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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 27, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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weekend, with no rain forecast until late Saturday or Sunday, Editorial 1'0eD" . :,*' ..4A
Winter snow squalls are present over the Great Lakes Tho Social Scan. . ,/! ,8-10 l/IJ/ ..
'with cloud cover extending southward through the southern pains Public Notlcai. .'. . .." ,9A YOUNt; it 11i(7r "
Into Alabama and central Georgia.A Sport. . . . . ..IJ-14A 0
high pressure cell Is located over the Carolinas and will be .tJNrv/? JEtFAf'r ra
pushed'out into the Atlantic by a frontal system moving in from' SECTION II 12 pays .l y ( I P k .
over the Rockies, which will mix with thewarmer, tropical flow by Calf Scramble, . . . .'.31 f3R ''J::;tClf
,Sunday bringing scattered showers, Computer Caraaf . . ,4A rN".;" 'v./ {Thz. ktl 1' I
Temperatures will remain in the mid 70's for daytime highs,.and Araa .Daathi. . . f. ,118.Claitlflad /I./J
mid 40 s for nighttime lows. Ad;: ... . .I-IOB Kl' '
Daylight Savings Time will end Sunday morning at 2 a.m., and "
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will not resume until the first Sunday in April. Clocks should be set SECTION O; :4 Pog. The Sweetest lis Side of, Heaven
back one hour before bedtime,Saturday night, Co-Cart lac... .'' .1C' 109th! Tear s.(,-.u t.,k 25 Cents Copy
15th Issue Thursday, October 27. 19HR LISPS 002-100




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S.mlnol. Boosters... nzini

The Bradford-Union Seminole What He
Booster Club meets at 7 p.m. .. rr 'Says "
Thursday, Oct. 27, In the KOA rr ,
meeting ball. I..

Speaker: Bill Cappleman, ex-
FSU quarterback. Dinner: $3.50. Iii! y T Leader Needed


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The Hampton Elementary Buster Rahn dards If the chief is not qualified, he ,
Parent-Teachers Organization will by is a politician,not a qualified chief,"' I
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hold a yard sale Friday, Oct. 28, BCT Staff Writer "
between the hours 9 a.m. and 1 With a frog in his throat, Acting I
p.m., on the Hampton Elementary TA Chief of Police H.F. Wiggins told the Consolidation,.
School grounds. city council, and a gathering of his
supporters that his resignation is Whether the City of Starke should .
final/in a council workshop, Tues- 'open'negotiations with. the county j
Ollv.r.Ollv.r.... day, October 25., ,Sheriff's Department on merging !
'Obviously I filled with emotion >departments or contracting ser
The Bradford Community Chief Wiggins was unable to continue ; vices, was Item No. 3. ,
Players will present "Oliver" bothas addressing the assembly. Rev. Strickland rose'to state his !,
a matinee and dinner theater at Supporters for the appointment of objection to any form of consolidation ,
the Starke Golf and Country Club. ,,Wiggins! to the Unexpired term of but gave no,reason for\ his opi- i
(I;, Dinner theater tickets are priced at ?former' Chief Jimmy Bowen con nion. t
$12.50 each, with matinee tickets at tinued to call for his reconsiderationuntil Former Circuit Judge R.A. Green *
$5.00 each. ,the workshop adjourned at 10 commended, Chief Wiggins on his
+Dinner theater dates are Friday,. p.m. courage in upholding his convictions -
Oct. 28 and Oct. 29. The YF the council to
Saturday 1 Following the workshop, Wiggins then challenged
remaining Matinee performancewill again confirmed his resignition is ir- persue the merging of law. enforce'ment .
be Thursday, Oct. 27, at 8 p.nu NE ''revocable, C in Bradford; County,
'I Tickets are available at Santa Fe

Drug Community Store.,College' and Mitchell's Let's Hear It'for( the ,Gators.l, "'"*, -M-I'". ',Appointive:Chief??,. :Appoint or Elect',1, ,

;You all recognize this famous face It's' "Albert the, ,Albert stopped"by to enjoy the fun of the SEE Hallo- i Whether there should be a Charter1 Whether should the current be filled chief by of appointment police-; '
'Amendment make'the'Chief of vacancy
AlII ator" the University of Florida's official mascot wet"n Carnival and,,led the students in the, good old to or a special election.'
Democrat Rally. paying a visit to the'students at 'Starke Elementary '"Orange! and Blue'" cheer., Police the position No. 1 item.an appointed positionwas If appointed, (a) whether the city

Sponsored by the Theressa School last week.. The Rev. John Strickland, the firstto should advertise for applicants,,.orb
Volunteer Fire Department and the:' be recognized by,the mayor, Im- ( ) appoint 'ActingChief.Wiggins
Democratic Executive Committee mediately launched intoa dissertation was Item No. 4. .
a "Big Fish Fry",will be held to the Chief Wiggin's statement that his
Saturday perbplat2., 6 to 8 p.m. .Ga bage''s Up for Big_ ,Users, ;. I disregarding to appoint the Wiggins mayor's admonition job,; resignition is final removed' item. 4b''

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Charge $I All : : to discuss the subject at hand.' from consideration.
Democratic candidates are invited Mayor Biggs rapped his gavel, Former policeman Wayne Wilker.'
to speak at the meeting. Rates Revised. After Complaintsby and told Rev, Strickland. to address.i son said, doesn't want
Wilbur 'Democratic !', the issue. job the council will have to accept
Waters, did not addr<< ss'
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but
... ,applicants,
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candidate for county commissioner, Rev. Strickland then' said he oppppsed -
Gissy the issue of electing or appointing, ,
Joe having the position becoming f.
,Dist. 5, will host a free chicken .
barbecue in Brooker, Saturday, BCT Staff Writer'' appointive, because, the council?,in the chief.I asked;/"Will,- the
November 5, 5 to 7 p.m. 'The. Bradford County' Comnits--, The ,solid waste assessment fee levied by his opinion,'Is lacking in character to Rev.have Strickland input in making the ap-
public
No speeches are planned, 'sion, at its regular meeting held does not iricl decolection'and': \ "makeIn/ effective appointment pointment'! .
Wednesday, October 19, adopted, at ithe county U 'V* responded,. saying,
Political Rally..., 1 final schedule reading of an fees ordinance to be assessed revisingthe hauling[ costs 'whl<;:h are an addition.,.. Qualif Whether icationso.there should... be'additonal" "We're Mayor receiving Biggs your input now.:. < :

The Bradford County Republican., for solid waste disposal and opera-' 'qualifications{ imposed on persons i 'When 'asked about the time eleJ
Party will sponsor tally at the .don of the landfill. wiITnot'affeet .pay.$9OO. and all establishments or :'venture' for'all participants, since running for chief of police was. Item, merit City Attorney Terence Brown
\ -Bratftbrd County Fair Grounds, The revised schedule users who( go over the 30 cu.yds. the one installation will replace four No.2.:' said an election will take 45-60 days,, T/J
Saturday: October M, 8-T p.m. residential assessments civic'organizations class will be assessed an additional now in use.It is also anticipated that The present charter requires only since certain time schedules must be
.,' Republican candidates and/or! churches> or professional $300..for each 10 :cubic 'yard! of recycling will be an integral part of that a person running for chief of 'met. '
and and small business users,but '
their representltives will speak wastes produced. the, landfill -operation and sale of police be a qualified city voter.
will increase the assessments
answer questions. only As an example, the'largest) Producer recyclables may produce income ,Although city police are required to Leader Needed.:. I
for those who generate amounts of
Hot dogs and punch will be serv- in / meet minimum police< standards,
of trash Bradford Cot
nty,, above the cost of the >
,trash and garbage in of 20 recycling all items the agenda were'
"excess After on
ed, free of charge. the Winn-Dixie Marketplace;wiRj! be operation, they may find themselves under the
Ben Holtzendorf,candidate for cubic yards per week. assessed$5,100, based on the current .t supervision; of a ,chief who has discussed Mayor' Biggs. called for
county commissioner will sponsor a Assessments for, thelyear i: 1987 estimated waste volume of,189 cubic' neither experience, or training, in'' ,closing remarks.
'were .capped, at $600 I for Wilkerson Said "I have no
peanut boiling at his farm on Ed- users police work.Councilman. Wayne
yards perweek.This
wards Road, Saturday, November generating more than 10 cubic yds. Vernon Silcox said an 'problem with the council as'a
of solid wastes. The new ordinancewill leviedby 'Appeals Limited.., whole." He went on to the coun-
5, between 4:30: and 7 p.m. solid waste assessment 'error was! made in the city charter'several say
Everyone is Invited. increase the fees by $300 for' the county commission is for The new ordinance imposes a time years ago, in regard to the cil needs to be informed about what
each 10 cubic yards of wastes over 20 operating costs JEor the landfill and ,limit for an appeal if a property Police'' Department. First, the goes on in the Police Department.
,cu.yds.Assessments. does not include cpllection and haul- ,owner.Is in disagreement with the charter'' fails to require minimum Wilkerson 'concluded by ,saying,
for 1988'and' subse- ing costs which are in addition! to the 1 ,classification of his parcel The comp police standards by ;the elective, "we need a leader the caliber of Wig-
,quent years are now divided into six 'assessment, plaint must be made at the next chief, and secondly, the charter does XL"i
classes based on the'' volume, ,of ,, By state law,the County Commis:; 'regular meeting of the Board of ''not provide for the, chief to be' :Councilman Woods-summed it up ':
wastes generated., sion must levy a solid waste user fee;, County' Commissioners after'' the responsible to anyone;, leaving him by saying, 'There has been a tack of
""- ," Residential, organizations-" schedule sufficient to finance the notice of assessment is received by'' wide latitude in spending tax dollars tommumcation between the Police
'I; churches, business offices and pro- operation Of disposing of solid waste. the property owner. *s 4; and. operating the department Department and the council." '
fessional offices will remain at' $7$,' Costs of closing the landfill near! New parcels shall be added to the i' In requiring the chief.to 'meet'' Seventy people were counted at
'no change from last year. ,, "<,,: Keystone Heights, and monitoringthe Special Assessment Roll as soon as qualifications.. council found ,the meeting, but''supporters appeared
Other' establishments'which groundwater/ there' for II' i occupancy is established, and the wide agreement and acceptance, to be fewer than attended the
generate under 5 ,cubic yards''of' 'minimum of 30! years, to; detect if' assessment will be prorated over the among the audience, including Wigu"gin's P council meeting the week before.
wastes per'week will be assessed any contamination is coming from remaining months of the calendar supporters. Several people ,/Several people, were seen'' at the
$150: the buried wastes are additional expenses year.;' ," came to the podium to support'a.change 'workshop that did not attend the
'Those establishments or,uses that not yet' addressed by'' the, Assessments are levied on a calendar in the charter to require can council meeting, and appeared onlyto
'generate from 5-cu.yds.101.0 cu.yds.. commission., and are expected' to' year basis'for property owned didates for the position to meet the' be onlookers; taking no part in
IX '''III i will be assessed $300 and from 10 to reach into the millions of dollars.. :.during the year, and are due and same standards imposed, on' > city'' discussions.' ,'
20 cubic yards of.wastes will pay, 'The tri-county landfill, to be open-; payable on or-before November 1 of patrolmen., said ,*'I feel, '" 'Acting Chief Wiggins reported he
,$600, all rates the same as last year. ed soon near Raiford for Bradford-', that year.The funds collected will be' Chief Wiggins ",, very'of I had accepted a position with an area
chief
./ But, .for 1988 and, subsequent Union and Baker counties and alt applied to the official budget year strongly about, this.' :"The> trucking firm as a safety officer. '
years, establishments generating 'DOC installations within those counties (fiscal year) which starts October r police, needs to'meet,,police,star;* :;

l ,, from 20"to.30 cu.yds. of wastes,will is expected to be a.cost.. saving i and,runs through September: 30.

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f a. i; Daylight Area residents Savings are Time reminded ends! this that Spirit, of Bradford, Earns :Straight 'Superior Ratings ,at Palatka" .Festival I

1 weekend and it is time again to ,
set clocks back one hour before gong BeckerI I ville. Twenty bands front Florida, maneuvering, drum majorettes; behind Class' B band Terry Parker' are Donna J. Parado, jazz dancers
to bed Saturday night October by Judy Georgia, and Alabama are expectedto sion, jazz dancers' and High of Jacksonville, and Class A, 'and Tammy McCarthy, majorettes.
,. Special to the Telegraph'All compete.In general effect.Fifteen'bands. bands Cape coral and Tift CountyjA ,
29.The" units of the Spirit of Bradford \ The,1988 Spirit'of Bradford Mar
time actually changes when clocksare at 2 Marching Band were rated superior the Palatka contest,bands were from.:Florida and ching Band is led by drum majors
a.m.turned Sunday Back morning hour the highest possible rating, at the placed into classes according to size. Georgia competed in the afternoonfor The BHS band is under the direction Kem Fillyaw and Sherry Bass. Head
one ahead and fallback Azalea Marching Band Festival at with Class A the largest size. Nine eight spots in the evening com of Charles ( Ball with majorette is Noy Srivibul. Sheila
The"adage "Spring Palatka High School Saturday after judges watched from the stands and petition. In that evening's competition James Brownlee and Dirk Schmidt; Tew is captain and Renee McCarthy
adjusting, tells the clocks.correct procedurefor noon. October 15. from the field rating, music and Bradford placed fourth over.al.They're ,as, assistants.,Other instructors are is co-captain of the,jazz dancers,


In addition the percussion sectionwas

Trick or Tr.at...' rated the best in Class B.

I Watch out Monday night,. Oct. 31, .,
, I ghosts hobgoblins and witches who This Saturday, Oct. 29, the BHS
will be out in force.' band will perform about 2:30: p.m. in
Bradford Hospital announces it the Northeast Marching Championships -
will X-ray candy until 8 p.m. at Nathan B. Forrest High
Trick or treaters are welcome at''. School on the west side of Jackson-
the hospital from 5 to 6:30: p.m. for
:', a special safe and healthy treat:

., Lights Out MondayIn

l' Upcoming... South Starke

'+: Public meetings scheduled in the A lighting arrester blew Monday
".' 'coming weeks are: evening causing lights out in south I Ikt
r l Starke City Council meets Tuesday Starke. Y
Nov. 1, at 7:30 p.m., in City, According to Bill Weldon, super-
Hall. visor of electric services, the feeder
," Bradford County Commission circuit for south US-301 was all that''
: ', meets Monday, Nov.7, at 9:30: 'was effected in the 625; p.m. outage.
a.m., in the Courthouse. That was enough if you were tryingto
'Brooker City Council meets k cook or eat at the restaurants, fast
{ Tuesday, Nov 8,at 7:30 .m.1n City food businesses pump gas or get 1
HattV money from Tillie; during ,the 28 .
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minutes of power loss. *' ,..
City Council meets I "" !
F ; rf Hampton 'I" % ,
not ,
t The cause has been determined I t ,
:: Tueaday.Nov.8at1p.m..lnCity', i .. ." '.
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took \ "
but the protective relay over ; ,
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Hall.Starke City Council meets Tues- and locked the circuit down said

day Nov. 19 at 7:30: p.m., in CityHalf. Weldon. After checking to make
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,. sure there was no accident and no The Best...!
Bradford County Commissionwill power lines were down the power The percussion section of the Spirit .f Bradford Marching Band wan player (kneeling. I.rh James Kiniih. Danielle Smith Mickl) Becker
hold its mid-month meeting: was returned to the area. rated the best In class Saturday,,Oct.K, at the Azalea .Marching Band Kristen Pfennlger on Irltoms at the ends of he middle row Mark
Wednesday Nov 16, at 7 p.m., in For a little while Hardee's and Festival In Palatka.: Harden left, and Kenny Clark right: on snare drums middle row. l-r:
,the Courthouse., Burger' King had the advantage., Students performing In the percusMon'section, above are; mallet Josh Bula Jennifer Dodge. Chris Thompson; baa drummers. ,I-rq; Shawn
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had but the east ,
those
", .They lights on Ford. Craig Slocura Mike Stoneman.
,< side of US-301 didn't..

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.,. ..,.. .,.I- Purchase for Health Dept: '

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Expansion Approvedby



Joe,Glssy for help in demolishing the garage,
BCT Staff Writer clearing the lot, and grading a parking
Purchase of property adjacent to lot,which the commission will do
the Bradford County Health Depart- with Road Department equipment
ment building on Church Street was and personnel. Bids were opened
1 approved by the County Commissionat services for architectural
its regularly scheduled meeting and structural plans for the
Wednesday, October 19. addition. These, services will be
The property Is necessary for ex- funded by grant monies, not from
pansion of the Health Department county sources. The land must be
",building,, which will take up the 'provided by the county, however.
parking space now available. Three bids were received, and all
Friendly ersuas on... Commissioner) E. L."'Nook" Nor-., three firms "have been researched,
'man "reported to the commission and all three are excellent,"said Dr.
Local resident' talk to George and Yoke Slebold following the which sell graphics arts products and will be based In Starke. ,earlier that the first offer of $21,000 Rubin, who has been Health Officerin
Economic Development Banquet Monday night.Slebold was the speaker In center.Guy Andrews talk with Yoke Slebold. had been rejected by the seller, and Bradford County for 13 years. Dr.
explaining the operation of his comapany. Slebold second from right 'At left Is Chuck McKeown, EDO director, Anne Miller back to was Instructed to make a counter of-, Rubin suggested that the lowest bid
talking to David Smith,Is heading up the operation of a German company camera), and Pat Welly. ,fer of $21,500. This offer was also be accepted, since all three bids
turned down, but the sellers next were according to the same
Industrv Prospect Search Doing Well. McKeown proposal of$22,500 was agreed upon specifications, and any of the three
- Says and passed by the commission.The firms are acceptable.Specifications .
property is assessed at$17,000 for the bids were
The 3year drive to obtain 'in-, manufactured in Nuremberg, Ger- companies. dustry'going. and has been appraised at$24,000. A written by Dr. Rubin, and included
dustrial prospects, now ending its many and shipped to Starke for: Director McKeown, who got out of Mullins promised the money rais- house on the lot can be used for requests for "architectural: services
second year, is making satisfactory .distribution in the U.S a hospital bed to attend the banquet, ing campaign will be carried out in storage, and the' garage can be and structural plans for a 1,440
progress Director Chuck McKeown! George Siebold, KAMI represen- said Florida Is the number one state. the coming year He urged the demolished for parking space,it was square foot addition to the Health
told some 106 persons 'assemblea tative here, said permits from the with the most economic development crowd to raise the money to keep said. Department >building," includiung
Monday night Oct. 24, in the new Environmental Protection Agency organizations "....so the com Director McKeown who Mullins The new property will be used to plans for "foundation, floor exter-
KOA Campground banquet room for, must be obtained for shipments into petition Is strong, very strong.'"' called "...a true professional*' replace the parking space as well as nal elevation' internal elevation,
the annual banquet, the U.S. Siebold credited Director There have been 453) inquiries. from On the board of directors of the for construction. electrical,heating and air condition-
'Two industries are now located in McKeown with helping him set up in ads placed, McKeown said. BCEDC are Larry Noegel, Pat The new addition to the Health ing." Supervision of construction
the 50-acre industrial park on SR-100 the U.S. Sleblod said he learned of McKeown,recovering from on ear Welch, J.E. Tomlinson, Ray Nor- Department will cost the county ,was.not Included. .
in southeast Starke. McKeown'promised BCEDC through the Florida Depart infection told.the group) part of his man, John Miller, Bob Ferguson., nothing. Dr.Jeffrey Rubin has ob- Ridgdell and Winarsky Architects
Sunshine Industries (SI) ment of Commerce. job is to visit existing industry in the Orlan Wells,Steve Denmark, Job E. tained a state grant of $100,000, for Gainesville, were low bidders at
Board Member Med Connelly the Siebold was the guest speaker and county and to offer his assistance.The White, Evelyn Chastain, Jerome which no matching funds'are re-' 5000.
paved road into the industrial park explained the KAMI operation. director says he is favorably impressed Johns,' Lavern Outlaw, Ken Teal, quired. Construction costs ,and
will be completed for..Si's grand Siebold and his Asian wife; Yoke with the amount of Industry Eddie Douglas, Susan .Faulkner overhead are not expected to exceedthe Vote 'Etheri ,
'opening set in November.'The roadIs who is fluent in four languages,now in the countyj which he says has a Mark Mullins, Byron TerwUlegar grant monies. ge
being paved with a $77,000 grant live on Pratt Street in Starke. He good manufacturing base. Richard Welty, Med Connelly Ji'rJMcElroy ;; Dr.:,Rubin also asked the county Sheriff Nov: 8
'.from the Florida1' Department ,of spends a great deal of time on the McKeown also expressed satisfaction Bernie McFadden, David. pol poi ad.'
Commerce. road, introducing the KAMI graphic';, with the BCEDC appointment to Smith, and Terry Vaughn.
SI was the first industry to locatein arts products to the major printersin administer Starke's Enterprise New officers will be selected from I.
the new park. the U.S. Zone, under which businesses can'' the board of directors. A proposed 1:, j Opening -
A new international park resident After USA market developmentKAMI receives tax incentives. slate of Richard Welty for president, .
Is KAMI USA Sales, Inc., a German plans to construct a new production Mark Mullins for and
manufacturer of printing and facility in Enterprise Parkin New Dollar Drive:.. Jerome Johns as vice-president treasurer has been 1 c
graphic arts supplies, the second In- late 1989. Area business people and in- selected by a Nominating Commit 3/Sisters
'dustrial prospect to come here under Mark Mullins BCEDC' vice- dividuals contributed almost tee. The board Is set to meet at Sp.m. "
the marketing program of the Brad- president pointed out.that'search $300 000 for the three-year drive.VPMulling today (Thursday, Oct. 27) in
ford County Economic Development for industrial prospects is progress- presiding in the absence of' the board room the Starke Center of Creation
Corporation (BCEDC)., KAMI won't ing but'' the competition, from all President J.E.Tomlinson, who was Santa Fe Community College', to
manufacture chemicals here but over the country is stiff. Bradford instrumental In starting the drive, 'elect the officers for fiscal 1989.BHS .. '
,will use the park initially as a shipp- County, being a small market, will said funds need to be raised in the
Ina point?. The products are most likely attract small start-up coming year to keep the quest for in: Florist

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I Chorus (Concert Set, 'Tuesday ,at High School ) ,964-3294' ,

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The Bradford High School Chorus Out There" (the theme.'song from "An American TIiU") '',with i Holly Also on The concert program will 107
and Vocal Ensemble .COpus..'88),' ,Stevel, Spielburg's motion picture, Shield" ns soloist. be the Ladies Ensemble singing Lin- E. Edwards Road al
under the direction of Don Hardy da Spevacek's beautiful 3 part sons '
will present a concert of choral'' Weddings Rental Supplies
,entitled "Dreams".The Men's Glee ,
music this Tuesday evening, Nov. 1 : Club will spice up the evening with Silk Designs Silver .
at 8 p.m. in the BHS auditorium. Ad- LEGAL'NO ICE' two great Elvis Presley hits, '"All '. Plants Linens'
mission is $2. Children under 12,will Shook Up"and "Blue Suede Shoes". I i':* Balloon Bouquets Tables '
be admitted free if accompanied by on the .
Appearing as special guests Party Items :* Silk Flowerst
an adult. The public is cordially invited 1 will be six guitar students .
to attend. program ,Flowers for,all occasions Etc.,Etc,, +
from Mr. Hardy's Guitar'II class
primarily The concert with will several feature pop students music Notice is hereby given that, ie They The program will perform promises four to.selections.be a very Julia Alvarez 1-

singing the featured solos.soloist Denise in Waddell Ed Lojeskl's will be' ;1988 tax>,roll for,Solid'Waste, 'entertaining one.' '11 Sue TilleyElizabeth Stalnaker

arrangement of I'I Dreamed a .... '
Special Assessment is for''
Dream" from the hit Broadway open
musical "Les Miserables." A selec Cb. .Ct1. C .Cb. .Cb..Cb.J1'.cti.'Cb.dCb.: Promise"1 collec.tlon9 s Q&-Noy Qet".Jit; ... .
tion from the movie "The .'iii "aa'7R' 11r .rtrar sr ;tYtY 7r'' .V. yr"r, '

will entitled feature"I'll pyana Never Crawford Say 'Goodbye"in the' in the office,.of the Tax 4, j .

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BHS Vocal Ensemble) will perform V1' .
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r Republican nominee for Insurance .
i corammissloner and state treasurer/ r. \. n
blew through here last Friday morn
ing, Oct.21eGallagher .4( t"
faces I Democratic
.- 9 1 .,' nominee Ken Jenne, also of South
r':' Florida, in the Nov. 8 General Elec-
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, ; -' tion.Gallagher, hosted on the tour by
J J.D..GrlffU, visited The Telegraph 4
and the Bradford County cour- j
"' thouse. He said the latest (then)
1-- ,J Mason-Dixon Poll showed, a I lead l lW
,. ,\ over Jenne in south Florida, and for
MU that reason he could take time to
visit north-Florida. '
1'' Gallagher paints Jenne as a
J. 3s '
t I- J liberal,saying Jenne's conservation
union rating was 10 percent out of
100. Gallagher said he ranks in the
75-85 percent range. Jenne a state
. .' senator says Gallagher lacks compassion '
"1. for consumers.
I Insurance
Competition among
J .r companies is the key to lower
premium rates,says Gallagher,who
ran for governor on the Republican
" ," \ ticket in 1986 when Gov Bob Man
tines 'was., elected. The state Insurance -
:::., ,::,, commissioner should invite

'::,:, "'\,", : Top Students at BMS... Front rows Molly O'Neal. Stacy Johnson; Jimmy solvent companies and to do reputable business in insurance Florida ..,.
The nine students who earned stralght-A's at Brad- Parado.' Bethany Lee. Second row Heather Safer to foster competition which woulcilead A Vote Hunter... II+,' ,
:. ford,Middle School. for the first six-weeks are, (1-rI Brittany Bula, Billie Jo Mullfe. and Sally Coins. to lower rates..It.s the same as
having four grocery stores in town," Tom Gallagher, Republican candidate for Male II''' ., and insurance
Gallagher explained. commissioner catches up with Mrs, Ijnirie Ji('K.t, ,\1 ''IU, h it1 of I
''' 9 Earn Both Gallagher and Jenne practiced the Bradford courthouse. Gallagher was on a fast trip 4quniorth') '
\ Straight A's at BMS., North Florida politics last Fri- Florida last Friday. '
,: day; shaking hands and visiting out-
of-the-way places such as Bradford '
Nine students;or 1.2 percent of the Molly O'Neal daughter of Mrs. Greer, Rashaunda Hendrieth, County. Jenne did a swing throughthe ritory, for 'both candidates /
730-member It' Btraight-A's at Bradford Middle O'Neal of Starke. Darlene Knowles, Justin Lee and ending In Panama City Gallagher Is from Miami ,If '|
. .. School for ,the first six-weeks, Shondee Lewis, Chris McMonigle, Gallagher compalgned in Palatka, south-Florida vote splits fairly 1 'I
:' ;- grading period which ended Oct. 3. Shawna Manning Greg Marnall, Starke, Union County, Macclenny, ly,the rural north-Florida vote ,
r Another 108 BMS students, 14.8 A-B Honor Roll... Tera 'Matlyastic,"Sharon Morris and Lake City. become more important in the ;
;': \.: : "I ,; percent of the student body, earned Dana Newsome, Heather Norton North Florirtn unclaimed ter-, election.
:t'' ,I all A's or B's for a place on the A-B The 111 students on the'A-B honor Lloyd Odom. Amy Parrish HetalPatel '
"i''I';' ':: <.';' honor roll. roll are made of 34 eighth graders,42 Smjta Patel Amy Rankin, '
', :;,,/ : ,''i The straight-A students are: seventh graders, and 34 sixth Ronnie Reagan,Shona Sanford,Jennifer -, BHS Hi-O Team 1
,,' )/ 'i'll graders. They, are, by grade, ; Shadd Jonathan Smith, Chera ;
j \' : ,(' '' Eighth GradesJimmy Starling, Jennifer Sullivan Wendy. r .
: '"' Parado; son of Mr. and Eighth Grade;; Cynthia Agin. Thornton, Amy Triest Chris Wall, The Bradford High School Hlgh-Q JV Wins Third... '' \ ; :\
. : Angie Baldree Bradley Ball, Emily \
of Justin Ward Kim Wilson, Darrln team defeated ; "
Mrs. Romeo Hampton
Parado Bradford, Buena Brewton Stacy ? ,. Flagler Palm Coast The Junior Varsity High-Q (
Lake; Young. 172-124 Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 25. l \> ,
Erick Burch Shena their
Bryan, Burgess, won 102-64 posting
l Heather Safer, 'daughter'of Mrs. Jason Canova, Ethan Caren, in a road match to record their first win of the season. '
t ,Gina Safer of'Starke and Sheldon Natashie Cohens Tara Dixon, AmleGriff Sixth Grade..., 'Stephen Arnold win of the season. The momemturn in the JV and'I' I t c
Safer, 'II ,'Angel Hammond'Amanda Robert S.. Bassett, Joshua C.<, Led by rookies Kevin Krack and shifted on one Question.-Trailing ( \ < \
,'I' ; Grade Harris Holly,Hatcher Jeff Johns, ,Brewer,Tonika L.Bright,Shauna L, Patrick Moore, the Tornadoes went 12 points at halftime, Joel Caren t
Seventh
: Byron Lee,' Stephen'' McLeod,, Carlton, Erika Cleveland,Jacob Col-, on 92-22 scoring binge with about 10 terrupted the following question ) i i
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Brittany Bula. .daughter i of' Mr Stephen Murphy,Sherrie Patterson, eman, ,Linda Dixon, Kimberly minutes left in the second half to up, ,provided a correct response. '' '
and Mrs. Joe Bula of Starke.'.,! Erica Pfenniger Melinda Ramsey,;, Douglass, Charles K. Fuqua, DarynS. its record to 1-2. one word completes this )' !) ;
a I Sally Goins daughter'' of, Mrs John Ripplinger, Donna Robbins, Gay, Betty S. Gleason,Cynthia V., Coach Stanley Crawford ate, from the U.S.Constitution? ': \ ,' I
" i i Susan Goins of Starke. Kishanna Spooner, Caryn Taylor,'' Grader Tonya R.,Griffis, Donald J., tributed the win to balanced scoring against the U.S. shall consist only )
, ( Stacy Johnson, daughter of Mr, KerryTaylor, 'Janna Thornton, Groves,' Cara N.' Hamilton, Bynne, from all the varsity players.Shawna levying ''war'' against them or I ( ;
1 and Mrs. Carl Johnson of Starke. ,. Blom answered six questions cor- \,;; '
, ( Carlos Trent,Melanie Trimble,Bob-I Harris Julie R:Loper Amy Mosley, adhering to< their' enemies
Bethany Lee, daughter of Mr, and bie Westcott, Erin Wilkinson, Julie Tama C. Mattox Diane Newham, rectly; Patrick Moore answered five them aid and ......./ "Joel's )
, ., ",1. Mrs. Ricky Lee of Starke Williams. Julie Ponder, Shannon Safer Elise questions correctly, and Kevin response was "comfort."' "
':, .' Jo Mullis daugher.of'Mr. Krack and Michael Becker each With the additional
''Jnl'+ ;; Billy Sistrunk, Erin Slack, Heather' 10 points
', and Mrs. James Mullis of Hampton. Grade... 'Jim answered four questions correctly. the bonus the JV
,',,',, 'f Seventh Autry;, Smith Erin StoneU Gareth Starling. Shawn Blom, said corresponding
", Stephen Barber, Sarita Barnes' Rosalyn L.Thomas Tracie Thomas, "For varsity captain, a 50-47 lead, an advantage that
the
first
'r Sixth Grade: Marcus Collins,Jason Corbine,Amy Jammie D. Thompson Lindsay B. didn't feel like time I this season there t i never relinquished. Caren said
1 Cassandra Jarvis daughter of Mr. Crews, ,Estelle Denton, 'Jason Walkup Dana C. Warren, Kelly A. was out by initial response' was thai
myselfKevin and Patrick "
did an ...remembered what his ,
and Mrs. B.J.Jarvis of Raiford Greene Laura Goodner, Crystal Willis. outstanding Job today." history teacher taught; him,"
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-Work with our young' people to begin f ,
THE OFFICE
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-Form an active, working Citizens' Task1', :" :';::, '" / <::.'." ::, '," \' \ " ,' '; }) ,' ): ,',

Force: to, recommend I ,effective law\ enforce-, (' :: : '
;' Hello >; I'm: Bob Milner.Bradford, County: will

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}: have a' ,new sheriff :after e,8tq: : : .

