct' a Workshop Starke'CommissionerChairman City

,October 25 1988! ", at 8:00: of '10:County .

,Regional ;:Planning; ; ,

p.m., ,for, the I purpose of Council, (appointed by/ j ?

''discussing the" office' of' ,&,Martins ,)Graham -- -

I,Police Chief'and" the .public '. Restaurant Managerat'Age 19 -: .
: Experienced in-Selection, Training, ;Disciplining? ?

is cordially. invited" to' attend., and' terminating employees. i

,. ,Experienced in employee performance

>',. "evaluations and, promotional decisions." '

/f' I The 'meeting will be held, 'at 1 Held, Leadership positions ''In ,numerous civic

'the ''City 'Hall ,at 209 :North and churchgroJ.lIs.,

Thompson Street in the "City BOB, MILNER is willing to makeCOITllTIisSioher'

s MeetingRoom. ,tough decisions and participate

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Ten Amendments


Florida voters will have an opportunity to vote: who are totally and permanently disabled now
"n eleven amendments to the state constitution in receive an ,additional $500 exemption. This
November's general election. The first nine proposed amendment will add widowers to the list of taxpayers "
amendments are being placed on the ballot receiving the additional $500, exemption. 'tt'

n> the legislature with the two remaining proposals
earning a place by citizens gathering the Amendment Six.,,
required number of signatures to force officials to
(delude them also. TAXATION AND
SION-Tra...'." authority to review matter
addition\ one straw vote will be taken on the relating ta state and local to.atlon'ad, the
question whether the "Sunshine Law" should be budgetary process from the Constitution Revision
extended to include the legislature and the Ex- Commission Id a newly created Taxation "

i Htive ,Branch of the State Government and Budget Reform Commission to be establish'ad :< w
In,1t0 and every 10 year thereafter, The {
In order that voters may familiarize themselveswith new commission will Issue a report and H may ;
the eleven proposed amendments and one propose statutory change to the legislature, '
straw poll a brief resume of each is being and submit proposed constitutional change to "I ,

presented. the voter ,
The amendment is first presented as it will read 'i

'on the ballot, followed by an explanation to help A taxation and Budget Reform Commission consisting -' :
understand: the result if the amendment passes. of 25 non-legislative members (11 ap- : '
pointed by the Governor and seven each appointed 1 t r
the Senate President and the House Speaker
The Straw Vote..., by '
plus four non-voting legislators serving as ex-'
STRAW BALLOT-Should *h. member el the officio members).will be established in 1990 and
State legislature, and the Executive, Branch of every 10 years thereafter. The new commission
Slat Government be required to meet the provl- 'will issue a report and it may propose statutory
.lon. of the op.n public meeting requirement ol changes to the Legislature and submit proposed,
Florida Government In the Sunshine Law (Sec constitutional changes to the voters. ,
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tlon 28*Otl, Florida Statutes)
Although local governments in Florida must con-
,duct their rbusmess in the open and with public' Amendment Seven... Kevin Thomas foreground ) providrd( musical builder of the first railroad Rebecca Phillips UK frontier

scrutiny, the Legislature and the Executive TERMS OF OFFICE FOR 'TRIAL COURT background for the story of Stark.-'" first hundred yearn woman; Mitch Starling as George ftole, the first

Branch do not. They conveniently provided JUDGES-Increase* term of county court trial, presented by The Sht "htrinl(, PlaviTH" l.isf), Milurrlay postmaster; (rear row. Iromlll'fO Alan Bishop, scr
themselves with loopholes and they routinely (fudge from lour to .1.) year ''Front viceman. ; Kichie Taylor early settler: Jim |l.ovl', narrator
Bather in secret behind closed doors, to wheel and i row characters are from left* Arlotlc; ( t*>\f.<< a..('<>l, ; Angela Ward as Miss Starke for whom the town ,
deal over legislation and other matters, says the County trial Judges will be placed on par with Wm. W. Moore, founder 'of the Itrudford (County. \ was name; Lenore Welly\ ('l\llt.| J.C. Richard; and Ann
circuit judges by having their terms extended Telegraph Michael Krxkr-r.
Florida Association of Counties who is from four to six t an Senator D.nid 1 uU-e, Starling salenman ,

to state government. court of appeal have only to qualify for retention
Wayne Spivey, a Clay County commissioner and for a six year term by vote of the electors in the
past president of the Association of Counties, says: general election. Circuit judges, are elected to ,RECOMMENDATIONSON ;
that if voters in counties favor extending
enough enough
of six and
serve a term years, county judges are
the law to state government legislators ,elected for a term of four years.. This amendmentwill ,AMENDMENTSNo.
will get the message. extend,the term of county judges to six years.:
"If it has the/ support of an overwhelming ma ,

legislative the citizens" ,we'll take it before,'our. Amendment. Eight..., l-Votet YES:
,/ l delegation.* Spivey said. CIVIL TRAFFIC1:, HEARING OF.FICERSAutharlxea County Court Judges with at It'ast five, '
The:question has already Florida been placed on Brad the'L41loL tho'Legl.lotu,. to establish years as a member of the Florida Bar may .
number of counties.The
in a sit on Circuit Court cases when nt''dt'd. I'
'a civil traffic hearing officer system to hear civil .
to in
_ ford Commission passed a resolution -
County traffic oH....... They should be subject to the sairie impeachment -
Undo it during their meeting September 12. The process as' Circuit ;Judges I
straw' poll will be the last Item on the' ballot No courts other than the supreme court district thereby removing the present authority of
,following the,constitutional amendments courts of appeal circuit courts and county courts the Governor to suspend them, '

may be established in the state. By this amend' ,' I
,Amendment One... ment the legislature will be empowered to set up a No. 2-Votel! YES. .
IMPEACHMENT OF. COUNTY JUDGES-ProposIng traffic hearing officer system to handle civil J traf-' Victims of crime and the next of kin of I
on amendment to the State Constitution to fie offenses Implemented by the legislature the homicide victims should have the tight to .,
provide that county court (urlget shall ... subject( amendment wlll1 provide; for the more efficient use be present and be heard at all, cruua) '. I.
''to Imp.achm.nt by the legislature and thereby of county court udges by ,removing such cases stages. of criminal proceedings.:
removing present authority ol Governor to tut. ,from their jurisdiction.Amendment ,

p.nd county court )udg.s.A No. 3-There are reasonable argumentson
Nine... ; both sides. No recommenddtion
legislative proposal passed In the 1987 session
will provide for, ,the impeachment, of county DEPARTMENTS OF VETERANS AFFAIRS AND This amendment would give tax In t'ciks: ea
'judges, whO', at present can be, summarily' ELDERLY AFFAIRS-Propose* an amendment to to owners of undeveloped land that 1011- "
Suspended by. the. Governor with a minimum of the State Constitution to authorise the creationof tributes, fresh water to one*of .the a '+I, ,I' .
a Deportment of Veteran Affair and a Florida aquifers. But non-owners of I\'I "' I ,

,delay w;) County judges will "be placed in, the same Department ol Elderly Affairs land make may up for have the their oss. U' ,.vs ,nu'rci.sccl; "., {r >... '.""'"; ft', .," !f

'category as circuit judges, appeals court judges If implemented, the Division of Veterans 'Affairs :
and Supreme Court Justices as liable for impeachment will be upgraded from a division to department No.Vote: YES. Ati
'' by the house of representatives by two-, status. The Department of tldcrly'Affatrs, Authorizes the Legislature 16 provide for
thirds vote for misdemeanors committed while in will -b6 originated at the department level The '
'state issuance of bonds the full '
office The Governor will no longer have the ability of Veterans Affairs alone will cost $1.2 pledging; Jim fate, narrator for the historical comedy drama. "A Call to Hie 1'jn.t", '
Dept. faith and credit of the state without a voteof
to,suspend county judges for such offenses 'million to .implement, according to. a House'' the electors. Florida'ghighway needs Presents bouquet to Dr. April O''onne'll.ho directed and staged the skit
,tb) An ,officer so impeached shall be disqualified depleting the early history of Starke. It was presented last Saturday mornIng I'
analysis. well known and shouldbe 'I.
\ from performing any official duties until are rights-oT-way at the opening of the third annual. SUrke Festhal of the-Arts. Guy An
acquired now rather than later when drews,'SrCC Is decked out for the
acquitted by the senate and, patron occasion In top hat and overalls.
prices may be double or,triple the present
(ei> All impeachments shall be tried by the .Amendment Ten... cost. t tetllstr tr
senate, and a two thirds concurrence of allmembers LIMITATION OF NON-ECONOMIC DAMAGES IN 'I' I

present will be necessary for conviction CIVIL ACTIONS-Amendment provide that a No. S-Vote: NO.

person entitled to receiver damage for bodily Injuries This amendment would give widowers
In any action may not recover mora than the same $500 tax exemption on property
Amendment Two... $100.000 for non-economic damages: define that is allowed to widows If the amend
RIGHTS OF VICTIMS OF CRIME-Proposing an non-economic losses to Include pain and uffer 'ment applied only to widowers over age 661,
amendment to the State Constitution la grant Ing.. Inconvenience, ,mental anguish las of it might be acceptable but widows $ "
victims el Crime, and the neil-of.kin ol homicide capacity to enjoy II'., loss of consortium and generally need more tax relief than
vlctlmi, the qualified right to be Informed, to b. other non-pecuniary losses; provide by general employed widowers '
'p.nl. and to b. heard at all crucial stages ol law the maximum amount recoverable may be '
'criminal proceedings. adjusted using a consumer price m Index published' ,,* \
No.Vote NO., ,
(taX The accused'shall be informed of the nature by the'U. S. Government; provides an effectivedata. Provides for: transfer of, authority" to
and cause of the accusation, shall be furnished a review matters relating to state and local
copy of the charges shall have the right to havecompulsory taxation and the budgetary process to a''
process for' witnesses, to confront This proposed amendment is sponsored'by the newly, created T/lxatlon', and Budget'
adverse witnesses to, be heard in person and to Florida Medical Association and was placed on Reform Commission to be established In''

have a speedy,trial. the ballot by voter initiative that is, collecting 1990. art
Ibl' Victims of crimes and the next-of.km of enough signatures on a petition to mandate thai Critics say this may be a' move by the, t
referendum vote.
be offered for
homicide victims; will have a qualified constitutional -, the amandment Legislature to shift the responsibility for

right to be informed to be present and to be new taxation from themselves and could.
heard when relevant at all crucial stages of Non-economic damages are defined to "include create just another "bureaucracy"'. '
pain 'and suffering' inconvenience, mental ,, '
criminal proceedings. The right will be qualified *
''so as! not to infringe upon the constitutional, rightsof anguish, loss of capacity to enjoy life, loss" of consortium No 7-Votet NO.

the accused. > and other non-pecuniary losses. County Judges now serve 4-year terms t

Losses considered' direct money' damages, I Circuit Judges serve 6. Proponents of this t
Amendment Three,.., amendment the election wouldbe
economic losses such as loss of wages medical say process T
ASSESSMENT ,OF HIGH WATER RECHARGE bills, property damage, legal fees and other outotpocket simplified by having standardized _
iANDS-Povld. that land producing high expenses are not affected and are not terms. However, we feel all county "offices'should '
water recharge to' Florida's aquifers may be' subject to the $100,000 limit. : have equal. terms.' r, __

classllled by lIo..rallaw and assessed solely on The effective date will be thirty days after the -, -
the basis el character or ....., date of the election at which it is approved. No. H-Vule: YES.
.Authorizes Legislature to establish a Lorna Reddish second Iron left Ui.>diii(;>. chairman of Arts Festival
Owners ", land producing high water recharge break Amendment Eleven... civil traffic hearing officer system to hoar volunteers, presented homemade pies to a group of tier outstanding helper
to Florida's'acquifers will receive a tax civil traffic offenses. This change would Standing,with I-orna are (from'll'rn Date llurse. )Dun IMerson Marian
similar to that.received by owners of agricultural free County Judges to devote their tune to Douglas and ENGLISH IS THE OFFICIAL' LANGUAGE OF
land, cases than "fenderbenders" and Ken Gaskill-
more important Bernie McFadden
FLORIDA-Establish. English as the official '
Amendment Four... language ol the State ol Florida; enable the and speed violations! :

Legislature to Implement this ,article by opproprlate ,
'. .I.latloll.Sponsored .
BRIDGES Proposing an amendment to the State Florida has one of the largest populations I
Constitution effective upon' adoption. 'to, by "English Only of Inc.initiative, and Included this of war veterans and the elderly.This .,by Kingsley Assn.
authorize the for Issuance on the ballot because voter
legislature to provide be amendment would create a Department of
by the state, without a vote of the electors, of amendment will simply designate Veterans Affairs :and a Department of
bonds pledging the lull faith and credit of the the official language of the State of Florida., .Elderly. Affairs Plans for c decreasing the threat of pollution more than enough residents' volunteeringtheir

tale, the proceeds ol which are ta .b* used to pPonentsf amendment lec-l these in Kinsley Lake were discussed by a services to take samples. '
An official KngJum law 'will not''prohibit this 'of KLPOA members at a
llnance or refinance the coat ol acquiring real large group
new departments are unneet'sI1I'Y.creating .,.Co!.Patel discussed the pros and cons of
property for state roads'or for constructingbridges. teaching Spanish, but it will mean that English is toured dish, supper meeting in the Civic
the language of the government. It will not be illegal additional expense and place two Center Saturday night., the possibility of the lake residents tying
to also provide services in Spanish,but it will distinctly different Issues in one amendment into the Camp Blanding sewer plant facili
Motor fuel or special fuel revenues (primarilygas be illegal to require Spanish rather than English. giving voters no choice except to Speakers on this occasion were Gene' ty which has a larger capacity than neededby
tax) will be available to fund bonds to pay for vote for both Bray of the Clay County Health Depart-' the Camp population at the present

right-of-way acquisition and bridge, construction; There will be no other direct results front toe No. 10.:, '* ment,' Sandy Fisher director of the new' time. He said however that the possibility ,

,without voter approvalNo amendment. Only if the legislature passes laws This most controversial of all the' Lake Watch,Program' I" and Col. Kent of doing this would depend on Federal laws
bonds shall be Issued however unless the relating to the amendment (which it will be empowered amendments has sparked a pitched battle Paul, i.'(imp Blanding training ,site governing the operation of Blanding.
debt service. requirements of the bonds and any to do U the amendment passes) will therebe between lawyers and doctors. It provides manager, which are now being studied. lie said sucha

previous bonded indebtedness secured by the any result other than the designation., that a person entitled to recover damages, .hi i-c siM.ukt.rti stressed the unique' project would require three pumping stations -
revenues is that 90 percent of would be than con-
same pledged less and more costly
may not recover more than $100,000 for qualities of Kingsley Lake in view of efforts ,
the revenues available, structing and operating a package plant
non-commercial losses such as pain and now being considered to have it
suffering mental anguish, loss of ability to 'classified as., an Outstanding Florida, system for the Kingsley community.
Amendment Five.
.. 'Amendment.Recommendations. enjoy life, etc. This does not apply to property Water
PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION FOR damages. Lawyers oppose it; doctors -
WIDOWERS-Proposing an amendment to the favor it because of the high cost, of Bray discussed a plan for tightening up I '
State Constitution ta extend the property ta* exemption malpractice suits. on septic tank regulations at the lake
for widow to widower OS well. Due to the complexity of this issue, we where some faulty installations are 1 @ 10 .MILES r

Widowers will be able to take advantage of the make no recommendation at this time. reoortedlv cnntrirHitma! to its pollution. .o tIi
Based on information received by The- Biiid etlorf will be made to PIN VP
$500 property tax exemption currently available Bray' an ... .
only! to widows. The 1980 census counted 101,378 Telegraph on the ,eleven proposed No. 11..* Vote YES. closer inspection of all tanks in order lo --
,widowers in Florida amendments to the Florida Constitution English should be the official language, ,correct those that are causing trouble.
Every head of a family in Florida has a tax exemption : we ,offer recommendations in an of Florida although the State should supp lukingvv.ih 'To convert kilometer' ,* to mile*:
Fisher -,1(< tier program( lie
of for household and ly the means to offer instruction at a
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Ladies 'Auxiliary, VFW 1016

... To Be Organized TonightThe "imMnWW t':

newly formed Bradford County to attend. Please bring the application J

Memorial Veterans of Foreign and a copy of your sponsor'sD0214.
Wars Post 1016 Is assisting in All eligible ladies in the
organizing 'a Ladles Auxiliary. Starke area are invited. Eligibility '
There will be an organizational( Includes wives mothers sisters,, Southslde Elementary Carnival... ,
meeting on Thursday Oct. 20, at daughters, grandmothers, and In '
7:30 pm, in the Civil Defense some cases, stepdaughters of Many exciting plans are underway for the annual Halloween ,carnival -
building on thee fairground, veterans who served overseas. at Southside Elementary School. Mark your calendar now and
For more 'Information, .contact plan to attend the fun-filled event on Saturday. Oct. 22 beginning at 4

All ladies who have received Wilma Costa, 964-607S, or Phyllis p.m.Several.
membership applications are asked, Riddle, 7-W-T011! : new attractions have been added this ',ear Including themysterious
gypsy fortune teller Madam Fronts the authentic
Moon Walk, a large "tent" made for jumping and bouncing and lots oftunl .
GissyCahoonTo Dinner will include your choice of chicken and rice| chill hamburgers -
or hot dogsl Plenty of after-meal snacks are promised, too,
Wed Oct. 22 like Funnel Cakes, popcorn, candy and homemade goodies from the

The wedding of Denise Maria ,Country Store I
Cissy and Lonnie Ernest Cahoon, III 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 3 for$l. Tickets may be
will be a lawn wedding at 6 p,m. at purchased at the carnival for f 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
I Joseph Cissy at 1412 Debra Street in. with the children parents,and teachers of Southside' Elementary.

Starke. School ",
All friends of the families arc invited '
to attend. A reception ut the Lawtey Community School Carnival.: ..

new KOA recreational building will Fried and smoked mullet dinners, including cole slaw,baked beans,
be held following the ceremony french fries, hush puppies, and iced tea, will be sold for $3.50 each.
J. This year's carnival will include 16 different booths this year, suchas

-. the hay ride, dunking booth, cake walk haunted house and more,
Raffle items this year are $350 gift certificate from Denmark Fur-
Fish Fry SaturdayAt niture,pump shotgun, $100 cash,a free fill-up of gas from Lawtey Shell
Church of God Cynthia Nettles and a battery from Douglas. Battery, Everyone is invited to share in
and Thomas Hester "the fun and good food.
The Starke Church of God, located

k at 422 N. St. Clair St., will be having NettlesHesterEngagement Hampton Elementary Carnival.... "
\; a fish fry this Saturday, Oct. 22 from Told
11 a.m. to 1:30: p.m. There will bee Hampton will'be having Us' annual Halloween Carnival on Friday,
'charge of $3 per plate Linda Starling Nettles of Brooker Oct. 28 from 6-9 p,m. ,
,and Thomas D. Nettles of LakeButler Prizes being given away In the'drawing will be a 12 ga, shotgun a
I announce the engagement of 19" portable color TV and $50 cash Hampton Elementary students are
,Mr.A Mrs Howard Marvin OsborneKrlstina their daughter, Cynthia Marie Nettles eligible to win a scooter. .
and Thomas William Hester, A new feature this-year Is a yard sale from 9am, to 1 p,m on the
son of Mr. & Mrs. Albert V. Hester,' school grounds. This will feature good; usable household )items,,tools,
I Brantley-Osborne Exchange Vows Jr. of LaCrosse. toys, or antiques, Come, enjoy}!' ,.
The wedding will be November 5'

,at the Hester home. ,
Lee Brantley"'daughter of of pink' and white rosebuds, sur- ribbon with pink hearts around each The bride-elect is a 1985 graduate,
Mr & Mrs. Ralph J. Futch of rounded with lace and strands of tier.' The cake was topped with a of Union County High School. The
and Howard Marvin pearls, with smaller cascading bride and groom under a lace arch. room-to-be Is a' 1986 graduate of
Lawtey, pearls and babys breath woven into Accents on each side "f the cake Santa Fe High SchoolMethodist .
Osborne of Lawtey,., son of Mr. 4 Plans .
American Vet. ActivitiesThe
wore Legion Day
Mrs. William Miller of Pittsburgh, the flowers. The bride a single' were crystal hurricane lamps: :
''strand of pearls with matching pearl pink tapers, Also on the bride II table
married Aug 26 at 7 '
were p.m. '
Rev, Leon Odom performed the earrings.She wore a matching white was a sheet cake cut into individual Observe American Legion has an- tiuest speaker will be Dr. Bernard
ceremony at Grace Baptist Churchin veil accented with beaded chantilly pieces, then decorated in white with 125th Anniversary nounced it is sponsoring a covered 'McFadden, Head of the Starke'
Starke, with nuptial music per; lace cap, a fingertip veil edged with pink roses with the bridal couple'snames dish dinner at the\ Post Home on Edwards Center of the Santa Fe' Community' .
formed by Mrs Stephanie Gnffis on lace and blusher. on it. The table was Covered, 'Sunday{ ; October 23, First United Road, Tuesday October 25. College. '
the and Mrs. Sharon Sheetz of The bride's maid'of honor was her with a lace cloth over pink with a-+ Methodist Church will" celebrate A social hour will be held starting Also scheduled for Veterans Day,
Live piano Oak, soloist. "sister.,Miss Karen Futch, and her attendant ,white skirt decorated with sprigs of, their 125th Anniversary during the at 6p.m. and dinner at 7 p,m. November '11, is the traditional
An arch of lattice work with arch- was Mrs. Cora Wilkerson of garland, Ivy bows and streamers, In. morning worship. All legionaires and their families, Veterans Day Breakfast, at the Post
ed candelabras on each side and a. Lawtey. They wore pink satin floor- shades of pink and white. Mrs. Glen- Guest speaker will. be the new, are invited and urged to attend. Home on Edwards Road starting at
candle decorated with shades length gowns 'with puffed sleeves da Stanley and Mrs..Pat: Jones serv- bishop for the Florida Conference, Special guests for the dinner will '7:30: a,m. and continuing to 9 a,m.
,unity and a vee-necklme and carried ed the cake. Hasbrouck E. Hughes. 'The 'breakfast ,will feature bacon
silk flowers ivy were the be the representatives to Girls State-,
pink and) decorated food table : ;At 1 ,m, a dinner on the groundweather
short-stemmed goblets' and was p
Bakets The punch r 'sausage, eggs, grits, creamed chipped -,
focal point for the wedding. and Boys State for the year 1987,
) at
,with pink silk flowers and over' by Mrs. Theresa, ( permitting par beef biscuits and and is
of pink silk flowers,areca palms and presided with their parents and families.PHOTOGRAPIfY gravy
: 1307 Raiford Rd will con- .
ferns were placed at various pointsto streamers Inside each goblet was a'' Moyers and Miss April Jones, Mrs., sonage at free to. all veterans,families. and
pink rose-shaped floating candle. Mathel Green,'grandmother of the tinue the festivities. The parsonage
the beautiful wedding,scene. guests.
set William Miller '. Miss Jessica Diane Brantley, bride, and Mrs. Sharon Sweat",the will be open for viewing with church'committee f At 11 a,m. 'the group will move to
Best was
man of the with Mike; niece of the bride was flower girl' bride's aunt,' prepared the food. members serving, as the Veterans Memorial at the junction I
,Osborne stepfather(the groom's groom brother) and 'wearing a floor-length dusty rose Candelabra' with pink votivesacwcented parking, attendants and guides: of Walnut Street and US301'south ,
satin with a chiffon overlay each end of the table Following the dinner, there will bea '' ,'
gown ,. for the laying of wreaths,
,Jeff Futch the bride's brother) serving -,; "
; accented with lace at, the neck. The bride's book table'was' service of consecreation for the By Cdthy Wooiey'9644I51' ceremony, in honor of all Veterans

Given as ushers.in marriage.by her brother) wrists and a large hemline of lace:: covered with "a lace cloth and new, parsonage. led 'by .Bishop '..964.6066 both living and dead Guest speaker,
Following the ceremony, a leviu- centered by a large crystal champagne Hughes., for this occasion will be Mr. Jim
and her mother, the/ Engagements,
Weddings E
Tony Brantley tion was held in the church glass filled with rice bags This will be a great day in the lifeof Delzell former of War.
bride of satin and chan- prisoner
wore a gown with floral arrangements ribbon 'A crystal the church and everybody is/! Invited AnniversariesCall
lace which featured an open, fellowship hall, trimmed in pink The public is invited and urged to
tilly neckline ;with a chantilly lace and areca palms at vantage basket held loose pink rice and each to attend for Free, Consultation, .' attend this memorial service in
covered bodice, with lace ballroom points about the room. pierce of crystal was decorated with I honor of all Veterans of all Wars:
held three- bows in shades .of ,
sleeves. A full satin skirt with chan The bride's table a and streamers ? ., \,' .
ccake edged with pink and white. -
tiered white pink
\ with '
tilly lace overlay was pulled up Mrs. Brenda Howard directed the- I
two satin bows In the front:The satin
and chantilly lace skirt 4U MliUn*, .. wedding. Flowers were prepared :" .
''II'" iwas'Lisa '" '
25-Peat'Club Norma Donn. Photographer '
to a semi-cathedral: train The bride: 'DuPb '. ", :", III;. ; / ; "
Peeples. 11 /
wore custom-made fingerless glovesof Plans Dinner MeetingThe "
chantilly lace, accented at the the Following newlyweds a short now reside trip.in', .', ', :i < '. : : ;'::,: : : ,,', ,: "
wrist by small satin bows. DuPont Company's 25-Year :: ,: ; ; ;,: ,,' :\ : ; .d U, ;
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The bridal bouQuet was a cascade Club annual dinner meeting will be Lawtey. ' "I. 'I.,,,;, ; "" ) "; > \'' ''' '
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the The granddaughter of the late ;> I' .' 'I''. '" ,"" "" ''i"1,1'1'" I/' \ ;' ;, 'I" :
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i 1' : of Bradford High School. ,' /'III\t\'t\; ::\ ;\:,' '":' J";'<(kI" ..: ; \ : "
will be mailed graduate ,, : ,( / '' '
of invitation \ "
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Public LibraryTo later. The groom is a graduate of Braden- ,. "f; fir\: ,J'','" 'I ','." \\Ii ",I'l:{\' ": l 11'i OI't, >"",m t,'"\-,"",'< (\..'!' ,",""::1:'i',',..',11''
Host ton High School and is a carpt'nter.20"'OL '. 1\\' "'. "!":(I I\\I">' .1K'"I'' :' \\\\li't\\\' \ \ \\'i "):';) q\/\j"' { ,'':.),'Ii'/'11 ':,'',' '" .
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Library is happy to host the annual ', ) ,,',1','.... ," '" ,,' Oi''j"'I( ,,; .',,.',\'' """''I'' ,,'
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Halloween Party on Thursday, October 'vI jIiIIlu ai. J'i .
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from 4 to 5 p,m.'The party will :I/I. I "l.i'''''', .
be held at the Library.
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mini-cake walk aniienjoy 'FE'ntire'Stock '
be treated to a ,: f ,' "
Halloween refreshments; ., ',-,fd'' : d', ,
Judging' for'' best costumes with ',,'\, ,'
prizes awarded will be a special /\ ;
event of the afternoon'There Is no "f i\I", \" 1 ,"
admission charge, just goodies to ',..,' V"Il,' ;,\i,
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everyone. Call 964-6400 for more information '-, :,/(, '
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Layaways Welcome for This Sale I' ;''1'' I.,,;' .
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green beans brownie rolls,milk.
Tuesday! PII-In.BI.nket. baked beam,cabbage &: GIFTS'
slaw,fruit cup milk
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cake, milkFrklsji Spooky. Joe Fried Broom Slicks' Jack-" ;'J -=....-.".'..,...' -=-
O-Lsntern on a Stick. H -Gobblln" Casper:

