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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Th.Socl.IS..n.. . . ......,, .,-,
A. through the area Tuesday forenoon, bringing Public Notice.. . . ..... . .s.9:4: if"0'
cool dry air and temperatures into the low 40 s Wednesday morn Sport. . , ; . . ..1211.Ing. .
Cla.ilfUd Adi. . . I3-15A
A high pressure area over the southern Appalachian Mountains Mlddl. School . ., .,. ; UA ,
will keep the beautiful sunny skies and cool temperatures through
today (Thursday, Nov. 3), but a warming southwestern flow of air SECTION Bi II ....:. BC rand

cloudy skies over the lower Mississippi Valley, moving 100'770 000 p xJLpfcORlDO -.----
, eastward, may bring warm air and possible showers Saturday and< Hal : l.t B RA '( .----..-..- .--.-- ., --- _,
:::3ulld a)'. Cooler-air Is-expected again by late Sunday from rstermH.QUNCt, H ,-'l'-'

system now over the southern Rockies. FUH tJN2 VERSx 1"" Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heavensunset
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The moon entered its last quarter Nov |, Sunrise today is at 6:43: ; N... FL 3Ze.1 .'
l is 5:37.: Length of day ID..toh. 54m. Ar.. V +l.l.E fear STAItK..UIUIM. 23 Cents Copy' ; --'
OgYNES Ifilh Issue Thursday! November :It, 19HH USPS062-700





Wartli '9pting r Heavy



;.' Gator Quarterback...
sy County
Starke Gator Quarterback Club' ti' -. ./ ,
will meet at the Starke Golf and

,: Country Club, Thursday, Nov. 3:
,j Social hour begins at 6:30: p.m.,, Voting
with covered dish supper at 7p.m. = ar
. Speaker will be Bo Baer, Administrative -
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V.. Assistant, UF Athletic' .x w
. Department. -
tarts Expected
Band Boosters... rw Lw i -

... BHS Band Boosters will meet'
, Thursday Nov. 3, at 7:30: p.m., at by Buster Kahn
r' BHS Bandroom. parents of ... .ii tr e ..r + BCT Staff Writer .
band T Elections Supervisor Neva Flynn!
I; members. please attend.
( expects 80 percent of Bradford Coun-
Barbecue ,Chicken... : ty's 8,675 registered voters 10' to to
the polls next Tuesday. Nov. 8, and
Wilbur Waters County Commissioner cast ballots for candidates of their
; District 5, will host a choice.

- chicken barbecue at Brooker from Possibly the dominant race in the
6 to 8 pm.,Saturday,'Nov; 5. The, county this year pits Republican
is
public invited. Bobby Milner against Democrat
"' Kenneth Etheridge for the sheriff's
f, Peanut Boiling... office. Sheriff Dolph Reddish who
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::: Ben Holtzendorf, candidate for served for.16 years, was eliminatedin
',;*, "' '. county commissioner will sponsor a ," the second primary, leaving the
tit;,':': '' peanut boiling at his farm on Ed- race -wide open for the two can
b'I'?' \<. i wards Road, Saturday November didates neither of,whom is the in
,r'" 5, between 4:30: and 7 p'.mt' _A Trophy for Giants.,.?. ,.cumbent. -

Everyone i is invited.Unemployed. Spirit of Bradford'Marching Band officers! with award the Northeast Marching Band Festival at Forrest High in Jackson.. Second row Paul Colemun. Dee Dee Cox, Kunny Clark., Mickl Becker,. a two-party race for 'the office of
The big trophy la taller than some band members., 'Karen Hodges. Kim Johnson,, Lori Starling, Kim I.e v ,county ,commissioner,, Incumbent
..,? The officers are llek Karen Black John Iupc'r/l'th..n/ Democrat Wilbur Waters is ..,

( Unemployed persons meeting First row-iJennifezr, Dodge: Renee lie well. Itenee' McCarthy. Sliarri Thornton :Melimla Powell. Kristin "f."I rr"ZI'II..ui.Ionl.ml'ry: I challenged by 'Republican, is Ben
Holtzendorf. Waters completinghis
certain criteria may be eligible for '
the dislocated worker program,, first term in' the county office.

* under the Job Training PartnershipAct. BHS Band Big Winner In Jax Competition Republicans are outnumbered 7 to

......... \ 1 by Democrats in Bradford County,
Call Sandra Demps at (904( but the ratio'.is'narrowing' ,
758-0433 in Lake City for further in- Becker placed' second' among the 18 bands the'next highest rated five 1'hands, .bands, regardless of size; competed Republicans now have 1,087 persons
formation. Ms. Demps works for a' by Judy, competing receiving a trophy taller went into the evening finals. Bradford ,against each other. registered.' a substantial increaseover
'state agency; Job Service of BCT Special Writer than some band members, BUS was went into the finals having Bradford performed 'third ''The'' prior years. '
Florida a subdivision of Florida ''The drums were heard in Conerly'' 1.3 points behind a much larger band received the fourth highest score.of'' spectators knew' the band marched In the Bounty, 189 people are,
:f- Deptof Labor, Estates, .NW of Starke' ,; two' miles, from Moultrie, GA. the afternoon. better at night'as Director Ball was registered either as Independents or
\: ''' .from Bradford High, Judged Best in Class were the Tornado Band Director Buddy Ball commented Felling !r'Right On'1' and con- without party affiliation. '
;-, BH Auxtlllary... The sound woke some Starke drum majors, the jazz dancers after the band's-: afternoon gratulated all the units as band exited Supervisor Flynn says there .will'
,'.. '" "The Bradford Hospital Auxilliary' residents. ., the majorettes,. and the percussion ,performance that the members had the field. But the other appeared be"4 foremats/(ballots)to providefor
. ,'will hold its third'annual Christmas The Spirit of Bradford Marching section' marched t Fetter; in the morning practice ,, to, march better;' too. The races that 'are not county widol(
November Band was polishing its show at the Because bands are also judged on' ; The question now/ was, could decision was in'the hands of the 'The commission race in District 5
11 at
Bazaar
'x Bradford, Friday, from 9 to, 3 Bradford High School football field .music, marching and rnanuvaring., this group of nearly 100 teenagers re-t judges. \ requires two different ballots. Two
I Hospital,v- a.m. early last Saturday morning in and !general, effect a band can win main composed enough to' pet form' After the 'performances,, all par-( ''ballots will be required to provide,
,, p.' m; served preparation for that day's compoti- best in class on all four of the above as a unit in the evening. Two weeks ticipating bands were led onto the for the State Representative race
.,. A Lunch will be between 11 tion in the Northeast Marching Band, specialties and still not be rated best1' i before at Palatka the excitrnent of field by Forrest band members for a since Bradford County is in two
: 'a.m. and 2 p.m., offering sand'' 1 Festival at Nathan B. Forrest High in class. The score was very close: the afternoon had drained their closing spectacular and to await an-, districts; essentially. divided-by
it> wichea and c1WJ..Crall.$will be on School in Jacksonville. Bradford had 84.9 points but ''energy and contributed to a lower nouncement of the final scores. Participating -'i US-301. "- ,

1:. ." ,sale. The public invited. And all the hours of work paid off. Spanish River from Boca Raton edg- score in the evening performance. bands were; .Spanish In the eastern part ft the county,.,
)':' 'MusicFestivaL. When the afternoon awards were ,ed BHS out by scoring 85 points; ust But Saturday night, the BUS River' from Boca Raton, ,North Incumbent Republican Chance Irvine :
,,', .I, ( handed out Bradford High walkedoff one-tenth of a point difference. band's. performance was "just Gwinett of Suwanee Gat; Bradford is being challenged by
1\\' ,' UCAP will sponsor a two day the field with straight superiorratings In the morning and afternoon 1 great,''' said one parent,''who made' High Middleburg High,Bishop Ken- Democrat Gerald "Gus"1' Guswiler.
''I.' 'Music Festival at Waldo, Nov. 5-6. and four of five Best in Class' judging the 18 bands from Florida the trip. '' ny High, Northeast High from On the' Western side, incumbent
\ ," with music for every taste. trophies. and Georgia were divided into four'' In the evening' competition the' St.Petersburg Flagler Palm Coast Democrat George" Crady ,is being

Proceeds to be used in the UCAP In'the evening 'competition with classes according to their size. The'' afternoon scores' were thrown out. BUS Band..p.3A; : '(See Heavy Vote...p.il\: )
see
\. suit opposing hazardous waste bands of all classes, the BHS band four bands winning best}in class andCity There, were no classes. All nine,
treatment plant in Union)County.


1 is,: .'\ 964-4478.Overnight parking available Call Sets Vote' to Elect or Appoint Police Chief' 1


... ...
.
,'r 'Classes Begin.I .. when acting Chief '"'H.F.Wiggins moved to; .make temporaryappoint. no'reference to qualifications' of 'a Schaefer, and Mayor Biggs 'voting
within
election is set 60
A
special ments to the three posi chief other than those presently .in. for the motion. Councilmen Vernon
:;: Charles Thomas; Coordinator of days in Starke to elect a temporary resigned two weeks ago.Schaefer's top vacant '
Silcox and Ed '
did contain''a tions and called for election and the charter. Wall opposed the mo-1
Community Education, announces chief of police and 2) (or-voters to motion not an lion
.. the classes to be offered: should be referendum for'' changing referendum, ;
following ,decide whether the chief, the motion: long ''
Following a said i
Councilman the council
Wall
candidates for the
-Advanced Flower Arranging, qualifications of ?
elected .,
or appointed. disoussionMayorBobby which Coun-
In the' i discussion ensued after
7-10 : cost $18 but the included the' Early ; ''Should take applications and makean
Tue., Nov., p.m, It is uncleas-after lengthy"Tuesday position, mayor
Biggs said he wag prepared to cilman ,Travis Woods asked for the to fill the position
Advanced Flower Arranging, clause in restating the motion. appointment
' .' Nov.l, city commission ; recommend the temporary\ appoint"ments : motion to be restated. Mayor Biggs election, citing
, $18 until the next regular
,Wed. Nov :3.-7-10 cost be
... ,n -Computers, for Beginners p.m. Mon., meeting taken on whether establishing or not qualificationsfor a vcte will In'the special ejection, tentatively:; for the three. top posts' ,.which said the motion is to elect a chief of costs of an election, and- the short

,.*- Nov. 21, 7-10 p.m., cost $17 the..police, chief.. Only requirements -, set for 60 days front now, residents'may were vacant ,,'. mine police,if with the office a referendum is to be to filled deter by time to be served following a special
School Bus Driver Training now in the city charter elect!a chief for a few months to Prior! to the motion the counCil to add election. Wall received- no.support
Mori., Thurs,and Sat., NQV. 10-17( ,,' call for the police chief to be a high be succeeded appointment, the debated whether or not' to fill (the election qualifications or appointment/and for the Chief. Woods .for his position.. .. ,__,

cost $10., school graduate and a citizen of the first of October, 1989. Whether.or not chief's position by appointment or seconded the motion as restated by?. Councilman ,Silcox pleaded with
Call 964-6800 for information. city he will,?i be required to meet, call for a special election. The five, Mayor Biggs, although it contained the council to ."take time and not
The election was called on a 3-2, minimum police standards.isn't councilmen proposed five different the qualifications clause hot in ''rush' into a special election.sayingan
, In Emergency..,, vote i with Commissioner i Bobby ''clear If Schaefer's motion carries; approaches, but finally arrived at a haefes original motion. election .at this time will only
Biggs, Travis Woods, ''and Charles Starke residents could wind up with concensus to call a special election perpetuate the old system of electinga
( County residents with 485, 468 or'* Schaefer voting for the special elec-v\, an elected chief"that cannot'- read or. to'name a chief, a,' 1 More discussion followed, In which chief that really is not qualified. .to,
! 496 telephone prefixes may call tion. Commissioners Vernon Silcox, write; ,' ,Schaefer again stated the motion, to head the department; '
t .. 'l.either of two numbers, ;376-1502 or and Ed Wall opposed, preferring for' Mayor Biggs said salaries for 'interim -' Attorney ; ria Christopher; sit elect a chief in a special election.' ked Biggs ..'
Terence Silcox to appoint
' 377-5122, in emergency situations chief' ting jn for' City Attorney 'a ;,
; the county to appoint an acting incumbents will be discussedat with a referendum to determine Chief the'council '.
I toll free, day or night..In daytime for the nine months of the unexpiredterm meeting, set Brown, told the council an election whetherto an "Acting saying
the next regular elect or appoint.
some control
working hours the call will go into of resigned Chief ,Jimmy November 15 calf '.be held the first (week in. could exercise
the courthouse switchboard, at Tuesday! ,, December with qualifying and cam over, the position until a better
" night the calls go to the county jail. Bowen.In addition _Tuesday night,' the ''The contingent of public supporting paigning running concurrently with Schaefer said "I( they (the electorate election system could evolve. Silcox said ap
, Jurors should call 964-628011 localto council temporarily1 filled the top' Acting Chief Wiggins was absent advertising: the election. ) vote to fill the office by call for- pointing a chief would also retain' all
Starke or 375-0209 if in 485, 475 or three police posts Lt. Bill Reno, the Tuesday night, their interest in then I will Immediately to the bad aspects of the past,
to the charter require -
'Schaefer amendment
468 areas. policeman with the most experience, the position apparently vanished The referendum to which an ," indicatingthat Mayor Biggs Said, 'Thank you,"
for qualifications
referred in his motion, provides
was named acting chief Lt.John with the resignation of Wiggins. qualifications for and banged the gavel before Silcox
the electorate to decide the issue of establishing .
''Legal Assistance.. Hodges in .was command.appointed Lt. Kenneth major, 'second R.- The council debated Issues electing a chief of police, or allowingthe the chief was not in the original mo- finished Following speaking.the vote Silcox said,

Effective immediately, all per- Hinds was appointed as captain, relating to the vacant Chief of Police council. to fill the'position by ap- tlon.Mayor Biggs called for the vote, "I'm embarrassed by the council
assistance from Three third in command. position for an hour. pointment.Schaefer's "
sons seeking made with Councilmen Woods and returning to !the same'old problem.
Rivers Legal Service, Inc. must The chief situation became a crisis Councilman: .Charles Schaefer Original motion ,

contact the Gainesville Office.ph.

372-0519 to schedule appointments. ,. DOC Sought for 3-County Landfill Siteby I
on New a "walk-on"clients can basis.no longer be seen- Contract With Engineer

Joe Ellerbee Curve, about two miles the Department of State, before loan from the Farm Home.-Administration 250 tons per day system, both using
Education! Day... Gissy north of Raiford. It is central to the, granting the land td NRSWA.In can be obtained, said hand labor for separation
.. Recognition 6t National Com- BCT Staff Writer three counties in the Association, being Frank Darabi, Baker County Recycling does not pay for
At a meeting of the New River itself, it js said, by the income from
Education Day will be approximately 11 miles from Other Action... engineer "At 5 percent interest we.
munity
Solid Waste Association (NRSWA} sale of but the extendedlife
Should rot it Up. he said. But it recyclables,
observed in Starke on Tuesday, pass
to Charles held Oct. 27 in the Union County Macclenny, 10 miles from Lake Applications for a Regional be used only for capital improvements of landfills is an important con-
November 15, according Butler, and 12 miles from Starke.An Solid Waste Engineer Consultanthave can
Courthouse, Baker; County 'was administrativecosts. .
Thomas, Coordinator of Community appraisal will be made of the been! advertised and will be not Sisinataddition '
authorized to instruct its attorney, by July 1, 1989,
Education. Terry Brown, to proceed with drawing tract, so a Just value for the land can received until-November 7. An installation of the Lundell Florida law requires that recycling
1 a contract for the Association to be credited to DOC; in the form of tip- Applications will be screened by a System of recycling is completed in must be Initiated by every county,
take possession of 200 acres of ping fee credits; to be amortizedover committee, and the results Nashville Ga., and will go on line, and that all municipalities cooperatewith
Department of Corrections lands in a five year period. presented to.the full governing this week according to ChairmanJoe the program in their county.
from 'Archaeological board at the next meeting, to be in ,
A Piper
Union County. report Riddick. Plans will be made for A meeting with city officials in
The site was approved Sept. 27 for Research, Inc. of St. the Baker County Courthouse at 7 board members to visit the site after the tri-county region is scheduled for

Upcoming... NRSWA use I by Governor Bob Mar Petersburgh! states"no prehistoricor p.m.. Thursday Nov. 17. will be operations begin to. see the system Monday, November 14, at the Union
scheduled In the tinez and the Florida Cabinet. Titleto historic archaeological sites were An estimated $200,000 "under load". County Courthouse, to explain the' I
Public meetings "
the land has not been given by the discovered in the project tract. The needed to proceed with the planning Taylor County Florida has'had a NRSWA program and to help city
weeks are: t
coming Commissionmeets state Cabinet, only a committmentby study was made by Piper in stages and carry on to the bidding' recycling operation handling SO tons officials to better understand the requirements -
Bradford County the the Cabinet that the tract is September, to satisfy a requirementof stage for opening the landfill.$90,000 for of the state's newly I
in I1years,
9:30
Nov.7 at : day operation
Monday, the Land Management Advisory has been budgeted by the counties per
a.m.Brooker, in the City Courthouse Council, meets available.The land is located off SR121'at Committee of the State Cabinet, and so.$110,000 additional is needed. A and Putnam County is operating a passed solid waste legislation.'


Tuesday Nov." 8, at 7:30: !.p.m.' in City Will Property on West:Call 'Street I

I Hampton Hall City Council meets. it. A., (Buzzy) Green, Says Family Clean-up
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Tuesday Nov. at 7 p.m., in City' '''provides for the council to ''cut. "I'rri perturbed that anyone would for a meeting with the! :'h..,iii ject to re-nourish Atlantic Beaches
by Buster Rahn weeds, and remove old buildings.. believe that our family has to be members to coordinate the project. along the First Coast of Florida, by
HallStarke City Council meets Tuesday BCT Staff Writer As an Interesting sidelight Wright ,taken to court," said Judge Green. In May, 1987, Judge Green appeared -' placing used Christmas trees on the
Nov. 15 at 7:30p.nvin: City Steve Wright, a deacon In the First reported hearing the City Clerk tell He apologized to Wright and to the before the council to com beach. Hardenbrook said county
Christian Church on West Call an office worker, "The only way to 14 church members in attendancefor plain about abandoned cars and commissioners have agreed to
HalBradford County Commissionwill Street, asked the Starke Council to get the problem resolved to to go to the unsightly condition of the property other unsightly conditions in his cooperate with the project by allowIng
hold its mid-month meeting, take necessary action to clean up the court." ,'saying his brother owns partof neighborhood. the use of the fairgrounds as a
Wednesday. Nov. 16. at 7 p.m., in. apparently abandoned properly cornering Attorney R.A. Green approached the parcel,with the remainder be Scoutmaster Lee Hardcnbrouk collection center, and to retrieve and
the Courthouse on Chi istian and Call Streets, the podium and asked wnght if he ing part of his motherestate: reported lluil -.c'JU.lhrou ho..,. save Christmas' trees entering,the
address the issue. Wright Judge Green laid the property will county landfill..
west of the church. may asked NK Florida have embarked on a pro- i
Wright cited a pity ordinance (that agreed. be cleaned up post-haste and e



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50 Gather for Republican RallyApproximately : ::; :: :: :::." > I A : .:, ... : :: '., :
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t he covered the'county door-to-door.< ',t ,:" 1 I I I './"1"I\ ,>, '1 \ '
Holtzendorf running : \I I'I
50 people gatheredat Incumbent Ben Democrat, Wilbur.against Waters ""Nobody's ''seen him In Brooker; ','" ,':.,r'V'' .' ., V I: CITY OF HAMPTON .\- :"] ..' i'f., < ,, '" ,.1.1.,1! ,I ", .
the Bradford County Fairgroundslast and ', \" ( 'I',' .
nobody has seen Theressa, '
Saturday, Oct.29 for a political for the Dist. 5 County Commission nobody has seen him in Lawtey" "" SECOND. PUBLICBEARIOO"NO'l'ICE\ '
of business,
cited his 33
seat years
rally sponsored by the Republican'
Milner concluded by promising a
and maintenance experience
Executive Committee of Bradford purchasing
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strong emphasis on crime prevention
with the military to
County.. enjoyed hot dogs and his claim that he is better qualified support beefed-up while efforts in office in drug; along enforce with The City of Hampton is applying to the F'lorida'Department.; of

boiled peanuts while listening to than his opponent.. Retired from the ment .' Community". Affairs (COCA) for a grant under the NeighborhoodRev1talizafion"category

Republican candidates, .and their Florida mobile National home Guard and in ,Stark ownerof J.J. Swanson of Nassau" County in the amount of $350,000 under the Small
at the ral- a park
representatives.Speakers '
who Is 'challenging Rep. George '
ly included Bob. Milner, candidate Said his emphasis while Crady ,D-Yulee. in State'House CitiesCommunity( Development.Bloc Grant (CDBG) Program. For eachactivity
for sheriff Ben Holtzendorf can Holtzendorf ''that is' proposed at ,least 60% of the ''funds must benefit
in office would be planning for future District 13, said the major themes of ; ; ,
didate for County Commission Irvine, growth and being available to his his campaign are less taxes and less loW'' to .moderate; income ,(tM1)) persons., The' 'activities dollaramount'.and'estimated
District 5; Rep Chance year-round. He Concluded government regulation. Commen- ,
candidate for reelection constituents percentage benefit to low and moderate income
pOrangePark, of the hazardous
by accusing the, county ting on proposed '
to State House Dist; ZJ, and shifting road and maintenance waste treatment incinerator in persons' for Vhicl the} City is, applying are :
J.J. Swanson ..candidate' for State equipment to District,5 to help his Union County, Swanson stated the
Representative for District 13. whole concept of incineration shouldbe '
opponent. Activity Budget LMI %
Paul an insurance agent "However," Holtzendorf said abandoned in favor of recycling.
from Callahan, spoke to the crowdon have not The Baldwin real estate agent also '
i'the people in the district '
behalf of the George Bush cam been fooled by the moving of the' addressed the current working con- Water Facilities/Hook-ups, $302,000 ", above 80% '.
Dukakis
Schwend, who was a .
paign. to the Democratic National equipment. Everybody is asking ditions of correctional officers. Street Improvements, '20,000 above 80%
delegate where the has been the "They should have the same '
Convention, was the center of con- last four equipment, prestige responsibility training Administration 28,00,9. N/A ,
years ? ,
he
troversy jn September when Bob MIlner candidate for sheriffon and pay of state, (Florida Highway \ I ,
threw his'support Schwend to.Vice-president said he made the Republican ticket, expressedhis Patrol) troopers" the'' candidatesaid. i '' TOTAL $350,000
George Bush. the' .
to 'many
appreciation '
the move when he learned of Democrats at the rally, >who Rep. Chance Irvine, ROrangePark peiso' (
Dukasis' support for .Federal fun- organizers estimated to be 80 per- addressed the gathering 'on' There will ,be no displacement of or busine'ssJs" as a

ding 'of in abortions schools, opposition and support to- cent of the crowd:He went on to say behalf of Republican U.S.' Senate result ''of this grant so no relocation assistance will be' required
public his race was not a contest between candidate Connie Mack. Rep, Irvine
of strong gun controlSpeaking political parties but between two pointed out Mack's strong conservative -
abandoned about the why Governer he publicly of men. credentials and support of A, Public Hearing to provide citizens an opportunity to commenton

.Massachusetts, Schwend said, Milner criticized his opponent, President Reagan's policies as his the application will be held in Hampton City Hall Post Office

"Even though I knew keeping my Democratic nomiee Kenneth best qualities. Drawer 250 Navarre Avenue Hampton, Florida ,,32044 on November
'mouth shut would have been best for Etheridge, for his unwillingness to Speaking on her own behalf'Rep. 9 1988 at 7:00 A will 'be availablefor
political it got to the debate. "I don't know what he's Irvme discussed her work on the p.m. copy'ofthe. application
my point where .career I couldn't .Asleep at afraid of," said Milner. A former'agent House Corrections Committee, and; 'review at, Hampton City Hall on Monday Wednesday and Friday
''night" Schwend went on to say he for the Florida Department of the fulfillment she receives from between the hours of' 10:00' am., to. 3:00 p.m. The apt lication will
has been working for the Bush Campaign Law Enforcement,Milner went on to ,solving problems of her consti- be '
tuents.Cleopatra's submitted to the state on November 28 ,1988. TO obtain
since September. 'challenge his,opponent's claim that
additional information concerning the application and the Public

D'emocrats'Politic Hearing contact Clarke Roumelis and Associates Inc. 3370 Capital

Upholstery & Circle N.E. Suite ,I Tallahassee Florida 32308 Telephone ((904).) ,

Decorating Emporium 385-8858 *:

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322 S.'Walnut SL Starke 964-7014 *The. First Public Hearing .Notice incorrectly'' stated that at least
Next Door to Lake Area Class)
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51% of the funds must benefit low and ,moderate income persons', and

Eat Fish 30% Off on All Olneys Wallpaper Time To that $300,000was.;! the maximum grant amount available.
35% Off on All Mini Blind Redecorate

.Bradford County Democrats '.1O, % Off on All Upholstery! Fabric For The! Holidays

gathered over fried mullet and grits ,Wallpaper. Drapes Bedspreads by Schumacker .EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
Saturday night, Oct.29, at Theressa ,Mini Blinds by Klrsch. Graber,
all candidates In the Novi
with 8 general party election speaking'for We Cany a Full Line of Fabrics We Install What We Sell

themselves through --.
a representative I..- .....onB! 1.nIn n..nn ....... -- ... r I '-III II"-"IIJ'O' I r'W" r II ... -,., ,.. Mr 1>,
Over 200 fish suppers were served -iftj.
by the Theressa Volunteer' Fire: '
Department with proceeds going to '
support the volunteer firemen. ATTENTION TRUCK BUYER

'Al Crosby Jr. spoke forcefully In '
'support of Four neighor'V Buddy
MacKay,. candidate for the U.S.
Senate seat being vacated by Sen. Terwillegar Motors
Lawton Chiles who Is retiring to
a professorshipty atthe. Universitake -
of Florida:
Crosby said that November 8 Is a

golden from North'opportunity Florida to elect since a Senator South FORD lias the best priceANYWHERE '

Florida Is surging so far'ahead in
is friend,"'
population.,, Buddy our
r, Crosby:'sate,!,and has already .. T_. ,
' established a position of leadershipo ''Th : and Find !
fesrr ducpg..histfirst term ,i iHous ilJ'tIJoe'-'U.*{ ..-- -,I>: -'; ;11. UCMftAf'' ..f.
of epresentatives."When .
he first arrived in'Con-- ..1988
gress as a freshman,he was advised 1988THUNDERBIRD
that in order to "get along"he would Ranger XLT I
have to "go along." 'Buddy told ;555J m_
them, 'I was elected a Congressmanto '25 to choose .
represent my people and serve In Frir AMFM'L Automatic Air Cond. AM &FM '
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the best interest of the public. I will Pkg. =:;:

'dd whatever is best for our Mr/cassette, r. Cassette, Power Seats. Power Windows. -0 ,' .
1 country'," Crosby said. chrome step bumper, .. $ *** .Luxury Conv./Light.Group Tilt Wheel ';'1 I "
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"Senator Sam Nunn of Georgia, sliding rear window '9157 '
who many wanted to run for Presi- speed overdrive Speed.Control. *, Several to Choose From
dent, said that Buddy has the same
integrity 'and values as Senator'
Chiles,who he will succeed,"Crosby
said. He' pointed out that MacKay, 1988Ranger"S"
when he served in the Florida
Legislature'; was .repeatedly ,' -
selected the'. most, outstanding .
member of the Florida House.
I. 'James. ..Watson, newly elected .. 25 To Choose From
Bradford County school board
I member, spoke in behalf of Rep.
George Crady( seeking reelection.as' 7s
Representative from House
District'13.'Watson said that.Rep.,
Crady had been,instrumental in get-' .
ting beneficial projects through the 12,924
Legislature for Bradford and Union
Counties and was strongly opposedto '
placing a hazardous waste treat-
ment plant in Union County. He said FREE DOG BOX or
that Crady deserves re-election. CLOSEOUT,SALE!
School Board member Len Schlof-
''man highly recommended State ALUMINUM TOOL BOX 19881/2 '
Senator Ken Jenne for the position of
State Treasurer and Insurance Com-',
missioner to succeed Bill Gunter. He with purchase of any Ford Escort

said that :Jenne had has been a 2 Dr.LX:*6.peed,digital clock.overhead ,
friend of Bradford County, Ranger in Stock > ___Ie.tinted flu. *. j
cooperating with'school officials J pover.teertng.Interval
vipers, ear window defiroeter..
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here to obtain funds for renovatingand Instrumentation
Improving the Bradford High "S4 Chevy Cavalier '8'7.., ,F-150 :PU Jl&hte/.ntrpoup.froup......
School audtitorium and also helped conditioner.SO .
get a bill passed to improve the BHS AT'A1r.AM/FM Air, Powcr, : 5-5 pee d, To ChooM> From
gym+ but the bill was later votoed **
by Governor Bob Martinez. $249'5 $89'95 .After"RebateoU500.oo $756
Darla' Christopher chairman of ...
I" After Rebate of$3OO.OO After Rebate $5OO.OO_
the Democratic Executive Committee ., ---. .

candidate, spoke,on for'behalf Secretary of Tom of Moore State, ::1987: Bronco'4x4'' '87 Ford Bronco' '1987 F-150 '86 Eddie Bauer 1987 Ford LTD "

who is campaigning on a low budget, '302'E.F.I.'C-6Trans.' .302.0.6,0 Bronco II ,Crown Victoria

$250.accepting"only contributions. up 'to XLT Y-6. AC.. 5- peed, P$. PB ,,133"wn 13.000. ,Miles AC 6 Cyt,. Auto.,Windows 2 Dr, Loaded' .

reform Moore to Is reduce In.favor the power''of election of PAC $14995 "9,995 :10,995'' ,$ 1:995;: $12,495 "

(Political Action Groups)which con-

tribute money large to candidates.sums of special" ,interest. 1986 -150 XLT '87 .Olds '86 Aerostar W'gn. '87 F..250 PU, 1987,Ford Temp'

Christopher ''also spoke for the 133"W13:" Loaded. Fiberglass Delta 88 6c.ri..AC""uto '
'vtce-presidential nominee, Sen. topper, 23.000 MJlu DleeeJ. 4 Door (
Lloyd Bensten of Texas, one of the Loaded.
most high respected and strongest $ $1'0,900
$10,495 '
leaders in the U.S. Senate.. 1O,495 $10,500 $5 9'95'
Anna Felos, district chairman of

the Dukakis campaign for President 11986:GMC' '86 Chry. LeBaron Ford '86 Mercury
discussed his plans for a more 85 F-350 Pickup 198:4:
effective war on drugs;higher quality SWI3 ..Cleanr 21.000 Mllcs Bronco II 4x4 Marquis.' ..
education, affordable housing for .6.9 L DieselAuto .4 Dr.".Auto..AC '
the homeless,and better health care
for the elderly $5,995 '$6.495 $ ,995 .5,495. $5,995 "
Other speakers Included'Wilbur ,
Waters,: seeking re-election to his.
Dist. 5 county commission seat and .
,Gus .Guswiler, Democratic can-1 '
didate for the Dist. 21 House seat "T

R-Orange.now held by' Rep. Chance Irvine, RWIL1: EGARMOTORS.h. .