'\ Eventhough he must ,be professionally
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'seek'' ,the involvement of all
ti -Actively ';educated, trained and, be a proven leader he .

community' resources (civic groups -'better' seek, the ;Jnput"o 'the citizens ,of Bradford
Families "
'churches, Against" Drugs, etc.) (, ,
County.
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; I not:. only' seek ,your vote'', and support nQw.,

2)) INCREASE DEPUTIES' PRESENCE AND but will! encourage' your participation, if elected!

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RESPONSE'TIME
,DECREASE as sheriff.. Let's work, together tp freej :.,,our
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children of drugs and 'other crimes,. and:)- keep

'Establish _a .reserve. of fully-certified., Bradford .County ,the 'kind Cfplac? we: wants:;, to

: .' ,part-time, ,reserve r officers, capable, of 'patrolling 'raise our children and grandchildren. '; -',';!:': ,

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: ,, -Keep ':used 'patrol 'cars usually: ",.., -

auctioned off for' very 'little' for'"use,-by",these 'Vote

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in World War II
days, under the Ir EEL' L.

Was William Shakespeare a prophet politics down to the level of a 'game< ownership of Arthur

as well as playwright? dominated'by small ideas on.slacks of and Gertrude
cards "WI Warns.
One of his dramas// (we know not
"At this level the entire Originally built asa
which one) contained this line process,
quizzical : begins to degrade. All three networks, residence before
"First we kill all the pollsters.: '" refused to air the Republicans?' ..1884 It was at one

Surely, in Shakespeare's time there, ,,18-minute film tribute to the, Reagan time the home of

were no Gallup, polls, unless public opinion presidency (Cat New Orleans). They A.L VonKirn an

was obtained by couriers. on a were right. It was the same ,slice-of. early Mayor of

galloping horse, or by carrier pigeon ex America slop that is on TV every night, Starke,

'press. But Shakespeare may!have had selling cars, beer insurance and soda ..,
something there'; if we cOUld only follow(
his advicenot literally of pop."American
course, but
voters are being cheated. location
"kill them" Present of
by quitting 'reliance
their unreliable information.our/ on They are most certainly' not being of- j the Acme Hardwareand

fered what Mike Dukakis calls 'the '. Building Supply,
According to a York
,''Times '' the' American LwordLeadership.; Insteadthe this brick and stucco
'poIl'nl. public is voters are being reduced to spectatorsto structure
fed was one of
up, y with but with
pollsters
the consultants' private game of inside Starke's earliest post
the. candidates for whom
they poll baseball, an arcane, manic exer- offices. When this
'Voters
are beginning to doubt that
the
cise in tactics and positioning. Even
picture was taken
candidates are up to the jobs forwhich this
non-participants in
process have the upper floor.was
they claim to be well qualified
started talking about "
politics entirely in used for meetings of
The Times' poll showed that the lancniaap of snin-onntrnl, ITltimafp-. the WOW (Woodmen
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The people think candidates are ly the issues become non-issues.= :: of the World) and the

fresh out of new ideas.. "The main casualty is governance. I ii IOOF (International

They think the candidates are afraid Even the candidate who wins with Order of Odd

to face the really serious issues., pollsters and consultants ends up trying ,Fellows).. The Starke "
to govern with pollsters and con- Printing Co., ? :, ,; /',' .", f ,

The people think the candidates are sultants.] ,This is a formula for governing, M f operated by RO. ,',? ] I',' ,
throwing too much mud and t '
generating : Daniel was on the ""I,' : '
poorly. or not at all. Consistency of VIsion 1' (,
.too little light, or purpose dissolves. lower floor.FORESTRY. .>.' ,* ;,, '' ,\\1.;'i ;, :,

A recent editorial in the Wall Street'' "Let Bush be ,' .',;',:"',;:.': .
'Journal, a newspaper noted for its ultra- Bush. Let Dukakis be "
conservative leanings (no liberalism Dukakis. The candidate who pretends to

there for ''sure) presented its be something else is likely to discover in

mind's-eye picture of, the ,"two George November an electorate letting him out
Bushes"\We quote excerpts: the back door,." -

,"The first is a George Bush who has I To measure the feelings of the ,Letters to, 'the",Editor- .

been involved in the life of politics for 25 .discontented voters the Wall .Street 'T II I .IN BRADFORD COUNTY.d
.. This Journal/NBC news asked voters if F ,-to;. { '
years. George Bush holds within they LL-:== BV David W.Norton
himself a huge reservoir of political ex' agreed or disagreed with the (following Grateful for Freedom of Speech.. County Forester

perience. Surely a man doesn't' have to three statements:, 'i" '

possess the wisdom of Jefferson to have, 1. Government is pretty much'run I by' Editor, Telegraph: rather than at the end. For example; if we SFSS OffersTimberland

gained from this lifetime of' politics ''a few big interests How very grateful am that we live in a were aware in any way that a neighbor, Course
; friend family member, etc. involved
nation where were
personal be
opinions
,some sense of who he is what he may expressed
stands
2..,Unfair foreign competition is ruining -' publicly without fear of in some activity (drugs alcohol or illegal -
,for what works, this retributionthat we are able, individually enterprise, etc.), which would Interested in planting trees this winter?
;"The other country's economy; or collectively to take a stand on matter ultimately result in dire consequences, Now> is the time to start planning for planting -
George Bush. is
.. a man 3. The political and economic systems of interest and concern. I wish though, rather than standing by waiting to see this ,Assistance is available for those who
sitting in a room somewhere in in this that each of us would do so more often,,, person "get what is coming to him/her", may have questions or'are unsure. The
stacked
country are
Washington surrounded by 'advisers'-* like against.' people whether privately' publicly. Perhaps went to that person in genuine concern for following< is a summary of assistance
his campaign chairman/consultant his me. then,we would not be faced with(\ many a fellow being and ''offered viable i available. For more information contact;
pollster, his media guy a chief of staff' Thirt-sevenpercent' the likely of the problems' confronting now assistance and support in an effort \lo help your County Forester or ASCS.

and lately, the long-awaited campaign voters in the poll agreed with all three, A 'number of the citizens Of' oun community 'Which that person they were overcome involved.the Perhaps problem then in FBI!'. ,
revivalist, Jim Baker. They discuss Mr.' statements <*\Whilerthese: voters presented a signed petition/quos- our individual and comunity/ problems Sign-up for FRIP (Florida Reforestation'IncentivePrograrnr.thefrge
'.Bush's 'negatives'the* \ tionnaire to Judge Mellon requesting that 'would ( \ seedlings,
wimp factor, weren't necessarily'anti-Reagan; they not escalate o the level thf we set:
Mr. be
the Hardy allowed to.remain free while 'program is going on right now until, money
where-was-George factor, the prep- clearlywant a new, course" says the, his case is on appeal-out of sympathy and Does this sound like"meddling" in eachother's runs out. This program will reimburse landowners
py factor, On the periphery of this core Journal. "When asked whether the next loyalty to a fellow citizen I am certain; lives and affairs? Well, it Isn't j for their seedling expenses tap-,'
,, group floats a tier of issue-oriented ad- President should continue along the and not I hope because "oth'I'18'med to meant to I do believe there is a difference proximately $16/acre). Minimum acres to
visers who write desperate memos they path of Ronald Reagan be doing it." An equal, or greater l number, between meddling and intolerance proper, plant is 5, maximum number of seedlingsis
or change direc- of the citizens of our community feel Mr. concern support and for cer- 60,000 (or to 80 ). The
the chief of up acres
staff
hope will allow the tion tain program
candidate more than two-thirds opted for a Hardy violated the trust and confidence1 behavior or conduct. \is: open to landowners in Bradford and
to see."Modern change." placed in him as a fellow community Some may say this would take away the Union Counties who are not involved in any
electoral politics i 19 a com- member and, additionally a person at onetime freedom of the individual to live and act as other federal cost-share program, Anyone
plex enterprise.. No doubt the hired of some influence in our community with they choose. However, it seems to me that j interested should contact the county ,
freedom ,
Michael as a whole. This same group feels, I comes responsibility. forester the ASCS
consultantsHave Poll Dukakis and Lloyd Bentsenare am or agent soon!
Will Travel conduct both
certain that if some other member of our our private and public lives
bring something to the processsteer the ones who can provide that community were to become involved in a in such a manner which would place no un- 'ACP& FIP
,ing politicians, the press, and even change. With George Bush it would be like situation but perhaps did not enjoy ,due burden on ourselves or those who As always landowners can qualify for
Presidentsthey are "more of the same '. the same prestige and influence as Mr. place their trust and confidence" in us, cost-shared funding from the ACP
,trivializing( Hardy,then that person would not be afforded We might even, go so far as to' silently (Agriculture Conservation Program) or'
even the consideration of being pledge that in the future as we see problems ,>FIP Forestry Incentives Program):
allowed to remain-free while appealing developing that we will rarecare'' These programs will assist landowners
with the cost'and
judicial decision. Each group has an enough to act and act responsibly the management of'
,arguable case. 't spirit of concern for the 'reforestation. Sign-up under ACP was during
well-being of
"_. However.wonder what would be the another and in the of love. the month of August FIP sign-up will
:" : spirit Christian .
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'> were to concentrate our efforts
": nLNt 'l'd" .'" ,and!concern at the beginning: :.nf n pr<.M.>mWe Box 1004 Starke forester with tree planting. Your county
forester or private consultant are there,to
'Are Standing'' 'Here'We Go Again 'help so' give,. them a call.' '. '

FLORIDA TEACHING. PROFESSION NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION "' On A PrecipiceTo ,I' 'Bush has the rich in his pocket.He Is try, TAX TIME? '
IIJ SOUTAl>+1k Sixt6T.TMuaASStr: flCll the Editor
; poor by telling lies and bringing up enw ,J of Vermont put together a Forestry Fact
October tar 1989 ,, I can't understand for the life of tional NON-ISSUES.He is covering this up Sheet entitled "Federal Income Tax Information -
; c',' '," .'" \ me why the growing threats to our! with our great Flag. for Forestland Owners". This 4
Dear Editori' economy aren't the major issue of This is the reason we had so many J page bulletin contains valuable information
>, .V the presidential campaign. Expertsare crooks In the Reagan-Bush Whitehouse of Income reforestation, and management ./
On' behalf of, the FT;+"lo\f an assoclation''ofaore' than '52,000, /,'::" ':', predicting a severe recession The mud started at the top and trickled expenses as they relate to taxes., '
teacher ar+school' yptfkir in Florida, I, would like to let : r' perhaps a depression. I am deeply ,downt Although changes in the tax system have
,7. worried. WAKE UP AMERICA! I hurt the profitability of
Who
,your'readers know" why education personnel across America are. : do you general growing
supporting; Michael Dukakis, tor"Pre.ident.ot. the United states, -There has been a rapid decline of think will pay for the shameful, huge j r. McEvoy discusses tax breaks
,1 c, ,\ ,' ," '.J the U.S. banking system and a loss Reagan-Bush debt? Under a Bush Ad-, that should help landowners recover some
Governor Dukakis has placed education at the v.ry'tep of\, the ,',! ,of our standing as the world banking ministration it will be the middleclass-. of their expenses from planting pines. Con-,
for with programs cut for the older 'tact your county',extension office for a
Agenda his presidency He is committed to educational1' : leader since Reagan took office The people '
excellence and to equal educational opportunities for all value of the dollar has fallen over > health, needy children social and the hornless., 'copy. .; '
Americans' 75% against major foreign currencies They will try to cut security\ as they ,BURNING AND WILDFIRE
have during the last '
since 1985.! The U. S. has only :2 I, eight years. We are ASSISTANCE
To achieve these ambitious goals, Michael Dukakis, unlike his banks in .the world's top 25, com, only as good as the care we give our needy.. 'Please excuse our telephone changes. If
opponent, has 'made specfie proposalsi pared to 14 for Japan; U.S. banks, Dukakis Is an honest man. He will have you; called trying to get a burning
now own 19% of western world bank press conferences 01a regular schedule i authorization lately that phone has been
1)) Ensuring outstanding teachers for our schools by creating: assets ,while 'Japan owns 32%.' and not just when he feels like it, which i disconnected. Please call 1-800-327-6752 fora
was few and far between under Reagan i burning authorization. for Inconvenience '
National Teaching Excellence Fund Foreign banks make over 20% of Sorry any -
loans to American borrowers; He won't have those mysterious memory this may have caused. Also,
2)) Eliminating adult Investors losses about things he doesn't want to 1 fire season is approaching again with
illiteracy through federal grants, Foreign hold over 1.33 ,
remember and wethe
improved learning technology, and 'a Citizens' Literacy trillion dollars in U.S. assets. How be treated mlddleclassr will i everyday that passes without rain. Don't
Corps; all supervised by a revitalized, S. Departmentof can anyone call this prosperity?!, falrly.1berich cher I forget-1 you want to get help with a
by not their share of the
;, Education paying taxes or woods fire, call that number above for'help.
We are standing on precipice" not paying any at all.- I County Fire Departments can help

3) Making college opportunity available to students of all Bank .failures are setting post- 'Pat Henley,Lawtey; j too, but when the fire gets in woods' call!
financial means: through a College Opportunity Fund. Depression records and increasing the Division of Forestry first,, ,
every year; last year 205 American

I 4)) Investing in pre. chool programs to help "at risk" U.S.banks banks failed.have Even worse, the top 9' Former Resident _.*_
children succeed in classroom., loans totaling 100% 'Will Celebrate
.... of their equity to Latin American I Historical Photos
100th
5) Tackling the scourge of drug abuse with', meaningful '' governments whose economies are Birthday On Exhibit at
in serious decline and Editor Telegraph;:,
who many expens Lake College
that City
programs teach and warn young people of the dangersof
Drugs rather than offering empty ,slogans. expect, to be unable to repay. J.R. (Shorty) Heath was a resident of'
'your area for .' I lip will 'A traveling exhibit of historical Florida
George Bush would
continue
These are ju.t. few of Michael ,Dukakis'' visionary ideas whichgo disastrous policies of Ronald the celebrate his 100th. ,birthday anniversary photographs now on display at the Lake
straight to the heart of solving America's education! ,. Reagan that he once termed on Nov. 6.1988.Perhaps City Community College as part of an
institution He has stated, MHO issue'no concern no '"voodoo economics". He wants to, there are those in your area of educational outreacb-nrogram initiated by
means more to me than education." give tax cuts to every interest group, circulation who knew him and would like Secretary of State Jim Smith to place
especially the big corporations that to send him a card for this occasion. Help museum exhibits on statewide tours.. "
.
AS an educator, I believe Michael Dukakis offers the. best hope have already profited outrageously I us give him a grand old card shower! This collection depicts life In and around i

for our children attd-for our. country's future. Let'si give him,. during the Reagan-Bush years. He His address Is:'J.R.Heath c/o Guardian Tallahassee In the late 19th and early 20th
a chance: to ,prove ,it,: I'j'' > : ;," 'won't cut military spending: yet 'Care Home, Kenansvllle N.C.Thank you.\ centuries. With the development of glass
< '' .I',.,.." .. "" every solution fee proposes for drugs, plate photography before the turn of the
Slncerelyi >i ,''\,;:{:" I., ) education, etc., more' money,*, Elro& Nancy Driggers century the camera assumed an increasingly
;' : ,' ',." ,'. .' Nephew and Niece Important role In recording for
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7'.k" \" \' \ < ; "" '. sen have admitted to the American buildings, and landscapes.
; '; : :; :: : \ :P\iii .,' 'lri ,V,:< ', t
: : that can't spend money
., \ (i: people they
Kathy e.ii .' .d/k':/? '..:,,, r'', r ,P'MfI.. .:..!: ;. ? (; '.,:' .\lIi"'I, !i;:,"(try i'1' ; !f<> ;'{; .' we don't have. If Bush .Is elected Collection Produced of by the the Florida Florida State Photographic"Archives,'

President FTP-NtA ?'" ", ; ., i' '.:"' "," ,\,'" ,, he'll latter-day surely Herbert go down Hoover, In history and as the a T l'l the lo Traveling offer Floridians Exhibits Program greater access Is designed to-

United States will have another "
their cultural and historic! heritage.
depression, on IU Honda. An...;icans con um* an average of The exhibit will be shown al the Lake CI-
M.' ranl..n BUrte I iy Community CoHrgr through October,
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I, New, Amanda Arrivals.Torode'barl ': ,.''r:, '.- '., KEEP' l%" '.. ,., ., ''.

and 'Christie Torode" o(" ...
King.sley Luke announce the birth nf

their daughter, Amanda Christine. ,
horn on Sept :24. She WI'IKht'dIh.! 4 '
IVAI tJ ., oz. and was 22'/4' inches long. She WILBUR L. ,Y.r'r .t

joins a ulster, Shelley Jean.. Ih.t'll
yoars-old. 4 r
Maternal KrtinilmrrntM| arc Kcv;'&, r
Mrs. Normal' Redding of' Sl.irkcjrealgriimlmoltw '
( ( ; I In. Mrs Hen WATERS. "
Davis of IVirsjicola,
Paternal nnin Mrs John Ti' >i'islaI !of Kjiii'kc

f Chaslty Whitaker County Commissioner '

'
'Greg and Camille Whitaker proudly
District 5
,,' announce the birth of' their Democrat,
daughter, Chastity IVniso, born Octobers I'
She joins a brother, .Joshua
/ '. Clay 12 old She named
was
'''. '.' years
.J : memory of her brother, Gregory .
: -
..: ,''.. r '. \,1'.':,.1", ,,, ; Chad. The following precincts are in District ,5:
" : "," ''' ;:,: :\ : Paternal grandparents are Jatncs ,'
;'" ,.' : ; '''\ ;\ .. /:; K'i"I' and Eva Kddings.Maternal .
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; '.' \,;,,,.; ; j ,t grandparents 81'Javi '
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. ,". ,'". ,' ." '.1", .,.. Gassett of Starke'an
if "/.,':"i'' : .. ""." ,. of St.''August,irn 12A First Presbyterian Church 14 National Guard Armory ..,4!, ,

"I \," 12B !r First Presbyterian, Church '. 15 Hrookqr City Hal) .. ,,
: /. ;
/ George J. Miller ; ,,? ; ;
f\:;,',;\' ,,(/I: i\:\",'', Mr.& Mrs John Derrick, Proctor'. I1, "" :f '. i \ Mr & Mrs.James P. Miller of San ,,' .. t. ;" .; : ':';:;;::iI i\( ,)',
. '' ,
'1:> :I'i',; ,) < \ ;. Diego Calif., announce the birth of a ,." ,
'
.;:,\:),;;':/: '.; ::1' Jackson-Proctor Married' ,.' '" son Maternal, George grandparents Jeffery born are Oct.Mr.13, & If you: vote .at 'one' of these /

.(:! ':" ;::' ,'.,', In ,Mrs. Clifton Jacobs. of Jacksonville .
Camp
Blanding! Chapel 'Beach.
,,
' your vote" and
precincts
; ', '"" .-'' : ', Paternal grandparen'ts'are Mr. & supporton ;
,.; :., ,,:, Kelley Jackson, daughter of Mr & tables and punch tablewere, Cindy Mrs. Jack Miller of ''Jacksonville. "
"I'..; -' < Mrs. David E. Jackson of :Starke, Parado, Lisa Jones and Tara Mat: Great-grandparents are Mrs. 'Maggie November8th: will be, greatly'
,
'
,. ., .i') and .John Derrick Proctor; son 'of chant. Miller and the late George Miller, ,
, ,'. ,,,' ,,',. Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Shaw ofF Following a wedding trip to Jckyll; of Starke .
, '.',I 'I.,'., Bryceville and Mr. & Mrs. Don Proc Island, the newlyweds will'make appreciated.
" ':' ,' ,,' tor of Callahan,were married Satur their new home, m Augsberg, Germany .
,'. '> '' day Aug. 27 in the Camp Blanding Kelly Is in the Army'with the PHOTOGRAPHY >'
', Chapel at Kingsley Lake. ''medical detachment and departed
w'' '! Bro. Bruce Cubbedge'and' Bro: Sept.'7 for Germany, where they will By,; Cathy Wooley
:i -
}jkys{, ,:ihf,{ :. ruts ;:',I.;,' Don Rimer both of Starke performed reside for three years. Derrick 964.4151 964.6)66 :Keep WATERS :working for
" : i '},r:" ':' the ceremony, with Tom and Nancy finished his spring term at Jacksonville :
Weddings, Engagements'Anniversaries
t MU/faf/ df.Goroon, of Jacksonville providing the' University and is now working '
; t,: Iill"\) "; nuptial music. atthe Jacksonville Shipyards and Bradford County. .
f.I i'MI!. .;1:1: ,; I The altar was decorated with two TOdd's Gym in Macclenny. He will Cati for Free Consultation Pd Pol Adv (Dl)
a"; J '{I:. 'candle trees and a 15 candle arch join Kelley on Dec. 1.
l : :
? with fresh arrangements calla -
,; lillies astormerias, stargazer lillies
':, ,, '. ,and mini-pink carnations; to the side
"
\ .:' { '. iof the altar were two spiral
i. .;y 'candelabras with palms and ferns;
,,: : : Family pews were marked with a
"j'y/ ,, ",' spray of fresh callalillies, stargazer.
'
>, lillies and mini-pink carnations.'
.', 't' Given'in marriage by her father;

," the bride wore a white satin gown
with a close-fitting bodice sprinkled

.. ,', i with clusters of pearls, sequins and
,,' ,../ trimmed with venise lace.'The long
," ",
", ..4,' puffed sleeves had shirring along the
,,:, ', sides ''and elasticized at the a a
,I' ','," shoulders. The full skirt was trimmed
'" \ ". with venise lace as well as' the
'i"I'I,;,, ;);\ train. The bride carried a cascading STANLEY SERVJ," TAR,
" ,!; '.';:. 'spray of white silk callalillies cat-, .
"; '. :' .1'/': tleya- orchids, and mauve'' Mk
1"x25'PowerlockIITape -
,.,( ,: ,' :: '." phalaenopsis, orchids and ivy with '2''x 60Yd. 4
.I' ,' 'I".y ,, mauve ribbon white lace on a lace'; '
,. '. Rule with '
'fan. She wore teardrop pearl earr Duct Tape
<"-11 IlD) i. t
ings and a pearl necklace. "
The bridal was a spray 'N "' Chrome Case Professional quality Silver laminated, "'W"c:5', '
I ,j' ," 'of simulated -pears with fingertip-, ,: ', .' l ii" I" ,cloth/ yyitheiftra-strong: adhesive, I ,"\ .1'
, I'. .: "?' _, 'length nylon' veil and blusher- + [il.atpt:" !ade Has Stanley gvvE\dQck\ feature a e l t t Seals"all'air\r'Biicts./ Many other'usesSPECIAL + ,, ,. ." ,,"'
"? xqli'iu? ,.a -' iie'1tModrWithoseilteWSlaPTIgG : qcdKeVstone'BS Al'i :\r' :' : ,r... hp-oncas: fi 3J': ...... 1 'str ,.ih It'. ' ftSSR'-ADO. t'1"'f' 1:1:<11.. J. "utom. <'.",,,\;,, V \ i' I
' '" \', I best'm iJ1iUStnrs"werei: ) "m. '''''' "'I "t'>"'l" ""......, M *f- '>> ....,.. .It '.'" .. >' Itt
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.
:,:I ,:''V, Robbie May and Tony Honour, both "
:h/ ,..', .,,'';(, "" of Lake Butler. Nf\-:; >i'j/' 'SPECIAL..9 : $ 99 .
.. : 3
: ,+1" The maid of honor was Julianne _
;:, 'rr ,' ., Jackson, sister of the bride,wearing : T1 :J j PRICE '_'' I" M; 'PRICE ,
\" b
..." : a satin gown of daphne rose with a "",,", "" \.1. r
"
.:: sweetheart neckline and fitted J 'i/ "
, ', i,bodice with basque waist. Short puffy I{(.
, .,. r+.nrr
sleeves were trimmed with ruffl] a SER : TJRr p ( ( .
:. .,ed lace. The low vee-back was accented ;; Wood .: ,,, '," >, ,,', with lace and a satin bow
"\/i''; '; ','r" Her headdress was a hair-flower Stepladder :Keys
'. t try
'iJl'i, .'. of silk flowers of daphne rose. { '
(, / ,; ; See Household Stepladder has grooved steps and side- + For most S/dentlallocks and Amencan-(tnade cars. iij ks
,
1.\\, ; 1 I/" carried a silk fan with fresh lock 'for 200-Ib s r '
\ W355. 1
1 '.' 1,,' lit spreader safety. capacity. ,Nickel-plated brass .Limit 2 per Customer. /
\ white orchids and
, '''' \,1:., ) phalaenopsis WI

" I ;:. mauve Flower heather.girl was Allyson Williams .i, ''SPECIAL PRICE $1499' -.i- 1$100
SPECIAL PRICE I
the niece who wore'a
: 'I,:' ( groom's )
rl/ gown identical to the maid'of
",' ,'1\;'." ;,. ? honor's. She carried a lace basket O BIACKSDECKER 10" Rotary < .
I, I, .,;. 'with mauve ribbons and flower t
': ( I' '
,, '; petals. Table Miter Saw
; / f .
.
':" 1 bearer was Justin Williams t f
'Ring
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'" t" e Compact, lightweight and powerful. 2 HP motor, Quick grab h'gl.strength.adheslve' bonds most
'r.'., (the groom's nephew). Both the, t.a Accurate cast and machine miter, scale.' f year +i 1 .' 'construction materials with' one surface application:
:: flower; girl and ring bearer are, from 1 w warranty. Blade included. 1703 ; Water resistant. .10 5 oz; LN601B
., Ft. Myers.:; '
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\' ",' Following the ceremony a recep-" 'i' SPEC/AL'PRICES 164 99 ,99" G.' -
' ,; "-r, tr tion was held at the Officers Club at ",,:'
I' "ff.; "'" Camp Blanding. t SPECIAL, ,, PRICELiquidNails. aE

': ," ,:, (,.,,:'" 'The reception area was decoratedwith "
\,4v' : :""; palms and fern. On the mantle SERVITIIR"
' ,i';''c' a ''i was a centerpiece of lillies and pink ( 5PackSandpaper
,I,1i l''e/l'; \ '"'' carnations. The food table had a Staple Gun 'I .
,(1 )I'd1 I, ; :,'.,.. cascading centerpiece of selected, ?; \ 't .
" ; 'r with All-steel construction with chrome "finish. Includes screen;; sv.aV '
1 flowers and "
greenery mauve ; sheets of'
\ j. medium and t
Contains 2 line coarse
,,:\; .r. ;,.' candles at the three different tiers.A' wire and window shade attachment, #T50FS; V 1' sandpaper. Use.on wood metal plastic o'composition. '
///,1,/,:, t!-,,) four-tier heart-shaped cake with a '
J.'r'W+t'I:;'iji,' ceramic cake top was accented with $1139 : ''C' gg ,

:',,' \, '.' pink lace,' flowers and pearls. SPECIALPRICE: .SPECIAL'PRICE'
,
/I' Around the cake was greenery with

fresh orchids, mini pink ,
,< carnationsr. y
,.. heather and alstrormerias. Q'5TLRLfNJCLTcO 'Lavatory Faucet SERVlTIIR ;
.' ', On the punch table, a champagneIt
. ': : ; fountain was decorated with a floral I No-drip washerless 'faucet: Chrome finish. 5.year 1 Corn Broom "'
. ""J! arrangement. '. i h 1l drip-free limited mfr warranty, 060-72,82
,
': Z ,,', Mrs. Linda Cubbedge of Otisville r"i S.99 S. Features all corn,ber for heavy duty'sweeping,
,"i.} N.Y., directed the wedding. Cathy s SPECIAL PRICE 'r; ) / Sturdy,'11, handle. 1038 -
t" "
. 'Jackson (sister of the bnde) and,
/ ':, ', Stephanie Agin cut the bride's cake. {, k h ll'' With Pop-up $ $ 199

, .\'j.,''' Mrs. Stephanie Welch and Miss Cin. x 1 SPECIAL PRICE 999 SPECIAL PRICE'Rainbow. &
: dy Taylor served the groom's cake.-
', :,, {' ',' ,The bride's book was presided' SPRINGFIELD I '3M '
'. .," Jackson (sister of the
over by Casey ,
.
r
:. "!j.t ., bride) and Nicole Proctor (sister of, p ,o :*"iv Insulataow.11', '
"::,; !7', I the, groom)/Assisting at the food Vo 6o Thermomete't' '
'' Shrinks tight to stop dalts'and 'Irost(on 'live,' ,
prevent)
} .
, i. Club Large 12"dial/ features bold black numbers with bright t ,..,r + < '
.
I Gator QB red pointer for,maximum: visibility, Weatherproof' styrene '?,ja.7" 3'inside x 5' windows.214t Clear' as glass. easy to Install,from. SJ99
'' ; Meets Nov. 3 case. '7905.6 1 ,"
$ ,.
..., The STarke Gator Quarterback PRICE4 ,
;
.6o
Club will meet Thursday, Nov. 3 at ,. 'r 120 SPECIAL Yr' SPECIAL PRICE
the Starke Golf and Country Club. k
Social time'' will begin at 6:30: ,
meeting and covered dish supper at individual+ /dealers may limit, quanliti i Use your Sr.VIsrAfl\ / )C+edit' Card*
,:; 7 p.m. Special guest speaker will be Individual dealers nay not stork ill"items + !' paftopal. ,na stare,' i&SERVISTAFj Corporation'
...;eG Bill Arnsparger, UF;, Athletic direc 'cash Some and stores+may mind items! to iy .'
001, urged to attend carry terms only. ,
\ tor;All members are p
'.',i since this Is the Thursday prior toM ''-
? .the Florida-Georgia game. Hardware Lumber Home Centers .> -"
that the con J'
Members request '
h" jnunity help them cheer the Gators ACME HARDWARE & \\q' "- I

through Starke on Friday afternoon, .. ,
'alai;:o..t'\' Nov. 4. They will slow down as they :: :}, \ \
,';j, pass through on 301 between 3:30 BUILDERS SUPPLY < \ : ;.. .
businesses .
and 3:45 'Local can
: p.m.
'e" '. '

I .. ;rit--,(,..':.,' ',. show messages The club their on will,billboards support be taking,by etc.a posting bus to 4*(! ,??(. 301 East -Call Street ":":. 'tf< !:,:',;;:)- .

for the on Saturday 'i) "
'" Jacksonville game A bus will also be taken to the I STARKE "; :
wKS FSU on' Saturday, Nov. 26. { .. .
game ?'
\ d'-\I'\ .s '
These trips are open to the public. If <';1\\. ."" '. r
at int.,r.*ted ,call Marty Barry ut ':';1, .' .': .
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'ByDoloresMeng' I : ; Items of InterestHouston A Gospel Sing and Revival will be 'Holidays in the Country* Is the'theme

Phone 468-1915 held at the Church of God of Pro- of the St. Edward's Parish'Bazaar
phecy, Inc., 2138 JN. Temple Ave., to be held on parish groundson
i ,Starke"' Sat. Nov.b.Spaghetti .
.
Hampton Carnival...
Hannah Ford, Susan Parmenter,
,
and meatball dinners
for fun and Special singers "Joyful Sounds"will
Everyone looking good Amanda Rowland, Michael 'Tyler
be featured will be available from 11 a.m. to 6
Grace at the Gospel Singon
food is Invited the PTO Halloween BaptistHomecoming
to and Danny Wiggins. 4-Jaclyn Family'
and fun
baked
Saturday Crafts, goods,
Nov
night, 5. at 7:30 p.m.
Carnival this Oct.
Friday, 28 at ,Crews Chris Steve Innocent,
GibbsJ Set
Reunion HeldThe p.m. booths will,be,featured throughout
'Hampton Elementary.'A giant yard Alex Kirchalne Lisa McClellan .
,
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sale will be held from 9 a.m. to 1pm. Shaun Muse, Randee ,Varnum. second annual Houston family Grace Baptist Church w'UJ be having Revival begins Nov: 8 at 6 p.m., ,the day. be
with to
given are
weeknight services beginningat Among prizes a
., a great place for bargains of Gretchen Harris Jenny Johnson, reunion was held on Sept. 4-5 at the their homecoming on Sunday 7:30 p.m. Guest speaker will be hand-crocheted afghan and cash,
all f Nov. .
sorts 6 There
will be dinner follow
Melissa Kyle and April Scoggins. residence of Mr. & Mrs.
Lawtey Rev. Thunton is Invited
Williams. ,Everyone; gifts. Everyone' to come
The carnival booths will open at 6 6-Christina Broome Jennifer ing the morning service The Buck '
James Houston. is welcome "
to attend.
.and enjoy the festivities
p.m. and continue until 9 or until Jones Missy.Brown, Ricky! Adams This memorable celebration was Family from Callahan will be sing ,
everything is sold. Hamburgers,hot and Tracy: McCullough. enjoyed by more than 50 family Ing in the afternoon.The .
dogs, french fries; beverages, members and their families. pastor and church family'ex, Young at Heart Meets Nov. 3rd
desserts and snacks will be October Birthdays.. The highlights of this event was tend a warm welcome to all. Sunday .
available. Oct. 23-Diana Searcy, Bryan Archer meeting and greeting old land new, School begins at 9:45: a.m., morning The Young 'at Heart of the First October 13 the members enjoyed a
Hayrides the country store, Jaimee HugheS!, Kevin Meng; members. The specially prepared worship at It a.m. Baptist Church will have their trip to the First Baptist,Church In
fishing pond and many games will 24-Robert Broome;Toby Lee Sear dinner was delicious, of course. regular monthly meeting Thursday, .Jacksonville and a tour of the Bap-
be featured throughout the evening, cy. Brian Lott; 25-Elvie Rigdon; The grand finale was the Sunday Nov. 3 at the fellowship hall. Lunch tist Convention Center.I .
as well as cake walks. 27-Lucian Bradley; 28-Misty service at the Mt.Zion AME Church, Maxville' 'tfoy Night' will\ be provided by' the church.
Prizes Will\ include a, 12-gauge Koehler, Travis Kidd Garnet Songs(! by the choir consisting of This Saturday Come join us.
shotgun,portable color TV,$50 cash Studer 30-Patti Meng, Victoria family members and music by our
:
The /
and Beautiful i
door third annual will
numerous prizes. Zacek' 31-Polly Woods, Tracey own, Mrs. Leola Houston Ramrr.The "Joy Night"
'and scarey costumes will disguise Thompson. speaker for this occasion was be held Saturday Oct.29 at the Max
many kids and adults. Donations of another of our own, Mr. Cecil ville Assembly of God. This "family
yard sale country store, and food Williams Mr, James L. Houston Alternative carnival",featuring hot-
items will be appreciated,, along presided over this event;:The elder dogs games, prizes, cake walk, '
with help to organize and man the, UNICEF TrickorTreaiWill members of the family were hamburgers,and crafts will begin atThe
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booths. Be This Sunday' honored. Special and gratitude given special is extended recognition. to, Maxville sembly'of God Is 1TE. &

