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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 23, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bradford Co1nty

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Inside...

Outside... Two Sections SINCE 1879

The extended outlook Friday through Sunday July 24-28 calls for SECTION At 1 psg..
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partly cloudy skies with afternoon thunder showers Hard N.w.. . .1-3SA
probability
with a Editorial '011.. . . . ..4-' .- .A..
overnight temperatures from the low to mid 70's and afternoon -4
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highs from 92 to Th. Social Sc.n.. . . ..4-7A '
95.
High: temperatures have remained in the low 90's and high 80's Public Nolle... . . . . .'A 'I ,' i ''''i/l, '/1''" i

throughout the week, with a high of 88 for Saturday, Sunday and 1. r"r
Monday. The unseasonal lows almost a record for North Florida SECTION BI 12 '0110. < I
were caused by a weak front the last, Wild Ho.... . . . . IB .
through area early
week. passing Surveyor Honored. . . . IB I v
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Rainfall at the three Bradford County fire towers for the month of Snake Expert Dliputed. .SB
July has been: New River on SR-100W 1.23 in. Santa Fe, on N.w. .rl.... . . . . .e-7B v ,_.
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US-301S CI..lflod Ad. . . . ..1.116The
4.01 in.; Highlands rainfall on IJS-301N,1.49: in. Bradford Chiropractic Center. .SB The Sweetest Strawberries: This Side OT n..aven
30 has been June 7.07 in. 7.99
in., Aug.,year 8.10 In.average July, Area Death. . . . . ... l1ot.h Year STARKE FLORIDA Cents Copy
1st Issue Thursday July 23, 1987 USPS 062-700
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'IAk& IIUJ.. I Budget in Red




Lib. Extends Hours...

Due to the Library
between Santa Fe Community Agreement College ,.tv ag'' e r f I Ifli

and the Bradford County By $1,017,791
Public Library, the library is now ;
open until 7 p.m. each Thursday.
"Please visit and take advantageof ..
our extended hours of
operation," invites Librarian Arnold


Class Weeks.of 1962... Q
A reunion of the BHS Class oflj
1962 is set July 25 at the Sta-- *

Golf & Country Club. *f d $1,017,791 out of balance, still There will be some carryover,
For more informati >>; \. struggling but finding it most dif Clerk Brown said, but he doesn't
Shirley Morrison BagweH 964-5150, ficult to cut the budget, commissioners know how much. "That's like spen-
or Dwayne McRae, 9648018.Stars have set a fourth financial ding next week's pay check," com-

Reunion... workshop at 8 p.m. today (Thursday mented Commissioner E.L. (Nook)
Norman.
July 23)
The first annual "Reunion of the Commissioners took the suggestion -
Stars," the former Senior Boys of CPA Pat Farnsworth when he Need to Balance..
team members, is set Saturday, July offered to cut five percent from the "We need one time,to balance the
25, beginning at 5 p.m. with a budget on every amount the board budget and live with it," stated
cookout, socializing, reminiscing, controls; that means items not set Chairman Mosley.Farnsworth's .
etc... by state law. The board members offer for he, Clerk
For more information, contact also said it is only fair to ask the con- Brown, and Deputy Finance Officer
Coach Jerry McGriff at BHS at stitutional officers to cut an identical Esther Ellerson to make the five
home or Cassandra Kiser at the percentage from their budgets, and percent cuts in time for a
Starke Recreation Dept. will write letters requesting the officers tonight was accepted by the boar
The Stars are entered in the to cut after determining Brown asked if the board wanted
Senior Boys National Tournamentin tonight what percentage the board them to also figure 2 or 3 percentcuts
Albany, Ga. next "I will trim. as well as five percent.
30-Aug 2. The Starke Stars place Agonizing over the proposed ex- "No, realistically we're looking at
third in the national tournamentlast penditures, the board is most reluctant five percent," said Chairman

year. -- to increase property taxes. Mosley.
Chairman Lawrence Mosley has so Commissioner Maxie Carter ask
Pop Warner... far rejected every suggestion to in- ed, "Is that asking too much (figur-
crease the millage. The county's ing more percentage cuts), if that
Registration for Pop Warner foot- -' rollback millage figure of 7.903, the (five percent) isn't enough?"
ball, boys and girls, is set at 10 that would in the "
millage bring same "Yes, said CPA Farnsworth.Ms. .
a.m. Saturday, July 25, and 10 a.m. amount of tax dollars as last year. Ellerson said she can have the
Saturday, Aug. I" at the new Winn- Garbage Under the 10-mill cap on millage, the information figured by tonight."She's .
Dixie parking lot. Strewn board could increase property taxes swift," Norman said.
by $400,000.
State Church
"No, no, no, no. Only as a last July 15 Session... ,
Tourney... Everywhere resort," Chairman Mosley said. than
With little more success en-

The Men's Open State Church Clerk Stumped... joyed in the first joust with the proposed
Slow Pitch Softball Tournament is : LIi 1987-88 budget, county commissioners
set July 31 through Aug. 1 at the "As you stand now, gentlemen, I struggled in their second
Edwards Road recreation complexin ...At the Gate... hate to tell you..." Clerk Gib Brown budget cutting session July 15.
Starke. Is continu- prefaced his announcement the During the three hour review of I
Illegal dumping a
budget is out of balance.
Two Starke teams First United $1,017,791 budget requests, commissioners
ing problem all over the coun-
"And, if I may add this, I don'tknow
deleted the of
majority
Methodist Church and Northside $18,094,
ty. The worst spots seem to be
where to cut. Oh I"
you're going which from three requests:
Baptist Church, are entered. From at the Lawtey and SR-229 con- came
., the clerk said.
some. ,' .
you can got for the.
expenditures
9 to 11 teams are expec st> venience center or dumping Capital
Commissioner Maxie Carter inter-
Starke volunteer fire department,
sites jected, "Yeah, I know, a $100 here ll,9UO
Humane Society... Commissioner Joe Riddick $1,000 there." But it won't solve the County agent's office, one-half
picks through garbage piled In
problem Carter agreed that is
The Bradford Humane Society front of the gate at the Lawtey "nickel and dimemg it." (See BC Budget..P.2A)
meets the first Thursday of each collection center. ,
month at 7:30: p.m. in the First + nit
Presbyterian Church, opposite the

hospital.New members. welcome. ...In the Woods... I'-d'- Residents Win

Commissioner Joe Riddick Is
going through garbage on the : y -( >, r,
Free Meals... roadside near the Lawtey con-

Senior Citizens- and over: venience center. Riddick has Rezoning BattleAn
Free meals. Suwannee River declared war on the illegal )
and is actively try-
Economic Council, Inc. 134 SouthSt. dumpers r
Ing to find a solution to the '
., Starke, serves a nutritionally problem. If no improvement Is R-1B classification for 11.6 Guy and Julia "Forsythe, lies just
balanced meal, Monday-Friday, except wide acres just off the north side of SR-16 west of Woodlawn Street with one
seen soon, a county gar-
holidays. bage collection system may be in west Starke, allowing a home on corner on SR-16.
the answer, financed by a 10,000 square feet, was denied by a Tiffin pointed out there is no R-1B
Call-In Program... special assessment to all 7-0 vote of the city zoning board July classified area in the city, and said
residents in the county.Riddick. 16 and 5-0 by the city council Tuesday one is needed. He said the develop-
A morning call-in service to night, July 21. ment would contain swales, not curb
assist senior citizens who are aloneis City Councilman Bobby Biggs and gutter, and the lots would
offered by the Starke Police 141, made the point that the area in ques- average 13,129 square feet.
Department, according to Chief fAA tion is "the most preferred property Density of the development wouldbe
Jimmy Bowen.To in R-1A; close to schools, and easy increased one-half house per acre
become involved in the program access to shopping centers." by the R-1B classification Tiffin
a citizen is asked to register l The site will thus remain said. He showed a statement from
with the Police Department, then 1 1' classified R-1A, the least dense the Starke Police Department say-
call in before 10 a.m. each day. single family residential classification ing the development would pose no
After 10 a.m. the Police Dept. will which has a 15,00$ square foot additional traffic problem to SR-16,
check on those citizens who have lot requirement. An R-1B classification and a statement from Utilities
not called in. If there is no answer, Attacks Illegal Dumping would cut the lot size to 10,000 Director Merrill Dees that water
a police officer will visit the ) square feet. and sewer are available. I
residence. West Starke residents on SR-16,
Chief Bowen reminds the public by Joe Gissy the assistance of the county Sheriff's Illegal dumping of trash along Green Acres, and Westgate Subdivision Residents Oppose... I
that the service is available. Department in catching illegal garbage county roads has long been a problem spoke against the rezoning re- Then Gloria King presented the
BCT Staff WriterCommissioner Joe Riddick has dumpers, but so far are without In Bradford County, as well as quest.Developer. zoning board with a list of 110 names
elsewhere. Bill Tiffin showed a site the rezoning request.
help. Catching an illegal dumper opposing
declared war on the illegal garbage will take an incognito stake out,says Penalties for violations can be up plan for 29 houses on the 11.6 acre Jewell (Mrs. Gib) Brown, who
Upcoming... dumpers: and is determined to put a Sheriff Dolph Reddish,which is cost- to $500 fine and 90 days in jail. site. Tiffin also showed an R-IA site lives at 1615 Raiford Road (SR-16),
-A special meeting of the Bradford stop to it one way or the other. in ly and time consuming.If The costs to the county in time and plan with 24 lots, and said the required said she is not against developmentin
County Commission is set at 8 Riddick, the commissioner and equipment to clean roads and ditches 60 foot road right-of-way anda the area but asked that the qualityof
charge of the county's solid waste violators can be caught cannot be exaggerated. Rid- pond would prevent more with
tonight (Thursday, July 23) to be cypress homes be kept consistent
p.m. will
work on the proposed 1987-88 program, is going through garbage recognized, subpoenas made dick says. And of course, "the tax. than 29 houses from going.onto the those already in the area.
outside convenience centers issued, and a case may be
dumped The
payers are footing the bill. 11.6 acre site. Surveyor Pat Welch supported Tif
budget.Qualifying is until noon (collection points) and along road against them Commissioner Rid- dumpers are really hurting Area residents simply did not fin's statement about the 29 lots,say
Friday July 24, open for the upcoming sides investigating who is dumping dick says. Calling violators in for themselves, as well as the rest of us, believe that the development wouldbe ing the shape the property is such
garbage. Riddick goes through gar- questioning is a suggestion of In- held to 29 houses, pointing out the
8 election in the City of by their irresponsible littering. that no more than 29 lots can be
Sept. Commissioner bage, finds names, and contacts the vestigator Wiley Clark of the State The of garbage and site could be made to hold up to 35 or
Starke. Vernon Silcox, tablishlnf !
Mayor Charles Schaefer owners about their garbage. Attorney's Office, and is termed a Dumping..P.5Ai 38 houses. The property, owned by (see Residents Win..p.3A>
City Chief County commissioners have asked good idea by Sheriff Reddish. (See
Clerk Neil Tucker, and Police
Jimmy Bowen are up for re
election. All have qualified.A .
special meeting of the Brad-
ford School Board is set at 7 p.m. All 4 IncumbentsQualify :

Monday July 27, for presentationof
a proposed tentative budget. A
budget workshop is set. The school
board will meet at 6:30 p.m. to ;

open restoration.The bids on. the BHS auditorium in Starkeby

regular monthly meeting of
the Zoning Board of Bradford County Joe Gissy years" 'before that'. Chief Junmy-
set for 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 28, Bowen is now completing his 14th
in the Starke city hall has been BCT Staff Writer year as police chief,and was a coun- .
o
cancelled. As of Wednesday, July All four incumbent candidates cilman for two years before becom- Tit
22, there is nothing on the agenda acted quickly and threw their hats in ing police chief. r
and notices have been mailed the ring when qualifying opened at Three packets needed to apply fora r M rrr { r
cancelling the meeting. If noon Monday, July 20. candidacy have been requested t f
something comes in that does not No other candidates had come but none have been returned as of r, .1
require advertising, such as a site foreward as of Wednesday noon, July late Wednesday.
plan presentation, a meeting can be 22. "If no opposition candidates are .1r
called. The Qualifying deadline is tomor- qualified, no election will be held,"
The regular meeting of the Zon- row (Friday, July 24) at noon, so said City Clerk Neil Tucker r
ing Board of the City of Starke Islet there is still time, however.
Thursday 30, in Qualifying Monday were the two
the Stare city hall. It will probably veteran city commissioners, the To Register...
be cancelled. As of Wednes- police chief, and the city clerk,all up Registration books are open
,
Ver- the 8 4 Incumbent City Officials Running Again...
day afternoon, July 22, there is for re-election. Commissioner through August 7 for Sept.
nothing on the city zoning board non Silcox. Group 4, is completinghis Starke election.To When qualifying opened at noon Monday. July 20, Clerk Elbe Pass are I Mr) City Commissioner Vernon
agenda. Should an application that 16th year on the council, and register, go to the office of the these four veteran Starke officlalf. jumped right in Silcox. Police Chief Jimmy Bowen, City Clerk Neil
does not require advertising comein Commissioner Charles Schaefer, supervisor of elections in the Brad again. Tucker and City Commissioner Charles Schaefer.
a meeting can be called. Notices Group 2, is completing his 15th yearon ford County courthouse. Giving their five percent qualifying checks to Deputy Qualifying closes at noon Friday July 14.
cancelling the meeting were due to the council. City Clerk Neil There are 2,061 registered to vote
be sent out today (Thursday, July Tucker is completing 6 years as in Starke as of late Wednesday
!53). clerk, and was on the Council for 8 evening, July 23.




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h 4,1 t! i Belco Inc. Withdraws





i9t! Orange St. Petition.



A business classification for the cess which creates an impervious
west side of Orange Street between layer. He said the Suwannee River
taii i Madison and Lafayette Streets was Water Management District
i
4F' J ,- denied 7-0 by the Starke Zoning oversees and regulates water problems -
Board last Thursday night July 1C. and that rules call for a retention -
a (At the city council meeting on or detention pond to be dry
V, M Tuesday evening, July 21. Guy An- Within 72 hours after rain.
M 4y drews requested that his petition for
,
l--:: rezoning be withdrawn. This was
,. agreed to by the council). "You can be assured it will betaken
care of," said Guy Andrews,
Ms. Claire Capos motion also included telling the zoning board the Andrews
recommendations to the citycommission bad just learned about the problemthat
to see: afternoon. "We live here. We

_.. care as much as anybody else about
That malfunctioning detention drainage garbage disposal and in-
1 ., -: t '" r'.ms's 1Tl ponds at Winn-Duue are repair and bscrumnate littering," Guy Andrews -
'.' .
: ... ._ made operable. told the zoning board.
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;:I'I" i' :. '; ; : : That the city look into widening
.' "'" ,,,,...' :", tV"l.' : ..( Orange Street to take care of in- Zoning Board Members Claire
Capps and Brenda Alvarez led the
creased traffic between Starke
Overturned on U.S. 301... Photo By Morfc Frivdlln Plaza,which contains the new W ion- questioning about the detention

Traffic was backed.p on VS.301 south Wednesday beginning at about swerved to avoid a road grader owned by the Bradford County Road Dixie,and Bradford Square. ponds proposed, asking retention assurance pond won't that be the a
I Xr3 Bvm.when this tractor trailer owned by J.L. Jefferies and Co.overDepartment but struck the left
: rear tire,went out of control and overturn- repeat of the malfunctioning: W-O
turned.Mocking both northbound lanes of the highway. ed. Belco enterprises owned by Guy detention pond. "1 don't think
According la Officer Horley of the Florida Highway patrol, the driver and Tommy Andrews,is making therequest. realized they would hold water continuously we-
Belco wants to build a str- whether it "
I 336I .. rains or not,
ing of a dozen small shops on the said Ms. Alvarez.
west side of Orange Street.mtnch is
currently classified single family
residential. R-1A. Belco has bought Engineer KeUey. who drew plans
fT for both the proposed retention
up aU the residences on Orange
: Street, from Madison Street to the ponds and W-D detention pond said

George Huggins home at Lafayette. SRWMO rules require the ponds to
absorb all the run-off from the
Tommy Andrews showed zoning proposed
: :r board members copies of a building.
preliminary site plan and explained
Belco Enterprises plans a building Asking for protection from noise
285 feet down Orange Street and 6O pollution and wanting the city to improve -
feet deep to contain shops about 20 drainage which they say isn't

feet wide each.Andrews adequate now. were Jess Sandberg.
ML who lives on the corner of Lafayette
said Belco is willing to and Myrtle Streets Lee Black. 640
provide sidewalks down the west Gardner St.; John L. GriffIS 409 S. .
side of Orange Street. He also Orange St.LesterCiewsa.
pointed out there is 17 to 19 feet of
L / __ space for the city to widen Orange W.Call Street resident -

Street. pointed out he built a home 25
years ago in a quiet residential area
Both zoning board members and and now a shopping center is within
area residents were concerned one Mock.Ms. .
about water run-off both from the
present Winn-Dixie site and from the Capps pointed out that semi-
ti,, proposed buildings. It was repeatedly trailers cannot clear Orange Street
pointed out the detention pond at when they back into the W-D loading
Winn-Dixie never dries up. And dock. She asked Guy Andrews how
would it be to approach the city commission -
residents living just west of the Andrews -
property said water stands in about widening Orange
their back yards in every good ram. Street Andrews said be
understands the city has plans to
widen Orange Street, but he didn't
Residents also expressed concern know what stage the city's plans are
over noise. in.


Traffic Comes to a Halt... Civil engineer Jerome Kelley said Tommy Andrews then said there
the detention pond at W-O is probably is 17 to 19 feet of right-of-way
I The driver and his small child,who was riding with him were slightly After striking the left tire Of a county owned road grader, the truck malfunctioning because available to widen Orange Street if
bruise but unhurt Wednesday alter this tractor trailer overturned on swerved Into the center median, then back into the highway where it underground drains are stopped up the city wants to undertake the pro-
VA.31 south. overturned. with silt from the construction pro-- ject.



"Behavior is the finest of the fine arts." BC ...
I Budget...

growth in consideration when approximately S42S.006 for the
(from IA)
Page
estimating income for 1987-O.bringing general fund
position. $3,900.Telephone revenues and expenditures a lit The legislature has also given
maintenance contract, tle closer together. county commissioners authority to
$2,000. Bradford County experienced levy two cents per gallon more on
Budget requests by elected of- growth last year. Tax rolls increased gasoline, bringing the total to 6
PART-TIME ficials have escaped thus far, but approximately $26 million cents. Comnussioners levied 4 cents
may come under close scrutiny in dollars, according to Farnsworth. per gallon for local government
future meetings. Three million was generated by new three years ago.
construction the remainder came In prior years the general fund
Mosley Laments... from improvements to property and has provided for sobd waste disposal
Commission chairman Lawrence reappraisals.The funding, although expenses have
OPPORTUNITYEarn three million in new construction been minimal compared to projected
Mosley said, "The county was broke
will increase revenues fZUOO. costs for future years. Commissioners -
when I came here seven ,
years ago The million increase in the tax toward
(23
are working a
and it isn't any better today. It was
roll will create roll-back assessment for solid waste
a millage special
hard to cut the budget then, and (it
Is) even harder now." from 8.907 to 7.903. unless the commissioners disposal and expect to be billing
In decide to maintain residents later this year for the ser
1980, expenditures were
millage at the prior year's level. vice.The transfer of the solid waste
2900157. Seven years later,in 1966.
budget from general funds will
expenditures were $3,860,631, an in- commissioners
If elect to main- release S245.000 for other purposes.Although .
crease of$960,474. tain millage at 8.907.approximately
firm figures are not
During the same seven years $209,000 in revenues will be
Extra Cash Each MonthAs available. Farnsworth said he expects
taxes on an average home in starke generated but in order to do so. a the county will receive
dropped from$305 in 1980 to$268. in public Hearing will have to be held. something fake $225,000 in state
1986, a 10 percent decrease. CommiR'lJ eI"I are not bound by the revenue sharing funds.
A CarrierFor outcome of a public hearing. They
Chairman
Mosley estimates the
Sales Tax Income... can still retain the higher millage.
commnswaners can control only a
County Clerk Gib Brown offered even if a majority of people attending small part of the county budget,
TheGainesville some optimism in the possibility of the meeting object to it.
since many expenditures are mandated
receiving additional state funding
the and
by legislature some
from the newly enacted sales tax. Taxing Options... constitutional officers have "appeal
Sun Clerk Brown said $50,000,000 If millage is rolled back to 7.903. powers."meaning that they can ap-
generated by new sales taxes is ear- commissioners have statuatory peal their budgets to Tallahassee,
marked for local governments; authority to raise ad valorem taxes and if successful the commissioners
however, the Department of a fraction over 2 mills generating are directed! to fund the request. _
In The Revenue has not published figures to .
the counties.

Always the conservative Clerk l Need insurance for
Brown promised to take county your

home carT life boat or RV?

CLAY & BRADFORD COUNTY NOTICEOF ..... CaD me!

ji. :\ I have the right coverage

AREAS TAX SALENotice ( J for. all your needs.Ken ,

is hereby given thaton '." "'

the 13th day of August, -1

1987 beginning at 12 Noon at .- ;
Applicants must have reliable the courthouse in Starke, Chitty _" I

County of Bradford, State of duo w. Mtxtoon s. i /instate4INSMLL

transportation and be able to posta Florida, tax sale certificateswill In New w.....Diu Aiwretsse.Cr
be sold on the following Shopp.ng Or. j Aawar.l.r.t... sCspsr
96..685 .......... .
described land to pay the tma.l.T
refundable *25 cash
security amount due for the taxes

herein set opposite the same,

deposit. together with all costs of such -- ..
sale and all advertising. r

Eirti r S. Holl.

Tax Collector iiEEiiiiiii
Bradford County Flu.


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Concrete Plant OK'd I Ih

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For Industrial ParkAn

rry wi u yd'
n "'
1-2, heavy industrial, The move to industrial park will pre- "
classification has been approved, vent such a recurrence, he said.
paving the way for the local Florida Operations of a concrete plant are
Rock concrete plant to move into tightly governed by the Departmentof 'i $+' I';;r t tx rV'r
Starke's industrial park with a new Environmental Regulation said f + ,Mx. fti
plant of the latest technology.The Mason. Florida Rock has tried to bea SA
reclassification makes it good neighbor by landscaping its
possible for the proposed Food Lion plant, he added, and hopes to be a 7 r ,s'', r4t;
shopping center development to go better neighbor.' y r ; ti
where the concrete plant now is on Zoning board member Sam ,
Edwards Road, said Chuck Bassett moved to approve the
McKeown, director of industrial reclassification from 1-1 to 1-2.
development for the Chamber of Claire Capps seconded and the mo-
Commerce.The tion passed 7-0.
new industrial park was zoned Mason said Tuesday night at the
1-1, light industrial, a precaution by city council meeting, that Florida
the city which causes heavy industrial Rock plans to move to build its new
prospects, such as the concrete plant as soon as possible.
plant, to have to go through the
301S Site OK'd...
rezomng procedure on an individual ,
basis. A special exception to put a con rw
Wayne Mason, area manager for crete plant on US-301 south in backof
Florida Rock, said his company is Mosley Tire Co. was approved by
interested in moving an older plant the Bradford County Board of Adjustment .
out of a downtown area and buildinga last Thursday, July 16,
brand new concrete plant in the Industrial preceding the city zoning meeting.
park.Florida Rock does not The request was made by Edward
want to abandon...what we think is Gagnon. The property was already
a nice, proven area," said Mason. classified industrial. .
Mason told the city council Tues- Gagnon had an exception allowinga
day night the concrete plant started concrete plant on the site once
two blocks from downtown, then before, but allowed the exception to
moved to the boondocks where the expire without beginning construc-
plant now is. The city has tion. No time limit was set on the
around the concrete plant! he said. new exception. Waldo Hay Barn and Field Burns...