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Milner Challenges Etheridge in Heated Local Sheriff's Race


I ,,', The only county-wide race on the accumulated more than-1,000 hours County residents. However I fully for MIlDer state, "Mr. Milner has generate the funds way, as has panied by fully accredited officers
I ', ,., '''I November 8 General Election ballot of police training in' various fields, realize that the majority of people of developed a superior level of com been proposed that candidate "My opponent U staying hidden
'ii,' I rli':'* In Bradford County is the contest for including crowd control CPR; Bradford County will remain petence"; ,"Mr, Mllner's high Etheridge, Milner says. from public view," Mine. states.
,, 1' sheriff. firearms, and homicide investigation Democrat in order to vote in local degree of initiative and personal Miner proposes using part-tune ,'"He has refused to engage in any
I .' Republican Bob Milner' Is 'opposing elections, and am not trying to get. commitment has enabled him to surpass volunteer deputies: as an immediate type of open discussion of the issues.
: I, : Democrat Kenneth Etheridge, Kenneth and his' wife Fay have anyone to change parties." most performance levels"; Mr. solution, and limited federal grantsare The taxpayers deserve to know the
who was nominated for the post in been married for 28 years and have Milner is married to the former Milner has taken the Initiative in available for a short range pro-, answers to Jail funding and funding
'. the Democratic primary runoff October two children and' four .grand Carol Hardy, a native of Bradford plannlng..and then carrying out gram. This Is not an answer for the for extra deputies."
,<' 4, winning over incumbent\ children. County; they live Fin Starke with work activities in a high quantity of .long range, he says. Milner has challenged Etheridgeto
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i'r j/ ': sheriff Dolph Reddish by 39$ votes, "The people' of Bradford Countywill their two' children. ''work" and "Mr. Milner has consistently Several fully accredited part-time a public debate which was refused -
':. 1 I. S.591: to 2.296.Etheridge have 24 hour police protection Milner graduated from BHS, attended displayed a highly professional Volunteers are available: now, and Etheridge as yet has not accepted .I'
'when I am Santa Fe Community College performance which is readily Milner says, making a distinction an invitation to participate In
credits early door to "The Sheriffs Department not and Lake City Community College, recognized by his peers and between part-time deputies with full an open radio forum on station
door canvassing, which he says he kept up with the county growth and then attended Florida State University superior" credentials and an auxiliary force WEAG, Starke, scheduled for Tues-
has done virtually by himself,!with the residents deserve better police and the University of Central I have contacted a number of which would .have to'' be accom day evening prior to election day.,_
",, his defeat over Reddish, and has service," Etheridge says. Local officers Florida, receiving a dual bachelor's sheriffs in north Florida .and a
continued the door to door cam will be better trained'and degree in Criminal Justice and number of federal offices "all the
''i ,paigning for the General Election. more versatile in all phases of law Public Administration. Washington D.C.'t, and no'
Etheridge, who lives on a farm on enforcement,*' For the past four years, Milner feral funds are available for
Meng Dairy road, says Bradford Etheridge states complaints com- has worked for the Florida Department building a jail, as my opponent
', 'County is his home. He was born in ing into his office will be handled of Law Enforcement (FDLE) claims, says Milner. and Bradford
,j;,,' ", ,I, Worth County, Georgia, and moved promptly and he will begin Immediately as a regional coordinator In the county would be years down the list, JOO
b 1 to Florida in 1949. Hels a graduate of to rid the county of drug Police Standards Division. He has .anyway, he wad told.
j ,: Apopka Memorial High School. problems, working to protect the provided technical assistance to 78 the U. S. Marshal's office is not Reg, Off
,, "' ''':: Etheridge 48, is a local State' rights of the innocent and to prosecute police and sheriffs departments in looking for additional bed space to 7.99
1 I, .J.' Trooper. He has 26Vi years in law en- the guilty.Etheridge the North Florida area. His work house federal prisoners, according
".." ,' ', forcement. He served 6"Vt years with continued by saying"I with those officers have been a lear to Milner,another source of revenue -.
"" the Apopka Police Department, am going to be the people's Sherifffor ning experience, Milner says, giving to'finance a jail referred to by his op-
<" '' three years as sergeant and his last all of Bradford County." him an insight into operations of ponent. Other counties are ahead of '
>,' .,' ,. ',: year as acting chief. county sheriff's offices. Bradford on this list also, Milner 14<<> Golden
He' has been a State Trooper<<: in Bob Milner, 35, registered as a'' Under FDLE rules Milner was sals.
:,.' ', Bradford County for the, past 20 Republican iwo years ago, since the!! forced to resign his position upon "We all agree 'even '(outgoing Horse Feed
FI'' )'\",/,,; years He has been granted a leave' Democratic Party has swung'"toofar quahfing for election as sheriff. He sheriff) Dolph Reddish, that new
i.to', ;" of absence from his Highway Patrol to the left to suit me, and no gave up MVi years service with DOC deputies are needed, but where is '
Special
o" duties while campaigning for; longer represents the morals and 'and FDLE, relinquishing his retire the money to' come from?" Two $ ,
,: sheriff. value system of most Americans, went and longevity benefits. deputies would have to work full Coupon ,699 '"

,r.,' ,,J F As a police officer, Etheridge has and certainly not those of Bradford Performance appraisal reports .time writing "traffic tickets. to' Offer '
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i' 'j from page 1A.challenged 'opted to run for the US. Senate seat Most! voters think in terms of Vice ments to be voted on, Each voter
:, by Republican John ,formerly held by Sen. Lawton President George Bush or Governor should study the proposals prior to
"J.Jt" Swanson. Chiles. .Gunter lost out in the Michael Dukakis as the only candidates entering the voting booth. It's too,'
,primaries in the presidential race. Actually late to make a thoughtful decision at $1.50-
State Races... ? there are two other candidates that time,
." At the state level, incumbent Two congressional races are on' on the ballot, Ron Paul with p b
(',': .' :< Republican Jim Smith has drawn the ballot. Incumbent Rep. Bill the Libertarian party and Lenora B. 7> Telegraph and other publications Off Coupon >
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', ; \"' : from Democrat R. Grant is running and his name Is Fulani on the New Alliance party have
explained the
,, ; ''' opposition various proposals '
'(1''i"Je.I' ,' ';{(1 !,:,, ., Moore for position, listed on the ballot, but he has no op- ticket. and have made recommendations r l on next purchase
i\>}1..i,!<\f ";! ''I'" Secretary of StateaSmth,, who reregistered postion for the seat. on several. Certainly, the I ,. .,t 'i of 14947 Golden m
''h; i!, ::F as' a Republican two Two Supreme Court Justices and recommendations are binding on no:' !, Horse Feed
X \?\\WII, -:\' .years ago, was a candidate for Creating state-wide interest, the Three Court of Appeals Judges are' one, but are food for thought. ., K Z9 =_ ,Na
I !, !I \'\ (' governor in the gubernatorial' 'race to replace retiring Sen. Lawton on the ballot. These officials, whose Last but not least, is the straw 1
.,' election. Chiles has been a barn-burner with names aren't well known locally;do ballot on Bradford County's ballot It
For State Treasurer, also a two' well known candidates vying for not run against,other candidates, but isn't state-wide, and it has no legal
,cabinet postion, Republican Tom ,the position. Republican Rep. Con- are on the_ballot to be retained in of. status,but an affirmative vote will
Gallagher is opposed by Democrat nie Mack, from Ft. Myers is opposing fice, or turned out. It is rare for a send a message to the legislature
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I ,...r..., Ken Jenne, both of whom are from Democrat Rep. Buddy Mackay, judge or justice to lose a seat in this that the "Sunshine Law", should Include Price ft Coupon" Good thru /"' /'
,'0 ," ,South Florida. The, office was, from Ocala.The, race is expected to type voting arraangement.. that body politic as ,well as 2226 N.Temple -,Starke IElIm
1 vacated when incumbent Bill Gunter, ,be close., H is a long,; ballot, with 11 amend-,-' 'others.-- ''iI.



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spouting lies,not George Bush.The mudslinging -
Editor: He cer' 'niv! does not have any secrets in began at the Democratic Conven-
As a longtime resident of 'the City of the Reno area. Mr. Schaefer are you not tion and because their tactic has backfired '
','- Readers Make Good :, Starke, I have become alarmed at the sad afraid of what is going on? on them, they are now crying wolf t He is
; state of affairs of our city. That trio of "do The City of Starke I is facing a SERIOUS trying to pass himself off as an environmentalist
< .. nothings"Schaefer, Silcox and Biggs-, CRISIS. We are in need of better police Then why Is the Boston
Editorial t, especially concern me. protection. The problem of''"crack co Harbor still so incredibly polluted, and
Writers
Mr. Schaefer has held office for such a caine" is rampant on our streets. what kind of solution Is it to dump one's city -
period of time that he has come to believe Residents are afraid to leave their homes ? waste and sewage into another city's
that he is a dictator. However,he seems to due to the possibility of a break-In. Our rivers to eliminate one' own problem?
have developed a case of amnesia when it churches are being broken into mainly due Mike Dukakis' view In relation to foreign
Sometimes, writers of letters to the editor produce liberalism of the Roosevelt,Truman and Kennedy comes to doing what is in the best interestof to the drug problem.Has policy and our nation is very naive, and in
better editorials than the editorial writers administrations that fostered the many programs the very people who elected him. it come down to our having to form this ,modern world., our new President
themselves. For instance,this one was written bya that brought security to millions of Americans in Mr. Silcox is too busy and Is unable to vigilante groups in order to rid our city of, needs to be a leader with' a broad
reader of the Florida Time Union and publishedin the past half century, devote the time that is necessary to think ,these problems.? I hope not. We need to background of experience. George Bush
its Issue of October 31. Voters are beginning to realize the deception be- about the problems facing our city. join together to make some changes.If we has that background of knowledge and experience -
Recently there have been very few letters com- ing fostered on them by the Bush people, as shownin Mr. Biggs treats as if their interests do not, the "blame stays put" on usnot to be a dynamic and successful
menting' on the fact'that there seems to be so few another letter to the Times Union, this one from'a about our city everyone are not as Importantas that trio of "do nothings". president of the United States.

serous Democrats" left in Florida. This is a reader in Orange Park, who says: his. Mr, Schaefer should probably retire Roland C Coleman Mark Patray, Starke
and frightening problem the writer ,
says ,.. the current knee-jerk reaction to 'and stay home and out of the Reno area. Starke
deploring the fact that too many people are still 'liberalism or any attempt by government to
registered as Democrats "but have switched their solve problems for its people is irrational. We,are
votes to Republican" in presidential elections, carrying our ultra-Conservative doctrine to suchan Reader Says 'Liberal' Policies Prevent: Ammendment''

The letter continues: extreme that the heart is being eaten out of the. "
"As proven in the past two elections, these votes great American dream\ Private: Capital from Creating New Jobs RecommendationsThe
were the deciding factor in a Republican being ""The Reagan/Bush administration has sat by
elected the last two terms.: This is a shocking fact while education has eroded, drugs and crime ran

since most Democrats are middle-income or rampant, pollution threatened our water and air, Editor, Telegraph: spending. It is now controlled by liberal
lower-income families. bridges crumble and cars stack up in traffic; ,As an ex-Democrat I would like to com- Democrats. Not one Senator or President following Constitutional Amend-
"These are the same people who have received forests are blighted by acid rain; gaps widen in ment on your editorial of Thursday Oct.27 can spend a dime of your money unless the ments will appear on the November 8
(along with every other American 65 or older) the ozone layer; trade and budget deficits worsen;, and also a letter to you on the same page\ liberal House votes to spend it. General Election ballot:
under a Democratic president (Franklin Delano and government scandals are so common that "We Are Standing On a Precipice", We are a Capitalist Nation,. not 'a
Roosevelt) Social Security, Medicare-Medicaid? people take it as a matter of course." Let me state first that I did not leave the Socialist State. No. 1-Provides for Impeachment of
and disability and supplementary security I Also on the subject of "liberals" a letter from a Democrat party. When the "liberals" took Yes, it seems "voodoo" economics. has County Judges rather than have them
,payments when eligible. How quickly they forget! reader in Chiefland to the Gainesville/ Sun says: control of the party I changed my voting worked well for both Starke and Bradford suspended by the Governor. Recommended -
"It was easy to understand why the very "Liberal Congressmen see a need or a wrong habit. County under Reagan and Bush. vote: :YES.
wealthy, citizens support the Republican Party. and try to fill that need.. Conservatives are The gentleman or the lady of the "Stan- There seems to have been great strides the to
victims of crime right
They receive all the tax breaks,' benefits and brought along kicking and screaming. Twenty or, ding on a Precipice"letter still likes to run' made towards peace under the No.GIves: crucial
at stagesof
loopholes, and it is an inconceivable mystery why /30 years later,' they, finally accept the changeseven against Hoover, as stated in the letter. Reagan/Bush administration. We are be present and have input. Recommendedvote
the middle to lower income voters have deserted embrace them and vow to fight to the death' ,Hoover days have passed 58 years ago. But beginning to''destroy the stockpile of a criminal
the party that has done so much for all people. to protect them (listen to them defend Social each election year they like to bring tip missiles. We are reaching a good relation- : YES.
"the apathy of voters who do not vote is also in Security: now). I can't remember a single piece oT those tired old ways of bashing Hoover all ship with Russia and doing away with the No. 3. Allows Legislature to give special
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credible. They are unconcerned about a legislation authored by a conservative that would over again. Cold War for the first time in decades in-> :tax breaks to owners of lands that help
Republican administration which for eight years benefit the common man. I will take my chances Look around youStarke and Bradford stead of increasing missiles. They have Florida's acquifers.: This would
has been filled with corruption in high places had ,with the liberal Democrats. County are bursting at the seams with new been trying to replace them with a protective recharge help persons holding land idle
the Iran/Contra scandal; 'dealt with a kingpin "Synonyms for liberal: progressive, tolerant, growth over the past eight years.'Wouldwe system to prevent a mad man from for primarily prospective sale to developers, Other
drug dealer, General Noriega, ran the national unbigoted, broadmlnded, unprejudiced, be expanding at this rate under liberal' striking the first blow of a war that would 'taxpayers would have to make up this loss
debt into the trillions; and most recently, the magnanimous, generous, honorable. Now that Democrats and their 21% interest? Tax destroy us all The American public will of tax revenue. Recommended vote? NO
cover-up of a dangerous leaking nuclear power doesn't sound too bad, does it?" Iris Holman, and spending $1. gallon for gas caused not support a card carrying ACLU Presi-
plant m addition to horrendous procurementscancials Chiefland. the public to reject that kind of president dent that lets a convicted murderer out on No. 4-AUows Legislature to issue bondsto
: in the Pentagon, and over 100 ad- when they let Jimmy Carter out to a weekend pass to murder again. I am be paid off with future money from state
ministration officials who were fired or resigneddue In The Meanwhile..., pasture. of road
afraid to trust this liberal as the head. of, gasoline tax.Would allow purchase
to unethical or illegal actions In speeches'this week, Michael Dukakis proclaimed The liberal tax and 'spending stops our government. Tlghts-f-way for future use before prices
'."The time is long overdue for the country to be that' he was a liberal in the tradition of private capital from expanding and providing Winston Churchill once said,."Show mea soar in the future. Recommended vote,
: returned to the party of the people who really care Roosevelt Truman, and Kennedy As far as the'' jobs for people. Most of us have to man who is 20 years old and is not a YES.
,for all people. Be sure to vote on November 8. This, conservative label,' Dukakis said he was always work too hard for the liberal tax and spend liberal, and I will show you a man withouta
Is the right of,all people, handed down by the' taught that the first thing conservatives were sup\ type of government Mr. Dukakis and the heart.Show me a man 40 years old who is 'No. 5-Would give widowers the same ad-
Founding Fathers. How you vote Is also impor- posed to do was to pay their bills, and yet "We've liberals in Congress want to give us for the' not a conservative, and I will show you a ditional $500 property tax exemption now
tant. Hopefully, under Michael Dukakis and the had the most liberal borrowing and spending next four years. man without a BRAIN." given to widows. Not sufficiently Impor,
Democratic, leadership, our country will move spree in American history in the past eight years, Remember that the House of Representatives Mr. Editor,Mike Dukakis is over 40.1' tant to write into the Constitution. Recom-
ahead and resolve the many problems" the people under 'the Reagan-Bush administratIOn." He in Washington are responsible! for' Henry Montford,Starke, mended vote; NO.No.6Would .
have endured for eight years., challenged Bush to a final debate on election eve; establish 'Taxation and
a
and'Liberalism but the vice president declined, not Wanting to risk
Bush Commission to make
Reform
Reagan Budget ,
any,"faux pas" at this late date.
Now that the Reagan administration is so chumt; ,It f ,Coverage of Homecoming Queen recommendations to the Legislature and
: and local
to state
my with Russia, they can no longer use McCarthyism review matters relating
f; '. (soft on Communism)' to brand, their'' Remember the Main! Remember the Alamot' Called Inadequate and UnfairAs taxation and budgetary matters. Would
," political opponents.They had to get a new word to Remember the National Deficit- now over three' create another state commission of doubtful
trillion dollars! Dukakis"-says he would start' value. Recommended vote: NO.
take its and their
place, so they image-making
\ a resident of. this 'county and a these events: :
reducing it by cutting out the billion dollar -
I procurement
hatchet have to turn the time-
men managed :' graduate of Bradford High School, I was Furthermore, we only have one high
scandals in the Pentagon. Neither Bush No 7-Would extend term of office for
I;;, word honored aimed, respectable at striking word fear"liberal"into the into hearts a scare of nor Reagan has shown any interest in cutting Pen- very disappointed at the quality of school and homecoming one of the county judges from four to six years. We
tagon waste. They'have too many ,wealthy con coverage the Bradford Telegraph gave largest events of our county. To receive 'feel that all county officers should be
), Americans who have not known the
forgotten' ,or .. tractor. friends Involved this year's Homecoming Queen, Ms.:Wan coverage of this caliber indicates to me a elected for the same length term. Recom-
da Jenkins- attractive, intelligent and lack of proficiency and professionalism by, 'mended vote; NO._ ,/" ,
fine young lady. our own Bradford COUNTY Telegraph.I .
If one did not attend the homecoming ac- am sure that the queens' families of, ,No. 8rWould' allow Legislature to create
I Two Party System for County NearingIn tivities there's a possibility they may not 1988 and 1987 love and respect them as traffic courts, freeing county judges from
,have known that Ms. Jenkins had been much as those queens of the past. And we necessity of handling such cases.. Recom-
elected for this honor, due to the poor as a community love and respect them. mended vote: YES
coverage given by the paper. Why the sud-, That, is why they are crowned queen.
,,' 10 days' or so, ,Bradford, County Be sure to cast your ballot den lack of interest? It seems that To the Queens of 1988 and 1987: Let me No.9-Would empower Legislature to'
voters will see two local races on November 8'and remind friendsto sometimes we tend to forget some of our take this time to convey to both of you that create two new state departments (one forveterans'
their ballots, being contested by can- your youth and kind of shove certain ones off in we the community do LOVE and affairs, and another for matters
do .
likewise. .
Amendments to
to the elderly)
didates from ''opposing parties. 'Who a corner,or as it appears in this case, just RESPECT you very much. We regret the pertaining
let's throw in an incidental picture and that will lack of interest and coverage given by our the Constitution should deal with only one
will win? answer of 'course, is ,the' Regardless of party affiliation take care of it. NOT SO! This year's Queen Bradford County Telegraph. subject,so voters would not have to accept
'candidates receiving the most votes promote the two-party system, even is just as Important as all the others. After To the Editor; Let it be known, in no both proposals when they might favor T-ly
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and conversely the candidates in Bradford County., all, the student body elected her. uncertain terms, I do not appreciate this one. Recommended vote: NO.
'For the most part, in previous years, kind of sloppy and partial journalism. By limit of flOO.OOO for
receiving the fewer votes will be the there was' no question that a queen had the way, I was told that this year's ID-Would place a for
to compensate "pain
losers. been elected because her photo would have homecoming parade was very nice, injury victims to
does not apply
At Last George ,Bush been featured on the front page,along with especially the queen, Ms. Wanda Jenkins, and sufering", The cap medical it
However that response, only brief captions. But for some reason, this and her court with the beautiful horse-, property damage or would expenses tend to
satisfies the immediate 'situation.' Finds a 'Liberal" "' year's queen was not given the same honor, driven carriage. However, you could not :Is opposed their by fees lawyers in ,some and cases. It is,

There is a more important,answer to I and respect. This year's queen was tell it by the lack of coverage in the paper. lower favored by the medical profession on thegrounds

,the, county, in the long run. He 'Kinda :LikesAt photographed only once next to the last As a reminder,don't forget the idea of be- that high jury awards may tend toincrease
page, Section A, along with other coverage. ing fair and impartial to aU PERSONS and liability insurance rates resultingfrom
Regardless of who gets the most For the years 1985 and 1986, the queens events suits Recommended

votes," and holds office for ,the next l 3t,-George Bush has revised were mentioned and shown on the front Bernard Brown,StarkeEditor' vote;,YES malpractice(for cap). ;;,
four Bradford page and also were pictured again on the'
,
years County his broad brush
residents are' the real winners. The definition, of"Liberal" inside page along with events surroundingthe Note.'' The Telegraph attempt No., ll-Making 'English the' official
; activities. On one occasion to
homecoming to give good, comprehensive coverage language of Florida. Although this '
seems
fact' that Bradford County I noticed not only the queen was Bradford High homecoming activities. But logical the state should provide to
Republicans can mount a viable campaign -' He now says he approves of Harry featured, but her entire court was shownon ,when the BHS homecoming, the Starhe' ,offer language instruction at a minimumcost means

though outnumbered 9 to 1, is, Truman Liberals, but not Michael a special page. Art Festival and the area-wide horse, for all ethnic minorities. Vote recom
encouraging even to loyal Dukakis Liberals. In Ms To-my knowledge, the only other exception frolic are all ,fcheduled on the same mendation:,YES.
; making in previous year's that received less weekend here, I la ,not enough staff and
,Democrats. distinction* Bush admits that all coverage was the 1987 queen- Ms Carla newt space to go around.

:For almost 100 years following the' liberals'cannot: be tarred with this McCutchen, who only received one photo, The Editor feels the paper did an ade-
Civil the South same broad brush.; on the front page (though proportionatelysmall quate Job of Covering the 1S8S ''BHS
War was a
one-party in size), but no other recognition.Why homecoming under the clrcum tance*.
entity resulting in being' taken for There are all degrees of ? Are these two queens of the year A survey previous* Issues reveal that

granted, and having little, if any clout liberalism there all ,1988 and 1987 not as honorable as those of homecoming picture of various sizes have, .'
just as are -
at the national level. In the past two ,1985 and 1986 After all, the student body been placed in various 'place over'' the '::-
'decades the region has reexaminedits degrees of conservatism, ranging selected them' I say without hesitation- year What goes on Page One each weed
from moderate to extreme in both YES1 So let's be fair in our coverage of I*determined by new: value, not tradition.'
voting pattern, and has gained
cases. There are some liberals and r
stature in Washington, D.C. by aban- some conservatives who vote on : STRAW BALLOT ,

doning the one-party thinking. issues as their consciences and their Mike ..Dukakis'NoKennedy"Bush : L

The founding fathers'sought, com brains dictate regardless .of phony Supporter lares Voters on November 8 will be given, the

petition in politics by providing a two- labels, ,-, opportunity to express their wishes con-,

party system.., For more than two Editor; Telegraph:, criminals to run rampant through the j cerning an extension of Florida's Sunshine
Bush
hundred years it,has served the na- If George has finally seen I neighborhoods of America, victimizing its Law to include members of the Legislatureand

tion well and no one, even the most' I this, in one of his "thousand points In 'your i piibfication of the'Telegraph ,.hard-working; law-abiding citizens. the Executive Branch of government.'
ardent supporter would con of light", both he and American dated Oct. 6, 1988, there was a letter to you ,Therefore, would you please take the as it already applies to other state,county
sider totalitarian party politics will be better off. titled "Swing Voter, Adds up Scores and same newspapers magazines and (and city official:. Recommended ,vote:
a one-party system Swings Away from Bush." newsbroadcasts that you read or watch,' YES. t
'in the. United States, or even in a Iassume by the first paragraph of the and have highlighted) for and against t d .
region of this great nation. letter that Mr. Crosby votes for the man Dukakis and inform each one of us as to .
that would best do the job for our country, how this individual ,measures up?
and not necessarily the party. I concur in Remember to be unbiased and state what
this logic.' However, in continuing to read the facts are, untainted by opinion.I .
[ his supposedly unbiased opinion, I could am quite alarmed as the days of the
E', find no mention whatsoever of Michael ,1988 Presidential Election draws near to
71 '4'Y' R It Dukakis or even of his running ,mate, note the liberal bias of the media and of Mike Cooney
,, Lloyd Bentsen, and how they measure up how so many of our citizens are taken in by
III to pros and cons of their public service to ,it, This is the. ...!! liberalism that has Has New PositionMike
.' ,. state or country or even their comments on allowed the perversion of America's
:. major issues. 7'I criminal which has ,Cooney former,executive
have diligently watched both' debateS created so many loopholes in the writing of director of the Starke/Bradford
and continue each day to monitor televi- the law that today criminal has more County Chamber of Commerce has
4'1" sion news and newspapers concerning both rights than the victims of crime I This is been selected to ,become the executive :
'" presidential candidates In my opinion I' the same liberalism that support* the director of the Klssim-
r. have yet to see exactly what Mike Dukakis ACLU's stand on hard core and child pornography -, ,mee/St. Cloud Economic Development -,
:
is going to do for me or this country to its as a part of freedom of expres Center beginning Oct. 3.Cooney1 .
,I' benefit. During both debates Dukakis was sion. This is the liberalism that is tolerantof
'' heavy, on rhetoric and very vague and immoral values and lifestyles. This lathe employed by !the Volusla
:, :, evasive on specifics; the only issue same liberalism that Governor, County Business. Development
V," Dukakis seemed really sure of was that he Michael.Dukakis embraced I Corp., since June of inns will leave
: would raise taxes, which would greatly his position at VCBDC,Sept.r 16.
n ::!, General. Election hinder the economic growth this nation has The liberalism of today's politics' I is not

,'," undergone during the past eight year the liberalism of our forefathers FranklinD. 'David Richmond, executive director ,
/ under Reaganomics, which has proven Roosevelt Harry Truman and John F. '
\ "" : of VCBDC said Cooney was
f V November that tax reductions are the beat way to inspire -' Kennedy, who did represent the strong selected from a field of 90 applicants(
economic growth and create.John for family value, morality and Integrity 01 fof, the position in Kuwlmme(
ita citizen mainstream America For the Dukakla
The other Issue Dukakls would strive for camp to ,..tl m4| to Identify itself with ."We congratulate him for a Job
|i. to eliminate Capital Punishment In all these grtiMl ...,.,. b. u uuxkciy of their MiJI dune and wish him success in
tales, thus furloughing hundreds oC estimable reputations And may 1 u>', Ma lieu poeJUon! ," Richmond al


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Bradford VFW Kicks Off'Poppy Drive

Bradford County Memorial VFW Post 1016 has started its Buddy Poppy Hiring Disabled Benefits EmployersThe
Drive. Buddy Poppies are made by crippled and needy veterans. All pro
) ceeds received for Buddy Poppies are returned to needy veterans. Dept.of Labor advises all employers of the benefits'and opportunities
Canisters have been set up in several businesses. Poppies'will be that may enhance their business. "
Jo available in front of Winn Dixie on Nov, 5,''Make a donation and receive a As some employers may already be aware, October was designated as,
at poppy to wear proudly.. Show everyone you have helped a needy Veteran. DISABILITY AWARENESS MONTH. By hiring individuals that may be
For further information on Buddy Poppies or VFW membership contact disabled In some capacity, the company can save valuable time and
-It- Post 1016 Commander David Barber at 9f 5705 or membership chairman money and at the same time enhance their chances to employ dependable
beir->, Joseph Daniels at 964-85011' and stable employees. The company may also profit financially by taking
advantage of Tax Credits and/or on-the-job training opportunities.
at
Don't miss out on this time and money-saving investment, Hire the
of Woman's Club To Meet November 9 Disabled and do a service to your company and community For more In-
A formation contact nearest, Job Service of Florida
your office.
I:>t The Woman's Club monthly luncheon meeting will be held at the
.j'. iwf J Jf clubhouse on Wednesday,Nov 9 at 12 noon The program will be on Public
,Affairs and Rip O'Stecn Will be the speaker on Hospital Services. .
y "Music'chairman'Mona Canova present )program oTpatriolTc songs:"'- -"
(V The luncheon served will be traditional Thanksgiving: ]0"Piece
a Hostesses for this meeting are Lilhe Bridges Elva Lee Edwards,Willie
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Robert H. Dawkins son of Mr. &
Mrs. Robert G. Dawkins of Starke HOST?' 'Wilbur L. Wnlers, 'Candidate: for Count .
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$'tf home of the groom's parents. Commissioner,; Dist. 5, Democrat 5UMbAYI. I ONtSDAYSPtCIAL IMMONDM. fci TUiWAY SI'EI'LA.LLYOUCAN.EA'I' ;
**3 The 18th ,Century wedding
'ffi ,. ceremony was held in a garden set and Fellowship r \ \ Two Piece Fish
food
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wore a turquoise 18th century ,
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I electric blue satin with pearl and "
10' white satin waistcoat and mechlin .

n.i" < lace crevat. *
(0)' 'Maid of honor was Miss Freda
U Jones,wearing pink and lavender '
'tit,' 18th century English ballgown of g
al satin and Imported lace,carrying around '
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;;,,bcri, in turquoise. She carried a 'round, .
light-blue rose bouquet.
The bridal gown was an 18th cents i
tury style formal bal'gown' made of District 21
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The outfits for the entire wedding
party were all designed and constructed -, $ r 'Irvine Addresses the .' !
by the groom's "mother,. Chance ;
:>' Mrs.Carlene Dawkins.

A reception was held following, the to 'You:' !
ceremony. Mrs Christine Bedford Issues Important

prepared and served punch ,to, the. .,
guests., -
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V, ,Appalachian Mountains-the couple .' i1;
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"' .1,': Sheriff. Nov.: 8 1 CRIME '; :!M: ;' ':' Developing Solutions toFighting ::12;
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.\ i Beef..ron Elem.,e"Ilia&Middle,lowed SchoolMesday salad,\ i '" r ROADS" & Need:to Keep ,;Pace with the '&

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apple crisp i
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green beans.peaches cookie milk. : HIGHWAYS ;
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W. Whaler on bun, obbaae' slew. ti' ,
jri r
:"'bfi: ,strawberry shortcake,milk i > J. Believes the 'Legislature Should
Tkunday Fried chicken, mashed potatoes AI : I tz
gravy, mustard,preens, fruit ello.cornbreadpFrMayt '
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mllk_ Ptzta. buttered corn, frail cup clivnamon *; C'' fl .' TAXES Prioritize the St te's Budget

roll milk.' ',
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,chocolate cake. ,milk. IRVINE Education, for Our'Chlldren to ,:
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mad,strawberry shortcake,.biscuits *honey, K Future of Our
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Christmas, Ideas' Reception Nov 10 St. Edwards. News
Hiiites.'By DoloresMeat,phon*/.,el'l$ '
'Christmas'
ceion'open Ideas and holidayrecipes'
A re to the community
Bazaar..
New Arrival...' Saturday
will be held Nov. 10 from 11 a.m. ,and offer an opportunity for' *
James and Vickie Qqwdeh'near Hampton Lake proudly announce the ar to 1 pan.at the Agricultural Buildingat the community to learn about the On Saturday,Nov:S,St.Edward's Catholic Church will sponsor their. annual
rival of their daughters Jennifer Leanna born Oct. 19 at Alachua General the fairgrounds.. Extension Homemaker organization parish bazaar on church grounds.
Hospital She weighed 8 Ib.1 oz:and measured 21V4 Inches She Joins her The Bradford Extension -, The theme 'Holidays in the Country"'will be shown in arts and crafts,
two-year-old brother.James. ", '_' ,Homemakers will,"show and tell"1 The homemakers will display and''have food booths, white elephant bargains and fun booths. Spaghetti and meatball
Maternal grandparents are Eddie and Barbara Fitzpatrick of Pen- available for purchase some of dinners will be served from 11 a.m.til 6 p.m. Cash prizes and a hand-
sacola.:'Grandmother is Viola Lefebvre Hampton Lake. ''their projects,and will explain their crocheted afghan are' among. items to be given. Everyone. is invited to at-
Paternal grandparents are Red and Karen Cowden of Pensacola.Great- educational programs for the com- tend.
grandparents are Gilbert and Lorraine Rasmussen of South Dakota Vote Etheridge wide ing year.variety 1989 programs-of will cover a Heroines of Jerlco' To Sponsor Musical
topics including
Home Again..., ,- ? Chris Meng returned home\ following a tteq:.day'tourrof North Carolina/',- i e;;,lit rte,,! "" ,:.q.!. fraud.. Members of the communityare musical extravaganza at the Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church on
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Stephanie Meng In Savannah.'He went on to visit his slier and family,' -
Russell, Madonna, Karen and Anna Gilbert in Durham,N.C.They all attended -, VOTE NOV. 8TH VOTE NOV. 8TH VOTE NOV. 8TH VOTE .
the State Fair there and the Duke University Gardens.
Chris camped In the Blue Ridge Mountains several days. He has some Hot Dogs Peanuts &Punch
lovely photographs showing the.beautiful fall/foliage there. ;Roltxendorf. FBTJB: },t Edwards Rd. o EXERCISE YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE i
Halloween Party..," ?, /.' 'i L; "v;?; #:%& ,&. :..jj.-j;}( '\ tSQTf;5.4-7 '
Randy and Sally Scoggini hosted a Halloween Party theft"Hampton A-,,,., ttiiolggdqcf, DJ8t.1S' r z
Lake home Saturday'night, They decorated'all around;:with ghosts,' .,'''f'/./, .. "''N_ o
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good The food.party concluded with a hayride' to a"scarey place and scarey sounds,, O- i
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Hampton Elementary... Winning qi,
On Friday, Oct. 28 a 'bigger than ever' crowd enjoyed the annual, PTO z
Halloween Carnival held at the school. Tennis' : .h :
Among prize winners were:Troy Patterson-Scooter,and Brand!Gatlin- W
-Scooter.Kathy Griff won the 12-ga.shotgun; the portal le color TV wentto Ip truction "TJ I
Larry W. Moore;,and$50 was won by Ted Curtis Jr .
Toya Browning won a.Coleman cooler set, an electric drill was given :. '.- Private Lessons
Rodney Carmichael,a tool box to Chamblee Cantrell Lynn Waters won a ,. 410 p.r Hour OR
lamp and Nancy Walters will be given a tune-up at Starke. Radiator and l.am with a Friend : : O
Transmission Shop
In the decorated cake judging, first J place went to Vickie Cowden who For$5*acru =
;was given dinosaur cakepans; Viola Lefebvre won second place, and Call Mark at i
Michael Fitzpatrick was awarded third place.The ten cakes entered in this 473-430: 964-6305 :
competition were auctioned for prices up to$25. Students Include -
The fifth grade won the award for classroom'selling the most raffle Z : .
tickets while the third grade was judged the best decorated booth. M.mb.rs of KHHS ,
The PTO wishes to thank all supporters including business places and High School Teams W <
those who donated their time,talent and material to make this one of the 0

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"Your office: has been accessible?and responsive to me

and my: membership whenever we have called upon ,,,,_ 1Y
you or your staff. We appreciate your willingness to E r
listen to our concerns and your courage to take stands t.
which are sometimes unpopular" ,
Charles J Johnson r
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f ". <,,your efforts in securing a 17.5 percent Increase Pin
has ''our operating budget has enabled us to give the
great CD rates.: l.argestsingle increase' in teacher salaries In the historyof

Union County,. ;:
James H. Cason, III
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J14Month 7 Month4OIJ "Thanks toyour influence, our fragile grant request .1'

from the Bureau of Historical Preservation survived. the
hectic process of deliberation.'" '

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8.7? Director, Amelia Island Museum of,History ,

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Annual Annual Yield i proven to be an articulate spokesman for the problems ('q < '' ;\" "
and needs of small counties. ., I ,

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Speaker of The House'' ,
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""He: knows the rules better than anybody
"House Members are also becoming aware that Crady in the House, including me."
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Compounded monthly" developed an expert on legislative
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outstanding legislators
1 t' $75.000ormo $75pOOormore. >( ,; are .Speaker of The
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( '$SOooo.$74.999' $2S.ooo-$49,999 $$50XXX-$74.999 525.000-$49.999 Allen Morris 'who excel Crady on that score."
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''il.".' ,,',r rI ,, New, Arrivals '." ; Four Local Women Attend Church'Meeting
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l" : t : ;.. Jeffrey'and Brenda Hays of Middleburg announce 'the birth of twin i Episcopal Church in Tallahassee i .
'\ '" daughters, Candace Lynn and Carmen Lacy born on Sept.: 26' I .
,,: ." Maternal grandparents are John.Lacy and Hilda Alvarez of Middli-burg.
To Meet
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DARw Monday
: '' Great-grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. Rufus Alvarez; of Starke and Mr. & Chapter ,
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"" 1' Mrs. Sam Saunders of Middleburg. The Colonel Sa'muel Elbert of NSDAR
I ', 'I,; Chapter the will-meet on Monday,
;,, I ,I. ,/'.,,1,1",.' i;,,' )' Paternal grandparents are Jackie Hays, Sr.? of Harpers Ferry, W.Va, ,, ,Nov, 7 at the home of Mrs. David Taber Park of the Palms, in Keystone,
,'i'>,1 :' ((1"'t" ,,>: fI\ and Bernard & Barbara Congdon of Chittcriclen, Vermont) Heights. at Z p.m. ,
,: "' ." "" .",,. I #program theme will be"Saving the palm Trees'%,speaker Mrs.. Mildred
Cameron Parker Eunice 1 Frick.
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\ Roger and Sue Eunice of Lawtey announce the birth of a son, imerori
':,. Parker, born Oct. 24 at Baptist Medical Center in Jacksonville'Cameron-.
I. joins a sister. Amber 2Mt\ years old. Class of 1969 Planning Reunion
Maternal grandparents are Mr: & Mrs. Lacy Dunn of Bristol, Tenn Plan
i" \ now to meet Sunday, toov. 20 at 7 at Limit In
Paternal grandparents are Harold and Gertie Eunice of Lawtey. p.m.
Lawtey to discuss plans for a class reunion. Formore information contact
Terry Eugene McBride Ben Strong, 782-n30: .