Poster Winners... The youth 'of the First United Mr. James Houston and Mrs. located at 9140 Hwy. 301 (1 mile '
Many attractive and artistic Methodist Church of STarke invite Juanita Houston for their hospitality. For South of Normandy information) call in Maxville { 3
posters were made by students 'others from middle school and high more ,289-9727'

advertising their Halloween Car school to ,Join them this Sunday Cotes Houston Long '.."
nival. First place winners were afternoon at 5 p.m. at the Methodist Chairperson and Reporter
given 15 carnival tickets;.10 tickets Church on Walnut Street to' "Trickor Surprise Party
were awarded 2nd winners Treat for UNICEF" '
place ;
Turknett
those winning 3rd place were fiven 5 UNICEF is the United Nations In, Given Ken ,? 'SU-EL'S RETIREMENT HOME
tickets, ternational Children's Emergency A,surprise birthday cookout was ,
WinnerS were': 1-Brandt Hawes, 'Fund. It is estimated 'that 38,000 given for Ken Turknett on Saturday, ACLF-ADULT CONGREGATED LIVING FACILITY
Phillip' Larisey', Bambi Rhoden, children die ech day and that half of ,Oct.22 to celebrate his 15th birthdayat
;John McMillan, Clint Morgan,, those deaths have easily preventable Vote ,EtheridgeSheriff the home of his grandparents,Mr. 'CERTIFIED NURSING, AST CPR
Denyse Edwards April Scoggins causes Last year. 50 percent'of &Mrs. Kenneth Coleman. &
and Donny Jones. 2-Donna Sanford,; UNICEF'sjrogram expenditures'were Nov 8 Many relatives and friends from FIRST AID TRAINED STAFFGROUP'HOME
Ruben Contreras, Melody Barr for child health care and, 17 .poI- 'Jacksonville Orange Park and :
Amy Crews Teddy Demaree, Hope 1 UNICEF ter supply and sanita Starke helped Ken celebrate his birthday -
Archey, Howard Smith and Sonya tion. provided essential, (
Hodges. 3-Julie McMillan, Ryan drugs'and vaccine to over too
Hendrieth, Nikki Baker. Jose Diaz, developing countries around the
Trent Jones Adrienne Coleman world. in ActionTo
Stephanie DeSut and Bridgett UNICEF boxes will also be found Singles <
Brantley. in businesses in Lawtey and Starke Meet Oct. 28
this week as the volunteers will not
LegalNotices The Starke Church of God Chrisstian
Honor Roll Students.... county be able, to stop at every' door in the Singles in Action will be having '

For 'the first six weeks grading, ,a meeting Oct. 28 at 7:30: p.m. / 'tA"'a7ifw ,
'period the following received all Hope Baptist'' Bring a snack and join us.in the annex
,A's: l-ReynaldctAvUesJasonBarr.; of the church.
Kristin Bradley, Jeremy. Gates,', Church HomecomingHope .
Brandi Gatlin, Jenette Gatlin' Baptist Church; located 6
Juston Hart Joshua Hodges, Brian ''miles South of Starke on Hwy, 100,; ., i''
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Lott, Julie McMillan Joshua Meng will observe homecoming on Sunday REGISTER INTENTIONTO 11 lina'slBeauty r 8"R.rrr Y iGa ke f .f I

Brad Muse Raymond Rhodent>on-' ,Oct. 30.Services will begin with FICTITIOUS NAME 'lf("
na I Sanford., Christopher Schmidti Sunday School at 10 a.m.. followed;\ Pursuant to, Section 865.09 Florida FOR AMBULATORY SENIOR
Amanda Townsend. by a II a.m. worship service with Statute,nolle it h.r.by given that the : Safon ADULTS'. REASONABLE RATES
Turner 2-Detria Ford. Jesse Mov- Pastor Gary Heath bringing(! the undersigned KEN SUTTON, .','2" Sox
ball, Erik: Scoggins Jassy Starling. message.A basket lunch will be en- *", Stark, Flo. 3201. *o|. owner do- DAY CARE AVAILABLE FOR ELDERLY ALONG WITH
2/3--Nikki Baker; Melody Barr, ,joyed after the morning worship serer ''Ing business' under the firm name of
Nena Contois, Melody Youngblood, ''vices A gospel sing will be held at 2 FREEDOM \CYCLES,, Rt. 2, Sox 951" Haircuts......,$6.00 WEEK,LONG TERMS 24 HR,, SUPERVISIONA
Joey Rowe. 3-Clay Archey, Vicki p.m:, and no evening services, are Starke fla. 32091? Intends to register
Hutto John ((McMillan, Matthew planned.The aid fictitious nome Under' the aforesaid' L Perm Wave.$25.. Coun ry Atmosphere with p Home Type Setting

Mullis,;,and Paul Phillips 4Hope'Archey church Invites everyone to be statute. WalkerPlanned Activities, !
Alicia Baker and Jason WK* with them on this special; day. This'' Dated this 6th day of October. 1988,in 964-2864 Sue, loft, : 1 mile South on St Rd. t
CulloCigh/ ; '5-Tori Hersey.i, Angela, year marks the 112th anniversary of Bradford,County. ; Phone 468-2619"
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Mengand Charlotte Smith the founding of Hope Baptist i 0869 325. Hampton
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'6-Jennifer Parley Church., '
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2/3-Daniel Davis Tonya NewmanRoger' I'mQualified.'
Underwood. Maryla '
Haefecker and Kairee Lee.
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,Monday: Vegetable soup,'cheese (1..1.;'applesauce ,-
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Tuesday Carndogs,-macaroni 6: cheese. 'cabbage '
slaw,peaches, milk $25999
Wednesday f Chicken A rice,mixed vegetables. "
cheese Mix mixed fruit cinnamon roll milk.
Thursdayt Baked turkey, mashed potatoes 4 "Gus
gravy,fruit crisp,biscuit honey milk. !,285 'Safe S-O 1 ,
Krldayr Hamburger on bun french fries,, fruit ,
Jello cookie,milk.'
Bradford High SchoolMondayi 16"replaceable' sprocket-nose Control Tipguide bar 2.8'cu. In.engine;

Hamburger gravy; mashed potatoes, Quick-start; Ignition, Vertical cylinder, chrome bore,* Auto chain oilingPoulan
,buttered green peas,,coconut,cake, oucuit fc '

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cole slaw,fruit cup cinnamon roll milk.
Wednesday Cheeseburgers, buttered. 'corn., PRObe "
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Thursday Barbecue beef on bun; french 'fries l, '
green beans,key lime pie milk. ,,"
Fridayt Spaghetti w/meat sauce cheese ill*,, ,
garden salad apple crisp,hot rolla;milk. '
,A-la-Carte / professional best f serious woodcutters., ',., Democratic, Candidate ,for' .

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Wed..d.". Pizza hamburgers:'corndogs, Florida Pest Control Statke Poyvr\ Equip., -Chalnsaw Repair '
trench fries,milkshakes.Thursday ,539 E.Call St., 438 S.Walnut Street. : 't
(' milkshakes.) Hamburgers., pl.uatrench', ,'fries; 964-5745 964-568 Hwy,473-:21 233 North,, GUSWILER, ,SAYS:, ;:/*

Fridays Corndogs, hamburger, french fries, "
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.Each day students have*choice of s hot lunch, |TlllCiOOIll I PMrtbulanlnc, Box 8M. TIft..... CA 1179). 'wit gmnmrt idcifuaw Mock .taduenkad '
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Quick and Certain Punishment for Crime
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COMPLETELY INSTALLED AT THIS PRICE!

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Gus Guswiler is a language arts teacher at Orange .
You Must Act Now. This Special Offer Ends Nov. 3O,
Call Park High School, adjunct of economics instructor at

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Probate, Post Office I Drawer S, Stark. IN THE CIRCUIT you for the relief demanded 'In the Florida at
I address of COUNT OF THE EIGHTH com.plaint. ''In Slarke, Bradford County "
Florida 32091 The nom and the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND 11:00;: A.M. on November 10, 1988 the ', ,
the personal' representative and personal FOR BRADFORD COUNTY GENERAL' 'WITNESS my hand and the teal/ ol this following described property set forth In 'oj. I
representative' attorney Is set JURISDICTION Court this 26th day of September I98. ,
DIVISION '' the order of final judgment: %'If "
forth below, < demand CASE NO. 88-506 CA" r"\! .'''GILBERTS BROWN 2. Plaintiffs hold a lien for the 'total ,'i,,' )
IN THE CIRCUIT (COURT IN AND FOR Commence at the Northeait corner of. All person having claim or WITHIN SHEARSON LEHMAN MORTGAGE COR c ItheCourJ!: sum superior teeny claim or ..tot" of "
again the required.
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA old Section 36 and run South 00 degree estate ore DATE OF THE PORATION ( defendants LONNIE' i. WARREN'' and
CIVIL ACTION No. 88461CA 27'33" Eat, along the East lln. of told FIRST THREE PUBLICATION MONTHS FROM OP THE THIS NOTICE, to Plaintiff, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH BERT ELL WARREN, his .wife, STATE FARM
FLORIDA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN Section 36, a distance of 6tU.3q feet to file with the clerk of the abov court a *' ; JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE
ASSOCIATION the Point of Beginning; thence continue written of claim of demand MARK A. STIVERSat./ FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. COMPANY and INDIANA LUMBERMENS
Plaintiff to' South 00 degree 27'33" East along old statement any Defendants. I CASE NO 88-S43-CA MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY', on the ,
YI iff.KIET East Lin*, 200,00 (eel; thence run North In they may and hove.mu'I"dlcol.Each dalmanustb. the bails NOTICE OF ACTION IN RE: The Adoption of following described, property In Bradford i
SUNDUSADEE al? 89 degreei IS'47" Wet 200.00 feet: for the writing and address of TO MARK A,' STIVERS and ', SHANNON' LEE MICHAELS County, Florida: ,
Defendant. thence 27'33"West claim the name CANDI L, STIVERS a minor, Commence ol the NW corner tot the
North 00
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run degree
the creditor hi* agent attorney, and 4 of Sa.Non2, Tov .h'p
904 NOTICE OF ACTION SW 1/4 ul' iW I n
NOTICE OF 89 Young CircleRldgecrmt
ACTION,, 200.00 feet; thence run South the claimed. If the claim I I' contingent ,
TO: KIERT SUNDUSADEE 'and THE degree 1547" East 200.00e.1 to the amount the nature of CA 9355S TO; FATHER OF ABOVE-NAMED MINOR .6 South Range'22 East Bradford: County,
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF KIERT .SUN Point of Beginning. Lying and b.ingIn the, or unliquidated shall be stated. If the YOU ARE NOTIFIED that on action for RESIDENCE UNKNOWN Florida, and run North 89*40' East
DUSADEE IF ANY, at the lost known Bradford County Florida. claim uncertainty shall be 'Foreclosure{ Mortgage on' the follow YOU) ARE NOTIFIED that on action for < 680.82 feet to a point. Thence run South
r.sld.nc of Rout. 2, Box 403K, Alderman described.I II secured The claimant the security shall deliver, Ing described property: the adoption of a minor, child hot been 047'Wesl/356 Sleet to a point Thencerun
Road M.lros., Fl. 37666. and Together without limitation the the clerkto That portion of SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of SE filed and you are required to serve a North 8V4V East 63 50 feet to the
CRISANTA SUNDUSADEE o/k/o Crl.on- following specific Items of personal property sufficient copies of the claim to ta 1/4 lying East of Seaboard RR running copy of your written defenses, if any on point of beginning Continue, ,North
to Victoria Sundusod. and THE together with any and all oddl- the enable the clerk to mall one copy North and South of Section 14, Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr., petitioners' at. 89*10' East 91.90 feet too point thence
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF CRISANTA SUN lions thereto or replacement thereof: personal representative. to Township p S. Range 22 E, Deed Book 65. torney whose address Is P.O. Drawer North 0-471 East, 106 50 feat to a point on
DUSADEE, o/k/a Crlionlo Victoria Sundusod Refrigerator, Range/Oven, Fan/Hood Apersons Interested In the estate Administration page :203 public record of Bradford 938, Slarke, Florida 32091: on or before the right of way of Chariot Covet
.., IF ANY. at th'lo known Dlhwaher, Dlipoiol. whom a copy of this Notice of County, Florida lets portion conveyed by t November 7, 1988,and file the original ,Thence South B9*40'Weil. I It.72 f test t-j a
rs>sld.ncs> of 20039 Crazy Hart Orel. Witness my hand and the teal of this hoe been MONTHS mailed are FROM required Quitclaim Deed to State of Florida with the clerk of this court either before point on the right of way of Charles
WITHIN THREE
Katy, TX 77449, Court on this 24th day of October, 1988. THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION 'recorded in Book 74, page 335 service on petitioners Attorney'' or 1m Court thence Northwesterly along on
Also described 'mediately thereafter; otherwise arc 32.0 feet sold arc having
AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING GILBERT S. BROWN os that port of the,SE 'a a Soi'J.ot
INTERESTS. BY THROUGH UNDER OR Clerk of Circuit Court OF'THIS NOTICE, to file any objection 1/4 ollh. SE 1/4 of the SE 1/401 Section default will be entered again you for' 30.90 feet on', a', bearing of North
AGAINST KIERT SUNDUSADEE CRISAN Control 0684' they may have that challenge the validity 14. Township S S, Rang 22'E, Bradford the relief demanded In the petition. 6408'28" Wed Thence South 33'59 16
of the decedent' will the qualification WITNESS My hand and the teal of this 82.49 feet thence
TA SUNDUSADEE,'o/k/o Crl.anta Vic 4tchg 10271117NOTICE I County Florida lying East of ,the West ; South -0'47'
'court
torlo SundusacUt), THE UNKNOWN of the personal representative, or Seaboard Coast Line Railroad and North 1988. on this 28th day of September West, 52 feet to the point of beginningAll
SPOUSE OF KIERT SUNDUSADEE IF ANY, the venue or jurisdiction of the court. of SR C-12S and being more particularly lying In Section 22, Township, 6 South,
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT described, GILBERT,s. BROWN CLERK 22 East Bradford Florida
and THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF OF INTENTION o* follows: Range ?, County
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. l '
CRISANTA SUNDUSADEE, o/k/o Crlson- TO REGISTER Commence at the SE corner of Section Control 0866 (ver. pjm e occ)

to Victoria Sundusads, IF ANY, OR FICTITIOUS NAME' Pursuant to Section Publication 27,of 1988.this Notice has begun onOctober 14, Township 5 S, Range 22 E, Bradford .___-...,._--,- wIN 4tchg 10/6-27_ : DATED: October 14. 1988Gilbert
HAVING OR CLAIMING TO County, Florida, run thence due North S, BrownClerk
HAVE ANY 86S.09, Florida Statute, notice I Is hereby ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE .
RIGHT. TITLE OR INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY given lhat the undersigned Gregory'Scott : along 14 the E'ly boundary of said Section' THE CIRCUIT COURT 'EIGHTH of Circuit CourtConlrol0882

HEREIN DESCRIBED; Davis > Thoma ,Moob Bradley, JAMES R. FLYNN, ESQUIRE a distance of .feet to a point on JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that on action to P.O. Box 148, Hampton Fl 32044 joint -409 West Georgia Street 'of the the N'I\-P W line of SE C.125 and the POB FORD COUNTY FLORIDA', ;2t hg 10/20-27_
'foreclose mortgog. hat b..n filed owner, d/b/a Th. Cabinet Shop Intends Stork, P1.32091Telephone : parcel of land herein described CASE NO.. 88.305 CA NOTICE OF INTENTION
against you and JOHN DOE and JANE to register said fictiou name :! ((904) 964-4667 continue i thence North a distance of J. D. ODOM JR., and TO REGISTER
DOE. or olh.r occupant of Rout. 2, Box under the aforesaid ttotute. PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE: of 591.35! feet to the NE corner of the SE 1/4 VERNIE PHILLIPS ODOM. his1 wife. ,, FICTITIOUS NAME' -''
the
2420.: M.lrot. Fl.' SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 f f;>( said, Section" Plaintiff, ,
32666; UNITED STATES'OF Dated this :25th day of October' 1988 P. STEVEN FUTCH 14, thence North 89 PURSUANT to section 865.09. Florida
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AMERICA; STATE OF FLORIDA In Bradford County, Flo. P.O. Drawer HStark. N'ly boundary of said 55'07" W, along distant.of th.* v* Statutes, nptlce", Is hereby given that the
quarter a
DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOY. 4tpd '10/27-11/17 .. Fla. 32091: ,b6.721..t to a LONNIE E, WARREN and undersigned, SHIOWMAY CHERN 100 N,
point the ROW
MENT SECURITY; and SUTHILAK SUN. on fly BERT ELL WARREN, his wife,
2tchg 10/27-11/3 line of the Seaboard Coast Temple' Ave" Starke. Fla. 32091, sols
Line
DUSADEE. and .d ...... IN THE, CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA, Railroad STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE iN.
you ors r qulr to s Control 0883 thence South 18'2Q'W' ,''along said ROW owner doing/ business under th.* firm,
a copy of your written def.ns.s. If any EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR ---"- line a distance of 609.61 feet intersection SURANCE COMPANY; and name of CHINA GARDEN 100 N Temple/
to It P.l. R. Wolloc BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. to on INDIANA LUMBERMENS MUTUAL 'IN-
on r ol Gr..n. with the N'ly ROW line of SR Ave,, Stark. Fla. 32091, Intends to"register
Mastry P.A., plaintiff attorney, PROBATE DIVISION C-12S thence South 8928' E, sold SURANCE COMPANY said fictitious name under, the
,who.. oddre I II P.O., Box 3542. St. CASE NO. 88-84-CP NOTICE OF INTENTION N'ly R W line distance along ,Defendants. aforetald statute '
a of
200.0
Petersburg. Fl. 33731. before FILE NO. 1-3963 TO REGISTER feet to NOTICE OF SALE 'Doted ol
on or < an this 28th day September
angle in laid
point ROW line
Npvembtr 24, 1968. and file the original IN RE: ESTATE,OF FICTITIOUS NAME South 00'32' W, thence 1. Notice Is given that purwany'to a 1988,,In Bradford County '
witK"the clerk of tftls court either before ANN M. WILT Pursuant to Section 665.09. flarlHrt distance of along :said ROW ,a final, judgment dated October 10, 1988 Control 0867,
service on plaintiff, attorney.or Immediately Deceased.NOTICE. Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the 8928' E. 10.00 feet, thence South Case Number,,88.305-CA of the Circuit 4tpd 10.-6.27
thereafter*; otherwl. a OF ADMINISTRATION undersigned, DEAN O'NEAL 41(0Klngsley line distance continuing along sold N'ly ROW Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit in and
default will b. entered again you for To i all persons having claim or lake Drive, Starke, Fl. 32091, hat a been filed of 98.42 feet to the POB. for Bradford County, Florida, In which J.
the relief demanded In the complaint or, demand again the above estate and sole owner, doing business under the required to serve against you and you ore O., ODOM, JR., and VERNIE PHILLIPS' STARKE
petition. all other, persons Interested In theestate. firm name of SOUTHERN PRIDE defenses, if q copy of' your written ODOM, his wife, are the Plaintiffs, and CIIURCH OF GOD
It 'on
any to Alfred J. '
LONNIE
The property proceeded ) I I. BLUEGRASS tliO Klngsley lake DriveiStark. E'WARREN and BERT ELL WARREN ;
described a* follow: again* You are hereby notified that the administration .. Fl. 32091, Intends to register sold TlrellaAttorney is Suite for 214 Plaintiff, whose address his wife, STATE'' FARM MUTUAL 432 N, ST. CLAIR- 964-5445

A parcel of land situated In Government : of the Estate of ANN M. fictitious ,name under, the aforesaid. Avenue, Coral Gables, Florida.1570 Madruga, 33146, .and AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY, 'John Spratlin Pastor'
INDIANA
Lot ,1 of Section 36, Township 8 WILT,Deceased Case Number 88-84-CrV statute. on or before October LUMBERMENS MUTUAL INSURANCE ',We Invite to worship wlih '
of 24 1988, and file you xis., 1
Dated this 3rd day October,1988 In, COMPANY, ore the'DEfEN. ,
South Rang. 22 Eat Bradford County;.. 'and File 1.3963, I I. pending In the Circuit Bradford the original with 'the Clerk of this Court. DANTS., Attended
Florida; cold : being more Court for Bradford County Florida Probate -!: County" either before Nursery
parcel (
service
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on the
pV attorney 1 will
sell bidder
Conlrol0871 to and best Sunday .
Division, the address of which I I. highest* Schooli'r( "- 10am
tlcularly"described a* follow, :, Bradford Courlhau.'AII..tlon' ',, '4tpd 10/6-27 or Immediately thereafter; other'wie for cash in the lobby at the East front Morning Worship ',,,, ?,:(, 1 lam
\I lF County, : ,'. : ....; ad.faul.t.III, be .entered against door of the,Bradford County Courthouse Evening Service.v..';.vi ;16pm
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Starke Council: denied a' re- building Wynn said, out he could not
quest Tuesday night, October 18, to guarantee that a welder, :operated
rezone property on Edwards Road about 4 hours a week would not affect
from Residential to Light Industrial nearby television sets.
upholding the recommendation Wynn said he turned down a site In
made by the Starke Zoning,, Board the Industrial Pork because a radio
W.J. Dodd Jr., owner of the tower\would interfere with'' testing
parcel, had agreed to Sell to Wayne equipment, which I is quite sensitive
Wynn, if it could be rezoned to meet to radio frequencies, lie'' wants,to
Wynn s requirements. build Inside the city limits to take ad-
,U approved for rezoning, Wynn vantage of lowered insurance rates,
said he would build a City utilities and tax structure.
$180,000-$200,000() building on the lot, Newly elected Commissioner Ed k?
for the purpose of,assembling elec* Wall, who inherited chairmanship of'
Ironic components'into' a test' unit the zoning committee when Mayor
that sells for $140,000 each. Wynn Biggs moved up recommended
who is currently working out of a upholding the zoning board's recnnv '''r yYr
building south of town, said his firm .monrlation to deny the request '
shipped $1,500,000 worth of equip \
'men t from Bradford County within/ Vote Etheridge ,
,.the past year.
The operation will create no noise, Sheriff Nov. 8.
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Class of 1978,Enjoys Reunion... '
First row '(kneeling), left to right!: : Karen Robinson Casey, Dora Trlest Row 3: Clay Watson, Jerry Sullivan, Eddy Norman Brenda Creamer
Ben Broom.'Christie Redding Torode, Sonya Tenly Baldree. Elaine Nugent Livingston, Marty Russell James Young Marty'' Best Eugene Anderson.
Holtzendorf Collings Brenda Prevatt Alvarez Lamar Eunice Claire Turner Carol Carl Bedford Mark Box Matthew BOil Wayne Wood, Terry Mundorff,
Flynn Strickland and Tammy Kelly Baldree. Kenny Rodrlgue Billy Gnann. Larry Robinson, Isaac CummIngs Randall

Row 2: Cilitla Hawkins Brown,.Laurie Andrews Reyes, Terry Fill Bar- Illgglnbotham Stewart Browning. '
Row 4; Tom Tatum, David Carter Carol Flynn Strickland. Diane Crews
rick Valerie Jones Hoffler
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COUNTY COMMISSIONER. DIST,, 5 ,Cindy Elder'Thomas, Ronda Griffis Richardson Crawford By, am.Shan Lynn Edwards'Johns.DyaJ Miller, Castanv,, Rick Johns, Denise Gissy, Neva Flynn Kidd. Donna Harris
Vickie Norman Latonya Johnson Johnson, Cathy Futch Indianos, Elaine, Warden, John Cooper, Chuck Register Cheryl Boyette Atkinson, Bubba
Caulev Loll Jody /Atchinson Myers Ilayei. Karen Reddish Goldsmith, Becky Wall'Crews, Mark Griffith Hal
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The 1978 graduating class of Bradford members really enjoyed seeing theirsenior'plcture 'When'time was held, which '
V 'P. "I'i," r ,v was enjoyed /Married the Shortest: 'Cheryl!
'f.>' ,'" I. ,,on their name ,
'.'(, ::)" 1" ) .' High School held their ten year : tagst by' all. Introductions of Boyette Atkinson;.
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E" !" \ /'" ,'" >: ,reunion on July 23,with a family picnic teachers and office personnel were 'Most Children: Tammy Kelly
'" ,' ", .' : :. {, \;1"11"I'.I .,i....,, ',:" ,\ ; kicking off the event at 10 a.m. The 'banquet room was very made. Those attending were: Mrs. Baldree.f; ,
M "' ",)I",,: 0', ,'I "",4 'W ''I,"EB, < Even though it rained approximate festive with red and grey, helium Mary Giss Denise retary at BMS and Lost Most Hair: James Young; -"
1',1\f'1;," ,\ ), "J"",;; ",",,'IU.,.: ', Iy 25 members and their families balloons on the ceiling and at points mother of Cissy Mrs Gladys 'Changed the Most: ,Valerie,Jones
B ,,' ',', ')i\"i\ ( ,'i I\'I".x.:!' met at the NCO Club. )where: they of interest,, created by' Wilson's' Thomas,librarian at BHS, and Mrs. 'Hoffler and Isaac Cummings.,
E" " "" 1J.rjf. EI', -talked and renewed, friendships Florist of Starke. Also located in the Paula Register, business and typing 'Changed the Least Karen Reddish
,under the covered picnic area, room were several posters? of candid teacher at BMS and BHS. Several Goldsmith and Bubba Hayes.
'R ,I .1'R, That evening a I buffet dinner and pictures from high school put other teachers sent their regrets. Dancing followed to 70's music
dance was held at the Orange Park together by Dora Triest Broome and > .Special awards were given to the played by DJ Max Fortune of WAIV'of
Holiday Inn. Registration/ reac'iquainting Christie Redding Torode, coeditorsof following class,members; Jacksonville. Reunion committee
began at 6 p.m.; ClassHappy : the 1978' Tornado yearbook. The, members were: Brenda Prevatt
I 8 8My reunion'officially began with a' Traveling the Farthest: Laurie'Andrews ;Alvarez,Sonya Tenly Baldree Mark
welcome by John Cooper. Following Reyes and Linda Richardson, Box. Dora.' Triest Broome,''Terry;
"past. business military supply, ,the blessing by Chuck Register,' a'' Byam, both fr6ni San Francisco;; Carver John Cooper, Denise Gissy,
delicious buffet dinner was served., Married the Longest;. Becky.,.Wall Shan Edwards Johns, Mark Reddish
purchasing maintenance and budget' : ,After, the, buffet'' a 'Remember1'' ,,-Crews;, and Christie Redding Torode..I+;,

experience'makes"me.'qualified" to ,be BirtficCaij


";your honored: :County to.serve Commissioner.you.: ,I ,would_ L'ove, Flood 'Insurance Program 'to be Explained'tloodplain.management I

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'thank you Randy, 'Bfenda The Federal Emergency Management City'\ Hau' The study Includes the objectives"
(FEMA) has of the National Flood
Agency announced cities of Rrnoker and Hampton. Insurance Pro-
; that it has completed a detailed The purpose of the study is to exa- gram. The elevations will also be used '
Michael study of flood' "' areas in Bradford, maine and evaluate flood hazard as the basis for determining the,,
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4 All interested persons will have an are likely to be developed and to 'appropriate flood insurance,
''opportunity' to'attend, 'a meeting to be held Wednesday, areas. Flood elevations will be used for additional amounts of insurance i'
I November 9 at 10 a.m. in the Starke, ,try' the''' community to. .c. ff.tJt..QU.t-... f JPg! building and contents.nP .

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clinicsto dispense'birth- control devices That means'; ..'.r--.'1al.t1li .,., ,. ,, > ; y\

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Eastern Star will celebrate their annual -
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Civil War DevelopmentOn Slte-

.The W.T. Week Chapter of UDC
has written President Reagan requesting -
his opposition to the proposed !
construction of a shopping mall
on the site of the Battle of.Manassa
.. .. 'c at Bull Bun, Virginia.In .
-pepIV'German a letter to the President,PeggyH.