A faulty bearing apparently touched off a barn fire Monday afternoon A preliminary inspection suggests bearing on a bay-baling machine
that sent one firefighter to the hospital and scorched about 25 acres on workers bad been using in the barn overheated Igniting the wooden barn
MoblleHomePark CR-225 west of US-301. and the bay it contained. I
I Between 25 and 35 firefighters from seven area departments battled the Winds made the firefighting difficult at times as did the thick smoke,
fire for about an hour before bringing It under control. A Waldo according to one witness.
firefighter! :was treatedfor heat exhaustion and smoke Inhalation.



I Approved by ZonersZoning Engineer Look At Retention Pondsby I


approval for a mobile be leased, rather than rented. She discuss compensation with
can
home park on the north side of promised a nice, clean trailer park. Joe Gissy Any new construction will be better proposed for the code presented enforcement to him," Silcox said.
from The streets will be paved, she said officer but was never
Alligator Creek directly across BoardChairman BCT Staff Writer planned. Hardee. Silcox said if the code enforcement
Mimosa Drive, gained approval this when questioned by Zoning City engineer Don Ruckman will .. duties were carried out during the
Decisions Upheld.
Walt Westcott
week. Zoning hours no
investigate future retention pondsfor fire chief's regular duty
any new developments, Commissioner The Starke City Council Mayor Vernon Silcox stated the compensation should be warranted,
Realtor George Roberts, who lives Travis Woods told the Starke unanimously upheld the city zoning Council can designate someone at but he should be paid if the code en-
The reclassification from R-lC across the creek from the proposed council Tuesday night, July 21. board recommendations in three any time to fill this position. "Whenwe forcement duties were done when I
(residential but allowing mobile park on Mimosa Drive, asked for The Suwannee River Water petitions for zoning changes brought come.up. with a qualified! _man,we, the homes) to RM-2 (mobile home park) more buffer than the 25 feet offered. Management District has inspectedthe before it at its regular meeting on -
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was requested by Olan W. (Pete) Roberts said that buffer would not two water detention ponds at the July 21.
to sell the be sufficient between a residentialarea In fourth petition, by Bclco
Barton who plans propertyto new Winn-Dixie Marketplace and a A man who cannot tolerate small ilia can never accomplish -
Agnes and Bobby Sapp, former and a mobile home park. determined they are not working as Enterprises, Guy Andrews electedto great things. Chinese proverb
local residents now of Atlanta, to That would be properly taken up they should Councilman Travis withdraw the request at this time.
build a mobile home park. The 18 when the site plan is presented to the Woods reported. Property owner tfhis also was accepted by the Coun- '
acres, currently overgown and city commission, said Zoning Direc- Guy Andrews assured the city zon- cil unanimously. (See separate ar- I I '
undeveloped will be entered via an tor Darrell O'Neal. ing board July 15 the two detention ticles in this edition)
extention of Thomas Street from the ponds at Winn-Dixie will be put in Officer... WARREN'SPlumbing
Enforcement
SR-16 side. Ms. Sapp said a 25 foot working order.If Code
buffer will be maintained. There is a Zoning board member AI Crosby working properly, they should Fire Chief Dwayne Hardee has & Elec. Services I \
high mound of dirt from dredging moved to approve the site for a behalf empty in five days after a declined to act as Building Code En-
Alligator Creek which lies on the mobile home park, saying one has rain, and dry in 30 days, Woods forcement Officer, said Councilman can help with those badly I
north side of the creek and providesmore been needed for years, that place- reported. Bobby Biggs.
buffer, the Starke zoning ment of mobile homes has been a City Engineer Don Ruckman will A discussion followed regardingcompensation o needed Home Improvement
board was told July 23.' serious problem in the city. Zoning get together with the Water Manage- for the code enforce- I
board member Julius Royal seconded ment engineering: the needs, ment officer. Councilman Charlie Prefects i i iCALL
., _. and the motion passed 6-1, for any new site; plans to:" be*f Schaefer said a figure of $75 per
Ms. Sapp'said trailer spaces will member Sam Bassett dissenting developed in the city, Woods said.: week, or $300; per month,_had beenr t I
\ TODAY
I I

I Telephone. Directory Representatives. in This Area Are Not from Centel 1

_01 individual "w "have received reports that a 964.4799 Evenings d
approached by an 964-7230
Central Telephone Company a telephone directory cover is not Days ,
representing himself as a Centel salesperson was, or is, representing
Centel officials are warning sanctioned by the company. "
(
I employee in an attempt to sell himself as a Centel employee.
received
business customers in the Starke Centel has complaintsfrom I
area that advertising being sold for ", --business' customers who were- advertising for a cover. I ___ ',

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Residents .'



Win.
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(from Page 1A)

drawn on it. N t
What would the R-1B classification !
&rMore
do for their property values,
asked Lorin Conner, 1296 Raiford I
Road and Steve Conner, next doorto
1296 Raiford Road.
Lex Johns, who just built a homeat forShrimp only
1206 Raiford Road,said he built in
an R-1A area and wants the com-
munity to maintain the same stan- '. "
dards as it is now or better. .,;:- ,;....' .,' :;
Area resident Herbert Green said $2.99 '{ .," ,> ,' I I
the site plan looked to him like the I
two story barn/house on the property ,
could be torn down and replacedwith
two lots.
Local realtor Laverne Outlaw said
that Tiffin is paying too high a price
for the barn to tear it down. Outlaw
said he didn't think the developmentwould Call
hurt area property values. onus
Evidently, Mr. Tiffin is
tell us it is not profitable to develop

the Zoning area asked.Board in an R-1A Outlaw Member classification replied BrendaAlvarez he 24 hours a day.FPL .

would not say it would be un-
profitable zoned R-1A. a. customer service telephone
Bobby Hall, a builder who owns 14
assist
ready to
representatives are I
across the street from the 01
acres
development,said he'd dislike to see you with inquiries and requests' i
small homes built on the Forsythe Dinner includes fried shrimp,golden-brown fish fillet 2 Southern-style hours 7 days week, I
property. hush puppies,fresh role slaw,natural-cut/french fries,lemon wedge and 24 a day
because Why should the developer we be wants penalized to cocktail sauce. Please call the telephone number II

come in and make more money," which appears on your bill.
& WEDNESDAYAllYouCanEat I
asked realtor Irene Faulkner, who SUNDAY
lives across SR-16 from the develop-
ment. Ms. Faulkner opposed the I

would R-IB classification be worsened.and said traffic Country-Style Fish Dinner $3.99Dining I

Builder Mike Griffis of Griffis Room Service Only H.RQ

Construction Co., who said his com- : I
pany has built 30 houses in behind ,
the proposed development, pointedout MONDAY & TUESDAY lulL_
'
that if more money Is put in the .
(Cot there would be less to spend on .
each disagreed.house. Mrs. Faulkner TVvo-Rece Fish Dinner $2.396StJ1 '. '

Zoning board member Al Crosby
moved to deny the petition for the : I
R-1B classification.The surrounding
zoning is in compliance with the city I
land use plan,and the city need R-1A !
areas as well as R-1B, said Crosby. I II IJ
Zoning board member Julius Royal ?
seconded and Crosby's motion pass I
ed 7-0. The zoning board got a hand seafood place.
e
from the audience.










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Those Old Patent Medicine Ads

etDJTOKJALSPoindexter -


Good for What Ails You ???

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If you're wondering what our grand- Even his sweetheart, she shook him, of body, mental alertness, and cheerful
Blamed for Placing parents did to while away those long Which made poor Ben loudly bellow. spirits. Large package $1.00."
winter evenings In the days before television Now Ben had a friend named McQueens, Some of the early ads seem a little on the
and movies, we believe we have the Who told him to take Smith's Bile Beans, crude side now, but were obviously designed -
President Untenable PositionLike answer-after thumbing through old issuesof And now he's rosy as any pink posey to catch the eye.
The Telegraph back to 1879: And has married a woman of means. For instance:
They read the patent medicine ads I
If you think that ad writers of today have Can't you imagine what Perry Como Don't Tobacco Spitor
uninformed President witha and colorful flow of could do with that one? life Is the truthful
an irritated fan scolding a well- disengaged, vivid imaginations a smoke your away ,
meaning but vulnerable football coach- lax and laid-back management style, however.They didn't Testimonials all resort were to one poetry of the, startling title of a bonk about No-To-Bac,

Ohio Senator Michael portrayed to the U.S. people by the .
Republican COD-ttV most popular mediums for getting the
DeWine told Rear Admiral John Tower Commission in its special review MOLLE'S OIL medicine man's message across to the (...r.

Poindexter in Tuesday morning's Con- board report last February.The public. Here's a typical example from a k UlrtniBiTUUCOIl>

gressional hearings: "You took the best picture given by Poindexter's < lady"For with a long a fluttering time I had heart a terrible: pain in .jtosaK:I::N RSft.vsySSaBsbsa...:MIp.r,. I.M:::'f,="
H.
player out of the game." before the _r._ ,..._. ",.lIoob'...._"" heart which fluttered I "n I ..=ou. ::'I':::
testimony Congressional .nrid. (lh my incessently. : .br.n.
... .. ::..Jr.,._, ....,','l.. _.. 1".'.&. u_ i.. .,..._.. _" .. aodiT
In attempting to shield the President committee this week is that of a strong- '. ( I. had no appetite and could not sleep. I .nli : 'tJ i IY....:=re;"...-.. ,I It'I
would be compelled to sit up in bed and : ....
from possible embarrassment in the willed President who knew exactly what ; I J::
belch gas from my stomach until I thought
Iran-Contra affair, Poindexter attempted 'he wanted and was willing to take great languages, "you ain't seen nothin yet"un- every minute would be my last. I was habit
Tobacco
to shift the "Buck Stops Here" risks to achieve his goals. til you read some of those lurid messagesof afraid to draw a full breath. I couldn't the harmless, guaranteed nicontinized nerves,
the of cure that braces up
yesteryear. They ran gamut
from the White House to sweep a room without sitting down and
responsibility Poindexter also pictured Reagan as a human drama and recommended cures for eliminates nicotine poison, makes weak
the national Security Council. Conse- existed. Faint resting. men gain strength, vigor, and manhood.To .
President who set the tone among his ailments we never knew To make a long story short, the poor
quently, Senator DeWine reminded Ad- top advisers for the climate of secrecy ladies who flee to the psychiatrist's couch woman suffered until she drank a bottle of The Public

miral Poindexter, that President that flourished inside the White House. today,must have derived consolation from New Heart Cure and after drinking the "Having decided to remain for a while at
of his lack of informa- the patent medicine bottle in the 1880'5.Tradition belched in bed home the Sanderson road near
Reagan, because "The President's feeling was that the .bottle, she no longer and my on
the has it that our forefatherswere Starke, I would like to have those who are
tion of facts was placed in the em-
out a secret covert ac- made of sturdier stuff than the both to
mind
way you carry in feeble health of or body,or ,
barrassing position of going on national tivity is that you limit the knowledge to pampered generation of today,but judgingby y' _. consult me,free of charge,and they will be
television and misleading the American number of the ailments enumerated in the patent ...R made acquainted with my Marvelous
the absolute minimum
people. peapie medicine ads,we are beginning to doubt it. ...... OY INI.IwrwfwW.... Medical Discovery, in a few minutes, not
the admiral said. Apparently Ad- If grandma and grandpa were so dadblam- FOR FAMILY SOAP MAKINGINt.M only relieves a patient of all pain and
Senator DeWine told Poindexter that miral Poindexter would carry this ed healthy why were the quacks eternally 't'u.'Iso..M II-t. .I.S 11V distress, but removes the causes from the

most of the confusion and loss of the ad- belief to the ultimate extreme, limiting seeking tit cure them of scorfula, tetter, IP"roar Wlllfl1nUJf.rjuxar. entire system, in less time than any other
ministration's could have some information to himself only after salt rheum, gravel, running sores, T4 1I.r)OYn." .
credibility r :=J.a-==::::::o-.rfiMl**** : treatment known, and without taking a
been avoided if the National Security excluding members of Congress, chilblains, St. Vitus Dance, Incipient Con- -- r1IONIr..If.In fU single dose of medicine by the mouth into
members of the Cabinet and the sumption, Barber's Itch, Scald Head, and the stomach.Dr.. van Edleren -
Advisor had carried out his primary du- even "the horrors"?'
IER' and world
SAP
,
ffiiiF Specialist Hypodermatist
ty of "advising" the President on Commander-in-Chief. himself. In fact, if it weren't for the patent famous in the art of Painless Tooth Ex-

foreign affairs and other matters, The present investigation has nothingto medicine ads, newspapers of those early ...,lftII..uu..r"Ve..... v.. tracting and minor Surgery."

rather than assuming that he "knew" do with the legality or illegality of Admiral years would have existed more Although it might seem that the
did. Medicine
what the President wanted him to do in precariously than they publishers of those days would wax fat on
Poindexter's actions. Its sole pur- advertising, plus "professional cards" of according to the testimonial, gained five from medicine ads such
revenue patent ,
carrying out his avowed policy. To pose is to finallyat at long lastuncover doctors dentists, and lawyers-who seem- pounds (a doubtful plug in this day of was not the case. The smooth-talking

make a bad situation worse, President the truth and only the truth in order that ed to consider it quite ethical to plug their dieting females.) salesmen would come to town load up the

Reagan, through his White House Congress, the President, Cabinet services in those days-made up at least 50 These testimonials were often signed by local druggists on pills and bitters and then
cent of the advertising in each issue of people with such incredible names as
that he would in per the into
spokesman, now says members and heads of all .talk struggling newspaperman
governmental The Telegraph before 1900. No wonder Libeous Leach of Nashua, N.H. But they
fact not have approved the diversion offunds agencies will get their heads Lydia Pinkham was looked upon as a were accepted at full face value by readersof

to the Contras had he been advised together with the determination that patron saint by many early publishers.To those early days. FftAHR AXLE 6REASE '

of the facts at that time. and means will be found to mention a few of the more colorfully- Another eye-catching trick of the early
pre-
ways
named preparations: there were BBB copy writers was to disguise an ad to look GRErr
In his lame Poindextersaid
explanation, vent another governmental debacle of
like a news item and lead off with a bold M YIU t.//. .
"I was convinced that the Presi- this magnitude from ever occuring II..IC .... headline such as"BRAVE MEN FALL"or t I Ir

dent would, in the end, think it was a again.Many. .-'iIU: i !;C "MILLIONS GIVEN AWAY." After

good idea. But I did not want him to be years ago, a statesman (not a"politician" '.i'i iiifr. 3 reading a few lines of the fine print that
..._ .
jmif M *- **W followed, the disillusioned reader found
associated with the decision. That's warned "A house divided .
no ) : "- **-T Ihrhia*.fflr. I
way to run a railroadmuch less, one of against itself cannot stand." Neithercan ltY.\! :!ssfmitM that the big news item was just another
for Brown's Iron Bitters Plantation
plug or
the world's two If stand .,...!!-Z.c-;
great super-powers. a nation long or serve its pea Chill Cure.
_...
Admiral Poindexter learned in well under conditions.If .... ..111 of method
anything ple such Typical this : :
wr.M D4LOFO.V.r:1/M.IIr.. ..
his long and distinguished naval career, World to End This Year / MM'I Jlt' learned and
this lesson has been
it must have been that subor- (Botanic Blood Balm) and PPP (PricklyAsh ( *.FlttER IUBRIC CR 09.....Tftk.
surely a
for the good of the nation let us hope it according to a forecast- yet while there
Poke Root, and Potassium), to say
dinate does not "assume" what his are a few who believe this, many more the medicine ad week tor a I
hasthe suffering, the embarrassment, nothing of Bile Biscuits, Electric Bitters, running every
Commander-in-Chief wants done in any and the boredom of these interminable Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, Hood's Sar- thousands know that Hosteller's Stomach handsome fee of$5 per year.Some of them
situation- in Bitters is the best medicine for Kidney wanted the to take that out in
particular especially one hearings will have been worthwhile. saparilla Cures, King Simmons Liver even paper
of such momentuous, worldwide Regulator. Aromatic Extract of trouble. trade!

Blackberry and Rhubarb, Taylor's Even as late as 1910 the patent medicine
significance, without discussing it with Beauty aid ads, which occupy so much
Cherokee of Sweet Gum and
his superior and hearing the order from Remedy space on today's society pages, were
Regional Plan May Mullein, Dr. Bigger's Huckleberry Cor- largely limited at the turn of the century to
the horse's mouth.
dial, Foley's Honey and Tar, Dr. King's and Social
hair restorers lengtheners.
Instead, according to his testimony New Life Pills Mather's Friend, Mexican P status in those days must have been
Admiral Poindexter said that he Mustang Liniment, and DeWitt's Little hair
Solve Landfill ProblemA measured by the length of a woman's
himself authorized the diversion to the Early Riser Pills (for liver and bowels.To r for, according to the ads, if it didn't reachto
read these fanciful names,one gets a
Contras of from the sale of below hex-knees she just didn't
profits arms mental picture (whether true or not) of 1 ..
to Iran and deliberately withheld that master plan of solid waste collec- zealous medicine men scouring the coun- I "belong. For instance- :,

information from the President...so I tion and disposal is being developed fora tryside for exotic berries roots,and herbs, "A woman's crown of glory is her hair.

could insulate him from the decision 13-county region, including Bradford and then concocting their mixtures in Jessie Fraser of Fine N.Y. must be a

and provide some future deniability for County.A some eerie spot on the dark of the moon ass neld a prominent place in the paper queenly woman. She wrote us last January

the President if it ever leaked out. detailed plan of the costs and offering them later bottle.to a long-suffering and this one, of that year, left little to the that her hair was nearly 64 inches long and
at 25
public cents a
thick. And she Hair
Senator DeWine said that Reagan, technologies is expected to be readyfor But you'll have to hand it to the boys who imagination"When the: bowels uncomfortableand very Vigor all the credit gave Ayer's

who has been dubbed "the Great Com- implementation by mid-1988. The wrote the ad copy. After more than 50 are
you miss that fine feeling of exhilira- I es....in comparison with the blurbs of
municator", if given the facts, could study by the engineering firm of Camp, years it still makes interesting reading. In tion which follows a copious morning yesteryear, today's advertising seems

have explained the Iran-Contra connec- Dresser, and McKee of Tampa, is fact,Beans one ode, written In praise considered of Smith'sBile operation, you should put a small quantityof somewhat subdued. No longer are men
be the
might even
tion in a manner that the American people costing Bradford County nothing; it is forerunner of today's singing commercial.It Simmon's Red Z Liver Regulator (the and women quite so concerned about their
could understand, thus protectingthe financed by a state grant and Alachua went like this: powder form) on the tongue and wash it "innards" as in the days of the old patent I
down with a little water. It overcomes the
medicine cure-ails that give us such a I
credibility of the President, rather County. Ben Jones was a capital fellow, tendency to chronic constipation, relievesa laugh today.
than trying to protect his ability to deny The region is comprised of 13 coun- But he was so confoundly sallow bloating feeling in the abdomen,

that he was aware of the diversion.The ties, from Bradford County in the That his friends all forsook him. sweetens the breath, and promotes vigor (To Be Continued'I I

question naturally arises: if Ad- southeast to Jackson County in the northwest

miral Poindexter was so concerned with and from the Suwannee river

shielding the President then..why did east.
;
he delay so long in holding back infor- County Agent's Notebook ey Bobby Taylor
will have to decide to
Each county
mation while Mr. Reagan twisted slow-
ly in the winds of incredibility while the join the regional plan or "go it alone."

Two, three, or more, counties may be You need to be extremely careful when
truth came out in dribbles over a periodof Pollution in the backyard garden? Mostof Avoiding Garden Pollution
seven months. According to his able to join into subregional groups, fora us probably never imagined such a using chemical preparations of any kind in
environment, even it we Haven't realized landscape and garden. Use pesticidesand
that your
landfill project may
regional But it happen. Many of our com-
testimony the NSC adviser remained thing. can
that there do home herbicides directed
small are things we can as only as on the product
silent on advice of his attorney becauseof prove less expensive than each mon gardening practices can contribute to gardeners to improve the situation. Ac- label, and don't add any more than
environmental This week I'll
the possibility that an independent county operating its own landfill.At discuss some of pollution.these. I'll also mention tually,any gardening practices can have a the recommended amount, even for "good

prosecutor might possibly file criminal can use trees and shrubs to detrimental effect on the measure."
this time, the possibilities are some ways you environment..things like excessive use of Excess chemicals not only injure plants
charges against him. In doing so he fight noise and air pollution around your
almost unlimited. A defection of ontcounty' pesticides and even such harmless- they also end up in the water supply, and
placed self-protection of himself above make the overall plan home. sounding practices as over-fertilizing and contribute to stream pollution. Two final
may We're all interested in having a cleaner
further damaging his Commanderinchief over-watering. chemicals Don't
tips on using : spray
for instance. It is a give
by remaining silent.In uneconomic, pesticides on windy days, and be con-
and take situationcost sharing is a siderate of your neighbors when applying
of Admiral Poindexter's ad-
light must. For example, a far off county herbicides along fence rows.

mitted withholding formula of the misleading truth, it should Congressby be must be subsidized in the hauling coststo JI! Letters to the Editor If you over-fertilize your garden or land-

a centralized landfill operation, if scape, you contribute to pollution problems
remembered that it was he who proposed that is the choice. .. because the excess fertilizer finds

a Soviet-style "disinformation" cam- its way to the water supply, where it isn't
paign against Libya last August, in These figures must be presented up easily broken down.

which the primary objective was to front, to the county commissions, so Reader Complains Property Appraiser This problem is also aggravated by over-

dispense misinformation worldwide they will have a basis for making a About Quality of Takes ExceptionTo watering. Too much water promotes
leaching of soil minerals and fertilizers.
through the press and electronic media. choice. Shall we go it alone, or will it be Hospital Care Budget EditorialDear Apply water at a rate that can be absorbedby

more economical to join the regional Editor: the soil.

Fiesty Congressman Jack Brooks, a plan? Or is a sub-regional associationthe Editor Telegraph: Get into the habit of using mulches and
In to editorial of
I am writing this letter regarding our response your July 16,
and alternative? ground Both of these soil
best covers.
member of the investigating committee cheapest new facility, Bradford Hospital Incorporated 1987, I want to point out that since being prevent
erosion and maintain soil
found it "incredible" that a presidentialstaff Whichever method, it will be expen- (a subsidiary of Santa Fe Health elected I have never appealed my budgetto Barren soil that help doesn't hold water moisture.well is

member believed he could providethe sive. The commission is currently stu- Care Systems). the Department of Revenue, nor have I an easy target for the damage caused by
President with selective knowledgeand dying an assessment for solid waste I have recently had my wife, now ever threatened to do so. Your suggestionthat heavy rains. Nutrient elements and

thereby insulate him from political disposal. The board wants users to pay deceased, who was terminally ill with Cir "the county commissioners are afraidof chemical residues are quickly released in
the budget of the is
advanced
rhosis of the liver in stages and property appraiser"
the runoff water and contribute
to
embarrassment. "If this relationship the bill. Carcinoma of the breast with metastasis to demeaning to them and offensive to me. tion pollu-

between the President and his staff is There is no end to garbage. It's the bone treated there as an outpatientand So let me speak plainly. When I submit a problems.Good mulching materials include dried

condoned, who will ever believe any disposal is a must. inpatient.We budget, I am prepared to explain to the lawn clippings, leaves pine bark, pine
President of the United States again? These and other questions now face had many unpleasant and people of Bradford County, the county needles, and even gravel or marble chips.
our commissioners. Hopefully the frustrating experiences. Each week that commission, the Department of Revenue, Some of the more popular ground covers
Rep. Brooks asked. "Not the American ; we returned for out-patient services we and to If want to do are liriope mondo and
study by the engineering firm of Camp you. you something grass, ajuga,
people not our friends not our adver- were required to give the same repetitive
Dresser and McKee will the boardan constructive, why don't you study the english ivy.
saries." give information such as name,address and in- budgets of all of the offices and the county You can also use plantings of trees and
edge in determining the best route. surance. These routine things should be commission and, instead of playing shrubs to reduce pollution around your

In his testimony, Poindexter also Meanwhile, if you've got any better pulled from previous records and not have favorites, make your suggestions as to home. Planting screens, hedges, and

drew a portrait of President Reagan ideas, the commisson would no doubt the patient detained unnecessarily for where cuts can be made? ground covers can significantly reduce

that bears little semblance to the welcome them. repeated red tape. Alvarez noise and air pollution. They control dust
There seems to be a lot of confusion in Jimmy
wind
by limiting erosion and they help
the admitting of patients and the billing Bradford, County Property Appraiser i purify the air by producing oxygen.

process. I feel that this could be handled in Flowers,woody ornamentals, trees,and
.. a more expeditious manner since this does turfgrasses improve the appearance of
;' ..- not seem to be a problem in other nurses bur i n uceuui tat iwi mi uicu. surroundings and reduce visual pollution.So .