'. Terry and Kim McBride of Star City Ark., announce; the birth.of a son, PHOTOGRAPHY
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Terry Eugene, born,Sept. 12, ,
By Cathy Wooley
., : Maternal grandparents are Lester and Louise! Austin of Lawtt-y.'! Great- Vote Etheridge
grandparents are Eugene and Avie Austin of Lawtey. 964-4151 964-6066
Paternal grandparents Iris McCloud of Samson Ala and Cart Sheriff Nov. '
,c, j4 are ? 8 Weddings Engagements
McBride of Birginia. Great-grandparents are'Lee & Lavernc Slal.shyund M r*. *' ""..- 'Anniversaries
Luther: & Mary Ellen Laird, all of Louisiana, "; ,\ ,I: '
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Mr. & Mrs. Frank Norman of Starke announce the birth of( a daughter
Heather Lynn, born Oct. 15 in Gainesville. ,
"I' Maternal grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. Dixson Hepburn of Starke;,,

(,':" '." Paternal grandparents. .are Mr. 4 Mrs. .Robert Norman, ", ,lrawttty.' I\,;',, Draperies by Joyce.

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: I : James and Sarah PrinceJames Mr. & Mrs. Stuart O. Pauley of Lawtey announce; the birth of a son. Matthew Specializing In Beaull-Pleet Rods
{1 Stuart born Oct''. 19 at Alachua General) Hosp; Matthew wt.'ighcdjIb.\ Commercial Residential
& Sarah Prince 9 oz, and measured 2n ". '
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'. Maternal grandparents are Mr.. & Mrs. David Woodard; of SLarke. Greatgrandparents Woven Shades Mini Blinds BedspreadsEstimates
:, Celebrate 60th Anniversary are Mrs. Martha Kellogg of Live Oak. \' :-: Free : Shop at Home No Appointment NecessaryINTRODUCING
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Paternal grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. Grad pauley of Lawtey, Great-
i : grandparents are Mr. & Mfa. Obed w\ey.\ .
Mr: and 'Mrs ''James Prince Telephone Co. for 17 years, and at V
I .' 'celebrated their' 60th wedding anniversary the Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic.
'I Sunday afternoon at their for 14 years. Hot' Peanuts & Punch
Dogs. :
'j Starke home on Calvary Street. Six- Refreshments of punch, wedding
: ( ty friends and relatives and several cake, and various party foods were Holtzendorf Farm Edwards Rd.
past and present pastors of Greater served outside during the afternoon; Sat..Nov. 5 4-7
I' Bethlehem Baptist Church (where Vote Holtzendorf; IMst. 5
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'. ; many years) gathered for this occasion. Itiias I

.,r"Iy;,:,,'\;, .a ":,: Present. also were their 'four Store Managers Assistant Managers !'llty'S&ofl' ( 1 r II II'Joyo

i: M:''I'\,., children, Martha Robinson ,of
.I't'/1; ') : Miami, Clara Dean Sly of Moultrie, Sales Associates u .
I, I"' ., Ga., Elaine Lee of Starke; and John ,
Sunshine Jr. Stores Inc, national leader In the convenience' =;
!. Caldwell of Donalsonville, Ga.; and''I Haircuts.i .,....$6.00: Mut
Industry has Subdivi.ion701
store !store manager, assistant manager tak..ood
;; along with six of their eight grandchildren South tak..ood Av.Stark. .
,, i sales associate positions available for qualified.. applicants. ,Perm. Wave.$25. ..' Florid., 320lt
During the afternoon James and Sunshine Jr ,$tore5, Inc.; offers: (000)) 557551r
," 'Sarah Prince renewed their marriage '
'' Flexible full and part time schedules.:
; j; vows with, a former pastor of '. 964-2864 "
their church Rev. Jasper Williams, Company training program
of Jacksonville,, conducting .the Excellent starting pay based on experience and. education 3' 1/2 mile.'out 301' N.
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t. Mr. and Mrs! Prince were married '.. Medical/Life and disability ,. ,
: in the Alma, Ga.,and came to Starke Advancement opportunities and more! t' ,
in,1957. He was employed at the
Starke plant of Hercules Powder Co. Experience desired but not required. Apply today at f your local,
'. i '. for many years and later at the Jr. store in Keystone Heights and Waldo FL area?
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treatment plant ,in N' ,Florida Florida Federal's Liquidity Plus Account.your interest rate will be tied to the FederalFonds

Rate";a leading market indicatory rates can change dally.LIQUIDlT'rP .

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backed by the full faith and Credit of the US. Government. No money market mutual
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Florida's lands wetlands salt.l ( LIQUID TV I1-: *,,. ACCESSIBILITY Make unlimited deposits and withdrawals at'any Florida Federal

',preserve: office Write up to thre aid for cash from your account 24 hours a day. seven days a week at over }SO. Pubhx Tellers',,
1 i marshes and waters. 'Gus'propose ; ', throughout Florida .


i illegal dumping: of toxtic 'wastes.. For more'information and up-to-the-minute on Florida Federal's '1

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Church of God Gospel Sing Sat Lawtey Baptist Church Having Special Sing PUBLIC SALE -. t_I _REQUEST FOR BIDS ._

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There will be a special Bong and preaching service at the First Baptist public MI. of: ,will Mil various buses and trucks on a U

Nov. 8 at 7:30: p.m. A revival will begin Nov. Sat 6 p.m. with Thurston, Church of Lawtey next Sunday night Nov. A, beginning at 6:30: p.m. Bin Number 17, belonging Eugen. sealed bid bail otto 11/14/83 at 1:00: :::

Williams Evangelist. The Singing Fitch Family from Milan\ Tenn., will be the guest singers. and Dobro Norman: p.m. ? ,
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Guest singers will be Joyful Sound. Everyone is welcome to attend. Rev They will give a program of gospel music. Bin Number 64. belonging to Paul Radnor Vehicle and equipment may be Men ,

W.T Laney Pastor. 1 Pastor Graysoo McNeIll will bring a message and invites everyone to attend content unknown. Monday'through Friday 8:90 a.m. til I '

this service, ( Sal. will tot.. plate at 2117'N. Tmpl 3:30: p.m., at the Operation C.nt.r. 519'

Weeks Family To Sing At Pine Level ChurchThe The First Baptist Church Lawtey is located on Adams St. behind Ava, Stark, Fl.. on Saturday. Nov 1? N. Orange Street, Stark. Flo. Phone '

Lawtey Community SchoolCemetery 19B8crt900am: 2tchg 11/3-10 964-6800. ...... 76.

Weeks Family Quartet of Green Cove Springs will present special Working At Beulah SaturdayThere Control 0891 Sealed bid will be accepted until 12

concert at Pine Level Baptit Church on Saturday Nov. 12 at 7 p.m. noon. Bid will be opened and awarded '

.The Weeks Family has been singing for almost twenty years and traveled will be a cemetery working inside Camp Blanding next Saturday Vote Etherldge to the high.! bidder at f p.m.

throughout North Florida and South Georgia singing in churches and Nov. 5 from 7-12 noon. Everything I* sold a* I I..

auditoriums. The Weeks children ages 5 through teenagers will also be Enter at the gate Just past the bridge from church on SR 21. Please bring Sheriff Nov. 8 2tchg 1113.10 ,

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S P fII.... BRADFORD COUNTY, f LORIDA. '., : PREHENSIVE GUIDELINES TO PREVENT

NOVEU.EII It.N ,j; ', DAMAGE TO UNDERGROUND PIPE LINES.

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Commission require the City ol Stork*

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... MNMM atad' HOWMV ONIIkI. CONSTITUTIONAL ANBNOWtNTAA1IC4.S CONST1TVTIOMALAfttKLI atNAO..Nr wwd alp MMM DUlflclVM .AMBNOMNTMTKU CONSTITUTIONAL *UffllONSNTAATICL plan prevent damage to undergounq!
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OFFICIAL BALLOT GENERAL ELECTION OFFICIAL BALLOT GENERAL ELECTION ,I ,
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BRADFORD BRADFORD: :
COUNTY FLORIDA
> COUN"ry'FLORIDA. od'. ,
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NOVEMBER I,ISM A" NOVEU8111..,.**

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ce, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT; IN AND FOR

..je'o... a.... 11...._..".. t ns''T ....LSCTOISI Suu> N13th .. NO. I MO.T BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. '
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C.. ......... -.g f'D....T cauntT rtr- : .tCONSTnimONAt. To all, person having claims or

OOYNTV 1:o.._ .Ar.NOwNr eNOUwwE _$.. ......_-B .AMSNOMSKTAMTKLt demands against the above estate and '
Orldwrl ,' AATICLS ..tSCTKM I V.StCTKM
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DIMOCII."C _....... MTIGU A MC1NN N Arrrr rrr.rr_._ 1:8 Mi1CL S NCt1ON I. -..-.-.- You are hereby notified that the administration : '<
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--- vawarN 1MNOO, _. WILT Deceased, Coie Number B8-84-CP.

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.. .;0;:;;;; OaNa1rTYT10..AaA.dl..Yalrt- a I 8 .Ifrnr '"" J1 COMMIT UTtOMAL MOX.AlUNDHCMtANTICU Bradford County Courthouse, Attention:
tans l.LneI,00N F:r_' '_ tr M. SSOTNM* II ro..NriraNl= --....... r. .A..r. ..r. 1.r 1 IV.MCTtOMt It Probate, Post Office Drawer B, Slar....,
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1-...._ _......., p. Mil Nsw rowrcarNSO.rn- wuMO. Florida 32091, The name and address of

.. Ate w I'V.rr r the personal rprntatlv and the per
r. NEW ALLIANC CONSTITUTIONAL ....-- ar Arr. tonal ..ntatlv.'s
MEW ALUANC. cONMtm.a.utlONAAYNat I NOMr'AIITISAN4UMCIAL r.pr* attorney It set
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.Ow_....H' ."'..::,':c.0IN: Jrw.r.r r'rr, w rrr r __ r a *10I1AN COUMfGMSiCt =-, r rr =':. = :.::.:: All persons having claim or demands .
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M..1rG'M rw.r r..rrrw..r r..wt., +rrw..r ,,vets, FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to
Wrllrb Condlclo''. =:: r.r..w.r Wr/N'In C.MN.N ..r.wrrrrrv.r
I'" 8 file with the clerk of the above court a

(i.,8\ .. ... E-. =E toO.. written statement of qny claim or de.
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E 0 ......... ..... aOWfT '. ovA1111LYlANCIgM.. mand they may hove. Each claim must
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a..J.r..o.aAtotlooAN.l AaTll'xa' N.. for the claim th* name and address of
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C0t40R.ONAL _.i_, ---.-- .. claim
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I 1-- 8' F ri B BltjM! BAMT1CU I I' I: 8 xt r ,.,..r"--B nt.:.-=--8 :the All personal person.representative.Interested In the estate to '

whom of this Notice of Administration .
o-copy' -
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r r.rr r rrl OF THIS NOTICE to file any objection
wrNi Mas. verve -:00:r YraN r ": Fw N r .LY frFM of, NrMr Grraw W :=-:00:0:: arO.wrr := ---.1' 'they may have that challenge the validity .
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awdw CrMNr.wrc.w.r.r. 1- 8 ) Gr.N..N.r o..rW wrrwNrr..arI of th decedent's will. th* qualifications

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I =.:.= I I ahr_rOOOL' ,. CIIMO. =:.:.= the venue or jurisdiction of the court.

,0 Are.10,0.!Li:. 0sS..ON .. ,rrw Or.r Can r Ar.r r'r All CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT \

.,..,. rNrir -...-. ,. ,'C'NTintwNAL AMI... a.NCTItr ArrawrT'i. -. a {"n ..N..r.rwf O =. R.:=r' fi': SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED "'

aNrM.Nry N I"" ........_..._. t.llo'i": AwrlwatNCTNwfswa. Publication of thlt Notice hat begun on
ry.N h. on.l s ptw EJ October 27, 1988. .
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH JUDICIAL.CIRCUIT AND FOR BRADFORD ...:ar.,. 15.33: feet, u _ad'elan a chord haYing a bearing of North: W 'a
COUNTY, FLORIDA. cIegr-. 37 taieee and 16 eeccnrfe "Weee. to a MC concrete _U ttau ,' S',
I CASE NO. *,. ,15.A ,South 1 degree, 22 lnutee and *3 eeconde East (hereinafter referred to M ,
ANTHONY A. GIESEGH. and 'I COI.It'M A). 617.40 feet to a let concrete enuentt thence South 6 detraee. 02 I f'
a lnut:.i and }9 scads tleet. (hereinafter referred tocaurH II) 4 i.O :
, '... JEAN D, GIESEGH his wife ,,,
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,', ". Plaintiff feet 'co a aee iron pod thence South 83 'degrees, S* altae end 9I second |!
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Ia.c. 2.00 feet iiifLT iron rod Nt at die ba Imlj of a curve of e cul-de-enc t
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR Commence at the Northeast corner of v* o/k/o concave co the t.... havt g a ndWa of so.oo feet (the center of saidculdesac r
ROGER GREEN and
JOYCE A. GREEN, wife '
JOYCE DOREMUS. hi '
; BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA ;old Section 36 and run South 00 degrees2T33" being located> 50-00 fMC beterlY of last Mid Inn'rod a lon en ),
MARTIN RAY RICKS and KATHLEEN I
BURDICK RICKS, his wife 5ii00
Easterly prolongation of the last "cribed thence ,
said run > a !
fast, along the East line of oounoa
CIVIL ACTION No. 68 461-CA STATE OF FLORIDA, COMMUNITY STATE BANK OF STARKE casnterclocieise I1
: slang: the arc of said eul-de-we through a centralangle
'. FLORIDA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN Section 36. a distance of 66>4.35 f..t to BRADFORD HOSPITAL, $IN. <;:W SEA OEBUCK 8 COMPANY, and CITY OF STARKE, of 258 de&t'Ma. 27 lmt-s and *7 seconds an arc dUtanco oT225.5J feet !
;.,' : ,', ,ASSOCIATION the Point of Beginning: thence continue FLORIDA| to an iron rod j
.., Ht e die end of last Mid cum> (Mid iron rod being 62.00 ,
sold
I I i"" Plaintiff South 00 degree. 27'33" East along Defendants. feet Easterly of aforesaid eour. 1ttI8II.nd .t right ogles therSfrc )i
'" ,\ 'v. East Lin.. 200.00 f..t; thence run North NOTICE OF SALE thence North 6 degrees. 02 min tss and 59 seconds East, parallel with i
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,,, KIERT SUNDUSADEE et al., :B9 degree IS'47" West 20000 feet: 1( Notice Is given,thor pursuant to o Summary Final Judgm.nt dated October 20, ,aforesaid CCI\1I'H I, 409.38 feet to a MC iron, roeS thence North degree. 22 .
Defendant th.nc. run North 00 degrees 27'33"W..t ,1988, In Ca.. Number 87-t 5-CA of the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit In mutes and 43 seconds West, parallel with aforesaid case A, 613.9) feet co j \
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO 200.00 feet: thence run South 89 and for Bradford County, Florida In'-which Anthony A Giesegh and Jean D. the Point of pegLrring! I
: KIERT SUNDUSADEE and THE degrees "'''T' East 200.00 f..t to, the Glesegh, his wife, ore the plaintiffs. and Martin Ray Rick.( and Kathleen Burdick Dated October 35 1988. 1 :
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF KIERT SUN: Point of Beginning. Lying and being In Rick, State of Florida,Community: State Bank of Stark., Bradford Hospital Inc., Gilbert. Brown '
DUSADEE IF ANY ot th. lost known Bradford County Florida. Sear Roebuck t Company and City of Starke. Florida are the Defendant I will Clerk of Circuit Court I I
residence of Rout. 2. Box 403K..Ald.r, ..ll to the highest and best bidder for cash In the lobby ot the East front door of the Publication' of thl. notice on October 2S, 1988 In the Bradford County TelegraphIn
'man Rood Melrose, Fl. 32666 and Together with without limitation,the Bradford County Courthouse In Starke, Bradford County, Florida Ot 11:00: a.m. on' Stark. Florida: I
CRISANTA SUNDUSADEE a/k/a Crl.onto following specific Item of personal property ,November 28, 1988, the following described property set forth In the order of final JOHN H.JONES ESQUIRE 1
Victoria Sundusadee and THE tog.th.r with any and all additions judgment, P. O. Drawer 1030
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF CRISANTA SUN thereto or replacement thereof: 2. Plaintiffs hold a lien for the'total sum superior ta any claim or estate of defendants ;' ,Starke. Fl.32091 i
DUSADEE, a/k/a Crlanta Victoria Sun Refrigerator, Rang./Ov.n, Fan/Hood, ROGER GREEN and JOYCE A GREEN,''a/k/a JOYCE DOREMUS his wife ;, 'l '"< \ i '" ,,, ', Attorney for Plaintiff. :
du.odee, IF ANY ot the lost known Dishwasher Disposal. ,MARTIN RAY RICKS and KATHLEEN BURDICK RICKS his wife STATE OF FLORIDA, \ Control0885.It Il f;
I reiidence of 20039 Crazy Horse Clrcl., Witness my hand and the seal of this COMMUNITY STATE BANK OF STARKE BRADFORD HOSPITAL, INC., SEARS ,* 2tchg t/3-10 I ;
Katy, TX 77449, Court on this 24th, day of October; 1988. ROEBUCK ft COMPANY,and CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA on the following described -r-- :'f'
,',\ AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING GILBERT S. BROWN property In Bradford County, Florida; I
INTERESTS BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR Clerk of Circuit Court IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORID. to enable the clerk to mall one copy to '
AGAINST KIERT SUNDUSADEE, CRISANTA Control 0884 All of the- Contract> i1 dee's right- title and interest 'in. uidrr. nd to EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR the personal representative. '
SUNDUSADEE, 'o/k/a- Crlsanta Victoria 4tchg 10/27.11/17 that certain Agreement for Deed dated Decenber, 1986 M recorded in Official BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. All persons Interested In the estate to
Sundusadee, THE UNKNOWN Record Book 256 at Pago 387 et. fen, of the Public Record of Bradford PROBATE DIVISION whom II copy of this Notice of Administrative I
SPOUSE OF KIERT SUNDUSADEE IF ANY, Catty. Florida with respect w Uwreal property described therein MIA CASE NO.88.88-CP has been mailed ore required ,
and THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF NOTICE OF INTENTION FILE NO. 1.3967'IN WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM f
CRISANTA SUNDUSADEE, a/k/a Crlsan- TO REGISTER parcel of land containing 1.00 acre., Dori or leas, and lying in the East RE: ESTATE OF THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF
Section'' 1/n.f HE Iof SWl/of Section l 7, TbwdUp 1 South, *wge 22 laac. THIS NOTICE, file
to Victoria Sundutodee: IF ANY, OR FICTITIOUS NAME' Pursuant to AMY G. CONE to any objectionsthey :
Bradford County Florida, said parcel being a portion of the lands described
: HAVING OR CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY 869.O9. Florida Statutes, notice Is herebygiven D.c.o.ed.NOTICE. may have that challenge the validity
in O.R.B. 197, Page 312 of the public record of Mid county and being sure I
of the decedent's ,
RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY that the undersigned. Gregory follashCotnenca OF ADMINISTRATIONto will the qualifications
HEREIN DESCRIBED. Scott Davis A ,Thomas Moab Bradley particularly described as. all persons having claim or of the personal' representative, or

1 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action'to f,',O. Box 148, Hampton, Fl 32044 joint :: st an iron pipe found at the Northeast 'corner of ..id't 1/2 and run demand against the above estate and the venue or jurisdiction of the court. I '
forecloie a mortgage has b..n filed owners, d/b/a The Cabinet Shop, intends 'South 1 degree 27 8I1roI: and 59 seconds, Eaatt along the Easterly boundary 'oil, other person Interested In, the ALl CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
against you and JOHN DOE and JANE ,to register, said fictlous name thereof 75.15 feet to a. concrete monument found on the Southerly boundary of estate SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
DOE or other occuponf of Rout. 2, Box under the aforesaid statute, the right-of-way of County f227fomxtrly State Road '227)1 thence ferth YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the Publication of this notice hat begun on
2420,Melro.e,Fl. 32666; UNITED STATES ,Dated this 29th day of October, 1988. 84 degrees, 28 minutes and 27 seconds. .West. along said Southerly boundary, administration of the estate ol AMY G. November 3, 1988
OF AMERICA: STATE' OF FLORIDA In Bradford County. Fla. 231.31 feet to a concrete nurunent set at the beginning of s curve concave to CONE deceased Co,. Number ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL I'
DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOY 4tpd 10/21.11/11 the South, and having a radius of 2992.41 feeti thence Waaterlyl<:rc said 18-I8-CP. and File 1-3967, I. pending 'fn REPRESENTATIVE*.
MENT SECURITY 'and SUTHILAK SUN- I Southerly boundary and along the arc of,said curve,' 15.33 feet, .. neasured the Circuit Court for Bradford County JAMES R. FLYNN. ESQUIRE t
and ; along a chord having a bearing of North 84 degrees, 37 minute and 16 seconds Florida Probate Division the address of 409 West Georgia Street ,j
DUSADEE required to
serve
you or. West, to a set concrete monument thence South 1 degree 22 oinutes and 43 which l Is Bradford County Courthouse,, Starke, Florida 32091 -
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of written d..n. If ,
a copy your any NOTICE OF SALE seconds E..t.' 617.40 feet to a concrete nounent set at the Point of Attention Probate, po.t Office DrawerB Telephone: ((904)) 964-4667 I ,:'
to It on Peter R. Walloc., of Gr..n. & FOR NON.PAYMENT Beginning., From Point of Beginning thus described run South 6 degrees, 02 Starke,; Florida 32091. The name andaddress .PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE "
Mastry, P.A., plaintiff attorneys, OF STORAGE UNIT minutes'and 59 seconds West, 108.11 feet to a set iron rodt thence-South 87 ALETHIA W. REDOING
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whose address Is P.O. Box 3542, St. to degrees,, 56 minutes and 06 seconds West,' 400.02 feet to an iron rod sat an the of the personal representativeand Rt. 3, Box 613
. ''i' '" Petersburg Fl. 33731, on or before Florida Notice I Is Statutes hereby given 83.806 pursuant'1h t'on Westerly boundary of Mid E, l/21 thence North 1 degree 22 ed sites and 43 the personal representative's attorney Starke, Florida 32091 (
V, Nov.mb.r 24, 1988, and file the original seconds West along said W?.rerly boundary 107.03 feet to a concrete mutant Is set forth below
, : November 14. 1988, at 11 a.m. a sale of All persons having claims or demandsagainst ,,2tthg 11/3.10
' I with the clerk of this court either before set at the Southwest comer of a parcel described In O.RB171, Page 436 'I
' will b. held at Bldg. 1. Unit 11, Mini of, said records thence North 87 degrees '56 minutes and 06 seconds East, the estate ore required WITHIN Control 0890 1
lm public
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' '' (.i'' mediately thereafter; otherwise a America Storage,Starke, Flbrlda, phone along the Southerly boundary of said parcel (O.R.B. 171, Page 436) and along: THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE : ,
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': \\'r; ,, 't\'!;.. default will be entered against you for 964-8820, This sal. Involves property of an Easterly prolongation thereof, 414.00 feet to the Point of Beginning.THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to' STARKE
'<<(\: ,1 ,,-''"!i' ','',> the relief demanded in the complaint or the following tenants and what Is believed ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL, being conveyed with a Tight of use to an easement file with the clerk of the'above court a J
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I to b* stored, 'for ingress, egress and utilities over the following described parcelsCcmance written statement of any claim or demand CHURCH OF GOD
v" : .petition.' Household/business papers In boxes.A :: at a found iron pipe located at the Northeast cor.of said I 1/2 they may have. Each claim must '
,;'\' Th. property proceeded against. I.d Is sale of the entire content of this and run South 1 degree'' 27 minutes and 59 seconds East, along: the Easterly be In writing and must Indicate the basis : 4.12 N. tiT CLAIR 964-5445 i

:.. described as follows: unit will be mod to the highest bidder.If boundary thereof; n.n feet to concrete resent found on the Southerly for the claim the name and address of 'John: Spratlln Pastor' ,
; A parcel of land situated in Government of the right-of-way of County Road 1227 (formerly State Road 1227)i)
boundary and '
no bidder the sole will be conduct.dpUrluont the creditor or his agent or attorney We InVite you to worship with us. I'
" lot 1 of Section 36, Township 8 to rental agreement between, thence North 84 degree.,28 minutes and 27 seconds West, along Mid Southerly the amount claimed. If the claim is contingent -
,South Rang. 22 East Bradford County boundary, rod for eest Beginning. ,From Point ofBeginning or unliquidated, the nature of Attended Nursery
A lusts defsccriibedacantirue
Florida;, said parcel being more par' occupant owner : North 84 28 minutes and 27(seconds the ,uncertainty shall be stated. 'If the School ,...,*',.?;, 'lOara
2tchg11310Control feet Morning
,ticularly described as follows:, 0888 West, along aaid Southerly boundary, 47.12 to a concrete monument set at claim Is secured the security shall be Worship' ., ,;.> Ham' .
'the beginning of a curve concave to the South and having a radius of 2992.41 Evening Service '))sS.t.i, ;\ 6pm I
shall 'deliver'sufficient
described. The claimant
-",- feet ,thence Westerly along said Southerly ,boundary and along!: the are, of said copies of the claim to the clerk. Wednesday Youth
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STARKE Dbflftcrufe/iad/ rhngSeMce: BLESS THIS HOUSE'
.for Over V.eo" GENERATOR Hwy 301 S. a PO Box 207 '
alternators ,
We rebuild starters, '
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Steve and Cindy Futch \ E. St. Starke i
& Generators I 7rer@datnWysomSwhertwhowJ4Pve238, Washington ; 1
964-6200 ft(1C ;"'t"'ll bouts 964-6871
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407 N.Temole 964-7911 Keystone Hers hts 473-3176 ,_ ." genet !lly seems. to accomplish; His urns, 'I'

J- I throjgl' the lives o' people L Lamp f Jesus Ministries I r WARD'S: I
Community f So when! thai family. somewhere finally
Andrews Drugs State Bank' r'u, > 'l;,: L .:.; 'mov..'in-God can beg'n right away to bless Crafts & Consignments AUTO SALVAGE.
f .;t'., t"" IMS' hout>., As their talln is oxp-etsed Located off 100 S. toward Keystone, ,We Buy Junk ft. Salvageable/ Can
'for All .Your Pharmacy Needs'356W.Madison of Starke '11 r 1';; hero> as tne>r hopes and tears are spoken; take tight on.24th Ave.follow ilgn :I \
Starkes Only Home Owned ; i J! i .tJ ; In p'eyo' as "lf*y gather' "f Church with' Eve*. 964-6898 Hwy 301 3 MI. N. ol Starke,
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964-7170, (Independant Bank Ad."y s I ,,ks, ft. G'ow" .as they St'lve earnestly to serve' od..AlINahJreSlngJofJesus..
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528 S. Walnq* Sf. 964-&J '

Mosley Tire Co. AUTO W.W. Professional GERALD GRIFFISCONSTRUCTION STARKE RADIATOR INC.C11Q2ISTIAN&: ''W BEGINNINGS PRE-SCHOOL' \

Office & Personnel TRANSMISSION,
US 301 N.: Starke SALES ,, the best in dDAYGARECENTERSer
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and week homes al 'We Cam for vow Child Like
964.6600 "Worship this week every Superior quality
i Office d'TypingServices' ol All I town to takealeak'' YouWould" '
,' Service 'at the church of your choice affordableprtces l
24 HR Wrecker Kinds 661 N.1'emJieAve. e 864681OSAWYER 642 N.Walnut a 064-6723
I 964.6461 Rd.964't77i HWY 301 S. 964-6833
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Custom made exhaust systems

l AUTO PARTS, Motors .inc. DRUQI 8TORE ,
FLORIDA NATIONAL NAPA Terwillegar '> II
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BANK ,STORE Sales & .GAS & APPLIANCESC OLOFAH1ONED.ppu.rloe. 1> '

& All the right parts in all! the 206 W Madison & US 301 H us for ALL your .-. .O0& FOUNTAIN $E/ VICE I
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I right I places" Starke 964-7200 he.tanorAUt COneS. Needs. CamputerUed halrn,.cy ,

Staff SR 21 Keystone HeightsInsurance 1103 8. Walnut St. a 964-7701 127 E.!: Call St. e 88+7710 ,
i, 15W Rrownlass Rd. 9646060

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Office
Allen's Supplies
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and Printing Company EI Cars Royal
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Art Supplies Custom Framing US 301 South South ",
Center) 1401 N.
Printing! Office Supplies Special rates' for 'Church groups ( Shopping 964-8061 'BwySOl 964-8358 l'em-p1eAve. 9642858"COMblAC '
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113 E. Call St 964-3925' 1614 N. Temple. 964-8175

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

Is a limit to one entry per person each'week.' (except the Tornadoes open week in that case we
"c '21 The entry must be on an official blank from the will use.the Gator game) as'a tiebreaker. Please fill
1' TELEGRAPH and must be.dropped off at',the in the points you think will be scored by the

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

1 of the team you think will win or "tie"; if you think the Tornado game was Tornadoes 19, Opponents 7,
the game will end in_a tie. The person who picks ,the correct score was 26 points'
y the most,names right will :win the top prize., ,4)) All decisions of the judges will be final.A second
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(904)964-8484 .MIAMI y.NEW ENGLAND ,Starke,F,. 320gi, ;Q-
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""Old Fashioned Personal Service'" LA\VTEY'SHELlJICE' CREAM CHURN
GENERIC DRUGS AVAILABLE US 301 -. LAWTEY. ,FL, r' jams va UCHS.
WORKER'S COMPENSATION I '
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u.s. 301 South
Starke .
,Muffler 964-7200 ,_ I
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./ Tornado JVs Scalp KH Indians and 'Tame' Macclenny WildcatsThe


The Junior Tornadoes made it look ped on the keeper for; no extra The WildcatS from Baker County Toi iiuducs. "The team has. shown ';lot of im, year,the coach said, but he has a
1. '.i II I easy,against the Keystone Indians points, came into Tornado territory Thursday Starke took the second half kickoff provement." nucleus of about a dozed freshmenwho I
"',, Thursday night, October 20, at,the In the fourth quarter, the reserves October 27, but returned home and marched down the field for their Most of the team are sophomoresand will return to the Junior varsity.
\ Indians home field, blasting across took to the field Andre Lee made the licking wounds with a 20-18 loss third touchdown, with Kenny Taylor will move up'to varsity next next year. '
the goal for four touchdowns while last TD from about 3 yards out, and The first kickoff went tD Macclenny again carrying the ball into the end- .I'
giving up none, to take the win 30 to Brad Hamilton made the,the conversion reserve quarterback with who worked the ball to the Tornado zone from, the 25,A run for the extra
an 12 line*where the Tornadoes was short leavIng
zip. end run on the keeper. yard points again stopped -
took over on dowi\, the score at 20-8.
The Indians moved the ball well in
;At t the first kickoff, the Tornadoesheld the mid-field area; but the Tornadoes Five plays later andaftef a couple After several exchanges of possession FashionJean
Keystone and forced the punt. shut them, down inside the 30 first downs, Kenny Taylor took the of the ball, Macclenny put a
On their first possession the Tor > yard line. ball for a 40 yard run into the end- drive together that ended In the end- s
'nadoes drove down the field and into "All the team played well,"'said zone for the first score. A run for two ,zone with three minutes left on the
,;the endzone for the first TD, Kenny Coach Mike Gutierrez "everyjaciabcc.oftjbiesfiuadsawsomeac points after was stopped(,//'Iortl.tar a clock. The extra point run was good
t .the... score of 6-0. for tw"points, bringing the to
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yard run. The two point conversion tion in this game.1"-'---------- "the final tally of 20-16.
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On their next possession, the Tot- of the field for a'score, and com- clock,the Tornadoes drove steadiUy "-'- "-""
nadoes drove into the endzone again BUS 20 .Macclenny 16... pleted a two point conversion to down the field and were poised on ---.w Sl
John William) scoring the TO on'' a> "We are a much better football make the score 6-8, Mac ,' the three yard line at the final gun.
short end run., Julius Harden ran the' team than in the beginning," coach After the Macclenny \llnnr. with The entire offensive and defensive
,ball Jor the two point conversion On a Mike Gutierrez said while preparing the ball on the 25 yard line, Kenny teams played extremely well in this By Rocky Mountain
I keeper play. The TD-was set up by his team to meet the Macclenny Taylor broke the field open and last game against the-strong Mac
some good ,running, by Robert Wildcats, This should be a fairly romped 75 yards for(the second Tor- clenny Wildcats, said coach Gutier-- =-m.r All Colors
Hankerson The halftime score was even match, he said. The Tornado nado touchdown. : rez. The season record for the Tor-
16-0.) team has Improved a lot since they This time the extra points were' nadoes'stands at 3 wins and four
In 'the second half the next score were not able to get into the endzone good, with Quarterback Julius losses, having won.three of the last
was by' Robert Hankerson, after against 4-A North Marion, and lost to Harden completing a pass to Andy four games. 1
several good running plays scoring 5-A1 Saint Augustine by Only one Goodowns in the endzone for: the con- 'We came out'pretty strong at the 2000Off
front the 2 Julius Harden Was stop. touchdown. version.The halftime score!was 14-8, end of the season." said,Gutierrez.