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Thursday, tomato Hamburger pickles,key on lime bun pi.tater., milk t tout .lettuce November,' ,, 1988, .at '7:30 p.m. In the'County

Friday t Pizza,buttered corn fruit cup.,cookies, Commissioners Room' :at the Bradford County'' .

milk Courthouse, Starke.,FL., for a NEW BOOKMOBILEfor : 'direction
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Tuesday milkshakes" i Corndog., pizza,'cheeseburger, trench- ment. telecommunications ''needs.
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Friday milkshake Corndoga.,O J. hamburger,,trench, fees 'Suzanne Crum, Director of Public Library at (904), one stop for expert' business communicaness telecommunications service,Centel is
,Each day students. have choice of a hot lunch the that can be your place. Call a
salad. bar or 964-6400, or Mrs. Esther B; Ellerson, County'Finance :tions. From our technologically-advanced one place,

Director at ((904)) 96.<&.6280, Ext., 250. networks to:installation to financing and Centet! representative ,today.Wherepeople .
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Methodist Church To Observe 125th YearThe HOBY Student Mark ,Shuford ,Speaks at ClubMark

First Methodist Church of a service of consecration for the parsonage In 1898 the church purchased the r
Starke will celebrate Its 125th An-' will be led by Bishop Hughes. property now in use and moved the, the Shuford, who was chosen as program. from the tables and the headtable centerpiece
myq wry at the annual Homecom- First old frame building there from outstanding sophomore in Bradford Community Players was an arrangement of silk fall '
ing Service and covered dish CongregationThe leadership at Bradford High School Laura Conti
dinner Palmetto Street. It was faced with and Chris Davidson flowers with autumn leaves
Sunday, Oct. 33 Guest speaker on oldest local congregation of specially made cement blocks that this' year and attended the Hugh directors of the production"Ollver'\ down the table which was cover \
this occasion will be the new Bishop which there U a record was the resembled stone, As the church continued O Brian Youth Foundation (HOBS> presented Chris Herrington who with a white lace cloth. '
of the Florida, Conference, Methodist group that constructed a to grow this building was seminar in Tallahassee was guest sang a selection from the! play and The invocation was given by
Hasbrouck E. Hughes. one-room log church building In 1863 replaced In the early 1950s by the speaker at the Woman's Club,,who Kim Karczweskl as Nancy, singing Peggy Thomas and the devotionalby
Several of the church' former on donated property now used by St. present beautiful sanctuary,and the sponsors. the HOBY student each "As Long as He Needs Me". Mrs. Myldred Cuttino.President Saun-,
ministers have been invited to par- Mark'. Episcopal Church. It re- first service was held there Oct. 14, year.Mark Thomson accompanied the soloistson dra Green conducted the business
ticipate in the worship service, and mained there until 1888 when a 1951, In four years the new sanc- discussed his'' trip to the piano. The play 'will be meeting. Chairman Thomson was f
all present and former members will frame building was erected on tuary was completely free of debt, Tallahassee and 'what it meant to presented at the Country Club for assisted ,by her committee Anita
be welcomed. Palmetto Street In the north part of and was dedicated on Nov. 27, 1955. him to be the HOBY representative, the next two weekends.The Rink, Freda :Judd, Beverly I
Following the morning service at Starke.The land and lumber for this and his gratitude for this privilege. clubhouse ,
was beautifully Blackshear Mary
Margaret Young
11 o'clock,a covered dish dinner will building was donated by Simon J. Marks-Wilson' Mark and his mother, Mrs. James! decorated In the Halloween theme Sue Rahn Lillian and Evelyn
be held the Temple,a trustee of the Shuford were luncheon Stump
on grounds of the new church who guests. with miniature hobgoblins Griffin who served as hostesses for
church parsonage,,located at 1307 operated a large sawmill" here at To Wed Oct. 29 Mrs. Marjorie Thomson. Education scarecrows and pumpkins being used ,this most enjoyable luncheon.
Raiford that time. Chairman was in rh"'l'l'pt"' the ,
The parsonage will be Mr. and Mrs. Everett 'Morris re- as centerpieces on the individualor
open for viewing with members of
the Pastor's Parish Committee serving Oliver Starts Quest the honor of your presence at ,
as guides. This WeekendThe the marriage of their daughter,Martha -
Ann Marks to,, hell Wilson '
Immediately on Hampton HilitesBy
the dinner, Bradford Community Saturday Oct 29, at 3 p.m. at New ,Pinevalley To Hold
Player's production "Oliver Hope Baptist Church on Old Lawtey Homecoming RevivalThe
which will premiere this weekend Rd. In Starke. Dolores Meng-I>ho"e 40H-19I5\
,.\" KAMI '. promises to be a lively' sparkling A reception will be held following I Pinevalley Congregational!
Manager event ,to be enjoyed by young and the ceremony. Everyone is Invited Condolence..., out 01 costume''Chairman Louis Holiness Church will hold its annual
To Address Sympathy is extended to the familyand Marney wishes to thank all who are homecoming revival this Sunday .
old.The Patio Pool helping with this carnival and those 'Oct. 23, with dinner the church
: Annual cast numbering more than Supper friends of Jennie Zacek Ferda on
,,: Meeting
forty has been perfecting their g Honors who died Oct. 11. held in the past years. He says this grounds, Services will be held Sunday -
pen GissyCahoonMiss '
The manager of Starke's newest formance In order to bring this uni- will be his last year as chairman, night through Wednesday night
,,', industry, KAMI, Inc., from que story to life at the Starke Golf Denise Gissy and Mr. Lonnie October Birthdays... ,and we all appreciate his help toolSubscribe with Rev. J.D. ,Sosebee from
Nuremberg, Germany will keynote and County Club. This is an event Cahoon were recent honorees at a'' Oct. 10-Mope.Archey, ll-.Jason Georgia as guest speaker.The .
the Bradford County Economic you should not miss. But you had .wtio-pool supper party held at the Motes ,Travis Crew 12-Raymond I church is located 2 miles N. of
home of Ada and Drew ; ; Starke down the dirt road by Brad
pevelopment Corporation's second better hurry ,tickets are going fast Reddish in Rhoden Rosalita' Reyes. Amanda
annual meeting on Monday Oct.24. and dinner performances will be by Green Acres. Lester; 13-Frantz Innocent David ford Furniture Factory, Everyone' I Is,
The meeting begins with a social advance reservation only. 'The occasion was In honor of their McCarver; 15--Amanda Godwin I :cordially invited.
hour at 8:30: p.m. in the KOA (Kam- The! buffet will consist of ham and forthcoming wedding on Oct. 22 Vergie Barksdale18Amanda;
pground Banquet Room followed by turkey hot and cold vegetables:: Assisting the Reddishes in hostess- Flanagan; 18-Lynn Hall; 19--Dawn
dinner and program. beverage and dessert. Dinner ing the supper party were Jeannie&
per- Manning; 20-Donme Brown,
George Siebold,manager of KAMI formances will be October 21, 22, 28 ,Bobby Biggs! ,Virginia Jean&Randy Gatlm Alicia Baker; 21-Wayne'
USA Sales;' Inc. will deliver, the, and 29.Dinner served between 6 and Johns, Sandra & Jimmy Reddish, Kerschner. ,
( keynote address. Siebold will talk 7:30: p.m. Tickets $tt.SO. For those and Joan &James Rogers., Wheeler'sDiscount
about his company and Its productsand who ,prefer a nr..-dinner performs The guests were treated to,ap- :Carnival Plans..,
plans. He will also discuss mance, a Sunday matinee is offered petizers which,were served on the
The annual PTO Halloween' Car-
KAMI'S reasons for selecting Starke Oct. 23 at 2 p,m. and Thursday evening patio;,:A BBQ chicken dinner was
served buffet nival will be held Friday Oct, 28, A
style. Tables were set
for their first U. S. operation. Oct. 27, at 8 p.m. yard sale will take 'GroceryTHIS
The up for the fifty invited guests on the place on
Siebold Bradford
and his wife Yoke have Community
school rounds from 9a. .-1
patio and m pm.
around pool
<.1: established residence in 'Starke. Players, have been actively bring- Donations of good toys, tools
KAMI will soon open their offices In' ing theater to this community for area. household goods!( antiques books;' '
Sharing the event with Denise and (
than 17 All J|
Enterprise ParK. years. participants Lonnie were the parents of the bride- and bric-a-brac will be appreciated. |
volunteer their ,
time and talents
Founding President of the to
make these tobe.Mr.. & Mrs. Joe Gis.y, Other Beginning at I$ p,m. food booths
J. E. Tomlinson will be productions possible.
family ''members helping celebratethis will open along with the country
honored for his leadership and services The major portion of the profits are ,store, dessert booth, take Great
channeled back into the community event wEre Mr. & Mrs. Jay Mer- .. Savings on Canned
for the last
two years. Tomlinson walks and Cake
,' rilees of Middleburg, Dr. & Mrs. games. judging will
Vice has,been promoted to Senior local through projects.scholarships and support of 'Jodie Johnson of Gainesville, Mr. & be a new feature for ,attractively Goods' -, and household needs
President of Florida National Mrs decorated cakes.
Jimmy Gissy and Michael
, Banks in Jacksonville. Community support Is essentialand of Prizes to be given are a 12-guage
, Cissy Orlando and Donald '
: t"" Four directors for new three-year we thank you for your en- of St. Augustine, Gipsy shotgun, portable color TV and $50 964-3997,
terms will also be elected thuslum In the past knowing we can 'The hostesses gave the honored ,cash, ,besides a variety of door ,

but advance reservations is open to the are public re-,. endeavers count, 'on ,you said Director to support Lauri future Con couple china as the a momento creamer of to the their occasion chosen prizes.. Students alumni and friends are 212 E.. Call St Next to the Railroad Tracks "

quired. Call Ingrid Smith at 964-7375? -ti. .' alt invited. to attend this costume..-in,

". Lordy, Lordy

Starling Family ,Look Who's 4O... .t if

ReunionOct.29, ; ',LAWRENCE : :Dear Voters,
The children of the late Joe E.;and
,Alma Starling are having( their seMOSLE"" y
cond annual family reunion
day,Oct 29 at the old home place on The, next, 18 days,will,be very important 'to;-the residents' 'of,Dlstrict>5., N'

,Crosby Lake. Happy Birthday If you'have'not already made a decision on,who your 'next,pounty: 'f
The family Is asking all relativesand
friends to come and enjoy the P.S. Geritol and BenGay are Commissioner,\ ,be.,would, like you, to consider my record while; In
day. Bring a covered dish, dinner office.
'will be served at 1 p,m. ,sold at Eokesd'sGEORGE ;

I',have,always 'and ,will always be available to:,the citizens of Bradford l"' '

County. I served four years as Commissioner for the City of Starke For

CRADY the'past,four,years.,I have been your",County Commissioner: .,

-." .r _.i ,,! ,

During that time three I of our'county dirt,roads,hav ; been paved.;
fourth, Forsythe Road,- is"to,be started within :a few'months, p.ow'that'' '
: easements have been obtained. The New River, Hampton*. Theressa,

and Bropker'Volunteer Fire Departments have received re-conditioned

CRIME AND DRUGS: "The 'fire,trucks that they desperately needed. The ,911 response has''beer

-' implemented and shall soon be enhanced., We have,done this without
most serious problem face'today
raising property taxes. Jam against the hazardous:: waste facility being
is the threat of crime and drugs to '
,built in Bradford or ,Union County. I made the motion for the,' board to
our families. I am committed to donate money ,to UCAP to fight the building of this facility; but it died

fighting for tougher penalties for for'lack of,a second., Iwas, the only,Commissioner to vote loran.

,drug pushers keeping our death additional deputy for the Sheriffs department that was so badly

penalty law'on the books and understaffed and 'overworked., I supported the tri-county landfill

providing more prison cells, so that because", it will save, taxpayers money ''and I have supported, other

convicted criminals will serve their consolidated ,programs? to :stretch ,tax dollars. ,
full sentences.:'

EDUCATION: "I am, T I have been'honored to serve you as"your County' ,Commissioner' :and i

committed to working for a better i believe have made:' difference., .. .

future for our children by When: you go'to the polls j November 8thsk yourself' this" question\ ,-,

providing them with,an "Has,Wilbur':,Waters ,done,a good Job County, Commissioner' District

education system that has a high, 57"'I believe.your,'answer will beyes.; ,
standard of excellence. will.
continue to fight for adequate ,I haveworked'hard: these four: years. "and ith'your' vote,and support: 'on'

November. 8th. can continue to'work for a brighter future, for, all of
funding our,rural school ,' '' \ ,-.
Bradford ,1' : : ',"

districts." /" ';,.County.'r'. :: ,\,; ::," : : : ,',) '' : ::1" ,; : > "" ,:: ,'.,:..:::::,:::,:,: :," .' "

"I hazardous, : 1' .' .- ," '"j.; '
HAZARDOUS WASTE: am'opposed'to having : 1 '. ; ; ..',i Thank You, 1'o" :"
,' ," ,, : I, ,, : {, : ':. .t'' ,' 'b ,' '
/ : ; ::\ :' ":, ; : ..: -
waste treatment facility located here in North Florida.If, must i. ,: ;: ;':;;h,./1i\' :!\ ,;:1''F:t t.i i\W'1"h/j'\ ; :,: ij'"I' \ :'\ ; ; ). ,,. -,: i dJ / ,;,' Ar ::':\:',};\' ,;." ,

have such a facility, it should located closet to,the source that is I \:',:; lcil. M'lirlMlitt'ij\) \ :')'1\\\wlNJir\; \\ #ftWf, W'I\;; :' ;', ,(.,G.. f"., \ :rffi"" '" ', "
""" \' "n', ;" ,. iI };I' '';:.'' i 1\ "r t : ..\ ,
the hazardous waste Although the site selection not \ ,
creating a
"';;'< ::J/r: ,: ',, ,, ,\ ,' ,' ', j Wilbur L. Waters, ,
legislative decision,.I will,do all that I can to keep .this'facility'out of I /l"j'! ':' :," ", Democrat"

our,area." .. n:':'::. ',; ; '.: '

:i/\I"\: /\ :" '': T'7ote': Tre'ep' .: ,* '

'.:BEACH ACCESS: "I believe local 'government should be allowed [' ;; ;;," '.' ,' to

to make rules and regulations regarding beaches under their :"1':':, ', ,
jurisdiction. beach belongs to everyone and we should do all ;') Wilbur L.WATERS

that w'" r':'i to protect the people's right to full access of the beach." .







,' '

: Your Vote and

4T;: on November 8
\ ''Will be Greatly Appreciated '
I I Pd. Pol. Adv..D
t I'd. AIL Jdv. Dan.First' .

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3 1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employees and their 3)) In case of,ties, we will'use,the,total points scored
'rr immediate families are welcome to enter but there in the Bradford High School game each week

is a limit to one entry per,person each week. (except the,Tornadoes open week. in that case we
2)) The entry must be on an official blank from the will use the Gator game) as a tiebreaker. Please fill
C TELEGRAPH and must be dropped off at the in the points you think will be scored by the

,,,, TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Friday Tornadoes (Gators) and their opponent combined
afternoon. Fill in all the blanks with either the name In the tiebreaker blank. For instance if the score in

v ,:; of the team you think will win or"tie" if you think ,the Tornado game was Tornadoes 19, Opponents. 7.
the game will end in q tie. The person who picks the correct score'was 26 points. .', '
the,most names right will win the top prize. ,4))All decisions of the judges will be final.A second

t tiebreaker will be used If necessary.STUMP'S ,


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owners Bradford Square.Starkc.964-5423 '
'Telephone U.South' '
(904)964-8484 BUFFALO ys NEW ENGLAND Starke.Fl. 32091 5". "Western Steer

See Jim for a Large Selectionof 4- FamilySTEBKHOUSE

Men's Suits &
.. SpoHscdats
Let Us Cater Your Next Party
'. 4 PENN STATE vs ALABAMA Hwy 301 964-8061 Starke


We Honor Most Insurance Cards'' S. .
Russell Stover Candy Hallmark] Cards '. ; BE
-Soda Fountain WINNER

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SINC} 1905 vs
127 E,CALL, '964-7810 Shell. "
STARKE Phonc:964-8840. ;230N.Temple'Ave. 'Starke.FL


d, m;] CARL HURST owner MOTORS

'' 987 N.Temple Ave.-Starke,FL.'32091
U 5.301 South A ,Starke' Muffler 964-7200 .
.. Work "
964-6600. IEfpNJ \

: ,.. WASHINGTON.vs. GREEN BAY, North Florida Truck

I, 6 ,DETROIT" ': .KANSAS.CITY.I .-..e. ..,. TIRE &' it. PHONE -" ....,.., M" r; ,'"''., '.'.,..._.. Leader'r, nv. nr'' .--for--- 30 Years., !

-..- n." 'BATTERY SERVICE 964-61JI

PEP-0 \- ) T .. ,

620 S. Walnut (US'301) 964-8293 .ate Preis<<, DENVER.PITTSBURGH

'Y1;)..<< ,4t\\\j Gz. : [HKEROSUN MITCHELL'S, DRUGS ;' '/ ,,.'.....

$(. ,PEPSI.. n f> G j)<< Heaters ,(\" ;'I',,"' "i'v>;''",'..,:''"'''' "

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TIRE COMPANY' '''I' ''I"". "
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TexttoSawyer'sGas. ,
Chevy-Olds' '
r=_: 'Your Country Gator Auto Store> \t tI( t ." Starke,Fl.-, 32091 Jewelry Repair ORIAN WELLS CHEVY-OLDS :" :. ,' "' ,,':":."
The Man's Friend
r- I Working '
[ '., Family Owned and Operated ,
446 W.Madison St. Watch
No.One on U.S.301-Starke, ;FL In Winn Dixie Marketplace' Repair; THE OFFICE SHOP '
,,Tele:964-1SOO. Gainesville 372-0103) !'fax.282-4522 ; "
.; r NMon a "FridaY8:30.8:00Sat.9-6Sun.l-: I 964-7064
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1f Open TEAL TILE & CARPET .:', ,' "" '. ""?"''
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JACKSON BLDG SUPPLY' :',: '. ","..;', '"

f Rent A 5-Way Mobile Home Protection!, 'a I: I.: '
All this at Allstate low rates:protection of your ,
,Office Machine Copier mobile home.Improvement*and moat personal '' STUMP'S. DEPARTMENT STORE'"' ',' ,
THE ., property against loss by d ., '
Also I .bythelt.Jlncludest'am/lye' ,,' "
protects against 'j i' ;.
/ OFFICE liability insurance.' III

SHOP 45 "Allstate'p') : LAWTEY SHELL STATION '
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now. '
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964-5764 ,
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&' CARPET.,,INC. hitw ,Shear 'Design WILLIAMS JEWELRY "'

131 N. Cherry Street Starke, Fl. Linda '; :,i './,t, \

964-423 siK ***:-? & /Sf Christine,Mr.Tim ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY,

,.. % ., "We Like To Keep You Looking Good" GLENDA'S SHEAR DESIGN '
; 118 S.Thompson St 964-4151'


JacksonBuilding Andrews rugs'.i.( "I

Charles Norman. Owner/Pharmacist SONNY'S BAR-B-QUE
Supply 356 W.,Madison St. Starke

BUS vs KEYSTONE HEIGHTS .Computerized Pharmacy
Starke Senior Citizen Discount A /
Lake Butler Keystone Hgts.
1 I- Generic: / Drugs Available
145 SW 6th Ave. .US 301 South Jct.SR 21&SR 100 -3rdPartyInauranceP1ana I NAME I :
496-3079! 964 6078 47 -4973 PHONE NUMBER:',
,_ 964-717O 964-7172 TIEBREAKER:

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rNOTICE O<'tohcr ;I'll, i9tttt 'nurauPIf: : PIIKe'

...'"' -1 oo......____._ _.....",

t 1l : JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND The Bradford County Board of County ,Florida and! run North 8940' East
J !n" COUNTY FLORIDA. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, GENERAL Commissioner will open sealed bids on 680.82 feet to a point Thence run South' "
W .._ ? :: CASE NO. 88.943.CAIN JURISDICTION DIVISION Wednesday November 16, 1988. at 7:30 047 West 356,S teat to a point. Thence I
...... .
) .a. 'In the Commissioners Room North the
RE.: The Adoption of CASE NO. 88506CA .p m County run 19" 0' East, 63.50 feet to i'
''SHANNON LEE MICHAELS, SHEARSON LEHMAN MORTGAGE CORPORATION at the Bradford County Courthouse. point of beginning, Continue North '
OF SHERIFF'S SALE ford Horn Security 118 :W. Market .minor. Storke. Fl., for a NEW BOOKMOBILE for B9-401 East 91.90 feel to a point thence
Notice I I. h.rby given that I I. Dolph E.Reddish Road Starke, Fla. 33091 Intends to NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Plaintiff, the Bradford County Public library North 047'East, 106,90 feet to a point on'
a. shwlff of Bradford County, register said fictitious name under the : FATHER OF ABOVE-NAMED. MINOR Department the right of way of Charles Court.
Florida.. under and by virtu of Writ of aforesaid statute. RESIDENCE UNKNOWN vsMARK A. STIVERS. et al:, For copies of; the specifications or any Thence South 89" 0'West 18.72 feet to a.
Execution to wit Dated this 22nd day of September, YOU ARE NOTIFIED that on action for Defendants. 'questions regarding this bid please contact point on the right of way of Charles,
Execution l Issued out ot Circuit Court 1988 In Bradford. County. the adoption of a minor child has beery NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Ms Suzanne Crum, Director of' Court, thence Northwesterly along an
'of Bradford County Florida pursuant to 9/29 4tpd 10/20 filed and you are required to serve a MARK A. STIVERS and Public library at ((904)) 964.6400. or Mrs.Esther arc 32.0 1 feet, sold arc having a chord of
a Final Judgment for JOSEPH J. LAHIFF Control 0861 copy of your written defenses If any on CANDI L. STIVERS B, Ellerson County Finance. Director 30.90 test on a bearing of North
AND WILLIAM DRUM and against !- Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr., petitioners"'attorney 904 Young Circle at ((904)) 964-6280. Ext. 250. 604'08'28"' West Thence South 33W16
PRESTON E. DRIVER, d/b/a CIRCLE O whose address Is P O. Drawer Rldgecrest CA 93S99 THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS West 82.49 feet; thence South 047'
RANCH defendant In the amount of' 938 51ar..... Florida 32091 on or before YOU ARE NOTIFIED that action for RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REJECT West 52 feet to the point of beginning
$$14.900 together with cons of collection. November 7, 1988 and file the original Foreclosure of 01'tho an following ANY AND ALL PROPOSAL OF BIDS FOR. All lying In Section 22; Township 6 South,
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO With the clerk of this court either beta. described Mortgage THE NEW, BOOKMMOBIIE Range 22 East Bradford County, Florida.
Have telied and have In my po..*t- REGISTER service on petitioners' attorney or Immediately property.That of SE tof; SE 1/4 of SE GILBERT, BROWN, (ver pint A ace)
Ion the following described! personalproperty ,FICTITIOUS NAME thereafter; otherwise a 1/4 portion Clerk to the Board DATED: October 14,
Florida lying East of Seaboard RR running 1988Gilbert
Pursuant to Section
to-wlt S. Brown
: default will be entered against you for LAWRENCE MOSLEY
North and of Section 14,
el6 horses Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the the relief demanded 'In the petition. f South ''CHAIRMAN Clerk et Circuit Court
Township S, 22 E, Deed 1001.65,
e21 bridle undersigned, DEAN O NEAL, 1tOKtngsley WITNESS My hand and the seal of this, Board of County CommissionersControl Control 0882
203, records of ,
page public
6 saddles Lake Drive Stark. Fl. 32091. I21chg101l3.2O .2t
court on this 28th day_of September, l1gI0/20-27
'e25 blankets sole owner doing business under the 1988. County Floridq lets portion conveyed by ..
------ --- -- ---- ---
.I breast band firm name of SOUTHERN PRIDE GILBERT. BROWN CLERK Quit-Claim Deed to, Staff of ,Florida .
a29 halters BLUEGRASS tISO Klngsley Lake Drive, Control 0866 recorded In Book 74, page 335.
el2 lead ropes St......Fl. 32091 Intends to'reglster said .IchgI0/6-27 Also described ai that part of the SE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 'EIGHTH Sampson City ChurchOf
1/4 of the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section '
el box miscellaneous stirrups, straps, fictitious name under the aforesaid JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD God Homecoming
bits statut ,,1., Township 9 S, Range 22 E. Bradford
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD County, Florida East of the I FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. The City Church of God''
,el portable building, opprox. 8',0'eJ Dated this 3rd day of October. 1988, In FLORIDA CASE NO.: 88.305.CAJ Sampson
Bradford : COUNTY, Seaboard Coast Line Railroad and North will be celebrating a combination
horse trailer, Bonanza beige/brown PROBATE DIVISION D. ODOM JR., and
of SR
C-129 and Dedicationthis
Control being particularly
As the property of the above named 0871 File Number 88-87.CP more VERNIE PHILLIPS ODOM hit wife,' Homecoming/Building .
described follows I
4tpd 10/6-27 as Sunday Oct. 23.
defendant and that on Monday the 24th .. IN RE: ESTATE OF Commence at the SE corner of Section Plaintiffs, The morning worship will| begin at I
day of October 1988 at o'clock -. ,------- ----- '
two on ... vs
3 S. E, Bradford
Township 11 a.m. with special guest !speaker
sold day on the premises of the Bradford Deceased thence' LONNIE E. WARREN and
County Florida due North
County Jail 1 will offer for sal. and sell NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe run BERT ELL WARREN, his wife Rev Alton Coleman of Leesburg.
along the Ely of said Section
to the highest bidder for cash In hand ofWiley STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE IN. Lunch will be served all p.m. The
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO administration of the estate
14 .
a distance of 72 00 feet to a point on afternoon service wilt consist of
the above described of said SURANCE COMPANY and
prop.rty REGISTER Morgan Bradley Deceased.. File the N'ly R W line of SE(-I 25 and the POB ,
at 2:30:
defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Ex INDIANA LUMBERMENS MUTUAL IN. special singing ,beginning
FICTITIOUS NAME Number 88 87 CP, {is pending In the Circuit of the parcel of land herein described /
ecution. PURSUANT to section 869,09, Florida Court for Bradford County Florida continue thence North a distance of ,SURANCE COMPANY p.m.
Dolph E. Reddish Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Probate Division the address of which Is 591,35 feet to the NE corner of the SE 1/4 DefendantsNOTICE A special invitation is extended to
Sheriff of 'rodfordCounty SHIOWMAY CHERN.(00 N. North Avenue Starke, OF SALE everyone to come and enjoy this
undersigned, 949 Temple ; of the SE 1/4 ot the SE 1/4 of sold Section '
,' Florida Temple A"... Starke. Fla. 32091 sole Florida 32091, The names and addresses 14, thence North 8955'07' W,.along the' 1. Notice Is given that pursuant ta .o special day with Rev Gene Bass and