/, hospitals.I My family and I received the impressionthat in summary, as a home gardener,
A found the level of nursing care in they were uncaring and lacked profes you can do more than you might have
general to be inadequate and poor. The sionalism. Perhaps this has been brought realized to fight pollution problems. It'll
hospital apparently works with a skeleton about by under-staffing. take the combined effort of all of us to

..... crew since they maintain such a low cen- I find it truly sad that for a community clean up our environment and the best
sus. The patient was not even checkedonce the size of Starke and as hard as the local place to start Is right in your own back
an hour and when pain medicationwas physicians have worked to Improve health yard. Make sure you water and fertilize
Saturn th:! second.largest planet! in our solar' system i. also the Man dans. H would float requested nursing response care that we receive such poor service. adequately, but not in excess, and be
,
sometimes took 43 minutes to an hour. I Robert Muir thoughtful rind considerate when using
in an ocean H tn.iV was on* big .nough to nolO' &' also questioned the qualifications of some Rt.4,Box 1479,Starke pesticide and herbicide materials.











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Proposed School Board Budget for 87-88 to be Presented II 1 1A



proposed tentative 1987-88 ministrator Dewey McKinney The The Pay Raises... request for the ,
pay raises before the
Terence had be
to increased In-
to from.f40,0001o
budget is set to be range $41,200, Supt.
Bradford presented to the board approved a supplement of Supt. Duncan said he feels comfor- board sees the budget. terest other administrators Duncan saia.Supt. .
school board this Monday J2.950 for McKinney to handle the table with the recommended pay in Board member Jimmy Scott, an It would take more than $1,300 difference Duncan of J
night,July 27, at 7 gave examples
p.m.The collective
bargaining duties with the accountant
and the dollars are asked, "What if we find I
school board is creases to interest them in the BUS the salaries of other area high school
expected to teacher union, the Bradford Educa available. down the line somewhere that
wecan't position other administrators at the
Palatka
workshop the principalships: High
proposed budget tion Association. "
afford it?
which totals Faced with approving large expenditures meeting indicated. $44,000, Union High $41,500, and
about
113 million including With teachers due to report to "I'd feel
before the like I'd
budget, been The
seeing BUS.principal's salary will Baker High $41,000 to 42000.
some$1 million in new fuml work the middle of August,an agreement the board became uncertain. sandbagged," said Chairman Hall
from the state for fiscal 87-88. It will on the teacher contract will Board member Len Schlofman When no motion came, Schlofman
be the first time the board has seen have to be reached quickly or the asked Supt Duncan If he is comfortable said, "Hey, I made mine. Don't look
the new budget figures. teachers will face being paid in with the budget Chairman at me." Schlofman asked, "Do we
the Supt. Jim Duncan said he hopes September without their salary increase Rodney Hall asked Dunan "Have want to look at the budget, to do it Diskettes by 3M Maxwell
board
will
approve the planned in place. "
you gone all the way through the right?
budget to be advertised and adoptedas The N-I salary increase will total budget?" When he still got no motion to approve & other name brands
a tentative budget. "From now on about$235.000, said Supt. Duncan. Supt. Duncan said he has no Supt. Duncan's recommendation -
until the second or third Monday in Supt. Duncan said the one impor- Hall
preconceived notions about teacher gave up the gavel andmade
September"we'll be pretty busy with tant budget factor still unknown Is bargaining. "I feel comfortable the motion to approve the pay Computer RibbonsFor
the the budget board. the supenntendent told the cost of employee medical in (about the budget," Duncan increases. The vote for the motion ( Most Printers
surance. The school system currently reiterated. was unanimous. )
Supt. Duncan recommended and pays t8S3 per year for its medical, Board member Len Schlofman
the board approved 5-0 five percent dental, and life insurance policies moved to table the raises proposaluntil BIIS Principal Raised... COMPUTER PAPERWe
pay increases for non-instructional through the Northeast Florida Monday night, July 27, when The board also approved an Increase .
(N-B employees and ad. Education Corsortium. Supt. Dun- the tentative budget is presented.But in the responsibility factor have the best price available and guarantee

yet ministrators.seen the new Because budget they the had not can says the cost is going through Hazel Hall pointedout for the BHS principal from 1.13 to satisfaction: Use our paper and if it doesn't run good in
board
the roof N-IYemployees
however. would have to be 1.2, which has the effect of increasing
hesitated but decided to approve The board and some N-I 1 paid for July without their five percent the salary $3,500. your computer, we will take back and give Full Credit
Supt. Duncan's recommendation to employees discussed whether they'd pay raises. There was no second The differential between a max- within! 15 DayslCOMPLETE!
approve the pay raises. rather have less than five percent to Schlofman's motion. imum elementary principal's salary
I teacher pay raises are still pay raises and apply the differenceto "We've been in this situation and the high school principal's
unknown due to the collective insurance. Payroll clerk Hazel every year," said Chairman Rodney salary is now $3,500 and was about
,I bargaining procedure which is set to Hall said money paid for health insurance Hall. "I know he's got a balanced $1,800 The high school principalship
begin this Friday July 24.at 10am., is not counted toward taxable budget; maybe it's not that bad. It's is considered the most difficult job of
I said the board negotiator ad:. salary. not that unusual," Hall !said of the any principalship and the salary dif-
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trash collecting sites throughout toe bage collection system,county wide. Darrell O'Neal. "It is easier and he says "The public is putting the
t county several years ago has done "We may be forced into a man- cheaper to pick up the trash and gar burden back on the county becauseof
little to curb the problem.One datory county wide pickup service bage ahead of the litterer, than to go the abuse of the facilities we have
alternative that some counties here if the litter problem doesn't behind him to pick up and clean up," provided for them."
have gone to is a mandatory gar- improve,"says Solid Waste Director

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Deuma Lfsm Cantons an.. a.-.
i daU Robot GramtadU taom .i
Weddings Births Club News Law le9, were wed att 731: ._.

e Engagements Church News SocitxlEventsEnzazements Saturday. Apr ZS. at EtwngnraBaptKt F
Chore: n larattrp rntttt*Brv
James Saunters: cmdiKttin One sw- _

race*. .
The tmde is DIe danCtter. Mr
and Mrs AW_ Gatfcms .* Lwnwy L

1'be1I511be1Iil aadlDlrs _
I Cecil Cra i.nt Jr...f Lmttry.
A program .f nqptaal sesarc was t
I provided !by Bbune :Sta.ite4dmg dBC. Date
: and rVaokUn Xjirawttk.
: Church OnanaamK oKflwDnd an

'-' -.- arch eandRiafara miffib fcginnd taanrs
centering One gntynl area. ntmiaqg
Benita Franklin, The groom-elect is a 1987 graduateof A reception will follow the the arck cmdeita wtn tanpc arrangemeais -'bAwdi:
the University of Florida with a ceremony at the Officers' Club. .1 fmlb lltowers.
Randy L. Sounders degree in computer engineering.The Camp Blanding. Garlands*wne wnd as KDgUhgttfttrfc
Announce Engagement wedding is planned for 6 p.m. Family pew marten were auaftedwitn x
Saturday, August 15, at the home of Bridget Skeen. large mAne....5.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Franklin,Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Franklin, Jr. Robbie Underhill During toe enremroy ufae gvnmn
of Lawtey would like to announce the All friends and relatives are invited -
sang to*ns tare a slaws mat tee flied
engagement of their daughter, to attend the wedding. Wedding July 25 compnwid.
Benita, to Randy L. Saunders, son of A reception is to follow.
The of :Serving tied
weddmg Bridget Iran mm was OnuajmeSaldwm. J l
Mr. Charles Saunders of Miami and '
Melissa Winkler Skeen and Robert David Underbill is ttanero were Knotty Gtett.
Mrs. Claritha Reese of
Hollywood,
FL. set for 7:30 p.m. Saturday. July 25. Ricky M__.BC and Cfcaritee
C. Steven StringerTo at Madison St. Baptist Church in Padgett.

Wed July 25 Starke.A rite maid .. bwwr Kara
The bride-elect is a 1979 graduateof reception is to follow the MoHrtxius,was a iiifl keel red Bai-
Davidson College, Davidson, NC The wedding of Melissa Leigh ceremony at the Starke Women's feu gmea featuring a tuned tarfuce.vnecUme
and is working on a master's degreein Winkler and C.Steven Stringer is set Club on Walnut St. basque weed and tie-
electrical engineering from the for 4p.m. Saturday, July 25, at the All friends and relatives are invited tona1l sw._.
University of Florida. Post Chapel Camp Blanding. to attend. Bridal attendants Stacejr Stafiwn*. ...
Lisa Sapp and! Bramtta Boer was

gowns mmtffime n SMUr: ac ntoat .f
the maid ef tameKristeea

I of ReunionA )JI *BBS and Pan
Class 1972 Planning '"
Moorbous were Uower grit war*! t
Ricky Beck as toe rang bearer: .
Evertte McKenzie, Cleveland Mor The taste. ."." ,, \ .
for the class of Mildred Anderson, Shiann Renay dven n ntannajie b9 -' \
15-year reunion rIs, James Mullis. Patricia Myers. tier father; were a g can .. wsatafJo !bar
Anderson, Thomas Andrews Carl t I
1972 is set for Saturday, August I, at : _\:
Donna Moms, Mike Oliver Janice teaXnrmg :utew Itiiarnnnckjbne .
the Officer's Club at Camp Blanding Armstrong, Joe Bedford, Adrian : ,.
Parsons, Mike Reed Jimmie Ross and kliutixn ..
wrortJengtb
Blake,Joyce Lee Bolton,Joey Bran- ynke -
from .
6 p.m.lam. son, Manzy Brown, Larry Brooks, Mark J. Shoy. David Stalnaker idled sJleeweiv. a tatwjnr ... ': t.
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Cynthia Broxton, Dennis Cohens, Mike Starling, Barbara Tymck.Pat waistline ewer*ott skat and titaapej .\. .
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If you plan to attend please call Holland Corbitt, Beverly Ann Watts. Kris WeISSinger Frank tram witto ammanl m. raHUIes ami '.W'
Lee Sparks at !964-6330 or Pam
alencon border
: Crowell, Louise Edwards asdap p aes
Patsy ::if' .
... Wheeler at 964-7061 to make dinner
;.. Benjamin Gleaton, Sharon Crews, Whiteneck: Ralph Yaggie. Judith A reception' was briefs aCburcta. ""; .
reservations. Payment may be Rebecca Sue Goolsby. Alfred Lee Gail Young Michael D. Aliere. lolloix>g die cwraMny BB. tube .. .1 fair. .. _
; made at the door or can be sent to Griffin, Gloria Jean Griffin, Brenda James M. Henderson, Patricia fe1loabtpIa'.tJ'' et Lies yARem B.i nsa
BHS Class of 1972, P.O. Box 144, Sue GriffiS, Helen Hall, James Marie York Lenore Ernest. ROM .&Mr*.Randall CraofordBomtCng
Starke, FL. Michael Henderson, Geraldine O'steen, Kathy Lappe, Maxwell Attending to One panda tatter were

If any information on the following Louise Hendneth, Vicky Henry, McGill Steve Ross Gail Randolph Melissa Backus and Mime 1Immr g1Sdtn. Carol Prevail; director of the recep-
graduates is known, please call the Gayle Johns, Phyllis Jones, Bobby Pamela Morris, John Griffis and :Serving the cake mate StatWey guests.to sign the brides lion was Jenny Sikes and Cheryl
numbers above. King Kelly Russell McCrav. James' Joan M. Gnffis. Chapman and Rnoda Aon ASaDHim. si. wk was Christy: Racking Crawford with assistance by Cathy
Off ermg the: groom's cake was Bran- The wcdUkng. vas directed bBackus..


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A Specialty Gift Shop Recent Social Happenings. .

$ A couple of exciting new Items you must see: Spenser Travis Pearson
Our "Doll of Month" Donald and Nancy Pearson would
the birthday dolls. A perfectway
like to announce the birth of a son. The Harold Khodens JboQa.0IIII1IIIrctwnft. nww gift to tile Bridal Showers Held
to start a doll collection. Beautiful porcelain enuptte was a vacuum cleaner:
Spenser Travis. He joins a brother To Honor Bridget Skeen
dolls in exquisite dress. James age 3. Host Rehearsal Dinner .4 pantry shower was held July Tat

Also, boxed stationery in cloth covered hand- Maternal grandparents are Mr. The fellowship tana! *tf Kbr! :Stunt* the amine of Miiia and Cheryl Bridget Skeen, bride-elect of Rob-
made boxes. The boxes have a variety of uses and Mrs. Gerald L. Crawford of Church ci Ced was tar! setting tar a 'angan m figh Springs bie Underhill was the guest ol honorat
Arraniorawncs W vanoos kitcnenanmHtoaond bridal held June 16. The
: shower
when empty. An elegant gift, for yourself or a Theressa. wedding rebemrsaU dtanw land 7 tied a
was a a Verba Martin
greenery shower given by
Paternal grandparents are Mr. P m. rhuredrv July M. ra ftwmir'a*
.special friend.. and Mrs. James Pearson of Mart Kiradenaxid Parila cnumrpiMrm the dining area. Terry It Jenese Jones & Shyrel
We patronagel! Shelby.Window > MCKanuyTbe '
appreciate .
your
," : JIIC. '.. !ball mas idttcmttcid m ttams- Nimseiws pantry articles wereprssested Crawfont t, fe held at the tatter'shome ill ___.
alone with favoriterieepnaal un Hampton Lake.
dar and
miule. raped tables were
.'. .. covered m while and ceotnvd with niArednents16isatises Among the 40 guests attendingwere
far the oeeastoB were the bride's mother, Mrs.
lavendar drawers I m bad A
Mutoi and Cheryl Vaughn.< Beverly Durrance and her grandmothers -
five-tiraticbed
vtitmecxntUefuftrm- lour gift B. the couple: was a Mrs Ruby Green & Mrs
tertwined mith ttavendar vuiMs
mop-1M&amt.paDlryItrms.A! Louise Cole. Also in attendance was
the bead tatUr. UP
graced BUfiM-sfftlte
A '- .auI was held July 11a the groom's mother. Mrs Sylvia
tables Dcwcrad liaivuufiarwitn }
were no
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the tease Judge and Mrs. L'ndertull
white slate accnntidl
s wrtjj
Gewipe P\RnPec-
with purple bejtiuum iballliMais OwjpUrt cnjurrd: namDurgers WIth Arrangement of silk flowers and
Various salads ;add trains mate ..- candles In the bride's chosen colors
add the trimmings and Homemade ice
feted lo guests. waaa. were used throughout the partyarr.l.
Marty and Paula pmutsattiA grftts .
TaMvS were set np m the game
Dressings to then-att ndantfuCohosts
rwun an teint accununodate tne ap- Hostesses presented the bride-
for Utoe! nail Mr
were
peiaaotatety 4).guesct elect with a place setting in her
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and Mrs/ S. J. O--. Mrs. Jerry tftwaesies fcir floe ccasno wereJuraor preferred china pattern.
Huls*>and Mrs Bertha! PtantciBUL+ Stoic .
ant Mr.aadXn..II.
George Pierce. A lingerie shower given by
;.. Dress Your Windows With Character The dinner wedding robearsal MUmmdl ..Ounean.Chaplain and Margaret Wadsworth and Bobbin
the sins Buy So.Mr.and XrsJunmyCaiainfrand Barrett was held June 23 at the homeof
!Mr.ami Jfcs.Jim Lewis: the latter
Honored
Lynn Vaughn
A tna!irra was presented to
At Bridal Showers Otor eminle y the..l and hostesses! The hostess presented Bridget
;itt a nmmnfiaaf fl: seeasaon with a corsage of carnations.
A BusoeHane utowwr tmraumne The refreshment table was
A 1bI nesa- was held July 1Caa
Lynne Vaughn farade ctert at flraig covered with a white lace cloth
!Off! home at Diane Alhgood inAtee
Sapp (KnmDayt,was btu JldV:2 at u.. enhanced by an arrangement of dusty
Va the New Oak Grit XttfOiua Ctiunu* flowers.
Price Sale games were played Miss rose and light pink

in HigbSprmgsA carnation 'aogttn oprad!One many gifts after Among tile 25 guests attendingwere
carcace ma
J ware! utiewummes were served mBnats the bnde-elect mother; the
presented .. Mrs I'angtia
qNIIIentr.nnC tike! dieing tram. groom's mother and Brena Skeen
the ttaltovHtnp king mltaclk
.- .- for the oeeasiaa: were and Pam heeler, sisters of thetJnde.e1ed.
was decanted wilt tncufc tvuf arranges -
: !
LEVQLOR .aditne Mean:, Soaroa MalpaervkrwjujftML .
Verticals L Carcaiies were abw Ruins Diane AJbgo d.
gives 1a the moctaerc: mf Bne trade.!
A tonnwie out&t was presented to A calling shower was neap July 30
Free Estimates groamaul: grancbixacnertnne JdaisVaWnnfeo/ .tIW hostesses as a at the home of Mrs. John Sapp in
Hostesses far event were Out -cMI
tae.aaw.nOQ Heilbron
'" Spnngs Guests were in-
: : Free Installations vited to call beginning at 7:30 p.m.

MISS Skeen: anu ner mother were
Free Valance presented with a white carnation
1I Sec w.for corsage.: The groom-elect's mother
g Shop at Home! .Qwo1trybmuotio: _.ltmtamiaw 1s.. Mrs. R. C Underbill and grand-:
I. cber *Atlcn Unt'Gift.*furtf IIUUBMOTuKrd parentS. Mrs. John H. Moms and

::: ........ BrtdWI Amewric.f given pink corsages.
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.. Aemiumr.tvfeeir.for ..
.r Guests were anted refreshments
a in the dining room after the gift

g a Blinds ". ... opening.A trench lace cloth coveredthe
tr45s5 Cares Jrn. tabie.Encircling the punch bowl

i Plastic Shades 1 / Pr-Ice ]:I.K1''sDreMi( ..eC were greenery- and mums.

Hostesses for the event were Mrs.
Woven Woods / ZImported IlL Gift Karl Harms. Sirs. Wayne Hixison.

lFmdfoll s.- I Mrs.John Sapp.Mrs.Kenneth Snow

5M.,, ,,c-- ..s.-oIo and Mrs.Edward Winkler.Their gift
: to the couple was a Black and
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All 2,3 & 4 year classes.

Serving Starke, Keystone, and Gainesville

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After you've heard two;' different .y.wltn.ss account of tboam :

*automobile accident, you begin to wonder about the valldk Local Couple Enjoys the Taste of Italy I

I ty of history. How do we know, for sur*, what over happened w

anywhere By s-.idI garden.Betsy began using the herbs Asuissi, Italy, agree that a typical
. . . . . . . . . . . .. ... .. .. Betsy Yaws ongbi acquired her from the lady'. garden In her own Italian meal is an informal one.
taste for Italian food in the best environment cooking, experimenting with a Compared to typical American cook-
possible Italy. In 1982 variety of them. Her interest teas Ing, however, even an informal
whole still at Florida State University now grown into quite a hobby. In- Italian meal seems a bit com
she got the opportunity to study cluded in the many herbs that Betsy plicated. The first dish served during
THE overseas to the fSU Florence Pro now grows in her own herb gardenare typical Italian meal is pasta.
gram. The time she spent in Rosemary, Sage, Thyme, When the pasta dish is finished,a se
DFFICESHDP Florence aad other cities in Italy has Parsley, Oregano, and Sweet Basil. cond course consisting of a meat
greatly influenced the types of foods Betsy suggests that herbs be pickedin with a vegetable is served. Bread is
\ she cooks today. the morning when their pungencyis also served during the second course
jl Betsy's interest in cooking cameas at its peak. For herbs that cannotbe but never is it served with pasta, the
} a result of her interest in herb grown year round, like Oregano, reason being that in Italy pasta is
ip\ HOW.Call St. gardening. This type of gardening Betsy dehydrates them and then considered a bread.After the second
was introduced to Betsy by "a little Jars them for later use. course,a salad may be served dressed
964-5764 old lady"that she stayed with while Both Betsy and her husband Lan- with olive oil and balsamic
r in Italy who kept her: own herb _raIlCC!_ om 11. whom she met-inS vinegar. During the meal wine
Starktl Fla. a and/or water is also served.
The foUowing is the first and se-
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Z cloves garlic, chopped fine or
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standard slap;... 1 large can chopped tomatoes

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BatgaBramMM DH1-70702 large bunch parsley chopped
tlr.wrt whoa DH'-787Of tiny saUlIS_ salt and pepper to taste
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hRMwood DH170TOTDHtTSTM 61 Heat oil. Add garlic and simmer
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clams. Add salt and
parsley pep-
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All steel construction with open.channeIloading. i' tomatoes taste done (about 40
1 L1 minutes). Add clams and turn
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Holds half strips of 105 standard staples.
heat.Cook 2 minutes.Serve over hot
.......ck OHr-737Dr spaghetti. (Whole wheat spaghetti is
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Brown Wood DH1-73TO4 Ro.g.S10-50_
BUM Navy DH9737O9DH17370T