Celebrate Fall... the. Thomas local UDC, recording chapter secretary said "So of
Ural Thornton prepares saurerfc-rautjuat as her mother In Germany wed to make.' many of our historic sites have
already been destroyed that we do.
not wish to have more losses to our
,historical heritage.So many men on
Celebrate Oktoberfest...! both sides of this conflict,
lives at Manassas please do not let,
their sacrifices to have been In vain.
Thornton Has Traditional German' Meal "There is a bill in Congress now to
',allow a group of busin i MT*n tn,
build a shopping mall onThls hallowed -
Oktoberfestl 'Celebrate October was' in the service Ursel left Germ Sauerkraut puddln cup. ground. The Senate has already1approved I
with a traditional German meal. many to come to the United States. ; It. The W.T. Weeks
Ursel Thornton from Germany has Although Ursel has lived here 2 pound bag of la .;krout Chapter'1990, United' Daughters of
for she hasn't forgotten how the Confederacy, Starke, Florida
,simplified her recipes easy many years :3 smoked pork chop or lubilltute
preparation.While make delicious German meals. .d saulog.L request that you not sign this billwhen
preparing a delicious main October is the perfect time to try a 4 clo.... Mix- butter, cake as it reaches your desk.
'course, a fabulous dessert can be special recipe celebrate the fall. 1 bay leaf pudding "We will greatly appreciate your
butter cream. consideration,of this matter in,our
ingredients.
made from simple Butter Cream cake is a' break 1 tablespoon cornstarch '
Oktoberfest Germany is a from the frosted layer cake because Sail and pepp.r to taste Spread a behalf
creamfollowed
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celebration of the harvest it has an added surprise. It is easy to
Sauerkraut, a traditional food(of ,prepare and has a delightfully sweet, preserves on the
and Vote EtheridgeSheriff.
'Ursel cooks many German meals for'' Use a' favorite jelly preserve to sauerkraut. 'Cook on top use
,her husband Donald and children. create this dessert that will be a hit medium''saucepan'''adding, cream to frost' the Nov ,
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T.V;cable companies are showing a lege '", at lllwr .Io''i>,..d. ,
a lot of interestin rucaLareaL.ofw "- "" hn .. ::1J..-.o' :;'niff .
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Bradford County of late. .. I <> .r'Wb t 1"1 alddci-. !srir' pI, ea
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tober Jobe 19.is requesting a franchise' to birthday gift!
and legendary
southeastern install a cable portions TV system of Bradford in the get a

County.
The areas to be served would ex

westward tend from along Bedford SR-100 Lake to north Theressa and, Test-drive any".new Eagle ,or Jeep, vehicle ,now and get '

along CR-18 westward through' "The Legend of Jeep." a'There's
valuable lithograph
'Hampton' and the area around this ,
Hampton Lake, to Graham,and nor
i theastward along CR-227 and 225 to .a Big Birthday Bash going on at,your Florida Jeep/Eagle Dealers

Sampson Lake area.City including, the Sampson -; ,right now:' One year ago'we became apart of the Chrysler family. And
A tower ,would be constructed'' stock. Save 9
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somewhere between Hampton and now we're celebrating! Save big on every new Eagle ,
Theressa, along SR-18, according to Cherokees Comanches Wagoneer Limiteds;
Jobe.Only one tower would be need-.' ,big on_all Jeep Wranglers, ,
ed 7'Preliminary he said. engineering has' ,and Grand Wagoneers too.Take; a test drive,now and get a birthday:) gift

been done,and haveit frame commissioned just for this
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within 30
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days:! be said. : occasion;:"The Legend of Jeep" Hurry in today; Save cash during.the Bash!
In answer to a question from Zoning last!
Director Darrell O'Neal a 100 And get your birthday gift.while supplies
feet tower and two satellite disks P/U 4x4 '89 Jeep Cherokee
'and a small 10 x 20 feet building on 89 Jeep Wrangler 89 Dodge ,
an acre or so of land is all that will be ,Now, 7/70 protection Fun Size, Auto
needed.. [Ian, ton Auto.Air.PS.V84Morc '286.81'yl =282.74/Mo.
The matter i was referred to the I anc/Jeep r196 29. '
Eagle .
County Attorney R. A. (Buzzy) on Special 0.
Green to check credentials of the
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......c.-tJ Tekaryr October 27,lessTornadoes



,, "Defense"KHHS


,' Indians 14-7


T
Defenae' keyed 'a 14-7 Bradford Indian Drive...
High nondIatrid'ictor'y over Claw Keystone High drove the football
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the Keystone High last Friday night 72 yards with, the help of three
on Indians' !
The Tornado Rome field. penalties against the Tornadoes, fora
defense scored one touchdown early in the'fourth
backfield touchdown, sty ed in the Indian period. Running back Chad Hoves- I
all
t long,and rose lip'to paiD went over from four yards on
stop a The KeysTone dense the 13th play from scrimmage, on a
attempt.the BHS sacked fake up the middle with Hovespain
Keystone quarterback six times .going around the right side untouch''
and
seven other times threw the KH
ball ed for the score. Bob Buckhalter
carrier for a loss. booted the extra poin'.. Keystone
Striking quickly the two BHS trailed 14-7 with 7:29If'.t in the first
scores came within minutes of each .half. '
other in the
second period. Two later Intercepted
plays Hovespain -
BHS drove 53 yards In five plays a pass thrown by BHS YY x 'x j
for its first touchdown midway the .
quarterback Reggie Sheffield, and
second period, running back Clint returned It 32 yards to the Tornado .rY .r Sr
Reed going 20 yards on the pitchout 33. Keystone was set up for the tying
around left end for the score. touchdown. The heretofore quiet
Quarterback Reggie Sheffield threw crowd lit up the stadium with their
.21 and 12 yards to tight end Ed cheers urging on the Indians.
Douglas for the remainder of the 93. But the Big Red defense rose to the
;yards. occasion, stopping KH'cold. DT
Minutes later, defensive tackle Keith Jenkins,who had two quarter ... .
Keith Jenkins stormed Into the KH backs sacks and two tackles behind '
backfield to sack quarterback Tim the line of scrimmage, got in the Indian i : '
Hardee. When QB Hardee was backfield quick to stop QB ...'
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thrown to the ground the football Hardee for no gain on first down. i'r', .
rolled free. Tornado defensive end Hovespain got only one yard outsideas : :
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Chris Dinkins scooped the foot defensive end -- -"> +q.r- oJ J
up Jimmy Long
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ball, '- -
dropped it once and got control reacted quickly to the run and moves
of the footbaJ on his second try,and ed to make the stop. Photq. by Mark Rip dlln
raced 35 yards for the score.Donnie Swa' the third period Friday night. I

Francis added both extra points. SeeBHS. Tonu i (73)and 'The Tornado defense played one of 1U finest gam In an already" fine krjuwn,
Bradford now ,7.0, led 14-0 at the .
.
half ... page 14A UnetuK later late In. again<< the 4 2 Indian.. '



Keystone ''Best 'So Far", Says Hurst ,After BHS Wins ,Defensive Strule I

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"Defensively they're not bad at ball behind 'the KH line r'I' scrimmage Coordinator'Mike Sexton. Cummings who said his secondary,. .Tornado Tackles... 'Chrli Dlnklni, ,i: 3
all, says Coach David Hurse of the five times, had six solo Most of the tackles were made by cornerbacks Lance Wiggins and, Inside linebacker, Bill Hamilton J
Keystone High football team the tackles, one for a sack. the front seven: tackles Kevin Finch 'Terry Berry and free safety Trammel led with nine individual tackles and 'Dane Clark ,, :J 3
Tornadoes beat 14-7. Defensive tackle Keith Jenkins and Keith Jenkins, DE's Jimmy Jones,did a good job. one assist Three other players DT Rodney Motley :' {1 :;'*' ,",;3
"Keystone played a fine defensive has two quarterback sacks and Long and' Chris Dinkins, Sam The defense scored the winning Keith Jenkins, DE Chris Dinkins. AI Jones .13,\ '2IV/' ,' \
football twice caught the KH ball carrier linebacker. Dane Clark, inside touchdown and shut down '
game, which I knew they Keystone and DE Jimmy Long each had eight lance ;
would. Keystone adjusts better than behind ,the line. Jenkins,' always linebackers Bill 'Hamilton and when it had to. The defense lost individual tackles, "T" is an midividual .- Wiggins, J/ '
: most teams," Hurse says. around the football, was in on IS 'Travis Long,and rover back Rodney some of its concentration and inten- { tackle, "A".an'assist.Nom.r Ta.ry'arry 'I' 4''
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KH held BHS to 105 yards rushing tackles and caused the fumble which Mosley.KH ,sity right after the half with BHS '
and 33 yards passing.The Tornadoesdidn't DE Chris Dinkins returned for a had no time to throw' deep ahead 14-0, Coach Sexton says. T, ABill '
execute quite as well as Coach touchdown., under the combined rush and pass "We rose'to the occasion, down Hamilton, 1 Vote'EtheridgeSheriff
Hurse would have liked, and after "We got a tremendous effort from defense of the Tornado defense,says' there the !and turned them .ba(,'k." Keith' '; Jenklnt ,S 5 ''
the, action, the Tornado mentor the front, seven," says Defensive defensive secondary Coach Holland points out coach/: Sexton Jimmy B 5 .' Nov.
long
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.pdpd-:'
could'called think of plays he might have, __!'''' during the game. -
"I thought we'd throw the football f ' 1111 i i IHIHIHIII niiMumn 'iiLMiiniii "u LMMiiii1 MjijMiMH'' niijMiMM' uu Minim "<_i U"n M ii 'lnri ii i ii****** *.nr-tiij

better than we did,"" Coach Hurse
says of the 2-9-1 stats.' QB Reggie ATTENTION TRUCK BUYER] :

,night Sheffield throwing just didn't Hurse have explains.a good

i G i.' Plus, the game officials threw the
,hag on Bradford inan 8 to 1 ratio,
.penalizing Keystone only once after Terwillegar Motors
BHS had the game won.Penalties on
,wrong calls kept alive the KH scor-


out calls ing Game drive.of, such bounds movies as pass pass point completion interference out the wrong, ,and an I FORD has the best price.

roughing the passer, Coach HurseMays. .
_BHS was penalized five yardsMpr
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a player tat, "avffff*"" annPi ft"L_, '- .,
Bine on the back side oftus ear,of his TherHartftirFInd w.iww. 'N AlVYWHEaRE19SS /!
chinstrap unsnapped.,That call has'' /
not been made in year here/ Hurse 1988Ranger ,
points out; the official usually tells "< \
the player to fasten the strap. XLT'
Coach Hurse stresses he doesn't
sc.THUNDERBIRD
want to take anything away from the ,
Tornado offensive line, which he 23! to choose from.XLT
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the game.Newberry McDavid. game will Coach be back Hurse for kpeedoverdrlve' Speed Control Several to Choose From
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believes -
The Tornado backs ran hard,
though they picked up only 105 1988
yards; Penalties were a' factor,in -
preventing more BHS movement of --- -- -
the football, says Coach Hurse. ( :Ranger"S",

Defense Was Great,..
25 To Choose From
Tempo of the game was set by the
BHS defense. "They played a super
ball game. I thought we played extremely ,
well," says Coach Hurse. I
The Tornado defense held KH to 29
net yards rushing in 37 ,running + 6695
plays.KH had 57 yards passing for a 12,924'
total of 86 yards of offense.
Plus,Tornado defensive end Chris
Dinkins picked up a loose football,
after the ball rolled loose when /
.,defensive tackle Keith Jenkins CLOSEOUT SALE!
tackled the KH quarterback for a big : : ;
loss,and ran it in for the second BHS '19881/2.' ,
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score. .pi
The defense sacked tone
Ford Escort
quarterback six times; twig DE ,
Chris Dinkins, and by' 3 Dr.LX-8 epeed.digit. dock.
Sam linebacker Dane Clark Inside overhead.......,1..tinted glue,.
linebacker Travis Long, and defensive -' \ power leering. Intervalwiper _
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,re.r.rlndo. defiroeter.
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Seven other times the KH ball carrier -/ '84 Chevy Cavalier '86 Ford Aerostar 0 hta/aeeurity InatrumentatJon group group ar.d.ir'iAT
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1 Our Wide, W On third down, from the shotgun
QB Hardee threw a bomb to the Tornado -
qrAN five yard line where the KH
\
receiver ran Into a Tornado
defender as Lance Wiggins and
1.1. y, Trammel Jones defended. The ball
wasn't caught and no penalty flags
was called because everybody was
i going for the football.On .
l fourth down QB Hardee was
again in the shotgun and was sacked
for a three yard loss by weak side ;
I defensive end Chris Dinkins. :
.!i! .Ii! KH turned the football over at the
Me"l1S Tornado 35 and Bradford ate up the
remaining\ minutes with its grin

if. r t1E.. Andre* ."'H'1I e.1N.ecOl n Ikca.-71 w 2.7. Zi: ding running game, and retamed
possession all but one play with a
a Blue Nun Ubf, raumttchPrk.a .1..3.5. pass interception by defensive end ..
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1r+ =+e, + 1ngIenook 1wII1tA/6 .ulmJI3.78 Zii : Jimmy Long.KH had some success "" .. <
r Sutter Homo"'Hlft 3n.rmNtt. .7M..3.7. with the short out pattern into the ; _!"
flat its two offensive -
on drives. -
Long
B & G Beeutot-Is./ .r3..r 3.99
finally got his hands onto one. "
""'I"' ar7g4 3 Iwaw vim Part-ver' -...,."'H'-ra-.Nose .U lmJI3... it Long returned the intercepted Big Play.,.. .

i! tRlu ite Fr..t. Cordon 14.gro 1M..4... pass some 20 yards to the KH 10 yard The blggtat defensive play ot the night came on Ihla play when Chris Dtokln

Mouton Cad.t:"NLe __. .fl a 4.99 it when line. A Long personal foul call against KH above) tackled Indian QB Tim hardee(11). The ball popped loose on Impact.
was tackled and
pushedout and DlnUni the ...
) picked up resulting fumble scored
< eaalty.
uraI4.99 of .
WIlMs. bounds
Honored At'' RkwMt. 'Italian /t put the football on the
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: .r. --...-.__- -.. S.T9 KH five with 1:06: remaining in the "
ARTY Stark Jk Gallo.- 3 oral i line was short and to the ., _
game. But, rather than right, .d'.HI"" p 14 0 ,14.M1
MacclonnyLocations: Korb.).__aarNA INir. .711I to 8.49 push up the ... 1 '
,i STUFF! ';tj score at the last minute. Coach ,1",0HI. ". '
Only. David Hurse used up the time with The scoring drive of 72 yards came Ksysl.ps
two running plays up the middle and on the same mixture of running PlnDora.. r .
a : allowed the time to run out. plays ''and short' -passes, plus Pushup. V..... J"'OS' 17-29
I Lord Calvert rrtrAaAN..7soiilt. 5.99 71.00 w penalties against the Tornadoes ....1".. Yards p. 51PC

t Imperial Blend..UT 7.69 II.M Ii! .KH Drives... 'which gave, KH two drive-saving ...?PA,. PI 3.35.1 3.0.1 4.34.1Pumbl.s 4.13.1
Keystone had two offensive drives 'first downs. A pass interference ..... .'
Schenley Reserve..i.7s utwl 0.99 II.M In the game. penalty moved the football from the ......"'...y..... "71',''-'.1
Crown Royal CANADIAN 7stn.11.75 ? The Indians moved the football 37 BHS eight yard line to the four, setting Scaring. Summer,
i yards in the first half, effectively, up the KH touchdown. 11) .rad.....HI.h-ClIhlll;, _.My."' run. .P.
Black VelvetcANAinAN t it irm>12.99 TTM ,... .,.. 'i mixing running plays behind the OonnK Francis kick. .
GINRUMVODKASeagram's large offensive line and throwing BUS had KH stopped on the drive; t) BradlordDafoitlva' tnt Cirlt pinkliM.19f .
short >rd rim.". KM lumbl*. .F, ",."e...kick.
i! passes. A Bob Buckwalter field but a roughing the punter penalty, _
Gin iIiI! .r7so... 5.99 7too.i ':'- goal attempt from the BUS V yurrl ,gave KH new life, iP II|Key lob Buckwallar HlgNChad" bNa1Girl's :Havatpaln. ,4 yard run.

Gordon's Gin'""..y y-i.TS umt 2.49 li f

Britannia Glnr.":., ....tasuna15.75 tut '

Don Q a!=Rum c.!...*.....A..UTBI..' 7.59 i Runner's Clinch 4th, at Meet .

Matusalem Rum_1.15 un It 1..99Gilbey' 7t.M ;R E t C .
liti The Bradford High girl's cross 95 points. That race was won by The Bradford
Vodka 10 PROOF..L/'f 5.99 71 oa boys won With 23-33
l jii Cocoon F country runners finished fourth with Bishop Kenny with 16 points. over Baker High. Captain Cam
: Dark Eyes Vodka: us inert 6.99 we* j .Ift 145 points in the third annual 1 First BUS JV runner was Brittany Ward won the boys race in 18:47.
{ "' Episcopal Invitational at Episcopal Bula who finished 12th overall in
_
Jose Cortex TequUa 71i111L 5.99 71 oo w N i Larry Green was second overall in
cu High School in Jacksonville. 14:43.: Reriee Daugherty was 14th 19:20.: Kenny DeSue was fourth
'
DonQ I 6 Some 12 schools ran in the meet overall in 15:55. Loytoyia Sims was overall in 19:59. Blake Thomas was
Saturday,Oct.22. Bishop Kenny won 19th overall in 15:46.: Katina Hampton -, fifth in 20:04. Vernon Griffin
i ., Ambassador :, sops 6.99' .1a 3.0 Ny-n_. Budwelsu the team competition with 27 points.' was 24th overall in 17:49. Tanika '11th in 25:42: ,. was
: Butloch-Lades Scotch urn 7.99 is.ooCrawford's The girl's race was won by Amy Bright( was 26th overall in 31:43., ;
.i! Lastinger from Episcopal in 11:53: Road Runners Win...
Scotch 1.79 im 12.99 77.0o _. for the two mile course.' '. In the JV boys race, the BMS boys '/.The. Road Runners '
the first
swept <
Ramona
Chlvas Regal oU i.7s k _13.99 IN.SO 'Tennant of Bradford were .fifth overall with six
and
places
won against Flagler,
finished ninth over-all with a time of The team title Fletcher
J'&D' SCOtCh..........-17511711120.95124.751 13:06: a pretty good time for her with 48 points.:.was" won by Palm Coast with a perfect score of.15points
BOURBONS lii .since Tennant has not been feeling to Flagler's 45.
cwsr axr- "p ,well, says Coach George Loper, : Loytoyia Sims won the JV girl's
I George Dicke,7s..a. 7.99 n.BRANDIESCORDIALS o ,.rv., Glenda Rosier of BUS finished r. First BMS runner* was Bernard 'race in 14:50.: Brittany Bula was second -
26th overall Johnson who finished .31st with a in 15:09. Clara Batten was third
in
sou? ..... .. 7.99 .s.soL" !1 14:40,a personal best. in 15:40. Charmil
Jim Beam -,* .urer it Krista Oehl of BUS was 29th overallin time of 2125.Robert Doughman was Spooner was fourth
9 I AncientAge KCPmJtUT OUI BONI.T ura 11.99 r "0"1411 lIGHT BEER 14:58: personal best.Kim Hampton 32nd in 21:28:: a personal best. Ray in 16OQ.: Jovonsha Monroe was fifth
., r rAe rase of BUS mond Durban was 34th in 21:52 a in 16:25. Tanika Bright was sixth
was 37th overall in
(Rebel YeN!sK.. : 1 is t1rat13.99 1300 269 :':1O5 35'9 eiia399LA i1lJn"t a personal best. Della Scott finished 16:14: personal best. Eric Cowart was 38th ,overall in 16:45. Katina Hampton

44th in 18:38: a personal best for her. in 23:11, a personal best. 'Jeremy Was 9th in 17:09.:
C>>1/kr li Yolanda Wanton, also ill,was 51st in Hildebran was 40th overall in 27:27; ,' Flagler Palm Coast won the boy's
'" 4.99 1"-- 20:51. a best.. a personal best. JV race with 21 points..BUS had 42.
? Arrow FUWOHEO SQ1NArP s..75 ML It*S Blue Ribbon / coins personal
'. ... ..... UTt. The guys did not score teamwise ,points. .
: Christian BrotherSk r.m. ML; 6.95 IMSMaHbul a rMN ,tw. case R''UU". a Cat because there were not five BHS First Bradford riinner was Ber,
1 4 .60""" Q 99 i BUS Beats Baker: nard Johnson was second in 21:02.
t4 :.u'Uqueur.T3, Mi. 7.29.M.S. 178 caw 688 runner There were 15 boys teams,
was Raymond Durban was 5th in ,
Bradford the 22:48.
with winner with 15
the title
Marten COGNAC ?*". "........J7S ML 8.99 1M.M r 5CHUTZMALT BIRELLMartell l Jacksonville going with to 33 Terry points.Parkerof Individual ''points in the' girl's race In a dual Eric Cowart 'was 10th in 25:54.:

?'" V.S. Cognac 7M ML14.99 t7i.u LlQyOIifiagliy9\ NON-ALCOHOLIC winner was Greg Goodrow varisty race with Baker High on the 'James Etcheson was 12th overall in
pill as BEER from Terry Parker in 15:13 over the .Bradford track Tuesday: afternoon., 29:06.: Jeremy Hildebran was 13th
LazzarorJAMAiieTTOA.:7MML 9.99 i II.MimbulelSljI5 _.. -MH Itcwee! i three mile course. October 25. overall in 29:17. .
!!.... ..,..7i ML17.99 mM q1 i ,tL O49W 950 First BUS finisher was team cap- Baker did not have a team score ,The Tuesday races'' ended the
tain Cam Ward who because they didn't have a fifth girl regular season cross country
was 31st overall
Grand Marnier & lr'7 ML2O.95 m tMIXERS C7-:! .finish. schedule. There is further action for
with
time of
aIOO'i. a 17:55.: .
the Road Runners. The
stilthas
varsity
...{.-. ,.... ..... Larry Green of BUS was 33rd Ramona"' Tennant won' the girt'sI'race district, region and state races.
Coca Cola ou.L11.11000.:' ..........UIT..t.09 6 urn** CMC! i ''Overall'in 18:07, a personal best. in 13:58: a good time on the slow
; RBI 39 Kenny DeSue was 39th overall in
i Canada Dry Mixers EHr!;::.i unit 990Skol 2 9 7" 15"MHWIO.i 19:17. BUS course, says Coach Loper. Upcoming...
AU In the JV' Glenda Rosier was fourth in 16:11.: Next scheduled event is the'''
ft race, the Middle School
Mixers 'm..._ .1.fM 1.59 i
>- ? Krista Oehl was fifth in 16:12. Kim District 2-3A
;tj a U 7-UP & Peps HEGULAII a WET s.....t....t. e .nawlwl, ..r rr too. rd. Hampton was sixth in 17:12.: Delia Saturday Nov. 5, at Florida Com-
5KOL'; Scott was 9th in 18:35 an improved, munity College North Campus In
Tabasco Bloody Mary M1t oa a71.99 S j J Vote EtheridgeSheriff personal best by three seconds. Jacksonville.

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.Re-Elect Tornado Newberry is 4-2 so far Newberry
from practice back to back, games to In-
Wednesday this and WUliston. but has
BUS, how 7-0 Orlando Bishop Moore
season games to High 8-3, Dixie and
County,
season.'r
I day. BUS next Jasper this past Friday night.
i
I home next Friday Newberry up and down this
CHANCE IRVINE The BHS runs from a split backfield
. Newberry,which uses some pwerformation.Liz. .
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Developing New Solutions to
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tz 1 -. ROADS: Need to Keep,Pace with the '

} J ,HIGHWAYS Growth in Our Counties. ..-'lb.

IZ Believes the Legislature Should IZ; .

TAXES w' Prioritize; the State's Budget IiIIZ

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MIS fullback Clyde Des.and the other BUS runners fold the going totjgfagaJiut

S ir WN/JftlJ8IJftJl! IJf 't/JftlJftJfr//frtJf.flJffItrtJelJftlJelJftlJUlJtelI8I_ the Kills defense Friday nJgfcl.It took tw.big plays.MM oaU oIel_.
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country Starke-Drndford Chamber wf
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,1 Last yenr marked the revivJlgFthe Txwatl,
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lln( competition, a tense: nnd **. event here In llrudfonl< Oiuril* (d'AAJ arid Formers of America
( test of horse nnd llrndford 4-H membersprrltcipaltd
rider' who for the time In 1O
,' y ",i I:: ; progress through, series of One of the biggest over highlight years. of I the which the In the calf..scramble:
.1 ; I"" 1't, '('I.on( turnsn| which one mis- day Saturday came when the MrJsturned li'rruxm.was first event of the af-
can mean the end-of the chase
out for the second nriluu'il fiJP
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l. -ihc'lop cash prixe, arid chicken scramble) thin yinr first yc-ar'st winners were Introduced
hr.II'nt was ro-fipon.sori-d by the With the addition of one slippery/
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Grand Opening.
I' Amanda CrUfU carries the Crand Old Flag u the Futurity SweepiUhe

,/!a,;';, k+ .. begins at the Bradford Riding Club.
,.' I' 1 1 At right last year'. winners are presented with their caJ_. From left to

,right Kevin.Wise, Donate Odea.,Handy Underhill Grant Jones and Terry,
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of Waldo on Highway 301,starting at. t}. '
noon Saturday till dusk Sunday.
Funds will be used to help pay expenses C-1500 SILVERADOf
for the administrative hear,
ing In December, opposing the proposed '
,',.. "hazardouL"waste treatment '
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plant in Union County. I I'4EII List Price 915,160M
There will be continuous music to :jT- ,
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please every taste country;reggae ; II .
. bluegrass, folk, rock Jazz, and Dix
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'members by representing all ,.
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: lion in Congress affecting .yourbenefits '87 JEEP '86GMC, JIMMY' '86 F=150 LARIAT' ""85 FORD 'LTD
'during ,the past ninety, II II II II "85 ,CHEVY
years. WRANGLER 4X4 4X4 .4X4 Crown ''Victoria
Further, on Nov..8, you are'urged t D1ack. agWhe ls dcd.V'6.ro 1 crEvCrylhlng'" 'Aulomattc, AIr' II Monte, Carlo '
to vote YES on the Amendment to r.. II ,
.. create a Florida State Dept., of .
Veterans Affairs. $188 perth $ 215 'month per $. ,,199' month$26,1' per $1'72'per' -t,
Bradford Memorial Post meetings month, '
are currently being held in the civil i- OOMoeatI4.25APR 66 Mos: at 15 25 APR MMOOI"otI525APR'' ii
'defense building, Bradford County -

''Tuesday 1 fairgrounds and, at third 7 p.m.Thursday on the first of S '83, CHEVY: ""87 TOYOTA, '87 FORD '85 OLDS '85 FORD F-15

( every month.There is no distinction 9! 8-10' II PICKUP RANGER :XLT: CUTLASS 'Pick-Up
of rank.Everyone is a comrade.The ,
regular business session, together ,.I 4x4;V-6, A/7karts.: II II II SUPREME ''S:
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for membership in this''elite
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related to a veteran in one of the t
above categories, you may be eligi-,. ,. $ 212 'month Per $..212 'per' $ ,239 per month $' per' .83' month It
ble for membership in the auxiliary.We month ,187 th Q'''

need your active participation pIn }
the Veterans of Foreign Wars to
continue to lobby members of Congress -, 4.
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in all matters concerning
veterans. Additional information I
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. ,:/ Barber, Commander, 964-5705; Joe
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A man found guilty of violating his ed him July 5 to community control, months after he was sentenced to apprehended and jailed in that coun- i Judge Mickle said he'found them thefts in Sept. for which he was arrested -
community control was sentenced to he went outside the,guidlines and community control 'for grand theft, Interesting but he did not control his Monday. >
''serve prison time. Hersey failed miserably. While which is suppose to be a house ar.* No newcomer to the Justice job on what he read In the papers He was sentenced In Clay Countyto
Judge'' Mickle said he 'suspected rest. system, Hersey has been charged however, he ''did stipulate that serve 13 months,the violation conviction -
drugs were the problem and Hersey In September Hersey was caughtin with numerous felony offenses dur- Hersey be placed In an Institution will run consecutive with
Mark Randall Hersey, 28, of did need help, h<" felt the citizens Clay County after he had broken ing his adult years. A letter to the where.. he cor' (d"Jg! treat' i that sentence.
Starke was sentenced Monday In deserved prot!,r< ''i" 'into a restaurant and several homesIn editor from the defendant asking for t
Bradford Circuit Court to 4'/ years Bradford and Clay where he had help brought about anti! -.pr *->'fi ."
in the Department of Corrections. Citizens from 'the Theresa area. stolen food, guns, jewelry and the eo1ltor'trom a victim both..of
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'rtrsirert '4'"'''''' Reis.' lie fled from Bradford Hersey still faces the new charges
Judge Stephan Mickle Said he took a money which were presented to the court, Vote EtheridgeSheriff
Chance on Hersey when he sonteno tlnixnl to break, into their horrw lust authorities Into Clay where he.wns Monday prior to'he sentencing! Stemming from the Bradford County

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At Santa Fe Performing Arts'Tonight< .


II: Meet Gertrude Stein and FriendsAlthough !) CHICKEN

Gertrude Stein is An actress, monologuist, and comedienne casting and broadcast nationally on ,
remembered for her statement that Bond was trained at the PBS in' 1980 For, the past eight i h'\C :CJf1F. Inc.
"a rose is a rose is a rose", she Is Goodman''Theatre in Chicago, the' years,she has toured this productionand
of Iowa, and San Fran- the United
justly famous for the literary and ar University others throughout
tistic circle that came to the parties'at cisco State University. Over the past States. She writes and directs all of WAITRESSES WANTEDEXPERIENCEDPREFERRED
her Paris salon in the 1920s. Stein 40 years'she has appeared in over her own' material, and was a
was a pupil of psychologist William 200 theatre productions with such featured'' performer In'' the 1980
''James 'at Radcliff and studied companies as the Jack and Jill United Artists"motion picture, 'The Tired of working In restaurants that keep
in Chicago; Actors Worshopin House of God.
medicine at John Hopkins for four Players have few that
,closing or so customer. you $1 ED 1 K N
San Francisco, and the Players Following the performance. Miss
She. refused to take her don't Hake ?'
years. any money
.Ring in Los Angeles. Bond will return for conversation FACTORV
degree and moved to Paris with her a Join our team of experienced waitresses! lc
Nationally declaimed in the 1978 'with the audience.
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secretary Paris became Alice B the Toklas.gathering Her salonin placeof film, "Word Is Out'.,Pat was encouraged The evening will conclude with a We opportunity are very to busy do well and,we full time give you the 904-964.4 415
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the young artists and writers who to bring her own one- 'meet the performer! reception, employment, Open 6am. Hwy301 & Starke, Fla. +HLDye:
shows to the Her the Starke
would dominate the next generationof woman stage. portrayal sponsored by Woman'sClub.
Gertrude Stein'was' .
of taped
and art.
literature '
: before a theatre audience by I ho
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Hollywood actress Pat Bond br
ings her unique one-woman show to"
the Starke Woman's Club this evening t

October Stein 27 the, as she famous portrays literary: Gertrude Which candidate for SHERIFF has

figure"of the Twenties in "Gerty, November 3
'Back Gerty,''Gerty Stein Is Back, Back Woman's' ClubTONYLaVORGNA solved problems for 78 Law"

The 8 p.m. presentation tonight is. Enforcement and Correctional
..:::I a part of the 1988 Santa Fe Community '
College Fall PerformingArts Jazz Saxophone
Series.The performance Is free Agencies
.and open to the public.
Touring the country since its national 'The'1988 Fall Performing
broadcast on PBS this .Arts Series will
dramatic show brings to life the in- conclude next Thurs
comparable Stein and her friends, day Nov. 3. with a jazzperiormance M-- rl. I 'I'{,i +.,,..' i11'L'w '
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.zgerald Ernest ,Hemingway Picasso Matisse F. Scott and other Fit- Tony LaVorgna, ALL featuring and the 1 ., -J .'/.w. ,r?F)......,.. "_"")'t & 'a ,}<'if;.' '
Atlanta STAR
of the Roar
leading artistic figures
(considered the
ing Twenties. Quartet Sharifl'a DapartmantaAJachua
finest jazz group in the County
We are presented with a great deal South East of, New Bator County
:more than the physical presence and Orleans) The InV Bradford County,
personality of Gertrude Stein in this dividual members of the Cilrua County
play; The words, while in part derlv, "Best Jazz Group of Cla County
ed, of course,' from Stein's own 1986' have come'' Colombia County r. .
writings, are so skillfully wrought together from tours with Dui County r I J.w ;''
that we have the immediate impres jazz'' greats, such as Ouval County City Pollca D.parlmant. '.. r,ice'
sion of meeting the characters who Henry Mancini Oscar' '. Player County, Alachua JackaomAlo PoR AtJthority "
do not actually appear physically on Peterson and Herbie., Gilchritl, County Atlantic Beach' .3aX Beech' ) _
.stage.,We are given the privilege of i Hancock.' t Hamilton County BekAMnFbm.ndoCounryl Jaal*' ,, .i
meeting the movers and shakers of '( !, 'i BeDaviaw' Jennlnga ." .
,20th century culture, d Lafayatt County ,Stanford! Laka City '. r. .
tavy County BrooksvillaBunrwll! Lav .+y.' 1
Madison County .. Live Oak ':. ;;:{ii:R1:,,::;.!. ...;;, r 1; j y 4
Marrlon County Catlahan -Madison I ')o( '
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PurnamCounrv' Canter. ,. Ocala '"' ',. ., ; .... '. r l. ...
Local Land Sales St John.County' Chwfland, Orange Park ':,', '."'\ ." ', error t _... I ''9,, ".
Sumtar County Coleman PalalKa '. %; "" ,-. ....J.....,. 'qSuwan..County "'.
Land sales in 'Bradford County for Susan M. Faulkner t to Elizabeth !v Gareth W. and Pamt-lii' J. Iltlyxrd CrascantCily" ''Perry '{"L'.,... w.0; ..I "'r\..:::.
the month of March total $769, 81, Andrews?: lots 6. and 7, Block I!, ,to Robert G. and Alice,W iln'"K'. Taylor County Cro.City 0n0nII Park yma- ... -I I __........
from February's total Pearces Resubdivision of J. (;, lot 64,, Crystal Lake llmm-siti, Union County ,. Crystal. Rivarwrjunnalloi Auguitfna Beach, .., -.'" ..,. .
down slightly'
.ot880,3M. : Alvarez addition to Starke; '50.000.542.QO% he pap 118' .. .' StAuouadna. ,;* "poica"oadami'aa| .,40'.,,:.,..":, IIr' ...., '....l. .j[ .
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''and Marilyn Green a tract in stf- 2 5 o Riii Graanvilla Gr..nCov.Sprlng. While Welaka, SpringaWildwood Santa Fa Com Collaga< ,..;., -. .__.
22 tions east.2 and 3, township tlsoul! h.-range w Hampton' Jacksonville SL Augusttna Polka Vo-Tach" Academy. "" -. -

Only ''transactions of'' $IIssor> Milliard Baach, '' Wilbalon. Wthlacooctwa Vo-Tach. -"' .
Horaehoa "
more are considered In this rrport.Values For Return of Wallet With Full Intarlachen '
: Carr.otlon.l'Ag.fCI.0;
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stamps affixed to deeds recorded in Contents Belonging to P.E.Fitzhtigh. Invarnaaa. S I' ,' 18 DOC Prisons;, \ .,, ',r" '. '
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit 23!County Jail .' .
Court at the Bradford County Courthouse Lost in Bradford Square ': ,'. :''; :" : .' ':. .
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two parcels in sections 22 und\ 2:1: ,
T8S, R22E $72,000. "

Vote Etheridge ELECTJOHN For' the last 4 years, BOB ,MILNER


1 Sheriff' Nov.pa. pol 8.ov "J.J.. '' has been on the road helping


FLORIDATWIN SWANSON these :agencies everyday.