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Bradford High cross country run- day nandina Beach erractic, If a Ribault team shows it'
,ners will go to the District 2-3A Cross The six girls are captian Ramona Secondary emphasis\ on' individuals will probably place fourth, fifth,. of
Country Championships at the North Tennant, Glenda Rosier Krista '. The top five girl runners sixth says; ,'Goach JUooer. c v
Campus of Florida Community Col- Oehl, Kim Hampton,' Della Scott, ''advance to the.region Ramona
lege Jacksonville' this Saturday and Yolanda Wanton. Tennant the lead BH: runner,, is Cam Ward, the top BHS boys run-
Nov 5.The The five boys 'are captain Cam,
ranked 8th individually An time go-
ranked ,
nerds 10th going In The first
race Is scheduled for 10 ant Ward Larry Green! Kenny DeSue, ing into the meet. But Tennant has'' five ranked Individual Ward
The first six teams will qualify for Blake Thomas and Vernon Griffin.( beaten all but one of the other seven' has beaten. He has boys beaten, at
the regional championship set Satur- The emphasis is on the team. girls this season. never
day....Nov 12, in Tallahassee.Both There are 11 schools in Dist. 2.3A, On paper, the' top-Mnked boys one time or another, the sixth
seventh:and eighth ranked
and teams of Bradford Coach'Loper has charted each all ; runners.
boys girls team going into the district i is Bishop Great Selectionof
High stand a chance to qualify season on paper If' Kenny; 2)) Raines,3) Middleburg, 4) Coach Loper the greatest
says Coach George boper. BITS has. Going into Saturday's meet on Bradford, ,5)) Pamka 6) BHS opportunity says going on is with the'' a
been plagued$all season from time to paper, the top seeded girl's team is St.Augustine, 7> Ribault.\ 8) Lee, 9)) rather than the individual '
time by not having a- full team of Bishop Kenny who should win with Englewood, 10)) Paxon,' 11))) Fernan- .team, : Pro 'Rodeo'Jeans
i girls/ 'or boys; meaning, having five 30 points; 2) Middleburg, 3)) Raines, ,dina Beach.A Tin ee of the five'boys have run at d
I runners participate on a given day. 4) Ribault, 5)) Bradford, 6)) Palatka,. big question mark Ig the Ribault district: Cam Ward, Kenny DeSue,
I,(I.. I i But, as of now, there are six girls 7) St.Augustine, 8) Lee, 9)) team which has a bunch of boys, but and Vernon Griffin, The others are,
I; ', and five boys who plan to run Satur- Englewood, 10). Paxon and 11)) Fer-: they, 'don't always run aid are veryIlfTTi in their.firstyear. All Colors
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i dewberry is a power football team Newberry 5-2, uses a split Right guard is Kevin Purvis, No. 70,, Newberry also throws the football .t"
J'I f '' 'which runs most of the time behind a backfield veer and runs some from 6-3, 235-12.''Tight end i i& Eddie Hunting about 15 times a game,using short to
?:. ,large and experienced right side of the pro-I formation: Main running No. 36, 6-2, 230-12. medium passes quarterback Roper Boots ,
( t ',the offensive 'line. It 'is'' bout the threat Is right half Ronnie Fowler, Favorite Panther I'Irlning'plays Kevin Farnsworth, 'No.5"< 5-10 from;$45.0O '
;" same tl"arn'that beat BHS 9-7 last No. 31,1 on the off-tackle dive'-and are the dive off right tackle: behind 160-12. Starting' quarterback Ed
,'i 0'"" I year on''a 19 yard field goal after a fullback trap,and left half Tim Den. that big right side of tile offensiveline Whitefield is out\ for the season with All Colors
!1/ 75-yard offensive 'drive, Coach nis,.,No.'33, on the pitch sweep, option -'; ;with right half Ronnie Fowler, ,"'a, knee'Injury Farnsworth mostly' Osceola.,.)
''I'' Hurse points out.1.. ,and the isolation.Fowler is tabbed '' No. 31, 5-9, 161-12, carrying. Fowler' ''throws short timed passes into the Get YourRaygrass Ladino...
I,: ."They'retough.1''says'' 'Tornado'' a hard runner on the dive Den- (/also runs a crossbuck to the left bet. flat to wideout Alan Barr,.No. 24, or'
N'I, I, Head Coach David Hurse. ''I'Thf'y'do nis is said to have good speed' and' ween ''the left guard und center. to wide receiver en the strong. side or... ,...'Clover.., Now
.1"" I' ( a good job with it,"'says Defensive' .strength. ''Another favorite play is the quick Brian Powers, No; 89.. '
d$J''" ') :. Coordinator Mike'Sexton of ''The Panthers run mainly behind sweep to left half Timm :Favorite passes are to the
iJ ,' "Y'; Newberry's "version of ',the 4-3 right tackle Darrell McGehee, No. Dennis, No. 33.: 5-10, tabbed the best wideout,.Powers, No, 89, U.S. .. -."- -
1 p 1 J''".,, defense. 73, 6-3, 230-12! a big hard hitter; Panther ball carrier., b | BTTHBFAIRGROUNDS 301 N.
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three weeks running, but dropped Thank' ,the Sponsors of the :: ,
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+I'"" J They have defeated, three op-1 1988 FuturityCocaCola on Police Firearms
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l'f i i North Marion, Interlachen, and Orian Wells. Chev. '* Rick,Wells '
I';,; f Vanguard Tuesday,October 25.This Gold Kist Store' Training in Florida?
t,i l; ",' week's Fe. losses were to GHS and Santa Buck Johnson Const.4Co. .

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''I', r starting yesterday Wednesday, I-BAR-A'Trailers'- Lewis Arrlngton h C'vi:'.":' :N';>;t; ,4f1.;\'I; "I\,\;'>' > ,, .
1H, .' 1 Nov. 2. J.W. & Gerllne '. .,# ? ; ot71- r
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(; winner of that match will meet the Dave &Jackie Gardner Awards. "" ,"
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'. ." played Thursday (today) at 7 p.m. If Greg Alvarez & David Smith r:' FFA Class ( / ,
< j Gainesville High' is the opponent, Warren Carvet,; 'Fair AsSOC. I '
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;'y '. i their best to win, but "We can win Itt Chamber of Commerce Calf Scramble,,Committee. "
;; if the girls are ready, and play up to' George.Thomas Stalls \
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Ben 'Holtzendorf BOB MILNER, I' ," ,, : '" .

Candidate for Bradford County' Sheriff '.,. '

''c COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DIST; 5' .


3t(if iU;' Along with ,only six; other experts, BOB MILNER


'. N, NIS. ,worked, on a two ,year project ,with the ,Florida, '

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Chamber of' Commerce" \,, V'' + V I ,firearms qualifications for all of Florida's 52,000, law

>> Member'' ,' ',: ', : E J ''E enforcement (and correctional officers.:;

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Small Business Owner 8 8 Bob Martinez for his, role in developing this

Farm Owner outstanding; 'training program, .which, benefits the

Past,President of Bradford. I will work for alt public and the ,officers ''of Florida. .

AARP ,four years,. not jtistM Bring ,this level l ''of professionalism. and lead r ship''

M : Retired ..MilitaryLifelong before the next home to Bradford County.. ,

Resident, o f, Bradford ,
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WANTED CARS. TRUCKS VANS I ,
ANIMALS t PETSSALE' COMMERCIAL PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE ''PHONE 9647776ft5
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--.-.-.-- -. y'A N.EDL.OI'E.T JUNO,_ CHEVY V* TON 4.4 PARTS front andrear FOR I
r,..... write P. O. Drawer.280 Storks ARIAt, axle.;. tranifera, tranmllon, ?ft5 T.mjiU, StQrktl; ,e at ,
Fla34091. 41711' etc. 964-5812. TFce PERSIAN CAT. 15 months:i old female. ,COMMERCIAL BUILDING FOR RENT
RATTLESNAKES WANTED Dead or alive. OLDS DELTA ROYALE: 1978. good running spayed declowed. 011 shots. Call Downtown Starke.' $200 monthly Can Cecelia Terwlllegar. .
Pickup site. needed. Mutt have phon. condition, $600. 9645494.. 2tpd .964.4705.2tpd 11/3.1o "*"*" .HOMIS.
and ft.. remodel to suit at negotiable price. ..... ....
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10/27.11110 389.204'. "pd DODOIi fluid drive all original.' Phone 964-6305 John. TFm| COUNTRY STYLE LIVING on Florida Water at Its fln.it I 800' of paved winding I
RESPONSIBLE MAlE ROOM-MATE Best offer. 964-3464. Itchg 11/3 BOATSEVINRUDC FOR RENT Office space or retail soles driveway to this superb 3500 .( ""mo.This home\ has beautiful wooden floors,

share.3LM home In city. $100 ont and to SEVERAL ITEMS. 351 engine,' big block. ,area. Downtown. Starke. $300 per carpet vaulted celling, 4 level of living space, large foyer, eat-In kltch.nwith I
month. Call 964 John TF
holt light. For Info call 964.4099 ask $350;; '81 Honda Accord engine I Iron. OUTiOAMHl new Evlnrude OFFICE SPACE 500 6305. ft. for new built-in appliances, formal dining room, large living 1 family room I
for Kevin. Itchg 11/3 $200; 77 Chevette, good condition outboard and trolling" motor, in box, 301 Storks. Apply.q. at Durrance rent on with f fireplace 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths a'/ baths, lnlde utility room 3 sunbathing -
WOMAN WANTED TO LIVE IN 30 to 40. $650; 75 Ford PU 4.4.1200. 782-3321; 1988 t 1989 models, dealer, / Invoice. Hwy Pump C Supply 964-7061 8/2STF deck. 100 ft,on Lak. Geneva 2V4 acre, with sprinkler system, large
tree room a board In exchange for help 2tpd 11-10 100% financing ovqlla, I.. GBM SALES, STORES FOR LEASE acres from oaks, aialeo, dogwood, camellia. Located on SR 21 S. Keystone Ht..
''at ho..... ".. lox 921. Starke 32091. 1914 SU1ARU WAGON 4.4. turbo. AC, 7 day, 10 o.m.-B PM.. 1-1100.544.2850. KOA/Walmort. '964-8848 or 'eve Atsumable mortgage Mutt see to appreciate!
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_2tpd ll/3-lO1 sunroof, tilt steering, radio/cassette. fcan 473.3627,1'/3T' LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS, PRIVACY PRICED RIGHT Keystone, beautiful
$3900. 533-2753 after 9 p.m. Itpd 11/3 Spanlh-tyle home. :3450 s.f.. 10 acre, sprinkler System,4 BR, 2Vt bo, formal
SCHOOLS 76 DATSUN B310 Good condition, mag LR. fully equipped kitchen Ig. FR. brick
LAND Ft: SALE ii LOST/FOUND fireplace, patio, pool celling fans 2
wh..I., AM/FM
cassette. 964.8685.
...- Car garage new roof, toned Agrl., 2 astum. mtg. $135.000
UNITED TRUCK MASTER, Truck Driver, Itchg 11/3 KEYSTONE HTSt Spacious, quiet country living 3 BR, 2 Bo, Ig FR:klt/DR combo -
Training D.O.T, certification lob 1987 NISSAN STANZA OXE loaded, BY OWNER, 3 acre. F placement assistance.; financial' old sunroof very cl..". Payments frontage. $3,500 Mr *cre. Also 6 80 301 South area. $50 REWARD. Call' $$26,000% pmts$224/mo. Sale priced S 55,000
available, corretpondenceresident, $187/mo.Call 964-2213, Itchg 11/3 acre. for $2500 pv act.. Call 964-4522 days or 964-5478 eve: 2tchg ULTIMATE EXECUTIVE LIVING Stucco *' block beauty with :3400 s.I
.1979 MONTI CARLO good work car 1-407-4646877. 105c J /15-1l/7 ?
training accredited 10/27.11/3 3 old '
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NHSC. yrs. on acres In Lt.yar.a. !
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$800 010. 964-4286.. Itpd 11/3 100 ACRESi six house and born.Own.r ____
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Call toll-f .. : / A .
r 1-800-346-3112.: Headquarter will flnom, RARE fiND. 3BR/2Ba concr.t. block S stucco energy efficient '1548 ..I.,
*-'Cleorwoter, Florida fcon I'hon.I64.ml or v 4-4537f. $2000/Acre.10/20TF BUSINESS I ,09 Ac., CHSA carpet above ground pool. Priced to sell $ 62.000

MOBILE HOMES HOMES ON KINGSlEY LA Kit 60 If. lot. 2 houses, OPPORTUNITIES STYLISH BRICK HOMEi 601 Falrlane SI., 3 BR. 2 Bo, carpet,ceramic tile, CHa....
FOR SALE mobile home. 2 ft-bulldings.. dock. appliance and bllnd..maln. 1,364..f. $ 62,000
FOR SALE Owner financing. $ .2468. '2tchg 'OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE 1125 NEIL COURTi 3 BR. 1 Ba. carport. OWNER FINANCINGI) $ 33.000DUPLEX
10/27-11/3 2BR/2BO, Bradford Drive $ 43,900
LARGE THREE BEDROOM concrete block HISTORIC HORSE FARM'' I HOMEi 40 STORE Choose from: Jean/Sport 207 ALVAREZ CTi 2 BR 1 Ba, frame. fenced yard $ 17,500
NEW 2 t
3 BR mobile home., fully fur- home, AC CH. 30500. swear, ladle, men, children/mater-
carpeting. acres, high and N.W. 29th AVEi 4 BR. 2 bo: stucco S from., 20.7 CH4A
nlsh.d quality construction delivered |7267651. 11/3TF dry Oottures, 6-stall nlty large sizes. petite, ocr.,, $ 79.400
and .et up starting at $650 down and $2S.oooCUTIEI I barn door and turkey' ,160000.. dancewear/oeroblc. bridal lingerie or BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR, 1 boo CB.-wood floor. 11BS .f., 5 acre, $ 60,000
$159 p.r month. A-t Mobil. Home. 2 BR Irene with centre!heat A el,. utility 964.5078.2tpd 10/07.11/3: accessories ,'or.. Add color onolytl CONERLV ESTATES. 3 BR 2 bo FP, 1800 d., easy financing $ 82.000
1-800-8888317 4tchg 10/20-11/10 roam carport I storage. Stove Included. SHORT ON CASH" Brand names: Lit Clelborne. Healthtex, CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft. on wotei,,,BR/1 Bo. $ 90.000
.SPECIAL n.w 3 BR doublewlde. ,only Neat e. pin t CUT TO THE BONE NO Down PaytMut lend I Chaus, L... St. Mlchele. Forenia. GRAHAM: 3/2, 2.78 Ac., 1930 a.f., CHI A $ 85,000
*$850 down and $199 per month..A1 1 for quick tale Package deal en (and and n.w' Bugle Boy Levl Camp Beverly Hills, SO CHIC SO CHEAP! newly remodeled 3BR.. I Bo, (freshly
Mobil. Horn.., 1.1JOO.888.8317, 4tchg RALPH BRYAN REALTY964U7S mobile home with SWOB*,'I ocre-up. Organically Grown Lucia Over 2000 pointed new carpet, 628 Pinewood St., Reduced $ 28.500
10/20-11/10 Many with l"rB 'eoki and .oth.... Or $13.99 one price designed ROAD 230-E.2 story,CB C frame, 3 BR, lVi $ 45,000
WE WILL TAKE CARS truck, motor UNDERGROUND (Mo' Mound) septictenksll multi-tier pricing discount or family SMALL FARM 3.83 Acre, frame 3/1. 1532 ..1.( $ 36.000
home. and mobile home. In on trade. I shoe ttore. Retail. prices unbelievable HWY. 2251 2/1 from., 3 tall born, n.wly rewired 2 Ac. S 32,500
Call A- 1 Mobil. Homes, REAL ESTATE RALPH BRYAN. KEALTY for top quality shoes normally priced KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUBt BR. 1 Ba, 1500 *.f.. wood from. $ 50.OOOBROOKERt
1.800-888.1317.4Ichg 10201110DO OUT OF AREA 'U'7' from $19 to $60. Ov.r 250 brands 2600' 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oak S/D extra lot $ 44 OOO
YOU HAVE A GOOD JOB but slow or HWY. 230 EASTi 80x4sa deep well'and styles. $17.900 to $29,900. Inventory, MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acre.. 3/1 CB, CHSA to near $ 40,000
little credit? Call A-1 Mobil. Hornet at. .pile. Vi mil. fr..rn city limits. $ .000. training fixtures, airfare, grand openIng '
1.800-888-8317.4tchg 10/20-11/10 OCALA NATIONAL FOREST: Wooded 964-4061, 2tchg 113.10Vote etc' Can open 15 doyt. Mr. Mor- j..COMMERCIAL.-
1% DOWN PAYMENT 'available on all lots, river acce**, $5450 Each. No phi. ((407)) 366.8606Itpd 11/3 WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE In the grocery business! ? Call for detallsl-.
I mobile horn... Call '1-800-888-8317.. money down $65.41 monthl\,.. Owner EASY-VENDI seen In Entrepreneur LOOKING FOR A DEALT Two prime acre, 301 5., Reduced to $85,000 |
4tchg 10/20-11/10 1.236-4579 or 16222438. 17TFN. Ethoridge Magazine and Vending Time Th. best LOCATION, LOCATION! This prim. commercial location 507: W. Madison St.//
TAKE. OVER PAYMENTS on 1984 14,60,2 CAROLINA N. GEORGIA PROPERTY." ., : vending machine for your return on In** directly across from WlnnDlxie, could be converted to your nesds
BR, 2 Ba, >., up on nice lot In pork Call lakefront creekfront home lots, Sheriff .-> Nov., '8 'vestment. Full or part.time, Immediate RD. U WEST: Four duplexe. ., $130,000 |
964.7012. 2tchg 10/27.11/3 mobile home lots. Carolina Country W cash return. $170., 1.800-768.3636, lean SUPER COMMERCIALI/ \ Great two tory building corner Call S Walnut. St.,
ONE ACRE LOTS with mobile'' home. Real Estate, P.O. Box 686. Hoyesvllle,., ,3198 *f., clean; excellent condition,live upstair; have f'
ready to move Into. Several to chooe N.C. 28904. Call Collect,, 704-389-8335.: business downstairs. Best location! Enterprise Zone Benefits $ 60,000 |

from. Owner financing. Payment let Icon '.34 ACRES--301 South. 190' on 301, 94' zoned commercial 96' zoned

$11.500.164.4238.than r.nt. low down. 10/27TF payment; from 4 Panama ACRE MINI City FARMS Fl. between 20 minute Destln to and the ;JVIATHEWS REALTYpntiS& Op.n Rural small 1BR home S ilnglewlde I CB bldg.. utility" shed $ 62.000 I
LAKE BUTLER 12 trailer
: unit pork $ 55.000
187 FLEETWOOD beach. $1500 down. $96.81 a month 10
MOBILE HOME 14x70.;
"Z Lg 301 SOUTH. 193 ft 301 '
.3 BR. 2 Ba gas stove and refrigerator,, yr term. ALSO developed lots with 964-4469 = **, frontog. $85000THOMPSON
964-6303. paved rood Call i-800.43.5814 or ST. 11.36:2..f.: brick. Enterprise Zone, B:n.lit t $80000
LESS THAN Itchg 10%11/3 DOWN on' all n.w 9048354153. IconOCALAMARION .."'slimgtrnh t.l.l., \hystltl for telling the whole town when you can tell the whole world SOl N: 1.S acres, MH hook-up 2 bldg., 240' on 301,great value $ 37,000

doublewlde horn.Hugh..Mobil.., COi 3'' ocr. tract, LI.tlnlTog"fltJor VA Acquired PropertiesArea: I I U 101NORTHbyEconoLodgel6501'on301 $120,000
Home U.S. 301, Starke. 964.6401.. giant oak, rolling hill,, wooded or 301 NORTH approximately 150'x approx, 220' $125.000 | -
location $9995 to RENTAL ON CALL STREET! I
Itchg 113RENTBUSTERS pasture. Many .
MOBILE HOMES Cltyi SR 100: 3.5 acre, potentialcommercial .
I Mobil. $12,995 $500 down. IPS Corp Realtor ,
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9046296101. Icon Moos 12 .60. with opprox. area
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Mobil. Home. US 301.,. Storke. Vote. Etheridge .. LAwtey HOMES t ACREAGE \ Ann. Terwlllegac Nelson 473-7541
964-640T. Itchg 11/3 ,*. 198 FleetwoeJ n*4 6. 3 BR. 2 Ba, Gelger' Rd.t 2100 *... brick veneer, ,
g' ,'UKI NEW**** l"xtt ASNj'2rlerg..88it ., i 'w Shed&U QV CHSA. ocr. n.or, !Bedford Lake. approx. 10 acres 4 lit. 2 Ba, CHSA, John Longford Master Appraiser 494-2291
large kitchen- wlth.lorg.*breakfast-. 10, N... '....... .. U ;1,.. W iqd.FmHA s iI tNOZMI.. "W, "*, !- ..' -. -dfy'w.ooer/,. ,Mpbrch..wpisss.4 ..PtuiUntvBojidolph 964-3160 j
,room lot of cabinet, cathedral ceiling Hornet.Celley Ing atfchmt,, unken living room, Joy Thornton 964-4223 I
with calling fan with light Wather Rd. SB*. t-.,. brick veneer, family room with Ig. brick fireplace,.
,. ;', a dryer hookup. 10500. Days 1 to 2 ACRE LOTS$25O I ,.CHSA Ig. chalr I link, fence yard. formal' ,dining room, central vac D.bra Connavghton 964-2833
I. I $t. Clair' St.: 2 l80_ CHBA with
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496-1307 eve 4962680. 4chg 11/3-24. >y tem. new carpet. Price reduced-.
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME 3/1. 1 acre DOWN I large family room.LAND. Owner anxious to sell

more or !I..., nice condition. 8x20 closed Union Cty 135 acres 2700 iq.ft.
porch, nice yard. $20.900.1645876 Bayless'' Highway .S... 100 A: Two. 6.77 OCr. parcel brick home.
afternoon Itpd 11/3 'Off 301 N. wooded 8 50 or. w/wall''
1917 Acr.s16x20 Owner Financing t teptlclawteyt BUILDING LOn
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Little Lake. Santa Fe 100.160 ft. lot ..a.3t.Ita. .
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storage building. $25.500 firm. 18 acres with' 600 .ft. Hwy: Hosted
c 964-5876 afternoon. Itpd 11/3 Land 'Well 125 frontage; new septic tank. approved for well Connection by .
1971 ELCONO TRAILER 2 BR. 1 bath i \.City one acre "uraSt."roomfor power source to lot. I Singles'

ii' ,,, ,, .' $3500. 964.5608 after 5 and anytime. -Septic Tank several residential sot Two Story House, Very nice. '*
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' ,. .::.i.,., \ 1910 CAPELLA MOBILE HOME. 14x70. AnJpusl ,
. '' ;. "' ,', tree central AC payoff or take over 431-1941 Anytime:
,a: '.' ;\ payments. Must *.. to appreciate. Call 'Bob''Math ws. Realtor Andy Jordan Associate s\C' :Ne4
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Susan M. Faulkner GRI CRB President. '
EQUAL HOUSING REALTOR Opal DickscnRes tucillt C. SpfyRes. I 301 S. :

-;- ERA Faulkner Realty, Inc: 9 4 7333 REALTOR 9M-S420 l..f :Hwy'Starke. FL l.[! .

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Located Hwy. 301 .2 talks. S. of SR 100. 221 W.: Lafayette St. I .REALTORHomesl.sots9.Acrcage

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DUPLEX IN TOWN Good Income. I .
*S VR. OLD IRICKl 3 BR. 2 Ba. carport. In town. I THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL ' *DOUHEWIDI IN TOWN. Must see to oppr.ciat..3 BR, 2 Ba.' I BEST ARIA Country Atmosphere, But Close/ To Srarke;, ; __..._ --'I'" .
*COUNTRY LIVING. Room to roam. Horse stalls, lorg. country hau..:: Brick,3 6R/28a. Formal Living Room. Fam. Rm.. LAKE' ,3BR/2BA CB S Cedar Home. CHSA. Stove R.fr', S |

NEW LISTING ON HAMPTON LAKE. 'Over I I>cr.. Great Neighborhood. Assumable Mtg.' Dishwasher 1738 SF, 97 F..t on Water 839 Feet Deep Well S Septic,
*LEASE PURCHASE on 2 homes. Call for details. SEE IT LOVE ITI J SAMPSON LAKE 38R/2S1/2BA Two Story Log Home on the Wot..r. CHSA,
OVER 2.000 SQ.FT.I Only 45000. Could be a show place with some TIC.,' I' Stove, Refri S Dishwasher, 3000 SF. Well S Septk.; Lorg. Lot. .
*OVER 1500 IQ.".. 3 BR 2 Ia. CB,fireplace 39500. .\ PEACE AND QUIET y 4BR/2BA Brick Living I Dining Rooms Large Master I ;
*THIS ONE HAS IT ALL 2074 sq.h., 3 BR, 2 boo |acutxl, swimming. ) pool Ig. < A Few of Our Many Listings Bedroom w/Wolk In Closet, Large Eat-In Kltch.n..FI.place.: (HI.... Well aSeptic

screen porch fireplace, 2 1/4 acre has nice workshop... .37 ACRES of excellent land many fruit trees, blueberry, etc. Almost n.w. Fleetwood .- 1 Acre., .
GRAHAM AREA over 1700 sq.ft. 3 BR. 2 boo fireplace, built-in BBQ grill doublewlde. Price I I. right! 3 ACRES OF PRIVACY 28R/28A'CS Home, Large Living-Dining Room
chain link fenced. Ig. open shed with cement floor 1V4 acre..Assumable mtg. CONVENIENT TO TOWN 3 BR. 2 Bo. 411 Laura 37500. Family Room Kitchen w/Breakfast Nook, CHSA: Enclosed Garage W.II S '
by qualifying' ''' .S K1NGUIY LM VILLAGE LOTS both only 5000. Septic. .
.. *NICE AREA 3 BR. 2 ba.''stucco. 1452 sq.H., heat pump, fireplace., fenced' .I ACRE MOBIlE HOME LOT with leptk on Hwy. 16 West. MOVE HOUSE TO NEW LOCATION 288/1 BA. Frame In Good Condition | rl
; yard ,Ig. utility room t workshop. Assumabte mtg.. QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD\ Excellent from. home, large lot, In Starke, 28000. Stove S Refrl.: $5.700. .. .
/" *3 ACRES well C septic (needs to be checked).. WOULD YOU "LIIVII 69 plus acre for only S150O per acre. Highway frontage,. ST. CLAIR STRUT 2BR/1 BA Frame,AC Unit Space. Heater,10x24. Screened .
:14xU 1M2 MOBILE HOME 1 acre, partially furnished.:/ 17900. .2-STORY BRICK A CEDARs 4 BR. 2'4 Ba 2388 ..t.. CHI.... rang., ref.i DW Porch. 112x310 lot 29700. .
l' *3 ACRE: 3 BR, 2 bath born.X approx. 72 C) .e*, planted pine*, pond and potture. Will divide.: GRAND STREET 3BR/1BA) Frame. W.II" Septic. 2 Acre .
i i*I 3/4 ACRES 3 BR, t Ba. C Block between. Starke. a lake Butler. ...ICK.3 BR. )H *a. CHSA, over 1300 .f., In Starke. fenced backyard. POLK STREET 3BR/1BA From. 90x190 Lot 9500. _
\Y I *5 3/4 ACRES Lawtey area. ALMOST NEW txdUBLEWIDS on 10 acres, good /land. $85OOO., OLD FASHIONED FRAME 4BR/1BA. large Living S Dining Rooms, Porches I .
*FINEBREEZEi 2 BR. I Ba, material to finish 3rd BR 'fenced yard n.w window BRKK 4 BR. t !* ba. Ralford area, on I oc,.. ell Around 100.420 Lot w/Shade Tree*. City Water Septic Tank; Lows, ,. .
ft roof. $26.900. DUPLEX IN ItARM rontallncomo $550 per mo., only 25000.: NEW RIVER 2BR/|BA SW Mobile Home In Good Condition,."Well S Septk. I
t. L*LAKE STREET 2 BR house, 1 BR efficiency, rental 1 Income $5J3/mo. POULTRY FAM A RESIDENCE pull.t form fully equipped on 8 acre, 9.5 Acres. T
close' to StdrKe.: Excellent Income. Call for more Information. HANDYMAN SPECIAL Two-Story 3BR/2BA CB A Frame, large !Irving-
*WALDO nice Ig. 3 IR, 2 Ba. S small 2 BR, 1 Ba: buy together or .oporote. very
beautiful land with pecan Ire*. :'. LAWTEY cloM I* school, 3 BR, 1V4 Ba, city water, almost new., Dining Room w/Flreploce, large Lot" ,
: *HWY. 32S 3 BR, 2 Ba,'brick v.ne.r.; on I beautiful acre. I. HAKE MILER city: water\ A sewer, big lot. nice frame home.tANOt ., i
!'. *4 (R, lIAr fenced yard. convenient location., ., 3S ACt paved road, nice property owner financing. SELECTED PROPERTIES' '
( *NICE 3 BR, 2 bath white cut brick over block 2299 sq.ft., beautiful pool. FRAME HOMIf Bviutlful\ setting; with pecan tree, on 2 acre, paved road. 3.7 ACRES < Two-Story Bldg w/llvlng Area Upstairs:A400 SF, Hwy 301N. ,
a Mimosa Drlv. HAMPTON O>KS. Beautiful brick home on 1.58 acr...2300..f., excellent water 20 ACRES SW Mobil. Home w/Stove S ."' 1. 2 Wells.. Septk. Planted' .
'r .BEAUTIFUL BUCK HOME over 2,000 sq. H.. Crystal Lake ace.... REDUCED., 1 Pines. ., '
.GOOD INCOMi ? More presently occupied.'COMMERCAl. ; 44 ACRES Will Divide Owner Financing Good Term Brooker. S
} 10 ACRES Will Divide Pecan Grave, Well S Septic, Owner Financing.

j Call One of Our. Professionally' .Family, 6uslne/ In Starke. Excellent// Opportunity 9 ACRES. Good Commercial Location Hwy. 16W"
I ACRE for Mobil. Home
Staff Today..964-5069t W/yn Traffic/ Ara Call for More Info < ACRES .Zon.11 Hwy. 301 South.

t ONE-HALF. ACRE Zoned for Mobil. Home.

g t : < RENTAl: 2 BR, I Bo. Stove Realtor Associates
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LAKE LOTS Crosby A Sompson. Owner Financing.
:, .Tralned trn. L. Faulkn. .....'* -1I.2 Call Vs About | LARGE AREA OP LAND Northeast Section of City

.eDorUn GocJwlr .....4 .-2S03 LAKE. LOU HOMES 'ACREAGE
I *AUItai lO LOTS 'COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES W/ YOU MIND IS ON REAL ESTATE OH THINGS RELATED I '
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TWO BEDROOM block home, $223 TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME for renton LAKI OENIVAMobile/ Home from M. Brooklyn Bay Rd. Something for BABYSITTING 5 o.m. to 6 p.m. JEEP WAOONEER CHEROKEE Four.
month. 473-3627 eves I II/3TF I 1 acre lot.Central air and heat.$250' Keyttone. Partially Call furnished, 20tpd72M2 everyone. Nov. 3 from 1-4. 473-7951. after ochool'children.' Call whee; drive.Quad-troc. Call 4962776.