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT INVITATION TO BID
1 NOTICE FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA NOTICE OF 'INTENTION SEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE
Legal Notices The School Board of Bradford
County CIVIL DIVISION TO REGISTERFICTITIOUS BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES OF THE CITY
will sell on a sealed bid basis, the CASE 86-173 NAME OF STARKE. FLORIDA AT THE CITY HALLIN

original witn tno Clock ot this Court following Surplus Equipment on 8/13/87. FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK, Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida STARKE FLORIDA UNTIL 6:30 P.M. on
NOIKXOtAmiCATIONKM oltttor boforo ..", Ic. on Huabond'f attomoy ot 1:00: p.m. Plaintiff Statutes, notice I* hereby given that the TUESDAY. AUGUST 4. 1987. AT WHICH
TAX MID or Immodlatoly thoroaltvr; oth.rwl You may look at these surplus vs. undersigned Charles S. Pearce Rt. 2 TIME AND PLACE ALL BIDS RECEIVED
NOTICE 15 MERELY CWEN. the LG. .o a (judgment will be for the relief vehicles and equipment Monday through ALMA J. THOMPSON Box 322. Keystone Heights, Fla. 32656 WILL BE PUBLICLY OPENED AND READ
Dy.4. tile hoMer of m.. foUowmaj c.rfrcrta. demanded In the P.fltian. Friday 8:30 A.M. til 3:30 P.M. ot the Defendants.NOTICE sole owner, doing business under the ALOUD ON THE FOLLOWING:
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.- I sd seed c.KEI.res WITNESS hand and official teal of Operations Center. 519 N. Orang. St.. OF SALE firm name of Solutions Shop Rt. 2. Box -STEP DOWN"TRANSFORMER
Lisa aired b ..M-- t.er.0s. "-.ceaM4 my Starke. Florida 32091, Phone 964.8780. Fla. 32656. Intends -
this Court on this 21.t day of July. 1987. NOTICE Is hereby given that, pursuantto 322. Keystone Heights. SPECIFICATIONS MAY BE OBTAINED AT
.. e.Me..d ,... of kteu.ra.' GILBERT S. BROWN Sealed bids will be accepted until the Final Judgement entered in Case to register said fictitious name CITVHAU
.. 01.-.1...._.. tIIe prepay .rid.. Clerk of the Court 12:00: Noon Bids will be opened and Number 86-173 in the Circuit Court of under the aforesaid statute. The City of Storke Reserves the RightTo
i. edwb. 4.s w .u-.d Kfdlnwst By Linda L. Peorce awarded to the highest bidder at 1:00 Bradford County Florida I will sell the Dated this 10 day of July A.D. 1987 in Accept Or Reject Any Or All Bids.
,' Deputy Clerk P.M. on the above do'.. properly situated In Bradford County Bradford County. For The Starke City Bond Trustees
d..... ....198$ Vehicles and
C..nAc.na.Nor IlY..r .r- 813IN equipment as follows: Florida described as: 7/164tpd8/6 Neil. Tucker
1 Mai.-of ftonerfvwJ'1839' .00402 7/234tch9 1965 Dodg. Pick Up Truck Parcel 2: South V, of Lot 19 except -- City Clerk
SOT 3> M OF RD EX E 339T L EX W ITS' 1974 Ford Van 17 ROW. and North 50 feet of Lot 30 except 71162'chg723NOTa
scene**31 TO'I5IW5OUTh5 RANGE THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 1972 Ford School Bus 111 ROW of Section 18. Township 5 South
:22 POLK COUNTY 1972 International School Bus *8I Range 22 East as per mop or plat of
__ k. ....... .Hf...,....., I.W. CASE NO. GCG87.0004 1962 Chevrolet School Bus 306 Woodlawn. recorded In Plat Book No. 1, NOTICE OF HEARING
AND PATMCM UOVD.A COMMUNITY NATIONAL BANK AT BAR 4 Each, Clark. Shampoo Units Model page 17 of the public records of Bradford NOTICE OF HEARING ON RESOLUTIONFOR NOTICE is hereby given that on Mon
4 at sad p..p.n....... .the Counf TOW. CM 20 County Florida containing 5.496 EXCHANGE OF COUNTY PROPERTY day. Jury 27. 1987. ot IO-00 o'clock A.M..

of II/ABFOFD. Scene of fk.idsLull..icb e Na'ionallo..ki..g Corporation 2 Each, Magic Chef ((4 burners) Got acres, more or less (PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 125,35 AND the ............... Gator Freightwoy.
corM/.enr Sc.rMfk.ts 'Plaintiff Ranges Parcel 3: Lots 30. 31, and 34 in 125.37, FLORIDA STATUTES.) SITUATEDIN Inc.. will sell at public auction. for cosh at
tall fee r.d.aw il tKconMno;to low the v*. 1 Each Hobart Food Mixer, (Heavy WOODLAWN per plat thereof in Plat THE SOUTH ONE HALF OF THE 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Fla.. one
or..,...,...dsani.d In such certificate or MARIE A. WHITMAN. Duty Commercial Unit) Book 1. page 17, of the public records of SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF THE lot of o/c units consigned to Lennox
c.rn0xebs r.41 be sold. to fie highest Defendan' 2 Each, Stelnway A Son Grand Pianos Bradford County, Florida. EXCEPT the SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION Inds., Orlando. Fla., one lot of wire
......... ., ... -- hawow. -- .... NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE 1 Each Hamilton Piano North 50 feet of Lot 30. and that portionof TWENTY-ONE, TOWNSHIP SIX SOUTH. rock consigned to Sprague Electric
21\tII.\ .... of A.g.e.. rte s 1I.OOA.M. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I. 1 Each Howard Piano lot 30 lying West of SR 225-A. In Section RANGE TWENTY-TWO EAST. BEING IN longwood, Fla., to satisfy freight and
Oared ..,.M* >day d..PY.19Q1.GlIULTS Dolph E. Reddigh. Sheriff of Bradford 1 Each. Wurlitzer Electric Organ 18 Township S South Range 22 THE CITY OF STARKE. BRADFORD COUNTY storage charges under the provisions of
.IRO AI.CLERK County. Florida under and by virtue of a 1 Each. Whirlpool Portable Washer East.at FLORIDA: Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of
S. ?oer r:::BT:Beefah Moody Writ of Execution heretofore Issued out 7/232tchg 7/30 public sale, to the highest bidder for TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Lading.Pro. .
Clone of Goals Court.BRADFORD of the ..........tltled Court. In the cash at the front door of the Bradford You will take notice that in accordance 13-025284 did 5/21/87
Cewny. ........ty..... cause, hav. /levied upon County Courthouse in Starke, Florida with the provisions of Section. Pro. 04-O78687 dtd 5/12/87
Florida.. the following property. situate, lying at 11:00 A.M. on the 17th day of August 125.37. Florida Statutes, the County Gator Freighfwoys, Inc., Carrier
7/7].irchg and being In Bradford County Florida, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 1987. Commission of Bradford County Florida 7/16 2fchg 7/23

to-wit: FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA GILBERT BROWNAS in the County Courthouse on North Temple
Thef portion. of the north 345 feet of CIVIL DIVISION CLERK OF SAID COURTBy Avenue on Monday August 3. 1987.
IMNntTATKMTOBIO the NW-1/4 of SE-1/4 that (let west oft CASE 86-489", : Beulah Moody at 10:00 AM will take up for final actiona UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
Th* Cary of ton-toy Ce-..ity ..... Seaboard Airline Railway rlght-of- FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK Deputy Clerk resolution providing for an exchangeof MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
Beselcp.wf.t One.. export. *>* ..idleO.e.irl..tF.Icc.clo. i way and that portion of the north 34S Plaintiff, 72341chgB6UNITED property plus additional, funds not in JACKSONVILLE DIVISION
....._:'will- feet of the NE-l/4 of SW-t/4 that lie. vs. excess of $1.500 pursuant to Sections Case No.86.643-Civ-1.12

rs.vr..edMd. idsar tfc..Demolition east of Stat. Rood No. 200 (alto known FLOYD M. SETTLES VADA M. SETTLES. STATES DISTRICT COURT 125.35 and 125.37 Florida Statutes. Pursuant UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
a.dLosC1 skgdNr..CJjsinglamiiF ; .- of US. !Road No. 301)) In Section 3. F. DAVID SETTLES. AND BARBARA Z. MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA to proposal of Carl Hurst which Plaintiff
.....4."..... Lacoa ore toft. Street Township 6 South Range 22 East except SETTLES JACKSONVILLE DIVISION proposal was spread upon the minutesof Y.
(72SD>>.t1tL.......... (toad and BrOww Lane.. ..I f'.of-way. Defendants Case No. 87.424-CIv-J-12 a meeting of the County Commissionheld THE ESTATE OF LOUISA LINDSEY.
d1..Ess. ....Stoet Tot-oef Aral of.' -os the property of the above-named NOTICE OF SALE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA on 4 May 1987. and approved proposing and the Heir ot Low. Juanita
'-"Y." fI Inde.. **ds wM.. accepted ofCu defendant and that on the 17th day of NOTICE it hereby given that pursuantto Plaintiff, that said Commission agree to Carter Tom Lindsey. Alfred
.... iiiiifi1 elopmenf Office August 1987 Monday at 2:00: p.m. on the Final Judgement entered in Cose Y. exchange certain lands owned by it for Lindsey and Wanda A. Williams
.....dwtla.lwsyVok.rteeyFie.Sr.. said day on th.premises of th. Bradford Number 86-489 in the Circuit Court of ROBERT J. TEASTER and PATSY A. certain lands owned by Carl Hurst, pursuant and the unknown heirs,
ton, Pose Office Rax 41*. lawtey FL County Sheriffs Office. I will offer for Bradford County Florida, I will sell the TEASTER. to Sections 125.35 and 125.37. devisee, grantee assignee,
3XBSeM4 12:00 noon art Jut*30. 1987. solo. and sell to the highest. bidder for property situated In Bradford. Cloy and Defendants. Florida Statutes the land and terms being (tenors. creditors, trustees.
Bids xM bo opened a*12:05".-019 July' cash In hand the abov.-described property Collier, County Florida described as: ORDER OF SERVICE BY PUBLICATIONThis described as follows: or other claimants by. through.
c. 30. MB. For odAHwuMbrmaflorr as the property of the said defendant Parcel' !: All of the SE II 4 lying East of cause came to be heard upon the IN A PARCEL of land lying in the South under or against THE ESTATE OF
coo* by tft...... or call 782-3730 berMMM satisfy said Execution SR 100 ROW and South of SR 100A ROW verified motion of Plaintiff for an Orderof One.Half of the Southeast Quarter of the LOUISA LINDSEY. and all parties
.00 __ and I:<0 p.... Monday. DOLPH E. REDDISH SHERIFF OF except the E 1/4 of said SE 1/4 lying Service by Publication and it appear Southwest Quarter of Section Twenty having claim right title or
0w. glk Friday.r Tn.Oy of ton-fey Comimmmliy BRADFORDCOUNTYFLORIDA South of SR 100A in Section 10. Township ing that this action has been brought for one. Township Six South Range Twenty- interest In the property
DevetetvmnfOtfic.reserve tho, BY: 7 South Rang. 22 East lying and beingin the enforcement of a lien against real Two East being in the City of Storke. herein and THE STATE OF
mjrM. M reject any end OH. b... Tho Cry 7/23 4tchg 8/13 Bradford o. tonHey to on EOJKS OppavNmfyLprop Parcel 2: A parcel of land lying in the within the Middle District of Florida and OWNED BY CARL HURST: 133.90 square Defe ....,*.
,. Mkce-w"sealed bed en out- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT NE 1/4 of Section 15. Township, 7 South described as follows: feet in a triangular parcel of land NOTICE OF SUIT

.00. 00 _.......... Ca..wpbr meard.dbd FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Rang. 22 East ond being more particularly Lot 21, Parkwood Subdivision as per described os: AND
-UI bo '....... to provide proof atand CIVIL DIVISION described as follows: Commence plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 3, Commence at the Intersection of the ORDER FOR UNNAMED DEFENDANTSTO
C.s.n.ls ti.bltiry ke.ewnce CASE 86-514 at the NW corner of the E 1/4 of Page 5 of the public records of Bradford Northerly Boundary of said South One- APPEAR AND PLEAD
T4torlurarys C.p.rserio' ., cov.ragi773lchg FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK said NE 1/40' a concrete monument for County Florida Half and the Westerly Boundary of the (SERVICE BY PUBLICATION)
"Ia"toff. POB; from FOB thus described run and further appearing that Defendants Right-of-Way of State Road No. 200 TO: ALL unknown heirs, devi_.
e ..' vs.ffOMER. thence S 000CU'43" E, a distance' of Robert J. Teaser and Patsy A. Teaster (US.301).also known as Temple Avenue; grantee assignees. I tenors. creditors
.. F. HART and LORETTA J. HART. 427.BO feet, to a point; run thence S cannot be served within the State of ((1) run thence South 17'26'00"East along trustees, or other claimants, by
INVIfAJJONTO BID 'and 7120 W. 830.70 feet to a point on the Florida; that it is not practicable to servo said Westerly Boundary a distance of through under or against Louisa Lindsey.
Two. Coy of towtey' Community .ft ADMINISTRATION of the Ely boundary of SR 100: thence run N them personally; and said Defendant 10,46 feet to a point (being the Point-of- .deceased, ond all other Parties' having .
P.-.Hjniiigiii. 000 .. oe port"of Their. SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 18'40'00" W, a distance of 723.64 feet to have not voluntarily appeared herein; it Beginning of that certain. Parcel described or claiming to how any right title or
PennolliimonyRelmco'fcun. Voarom* ,wil Defendants.NOTICE the N'Iy boundary of said NE 1/4 of Sec therefore in Indenture recorded in Official Interest in the property .hereinafterYou
............... fcds for. ... REHABIUTA- OF SALE lion 15; thence run N 89042'411" E, a ORDERED a* follows: Records Book 234. page 46. of the current ., .. ..pr. -.-. .:'
11050 OF TWO(czJ: / Scri11. fcrf<>v NOTICE.Is hereby given that pursuantto distance of 1.01808 feet to the POB. 1. Defendant Robert J. Teaster and Public Records of Bradford County or.hereby notified that on action .I
... eUCeVffcoMC MK oWo SlkT.*H( HIV styli StnSeoe the Final Judgement entered In Cose Containing 10.465 acres. Both parc.iscontaining Patsy A. Teaster shall appear in this Florida); ((2)) thence continue Southerly has been instituted against you in the
*. M the led ten. Street Target Number 86-514. In the Circuit Court of 52.878 acres, more or less, lyIng cause and plead to the complaint filed along said Westerly Boundary 125 feet to above Court by the United State of
Arye i MS tem-eyt fls.fdsd" .to include Bradford County Florida I will sell the and being in Bradford County. herein on or before July 27, 1987 or in a point; ((3) thence run Westerly and Americo. for the enforcement of a lien
m.eyllst.MM.idafi'aa6F hoesero per property situated In Bradford and Union Parcel 3: Lot 57 TARA, according, to default thereof, the Court shall proceed parallel to said Northerly Boundary against real. property situated in Bradford -
... a io ie ond pfa. ..seeolied. by the County Florida described as: plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 7, to judgment in this cause to the extent (North 895630" West) 175 00 feet to 0concrete County within the Middle District of
lwt.I C ... 1Dr _I j .. 000.1 Ice' Parcel I: All of the N M of the SW 1/4 page 47 public record. of Cloy County, provided for by Section 16" Title 28. monument for the Point.ot- Florida and described as follows-
ot r.O. _o> 4I>. .......,. Fl 32058 of SE 1/. South and West of SR 100.; In Florida. United States Code, as if said Defendants Beginning of this parcel; (I) thence run Commence at the SW corner of Section
TafopN" .1IOU7a-3'13O.. P1iaow end Section 2. Township 6 South Range 20 Parcel 4: The E '/> of the W '/, of the had been served with process Northerly and parallel to said Westerly 2$ Township 6 South. Range 22 East run
sp.olic..orw con bo packed spa the East and located In Bradford and Union SW 1/. of the NW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 andE within the State of Florida. Boundary a distance of 9.22 feet to o Easterly 39,49 feet more or .less to the
C.a.we.ry D.-r j" Office towed Counties. '/, of the W V of the NW 1/4 of the SW 2. this order be published in a point; ((5)) thence run South 721820" Easterly right of way line of the Old
iw .....-. V"F_Stiatic.,. at public sale, to the highest bidder for 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Section 19. newspaper of general circulation In East 29.04 feet to a point on the line running Lawtey Rood; thence run North 0'01'East
c'Y' cash at the front door of the Bradford Township SIS, Rang. 29 E, lying and being Bradford County Florida not lets than North 895630" West described In along said Easterly right of way line
pwn..s sod Rues. ....ft f9O By the County Courthouse in Stork. Florida. In Collier County, Florida. once each week for six consecutive Call No.3; (6)) thence run North 750.00 feet to the Northerly right of way
Cos.ey ........aj c. .IW. Pnor to owordtngtaamtit. '. at noo: A.M. on the 27th day of August at public sale, to the highest bidder for weeks prior to the return datehereinabove 89S6'30" West 30,43 feet to Point.of- line of Donna Street thence run North
Cunt*us tun .uas fim-mh proof 1987. cash ot the front door of the Bradford designated. Beginning and to close. Containing 8939 East along said Northerly right of
of Wonunan1* Cump ond MawFacnwwLw6.6ey GILBERT S. BROWNAS County Courthouse in Starke, Florida DONE AND ORDERED at Jacksonville 133.90 square feet, more-or-less. way line 75,00 feet; thence run North
____ _oge In the CLERK OF SAID COURT at 11:00: A.M. on the 17th day of Florida this 1st day of Jun. 1987. OWNED BY COUNTY: 3021.62 square 0OT East 101.00 feet, thence run South
.wow.i of SSO.OXH3aO.000: mnOnwrM. By: Beulah Moody September, 1987. HARVEY E. SCHLESINGER feet in a triangular parcel of land "" *39' West 75.00 feet; thence run
... .. bo ....... odd 1200 noon Deputy Clerk GILBERT. BROWNAS UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE described as South OOT West. 101.00 feet to the
Thursday..Mtf 30. I9S7 ot .... OffIce of ..71234Ichg86NOTICE CLERK OF SAID COURTBy 6/18 6tchg 7/23: Commence at the Intersection of the point of beginning

Caw.eswq, Pi i .lHnpi in. leered tt. : Beulah Moody Northerly Boundary of said South One- and you ore ordered and required to op-
Lstw'rF V.L.x.er Firo Ply mmniil. Past OF ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION Deputy Clerk Half and the Westerly Boundary of the pear and plead in said action and file
OOtxo Box 41.. la...,. Florida 3205AV CLOSING CERTAIN STREETS AND ROADS 71234lcng 8/6 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Right-ofWay of State Road No. 200 your answer with the Clerk of this Court

ides Mil bo oponodl ot 12:09 .... onTlMnday IN WOODLAWN. PER PLAT THEREOF MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA (US.301). also known as Temple_; at Jacksonville. Florida, and to serve a
Jody 30. N97. Th. Gay of RECORDED PLAT BOOK 1 AT PAGE 17. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, JACKSONVILLE DIVISION ((1) run thence South 17'26'Off' East along copy thereof upon the Plaintiffs attorney
e lsby OMuo of CuiiinmnlUr pevelop PUBLIC RECORDS EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Case No. B7.261-Civ-J-l6 said Westerly Boundary a distance of Dorothea ....... Assistant
x..0 .... .I... b ......-.y-. '.. OF BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA IN AND FOR UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 10.46 feet to a point (being the Pomt-of- United State Attorney. Post Office Box
aM bd.lawlor. to on f> Mf Opportunity jMOnCECAMCTTOff :-- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. Plaintiff Beginning of that certain Parcel described 60O. Jacksonville. Florida 32201. on or (
6.Iiiors. b.dcw"- ",..." Iid; roes.asa ;. the, 6th day of July 1987. the Board of CASE NO'86-27-CA VS. In Indenture recorded in Official before August 17. 1987. H you fail to do :
.. of.T Ih,.. 2" : .' County Commissioners for Bradford W. J. LEE a/k/a GLENN L. GRIFFIS and Records Book 234. page 46. of the current so. judgment by default will be entered I
; ?i iis ", PAULA E. GRIFFIS. Records of Bradford County for the relief demanded in
... { County-Florida. on a petition filed on WILLIAM JAMES LEE, Public against you "
:behalf of Joseph Sullivan Marilyn Plaintiff Defendants.NOTICE Florida): ((2)) thence continue Southerly the complaint.H I
,.- .Sulli_. Donald J. Franzese, Helen OF SALE along. said Westerly Boundary 125 feet to .to. ORDERED that the above Noticed
..' Franzeso. William M. Logu., and Norma vs.GLORY JACKSON, Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto a point for a Point-of-beginning: (3) Suit and Order for Unnamed Defendants !'
NOTICE .. hereby"flryeMttMrf s.Morri: j;''Jean- adopted a resolution renouncing Defendant. a default Judgment entered on June thence run Westerly and parallel to said to Appear and Plead. (Service by
...... A.gMt 3. 197 eVKkOD.attacks Logue.and disclaiming any right of NOTICE OF SALE BY CLERK 29. 1987 by the above entitled Court 'In Northerly. Boundary (North 8956'30- Publication) be published by the United

A.M.. thorVonghiinois. ._d.or..._ d'Gci.rof'!:: -the county and the public In and unto the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the above styled cause, the undersignedUnited West) 144.57 feet to a point: ((4) thencerun States Marshal in a newspaper of
_.wUI sells public.-- following lands In Bradford County, the judgment of Partition entered in this States Marshal or any of his duly South 7218'20" East 137.98 feet to a general circulation in Bradford County.
for 2o90 Uoyd RdU.Jock_ authorized deputies will sell the proper Way than each week
xm cosh e* .Florida: doled 9 July 1987 that I will sell to point on the Westerly Right-of- Florida not less once
wine.Wo..:3T220. one lot of poftVSOO- In Section 30 of Township 5 South case the highest and .best bidder for ash 'In ty situate in Bradford County Florida Boundary Line described above: (5)) for six consecutive weeks prior to return

9.tlWR ca..gi.sd ... "'r"-9 ..g c..r-: ;Range 22 East. All of Lot 28. 29. 30. 37, the First Floor lobby of the Bradford described aV thence run North 172600" East 43.80 date hereinabove designated.
r......... ..... Fie. to onefy freightnd 60 and 61 of WOODLAWN. Courthouse In Storke, Bradford A portion of Lots 5 and 6. Block 2. of feet to Point-of-Begmning and to doe.. DONE AND ORDERED at Jacksonville
orogo choraefv ............. prov--, :X644.53'per plat In Plat Book 1 at page 17 Bradford County County. Florida at 11:00: A.M. on the Dowlings Subdivision in the City Book of Containing 3.021.62 square feet more- Florida this 24th day of June. 1987.
nan*of Secnan4Oof|| Uiulon..SKandard., .. Florida. of July 1987 the following Slarke, as per plat recorded In Plot or.I.... Howard T.SnyderUnited
County. 30th day
UK cf Ladbog .. 2, Page 14 of the public records of Bradford States Magistrate
ALSO described property as set forth In the ON THE FOLLOWING TERMS:
ha 12-99WF6drd5/30/87. County Florida being more particularly 7/9 6tchg 8/13
5.. Section 31 of Township 5 Soulh.1t.ge.2J Judgment of Partition to-wit: described as follows: Commence 1. The County will exchange 30.15 feetIn
Gear. East. All of Lots. 5. 19. 2O. 21. Lot 4 of Block 44 of Livingston, Truby at an iron pipe located at the Intersection Its parcel for the 134.90 square feet
7!?. S2Jc"a7I3J'J; '..::28. 29) and 30; and that portion of Lot 11 and Co's Subdivision In Section 28 of the centerline of Frances owned by Hurst; and NOTICE
::. .:.fylng South of the rood, and all of lot 12 Township 6 South Range 22 Eatt. Street with the Easterly boundary of the 2. Hurst will pay I.45O for the remainder I I. Vernon D. Silrox, Mayor-