'THEATRE ,,]State Representative

Starke .' 964-5451 District: 13 Y '' '**********.,*.** .

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$2:00: SPECIAL 'YourFutureDepends BOB. MILNER has worked

I I Sot. & Sun., 5:00: Showing .On It!. ,. ,

Tuesday Showing in the -
extensively following:;

CLOSED Starts Wed.FrI.. Oct.& Thurs.28 +: ,1 I will fight locating a'hazardous.Waste.

I incinerator in RaifordI .
.- Budgets .
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,...,-? .: : xVI ., I will disclose my office. 'expenses' '< ,Staffing for 'jailsInvestigating : : '
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... I will fight unnecessary_ tax increases Aid Pacts between agencies .
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ROBERT, IIAKLKS 9 I will support our police in their fight to keep '
Bring This Professional '
HE i NIRO' (;iKMIN3O1 () felons behind bars.. : Experience.

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Starke 964-7484 .',17 years experience'working with the. public

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DUNDEE 2 Columbus MILNERBradford

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AMERICA ,law for minors, the service tax and only went to v ,

Admission:, one of the.hearing for the hazardous waste Sheriff

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a very special tool that can help you preferences, the program searches tional requirements.In in ,
plan a new career.The most advances its built-in library and finds those SKILLS you learn the specific ,The program concludes with,,
h ed career guidance System today, careers that most closely match 'skills required for any particular occupation NEXT STEPS,in which you develop
SIGI PLUS uses a color computer' your preferences and rate yourself on these strategies of plans of action such as
nr. program to help 'you find out the ,SIGI PLUS covers all the major' skills. For example SIGI PLUS can more education or training, developIng -
latest information on occupations aspects of career decision makingand distinguish' between the, sort of new skills, writing a resume
and'educatipnal programs as you planning. The Introductory sec- negotiating skills required of social (you can get a sample)), overcoming
assess your own values, Interests, tion teaches ,the few simple com- workers police officers, sales people obstacles. ,
find skills. puter commands'needed and givesan or foreign service officers.
( overview of the guidance system; The program can be done in one or
Recently set up at the Santa Fe A SELF ASSESSMENT section In PREPARING, you see the more sessions. You can work on a
Community College Starke Centeron helps you answer the questions training or education required for a few sections at a time and then come
an advanced IBM Personal "What" do I want.?"" ,Vhat am I good particular career. In COPING, you ,back later. You can make a printoutof
( System 12 (Model PS2-30)). the com- at? find out about getting help on all the Information provided by
---- puter guidance program is availablefor In SEARCH you find answers to scholarships and get suggestions on SIGI, so'you can study it later or
"What occupation might, I like?" take it to an advisor.,
use by anyone in Bradford Coun- ,handling worrjes common to adults
"'4.,.... 4 ty, Individuals can make an appoint- You choose features you' want (or in a college or training situation, According to Dr. Bernie McFad-
a: ment to use the guidance programby want to avoid) in your work and such as time management,fitting in, den Coordinator of the Starke
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Center or "phoning !W4-5.182.: match what you asked for. make this useful tool available local
la INFORMATION, you chooseone 'in DECIDING, you ly to assist people in choosing a new
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computer skills. The computer program specific questions about them, suchas three occupations (chosen by you)at use, not Just by potential college
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SI'C l (;Student Pam Zurfluh beta ready to run he SICI PLUS Program. Lymphohistlocytosis) a disease that will be'able to pay the medical hills Cassie's Family 1320 N.Temple Ave.
causes the body to attack itself. Starke
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Py order,of the Florida Supreme In.that case. He failed to comply and A five-year-old French girl received 118 S, Thompson St. Starke 964-4151 We Finance -
Court attorney Aaron A. Green will was ordered to appear at a hearing a bone marrow transplant three ,
receive a public reprimand following on a motion for contempt. An order) years ago and is thought cured. Celebration "
action brought by The Florida' for Green's arrest was Issued when Several other patients who received Anniversary
Bar.Green he failed to appear at that hearing.In bone,marrow transplants were so, '. Our Cars I
of 410 SE 4th Ave. addition to the reprimand sick when they had the transplantthat .. Mostly
Gainesville, was found guilty 01 I Green is required\>pay disciplinarycosts they didn't survive. Cassie a Thanks for your One-Car Owners
violating attorney disciplinary rules of$849.96. never became strong enough to : patronage for the past New'Car Trade-Ins
relating to conduct that is prejudicial undergo the transplant but she was a r.'t,5.d'
to the administration of As an official agency of the research patient and much ,was yearsHere's JUST ARRIVED
justice or that adversely reflects onhis Supreme Court of Florida, The learned on the treatment? of ,the Hoping For
fitness to practice law. Florida Bar and its Department of disease through her. Many, More '
According to the Bar Green was Lawyer Regulation are ,charged Cassie's family would like to thankall '8O Mercury Colony,
'sued in small claims court on an ,with the administration of ft the kind people in this area who Perm Specials Park Nice
'(outstanding bill, for court reporter 'statewide disciplinary system to enforce supported them with prayers and -
services. Green was given notice to Supreme Court rules of profes, donations.,Also thanks to,those who Reg. $'28', ,'79 Toyota Supra.
produce necessary mutt dniimpntq 'sional conduct for lawyers. Ili I ,$40.0O :Runs' Good '

Potage:Puree -.-' cake." pumpkins can grow up to 100 Ibs, by 4L! In-Light'Speclal '81 Olds Cutlass
Consider the following ,from,the. 'planting seeds individually and in .
de Poitron BCPL's reference shelf: the shade, keeping them well irrigated Brougham Like New
Pumpkin soup is one 'of'the.. tantalizing pumpkins are indegenous to the and cultivating them one to a 0 [ $15.OOtflendd ( '79 Camaro Good Buy
found '
recipes in Caroline western, I hemisphere have been vine .
'Hunt's book. "' 'The" Compleat, Pump growing in America for 5,000 years -pumpkins are .a great source of 1 AfF. ; '80 Plymouth Sapporo ..
pkin Eater." and probably were served at the nutrition, are low in calories half Ctnstmer.'lim' Excellent
.Library Director/Sue Crum notes first Thanksgiving, although not as ,those of squash) and can be
that,"those of us With a passion (for pies 'substituted in any squash recipe ''ll'e,Cifo toep you Looking Good* '83 Chevette ,Like ,
pumpkins should check out the 440 pumpkins are berries-fruit. not ..pumpkins can be stored all winter if
recipes including pumpkin almond vegetables hung in a net or rested on straw in a
bisque and cognac pumpkin, cheeze cool dry placepumpkins :
should feel' heavy for' New'I
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FINANCING ''color and blemish free rind''
pumpkin in a can is usually a blendof Opening soon !
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Ph. 964-7O83 t Celebrate the pumpkin season by
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'- 4. Arnold Ray Evans, driving a 1981 not wearing a seatbelt, according to
.-- Chevrolet was In the inside lane of Homicide Investigator Richard
northbound 1-75 north of Mlcanopy Vore,
when the vehicle 'Swerved off the
roadway for unknown reasons according Vote EtheridgeSheriff
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left front of,the vehicle then struck a Nov.,8"",, '
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Award .... been presented to Bradford Union Marine for their renovation of \ -
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SAVE 55 on Poulan :2OOO

Woman Lake Butler Man FHP TroopersContinue trate their efforts on' vehicles being Dependable solid state Ignition '
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'operated with defects such'as bad Efficient,automatic chain oiling system
{ Arrested in LawteyA Found Guilty DUIA License, ."
brakes worn tires and' defective 16<9 tpiocUet-rwe bar and chrome

24-year-old Jacksonville woman 54-year-old Lake Butler man Vehicle Inspections lighting equipment. In addition, at- ,. .cutting Chain
stopped in Lawtey for a traffic viola found tention will be djrected to drivers ZOculrv.enginlightweight
.was guilty by a jury of driving .
Bradford '
CountyThe 1 1/2 fci.
who would violate the driver license
,' tion is also wanted in Duval County. under the influence ,
US.Ibted
',' ', A revolver was seen lying beneath Joe Colbert Hill was found guilty Florida Highway' Patrol will laws of Florida.
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,',',:,' 'I, the driver's seat when the vehiclewas Monday, Oct. ,,24, in a trial in Brad- be conducting driver license and '
stopped Oct 21 for having no> ''ford County Court. vehicle Inspection checkpoints dur- Union 1 Now Only 144.99
'tail' light causing the arrest'' of Hill was arrested-June.12 ing the week of Oct.28 through Nov CountyThe
Ramona Wiley Walker,according to after when shortly :3 I on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18; Florida Highway Patrol will ,
Captain William, Tillotson. Walkerwas Cadillac midnight was seen his 1976 SR-16, CR-18, CR-16,, CR-21B, be conducting driver license and Model 92O Power Blower by, Weedeater
weaving on ,CR-225, CR-231, vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-r
with CR125j.CR229
charged carrying a con- Church Street in Starke.
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CR-227 CR221.R.230 and CR-100A ing the week of Oct. 28 through Nov '
cealed firearm'' and driving while to Investigator Michael McClain.' .Blow leave drive,walks,the eary'
in Bradford 3 SR-100, SR-121, SR-241, Mow 1 Only
County. on SR-231 '
t, license suspended, said Total bond was set at $1,215.25, she percent at the time of his arrest' Recognizing the danger presented 'SR-238, ''CR-18, CR-237 CR-229. 135 mph maximum> air velocity'. ft
was released on those charges on Judge' George Pierce fined ,Hill to'the' public by defective Vehicle CR-I25/CR-231A, CR-24A ,and,CR-"" I .320 Cubic feet of air per minute 12 9 .9 9
her own recognizance / 437.50,suspended his license for six ,equipment /Troopers will concen '796A in Union County: .Front exhaust enables either hand

," Walker was also charged by Deputy -' months, he must attend DUI school, .operation 2-cycle.22 2cc engine
, Harvey Rhoden on three charges complete 50 hours community work ,
of worthless check from Duval Coun-'! Under Tri County Probation for ones 159.99"The
ty.She posted surety bonds totalling' year and reimburse the public, ,Reg
$2,018 for her'release, ,on, the Duval. defender $800 for services.
\ charges,
','.', (. ,,'' WM. McKenzie has retained? BEN CAMPEN AUCTIONEERS to a.'f' grass Is always where?' CAMELLIAS
over
greener
r sell the estate of her late husband, lee McKenzie at Auction SEW: .' In bud I Choose from a
Rye Grass,
-TUES., NOV, 1 st. 1QHO A.M. at the 'BARGAIN CENTER I large variety of colors.'

t' ICALTHERAPYFrt U.S. 301, 'mile South of Starke. SO Seed to. Bog 2 gallon pots

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on 3OTwW aucra*frontage|loci3 building*;Inventory and equipment to>
be old ceparateh/, This property to be old absolute No minimum>No Com p e s t.d Our heater service Includes:
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Purple ',Gator Western Wear '2 '3 .4 Lake Retreal2Story All MANURE organic-weed' free Ignltor Battery replacement replacement
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1 Hwy 301 1 S. Starke 964-4809 Located at Home 622 W. 1 Acre'Interlachen Mobil home Lake on E.:.3/4 tnte acre..I at...It* SO lb. Bag 2. 19 Thorough clean-but:
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Hampton.. ,*5 Georgia Mini-Form tr bas 1.19 Good on Kero-Sun and ,
We' invite to come in and High School 3 BH,2 BA. Located in Mitchell County,near PEA Toyostove units only "
you City water& No M Inumum, Pelham Georgia 8.28 Acre
.. selections of sewer No Reserve Private,Rolling Land
see our ,great : THE GARDEN STORE

Boots Buckless TERMS '10%Buyers Premium,'Cash,Cashiers Check or Check e' Florida Past Control
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CHEVY -/ TON 4x4 PART*!' front and FOR SALE WANTEDI PROPERTY RENO AREA 205 N. Templer| Stork
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.1C. 964-5812. TFc. LARGE RED DOBlEi' t yeor old. fixed 301 South area $50 REWARD Call
'B3 FORD RANGER: 4 cyl.! 3 speed shots- Greet with "Ida".$ '964-4889. Fla. 32091. 4/7TF 964-4522 days or 964 5478 eve* 21'hg ecella T rwlliegar
Itchg 10 27 WILL TRADE 2 bedroom 2 story home In ,
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highway or frontage
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} 4 TOYOTA TERCEL SEDAN Al PS BOATS evening 9/227F Including Financing!

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10/20-27 RATTLESNAKES WANTED: Dead olive. Issuing companies. We know how to .....HOMES. ...
'71 VW 'whl. Mercury V6, Boron custom trailer, tour or work with troubled credit history even '
RABBIT DIESEL 1976 280Z. [ beautiful
) nam.nfiy( "well trolling motor less Pickup site* needed. Must have phon. LUXURY SPACIOUSNESS. PRIVACY.' PRICED RIGHT i Keystone,
Coll 2tpd J. Slot., 782.3008, 'otter 6 ....nt, than 30 hour. $9500. Call 964.4353 for .and 'freezer. '3892049. 3pd You bankruptcy.ton too.Millions 94.6% success have these rat..cords Applyby Sponish-style home, 3450..f.. 10 acres, sprinkler. system 4 BR 2'/i! ba formal

W9 10/20.27 needs 'mar. details after 5 p.m Itchg 10/27 IO/27-lt/)0, ) phone 8009990670. Icon LII, fully equipped kitchen Ig. FR, brick fireplace; patio, pool ceiling fan*. 2
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.1 car garage new roof, toned Agrl., 2 ossum. mlg.
TLC. wheels.
Stereo hardtop wire A RARE FIND 3BR/JBO, concrete block S stucco energy efficient 1548 ..f?
SCHOOLS
$995. Itsw LAND FOR SALE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
964-8640 alter 5 30 p.m. '
1977 HONDA CIVIC call 964 8464 alter 4 -- J '.09 Ac., CHSA, carpet above-ground pool. Priced lo sell $ 62,000
RENTLEASESALECOMMERCIAL STYLISH BftiCK HOME 601 f olrlone St.. 3 BR. 2 Ba carpet, ceramic tile, CHSA
,LIKE pm. Itpd 10 27 BY OWNERi 3 acres on Forsyth Rd. 350 ft.frontag. UNITED TRUCK MASTER, Truck Driver appliances and blinds remain. 1,364 s.f. $ 62,000 ,
TO TINKER
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ch.op transportation .. $3,500 per ocr. Also 6.80ocre Training, D.O.T. certification, lobploc.m.nt I DUl'lEXI28R/280. Bradford Drive> $ 43,500
? brokework RENT
1972 Old., needs, some BUILDING FOR )
$100: 1977 Buick, gorgeous condition for $2500 per ocr. Call avoilabl.corr.spond.ncer.sldenttraining ,assistance, financial aid Downtown Slarke., $200 monthly. Can'r.mod.1 I 207 ALVAREZ CTi 2 BR. 1 Bo. from; fenced yard. $ '7.500I
n..d. some transmission work' 14074646827. lOtpd 9/.15-11/7' to suit at negotiable price.Phone I N.W. 29th AVE BR, 2 ba stucco S from., 20.7 acres, CHSA $ 79.400I
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100 and accredited member NHSC.
$500. 782-3949. Vtprf" id 27 Owner ACRES will six finance room house, $2000. Acre.barn Coll toll-tree T.8OO-346-3112. Headquarter 964-6305 John. TFm| BETHEL CHURCH RD: 3 BR, 1 ba, CB, wood floor, 1185 ,.'.. 5,acres > $60,000
OLDS DELTA 8* ROVALEi 1978. good running Cleorwoler FOR RENT Office: space or retail soles CONERLY ESTATES3 BR. 2 bo, FP. 1800 s.f.osy financing $ 82,000
Phon. 9644537. 10.JOTF *: Florida 'fcin
condition, $600, 964 5494. pd 2.87 ACRES 964-7771 almost or $7,000 SECURE A CAREER in ,the aviation high area. Downtown Starke.. $300 per I CRYSTAL lAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft.on water I BR/IBo. $ 90.000
save Buy lustov.r
.10 27-IP3 month. Call 964-6305 John. TF GRAHAM: 3/2.2.78 Ac., 1930 s.f.' CHSA $ 85,000
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Industry, doylnlghl''cia. college -
Clay County lin. near Country pay ( ** ,
1911 BUICK RIVIERA full'pOW..', moorv Club 'on Main St. of SIar..... $8610. credits, financial aid }lob place OFFICE SPACI; 500 tct- ft.-for rent on I SO CHIC SO CHEAP) newly remodeled 3BR IBo freshly
roof n.w tires, Very clean, run good. Owner financing. 782-3333. Mark ment. Details eoll'l._ 1.800-877-2232. Hwy 301 Starke.. Apply of Durronce'' painted new carpet 628 Pln.wood St.. Reduced 28,500,
$3500: firm. 9647874. Itpd 10 27 2tchg 10/20.27 ext 127 In "orldo'l fran Pump S Supply, 964-7061 8/251F I ROAD 230-112 story, CBS from., 3 BR. 1M! $ 45,000I

,1910 DATSUN 210 Stetlon Wagon: AT. ON KINGSLEY LAKti 60 h. lot, 2 houses, I SMALL FARM: 3.83 Acre, frame 3/1, 1532 ..f. t 36,000
AC. reliable, best offer.' 964-7874.'Itpd' mobil. horn., 2 out-buildings, dock. I HWY. 225: 2/1 from., 3 stall born, newly rewired, 2 Ac. $32,500
.1027 .Own. financing. 5332468. 2tchg KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB: 3 BR 1 80, 1500*.f., wood 'frame $50,000I
1911 1 ISUIU' PICKUP!, long wheelbbse, 1027.113 I BROOKER: 3/2 brick and from., Shady Oak. SID, extra lot $ 44,000

$1200 10-27 of best 'offer. 782 3033. Itchg HISTORIC HORSE. FARM a HOME 40 | MENO DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acre, ;3/1 CB, CHSA, so near' $40,000

acres, high and dry pastures. 6-sfall O .....LOTS S ACREAGE.... .
barn d..r and turkey. 160000. LOT 9, GOlf AI. RD: 'Country Club Estates, 1.11 acre, MokeonOfferl $ 8,700

Vote Etheridge 964-5078. 2tpd 10/27.11/3 I HWY. 325 10 acres: joins Alachua County line .. $25,500
R. Williams $ 10.000
Jimmy CONERLY ESTATES lot 10 .
.Sherff' MOBILE HOMES I MICHIGAN STREET Acre* inside city .. ," $ 10.000
\t'. Novg8_ FOR SALE All Types Roof Repair I RD. 100 EAST:'1.37 acres,wooded and plotted ; :li; \ S 7,000

email I LAWTEYI 5 acres, 105th Ave., good Inv..tm..nl ? -, S 15.000I
No too
lob too big or
I RD. 100 It 12 acre plus fishpond, wide open space $ 26.000
HOMES BIG FAMILY SPECIALI 28x70 4BR 2 ba 15 Tsars Exponents. I '.IMITIVIIAI'TIST CHURCH ftO.t 20.16 acre, 3 well, 2 poles S 50.000
with family room. $22,995 or as low as I cleared 100' S 19,800
FOR SALE Anytime CROSS LAKE LOT on water .
$225 month' Free credit
per approvalby WINDING TREE LAKE lot 246 Fla. Frontier S 15.000
phon. Uncle Roy.; 13518514. rree Estimate 7 *-sa"
4tchg 10/6-27 .....COMMERCIAL..,..
THRU BEDROOM I Bath frame home on '
LOOKING FOR A DEALT Two acres 301 S.. Reduced to $85.000'
2''i acres of countryside. Locot.d Southof $491 DOWN Is all you n..d to buy a new prime ,
SIor..... Owner financing available. 14 wid. mobile home. We finance. Call I LOCATION LOCATION! This prime comm.rclallocatlo" 507 WMadison St.,
$30.000. Call Randy. 473-3067v2tpd l-35l-8S14.Utchg 10/6-27 ? directly across from WinnDixle, could be converted to your needs.
10 20-27 | NEW 2 A 3 BR mobile homes, fully'' fur,< RD. U WEST Four duplexes -V ,, $130,000
2-*EDROOM,1 !both: home.. No"'credit., ..nlshed quality construction delivered lV1ATHEWS I SUPER COMMERCIAL Great two story building corner Call S 'Walnut St.,
$2.000 down assume mortgage! 'and set up starting at $650 down and # A.I.Yrn 3198 sets, clean excellent condition live upstairs, have
94.488,2tpd 102027. $159 per month. A-l Mobile Homesr *** business downstairs. Best location! Enterprise Zone Benefits $ 60,000
{ 18008888317.4tchg 10/20-11/10 hEfMBiA 964-4469 REALTOR :3.34 ACRES--301: South 190' on 301, 94' zoned commercial 96' zoned
SPECIAL new 3 BR doublewlde, : Rural small 1BR home S S CB shed $ 62.OOO
only Open tlnglewide bldg., utility
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REAL ESTATE N turn wiling rMiiti' ht wit In li* Irlluiii IM| xlxhr torn x >IHI cur li-ll s
$850 down and $199 per months A-l I LAKE BUTLER: 12 unit trailer park $ 55,000

OUT OF AREA Mobil. Homes, 1-800-888-8317.' 4tchg, Usr/nR AR"n'for VA Acquired Pfofiertie! Area 1 &,11 301 SOUTH: 193 ft. 301 frontage $ 85,000
10/20.11/10 THOMPSON STi \\I,3621.1., brick'', Enterprise Zone,' Benefits $ 80,000

OCAlA NATIONAL FOREST 'Woodedlot. 'WE WILL TAKE CARS trucks. motor MOBILE HOMES Lawteyi 18 acre with 600 ft. Hwy. 301 N1.5 acres, MH hook-up, 2 bldgi, 240'on 301, gr.at value 37.000

., river) access, $5450 Each No Coll homes and A-l mobile Mobil.homes In on Home trade., 1973 N.w Moon 12.60. with approx, .125 frontage. :301 NORTH: by Ecanolodg.165.01'on 301 $120.000

money down. $65 4ft monthly. Owner l-800-888-8317.4tchg' 10201110'DO 10 acres, North of Lawtey 105th Ave, Cltyi one acre on Laura St., room for 301 NORTH: approximately 150'x approx. 220' ; $125,000

1-336-4579' 16222438. 1/7TF, ? YOU HAVE A GOOD JOB but slow or '185 Fleetwood S2x26 3 BR. 2 Bo several residential lots. -. -- -."
4.000 ACRESb.tw..n Ocala and little credit? Coll A-l Mobil. Home at CHSA. 1 OCr. near Bedford bk.1953 .. City! 1.38 Ac., great office 'location Alt.r Hours
,Gainesville. 260 ocr. near Oklawaha 18008888317. 4tchg 10/20-11/10 Fleetwood 82x24. 3 BR 2 Ba ,City:. SR 100: ,3.5 acre, potential Ann Te/rwlllegor Nelson 473.75.
River and O ala National For..?. From $% DOWN PAYMENT available on all CHA.A, front/rear patio dbl car commercial development area.
John Master 496-2291
$1500 Acre, will divide. I.P.S. CORP.; mobile homes. Call 1-800-888.8317. garage, Hlghrldge Estates Keystone HOMES* ACREAGE Longford AppraiserPaulino

, REALTOR 904-629.6101Icon: ..4tchg 10/2O-11/10 I Hts., many extrosz, :Oelger' Rd.t 2MX s.t.. brkh. Randolph 964.3160
". --. TAKE OVER PAYMENTS on \1984 Ux60. 21\ "' ',-, : fc ." .''i, W 1',,ixopdred.! JOt ic:,.*. 4 BR- :t SJo-PCHSA.veneer; Joy!r ito' ,' xY 9 '
I'Jm"--, 964-7012.BR, 2 Ba sef up on nice lot In, ork. Call >' '.. .HOMII'mH' V.**, ..'eity'wott *'(gas-, rr' l'po'rUi with swIng -' y :tn. .:;_ ;u" f tool s1 3.. h 12310I131t3B

1 to 2 ACRE 2tchg 1027.113 Homes. ottchmt, sunken living room;
LOTS 19 | CHAPEL HILL LIMITED by Fleetwood Colley Rdi 3BR 2'It Bo, CHSA,
28x60 3 BR. 2 Ba, 4 ton AC split unit chain link fence, family room with Ig- brick fireplace;
garage carport formal ,
dining central
$250 DOWN with on. acre or you move or rent the room vac
yord.St.
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lot. Call 964-4353. Itchg 10/27 system, new carpet. Price reduced- '
Clair St.) 2 BR. 1 Bo, CHSA with. Owner anxious sell Hosted
Bayless: Highway 1973 ILCONO TRAILER 2BR 1 bath, to f by
$1500. 964-5608 after 5 or' onytims large family room., Union Ctyl 135 ?acrs, 2700 sq ft. Singles Connection
>Owner Financing weekends.. 2tchg 10/27.11/3 Walnut St. 3 BR. 2 boo CHaA. Ideal brick home. .

191 CHAMPION MOBILE HOMEi 2 BR. 2 for the large family. BUILDING LOTS ::1

-LandWell Ba, Island stave, excellent condition. LAND Little' Lake Santa Fe! 100x160 ft.'lot,
Great S.R. 100 Ai Six .
buy. Call 964-7438 oft. 6 p.m. Acres.Off new septic tank approved for well
hpd 10/27 301 N. wooded 8.50 ac, w/well
Tank pow. source to lot. :
':_ Septic ONE. ACRI LOTS with mobile homes t septic: Two Story House, Remodeled very' '1J\. o\C elirNely4
ready to move Into. Several to choose nlc. '
431-1941 from. Owner financing Payment less 60' Dance e C/.s''
Singles,
Anytime than rnt. Low down from '
$11.500.964.4238. payment;, 'Bob .Mathews, Realtor; Andy Jordan,, Associate'
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HOUSING.Susan M. Faulkner, QRI CRB President [l..S..f } Starke.. FL.
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ERA Faulkner aliy Inc. 94-7333 REALTOR! JUf. 9648420ll REALTOR

,r i-JMI '"'Ml *; Homes, Lots'/ Acrcage V''Waterfront :

'located 301 '2 blks: S. of SR 100 221 W. 'St. A
Hwy. ; Lafayette ? : T* Htim-: Farms Commercial
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/GORGEOUS HOME ON CRYSTAL LAKEi Three levels. |/ocutl'gu.st' .
apartment
ST. ClAIR STREET> 2BR/IBo Frame. AC Unit.' Heater, 10x24 :Screened
2 fireplace, many'other extras. Call for private showing.
THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL i 1 Porch Range S Refrl. 112x310 Lot $29.700. .
ONE ACRE WITH 2 BR, 2 boo LR. 'family room. Access to CRYSTAL LAKE _
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BEST AREA Counfy Atmosphere. But CloseTo ON THE WATER 3BR/2Bo CB S Cedar CHSA Stove. Refrl ft Dishwasher
BEAUTIFUL HOME with over 2000 square feel, POOL .
*".65 ACRES! Hwy: 100 West. 9900. .' Starke; Brick 3 BR/2Ba, SPRING LAKE .1 l 3BR/2BA CB. a, Cedar Home, CHSA Stove, Refri S I

*CHOOSE YOUR OWN COLORS In thl.'n.w 3 8R, 2 Ba home. on one acre.. Formal living/ Room) Fam. Rm:,'Over, Acre Dishwasher. 1738 SF, 97 Feet on Water 839 Feet Deep, Well S Septic.
*LOT IN TOWN 3100. Water a sewer avail obi.. Great SAMPSON LAKE / /2BA Two Story log Home on the Water, CHSA I
*WE HAVE HOMES IN TOWN with price under $30,000. Financing available. Neighborhood. ASsumable/ Mfg.:" Stove R.frl ft Dishwasher 3000 SF, Well ft Septic Large lot. .

,*HWY. U EAST 3 acres with' well.septic, light pole, needs to be checked by SEE IT LOVE ITI PEACE AND QUIET 4BR/2BA Brick Living ft Dining Rooms. Large Master I .
'Health' Dept. $12.000. c- Bedroom w/Wolk In Closet, large Eat-In Kitchen, Fireplace, CHSA Well S

BETWEEN STARKE a KEYSTONE 1 acre. with 14x52. mobile home, most furniture Septic I Acr. .
goes with sole S17.9OO. A Few of Our Many Listings S ACRES OP PRIVACY i 2BR/2BA CB Ham, large Living:Dining Room. I

COUNTRY CLUB AREA Immaculate 3 BR, 2 Ba brick veneer, fireplace, patio I ''CONVENIENT TO TOWN, 3 BR. 2 Ba. 411 Lauro. $37.500. Family Room Kitchen w/Breoklotl Nook, CHSA Enclosed Garage, Well S '
'vertical blinds, double garage, beautifully land.cop.d.,1, acre partially! wood. 4'2 KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE LOTS: both only 5000. Septic. .
ec$. Mid $70*. 10' ACRE MOBILE HOMI LOT with septic on Hwy. 16 West. MOVE HOUSE TO NEW LOCATION 2BR/1BA From.. In Good Condition I
'lAWTEYt 1 ACRE with well and eplic:,' $7,900. 'QUIET NEIGHIO.HooD.bc.lI.n' frame home large lot. in Slorke. $28.000. Stove S Refrl. 5700. .
'LAWTIY! 5 3/4 ACRE. $14.000.. *WOULD YOU BELIEVE plus acres for only $1500 per acre Highway frontage' ST. CLAIR STRUT.2BR/1 BA From., AC Unit. Spac.H. t.r. 10x24 Screened .
'. LAWTEYi 1 3/4 ACRE.: : 2-STORY BRICK ft CEDAR 4 BR, 2'/4 Bo. 2388 ..f.. CHSA. range. ,. .; OW", Porch 112x310 lot 29700. .
PINEHAVENr2 BR.1 bath partially; closed in garage 'for 3rd BR. new root: approx. 72 acres, planted pines, ponds and posture. Will, divide, GRAND STREET 388/i SA From. Well ft Septic:'' 2 Acres. .
BRICKr, 3 BR. 1 'A POLK STREET .3BR/1 BA SOx 150
and new Insulated window Ba. CHSA. over 1300 sf.y" In Starke. fenced backyard." Frame. Lot S9.5OO.
1 1.2 RENTAL UNITS One 2 BR and on. t BR. completely remodeled in 1987 In.. ALMOST NEW DOUBLEWIDE on 40 acres; good land. $85.000 OLD FASHIONED .FRAME 4BR/1BA. large living S Dining Room. Porchesall .
come $525 per month, or live In on. and rent the other BRICK 4 BR. 1M bo. Raiford area, on I acre. : Around. 100x420 Lot w/Shade Tree, City Water. Septic Tank, lowley. .
.WALDOl 3 BR 2 both ham., large family room with fireplace la uul.'nlc.. ,LARGE 4 BR. 2 bo on 3 acres, hwy: frontage, only $51.000. NEW RIVE =:- 2BR/I BA SW Mobil.Home In Good Condition Well ft Septic.

screened In porch on I acre with beautiful pecan and oak tree. DUPLEX IN STARKEi rtallncom. $550 per mo...only 25000., 9.5 Acre*. .
,. wALDO 1 BR, I bath r.mod.l.d ,"88. kitchen equipped, shaded lot. POULTRY FARM ft RESIDENCE: pullet farm fully equipped, on 8 acre. HANDYMAN SPECIAL _. Two-Story: 3BR/2BA CB ft Frame," large 'living-
HWY 32$ $i 3 BR, 1 3/4 bath brick veneer. CHAA. on. I acre with beautiful very close to Starke.. Excellent income. Call for more Information. Dlnlng.Room w/Fireploc large Lot. .
oak tree LAWTEYi, close to school 3 BR,' 1 Vi Ba. city water, almost' new. .
f |'N TOWN) 4 B.. 2 bath on nice lot with chain link f.nc. .. ,IAKE BUTLER: city water ft sewer, big lot. nice from horror, S SELECTED PROPERTIES

JUST OFF HWY 2JSi 3 BR, 2 bo. nice kitchen appliance including stove,. ,LAND: 35 ACRES on poved ,rood nice property owner financing. t'' 3.7 ACRES 'Two-Story' Bldg w/livlng Area Upstairs.' 6400'SF, Hwy 301N.
refrigerator dishwasher, washer a dryer $31.000. FRAME HOME Beautiful setting with ,pecan trees, on 2 acres, paved rood 20 ACRES SW Mobil. Home wStove.a Kelrl. 2 Well. Septic Planted .
t- HAMPTON OAKS e.a"lIfubrk"/ horn. on '.58 ocr... 2300 s.f4;excellent water. Pine*. ,
: c'! DEEtWOODi Development with deed restrictions, over 1600 I., immaculate, 45 ACRES -Will: Divide Owner Financing Good Term, Breaker.