NEWLY DECORATED everything furnished month. 964 4238. 10/27TF $133 montH.. 473-7566. 3tchg 10/20-11/3 call after 12:30: p.m. Itpd. 11/3 $2,900,or best offer.11/3 2tchg.! )1/10'
J laundry facilities Included, Video ONE ACRE LOTS with mobile homes, ; furnl.Sed.AC. LIBRARY RUMMAOI SALI at the PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING ( :
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,, room available. Will accept one child ready to move Into. Several to choose .COTTAGE near lake library, !! Ubrary, Nov. 9, 9 ..m. Clothe, mist, 494-2638, Kevin' Ritchie. HOMES FOR SALE
$340 privilege
no pets PALMS APTS., 2313 N. T.mpl. from. Owner finoncing.'Payments 'less mo. .! plante: etc Itpd 11/3 Estimates. IIch;. 11/3
473-.961. 10/6
f 'Ave, Starke 32091 10/29TF than rent Low down Payment From tfnchg RUMMAGE SALE and Flea Market,
ADULT PARKI Clean, BR mobile home. 11500. 9644238. 10/27TF RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY New AAH 3IR2' Lion and lionesses Club. FrU Nov. 11', HOMES .from $1 (Urepair
Bob
V.. mile from city Nice neighborhood: EFFICIENCY ROOMS low weekly/mon BA. High Ridge Etfate Call' ,Sot.. Nov. 12 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. and' ). Delinquent tax property,
468 1323,'10/8TF thly rat... AC clean quiet. Senior 473-7975,4tchg 10271117BIAUTIPUl iurnlthed Sun.. Nov.' 13 from 1-4 p.m. at the REAl; ESTATE Repossessions, Call 1(805)687-6000.( )
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LAKE BROOKLYN
,FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities Citizens Discount. 964-5687, 11/3TF Lion' Club (opposite Keystone High ."t. GH-1136, for current repo list.
paid, from, $37.90 per w..k, DOUBLEWIDEi $350 per mo., $150 specious 2 BR home In quiet area. School). Far table* call 473-24S3. 2tpd, : /228tpd. 11/10
MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut St.. by post depoiit. 3 BR, 2 Ba good location excellent Deck, garage tandy beach $450 per 11/3-10 > t-S-e-10-tt ACRES or larger lor
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Office TF condition. Call 964.8704.'After month. 4733202 or 4734903. 4tchg HILL ClinT RD. -'First road pat Gizmo New. two bedroom 2 bam """

MOBILE HOMES 2BR ( BATH WITH AC 5:30 p.mi call 9647610. 2tchg 11/3-10 10/27.11/17 on Highway 100. Thur* Fri., and Sat., on one or more ocrei Call NOTICE
i COVERED PATIOS t MILE TO EXCELLENT LOCATION) 2 BR, 1 Ba, $200 LAKE FRONT EFFICIENCY cottage $225 Nov. 3. 4 B 3 from 8:30 tll ? Itchg 11/3 days, "' -1595. evening, If ,

I DOWNTOWN STARKE 964-7498 per mo.. $100 deposit. 964-8704. 2tchg ,month Include electric B water. Fur- FOUR FAMILY YARD SALI .Pecan Street LOOK JUST OUTSIDI RAIFORD ADVERTISING should be submitted -
/lftF 11/3-10 nlhed. screened porch carpet, car Follow .Ion. Itchg 11/3 LIMITS mobile home, furnished to the Union County Times office .
I CLEAN, IN TOWN: 2 BR hou... CHAA, THREE BEDROOM CB HOUSE (fn STorke, port. '384-9374 or 473-2909 Jtchg PERRY'S YARD SALE 10 o.m.-' p.m. on 2 Ba oddltlonal front t bock In ,writing and paid In advance

I carpet no pets. Adults preferred $233 stove, refrig, convenient to shopping 1027.113MOBILE Nov. It 3 ml. tooth of Melrote on porch AC. CH, nice shade unless credit Is already established
i month plus security deposit. Call $250 mo. deposit required. No pets HOME :2 bedroom010 bath SR21. New/ued and hand made.Some private yard B drive, washer with this office.
I 964.6680 after 3 p.m. for appointment 468.1509 after 6 p.m. 2tpd 11/3.10 Convenient, private ond clean, nice for gift*. Rain date Nov. 19. Itpd Available Nov, 9, won't last long
to'view, 9/8TF 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED DUPLEX 4734161. 2tchg 11/3-10 11/3 man, $150 dep. 431-1568. llchg YARD SALE
LAWTEY APARTMENTS now taking application utilities provided $260 month. $225 DOUBLE WIDE MH -3 BR/2 BA lake view GARAGE SALI Hand( Christmas craft : "
for 1 2 BR apartments, security deposit 9648523. Itpd 11/3 with access, partly urnlhed $250 Postmasters Retirement Village Fri., 1113'L
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CHA. fully equipped /kitchen,drape*.. 3 BR HOUSE CHA, on'' Butler Rd. $279 ,month plus deposit NO PETS. 475 1129Itpd Nov. 4, 9.., Sat., Nov 5, 9 2. Turn rightat FOR SALE '. NOV. 6th SR231, south ",..
782-3531. New management. Equal ,mo. Call after 4 p.m. weekdays or 113CARAOI '. Gizmo (SR214S) and left onto Hut- Toward RMC. All kinds of household
Housing Opportunity. 9/15TF anytime 'weekends. 964-7824. llchg APARTMENT 2 BR/I BA furnished chiton Road. Itpd 11/3 utensils, clothing. Itpd. 11/3

THREE BEDROOM. IV* bath CH&AI near, 11/3 on Lake GenevaNO CHILDRENOR BIO YARD SALE Gun cabinet let of CARPET Buy wholesale! .. ..
Southside School S373/mo:964-.23. DESERT ISLE MOTEL low daily or weekly 473-1129.PETS.Itpd$250 11/3 month plus deposit 'dishes, tablet* lamp,, heater, baby residential I Free temple 121)) Lake, 11 Butler./': 86th Furniture SE 6th, St.clothes(Hwy,

10/6TF rates. Kitchenette room available. ,rocker, gift Item, tool., |unk. Acker- brands quoted with
/lewelry. glassware t
GENEVA OAKS CONDO One bedroom, lot. ol
( I BR FURNISHED APT.t clean and quiet, Mobile home for rent. Also ,mobile man' Inside High Ridge litotet. Itpd style. Florida reference. other Items, Itchg 11/3 pecans.
disposal attic,
adult only, Houck Apartments Calf. home parking space for rent 782 3332. "CH, garbage utility It/3 Carpets, ".0. Box 2488 Dalton,
9642358 2tchg 10/27-11/3 2tpd 11/3-10 room. 473-2427. 2tchg 11/3-10 GARAGE SALI Fri. tV Sat. Nov 4 < S 30722. 18003387811.( ) 10/27
SMALL FURNISHED APARTMENT In THREE BEDROOM HOUSE CHCA 1'3/. LAKE FRONT COTTAGE with large from 9:13 a.m until. Cancel rain. Car 11/10
lewtey. Water furnished bath carpet, screened porch no pets: Florida room 8 (teporote garage. Very seats, clothing, babies, children, REFRIGERATOR/WASHER Cell "
$160.$180/mo. plus tmall deposit. 964-3356 Itpd 113MEETING private $200 month $100, security. women., couch chair, coffee table, 11/3 2tpd. 11/10 Vote
Etheridge
7823949 Itpd 11/3 1-659-2779 4tchg 11/3-24. toy, ceramic, craft A much much SIDE-SY-SIDE REFRIGERATOR
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE ;in Waldo ONE BEDROOM HOUSE on lake.Adults more. 2 mile north of Keystone red Six months old. (Sears) $430. Sheriff e Nov. 8 I
stove, relrlg, fenced yard 225mo., PLACE .only. No Pet. $273 month plus light' on Hwy 21. Turn right on Gatllne washer and dryer $350. ,4 s.r _, '
deposit required No pets. 468-1509 utllltle. $100 ecurlty. 4737259. Itpd Rd., Itt haute on ,left. ,Follow signs X-$100-Dryer, $100. Oak bedroom

after 6 p.m. 2tpd 10/27.11/3 NEWS FLASH Singles. bars rejected| os ...11/3... 473-394 Itpd 11/3 / 500. Frost free refrigerator $
TWO BEDROOM t ba hou.e, ,front A being too crude to find MS. RIGHT: ButIf RUMMAGE BAKE SALI Sot, Nov. S V 496-3017, Itpd. 11/3
backyard, $200 mo. plus deposit with you're Into living-loving-sharing NOTICE from 9-5. Faith Christian Academy. I a' HANDWOVEN CHINESE NOTICE!
years lease. 1 BR, 1 Ba apartment, then this -Intellig.nt.romontic-3Os mile W.of Melroie on SR 26. 1 Ichg \11/3 '
downstairs, located In town, $175 mo. mole wants open to hear from Turn CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be.u'b- SATURDAY, 9 e.m.-I p..... Two' framed with bamboo. 288. Did You Sell Your Property?

plus deposit WILLIAM D. TIFFIN.Llcenied ons: Playful days and romantic you. .yenIngs. mitted "to the Lake Region Monitor office famllle Household Items, ,toys.Beachvlew PELOUZE 496-1373 eves. Itpd SCALES 11/3 Do You Receive Payments On a
Real Estate Broker, 964-5065: Turn.cffs In writing and paid In'' advance off Fairway (near Woman'sClub COUNTER ,Mortgage or Agreement for Deed?
: game playing moody to 100 lb... approved lor UPS $
unless credit established
Itchll11/3 people,Reol women only need reply. I I. already ). Itchg 11/3 496-1379. Itpd 11/3 Wouldn't You Rather Have ALL*
eves
'. TWO 2 BR, I BA APARTMENTS! upstairs Reply to Don. P.O,Box 812 lake with this office.MONITOR STAFF. BE HELD SAT. NOV.> B Ml. Camping 8 fishing 100 AMP POWER POLE Cash Now? '
CHS, wall to wall No CANNOT
children $230 mo carpet.plus deposit pet with or Butler 32034. 2tchg 11/3-10 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN equip,tool B mist, hardware, pot t mobile home Approved for Call.Fred FarnsworUr for Details
dishes t glassware, clothes, County Call 496-1373 Itpd
pan eve
years l lease., WILLIAM'' D. TIFFIN. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 18OO54S4991Lie.
1 bedding TV A decorator plants Much ,
PERSONALSLOWER THE TELEPHONE.
licensed Real
Estate Broker 964 5065.
Itchg 113MOBILE Classified deadline I I. 11:00 a.m.Tuesday 'more. 630 Jasmine Ave., 'Keystone, Mtg. Broker Inverness:FLSTARKE
4737184. It 11/3
HOMEi 3 2 Bo CHSA,fenced BACK. SHOULDERS NECK causing prior to Thursday publication.
''In yard:One y.BRI.0... $300 mo plus > you pain? Amazing new drug.free Minimum charge 15 word for$3.50;'
deposit WILLIAM D. TIFFIN,' LicensedReal pain relief.. Fr. information1. TSUBO then 15,cent for each word thereafter MISCELLANEOUSPACK

Estate, Broker,, 964.9063. Itchg 19528 Ventura Blvd.-,Suit 316., Tor' "
11/3 zana. CA 91356. lean '' 0".J1. .
( RAT Buy tell and trade "
BRAND, NEW 3 BR, 2 ba garage. many I BANKRUPTCY $'": stop garnishments;:, ble Item and antique Used furniture, I '
extras, 1011 B W. Pratt St. One "
yrs lawsuit end bill collectors' Complete SERVICES glassware |ewelry and much more.
(lease plus deposit required $490/mo. preparation of all legal document' Come *.. for yourself. One mile east RADIATOR &
To apply call 964-8073" 11/3TF Paralegals 1-800.4144435.. ,SEWING MACHINES CLEANED oiled and
: Legal of Keystone Height on Highway,100.
NEWLY REMODELED 2 BR. I Ba home, TRANSMISSION. INC.
Alternatives. Inc Icon adjust tension In your home Special 473-2183. 10/6 tfnchg .
CH&A corner lot fenced back yard. DRINKING WATER Pure, fresh $14.95, Repair all brand Work. JUDO CLASSES.w Monday t Thursdays, Heater & Radiator Repair
quiet neighborhood S335/mo., 1 I yr,. ,. wholesome. 473.7862..
refreshing convenient. guaranteed 11/3 tfnchg night cia..... Jr. Class 6:30-7:30: : p.m.:' Specialist
I lease and deposit' required 631 W. Unlimited supply Removes pollution!] CLEANING SERVICE, Quality, home Sr. class 7:30-8:30: p.m. Located at the '
i" Francis' 51. To apply call 9648073. Heater Core* .Water Pumps Parts
chlorine, bad taste.
< Registered EPA cleaning services. 47S 3436, 4tchg Plnebreeie egg plant on Hwy 214 In
'." h. 11/3TF EMPLOYEES home Lowest coit Immediate Inform tlon.Cry.tal 10/20-11/10 ,Melrote. For more Information please (FREE Cooling
STATE need close to ,
Springs, 3435 Edgecreek, DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGG, call Wayne or Moble McCarthy
! Work? We have'clean mobilehomes
Inspection
your System )
Houston,TX 77066 ((800)) 444 8659. Icon 473-3964. Itpd 113CARSTRUCKSBOATS"
\' available 468-1323, 10/8 TF ING HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL Call
'; { FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities LaRue' leveling Service for all your I' "" Best Place la Town To Take A Le&kl

;, > paid. From $37.90 weekly. Magnolia NOTICE foundation repairs, Keystone, 1 Corner 9643810 301 *SR 16 JDqvid
Hotel Walnut St, by Post Office. TF 473-7721.719TF

r THREE BEDROOM 1't" both clean close, CLASSIFIED 1945 FORD COUNTRY Sedan wagon O O
(. to prison. Call 468-1323 6/9TF ADVERTISING should be submitted FOR SALE with 352 engine, auto., collectible
\ ) CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central At:::. to the Bradford County '
Telegraph office In wrltlna and paid In t', ', ,. 'run". 1973( GRAND TORINO, 99 Wtndengine -
SdtlfAeeaeAeAAje rfedhfc& MfUAJ& taM daily lorfreezer lOr auto.4 47 =Mflt' :QfiFjJ-
aavance linleii credit FRESH RIVER SHRIMP caught
1{ 4962366. SR 121. Lake Butler' 7/14TF, (I.. ,already ., ...
C 9755 113.10,11 1t; .z"t:
mor.2804 t
established with this office. 10 pounds or :
I BR APARTMENT Indoor and outdoor THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE 4tpd 10/2O-11/10 1910 MAZDA'' LONG BED TRUCK 4 Lawson Paint & Body Shop

living with bedroom t living room, HELD RESPONSIBLE ANTIQUE WICKER. Tea cart candlewick cylinder, 4 <{speed. Sell'or trade for
FOR ,
opening onto wolled patio near town MISTAKES IN 2tchg mall or mid.tlie car of equal value. Insurance Collision Work -Tree .Estiryiqfeg
CLASSIFIEDS double bedspread 473..1861
WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER ,
children B elderly welcome, 964 86011020TF 473-4622 11/3
Itpd
THE TELEPHONE. 11/3.10, CR 229 NW 28th St. Star* 964-l3# *.
Classified deadline TUESDAY NOON TWO LARGE ANTIQUE wing back ItM FORD RANGER 4 wheel drive, I Ir

r prior to Thursday publicationClassified chairs Queen size hlde-a.bed day bed ,$3200. Phone 473-7413. 2tchg 11/3-10

display deadline I TUESDAY large book case and miscellaneous fur
=,Re V. DURRANCE 5:00: P.M. Special Classified display niture. 473-792O 2tchg 11/3-10 HOMES FOR SALE
placement I. NOT Guaranteed TWO ROLL-A-WAV BEDS good eondltion. -*
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PUMP & SUPPLY Minimum Charge for classified ads ,Is $40: wind choir with 2 covers.$2$., BRICK VENEER 3 BR/2 BA, one-half YOU HOOK YOU,COOK! = Ch

15 words for $3.SO, then 15 cents for cash register, old-1940s, FREE needs block from elementary school '
each word th.reolt.r.$1 billing chargewill repair 475-2876. Itpd 11/3 473-n04tpd 11324COMFORTABLE I Hand-Fed Channel Catfish ,

" be added to each CHARGED -3 BR/2 BA, tiled comb.
Well DrillingRotary ,classified ad, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY LR/DR Flo.room utI!. room, new l>eat. *( Triple H Fish Farm

.- pump new roof 2 car garage plus rcarport CALL 964-6182 FOR DIRECTIONS OPEN TO PUBLIC
2" to 6" OWNER WANTED for vertical and window shop screened porch on lake,: I.......
blind business. Be ambitious and ,all Pella windows. Vi* acre 473-4955. .. '

i "Pumps earn big money. Prke$5000 Will train. Itpd 11/3

Train Golden opportunity to make aboveoverage \ FOR SALE .
Income Call, today -
'To Be A 'Gainesville :377-12.48. 4tchg' ice Fill Dirt, Top Soil ai

Professional 10/27-11/17 ... Large or Small, Loads of Lirnerock'Tractor '

AII'6 SECRETARY LAND SALESLOT Work
FOR SALE Backhoe '- Bulldozer
o SEC/RECEPTIONIST '
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FOR SALE a on Washington Lake
EXEC. SECRETARY Huron Court In Big Tree Lakes sub, OR( ]..LEASESTARKE 964-6182 ,e 964-5825} :e 964-6095,

Start locally, full-time/part-time ,division. S1S.500. Call' 813-992-1637 FLA.
_,. -ViSIT OUR SHOWROOM, Learn word processing & related Stpd 10201117Hellft.
secretqrlal skill Home study and
For Your Plumbing Parts
resident training/ National
ALL OR PART
headquarters. Pompano Bert, Fl.

964-7061 FI1NANCIAI AID AVAILABLE ,7,5 Acres 220 FL on U.S. 301'

JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE'' I ..y' Warn l. BAIT, 12,000 Sq. Ft Bldg. La Z Boy '

864 N,' Temple Ave.. Starke ,1-800-432-3004 I em ta Aftnaa Round, 2 From '.

i THE HART SCHOOL ,y..*. old and rm a Boy I II $2OOOOOOWNER *

'. 'Nights & Weekends DIV. OF A.C.T.CORP. have a CeodT.mp.rameat $199DENMARK

964-7578 credited Member ad IT* WILL FINANCE, !!

NHSC o Bad My Ii'bets. (next to Mosley Tire Co.)
My backyard I* toe I

imilll) IDEAL FOR La-Z-Boy

i AFFORDABLE'' I seed minI room "TRUCKER';. EQUIPMENT CO..'

T.H'.E.'Aoartments' ,and lids to Play Wlthl CONTRACTORS, LUMBER CO.. 434 W. Call Street 411 W. Madison Street
d. Cell: My MOB* WHOLESALERSJARvi
---o' v 9M-4191. t 461 964-5826 964-5827
922 E.ro'WDlee St.. 'Y"-- '(Glead)
Mon Fri BOO 3.31) Sat 8OO 1OO'II' :
: Camp Blanding Rd. FOR INFO CALL OWNER : :
Train to bee : a 1tO47S A Fsu'l You C n lo He.tier Ar Denmark Furniture
Starke.n.32091, '
TRAVEL AGENT .. "
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i AIRLINERESERVATIONIST S -. LAKE BUTLER flPflRTlTlEnTS,


: family I :NOW taking( for 1-2-3-4 bedroom unit These
oriented withlaundry Start locally;fuP time/part time. FENCE & ALUMINUM applications
j Train on Nve airline computers.. I I all-electric units are spacious with lots of closet space and all have

Home study and Resident Training. Chain:Link Wood & FarmFence wall-to-wall carpet, crapes and kitchen appliances. On-tlte laundry ]

: and large' Nat Hdqtu.Pompano Bch.Fta. fa<;IIIIIes., Rontal assistance available for qualified applicants.
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i: playground FINANCIAL AVAILABLE Keystone Heights e 100 WestI --
For and Information
e JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE : application : ..
I EQUA HOUSING I I Pl.aso see ut at G)
: ; (.ow' Income A.C/T. TRAVEL SCHOOL
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1005 SW 6th Street

I !$lee. 8 Ha'ls1n i ii 1 8OO 432 3OO4M Screen'Rooms.! lake Butler Fl 32054( ........,......
Rents fat 30' of Your I .
i ;,: .Y ,Car Ports Or Call( 496-3141
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,I An apartment complex designed for moderate: i .

f ; Cypress, Mulch ,Pine Bark Awnings Income families. No rental assistance ? .:At":';.,

. available. Attractive 1 & 2 DR/1 Da apts. '.:X! '.1'

:-' ,,:, ,, ', YOU Pick Up oWe, Deliver .SATISFACTIONGrIJAR.ANTEED range, refrigerator, carpet central heat &! air. ,.w L '}, '.-t. :},:' ..
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We Also Have Red Heart Cypress Lumber I garbage. Rent $185 $22Q minImum.'J\Vo
cumpicle han, 473-7670 rot lnIatl/lloatlozu _
964-6649 I Forest....Aputmente TIt NE lilt Street. lake Muilei,M 33OM
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\ Stark Area AdsYARD FOR" SALE.............. 55.. 5'S' FOR SALE -_ HELP WANTED .

PELOUZI COUNTER SCALES weighs 1
up PECAN SERVICES machine KBTTMtlnfl;'
to 100 Ib. :
approved for UPS. $95 Call
cracking shelling C orchard
--. --- ...........-. *496-1375 evenings. Itpd 11/3, maintenance.. Also custom tractor services ATTENTION, EXCELLENT INCOME For '
CHINESE TAPESTRIES hondwoven, available 9643210. Itpd 1 1/3 home assembly work. ,Info. Call ,f'
SALE YARD SALE framed
FOR SALE with. bamboo, $288. Call ,NOW ACCEPTING NEW CHILDREN In my 504.644-1700. dept P848 2tpd 11/3,17
496-1373
eves Itpd 11/3 .home Mon-Frl, DeerFoot area. NEED EXTRA CASH for Christina, or a .
YARD SALEi In Ralford. turn 'left at caution .NOV. tmt. 9.3 p.m. 501 S.Myrtle St.:,corner MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS' As I low at ELECTRIC 250 else HEATER thermostat control, 9644353. Itchg 11/3 full-tlme |lob? Try Avon. Call Ramona:
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like
l light 8th house on I.... AIlIt.m. legion T.rrac. t Myrtle.. 3 families $14.99 pw month. Call 9o4-e946IF, 964-4340. ,Itpd outlet 11/3 raw, $75. TtACTOR WORK mowing $20/hr: tilling 782.3068. 4tchg 11/3 23 ,
shown on porch. So come, rain or sale. Ilchg3 NEWSPAPER PLATES, aluminum GALVANIZED $30/hr. Call Mr Craft 964-6697 or Jim- RETIRED MAN TO WORK for motel
shine. Friday Saturday, BIO YARD SALE ROOFING) good quality by my O'Steen, 964-7387 alter 5 8N maintenance In exchange for
11/4,1214 Old complete
Sunday 3 lowtey measures 24x36t 25 each Graf for Reynold 8 ... $5.41. 10 ft. p.m. 11
$6 76. 12 ft.
pm.4tpd 10/13.11/3 Rd., 9am. until. Women, ''tn.ns. patching and repairs TELEGRAPH. 135 17.93. Stephen Smith, ; Ford Tractor for sale, good condition.2tpd housekeeping room Call 964.7184,
Lumber
lAST CALL STREET MERCHANTS will be children, A baby clothes. Odds S ends W. Call St. 964.63O3. TF _4682624. 11/3 11/3-10 Itchg 113ACCEPTING ;i
holding. a yard sol. Friday Saturday Cool Cups. Itpd 11/3 ALICIA HAY In roll. under barn. I Delivery VINYL T5_' __ PUBLIC NOTICE As of 10/31/88( I will APPLICATIONS for manager [!'
Nov. 4 3, behind Th. Ole Trunk and YARD 'SALE clothes 8 miscellaneous, availably, Arthur Goiklni. 78J.37271. SIDING per sq. ft. Color not be responsible for'any blllt or other position. Kenwln Shop HI W. Call St. ,'
beside Mary' Vorl.ty Star, lots of Sat,, 9 til. 1316 W. Madison St. Itchg 5/26 TF available. Free do-lt-your booklet actions Incurred by SHERRI V. BATTEN. Itchg 113.LABORERS I
miscellaneous Item for .".ryon.. 11/3 SEAT LIFT CHAIRS If you're a Medicare with purchase.,Stephen Smith Lumber /./ ALBERT L. BATTEN. Itpd 11/3 Apply In person, 131 N.
ltchgll/3 390 N.CHERRY IT.a JThurs. ft Fri S-3 p.m. recipient with a qualifying condition, 468.2624.113WATERBED SPECIALTY CAKES Garfield Teddy Cherry St. Drivers License Required
/ MULTI-F/UWLY/ YARD SALE* Sot.. Nov. 5 Toys, tools,, clothes, turn, household call toll free number fa;mora.Informa WITH MIRROR HEADBOARD bears, AH, Pink Panther Dinosaurs, Itchg 113CONSTRUCTION i
x on Rd 225W 1 '/4 miles off 301, Bikes, Items. Itpd 11/3 tion. 1-800-445-4174. lean $250 queen-die, new liner and mattress Funny'Moose, Horseshoe" Hearts, etc. $7 to SIS HOURLY:
toys, tires, plants, 'lots of goodie "Itpd YARD PORCH SALEI Patti's House of OAK WOOD FOR SALE 533.2474. 9/29TF negotiable.. Call 964.8076 from 1-3p.mw 9646644 Itpd 11/3 Several Immediate openings Will train
11/3 Crafts, comer of Walnut ft Hwy. 16. ISM SEUCTRIC. reconditioned. 30 day Mellua.or 468 1763 after 6 p.,". Ask for CNA GRADUATE will do home-care ,several today 1-355-5500. :2tcha i'
GARAGE SALE Thursday, Friday Saturday Saturday, 11/3 9 a.m. til. Itpd 11/3 guaront**. $200. D. Martin 964-7529. SEVERAL ITEMS 2tpd 10/27-11/3 for elderly.Monday thru Friday. Wages 10/27-11/3
Nov. 3-4.5. Rd, GARAGE SALE Sear 13 cu'ft..Irost-free negotiabie.964.2810. 2tpd 11/3-10 ;
Morgan corner of Frl ft Sat.Color TV. 2Oga. 4tpd 10/13-11/3
Rd. 16 8 233. second hou. behind Shotgun playpen high chair, swing 12* AMP LINCOLN WELDER $250 OBO refrlgerotor/treeser, $75: Bahama, RITE-WAV ROOFING CO ....roofs, New \ i
couch '
Handy.Way. with extra covert $30, All. In Roots, leaks Fixed Rools.
Itpd 11/3 stroller, walker, baby bed sofa, 2tchg 10/27-11/3 Shingle
perfect ....
? GARAGE ALE: 1500 .....nt Rd. Friday loveteat; ; pots ft pan, theet, WEDDING GOWN with veil and slip, size roll, $.25.condition.Call 964-7322 Wallpaper double 964-3392 964.2976. 9647612. Itchg -
i Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Furniture, bedspread. dungaree, tires, vacuum 14, asking $100. 964-3446, ask far Pal. Itpd 113APPLIANCES after 6pm. I K I K CLEANING SERVICE) Commercial Vote Etheridge ,i
clothing toys, tools .2 hair drying cleaner., sweeper, electric heat 1979 2\chg 10/20-27 like ,and I business; personal services.
new, 6 old Sears
chairs Itpd 11/3 Ford Fairmont. 7 miles South of Starkeon FRESH RIVER SHRIMP for freezer Heavy-duty washer mos References available 9644908. 8/18 Sheriff a Nov. 8 "
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THREE FAMILY YARD SALE Nov.; 493. Rd. 100 on left Itpd 11/3 2B4.9755..4tpd 10201110IICONDITIONED now $300 dryer, was $700 EOW ""paI- St
p.m. and Nov 9-4 p.m. Velox treadle YARD SALE' Friday I a.m. til. 347 N. APPLIANCESt range $300 Hotpolift 11/3 countertop elec.
Itpd
sewing machine, twin size bed set and 'Church St. Household goods, lot of r.frlg.ra.owa.her.. &1 dry.r.. Exc WE FURNISH HOGS butchered and HELP WANTED
", more. Corner 2nd Ave (.....n. Rd.) clothe for everyone and much more. .ll.nt condition. 30 day warranty. Ed'i dr..ed.for freezer.
"i and 10th Sf. Itpd 11/3 Itpd 113EDWARDS Appll""" .Sales,Service I Parts,110 E. $1 per pound SECRETARIALOPPORTUNITIES
hanging
YARD SALE lOAD look Call weight.782.3292.2tpd 11/3.10 THE CITY OF STARKE POWER PLANT has
Multl-Family- W. Pratt for signs multi- I. Stark,, 44-2Ut.. 2rpd 1974 Grand: Prix
St. Frl ft Sat.. !11/4-3.. 8 a.m, to/ 4 p.m. family yard sole Toys, clothe, furniture 10/27-11/3 ,2 door needi fronsmisSion an opening for the position of power
,. Itpd 113FRIDAY rum good, $600 1974 trailer on 1 plant operator This (lion- Involves
Bam. til. Itchg 11/3 UPRIGHT FREEZER) need the pot Shands
mon.y.Mu.1 acre of land $3 Hospital Is
YARD SALE, 8 a m. to 4 p.m. .MULTI-FAMILY 'YARD SALE Friday ft Mil $65. Call 964.2227 oft., 4 of 000, equity and takeover shift work. The minimum requirementsare
North 301, turn right Textile Town second Saturday 8:30: til. Maternity cloth... bm. 10/27-11/3 964-4243 payment' $205 per month : graduation from an approved high currently recruiting
house on I.ft. Baby. thing, toys, baby clothe*, baby things, men X 1000 SUNKDS. TONING TABLESi'Sunal-! Itpd 1113PERSONAL school or GED; prior power plant or full-time and part-time
ml.c. Itpd 11/3 ,women cloth.., two batt.ry-chorged WOLFF Tanning Bd, SI.nd.rQu.it electrical experience preferred. Applications entry-level secretaries for
4 FAMILY YARD SALEs' Sot., 11/3 84p 'three wheeler SR 18 In Hampton. Poulva Exercisers. Call for FREE color SERVICESWANT will be received until 5 p.m; various departments
,m., 411 N. St., Clair St. Oil heater, House by RR tracks, past Handy Way. catalogue.' Sav* to 50. ,%, Friday Nov. 4, 1988. Apply at the City
k.ro..n. heater cloth.., .hoe>, TV Look for sign. 468-2963. Itpd 11/3 18008353826. Icon TO DRINK of Starke City Hall Personnel' Office, throughout the Hospital.
with radio n.w porta-potty. 11/3 / THURS. FRI ft SAT.t 9.5 p.m. 2 'families, SPECIAL 1.05 cents per 'square, foot THATS. YOU BUSINESS t 209 N. Thompson St., Starke" :2tchg 'Applicants should have
GARAGE I YARD SALE: Friday t Sat.i.' rain or shine large S small clothes, through Nov. 11. Foil-not Kraft paper. WANT TO STOP 1027.113SALES 'one year of secretarial
1145. SIS Alton Rd., 8 o.m. tll. Lostone plants, handcrafts books, sink ft Bulk Rates available, lowe.t' prices.wide THAT'S OURS I : live and work In the beautiful experience word .
of '881 Don't have much but,boy cabinet vanity ,dresser dinette amore selection, INNOVATIVE ENERGV Alcoholic Anonymous Tampa area. Growing Industrial trailer processing ''
'It'* marked GREATI) Itpd 11/3 West 100 behind Olln'i Mobile COMPANY 800.825.0123 or \ '*..-.ISO or'".2000 manufacturer Is looking for an, experienced knowledge and'
: YARD SALE Friday Saturday. Fur Home Signs. Itchg 11/3 ((817)551-5277) Icon pd thru 12/29 salesman with managerial be able to type 45 CWPM. r:
nltur, clothe, dlshe., curtain 307 S. 3 FAMILY YARD SALE at Jo.lu Motel, Frl MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS) Cemeinhardt ,CHAIN UNK FENCE Installed. Free potential.' Send resume to North Crescent ..
Church St. Itpd 11/3 ft Sat., gift Items, pot flower, baby Flute $80. 5 String Ion|10. Big Discount estimate HANDY-MAN FENCE' CO.. Properties, 120 Geofirey Court, FULL-TIME OPENINGS
,. YARD SALE 910 Southgate Drive:Friday clothe, lots more.' Something for HIIIBIIIy Video, Keystone Hts. Owner Tommy Reddish. 964.8559 TF Old.mar.Fl. 34677. 2tpd 10/27.11/1 : Immunology,
I.,' 4 Saturday 11/4.5, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m, everyone. Itpd 113NEIGHBORHOOD 4737305 Hpd 11/3 BULLDOZER ,WORK $40 per hour, WELDERS to $16 hourly. Bring gear andbe
,1\'\ Itpd 11/3 GARAGE SALEi' Sot.. 1tl2 KAWASAKI KZ 1100 Spectrec very 782.3306. If no answer,782.3954, leave ready Several openings, torn will Anesthesiology,
,. .',:IT \ *. YARD *. 11/S, Green Acres Subdivision Hwy 16 .good condition 468.2375. Itchg 11/3 name and number 8/25TF train. 13555500. 2tchg 10/27-11/3 Pharmacy. Lab Admin,.
.I a.':. <""\' toward prison to NWi54I th Avelook 1 mile West of 301. Good quality USED OFFICE FURNITURE! metal, 'WELL DRILLING PUMPS I SERVICE Durranee FULL-TIME STYLIST NEEDED paid vacation Clinical Engineering