MTHCCBCUTTCOUVT: ,excep that portion lying In the fork of DATED this 13 day of July 1987. right of way of Orange Street and run of the parcel and grant the Commissioner of the Cry of 51......
the roods, in WOODLAWN per plat GILBERT S. BROWN. CLERK easement ten feet wide along
Mi South 74'42"0" East along said County an of the Authority vested
JUtMGlAt) CWClMT.MAMOFOH. Florida by virtue
CT TMC DCMTH. .thereof. .In Plat Book 1 at page 17 public BY: Beulah Moody centerline 94.03 feet to an Iron rod North Temple Avenue in the event theCou..ty m me by law do hereby calla First
records of Bradford County. Florida. Deputy Clerk with Northerly should ever elect to relocate the the
CDIfftY.ROIIIOCASE located at an Intersection a Primary Election to be hied at City
/ This! notice Is given pursuant to Section 7162tchg723NOTICE trees bordering the front of the
NO. 17-311J.CA' prolongation of the Easterly boundary palm Hall. In the Aforesaid City ot qualified
;
336.1O.: Florida Statutes 1983. 0I4'42" Courthouse parking lat. and shall. placea
d of said Lot 5, thence South voter on Tuesday. September 8. 1987
.
M lIE: no.M..rige of
YOURSELF ACCORDINGLY. the front
GOVERN border
PLEASE along
West said prolongation and along shrubbery of electing the
Sft'VJllII&D ACNCIO.. OF SHERIFF'S SALE along A.D.. for the purpose
r.ebt.d. ..: Notice Is hereby given that I I. Dolph E. said Easterly boundary 60.38 feet to a said parcel. and following officer*.
7/23ltchg Reddish as sheriff of Bradford County. set iron rod for the Point of Beginning.From AIII.'er.ed parties' may appear CITY CLERK For Two Years
.... above
OSAUMOA ACNO1O. Florida under and by virtue of Writ of Point of beginning thus described be heard at the time and place POLICE CHIEF For Two Years
South 014'4T West along said specified. GROUP 2 For
continue COMMISSIONER -
..... Execution to-wit: 1987. ONE
NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION. DATED this 13 day of July. AD.
feet 'Iron
boundary 60.38 to an
NOnaOF AC' CH;' SECURITY Execution issued out of County Courtof Easterly BRADFORD Two YearsONE
IN OF
CLOSING CERTAIN STREETS Bradford Florida to pipe found at the Southeast corner of COUNTY COMMISSION COMMISSIONER GROUP 4 For
TO:KMAUMOA AINO1O, .HOME SITES, PER PLAT THEREOF IN PLAT County pursuant COUNTY. FLORIDA.BY .
7401"8" West
said Lot 5 thence North
Final Judgment for Mitchell's DrugStore ; Two Year
.. YOU 4E541181/10100101..a BOOK 2. AT PAGE 34. PUBLIC RECORDS o of Starfce. Florida and againstClarence along the Southerly boundaries of Lot 5 :Gilbert S. Brown Clerk INSPECTORS FOR SAID ELECTION-

dTunlitiDii. .. mu-rtoao and.yoofn. .'. OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Sumner, defendant. In the and 6, a distance of 90.70 feet to an iron LUCILLE GODWIN. MARGARET
for
7/23
.
Rae ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on 7/16 2tchg
.doer.... .......-......... ':. YOU of July 1987 th. Board of amount of$504.96 together with costs of pipe found on the aforesaid Easterly WILLIAMS. LUCY WHITE. BERNADINE
.. tho 6ts day boundary of the right of way of Orange CLARA COLSON. MARGARET
.. A4W c-.. Y_ _....... for Bradford.County collection. EARLY.
.........Iese fo soid--- uoc......... County Commissioners Petition filed byNORMAN Have seized and hove In my possession Street; thence North 12202" Westalong DESUE. AGNES DINKINS. ELNA
INTENTIONTO
Florida OF
on a 60.50 feet NOTICE
said Easterly boundary OLEETA HARDENBROOK.
described personal SCHAEFER
..... .. Cow..MvL the following
i. 'r'ep
r.p.u and LAURA CONTI.
J. CONTI to a set Iron rod; thence South 71.29'26"West REGISTER ELIZABETH WALKERALTERNATES
___ o M bM.k"J I dewlbed. property to-wit:
ye.r his wife adopted a resolution renouncing of FICTITIOUS NAMEPursuant
92.36 feet to the Point Beginning.
".,......, ........ i. CoL.i. c-t end disclaiming any right of the Stereo Soundeslgn. wood graincabinet to Section 865.09. Florida : CLERK:
iIw.d. N lkw .. e00ectla. dep..00 the in and unto the two floor speakers, turntable, that the SHHILEY ANDREWS KAY CARTERIn
county and public at public outcry to the highest. and Sotut.'c.. I* hereby given
'. afwi.fke? .ndFor for k.wp following land In Bradford County tuner, cassette player.As named .best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00 undersigned. Ray Reddish. Drawer L, Testimony wb.eof. I here unto
th. of the above
---.. Florida property Noon IB. 1987 at the FL 32058 T.E. Mullis. 1431 NW subscribe my name and cause the Seal
o'clock on August Lawtey
....... 2 to ifc.lo.ao t7 Eo>t.Sew of defendant and that on Monday the 27th be hereunto affixed this
T. o All of Arm Street. and that portion front door entrance of the Bradford 7th Rd., Gainesville. FL 32602 G.L. of the town to .
__2fc lie Nor* of WW Son*** of Arm Court lying directly South of Lot 5. day of July. 1987 at two o'clock on sold Courthouse at Starke. Florida. Gray. Rt. 1. Box 1003. Melrose FL 32666olnt 7m day of July. 1987. A.D.
e ....511WJ/4"....511WJ/4............- of Block. SECURITY HOME SITES day on the premises of the BradfordCou..ty County business under the Vernon D.Sikox
6. 7. doing
Dated 7 1987. owners
(
Jail. I will offer for sale and sell : July .
Cosy: Iosd rig/Md ...,. La.aLke8W per plat thereof In Plot Book 2, at page hand Richard L.Cox. Jr. firm name of Lawtey Turf. PO Drawer L, MoyoorCommIMionerAnEST.1
bidder for cash 'In
...... to the highest I.Tucker
.OI .rr.e..a 4r 34. public records of Bradford County. of soiddefendant United States Marshal Lawtey FL 32058. Intends to register
Y- ....... .. --f copy dy..r.reew .ftaridor. the above described property aforesaid Execution. Middle District of Florida said fictitious.... under the aforesaid pryOsrk
r1.L.a.. 4 Myb t..t- to Section to satisfy the QUALIFYING TIME FOR THE ABOVE OFFICES .
TIlls nonce to given pursuant III
John E. Lawlor statue.
rre.d.. .. Hwie-ifs et.or..y.. j.b e%... 3:16.: 10. Florida Statute 1983. Reddish Sheriff Assistant United States Attorney Doted this 25th day of June.A.D. 19 7 OPENS JULY 20. 1987 AT NOON
.... dbo it .ftIIIJiIa 1t.BLOWN. YOURSELF ACCORO04GLY. Dolph E. AND CLOSES AT NOON JULY 24. 1997.
0 OFFICEBRA4.EI4 PLEASE GOVERN Bradford County Florida Attorney for Plaintiff In Bradford County.
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61-year-old Crystal River man Heights was sideswiped by the Ford ting to detain him for FHP.After the
was charged with driving under in-, forcing the Plymouth off the road- second accident Hopper fled the
fluence and leaving the scene of an way and into a ditch on the south scene on foot only to be apprehended
accident with personal injuries July side of the road according to by Trooper Abrams. His blood
20 after his involvment in two accidents Trooper Abrams. Hopper then left alcohol content was .11 percent said
within minutes, according to the scene. Yates suffered minor in- Abrams.
Trooper W. M. Abrams. juries.A Bond was set at $463.75 Hopperwas
r Rayford Ellis Hopper was west- few minutes later Hopper pulledthe released on his, own
bound on SR-100 near the Pine Tree Pinto into a yard to change a flat recognizance. Damage to the Ford
Inn, when his vehicle, a 1976 Ford tire but when he attempted to back was 1000.Damage to the Plymouthwas
Pinto, veered across the centerline. out he struck a 1976 Ford pickup $1,400. Damage to the pickup,
A eastbound 1971 Plymouth drivenby which had followed the Pinto from driven by Tracy Harper of Lake
Rhonrta S. Yates 25. of KVRfnn the accident Rrpn and was attemp Geneva was unavailable.




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----- .- .- TUES. & WED. JULY 28-29 REGISTRATION BY APPOINTMENT
New Friends... 10:00: AM 4:00: PM

Janice Morris and Sunny. federal government to move the horses In a "horse THUR. JULY 30 REGISTRATION 10:00: AM 4:00: PM &
Sunny is wild horse from a herd which was captured adoption program", giving new homes to thousands of 6:00: to 8:00: PMREGISTRATION
out West where scarce grazing lands have forced the wild horses which might have starved.
FRIDAY JULY 31 10:00: AM -4:00: PM

MON.-WED. AUG. 3-5 REGISTRATION 10:00: AM 4:00: PM

Wild Horses. THUR. AUG. 6 REGISTRATION 10:00: AM 4:00: PM

.. & 6:00: 8:00: PMREGISTRATION

MON.-FRI.! AUG. 10-21 10:00: AM 4:00: PM

THUR. AUG. 20 EVENING REGISTRATION 6:00-8:00: : PM
"Sunny" finds a new home at Morris Ranch MON. AUG. 24 REGISTRATION 10:00: AM 4:00: PM

u & 6:00: 8:00: PM
By Mark Friedlin The breaking in process began horses began roaming the plains FEES DUECLASSES
BCT Staff Writer with simple "getting-to-know-each- originally when the Spanish ex-
other" sessions in which Janice concentrated TUES. AUG. 25 BEGIN/SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT
Wild horses the words bring to S.. Page 6B
mind of on getting Sunny used to 10:00: AM 4:00: PM & 6:00: 8:00: PM
images vast wind-swept hearing the sound of her voice and
western plains where huge herds her presence with gentle talk and FLA.TWIN THEATRE MON. SEPT. 7 Labor Day Holiday
still roam the desert and moun- "lots of petting". Starke TUES. SEPT. 8 LAST DAY TO DROP & RECEIVE REFUNDFRI.

tainous romantic ranges novel.like relics from some "Then you have to get them usedto 964-5451 OCT. 16 No Classes (College Open)

The reality is something else an who the also regular ownes food another," says horse Janice, who, Open Every Night WED. NOV. 11 Veterans Day Holiday (College Closed)

which increasingly ranchers crowded and farmers range compete in- she says also helps with Sunny's r.----------I $2.00 SPECIAL a I II II WED. NOV. 18 LAST DAY TO DROP CLASS & HAVE REMOVED
lessons in his own way. "He wouldn'teven 1 FROM RECORD
for scarce water rights and fertile I Sat. Sun. 5:00 Showing
at
grazing space with herds of wild and those eat apples are treats or for carrots other horses.first L_-!"*TiJ![i",.!*iL"A! ._J J WED. NOV. 25 No Evening ClassesThanksgiving

horses many in poor health due to His diet out west where he lived :" .oS THUR. & FRLMON.THUR. -. NOV. 26, 27 Holidays (College Closed)
_ the scarcity of resource*!the area. Starts Friday .
- I before was so different he didn'tknGw DEC. 14-17 FINAL EXAM DAYS f .
Federal wildlife experts concerned the taste of those things when
that entire herds of the "
he came. iTrTtScreen
renegades most descendents of Now Sunny eats apples out of her COURSE SECTION ID COURSE TITLE TIME DAYS ROOM INSTRUCTOR
forefathers who had roamed the
hand, and even took a cautious nib- GEB 1011 OS1 D Introduction to 8:309:45: : M W 108 3 McKeown
plains since the early days of the
ble from a strange reporter'soutstretched Business
Spanish "conquestedores", were going after good
to be wiped out due to starvationor hand safe distance.a ENC 1102 OS1 P Intro. to Literature 8:309:45: : M W 212 3 Hart
'look-over' from a
disease initiated a program in "Then we started with a blanket MAT 0004 OS1 C Elementary Algebra 8:309:45: : M W 205 4 Stlpek
1979 to capture large numbers of the and a simple strap in the breaking-in SS11010 OS1 P The Social Sciences 8:309:45: : M W 209 3 O'Connell
horses and transport them to new process" Janice continued. "He II ENC 1101 OS1 P College Composition 10:00-11:15: : M W 212 3 Hart

owners "back East" where they didn't like that at all, especially at STEVE MARTIN DARYL HANNAH MUL 1010 OS1 P Music Appreciation 10pO-11:15: : M W 108 3 Jensen
might find new homes and a new first and it took him some time to PSY 2012 OS1 P General Psychology 10:00-11:15: : M W 209 3 O'Connell
lease on life. get used to just those two things MAT 0002L OS1 C College Prep Math Lab 10.00-11:30: M W 205 3 TBA
Janice Morris of Keystone Heightsand especially the blanket. We just kept l\QW E MAT 0002 OS1OS1 C College Prep Math I I' 11:30-12:30: : M W 205 1 TBA
few other local landowners in
a
talking to him and encouraging him, HUM 2250 P Twentieth CenturyHumanities 11:30-12:45: : M W 108 3 Jensen
the area decided to take advantage
and giving him treats when he didn'tshy paSUMMf
of the program two years ago and he didn'thave
off and
after filling out the necessary paper- more pretty problems.soon" BTIMC FUN ACG 2001 OS1 D Prln. of Accounting I 11:30-12:45: : M W 212 3 Wills \

work and paying a $175 fee she took The any bit was next then the saddle Wvdn.xiay. July 29 ACG 2011 OS1 O Prin. of Accounting II 1:002:15: : M W 212 3 Wills
proud possession of "Sunny", a bun- as Janice progressed to all parts of SPC P601 OS1 P Public Speaking I 1.002:15: M WTH 209 3 O'Connell
dle of wild unrestrained or trained the rider's outfit beginning with a The Boy'Who CHD 1220 OS1OS1 D Child Development 3:00-: 5:45: M 106 3 Halsall
energy when she brought him hometo light small bit and a beginners sad (For Teachers)
a small spread where she and her dle which was also lightweight and Could FlyAll CGS 1000 D Intro. to Computers 8:309.45: 204 3 Kaehik
husband live in the McRae area. easy to get accustomed to. .IffiJ MAC 1102 OS1 P Intermediate Algebra 8.309:45: T H 209 3 Stipek

Janice says Sunny comes from In addition to the breaking in process Sat M.OO POS 2041 051 P American National 8:309:45: : T H 108 3 McKeown. .
Idaho or Nevada she's not sure ,the Morris's had to work to improve -
which and said that although she is Showtlmai 1O:3O & 2:00 Govt. *
Sunny's health which was, SPN 1100 OS1 P Spanish I 8.309:45: T H 212 4 ArBUlnzonl
"not an experienced horseperson".
indication of
still a
while serious
she didn't have too much trouble harsh not life in the wild, where the best 301 DRIVE-IN ENC 0020L. OS1 C College Prep Writing 8:30-:: 9:45: T H 205 3 Ellifrltt

making friends and training her new grazing land has been fenced off for Lab
charge. generations."His Starke 964-7484 ENC 0020 OS1OS1 C College Prep Writing 10:00-11:00: : T H 205 1 Ellifrltt
"He was just like a little kid at feet really showed the effectsof Sk. I I' '
first," Morris said. "He was really his environment they were in FR1M. SUN ENC 2301 P Advanced 10.00-11:15: T H 209 3 TBA
Just afraid but I had to be firm but poor shape" Janice says. "It was CompositionHUN
friendly with him at the same time." also quite a chore to hold him still I II 1201 OS1 0 Human Nutrition 2:45-: 4'00 T H 210 3 Langford

"For many people you might not when the farrier came to treat them MAC 1140 OS1 P College Algebra 10.00-11:15: T H 212 3 Stipek
be able to beat this program..but you but we finally got him in good shape. HUM 1020 OS1 P Intro. to the 11:30-: 1:30: T H 108 4 'TBAHumanities
have to be prepared for a lot of work His ribs were showing when he got
especially at first" Janice con here but now he's a little pig, with a n
tinued. "They really are wild and big RADIO SOUND REA 0010L 051 C College Prep Reading 11:30-12:45: : TH 205 3 Ellifrltt
that means they don't have any kind appetite. Lab
hard ADMISSION
It a toielljvhat<< type.o'- -
familiarity with the basic types of horse he is descended from"Janice'said AduiN.... 99' REA 0010 OS1 C College Prep Reading' 1.002:00: T H 205 1 EIHfrltt .
equipment used for riding or even a when the turned to Children; _.30tShowf4aa APB 2220C OS1 D Anatomy and 12:00-: 2:30EVENING: T H 210 4 LangfordPhysiology
topic
simple tient." lead. You have to be real pa- Sunny's. origin. "They say these. 8:45 4.. 10:34 I
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Big Shoals Tract PresentingThe MAT 0002 OSSOSS C College Prep Math7:00: 8OON: M W 205 3 TBA

Opens On Suwannee MAT 0002L C College Prep Math Lab 8:009:30N: : M W 205 1 TBA
: lilt Broadway Musical REL 2300 055 P Major Religions 20th 7:009:45N: : M 209 3 McFadden
The Suwannee River Water Century

Management District announces the SPC 2601 OSS P Public Speaking 7:009:45N: : M 108 3 Lodle
of the Big Shoals Tract on
opening
7:009:45N: : M 204 3 TBA
the Suwannee River in eastern COP 2120 OSS D Cobol Programming
Hamilton County. The 815-acre SPN 1100 056 P Spanish I 5:007OON: : THTH 204 4 Argulnzonl
tract, officially opened to the public : "Carousel5Starring AMH 2010 OS6OS6 P U.S. History to 1877 7:009:45N: : T 108 3 TBA
May 31, provides access by way of a ENC 1102 P Intro. to Literature 7:009:45N: : T 209 3 Culver
nature trail to Big Shoals-one of the MAT 0004 OS6 C Elementary Algebra 7:009:45N: : T 212 4 Becker
state's best examples of white : SSI 1010 osaose P The Social Sciences 7:009:45N: : T 106 3 TBA

water. ENC 0020L C College Prep Writing 7:008OON: : 205 3 Medina
The property was purchased with Bill McRae & Annette PusateriWith Lab
from the Save Our River
moneys 8:009:30N: : T H 205 1 Medina
ENC 0020 056 C College Prep Writing'
Fund and is managed by the Division -
of Forestry.Activities availableon REE 2000 OS7 0 Real Estate Prin., 8:00-10OON: : W 108 5 Cardenas

this tract include picnicking hik- Practice Law;
WoodfinGet
ing on the two nature trails fishing : Don Hardy & Debbie ENC 1101 OS7OS7 P College Composition 7:00-: 9:45N: W 209 3 Culver

and canoeing. There is a canoe laun- Advance Tickets NQw ISC 1000 P Fund. of Physical 7:00-: 9:45N: W 210 3 TBA
ching area on the tract; however, Science
the district does not plan to build a MQF 1202 OS7 P Topics In Finite Math 7:009:45N: : W 212 3 Blrdsall
boat ramp on the Big Shoals Tract at $5.00 CGS 1570 057 D Software Applications 7:009:45N: : W 204 3 Baker
this time. 7:00-: 9:45N: H 212. 3 Becker
Call Today 964-4523 MAC 1102 OSSosa P Intermediate Algebra
is to the public during 964-5370
The tract open
HUM 1020 P Intro. to the 6:30-: 9:45N: H 108 4 Dafcoff
daylight hours seven days a
Possession of intoxicants or Humanities '
week.
firearms is prohibited. For more In- Show Opens On Aug. 7, 1987 TPA 1200 osa P Play Production 7:00-: &:4SN H 209 3 O'Connell

formation please call Carolyn With Six Performances Scheduled
Mobley at (904) 3621001. Mutt register for Identical lab .


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r Starke surveyor honored for 50-year serviceMerrill I


G. McMillan, retired started his professional career returned to the Angas firm where he
surveyor,was honored by the North under the guidance of the late"Robert remained until 1947 when he ooened
Central Florida Chapter, Florida M. Angas, well-known his own survey office in Starke,
Jacksonville surveyor. While with retiring in 1978.McMillan _
1 1 1 II Society of Professional Land
Surveyors, at a dinner meeting in this firm he was engaged In defense
Gainesville Monday,July 13. work throughout Florida. ,starting as was one of the "foun-
a "chief of party", later advancingto ding fathers" of the State Society
The Chapter's Service Award was the rank of assistant engineer. and a member of the North CentralFlorida
presented to McMillan in recogni- chapter. During his active
I / 1 tion of his 50 years in land surveying, While with Angas, McMillan took years ne prepared several papers
and his significant contribution to the state board examination and for presentation at state conventions
the profession. received his registration as a land ,relating the early experiencesand
McMillan is the grandson of the surveyor in February 1942, as No. methods of pioneer surveyors in
late H.E. Lagergren, veteran Brad- 391. He remained with Angas until Florida, as related to him by his
ford County surveyor who taught the summer of 1943,when called for grandfather,who was recognized for
McMillan the basics of surveying military duty. After basic training the accuracy of his surveys and the ,' ;:
while in his teens. he saw duty in Europe for a period oti correctness of his notes, which are W, f
In December 1939 McMillan 27 months. After his discharge he still a prized possession of McMillan.WNNL4IXIE .