"'Control. 0663 I 9/29 4lchg 10/20 owner doing business under the firm .of the personal representative and the N'ly boundary of sold quarter a distanceof final judgment Number dated 88.309 October.CA of the 10, 1988 Circuit InCase : the church. family.
name of CHINA GARDEN. BOO N.Temple personal representative attorney are 106.72 feet to a point on the Ely ROW
Ave.. Starke Fla. line Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit In and
3201 Int.nd.to. set forth below. of the Seaboard Coast Line Railroad
s ,: NOTICE OF INTENTION register said fictitious name under the All Interested persons are required to thence South 1820W, along said ROW for Bradford County Florida in which J. Mt. Zion AME
, ) "' TO REGISTER ,aforesaid statut file with this court WITHIN THREE MONTHS line a, distance of 609 61 feef to an Intersection D. ODOM JR.. and VERNIE PHILLIPS Having Founders DayMt.
:- FICTITIOUS NAME Dated this 28th day of September, OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS with the N'ly ROW line of SR ODOM. his wife. are the Plaintiffs, and
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida 19B8. In Bradford County. NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate ,C.125 'thence South 8928' E, along sold LONNIE E,.WARREN and BERT Ell WAR Zion AME"Church of Laley
,Statutes,notice Is hereby given that the' Conlrol0867, ;and ((2) any objection by an Interested .N'ly R W line a distance of 200.0 feet to REN AUTOMOBILE, his wife,INSURANCE STATE FARM COMPANY MUTUAL will be having a Founders Day Pro
undersigned, Iroln Browning and Gerald 4tpd 10/6.27 person on whom this notice was served an angle point In said ROW line; thence gram on this Sunday, Oct 23 at 11
Blankenshlp. Rt. 4, Box 460. Stork.. Fla. ------. ----- --- that challenges the,validity of the will, South'' 0032 W, along said ROW a and INDIANA LUMBERMENS MUTUAL INSURANCE a. :
32091 joint owners, doing business the qualifications of the personal distance of 1000 feet thence South mAll friends and relatives are invited

under the.firm nom..of B ana B Air Conditioning representative, venue, or /jurisdiction,of '8928 E. continuing along said N'ly ROW Will,sell to the hfghests and best bidder .. to attend these services. '.
Heating Refrigeration. In. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO the court. line a distance of 98.42 feet to the POB
for cash In the at the East front
tends said fictitious REGISTER
to register nameunder ALL CLAIMMS: AND OBJECTIONS NOTSO has been filed against you and you are
of the Bradford CourthouseIn
door County
' the aforesaid statute. FICTITIOUS NAME FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. required to serve o copy of your written
'Dated this 2Oth of September, Pursuant to Section 869.09. Florida' Storke, Bradford County, ,Florida at
Publication of this Notice has begun defenses, If' any to It on Alfred J.
.I Bradford Statutes, notice Is hereby given that Ih.und..lgned 11:00 A.M. on November 10 1988, the
, 1988. In County. ,on October 13, 1988 Tlrella Attorney for Plaintiff, whose address )
'' Rt. 2. Box following described property set forth In
9/29 4tpd 10/20 KEN SUTTON .Personal Representative; 'Is Suite 214, 1570 Modruga STARKECHURCH .
doing the order of final (judgment;
Control 0860 911. Starke. Fla. 32091, sole owner -
Avenue, Coral Gobies florid331 6.
business under, the firm name of Virginia V. Bradley \: 2. Plaintiffs, hold o lien for the total OF GOD
before October 24, 1988, and file' '
P.O. Bon 103 on or
II' NOTiCe OF INTENTION FREEDOM CYCLES,, Rt. 2. Box 9(1" .Hampton, Ft.:32044( the original with the Clerk of this Courteither sum superior to any claim" or estate ofdefendants : 4.12 N. ST. CLAIR -964-5445
TO REGISTER Sto...., Fla. 32014 Intends to registersaid .
Attorney for PersonalRepresentative before service on Plaintiffs his wife, STATE FARM Johrt Pastor
FICTITIOUS NAME fictitious name under the aforesaid Immediately thereafter otherwise BERT Ell WARREN ,Spratlln
Pursuant to ,Section 865.09. Florida ,statute.. ._ F, Shaw: Esq ( torney o default will be, entered againstyou ; ,I MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE We Invite you to worship with us:'
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Dated this 6th day. of October. 1988.. In" .925- North Tempi Ave;, ( for the relief demanded In the com' MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, the ''Attended Nursery
undersigned Paul R. Rewak and Rose I. Bradford County' Starke, Fl 32091 plaint Sunday School ,.,,-.'. 1 Oum,
Rewak 718 W. Market Road Starke, Control 0869 ((904)) 964.5200 WITNESS my hand and the seal of this following described property In Bradford., Morning Worship <.,...i. l Ham 1
Florida ';32O91, joint owners, ,'doing'business / 4tpd p/6-27 Control 08792tchg10l320i Court this 26th day of September. 1988., County. Florida: Evening Service ,:,'l.\\i',\ 6pm
Commence at the NW corner of the, '
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under the firm name of Brad! I ". i. .,,, Control 0865' GILBERT S. BROWN u
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Griffis & Sons Fibreglass


'"Home of the Stumpknocker'

Kim & Jan JohnsonBlankenship's t ; A H HWY 301 N 964-4461 or 964-5531.
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Chimney Sweep' Management & Staff ,I[:,,[t ( Dignified Service Call' 961-2322'

Service, HWY 301 North I I 'Monuments.Rarent4cM'or9612326.Temple Avo,
HWY 301 S., 964-5757 AG NT Sto/ve tlEyeglassStore
964-8278, 964.7500
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E-Z Wheels'Auto Sales .: j

,We Finance= SU PL V. SERVICE

"Your completeeyeglass Buy Here Pay Here .- Attend your church regularly1 "24 HR.' WRECKER SERVICE",

center" 1320 Temple Ave' 987 N. TEMPLE AV.,,

103 Edwards Rd. .964-8588 964-7783 ..., -. 864 N. Temple 964-7061 964.6111'DOUGLAS

STARKE I DIstlnguMetl. Caring Sarvte* BLESSlTHIS HOUSE I' (
I GENERATOR < 301 S. a PQ Dox 207
'alternators ,for Over SOYeai* i tjwy '
We rebuild starters, '' '
Generators Steve andCIdyFutch: thNr, ;i.6An'y' anbwhef,whpa .v1' 238 E. Washington St. :Starke'

'Auto -,Marino-Cycle Batteries Starke 964-6200 'f f 'in ihi.GadstreywanttrtobtassihshuusPBrt. house( 964-5274 ,9 6 4-6 8 71,

407 N.Temple 964-7911 Keystone Heights 473-3176 I ,_ GOO gennally seems,to accomplish'Hob e'8.

t 'ihougPfP,5\ l'.es o' people,. I. Lamp of Jesus Ministries I WARD'S
t. t. 'So when mat Idmilj .om.whera finally ; '
Andrews'Drugs -a--- t '" Crafts & Consignments AUTO SALVAGE
re '? ': 1"I01I.'n-Go)cai1-: beg n.nghtaaaytoDksO
.h.\ r tfiii AS. Hiei' fanri is enp'4stedhere Located off 100 S. toward Keystone, We Buy Junk a.. Salvageable Cars
'For All Your Pharmacy Needs' nouse\k, ''ear9 ..re toohert\,
s \'" Hopes ana "+ take right on 24th A signs
"StarKes Only Home Owned .' )stint .r% ;,Ir'jly..r as."l'y galr*/ir> Chu'Cyi, .thth Eves.. -;p,9800w, I Hwy301-3MJ.'N.otStarke. ,
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356 W, Madison 964-7170 Independant Bank .::' ,I g'aw. .a.iheypt'ryeamesnra.erreGod, Alf Nature Sings> of Jesus :, 964-7345
H-M q Walntijfrorwn Ae- ,' and la share His, love : ,
'\ \' And(p'AI'a p'etilP'y' the'**'y God;wants; 10 CAMPBELL'SELECTRONICS

'ORION'S AUTO AND WATERS GROCERY -!!c'. : B V R i I 31 "'" '!! Bleat Your House\ '

TRANSMISSION I SERVICE Corner'of US 301 & State I' 1 ;,,..!..t ",;"\>::'.""" ',r ; FREE PICKUP 1 & DELIVERY I

Sp.eidnr.g to a dtor.pdr Lawtey, FL 5.a., w.uq T.r.o. ".......J.y'' 'T....."''' t'rut fol.oI.., ''ON TVS VCRS MICROWAVES'
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; 134 E. Call St a 964-964-4045
528 S. Walnut St/ 9648317


US 301 N: Starke ''SALES Q.. OffICe & Personnel TRANSMISSION Ac+ DAY CARE CENTER
.. Services 'We are the best place In'
964-6600 Worship this week and every week Superlot quality homes at We Core for>your Child like
Offica a TypingIGnServicesof All;, town to take leak You Would"
Service at the church ot your choice affordable prices ,
24 HR Wrecker '
661 N. Temple Ave.a 964-6810 642 Walnut e 964-6722
964-6461 HWY 301 S. 964-6633
Custom made exhaust systems 1018 N. Temple' 1837 Raiford Rd. 964-7777



'All the in alt the 206 W, Madison & US 301 SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE
right parts us for *
Officers. Directors & right places"Rrowntoss Starke. 964.7200 'yO1fes"rd'rPpeted Ctxa, ,P lnizedPhima{ ,

Staff w w Rd. 964-6060 SR 21 Keystone HeightsInsurance 1103 S. Walnut St. a 964-77O1 127 B. Call St. e 664-7810


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and Donlto Royal'
Printing Company Used Cars
440 W Madison From all of us at Western Sttar, Quality
W is Glass Stream.
Art Supplies Custom Framing US 301 South South _
Printing! Office Supplies Special rates (lot Church groups. (Winn-Dixie Shopping Center) 964-8061 D.,301 964-8358 Temp1e 1401 N.Ave. 964-2858

113 E. Call St 964-8925 1614 N. Temple 964-6175 _


SERVICEComplete Chiropractic Care s" s.s,
It's a fact, you can do Tire Shop & Auto nffit When You Need It 8ot1""I"- *.-..M? Tsess..e
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402 N..Temple HWY 301 N.: '
.',i 434W. Call. 964-5827 ig MarkMUltlns& Employees :ItOO& t.wrrnre1llYd. ..K"Y.tonef1{.' 004-4000 96+-780 MTht2S10177 )
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State. Local Gasoline Price Decline
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October's Fuel Guage Report; 'serve,stations are holding at 87.9 self-service unleaded gasoline drop-
released by the AAA Clubs, of cents per gallon for regular,92.9 for ped 1.2 cents to 94.>cents per'gallon;
Florida, shows a''slight decline in unleaded and 103.9 for super unlead;, self service regular II down S tenths
state wide average motor fuel prices ed. These prices are still slightly 'of a cent to 91.6;full service unleaded -
for the second straight month. lower than state wide averages, and prices show a 6 tenths of a cent
However, cut rate gas prices 'In, only a few reporting stations have decrease to $1.290. with full service
Starke have remained steady for lower' prices. regular up 1 tenth of a cent to SI.204
some months now VU-en at the.!self! The ,IWIr; m!L ft.' per gallon! __


k r'N Ben Holtzendorf,





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STRONGER Law Enforcement,In 'V ., V

All Areas <\ E E

,. LOWER Cost to Citizens for ,'M, M

Landfill B' \ ,....... ,I' B
TRI-COUNTV Landfill Operation \ '
.,RECYCLE Plant to ,Cut Costs''R' \ '
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CIVIC Center for Use by All '

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COUNTY Sponsored Recreational,

,. Ball Fields. Boat Ramps & Parks would like to'serve you,
Practitioners of Lost Arts...?
above,has her admired by festival visitors and
? quilts PLAN AHEAD for Future Growth the citizens of BradfordUSE
The sign outside the building on the .;rn..r'il' Cull was continually complimented on her bl'uutirulork., '
and Walnut Street In the lnl annual Maikr .Vrtfestival MS. Williams, who has to keep busy, 1I"W8..n her quilts! ELECTED OFFICIALS and County.
said "Lost Arts' most nights! in front of the TV. Volunteer Citizens for : '
Inside, the practitioners of those he-tullelt; lost; arts I'eg O' ripn, at left, of Melrose, raises her own /
demonstated vhair caning, quilt making, and how l to! sheep, washes the wool,combs und curds it,spins'it! Into Consultants I intend to make a difference ,
make yarn from woo. yarn. Wool fibers have hooks h-h( catch onto each (
George Telford above, is on 'Ith y\\cane 'in' other, she explained. Wool production is"a growing In county government.
'ulnestille and will rriane' your antique,| chair for ft a business! ,.nd being ,pushed by the ,University' of
,hole I' Horlda. Ms, O'Brien says. She', now,down 'to three
Sharon (Mrs.: Morris): \\illijms of si.nke' ul light sheep Pd Pd Adv.

Bet Y'all Thought' -,.,:

"We Didn't Know... t
When we put Jimmy Eppx "
picture In the Moslcy Auto Ad,,
what'We meant to convey to you
'was that'Jimmy will treat ya'11
like a baby when you come to 'j
see him at Mosley Auto Sales

301 How South.'bout 964-6600.that Jimmy?' ,' NO MONEY DOWN SALE ,. ...

Auxiliary BriefedCATscans ,'s. I

,on },'; '"

'Dn Jimmy, Johnson,, radiologist '1989 JEEP'S HAVE CHRYSLER '7/7O WARRANTY! (

,was with Santa guest Fe speaker Health at Care the Systems Hospital, :' All New '89 Models at "'88 'Prices!!' ..

Auxiliary dinner Monday !night. at .: ;'+1w1pWU44/phi "" S
y ft I"" a+wh ps" / Pvt. e -
Methodist Ha
Fellowship ,' ,, '
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He described uses of the CATscan ,
available Brad- '. 1"i'" ,: ,
A mobile unit is at < "(
ford Hospital on Tuesdays, and '
Fridays. .' '89 GRANDE LE, '89 GRAND SE '
.Auxiliary President ,Mrs. Linda :JV' '
,Johns conducted the"meeting and i, .',.F 'i 7; Pass.. Caravan Voyager; 7 Pass., Caravan or Voyager 'fJ f e
announced that another orientation ft'i:1"'ji__.f.*.- ,' : .. Fully Loaded -V-6 Fully Loaded -V-6 'Offt'cwIl'OMOll'
Wx L '
will be held at the hospital on Tues ** 4; ,u.s.omll'ICYIAM
day.Oct. 25 at 1 p.m. :. 355.97 Mo. $325.45 056
Bazaar chairman. Mrs. Sharon 5
Gaines, asked members to' take
items they have made for sale to the '89 ,DODGE ,,4X4 '89 JEEPWRANGLER ,
hospital the week before the bazaar f\1llSIze.6007.V-8ATPSPP, S 4x4 .. ,

Friday! November 11.Gertrude "- '' 'L T'Ti M 3 AC.Step Dumper&.,More Best Jeep Buy At ....' i

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$ Moo '
: $286 81-Mo. 196.29
CHRYSLER :Power Scats, PB.PS, Cruise,Windows.. huxury Plus. "3138 ;4'
Sunday, Octi 9;, Gertrude e' V-8.Loaded ,
Rosier Cruce' had a 'reunion in MOTORS "
$22 658 #031 $312.28 .
celebration of her 73rd birthday. NET II 033
Held at her Lawtey home Mrs.
Cruce was joined in this celebration, / ; / '
by 61 friends and relatives. Among' 89 PICKUP Dodge
her guests were 12 of her children,20( t, ;", :,j.I.. :". :."." ': LWB,D-1OO.V-8.Auto.Air.Cassette,
grandchildren and 9 greati, (, j/I Y.. $."t' ..". ,,

grandchildren,. Clue Kawai An from exchange Japan also student ,. ,f'i Turbo D-3509873.5.9 5 sp Diesel... '\.):;'294.94 $' 244.O9 MO'
attended the party. Chie is staying PS. HD Susp' 11029
with Catherine Duncan and ,her, MOo #045 TES
family in Woodville and attending 1 '89 CHRYSLER IOW
'school in Tallahassee.' '
Many happy returns, Gertrude,' 1 9 OOO NEW ''YORKER CHEROKEE'CASH ,;

UDC"Weeks Chapter Loaded.Landau 1 '$34i.733' Air Auto. $282 7 MoyRBATE '
,#4580 PS.6CyL '011 APR
Recalls Manassas I

Mrs. Mildred Weisgerber presi-
dent UDC Of reported the W.T,on Weeks the Chapter Battle, of of >Don't':Drive,A Little,' and :Save A Lot '1'I.. r ofd-,

its Manassas Oct. 17 in meeting the historic at the program Bradford at 'Drive, A Little Further and, Save A ''Lot ''More!

Family Restaurant '
The Battle of Manassas was! the Net Rebate.Plus Tax'&Tag'W.A.C.. PmU Based on 72:; Mos.. 13,25%APR' "
beginning of the War.". Both sides 1987FORD: BRONCO XLT _, ,1980 BMW 320' a Proud to In u

were'wanted getting to capture ready.Richmond, The and North the Black.. 302 V-8.C6, Trans. $1 ,5 O O, 5Spd.AC;V-8,Pa PS. 1 Owner, $4,995 JIMMYSTRICKLAND ,

South wanted to capture [ 1987,SUZUKI SAMURAI ,_ '87 FORD CROWN VICT' 2-Dr. I
Washington. O,C. Both sides fought 4x4,One Owner Low Miles ,5,995 13.000 Mi.,Loa cd Orig.MSRP $11,995. 'I
because of political pressure and "
civilian demands. The' battle began |'83 SUBURBAN S/W 1987 PORSCHE 911 TARGA as Sales Manager \,
July 21.1861. A,Steal at,this Price) $2,995 .Black on Black. Dealer has MSO 42,995 With 25 Years of
The South wanted to hit the North I
hard and end hostilities right then, [1986 CHRYSLER LEB 1988 FORD BRONCO XLT "ChI"S1e ,Experience S
but the failure of the Southern troopsto GTS s '
5,995 ,Loa .302V-8.Auto 17 495
follow orders correctly caused the

South to be unable to achieve lieu.
goal. During the battle a Southern
General said "Look at Jackson' TERWILLEGJeep. r
Brigade: he stands like'a stone
wall.That Is how he got his name, -
Stonewall Jackson. The Battle of _
Manassas and the Battle of Bull Run ,Chrysler ,. Plymouth 'Dodge Dodge Trucks
were the same. The South called it r1

,Manassas Bull Run and the North termed it Jeep Eagle, Inc. r C

business Mrs. Weisberger meeting which conducted was followed the 141 W. ,Madison Street Starke ((9O4)) 9649000Open CMR'tSUA MOIOU

luncheon. The tables were
covered by with white cloths with in- : 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., Mon.-FrK 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday- Closed Sunday -
dividual placemats alternating red
and,blue. ,Confederate flags were .
placed in the center of the table and I
an American Hag was the head.table ',
centerpiece.,Special guest at this L-
meeting was Mrs.:Blanche Otto., : '



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Homecoming ',88 was Special

1 Miss Wanda Jenkins was crowned The Seniors won the hall\ d('rnra. Freshman.
Bradford High homecoming, queenof tion contest, the Tornado Whirl :skit t. The BUS stadium was filled ncU' ?
1988 Friday night",at the end of competition, and the' scavengerpunt. to. Capacity; for Tornado Whirl tat-(
Tornado Whirl. .Thursday night, at $1 per fw'rsoiv:
Miss Jenkins,the daughter" of Mrs. Halt decoration! 'I!1) Senior\ \ 2) 'fhe'rowd overllowed theMaditut\* !eM j4r
,Annie Mae Jenkins of Starke' and Juniors, 3) Sophomores. 41!) and people, stood 'around the east
Willie ,Jenkins of Middleburg, was Freshmen. endzone for the 29-6 homecoming
.; ",I'" ,,.crowned by 1987 home queen Carla Skit: 1).Seniors, ?) Freshmen: :ilSophomores I football vfctofy over Bishop! FU'iuiv'
, I' McCutchen, then was stormed by 4) Juniors. > of Jacksonville.Theme! ,
" : ',"' her admirers at Tornado Whirl. Scavenger Hunt:, p Seniors, !Z j) of 1988 BUS hom..i"Igw ( i< !<, y'v
,.. ,' ,.:i ",, The Senior Class nominated six Sophomores. 3)) Juniors' ,,It I' "Tornadoes' Around the;Wortii, "
ii, ;' ,,/;,'', 'candidates. The BHS student body 'tI II ttI' fIJ r; IlV! .', ;'
'. 1, voted the
\'1'1.(\ '",;<; on queen.
"I" "" :,,: The Queen's Court is:
AILsha Gruen,daughter of Dr.'and
Mrs. Harry Gruen of Starke
,' EMzabezth\+ Renee Hewett,
r' of Mrs. Linda Hewett of
1,Stare and the late Mike Hewett,
Terricena Kittles,daughter of Mr ,
and Mrs. Harold Cunningham and' : Kr
Archie Kitties of Lawtey.
Elizabeth Rowell,daughter of Mr,, .
Steve Futch of Starke and ,
and Mrs '
of Palatka. $ from Homecoming... ..
''I ,Charles Rowell : cents and
Amy Lewis, daughter of Mrl:'and Queen Wanda Jenkins put on a radiant smile.she,wa crowned by lormrr queen Carla McCutchen(top right)
Mrs. Jim Lewis of Starke, r' the frenli'men were on top oi the world. when they found! that they had'won the float competition for' their entry' (toplrfO.,1
'The queen and her court rode in an f+ y ,
old-timey horse drawn buggy in the A big crowd lined the streets of Starke for the annual parade l feat Friday, preceded: by the Tornado' Whirl Thursday,

"': 'l 'presented homecoming at parade halftime and, of were the ,night; The BUS football team topped..things off'with a big win over Bishop Kenny Friday night.

homecoming game Friday night.
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The Freshman Class won first
place, in the'' float competition; 21')'
Seniors 3)) S9phl>mores.4),Junior
Opening soon!

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T '' .- y//: 'Picture :o f\/J/' ,, w Day ,and ,Evening Employment,

t J ;1( .Frames OHJ /OOff',0'' interviewing,'For Part. Time::

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p.uttwutan,1tIt'l \"'.uuo6dFl.dbngtk.HaLLowe -APplianceS.HardwareCameras Cosmetics ;
., .c -lnfant.ClrlswearLinensPiece Goods Jewelry

,. 'Shoes -Automotive, ;sporting Goods!

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6J. -Invoice Clerk 'Receiving Manager 'Department' Manager

service Managerweencourage
Ell. .: applications from any'and all

interested Senior Citizens for Ftull or.part,Time. _

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9AU we Offer Part Time Associates These Benefits:'

M Excellent working conditionsAssociate Discount
Advancement opportunityTOP wages
W Holiday Pay 'Stock Purchase Plan
3JJ r' t' ; e Profit Sharing(Requires 20 Hours per week Average) .
Hallmark Cards '
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Croup Health insurance paid vacations
Croup Life insurance Slck Leave Pay
Short Term Disability

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Grab Bags '"' ) uow.CaDIl.i1 \&
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: '864-764 6O9 Orange Street
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'.1tiM. uA, TELEGRAPH-.-- -. October 20, 1988, a

r ,, BBS at Homecoming Too Much ,for Bishop-, ''Kenny-

Adding a fitting touch to the Bradford Behind the offensive line, Brad- back and caused a second bad pass, The BHS defense continued to
High homecoming celebration, ford moved the football all night. On then Dinkins sacked the quarter, pour it on, Kenny with another QB
the Tornado,football team had as the first Tornado possession the of back on third down for a 10 yard loss. sack, and Allen Jenkins Intercepteda
easy time going 29-6 over visiting tense moved the football 34 yards on A 33 BK punt, hurried under the pass, putting BHS back in businessat
Bishop Kenny High of Jacksonville.BHS the groenk t from the 13 to the BK 47 pressure from the Tornado punt the Kenny 44 yard line.
was up 7-0 after the first punted 38 yards to the return team, was ,short and BHS .-
i4h period, 20-0 at the half, and 27-0 by BK 19,the Tornado defense held BK took over for Its third possession at ......_' Hit > II 1 1 f ftl ,
the fourth period A safety near the punted, and BHS took over again at the BK 45 yard line.A .l.lia"nanny t d .
end of the game made it 29-6.Bishop the 50. two yard loss a five yard motion aH' ..KMH*
Kenny's. touted running back Carl it- DeSue hit the line for a short gain penalty,and a 5 yard DeSue gain left Pint Ocwni' 11'
'Tremble got loose for a 28 yard then on the play action pass QB Reg- the football at the Kenny 47. Again .uihlna VMI 43-trd 1I-1J
touchdown run around right end as gie DeSue threw to DeSue out of the came the play action pass, with QB .....In.. v._ IM MPC
the fourth period opened for: Bishop backfield for 16 yards. From the BK Sheffield passing to Clint Reed out of PA PI 4-f-t H*
Kenny's only score. 34, QB Sheffield then threw 34 yards, the Bradford backfield Reed had to puns ..16..1

>. Leading ground gainer was Bradford's to tight end Ed Douglas for the first turn back to catch the short pass, .PumMn-lMt.....III, ._ .l-t 4. ,.1-1.'.
workhorse sophomore running Tornado TD with about a minute re- under the BK secondary then' .c....... ..........ry.
back Clyde DeSue who carried 24' maining in the first period. Donnie threaded his way through BK wouldbe I) ....._ MIH. .< DN.1'" M yard .....
times for 141 yards, an average of Francis who converted on four of tacklers and used a BHS block of tram tiMHtirkKll ....!.._1.... ./I) Oonnla
S.88, yards per carry. peSue ran five TD', added the PAT. guard Chris Durban for a 47 yard ..........kick. '
behind a line of center ''Terry Bishop Kenny then tried to go to touchdown, which was mostly run I) .r..._Clint ..M.tr.yard pail from O.
Whitehead, guards Chris Durban, the air, but defensive tackle Keith but counted as passing 'yardage. Manta I.... IPt "..nel., kKK.
Lorenzo\ Hall, and ''Alton Young, Jenkins got to the quarterback and Reed also had runs of 24 and 12 II ,......._... Cly4a Do.....on* yard run. IPi
tackles Derrick Long and Don caused a bad throw. DE Chris yards and turned In his best performance -' .kick
41 ...._Ora. Pmnwn,two yard......I PiTaiuta
McDavld. and tight); end Ed Douglas. Dmkms got in to hit the BK quarter.gest In several weeks: .. ,.Icll.