Q..EmmCall: One of Our Professionally BEAUTIFUL!, BRICK HOME over J.OOOsq. ft.. Crystal Lake occs*. REDUCED. 10 ACRES Divide Pecan Grove, Well ft Septk Owner Financing. .
3 ACRES Good Commercial Location, Hwy. 16W.

Trained Staff Today.>964-5O69 COMMERCIAL I ACRE .' Zoned for Mobile Horn. .
Downtown Storke 2 Stores Presently Occupied I ACRES Hwy. 301 South.

ri1t Good Income,! Call for More Info I ONE-HALF ACRE Zoned for Mobil Horn- .
After,: Hour Call These Realtor A1i.'Iiah'{: LAKE GENEVA i Large lor- 100 ft. on Water,

Ir.n.L5 Faulkner.....964-5142 Call Us About LAKE LOTS Crosby a Sampson Owner Financing.
W 434. Darlen.Godwin..465.2503Mlcha.i .LAKE LOTS "HOMES ACREAGE | LARGE AREA OP LAND Northeast Section of City.

Gallon..964.6222 .
BUILDING LOTS 'COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES If yOU MIND IS ON REAL ESTATE Off THINGS Mt A11DMArtf

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YARD ALIt In LAKE GENEVA Mobile Home Park, RUMMAGE i LAKE SAL AMVET Post ABYilTTINO. In horn. Weekday 1917 CAMARO Take
Roll my over .
rd. turn left at cau IBM SELECTRIC, reconditioned 30 day payment Call
furnished, from Rd. toreveryone. '
Keystone Partially 86. Brooklyn Boy Something
tion light. 8th house only I'm a Christian mother Call 4311438. Itchg. 10/27
shown on porch. So on come left.,All rain Item or 4tpd guarantee.10/13.11/3$200. D. Martin, 964-7529. $135 month. Call 4737566.' 20tpd Nov.: 5 from 94. 4737951. 496-3836, anytime. TO/27 3tpd. \1/10 """

p.m.Mine 4tpd, Friday 10/13.11/3?,Saturday, Sunday, 9.' .M SUZUKI 4 wheeler 230 quod-sport, 1 7/21-12-1 IK COTTAGE near library furnished, A 3IchgI0/20-H/3 to Z GARAGE. SALE Saturday, Oct. 29, HOMES FOR SALE

HAMPTON excellent condition. $1300 OBO. Also AC. $240 mo. Lake privilege, 9 a.m.-S p.m., 4 lamllie Queen bed I'
school ELEM. PTO YARD SALE' on' four. 15x10 six lug chrome rim, $100 473.4961,10/6 rfnchg radial arm aw, RV roof top air conditioner REAL ESTATE GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U
ground, Friday Oct. 28, 9 a.m. 964 8936
tot p.m. 3tpd 10/30-37, 225 AMP anytime. 3tchg 10/30-11/3 MOBILE HOMI 2 BR/lVi BA. large kitchen cement mixer gas dryer, repair). Delinquent,, tax property.
TWO LINCOLN WELDER: $250 OBO. and living area. Clean, veryprivate winter I tummer clothe, babies, 1-3-S.lt.20 .*.lons. Call 1(805)687-6000.( )
FAMILY ACRES
Repass
SALIt Call Street 2tchg or' lorg.r tot sqle. .
past 1027.113WEDDING .
conv.nl.nt. $300 per month; chtldrenrmen*' *-wom_, -car-jeatr; '-- -
New -.r'GH.rr.J : ToP evrr.Mrepo14922
hospital twdTbedroom
out of town, left Flume ; Tbalh aoubtewideon 1
on GOWN .
with v.ll and site '
slip $300 security depotlt. W.B. Stanl.y high chair, much more. West side of
((13th St). right on 9th Av... 'Ighl..n1lh 14, asking $100. 964-3446. ask lor Pat. one or more acre... Two bedroom etpd. 11/10
473-4161 2tchg 10/20-37 lily Lake Follow signs from Keystone ft HOMI Central)
Si. Brown S white fiou.e mobile home for rent. ,Call 496-3939 THREE BEDROOM BRICK
on right Stchg 10/20-27
t BH-a'/t 'A HOUSI CH/A $350 one Melroie to Melroe dirt road. Turn on chol,.
9 454-159 heat and comer lot. -
large
a.m. Iii? Sot. 10/29: Itpd 10/37 fNESH RIVER SHRIMP for freezer days. evening. ; ttn/ehg. olri
month deposit required. Beautiful lake Rd. to second curve. 8433 screened
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FAMILY YARD SALE' ) Frl t Sat, Turn on 284.9755. 4tpd 10/20-11/tO LilT 9/15 link fenced yard
Bedford.
shaded lot, lake 4733940. Lake Rd. .
Y 473-2346. Itpd 10(27'MISCELLANEOUS' with ITxlT
Grllll Loop, go to 2nd RR track, turn PRESSURE TREATED PINE 2x6x10 S3.10, 2tchg 10/20-27 pooch", In-ground pool spa.
right Itchg 10/27 2x6x13 $' .25 2x6x16 $589 Stephen, FOR SALE wooden, storage barn. Many extras.
1 ; RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY, New MH 3 I ,
SATURDAY 10/29) 515 E. Jackson St. Smith Lumber,468.3624. 10/27 BR/2 BA. High Ridge Estates. Call Bob' .. Call for Informotlon-appolnmant,
(on. block behind 1'.*. Control). Four 100% FINANCING ON all sizes and 1O/27-11/17 .96-3720.10/13 3tpd. 10/27
famllle 473.79754tchg PACK RAT Buy tell and trade colt.ctible CARPET Buy wholesale! Commercial and
things-children cloth. ,
hope*, ,of Steel Building and BEAUTIFUL LAKE BROOKLYN furnished, '
Item and Used furniture ,residential. Free sample Namebrands '
kerosene heater, baby antique ,
toy ao Sunroom NOTICECLASSIFIED
Complete turnkey spacious 2 BR home In'' quiet area.
lot Call glassware, jewelry and much mere. quoted with monaufocturer and
"c..arl. more. 8:30 til? Itchg Price starting ''at $3,995. : beach $450 ,
., 10/27 1-800-444-1663. fcan Deck garage andy per Come ee for yourself. One mile east "'style. Florida reference. Paradise
month. 473.3202 or 4734903. 4tchg of Keystone / P.O. Box 2488 Dalton Ga. "ADVERTISING should be submitted -
, SATURDAY 10/29 8 a.m.'til? Furnltur., SEVERAL ITEMS 20 Young RI Red laying "}Height on Highway 100. Carpet
'" cloth.., ,Christmas craft 100 W. to Hen, $1.50 each. Pair ol $20. 1027.1117 473.2183,10/6 tfnchg 30722 18003387811.( ) 10/27, ;3lpd. to the, Union County: Time office .
tAKE FRONT $22
geese EFFICIENCY
Bay I..* Hwy ((225) the second dirt rood Mallard $2 each Go Grill $50. Sear month Include electrIC S cottage water, Furnlhed CERAMIC WpRLDl Tuesday thru Saturday 11/10 In credit writing and paid In advance'unless

on left. 964-7491. Itpd 10/27 sewing machine In cabinet, excellent screened porch carpet. 'carport. 9-5 p.m. Thurs 7-9 p.m., Greene this office.THE .I i. already establishedwith
", YARD SALE) Friday ft Saturday little bit condition, $65. Call 964-4646 after 5 384.9374 or 473.2909. 2tchg ware, bisque' firing complete line of HELP WANTED
of everything large women clothe, p.m. Itpd 1027RECONDITIONED i 10/27-11/3' --' Duncan tool, brushes, and supplies TIMES STAFF CANNOT'II HELD
On Bayles Hwy 1 mil. off 100 W. Itpd APPLIANCES Spacious work area. Join our Tuesday RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
ONE BEDROOM HOMI on lake, small RNICU/ER Work j 12 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN
3 hour OVER
1027WHISPERING relrigerator, washer A dryer Excellent night class Free for a limited time (reg experience. to
creened deck. Adult
porch large
PINES CARS CENTER will behaving condition. 30 day warranty Ed' on $7)), For more information 473.0157. shift per week, gel pay for 40 hour THE TELEPHONE. '
a yard sale for the resident Appliance Sale., Service a Part, 310 I. ly. No pet. $275 a month, plus utllltle, 120A South Lawrence Blvdacross( Call Kay Oowllrtg ,1.259'3151. ext 213.Itchg. Classified deadline Is ,MONDAY, 5
$100 473-7259 10/27
council auxiliary on Saturday, Oct. 29, Call St., SI.r.... 964.2966. 2tpd MELROSE/KEYSTONE depoiit. ARiA Itpd. Bradford from Dollar General). Itchg 10/27 1 10/27 P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
Minimum charge I I' 15 words lor 53.50:
from 10 o.rn to 4 p.m. 808 S. Colley Rd. 10/27.11/3
Itchg 10/27 County. Lovely home In super then 15 cent for each word thereafter
SEVERAL ITEMS Kerosene heater I yr. neighborhood. 3 big bedroom, 2 HOMES FOR SALE
,4 FAMILY YARD SALE ,Sot.
Sun; 10.5 old, good condition, $50; electric stove, bath, fireplace $450/ma, : '
p.m. Take 16 to Boyle Hwy, turn I.ft good condition $50: Sear dryer, $75. Owner/Agent. 475-1678 Itchg 10/27 LEASE OPTION/$550 MO: ElectGERALD
1/4 mile on right. School bus. apace' 7823388. Itchg 10/27
heater, lamps, clothe., tool.. coffeepot ,CERAMICS all equipment to (tort' or Will SACRIFICE W.
*, lot ol everything. Itpd 10/37 enlarge a buslnes More Information MOBILE HOMES Georgeous new 3/2.1800 sq ft, CH/A $ $ $ ,$ $ ,
'YARD SALE 4 families Sot, 10/29, 8.4'' call 4042455346. Ifpd 10/27 ,family room, fireplace, living'room.. : GUSWILERFlorida
p.m. 411, N. St. Clolr St. Oil heater, SEVERAL ITEMSr washing machine $50;, BIG FAMILY SPECIAL 28X70. 4 BR/2 BA Will apply $200 a month towards pur. I FT/FT House of
" kerosene ,heater, clothe, shoes, TV, riding mower $150; lewlng mochne with family room. Only $22,995 or a* chase Negotiable, 13984374. 2tchg Representatives
With ,radio new low $225 per month. Uncle Roy'., 10/20-27 SALESPERSONneeded District 21
porto-potty. It 10/27 $50; grill $25. Call 964-3298 llchg 10/27 a .
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GIANT YARD SALE) Hundred of Item. UPRIGHT FREEZER need the money. Ocala. 1.351.8514..4Ichll 10/6.27 LAKEfRONT SACRIFICE{ 3/2 split 'level -
, :q\ ,,' Frl S Sat. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Go 100 West Must >ell, $65. Call 964.3337, after 4 $45 DOWN'' buy a new 14' wide frame home, fireplace, open 'and The Peo leB
:. ,tN; r ';[."," ",.' turn right on 225 (Bayleu Hwy), go 1 p.m. 2t 10/27.11/3 mobile home No hidden cut!. We screened ,,'porches, beautiful lot. to sell in CLndidatcfoiEffective

.!;}: &j\I.'J'\\\ :(( ; \ ; ,-mil...... Follow signs. Itchg 10/27, JOHN J.J." SWANSON I I. a Vietnam finance. Uncle Roy', Ocala, 69000. LOVORN REAL ESTATE your area. Will train
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"" jI& : : ", ', Vet A member of 1.351.8514.4Ichg10627II Lawrence Blvd Keystone His ,
'i ; > :,.,," j Naiau Co.American No
.'im. '"ri"" ,I"' SALE ,Legion A disabled American Vet*. To BR 2 BA DW on large oak shaded corner 473-3254. Itchg 10/27 experience Representation
kj1 "" : ( FOR ,
t.\,':>;; :,.'i'tI\?;:' 'i":''!:;I.." help him In hi* campaign, call lot. New. A/C, new roofover needed. Call collect -
, i1'I"\ \J"\ ,I., .,,< 13542354. Pd. Pol. Adv. Rep. Itpd covered deck, huge shed (w/elec), FOR SALE
' \ 1\ ((904) 359-O181 Dedicated Concerned
I ; J'I: ,', \ MUSICAL. INSTRUMENTS, A. low 01 10/27 cable ready paved rood, city'water. ) :

$14.99 per month. Call 964.6946, TF GALVANIZED ROOFING good quality by Lake' Hutchinson access, low 30,*. Coll SINGER AUTOMATIC. completely Bradford Clay J

\ ';71+'(jli'i\I( ;':, NEWSPAPER PLATES aluminum Reynold 8 It. $5.41 10 ft. $6.76; 12 It. ,475-2942 after 5, or 473-2252 during overhauled like new, guaranI...... '
IJ' \ '''1 measures 24x36" $25 each.' Great for 795. Stephen .Smith lumber. ,day. Itpd 10/27: Cost $689 will take$i50 or payments of, Democrat' \ MHA*
' '""I\f patching and repair: TELEGRAPH, 135, 468.2624. 10/27 : $28 mo. with good credit; R,H, Sewing r. .I
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I, 1"\" ; \ .'iI,:\:' Call St. 964.63OS. TF Colors '
. ,\ (,' W. VINYL SIDING $59 per iq ft. HELP WANTED Center. 473 7862. 10/6 rinchg ... I''
Ii''I'rFa)1) ,j\'" ; ALICIA. HAY In roll under barn. Delivery' 'available. Fr. do-it.your.elf booklet BABY LOCK SEWING MACHINE Left In ...

:": [1\)1);,;, ,.!'i'i;' >available Arthur,'Gaskms., 7823727. ,With purchase. Stephen Smith Lu.nb.r, 'PERSONAL CARE ATTENDANT, .' and ,loy-a-way, original price $689 balance :
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i $ 5/26TF ,
, 468.2624.10/27 ; due $400 or payments of $28 mo with
t"b; :" \" '" evening cook 475.2108, Stchg 10/20.27
SEAT LIFT CHAIRS If you're a Medicar. machine and Still R.H
'fORSALE.\ ) sewing new us* good credit. In carton. ,Sewing
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\ "" ;'0'. ) I recipient with a qualifying' condition. edfl home and Industrial, Baby-Lock ,REACTIVATE YOUR LICENSE call today Center. 473-7862. 10/6 rinchg STARKE.RADIATOR &
, 'f',)'i INC.
,, "V,1/! : / ),? + I-800-4 .4174. fcort machine Strickland Sewing In real estate: ,Century 21 like new. Originally $800 asking. '
1t :.0:": i ,'. ,i' OAK WOOD FOR SALE 533:2474. 9/29TF Machine Repair, Hwy 16 & 223 'Showcase Properties, Inc.. 473-4903, $280 for both. 473.3896. 2tchg 10/20-27 Heater & Radiator Repair '
. ,)I' .." :'i :. (Morgan Rd.), 964.8733. 10/20TF Belly Jo Manor Broker 4tchg 10/6-27, FRESH RIVER SHRIMP caught daily for' Specialist "
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'r:,; I" \ lhe ; REGISTERED NURSE for home 'vl.lt*
\ ."', ," BUNK BED: can be used a> 2 Jingle. $25. freezer, 10 pounds or more.i, 284 9755..;
I"J. 1 luulcr
PRN' Cores a Wutcr s Tarts
"Ijf'\1), ,i"t1V \ ," -_ Also wooden dresser need Keytone/Melro area part- '4tpd 10/20-11110' Pumps
, ? c,1.t! ,i reflnlhing. $15; 7823506. 3tchg tlm./full.tlm. Flexible hour: Excellent PROM DRESSES like, 'new sizes 5.9. (FREE Cooling'
,: !iI. .f..wi ''rr;i" Hello. My Veoae li BABY 10/27-11/3 / pay. Upjohn( Healthcare 'Service 473.0136. 2tchg IO/2O-27

, ; A,''! I: am aa Afghan Hound 2 ALUMINUM DOG BOX Custom-built lor : *, 904.964.8772. 'Itchg 10/27 CHROME t GLASS TABLE. contemporaryrust I System Inspection)
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: \\1 {1' t V year old aad I'm a BoylTemperament Ford Ranger. $125. 4962306. No collect .....""" choirs, yellow, bunk beds with Dot Place In Town To T l ALeakl

; ,j/.l'r'h. :': I bar a Good coll. Itpd 10/27 SERVICES desk I shelf. Window air conditioner, Corner 964-681O 3016 iSftl6! ] .
,' ,'J, aad Ira. WATERBED WITH MIRROR HEADBOARD $25. Drapes/curtains, best. otter.
Had My Shot queen-size, n.w' liner and mattress ,SEWING MACHINES CLEANED .oiled and 473-4020. Itpd 10/27
'7 < My backyard 1* too $250 negotiable.Call 964.8O86 from 1.5p.m. odut| enlon In your homed ,Special POOL, TABLE for sale,' excellent condi O I O i11'*k .
I all brand Work While .Sand Lake 7000 Bright
Ask lor $14.95. Repair lion
,,,, v imalll or 2tpd'l0/27-Ii/m. .., pr, tTln'JlYJ" a srAr,
; .... Melissa pee t 1la -H .giMrenteed. "733862..o.I6offnchg Water Drive.'473-2455. Itchg lp/2 .
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: J> ... I naad mopia room SPEED BICYCLE Raleigh GY4nd'prix. MATURE LADY wilt sip l with elderly In LIAR SIEGLERMATIC oil heater Ex / '
':' and JUde to Play With $150. Call 964-8782. Itpd 10/27 their' ham., daytime only, Call, cellent condition and 100 gallon fuel David Lawson Paint &
"I L ': '" Call My Mom 1910 CAPELLA MOBILE HOME 14.70. 473-2336.3tchg 10/13-27 tank, $250 obo. Matched ..t of four J6 Body Shop ,
I, '. I 9M-4151. M48441Glanda free central AC, payoff or take overpayment CLEANING SERVICE Quality home inch 12 wide, mud: lire, $125 obo. .'
, ",", ,' ,' ( )' *. Must *.. to appreciate. Call cleaning ..rvlc... 475.3436, 4tchg 6592779.. Itpd 10/27 Insurance; Collision; / WorK Free ,Estlrhpte?

I 'I ,, ,'" 964-7680 after 6 p.m. Itpd 10/28 10/20-11/10 FOR o.b.o.473.4363.SALE Camper Itpd top 10/27 lot truck, $100 CR ?2? NW2Qtviit( $ vStqrKo o, 964-613 \ i

"' DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGGING BUNK BEDS solid 2X6 pine frames complete .
R.V.s CAMPERS
: HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL Call
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'. : with mattresses, like new, $75.
:' ... JR. V.: DURRANCE TRAVEL TRAILERS LaRue Leveling Service, for all your 473-3302. 1 llchg 10/27, '
foundation Keystone
repair .
'473-7721.719TF YOU HOOK YOU COOK! = t:"

: : PUMP & SUPPLY 21 FT, TRAVEL TRAILER stove hear LAND SALES
refrlg, toilet, sleeps six. $700 080. Hand-Fed
0'1\\)1\1\; \\; ; \,;>' BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYOWNER Channel Catfish'I
, '. 782.3562. 3tchg 10/20-27 LOT FOR SALE on Washington Lake I

,. :?:Vi;: ::: \ 'Well Drilling BUY FACTORY DIRECT AND SAVE! WANTED for vertical and win- Huron Court In Big Tree lake sub \-c Triple H Fish Farm ,
lightweight In.ulated. SCAMP
division $15,500. Call 813992-1657,
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fhit/t, / .ur. dow blind builnet Be ambitious and "
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CALL
964-6182< DIRECTIONS OPEN TO PUBLIC
fiberglass 13 16', C 19'5th '" Stpd 10/20-11/17
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1'1(1\, ;: :( ,,\. :, Rotary 2" to 6" wheels. Call taU I free earn big money. Price$5000.Will train. ,
Golden' to make aboveaverage
opportunity
: 1.800-346-496210' free brochure. Icon
Income Call today
/, ': 7 Pumps Golne.vllle 377-1248: $, 4tchg, FOR SALE
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10/27-11/17, Classified Ads ,' _

;'" : ::'J All : TRAIN 'del Results/ Fill Dirt, Top'' Soil

. : > TO BE A WANTED
I. ,,',,' ', u "PROFESSIONALSECRETARY Large or Small Loads of Limerock r,
' ,' { ': : ,)" 'SEARS LT10 mower for 'part :011' Bulldozer'
I "' Sbe.s 473-7413 4tchg 10/6-2T FQrt SALE Tractor WorK Backhoe: -

," SEC./RECEPTIONIST! NEEDED Someone to share expense '

.'! ''; ;:: ,' e,EXEC. SECRETARY: on area house, $75 A week utilities For, K more.y.tone Information.Melrote O if.., LEASE 964-6182 964-5825 964-6095"

I I'I"' ('; '"ty( >' STARikdL: FLA.
, call 473 3920 before 2 p.m. Itchg 10/27 ;
," j'I'",';; 1 1f4 !"'iJ.(.. VISIT, OUR SHOWROOM Start locally, full time/part time. -- o.r'
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i "I'"''I J;)} Learn word processing and related I'
\ \ : For Your Plumbing Parts secretarial skill, Home study and
; fliil\ ,?f\( resident training. National ALL OR PART

''\j"f"' < s".. 964-7061 headquarters Pompano heath Fl. 7.5. Acres 220 Ft.' on U.S.. 301
" I I' 1"I' ,' *FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE'' HELP ,WANTED 12.000 Sq; Ft. Hldg, La-Z Boy
'I !"" '.. JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE ,
. :\P/tI1.! 864 N. Temple Ave.,,Starke 1..80.-432-3004 MATURE INDIVIDUAL From .Ii
i r i ; j"ltii ; $200 OOO
I. / THE 1IART SCHOOL ,Accounting Experience
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;(i\lfi0l: "\3.: 'Nights & Weekends WT. of AC.T. Corp. With Management $199DENMARK

"tJIk! \ ,# ., ,,. ; 964-7578 -Accredited Member'' Potential OWNER WILL FINANCE
" < I' next to MO !-_ Co.)
( $ Y Tire
"Ik
; ''i)',, NIISCTrain Inc. Tax Prep Helpful
"I" //\/'iJ" j. Well If
Train
,'., ''';'!; /'' :'11'," Willing' IDEAL FOR:; La-Z-Boy
\\ (" ,Learnt
, :.+rryr',' '':;;; :' AFFORDABLE I 'TRUCKERS.'EQUIPMENT CO..
',,,1J"w'l.:. itf ;,,' .CONTRACTORS. LUMBER CO., 434 W. Cull Street 411 W. Madison Street

; ;',\, I/kf, ::;; !::'.<'', ''T.H'.E., Acartments Bradford, Reply TelegraphP ,WHOLESALERS 964-5826 0645827Mon.
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'":' d1i'::, l" I"f'I. ; I an d Ing Rd., to be a Fl. 32091 1-104-788-8181 A F ct You Can PO Better At Denmark Furniture I

. ( 'j\:!.f.fh"}"\!&j N'J.t.'i,l"',.' 'Stae 1-1.32091'I '. TRAVEL AGENT .
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: ';;r)jJJ", $"''': ', ," 9647133I TOUR GUIDE .1"- -- -
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, '\\I.i\\?I Wi, :"I\'J l '" I'J AIRLINERESERVATIONIST JARVIS LAKE BUTLER flPflRTIBEnTS
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,', f I!' ,\,,' ';',' family Now taking applications 1'01234 bedroom units. These''
" J\\ ( Start locally: full time/part time. FENCE & ALUMINUM .
' all eloctrlc units are spacious with lots of closer space and all have
; ;:, ('4'1/'/',; ', ortented withlaundry I Train on live airline computers. ,
,. \';)" ,;. Home study and Resident training wall-to-wall carpet crapes and kitchen appliances. On-slte laundry
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. \jl'' ', ,'If'Vj/ "'.' Link Wood & Farm Fence:
\..,\ ''I'';''., ', and' large. Nail hdqr. Porn pano Bcho Ft Chain facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified applicants.

i ,,; \.Y"jl,d\" Q''t i ,..," playground @ e FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE t Keystone Heights '100 West For:"appllcallon and Information

,,1\'I'Ilt\'r1:;\' ;" \' \ ; ',,' "./ \. EQUAL "OVSINO s JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE 1 I' ; Please lee us at, @
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,',;? W1\J'; 'W(( 1.o. Income- A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL Screen'Rooms 1005 SW'' 6th Street'

,,;,,"" .f.{' ('; 'I" ( ,SlOn. ,8 Housing, 1 8OO 432 3OO4fcrrrr .. I Lake Butler. Fl 32054 *..nee***
1'i', 'O"O'- ,
" '+ {j'\'I';\ \" i'H''' "iit'I ";"" { ,Pefte, for 30' of, Y our ....}: ; .;.'<* .:;::-':. '. .''Car Ports' Io' Or Call 496-3141

' .,:,""U\ ;ll} W) '" ," ncame it you Ou4LfY >il i Mrvnl-rr PNNa(') %.:::x: ;: :;::: -:::. ,

.; .e'' ,;?\it''!!?> 't..1-)A,. f' (o'>_ W ;}:$:::: .3i t: .: : C .Moblle'Homet '

.. 't i rF"I: \ : : 'm: : :;>:::: Skirting e Now Leasing. i

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'}''\Il.P"II'\;: !: i\ ';',',!\';.' Elixson Wood Products;, Inc.. .m. I Roof-Overs ,I Forest. Park ,Apartmgijts

Jr'i'" "fi"" !' "j I An npartmcnt complex designed for moderate +t/' .

; \f": Pine Bark Awnings Income families. No rental assistant *':.-<\
Mulch
, : :- Cypress available Attractive I & 2 / 113a opts., N, .
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", '"\\1"" ,." SATISFACTIONGUARANTEED range refrigerator carpet, central heat A ntr, S,m" 'r.t.: ,
:' You Pick Up or We Deliver ptilla and laundry free water scwi-r fi

4 ;!" ., ItIlrllll", I Rc'ttt $1 I$2201l1lnlnllllu.'l\vo
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Heart Lumber .., 'st I uvull.
We :Afso Have Red ,Cypress IItI'I'r 'I1.lIc'upl') iiptxrtmiMiH
For inrormetlorsAppUcetlossrPotest m i
4'73-7,6'7Q Park Apwtmcnte 77ft NE 11 Street. lake Butler. Fl &MO4:
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1 6KexH .1a.rIt'LITuraS.W:| ; : ': .i4E:ITt)1i.EiSECTION: : Ottobrr n. IIN13 4

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HELP WANTED HELP WANTED Vote' EtheridgeSheriff

n i Starke Area Ads T lf Nov ,

: : EASY WORKI excellentpa yl'Ass.rnbl.\ THE CITY'Of ITARKI POWER PLANT has p,,B..,

product oi hem*.Coil for Information. on opening for'the position of power
--- 504-641-8003: A-9S7.'4tpd 10/4-27 plant operator.: This position Involves
HAIRSTYLIST WANTED with good .personality shift work. The minimum requirements
\.' FOR RENT FOR RENT. PERSONAL SERVICES to rent 0 chair In a salon are; graduation from on approved high MEDICALTRANSCRIPTIONIST'
Clientele preferred. 964-6777. 2tchg school or. GED; prior' power plant or ,
-'" WEIGHT WITH CAL-eAN SOOOl A
LOll 10/20-27 electrical preferred.: Applications
NEWLY DECORATEDt everything furnish MOBILE HOMIi central heat/olr.'3 Bit, ibo seen en TV,for fast delivery and more ATTtNTION-HIRINOI Federal government will experience be received: until' 5 p.m. POSITIONSShands

ed. laundry facilities {Included.: Video ,. stove, refrlg. No pets, $250. Information. Coll 473-3681 or' 94-2300.. lobe In your area and overseas.Many Friday Nov.4, 1988. Apply at the City Hospital la currently!
473 3014. 1020T1'TWO '
room available.. Will accept on. child Itpd 10/27 Immediate opening without 'of Storke City Hall Personnel Office,
no pets. PALMS APTS.. 2313 N. Tempi. BEDROOM MOBILI HOME for renton DO YOU NEED A COMPANION? Do you' waiting list or test $17,840-$69,483. 209 N. Thompson St., Starke. 2tchg ,Medical recruiting two full-time anda
Ave Starke 3709)) 10/ 9TF 1 ocr lot Central air and heat. $250! need licensed practical nurse? Do you ,Phone call refundable. 602-838-W8J 10/27-11/3 Transcripttonlsts
month. 9644238. 10/27TF need someone to care 'for a child with visits part-time MedicalTranacrtpttonlat
ADULT PARKS Clean 2 BR mobile horn .xt. 11006. IconHAIRDRESSERS REGISTERED NURSE For home,
Mi MI. from hborhood. ONE ACRI LOTS with mobile homes. "special needs"? If you hove 0 special FOLLOWING Ke .. PRN part- Clerk.TRANSCRIPTIONISTS.
< | NIC n.i. WANTED v I area.
city .. .. etffiel'9.
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"- -69.T313:1oTBTF"--" -- -ready-to-move<* .? Severet-to-thoese- need Tcorr"-helpr----Weose-otf--ofanytime '- "t -PIEFIRkED'.NOT'TIIQOIIieor' tlme/fulF-tlme. Flexlbfe'"TJourir"'" ftf- '.i fEi3iC --''-- :- --

FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities from. Owner financing. Payments less 964-4888. References upon LOCATED AT 1252-C SOUTH WALNUT cellent pay. Uplohn Healthcare Sen
,paid, from $37 ,SO per week.: thon rent low down Payment' ; From req...-.'. Itchff 10/37 ((301 PLAZA) NEAR NEW SHOPPING vices. 904-964-8772 Itchg 10/26 Mon. 8
a.m.-4:30
Friday.
'MAGNOLIA HOTEL, Walnut St.. by Past $11,500. 964.4230. 10/27TF EXPERIENCED HOUSIKIIPMr hard CENTER. PLEASE APPLY IN PERSON. ,SALES' live and work 'In the beautiful, : p.m.
OHice, TF work, reasonable price Home and! of- BETTY'S TRIM WAVES. 9644090. Hpd. Tampa area.Crowing Industrial trailer Saturday-Wed. 3-11 p.m.
MOBILE HOMES: J8R. I'' BATH \WITH/ AC. ,fleet Cell 6.-2051, Brenda 10/27 manufacturer Is looking for on'experlenced > Requirements Include two
COVERED, PATIOS t MILE TOO BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES Rem.imber holidays. Itchg 10/27 WELDER experience preferred: but not salesman with managerial years of transcriptionexperience
)WNTOWN STARKE 964.7498. CHILD CARl IN MY HOME Reliable, necessary. Apply at Hwy 301 North potential. Send resume to North Cre.- and 70 CWPM.
4. 'UTFSOUTHERN, d.p<"odobl.. Mother of two. Conve Bradford Furniture No phone coils, cent Properties 120 Geoffrey Court,
VILLAS OF STARKE Is now oo nlentlY"ocot-l: In town.. Mon-Frl '6:30 please hchg 10/27 Oldsmor, Fl. 34677, 2tpd 10/21.1I(3. MEDICALTRANCRIPJ10NIST
tepftrfg" applications foe I t 2 bedroomofroCtmeot OWN YOU OWN APPAREL,OR SHOI a.in. til 6 p.m. Call 964 63S7. Itpd 10/27 JOHN"J.J."SWANSON I I.a VletNam Vet CLERK
*, $199 and $219 month, STORE ChoOle" from: Jean/Sport- EXPERIENCED MOTHER will babysit, In endorsed-by Nassau C. VFW. To help Correctional Probation Mon.-Friday 1.5 p.m.
OHA. fully, equipped kitchen cobleir ,swear ladles. rnens, children/mater my home, located (In town and him In his campaign call 1-3S4-2354. Orncer I Requirements Include basic
.ody. 964 7295 964-4214.\ 5/26TF nity large sites ptlte, available a.l hours Call Lisa at Pd. Pol. Adv. Rep. Itpd 10/27 The Reception and Medical CenterIn understanding of medical .
CLEAN IN TOWNS 2 BR house, CHSA, doncweor/oer cJrpe': no pets. Adult preferred $235 accessories store. Add color analysis.' CHILD cARl IN MY HOMES mature, call pl_... Apply at Bradford Furniture applications to work in the Inmate terminology and 35 (;WpM. Six
montt{ plus security deposit. Call Brand name: In Cloiborne.Weolthtex: reliable, ,dependable, conveniently North 301. Itchg 10/27 Classification section. Require. months ,clerical experience
964.6680 after 3 p.M for appointment Chous lee. St. Michel, Forenio. located.! 9648522. 2tchg 10/2O-27 GENERAL OFFICI HELP' no phone call bachelor's degree and 1 year preferred.
., to vi.w. !S.'STFLAVYTEY Bugle Boy Levi), Camp Beverly Hills, WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME day or night please. Apply Bradford Furniture, experience working with Inmates.
!' APARTMENTS now, taking oppHeenons Organically Grown Lucia Over 2000 and all oges. 9642520. Itchg 10/27- North 301. Itchg 10/27 Starting salary $10.347 orwlll hire Submit Applications To:
;! Jor 1 S' 2 BR apartment, other Or $13.99 on*'price designed, LAWN SERVICE residential and commercial HAIR STYLIST WANTED with good per. as trainee with no Inmate SHANDS HOSPITAL
CHA. fully equipped kitchen drape_ multi-tier pricing discount or family lawn, /acuumed, mowed: cypress: tonality to rent a chair In a salon. experience at 17412. Apply In UNIVERSITY OF FLA.
,r "78Jf3S3t. New management. Equol. shoe (tor*. Retail prices unbelievable mulching, tree removed.: 964-4238. Clientele preferred.',964-67T7.. Itchg person or call ((904)) 496-2222. BoxJ.337Gatnesville.
1 Housing Opportunity, 9/,1, $1F for top quality .ha* normally priced 10/27 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Ft. 32610
tHReE BEDROOM. 1'1 bath CH&A, near from $19 to $60. Over 250 brand 2600 NOTICE! OFFICI MANAGER needed: for small PREFERENCE IN APPOINTMENTWILL 904-395-0441 '
Southtida School. S373/rno. 964,5423. .,,1... $17.900 to 29900. 'Inventory doctor office In Lake Butler.' BE GIVEN TO EUOinlJ! EOE
'" 10,6TF training, fixture. airfare, grand openIng e Did You Sell Your Property? 9044960092. Itchg 10/27'' VETERANS VETERANS.AND SPOUSES OF
TWBEDROOM mobil. horn. 'Call. etc. Can open IS day. Mr, e Do Y-au Receive Payments On a WELDERS to $16 hourly. Bring gear and'b
'964 $ 4or/, 964.5768. 4tchg' 10/6-27 Loughlln ((612)) 808-6555. Itpd 10/27 Mortgage or Agreement for Deed? ready. Several openings, tome will !
TWO. BEDROOM HOUSE CHSA, ,very $75,000 PER YEAH Steel Company look. e Wouldn't You Rather Have ALL train. 13555500. 2tchg 10/27-11/3
nice Call 964-6680. 4ipd 10/6-27 Ing for dealer In Florida. Small refundable Cash Now?' CONSTRUCTION $7 to $))5 HOURLY: MlnlmumlMedJum Security Institution With Career
ONE OR TWO BEDROOM APARTMENTS deposit required. Other product Call Fred Farnsworth for Details I Several Immediate: opening Will train
trt duplex, Adult, only.. 468 11 IS.'2tpd Include .un.OO"'S. mobile home product < several today 1-355-5500, 2lchg Service Benefits Has the Following Vacancies:
1Q 20.27 *. 100% financing evelloble. Call 18OO5454991Uc 10/27-11/3
1 BR FURNISHED APT,: clean and quiet 1.600.444.1663-icon NURSE
Mtfi Broker Inverness FL SENIOR REGISTERED : F/C .
adult only ,Houck Apartment Call CEDAR LOG HOMES DEALER WANTED]
BI-WEEKLY SALARY RANGE: $743.40-$126 1.61.
964-2358 2tchg 10/27.11.3 Cedar, log homes are really telling.
LOW RENT EFFICIENCY ROOMS 3'/ Join a winnlrg ,eo.... Protected: ter MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS.LicensUre as a Registered Prof
4j y .rtVlle"'South of Stark, n.xt door to ritory. Dealer, training. Each sale .1' Nurse In accordance with Fla. Statute 464 or eligible to practice
OoiUy. Trailer Mfg. 3tchg 10/27.11/10 generate 4000. Colonial Structures nursing In accordance with Fla. Admin. Code 1O-8.27 and 1 yr.