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Merrill G. McMillan


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Applications are now accepted in
Starke for a unique new job training
program, which reimburses an
So you can Count on a Lower Total employer 50 percent of a trainees

pay.The program allows employers to
hire a worker, give him training to
Food Bill time you shop do the job, and pays the employerhalf
every of his salary each week.
The benefits of the program are
obvious. The employer gets a
worker at half the price, and the

tEfppDL PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN. -DIXIE LOCATIONS: employee training with gets real valuable work experience.The on-the-job.

sc Mtb STARKE __ program was started by the
North Florida Private Industry
470 W. MADISON ST. / Council and will be administered in
Bradford and Union Counties from
the Job Service office in Lake City.
Local and area members of the program
in this area include ChairmanJ.E.
WOO BRAND U.S.CHOICI Tomlinson, President of the
U, S. NON:1 BOHOMROUND Florida First National Bank in
$47
BOUNTY c Starke; and member Richard Hires,
:: Production Manager for Owens-
U ROAST
TOWELS JUMBO La. Illinois, Inc., of Lake Butler.
> ROLL HICKORY IMOKIDWHOLE According to spokesmen for the
20.OFF program, the goal is to train
or SHANK economically disadvantaged per-
IVORY c $118 sons and place them in the job
PORTION HAM market The program sends the
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LIQUID ot LI. ,"
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employees joaready"employee
BTL64OL I
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USDA INSPICnD -with an interest, in the
ALL FLAVORS '- > '
business chosen and reimburse
HAWAIIAN TURKEYWINGS them 50 percent of their pay for the
99c 29c time spent in training.The .
PUNCH . ULHARVIST success of the program in this
SIZE area, according to the spokesman,
rtISMPLUMS to extent com
depends a large on
ALL GRINDS (VACUUM RAG)
munity involvement and private sec-
tew ASTOR $199 or 58c tor involvement. There Is no limit to
the variety of jobs in the programand

.1 COFFEE BAc NECTARINESFLORIDA LLr large no to company participate.The is.too small or too

FAMILY SIZI North Florida Central Service
; Delivery area to be served by the job
10 $100
R UPTONTEA $149 FRESH LIMES training program includes Union,
24 CT.i FOR Bradford, Alachua, Columbia,
/ BAGS . .i SIZE HARVIST IRISH PINNSYLVANIA Hamilton, Suwannee, Madison

.-5.-a...... D4314 ELITE Taylor Gilchrist, counties.Lafayette, Dixie and

DOLE $109 98C The Private Industry CouncIl's job
MUSHROOMS SIZE training programs are designed to
IIS be a partnership between the public
PINEAPPLE JUICE s
-c----- 11 E PRAUNI PERU PKAN,CHOCOtATI AlMOND CHOCOLATE CHIP and private sectors are locally
RIOULAR mr LIOHTSTROH'S ? + VANIL&&.CHIRRY IUIOUNDY STRAWIIIRV,MIAVINLT HASH w MACH designed to meet the individual
S needs of businessmen. The 50 per
$ PRESTIGE $958 cent payback on the employees
51.. wages is a valuable economic
.GAL 12 OL I benefit for the employer, who effec-
tively gets a worker for half the
-.lIlI '\9 1 CHOCOtATI VANILLA,MINT CHOCOtATI NIOPOUTAN,RIDGe ROYAL
LIOHT CHUNKCHICKEN price, then can retain him if he so
PIACH.STRAWRIRRY SWISS ALMOND limit PECAN w COFFII
'
desires, after he learns the training
=- OF THE SEA c BREYERS $88 provided, training provided under
6.eL that particular businesses' own

TUNA . CAN ICE CREAM . RALF GAL system.One of the things businesses who

IN QUARTERS have participated in the program so
DIXIE DARLING < far like about the program is the
j 97c SUPERBRAND amount of paperwork and "red
FAMILY LOAF i 3 lit, $100 tape" which are kept to a minimumby
MARGARINE 'PUGS. regional offices in an attempt to
Sim"I AIL VAMIfTIIS streamline the process as much as
'. possible.The .
COCA $109 AIM $467 benefits to the employees are
that they get to enter the workforce
2-LTA. and begin training for an
economically more beneficial job
(INITAIL PURCHASI R0,) i PIPPIRMINT w ORIIN than the one they had before, and

FOUNTAIN FRESH 5 9 c SCOPE $ 47 their become salaries.self-suffcient as they earn

The also features
program screen-
.,, 2-LTR
w REFILLS . MOUTHWASH 32 IJTL of ed referrals in which employers give
the Job Service a list of their specific
WHOil*r HALF SLAB aeY MILD OT HOT SPICY 3 IACM THIOHS,BRIASTS, LIDS,WINOS needs, solving many hiring problems

SMOKEDBACON c SOUTHERN $ 08 spent in and interviews.saving The valuable service time will

screen and interview applicants for
. LI FRIED CHICKEN SIDE each employer in the program and
refer only those individuals who
USDA INSPECTED((9 TO II IB. PKO.( *INCH CHOCOtATI.LIMON*r COCONUT meet the employer's standards for

FRYER c MERINGUE $ 48LEGQUARTERS On-The-Job bottom training.The line for.every businessof

f PIES Iozp course, is the bottom line,and the
La : program can save businesses money
AVAILABLE IN DELI STORES ONLYI In three ways by reimbursing
employers 50 percent of the training
costs, handling paperwork and cut.tlng
expensive red tape to a
minimum and recruiting, screeningand

QOVE OVER 10,000 EVERYDAY referring meet the employer's only those applicantswho standardsat

q L C S The no cost program to them.traces its beginningsto

'BOTTOM >' ML 1983 when the program was initiated -
Ue under the state's Job Train-
LINE_ TO GIVE YOU A ing Partnership Act, creating a
cooperative effort between the
public and private sectors of a type
which had never been attempted
before. -

ICES-YOU'LL LIKE THE SAVINGS! Formerly, private business had
COMPARE OUR only a limited role in establishing

policy for.government-financed! job

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I Melrose Man Uses Snake Expert to Dispute Maynard CoxDear I J

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Editor: vipers are uninterrupted all the way the broad family of rattlesnakes, ot deeply furrowed, the venom- poisonous snake bIte. on the two oc- tivenom.'. & .
The article attached herewith is a across the belly, from the anal vent which there are more than two dozen conducting teeth contain a canal for casions the word was used in The According to the article. {to excess_ j II
fountain of misinformation and the to the tall. species in the U.S. the flow of poison and open in a Telegraph article it was spelled! "an,; tip P...M
inaccuracies scream out for 3. Coral snakes do not chew. 2. On the underside of the Water small orifice at the tip, in the same 'f I IMOBILE"t Ip J
clarification. Anyway, who is going to let a snake Moccasin's tail, for about the first fashion as a hypodermic needle. ---.. T ,
I am not a herpetologist but the chew on them? two thirds of its length, the ventral Such fangs or teeth are said to be
five points of error in the article 4. Coral snake venom is excreted plates are in one row; the remaining canalicuiar"
were evident to me upon reading it. I into the mouth when the snake third is provided with two rows of S. Ditmars tells us, and this is cor-
checked out the Ditmars book from becomes excited and any bite that plates, arranged much like those of roborated by William E. Haast,
the library to verify my limited opinions will break the skin is enough to allow the harmless snakes. former director of the Miami
on the subject. I have the envenomization. According to Ditmars, Coral Serpentarium and Venom Institute,
llaast book in my own library. All snakes come from eggs, they snakes do indeed inject their poisonin in his book, "Guide to Florida j
If Mr Cox was accurately quoted, are not born live. If a snake is open a chewing manner. Quoting from Poisonous Snakes." "All North
then he is fooling a lot of people ed and young are found inside, then "Snakes of the World": "The coral American pit vipers, that is, Moccasins -
because obviously, his knowledge of they have been eaten and not yet snakes bite exactly like their Old Rattlesnakes, and Cop- HOME CENTRAL AIR EA ?
pit vipers and coral snakes is digested.The World relatives, the cobras. perheads, are viviparous, meaning
minimal. His appearance In Starke "Once they have made the seizure they give birth to living young," the by A tofr notch unit especially designft -
was important enough to have It preceding inaccuracies are with their teeth, they will advancethe Haast book states. Ditmars wrote ad for-mobile/ hornet Ask about
covered by a Telegraph staff writer. corrected,according to the referenced fangs into the flesh in a series of "some snakes are viviparous andproduce tf VTERTHBRtM our no money down special
Surely the paper can allot equal Ditmars book, as follows: chewing motions. This action can living young. Others are
space for an incisive and enlightening 1. The four families of poisonous produce as many as four to eight oviparous,that is,they lay eggs. The $afArr 7O6h 3atcwet
critique.I snakes in the United States are: Cop- separate venom-injected egg-laying kind exceeds the othersin
am sure that Mr. Cox serves in a perhead, Coral Snake, Water Moc- punctures." number, but not by a great majority -
useful capacity with Orange Park's casin and Rattlesnake. Pigmy rat- 4. Ditmars describes the businessend ."
Humana Hospital but his lecture to tlesnakes are not a separate and of the coral snake as follows
the folks in Starke was clearly laced distinct family but rather belong to "Although the face of the fang is A small. point that deserves
with erroneous data. I feel his clarification is the correct spellingof 332 W. MADISON ST. PH. 9S477Q1II
credentials should have been I I the word, antivenin, which is the
reviewed prior to his appearance,as ... antitoxin- used to counteract
it is apparent that he disseminated -
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wealth of false information on a sub- J -
I. II WITH/ THIS/ COUPON ONLY
ject of vital importance to the peoplein 1
this area It's surely safe to assert :' II 1
that precise knowledge of poisonous II FREE 1
snakes Is of primary importance to II Spinal Exam I
anyone who spends time around the # i" 1l II 1
waters or in the fields and forests of x i_ IIII
NE Florida. Otherwise why was FREE
Mr. Cox invited to lecture? IIII Moving X-Ray Demonstration I
The "do's and don'ts" prescribedby +
Mr. Haast are, I feel, of In- : ; II At Accident Centers of America, we specialize In
calculable worth to those of us who IIII
'
diagnosing and treating accident Injuries auto, 1
share space with so many varietiesof
dangerous serpents. F II home, work and sports. So when you hurt, you'll ,
Hopefully, my refutations of 4 discover have to find I
'. II we revolutionary new ways t
statements attributed to Mr. Cox II j jII
out why hurt.
will be deemed appropriate for you
publication to readers of the v .Ji: .. II Like Videofluoroscopy, "Moving X-Rays", that p I'II ''I
Monitor, Telegraph, and Times. F I r+ : i'Yni can see injuries most x-rays miss. I ;

Respectfully submitted, Ji II Now, find out why you hurt. Call for your Free /1 I
Robert J. ShawMelrose
II II Spinal Exam and "Moving X-Rays" demonstra- Ilion f k

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(Note: Mr. Cox prefaced his lecture tl Owen Gainesville Clinic of Chiropractic # I 1I
with the assertation that a lot of I
writings by earlier herpetologists is II Call Now 964-8018
and would be clear-
"hogwash, he Y I
ing up a lot of misconceptions about : l' C ; r r +4 Ii W' CENTERS .
ACCIDENT
poisonous reptiles and insects. We JjtJIII : '
herewith present Mr. Shaw's critique II I 1IIIIIIIrI1 I OF AMERICA, INC. I I
Our readers can decide which f fit I I
THC PAIN HEkltF DOCTOR* ,
Dr, VlrgiA Berry
"expert" to embrace. '
-The Editor rig II THE PATIENT AND ANV OTHER PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYMENT HAS A RIGHT TO REFUSE TO PAY CANaL PAYMENT OR REIMBURSED KM ANY OTHER SERVICE: II
II EXAMINATION OR TREATMENT WHICH IS PERFORMED AS A RESULT 01'AND WITHIN' 72 HOURS Of IlESPONDINQ TO THE ADVERTISEMENT' fOR THE FRH SERVICE!. Ell- I''
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AMINATION.OR TREATMENT I
Shaw's letter: Ii ae.Rah.s..fi------------- ._ssssaess==x = C == ======..
The late Raymond L. Ditmars is -- II IIDENMARK'S
recognized among herpetologists as I III
the world's foremost authority on
snakes; their distribution habits HOT HOOVER
and behavioral tendencies. Duringhis ti(tSe7 ;,
lifetime he was Curator of Mam- + SALE! !
mals and Reptiles at the New York +1t r
Zoological Park,a Fellow of the New A
York Academy of Sciences,a Fellowof T l1 AIk HOOVER.
the New York Zoological Societyand I
a Corresponding Member of the Convertible"
Zoological Society of London. His + I I Cleaner withHeadlght
"Snakes of the.World" is generally {{4 III
hailed as the definitive zenith, the ') I III
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all the completions : Ri
ever Y nutttiahoH_...among._... /m_n the subject) Clftinff_-_._..' -. .' ,5:1 u. 11111 .. AM Powerful Heel..U.....Am. with*,water grtP ,
Mr. Ditmars' book as my source ....
Huge Rattlesnake Killed on Griffis Loop... I .
I the
material, submit following as o AS qt.dltpoeeMe tag I
counterstatements to remarks at- Curtis (Mutt) Jones is holding a huge rattlesnake killed on his farm on IltchldH 4-pfMttton rvN etnehmenlPOWER I
tributed to Maynard Cox in the July Griffis Loop. The snake Is well over 72 inches long.
9 issue of the Bradford County "That's the yukkiest thing I ever saw," said stepdaughter Julie Starl- AltatlnnaM1

Telegraph. ing.Rattlesnakes
are a common occurrence in the woods and fields this I
Erroneous presentations included time of year. Rural Florida has one of the densest populations of
: poisonous snakes of anywhere in the country .nNM BM..LM M
1. There are four families of -- Sale
poisonous snakes in the United I
States, and all four are found in NE -.w-__ S 4995
Florida: rattlesnakes, pigmy rat- NAME YOUR PLEASURE SPIRIT 900 t

tlesnakes, cottonmouth moccasinsand 3.1 Peak Horsepower ._. "sar' '

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Sale _rmor sum-sine*
training programs, knowledge Lacy .*_ CefWMttartbuHHn .
were probably in a better position to *'*' 129** ...,.... tARIWe ttumaniuaI Jan
know and understand than many of rest .qo..t............... _......
the people who ran those agencies

themselves.Now, that. has changed. i9i

Employers, both large and small, i
now have a forum to voice their
views on training and employmentissues.
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The vehicle for this communica, t
tion is the North Florida Private In-
dustry Council, a group made up of a -kAsltomaUCaltyfadapI----- ,
majority of private sector
employers, the method through
which local job training policies are
established. Fw
Other organizations representedon I
the Private Industry Council in- yam.
clude educational agencies, R. .299-.
rehabilitation agencies, community-
based organizations economic HOOVER.
development organizations organized Sale Convertible"
labor and public employment Uptight

organizations.The Private Industry Councils $24995 MrtthDIrt
stated goals are to "strike abalance' ) Cup
needs of the /J
between the
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the needs of the unemployed for .
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addition, the North Florida
Regional Planning Council, locatedin SummerCIarance I Sale

Gainesville, provides additional ,
support for the program.The k'\ $17995e.
Planning Council providesstaff Sale
services to the Private Industry -
Council, serves as the ad- Ov.r 87Modela \
ministrator of the job training program 0
and coordinates program actiVIties -
throughout eleven countiesin In ,Stock,
North Central Florida.An DT2 I Me*. M.*"
applicant for the training program I Hurry Q antltlt ... Limited ,
qualifies if he or she meets the i DT2DO
required eligibility guidelines,and is .L'1erC .
willing and wants To be trained to .. tt t FREE DELIVERY
work.For more information about the ._ DENMARK Credit Twins AvaOaMt

new program, either as an employeror '
as an applicant for training, call "f

the Applicants Lake City can office now at ((904)take 75W121.their information ( TACKLE & MARINE ._. FURNITURE NEW STORE HOURS:

to the Bradford Voca- 434 W. Call Stra t/411 W. Madison St. 1.00 ...... 5:30: p.m..
Vo-tech) Center on .FEeR1E' Men.
tional Training ( 1. Friday
Place
Dixie's Market
Orange Street in Starke. tt Across from Winn .1:00 ..... 1t)0) ,.11I.
Potential workers are urged to 3070 DttMmf. IN'.. IIAMI.... Ri..328 S 964.5826 964-5827 salwda F
with Thelma Mitchell or One Swift II 21
speak M IMUMwi M Hwy.
Deborah Chisum for further information WUuwOUU_ ] Starko, Florida
at the V -tech PHONE ((904)) 212-4977 .
The number ArrTall:
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Big crowd expected at LWO plant show I IBy

BETTER THAN GOLDTODAY'S -

Mark Frledlln carefully grown plants, many of say many of them become involved learn many skills transferable to
$0,000 NOME will be SElliNG FOR SlOO.OOO BCT Stall WriterA them far larger than the. house with the art of horticulture and some professional businesses,skills whicha
IN JUST 12 YEARS AT CURRENT RATES of APPRECIATION. IT is large crowd of plant lovers and plants commonly seen in commercial even get into the business professionally high percentage of those releasedgo
browsers is expected for the Annual plant stores."I when they are released.The on to use to improve their employ
The SiNGlE beT INVESTMENT FOR MOST AMERICANS. IT Is Lawtey Correctional Institution could try for years and I could spectators are usually just as ment opportunities.Plants .
AlSO ThC bEST TAX ShElTER bECAUSE you CAN dedUCT ThE Plant Show Saturday, July 25. never grow a cactus as big as pleased with the results as the in- grown by inmates at the
INTEREST Inmates at the institution have put these," One visitor from Gainesvillewas mates. facility are sent all over the state,
ANd REAL INTEREST.
MORTGAGe ESTATE in plenty of long hours during the heard to say as she looked over "We have come up here three adorning government offices in-
ThE ARAbiAN IBR/2B 1008 $9. f T. koME. previous weeks to make sure the the display. "They take a long timeto times for the show. It's great and it cluding the state capitol building in
popular show will live up to previous grow and a lot of patience. I've seems to get even better each year" Tallahassee and Governor Bob
829,400 ON YOUR toil! event seen some nice ones but not as big as commented Mrs. Cynthia Freemanof Graham's mansion. '
l Their efforts seem to pay off each these. I've just got to find out how Alachua after last year's show. The unique setting for the show is
C.M Y year as visitors from all over the they do it... "It's really hard to believe some of enhanced by a number of displays
NoThiNq DOWN area agreed that it was a The inmates stationed in the the results they get with their plants specially set up for the event which
No closiNG COSTS 01 0 0 "breathtaking" exhibit of the or- greenhouses and along the carefully especially the cactus exhibits.I have included the splashing waterfall,exhibits
FINANCING AVAilAblE namental horticulturists' art. manicured pathways of the outside had many of the same varieties of colorful hanging baskets
to quAlifIEd mss The many displays have includedin exhibits are always more, than hap- growing at home some of them for displays and the popular cacti,
past shows a large waterfall,with py to share some but not always all, years, but they just don't look like shown in the center of the outdoor
ENERGY EfficiENT exotic ferns and flowering plants of the plant growing secrets and tips this. They have really put together a garden area and set against a sink
cascading down along the carefully they learned in the institution's horticultural beautiful display here. I hope they ing white sand backdrop.
placed rock sides, and a huge program. They are continue to put the show on." There is a shaded rest area undera
display of prickly cacti with justifiably proud of their L.C.I.Superintendent Sidney Fort- wooden pavillion in the middle of
beautiful flowers coming into bloom achievements."Now ner will be on hand to greet many of the garden, and inmates serve
TIFFIN & OWENS, INC under the hot summer sun. this is a species you can't the guests as they arrived and said refreshments for their guests in one
DEAlER fOR ARAbiA HOMES The greenhouse displays are open- water too much and it only needs at the conclusion of last year's show of the nearby buildings.
222 N. TEMplE AVE. SrARltE FL 32091 ed up for public display right next to small, regular doses of fertilizer..." he was "impressed" with the effort While you couldn't detect it from
the outdoor displays; carefully is just a sample of the advice an inmate the inmates and their instructors put the lushness of the exhibits, the hor
FOR INfoRMATiON CALL: (904)) 964-5065 .....w...bill hI."'.01... sawdusted walkways giving visitorsa was giving to an elderly home into the show. ticultural facility at L.C.I. nearly
close-up view of rows and rows of gardener as they strolled over the "We're very proud of the inmates. suffered a disasterous loss three
vine-covered bridge connecting the They have shown the initiative and winters ago from the effects of a
outdoor displays with the have worked very hard along with record breaking freeze.
greenhouse area during last year's their instructors to put on a fine
show. "These plants can't take a lot show," Fortner said. "People in the
of stress if you want them to grow as area seem to be looking forward to "They had to make up for lost time
big as these. They have to eased it. It's a popular event and a tribute but they have done an exceptionaljob
ORlAN WELLS along gently..." to Mr. Coleman's work." ," commented Ex-L.C.I.
A pair of elderly ladies getting ad- The show originated as an Superintendent James Wainwright
vice from an inmate in a state correctional outgrowth of a special horticultural at the time. "This has been one of
institution may seem program supervised at L.C.I. by Coleman the most successful rehabilitative
strange to some, but the inmates who has years of experience programs we have ever tried here.
picked for the program are highly and skill in the art. The rewards have been tremendousfrom
CHEVROLET/OLDS motivated to learn their new trade, Under Coleman and his fellow in- the standpoint of both the inmates ,
"
according to L.C.I. spokesmen, who structors inmates at the institution and the staff.




USED CAR ObituariesEdward I


"Ted" Pullen 143 Order of the Eastern Star in
Miami Beach; a member of Chapter Rudolph John Pavlas, Jr.
Edward H. "Ted" Pullen, 84, of
150, Order of the Eastern Star in
Deer Springs Road in Keystone Rudolph John Pavlas, Jr., 72, of
Hollywood; a member of the '
Starke died at his
Tuesday night
Heights died Tuesday, July 14, in
Daughters of the Nile; belonged to
Bradford short residence after an extended illness.
Hospital following a
the White Shrine.
illness. Mr. Pavlas was born in New
Born June 4, 1903 in Belleville, Survivors include a daughter, Jersey and had lived in Bradford
Mrs. Strickland of Starke two
Mary ; for the 50 He
County past years. wasa
Michigan. Mr. Pullen moved to
Dr. Maurice Griffin of Silver
sons,
cabinet maker and served in the
SALE Keystone Heights 5 years ago from
Springs and Fred Griffin of Burn-
during WW II. He was a
Navy
Ft. Myers, FL. He was a retired sville NC; sister Mrs. Norma member of Northside Baptist
restaurant owner. Beener of CA brother
; Roy Reamyof Church in Starke.
Survivors include two daughters.
California; 9 grandchildren; Survivors include his wife Mrs.
,
Midge Hildinger of Ann Arbor, MI twelve and
great-grandchildren
and Joan Robinson of Oscoda Bessie Louise Tyler Pavlas; three
87 Oldsmobile Calais Supreme . $11,295.00PW Mich.; three sons Charles Pullen of three Funeral great-great-grandchildren.held daughters Joan Dunlap and Mary
services were in
PL AT AC seat cruise & tilt. Belleville, MI, Richard Pullen of DeWitt C.Jones Chapel Friday,July Ann Shirknick both of Waterbury,
power Keystone Heights and Edward CN and Gayle Hogan of Ft. Myers;
17, with Dr. Maurice Gnffin conduc-
Pullen of Gregory, MI; brother. S. ting the services. The Order of the four stepdaughters, Bettie
K. Pullen of Belleville, MI; sister, Eastern Star will also conduct Christopher of Houston, TX, Bar

86 Monte Carlo SS . . . . 11895.00 great-grandchildren.Rose Fry; 21 grandchildren and 26 funeral services under the directionof Mosley bara South and Janie of Callahan Marshall, both Patsy of

4000 miles LOADED Memonalization was by crema- Jones Funeral Home of Starke. Starke; one son, Billy Pavlas of

tion under the direction of Jones Bertha P. WrightMrs. California; one stepson, William
Funeral Home of Keystone Heights, Milton Carter of Tallahassee,AL; 36
FL Bertha P. Wright, 68, died grandchildren and 8 great-

86 GMC High Sierra P/U . . . $9,200.00 Sunday night in Tanglewood Nurs- grandchildren.
Juanita Pearle Griffin ing Center in Lake City after an ex- Graveside services were held

.cruise, tilt V-8, AT, AC, 18,000 miles. McGuire tended illness. Thursday, July 16 at Dekle
Mrs. Wright was born in Cemetery in Lake Butler with Rev.
!JW "i.; t, (j .o...' ,t!: Juamte Pearle GrTftin McGuire, Greensboro NC and moved to Lake James Cowart officiating. Archer
" ... 81,'of Starke died Friday.July 17,at Butler 17 years ago. She was a Funeral Home was in charge of ar
"86 Chevy Spectrum . . . : . $6,495.00AT her residence following a long il- member of Faith Baptist Church rangements. 'I
lness. and a cook.Graveside. j
4 cyl., AC AM/FM cassette. Born April 21, 1906 in Kansas City, services were to". Raphel (Ray) Russo
MS, Mrs. McGuire moved to Starke Tuesday, July 21, at Oak Grove AndrewsMrs.
five weeks ago from N. Miami Cemetery in Union County with Rev.
Beach. Mrs. McGuire was a Michael Clemons officiating. Archer Raphel (Kay) Kusso An-
85 Chevy C-1O Silverado SWB . . $8,795.00 member of the Baptist Church; a Funeral Home of Lake Butler was in drews, 59, of Annandale, VA, died
longtime member of the Chapter charge of arrangements. Sunday morning at her home afteran
V-8, AT, AC PW. PL, cruise, 37,000 miles. extended illness.
-. She was a member of the St.
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Michaels Catholic Church.
Survivors include her husband,
'I 85 Chevy Astro Cargo Van . . . $7,495.00V6 Cleopatra'sUphol Roland Andrews of Annadale; one
daughter, Debra Tansey of Annan-
AT AC. & Auto Trim Shop dale, VA; two sons, Ron Andrews of
Lees burg VA and Bruce Andrews of
t 304 E. Call St. Starke 964-7014 Fairfax VA; two brothers,
Owned and by Donna Bemert Dominick Russo of
84 Pontiac Firebird . . . . $5,685.00AC "Wher Operated Quality Counts" and Nicholas Russo of Long Inland,

AT, V-6 stereo, 27,000 miles Free Estimate Free NY Funeral; six grandchildren.services were held

Wednesday morning in the chapel of
JULY SPECIAL: Delivery. Archer Funeral Home with Rev.

'84 Ford LTD Sedan . . . . $4,995.00 Jimmy Deas officiating. Burial was
in Elzey Chapel Cemetery under the

6 cyl., PS PB, AT AC. Overstuffed & Recliner $1 0000 Labor direction Archer, Funeral Home.