; for sign Furniture, household Items clothing toy, much more Itpd 11/3 secretary desk: metal executive desk; Pump S Supply Co., Water and.holidays. Salary.or commis. Nemo-Functions
'adult ft kid cloth.., lots of misc. stuff. FRIDAY.11/4, Hwy. 16 Wet and Ace Rd. wooden executive desk: miscellaneous Systems 'Specialists. 864 N Tempi ,sign 964 2323. 2tchg 11/3 10 Nursing Research.
Itpd 11/3 near Roll ord and SR 121, Baby clothe,, chairs. Make reasonable oiler. Call Ave. US 301, Storke, Fl 32O9 .'9/8TF '
., .YARD SALE 2'' sets .encyclopedias,, boy ft girl,. newborn to 6 yrs, like alter: 6 p.m.,' 475.2195 or 964-6922. CLEANING ATTICS AND GARAGES-., Vote Etheridge Information Services
ladles, mens and boys cloths jeans n.w. clean and In plastic bags. Plus all 2tchg 11/3-10 Reasonable price, 964.3446,, Ask for (
size 1016.Thursday until sold 4 miles sizes adult clothes, like new, $1 and, .SIGNATURE CHEST FREEZER:' 23 cu:It., Pat 4tchg 10/20.11/10\ Sheriff. e Nov. 8 PART-TIME OPENINGS'
1 jl(,,N. of Storks on 301 Itchg'11/3, ,$2, Misc. Christmas and other Items, Now In use, I works good,{ ,$250. LAWN SERVICE residential' and commer'iclol 1 ,.. ... Blood Bank Nursing
431-1200., Itchg 11/3 964-1<<2. Itchg 11/3 lawsn,vacuumed mowed, cypress'
mulching tree removed. 96-4-4238, 'ESTABLISHED '
CABINET COMPANY.eek. !
Strickland Sewing I 1027TFJimmy -'' Ing experienced and dependable Individual SubmitApplicationResume
Must be knowledgeable In air S
'Machine Sales fields of cabinet layout and Installa-; By Friday. Nov. 11. X988 I

5 I lIon, Pay negotiable depending upon SHANDS HOSPITAL
and Service j experience. 964 4380 days 8.5 or At theUNIVERSITY
964.6238 eves. Only experienced. need
"HAIR''LOCK SERGERS PEC I .r apply. Itchg 11/3 OF
((4 thread& 3 thread) SEWING MACHINE MECHANIC position FLORIDA
Stitch 4 Thread R. Williams ,available. Experience necessary Box J.347
Straight 469 Salary, negotiable 7 paid holidays
; Gainesville Fl. 326O7
( Zlg zagBuitopHole ,All Types Roof Repair paid vacation. 'Apply in person at' EOE

j 16 & 233 Vogue Mfg* 710 S. Water, St., Stark.,
Rd
1 Machines' Hwy. (Morgan ] No Job too big or too small! 964-5064. 11/3TF
,Free Arm
Bed Behind Handy Way Starke ,,15 Yean Expe.ile.nc. > '' EASY WORK! EXCELLENT .PAY! Assemble We Bring the Science
Flat Machines
964-8733 J products at home.Call for Inform Healthcare to I4fe.
New&: Used k ;:: Anytime. tion. 304.641.8003.ext. 9579. 4tpd

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Global House of Orange Park f

',' Announces RUMMAGE SALEWe
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: ';i \ Year-End CLEARANCE SALE: :f' ,

: 'goofed', the dates for the UMW Ramnnage/ '
,4:: : Single Wides Under $200 Monthly FIRST AMERICA FINANCIAL ,
: sale
were incorrect In the September newsletter./
,,.,<, (, 5% &''7% Down CORPORATION
; >> ( The
correct dates are Nov. 4th and 5th On
Friday
,i", 'Double Wldes Under $250 EARN $230,000 + PER YEAR
,) Monthly"
4th the
.. the time Is from 9:00: to 1:00: and on ,Saturday I
:' Like New Repo's Individually or $807,500 with 10
;: the time to the of the
;f tsy,: ; ;:,,: :"" ,Land Package Deals in Your Area associates (est.) with America's most church week.of'October: 31st 1 1
1. i or call Minnie Box at 964-8749.
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:+, II, ''! ''';' .,.":" ', ',' '" CAIX 276-3647 exciting business opportunity.We .
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'j\\ have attracted CPA's lawyers MBA's.. ;
',,1\\ 1'j.' fiflfi, ,
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I'' ,', ,'" I II ,' ,, management executives, salespeople. and others
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', ,'.. \\:': 4 ((RESIDENT MANAGER NEEDED) who own franchises. Store ;Managers e Assistant, Managers

Brand new product Unlimited market Sales Associates
',', \'\ ,": Mature\ couple wanted for'' 44-unit ,rental YOU allocate ,
CLIENT
\ benefits your
", I Starke. Sunshine Jr.: Stores, Inc. national leader In the conveniencestore ,
in Apartment
property own time
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no
substantially at industry has store manager, assistant manager and
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"'i';';. ': :H" management experience beneficial. a Expert training
... Y extra costProduct sales associate positions available for qualified applicants,
, ..; .i" ,, maintenance experience required. No .
; sells Itself Inventory, Sunshine Jr. Stores. Inc.'offers:

MUst be, bondable. ,no pets. when shown' Minimal overhead Flexible full and part time schedules. .

., Salary ,plus apartment and utflttfes. Not a franchise or Company training program '
No competition. MLM Excellent starting based on experience'and education
, ; '., Send resume toHERITAGEVILLAS -: pay .

,i, ', (rY1il'; : OF PALM COAST. Limited number of Marketing Rights Retirement program ,
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Medical/Life and
;\ ,, ;: "'\ P. O. Box 10293 Clearwater, Fl 34617 TOTAL INVESTMENT $20,000 Advancement opportunities disability and morel!

'f'i ,'." Equal Opportunity Employer rOUAL HOUalNO For an Information package call Experience desired but not required. Apply today at your local,

,tl!','I,''Uiil',1', "i 9r':;,,"',:',, .., ((416)368-0464) or ((416)941-9922) Jr store In Keystone Heights and\ Waldo, FL area.


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:f\\,':<:' One &Two Acre Mobile Home Lots.... $3,500 and Up Bradford PropertiesS An Equal Opportunity Employer

5", New 2 BR.: 2 BA Home In Graham ....... $4O.OOO
Si'e &Investments Inc.
. .. 17 1/2 Acres In Starke ..:....., $2,000 acre ,

, ; 200 Acres near Theressa .......$ 1.000 acre Maine's Real Estate
'I',', Beautiful lake lotsl)' .On paved road In Hawthorne Suzanne Ki ten ens _

)i, '. $25.000 and: Up [ 964-7030 J Lie. Real Estate Broker m 496-3978'' ,
' Building Lot In Smokerise Subdivision ..., Keystone: '
Lake Butler Fl 'Harriet Realtor
',' ." ,' $5.000 REALTOR 32054 Maines.

,,: ., : I ,: 2 Lois and Mobile Home .....* l<:eystone ..... $22.500 '$ 1. i.000: Three acres with sweetwater stream great variety of r

'. Mobile Home & Land set-up...,. Brooker Rd., $25,000 trees. sandy soil no septic mound needed. COMMERCIAL "

I' 455.' {' :: e New Duplexes. 2 BR. sale or rent... Sf arke ... $350/Mo. $ 19.000: FIshing treatSoutl1: Shore Crosby Lake..;, 100 ft. OFFICE BUILDING* located 175 W. Main St.; Lake Butlers. paved parking.

!' 't.::,. 2.00O SQ. FT Home on 2 1/2 Ac. Rent ,or Sale $40Q/Mo. :waterfront, 600 ft depth.' .94900.'Possible lease with option LOTS buy. ,

\ 1 BRADFORD LAND Ac CATTLE COMPANY'. $ 33,500; Small oesh Investment Big Value. Masonry home. RESIDENTIAL BUILDING LOTS* Appro*. 2 acres In town, heavily wooded.,
'
'If Ronald E. Newman. Sr. ''i"; tn quiet neighborhood. ,, $11,500 to,12000..Owner financing. ,
,', .'I .f'' ; 473-2157 Evenings .$ 41,000; Very cozy freshly painted concrete block home HOME '

:' t, ,I ; e Instant Financing Nd Points Reasonable Interest Rates with an dty f facilities., LAKE 25000.AVE'NUEI 2. BR.:I'Ba'masonry ham with carport" and vacant lot.,

t}: :fn' _h .- $165,000: Architecturally designed home on beautiful ,.1 M, 2.. doublewlde MH on 2 ocr.t35,900.; .
Hampton Lake. secluded on 1.7 acres. FOR RENT, '

: HERITAGE VILLAS $ 52,000:' Country home stucco exterior, one full acre fenced. MOBILE HOME LOT In town, $75 per month.,
1"" .$ 86,000: Handsome brick'ranch.home, restricted area. In ,.I BR.. 1 Sa MOUSE, In town $2OO per month.

'.' :1:' 607 Bradford Court' 'in''! Starke *. town.Nee, reduced. 25 East Main St., Lake Butler

rr $ 69,000: Large four bedroom. thre full bath home' on extra Harriett Maln.s, Realtor

:''i.. ,I Applications fpr large lot close to school. "

,. ,4, ,' immediate occupancy are 4 4.500: Beautiful 1/2 acre building site. Paved road tool

:" ', being, accepted on a 1 & '2, COMMERCIAL CORNER ",\ PINE FOREST APARTMENTS'

... : :,,\ BR apartments. Monthly ,j Hi
check these for
Speculators properties Future Profit:
from $220 plus
;,; 1 I' payments

t ;1M';,.]":," : ;, utilities 'Handicapped Now Accepting Applications for
I ""I Wari'liotiM" O' 'ncr may, rll' fa.t Conic '
,.; !'i; ;," ', ,,;; units are also available. 2 & 3' BR Apartments. Starting at195.
; t "" 'fl e i nrt 'ii" uropirc., tin it in ak ail Dff< r
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'\ ;:,:::1, !;:':,:!f-, ,applications are. CH/A a Fully Equipped Kitchen Cable Ready

t',1i'J, (/ ,,','1 available at the Rental
. ', ." I,' \ Office 607 Bradford .. e 301 South: One Acre Only 25000. 1530, W. Madison Street | \ f ,

Court Starke Starke .'964-6312 I@IEOUAL I It'

Mon-rri. 9-5:30 p... Call, 964-6216. 12O Ft. on Hwy.: 301 For. Sale at $64.0001 Mon Fri 9-SPM ITY iI '

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sw Stephen McLeod' Elected'President of Student Council.
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,, by Heather Safer Our student council president Is Sarah Groves. Seventh grade
I BMS Staff Writer Stephen McLeod, Vice president Is repesentatives are: Dana Newsome.
I
auYw The 1988-89 JimmyTarado, secretary Is Amy Jonathan Smith, Candy Norman,
student
elec-
tlons were held council Triest. and our treasurer. is Santa and Serlna Thorton. Blgth grade
eY Friday September Julie Williams
rt 23. Barnes. representatives are; ,
The student who ran for positions Each grade has five'represen- Bobby.Westcott, Amle Griffis, and
on the student council cam.paglned tatives.1. Sixth grade representativesare Shena Burgess.Congratulations to
I7'M made the entire week. Students : Shannon Safer. Molly O'Neal, all of these students. We wish them
and made posters peecbea., passed out stickers Julie Loper, Kerry: Packam. nr< .' the best of luckt


Spirit Day A New Tradition at ''Bradford ''Middle Schoolby I


Erin Wilkinson Spirit Day Is a day In which the 'i lie Judging is done by grade with
BMS staff writerIn students dress to show their support' grade competing against Itself,
September, there was started a and enthusiasm for the team of their .The winners are picked according to
new tradition at BMS. This tradition choice such as Gators, Bulldogs, student participation.: The prize, a I Ieach
T Is held twice a month on Friday. It is Tornadoes, etcetera. Spirit Day was doughnut party is awarded to the
called Spirit Day. founded promote to interest instill school spirit and grade.winning! ,,first-period class of each



NEW PROPANE GAS



Senior Facilitators... y, INSTALLATION SPECIAL

Student facilitators at Bradford Middle School help Westcott Heather Safer Holly Hatcher, Kim Gross
other students with classwork and personal problems. Top row. Bernard Johnson, Stephen Murphy, Shena
They arc l-r): Burgess, Amy Grlflls, Carrie. Norman, and Sponsor IMAGINE! PROPANE GAS SERVICE
Bottom row- Stephen. McLeod., Byron Leer Emily', Melba Johnson. t'' .
Bradford., Not shown: Jana Thornton Melanie Trimble Amy COMPLETELY
";' j.. Triest, Crystal Greer, Julie WIlliams Pam Bryant, INSTALLED AT THIS PRICE!
Middle rows Thomas Odom Jonathan Smith, Amy Theresa Green Dana Reddish. Sally Coins, David
King, 'Candle, Norman Dana Newsome, Bobbie Stegall.

120 Gallon Tank

Facilitators Working' Hard at Middle .Schoolby Installation! ,
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Heather Safer 'training newTunior facilitators.This ble, Emily'' Bradford Amy Trieste,
'
I year junior facilitators are: Mike Crystal Greer, Stephen McLeod, :Includes:
BMS Staff Writer ,
Rodriquez, Ryan Spivak, Matt
Stephen Murphy.' Bobby Westcott,
Our BMS facilitators are already Waters, Raymond Durban, Heather Dana Newsome, Julie Williams Tank Installation (up to 30 feet of material)
working harder then ever. They Hersy, Dena GrUfis Sraita Petal, Amie Thomas Odom Shena Full tank'of
'sponsored the first school dance and gas
Shelly Dampier Quincy :Graham
are trying to raise$800 for the Marchof Burgess, Amy King, Bernard Gas
and Cassady Fowler. Good luck to appliance system check and '
Johnson Pam Bryant, Theresa pressure test
Dimes. They hope all the students
will particapate in this fundraiser. all of;you! ,Green,Keri Norman,Dana Reddish
Senior facilitators are: Heather Sally Goins, Candle Norman and
Next semester Mrs. Johnson the Safer, Holly'Hatcher ,Janna Thor
David Stegall. Congratulations and You Must Act
facilitator sponsor, is going to .be ton, Jonathan Smith,Melanie Trim, keep up the Rood work! Now. This Special 'Offer Ends Nov. 3O.

I i\ .Social Studies Class Does' Projection' on State of Florida Installations made by Call certified Today Check'
:;;" Gas Technicians. )
,
by Joan McKinney We began our project with' the ,studid about our' state bird tree r;:;;
state of Florida, since the class was flower and some of our endangeredspecies. 1-800-330-8998 111"/1
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Stat
BMS Writer ,most familiar with their home state. .
1 Ms. ,McKinney special social! A,series of activities were done Hopefully by years end we will 2350 SW Archer,Road,. Gainesville; FL CAS C CK
studies class is to learn about.
trying with state creating a collageas r .mum TM.
maps ,have learned something about all 50 ,
the 50 states,
the finished project.We also states. 1

BMS Students -
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(' Of the Month.
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:;- ,bylleather** Safer R sl

I' RMS: Staff Writer
I Our ,specially selected students l, '
>tA :' who have done great job in school -
W"'J ,'" :' for the month of September are:
J' Rosalyn Thomas from sixth grade, .
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1,1,+,"< 'Toika Strong from seventh grade, "
le''i'' ',, ", and Williams from eight grade.
to these students.
Congratulations
If!' Keep up the good work (,,"'

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The Road Runners Lt =


by Heather Safer' .,
I, IIMS Staff Writer

On your mark, get set,let's hear it
,' for'the BMS roadrunnersl I The girls
':' are: captain Renee Daugherty,Brit
'tany Bula, Loytoyia Sims, Clara,
Batten, Charmil Spooner.Jovansha
j Monroe, Tanika Bright, and Katina
r. Hampton. The boys are: captain
'i';;,' Bernard Johnson, Raymond Durban -, '89 JEEP CHEROKEE '89 JEEP WRANGLER*'
ll t;=, / Robert Doughman, Eric I '
., Cowart James Etchenson and (
Auto 6 (yl., Air Hunter Special
Jeremy Hildebrand. The two most mst
\.' consistent runners are: Brittany
''II r Bula and Raymond Durban. NOW$13 850 9,535hhh
t
The roadrunners have had a busy #011 #046 'NOW

I. I season T At Bishop Kenny the girls ,.
,; placed first and the boys placed m.t '89 ,GRAND :WAGONEER* '89'EAGLE PREMIER ES
third out of five other JV teams. In,, 1 ,
Middleburg the girls placed second LTD Loaded Loaded All there Is In luxury
and the boys placed eighth out of ten Was $a 9fiB' Was $19:99: ?'

JV to'Bradford teams. When the girls Interlachen and boys came placed -; ,1 22 ,958 1'5' ,954

first out of two JV teams.At San-, #014 NOW 033 NOW r
'
dalwood the girls placed fourth and
the boys placed nineth out of ten JV 1989 'Chrysler '.
teams;At Oak Hall the girls placed
;y 'first and the boys placed second out New Yorker*
,I of six JV teams. At Gainesville ,
Highschool the girls placed first and Landau Loaded Leather .
1 boys placed sixth out of ten JV ,
.n, teams When Oak Hall and Baker #017, ,
,: came to Bradford the girls placed Dodge Caravan was '
first. When Palatka came to Brad 1989 *
Grand
,(, ford the girls and boys placed first. ;: SE
'' At Episcopal the girls placed fourth DODGE :e.'
,:' out ,of ten JV teams and the boys > .248
$20
?}: placed fifth out of 12 JV teams.When DAYTONA*, Locks Was;Air. ,
Baker'came'to Bradford the girls i ,
placed,first I,Congratulations to all 059. Black & Silver $x+n"' 1,5 932
I *
i of you and keep up the good worktRipplingcrMarshall !1t' wasjiaueeo ,I 89 Dodge 4x4 '
4 ,
L I Full Size V-B AIr Auto f' I

,Now : '038ry.tas.JTa2' '"
.PluaTu.Tac.
;, Go to,Space Camp, CHRYSLER 'Dealer InstalledOptions. "
'
:,,; : s $11,95O' Net Rebate. "
13,995
: Bradford twiddle' School students __ ,,
i:; ", John Ripplinger, age'' 13.' and Greg
1. "' ::1 \ i Marshall, age 12,recently spent five
,f I",", days each at NASA's'U.S.Space, '84, CHEV. MONTE "'87 SUZUKI SAMURAI I '86 BRONCO U 4X4 '87 BRONCO XLT .
Camp in Titusville, Florida and CARLO CL, "
:'\,: Huntsville. Alabama: 1 c
: The is V-8. Auto.Air. V-8. C6SS5
'I i camp designed to give Power SeaU. 4X4 Loaded ,
)yr I youngsters a'"feel"for the prepare-' Windows ALocks. Extra '
h': .' 1 lion,training,and dedication needed .One 959951''Clean. 5995 Low 9995 i $14',995 .
1 Miles .
: to be an astronaut. Owner Like New .
': The students trained using a variety -
:' of simulators Including the 5-DF '76 LINCOLN PORSCHE
I, :, chair, that gave them the feeling of '87 CARAVAN,LE 87 911 '86 LEBARON GTS,
weightlessness as well as what it CONTINENTAL MK IV' TARGA '
,: would feel like to walk on the moon. '
They used scripts and played roles Fully '' : ''Super '

"" .,,,' Simulator as they They boarded'went'through the' Space an entire Loaded, 12.8OO $1595; Has:x"" 42,995 Sharp 5,995

: .. mission, going through
'j prechecks, countdown,. liftoff, reentry
"f' i and landing.
";''l They conducted their experiments
q j while in orbit and John, whose role '
!Ii I\ ,H" was mission specialist,dressed in an TERWILLEGARJeep
actual astronaut outfit upon
; :' preperation to return to Earth.
,1":, ,,'. I', i John's job was to close the cargo bay
Chrysler Trucks
"" doo... The doors malfunctioned, Plymouth Dodge Dodge ,
: 't.. causing excitement and 'immediate .
I descision making. They had 'to Jeep Eagle, Inc. &
choose either to stay in orbit, close
:'m' the doors manually, or go Into reentry 141W. Madison St. Starke ((904)) 964-9OOO or 1-8OO-448-JEEP SoroM11
::1\\ It with the doors open. The team '
; decided to close the doors manually, Open: 8:30 a.m.,to 7 p.m., Mon.-Fii. 8OO a.m.'to 5OO p.m. Saturday Closed Sunday
I ,, resulting in a safe re-entry and landing -
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Staff Writer the best nnd most honest answer of,
Paul Whcxlcr likes to fio fast tn everything nil,when he smiled And wild 11'11)Just
fun,'
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racing. '" n
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;( world of competitive racing for scv Paul Wheeler eland between hi l
"' "' end yeni-s, recently adding n big trophy 55 r F 1w
', "A"claM boat on the left and hk i+ .r
1.1,'. ''/., .< for first places In the Citrus Drag
.." ', :1''\ Boat Rcgnlta Class A division held new "Unlimited"boat on the right In
,' ,on the calm waters of Crystal River which he hope to set a peed
'f .; on'a section of the Florida Barge
Canal ..
"The race:went real smoothly,"Paul,
,. said In an understated way for a person -
who had piloted his bright red
",,- hydroplaned craft at speeds of over record.ORIAN
; 100 mph during the races: "We had to
,
have permission from the state for
': the use of the canal complete with a CHEVROLET
Manatee Watch(posted to make sure WELLS
that none of the endangered creatures
strayed Into the onequartermile OLDSMOBILE
'long racing area ,and Into '
harm's way). '
',Paul has excelled In-the Class A IS
for about three
competition years
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/ the OnI"II!'I' "I >{ ',
''I;')'. ;V races are divided Into c1as8's'I"I''I" ; ; j 1k; ,l'Jii'r;," 'I," '
,, :) REBATES ON
:" ";': ',by both horsepower and hull shape ,\t'/\ ii ( '{ :
{ I ,,' ; \ \ 1'DewershlpU ,\
\\. 1",1,1.1., In categories E through A with A the \
",I ,\' \'}-<::' '' '. highest under the Unlimited Class : "
,tl "dA)",(,;';,;/V"'s,5';I'H which has no restrictions at all on ,: ; fVA tT 'r m I: ti:'; ; '
the of the the 'ALL 89 MODELS
engine-or shapeof ,
power ,
i'\'fj//'f\ // \>, le ;' ," '
the boat. So Paul's "
step up in class in the ,.'.:i Jhoi f.'I! :" .: ': ,
",
after In the A areaoffering ,,
winning competitionIs "" 'Ii; '(N""i!: ,, ,, ,
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a logical one. ,I ,,;,,)"\\V'i/( ': ,/,: ,' ,' $ ,
'" more But the than Bradford Just competing County native In mind has '\' <:':\ ?!;: "):',":\":"'." ":' : ,,1 OOO ON, CHEVY)!' CELEBRITY

for the Unlimlteds, s he,wants to set .
records as well
t'w.w.First he had to have' the right boat. 750
The differences between the A class G.HEVY'CAPRICE'' '
'and the Unlimited class are quite $ '
In the of the ,
apparent picture two 1' "99
boats which accompanies this orlljelc. Down ',
The A class boat on the right Is ,500 ON CHEyY"tbAMAROsOn
fairly conventional appearance at ,
first,'glance, but take a close took;
.:1 under the hull. It has what Is called a Any Car, or:
r "Tunnel-V" hull a wedge shaped 400
," l\1"" : ''I carved out area on the bottom of the ;ON BERETTAs. ,
"" ," boat which lifts the water away from Truck ,Advertised :
>-, ,'I' the hull and allows the boat to liter-
;' .' '" ally ride on a cushion,of air at high
", ';" "' speeds.
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Paul went all the way out to the west 1989 CHEVY
coast to buy the unlimited boat on .C- 15qOSILVERADO
the right In thL picture from Ron .---
Jones, who Is famous In the trade far
building the "Budwelser" racing boat .- ,

seen The on unlimited television boat's and shape in movies Is a radical S"O'IEa t7S F Sf\ List Price $16J60Mm

departure from the A class ,
.
boats even though It IS designed to 10 MEW, '
do the same thing fly over the water
with the least amount of resistance 1 '
", ,, at the highest! possible speeds It has T quipment Sarinp
thin twin hulls and a low profile tOCKOOSE
'" that looks like hi-tech, arrow as It DISCOUNT 1 7' 0000
knifes through the water. The 7 FROM ,
biggest difference In; the, two boats
however,Is weight.
.- The"" A-class boat weighs In at Special Dealer
over OOO pounds which is Just about t
,.. ," standard for most power boats that
:'( :.,.,f, size Paul said. "But the unlimited DiscouMT. 6' 7200
boat weighs just 340 Ib.s. Combine
,that boat with an even more power-
ful motor and you have nothing but '
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acceleration:' ,
pure
That new engine was the next step assr300
in Paul's progression to the Unlimited ,
Class and It Is a real beast a
giant Mercury engine with'a turbocharger -
unit Installed on it that Is Stock 4OTO
'a "real learning experience" for Paul I AM/h Stereo Cassette,war
and his mechanic,Eugene Robinson Window Defoggrr V-8!'owcr, YOUR $12 78800
of Lake City. Chrome Ilumpcrs White Wnll Tires.
V., That turbo unit and the engine It Is 36MONTH/SOOOOMiJe 2-1 one Palnl, Air Cruise*1 SllvcractaCOST, ,
'attached to has already propelled the ,\Vlp<'rs.34 Gal fuC'llank. I' PLUS TAXI TAQ
red A class boat to speeds up to 135 Bumper to Bumper Warranty, Trim) ,
mph on the quarter mile course., '
On AII'1989 Models
Most competitors run In the low
,, teens (over 100 mph) In their unlimited -

" I,"',; might class get boats some.,so real we excitement think we $199 down ',IN, TIME FOR '87 Chevy 6-10 '87 Suzuki Samurai

,'when we use this motor on our unlimited 4x4.Red.Tahrr t 8.A/'j'.Air.CC. 5-Speed
" \,,\ I V; boat, ,we're ,going for arecord HUNTING 11N':
." delivers 4x4 T
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your $ >per
,.' Paul will have to go' through a $239'per ,
',i training" period on his new t SEA S ON i 1Mas'at mon th I
,', combination when the new boat Is ..or used car now 66MOIIBtI4.25ArR' t4,25M'I{
,rigged,,but mostof. ._ his fellow competitors -
I are probably dreading' the
day when he hits the boat-and-motor circuit In what '87 JEEP, '86 GMC JIMMY '86 F-,150 LARIAT '85',FORD 'L1'D
should be a potent .t 85 CHEVY
combination. WRANGLER 4X4 4X4 ,4X4 ,
Paul's wife Pam Is supportive of his' Crown Victoria Monte '
,, racing. She has to be in what Is a Black Mag,Wheels: ,Loadcd. V-G.,Power Everything Automatic. Air Carlo
dangerous sport lor competitors. and

,, onlookers When asked alike what' motivates,him toy $18'8 month' $2,15 'month $19'9 month $' per ,$172 per '

,i', "'" 6 1 JIlonth month
00 Mos.at 14.25APR 66 Mon.al 15.25 APR I I83 iI
',. ; ,1' fiA Mew at 1!S?3 APR


'" < 'UCAP -' "CHEVY ''87' TOYOTA ONL'Y'CUTLASS, I 85 OLDS, ONLY


, ,':," S-,10, PICKUP 199.00, DOWN SUPREME 19- .00 DOWN ,
\' I 4x4.V-G.:A/I'rans..

\.y ; Music $134 per On, Any On Any
Per
:
1t3.2s, month' $16'3 I month Used :Vehicle! $187, ,perth Used Vehicle! 1 1as
MoB.at AI'R'

- : Fest SetA :

'87 GMC 1/2' '87' OLDS '86 FORD, '84 CHEVY '84, DODGE

will' two-day be staged UCAP November Benefit S and Concert 6 at TON,' ,P-U' CIERA TBIRDCAMARO Z-28 CHARGER'', \,

the Dixieland Music Park,Just northof '

noon Waldo Saturday on Highway till dusk 301 Sunday.starting at $ ,212 'alonth $. '21'2 'month'per $ ''239 per month ,Per $ 8'3 per "

Funds will be used to help pay ex $1'87 month 'month
administrative hearing '
penses for the

In December opposing the pro .. I
-
hazardous waste treatment

" (.', ,,7" plant posed There In Union will be County continuous music to, m 1

''I' ',, please every taste: country,reggae
I' ,:', 'bluegrass, folk, rock,jazz and Dixieland IHwy IAN WELLSSldika
't';, "Great family entertainment. ttj.

",,,,',J'l,,' :.;,,, '"' Twenty participate.Overnight or more. musical groups will 964-75OO

I .! parkin and iamm>.n CHEVROLET -
Bally admission to park: adults, .>. 3q1 l" ,NEtlItOR/ ,\ .. MooF: 8t3O-8PM 372-O1O3
children For more info mahoh
$3. .. Sol. 9-6PM Sun I I-5PM OLDSMOBILE
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Man Wanted while license suspended, refusing to Jackson Thomas Brooks was charged
sign the citation and open containerlaw. at that time with uttering a forged
For Multiple; Charges Upon his arrest it was learnedhe document (a felony) and driving
Arrested ,By SPD was wanted for failing to appearIn while license: suspended and David
court to answer,charges from an tag,according to Investigator
A 32-year-old man arrested for arrest last May and more recently to Aderholt.' '
driving while intoxicated has multlle face charges from leaving the sceneof October 25 'Trooper Phillip
; '' outstanding charges against an accident. Kraszewski charged Brooks with
.him When arrested in May on a traffic leaving the scene of an accident
Jackson Thomas Brooks with violation. Brooks gave the trooper failing to report an accident snd'driving
Starke and Lake City addresses was his brother's name Curtis BOOKS, while license suspended.Bond .
--"'- arrested Oct. 31 by Patrolman Dan. and age. When his brother received for the charges totals over
I nyThriftJr.; for DUI, 'unlawful.... ,, ''the summons to appear in court, he $ZOOO cash only, Brooks. ,remains in
.
transfer of 1-ig, f'xpirm ti : : protested he had,not been arrested. custody


1 it'f 2 Vehicle Accident .
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Sents 2 to Hospital

A vehicle travelling on Market
; Put Sugd-Lik TM Road struck a vehicle on US-301 Oct.
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'30, sending the passengers in both
Liquid ProteinSupplement vehicles to Bradford Hospital.
Timothy W. Kelsey 18, of Starke;
with LTMT"" driving a 1988 Nissan pickup truck,
was westbound on Market Road,ac-
cording to Patrolman Jeff Johnson. -
In Your Feeders'
A 1973
Dodge pickup truck, driven
"jll/ ;1'11.. ':'':';',::iii!.! !7;' by Donald L. Cayton, 24, of Starke
,.,"!ili.fh'j'i!!! !;!!!!; u"I.I !;!!.............. and Get'More Out was northbound on US-301. Kelsey
All. Dressed .. ; .!
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Up. < :.. ,'t failed to see the vehicle oh US-301
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Employee' and students at the Midway,learning Center wer all spilled up for Halloween when Ink picture ..... 1":1-1.(,';!.'! i rw:..- ) of Your, Herd, pulled into the path of the Dodge andwas !
taken. / struck in the passenger's sides
I From right to M the front Cantenn,Rebecca ''said Johnson.
on rows, Ashley Rhyne Kortnl Winkler,Melody Mcdeod,Jeff
Champion;Kristen Stamp;Jennifer Wright and Todd WUUaiM., Serving,Alachua, Bradford & Union Counties, 'Passenger in the' Nissan, Joyce -

In the rears Director Judy Johnson, ....homade, the cmtumea,TereM Sayen,Patty l asher and Cindy Liken Contact:' Coblentz passenger, 18,in and the Bo Dodge Wheeler were, 23,

r'I Robert's Cash Feeds Paramedics transported by Dan Rescue Cuddington according and to

9: Nelson Green. Coblentz was treated
for minor injuries, said Cuddington.
Sweeter Wheeler was treated for head
(
''I : r I Profits'withSugaLtk Begin Robert Worrell hours lacerations for observation.and hospitalized for 24,

TM 496-2390 462-2394 Damage to the pickups,was $2,000,

$ L*' -5g each.
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,I Halloween races... U ,Hurry in for best selection ,
Everyone likes to get dressed up ,
for Halloween. These are just a, (
few of the funny face In town MOBILE .Ask, about our La-Z-Boy', : '

,Monday: "
Gift Certificates .1!
HOMESPECIAL'
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BriefsDivorces ... ,
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Granted MOBILE HOME' TON '$1 l OC ,( "i '

Bradford. CountyThe AIR I I \IIIIIIIIII\1; '\ ,,'
,CENTRAL' TO. Installed \ ; '. ',,'1'' "
following marriages were Atop-notch unit designed ,
to avalabhtySingleWide
dissolved in Bradford County duringthe for mobile homes. Subject< ", ,' ,
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month of October. Priced f torn 4" :

Sv Danny Carl Randolph & Debra, SAWYERJJ. ,
,' can Randolph. "

Philip Richard Prevatt V. Smith& Susan,& Prevail.Marla D. ";':.': .,:., [e 1 \4J SALE! $349"BRENTWOOD"

Smith, 1103 S. WALNUT ST."STARKE '964-7701
John Vincent McKinney & Betty *2 CONTEMPORARY
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RECLINA-ROCKER1 RECLINER
..Joyce McKinney.' t" ,
Richard G. Myer t Donna Jean Updated look with double gathered
Myer, V I 'a a = back and open oak grain arms.
Paul A, Smith';&:?Judith Moody' ELECT'JOHW'"J.J' r..r.L
Smith. 1 tr !r.
Victor C, Clemons Jt Tommie Suelemons. : '
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Arthur Ray''' Larkin'& ,Lynaire' _
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Elaine Larkin. ,SWANSON t
Samuel R. Eichelsderfer 4 Shirley, 1/I4.b <
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R Eichelsderferk, L -
Francis C Cherry Tina'Marie State 'RepresentativeDistrict
Greenly, Cherry 13 t. '
Sa muel Lee Williams 4 Annette P. :
Williams., y
Stanley Lee Wnitehead I & Virginia Your Future, + I -
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L. Whitehead: ,
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Kenneth 'Wayne.' Howard '&' Depends On It!
Teressa Lynne Howard., '
Randolph Griffin& Geraldine F: ;
Griffin. ,. ,. su
'Terri Ann'Strickland' 'Raliegh. +
Danny Strickland.< 'Jaxes., My opponent Supported the service tax &
Donald Anthony Blair' & Sarena would support increased corporate Income taxes
Lee Blair. "
Otis C. Forsyth & Eula I, Forsyth and personal income taxes'/ $429"NANTUCKET"
Robert Char lei Seabaugh&'Gwen + Equal Rights & Pay? I support equal'rights, for'' .SALE! ,

dolyne Suesette Seabaugh. women minorities and state employees Many of TRADITIONAL

whom do not earn a living wage, RECLINA-ROCKER9, RECLINER,
FliP Troopers 3 Correctional officers deserve the'status. \ Wing back design with button-

Continue Vehicle Inspections License enjoy.responsibility training' & pay our state troopers SALE !I $4 2\9 I tufted back and kick pleat skirt.