Looking, Looking... I
BUS (ptuiWUck Reggie Sheffield (11)roll .earthing for an open pu KHHS Indians Run Behind Massive ,Offensive Line I
receiver during the Tornado'* win over BUbop Kenny pulling guard ,
Lorenzo Hall look. for lomeone to bit. _
.... Keystone High should be favoredover line the Tornadoes will face this The BHS defensive unit needs to to Santa Fe in the playoffs: The two -'
Bradford High in tomorrow season says Coach Hurse. get the job done, and get the footballto teams did not play In 85 and 86 BHS,
night's (Friday, Oct. 21) game to be BHS will have to "out-quick" the the Tornado offense, Coach Sex- 5-5 won 16-0 over KHS 4-6 in 1987.
played on the Indians field? says Indians "They're much' bigger," ton says. The Baker game, which Bradford
Tennant Wins at InvitationalBradford's Coach David Hurse. Coach.Hurvo note. BHS began playing Keytone in won 14-0, was pivotal for the 1988
KHS beat BHS 14-0 In one quarterin 1983 when BHS was reclassified Tornadoes, who have come along
the Spring jamboree points. out Last seaon, when BHS won 16-0, Class 2A for a few years. KHS won faster than coaches had expected
Tennant won' BUS Oak hall Baker., Coach Hurse. The Indians returnedone KHS had two big drives against the 21-0) in 1983 at home. In 1984, when BHS won last week 29-6 over Bishop
the girl's: race in the Gainesville The BHS boys won a trl-match on BHS kickoff for a touchdown, Tornadoes, who toughened when, QB Frank Long was a junior BHS Kenny, BHS now ,must face
High Purple Hurrican Cross Country, the Tornado cross country course 'and, punched another TD in. near the BHS goal, and kept the Indians won 21-0 at home, then beat KHS 10-0 Keystone High, Newberry and
Invitational run Saturday, Oct 1, on with'32 over Oak Hall in Second The. Indian offensive line, averag- out,,,points out Coach Mike 'in one quarter in a 3-way play off for Nease before the final game of the
the Westwood Middle School course. place with" 43 points and Baker Highin tnfl ni H uili 9sn poimHo wilt ho |hI' hp. .Sexton the district' title,BHS went on to lose season with powerful Santa Fe.
The Bradford High boys finished '7;'
third place with 45 points Tuesday '
'- -
,fourth'BUS girls outof ran 10 so teams.there was Only.,no girl's'three Oct. 4.Tornado.Captain Cam Ward won, Volleyball Team Rallies by Interlachen in Three I

team score. the three mile race in 19: 17 ,
All five BHS boys ran their best Larry Green was third over-all in .
times of the year on the three mile, 19.42): ,his best time on the: BHS After falling to a 1-15 shellacking ,After the rest period between and Monika Williams served <6 course'. It was a fast course, says 'course down behind the middle at Interlachen in the first game of games, the girls came back each. scores of 15-7 and 154.
Coach George LOper school Green's 19:13: Saturday wasa the series, the Tornado stronger, but were down 3-13 before Other girls contributing points to Aurilla Williams, Rita Stepheny,
Race winner was Greg Smith of better time but on a different Volley bailers rallied to take the they finally "started clicking" to the win, are: Latara Jackson, Melinda Williams Tangela] Hankerson -
GHS in 17:14.; Team winner was course, and it is hard to compare: match by the scores of 1-15, 16-14, win the second game 16-14.. Tangela, Pittman, Eyvette Cov- Brandy Ross Tlsha Powell and
Ocala Forrest with 50 points. Brad- Kenny DeSue was sixth over.all in and 15-3 They breezed through the third ington and Stacey Marshal. LaDonna Banks are the first stringers .
ford had 125 points for fourth place. 20:48.: "It seemed like the girls were hypnotized game easily coasting to a 15-3 win to The girs made no real kills In the on the JV Squad.
Captain Cam' Ward led the BHS Sanders was 10th in 21:16: in the first game," said take the match. match,. they just placed the ball Three matches are scheduled for
:and was seventh! over-all in 17,46: Bake Thomas was 12th in 22:05.: coach Inez Diggs. "The ball dropped Kendra Butler and Annette Sim- where it did the most good, and the coming week.The girls will meet
,r 'Larry Green was 25th in 19:13 Ken ,Vernon Griffin was 19th in 25:05. in front of them and they would mons were high scorers.Kendra ser prevented ,the return, says coach Ocala' Forest Monday, Oct. 24 at,
ny DeSue was, 27th in 19:15 Blake Only two BHS girls the other make their moves after the ball was ving 7 points making 7 aces, and Annette Dlgs home, will travel to Vanguard Tues
"Thomas' was 3oth" In 19:17.: ":Tyrone' ; four, were out. rang" /' she said. serving 8 points.,Unissa_King The' Junior''Tornadoes also,won ,day,. ,Oct;25. "
was 36th in 20;:27.Newbcrry ,
won the girl's meet with I 1
23,;points" Bradford ,had no ,team'
'score with only three entrants.
Bradford team captain Ramona THE EASIEST PLACE IN THE
Tennant with
won'the"glrl's: race
13,12, ,Krista OeM was ninth over-all 6;
.irt 1503; her; best time of the year. y
Glenda Rosier was 16th In 15:38.:
Really; outstanding"They did a CAR OR TRUCK FOR OVER
,super job, the girls and boys,''',said

Coach George Loper. 3O YEARS eno

JV Girls Win...

The Bradford Middle School girls t'4
'Won the JV race with 17 points w..
Laytoyia Sims won the girl's race' 1989 '
in 14:14 Brittany Bula was second in
14:22:'Renee Daugherty was third in 0 ii1rz1i'THUNDERBIRD I '' .3' '
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.1448. ,Tanika Bright was, sixth'' In, w. a
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"We moved the ball well,but could XLT
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worked the ball down to .\the, N. p M
"" Marion 20 but had to give up the ball\ Only t VehicleNeeds Ez311 y
on downs,:,unable to make a',first' }
down, ,. '
The Tornadoes then backed North ---
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In the ,second, quarter. the Tor4 .
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The half ended with a score of 16-0.

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Sims was eighth overall In 15:24.: G Keystone Hgts
Clara Batten was ninth over-all In M' Starke G esv1lle. ''Jacksonville, .
15:27.: Charmil Spooner was 10th In ,State Roa(i,21.
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15:31.: Katina Hampton was' 13th I .. ..- __.. -- -
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\ rit' Third Annual Event Had Perfect, Weather, Good CrowdsBy

'Mark ,Friedlin Show and Sale last weekend. shoestring budget)featuring some of during a ceremony Saturday morn-
BCT Staff Writer The variety of art was stunning,and the history of the City of Starke. Ing,and soon the street,which was
The day dawned cool and clear as the city's historic old Call Street wasa The theme of this year's show was closed to traffic for the day, was
over,100 artists showed off some of perfect setting for the event, with "A Call to the Past" and residents filled with festival goers, browsing
their (finest works during the Third the grand old campus of Santa Fe played the part perfectly,dressing In and shopping to their heart's content -
Annual Starke Festival of the Arts Community College looming In the. various types of dress from decades
r.. barkp-ound. past. The hostesses for the show There were art demonstrations for
:' Gamblo"'fingers drew a big crowd were members of the Junior the younger 'set. a "Call Street
'" Saturday night as the featured enter- women's Club of Starke, and they, Kitchen" to help stem the crowd's
tainment In an entire weekend of were dressed In their finest"tum-ofj appetite and plenty to do and see
good times for Starke and arearesidents the-century" outfits, with long, see... '
,,9'.' 1 who had Ul IS homcconv (flowing dresses that set )the tone
',11: ;',;:"" ;. Ing and the Barrel Racing Futurity perfectly for the weekend.A Art Fest.
( ', Sweepstakes all going on during the balloon launch opened the'show
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Families Against Drugs Organization Expands Activities in AreaWearing

"You can make the dif to investigate estaolishing a Crisis to head up the Crisis Hotline com- FAD will meet again ..Tuesday, tary, School Library, Preparationswill and find alternatives to substance
ference" L-t-shirls five fifth graders Hotline. Special emphasis this yearis mittee. Oct. 25, 7:15: p.m. Siarke. Klcmen- continue ''nn events to. educate abuse"' I
from each elementary!school joined on the difference each person: cat) I
four middle school students on the make. -
Homecoming Parade float sporvsortd Bradford County schools will' WHIRLPOOL KENMORE (HOTPOINT G.E. .TAPPAN STARKE RADIATOR & TRANSMISSIONS. INC
by Families Against Prugs observe"Wear Red Day"'on Oct. 25. ADMIRAL AMANA ROPER.;28 YR5 EXP Comer Hwy 16 &301 661 N.Temple An. Starke
(() All students and school personnel
Middle school-- art students 'made are asked to wear red to show their Amana Factory' Service 9646810.ED'S'
thf,!' 'red letters of the themeTor- opposition to substance abuse. .
nadoes Join Hands Around ,the Elementary school students! will
World; The hand on, the float were view a special video, The.day. sponsored APPLIANCE PARTS MOST'SERVICE .
tracings of fifth grade siwlrnts by FAD, is coordinated by
throughout the county KAP Eugenia Whitehead.. ON BRANDS WORK1DAY _
member Martha Smith was in Chairman: for,lhe "Jusl Say No" RECONDITIONED APPLIANCES MICROWAVE REPAIR
,Charge of their entry In the parade.At week are KugeniaVhilehcad: "
their September meeting, FAD jithool' ,events Linda Kay Johns- 310 E. COIl Street ((904) 964-2966 SERVICE
set their major goals'Cor the BH-H9 community events. Mary Huchple-- Starke, Florida 32091 USN Retired 1 TRANSMISSIONSREBUILT
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!senior high students that wilt b*> -
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!'[)ance Alivel" wiil open its.finU ROLL. NEHO'CEfRYER
season as the Santa' Ke Community I' LEGQUARTERS
College dance company.on' Sunday,
Oct. 23 at the Florida. Theater( [in
Gainesville with VMaiis '
Celebration'; performance. .', STEAKS
designed to create the feeling of I the
Catholic mass without the ritiuil.
The performance starts ''at 2:30:: 1
p nv, .General admission ''Is $10 and y
$8,and ticket; are$5 for SFCC Liu-ally -
staff and students. Tickets maybe )
purchased any weekday at l'uI:ihl
Studio or at the Florida Theater one
hour before*,curtain UeKervudonsmay (
be obtained by culling :J7hiKiw5
between 9am. and 7 p.m. ",,'
Directed by Kim Tuttle, the ballot
'is derived from Mozarl'aif: 'Rcquicni( .)1\\ \
Mass'", composed as he 1 la Id lylug
and included in the winning
film "Amadeus"',", and LcoiuirriBernstein's ,
"Mass", a contemporary
interpretation of the(Catlmlic 1 .,BONE us IN CHOICE HALF...
ritual. "
The twworks't are juxtaposed. WHOLE ,
symbolize' old and the new, the ..RIBEYES.
search for knowledge amt.Jlw/ niifMfor ':( ., '
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,.educational seminar and social this I
t, Tuesday,Oct. 25 at {the, t>tu 21 North of Keystone Heights. "'I.i :>..)I Mae .O f. ',I' "
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appropriate footwear is suggested, t116ti' "...... ..- '
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covered ty/social dish will menu.get underway with'a )1MG1OSUTMt aFF> +u'. .. LOWEST FOOD BILL POSSIBLE.

< ,Door prizes and a prize (for the best yOU' ( .
Costume will be given away. sJ'put __ PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN DIXIE LOCATION' :
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The Defense Reutilizatioiv Und'
''Marketing Office';;haj scheduled;a + wI
,U.S. Government Surplus 'Auction-
that will be,open to the public 'on
''Thursday, Oct:27. .
Bidder registration begins at 7iO:
,a.m'Sale; begins at 8 a.m. This\Sale
will be conducted'at the I DclenseKeutilization '
& Marketing (Olficeon
US Hwy, 17, 2, miles South;'01' NAS I I
Main Gate. '
Items to be sold include: electrical IT.. I
'equipment, office machines video /
players, furniture; microwave oven,
spot welder, tool boxes,' clothing'',
sound equipment,boats, televisions,
sedans and more. .
Sale items will be available for inspection
on Oct. 24 from 8 a.m. to ::1
pm, For further Inror"allol111,
Terri Dobson or Mike Zieman,in the
Sales Office, J-772-9249, WHEN YOU HAVE MORE
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for unanimous Secretary endorsement of State has froro'received: ,the 6-PA t2-oz" 2 GfOt? \ n1JJ !ICJ.. 79 C ADVIL'TABLETSorCAPLETS : '$''592

a CI
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in',his bid to unseat"incumbents ZBTLLT CANS c BAG"" .,. .;-IlL

Republican Jim Smith from that office -
In the November 8 Genera I Flee MEDIUM BARTLES I' JLl I. \ or i

record Citing,on'Moore's campaign strong reform legislative, en- DIAPERS j V.G' $653 WINE DOG FOOD . e'a::: $59.

vironmental Issues, and consumer ''LARGE COOLERS' I.
i protection, the five Cabinet KUDDLES '. CRACKINGOOD $ 00 ir--i
members and $653 JAYMES I 2 $138
urged "Republican
Democrats alike" to support Moorein DIAPERS . Jl.r. :% -;> $ 9 DIXIE PIES '. "f', t'K8' 4''
his challenge to Smith. 4.PAK 3' CRACKIN GOOQ TS.oz
State Treasurer and Insurance THRIFTY MAID Q tE6l'r$ 29 12-oz. TOASTERPASTRIES $00. BTL :
Commissioner Bill Gunter said, "I 1 1 BTLS, 2 10.1 I .
am proud to have Someone of Tom TOMATOES 0' r_' O CAN] .-. FNG __
.Moore's background and stature as'
our candidate for Secretary of I lie is highly principled and will bring FINAL NET
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1 I", Supplies ., evening when an audience of 500 enJoyed broadcast on PBS, this nia, Stem was a pupil of psychologist words that were her lifelong passionand
Toys the stories and songs of Gamble dramatic show brings to life the Incomparable William James at Radcliff and concern.
< Rogers the Santa Fe Community Stein and her friends studied medicine at John Hopkins But we are presented with a great
: I 964-7474 r College Tall Performing Arts Ernest Hemingway Fl: Scott Fitzgerald for four years She refused( to take deal more than the physical
Series continue in Starke Thursday Sherwood Anderson, her degree and moved to Paris with, 'presence and personality of Gertrude
:" ,, evening with the unique mut-woman, Picasso, Matisse and other leadingart her secretary, Alice H Tuklas, Her Stein in this play, We get the
\ ;.' ,: -- show of California actress Pat,,Bond and literary figures of the Moaning salon In Paris liocamo; the gathering immediate impression of meeting
as the famous literary figure of the Twenties. place of young tlrtisls and ,writers the characters who do not actually,
'20s, Gertrude Stein. Although Stem is remembered for ,who would dominate the ,next appear physically on stage. We are
PHYSICAL THERAPYJerry "Gerty, Gerty. Gerty Stein ,is her statement that "a rose is a rose generation of literature and art given the privilege of meeting the
Back,Back, Back"will be presented is a rose," she is! also famous for the from the vary start of,his work, movers and shakers of 20th century
Fisbnr, P.T. ] "at 8 p,m., October 27 in the Marko literary and artistic circle that tame Wear taken |Into Stem's coot(idence culture '
Woman's Club. ,The performance 1 ill to the 1X1111(84 III l her I'uris Sal BY;APPOINTMENT. 964-6OOO tree,and open to the public the I I'I''n' It t I'I ." 1 < I 'I.,, llfr i inn and comedienne, was trained at the
Goodman Theatre in Chicago\ the
University ,of Iowa, and San FranCisco .
State' University, from which
she graduated in 1952 With a U.A,,.,in
English Literature and Drama

,.. Over the past 40 years she has ap-
Np peared in over 200 theatre produc
dons in San Francisco, Chicago, and
Los Angeles. She currently resides
'T .hp. San Francisco Bay Area
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9.21 ,Bond .. Stein i

Nationally acclaimed In the 1V7H
film, ''Word Is Qut"i Pat was Fin,,
couraged to bring ,her ,own' one-
,' Woman shows to the stage. Her portrayal
of Gertrude Stem was tappet
LB. 'LB. 'before:a' theatre audience by thi
Maryland Center for Public' Broadcasting .
and broadcast nationally on
\\ .. 'PBS' in 1980. For the past eightyear'she
has toured this< production,
and others, throughout thb United

PORK SAUSAGE' La: *197 SLICED BACON, lB 98 MUSHROOMS '.' 0 'ZE 98 *( former, picture in the,.The 1980 United House Artists God"motion

Following the performance. Mis!;
Bond will return for a conversation
'wIth the audience. The evening will
HARVtST FflESH RED ,conclude,/with, a "meet, the pr'
WE HAVE YOUR FAVORITE PORK CUTS, 'TRIMMED, ''TO A '1A INCH' BARTLETT Of former" reception sponsored bj thp
@ RARTLETTPEARS ,Stark,Woman's ; r
:>/r:,1+;f''':'' BUTT $147 4ft"t': 87C97C PORK 77 ,.. ,'tI Beware'Of1

PORK STEAKS ."'. u PICNICS ,'* d.' L8 $1| ,'
LOIN .. ,'. ." ,
I' a ,u t'
', "
(, ;: \' 1 LOIN $ 77
PORK LOIN 1 "Beware Scams" Is'the'wudi-
., v 00.0 La 18 I LB ,
: : : o'' .I,r': t. ing issued by Florida's Attorney'
1 W.DSPECIAL TRIM 15.IS General Bob Butterworlh 'to,
"1'I I ,:: ,'" LBS, SLICED FREE COUNTRY $ Q37, BOSTON BUn HARVEST FRESHRUTABAGAS. unemployed persons. looking for.

: '.:,, WHOLESMOKED STYLE RIBS.:,: ;.'.'. u J PORK ROAST '.' ,? 'll $127 ,. .a 23c jobs."Our investigations reveal' that'

1 HAM FARMSTEAD ''t SLICED FOR CHOPS SELECT LEAN numerous companies have' made
,.;, +'.{ BONELESS $ Q37U PORK FRESH bogus claims and promises* about,
t" $ PORK LOIN .' $157 18 68c employment opportunities" Butter
: .,. ; 's 0 "f,'. ,, LB CARROTS..HARVEST BAG 'worth says "and perpetrators :'of'
r'' 97C FARMSTEAD SELECT LEAN these fraudulent schemes have bilked .
) / BONELESS $Q77 ECONOMY $167'' HARVEST FRESH hundreds of job hopefuls\: of their,
-' lB. PORK CHOPS. U PORK CHOPS 29NCAt much.needed savings,
t. n CABBAGE, I' :",.' 18 The attorney general's 'olfice, !Is
currently investigating several
shady' companies that promote
overseas employment oppoi tunitics,
[ V'4RV' but fail to deliver on their glowing
\ promises. Five businesses'accillit'd
1 >> NCAt fM, COOKED BAR B. of ,operating '',scams .in' Pad,
1 } .1 \QIJP WHO t SLAB OF Broward, and Seminole, Counties
BARBECUESPARERIBS have already been padlocked and
1 I several others operating in Palm
In1I p1O l \t Beach 'and Volusia Counties have:
closed their, doors, ,apparently to
M ; ; ,avoid investigation.
i 99
: .f'6 The closed businesses',all Independent
/) distributors for Hy-Cite. Inc,ot
IIx1ft; .1 Madison: ,Wise., sold household merChandise .
t through In-home presentations -
J/ I .:"Y" 'gc1NLerHiscoi M In their ads, the defendants,
I I I LAYER solicited and accepted a $49 fee from
,each applicant, falsely stating that
CAKES'l this fee was for a background(heck
fi or bonding for the job applicant.
; The attorney general is also look.ing -
$399 I into scams that target would-be,
; ,, actors, actresses, and models In a
... ..' '''''' !>' attorneys .
,: :. '''' recent case,consumer protection
Initiated an investigation
,(" -"': ., DELI the South Florida Talent Agency of

,-- ,\' 'I ...:r ..' BOILED HAM ,Hollywood Fl. After, the investigation
started, the agency suddenly
QUARTERS AIL VARIETIES .:. ... :'-' its office
SUPERBRAND e ,FREEZER QUEEN $1 59 ... ;. ''('D'Ira 2 9 ceased headquarters.operating vacating' '

YELLOW', \MARGARINE ,, .2 PUGS III ,88 ,ENTREES .','. .-, si/V' '\f.{ .:.;:;.(;. $2
WHITE or tiES _' La
j,Jtl } TOWELS "ORANGE JUICE ,'I'r;. $159 CAKE ,.'o 0\\ IKN GARLIC License.,
", I 1\\ ow.I I : 'IMITATION KOUNTRY FRESH ,DA NO'S GOURMET 199 ,; BREAD Bradford County
;""- -;
Il.,' 89C89e ..... ;.
'_ 3 $1 CHEESE FOOD Sill PIZZAS "S.' MCH 1. 6 The Florida Highway Patrol will
Y be conducting driver license;'andvehicle
R'o:: .. 0SJ Inspection
SUPERBRAND' SUPERBRAND Q $10'0.... EACH, checkpoints dur
"to* r ing the Week of Oct, 21 through Oct,
,CREAM CHEESE w luSII ,WHIPPED TOPPING fc Sl/t \ 27 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230,,SR-18
SR-16, CR-18,' CR-16 R-2LB'

REE FILM DEVELOPING' T-COUPON 'G Di"OA' -l. .. r.,I.vtWITH r WHARF in FR-227.CR-225 Bradford CR-221 CR125CR229 County.CR-230. and CR-100A CR-l3I':

'. PRESCRIPTION I ROLL OF 110,', 126, 35mm' ,
HEADLESS 51 SO Ct Kecognizing: the'danger presented
I, PURCHASE u.or DISC FILM.". ,DEVELOPED ; i MEDIUMSHRIMP to the public by defective vehicle'
'FROM YOUR'FRIENDLY' I AND PRINTED FREE'WITH Photo t Favorites -wY= equipment Troopers will concen-
trate their efforts on vehicles being
'MARKETPLACEPHARMACY A PRESCRIPTION, I for Favorite Photos 'operated with defects such as bad
DM brakes,' worn tires and defective
, :;:,;:!', < '\;" ,e PHOTO MUG no wst..tAyCCtoUU LS $3 9 9 ,lighting will equipment.be directed In addition to drivers, attention *

:; :" '.'.iic.ntied and reglster.d, phwmatets' F Ah.dJu'l PIIARMM' I nonlvs2.6gmll tyD who would violate the driver license

I ii," ,' ', : .Con..n..nc'.YOU'POHC''P'IOfI'.h-youho\I' ''' .4'1"__ .I ,- c OUPON. @j f PHOTO PLATE L laws of Florida.
'', '. ;'" 0 W,accept pcs.PAIP BC BS M DIME t dmi Mf OICAIOtW OFFER GOOD THROUGH I The Patrol has found these checkpoints
': sluNtlMO/iDAappr' vadquatrtyrMn.rni3j" '8.99 to be an effective means of en-
,,:,,' carry !P uge NOVEMBER 16. 1988. t ,only each
',I ,. I I .Op.n6 lay......N Mon Sal 9.mto4pm "loryouicoAvtnwnc NOT VALID WITH ANY OTHER PUZZLE FRESH GROUPER $5' 99 forcing the equipment and driver
"' ..IIS'I'.r., I COUPON OFFER LIMIT ONE ROLl \ PHOTO, FILLETS .\ ". ,; r ll' license laws of Florida while insure
PfMCupliom ar |Fret bt'9"'you' PER COUPON PER ing the protection: of all motorists.
and w II "lad rdillaMv*car.prvunplion 01 all'in*cMlaill, ; lyauopl1ysoe..n.I'L_____ ___________ only mil AVAILABLE IN SEAFOOD STORES ONLY




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Attorney Hardy Gets 14-Day' ": 'Extension' to Complete Business Affairs

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Starke attorney Dudley P. Hardy 17,Susan Moredock.84. Garrett Pet-. dy Ctaskins, 47, Gladys Thomas, 52, Pitchett, 28, Carl Hurst, 61, Larry area's1i u1C1 he be released pending M. Brown, Darla J. Christopher,..
has been granted 14 affairs Zack Edwards, 32, Lillie Dewey Dick 34.' Kevin Ltnzy 21, Noegel,' 42, Michael Leverson 38," appeal and that he posed'no danger James R. Flynn, R. A. Green
to attend tQ business before'' Mae Norr1s, 03, Betty U. Edwards, Jerome Mitchell.. 22, Elmore Harvey Anderson 53, Melody Reddish to the community. JohMy'R. Hobbs John H. Jones,
reporting to federal prison, he had M Lucille Spry 83, Louise Kite Reynolds, Reed Jones, 51,Daniel E. 29, Jennifer Johns, 20, Elise William A. Bessent, in Torwic* Eugene f. Shaw Richard Welty.QCencCa's .
been ordered to report Oct. 17. Newman, 73. L./J, Kite,. Jr.* 38, CoOney 39, Jimmy Kilby 18. Ran- Ara. 26, David L. Fenton, 52,
Following his seven-year sentence ,Patricia L. Elder 42, Lavern H. dall J. Bailey,21,David Pearsall.29 Woodrow Griffis, 60, Walter
for conspiring to distribute cocaine Outlaw,55,Willie Hayes 54,CharlesK. Eric Packham, 18, Dorothy Jones,. Alvarez, 58, Cecelia T. Terwillegar,
Hardy's attorney requested that his Norman 31, Linda Kay Higgin- 44, Barbara Mosly,19,Kim Gowens,. 68.Pauline Randolph,33, Betty Jane
client remain at. liberty while botham, 37, Gina Dahl 24 Suzanne 19, Sharyn Ford, 19,Karl Letthelser, Stiles, 53, Eddie J, Lee, 32, Thomas Sliear''Design
awaiting Appeal. That request was Kitchens 35 Steve Whitehead. 41, 20, David L. Huber,35, Linda Johns, Chastain, 57, C, J. Lewis, 52, Em-
denied, but the extention gives him W.. S. Whitehead\ 34, L, K. 42, L. H. Clark, 28, Peggy Gaskins, mitt S. Akrk ga 40, Truby C. Slade J
!,Intil Oct. 31 to report..Approximately ,Whitehead, 65, Patrick B. Welch 43,, 54, Lillian Slade 49,Carol A. Milner 62, Richard Srade. 31, Brenda Slade,
135 people advised Alice Faye Waters,. 47, Harold E. 36,'Charles Hardy 70, Juanita Har 28, Glen W. Prevatt, 44, Bernice I 4 118.8. Thompson St.
they had known Hardy for many Waters,, 49, Wiley Langford, 53, 67 Don Hardy, 37 Robert WMiiner'Jr. Stewart, 30, Burdett Green, 22, John Starke
years, had personal knowledge' that Douglas P Hardy 68.Hazel Hardy, 35, Evelyn )Kitchens, 38, Dukes,42,Bel-nice W.Epps 57 John I 964-4151
he has an immediate family in the Freda Judd.66, HJalmar Wilson 32, 'Thomas Kitchens;' 56.//S. G.'Denmark ,Bates,51,Albert J.Newman,Jr.,51, r
area and felt he posed absolutely no Pimple Overstreet, 41, Clarence E. ,' Gus Kopelousos; SO, H. C, Sidney D.Newman, 49. f .
risk to leave or flee Bradford County Lee. Griffis 32 Saucer;:24,' J. Farnsworth,Jr., 45, Harry Gruen Under seperate cover were letters { Mr. Tim's
while his case Is on Appeal. Belcher, 25, Robert Wiggins;38. Bill 51, David Wainwright 33, Connie from Jimmy Alvarez Tax Assessor; c. '"
The following signatures (spellIngmay Fee 49, John A. Fontaine 31, Joyce Esther S. Hall, Tax Collector; Perm Special
be incorrect) were sent to the Moody, 46, Martin E. Thornley, C, Phillips Jr. 26,, An- Jeneva M. Flynn Supervisor, of k
Honorable Howell W, Melton United _.lnuce Smith45.E Lava Jones"Thomas thony Aaron, 29, H. Daugherty 48, Elections: Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk
States District Court of the Middle Pranklm Doug Nettles". ''Toni! Crawford,33, Rebecca Cooper, ,of Court; Lawrence Mosley, Chair- tr- $ OQ 95
District of Florida 34. M. C. Hersey,.34, Roger Jones 38, Lori Thompson 22, Jeinette' man County Commissioners.A r-' *
44, Debra Harris :37, Lisa Jon 1Q. Futch, 51. Pam McRay ''S. Cheryl letter was also sent to the court regular $40.00 ,
Barbara P. Gault '56, Doyle Sherrl Gaskins, 20, Claudine Cartwright 38. Ronald"'E"'N Newman, from the attorneys in Starke and
Thomas, 46, ,Thomas M. Edwards. Gaskins 45,Stacey Bowen, 19,Fred :VI Shanee Miskeil, 20. Ramona. Bradford County stating that they' Ask Mr.Tim About The Spiral Perm
felt it ,unlikely Hardy would flee,the