Chair Upholstered I Plus| Materials Houston Parish Goodbread
Houston Parish Goodbread II, 67,
84 Chevy Corvette . . . . $14,995.00 '. ,' : '. ; : : ', ,';" ," of Lake Butler died Tuesday morn-
ing in the Lake Butler Hospital and
Loaded 39,000 miles. Hand Surgery Clinic after a brief il-

FOREMOST #* PRICEWISEcombine lness.Mr. Goodbread was born in St.
Petersburg but had lived most of his
84 Chevy S-1O P/U . . . . $3,995.00 .sac( e's prices Good life in Jacksonville where he was

4 cyl. 4 spd. AC 24,000 miles. r,r Thru employed in construction. He was a
to bring you plumber and pipe fitter; a memberof
J"'y a0 the Union No. 234 of Jacksonville;
LOWER PRICES! a member of Berlin Street Baptist
1
83 Chevy S-1O P/U . . . . 5295.00 Church the U.S.of Navy Jacksonville during WW; served II. in

V-6 AT AC PS 42,000 miles. Survivors include a daughter,
Lyndal Lotte of Lake Butler; two
sons. Houston Parish III and
Jack Old CanadianLord Thomas Goodbread both of Jackson-

'82 Datsun King Cab . . . . 4895.00 Daniel ville; two sisters Daphne Bennett of
hompson Orlando and Cor-dean Roche of St.
Like new w/topper : Black Calvert Petersburg.

,l Archer Funeral Home of Lake
ir LTR Butler was in charge of the funeral
750 1.75 arrangements.
81 Pontiac Turbo Trans Am . . 4695.00
639 .
T-Top, AC AT ;',; : ,:,' ',' 979 tir. 12Relska 99 Card of ThanksWe
:'' "' '<:', desire to
express to our kind
? ::
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''',- ,' neighbors and thoughtful friends,

81 Ford F-1OO . . . . .' : ,.. 4388.00 our heartfelt thanks for their many
of
expressions
sympathy.
37,000 actual miles. '" The lovely flowers, delicious food,
comforting cards, prayers and
Kahlua wishes were all deeply appreciated.
e Family Of
'78 Dodge D200 . . . . . $2,900.00 r ""' BOCOrdiRu Coffee Roy DupreeIn
Vodka
AT. V-8. Liqueur

750 MemoryIn

LTR 75 loving memory of Kelly Crewt
N va 699 who passed away July, 23. 1983.
679 At we loved you to we miss)10....
; 1099 In our hearts l you are ever near
Loved remembered, loned/or

ORIAN WELLS] r ll always Bringing' many a silent tear.
Sadly missed by Mother

,rm"' -Chevrolet-aldsm.ob] le 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGEStarke and sister "Cricket"

; 1 mite North of Starke on US 301 Card of ThanksThe
7 DAYS A WEEK 964-7771
OPEN family of Frances S.
U.S. 301 North-Starke 964-7500 Gainesville 372-0103( Jacksonville 282-4522 PATRICKS PUB & PACKAGE Whitehead wishes to express their

Keystone Heights Open 7 Days A Week 4739727Y appreciation for the loving thoughts,
Yd". North SR 100 on Hwv 21 North prayers and support during the tune
of her passing.



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I Bradford Chiropractic Center stresses teamwork approach 1


-- "1JInmapdllipmentS likit-"tenniselbow" their normal routine.that can make
ByMarkFrledlin his parents, Walter and Justina most common alt actions for work there! cm !be nt. prtQa ens;" Dr: ; Osteoartt1mBm all the difference, believe me."
wUurflD -
BCT Staff Writer Sykes, spent many hours of their ing people," Dr. Sykes says. "They Syket strove Ttatfswttoywelte! e 15 really Dr Sykes is originally from the
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iro knee ,
injuries can
air some
Dr, John Sykes has been a busy time painting and redecorating, affect everyone of all ages and in different Gad and !the 3Catf qngmmnt. 'a1e > heated, because Arlington area of Jacksonville,
man since he moved to Starke and specializes in "spinal degrees of severity, that we now alas!fame ttte egngnnBia(tD Cia mniwrlM-aainnuttelJi where he attended high ilChool.
doll; bea./l11ke/ othercnnnvitQcve
Damn ligaments
opened his new clinic the Bradford manipulation", a process which has have developed many different complete lab... Dr Sykes attended the Parker
glees Qamws.m the body can.
Chiropractic Center, located on helped many patients regain full or methods for treatment, depending And a good. Dtr Sytias aunt .'Bun! with motion School of Chiropractic before begin-
Walnut Street near the Starke partial mobility after debilitating on the individual." maspbere between tttettbree Chamber of Commerce back injuries. Filling out the staff of three at the each individual JI8 mIL'" aOUe B restore patients to a fuller lives in Keystone
many
Dr. Sykes and his partner Richard "We're happy to be here in clinic is Mrs. Gail Davis a Florida Dr. Syfces tremt. ate l nen.rltappraadllaeadpatletlt cnndUaan Qua.: better approaches Heights.
Tuller, have assembled a collectionof Starke," Dr Sykes said. "The peo- certified X-ray technologist whose ,ssjwjfi dt
equipment and programs which ple here are very friendly and we skills are crucial to the diagnostic gives snore idnvrae range off JBmoni -
have been aiding many patients have had an enthusiastic response to portion of each patient's treatment, in the idatgrawtic: attqgrd iff
from all over the three county area our treatments from many local pa the preliminary stages of any relief 11'eatmeat.
Dr. Sykes,operating out of a nicely tients." or cure. "ID mymindmeotthehng" .idI-
refurbished office which he and "Back problems are one of the "Without an accurate diagnosis vantages frf wanking ancestor us Wutt LOR1DA C A o -
by doing it this: wary we atimuOL
--"r '" '-"F." ..."' -v= r.IF -- <- I recreate :that environment IBS toUJege. EST
..../.:....- "" ...", -, ..... .-whercyou Hud one artfeuantageof CONTROL
..... / 1''y"'"/"" '... many differed vjpwpnnni OOr
1' """ ... Sykes says. We tame tine! atiDitty tte ao..curs
..... "" / .r crosscheck each wttw('Aunmg each
)0.... /.r ......... phase defimtely1otbrpltamlrs of treatment' wHudh BE

..... A" /. ./..... We are excited atoout ttitae! cnmnnft., Scamper Sez:
R.APfO.RD .. ; < 'I 1 .I r.... ...' We work well:together ate.a team ''
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< / \ _.. Two heads ape HvdllkatUtBin! sae, "AH this rain is ideal for fungus
I ...,.,- specially m a cmnnucaoetf, care,-
invasion of lawn Be
on
"tlIR02'RLCTIC.x: Dr.Syk4s! added."And we hove am your
: added advantage wttto tfine Jtirsy the lookout for small grey Ibrownspots
\ equipment and onir fine dsetbn cirri "
on the grass .
CtNT"tQ : We can ;get an annulate itiiapnums
much faster mow for each jBtOunnX.and .

-....; -, ." ,., then begin a taentment:" SPRAY WITH Ferti-Lome
.
For hark ajnjusmes' tube! (two
-"'" '. FUNGICIDEContains
., ... .... chiropractors law a cftmme off LIQUID
therapy onvtilvisng t.. dMSksvott> Dacovil
machines used to treat a anrHtty uf
lower and upper ttiack ytntttieoak 16 oz treats 500 sq. ft.
In apl'OCeBcaI.Ied mnerMipnHnttaU
traction,SykM_a apemaiba Swill 1 l Pint
table standardized m imduBBry BBC, Quart
that ireusMrteit' a tlgpe d milling
"...ve..1IIHJtHm ma jattwHfi itau. It ftiiin ,
.f.1"1. .... '4,. This motiDn ifaehK to open ate an iJDUIuVWMGJQOC 698 1298
I 1 rr YV" ticuiations between the! tonnes m One
/ back vital transducers Sur nthe
-: :' spinal cord and the: Al mwso
< which are .-....... jJBIIIIDtI ssgrelatrvela !
mina tank IIIJjJUnIIIi
6 20 HOSE END
or gal.
kf 1
.....- b e/ 1 The roams are arranged am Sits
table to follow (the onntourt off me SPRAYERFor BrT'aQrr.:
1II
spore and can Ite I .atfjuBted to< suit
each mdrwduaJ1- Dr. %*et UIJK."It applying weedkillers 20GJUON1

!m a very Ihght mumran ritadlooseetteartlmdamloncwttteseme insecticides. etc. toYards ;; ;.- AWN1 .;-
SPRAYERSWEEDEATER
of the tack and betntes\ >pmldaiw d Shrubs Trees
to resume a mane IIIU1111U1i1liumlllllll.
< effort to toehj the:patient Itaati a nine
2.98
DOI'II18Ilhfe. Back nJur aneatime:
of the matt paarmful and dlehlid+rmrg '-
there are and they we espy
COJDDHJII.among,1II1ItJn&JIIIIIJIIe.1DII
may:have to luft Ihnaxy atems air expose MALJTHION
tben sharks to some undue i, Controls Fleas
lr
stress UI the nob Vbr ate on fflnebusmesK 1 oz in 1 gal. water [
+ > of{treating pam amt!West s
XR85 MALAnION makes a good pet
:i is nothing quite*ipewardme as tnt
be able to reuewe a ipatients; inanx sprat dip
J especially one If.ba1Itb17 ooay mass 9m m= = Pint Quart
v..t EjJ .. been wag 'with: tsaoBtaaesly; ftnr :;= 4.99 8.49
:. weeks,months or CWBD)'mIlS'*
r' Spray quarter*A yards too
The treatment wanes must eazlb 14999 Yield
patient rf comse. \tout each caw att
the clinic: begins with a mranltolediagnosis Mb Money Down WEED & GRASS KILLE
to pinpoint ffibe inmnlkna T.OuafiRaJ Buyers
areas. This >s actamnluii&ittl HHESI! TERMITE CONTROL
... -
:'" ; <: :: 'WJtb14JlYSand-Astatic ju jHtirai" city 1Z-a alOB' Do-tt-Yourself Hi-Yield
'Ti '
.
sensitive _. fmgertipE:a pFohmg.cnrcilbir_ -Mum Ftwf b>i.ctfonStarting1 -CHLORDANE
turn that gtves! cum a unique ttfffe d Spray block voids and pour
: mental outline the prism amen -fie around foundation .see labeL
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Patients at the cilinu:a!iIHI nDIIW hGaa..ae-oantw.a 1/2 gal only 20.99Norman.s
movement'Uiivupy' for ltigamH0t mt-
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junes: nn.nn to ate cur JlHfl eh a I a .
about;anyone wrath: : thigh orates wltoi ,
are prone to ankle omuraes.
p
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Helping Hands...

!Meet the staff at the new Bradford Chiropractic Gail Owens and Dr. Richard Tuller. Meat
Center located on Walnut Street in Starke. Dr. Sykes and his staff stress the 'teamwork approach Specials
From left to right: Dr. John Sykes X-ray Specialist for each patient at their rapidly growing clinic.
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Fryers....,... ; Fryer leg T/4s Sirloin Steaks


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June 30 1987 a

Fresh 'Cut : Fresh'Fryer
Thighs "
1987 1986 Increase(%) .
ASSETS Breast'F i :am y Pac.59C R!II', :,I:. !round. ,' Beef (
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$ .. """ :: ::" '. .
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$ 3.2% -
Cash & Due From Banks 1,119.573 1.085.120 -- ,'1*;'

Federal Funds Sold 5.775.000 2400.000 140.6% Ib iiliJii.99e
Investment Securities 6.339.002 7.054.04910.1% _99c Ib $:: ib

Loans & Discount Receivable $ 14,123.899' $ 12,758.377 10.7%

less Unearned Discount ((454.697)) ((423.782)) 7.3%

less Loan Loss Reserve ((200.723)) (062.473)) 23.5%

Net Loans 13,468,479 12.172.122 10.7% Fresh Cut

Interest Earned Uncollected 420.626 418.472 0.5% Whole Fryers

Banking House & Fixtures 660,237 639.539 3.2% Fryer

Other Real Estate 0 5.300 Drurnsticks: cut-up FREE
Other Assets 75.733 23.251 2257%

TOTAL ASSETS 8,858 23.797.853 171% .69 Ib .sse:: Ib


LIABILITIES

Oficlal Demand Checks Deposits 13,904.075 125,753 1.505,897 201,587 -37.6 20.8%% NORMANS PRODUCE SP I IJ. Isltltreeta9'altersirtdoal.

Savings Accounts 1,846,717 1,468-426 25.8%

Certificates of Deposit 8.361.616 7.354.338 13.7% .... e 0- US.Fancy*"lYcCewSquasti KIWI Fruit
Total Deposits 24,238,161 20.530.248 18.1% :

Reserve Accounts 154,616 186.55717.1% 30 DI atra.) SIA'-- ..3'9'1 Ib 4$1.White .
Other Liabilities 61.409 40.448 51.8%

TOTAL CAPITAL LIABILITIES 24,454,186 20.757.253 17.8% r----1;: : I Reds Seedfess Potatoes



Capital Surplus Stock 1,800.000 200.000 1.800.000 200.000 0.0 0.096% .69Cea .69C Ib .79$ 5 m. bagGRO'IR


Retained Earnings 1.404.464 1.040,600 350% FSK>RMAMS SEAFOOO SPECIALS

TOTAL CAPITAL 3,404,464. 3.040,600 12.0%

RED
TOTAL LIABILITIES
AND CAPITAL 27.858,650 23.797.853 17.1% FLOUNDER
FILETS SNAPPER

$3.99 LBt

$4.99 LBI $4.99 LB
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Member F.D.I.C. Since 1934. Paul M. Rlherd President



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...,,_,_.......,,__u___n .__'W __
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Drag Enforcement Ad-
Wilson. Jr. received suspended jail nunatrabon. Grace pleaded facility. Wilson pleaded guilty to using fenses June 15,according to U.S. Attorney Grace in Starke and she deliveredthe Lawtey $;2,000 each and required
sentences in U.S.District Court July to conspiracy to possess cocaine guilty_ a telephone to facilitate a felony. George Blow.! drug to the informant. The transaction they complete 200 hours of com-
20 in Gainesville.U. was monitored by an agent umunity service. They will be on
Both Grace and Wilson were arrested Attorney Blow'said that in for the U. S. DEA who recorded the
for five
S. District Judge Maurice Paul probation years under the U.
Wilson, a local llonst in Starke, in
and
April charged with September 1984 Grace and Wilson
conversations via
sentenced Grace a former a "body bug"worn S. Probation Office.In .
hair
was sentenced to four
years in distribution of cocaine, conspiracy arranged to sell one-half ounce of cocaine
bv the informant. addition
stylist at CJ's both Grace and Wilson
in to
Starke.
an
eight- prison which was suspended but to deliver cocaine and possessionwith to a confidential informant
year sentenced which was suspended Wilson must serve sot months confinement intent to sell concaine. They Wilson met the informant in Judge Paul also fined Grace,29 of must submit to drug-screening tests.
and ordered to 1:1150: Failure of the test, said Judge Paul,
paw restitu
in a tail type or treatment entered pleas to lesser included of Gainesville then Wilson called
Fernandina and Wilson, 33, of could earn them a trip to prison.

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r := itmlmrf Elderly Brooker Woman Robbed Man ArrestedA

According to some researcher. has negative
calories. It takes more eateries to eat a piece of celery 22-year-old Brooker man was 22. She slammed the back door shut then returned to the house,where he Mrs. Raborn, 71, is In the care of a
than the celery has in it to begin with. apprehended less than two hours which automatically locked and ran took Mrs. Raborn's purse and a physician in Gainesville at press
after he robbed an elderly woman in to the front of the house. A shot gun small amount of money.At time. She had an injured leg but her
her home Wednesday morning.Mrs. blast through the lock on the back 11:30 a.m. Carl Foster, Jr. was injuries did not appear to be serious.
door allowed the man to enter the charged with armed burglary of an
Compare Prices houseAt occupied dwelling, according to Investigator Bradford County deputies, Lt.
Angie Raborn, who lives on the sound of the blast Mrs. Don Denton. Foster was Glen Moore, Doug York, David
Before You CR-235 near the gas plant in Raborn ran from the house, followed arrested at his home where the Aderholt and Denton were assistedby
Buy ...Not After Brooker, noticed a black man by the man. When she fell the man purse and shotgun were found. Additional Union County Sheriff Jerry
crouched by her porch as she locked grabbed her and threatened her lifeif charges will be filed by the Whitehead, two officers and a prison
the screen door about 10 a.m. July she didn't return to the house. He state attornev. said Denton. dog team.
STEPHEN SMITH LUMBER

7 Miles South of Stanhi ore us 301

Snake Dispute
fREE DfUYDIY .
.

4682624Open From react* If you are not familiar with obstacle and look around before pro- under it. If using a tent,make sure it
of 30 people turned out to hear the snakes, it should be killed with the ceeding. Snakes like the cool ground has a good one-piece flooring and an
Mon.fi8'3.S:30( Sot. 900-.4X) six-hour lecture Mr. Cox. In least exertion possible and kept for that lies in the shadows of fallen entrance that can be securely
of such obvious by interest, view identification by a knowledgeableperson. logs, piles of rocks and debris. Be fastened, preferably with a zipper
perhapssome If this careful of all hollows under trees enclosure. By all
Mr. cannot be done, attempt means, pick a
interesting suggestions by and rocks, as well as burrows like clear, area in which
Haast would be Sincewe to describe the snake by open to pitch it.
appropriate.
SAWYERGIBSON have such a large number of writing out the best description those of the gopher tortoise. All "When hunting in rattlesnake
snakes like to crawl into an abandoned -
/ possible. Trying to remember the
poisonous snakes in our area, Mr.Haast's country, a good pair of snake bite
hollow hole to the heat
pattern after the bite, will remain or escape
knowledge and experience proof boots should be worn. Old
secondary in mind due to the of the sun."When .
your
in handling venomous serpents over boots that have become softened
the past 40 years may someday prove emergency at hand. fishing in remote fresh or around the ankles from long periodsof
vital to readers of The Telegraph.He Some helpful "do's and dont's"are brackish water, watch where you use should never be trusted. Big
writes, "In the bite of a poisonous suggested by Mr. Haast regar- step. Lakes, rivers, canals and diamondbacks have tremendous
snake there will be one or two ding Florida's snake population, the swampland are the home of the vile- striking power and are able to sink
distinct punctures present. If venom nation's largest. "Florida is a state tempered water maccasin. Such a their sharp, long fangs through the
has been injected, unmistakable that abounds in beautiful lakes, dangerous creature may be baskingin leather and into the flesh. Most bites
symptoms will quickly appear. rivers, woodlands, forests and the sun or lying in the grassy from rattlers are inflicted in the
Usually there is a burning sensation swamplands. Every year millions of areas along the bank. When in such ankle area."Never .
with some pain in the vicinity of the residents as well as visitors enjoy areas, never step down from a high attempt to kill a poisonous
bite, followed in minutes by a swelling these wonderful places as part of bank. Always try to enter at a snake with a stick. This usually
of the bite area. Discoloration of their vacation, work, play or to enjoy shallow shoreline or beach area. places an inexperienced person
the skin will be evident, followed by their favorite sports, hunting, What might look like a good cray within sinking range withour realizing
nausea and vomiting. However, fishing or golf. Whatever your fish or turtle hole under the bank the length an irate snake can extend
some pit vipers have been known to pleasure might be, you must just might be a hiding place for the itself in a strike."
produce temporary blindness or remember that there is always a deadly cottonmouth. And last, but not least, Mr. Haast
e a a paralysis, more so in the case of a possible chance of coming in contact advises, "Always give a poisonousor
water moccasin bite, than from the with a poisonous snake. "When camping, always remove an unidentified snake plenty of
bite of a rattlesnake or copperhead. possible firewood off its resting room and the right of way. This is a
In the event of a snake bite, try to "When hiking in the fields or place with a stick, before picking it positive, precautionary measure to
identify the reptile. woods always step up on any up with your hands a snake may be prevent an unnecessary accident."

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The beaver Is one of the larger members of the rodent specie
$1OOor1e10 Starke SFCC Sets

Fall RegistrationThe

Santa Fe Community College
; N .G1U b1lsji
Starke Center has announced its
Fall 1387 Semester schoduleoffering

YOUR CHOICE 31 1 4T.+Cl tT cf u RK g lr26 42 historic day and site night in the credit renovated classes courthouse at its

on West Call St.
Gibson .89 Registration by appointment is
(
or Special Valvoline OW/HD QT scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday
,July 28-29,and regular registration
will be held on and
GeneralE1ecb1c Heavy Duty 40 month battery 429.99.! Friday July 30-31. Registration Thursday is
scheduled from 10 a.m. to 4
Fits most cars with a special evening session from

., Washer WE NOW MAKE HEAVY DUTY HOSES!!!] mm 6-8 In p.m.addition on Thursday to basic July classes 30. in

DRUMS and ROTORS TURNED.spec I Math, English, Science, History,
298 Social Sciences and Humanities, the
Fall Schedule includes Introductionto

most Fan Belts #3.99Most Business, General Psychology,
s Principles of Accounting I and II,
Public Speaking Child Development
11.10 Introduction to Computers,
AUTOLITE Spark Plugs ea Spanish,Human Nutrition,Anatomyand

Physiology, Major Religions,
tl.19 COBOL, Real Estate, Computer
Freon (per can) Software Applications and Play Pro-

__ OPEN: Mon-Fd 8-6. Sat: 8-4 and SUNDAY 10-3 duction.

30 Gas Range AD GOOD THROUGH JULY 30 Wild Horsesfrom


$288 -. page 1

Trade-in 25 plorers let small numbers of them
free to roam. Then large numbers of
ORIAN WELLSChevroletOldsmobile IfI1J them were set free after the Civil
Het$263ADMIRAL War ended and they grew in number
until they were competing for
1a tiv a.1.tadi.we Option II 'l valuable grazing" land and they had

as...+.GeI to be moved.
The Horse Adoption program the

e s u.s. 301 North Starke 964-7500 Gainesville 372-0103 Jacksonville 282-4522 Morris's porarily discontinued used to get Sunny the operationuntil has tem

more horses are captured, but
the Telegraph will publish the information
F on the next sale when it
19 ft. to1987 becomes available.
Regrigeraf
"We found out about it through the
Deluxe model Farmer's Market Bulletin and got
the application through the mail "
Glass shelves
Janice said. "They want to makesure
Includes ice maker SPRINT you have the land, the food sup-
plies and everything that it takes to
be a good owner. It s no give-away,
8548 G that's for sure. You have to be'
O qualified,with good facilities."
"He has been a real pleasure to
work with so far,"Janice concluded.
"He's very smart,listens well,if not
better than my other horse and is
very friendly, even if he is just a lit
s. tle stubborn."
"It's been a real learning experience -
for both of us."
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HOURS 84-, ta*M.Qpei&*BA-12 Noon Oldsmobile .

Oktomowie Quality.Feel w. 66 month 9.9 APR plus, tax tag & title 964.6000.Pages .