Bradford County, 3 $57,000.00 that's what special Interests Including' '
The' Florida' Highway Patrol will doctors; lawyers..Insurance companies polluters "NEW GENERATION"

be vehicle conducting inspection driver checkpoints license'dur-and whiskey makers & gamblers paid my opponant to RECLINAROCKER'RECLINERJ\\J )

ing the week of Nov 4 through Nov represent them ,In Tallahassee. Icon not be bought.,
10 on $R-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18;
Conservative? My opponant owes his committee
combination of the softness,
SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B, A comforting
CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231 chair to the Liberal Democrat Coalition from South &, CasuaJ-- '
you want,'the support you need
CR-227 CR221CR230 and CR-100A Central Florida.
.f in Bradford County.Recognizing '.contemporary,has pillow ,back,;flared arms:)

the danger presented ,
.to the public by defective vehicle '
equipment Troopers 'will 'concen 3 Graduate Spring Hill College Mobile I Alabama $ '
trate their efforts on vehicles being SALE! '.3'6,9 +
operated with defects such as bad + Reol Estate Broker 15 years reg. $$000? "
brakes worn tires and defective "Danbury1ReclinaRocker! _
lighting equipment. In addition, attention
will be'directed to drivers 3 ,1,17 years experience working with the public Recliner
who would violate the driver license 1
laws of Florida. 3 Member American Legion Disabled,American, 'Relax In this tufted transitional I, i
The Patrol has found these checkpoints Veterans, 3rd degree Knights of Columbus that's cushioned for soothing --'
to be an effective means of en- comforts: Gracefully detailed.
forcing the equipment and driver ,
license laws of Florida while insuring 3 Active member & past'president Florida First Coast .
I..C.SM.tftltr t
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e the protection of all motorists. Jaycees FREE DELIVERY BO Oayt-' Same a*
SINCE 1923
Union County' ...:-.J U L N Cash
Call IL DENMARKFURNITURE Credit Term Available
The Florida Highway Patrol will My opponent voted for the present abortion law for

"conducting vehicle inspection driver checkpoints license during and- minors the service, tax and only went to one'of the hearingfor [ .. I NEWST HOURS

YX" the week of Nov. 4 through Nov. the hazardous, waste Incinerator. Nw '00 434 W.Coil St./441W. 8 5:3QMondayFriday':
'l'',' 10 on SR-100,SR-121,SR-231.SR-241. ( MadUon St.. Starke. FL
SK-238 CR-18, CR-237 CR-229' Call 354-2354 If you would like f owML punr I I AcroM from Wlnr>-Dh.l Moftotplac 8 -, 1
yc CR-125 CR-231, CR-24A and,CR+ _<_ help (In my campaign I I 96-4-66.964-6a2? Saturday"Mile
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i t"O 1irV0'f1gt1 Starke ,Man Arrested for Stealing Car


A 19-year-old Starke man has been Community- ollege Oct. 24 Lane'' parked on Call Street during( church The car,. belonging to'' Melvin ,
: charged with sealing,, theft after he was seen in the area and police officers Sunday morning Oct. 9. Lane said he Ralph Morgan of Starke, has not
",,' : 'I.," ( confessed to a, 1988 silver gave chase. Lane escaped sold the car to a man in Gainesville been recovered. i
Monte. Carlo. from the police but lost his jacket for $500. The, purse was recoveredbut Bond for the charges against Lane "
\ Brian Demetrius Lane was charged during the chase and authorities had a small amount of money is totals $10,400 cash only he remainsin
Oct. 30 with grand theft-auto been looking for'' him since, according missing, custody. ,
JazzQuarter burglary of a conveyance and theft to Lt. W. C. Reno \
according to Investigator DaviciAlderholt. A combined effort by the city and YHunter's
Ends county lead to Lane being apprehended -
::. ?, While investigating a report of a and confessing he had
purse being stolen from a pickup 'stolen the purse from the pickup Oct. Special : . .
SFCC, Arts 1 truck in the parkin lot sit Snntu Ff 24 and had stolen (the mr which was


Season SeriesFeaturing Get your truck
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'Tony LaVorgna, "the t '.
baddest alto sax in the galaxy" the ""
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Atlanta Allstar Jazz Quartet will Double Offer.' All Tires Made ? wt
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ring 'down the curtain tonight. In the Good 1 ,
November 3, on an exciting season '
of the 1988 Santa Fe Community College 'Ole U.S. of A.

Fall Performing Arts Senes. ..... /1
The concert free and open to the \ TRUCK TIRES t ,
"
public, will be presented at the' GRAN PRIX,RVS*
Starke Woman's Club .
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$68.00
The Atlanta Allstar quartet brings .. #I 31x10,50-15LT MOUNTED AND
", together the Southeast s most noted ... 31x11.5015LT $75.00 BALANCED AT NO
''acoustic jazz performers: Tony '33x12.50-15 $87.00 EXTRACHARGEFront
LaVorgna on alto saxophone; James .
Martin, drums;, Neal Slarkey, bass; ,
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and Dan Wall, piano. The quartetwas End Alignment .

Association's named 1986 the Best Atlanta Jazz Group.LaVorgna's Music. : t Includes net caster, camber & toe In to mfra. specs. .1295
r Inspect suspension Si steering system. For most w/purchasc
positive approach to American cars. Front wheel drive and Chevctte of tire.
jazz is, the result of a lifetime exposure .' vehicles extra. Parts extra.
to It. His uncle Eddie ..
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DeNard, was professional saxman fr" BRAKE SERVICE Up To 15'x8"
with the orchestras of Rudy ,
pre-war 't
Replace pads or shoes; resurface WHITE SPOKE
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Vallee and Paul Whiteman. Tony
drums or rotors: pack bearings; 4995
himself has played with the Tommy bleed & adjust: road-test most L WHEELS
''', Dorsey 'and Glenn Miller bands. ., American cars & trucks. Metallic Front <><
Playing in the style of ,Charlie 'C fIe. parts, extra when required.: Rear JL OrJ each
Parker, he has put together in his ,NO"HIDDEN COSTS ON DRAKE SPECIAL*
Atlanta quartet an Important expression
of mainstream jazz. RADIAL 'XL MULTI-MILE. POLY GLASS BELTED
; Tony LaVorgna invites you to Gift Holiday
liasion those t
he has to say Whether between the group and ,P155.80R13 $35.00 $29.00
\ he's kindling a blaze In his alto sax in the audience who might not be so,, P17S 80R13 $39:00: $31,00
familiar with jazz.
or expressing' himself with equal
'II dexterity on tenor sax, clarinet or Pianist Dan Wall, considered by Makeovers P195-75R14 42.00' $35.00
( the is clear many to be the heart of Atlanta's I : P205-75R14
piano, message always : $44.00 $37.00
', jazz scene, started playing piano at GLORIOUS LIP AND NAIL II .
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t'S',: ,'. L 4,""M1' : and.Tony will lead you down it as the'age of six. By 16, he was playingAtlanta's I COLORS FREE WITH ANY I P215-75R15 $48.00 $39.00,

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;' articulate always coaxing and the playform melody a form-little Fame Boston for Scholarship"1 a year under sent the tutelageof him to I PURCHASE.; a duet of f/luminous'lipsticks/ I exquisite! light catching colors.Spirited Conditioning $. 6. 95

farther along-Involving his talented Ray Santizl. Herbit Mann heard' I tone-wearing::Watt Glaze plus lip, I / eyes;,shimmenng' che'eks Service, Special !
York. :
him and brought him to New luminous
collaborators in a musical dialoguethat Tnmlme Pencil'and and "pi"Mufe"fxira
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never excludes the listener.. And He has toured and recorded with, I 1 perfecting Lip I Advisor
Mancini and John Abercrom-' Rich Hand,jCreme. One Norman's expert Beauty
as a listener you will come to feel as Henry ", per
though the music being heard is of bie. v "customer whIle supplies last Bring I can help you try on the newest'in CORBETT'S

'your own mind. This is Tony's talent Drummer'.James!. Martin :was a I I /
and gift. LaVorgna keeps audiences '
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Bradford Winners Took Home Big PrizesThis
Futurity .,? Horn ,* Commercial -
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Uraclford County 2nd Place; Kelli Martin ot Terre 1st Place; Kelli Martin riding A AVERAGE: Flbcrgl** Balls InduatrlaIGt
year's Haute,Ind.,riding Sharp Easter Jet, ,Sharp Easter Jet. 16.647 time, winn- ., Pram House Ixtarlor
Futurity Barrl races were a time 16,SOS,winning$800. ing $725.2nd 1st Place: Kelli Martin, riding .. N.. or Old
big success as large crowds 3rd Place: Donnie Reese of Car- Place: Dianne Reese, riding Sharp Easter. Jet. with an average Quality Installation
were on hand during both daysf bon Hill, Ala., riding Bars Jet Moon, Flaming Mite, 16.672, winning $600. time of 33.152, winning$1450 ,'AVI! ON
competition. time of 16.582, winning $47(), 3rd Place: Kim Griff of Starke, 2nd Place! Dianne Reese, riding COOLINGDEAN
Cpntetanls and lnelr steed 4th Place: Mike Green of Fountain riding Kelli's Secret?,t.lmeof 16.714, Flaming Mite, average time 33.153, 964-6956
came from locations all Over S,C., riding Easy Action,Max, winning $475. winning $1200.
the country to compete. 16,719 time, winning 350. 4th Place; Talmadge Green, 3rd. Place: Talmadge Green, Day or Night FlOERGLASSAVi
,Here is a)Jlsf winners' from 5th Place: Talmadge Green of riding Miss Spotted Jet, time of riding Smooth Blue Sis, average of
event Maysville, Ga, riding Smooth Blue 16.723, winning $350. 33.555,winning $950. .
the two-day : Sis, 16.748, $225., 5th Place:Squeak Huber of Ocala, 4th Placet Squeak Huber riding CASSELS
1st GO'': 6th Place: Betsy Moncrief of riding Wonder's Cowboy, time Give Me Notice,with average 33.707,
1st Place: Dianne Reese of Carbon Ocala, riding Golden Appeal, 16.785, 16.787,winning$225. winning $700. INSULATION
Hill, Ala., 'riding Flaming Mite, $125. 6th Place: Talmadge Green 5th Place: Talmadge Green, "
finished with a time of 16,481,'winning riding Smooth Blue Sis, time of riding Lofty Dew Bars average ONHEATING
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Revival Hope services Baptist at Hope, Baptist : ROUND STEAl .' la$197 SIRLOIN STEAK, :. .. $297
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81 Escort Like New'" BEER' LIME. LEMON or PINK REGULAR SPICE,MUSK or FRESHMENISlEN
This Week's : DIXIE HOME LILAC LIQUID $168 .

80 Plymouth Suppora Special, auto.,,' .: ,. .. .,- $ TEA BAGS. .' t''., 100 rut ei $139 DETERGENT .' ,MM.III... 68C" ,SPEED STICK . UII SIZE ,

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Ladies Blouses,.................,:>..,up to 40% Off f"-IN'P" 4B The derby had $1000'S, added 3rd Place 'Carla Carlyon, riding 'Go Vince Go time 16.366. winning '

Straw Hats..I.,.,...,-.........10.:300/0: OffMen's 33.764,winning $450. with the rider paying an entry money fee of Clouds Quick Babe,time 16,700, winning $158.40. ,
6th Place Talmadge.< Green $100. 21 riders for the $125.40.4th 3rd Place: Kelli Martin, riding
L/S Shirts....n...."'H....:.,.,.:........,;.20% Off riding Miss Spotted Jet, average purse, sponsored competed by Buck Johnson Place: Talmadge' Green Sharp Easter Jet, 16.788 time

Men's Levis......I...' .. ........ ... ,."..,,..'... .... .$19,95 33.815, winning $250. and Sops; and Bill Stanley. Central riding Mr. Waki, 16,733 timer winn- $125.40.4th Place Kim' Grlffis
Motors ing $92.40. : riding
The winner received a Trophy 5th Place! Kelli Martin, riding Krtmps Blaze, 16.913 time, Winning
Come See Us Saddle; donated by the Futurity With a total purse of $2,640, the Sharpest of Ease, time 16.896, winn- $92.40.
Committee, and a Trophy Sheet winners were: ing 5940. 5th Place: Talmadge Green,
You'll 80 Glad You Did! ,donated, by Bonnie Axlerod. The 6th Place; Talmadge Green riding Mr. Wakl, 16.915, $59.40.
Fastest Time'. was presented to. 1st GO; riding Black Kats Bambi, time 6th Place: Sharon Smith riding
LayAway- Dianne Reese a Trophy Halter. 17.118, winning $33, Inflation Gray, 17.094, $33.
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were presented satin Coca-Cola Easter Jet, time of $16.460, "Zncrcrn : AVEKAGETI;
Now for Jackets, donated by Coca Cola, winning $191.40. 1st Place: Cheryl Mann riding
V. Christmas, donated by Jackie Gardner. 2nd Place: Cheryl Mann riding Sunrise Wonder/'time of 16.304, win 1st Place: Cheryl Mann Sunrise
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DERBY: \t\tr\ sits *n Place: CarylnHenry! ridingI' ing $382.80.
2nd Place: Kelli Martin, Sharp,
I. Easter Jet 33.248 average, $31 .80.
... 3rd Place: Talmadge Green)Mr.
Flrj. Waki, 33.648 average, $250.80.
" '. '4th Place: Sharon Smith, Inflation
I : Gray,34 627, $184.80.
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J? I sJIr4oIIrc ., / 5th Place Priscilla Hartman,
, :
-- -4-1, ; 5 Sr".j..,f.! ./. G Pace Makers Pride, 35.175 $118.80.
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, i I. // I J '" .... 'f I T ) 6th Place: Sue Sutherland, Hard
:.;,<.., I :J ,q USDA 1't t!: .J A ,Rock Bonus, 35.219, $66.
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,: INSPECTED ';; "!"': 2;

WOMENS PRO RODEO ASSOCIATION
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' / ,9-11 LB. PKG.FRYER 5 C 5 ,
' \ U.S. M..I WHITE BARREL RACE
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: : : r < POTATOESHARVEST
: c. The Womens Pro Rodeo Associa-
n C. c,4, tion had a Barrel Race with a total
W-D MILD or HOT purse of $1297.93 of which $500 had
\ FRESH been added GoldKist. Resultsare
", : by
: T LEGQUARTERS : .
; __ WHOLE HOGSAUSAGE 1st Place: Cheryl Mann, winning'
: VENT VUEPOTATOES $347.41. .
2nd Place: Carla Carlyon $287.51
'3rd Place: Amy Pieratt, $227.61,
I} 4th Place: Carolyn Hope, $t 7.70.
5th Place: Louise Maclntyre.,
$107.80. .
,6th Place; Kim Griffis: $59 90,
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ti, SWEEPSTAKES The $1,000 race sponsored ADDED by

t' Orlan Wells Chevrolet of Starke,had
10' AO $ the following winners: '
, \. 1st Place: Kim Griffis; riding

,t $159 43640.Kellis Secret. ,time of 33.326winning,

2nd Place: Squeak Huber; riding
\ Wonder Bar, 33.434 winning$370.40.
3rd Place: Talmadge Green
I : PRICES GOODTHURSDAYWEDNESDAY riding Ricki,33.623 winning $249.40,
it '4th Place: Squeak Huber, riding'
f' NOV. 3-9 1988 Poco' Doc Star;, 33.659. ,, winning
rt, QUANTITY RIGHTS $134.40. .
RESERVED 101... IC 5th Place: Talmadge Green, Lofty
: .7':::::: Dew Bars, 33.673 winning $129.40.
10-LB.
6th Place: Carolyn Hope, War
Pac, 33.680"IIinning $163.00.
LB. ITLB. BAG.
d 'The, I winner 'was presented, a
'ih ,:.rophy, belt buckle sponsored, by
U.S.O.A. INSPECTED SKINLESS HICKORY SWEET HARVEST FRESH '.I,.. & Bllhe Gladwell.' "

.1, FRYER: BREAST ., La. ''s197 BONELESS HAMS' ... '$199 POMEGRANATES, 48< Mid''A 'grand'out for',total the week of'' $20,509.01) ,was



," ,.' LYKES W-O BRAND U S CHOICE, ITALIAN Directory '
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r FRESH or City
. HARVEST FRESH
BUN MATE BONELESSROAST $87
MARKETSAUSAGEMADE '
''''''''''. i1rJ-,2. \I" $118. $198 JUMBO

TURKEY PKGS .. RUMP .: L. .; ,.,: .. Enumeration
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.: ::. LVK6S f ;:, _( \ N D BRAN Ub tf101CE FARMSTEAD SLICED FREE "I, '' '' :BROCCOLI

. ', ':'. ... ,., BUN MATE O BONELESS EYE OF 251 WHOLE BONELESS BeginsEnumeration
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$198 $297 .
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,','/' ,i l trni':;;; J BEEF FRANKS. ,1IGs. ROUND ROAST. IB PORK LOIN .i. .,' 'u 98 ; for the Starke City
{,; ;'V$f.!, LYKSS W D BRAND U S. CHOICEBONELESS FARMSTEAD week. It
) will begin this
il "' j i b "..,.' BUN MATE 2 $188 EYE OF $O77 BONELESS '$357 / BUNCH' sill irectory be published by. R.L. Polk& Co.,
I III "
4' i T, y WI{?#i1\: ,WIENERS. .. _'KGt ROUNDSTEAK, ,.,.,. u ft. PORK CHOPS .;. .u t Richmond, Va.
Information will be secured by two
, ,Wiii\"i\ ; "I t. ALL PURPOSE LEAN FRESH t
Ken
interviewers Day'ind
'::::: \i"\:1J"\:+ ;. PEELEDSHRIMP GROUND ROUND or J97 BOSTON BUTT $-27 PENNS YLVANIA. .AQ 510 .
(:''ftij4';: :! .': 1 CHOPPED SIRLOIN '.. PORK ROAST .. '.'.. 11 ELITE MUSHROOMS ,;. l& badge identifying them as
'mployees of R.L. Polk & Co. They
U S. CHOICE' U 8 CHOICE WHOLE or RIB HALF,
4 ( Yir 112 tk: ',.', <<' '; WHOLE OR HALF $088. SEMI-BONELESS $387 HARVEST FRESH }IS $1' 31 I trill tress be, occupation requesting place the of name employ-ad-

' !f/4ifil'/ ':\1Yfi\( $1 99 LAMB LEGS ,., .:. ,. .LI RIBEYES ... .,..... .". itU ONIONS ACORN. BUTTERNUT, ., .or,HUBBARD> < I nent whether, telphone homeowner number or, Us. CHOICE S. CHOICE
;h1.;[;\\1.:,!t, LB. LAMB RIBCHOPS. $99 BONELESSDELMONICO $ A97 HARVEST FRESH 48..... Ider ach address.will be listed All occupants by name'18 Only'or

:',' ,. ., ':'. 'IN THEOME::'rs:8"ENT . ,, ', .' u STEAKS u ,HARD SQUASHES u he ecured.number of. those. under 18 will be,

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1 At those dwellings where no one Is
some when the interviewers call a
1VELl8AKERrrr ( orm labeled "Important Request
'. \I, r ,vill be left..It can be filled out and
' :. : n. SMOKED NICE SLOW nailed to the address shown on the
.-,' ,s ; : : READY TO GO WHOLE orm. .
.M.. SLAB OF of residentsind
all
The cooperation
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., "" BARBECUESPARERIBS business people is urged In the
-3' nterest of producing a most com-
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I'1 i 'ql J ti.!'7 EACH 699, EmploymentData this community.;

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to .Be'Collected '
''FRESH BAKED .
1 '
.. BREADROUNDS
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GARLICCHEESE .The Census Bureau will collect
'data on labor force status voting
: 99 and registration from area residents
the week of November 14-19, accor-
S ::a EACH ding to James F.Holmes,director of
\'.' ,the bureau's Atlanta regional office.
y /tom?: DELI The local employment data will

.. lb': ;- BOILED HAM contribute to November's national
of, \; eTl," employment and unemployment pic-
. 1;':, ALL VARIETIES ','A' :. ture to be released December 2 by
.
SUPERBRAND -.J ,$
DEEP 'OUTH''OOTHor, DANO'S > : 40 the Bureau of Labor Statistics:The
'.. Ey.. CRUNCHY LIGHT $-38 GOURMET2', "$300 ,, "' .j and will
data on voting registration
''I' ', 1 I- Ml.Ml. :PIZZAS ; rod .
'; ,'. '",; PEANUT ,SPREAD : . 1w "LB help researchers Investigate voting
" ', REGULAR or HOME'TYLE' BUTTERMILK or HOMESTYLE BAKERY FRESH and nonvoting behavior among different
r ; j i BUTTER ,EGGO CHOCOLATE. COCONUT ofLEMON population groups. Informa-

TROPICANAORANGE $159 WAFFLES ,.-. '. ., ICTrKC' 99 ., tion supplied by individuals is kept
," 9 JUICE ",'.' ., "\ .. MERINGUE confidential by law. Only statistical
': r; 'K Mr $1' ALL VARIETIES CREME PIES totals are published.
MAID

it{"'' < \N 'JAR 18-0z.' CHUNKMILDEESE .". $119' THRIFTY VEGETABLES..p., ". ,'KG bat- ,96 2 $ Nov.Market'.1920)The'Tallahassee Days Set
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C,4LF'''Z a IN. 5)00F1SHERMANS
DEEP SOUTH '' FOR' Jr. Museum's
STRAWBERRY $ 99 KRAFT $58 LEAN CUISINE' 2 '- $ 00 'Market Days'Arts&Crafts Show is

PRESERVES. ... M? 1 VELVEETA .,. '_' 'ri GLAZED CHICKEN. Ml, ',%F Saturday and Sunday Nov.19-20,10 l
a.m.'to 5 p.mat the North Fla.

------ --.. ---:; Fairgrounds In Tallahassee.
r ,, Come on out and enjoy fine food nd ,,
; DISCOUNT; COUPON G OOD-f R-I/ ,J.. ;0-' -continuous entertainment while yoa"shop I
,6'i's J for holiday gift+from over 200
}',; 1 i Send'Greetings with a iI 41-50 CT artists and craftsmen from aroundthe .
OFFER $2.OO OFFANYNEWORREFILLABLE 1 Personal TouchChristmas ( II' HEADLESSSHRIMP country.
:- Market Days will occur rain or
FROM YOUR FRIENDLY 1 Cards shine. Admission is $3 for adults, $1
.MARKETPLACEPHARMACY for children 0 to 16i; under 6 la fl'ee.Ior.
I Made From Your wE v :

r 1 PRESCRIPTION I Favorite Photo $459FRESH I TenniInstructing$

s .SI..HenMd.....r.ylw..e............. 1 PURCHASED. AT YOUR PHARMACY FRIENDLY' 1 25 Slimline Cards with Envelopes a
WINN-DIXIE 5 LB. Work or K *<
1 y n
Conv n ne n.ve your prelCllplloftfllled you hop.
.W..ec.pl PCB PALO a&M MEOMCT WHt MEDICAID ; OFFER GOOD NOV 3-9._1984 hlval.la.I' _
,Y5U? j .w.cany M....ol FDrV.pp. M4.....lIygDflDriccInIgD. $7 8 8 ...|.!.OprrMur........Ot..s '
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1 ... 1 NOT GOOD WITH ANY OTHER OFFER.. CATFISH $ 9 9 I
OpM.d>y.i>rM .......l-S....*/"'. P 1ft. lor your.eonvonwnc t i ONLY F.r 4s.oa.Call .
*. 1' NOT KNOWLINGLY FILLETS . . OAVAILAICI Mark of
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News Briefs :"
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"t. Pedestrian Struck cent. He was released' after"' a $500 'cording to Investigator' Aderholt. He while license,suspended, according ."", ", y., ;t,"',:;," .'
released after cash bond ,, '.' ;, ;/':' "
surety bond was posted. was a $50 to Patrolman Mack Short.,Warnock ., ,
On Starke r',, <:' "
SR 100
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near "
was
posted. -' faces
currently pending DUI '
Kenneth Choice! ,(" "
is the
Etheridge Right ,
A Starke man is listed in fair condition ,John Lamar Crew( 14, of StArke charges in Duval County,said Short. '
after being struck by a vehicle was arrested Oct. ;!II for riltin ti> Leon Otis Warnock of Jacksonville He was released after a $215.25 cash :
i on SR-100,at Griffis Loop early pay court coots for unlawful tag ac was arrested Oct, ;26 for driving bond was posted. J '

Wednesday morning. Editor, Telegraph:
Donald Prater, 24,was struck
Guy
he My name is John Oilman,.and I have recently become a registered voter In
just after ,midnight Nov. 2 as ,' Bradford '
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County
stood in the' westbound lane' of 1AwomCE'OF I am semi-retired and'spend time both here and In the State of Rhode, "t
.. ,SR-ioo,. according to Trooper,.E H LANSING J. ROY Island where I wa born and raised. I am the owner of two large
---- Horler. Driver of the pickup, Lonnie corporations one of which is Involved: In dynamiting and the other In
Junior Crawford of Starke, was 310 S. Lawrence Blvd. raising turf or sod,as It is called down here. I am a retired member of the
,westbound saw the pedestrian and Keystone heights. FL 32656 Rhode Island House of Representatives having served as a Deputy'
attempted to avoid Prater but struck Majority Leader and as a member of the Committee on Finance.:
him head-on, carrying him on the 473-7256,; While I was In town a week ago. I was visited by a young man who was '
hood of the truck before stopping, campaigning for the office of Sheriff of Bradford County. At first blush, I
perceived him as a bright, articulate young man who was out trying to win
said Horler, BradfordHospital ANNOUNCING: his first election, but after talking with him at length, I found that he
Prater was taken to : GENERAL PRACTICE,OF LAW possessed many more qualities that I bellfcve will make him ar>i "
with a fractured right leg, '! ,outstanding law cnlbrremcnt' officers "
multiple injuries and trauma,according "" < '. "A Full Service lawFlrm" He has a deep sense of dedication and loyalty to his constituency and has
to Paramedics Cliff Chapmanand 5 Attorneys & 2 Paralegals, / great concern for the quality of life for the residents arid especially! for the
Dan Cuddington. He, was ? children of Bradford County. lie In. determined to rid the area of the drug
transported by air ambulance, to traffic that has been so rampant for such a long time He has a brilliant
University Hospital in Jacksonville Divorce1' & Family Law Business Transactions. record in the field of law enforcement, having served In the Florida
Highway Patrol for over 20 He has of for
,where his condition is listed ai fair.IYo Trial Work Wills & Probate..Social years. a great sense compassion
Security! Disability. the senior citizens and their needs and has expressed to me the fact that "
charges have been filed in' the Insurance Law. Accidents & Injuries. Bankruptcy: Law, Fire Losses. they should not have to live In fear of undesirable characters who feel that
accident. Bradford County the place to shop for their, drug peddling.,
i Workers Compensation. Criminal Law (DUI -, Felony enforcement ll of you who would wclcorrhe a change in how law
Starke Man Critical Misdemeanor .. Juvenile)., Corporate and Business Law. done Its Job In Bradford County, to get out to the polls on
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Tuesday, Nov. 8, and cast your ballot for Kenneth Etheridge for Sheriff. He
After Being BeatenA State or Federal, Court. Zoning. Administrative & has my utmost respect; and support and I am confident he will make us all
man Governmental Law. Landlord Tenant., Construction Law', very proud. ,
:30-year-old Starke was I have traveled far and abroad but have yet to find an area that Is more
listed in critical condition after bet Employer-Employee Relations. Wage and Hour Law. dear to my heart than Bradford County.We all need Kenneth to Insure that
ing pistol, whipped, according' to' Adoptions.: Non-Proflt Religious, & Chartible Organizations this area remains a beautiful place to live"and raise our children.
Patrolman Jerry Feltnen!
Anthony Aaron was flown from
4-
Bradford Hospital by ShandsCair to' ,NO CHARGE FOR INITIAL CONSULTATION ?aJchnAOdmn -
Alachua General Hospital in "
Gainesville were he underwent Pd Poi Adv
for' head Injuries. Aaron ,
surgery --- -- -- -
said he was beaten with a pistol,"
however. a suspect was developedand

during the interview the suspect, Of Personalized Service
said he beat Aaron with a steel pipe.
Aaron was found at the bus station
late Tuesday Nov. 1, according to
Feltner Aaron's 17-year-old nephewhas
been charged with aggravated
battery in the beating. The juvenilewas -
released to HRS. He will be

taken to the Detention Center 'InI B* we MBiN BBseaiKiw as wraaia Bii !; BKS3 33S S saBB WG
/i I, Gainesville said Feltner. .
YEARS GAS & APPLIANCES
3' Sent To Hospital

Following'Accident', Taking care of family needs just like yours for more ) .' '
.
Rescue Three to''people Bradford were Hospital taken follow by than 4 generations.:Join our family of satisfied customers.

ing a head-on Road late collision Sunday on afternoon.Sampson'Trestle FOR QUICK.DEPENDABLE.PERSONALIZED SERVICE, DEPEND ON YOUR FRIENDS AT SAWYER!

,A 1978 Chevrolet pickup truck was
southbound on the, Trestle Road
when a 1976 Chevrolet pickup,which
was eastbound on Cypress' Run
Road, made a left turn into it's path
and the vehicles collided, accordingto BEATTHE WINTER RUSH INTRODUCING THE MARRIAGE
Trooper Donald Dean. ,
," Driver of the 1978 pickup, Austin L41 your horn*for warm winter comfort. Sawyer Gas&Appliances OF TWO '"GREAT 'COMPANIESSAAJ'ER

'Cary Smith, 39, passenger Robert on* room to whole house heating: infra-red vented, unvented,
Jones,30,and Tommie Sue Clemons,,
wall heaters. From 15-17,000 BTU's.Call now for Immediate &
25, were transported to the hospital,. or space : I
< according to Paramedics BillO'Neal Installation.

)' ) and Rex Seimer They were .w_.. e, .-". ..
juries.treated for lacerations,and minor in ;- KITCHEN AID

.. Driver of the 1976 pickup was not
reported .Injured Damage to, the : PREMIERE SHOWING)
trucks, was $2,000 each, said Dean

Brothers Arrested

Lounge AffrayTwo ,
brothers were arrested when'
police were called to Jes ie's Lounge \ 1

Saturday night. _
Jimmy Carroll Lee, 33, was yell- 'mJMARTlN" Single con-
ing and screaming in the parking lot 111111 I, {' EMPIRE t trol knob on
,and was charged with disorderly WALL'FURNACE 15,000 BTU GAS'top''.'
conduct and resisting 'an officer 6O.OOO BTUAutomatic ''ZONE HEATERS ,. BUilt-In.
without violence, 'according to fart piezo Igniter NOW INTRODUCTORY PRICED
Patrolman Gerald Hayes. He ,was e 2 speed PRICED
released after a $775 surety bond control. FROM The marriage of Sawyer and KitchenAid Is complete,and now
wasposted. e Automatic thermostat $ IffllJl/I/lIIJIIIII/H/I/I/I/I/UI'III'// ////// '" you're Invited to the housewarming of the year But this
Johnny Alford Lee of Middleburgwas control.: 148 -_ -!,/ housewarming will benefit your home, as Sawyer introduces
trying to block the way of the officers $ :, our! new line of KitchenAid appliances at special introductory
5 .4 8
and would" not remain quiet prices. fRefrigerators
and he 'also with
was charged
disorderly conduct, according to Lt. "" '''.'H b '''._ ; washers, ''dryers, diswashers, and builtinvifKU7Wc.
K. R, Hinds Jr,He was released <<.VU:: appliances-all are made to satisfy the high quality standards,
.after: a $250 surety bond was posted. 40,000 BTUUNVENTED you associate with Sawyer and the KitchenAid name.