"We Life to 9&ep !you. Looking Qoocf

. Recent Arrests in 'Bradford CountyThe

following arrests were madein 'Curtis Eugene Harvey 26. of Ma,: Christopher Robin Cribbs, 19, of Stolen VCR Recovered,
Bradford County. I by; local clenny was arrested Oct. 15 for improper Starke was arrested oct. 15 for Man Charged In TheftA
authorities. wilful-wanton reckless driving ac- r
tag, according to Patrolman A '
Mack Short. Bond was set at$262.50, cording to Patrolman Gerald Hayes. VCR stolen during a burglary at
Gregory Gibson, 27: of Starke was he was released on his own He was released after a$262.50 sure Bradford High School was recoveredlast ,
arrested Oct. 15 for disorderly intoxication ,recognizance. ty bond was posted. week by city police. '
and breach of peace accor- ? The VCR was recovered on a,"tip" '
ding to Patrolman Danny Thrift Jr. from an Individual that the machinewas
Bond 'was set at $762.50, he was In a home in the Reno area Oct.
released on his own recognizance. 10. David Lenord Harris 26, was
charged with dealing in stolen pro
Carlos Alberto Nieves 31" of perty when he said he had bought the
Starke was arrested Oct. 14 for VCR at a bar, according to
trespass after warning and retail Patrolman M. T. Short. -
theft according to Lt John Hodges. Two TV's and the VCR were taken :
W.M. McKenzie has retained BEN CAMPEN AUCTIONEERS to 'i
the school
Nieves would not leave Law'sTavern during a burglary high
where he bought two beers sell the estate of her late husband, Lee McKenzie at Auction which occurred between Oct. 7 and ,
and refused to pay for them said TUES., NOV. 1st. 1000 A.M. at the 'BARGAIN CENTER, Oct. 9. The identification number
Hodges.Bond was set at$750 he was U.S. 301. 1 mile South of Starke.. 'was on the top of the equipment said, ..
,released on his own recognizance. Short.
Real Estate and Personal Property Harris advised arresting officers
Edwin Cooper Haywood, 41?of that he bought the VCR from Jerome
Starke was arrested Oct. 15 for retail Lee of Lawtey. Bond for the charge
*I;.BARGAIN CENTER an active Inutneee on US.301,South of Stark 2 4 against Harris was set at $2ooo, he
to Patrolman
theft according Ac.on 301 with. 200'*of Crontag: .;jlncl 2 building; Inventory: and equipment ta was released on his 'own. 4x
Thrift. Haywood police to say' be old eepanlefy: ,This property to 1>*old absolute-1'o minimum No recognizance, .
he was going to shoplift which he,
was observed doing as he left the reurve The investigation Is continuing; ;

store with items as authorities arrived #2 *3 #4 Lake Retreat2.Stoq 5 l ly
Haywood said he needed help? Doublewida
Mobile horn*on!3/4 acre at .
that he could not handle probation on
on 1 Acre Interlachen Lake E.tateLlia.lie
Located at 822 W.Adktn.SLtnthe.
the street and that he needed drug ci"
abuse treatment to get off cocaine Located on 40th own well and septic
City Starke. Street&, EZWHEELS I
said Thrift Bond was set at $500 .
Georgia Mini-Farm
Next to Bradford Hampton. Fla V'
Haywood was released. his own.
High School. 3BR.2BA.No I.ocatedInMlId>eUCounty.near i"i"i
recognizance. LI City water& Mlnumunu, Pelham,Georgia&24 Acre
No Reserve Private,Roiling Land
William N. Addison 38, of Starke
,was arrested at the Suwannee Swiftyon 1320 N.Temple Ave. r
US-301 south Oct. 15 for disorderly TERMS:; 10%Buyers Premium,Cash.Cashiers Check or Check Starke 1''
intoxication according to LI John .with Bank Letter of Guarantee. 964-7783
Dempsey. Addison was sleeping on'
,the ground by the dumpster and
refused to cooperate with the officer BEN CAMPEN ,AUCTIONEERS Buy Here \Pay Here
l e We Finance .
said A Dempsey. He was' released
.aftgre $250\ surety"1to1l4, as. potted. Licensed Real,Eatat.: Broker AB;+100;AU2M. [ JT Y'' et TL r li t

Sharone Gainey 31,of Starke\ was TOLL FREE 1-800-432-7085 STATIONWAGON' _-4 $ ,
arrested Oct. 15 for trespass after _.ort en
warning according to Deputy Barry'' __
King. He was released after a $500 WEEK!
'.surety bond was,posted FASHION STOP is where you'll find great looking

jeans at a price you can afford. Modeling for us Is
Scott Richard Hamilton 18, was
arrested Oct. 18 on a capias charg- Just Arrived Stephanie Agin wearing the newest jeans by Lee
ing grand theft II, according to ims GasPRESEASON Truckload of with slim-fitting legs for that tight-ankle fit. For a

Deputy King. Bond was set at$1,000;' fashionable western look. Stephanie has chosen a

,he recognizance was released, on( .his own Station Wagons rodeo print shirt accented with a western belt. The f

matching denim jacket'will be great for those cool

Traffic' GAS HEATERI! Different Sizes days. Sitting next to her Is Allison Ivey. wearing
Robert Lee Edwards of Jackson- to'Choose belted knee-skimmers by Chic.'Complementing her
ville was arrested Oct. 15 for Sov up .. 60% of your winter jeans. Allison Is wearing a red. long-sleeve shirt.
reckless driving, according to Investigator From!
hooting ott. ,.., of western to her outfit..
..Michael McClain. Ed- The.bandana adds a touch
,wards was released after.a $262.50 COOL CABINET lLets.p24.V

cash bond was posted., ",000 ITU DUIBMNUmNTHUSMUm 452 Temple, Avenue Starke
/ Installed with Oat :Down Payments
Michael Starrs 42, of Gainesville (Across from High School)
was arrested I Oct. ,15 ,for driving A' .1,,' Start At Mastercard Mon.1O. Sat
under Influence; ,according to, .' .$295 Down & Up Visa 964-5772 :6
Patrolman Susan Wilkerson. Stars"blood
alcohol content was .14 per- Bulk Tank .-
cent. He was released after a $500 House
surety bond was posted.
tnd RtnilaatW
Mobil* a

Horn** THRU ALL OCT.TODAY IS a itlisrWi c C1ID Little Cbesaxs'PizzaYwo '


r great.pizzaif One "' price

'Ie2kQ+s, $unb.om
According to Greek histor- w" .Lease
ians. kissing began when PIZZA MENU 1'- SALADS,
.menfolk wanted to knowIf Starke Gainesville Ocala Cheete ..t..,..:...r.T..r. ...''i'/.I.......:.M. e.4 IM 10 ai ....... wDw .....

been their womenfolk wine. had 964-7725 asUNW2n46t,', 376-4677 629-3733 One Two .Kernt.-.1...,*i4f,f"r\>.";.r'.1\o....,:.,..,".(.:..,....'...;: .It..r'i.;/.:"..:'.eJ.\..f t..'.,":*..*. .eraS5 7n, *7D '1246 11 IS G toned,_ 4..i*.i..,r.'...t.,',-..h 169'M 1 a.79 29 .(..:.29T. .'
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::1988 FLEETWOOD blto c_..._.....;..."..:.: .mow......,....:....:"...n....,.. ,.80 .10 ,28000s .
; .-.0,,,I OO:::=--M.. ::::.:==::- -O.--, SOFT DRINKSSPECIALTIES

''3BR, 2BA Doublewide' 'CAESARSSANDWICHES... &a..Ch.ny'CoIA..OIeloll.'

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c-.__ '"Q"OIISub.\.f.'...,.269 5maH12o 'Medium loige
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( 14,9OOirpf Oo",Scue '.....,.,?. .,.,,):....:.-r>.i9 .wwsn..wsr.rwa. .fI9 ,79 .99

'Fbpe>s 1. :Shingled wood aItling- plywood) floors, delivery and dR COUPONSAVE

.. nt-up. : 1 ,r. warranty. and Extended WSrranty.r<,. $1.70

Factory Direct Means Wholesale Prices only atl I 1 :TWO MEDIUM PIZZAS


South .' SPECIALS" ?

Quality Homes
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Orange ,
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Hwy 4tN (Between MO & US 90)) Lake .....*. Hw'IMmow.Gnej NwirVo.
., City, Florida K.r..rsewr,..... '

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,w/optlonal' or 6 bedroom KMiOOMIO

LOADED 11:00 to 11:00 :=- ra.an.o mzz.n o "
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:Friday & Saturday 11-12oo *

22,900 209 month "Phone Ahead for Quicker Service" :li1Im@rr I

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U Y rB IIA 11/_N Halloween Carnival a Event at SSE
3 I"4S" a+ Bili A/r I !r_ fa 1 ta.P. Biff,

/ >f Uf1ii! SoulrmMv EU-rm-nlnry' S<.hl rwjfjUs l Carnival which I"I net tur:Sahirilny.Orl popular with the younger!! et. Ad-
1 unnunl Halloween Ciirnlvul l 22 at the school beginning; ( 4 4 ml *lon I la$1. Halloween/ wouldn't be
(Vaster. Content Krlclny, wllh Jud(fH.Hck. p.m. Ihc same' without the rllauntcd
F1 + /, ,' I .-<'tlnf"Tour oulnlandlnj' umjerN UNoverall ."'/ 'rs soy IIH| y<;ar*,. event I ..u",," to visit but there will also be'
1 I ,4 Li winner, should.l he one of the"bhmrst' urul l M-",' 'a "Country Store" for' the Iklntcr*
M..nllllnll I won In the klmliTtjurten'Svrond / y ft-irt'i'Mus*: uuijiyni'W, t-um( s rutveiwcti henrtcd
a t tt1A .4 grade( group and Crynlal. !lulilixl anal l sate iityiln Its: !'veer Another. new uttriutlon. lidded this.
Simmons.WILD runner'up. rhanl.. of St.irkihove pits h..1 In 10 years/ "Miulam Kronla The MynlcTloiJH
Tiffany |}onn'.entry won hc:,'first make the: always popular llln((; Gypsy Kortune-Tcller. There
pliu-c In the hlrd film grade group game even bigger\ than Iflu'tJhe lust' are iilso iruiriy added gates which.should
and there wo*a Helot' the ninntT- ip year. I lye crinUrcot to every age
spat between SlurcV Kltch/ Wiu The:popular "Monnwalk'1' allnifllonfwill group
J'wmcln Mi-Williams. afo t>e fi.-aluri'ii' ,il |the) dirtilvnl; USNO'l'ICE
All of I he posters arc being' r used l lijlverllw 10 for the first tear This large air See Page
.the upcoming llullowern Tilled "/.ero I\" \\llty' fxuTk-ni'| 'e H

(Across lh >tr *|
from Ponllac Star*}

Poster Winners... '89 $-15 -- 'IISTARCARFT
Tfce e ahidenU and their poster erection were the winner. from last Friday's content at St......'.Souttulde JIMMY I VM r -- -
Elementary SchooL. l '
The potter will be used to advertise this Saturday'*Halloween Carnival the achool. a (
Winner and nmner.. -Included Mona Hall,Cry.Ul Simmons,Tiffany Donn.Stacey RIteh and Pamela Me:William, ALL REMAINING 1988 1.. ...
PantUcs to be sold eJ

below actual factory .r
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INVOICES.Sierro .CM(26.MO r...

An estimated 125 milllion car are on U.S.roads.these days. Classic,top of'the $ J m JLfM* AVAILABLE'' FORINSPECTION '22,395
ljrOi '
)lin.t1.Fully' ., 'Is FULL SIZE CIIP'equIpped.
,4.3 liter,V-6,
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Woody Blasingame Mrs.Reba S. Good Thomas A. Goodyear Graveside funeral'services' were I j :. ('. : ,: .

__, Wyatt Woodrow (Woody) Bias- Mrs. Reba S. Good 79, of Park'of Thomas Albert Goodyear Sr., 50,. held Oct. 17 with Rev.Leamon Ward :: ;
Ingame, 75 of Melrose, died Oct. 12 ,the Palms In Keystone died Oct. 11 of Keystone Heights, died Oct. 13 in officiating. Interment was In, Your For This !
In the VA Medical Center, in in N< Fla. Regional Medical Center the VA Medical Center of Gadara Cemetery with graveside ,Life
Gainesville following an extended illness In Gainesville. following a sudden illness Gainesville following ,a 2'>11 year il Masonic Rites. Arrangements were
lness handled by Jones Funeral Home: .
Born. Mar. 17, 1913, in Muhella, Born May 2, 1909 in Lehigh Coun Born Feb. '8, 1938 In Florahome, In lieu of flowers his family requests Enjoy life In beautiful Gainesville, recently rated .
Ga., Mr. Blasingame 'moved to Mrs. Good moved to Mr, Goodyear moved to Keystone in flowers to American Cancer
Melrose in 1947. He was a member of Keystone in 1982 from Ft Lauder- 1978 from Jacksonville. He was a Society, Clay County. Unit P.O. Box; the top retirement location in Florida., Our "Tree
Oak Park Baptist Church of dale. She was a retired 'operating Baptist and a Navy veteran of the ?HJ Otii..M," I' ii'l 12073 City U.S.A." is home to the University of Florida, -
Gainesville, and a veteran 'of the room Registered Nurse and a VietNam War as a Navy Aviation
Navy SeeBees in WWII He retired member of Park, of, the Palms Electrician He was a member of with its numerous
in 1976 as an electrical journeymanand Church Melrose Lodge 89, F&AM KeystoneHts See Page 7B cultural and recreationalopportunities
was a member of IBEW Local Survivors include her daughter, and a member of Am Vets Post
1205; Betty Lou Good of Keystone Heights. 86 of Keystone.Survivors -great
Survivors include his wife, Funeral services were held Oct 14 include his mother and In Mimory cfMy Precious shopping and excellent
'Mildred 11, Blasingame, a son, In' Park of the Palms Chapel with step-father, Mr. &Mrs; R M. Reel of :
Richard: W'. of Melrose; three Mr. Ernest Woodhouse and Mr Jacksonville; a son, Thomas A, 'Daugliter'Denise regional and V.A.
sisters Sarah Holloway of James Gilbert officiating Interment! Goodyear II of New Smyrna Beach; ., medical facilities. -
Gainesville,' Jewel Kenyon of Col- will be in Lauderdale Memorial and two'' brotheers, Charles P. 1
eman, Ga, and Fannie Chambless, Gardens in Ft. Lauderdale Arrangements Goodyear of Jacksonville and At The Village you'llbe "
of Llzella, Ga., and several nieces, were handled by Jones William G. Goodyear of Los close to everything ,, f4'.
nephews and \..iodchildrl'n.Graveside Funeral Home Angeles: Cat
I funeral services\ were and still enjoy the

held Oct. 14 with Rev. J. NealTolson privacy'and spaciousness -.
officiating Interment, was in Eliairt beautiful
of our 80 acres.
Cemetery of Melrose under the t
Home. With equipped rental apartments meals ,
direction of Jones Funeral fully '., ''
I Mrs Jennie Ferda Bradford prepared by Morrison's-trained chefs and plenty of .
Mrs. Jennie Zacek Ferda, 82, ofMiammi. Chiropractic Center amenities and planned Activities you'll enjoy active, :; ':.,;
died 11 following an' all for fee. All ,),
Oct Starke Office carefree living -: one monthly apart- ;

extended Born' Illness.Dec; 48, 1905 ,in .218 S. Walnut St. and to all parent, especially ments include an emergency call system and limited' .
Czechoslovakia, Mrs Ferda loved those parent whose child ha personal care services are available 'r, :
Next to the Chamber
,to Miami 15 ago 'iron ,. of Commerce on to b* with the Lord .
years gone Just fill out the coupon below and plan on visiting \: .,'1',i
I Theressa (Starkel.) She; was a 964-4957 "I'll lend you for a lit tie time a child of
: member' of St. Edwards Church In mine* lie said 'For to love while us soon to find out how.you can enjoy retirement ',;' .' "I'
Starke, the Bradford County Senior he lives and mourn for when he 1* t \ \\0.:
Citizens Club and a homemaker dead. It may be six or eeYaI.INJ'8. or the way it should bel "::'.:' ,:;.>:; ,
PAIN CONTROL, twenty two or three: But will you. til I
Survivors Include' a daughter call him home, take care of him for
Elsie Michel of Mia lea h; a son Headaches T. me? lie'U brine' his charms to gladden '
Joseph Ferda, ,Jr. of Woodndge, Neck & Arm you. and should his stay be brief .. .i.,
N.J. a sister Victoria Zacek ,of Mid Back you'll have his loving: memories as IfieViflapeRetirement, :: .. i..'
Hampton, a niece Karol Zacek of Low Back & Leg solace for your grief. cannot promisehe : f
Starke, five grandchildren and six INJURIES will stay' for all from earth return, I
tgrandchildren/ ; Work rU!.l.d want but there this are child lessons to taut there looked I Living The Way It Should Be '. ';i/\I/ \ :" 'i:'
Rosary services were held Oct 14 the wide world over In search for ? .,. ,,\ : ,hi'll, ( :
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in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel. Funeral l ,. teachers true and from all the In Fla: 1-800-654-2996 ((904)) 373-4032 ," '/' : ,' ,,;, ; fMtf.J.; :j'\I'.AI"( f fI
held Oct. 15 in be Witt that crowd life. lanes I've '' ( % '
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C. Jones Chapel with Father Tom Aulo Accldml selected you""Now 2801 N.W.:' 83rd Street Gainesville. Florida 32606'i{ .. i(1' '?s; ; i ;
In'' DR. W. DAVID will give him all your love I A"aI..pntfIl1oc.lly. or| iluHon.hilly m n. d l br 1010"Rotl S nrlc 1 "I, 'J1tl'
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I not think the labor vain, nor hate me I '*10\,* ''ifYesI \(!:, it'J. .W"f;;!,)
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TULLER when come to call to take him back __-. ----------------------.' \ .:"\ ,"
direction of Jones Funeral!! \ home.'Mrs.'Louise CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS again say. "Dear?" I fancied Lord. Thy that will 1 heard be done.them", I want to learn more about The Village) "', ,. /'"Y'1,;-':.(; :', '",

!Goforth THE TEAM APPROACH For all the Joy thy child shall bring, Please send additional information.to: :., :.: ; :::,:.,;;,: : ,:
Mrs. Louise S Goforth 68,'of the risk of grief we'll run.Yes. Lord; .
..died Oct..14 at her1 CHIROPRACTIC CARE WHEN YOU NEED IT )'U love him til there's no more love .:::,?, 1.' :
Keystone residence,Heights following a (lingering Illness 24 HOURS A DAY .,1 DAYS A WEEK to give. We'll shelter' him with Name, '_ I'4 .' ,:.;,.,\: I:' "
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Born.NoV. '19,' 1919 in Troy,'Ala:, ..964-4957. HOUR DEEPERMOBILE : known forever grateful stay. But Zip . ,t Mrs: Goforth resided in Jacksonvillefrom t Offk.H..._,..suss.... ...,""...._. should the angels call for him soonerthan City Stat -
1955-73 and moved to Keystone -- ';;'.-- .._ "..... j we've planned we'll and brave the
bitter that to
Heights in 1986 from Troy, Ala. She understand.grief comes' try Phone Number ,
was a member ,of the'. Church of .- '
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in -- To All. A Compassionate Friend. Clip and Mall to: >a
'Starke, and ,a. retired College,Administrator .: "DcnJseV Mother.RutyHerscy The Village .'2801 N.W. 83rd Street Gainesville=32606 :I! ,
for Jacksonville: University
and Troy State University, .
Survivors include her, husband, HOMESPECIAL ,. ', '
Malcolm' E.' Goforth; a daughter .II ': "
Betty Nadeau of Keystone; a son, J!!! M '. .
Robert Goforth of Hazelhurst, Ga' !\
and a sister Edna Littles 'ofI' ,
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County deputies were 'upset because criminals were being lawful occupation. ,Judge Mickle Ronald Gene Davis was ,adjudicated

,,, upset Oct. 10 when the court released released. "The sheriff's! departmenthas said if Graydon was found guilty of a'' guilty lewd and lascivious
I a convicted thief. no direct bearing on who gets, 'violation he would be gone (back to assault and was placed on four years I
\ E 1 Also very upset were residents of prison time, in fact we are rarely prison),with no song and, dance probation with special conditions.
\ '" the south end of the county who felt asked
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,.: '::i,: Speed In jail. walks away, through no fault of law LAWOmCEOF
'\'{':,,, Since Speed's arrest last summer enforcement," said Reddish LANSING ROY
':" there have been no burglaries in the Speed was found guilty of burglary 310 S. Lawrence Blvd.
area and residents were just starting of a conveyance petit theft and was Keystone Heights[ FL 92650;
to feel relievedj placed on five years probation by 473.7256
Circuit Judge Stephan P. Mickle. He
When Speed was arrested in July, was also adjudicated guilty ,of' ANNOUNCING;
for dealing in stolen property), burglary of a structure and given GENERAL: PRACTICE OF LAW
4 I larceny of an auto and grand theft five years probation for that charge. "A Full Service Law Firm"
deputies were sure he was responsible iS Attorneys & 2 Paralegal
for at least 50 or 60 other rob- In other dispositions James Cbren-
beries, according to Sheriff Dolph zo Graydon entered a plea of guilty Divorce & Family Law Business Transactions,
Reddish.''These were good cases we Oct. 10 to the charge of. escape Trial Work Wills & Probate. Social Security Disability.
made on Speed yet neither the pro- Judge Mickle sentenced Graydon. fo Insurance Law Accidents & JnJurl .. Fire Losses.
,-- -- -- bation officer or the court asked for two years community control, Workers Compensation. Criminal Law (DUI Felony -
a recommendation from this department Graydon ,who is 24 from' Polk Misdemeanor Juvenile). Corporate and Business Law,
,, Big Weekend... ," said Reddish. County, has been In. prison most bf ,State or Federal Court. Zoning, Administrative'&
\',I / Third This is par for the course, said his life during the past six years. He Governmental Law Landlord Tenant Construction Law.
I ; Ii"t I-al14f'IU"I dancer: entertained the crowd at the Annual Stark
Reddish, who found during' his was also ordered to pay supervisor Emptoyer.Employee Relations, Wage''and Hour Law.
',': ',> Festival of the Art Saturday.Obituaries. 'poli lclng' (the average citizen was costs seek counseling and work at a Adoptions Non-Profit Religious & Churtlble Organizations ,

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' ': :'; Speed at his residence'Oct.
, : (: W; KennethL.Kimbrell Stevenson,Ala.; six grandchildrenand 17.Survivors. other relatives. ,
,,: ,' ', "., Kenneth L. Kimbrell, 59, of Lake three great-grandchildren. Include his daughter, Graveside' services Will hr"j"
' ,' .\',:' Geneva died Oct. 16 in Alachua Graveside funeral services were Mary Lee Archer of Putnam Hall; 'Saturday'Oct. 22 at 1 p.m. at Speed- ,
.'!:,:.::;,:,,' General''Hospital of Gainesville held Oct. 18 with Rev. Jimmy Coyle his sister,' Rose Lee Calloway of ville Cemetery underthe direction' of tY i
", ;..,( ,' following an extended illness, officiating. Arrangements ,were, Lake Butler; his brother, Julius Chestnut Funeral Home. 1 1q

I ",, ),,Y"'I',!,: Born Jan.'27,1929 in Jacksonville handled by Jones Funeral Home. Speed of Gainesville; seven gran
'. :. Mr.Kimbrell moved to Lake Geneva In Memory y
,'" in 1969. He was a sheetmetal In memory of .our 'Mom, 'Alr, ,r
,, foreman with Jacksonville ,Jerlene May Dommon who died this
.' Shipyards, a Navy veteran of WWII M.D. date,Oct.22?,1985 and is dearly misl

(," and attended the Starke Church of ed. ,i '
God. PEDIATRICIANannbunces The bummott Children I Pti

\,;' ,, Survivors include his wife; Daisy
',:, '; ((/t J),;< U. Kimbrell; a daughter. Nancy L. FLORIDATWIN
:iti' ,dl\St'! :') i I'',. ', Fox of Keystone; two brothers, the opening of her THEATRE'' y:
'\ "f ::1' LeRoy Kimbrell of North Carolina
, "'iv'd'lj'i', ', and David Earl Kimbrell of
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:, I"" held Oct. 19 with Rev.John Spratlin, ,:Primary Specialty: Newborns & Children: u:, .i oy
'" ;0,, Sr. officiating. Interment 'was in CLOSED Wed. & Thurs.
"Sellers Cemetery near Whitehouse Seconday Specialty:Adult Medicine, ,Starts FrI., Oct 21
., under the direction of Jones Funeral f
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t.. '. Mrs. Cornelia A. Miller, 25, 'of Mon. ,- Fri. '1-4; Sa'turd'ay'II-2 HOTEL ,
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Jh'I' t ,v-. Survivors include her 'husband After Hours: TOM BERENGER ,OBI) by CHIC and Acid Washed Riders by LEE,you

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{ ,, ;J,1: ''t' J'IIft'I t4lber!on\lo> !g" '' ';.. .... .,< __ L- ,,_ .. ,' two or three years old. The difference Is you

II Germany; and two ,both Ir" 301 DRIVE-IN don't have to wait two or, three years to get It*,
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'i "-1/'"/, Memorializetion for Mrs. 'Miller .
;, Starke 964-7484
" } \ t, will be by cremation with! burial at a Sunset Blues Diamond Washed!,by CHIC and>
.(!,'i:}" ''tA\' later date. Jones Funeral Home is in Fri. Sat. & Sun Acid Washed Riders by kEE becausejife:; Is too

", ,r)'".' charge of local arrangements. 'WHY THE WEST short to wait for your Jeans to grow !old. '
\ ... Available at '
,I'I" ;",.;;,:", George Miller Pub & PackageSR WAS WILD.YQUNGGUNS., FASHION STOP
: George Edward Miller 85, of the '
for all needs.
Starke, died Oct. 13 at his residence 21 N Keystone Heights 473-9718 your Jean
,following an extended illness. .
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, <1t'V\ : ,' ," Born Jan: ':31, l\03 in Erie, Colorado 'proudly present"HARDBODIES' Admission: FASHIONS:

;trth), (Ni\l"\ ,. ,Mr. Miller from Denver.moved to'He Starke 42 Adults....................... 9ge Starke 964-S772
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\YP1': years ago was a
, :;:"1\\ '. :" Church in Starke,a retired RADIO SOUND *
for the Denver Police Dept., a ,
' member of the,Masonic Lodge 160 of
,"' East Denver, and a lifetime member
,of Colorado Consistory 1. '
\ Survivors Include his wife, A-
", : '; ". Margaret Shepherd Miller': a son,
i I I, Jack E. Miller of Jacksonville; two VOTE -
grandchildren, James P. Miller of
San Diego, Calif., and Scott W, SHERIFF.t88 .
Miller of Jacksonville; and a great Thursday, October 2O,
/ grandson, George Jeffery Miller of -I VOTE -
... San Diego, Calif.Graveside Seating ,at 8 p.m. (or ,earlier) -
:' ;' funeral services were t '
"' .f, : :". held Oct. 15'' in Crosby Lake
, -; Show Starts at 9 p.m. .
Cemetery with Fr Gilbert (" ,
' ',' 'I' J Crosby 1
?",::I' ,,' (' ''officiating, under the direction of Cover Charge $5..00' J
" '\\'I";:'I"I:' Jones Funeral Home. You the VotersoCBradford: County have ,"
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,," '>: i" Mrs. Eliza Robinson .
.'.. ;",'.1'':',' Mrs, Eliza R. Robinson 84, of'' ,Join Us proven there":is' a :substitute for(1:: ,( ,> .