;1", ROOM APARTMENT .'ove and Inc.. P.O. Box 19522, Greensboro. N.C. FIRSTAMERICA FINANCIAL ", of prof nursing exp.CORRECTIONAL ,
?reMgeroior.' All utilities furnished. No 27409 919668.011. Icon "
pet*' S6S per week. Call 964-8498. Itpd HOTTEST NEW business opportunity CORPORATIONEARN MEDICAL TECHNICIAN -,CERTIFIED, <
'i, ','Iot1' I 'In The "Breath Brush"
year '
: BI.WEEKLYSAlARY RANGE $572.12-929.0 _
In $230,000 + PER YEAR : '
SMALl FURNISHED APARTMENT disposable toothbrush.. Developed; :
lowley. \Waterfurnished/ Oral-B, and distributed: for vending nationwide Individually or $807,500 with 10 MINIMUM ,QUALIFICATIONS: Llccnsure as a Practical 1
S16u.l8Qmo.plu; *, small deposit, by the Holly Group. Nurse (MM In accordance with Fla. Statute and 2 yrs.
'762 3949 Itpd 10/27 8OO-444-VEND.fcan, associates (est.) with America's most ,, 'experience providing health support services In a hospital., ,

4' BEDROOM MOBILE HOME on 1 acre exciting business opportunity.We clinic,, Infirmary,.nursing or convalescent home.'
land. ,All chain',link fenced S3SO/mo
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f Vrst,' (ot t security Call',468 2543 Itpd PERSONAL SERVICES have attracted CPA's lawyers. MBA's.
; APPLY TO: PERSONNELLAWTEY :
0)21: management executives salespeople, and others '
',THREE.BEDROOM; 1. HOUSE In.'Waldo,' WAN'tTO DRINK who franchises. '( ,CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
own
THArs YOUR BUSINESS P. O. Box 229 Lawtey, FI.32058 ((904)) 782-381
:,tpvff,",rcfrlg.:, fenced: yard. $225/mo WANTTOSTO,., ,
.. ( product Unlimited market (
deposit required No pet 468-I5O9/. Brand new (
'THAT'S OURS I An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative ActionEmployerVeterans
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,,: ft.r'6 p.m. 2ipd 10/27.11/3 YOU allocate
Alcoholic
benefits
your Preference
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FURNISHED t BR APARTMENT light and CLIENT ( ,, : (
*64. 1S0 or 94-2000 own time .
Included $200 month,no
hot Water per substantially at no
12/29. ,
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*. 964.2796, Itpd 10/27 Expert training
pet Installed. Fre :
,CHAIN LINK FENCES extra costProduct I
trailer'spdces ,
Also
TRAILERS FOR RENTI stimat**. HANDY-MAN FENCE CO., No Inventory
with'' full1 hookup at.$108 p.r month.
sells Itself
Owner Tommy Reddl.Ii.1'I6A.8S59 TF ,I c. "
lost Valley Campground 964 5760, Minimal overhead ,
HOME REPAIR pointing, roofing n.w'and when shown
Itpd/1!fa/27 tear off. Additions, remodeling. .'Not a franchise or
STATE EMPLOYEES need hornclose/ to Thomas E. L.. Conduction, office No competition MLM I
your\ work? We have clear ,mobile 9642852. horn 431.1675.77TFBULLDOZER
homes 'available 468.1323, 10/8 TF WORK $40 per hour. Limited number of Marketing Rights
FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities
7823306. If no answer, 782-3954. 'leave TOTAL INVESTMENT $20,000For
paid. From) 37.50! weekly. Magnolia name and number. 8/25Tf
Hotel. Walnut St. by Post Ottlce TF
THREE. BEDROOM bath clean close WELL ranee DRILLING Pumpx*PUMPS Supply SERVICE c., W9terlL3y.tems Our an Information package call "J N RU'StE\
'111 [ SpeQ 064 : ((416)368-0464or'1.f3)941-9922) : (:
CLEAN FURNISHED-HOMCSt central AC FL32091.9/STF' ; ;: : ,
Av* US 30ki Storke. Your Union County Realtor
reosonabf" rents. PINES. .
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WILL BABYSIT In home Monday thru (
my
496.2364, Sit 121, Lake Butler, 7/I4TF '
Friday. 964 6357. 2tpd 10/20-27
TWO BEDROOM HOME In Stark. $250month. CLEANING ATTICS AND GARAGES--. 496-2126 or 496-2903
473-3627 9/22TF '
EXTRA ,CLEAN Evening 3 BR,' IVfr bath mobil. Pat.Reasonable 4tchg 10/20-11/10 price. 964-3446 Ask for Strickland Sewing Machine 360 W. Main St., Lake Butler

central air 01'1. acre lot, Completely '
home
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MATURE SOBER LADY will be companion Sales & Service
furnished. No pet, $265 mo, i
$100''ee deposit. Call 't64.755., 2tchg run errand or sit with your sick LOCK LAKI BUTLER.. lovely 3/2 horn oft 2 ACRES. IV* blocks from Main St In
BABY SERGERS
10)27' ,' one or homebouod person 2 ar 3 day a (.ok. Butler. In .xc.llent neighborhood this property ho beautiful trees,

.,., 1' BR APARTMENT)I'indoor and outdoor, week day.Have,Call 9642227.C"nlron.pOr1otlon." 2t 10/20-27$25 ((4 thread & 3 thread) oaks, pine and dogwood?.to name a lew. Home has finished hardwood
with bedroom & living roomoperwig per floor, double-car and PRICED SELLI
living ,, WANT, YOUR HOUSE CLEANED for the Straight Stitch garage privacy TO )
Onto walled patio near town ? 10/2O-27 WORTHINGTON SPRINGS..Country setting surrounds this 3 bedroom
Call 702-3338.
holiday 2tchg
.children, & elderly welcome. 964.8601. ,CHILD CARET Christian mother ."has eZlg Zag home with fireplace.ut| In time for winter Approximately I acre with

TQ91p' limited opening for 3or* 4 year. olds 'ButtonHoleFree born make this an Ideal pick to get out of town.
';, \ only. 964-4689 ,'pcll0/27 Arm Machines Hwy. 16 & 233 (Morgan Re d! .WORTHINGTON SPRINGS... 2.Hory home (Handyman special) up to 48
ACRES available. Owner will sell a* little a*3 acre. Best part I* OWNER
Behind Stark
Flat Bed Machines Handy-Way FINANCING available qualified buyer THIS WON'T LAST LONG. Owner

,; .(RESIDENT MANAGER DED) New & Used 964-8733 would con.lder "Leaie with, option to purchase' to qualified person.
-PRpVIOCNCI..6 Acre off SR 238 with mobile home Possibly tome
J\\'(I'ttlre.tQupl wanted for.44unit rental .- --- ,owner finance to qualified buyer,
LAKE BUTUR..3 lots' available, 1 lot front; lake Ave 2 blocks from Mid.
properly:: in ,Starke. Apartment dl. and High School 2 other 'lots located: : 1 block off Main St. OWNER WILL
management experience beneficial PINE FOREST APARTMENTSNow FINANCE. lot already *urveyed.'LAKI '

maintenance i experience ,required: BLITIER..3 lot and 2 mobile home available. Owner rill finance
vacant lot or mobile home and lot combined ',
,M\ist\ fa bondable, no pets. i Accepting Applications for WORTHINGTON SPRINGS..B.oulifut 7 acre near Santa Fe River. Wooded -

Salary,( plus apartment,'and utilities: 2, & ::3 'BR.Apartments Smarting at $195. NEIl: with FINANCED.' a lot of rood frontage Owner will ..111 acre or more. ALSO' OW,.-

{Send to' --= ..., can't be beat this
resume. -RAIFORD..Coun'ry living on FARM.Has all you need to
I HgBlTAqe, VILLAS OF PALM COAST 'CH/A .,Fully Equipped Kitchen Cable Ready walk right in and tart forming Comfortable Home, Tractor and Equipment
fish pond pasture, crop land.
.t', Q. 'Box 10293. Clearwater., 34617 Fr'Equa
1530 W. Madison Street EQUAL
\ Employer' EQUAL HQUgtNO ,JANE S. USHER, Realtor
Opportunity HOUSING
...., Starke e 964-6312' I @ I OPPORTUNITY 360 W.Main St., Lake Butler, Fla.

Mon Fri 9-5PM 496.2126 or 496.2903 eves

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1Jf SAL BY OWNER .

. ." Bradford Properties & Investments, Inc. JANE S., USHER Realtor
O'tie &"Two Acre Mobile Home Lots...:'$3.500 and Up ,

New 2 BR 2 UA Home In Graham ......j. $4p.OOO. )

-e .17 1/2 Acres In Starke,......... $2.00O acre, 6LIWILtc '
.. 2QO Acres near Theressa .......$ 1.000 acre 1m I 496-2126 or 496-2903 eves'

De.lllllfullake lots? On paved road In Hawthorne Suzanne

$25.000 and Up :Real Estate Broker

'. ,Building Lot ,in Smol( rise Subdivision,... Keystone 4f

$G.000
2 Lots and Mobile Home ....... Keystone..... $22,500Mobile :$ 11:OOO; Three aoga sglFSseetwater stream great variety c CRULLER

'e'' lorne & land set-up...,,, Brooker ftd., $25.000 tnra3g 33 0aCTio septic mound needed., .

'. New Duplexes. 2 UR. sale or rent.... Slake.. $350/Mo $ 19,000; Fishing Retreat: South ShoreCrosby Lake.,'100 ft., S Chiropractic: Center

.,;Z.OOO SQ., m Home on 2 J/2 Ac, Rent or Sale $400/Mo waterfrmt.600 (t depth. Keystone Heights, Office S

& CATTLE COMPANY $ 33,500 Small cash Investment Value. home
BRADFORD LAND : ; r Big Masonry

Ronald E. Newman Sr. .n quiet neighborhood, 260B_ S. Lawrertco Blvd. t

4732157Eveningstnslailt $ 41,000: Very cozy freShly painted concrete! block home '473-7213;
Flrwiiolnf e No I'olnts a 1 Reasonable Interest Rates e with an city fadllUes. 1% .f

165.000;Architecturally designed home beautiful

Lampion Lake secluded on 1.7 acres. ,
INJURIES
HERITAGE VILLAS $ 52.00O: Country home stucco'exterior. one full acre fenced. PAIN.CONTROL ,

$ 86.000: .Handsome brick, ranch home, restricted area. In, Headaches : Werk ....... ,
Sr uPini.
607 Bradford Court in Starke town Price reduced. I Neck & Arm '. ..l

,$. 69.00O: Large four bedroom. thre full bath home on extra Mid Oack: e Awe A.........',
Applications for large lot dose to school. Low Back & Log;

immediate oGcupanry! are, .,' $ '4,500: Beautiful 1/2 acre building site. Paved road tool .(faA. ..

'beincf accepted ona., 1 & 2
COMMERCIAL CORNER '
DR., RICHARD TUU.ER tr
$R ', +apartments.$ Monthly
Speculators check these properties for Future Profits II '
plus
from $220'
payments : .
I rCHIROPRACTICrCARE 1"1"I.I.
Handicapped
ililies .
,11,1 Neat Warehouse Owner cell fast Come
says f .1 :
also available. ', '
units .are WHEN YOU : "
and view property then makt. in offer ,
....,,',,:;,:,Rental" ,information-and: NEED IT-24.HOURS t'' \, ,!

'. pp'U7at.i0r's! ; : are "
1-; a. ; ,;able' at"the "Rental A-:DAY -, 7'DAYS "A t''.': '

o/f t e 607 Bradfordpietutt e 301 South: One Acre. Only 25000. WEEK. ,"I I ,'\

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MOJ1-rr1. 9**5i30 p.m.Call 964-6216 e,12O, Ft. on Hwy. 301"For Sale at $64.0OO Office Hours:

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The following defendants 'ap- with'expired driver license;, provided guilty,5'DWLS; provide proof of accident; dismissed. expired tag;, provided valid tag, AWLS valid ''license and
peared before Judge George H. valid license;$50 court costs. .' ;license and pay $50 or pay 12025. Teresa Watson Steven pled guilty costs suspended dismissed. ; present .
Pierce in Bradford County Trpffll Parish charged with expired tag.g;/. Mitchell Clay Caldwell pled guilty DWLS; dismissed. provided valid Keith Anthony Milliard pled guilty pay $50 or pay $120.90.
'Criminal Court Oct.TsT their,cases provided! proof of tag costs suspend-- DWLS; provide valid., license and license. DWLS; provide valid, license and David DWLS Jim Browning Jr. pled no
received final disposition. ed. contest ; ten ,day In) jail,
pay $50 or pay $120.25. Cheryl Lynn Crowfoot pled guilty pay $50 or pay $120.
Robert Lee Edwards pled guilty Caldwell pled guilty unlawful tag; DWLS; fined $120.25. Stephen Lane Thornton pled guilty credit for two days served$50 court
George Marvin Twiford pled guilty reckless. driving; $50. court costi': dismissed Pedro Garcia pled guilty reckless OWLS; 20 days In Jail report to Tri costs.
driving under ,the influence Albert Johnny 'Ogletree
case dismissed. Michelle Lynn Watkins pled guilty driving; $90 court coats. County for completion of pled no
(DUn I ; fined $437.50 ten days in five Robert Dell pled guilty DWLS; 'violation of restriction ,on driver Garcia pled guilty JSVDL; Michael Leon Wilkerson probation.pled guilty contest DWLS; ten days in jail,fined
on weekends attendDUl license suspended provide valid license and pay $50 or license; if valid license. provided, dismissed, costs suspended. NVDL; six months probation, $101.29, TrI County Probation. one
school year.
years ,Tri County pay $101.25.Jimmy 'will dismiss. Aaron
Chris Kellam
pled guilty costs suspended, violate no laws., ''
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Probation one year. Lee Moore Jr. pled guilty Lee 'Alexander chargedwith Ogletree charged with out reduced -
Tommy NVDL provided license Whidden
valid
;; John Wesley pled guilty to
Truett charged with wilfulrwanton riving
Doyle Eugene DWLS reckless
; provide proof of license and DWLS; case dismissed. dismissed. DWLS provide valid License and
_..1liolallim.of probation DUI; pro.. $50 or 10125.. ; pled no contest; fined $1,000, court
pay pay Charles E. Davis pled guilty Alfred Lamar Woods pled
no con pay $50 court costs or pay $120.25.
vided proof of attending DUI school James costs attend DUI school, ten in
days
Richard
Skelly pled guilty DWLS
fined test
; $120.25. failed to due
use care; $32 court Daryl Leo Thornton charged with jail
County.$50 supervision one 50 hours community fined .
year; $86.'Arnold
Panny Scott Carmichael
pled no court costs. '
Kenneth to ten days Wayne In Howard jail for sentenced driving work, license suspended six Ray Evans, .1..: pled guilty contest DWLS; provided valid Russell Damon; Rowe pled guilty DUI Danny; fined Lynn, $362 Crawford, license pled suspended guilty
months
Attend DUI
school. DWLS provided valid.license.; $50 license, Costs dismissed.
while license suspended (DWLS), John Edward suspended expired tag provided proof of tag, six months 50 hours community
Griffls guilty
pled,,, .
court costs. Lucille Smith Edenfield
Howard pled guilty waive all costs dismissed. work, six
charged with expired Ug months Tri County Proba-
; DWLS; provided,valid license $50 Silar Jenkins.Jr. charged with no unlawful
costs
$50 court costs. 1 tag; suspended, John David Sumner pled guilty ex- tion. attend i Oyi school'
Dean court costs. valid driver 'license (NVDL); provided dismissed. pir.Yi( tag'; $50 court
Arthur Nenstiel .
pled no con Russell Addison Sparkman pled license dismissed. Lloyd SIPj.h'n (" ,' '*' costs.drat .niHy s.. ".fI. 11
test DWLS; provide proof of license guilty unlawful tag; provided proof Howard Len Jones pled no contest ---...
.and pay $50 or pay $101.25. of valid tag, costs suspended six unlawful tag $50 court costs. ;
Bruce Adrain Davis pled guilty months court probation. Jones pled;no contest DWLS; fined NOW OPENto Need Your Glasses Today
failure to use due care; dismissed. Maria Elf riede Secrest pled guilty
Davis pled guilty DWLS $50 court DUI $146.50, ten days in jail, suspended if Well have them for you
( ; ; fined $1,750, license suspendedfive fine paid within ten days. Order Early f
costs years, attend DUI school, seek
Darin
Lee
Patterson guilty BUY PECANSAt
Michael A..Newman pled guilty attaching counseling at BUGC. Careless ordered pled We Can Save
driving to $52
; pay Courteous
regular license plate to Secrest with DWLS Professional t
charged ;; case. court costs '
Dollar
nonassigned vehicle $50 court costs. dismissed. Top !
; You Money! Service
Patterson 'pled failure
to .
guilty
Gerald Sheldon Parish charged Joseph Edward j QualtfJ-.A
Thornton pled :)
report accident ana (laving scone of G Days A WeclciCall
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Hwy 41 N (Between MO & US Lake
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/ A. Addison nold Ray Evans, Sr. of Jacksonville; Mrs., Aubrey Moore of Starke'and. Henry* Thornton of Starke;;' his, great-grandchildren.. 'I Demory' e.\\('":,(\'.)"" ",,'\''Jjj',;,1,1
Charles of two sisters Shari Mobley of Starke Mrs.Julia Howard of Gainesville. brother Roy Silcox of Starke; his Memorial services were held Oct. 'In Remembrance Of : .,' ;,,1 :"''\" '," :'
,Gainesville Alfred Addison, ,25; and Wendy Rewis of Lake Butler;; Funeral services were held Oct. 24 sister, Catherine} Wilson of Starke;, 23 in First Presbyterian\ Church of Edna J.ThomasOctober ..t!::
died Saturday morning his maternal grandmother Mrs. at the Chapel of Archie Tanner, three -grandchildren: 4 ''step-' Starke with Rev. Jerry Patton officiating. "" '" \
1 from a fire that t ingulfed his home. Doris Roberts of Starke. Funeral Home with Rev. Lester great-grandchildren and ;several Interment was In Hillcrest 31; 1983 '
Born in Lake $ Uer, Mr..Addison Graveside funeral services were Austin officiating. Burial ,was' in nieces and nephews., of West Palm Beach Season after season have gracefully ,
lived most of his life in Gainesville.He held Tuesday in Crosby Lake Burke Memorial Gardens iq Funeral services were held Oct. 25 'under the direction of Jones Funeral passed by '
was employed)' with Santa Fe Cemetery with Rev. Ben Bryant of Waynesboro Ga.,, with Archie Tan In DeWitt C Jones Chapel with Rev, Home., Day after day theclouda travel'the ,
Electric. ficiating. Archie Tanner Funeral Funeral Home of Starke in' '
,ner Lorenzo Griffis conducting the ser sky. -
Survivors include Alfred and his father and Ad-' Home in Starke was in charge'of arrangements charge of arrangements. vices. Interment was in Dyal Mrs:Gladys Sutton it's been five years since you passed =:
stepmother, Betty
dison Cemetery under the direction of Mrs. Gladys Marie Sutton, 62, of away. '
of Gainesville his
mother,
; I Mrs. Louise RaulersonMrs Jones Funeral Home. Jacksonville, died Oct.' 23 in But previous memories of you are
Mary Alice Stagietary McAnally of William (Bill) Green
'with each
: Louise Raulerson 68, of Methodist Hospital of Jacksonville us day.
Tampa; a daughter, Danielle Leigh William (Bill) H. Green, 73 of Starke, died Sunday morning 'at Dr W.J. StoneDr. ,following an extended illness. You, are always In our hearts.
Addison of three brothers
Trenton ,
; Lawtey, died Oct. 25 at North ha. Dec. 24 in Starke Mrs. We love and miss you.*.
Christopher of Tampa, Patrick 'of Shands Teaching in Gainesville,. William John Stone, Sr. 88 ofStarke Born 1925 ,
Gainesville and Kenneth: of Tampa; Regional Hospital following an' ex- following an extended illness, died Oct. 21 at his residencefollowing Sutton moved to Jacksonville In ,Randy Cindy,Debbie&Tommy,
and his sister, Frances Addison of tended illness. Born. in Baker County, ,Mrs. a brief illness. 1983. She was a homemaker and a Candy,Mandy and MelissaIn
Ocala. Born In Lake City Mr.Green moved >Raulerson moved to Starke where Born Nov. 28, 1899 In Sheridan, Baptist.
Memorial services were held i to Lawtey at teh age of 16 wherehe she was employed by Vernon Crosby ;Pa., Dr.'Stone moved to Starke two Loving Memory
Tuesday in the Chapel of Archer has resided since. He was retired Chicken Farm in Starke.She was a years ago from Coral Springs Fl.He Survivors' include one'daughter, In loving memory of Elbert Erie,
from Union Correctional Institutionand ,Sheryl Haspel of Yulee a son, Thornton who October ,
i Funeral Home of Lake Butler with Protestant. was a retired Dentist, a member of ; passed away on -
was a member of Heilbronn Springs James R. Sutton of Jacksonville; 28, 1982. '
Rev. Steve tfaftkUl officiating. Survivors include two daughters, the Methodist Church, a Veteran of '
t Cremation followed. Burial will be j Baptist Church. Evelina Brown of Lake City and Net WWI in the U.S. Army a lifetime her mother, Beulah Howard of' His wife and children
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at a later date in the Sapp Cemetery' Survivors Include his wife MarthaM. tie Narsworthy of Orlando; a son, member of the Masons Parian Starke;' a sister Faye Hall of Elizabeth Ann Jimmy It,Ginger
at Raiford.Archer Funeral Home of Green; three daughters, Freda Leon Sweat of Ocala; ,16 'grandchildren Lodge 662, FA4M Masons In Penn-, Georgia Klmburtie; and two grand-daughters, "*
Crews of Gaffney, S.C. Estelle Mln- and 13 great-grandchildren. sylvania. Neal and Tammy Suttonof Card of Thanks (
Lake Butler is in charge of arrangements '
ton and Bonita Howard both of Graveside funeral services were Yulee. Thank you to our friends for the
Lawtey; and his son, Arthur Lewis held In Elszey Chapel in Wor- Survivors Include his son RobertE. Graveside funeral services were kindness you showed With cards,
John It.'Dayan. Sri Green of Albany Ga. thington Springs with Rev. Avery, Stone of Coral Springs; ''two held,In Dyal Cemetery on Oct. 26 food flowers and support during the
Funeral services will be' held Mlkell officiating. Archie 'Tanner daughters-in-law, Marilyn Stone of..' with Rev. Hiram ,Chambers of- illness and death of our belovedGeorge.
John H. Dayatv, Sr., 56, of Raiford Thursday Oct. 27 at the chapel of Funeral Home of Starke is in chargeof "Starke and Barbara A. Stone of Coral Relating Arrnagements were handled ,
died Monday near Jacksonville afteran Archie Tanner Funeral Home with arrangements.Mrs. Springs;t 8 grandchildren ,and 7 by Jones Funeral Home. 'Family of George Miller
apparent heart attack Dr. Bobby Crews and Rev. Willie B.
Born in Toledo, Ohio, Mr, Dayan Johnson officiating. Burial will be In Elma Riggs
moved to Florida in 1975. He was a Dyal Cemetery with Archie Tanner
correctional probation! officer _at Funeral Home of Starke in charge of' Mrs. Elma Thomas Riggs, 95'of '
Florida State Prison, a member of arrangements. Kingsley Lake died Oct. 24 at her '
the PresbyteHan Church and a residence following an extended il Put Suga Llk' 1M
'member of the Elks: Lodge and the Mrs. Edna Halllday' lness.

Florida Peace Officers Asan. Mrs. Edna E. Halllday,87, of Parkof Clay Born County In Bellmore'M... Riggs Community was school in 'Liquid'Protein, I

Survivors Include his wife, Joanna the Palms in Keystone Heights principal Penney Farms until her .. :
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( died Oct,22 in North Fla. Regional retirement. She member of '
Jody) Dayan two daughters, Mary was a Supplement with LTM' )
,Ellen Boggs Tallahassee and Jen< Medical Center in Gainesville the Beulah Baptist Church in Clay .
ny ,Dayan of Jacksonville; three following a lingering illness. County. ,,'
sons,John,'Jr..Michael: and Donald?: Born Nov. 2 1900 in Waterbury, Survivors Include five nieces Mrs. y in Your Feeders
all of LaMesft,' Calif,t two grand- Conn.. Mrs. Halliday moved to Mary Dot Miller of Kingsley Lake, '

daughters; and two sisters, Barbara Keystone. Fla.Heights She 1986 from retired Holly Mrs. Mary Virginia Peasley of Lake and Get More Out': "," ,<\ ,i, ':, 'i '..
Kaschak of Arizona and Mary EllenBriggs schoolteacher Hill. and member was a of Parkof Wales Mrs. Elma Lee Spurting of .' _" ... ; r';,,: : '.", ,,"': ':: 'f' .' ., ', .' ,
of Washington!! State. Alabama, Mrs. Claudine Bell of ,. ,,-, "I. ." .
the Palms Church. ,6." of Your Head '\" ; Ji ",
Fri- :
Funeral services will be held South Carolina and Mrs. Betty
Survivors include one cousin, Green L. .T : "::;" I '\' :\:''' ':.. \,' .'1: { ( ',,'; "
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day at 2 p.m.In tM Chapel of Archer Gummerson of Springs; .. .. ,, ,
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Esther Yates of Cape Coral, Fl. .iio.- 1-.1 \ ? :
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Funeral Home of Lake Butler with three nephews, Clayton Hickey of ,' ,, .' \, ,;\\1,': : t) t "
Rev. Max Jones officiating. Burial Funeral services were held Oct. 25 Keystone Heights, James W. and : "''""'I.'",'"".,', ,,'\" '"" )'"111'1: ,,,".'I,"''I' ," '"!'
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will follow in app Cemetery under In New Smyrna Beach Bible Chapel Milton T. Mickey,both of,Penney Counties'' ''' ; "" "
the direction of Archer' Funeral >with Mr.Ernest Woodhouse and Mr. Farms. ServingAlachua,. Bradford Union ,
Home of Lake Butler. The family Paul D. Martin officiating Inter- '
will receive friends: at the funeral 'ment was In Bellevue Memory'Gardens 'Funeral services were held Oct. 28
home .Thursda evening'<,from,;79pm. in Daytona Beach under in Beulah Baptist in Clay County
J' the 'direction' 'of ::Jones Funeral with Rev. Paul Estes officiating.' 'Contact ',
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,' Home, Burial was in the church cemetery, .
Arnold Ray Evans :rr with Archie Tanner Funeral Home ,f. .
Arnold/ Ray Evans: Jr., .21,' of Mrs. Naomi JohnsonMrs. ,'of Starke i in charge' of ar', '
Starke. died a* a result of an accident .' Naomi Johnson; 84, of !rangements. Roberts: Cash' FeedsSweeter
Friday, night South West\ of Starke, led Oct. 22 at her residence,
Francis C. Silcox' ,
,Gainesville.Born following an extended illness.
Born and raised In Providence, Francis Carlyle Silcox, 68, of' -
and raised\ in Jacksonville, Mrs. Johnson was the widow of Lawtey, died Oct. 22 at his residence Robert Worrell
,Mr. Evans moved to Starke 13 years 'James D. Johnson of 'Waynesboro, after a sudden illness. Profits : '
ago. He was employed' by Country Ga. 'They owned and operated a Born Oct 7,, 1920 in Brooker Mr.. ,.:..::..,
Carpet of Starke and was a Protes grocery store'' for 38'years before Silcox was a lifelong resident of Begin with ".4 mlJIl.II. ,
tank\ retiring and moving to Starke. She Lawtey. He was a sawmill and $uga-Ltk'I'M ,
Survivors; include his mother, was a member of the First Baptist pulpwood worker and a Ba tlst. 4 496-239O 462-2394
Mrs. Christine ,'"Chris". Roberts Church in Georgia. Survivors include his wife Liza
Rewis of Lake Butler; his father,Ar 'Survivors include two sisters;, ,Jane, Griffis Silcox;, his stepson,


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a test that senior: citizens can take to a moving traffic: violation 'and you' daytime. To find out about reduced .
reduce their' auto insurance rates, will have to retake and successfully rates offered'by your' insurance '
Would you please explain how, the complete the course at the end of company, contact your agent. WHAT KIND 'OF MAN
test can reduce my rates? each 3-year term. If you would like a free consumer
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you may be eligible for reduced count if you are mandated by the Auto Insurance Guide, LL-25 The SHERIFF DO YOU WANT FOR aNF
automobile insurance rates by suc- court to take the course as a result of Capitol Tallahassee, Fl 32399-0300.
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1-800-342-2762,
for senior drivers
by the Dept. of Highway Safety counts who are
and Motor.Vehicles. Effective
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Retired Persons (HARP). 'Another Highway: Patrol, a homicide: investigator or ,a
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Area Arrests