I! !I GAS -- Come see foyourselfl I From our family to yours,we'll help you

Recent Arrests, I! II 'SPACE HEATER r i;, ; t, build for the future. When you choose quality, you'll choose',
In Bradford County; i e Instant efficient heat.; Kitchen Aid.:.for the way it s made.,

The following arrests were made iii!!! '$$268 I $tch AIc For the made"
in Bradford 'County by' local''' ea ;way its

authorities.,

Phillip Louis Lee of Lawtey was'
-arrested Oct. 26 for burglary which .
,occurred at 417 E.<'Weldon St,,in '
Starke, according' to Patrolman PETERSON ; GOLDSTAR DuconeGASGBILLS
Gerald Hayes, Bond 'was set at GAS LOGS VIDEO CASSETTE '
$1,000, he was released on his own
recognizance..' PLAYER' ,
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Michael Silver,'who'is confined to ( F't. Quality '
the county jail, was charged addi r. throughout.
tionally. with three counts of forgery' y r a i
and uttering a forgery, according. to '
Investigator David Aderholt. -
,-_ -- '. Front
w load
No wood lo chop. No'
Blaine Rivera, 24, of Melrose and .-.n.Turn your, 3 speed $50
Brent Kelly'Wilson were, arrested unused drafly flraplaca $1"9.7 J Audio response$167 '
,
I HMO.DMuMul Mum Of you have to _
Oct.' 31 at the Sampson Lake Boat haat, near lo believe. OFF
Ramp, according to Deputy Harvey
Rhbden. Both men were wanted in
St. Johns County on warrants charg-i\ MAYTAGWASHERS _
ing them with alcoholic beverage on

a county beach, said Rhoden. The _- ---
pair had apparently been drinking at
the boat ramp where beer cans were #1 in preference. 4
01 In
strewed everywhere< said Rhoden.. quality
The deputy had the men clear the

area of.the cans before taking, themto FREE TURKEY
jail. '?"'
/ WITH ANY
and Wilson releasedto -
Rivera were t J j'OFF ,MICROWAVEPURCHASE
1. St.Johns County authorities Noy ny '


Barry Lederell Williams of Starke
was, arrested ,Nov 1. on a capias : o4e _; '-
.charging aggravated battery,accorr' ...STORE HOURS. .;J _
-r___/ ding to Patrolman Danny-Thr1ft. WON THRU SAT., '>if < .T' .,,--
Williams ,was also charged on a I
8AM5PM&AA wa ,
Alachua violation County of probation with charge bond set from at, ....-..... J[;::;!, '\1".t: :; ';, f.,' ,

$2,000., Williams was released to,
Alachua authorities to be returned to, r T'c'! ..
Bradford for charges' '''''' '
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1,, Traffic William' Robert Schmidt; 39,' of .OO DAYS' KAMI BUYCMGAS & APPLIANCES MSfM". 3Ci$ )

Keystone Heights under was influence arrested Oct.according 1MO INSTANT N t' ......AU.........
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a 30 for driving TO ouAurno .P'fIOftMLftI I! ,
to Chief Ray Simmons. 1103 S.WALNUT. STARKE 964-7701 .
{f, Schmidt's. ,blood alcohol was .17' per-,
250
S.W. 9TH AVENUE LAKE BUTLER 496-2564

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.. November 3, 19X8 TI'1Ptt/r4/: / TIMrrftl10MTOK.-nK! } ;

.:,.' .Upcoming. .' I

', ',':'\ \),. .. Saddle & Tackis
; ;,),Y\\' i'''''(' ri: CONCEALED FIREARMS
'. .' pm. and Thursday, November 17 : '
IJ Girl Scouts from 9 a.m to 2 p.m. back.
CLASSES
. 964-3528 ,
,To Sponsor The' favorite soup or chili lun
: .' cheon/supper will be available both ki
Licensed
Growth SeminarA days for a$2.50 donation.Tea or coffee Instructors $
Health, Growth and Development crackers, relish tray Included. South point on U.S. 3O1 S. : I Criminal Instructor Justice fnilated and with Training NRA and 5O l
Sandwiches and desserts will also be
"I''\" ,' Seminar for girls In fourth Commission
.: grade and older and parent Is available. Across from KOA Certificate Issued fee
Many exciting crafts ideas have
scheduled for Nov.
'I Saturday Sat the
i. 'j} 1 I been Upon successful completion of per person
"!,/y'!: Presbyterian Church In Starke._ created by the members with cia sa.
I,' The event the latest "collectable items" as
; Bradfordunion
sponsored
.' \ Girl Scouts and by Gateway well as the old favorites all for sale .Grand Re-opening3egjns Christmas Season Classes consist of 3 hours of classroom; 1,hour on-range
.,'':' Council will cover Peer "PressureKeeping ,'- -In. --the--eta bet-atetf""tfet"< Ya'U Gomel! :
', Safe. Physical Development Fellowship Hall. Come to the Kit CALL 964-2332 OR 4311301
:, (with an optional session on, chen the Hearth, the Living Room,
birth control) during the three hour Deck the Halls, the Children's area Tack: Sales, Service and RepairsHours '
'program. or the Boutique for fresh gift ideas or oQ' .ec..1nc
Registration is at 9:45: a.m with stop in the Bakery for the best : 10 tai 7, Mon..- Sat. Tues. tip 4.. Fri, tit 7
:' I ,. the seminar to run ,from 10 until 1 sweets 'ever. Canned ,goods Including
", Marba's pickles and the -
;," ." p.m.Further information may'be obtained French Market Bean Soup mix, will
:" ," ,,' : by contacting Andrea be featured as well 'as homemade
t'
1"\!\ ',' Abrams at 964.6325.Methodist jellies and jams. ,
The Methodist knives will be on

,',.:. ..I'(" y' ,' Women sale and your choice of bows will be 'Beat
'", :,:.'.:\\t::i ,, Announce Bazaar needs.made to order'for your decorating th
':; .U
U : ; \'! United Methodist Women are busy Door 'prizes will be given away
::1 r ''with plans for the'Home Hearth 'N throughout the day and everyonewill miiiiiniiii
Holidays Bazaar. have an opportunity to participate
: ,. / Everyone is invited to attend the' in the silent auction for a [ 4111111111WTTTTTTTTHH
I' Annual Bazaar'at First United beautiful hand-pieced quilt and/or a
If ,", \ ". ,- >Methodist Church planned for lovely afghan,
,\', \' Wednesday,November IS from Ito 8 The public is invited.
."i I 1fIll Salk Aluminum
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Serving Melrose, A
.",' I Keystone Slarko areas

I'1' : :'';, ::,,.).. Prescription'Changed that the shoes and socks were stolen Since 1975'
'.' : ', and the juvenile was arrested. SCREEN PORCHES PATIO COVERS
-: Woman Gets
Arrested
., The juvenile apparently has been POOL ENCLOSURES CARPORTS
r,U ,'I A 35-year-old Starke woman was responsible for several 'downtown'
1, arrested Oct. 31 when she attempted burglaries and thefts, said Short. He iiUhIHLiWI GLASS & VINYL WINDOWS, j
to have a prescription filled that she was released to HRS WOOD &. CONCRETE DECKS'ROOFOVERS J

had changed by adding Tylenol with SWIMMING POOLSmm
Codine.Clarinda. '
Burch faces a felony Juveniles Charged sOO FREE"
,'" ,U> ;"' charge of attempting to obtain a controlled In Car BurglaryThree FORQUALITY'S' m
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substance with a forged
;',:, '", \ prescription, according to Investigator juveniles were charged with E ) ESTIMATES SAKE Motion Sensor $2888 1
I" .', "+Us 8),." ;, David Aderholt. the theft of property Oct. 25 from a CALL 4'x50' Roll Clear Floodlight to'
///,1, /::,,( Burch sent her daughter Into'the vehicle In the'Santa Fe Community CFlIOR, '\\ SAIK .$249 Floodlight comes on when unit
.. :\\f';$}Wi% r drug store with a prescription from College parking lot.' .Plastic Sheeting. detects motion'Welcomes you home,
;' ,' ', "' Stolen from the vehicle Grew far temporary sons window. !p caus chases intruders Photocell
.n, :' :I\ t ""'U' the health department for Novafed 'was a Irllll 1375-11061 It's clew. anougn to see through Ha a variety" away
In the corner of the prescription was large cassette player and 40 or 50'' ,ol other VIM 016904 daytime operation Bulbs available
added, in a different writing and tapes most of ''which were extra #72082
.' misspelled, Tylenol with Codine. ,recovered according to. LL< W. C. 2800 N.W. 74th PI.
The druggist called the health Reno. '('U Slav Mayer Manager
department to confirm the forgeryand The juveniles' were,.released\ to 'State Certl. CRC010166WHAT : N1 Water Heater
then contacted the sheriff's office HRS. Insulation Kit
,said Aderholt;, t
Bond was set at$2.000'Burch; was $999To
released on her,own recognizance. "" ;

WILL BOB 'MILNER p' 'Wrapa haatar, ,in blinkedr
, ;, .' Recent,Accidents Plate' :, "for anargy aMiciant

'Hazel M. Pfalzgrat, 26,of Starke ''DO AS 'YOUR 'SHERIFF c. .For water' .,>.-. ',.aparahonenergYPavmg Simple, 'inaiaiiation.. ,,1I7r )
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I was nsported to Bradford heater insulation ; ass's. a 24I3 turnxatar '
J blanket ,
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1., Hospital Oct.' after her vehicle i ;
" ,; .,. crashed on CR-199, according to I., ;' "il heater on electric# -....,y U
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.I. :U I Trooper D. C. Roberts. '
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:: ,:: !, Pfalzgraf, whose vehicle was 1)) Emphasize CRIME PREVENTION
southbound, failed to stop at the .
', dead end road, left the roadway, hit -Work with our young people to begin a % ,
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the ditch bank and went through a ,
fence.,According to Roberts,..tnere Youth Crime 'Watch at then '' i l
was limited..risibility due to. dense \program ,
NR"fIftd noYpaSted sign,, j hsIi- tf eHt i tttty, iaiid"high' school'-level;- *,* ) '
way'" "' Swing Arm 5 Piece DeluxeFireplace 1

Table Tool' Set
Oct.10 a 1984 Dodge,eastbound on .-Encourage citizen involvement througha Lamp Shovel, broom:longs,poker
SR-16,stopped to let traffic clear the ,
polish'ed -
% and stand Antiquexjp
Solid brass 'Comes
intersection and started to make a Crime rac reporting program. with lampshade brass finish .Handsome
left turn onto CR-225;striking a 1987 J Rotnry on/oft switch accent for"fireplace, If/39116.7
Cevrolet, westbound on SR-16, ac- and 78716 _
-Conduct crime prevention surveys / Bulb extra #
cording to Trooper Calvin Pace The .
Chevrolet rotated into the ditch and and residents. ZIT'U'
for all merchants' '
seminars
rolled over 2/fe times, said Pace. Solid
Driver of the Chevrolet, Todd Brass'

Allen transported Denton: to, 23 Bradford, of Starke Hopsita was -Form an active, working: Citizens, : 'Task Piano,

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: where he was treated for lacerations Force; recpmmend' effective'' ,law eriforce- Lamp -
i U .. about the head and other minor injuries

I ",' Driver, according of the to Cuddington.Dodge, Brian' ', '-Activ ly seek the ,involvement 'of all j'I

Everette Gross 28, of Baldwin did
I not require transportation. Gross .,community resources, (civic. groups A perfect accent
was charged with improper turn and Air Deflector for any decor ULlisted

,I ''tag Denton and was no charged proof of with insurance.expired 'chur hes. Families",Against Drugs; ;qtc.) 1 for Fbr heating floor and and sidewall pooling registers 36706 'Use'd Bulb for extra safety#787186"x18" O

yl ,; 'Damage to the Dodge was listed at
Damage to the Chevrolet was
i .. listed at $5ooo. '2)) 'INCREASE ..DEPUTIES' PRESENCE ,AND 20,000 Kerosene'BTU;
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'Debra'' Jordan Norman, 30, of DECREASE ,RESIONSE"TIME'Establish Heater
Starke, driving a 1989 Ford., was ., ,
eastbound on CR-225, stopped at the S1099
: SR-16 intersection but failed to see a
northbound 1986 Ford on SR-16. ac- _. ,
',', cording to Trooper Roberts. Driver' ,a ;reserve 'of,. fully-certified r i heating Omni-direclional design
'; of the 1986 Ford John Gregory King to
Safety guards
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, ,' "40, of Starke tried to avoid the collision -. 'p rt.time: : ,reserve officers capable; of patrolling Glass Shelf Kit prevent accidental
,;' ', : but struck the left rear. burns'fuel
on
contact
was
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, :(' ,, Damage to the vehicles was $5,000 ,and 'responding hours. r' Install .'/*" tempered glass#61802 _- gauge'30498
,;, total.There were no injuries listed in
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the Oct. 31 accident, i i

- l Juvenile Charged -Keep used, .patrol' ? cars' usually,'


1A With'17yearold'male Store Theft'juvenile
apprehended as he was walking reserves around Lawtey, Brooker, and Santa'
,down the street with several pairs of,
shoes and socks under his arm,mer- + .
chandise stolen from Richard's, Fe Lake areas. ,,

Shoes Value in of Starke.the merchandise found on -Use;: part-time for; civil prpcess, serving,

the youth was over $400, accordingto > '
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Patrolman Mack Short.' The officer assign 'deputies ,back to; patrol' and 'investi-
said he recognized the juvenile,
who has been in trouble before. The t
juvenile has pH felony convictions, gation.
'lias been co r* ed to the Depart -t
ment of CortM .. IS and is currently 'tTl. '
under HRS supervision. When asked
where the merchandise came from, I' ;1 ;! U
the juvenile said his mother had ,':' THE OFFICE, 4";
bought it.An investigation revealed '
Freestanding Leaf Mulcher ..
OF THE $349
,Drummer..'. .: r ,Stove. i.' '., I 'Shreds wet or dry leaves Use
free standing or on trash can
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from JNIPR ,SHERIFF: i.Made of solid steel plate Heats Reduces 8 bags of unshreddedup
leading unmer on the Atlanta jazz to 1500 sq. ft. Meets 1990 EPA leaves down to one *2 stage
--.... scene by age 19. Moving to Europe in 'standards for emissions Alrwash system shreds then mulches '
'TO [
-, -J.:98r.: he played and recorded with, a ,BELONGS system keeps door clean 37357 / .Powerful'Vt HP electric motor'
01 well-known jazzmen. #95318
Ever since bassist Neal Starkey PEOPLE! U
went to Atlanta in 1970 from Albu- THE r. When it comes TO Everyday LOW PrIces ...
,querque,he has been nourishing the
talent he first discovered at age 13 '

,." 'when he gave up the violin for the LOUIE'S
bass. Equally ease in the commercial -
recording studio as he Is
.. with the or his gig with -
symphony

.. 'the Neal is versatility. Playing word credits for Bob MIL: i 1800444Ia'r'e A
include Oscar Peterson and Herbie i ,. :
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Hancock. s .1 i.s.w:s::
The-performance will be followed
'by the traditional "meetthe'performers" Bradford Count 1.t 2708 N.E.Waldo Road Gainesville 377-8585
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reception sponsored by Sheriff Hours; M-F 8-8 Sot. 9-6 Sun. 10-5
the host Woman's Club.

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Rowell Takes Over at Florida :National BankFlorida I

.) w "" ;; National Bank announces ranks to training A of,his unit in the commercial lending field will National's customers In their bank,
... ',.:<,4, f '"')"',,.';"., the aroolntmeot of Kerry RoweU at,.. RowSftMfMMiP' enable him to assist many of Florida.,.+ '''nc, 'I.t g,,*' ?$I ,,". .'r.. I
'.' \1"' r''f1 President of the Fiorfeh,NaBoaal : to the bankIng -; ,
", ';,; Bank at.Starke., Row B replace' buslMM.'m began his career .
J.E. Tomllnson who has been promoted with the First National Bank In Ft. Su-El's Retirement Community
x- to Vice President of the Walton Beach, where he worked as ;
holding company In Jacksonville. bookkeeper teller, consumer loan Retirement Community

Florida Rowell National comes to Bank Starke Of from Deland the:' .collector department manager installation of the loan teller officers A small retirement community at S )-EL's' ,We,have
where he was senior vice president and bran''h' m:"in.i'or( rentals or rooms for self care Independent seniors. It'18 a
In charge of commercial real estate quiet setting with a home-like atmosphere.At we
lending and the consumer. loan ,of' He later joined'the Flagship Bank offer housing -, utilities maid and laundry services with a
ficer. in Tallahassee,(which was eventually call Meals 1) tonal:
r. Rowell and his wife Sandy and sold to Florida National) as com 24 hr.. emergency system. \
son Shaun have moved to Bradford mercial and consumer loan officer. artr.3.
County from Deland. Rowell Is an He worked his way through as bank
avid hunter and fisherman who also controller senior operations officer,
enjoys golf and tennis. His son. a and manager of the commercial
freshman In high school, plays loan and. consumer loan depart .
y baseball and plans to try out for the, ments. "
Bradford High School team. The RowelTs next promotion was to
2y 't k family also enjoys water skiing and senior consumer loan officer and
are currently looking for a house to senior vice president in charge of .. J.
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purchase on one of the local lakes. commercial real estate lending at
Rowell attended high school in Ft. Florida National Bank in Deland. Retirement Home
Walton Beach, junior college at Rowell considers back to
coming
$ EL's
Mr. Kerry G. Rowed, new President of the Florida National Bank at Okaloosa-Walton Junior College, North Florida a golden opportunity.. In this small community we also have U-
Starke, settle Into his new position here. and obtained his BA decree In Inter He looks forward being part of our Retirement Home.A licensed group home ror seniors that'
national Affairs from Florida State small community and is especially needs assistance with supervision. We give personalizedcare
University, After college Rowell interested In industrial developmentand 24 hr. supervision hot meals- laundry service' .
joined the Florida National Guard, sees the necessity; of good planning day week .long term stay.. Certified nursing asst. -First
TULLER spending seven years in the Guard to facilitate this. .,
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and movlnc! through the rnlinttwt ,Rowell's extensive background In Aid C.P.R. trained staff.
J Center During your stay at either place tn SU-EL's Retirement
Chiropractic Community We offer health support,services't .
Gator ,QB Club Meets TonightThe I
1 Keystone Helghis"Offlct250B. prescription services. with transportation by
with planned activities fob: an residents:
1 S. Lawrence Blvd. appointments ,
Starke Gator Quarterback Jacksonville Saturday and one to the
1 473-7213 Club will meet tonight (Nov. 3) at FSU game In Tallahassee on Nov.
the Starke Golf & Country Club. 26. Seats are available to the publicon Sue LettWalker 1468-26191
Social time will begin at 6:30: p.m.,. both of these buses. interested
with a covered dish supper at 7 p.m. call Marty Barry 964-6300. 1 mile'South on S.R 325. Hampton) FLOWN
INJURIES Members are urged to come out
pAIN: CONTROL '.Wert....... \ and bring a special dish. Guest
Headaches 'speaker will be Bo Baer, UF administrative -
Neck & Arm I.s.rta....... assistant. '*
Residents and business owners YOUR OWN HOME
Mid Back Aw.Aee1N u
are asked to show support for the ,
Low Back& Log Gators by decorating cars putting t .
lrf :' out signs, and waving them through '

DR. RICHARD C.TULLER slow town on down Friday on afternoon.their way They through will For Less Than You Would Pay Rent!
town between 30-3-45: : p.m. They
r will pass through on 301.
CHIROPRACTICCARE The club will take a bus to No ... Low
WHEN YOU ,.". / #.; "
DownPayment : 4t -k !- Closing

Q NEED IT-:"'24 HOURSA !Tennis : 'if t L: .I fr Cost

DAY 7 DAYS AWEEK Instruction, .. ,..,.".'r ,, .:} '4 ;;I; ,>.#ti., x } + .. ,After ,5 pm
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Office Hours: ,' Private Lessons 964-6633 i ,Mon-Fri 8:30-6:00 p.m. Sat. by AppointmentRack $10 .hour OR or 473-1039

Learn For with$5 each.a Friend 064-7282, "".....,.,,,: i'. .. __ 4 *
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of 473-4380 or 964-6305 3 Bit.,1 1/2 BIdb .; "

Current Student Include GRIFFIS CONSTRUCTION' CO:, '
Sweaters members of KHHS High ,
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School Team Highway 301 South Starke ,,

OPEN: Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m. til 5 p.m.Saturday8 a,m. tl Noon '

1O .O O Sweater
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I"Il' :>'" .. AlTENTIQMz;;<;.GitizensIs Brad

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LeiCa S Gift Dress' Shop& rasj 15 Florida or Bradford County? ?? : r" ;

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Bradford Square Shopping Center 964-5051 t ,' :t.

'Which, Candidate for ,Sheriff Can Solve More: j> -ii{ ',':(':


LAKE, AREA PHYSICAL THERAPY, Inc. Problems for the People .of Bradford County1' \: : :


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i Restaurant: Florida Highway Patrolman a father, a ,husbandJa/;;


Mandarin 1800 N 'T.mp1&.Szechuan. Stark. Florida Cuisine'320'91'' farmer, 'your co-worker, your friend. He has. Keen

TO-RENA MOTELFor there for Bradford '. ,
the of
you people County -
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reservations or"take, oUt ordera f call: 9(4-7661: ,

working to make Bradford County a, safe respective
CLOSED. ON.MONDAY!

Tuesd'a-.y Friday place to live. :' .
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,Lunch: 11.p.m. tii 2:30 p.m.i(

I Dinner: 4:30 ti1 9:30 Vote' ,
Saturday: 4:30 U19:30. A November 8th Vote

Lunch Sunday: I 2 Noon tD 2:30.

,Dinner.'4:30 tit 9 p.m. \HERIFPF ('Kenneth Etheridge HERIF .


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Obituaries
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Mrs. Linda Blackwelder of the World and the Tenth Street ;; I.ak -.\;;, 'j' .. -,,- .- --. ,..'
Mrs Linda Daile Barton Baptist Church: Joyce : on \J,,; ;,: I""
Blackwelder Survivors Include her daughter and a x Jil
of Lakeland died
I 43L Berta and son-in-law Connie Grubbs I ,
Friday at the Lakeland Regional :
of Neptune Beach;'two grandsons, ,
Medical Center following an extended i ,
Illness. Connie Glenn Grubbs of Tampa and '2 in GRlFFlSG8S .
Born in Shamrock, Fla., 'Mrs. Daryl Grubbs of Jacksonville\ ;; a Buddy ,' :
Blackwelder lived in Lake Butler granddaughter and a great- .ment Oct.
before moving to Lakeland In I960.! granddaughter: two sisters, Susie In PRE-SEASON '
GAS HEATER! ,
She is a member of the South West Wallacce!! of Star lie and Emma were
Church of Christ in Lakeland.. Pence of' Lulu, Fl;; two brothers Home. Save up to 60% of your winter .
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>Survivor Include her husband David Woodard and Ernest Allen of ; heating cost. 1,
Lawrence R. (Larry) Blackwelder; Starke. of VANGUARD H.Mi up'$289 r'l
daughter, Dawn LeShan and Funeral services were held Oct. 17 Mrs. ,
a Judy ZONE INVENTED US
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'son Allan, both of in the chapel of George H. Hewell & of
; nine GAl HEATER Installed
her patients.Lloyd and Vt akBartonof Son Funeral Home in Jacksonville\ ,,' ing an ; : with Gas
Tampa; a brother Bruce David with services following in the. ta. J Tanks from 25 to lyOOO Gallons Ava Q s'a
Barton of Tampa; and a sister,Bet- Kingsley, Lake Baptist Church, ; .44
ty Willis of Bellview Mich. Burial was in the church cemetery, Ga., in
Funeral serives were held Oct. 31 Dr.Michael Warr of the Tenth Street 1i' Bulk Tanks I..ld.ntW
in the South West Church of Christ in Baptist Church and Rev. Russell {' For Houses fFREE'TANK INSTALLA 77OA CWMfCllMvitrtel
Lakeland with Bro. Gary Ogden and Woodard of Island Grove Baptist and Mobile THRU NOV. 15
Bro. Bruce Hudson officiating. Church officiated. ; Hornet CALL TODAY .
Burial was In Elzey 'Chapel '
Cemetery in Lake Butler with Archer Richard! Allen Myers, Ala.; ;
Funeral Home of Lake Butlerin Richard Allen Myers, '29, of ; '\ 30 f % TO r 50 i % OFF 1 GRILL i PARTS; & ACCESSORIES/
charge of arrangements.Mrs. Keystone Heights, died Oct. 30 in ;
University Hospital of Jacksonville, 'Z Duenne, [tf'l\m,,} ,VM.giO Oof: Sunb.omSUrkt II]
Mary Evie Johnson following an automobilepedestrianaccident
Mrs Mary Evie Johnson, 91, of on US 1 in Nassau County. ; TOLL FREE 1-800-350-0834
Neptune Beach, died Oct. 13 at her Born May 14, 1959 in Miami, Mr. Wise
home following an extended ilness. Myers moved to Keystone Heights in GAINESVILLE Oc.i..
Born in Starke, Mrs. Johnson had 1980. He was a professional golfer } ,. 964-7725 376-4677 (293733
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resided in Jacksonville since 1942. and a member of Community -_ -
She was a member of the Woodmen Church of Keystone Heights, 1_ .

Schleroderma .01.'I'


Support Group .Bradford 'FLEETWOOD
Meets Nov. 15
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The Schleroderma Support Group, Chiropractic Center '
'Central Florida Chapter, meets >> ice 3 BR, 2 BA Doublewide
Tuesday. Nov. IS, 7:30-9: p.m. in the 218
Alachua General Hospital Con- Walnut St. siding,'plywood floors '
ference Center, located across the Next to the Chamber of Commerce l Fleenvood 1 yr, 'J.14
street ,from the ,AGH- visitors,entrance 964-4957 ed Warranty. j 9 0 0
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Dr. Frank Pearson, ri 7 Days!! ( .
rheumatologist, assistant professor
i :' of medicine at Stands Teaching PAIN CONTROL Wholesale
Means Prices at
only
,". Hospital, Is the meeting's guest Headaches
speaker
Neck& Arm.
The support group is open to
schleroderma patients, family Mid Back
members and interested profes Low Back & Leg y

located sionals.Alachua in Gainesville General Hospital is FLORIDA

Fibromyalgia o

'., Group. to Meet # 1 &, #2

The Fibromyalgia Support Group, DR.
sponsored by North Fla. Regional '. DR. ,
Medical Center,will meet Thursday. ( ,
Nov. 10, at 7 p.m. in the North Fla. TilE N,'&,US 90 WEST LAKE CITY,FLORIDA
Regional Auditorium. .
The speaker for the evening will
be physical therapist Suzanne <; -52O,7 752-8627
Weitzel who will be speaking about '24 HOURS A
"Trigger Point Massage"..
Community, patients and family 964-4957 "Fleetwood's # 1 Dealer in the State"

) members are invited and encouraged \ INS,,__. .
to attend. For more information
call 3334720.
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Consumer 'Services, and;! 'par our Division of Forestry in calling marketing manager for the Tampa formed in 1986. Its purpose arsonist should call the, district In the Bradford and Union County "' ",
ticipating: McDonalds Restaurantsin public attention to the serious mat Bay region echoed Conner's hope is to supply Information to the ,forester or the forest investigator. ..areasa toll free number ,Is'
lorida are cooperating in an ar. ter of man caused wildfires'/, that the promotion will help reduce public about woods arson and to acquire The identity of callers will be kept available, ,The number Is
-awareness program aimed at Florida' said 'Commissioner of the Incidence of man-caused funds and distribute rewards confidential, if requested. 1-800-327-6752. This number is also ,
enlisting public support in an effortto Agriculture Doyle Conner. "Approx-i wildfires In )Florida. for information about arson and. art If the callers information leads to used for obtaining burning
reduce man-caused ,wildfires in ., imately one-third of all wildfires in "On behalf of Me Donald's Corporation sonists. the apprehension of an arsonist, the authorizations and' for">S reporting
Florida Florida are set intentionally and and the 34 McDonald'sowneroperators Since its creation in 1986. the district forester will recommend -wildfires.
Starting bctober 21, trayliners ,result In deaths injuries and in Tallahassee, FFAAA! has approved I '$3,500 In 'tht ti? t' .;.,.;;'. ,,. .
carrying the Arson'Alert program:( milhions of tax dollars spent for Jacksonville and Central )Florida, rewards In 12 citizen: !
message will be used ,in the 15(1(' manpower and equipment to fight we are pleased to join with the
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in north and central Florida. An The Arson Alert the arson prevention
estimated 900,000 irayliners are ex- vides for rewards to public spirted message" Grlmord said. "We are IN :THESE MODERN TIMES
pecterd to be used during the promotion citlz'nllwho help apprehend arsonists asking people to help in the fight to .
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the Arson Alert,, message before amd) we hope everyone will bandtogether
millions of McDonalds customers, to reduce the number ofman"et Making your pre-need funeral arrangements ,
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Memory of Love WHy .
postpone making arrangements '
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Nov.3.1982, Refinance Purchase Construction 2nd' for funeral?
Well, Mommy, It has been 6 years' : your
today that you went home to heaven.My Mt S,, Conv,, V.A., Fixed Rates & A.RM.'s Call'us or come by for the _.
heart is Still filled,with tears not _.._._ _.
because you' have gone to be with plans ,that are available.: ::-. --
Jesus, but because I miss you! so Harold K. Davis
very much.I Lie MortgageBroker.
I miss 'your .sweet ''smile; your ,
Stories of yesterdays and .miss 964-7083
coming over and having dinner with' ,JONES FUNERAL HOME
you. I miss everything that a mother OITlc-c located! In Lonfirhamp/ I lome's Uldtf.! 1 1/2 mlk1 Son U.S. 301 "
means to life. 514 Nun Rltf' 'f'"t. Starkn 96462Oft'Hwy 100 &' Cypress St Keystone Hqls. 473-3176:, ,
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I love you with. all my heart.. '
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i ( ard'of"Thanks Larry W. Fowler ,ATTENTION, ! ,! Little; Caesais Pizza

Thank you,friends and family, tor
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flowers- and moral support duringthe \ .
sister illness, Naomi and Johnson'death;,of .aunt and ING, PEDICURING & SCULPTURE, NAIL.CLASSES. '. Two great pizzas! One low 'price:" '

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Austin. Archie Tanner Funeral Services Applications are now,being taken for night,

,Alachua, and General the nurses Hospital.and doctors,. at ,classes starting, November .14., Hours will ,be HIGHLIGHTS. :! 4 Pizzas ::

Family' of Naomi Johnson Monday. thru Thursday, 6 p.m. until, lQ,p.m.. '. t i ,j Ch.Large*.. ft 2 Toppings with i i,

.Card Thanks After: successful completion'of the class, students I.(
The family'of Arnold Ray Evans \\.yill.autpmaticaljy} be Board Certified { 207 S. Orange Street :: $ 19..95 -,. :
Jr. would like to express our..deepand and (Across from Winn Dixie) ; ,Into cl :
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sincere thanks for all the love: .Licensed.
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prayers .and concern ,during .our 964-33OO, '.: No valid wtm any ottwt odw.: .
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its Sheriff* the, Chief Law Enforcement<: 'Offic r'j, '

r ', Multi-million dollar lawsuits,oftentimes Amendment 10 puts a reasonable cap on
'r cHow in which the attorney takes home more than non-economic damages such as pain and
'' half the award as a million dollar fee; are suffering and mental anguish,.,i '

can a person adequately train deputies if :that t. 'forcing many doctors to stop practicing caus-'. Amendment 10 will enable to fully

person does not. have ,pn-the-street; ,experience or has ,ing emergency roomS tp close their doors'' :''collect all punitive damages you from any type
and raising the cost of health care,
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( never made: an arrest himself!?!. .because of oaring insurance rates., of criminal. l wrongdoer I. i.j. '

t, Amendment ifl will lower insurance costs,,; Amendment 10Vill be a major help in" ,

'VOTE for KENNETH ETHERIDGE: the, man ,who has'firsthandexperience'to ,Amendment' 10,will preserve your right to keeping, your health care costs. down'! ,
.sue for all medical bills, lost wages and To help us continue to help you,'VOTE, .
,' pass down: to ,his'law, enforce- any other economic: loss you might suffer. 'YES FOR AMENDMENT.10 on Tuesday; ,

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.0' I T 2. Bradford Hospital.,, Inc. 17 Georgetta Latcu. M.D
[ Gt. 3. Irving T.'Craih, Jr.,' R.Ph.i.C.Ph. ,18. William Marchese. D.D.S.

H ;:j -.,., 'E 4. Dennis Connau 1ton. D.M.D.\ 19. J.H. Mlneslnger. O.D.' ,
t. t 5. J.E Denmark, D.D.S. 20' Mlt.helrs Drug Store'
F '6 Pete Felos. M.D..,, 21, Roberto J.Perez. M.D.
i\\ : 7. Gray Flynn; D.M.D. 22. Bruce Pollock. M.D..
8:'Angel Garrl. M.D., 23, Albert J. Raym9nd. M.D.. (
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i 11, Francisco Gutierrez. M.D. 26. Leonard Schlofman. O.p., ;:, :
Starke Farmers Market U.S. 301 in Starke. In
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I!:' Pair Arrested After 'Threatening Teen and Mom With Gun 'Vote'Etheridge

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. ;;ii'' :" were threatened with a shotgun by "In their drunken stupor they' went outside to nee what was eomg: Both Watts, and Hudson were were posted for the charge.
, \ i4\': \,' two men who mistakenly thought the mistook this kid for another guy they on.> Dempsey said the men placedthe
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f ,",. :, with earlier. Dempsey. The men "roughed up" but she was able to defuse the situa
y) ;' Chester Frank Hudson, 1:7" and ,the rout} and later held a shotgun to tion. Dempsey said he did not know
,{ Larry D.Watts,32,both of Hampton "" &. >tjf ,the nature of the dispute that promp-
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\\\"f'\ ,Rhoden The incident occurred\ ot .,..p'A Sale ; { IN GAINESVILLE'
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