"I: ," ,' Melrose died Oct. 16 In Alachua .. ,
, "lrts,::; ." General Hospital 'of Gainesville desire' for better law .'''J. :
experience a
,; ,."', following a lingering illness. For'The Fun : ., ,(
:,.:'(,' '"' "' Born Dec. 31, 1903 in Stevenson '
I Ala., Mrs.. Robinson moved to ,enforcement', ,by voting' for. KENNETH. i\i\:f :
Melrose in 1934 from Palatka. She '

' ".;.,.' was Church a member and retired of owneroperatorof Eliam Baptist. NO MEN ALLOWED ''IN ETHERIDGE, the 'first and, secondprimaries. ",

Robinson Grocery in Melrose. '
Survivors include her husband, 'Until Show is Over! :
Elwell M. Robinson; two daughters, .
Martha Sue Dunk of San Diego' -r '


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964-7 76
CHEVY '/ TON 4x4 PARTS front and OUT OF AREA
WATER Pure. resh. DRINK 205 N
Amoiing T.mpl.'Stork.
n.w government registered discovery. THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS I ,rear axles. transfers, transmissions, : ; o. ,
Removes chlorine, pollution. Easy lnttollalion STOP FORESTS Wooded '
anywhere. lowest coat, Fr.. 'SOURS I 71 BUICK REGAL., ;looks good runs lot, river access, $5450 Each No I[ Cecelia Terwl llegar.
information CRYSTAL SPRING 3435, Alcoholics Anonymous 'gr.al. good tires, only $900 or best often money down $65 41 monthly Owner
Edg.cr..k, Houston Tx 77066. ,*4-41,SO or'*'.2000 Call 4731125. 5:30 a.m. 'to 9.30 236-4579: : or -622-2438:: 1/7TP We will take you through every stage of buying, a homerIncluding .
7)3.641-8655.fcar9' pd thru 12/29 p.m. 4lchg 10/20.11/10 OZARK MOUNTAIN SPORTSMAN
UNLIMIT YOUR LIFE Unllmit your Income CHAIN LINK PENCE: Installed Freeestimates ";'13 FORD RANGER: 4 ey)., 3 speed, SPECIAL foreclosure. pickup paymentsof Financing

with income: plan of the century HANDYMAN FENCE CO., AM/FM stereo AC. $2250 nego Must $99.82:: monthly S wooded acres Fulfill Your Dreams/
Often Imitated but n.v.r duplicated Owner Tommy Reddish. 964.8559 TF sell Call Wayne. 964.7044. Itchg 10/20 spring river frontage, water electric!
HOME REPAIR 111 TOYOTA TERCEL SEDAN AT PB, available. Great ?.,.HOMES..,.. ,
Th. Original I ,Free d"'oll.0.. 5018 ) painting. roofing. new hunting and fishing
West Blvd, Canton. OH 44716. fcan and tear off. Addition, remodeling blu.. Nothing down, take eve Call owner 1.800-331.2164. fcan LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS. PRIVACY, PRICED RIGHT I Keystone' beautiful ,
BANKRUPTCY $95 Stops garnishment, Thomas E. Lee Construction, .office. payment 964.5948 after. 4pm., 2tchg LIQUIDATING FLORIDA TIMBERLANDS: Spanish,style home, 3490*.f.. 10 acres:'sprinkler system:4 BR 2V ba, formal

law.ultl.and bill/ collector Complete 964.2852:: home 431 1675. 7/7TF 1020.27 Hamilton,County: 4,965 acres, $250 p/o IR, fully equipped kitchen. Ig. FR, brick fireplace, patio pool, ceiling fans. 2
preparation of all legal document, BULLDOZER WORK $40 per hour '71 VW RABBIT DIESEL} 1976 2802 whit' *. plus value of timber Baker County: 300 car garage, new roof toned Agrl.. 2o.ium. mlg $133000

Paralegals 1-800.444.7435, legal 782.3306. If no answer 782:: .3954. leave Coll J. Slater 7 3008.. after 6 p.m. acres Si. Marys River $950 pDixie A RARE FIND 3BR/2Bo, Concrete block stucco, energy efficient 1548 s.f..
Alternative, Inc fcan home and number 8 ':25TF: ,3tpd 10/20-27 County,35.000 acres, ,.c'lIenllncom. 1.09 Ac, CHSA carpet above-ground pool.. Priced to sell $ 62.000
PERSON WHO BROKE IN MY CAR lost WELL DRilLING. PUMPS C SERVICE: Ours '/t MAZDA B.2000,PICKUP: 40.000 miles, stream $45O p/o. Barron Strolher, STYLISH BRICK HOME: 601 Falrlane St., 3 BR.,2 !Ba, carpet,ceramic tile, CH4A

week 10/2/88 and Mole, my wallet, ronce Pump S Supply Co., Water .very dependable $2500 OBO, P.O. Box 7SS Troy Ala. 36081 appliances and blinds remain 1.364 s.f, $ 62.000 .
i Please mail my citizenship paper to. Systems Specialists. 864 N', Tempi 782.3768. let ring. Itchg 10/20 205.566.1870. 205.735.2442. Icon DlIpLIX12BRI2Ba. Bradford Drive $43900
Kentucky Fried Chicken c/o Gladys Ave. US 301. Storke, FI) 32091, 9, 81F W FORD RANGER XLTr loaded: Takeover AUCTION Friday, Oct. 28, 10 a.m, 386 207 ALVAREZ CT: 2 BR. 1 Ba frame. fenced yard 17,900

Rengering, Stork, Fl. 32091 NEED :TRACTOR WORK, mowing and harrowIng payments. 964 2520 Itchg 10/20 :acres, Cloy County, Georgia Huntingand N.W. 29th AVE. 4 BR. 2 boo stucco S frame. 20.7 acre*. CH&A $ 79.400
'DESPERATELY NO QUESTIONS ASKED $20 an hour. No fob| too large Coll' 73 FORD VAN 302 C.6 Transmission farmland. For complete information BETHEL CHURCH RD 3 BR, 1 bo, CB wood floors. 1185 s.f.. 5 acres $ 60.000 ,

JUST MAIL INI Itpd '10/20 Carlton' ,Croft, 964 6697. 'or Jimmy runs great 5600. 7BI.3159.:: Itchg 10/20 call Calvin Eubanks, Sales CONERLY ESTATES 3 BR, :2 ba, FP, I 1800 s.f., easy financing $ 82:: .000 ,

O Steen after 5 p.m.. 964.7387. Also 8N """"" Manager, 1.800-323.83B8. Rowell Realty CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft, on water,, 1 BR/1 1 Ba $ 90.000

R.V.s, CAMPERS Ford Tractor ,lot sale, good condition, NOTICE > Auction Company Inc. fcan GRAHAM 3/2.:: :2: .78 Ac.. 1930..f.. CH&A $85000
:Itpd: 10/1320: OCALA/MARION COUNTYr $500 down.
262 MYRTLE ST' 2/1. frame, newly ,remodeled CH&A $ 30.000
4 ''TRAVEL TRAILERS WILL BABYSIT In my home Man.Frl. $40 1 acre. paved roods or 5 and 10 acres 't
SO CHEAP! remodeled IBa .
CHIC SO 3BR freshly
per child 964.2864, 2tchg 10/13-20 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted neon Oklowoha River From $1500 per
'' ,PECAN SERVICES' machine harvesting to the Bradford County acre. I P.S. CORP. REAltOR, pointed new carpet 628 Pinewood St., Reduced $ :26: 900
21' FT. TRAVEL TRAILER: stove. heat crocking shelling and orchard' Telegraph office In writing and paid in 9046296101 fcon ROAD 2311-1. 2 story, CB 1 frame 3 BR 1'S 49.000''

refrig, toilet deep six, $1000 OBO. moint.nonce.'Also' custom tractor services advance unless credit is already FOR SALE. large house:big lot; Railroad 1205 BLANDING ST tB. 3/1 3/4 ba CHSA. 3/4 acre $ 45.000
782:: .3562:: :2tchg: 10/20-27: :: available. 9643210:: Itpd 10/20 established with this office, Avenue, Chlpley Fl. Across from new SMALL FARM: 3.83 Acres, from. 3/1.1532 s.f, $ 36.000

-, Will BABYSIT In my home Monday thru THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD farmer market and depot. $20.000 I HWY. 225: :2/1: frame, 3 stall barn newly rewired, 2 Ac. $ 32:: .900

BUSINESS'OPPORTUNITIES Friday. 964.6357, 2tpd 10/20-27 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN OBO. Will finance. 904.638.1035. fcan KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB: 3 BR T Ba, 1500 s.wood. frame $ 50.000
CLEANING ATTICS AND GARAGES- CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER ,SKI VAIL BEAVER CREEK Alpine chomplonship BROOKER: 3/2:: brick and frame, Shady Oaks S/D extra lot $ 44 000

Reasonable price. 964.3446, Ask tor THE TELEPHONE. Available for Holidays/ (on MENG DAIRY ROAD. :2: .:25: acres,3/1 CB,CHSA. so near $ 40,000 |

Pat. 4tchg 10/20-11'10 Classified deadline Is TUESDAY,NOON bus route, affordable). Rental Informolion ...LOTS t ACREAGE..J

1000 SUNIEDS CLEAN. ADJUST OR REPLACE wick for prior to Thursday publication call 303.476.0289 or 303.476 8662, LOT 9. GOLFAIR RD Country? Club Estates; 1.11 acres, Make an Offer $ 8.700
TONING TABLES Kero Heat, K.nory 10.5 k.rossne'elsq; Classified display deadline is TUESDAY Icon HWY; 325 10 acres joins Alachua County tine $ 29.900
Sunol.WOLFF Tanning Beds first class paint and body hop work for 5.00 P.M. Special Classified display. $10000
SlenderQuest Passive Exercisers '59 T.Bird. Alto taking bid for ceiling placement Is NOT Guaranteed :
ANIMALS & PETS MICHIGAN STREET:: Acres Inside $ 10.000
work MH. 964. Minimum for ads city
Call far FREE color catalogueSave on 7907 Itchg 10/20 charge classified isIS
to 50%, 1.800.835.3826. fcon :MATURE SOBER LADY will be companion words for $3 SO. then, IS cents for FOR SALE RD. 100 EAST: 1,37 acres, wooded and plotted $ 7,000 I
OWN YOUR errands each word thereafter : 9 acres, 105th Av.,;good investment $ 15.000 I
OWN APPAREL OR SHOE run or sit with your sick $1 billing charge
STORE, Choose from: Jean/Sport ''on. or homebound person 2 or 3 days a ,will be added to each. CHARGED FREE ADORABLE KITTENS to a good RD. 100 E: 12 acres plus fish pond wide open spaces $ 26.0001

,'swear ladies, men. children/mater ;week.' Have own transportation $25 ,classified ad home. ',473 1157. .after t p.m. Itchg PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.j 20.16 acres 3 well*:2 poles $ 90.0001
nlly, large sites,. p.titedanceweoroerebic per day. Call 964.2227. 2t 10/2027. ...r'.... 10/20, CROSBY LAKE LOT cleared 100'on water $ 198001
bridal lingerie or LAWN YARD WORK also cleaning WINDING TREE LAKE: Lot 246, Flo Frontier ,$ 15.0001

.accessories store, Add color analysis homes, businesses Reasonable rates ,.....COMMERCIAL......
Brand name: Liz Clolborne. Heolthtex, 'Call 964.3363 after 5 p.m. Itpd 10,20 '
Chous, lee St. Mch.LI. Forenza EXPERIENCED MOTHER'' of two will LOOKING FOR A DEALT Two prime acres.,301 S.. Reduced 10. $85,000
Bugle Boy Levi)"Camp B.v.rly'HIli.*. babysit in' my home Monday' .day ( .MATHEWS A.&LYm LOCATION. LOCATIONl This prime cqmm.rclallacatlon 507 W, Madison St.,
Organically Grown, lucia. Ov.r :2000: 6.30 a.m. to a perm Call. 964 6SS7. Itpd
could be converted to
directly across from WlnnDixie, yaurn..da. .
olh.... Or $13: .99 one price designed. 10/20 "s/yj'j/ @
multi-tier, pricing discount or family CHILD CARE I In ;my home,, maturereliable hcj.rd 964-4469 RD. 16 WEST: Four duplexes $130000
REALTOR SUPER COMMERCIAL) Greatiwo stdry building corner Call( 8 Walnut St.
shoe Retail unbelievable ; dependable, conveniently, ,
prices \N.hen selling real estate. why settle tor Idling the whole town when yiKi can tell the whole' worW
excellent live have
for top quality shoes normally priced located just off US 301 o"Rd", 227: 3198 f ';:clean, condition, upstairs,
from $19 ro $60 Over :250: brands 2600 9648522. Itchg 10/20 Listing Agent for VA Acquired Properties -Area I & 11 business downstairs Best location I Enterprise Zone Benefits 60.000.
styles, $17.900 to $29,900 Inventory/ CHRISTIAN FAMILY would like, to keep a 3.34 ACRES-301 South, 190' on 301, 94' toned commercial 96' toned

training;' fixtures, airfare. grand open* ,lady who would (like plenty of !love and MOBILE HOMES Lawtey 18 acres with 600 ft, Hwy. Open Rural small 1 BR home slnglewlde S CB bldg;,utility shed ,$ 62.000
,'Ing. etc. Can open 15 days Mr, car.: 964.5882. Itchg 10/20 a 1973 New Moon 12x6O.:: with opprox, ,129 frontage. lAKE BUTLERs 12 unit trailer park ,$ 55.000 I
Loughlin ((612)) 888.4228. Itpd 10'20 WANT YOUR HOUSE CLEANED lot the 10 acres North of Lawtey, 105th Ave. City: one acre on Laura St., room f for '301 SOUTH, 193 ft 301 frontage $ 85.000 I

DIET PLAN DISTRIBUTORSHIP available holidays? Coll 782:: .3338. 2tchg 10 20 2> '198 S Fleetwood $2>26. 3 BR 2 Ba, several r.'ld.ntlallots. THOMPSON STl 11 362 >.f., brick. Enterprise Zone, Benefits $ 80.000 I

:with low/ startup, cost and high profit CHILD CARE Certified, Teacher will keep CHSA. 1 acre near Bedford Lake City: 1.38 AC.. great office, location: 301 Nil.5 acres, MH hook up 2 bldgs :240: on 301;great value' '$ 37,0001

potential Dieters low'cost, and pro' children 2 years and up in my home. IM3 Fleetwood 52>24, 3 8R. :2: Ba City: SR 100: 3.5 acres, potential 301 NORTH: by Econolodge 165.01' on 301 $120.000 ]
j gr... .assufes your .ucc..". Coll, Monday'thru Friday Sept", thru June CHSA front/rear patio, dbl. car commercial development area 301 NORTH: approximately 190'x appro. 220' ,$1290001
1.!BOO" .727.9889, fcon Call for more Information. 964 8213. Highrldge ... ... .
garage Estates .
Itchg 10/20 KeystoneHts I HOMES t ACREAGE ---- -------- -T.-----

WILL KEEP CHILDREN IN MY HOME Mon. ,. many extra Celger. Rd.. :2100: ..t. brick veneer After Hours

Friday. 964-4393, Itchg 1020K FmHAl Several HOMES opprox. '1O acres, 4 BR. 2 Bd.'CHSA, Ann* Terwillegar Nelson w 473,7541
nice 3 BR 1V.
8 K CLEANING SERVICE; Commercial $23 ooa to $39 ooa ,," Ba_ .;, ." city water S gas, front porch with swIng John Longford-Master,,Approver. it 496-22911
1 to 2 ACRE LOTS and business, personal services. oColley Rd: :3BR. 2.Bo, 'CH4Agarage attchmt sunken living room, Pauline Randolph I SC t.;
References available, 964.4908.8.118EOW carport chain. link fence family' room with Ig. brick fireplace' Joy Thornton 9644223iaa
.$25O formal
DOWN yard, dining room, central vac
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=JJ system new Price reducedOwner
carpet. -
-5'. Clair $1.1 :2 BR. 1 Ba. CHSA, with I
Bayless Highway HOMES large family room. anxious to sell)

Owner Financing FOR SALE Walnut St., 3 BR. 2 ba CH&A. Ideal brick Union home.Ctyr:. ,135 acre, 2700 iq ft, 1rJ a Hosted by,

...,........... .-.- for the large family. Singles Connection
-CR 225: 3 BR. 1 ba, CHSA on 1 acre' BUILDING LOTS
Land -WellS THREE BEDROOM 1 Bath frame home
.2% bcres of on near lawtey for the out.of,towner*. little lake Santa Fei 100x160 ft, lot
countryside. located South
new septic tank, approved for well :t r
ptic'Tank of Storke Owner financing available, LAND.i :
$30.000: Call Randy, '473,3067. 2tpd :SR. 100 At Six Acre*. power ource to 'lot

10/2027:: OfI 30 wooded 8.90 ac, w/we II'' Two Story House, Remodeled; very Ne '
:431-1941 Anytime 2 BEDROOM I bath home No credit: S ..p'IC" nlct. 1\ 1us1G et

$2.000 down assume mottgogu
964.4889. 2tpd 10/20-27: Bob: Mathews, Realtor Andy Jordan Associate GO Singles Dance ellcttg

r 441 W. Madison St.. Starke I
Holiday Inn WestGainesville

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,ERA ,Faulkner Realty, Inc. > Designated Appraisers ./ Home / Lots./ Acreage ./ Waterfront :

V Full Service Real Estate Office
Located Mwy.:301 .2 blks.. S'. of SR 100, 221 Lafayette St. P ur /Farms ./ Commercial
Appraisals for Residence Farm Commercial Business .__

*GORGEOUS HOME ON CRYSTAL LAKE Three levels' jocuzxl. -
gust opartrnent '
ST. CLAIR STREET 2BR/lBo From., AC Unit, Heater, 10x24 ,Screened I
3 fireplace, many other extras Call for private showing .
S Refit 112x310 $29.700.
Porch. ,
2 family room. Access to CRYSTAL LAKE Refrl wWell
ON THE WATER : 3BR/2Ba CB 8 Cedar, CHSA. Stove. < Dishwasher
BEAUTIFUL HOME with over :2000: square feet, POOL. .TWO BEDROOM. I 1 both with kitchen; appliances ,
B ,
*4 45 ACRES. Hwy 100 West. $9,900,' Septic. >
In Storke J275/monfh/y/ ; i Frame Good ,
.*CHOOSE YOUR OWN COLORS in this new 3 BR, 2 Ba home on one acre. '
Stove Refrl $5.700.
*LOT IN TOWN, 3100. Water ft. sewer available
PEACE I QUIET 2BR/I Bo CB. Larg. Living.Dining Room Family Room, Kitchen .
*WE HAVE HOMES IN TOWN with price under 30000. Financing available.., A Few of Our Many Listings .
w/Breokfost Nook. CH4A Enclosed Garage. Well > Septic 3 Ac.
*HWY. It EAST 3 with well, ,needs be checked .
acre light to
septic pole by
I Health Dept. 12000. *2 FARMERS HOMES LEFT 0 Down 9'*% for 33 y.ars. ONE ACRE OF PRIVACY 4BR/2Ba:: Brkk, living 6 Dining Room. Large Eat-' |
CONVENIENT TO TOWN: 3 BR. 2 Bo. 411 Laura. S37.SOO. In Kitchen Sewing Room or Private Office, Fireplace, CH&A.Well a Septic.
BETWEEN STARKI a KEYSTONE I with 14x52 mobile home mo.i fur-
acre ,
-2 KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE LOTS both only 5000. HWY. It EAST 3BR/2Bo.1988 Doublewide CHA.2.Inch Well Septic 1.26 j jAcres.
mlture with sale. 17900.
.. .
goes *l ACRE MOBILE HOME LOT with septic on Hwy. 16 West '
*COUNTRY CLUB AREA Immaculate 3 BR. :2: Bo brick v.n..r,fireplace. patio;. '
vertical blinds, double beautifully t acre partially wood., 'IN STARKE. Over 1300 *.f,, CB, close to everything only 28000. HWY. 301 NORTH Two-Story Block wi Living Area Upstairs, 6400 SF, 3.7 .
ed. Mid $70sLAWTSYt garage landscaped QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD Excellent frame home. large lot, In Slarke, $28:: .000. Acres.

1 ACRE with well and .septic $7,900, WOULD YOU BELIEVE' 65 plus acres for only SISOO per acre Highway. frontage., 6.92 ACRES :2BR/1Ba: Frame t ,3BRY2Bo Doublewide t. New ,

,*IAWTEY 5 3/4 ACRE,, $14.000.LAWTEY I or SR 100 West '_ w/Flreplace,; CH&A." Patios ( Carport Large Workshop W', ptic. .
> I 3/4 ACRE. -STORY BRICK CEDAR; 4 BR, Tf Bo.;2368 *.f.. CHSA range ,..f'f.ow. Owner Financing.

.PINEHAVEN :2: BR, 1 bath partially closed In garoge for 3rd BR. new roof opprox. 72:: acres, planted pines, pond and pasture Will divide. OLD FASHIONED FRAME 4BIII1BoLorg. living S Dining Rooms, Large .
BRICK, 3 BR 1 % Ba. CHAA, 1300 .f. In Starke. fenced backyard.
and new insulated windows. over s Porches, large Lot w/Shade Tree. City Water t Septic Tank, lowtey.
ALMOST NEW DOUBLEWIDE on 40 acres, good land. $85.000. NEW RIVER 2BR/I 1 Ba SW Mobile Home In Excellent Condition. Well I Sep. '
*2 RENTAL UNITS On* :2: BR and one 1 BR. completely remodeled in 1987, Income
$525:: month or live in on. and rent the other BRICK 4 BR, IVt bo;Ralford area. on 1 ocr.. tic. 9.5 Acres $26:: .000, land Only $22.000.
per .LARGE 4 BR. 2 ba; on 3 acres, hwy. frontage,'only $51,000. HANDY-MAN SPECIAL Two-Story 3BR/2BO Block a Fro..... '
*WALDO 3 BR 2 bath home, large family room with flr.plac.lacuzzl, nice
.DUPLEX IN STARKEi rental Income $550 only 25000.
per k '
screened In porch an Iocr. with beautiful and oak trees .
POULTRY FARM & RESIDENCE, pullet farm fully equipped on 8 acres, SELECTED PROPERTIES
*WALDO 1. BR, I bath remodeled 1988, kitchen equipped, shaded lot. "
HWY 325 Si 3 BR, 1 3/. bath brick veneer, CH4A. on I acr. with beautiful very close to Starke, Exc.llenllncorn.. Call for mar. information.. I.S ACRES 2.Inch Well, Power Pale:'Owner Financing. Good Terms.. '
LAWTEVi, close to school 3 1'/, Ba ,., almost
BR. ,
city wa new.. Limits
t oak trees. 6 ACRES Inside City Frontage on Hwy 100, City Water/Sewage.
IN TOWN. 4 BR bath lot chain fence LAKE BUTLER city water C .sewer big lot nice frame home. Wells Tank Planted
2 on nice with link 20 ACRES T W Mobile Home w/Stove Refrl. 2 Septic ,
'*JUST OFF HWY. 225t 3 BR. 2 bo nice kitchen appliances' including slave,, LANDt, 35 ACRES on paved road nice poj.rty.! owner financing Pine

refrigerator, dishwasher, washer a dry., $31,000. ,"FRAME HOME, B.outiful..tting with pecan trees, on 2 acres, paved rood 45 ACRES -. Breaker, Will Divide, Owner Financing w/Good Term
HAMPTON OAKS Beautiful brkk home on I S8 acres, 2300*.f.,excellent water 10 ACRES < Will Divide. Pecan Grave. Well a Septic. Owner financing.,

DEERWOODt Development with deed restrictions, over 1600 s..., Immaculate. 1 ACRES Good Commercial location Hwy,-,16W. '
BEAUTIFUL BRICK H.OMIi' over 2.000 sq. ft.. Crystal Lake access. REDUCED .
Call One of Our Professionally I ACHE Zoned for Mobile Home,
5 ACRES Hwy 301 South

Trained Staff Today..964-5O69 ,COMMERCIAL ONE-HALF ACRE Zoned for Mobile Home

Downtown Stork, 2 Sforej. Pre enfJy Occupied LOT"ON HWY. Ml SOUTH Good Business location. '

Good Income Call for More 'Info I LAKE GENEVA Large Lot. 100 ft. lake Frontage. '
After Hours Call These Realtor Associates! ; LAKE LOTS Crosby A Sampson Owner financing.

e Irene L. Faulkner....,964-5142 Call Us About 2 CITY LOTS. Northeast Section: '
-J Darlen Godwin..461.2503 I LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast Section ol City.If i
Michael Cation....,964-6222

Darlene Godwin......460-2503 We Invite Inquiries, On Our Other Listings MAKE YOU NEXT STOP AT ACCHWATEDAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'