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in The,Bradford following' County arrests'wee by local made'' 'mains in custody.: Traffic ,ty. ,He was released on his own $$465.25 surety bond was posted. tag,''according to Patrolman Thrift. ,

{, ;:", '. j authorities, Betty'Delores Covington',34, was Tony Aaron Rose, 20, of Jackson- recognizance, Bond was set at $500. ,. ,
arrested Oct 18 ville was arrested Oct. 23 for driving David Paul Laplatte., .23. of
: on an order recall-.
BenjaminClarkt JrVto'of: Lawtey ;.ing ROR bond, according to Deputy, under influence' (DUD) wilful- Howard Wayne for Haddock, 28, 'was Oakland Park was arrested Oct. 23 Vertlnce Green, '28, of Alachua
arrested Oct. 22: OWLS
arrested Oct.;23: on an order of .Barry King, She was charged with wanton reckless driving and open Patrolman Gordon DUI, according for DUI. according to Lt, K, R, ,was arrested Oct. 25 for DWLS, Im-
arrest from Bradford County,according failure to appear for petit theft, bond container law, according to total, to Smith Hinds., Jr. Laplatte, who was stopped proper tag, according to Patrolman
to Investigator David Aderholt, ,was set at $500, she was again King Bond was set at $700 he Haddock was bond'released after !la for reckless driving, had a blood Smith, Bond was set at. $215.29, he
Clark was released ,to start paying ,.released on her own recognizance\, 'was released on his own $1,215.25 surety was posted alcohol content of .14 percent, said was released on his own
,' arrears for child, support recognizance Hinds. He was released after a $500 recognizance '
1 t ,' ., Clifford Coley, Jr. 28,.of Lawteywas Bobby Eugene Willingham, 20, of surety bond;! was posted.
;,:; ,. '\ Ronald Lloyd arrested Oct. 22 for driving Starke was arrested Oct. 23 for Vernon Todd, 40, of Bradford
of
: ByerSI", Starke Blaine Charles Martin, 37,was license for County was arrested Oct. 24 for DUI,
was arrested disorderly rested Oct. ar- while license suspended (pWLS), DWLS. no motorcycleaccording Gregroy Thomas' Green, 32, of
24 tot Gerald according to Lt.
Patrolman Winston'
" disorderly con- to Barber.
intoxication to Patrolman Clay County was arrested Oct.21 forunl'r'ii
resisting''an according Danny
.: ,without violence, according officer to' .Rhoden.duct, according'Bond Deputy set at Harvey Thrift. Bond was !set at $120.25. tie"' Hayes. H<* was released" iiftcr 1 \ 4 > transfer, of tag;, .t'xpired 'ro Bond' on was his own set at recognizance.$700, he was releas'
was $500, he
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Patrolman Gordon Smith. Bond was was released was also charged on a capias with -
; set ,at $500, cash- or surety he re- .recognizance. on his own failure to appear, grand theft auto
? with bond set at $1,000 cash or sure-
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wanted on 'traffic .
; charges from Patrolman Danny Thrift Madison
Cummingswas on a County warrant for
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I Madison County also charged with (in of driving while license
possess suspended.
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;;,1 jf, ':,1"" 2' ; ", for no valid driver's license when he :crack on the neat,,of Jhe,vehicle.. totalling $1,860 to gain his release:
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.;, '' A lighting arrester blew Monday circuit for south 'US-301: was all that money'' from TUIie during the '28'
.,:,'1, '. ; evening causing lights. out, in south 'was effected in the 6:25: p.m. outage. minutes of power'loss.The Four Versatile Gun CabinetsFor
'> Which was enough if you were trying cause has notbeen determined
The Serious
:'if': to Bill Weldon, Supervisor to cook or eat at the restaurants,fast but the protective relay look over Sportsman.
': l ':', ';, of Electric Services the; feeder food, businesses': pump !gas or get and locked the circuit dOWIf, '

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:,I'";,,, ',;,?,i 'Crawford charged with violation suing ''worthless check; make Judith'Taylor Rivera pled guilty -._...---...-
;" t' /" ,.', / of restriction on driver license and restitution, waive costs. retail theft; Tri, County Probationsix ----------
"' refusing to accept and sign sum Joe Edward Bishop charged with months. 20( hours ,community ,_..r w.uwlwaq.wlI '
mons, dismissed. trespass of structure after warning; I
; ; work $50 court costs, stay away
'I dismissed. from victim. ONLY34995Reg.
:;' Misdemeanor Court Otis William Waldron pled guilty Tommy Brown '''charged: with1! .
,' disorderly Intoxication; $50 ,court loitering and prowling; 'dismissed. 449. 1EIGHYGUN
Joseph Brian Stafford '
pled guilty
costs (within 60 days),.six months
Walter Wayne Rhoden
'charged
of alcohol :
'possession by a minor; court
probation. .
'1\;,,: ,.1' dismissed. Olan Stafford Waldron with battery; dismissed. /
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pled guilty' James Wilson Marchant pled suit-
,<, ," Alvin Gibbs pled no contest Im
!I :".,<,,1\\ i"< :'. 'proper exhibition .firearm) all'' disorderly intoxication; $50 court ty petit theft; 20 days in Jail, credit
costs (within 60 days) six months
for time
served.
WI''f': : :' ,< costs'' :and fine waived, one year court
:. :"" ::\ ,;court probation no, firearms in probation. Betty:' Owens Saxol\ found guilty CABINET
'IIY'\'j, ( ',,,j'' Michael West pled guilty' possession retail theft; 20 hours community o..aee., ...w..ewMSO..Od.
; ;;; :: possession. of paraphernalia fined a ....w,,-,-.-....
.,; \ /r.i';:: : Donald L. Walker pled guilty Issu- six ; $120.251' work i d.s-, .s--
,Wii'+ "It'lt'.i ',')' 'Ing' worthless check ($23 BUGC'months for drug court probation, attend Wayne Rhoden pled no contest .M.-.-------...
I' therapy weekly.
: Handyway\ ); make restitution'and petit theft six months'court probaAtion C, -----
Joyce Tetstone pled no, contest fined $101.25. -----w
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pay ATVM.UU .
harrassing phone calls; six months criminal'mischief ,
: Rhoden pled no contest iii
Walker pled guilty Issuing Wor j court probation, no contact with 95, J
yic- fined $199, six 95 4'49
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'j thless., check ($18 to, Handyway;, tim waive all costs. Rlg; : ,PNLY
I 'make restitution, suspend costs. court probation, violate ,no laws,, \
,:: Sheldon I. Safer charged with issu- '
stay away from victim. ,
Walker pled guilty issuing.wor.
ing worthless check '
dismissed.
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Lee Franklin pled'guilty"petit
thless check ($23 ) make
Handyway ; ,
Richard A. Bullis pled no contest theft; 20 days in jail, credit for t
restitution, court costs '
suspended.
'Johnnie Stubble Martin pled no 'retail theft; $50 court costs.' | 20 days served, still has fine,to pay. Q ATHENS: FURNITURE'' .'.
Garrett Bernard. Pettewa r"pledguilty
,on Tri County Probation, '
contest possession of paraphernalia;; 'criminal mischief battery,' Frank contest'' SIX.QUN'CABINET
Pendarvis pled no
one year probation,attend BUGC for: makel restitution ,' ... ...
$200 Tri County (
battery; $50 court costs, six months ---
if fails .
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drug testing weekly "drug
Probation "six \months -$75: court h.ro..e. Ywh s.
court probation, Stay from vicetim. ,
testing sentenced to one in jail. away, ; U1 -----
year costs, violate no laws. I" .... .
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.: ''Martin pled guilty traffic' charge Raymond Royce Edwards pled no, Pendarvis pled no contest reckless -.bMMyl TNt tovvtp o*-e btol hotd -...--
.' ;. I 'DWLS; one .year',probation,; costs contest retail theft; six momnths display of weapon i six months court ,your.QUTW Mftfy iMHnd NnkKUno.giu.. aoon.t \
,, 'waived. ( N5.--- -- $
\y "..t "i..:; '- Mimi O. McClendon pled guilty Is*<' tim.court probation, stay away,from- vie- probation fined 10125. t*ICf ng mMiM fftW you*bMt'buyt ONLY 24995 ,

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Land Sales :From pane 4B FREE DELIVERY 10"rA7a"C.wDoB.wra: ,60 Days' Same as

,..+Gilbert Yand Reba Raye NU l-earv. Bruce C.and Pamela' J. Mattox'the' Glendale Street, $72,300 ---1 U 'L_ 1M SINCE 1923 Cash'
: to Bruce B. and Patricia L, Mains, EM of lot 10 & W',, of lot 11, hlix* U Terry Rale and Linda 'Ifollowuy lv ',c." "i ,' DENMARKn Credit,:Term! Availabla'NEW
......, f! the NE'i' of NEV4: ; section 23, T6S, .Crosby Lake Shores $40,000: Richard, and Cornelia H Tui'Mwin,.,. .. ,{; HCL.IRS'a l'
R22K $75,000.Charles Rufus and Naomi Riley to Kit-d{. $6.lNII1 parcel;' ( in section 27. :liS', !Ii1Yh: :!(," "rJf" s o+ *.'FU i F=t'N'TU I R'E STORE

'I Edward'Leach to James .and Patricia. McElroy I ucrt? IIIM-C-!: 100'' 434 W. Call(St./441 W. 8 ,..' 5:30MondayFriday:
Donald Harris, lot section :23 T6S tion 32.1'6S. R22E $15.XX() ) Hwy
R22E, $3,500. J> :- I Marl E. Lawson to J. R. amlllilila I Vote Etheridge If Madison St.. Starke;FL
Raymond and Clarisse Workman C. lots 3 & 4, block :27, llvvA\\ D.n r Across from Wlnr-0lxle| Marketplace 8 1

;.to Manuel and Melinda Hilliard?: lot ingston, Truby and (:0, uddiliufv 'to'1 ,Sheriff ,. Nov. 8 i l 964-5824.964-6827 SaturdayBRYAN'S

,i i. in section 36,,TSS, R2lB,;$16,900.! ) Starke, $14,000.Howard ," :d&>ol_ ---_. .. -. ,
, 'Opal King to Mark A, and (XbraT. C. and Emma l{ 'ml: i t<< I
Hodges lot 6, block 'A, I..ake'Hampton Winston Wayne and JUillllta" Jean A

$5,500.Fleet Oaks. section' 25, T7S.R21E Parrlsh,7.2U R20E, $27,000 acres, in section'I 17' 'I7S' ]Bareroot ,Plants -' ,25 pk. ; ,

Finance and Morlguagc Elton and Linda 'A. WiV J, ni l M A.

c.::' :, ,. Inc to Evan 'Hodges, Jr.,' lot 5*, and Lucille. L, rayne,,lot 00 Weldon' oAiCE Pansies, Calendullas, Strawberries,
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,',' \,, Lake Hampton Oaks, section ,,25. .Street $30 .
L. J.andA. R. Kite to Gary R.,and
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Massachusetts has declined by twice the obtained legislation'requiring the state
national average. Cocaine and crack to reduce emissions of sulfur dioxide
use has fallen by five times the national and nitrogen oxides In the absence of -- -- .r 4------ -1
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offenders were sent to prison In 1987 as President he would act to curb acid rain
ttl 1983.,As president Dukakis will cut even without the passage of a new Clean
DEMOCRATS GAVE US foreign'aid to governments that traffic Air Act by Issuing an Interstate finding GAVE US,
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MEDICARE/MEDICAIDi;; J )(;,,:\; responsible citizens to own firearms to no'concrete action. 100 RESIGNED OR
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CCC YOUTH JOBS. ,1,r',: hunting and target,shooting.As HOUSING PROJECTS
'-TVA"FOR POWER .' ,," ,-: ''Governor of Massachusetts he has acted, Mike Dukakis favors,major weaponsto CUTS IN SCHOOL. LUNCH'
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'PROTECTION 'average. Crime In Massachusetts has on the,D-5 missile He supports a strong, ,/ RAIN
t.;? dropped 14 percent during,the past four and survivable nuclear triad of land .',TRILLION' $$$$$$$$.$
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on the local scene, but 'also in both plus tax
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Series and
State Series.. Georgia when he qualified with the second T-12O' or
best time, giving him pole outside "
Both boys began their racing' position for this Ocala race '699.00
careers in the junior classes, then |6 Hour, Tapes '
To qualify for position in the race, .
progressed to the senior classes the driver must take two laps by Cash &, TaxBy
"when they turned 15 years old himself around the racetrack with ,
Nineteen-year-old Russ set the electronic timer Gilbratar
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Blountstown Speedway track recordon times down to thousandths of a second -
May 14,capturing pole position at The best times of each driver, 'I' "
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are recorded and positions granted
11.97 seconds still stands today the Is''", 3 .9'9
according to fastest times It : No Money
This past weekend the final race of usually difficult for the driver to ,
the year for the Florida State Series (
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was held at Ocala Speedway. Russ Down
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the had State to finish Series.hlgbln' the,points, to win run and he was really ready to. 'ML99 ,5 :29.40
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day began dismally
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Russ qualified in third position, then
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the end of the Russ State Championship in the Limited
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. Sen. Graham To Speak at' UF r FR N Col. Callaway Honored for Work in Guard: \,

ed maintenance readiness office enabled him to quickly apply
training
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Col. Charles B. Callaway of
U.S, will will .
Uraham become
Senator he "lorlda'sJK'I1lor'lIt'nator.
BOO 1989 and management the newly added manpower'
goals.
Keystone Heights has been honored
d.hver'the keynote address at the Graham, received a for his work assistant director of The award citation 'also noted resources received for maintenance
Alpha Zeta breakfast during I JI..dlt'lor. of Science m BusinvMi Administration as I
1rv maintenance and 'director of "The complete understand of the supervision to materially Improve
homecoming weekend at the UDIVIT from the University of maintenance of the Honda National need for a more thorough ,supervisory the la tin of surface maintenance
SOY of Florida: in l late (ld"t..rThe Florida He holds a law degree from Guard. role for the tsltp) mtunloinrnRev. throughout the state"

breakfast will be held at 8 Harvard The Fla University Chapter of Alpha Zeta the Callaway, who presently serves'Iri
latter received the
a m, on Saturday, Oct. 29 in the was formed in 1922 The breakfast position
ballroom of, the J. Wayne ReiU has been an annual homecomingevent cond Florida highest Distinguished award Medal the ,Florida the so ..Preston Ponce Named AGH Chaplain

Union on campus. Alpha Zeta Is the since 1963 Guard can give, from Maj, ---. national honorary fraternity for -- Robert F. Ersslin, Jr, adjutant chaplain of Alachua General of science degree., Rev.
Sliiu ulS 111 agriculture I The public Is ---" *- .
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"Ttarpttal-and'North 6enH' -K4oridaHospice once-arnedhiamasterof divinity _
Invited
to attend. Tickets are $6 50 I
Theological
from Nazarene
and mav he e'irt i 'f a-wd /fit, the door < The colonel was lauded for his! Rev Ponce will extend pastoralcare Seminary In Kansas City, Mo. Rev.
"professional management and well to AGH patients upon request Ponce MS earned units in J clinical: '
Graham, former two-term governor ....- ';" -r planned implementation of the and to hospice patients ail referredby pastoral education at Baptist
of Florida was elected to the growing surface management directorate" staff.; Medical Center of Jacksonville.
It s 'estimated that sharks hospice
Senate in 1986. With the retirementof
which has
'greatly enhance
of Trevecca JNazarene
U.S. Senator Lawton Chiles 'in attack men ten times more r- A graduate
Khan they do women. Col.C'harlt'sl'allaway

FPL Winter Electric ,

IN OUR DAIRYDEPARTMENT IIIs Charges to Drop .. ,

Beginning Oct. 1, bills from ,.
Florida Power & Light Companywill
reflect a decrease of nearly 7
percent over summer electric
) i >i >i : charges. '
FPL residential bills for 1,000)
kilowatt-hours will total 174,90-$5.30
I tl below this summer's electric prices
and the lowest bills In the
among last:
WE CRY OVER W'-' **!?* ,HOLES II : I BRAND five years.The lower charges for the i I i
i. .A.tir.-w i I utility'2.9 million customers will be
TRIMMED ; PORK effective through Mar 31, 1989.
'ssE The reduced charges reflect the '
G impact of slightly' lower fuel ,oil :
SPILLED MILK. 9-12 LB., AVG. ; IOULDERiKED prices and the benefits of,FPL's
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ability to use a variety of economical
fuels.' FPL's fuel mix includes
SIRLOINTIPS nuclear power, natural gas oil, coal
PICK UP ONE and utilities.power, purchased from other,

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Weekend workshops on traditional .,, ,
fiddle and folk dance will be offered '
at the Stephen Foster State Folk {
.' I ''t.a' frM Culture Center this fall. They will include ,t.. ', 'l, 1
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fiddle instruction in old-time. '
'.J::.. : .. ,_, W****.'.., w western swing,and bluegrass st>les,
: 1iI-: ,.d as well as dance sessions on ;Texas ,
m two-step, Cajun two-step, and,
:, ., '. "1"" various waltz styles. .
T :-:" T."ff''r Scheduled for Saturday and Suns,

": ; I '' day\ Nov.,'19-20hthe workshops aredesigned
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understand and enjoy popular forms
"\, 'of traditional art through ''hands-on'

tJ 'L t experience.Musicians, and dancers' of 'all!"
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'b,tfcn, < __ LB. LB learn from experienced master artists "
who perform folk music and

,sell.: ::;' alas ftI: US! dance styles. in Leading a variety workshops,of traditional will be

c : Gft...,.. W-0 BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF BONELESS SIRLOIN HICKORY SWEETBONELESS fiddlers George Custer or Salt Spr-
,I, ,... ..... ings, Willie Jones of Old Town
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Bart Ruark and Marietta Massey of.
working hard to make sure, Gainesville.:

you'll. always find sparkling T Winn-Dixie- On Saturday evening, Nov. 19, the
well-stocked departments ,, ,,W, T ? Saturday Night Dance Band ,of
1 V t Gainesville will perform at a dance
and friendly people ready to ,
Butwe'd like to know .' ,.. and musical get-together for those .
help. SirM1
attending the workshops., addition ,
what you think So the !'ledtlme'you're'shopplng. '
"" are the workshop will coincide with
pickup Rural Folklife Days, Nov. 14-19,
'one of out report cards :w which are held annually at the
''and give us a'score. 'You'II a,. ,[n,rt'" "" Stephen Foster State Folk Culture
wryr
Center During breaks on Saturday,
find department
our '
participants will! have the opportunity )
isnt the only one that'sGrade to watch demonstrations in cane

A EVERYDAY LOW, LOW ,making.grinding, syrup,;lye soap and quilt-

There will be registration fee of

YOtfaGOlMGroWTHEDIIJ' t KI. PRICES WINN-DIXIE GIVES YOU THE $55 limited for and the availability workshops.will-Space be on is a,' ','

LOWEST FOOD BILL POSSIBLE first-come, first-serve basis. '
Regional home-cooked catered
PRICES. GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE'LOCATlON: meals (2 lunches and 1 dinner) will
STARKE be available for' an optional 'additional '
HS WALNUT 8T.-BRADFORD SQUARE HOPPING: CENTER! +DELI PHONE: H4-,." cost of $15., ,

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Mole Cricket Foe ,;' '


I Introduced A red-eyed Brazilian, fly that' I Is
wos
KELLOGG'S JOAN OF ARC : a ofnprtiway believed to be a new enemy ot mole
ii? t crickets has been released Into tin

FROOT PORK AND Alachua Institute County of Food test and pasture,Agricultural. by UI"'If' '

fir LOOPS BEANS Sciences (IFAS). ."

About 500 of the flies were reJt'ah:
ed In April and June by University of .
Florida scientists. ,', ,
'
"We were a little worried until we' ,
finally found several pregnant flics
In our traps in late August.'' says entomologist '
1 1I Tom Walkers "Now'It
looks like we've established u new
enemy of the mole cricket/'

15-02 Mole Cricket munching and burn
I i
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I r; rowing does I at least $46 million
BOX worth of damage each year to golf
courses commercial turf operations'
pastures, vegetable fields and
lawns. Coordinator Howard Frank
WHEN YOU HAVE MORE, I says the goal of the IFAS project I is .
ALL VARIETIES __ REGULAR. LIGHT ot' ALL VARIETIES THAN GROCERIES ON YOUR LIST' similar to most biological control ef
COCA GENUINE DRAFT forts. "We're working toward reducing
r COORS .CHEK REGULAR the mole cricket population to a
COLA DRINKS CLOSE-UP. point where it,is no longer damaging
."

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The Brazilian fly; with its distinct.
2-LTR, 990 { ;4b9 r 1t 1+ red eyes, Is about the size of a house
BTLVANU.IA 2-LTR2.1 $1"3' fly. Females come to the male molecricket's
: S.ot-oz_ mating call and lay living
CHOCOLATE BANANA Of .i.. TUBE larvae on or near the male mole
BUTTERSCOTCH: LIGHT IN RED cricket. These larvae then burrow

) DEL MONTE ALL VARIETIESSEAGRAM'S THRIFTY MAID Q100 0-TIP COTTON into the from male'the.or killed its mates host about and
9ge 99c emerge
SNAK PUDDING .' KIDNEY, BEANS O ups I SWABS. . ", I r ,ten days later. ,

WINE COOLERS ALL VARIETIES 'Soc Off LABEL '
TROPICAL RAGU More fly pupae are scheduled for
SPAGHETTI SIGNAL 184PAk
HI 99C Ue&' $16, $2 release this fall in Bradenton at the
GRAPE JELLY '. .. SAUCE .", JAI MOUTHWASH '.' t, IFAS Gulf Coast Research and
329 MEDIUM Education Center.The mole cricket
THRIFTY MAiD '12-oz. KUDDLES S149 SECRET ROLL-ON I population has been monitored in
,
2 Lg' Bradenton for years so the situation
..: $100 $115
TOMATO SAUCE G S ULTRA DIAPERS :.. DEODORANT >. 'SfALL seems ideal for evaluating the effects
of the fly's marauding on mole,
ALL VARIETIES cricket populations. "
ASTOR AUTOMATIC DRIP CHUNK WHITEBUMBLE JHIRM"-K Though the project is still In the
RC
SUPER'BLEND BEE SHAMPOO or evaluation stage, the researchershave -
COLA good reason to believe the red-
COFFEE TUNA ,. ,CONDITIONER eyed Brazilian fly will help control
>YBUM'.LFBEEt; mole crickets. ,:
"We'have to measure changes! in.
$189 a90 ., $119$2" 7 mole cricket populations over
13-ox. 2-lTR" .....: several years to quantify the
SIZE BTL", CAN, ,effects,"says Frank.

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October 21,1911II'' T>.F ,,''au I'll"."','.1'U"oI.'...... ,V.'U1I\IiTIIII..6.IoI..II.1OI! ..n._..."",
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. 1 Walt Westcott Participates in ""
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: National AJri- Science Conference .. .
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,: ; Have' wondered how 1 t
: you ever states gathered In Florida to learn i -
. :'" I' technology is transferred from the more about the technology available ....... ; .
' j 1.' ,' :. research lab to practical application as well as to plan ways. to ;;; i" ,," National.Agrlsclence: Conference Held...
- '. ? For instance, you've probably disseminate the information U\tUlf\ More than 210 agricultural educator representing 41 state gathered In''
. './. :. heard that scientists at The Land In Walter E. Westcott an Instructorat .s p.g\\ J1 Orlando to learn more about aurlNclencc and new technologies and to
,
.: \' EPCOT Center can clone plants by Bradford-Union Vo Technical sc.\e..... _.........,, discuss ways to teach the new Information.
./"' ::''/i'. '.' ,the millions. But how do America's Center in Starke, participated in this .,.... ...... Seated left to right are Walt WcNUott: (Instructor of B-t Vo-Tech In
. :.:''.' \ farmers Infuse that technology Into conference. Starke) and Susan "Forte Instructor gulf Hreexe, Fl.
. 'I :". their operations? 210 participants from 41 stales Standing left to right are John Denmark dilate supervisor from'
I, i'. _That and many other questions visited The Land at EPCOT Center TallahaMee),. Tom McCall teacher-educator from Gainesville),"I arry
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, wereaddrei8 by Those responsible"for and'7earned more-front 'The" Case program specialist, agricultural education, U.S.: l>ept.of Education
. teaching new technology la agricultural research taking place \\\\.i..iii' '-hi-WTuhiiifliii.1:! .. r....U. H'. itiii, wniiinn Iprntffiiinr and h d at
agriculture at the National Con- there. Similar conference tours took agricultural education In lowu Slate University' Ames Iowa. _
ference on Agrlsclence and Emerging the group to Kennedy Space Center,
Occupations and Technologies,, area citrus and ,aquaculture
'which was held Oct, 11-16 in Orlando research operations, and behind.trie-
Teachers, state staff members scenes operations at Walt Disney
and; university professors from 41 World. ---

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_Direct Deposit: I
I ;' .' Bring Your Checkbook

For many yean'Social I Security
," USDA' assumed that a beneficiary would
\ "/ receive benefits by check throughthe
mail.From now on,If you are ap
: ( NSPECTED '. plying for benefits, Social Securitywill
., assume that you want to have
>:>'.. ';. ,' ",) -11 LB. PKG. your bank benefits account.paid directly Into your"'

/. \ i This step is. a result of
,technological improvements which
FRYERLEG make the electronic: transfer of
i-- : )h funds a'' great deal more efficient
'
; : i
HICKORY SWEET HARVEST FRESH than the paperwork involved in the
old method. As, a result, the
'_#7- : Treasury Dept.: no longer require
that beneficiaries complete an
SLICEDRACON WESTERNQUARTERS authorization form at their financial
Institution for direct deposit, Now
during the Initial claims interview,
the Social Security representativecan
PRICES GOOD Input their request for direct
THURS.WED.OCT. LETTUCE deposit directly Into the' computerand
27-NOV. 2, start the direct deposit process'
QUANTITY RIGHTS along with the processing of their

1 RESERVED....,, claim.
-
<... -- Direct deposit has been around
\ \ since 1975. Today more than 48 per
cent of Social Security beneficiarieshave
the service. Most people chose'It
as a matter of convenience It
eliminates waiting at the mailbox
for the check to come, waiting In line,
to cash a check, and the risk of loss
or theft:of the check. The conve
g8 nience' is especially important to
3O I disabled and elderly'.beneficiaries,
whose mobility may be limited: Butit
has also become the choice of people -
who appreciate the convenience
of not worrying about their check
.when they are away from home.
I Direct deposit is a more' cos>U
.., 'effective. method for. the govern
LB.,. LB. HEAD ment. It eliminates ,the cost of
storage;' handling or.postage for
checks. The Treasury Dept, spends
only 4 cents to Issue, direct deposit
USDA INSPECTED 9.11 LB. PKQ. HICKORY HOUSE HARVEST FRESH benefit,and about 29 cents to issue/ a

:. FRYER DRUMSTICKS LB.78C. SLICED BACON 1e 98 BELL PEPPER 5 FOR shoo check.People who are already receivingtheir '
benefits by check can arrangefor
direct deposit simply by calling:
the' nearest Social Security'orlice t.
LEAN CHOPPED ,$ W-D with their checking account or savings -'

> i..i: ; SIRLOIN.'u: $197 'SPARERIBS .: :.: .., La J5747 CORN .DOGS ,I" 'i. RED HARVEST DELICIOUS FRESH can account arrange number to have Social their Security checks

: : >}:, $169. routed directly to their accounts t
;;AfYit; \:: ;"r' ',' LEAN 'GROUND $197 BOSTON BUTT $1.| ., W-D $ ; APPLES

ii!<: ) ROUND ', Ll PORK STEAKS La CHOPPED HAM ti $ 28

, !'I\i\:7\,\:;::\: VV-D BRAND $0199'PORK', MADISON s" 4.LB ] Credit For SeniorsWhen

J'. :'';: :- BEEF PATTIES J-u RIBLETS, . I'ate$980' CHICKEN BRAND'69c SAa' you apply for a credit cardor
: ,,,' .,.;; ; rue a loan, the lender uses many different *
.
wo criteria to, determine your

';;>':' :,; ;::: W-D BRAND BONELESS U.S. CHOICE BOSTON BUTT $|27 REGULAR BOLOGNI.99c RUSKIN CELLO C "credit-worthiness"-both willing and able make to repay sureyou're .

':,,;'t1''\\I..Ii.i'., .. SIRLOINTIP PORK ROAST '., u OR SPINACH .. ..*.......I ,lAG'" 9948e the debt 'Questions about income,
', .'. debts and reliability are
: \, :: :.'. 'j HOT or MILD expenses
":,"'"'' ''',;!11) STEAK USDA INSPECTED ROCKING M HARVEST FRESH fair game; most questions about age
38CQ99 m $289 are not ,
, T ; 'TURKEY WINGS. .,.' L., SMOKED SAUSAGE MIL RED ONIONS 0 isF The law Is very specific: about how.
$ 27 a person's age may be used in credit
ALL VARIETIES
decisions.. The Equal Credit Opportunity -
U I CHOKfj MADISON BRAND $ W-D BRAND' 39c HARVEST FRESH Act' prohibits .credit

LB. CORN DOGS r. .' iec 'CHIPPED MEATS. .? ",} L. ,SV/EET"POTATOES ., 'LI 29e discrimination on the basis'of age;,
,
sex, marital status,rce, religion national -
origin a ad other factors, This.
'; law benefits many consumers, including
,
.
jllf: BAIE'\ the elderly by' protecting
t. D-( 1'/ them.against unfair1. or. arbitrary'.
credit ratings.
'SMOKED NICE A SLOW.
Equal' Credit
E As with any law, the
READY TO GO" WHOLE .
+ t a e Q
certain
Opportunity Act contains
( BARBECUECHICKENS qualifying clauses. 'Age can have
Z,1- economic implications which direct
ty affect credit-worthiness ,a
; ,creditor can ask when you plan to
: : p4" retire or how long your income will
2S5 continue. He then may use that Information -
to determine what type\ of
loan best fits your financial situa
tion.However the law says your age
..,.,,.... QUARTER SHEET Of MIN' DOUBLE LAYER may not be the basis for an arbitrary.
TJ HALLOWEEN $ 99 .decision to deny or decrease,credit if

CAKES ., O you otherwise qualify i
r 'o r : r, EACH In addition creditors can't:.
Refuse to consider your retirement
HALLOWEEN MESSAGE. $'99 Income In rating your credit application
; .
COOKIES
,0' '.':," SIZE Require you to reapply change the
terms of your account, or close your
I HALLOWEEN $189 account'just because you reach a
6 I certain age or retire; or
CUPCAKES. ,
.0 .Deny you credit or close an account
FLEISCHMANffS QUARTERS REGULAR or SLIM SELECTS because credit life Insurance or
: .
CORN OILMARGARINE 99. ':""" l BUDGET GOURMET HERRLICH BAKED' $O39 other credit-related insurance is not

THRIFTY MAID . .HI rut ; ;{\ ENTREES HONEY CURED HAM L, ,O available|f you'to feel persons that your you've age been

I CATSUP ., e" SINGLE LAYERS discriminated against in applying
t 'GHORNMOONI $149 ; 2 I $3 'HALLOWEENCAKES for credit you should first complain
CHEESE I 16et' *s directly to the creditor and ask for a
,89 full explanation of the denial. If the
', THRIFTV MAID 1 t problem persiste,you can then lodgea
( 'Er TI. '' I SUPERBRAND SHOESTRPOTATOES O ? $"100ab formal complaint with a number of

NOTS 3"1IG.4 ". 89c . r.& I $ regulatory agencies (the agency
i 'BUTTER-ME- '.. SUE 299 If
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HERSHEYPRICED CHOCOLATE CHOC 0.CHARM GORTON'S $'99 EACH In Florida discriminates against
tr '" 99C' 99C PERCH FILLET .tom .. you, call the toll-free hotline for the
'SI' SYRUP .' '.. .. ,0> S f. DRINK. 0..0. CM 'KG State of Florida Comptroller's OfficeIn

Tallabauee.l.a00-848-3792.
As a last means of recourse, you
PHARMACY I I F1SHERMANSWHARE have the right to take legal action
i against the creditor. It's Importantto
.
"' remember that legal action can
$5
=
NPH-V-100 INSULIN I DELTA PRIDE sometimes be avoided by following
; -.14.9 CATFISHFILLETS the first two steps of the complaint
BO
INSULIN '0 .0. '. process.Remember..
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LIQUID ANTACID'. 0 :: $271 wE; t can't be determined solely by age:
$ Creditors must use all the facts and
CORRECTOL TABLETS n = $3' Color Prints 399 apply the usual standard of creditworthiness situa
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