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YARD SALE In Rallord turn left at coup REACTIVATE YOUR LICENSE:' call todayto ', GENEVA Mobile Home Pork, LOT FOR SALE en Washington lake I-3-S-10-20 ACRES or larger for sale GOVERNMENT HOMES; from $1 (U
lion light 8th house on l.lt. All Item discus .exciting and rewarding Keystone. Partially furnished, from Huron Court In Big Tree lakes sub' New two bedroom 2 bath doublewlde repair). Delinquent ,tax propertyRepossessions. .
'shown on porch. So com, rain OP career In real estate: Century 21 $135 month Call 4737566. 20tpd, division. $15,500. Call 813992.1657.Slpd ., on one or more acres Two bedroom Call 1(805)6876000..xt. ( ) ,
hlne.. Friday Saturday, Sunday, 9-5 Showcase Properties, Inc., 473-4903, 7/21-12 102OI117FIVE mobile home for 'rent. Coll 496-3939, OH-1136, for current repo list
p.m. 4tpd 10/13-11/3 Betsy Jo Manor, Broker.;4tchg 10/6-27 I BR COTTAGE near library furnished LOTS IN CLAY COUNTY near days, 454-1599 evenings, tfn/chg. 9/22 Btpd 11/10
HAMPTON h iM. PTO YARD SAL on EASY WORKI! excellent poyl' Assemble AC. $240 mo. lake privileges. Keystone Hts. $10,000 for all five low 9/15 THREE BEDROOM MICK HOME Central
school ground, Friday, Oct. 28, 9 a.m. product at home. Coll for Information. 473-496V, 10/6 tfnchg down payment, owner finance. ,heat and air, lorg. corner lot. chain.
101 'P.m:2'pd 10/30-27 504.641-8003 ext.. A-9S79. 4tpd 10/6-27, J M/I'/i BA lake view with access, 4/73-2566. 2tchg 1013.20SERVICES.. FOR SALE link fenced yard. TB'x20' screened
SATURDAY. OCT. 22, 9-S p.m, Go North BABYSITTER, need mature dependable large lot CH/A. $350 month plus proch. In-ground pool with spa 12'x12'wooden

301 to Textile Town turn right. Second person with lots of love for fussy 1 year deposit, furnlshedVec-unfurnlshecUWIIt t \ .. ..- storage born. Many extras
trailer en right, hod 10/20 old. Reference required. 964.8629 consider selling 4733940. 4tchg CORN FED BEEF for freezer One-half Call for'' Jnformation-oppolnment
MOVING SALE 6 pc. living room with'' 2tpd 1013.20HAIRDRESSERS 9/29.10/20 T beef to be butchered. For more Information / 496.3720. ,10/13 3tpd. 10/27
queen size bed. $500: 4 choirs, table WANTED: apply In per- MOBILE HOME 2 BR/t% BA. large kitchen cell 496-3981. Itpd 10/20 I. ---
and china cabinet $200; 3 pc. bedroom son. ,1252-C South Walnut, South 3Q1 and living area. Clean very SEWING MACHINES CLEANED oiled and 10'xJ suite. $300; 20 cu. ft. r.frlg with Plaza 964-4090. Itchg 10/20 private, conveni.nt.$300, per month, adjust tension In your home Special cellent condition. Sear refrigerator,
(comaker, brand n.w. $600; stereo FUEL OIL DRIVER, full.time. Register Oil $300 security deposit. W.I. Stanley $14.95. Repair all brands. Work, 16.0 cu. I ft. frost-free, $245.00. Excellent .
with A 8 track $100 4734161. 2tchg 10/20-27 guaranteed. 473-7862 10/6 tfnchg condition Electric range, THREE BEDROOM HOME Separate dining
cassette .
; Co. 308 S. Thompson St, 9645888Stchg .
microwave $75, cabinet $15. Call 1020.113HAIRSTYLIST SALE OR RENT Slnglewlde mobile homeon MATURE lADY .,wlll sit with elderly In '30-Inch, Magic chef $175. Excellent room large family room. Central heat
964-8863: from 6-9 Itpd 10/20 Deer Springs Lake. Unfurnished. No their home, daytime only Call ,condition. Call 496-2625 ,'l.av.message and air.Large lot. Call 431-1046\ ,after 9p
p.m. WANTED with
good personality .. ,m. Itpd 10/20
10/20 475 2336 3tchg 10/13-27 .
GARAGE SALE Sat., 9am. 1198 Ea.fCall pets.
to rent a chair In a salon. THREE BEDROOM HOUSE with fenced
1 BR-2'A BA HOUSE CH/A $350.'one CLEANING ,SERVICE Quality home
St. ,
Playpen baby
vacuum Clientele, preferred. 96A.6177. Itchg yard and :lake Butler. 1.8 miles'from
3436 garage
Beautiful cleaning service* 475- 4tchg
bath tube awing mug and manyother 10/20 month deposit required .. RMC $375 month and $200
: a
items.' Itpd 10/20 THE CITY OF STARKE Fire Department I 1s, shaded lot. 'lake Bedford. 473-3940./ PROBLEM 10/20.11/10 WITH DAY CARE Worry no LAND FOR SALE, security deposit Call 496-2625, If no
YARD SALE! Saturday 10/22 9-S p.m. now accepting application for positionof 2tchg answer; leave message.NOTICE. I
morel' V.ry reasonable rate* Oak
Lift choir, crib, tools, afghans, guns, Firefighter. Must be high school MELROSE AREA: 2 BR furnished mobile Forest 6 hours 1 20
Rd area a m -6 p.m. (Meg ) TO ACRES near Worthington Spr / -
clothes, much ,
Old Lowtey
more graduate and prefer: Certified $185 plus deposit. .
home 1 acre.
Mon.-Sot. 473 0414 Itpd) 10/20 ings. Improved pasture, pond some
across from Laura Baptist Church (NE
Firefighter Apply City Hall. Merrell 9/29 10/20 '
I,684"6634Alehg hardwood
11th St), 3rd place on lelt. Itpd 10/20 P... Office, Itchg 1020COMMERCIAL DOORS DRAGGING? FLOORS SAGGING trees. Starting at $1,750 peracre. -,
Call 496 0071 after 9/29
SATURDAY ONLY N..d to sell ""* ? HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL Call '- 6pm. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub-'
everything." Clothe, B/W 'TV, MOBILE HOMES LoRu. Leveling Service for, oil yourfoundation 4tchg 10/20 mined to the Union County Times office .
miscellaneous.. Turn by Powell's then repairs Keystone, 'In'writing and paid In advance
right on Clark. Itpd 10/20 PROPERTY BIG FAMILY SPECIAL -28X70,14 BR/2 BA A73.7721..1/II1'. ) LOST/FOUND unless credit I I. already establishedwith
GARAGE SALE: Grlffis Loop Clothes, with family room. Only $22,995 or as, this office.THE .
maternity clothes, washing machine, RENTLEASESALECOMMERCIAl low as $225 per month. Uncle Roy's, FOUND TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
Mixed breed dog. Reddish color.
dry., odds ends. It 10/20 Ocala. 1.351.8514.tchg 10/6-27 MISCELLANEOUS' RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
'Call 1o identify 496-3103 or 496-2406/
furniture, books, Christmas It.m."op' mobile home. No hidden cost. We ( THE TELEPHONE.
Downtown Starke. $200 monthly" Can PACK RAT Buy sell and trade collectible
pliance and much mar. 8 am. to 2, remodel to Suit, at Negotiable price. finance Untie Roy's, Ocolo, items and antique Used furniture, Classified ,deadline I I. MONDAY. 5

p.m. 508 Legion T.rrac. (behind new Phone 964.6305, John, 1f\m\ 13518514Alchg 10/6-27 glassware, jewelry and much more. P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
Win; Dixie). It 1 -i I Minimum Is 15 words for$3: .50,
10/20 FOR RENT Office,space oc retail solo L j Come see for yourself. One mile east MOBILE HOMES charge
BIG YARD SALE Fri < Sat. 9 til. Baby area Downtown Starke, S3OO pet HELP WANTED of Keystone Heights on Highway, 100 then 15 cents breach word thereafter,
clothes, women and lots more. Look month. Call 964.6305, John, TF 473-2183. ,10/6 tfnchgCARSTRUCKSBOATS FOR SALE ( '
for sign. Approx. 2 miles South of, FOR LEASE: 1250 sq ft, 301 South acioss, PERSONAL CARE ATTENDANT 'and YARD SALE
Drive-in on SE 33rd Ave Itpd 10/20, from new t KOA/Walmort Also 2000 sq evening cook. A15-2108.21chg 10/20-27 19M DOUBLEWIDS MOBILE HOME ..

ft for lease. Call 964-8848, 964 8447. or I Assume payments. Three bedrooms, 2
,evenings 4733627. B/4TF (l YARD SALES 19.. CHEVY S.10'ILAZER..A wheel"drive' baths, fireplace. Call 496-2734, after 6 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, OCT. 31ST and l
22ND Clothes and misc. SRI 21 north
LAND FOR SALE OFFICE SPACE, 500 sq ft''; for rent, ,on 5 speed AC, PS/PB, 47.000 miles, excHlent p.m. Itchg. 10/20 'see signs Itpd. 10/20
Hwy 301 Starke Apply at Durrame RUMMAGE t BAKE SALE AMVEt Post condition. $6700. .
475 2752
""""" TWO FAMILY large m.n' clothe, some
Pump S Supply, 964;7061. B75TFLOSTFOUND 86. Brooklyn Boy Rd. Something for
10/6.20 ,
evenings 3tchg r MOTORCYCLES furniture and miscellaneous items
BY OWNER 3 acres on Forsyth Rd. 350 ft. Nov. 5 from 94. 473.7951. ,
frontage. $3,500 per ocr., Also 6.80acres 3tchg 10/20-11/3 .- Saturday, Oct 22, 8 o.m. III 12 noon.
SR238 I 1/2 miles west of lake Butler.
for $2500 per acre, Call ,YARD SALE Keystone Country Club HOMES FOR SALE 1912 HONDA 100 XR$250.Call 431-1433. Yellow brick house Itpd
on right
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10pd Estates Balboa Ave. Oct:22 from 8 5. Itchg 10/20 10/20 \
,100 ACRES, six room house and barn. LOST AMP SAILBOAT with rudder and Childrens clothes sixes 1.3T, toys, Rood LEASE OPTION/SS50 MO.
Owner will finance $2000/Acre. center board White hull yellow trim 1 Patrol XK. one man sail boat 473:)023. WILL SACRIFICE
Phone 964-7771 or 964.4537. 10/20TF Disappeared lost w.ek ,from shore in Itchg 10/20 Georgeout new 3/2.;1800 .q. It, CH/A':( )
2.87 ACRES, save almost 7000. Buy |lust front of home on Southtide of Lake: 3 FAMILY'YARD ,SALE to 'be, held family, ,room. fireplace, living room.
over Clay County line near Country Geneva, Altermon Rd. Call il you hove 10/21-22/88. Furniture''lawn mowers; Will apply $200 a month towards pure {.
Club on Main,' St. of Starke.. $8610. Information or boat, 475.1428", 2tc'Hg' .dishes, clothes ft lot of misc. Flint dirt !chase. Negotiable ,T.398, .4374. 2tchg I
Owner financing.: ,,782.3333.' Mark, 10/13-20 rood past Gizmo' on ,Hwy 100 E, ,10/20-27 "
2tchg .10/? champagne color collar with name"Buttons' 2 FAMILY Furniture, clothe and lots of lake Estates.: 3 BR, 2 Bo CB horne
.. ,' lost In area of 29th Ave:'SBrownlee misc. Keystone Oak Drive, off ,100.,8 screened porch carport lake access.* STARKE RADIATOR &
Rd. 964.8699 after. S, p.m: o.m,..) p.m, Itchg 1020WANTED' tor swimming $43.5OO. LOVORN, .REALTY : TRANSMISSION. INC.
BARON OIL COMI'ANY .Itchg 10/20 : I 473.3254. llchg 10/20 .-

Will Open a New, ''......... .-. Heater. &Specialist Radiator' Repair"

SheD Oil Food MartIn WANTED .-. .-,. SEARS (LT10 mower for, ports, tall Heater Cores 0 Water Pumps farts
Downtown Starke ,4737413 4tchg 10/6-27 FOR SALE
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the Week' Oct. 17 Please writ. P. O. Drawer,280, Storks' 'SINGER AUTOMATIC completely System Inspection)

Fla. 32091. 4/7TF ElectGERALD overhauled, like new, guaranteed
We are accepting WILL TRADE 2 bedroom 2 story home"HI' Cost $689 will take$250 or payments of Best FUc In Town To sCorner A Leak!

Applications for Storke for highway or lake frontage W, 1$28 mo. with good credit RH Sewing 964-681O 301*SR18 ]
& Part-Time property In Keystone. Call! ,4733627evenings. Center 473 7862. 10/6 tfnchg "

, tr:::::..:.' ,PosItions.pet1tIve. BASEBALL: .. CARDS, WANTED: old andnew. I Florida House orJ eprescntativerjDistrict : loy-a-way, original price $689,'balance
473.95J3iy 2tche1013
Coll'iorryv of .
Pay' due $400 or payments $28 ma with
-20 21 good credit. Still In carton. R.H. Sewing, 1
and Benefits. enter. 473-7862. 10/6 tfnchg
SCHOOLSUNITED The People'sCandidate SOFA AND LOVESEAT Contemporarystyle David Lawson Paint & Body Shop
Avrily 210 S.Temple Ave.. for like new. Originally $800 asking
.Starke EffectiveRepresentation' $280 for both'473.3896.,2lchg 10/20.27 Insurance Collision WorK -Free Estimates"CR
TRUCK: MASTER. Truck Driver POOL TABLE. for sole, excellent condi-
Phone Training. D.O.T, certification, lob tion. White Sands lake, 7000 Bright 229 NW 28th St, StarKe 964-6133
placement assistance, financial, old ---- Water Dr. Itchg 10/20
available, corr..pond.nc.r.sld..n.training. FRESH RIVER SHRIMP caught doily tor
Dedicated Concerned
accredited ,member NHSC freezer 10 pounds more 284.9755,
R. V. DURRANCE Coll toll-free T-800-346-3112' :Head, Bradford ..' Cloy 4tpd 10/20-11/10 .. -- .

> 'quarters: Cleorwater, Florida. trait, PROM DRESSES .' like new, ,sizes 5.9.. YOU HOOK -'YOU COOK! -
PUMP &SUPPLY SECURE A CAREER In the aviation high Democrat N....44r 4/13.0136.'2tchg 10/2027 I .
pay Industry ,day/night classes, i college Hand-Fed Channel Catfish
credits, financial aid, job place
m.nt. Detail call free 1-800,877.2232,
Well DrillingRotary 'ext. 127 in Florida. Icon C* Triple H Fish FarmCALL ,

2.'to 6"

t> Chiropractic Center

PumpsAll Keystone Heights"Office FOR SALEb-

'.Ir TRAINTO BE A 260B. S. Lawrence Blvd. cjj7t, :Fill Dirt, Top Soil

PROFESSIONALSECRETARY 473-7213 Large or Small Loads of Llmerock

& o Tractor, Work '.' Backhoe Bulldozer #'


e EXEC. SECRETARYStart PAIN CONTROL 4 INJURIES 964-6182 ,- 964-5823 e 964-6095

Headaches Wart R UI4
locally full time/part time. SrorlsPtfSOMl
Learn word processing and related o Neck & Arm

Your Plumbing Parts.. secretarial aklUs. Home study and Mid Back 4 A.,. Aocld.."
resident training. National Low Back &
headquarters, Pompano Dcach. F1. .
964-7061 ((m.
,864 N. Tempi Av.., Starke t, DR. RICHARD C.TULLER From .

Nights o.W M k.>nd. Dlv. of A.C.T. Corp. CHIROPRACTIC'CARE'WHEN I y1; $199DENMARK .
964-7578 i Accredited Member,,


AFFORDABLE! A DAY,- 7 DAYS AWEEK 434 VV. Call Street 411 W. Madison Street
''L.H.E.. ADartment ; 964-5826 964-5827

'922 E.Bro1VDlee St. : Office Hours: Mon, Frl 8OO 5: O Sat 8O: () liOO'It

Camp Blanding Rd.Swken.3209t Train to be a Mon-Frl 830-6:00 p.m. Sat. by Appointment s A Fuel You Cun Uo Heller At Denmark Kuriiitur.LHKE .


964-7133 e TOUR GUIDE


,family Now taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bet oom units.These
locally full time/part time. FENCE & ALUMINUM'Chain'Link
d oriented, with' Train on live airline computer all-electric units are spacious; with lots of closet space and all have

" Home study and Resident training wall-to-wall carpet crapes. and kitchen appliances. On-tlte laundry |
", laundry Wood & Farm Fence
!latl..h Pompano Bch. Ft :
1 qn. facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified applicantS

", ,playground and large a.JOU -c. FIl'fANCIALAlDAVAlJABLt- : Keystone Heights ,. '100 West For application and Information/
JIO'SINQ! Please see us at
Lowe, Incotn.Sea. ., A.C.T. TRAVEL: SCHOOL I 1005 SW 6th Street

'Screen'Rooms'e lake Butler. Fl 32054' Nsr ire
8, Housing 432 3OO4fcccraeftted
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Rents for 30' of Your Car.Ports' Or Call 496-3141

Income 1 If you puaJj.fy Membrr NM9CIElixson

[.-, II Ia e ,Mobile Home

o Skirting Now Leasing

) .:. Wood Products, Inc. Roof-.Qvers: Forest Park ,Apartm&. is

An apartment complex designed for moderate :4 i..
,Awnings Income families..No rental assistance ? .t'
Cypress Mulch Pine available. Attractive I lit 2 DR/1 Da apts.., ,, : :' -1'
__ SATISFACTIONGUA.R.ANTEED range refrigerator. Carpet, central heat & air, "" \. =.:, .
You Pick Up or We Deliver patio and laundry. Free water ewer tt ,

garbage. Rent $185. $220 minimum/Two
''We Also Have Red Heart' Cypress Lumber r- complete handicapped apartments avail.

473-7676 Foe Information/Application! _
J'onet Perk Apartment*.778 ME: lot Lake Butler 33OM
964-6649 ,- (gOt)49&M38 L IL 0.


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MIUTHERN apartment application VILLAS$199'OF and for STARK J, $219& 2 I I.bedroom now month accepting VOTE!!!

,CHtA fully equipped kitchen, cable
'eady.64.7295-or 964-4214. 5/26TF

__ FOR SALE BRAND NEW 3BR, 2 bath house, large
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low at RADIO SHACK COMPUTE, Model 3, modern kitchen with appliance and .

$14.99 per month. Call 964.6946. TF 38k, printer, modem, lots of accessories. BIO FAMILY SPECIAL 28x70 ,.4BR, 2 ba pontry, sliding glass door < patio
NEWSPAPER PLATES aluminum, $375 Good for beginner, with family room. $22,995 or at low 01 large closets, private master both DRr1W1Na '
measure 24x36" $.25 each Great for 964.4889. Itpd 10/20 $229 per month, Free credit approvalby garage with extra storage quiet shaded TCOOM I
patching and repairs, TELEGRAPH, 135 S PC TWIN BEDROOM SET also 1977 phon Undo Roy*, 1-351.8514. lot, nke neighborhood with lots of
W. Call S;. 964.6305. TF ,Honda Civic. 964.8464,''offer 4 ".m. 4tchg 10/6-27 trees. 5 minutes from hopping, *
ALICIA HAY In roll und.r born Delivery 2tchg 1020.27PRESSURE 54U DOWN I I. all you need to buy a nw :school: $490 month plus deposit. 1
available, Arthur Catkins, 782-3727. TREATED PINE 2x6x10 $3.10, 14 wide mobile home. W (Inane*. Call year lease. 9648073. 9/1 TF
S/26TF 2x6x12 $4.25; 2x6x16 $589 Stephen 1-351-8514. 4tch 10/6-27 CLEAN IN TOWNS 2 Bit house, CH&A. The term drawing room !isa
SEAT LIFT CHAIftSt ,If you're a Medicare Smith Lumber'468.2624. 10/20 HI4 fLEETWOOD OWl shingle roof, 3' carpet no pet. Adult preferred. $235 shortening of the word
recipient with a qualifying'' condition, GALVANIZED ROOFING good quality by BR, 2 Bo CHSA.FP, dlihw rang.. Call month plus security deposit Call withdrawing. for the roomto
call toll free number for more Informa.. Reynolds. Off, $5.41), 10 ft $6.76: 12 ft. after 6 p.m. Weekdays. 'onytlmo 964.6680 view. 9/8TF after 3 pens. for appointmentto which guests withdrew.
tier 1-800-4454174. icon $7,95. Stephen Smith Lumber weekends 473-3850 2tpd 10/13-20
HANDMADE OLD FASHIONED Grand 468.2624. 10/20 BRIGADIER DOUILEWIDIt 3 BR; 2 boo BALDWIN VILLAGE APTS now taking applications
ma's old apron quilt, door stop granny VINYL SIDING $59 per *q. .ft. Colors }pllt plan, fireplace. OW. CH&A., far I 1 2 BR apartments
rats, etc.:. Morgan, Rd. Hwy, 16. available Free do-it-yourself booklet und.rpnding. $9000 964-4402. or, ,CHSA, fully equipped kitchen, drape NOTICE! '
2669594. Equal Housing '
964.8733. 9/29TF with purchase Stephen Smith lumber, 9647138. Itchy 10/20 Opportunity
OAK WOOD FOR SALE 533-2474 9/29TF 4682624.. 10/20 MM CHAMPION! ouumobl VA loon, 9/I5TF e Did You Sell Your Property?
IBM SELECTRIC reconditioned, 30 day GUN CABINET holds 6 front IAWTEY APARTMENTS now taking application "'8 Do You On
guns gloss $215 ,ma. '''x66, 3 BR, 2 Bo; AC. gal e Receive Payments a
$200. D, Martin, 964.7529. and 2 for 1 2 BR apartments.CH&A ,
guarantee. glass lighted and locking heat 40 gal. water heater, extra In' fully kitchen, Mortgage or Agreement for Deed? .
equipped drapes
4tpd 10/13-11/3 storage space $125 nego. 964 8015. lulatlon. Coll eves and weekends, e Wouldn't You Rather Have ALL
SEVERAL ITEMS 'living room couch Itchg 10/20 9642641. 2tpd 10/13-20, 782-3531"* New management. Equal.
chair, box springs a mattress, kitchen, FOR SALE; sewing machines new and used 1913 SINCLIWIDt mobil ham, 2 BR Housing_ Opportunity. 9/.15TF. Cash Now? Details18OO5454991
Fred Farnsworth for
table and chair Will a.ll reasonable. home and Industrial', Baby.lock fireplace, cathedral coiling, ceiling 'WO BEDROOM mobile ho...,. Loll
4732566. 2tchg 10/13.20 'sergerf, flat beds, free arms Simplicity font, concrete steps, furniture. Call 964.8614 or 9645768. 4tchg 10/6-27
ATTENTION GUN COLLECTORS I Rem machines, Strickland Sewing 782.3807 days or 964.5838 eve. Itpd TWO BEDROOM HOUSE CHaA. 'very Inverness.
ington Model 51 j 380 automatic ,In Machine' & Repairs. Hwy. 16 S ?23 10/20 nice Call 964-6680.4fpd 10/6.27 Lie Mtg. Broker FL
original box with original owners (Morgan Rd.). 9648733. 10/20TF RENT-BUSTIR MOBILE HOMEr land THREE BEDROOM. ''/ both mobile -"
manual. Gun In ,excellent condition. SEVERAL ITEMS double bed with available from $299 per month. Hughes home on Criffi Loop, furnished, cen .
$350. 473-2566 2tchg 10/13.20 canopy. Innersprings 8 mattress, $200 Mobile Homes US 301, Stark, tral heat window' air, NO, PETS Call '
WOLFF TANNING BEDS 24 lamp $1995. or trade for: daybed 9 ft. :stereo 9646401. Itchg 10/20 after 6 p.m.. 964-8705, 964.8970, PINE, FOREST APARTMENTSNow
Toning Tablet starting at $6495.00. cabinet, brought back from Japan .LESS THAN 10% DOWN on all new 964 4430. No calls before 10 a.m, on'
Body and Facial Wrap, Active Wear $150 Night' tables $5 each; 964 4324. doublawlde homes. Hughes Mobile Sat Sun; please. 21103.20ONI
lotion and Accessaries, Saunas. Itpd 1020WEDDING Homes,,US 301, Starke. 9e4.6401. Itchg OR TWO BEDROOM APARTMENTSIn Accepting Applications;for
-800-356-5533, fcan GOWN: die 10 i with extra 10/20 duplex, Adults only 468-1115.,t 2tpd '
VIDALIA SWEET ONION PLANTS world long veil., $250 or bet offer, 964 2520 NEW 2 < 3 BR mobile homes, fully furnished 10/20-27 2 & 3 BR Apartments Starting at $195.
famous vldallo gold onion pickles and 'Itchg 10/20 quality construction; delivered TWO BEDROOM HOUSE In town fenced
reluh wholesale or retail Linda' Allen USED CARPET'FOR SALE 12x18 Best ,and set up, starting at $650 down and yard, furnished or unfurnished. First!
Drawer f. Vldolia, Go 304"''. Western Inn, 1290 N, Temple Ave. $159 per month. A-l Mobile Homes month rent plus security deposit No CH/A Fully Equipped Kitchen Cable Ready
912-537-9595.; ) or write now icon Starke, Itchg 10/20 1-800-8888317, 4tchg 1020.11110, pets. 964-6821 Itpd 10/20 '
FURNITURE: 'large round table. 4 captain 100 GAL GAS TANK with 50 gallons gas, SPECIAL new 3 BR doublewide, ,only .LARGE 2 BR MOBILE HOMEi $220 mo, 1530. W. Madison Street'' EQUAL
chair, solid wood cash $15; t large $75. Also, 100 gal. empty kerosene $850 down and $199 per month!' A t $100 deposit. Call after 5 p.m. or @ HOUSING
bookcase, 3 shelves, solid wood. cash tank on stand $25. 964 5054. Itchy Mobile Homes, 1.800.888.j, 4icr-g anytime weekends, 964.2430. .llpd 1 Starke' 964-6312 ( I I OPPORTUNITY
$20, all good condition. 964 4959. Itpd CiATOR REfYC'LlNCiNew 10/20-11/10 10/20 Mon Fri 9-5PM "
10/20 WE WILL TAKE CARS, trucks, motor STATE EMPLOYEES need hume close 'to
16 SUZUKI 4 wheeler"230 quod-sport Location homes and mobile homes In on trade. your work? We have 'clean mobile
excellent condition. $1300 080. Also Colt A.) Mobil. Homes, homes available: 468-1323. 10/8 TF
four 15x10 six lug chrom. rims, $100. In Starkr 1.800.888-83I1.4tchg 1020.1110DO FURNISHED ROOM with air all "utilities
964-8936 anytime. Stchg 10/20-11/3: OBO.2lchg YOU HAVE A GOOD JOB but slow" or paid. From $37.50 weekly. Magnolia run'aoffos c 'd pQOpoac flct j
225 WELDER $250
AMP LINCOLN little credit? Call A.' Mobil. Homes ot Hotel Walnut St. by Post Office TF
10/20-27 Southern QttyLimits' -800.888.8317.. 4tchg. 10120.HIIO THREE BEDROOM I'/, bath clean,.close
WEDDING GOWN with veil and slip, size alt @ llill<9@1O"Ihffi@ffialO"l.: llmC c0!
5% DOWN PAYMENT available 01 'to prison. Call 468 1323 6/9TF IB
14, asking $100. 964-3446, ask fop Pat, mobile hornet. Call. V. 800 888 8311. 'CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central' ) AC, ,
2tchg 10/2O-27 of Starke orrH3 ? 3CM 4tchg 10/20-11/10 extras, reasonable, rents{ PINES
FRESH RIVER' SHRIMP for' freezer, -'"", 4962366. SR 121 Lake Butler, 7/14TF 964-7630J) REALTOR-
284.9755. 4tpc 10/20-11710 I .TWO BEDROOM HOME in Storke, $250
KING SIZE BED good condlion"$150,'' : FOR RENT
For More Info
month. Evenings, 473.3621, 9/22TF
twin' bed $25. 9646864 964.5812 d u-4 uJ '
with kitchenette and
Suzanne KItchens' 101-B Edwards Rd.
10/20TF full : : ii7FOR :
NEWLY DECORATED: "" .rv'hlnglurr".h. bath AC. clean, no roaches. By week,
.ed. laundry facilities included. .."d.... ''or month. 964:5687, 4tchg 102O1I10EXTRA ,lie. Real Estate Broker Stare. F1.32091
room available Will accept on. child' CLEAN 3 ,BR, ''i IM both mobile"home ,'
no pets. PALMS ApTS.. 2313 N. tempi central air ore / acre lot,Completely $11,000Three, acres, with sweetwater stream,
SALE BY OWNER Ave.. Storke 32091. 10/29TF furnished No pets, S265 mo,
,ADULT PARK Clean 2 BR mobile ham.a .. $100 sec. deposit.Call 964-755... Itchg. great variety of trees"sandy soil
'/ mile from city Nice neighborhood. ,10/20 no septic mound needed.,
One &Two Acre Mobile Home Lots.... $3,500 and Up 4681323. 10/BTF 1 BR APARTMENT Indoor and outdoor $19.000 Fishing Retreat South shore
New 2 BR. 2 BA Home In Graham ....... $40.000 FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities, living with bedroom & living room
paid from $37.50 per week ,opening ohto walled patio town, lake 100 ft. on water 600 ft. depth.
!,17 1/2 Acres ln Starke ......... $2. OO acre near '
MAGNOLIA HOTEL,Walnut St., by Post children & elderly welcome, 964 8601, $186.000' 2700 sq. ft. brick home near hospital.
200 Acres near Theressa .1.....:$,1,000 acre Office. TF '. 10/20TF
e Be.tuUrullake lotst On paved road in Hawthorne MOBILE HOMES 2BR. 1 BATH WITH ,AC. LARGE DOWNSTAIRS APT: kitchen fur' #152,000 Concrete block home and 1 acre fenced.

$'l5OCO..u-d Up COVERED PATIOS, I MILE TO nished $200 month plus $100,deposit. H 1,000 Concrete block ,home. dty facilities.
e Building Lot in Smokertse Subdivision Keystone DOWNTOWN STARKE. 964-7498; 964.4990. 10/201F
yr. 4/14TF. MOBILE HOME central heat/air, 3 BR. 2
$ .OCO Warehouse In'town.,
bo. stove refrlg. No pets $250,
'e 2 Lots and Mobile Home .,..,,. Keystone..... $22,500 \ 4733014. 10/20TF 14'Jilgh overhead docirsn> ,.

_. ._...Mobile Home & I.and set-tip..,., Urooker Ud, $25.000 ",,,............... 'ONI BR FURNISHED APARTMENTr $175' S III i t irt isniess yfcfi "or ;"i "tn 4 qo
e New Duplexes. 2 BR. sale or rent.... Slarke'...,'$350/Mo mo. No'pets. 964.2796. 2tchg 10(13.20 ., :

,. 2.000 SQ. FT,., Home on 2,1/2 Ac, Rent or Sale ,$400/Mo. EMERGENCY SERVICES 1 .
THERAPIST ********************************************-******--......:

Ronald E. Newman Sr., Needed for Bradford and ': Handi-House' Portable SOUTHPOINT P1AZARemodeling ::
473-21571 Evenings ,Ifnlon/ Counties. Masters! !

Instant Financing No Points Reasonable Interest Rates Degree In Human Services or :: Buildings... *:
Bachelors Degree with 4 years Greenhouses Now Leasing!

related experience. tfl' ,
p Garages .f.,12508.f.,100Os.f..
NEEDED Salary Range S S16.600-S23.600 i
(RESIDENT MANAGER ) Excellent Fringe Benefits *: SPECIAL GREENHOUSES Across from New KOA

Mature couple, wanted for 4
property in Starke. Apartment Beverly Saul Bradford. Putnam, : NOTHNGDOWN I Contact ''UNITED REALTY *
management experience beneficial.mainte'lance. Union Guidance ClinicsP 964-8447 days 473-3627 eves
experience ,O. Box 399 .. *

'I ,Must be bondable.. no pets.. required. ; 4 .Strike.! Fl. 32091 J US' ,,301 SOUTH Starke Fl., 964.8447 473.3627 Home ::
I ; ************************************************************_,
Salary: ,plus apartment.,and; tlllttes.( :

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p O, Box 10293, Clearwater, Fl' 34617: No.,Money Down'ti,,, ,.
Equal Opportunity Employer lUAL HOUSING' ICE '
Electric Starts At 88 Prices 3.1..:../.,.
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from 4Q: ;

,HERITAGE VILLAS Hardware And $ al.. .
607 ,Bradford .Court. ::. in Starke Garden Centers 37.85 per Jf' ..<-.:,- :' .
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; ..

Applications fpr J .. ,.....-. ,!I t fi.t' .
immediate' occupancy. abeing' ? 'I VIP. s.n. SPECIAL PURCHASE I. FfM blade""liavp iili' {fJ I..

accepted on ,a 1 S 2[ While Supplies Last 3 2.F..lplcb..p..I.I.. Part.dlc" .MHt o*all bt-afcopj........ r I ,-. ,I .....
BR ;'apartmentsMonthly -.1 4. Factory.........*4 warranty Mrvtc.. v i, A -... ,
5. Optln.ol.x..nd.d.nin......... :: 1 '. .: .! ,
21" .. .:::
pairnentsfro' $220 plus Self-Propelled ,. Priority 8-day S.rvk:. .......-. t'15 56175 r f.. < ,
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utilities. Handicappedunits E ;Key-Lectric -":;;;"- I '

Rental are also information,available.and X1500 Side Discharge I .McCLJUOCH MAC 110 16" CHAIN SAW' .- =4CNAINSAW

applications are Model 16793

available at, the Rental Reg,499.95 '

Office,; 607 Bradford 349.95 13995 W 14" EUclramao_.

Court Starke i<
Mon-Fri 9-5:30 p.m.Call 964-6216 $ $14.00 FREE EXTRA 10" BAR, I.=:."::::r.: '


i per month' FREE CARRY CASE (tun> r....1 :

Firio Rontal Mobile Horhcs' i / BE ;. Deck kit' Azaleas or Pre-Season Tune Up '

-:- W ''rPines $*10, OFF 1st v4t 13 Owl* Pruur* Garden Mums '
'Jhe i r .a, Trat 4 20 Tr. 95 ,
ofLake -rt,I.r J Month's fUR R W rrwfy Large O f. Six* 9
s SU S. s 10DMk bKludWoin
l Plus Parts
ButlerSpacious Rcmt! r-1 a N.II. "-1 .
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rQ 8995 r "1 1 On Any Toyo tow. or K.re-Sun

FULL.. AND CuMI'L1.TC:, :,!., /...,''r-J. Portable H.at.rf
Mobile In,NCEI14N9AVANACI Onlyt w. Ml K.ro_n_
homes moKtiLH .' !MAINTENANCE .
Central lloat LAir' .
All Elect 11C. homes'Many :STAFF'' :'1' EUREKA U ..P I.f" Rye Grass ...:s"H:::: .

)save Brand 'The J'INES .. .... ..... :=..::"'.;:;:- Seed r: : eat> '
New Carpeting I. ru halll a crew of ....: ---...-... .:1I2iJ7"
New Furnituru ft '+,ff rnuintonence folks ":"":'' --- 995' t.- -

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,INCLUDING ;who 'livo on--sito to ,," \ ... .. es.tslbaP.e Ii ".."" .
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-7 .w.-+r r..r..Mri. .. 1 000 ". rN
ninsc l "7.-::,.
AML:NITIESt ( ": 5995 Koroiono'Ho.'or '
shapes litCOITIO ,, 599 ,,,\,
., :.,",.C LaVR ..see c_ ........... "tees., ...._ .._ !ITV'. yes ''j; ",
naskelhell Cuurt ,. ",, .' W.Gerry A C-",.."&1-' _en..ec__ Feed w N. .......As.d..w I..b b1.wN wiw.wy .ee.w_. ." .' _

Cabin l'r Yalo'r.v L.uus.dr.. .. .errs I' ; -: .- '. ,, :

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chwt'U us oral. as., '\V' I..\*,-!"> ..?.I.?, .II.I ,.1"] r.9644M .
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KKt )<>t u<:r >* froin NAPA Car |soaks| l<, Ibai.ysitlinr:. '40Q6 i i 47 -24IUtE'egelOB NAROWARI 1 OARO.R CENTER.

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October 20,$1118 ,TKI>:r.R,MM I,:flMKit:. fc M J'IiITOI\-Hi4.l'TION; ,PsgellB. ,
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Opening Friday!' FINANCING '

; 'Harold K., Davis
Lie. Mortgage Broker ., '
Ph. 964-7083

z s Home Loans V.A.

ConventionalSecond .

'.' Mortgages'


UJ5. 301 South, Starke, Florida
.+ -.Y -A We Extend A Super Welcome to Our


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.. .ar. CALL
Street Art... 964-6600 AFTER. CAlLfJ64.Q8 -
8-8 P.M MON.-FRL
One of the over 100 talented artists who showed off their work last SAT.8-12
O Ticket weekend at the Third Annual SUrke-SFCC Festival of the Arts.
are selling' out rapidly for the Pradfard
Community aYClr.latllllt/ production/ OLIVER, The two-day event.. growing!In popularity and sponsor. are already looking
which will open 01 the Starke Qqlf .ndCountry' forward to next year'event. -I Jimmy Epps
Club on October)l. years. .
Art Fest. SFCC:; faculty member Nancee NEW MANAGERS SALE
Dates for th. Dinner/ Theoltr: will/ be'October ,.. Clark 'and Carol Brown were In
,( 21. 22. 2t and is. Two performances. of the play charge of the show and did an exceptional 1988 Lincoln Towncar 1985 Dodge Diplomat'
only will be held Sunday Oct. 23 at 2 pm. ,and 'from page 1B job for,the second straight
Thursday, Oct. }1 at 8 p.m. during the weekend event, which has yeAr, AAAo.AJC.PIS. $4 995
f grown tremendously In Just three Thr: whole community makes this lOOOOMIe.$17,9OO; P/Seat.. Stereo
-, OLIVER features If; of our local children and ,show success," Brown stated. "It .{).Supw Clean tmt* lAMV
more than 23 Adults. Audiences will thrill to the takes a big volunteer effort from
haunting/ strain of "80y For Sale", "Wher ,In Fish Suppers Set people like the Junior Women's Club 1985 Olds Ciera 1984 Mercury
,1 Love?" and "*.. Long At He Needs Me", Toes By Democrats members for Instance and a whole GM.40.A/C.P/S. $5'
Auto A/C P/S. $5 400
will host of others. It should be even. bet
tap to Got to Pick ,a Pocket or Stereo.-{)r.. Auto P/Seat. ,
',' Two'" arid "Consider Yourself''t Join' in the Theressa, BrookerA ter next year. Super Nice l .....$6595 '36.000 Ml ...0.IMMLAW
":' festivities on '-Oorti-Pah-Pah" and sympathizewith $1 "bargain plate" fish fry,
\ ,. 'l), Feagan aft he \Is "Reviewing the Situation:- sponsored Jointly by ,the, Theressa
i' ,' ':."' ,, The music of Of.1VER has made this one 0/thv Volunteer Fire Department and the
.; most beloved fnUslcals ever to hit Broadway Bradford County Democratic Ex OFFICE OF
ecutive Committee will be held LANSING J ROY
Ticket for the Dinner Theater and Play be. ,
e ,purchased at Sflnto fe Community,College//can or Saturday;' Oct. 29, from 68pm,:It 310 S. Lawrence Blvd.'

Mitchell Drug Store or can be delivered to you Theressa. Keystone,Heights FL 32656
The"bargain plate"will Consist of
by calling 961.8210
( or 9618498. With ,12 east
members fried !mullet, cole slaw,baked beans 473.7256
helping] with ticket .01.flup( /limitedheating "
Is expected to sell/out rapidly.Stop bv or' and hushpuppies according to Per- .""II'"'<'', 11 '1// ', ''' ,.;r,
r call for your ticket I/orlYlo Insure you'll be able cy,Sullivan, Jr.'All proceeds! will go "\ ::>: ANNOUNCING:
to the'' Theressa, Volunteer' Fire ,
to see this season's thusieal.HiQ '

.. All Democratic'''nominees for the1' "A Full Service Law Firm"

,Nov. 8 General .Election ,will 'he 5 Attorneys & 2 Paralegals,
allowed time for brief speeches m
the Interest of their rnmltri 1,1<'i.,:' ,'
Team -- -- Divorce &. Family Law Business Transactions.

l '(904)964-7651, Trial Work.,,Wills,& Probate. Social Security Disability.,
Insurance Law,Accidents & Injuries. Fire Losses'

r.,, Falls, Workers ,Compensation Criminal Law (DUI ,- Felony -,

a ,Misdemeanor,Juvenile), Corporate and Business Law.:
"r.' ,, By Stanley Crawford Administrative &
Joan's fashions' State'or,Federal Court. Zoning.

The Bradford Tornado High-Q :Governmental Law..,Landlord Tenant. Construction Law.

varsity academic team appeared on Employer-Employee Relations.,Wage and Hour Law.
? 444 W Madison St,: Sta'KsPfaza 'y
the verge of winhittg"their"Hdrnfeiopener Adoptions.: Non-Profit Religious & Chartlble Organizations:
n""","'. ,.I I ,Tuesday.,gainst ."Stt .'. '" ,:" t." 7""r '''''''. : : ; *' -, .>.. ,. Lf -nNO1
: .
Augustine, but succumbed to a '
furious second ; ;;: CHARGE FOR INITIAL
86point'ron in the CONSULTATION
l half by the YellowJackets academic' ?die"Finest in Lactics

,, ,team.
,' After opening strongly with a 95-45 .
half-time lead, the Tornadoes seem-
ed to be on their way to their first
,win of the season. The varsity team '"EVERY DAY IS ALWAYS A SPECIAL DAY AT JOAN'S"
upped their lead to 120-57 with about ,

five minutes remaining in the game 'Every day we have a different} fashion line sc. )c'CUon. at
when St. Augustine began their ral- ,
I for
a savings .
you. Federal .
\ lyThe Jackets scored the last 86 For the finest In ladles fashions,visit Joan's and see Florida

points of the game to win 143-120 and for yourself the savings you can have without' ,going .
left the varsity wondering who had out-of-town.
pulled the plug, leaving the varsity
with 0-2 record on the young season.' VISA MASTERCARD accepted"Layaways; welcome. has CD rates.
The JV High-Q pushed its record to
AlteraUons FREE with purchases of$50.00 or more.Hunter's great
2-0 by defeating the St.Augustine JV -
by a 225-30 count.According .
to Coach Stanley'' -
Crawford, "We're'Just not very good -
right now. We're depending too I
much on Shawna Blom the team Special . : Month ''7 Month
captain who correctly answered 11 Y 14,. ,
of 23 questions In the match; but the r f' "
rest of varsity only contributed on 1 '
of 6 responses.Shawna is aware that ,Get your truck .' % '
she is the leader on this team; but tires NOW! (f 8.75 8.40Annual
the other players must be willing to
shoulder their part of the burden."

The JV High-Q team had plenty of All Tires Made' Yield Annual Yield
power opening their match by scoring ,
'" the game's first 115 points and In the Good K'Q
I ,going on to post a 195-point victory: 'OteU.S.ofA. %
Michael Becker led the JV by scornIng k
11 of 12 questions correctly.Con- 81:118.09 ,
tributing to the huge victory was Joe TRUCK TIRES i, ,
Caren, who was 4-4 on the day and GRAN PRIX RVS "
,Matt Eunice who was 2 of 3 for the '
second straight week. 31X10.5015LT31xH5015LT: $67.00 MOUNTED AND. i.Compounded. monthly. Compounded' monthly
Examples of questions asked during : $73.00 BALANCED AT NO d ,' ,'' $7 S.(10Qt.'rmore $75.000 more
I the match follow 33x12.5015' $85.00 F.XTRACIIARGEFront
1.All of these literature works are
classified in which of the two major End Alignment 8.55: 8.45% 8.25% ,8.20%
literature The 95
categories of prose : 12 "Annual,...tt AnnualYieI41 ,Annii.il Yield Annual Yield ,
New' Standard Encyclopedia Includes act caster.camber flt toe In to infra, specs. / '
Elements of Physical Geography, Inspect suspension& steering syate ni. For most t wptiol irrliase 823'%" 8.13" 1.951 : 7.90x' ..
and Profiles in Courage The American care. Front wheel drive and Chcvctte' tires I ':,,' Cc' won..: ;monthly CotiuxMin,U\i monthlySOOl (\'I11J""I1.t..1 monthly Compounded::. monthly
answer is Nonfiction. vehicles\ extra. Part. extra. 'f I1I\1J1$7H'N $; >$14444; $'1111l1l1$7" #, '$.lHIOO$.' m" "

house 2.Louis to New took Orleans.t hours to Coming go from back his BRAKE SERVICE Up To 15'x8" 8.35* 8.15": t 8.00% 7.90: %,

it only took three hours since his rate Replace pads or shoes; resurface- 4995. I WHITE SPOKIiWIIEKLS ,Anmi.il YifU.. ,Annual\Yield Annual Yield Annual YicU
{ was 20 MPH faster What was the drums or rotors: pack boatings; % % '
Orleans bleed /! road-test moBt ';- 8.04 7.86'x' 7.72 7.622
average rate going to New ? adjust; "
,The answer is 30 MPH. American cars & trucks. Metallic ,Front or, l"111J""lIIkl..lm"l1lhly 111'1111.1.-.1' l monthly (',1I11J.'IIn.t:1': monthly Compounded;: monthly .
The High-Q academic team visits parts extra when required. Rear, 2 895 eachNO ,fll+I\\$Z"oN' tUHX<$N 1NN f W a+o$I4 NN' ilOOO$'):944 .

r. i J Flagler Palm Coast on Oct.25.They HIDDEN COSTS OIL DRAKE SPECIAL \ ; I'cderat'rk retl the deposit:the better rate and the more yOu cam.
return home on Nov. I to host RADIAL XL, MULTI-MILE POLY GLASS BELTED .WithjLtond.i, CD more you your
Palatka in a match. All home nut-, ,Sewn s-lioi months gets you.1 great return.Fourteen months. and your returns even better.
ches are at 3:30: p,m. in the BUS P155P175.80R1380R13 ,$35.00 ,$29.00 Of course your investment safe and sound Insured up r.d$100000 by the FSUC

i always Media: invited.Center and, the public ,Is $39.00 $3 LOO To find out more about great CD rates,:call the Florida Federal office nearest you?

P195P205..75R1475R14 $42.00 $35.00 '

/' '$44.00 $37.00 K o Florida Federal r'Ratrssehjrrt

From Page SB P215P235-75R1575R15 $48.00 $39.00 ,

I, .Ticket* oar fhl'event are'on sale at' $50.00 '$43.00 (!i4

the school until 3 p.m. Friday at the /; lnrltaii/ir/ Snl>Maniiali fna1ljtffrfarlfi; ( withdrawal,
low prfce of*5 for a dollar They will Air Conditioning
be 25 cents each at the CarrtvaL' 6 ,95
The dinner menu Include chicken Service Special !
':'; and rice chill hamburger and hot PUISFREON
'dog with funnel tho.efgood Downtown Gainesville Gainesville/The Oaks Starke
not to mention all home- "
might even get lucky take.home CORBETT'STire 220 N. Main Street ,6707 Newberry Road 395 Madison Street.
a coke from the -cake walk". 377-3344 375-2700 964-5000", ,;-".:,,,
The winning raffle ticket will be' ':Y
drawn during the carnival and the '& ServiceU.S. Gainesville/University Keystone Heights Ocala
first prize I* a day-ton cruise for 3501 W. University Ave.. Lawrence Blvd. & 3033 s.w, College Rd.
two from Port Canaveral and lodfttntf Ave. Starke
.-Temple .237-7204
for two at he Holiday Inn In Cocon 373-8482. Sylvan Way
ncarh ow S IBOc...h. Second prteI '473-4952 '
:. four.ticket to flush Gardens InTampa. ['VISA 964-6436 MASTERCARD

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Page IZB TELEGRAPH TIMES*MONITOK: SECTION, '-' h4'l !0.'19K8Browsing.! '_

Gun, Drug's; 'N Gets t' fr-

3 Men ArrestedA .
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call to authorities reporting a Keaton had threatened him with the
man had been robbed of his money! gun during a drug deal.Slocum said iW
gun and drugs led to the ,arrest of he later slipped up behind Keaton : A
three men.Officers. and took the gun from him and left at
responding to the robbery which time Keaton had someone call
'call spotted the supsect vehicle in the police to report the robbery !
front of THE Apartments Oct 11 Keaton of.Hampton, wanted on j,
with two black men in the front seat. two capias charging failure to appear -
The, man sitting behind the wheel ',was later apprehended at JoLu
was asked to step out of the car after Motel where he had been staying _
he attempted to hide something under an alias said Investigator. '
under the seat.A ,Michael McClain. He was charged _
Colt revolver! 14 medium size, with aggravated assault with a
rocks (believed to be crack cocaine) weapon. Bond was set at$2,000 cashor
and drug paraphernalia was found surety on the capias and $2,000
in the vehicle and on Lawrence De-'' cash or surety on the new.charge.He
'wayne Slocum, according' to, remains, In custody !
Patrolman Gordon Smith. Also in the car with Slocum was ... 7'C7 C7 t J k7 C7MC7 k'7 C7 C7 C7 C7 C7 c7 c7 '7 C7 7A C 7 C7 C>
Slocum', :22,. was' charged With 'Harry McDougal, Jr. who was ,
felon in possession of firearm charged with possession of drug' There ww plenty to ee at the Third Annual Festival ot the Art*,'above, II" LIE, D
possession of controlled i, substanceand paraphernalia, said Smith. Bond Including itilt scene: from the play by,the college'*Shoestring Player IEl
possession of drug;paraphernalia was set at $1,000 cash or surety, i
said Smith. .McDougal remains in the county. '
Slocum's account of the robbery ,
differed with the telephone call the jail.Slocum's bond was set at$5,000,he 'Cleopatra's' Upholstery &: ) ,
police received he said Perry also remains in custody Mt
-- Decorating ,Emporium i

Driver Praised, '322 s.Walnut St..Starke..964-7014 ,
(Next Door to Lake Area Class) '
I I ,. FREE PICK-UP & DELIVERY '.i-ok( ,OPEN:.Sun./rhurs... 11 ,am to 10 pm ,,
In Truck ,Accident Lounge Chair Head Recovered Linen '99.00*100 Plus Material -ok Fri &,Sat 11 am to ll-pm'I I *'

The driver of a forestry truck Pearce ''escaped with minor Wallpaper-Drapes. which ning has flipped beep early applauded Wednesday by mor the, 'juries 19 but the in the vehicle 8:10: a.m.di'Jln't: accident fair as .in-I .Mini Blinds by Kirsch &: Graber' I (I Temple ,*':,
:trooper who worked the accident. It received $15.()(>'>damage; We Carry a Full Line of Fabrics I Avenue '.*'
,Jack Pearce of {Raiford driving a Pearce was, wearing,a *'
truck which was hauling a tractor said Roberts -okok *
tad for.clearing fire lanes for the .
forestry service, was on CR-237 ap 3-"
proaching'SR-100 wht'n'the' brakes : -ok KFC Tacos. Burritos, *"'
when out,according to Trooper D.C. OWN YOUR OWN ,HOME -ok: 10 Tostadas,. )to
Roberts C" Salads., Nachos "
'il ? .
In 'an attempt to miss heavily ( .
travelled SR-loo Pearce travelled c4' "
.onto the'' truck.the'road He shoulder realized:,trying he was to stop not For Less Than You Would Pay, Rent! -ok- :::> ? Mexican, ","Great"Food"' *'

slowing and purposely whipped the *'
vehicle' causing it to roll, said -ok *'
)Roberts ( .No .,",, '..,. Low -K' .,
Rt. 16 Rt. 16 ,
DownPayment Closing .
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,Bush. Says "L" Stands for "Liberal"'

I f Dukakis Says It Stands for "Leadership"Roosevelt ,

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I' The'Dictionary',Defines'::Liberal, as:: '. k ," ,' '" ':" ';.', ,ff:!;j' ,::;
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,i; '"favorable, to'progress: or,reform, ...'favorable,to concepts:of? maximum freedom. :, :, '<":>l*i';.':" .

',with"respect to,matters. ; of personal belief or,expression'"..'free from prejudice.or .o 'I '

: bigotry: ..open minded, unprejudiced tolerant, .,. generous'beneficent, and .
,;Michael Dukakis 1 r I ,charitable'in'short'one'who' ; cares about his',fellow( man ..., especially'those':who' ,

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Now 'George"?Bush and: his, Image Makers have:turned! ,'""Liberal";: ", into .a,dirty 'word,

,Q ..., Contrary to,,the fntentofthewriters; :, of the,Constitution: give'maximum'; ': ? '

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J ROOSEVELT saved the nation from the brink of anarchy during the Great Depression of the 1930s .,'* e i i r"
f After the failures of Herbert Hoover and Calvin Coolidge to get the economy back on track after the stock

{ market crash in 1928, Roosevelt k over and with an, innovative? .series of emergency measures got. the, \ ,

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He created jobs with,public works that offered employment 1 while rebuilding.the nation's infrastructure' z;,,.,/ '
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: i.L' He brought? rural electrification,to the nation's rural households' and put unemployed youths back to work s -

'f in,the1\ Civilian Conservation Corps, creating: needed parks and recreation areas ... He fostered the .' z J; %i''

: Tennessee Valley Authority, providing needed power to a vast area in the Mid-West. He is'credited with f vO'

i the Social Securityprogram, and health programs that.,were opposed by so-called "Conservatives" ,,- and } ..
<)I still'are today.;'Many'of those who now spurn the work/'liberal'.wouId:' have lived and died in poverty and t I

disease had it not been for,these'programs.,They should be grateful for the accomplishments of that great: F.D. Roosevelt I

"! t "liberal" Franklin'ID. Roosevelt.,Conservatism does not have a monopoly on'l loyalty to the Ration. i

ti tJ': Roosevelt Will the '"L" Word > :
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