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July 23,1987_. It SECTION Pace 7


News Briefs Voters Want EnglishAs ; _


Pickup Hits Tanker which occurred last Deputy Gene Lee. Waldron was Florida's
when
Driver Hospitalized, marijuana plant was found May growing a Starke Man TakesBrother's released to the detoxication center. Language: .

at the back door of the Cone's home. Car,
A Starke man, injured when his John Cecil Cone, 34, and his wife, Gets ArrestedA Robert Elijah JOnes, 25, was ar- A total of 150,000 Florida voters petitions in order to put the proposed
1971 Ford pickup truck ran under a Rhonda Yvonne Cone, 21, were rested July 15 on a capias charging have signed petitions to put the pro- amendment on the ball t."
gasoline tanker truck early Satur- charged, according to Investigator Starke man was arrested July 20 failure to appear for criminal posed English Language Amend- The proposed amendment, which
day morning, remains hospitalized Aderholt. They were released after and charged with stealing his mischief, DUI, leaving the scene of ment on the November 1988 ballot would be Section 9 of Article II of the
in critical condition. they each posted a $500 surety bond. brother's car. an accident with personal injury,ac- for all of Florida. Passage of the Florida constitution, says: "English
Edward Pasco Melvin, 53, of near Dale Lee Lamonte was arrested cording to Deputy York. Bond! was amendment would make English the Is the official language of the state of
Kingsley Lake, was flown by Hampton ManIs July 20 for driving while license set at$10,130, he remains in custody. official language for Florida's Florida. The Legislature shall have
Trauma I to University Hospital in suspended and grand theft-auto, according governmental agencies. the power to enforce this section by
Jacksonville July 18, according to ChargedWith to Patrolman John Hodges. Michael L. Adams, 20, was ar- "The biggest response has been appropriate legislation."
Paramedics Dan Cuddmgton and Sexual Lamonte's brother reported his rested July 16 on a warrant charging from counties in South Florida,"
Jerral Johnson. Melvin suffered BatteryA vehicle missing Friday but burglary, grand theft, according to said Tom Kirby, chairman of the Petitions are available by contac-
multiple lacerations, possible Inter Hampton man was charged with suspected Dale Lamonte had the Deputy Lee. Adams was picked up Tampa-based Florida English Cam- ting Pat Fulton at the Florida
nal injuries and a possible fractured sexual battery last week after two vehicle. When the vehicle did not from the Department of Correctionsat paign. "We have received peititons English Campaign, 5445 Mariner
right leg.Melvin. little girls said he had sexually reappear by Monday it was reported the expiration of his sentence. He from almost every county in Street, Suite 305, Tampa, FL 33609,
driving a pickup, collided molested them on numerous occa- stolen. Patrolman Hodges spottedthe is in the custody of the county Jail Florida; our goal. is 350.000 s signed 813-874-9656.
with the rear of a tanker trailer sions in the past three years. vehicle at 5:53: p.m. and arrested under no bond.

truck on US-301 south of Starke at Donald Ray Taylor,38,was charged Lamonte. "TrafficRamona 1'- ...,."...".. """"'-' ''''''-""'''''-'....,.",.."" """" """'- -
1:05 a.m., according to Trooper W. July 15 with two counts of sexual Bond was set at$1,101.25,Lamontewas "b
M.Abrams. The tanker had lawfully battery upon a child under 11 yearsof released on his own Grace Alford, 21, of
stopped for the railroad crossing age, according to InvestigatorDavid recognizance. Gainesville was arrested July 18 for Jtth
north of Crown Lumber Company, Aderholt. Taylor was arrested driving while license suspended
said Trooper Abrams. Driver of the after an anonymous caller Recent ArrestsIn (DWLS), according to Lt. William ,
tanker, Jack E. Tribert of tipped the sheriff's office that the Bradford CountyThe Tillotson. She was released after a
Hawthorne, was not injured. man had returned from Texas wherehe $210 surety bond was posted. ik.JtJiW : .
Charges of driving under influenceand had gone shortly after the In- following arrests were made
driving while license suspended vestigation started in May. by local authorities in Bradford Roderick DeSue, 23, of Starke was
against Melvin are pending, according Taylor remains in custody under County. arrested July 17 for fleeing attemp- >'?t cdJ''iu.
to Trooper Abrams. bonds totalling $45,000. ting to elude and wilful-wanton
Daniel Roosevelt Knowles, 20, of reckless driving, according to Lt.
Lake Starke was arrested July 17 for Winston Barber. He was released
City Man Dies Two ArrestedFor loitering and prowling, according to after a $420 surety bond was posted. --- / I
In Motorcycle CrashA PossessionTwo Sgt. W. C. Reno. Knowles was seen
milling around parked vehicles in Alvaughn Richard Golden, 31, of
24-year-old Lake City man died men were arrested in 'a the vicinity of Washington St. and Starke was arrested July 15 on a
from injuries he received when his pickup truck parked on Keller St. US-301 and was arrested when he capias charging failure to appear for
1982 Honda motorcycle went out of refused to identify himself. Bond DWLS, according to Investigator
near the ballfield at RJE by a city
control :z.s
Saturday.Gregory policeman. was set at $105, he was released on David Aderholt. Golden is in custody cr' ; /9P!
Patrick Tyre was pronounced While on routine patrol July 19. his own recognizance. under no bond.
dead at the
SR-100
scene on Patrolman K. R. Hinds,Jr. observedtwo
five miles west of Lake Butler July men sitting in the truck at 1 a.m. Carlton Covington, 25, was ar- Walter Arthur Alvarez, 55, of
18, according to Homocide In- While seeking their identificationthe rested July 15 on a capias charging Starke was arrested July 15 for .
vestigator Murray Richardson.Tyre's officer noticed a plastic bag of trespass (failure to pay fine) and DWLS, driving under influence
motorcycle was eastboundon marijuana. Further investigation tampering with a witness, victim or (DUI, according to Patrolman
SR-100 when he lost control and revealed additional bags of pot in the informant, according to Deputy Hinds.He was released after a$1,210
ran off the roadway at 7 a.m. Tyre glove box and a tray of white rock Eugene Lee.Covington was released surety bond was posted. 7?,
was thrown from the cycle, accor- under the seat of the pickup. after he paid his fine of $158.75 and ,
ding to Trooper W. M. Abrams. The two men, Jeffrey Robert posted a $2,000 surety bond. James Keith Mosley, 35, of J
Tyer, 19, of Jacksonville and Ken- Jacksonville was arrested July 20 on
UCI Inmate Dies neth A. Merriweather, address Robert Earl Simmons was ar- a capias charging DUI, violation of 'IrujJ.J.
Of Stab Wounds unknown,were charged with posses- rested July 19 for drinking intox- restrictions (failure to appear), ac-
sion of cannabis and possession of icating beverage, according to cording to Deputy Lee. Total bond
Inmate Lester J. Cross was stabb- cocaine, according to Patrolman Patrolman K. R. Hinds, Jr. Bond was set at $1,000, he remains in
ed at 12:40: p.m. in prison dorm No. 8 Hinds. was set at $105, he was released on custody. There is also a hold on

at Union Correctional's West Unit Bond for Tyer and Merriweatherwas his own recognizance. Mosley from Clay County. \ 4 (J.d) ..44MIhn1. :...Jz.II ..
last Friday, July 17. set at $1,000 each, they were
Cross, who was serving a life released on their own recognizance. Timothy Leggette, 31, of Starke Richard Dean Baker of Jackson- c: U- .1 .t5t..r +f
sentence for a 1986 first-degree was arrested July 20 on a capias ville was arrested July 21 for DWLS,
murder conviction in Indian River charging failure to appear for according to Lt. Barber. He was
County, appeared to have received Passenger InjuredIn charges of possession of controlled released after a $210 surety bond
stab wounds to the left side of his July 15 AccidentA substance, sale and delivery of con- was posted.
chest, right hand and left side, trolled substance, retail theft, ''ProfessionalQuality .
29-year-old South Carolina distribution of a controlled
prison spokesman Bob MacMastersaid. FliP To Man ; ,
,
woman was transported to Bradford substance, according to Deputy \
An inmate suspect has been plac- Hospital following a early morning Doug York. Total bond was set at CheckpointsBradford
accident 15. $20,605.75, he remains in custody.
July
ed in a special confinement cell, but CountyThe S
Vickie Slagle of Charleston Air

prison withholding investigators his name pending were fur- with Force multiple Base was abrasions taken by and Rescue com Carl Covington, 25, of Starke was will be Florida conducting Highway driver license Patrol For Less!

ther investigation.Cross of arrested July 21 on a capias charg- and vehicle inspection check-
plaining pain in the spinal area,
was pronounced dead by a according to Paramedics Cliff Chap- ing battery, according to Lt. Glen points during the week of July 17 MODEL 110
prison doctor at 12:44 p.m. man and Dan Cuddington.The Moore. thru July 23 on SR-21, SR-100,
SR-230, SR-18, SR-16, CR-18, Yard Pro trimmers offer you
Slagle vehicle and a 1976 Pon- Elizabeth A. Smith, 44, of Starke the ultimate in
CR-16, CR-21B, CR-225, CR-125, quality from v'l'l
Couple ArrestedOn tiac were southbound on US-301, ac- was arrested July 14 on a capias CR-229, CR-231, CR-227, CR-221, WEEDEATER, the people 1-year limited warrantywho
Pot Charge cording to Trooper J. H. Horler. The charging worthchecks (seven CR-230 and CR-100A in Bradford made line trimmers Adjustable assist handle
Pontiac, driven by Josh Edward counts), according-to Investigator world famous.
A Bradford County couple werearresteY"JUtyh15l'0n Gunter, 55, of Frostproof, 'slowed Aderholt. She' was released on her (County. Powerful 22.2cc gas engineTapNGo '
a capm! charging and was struck by the Slagle vehicle* own recognizance'''** '"" -'"-1"-. ""' "" w-' ...... . automatic '
"possession" of more'' than 20 said Trooper Horler. Gary Lee Dlon"ountl on k7* -4UV) (r) line advance':
grams of cannabis, according to In- Slagle, driver, was cited for failureto Howard R. Waldron, 50, of Hamp- ,; 5K"-I21, SR-231, SR-241, SR-238, Precise balance makes it easy to use
vestigator David Aderholt. The ar- use due care in the 7:25: a.m. acci- ton was arrested July 15 for CR-18, CR-237, CR-229, CR-125,
rest stemmed from an incident dent. disorderly intoxication, according to CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-796A in ./ Solid state ignition for quick starts
Union County. /j
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CARS & TRUCKS YARD SALESBIG ANIMALS LAND FOR SALELOT .

1985 VW SCIROCCO. Perfect condition FOR SALE
itlll under full warranty, buying on '87. SALE this weekend. Lots of new anddlff.r.nl IN CITYl $6.000. Call 964,5764. after PHONE 9' .777'

Polaris whit. w/block accents, silver- stuff. Lots. of jewelry 3.piece COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES AKC 5. call 964-5251. 3/07 tin
living room set $75 stove $85 205 N. Temple Starke I ICeceMe
grey interior, v.ry sporty. AM-FM ; gas ; registered, 9 weeks old, let shots, 44 ACRES with 2 BR house or will divide /
across the street from Powell
stereo cassette, AC, five-speed. New Dairy wormed. Black white or buff. $125 Into 10 acre or more tracts. 964.7771 or
$13,500 Asking $8,500. Call 964-6305 Freeze on 301 North 7/162110 7/23 $150 each. 964.8575.7/2 4tchg 7/23 964.4537.5/1.. TFchg TeswlIk.r

Di( 473.4380. Ask for Mark. MFtfn GARAGE SALE Friday. July 24. 9.5 p.m. BULL PUPPIES. Mother English father WOODED LOT. lak. vl_. Sampson .-'
1984 PONTIAC FIREBIRD PS PB. AC 888 W. Madison. Conoe dresser, chainsaw Boxer 6 weeks old. $25 each. Call lake. $1200 or best offer call
clothes, and other odds & ends. .
auto trans, with auto overdrive, 964 7865. 7/23 2tpd 7/30 1.737.1807.7116 4tchg 8/6 about and shakers -
No pre-sales. 7/23 Itpd One thing movers
am fin stereo, good condition payoff CANARY BIRDS healthy and colorful. 2V LOTS IN CITY. Fenced and utility
appro $6000. TAKE OVER PAYMENTS JULY 23 24, lots of Items. NE 26th St. Young unsexed and some older, call building 9o4-8392. 7/16 3tpd 7/30 They move to where they can shake!
across from A S W Mobile Homes, 9-til
ONLY 782.3872 after 7pm. 7/2 tfnlh 9647840. 7/23 Itpd HWY 301 FRONTAGE nearly % acre. 12
'1484 LYNX, take over payments, $150. ??. 7/23 Itpd QUARTER HORSE CELOINCt 7 yrs. old. x 50 mobil. home and large addition SoWhenyou're ready to
Call 431.1316. 7/9 3tchg 7/23 BIG YARD SALE lots of nice stuff, no Well cared for, need. experienced 16900. $5.000 down. $250 monthly. make it
junk, appliances, glassware and much make your move ;
rider, handsome animal with of
CADILLACS MERCEDES PORSCHE etc. great Less for cash. 5 miles north Starke
direct from Government. Seized In more. 329 Center St.. Frl. & Sat. 7:30: conformation, $600 782-3872 after 6:30: across from 2OO-A on 3O1 7/23 Itpd 1240 Blanding St.
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drug raids Available your area Save 723ltchgORANGEWOOD p.m. tfnlh
$thousands$. 216.453.3000. Ext. A4259. APARTMENTS 703. Immediate Occupancy Mint Condition-
Clothes and odds and ends 9.4
/ 23 2tpd 7/30 Friday Remodeled
Bright Airy Newly
1983 MERCURY COLONY PARK, 8 and Saturday 7/23 Itpd ,
BEDROOM SUITE, sofa, loveseat used CH&A 4 BR 2 BA -
passenger station wagon. Well maintained 1,720 Sq. Ft. ,
tin and boards, clothes
baby curtains, ,
964 5635. 7/23 Itpd
mist Friday 8 Sat. 9.3 Corner 225 S 229 Great Room Fenced Yard -
1987 DODGE D-50. air conditioned.
AM/FM cassette 5 speed Tak. over on Bayless Highway. 7/23 1 Itpd AcceJeraL'ed Rile4fty Extra Closets Tool Shed
GARAGE TRAILER SALE 8 a.m. to 11. :
payments. 964.6055. 7/23 2tpd 7/3O
Misc at Olins Mobile Home
1976 CAMA1O. 350, air, pb, excellent Pork $44.000We'll
Moving out of town all Items
cheap .
running condition. Keystone classicims follow signs 7/23 Itchg give you all the room you needto
$1100. Call 9644828. 7/23 ItchgI
I HONDA CAR, 1 CADILLAC, 1 Ford Pick FRIDAY, Orangewood Apartments, shake!II I

964 up .8662.truck,Lon misc Beville parts. 7/23 and 2tchg motors 7/30 South microwave 100.( Apt, still 102.under Good warranty kids clothes. $200, I I ....

74 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL for sale. Lots more, 10 til 3. 7/23 Itpd : : :4IWI .....HOMES
FRI.it SAT., washer ? dryer, almost new. Alvarez Court Frame.2 BR. 1 BA 20.000
Like Interior
,
new everything
power .
$800 7823506. 7/23 Itpd Clothes and misc. items, 508 E. Walnut lake Butler 4 BR. 2 BA.90 years+ 26,000
Washington. 7/23 I Itchg Rd 100 across New River Bridge, MH-3.33 ocresadfoining 47,500
1986 F-150 4x4, automatic air, ,
ps (Hwy. 301 S.) 3.66 acres no residence $ 12,000
AM FM 302 fuel infected, new radial
mud grips. chrome rims, 19,000 miles HOMESFOR Starke, FL Edwards Loop 3 BR 2 BA, one acre 62,000
10500. Call 19042596110. 7/23 lawtey-Large historic home".9 acres, furnished MH 55,000

1980 CHEVY CITATION 9644464. 7/23 SALE Wayne E. Douglas. MSA Orange and Pratt 2/1 frame $25,000
Itchg Brooker 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oaks Sub., extra lot 44,000
Designated AppraiserS ,
'74 FORD MUSTANG, very good condition 2 BR, I BA with 2-car garage. Perfect for Meng Dairy Rd. 2.25 acres 3/1 CB CH/A 40,000

New air condition $1500, retired couple. Easy walking distanceto Homes/ / Laura St. 3/1 CB':fenced yard walking distance 35.500
964.4338. 7/23 tchg new shopping center. $29,999. Call Lots / Acreage WaterfrontS Crosby Lake and canal' -MH-corner lot 42,000

1983 CUTLASS CALAIS, excellent condition 9645606. 4/30 tfn Farms S Commercial Crosby Lake Canal 2 BR I BA.CH/A,from. $ 41,000

looks like new, $5100. Call alter 6 PRICE REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE 3 BR, 2 Kingsley' Lake Village 2 BR. 1 BA. Frame, 5 lots 29,500
SPACE PLACE CB Home on 3 Acre,2BR.2BA,Extra Large
p.m. 7823500.723 2tchg 7/30 BA, brick veneer home with fireplace ......ACREAGE....
'84 BUICK REGAL. 6 cyl., 2 dr., pw pb, and garage, on 5 acres. Beautiful Living-Dining Room,Family Room,Breakfast Room,Kitchen w/Snack Rd. 100 East- 1.37ocres $ 7,000

ac am/fm stereo cassette, 964.7545. home. United Realty of Starke. Bar lOSlh Ave. Lawtey 2 'A acres cleared $ 8.000

/ 23 41chg 8/13 964.8447 or evenings 473.3627. NOW BIKINI LIVING ,3BR.2BA.CWA,Family Room w/Flrcplace. Hampton 438 acres. This property has everything $438,000

1985 FORD PU TRUCK, 4 w.d.. 300.6 cyl.. 59500. 7/2 tfnchg Large Screened Porch w/BBQ Grill,Swimming Pool and Guest Cottage lawley-5acr..l05thAv.. $ 13,000

4 speed, ac pb, ps, am/fm cassette, FOR SALE BY OWNER. 3 BR, 2 BA homeon on 4 Lots,Lake Access. Rd 100 E- 12 acres plus fish pond 26,000
low extra nice. $7500. Also I 1'/ work small
mileage acre large shop Club 49,000
Flume Rd. 9acres joins Country
ANOTHER NUTTY STORY 3BR IDA CH/A.Maintenance Free
,
LS 1 loaded
1986 Mercury cougar owner, animal barn pole barn and more. 45,000
Assume payments 964.8979.7/23 Reasonably priced. 9645036. 7/2 4tpd Exterior CB Wash House w/Room for Freezer,Workshop Pecan Tree, Rd.Rd. 16 16E W-9 and ocres.Crawford wells, 3..ptictank.- 7 acres $ 13,000
I Itchg $47.000 Fruit Trees,Grape Arbor,on 3 Lots.
$ 15,000
1976 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL for sale. Two, 2 BR apartments. Very nice brick BUY AND COMPLETE 2-Story Cedar 5BR 3BA.Large Living Room, Oklawaha River-3 beautiful acre $ 18,850
ocr..c1red
Call after 6 p.m. 964.6666. 7/23 Itpd fenced, fans, modern. Gent buy by Room Recreation Room Front and Back Porches 7.6 Acres. Graham-/
owner 964.8811, 7/23 Itpd dining ,on Primitive Baptist Church Rd. 20.16 acres: 3 wells,
_._. e ONE ACRE Brick 4BR 2BA.CH/A Living Room w/Flreplace.Large septic tanks poles,owner finance- $50000
Kitchen with plenty of cabinets,Utility Room Garage In a Quiet Or will split each $27.000
451 21 AC MOBILE HOME PARK, 57 | fin. $ 82.332
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MATHEWS REALTY Neighborhood.ROOM Brownlee Rd. 36.43 acres-owner

., home, commercial building 441 W. Madison TO ROAM CB Home w2,200 sq ft,3BR,2BA CH/A,Central Bayless' Hwy 50 ocr...frame home A egg farm $250000
here! .
your Investment ...SAMPSON LAKE...
I. .. :. I Stereo and Intercom,Range and Dishwasher. 4.49 Acres.
20 At ZONED MOBILE HOME Starke. Fl 32091 Lakefront tots > Lake access lots-
,inside city limits, city utilities 964-4469 IN THE COUNTRY -3BR.2BA,CB Home, 1,737 sq ft CH/A, Range Prices range from $ 9,000to

also 2 br. furnished home. < Refrl & Dishwasher on Large Lot with Nice Laws and Shrubbery.

427 4 BR.. 2 BA brick home on 5 I I IBN1S GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD CB Home,3BR. 11/2 DA, $21,000

acres. new barn check this. outl) On- FmHA Llving' -Dining-Kitchen, Combo Central Heat,on nice lot. ......LOTSKingsley .....

i ly $75,900. rratrag OWNER FINANCING Old Fashioned Frame 4BR.2BA CH/A.New Country Club Estates-Slots ((5 7,500S

*452..60 AC. FARM, 2.story home, | REALTOR SI.'I"CI' Paint,New Carpet, IBR/1BA Apartment w/Separale Entrance on S .... ( 8,500
posture, ponds, stalls and morel I If ($ 9,500
. Plus. LAWTEY I2S| 2 BR, 1 BA, 15 acres Acres. / Lake Village-2 lots $
Privacy '
f FOR RENT. Waterfront home, furnish. plus extra septic tank, $60,000. DOUBLEWIDE W/SPLIT FLOOR PLAN Like New,3BR 2BA.Great Crosby Lake lot 22 -Make Offer 1- testlxt S /I,000 Id tHVO

ed Also Commercial space fronting -BROOKER 76 acres -'A wooded, Room w/Flreplace Cathedral Ceiling, R.nlle.Dd Dish washer,CH/A, Washington and Cherry 2 lots $' fooo'

US 301 '/, pasture, creek, only $1500 per Workshop,on 2.7 Acres. Winding Tree Lake-Lot 246. Florida Frontier $ 15,000

acre. BACHELOR HOME Cypress, 1BR, IDA,Large Uwing-Dining Area, .....COMMERCIAL....
t IIIlarnlne Champion Broker -W. PRATT ST.i 3/1, CH/A, stove, CH/A. Utility. Room, on 1 Acre. 301 N- 1.5 acre MH hook-up. 2 buildings 240'on 301 $ 37,000
refrlg, microwave oven ceiling 301 N-by Econo lodge 165.01'on 301 $120,000
REALTY LEMON OF A HOME-BUT PEACH OF A DEAL-Story Frame 3BR
t fan Reduced children walk to school. 2Ba.Large Llsing-Dining Area,Well & Septic 25000. 301 approximately ISO x opprox.220' $125.000
to 35500.
19toktsr 301 N Dairy Queen Building $ 93000
KINGSLEY LAKE M/H PARK Approximately SINGLEWIDE ON 2 1/2 ACRES 2BR, 1BA,Well & Septic,21000. 301 S- 193 301 frontage $ 85000

i9 0648031or 153' waterfront with SELECTED PROPERTIES 301 andWa.hingtonSt.262.5.105' $ 91,500
1 owners home. 301 S 270" 2 $150000
LAWTEY 2 Lou Inside City Limits. on 3O1gpprox. acres
LAKE BUTLER Reduced for .
quick
473-3O06 .TEN ACRES: Bradford County. 13th Street N.E..Pecan Grove. After Hours.
sale. 3 BR 2 BA, CHSA. large lot 964-323
, LOT ON LAKE GENEVA 100x790 ft.,on the.at..1) Pauline Randolph
838 N. Temple only 38000. Appraised at 46000. 496-221
, Star. 105.2 ACRES Northeast Alachua County.Priced to selL John LongfordMeater AppraiserAnn
-.-.-. Terwlllegar.. Nelson 473-7541
10ACRES in South Clay County Agriculturee.,$17,900. *. 475-2597
Rend Co
.20 ACRES-NW Bradford County Residentialagricultural.LAKE .

LOTS Crosby A Sampson Lakes,Owner Financing. .

.4.55 ACRES &2.16 ACRES:Near Graham,zoned for MIL

.CITY LOTS On HWY 16 W,2 blocks from 301. .

.CITY BLOCKS FOR SALE Nonhc.it Section. &
Durrance Pump SupplyU.S.
HWY 301 SOUTH-Two separate..neb.: Good business location.

HWY 301 SOUTH S acres near Earleton Beach:210 ft on highway. 301 North 864 N. Temple Ave.. Starke I

.COMM BLDG. IN CITY -Approx. 15,000 sq. ft. floor space. "Pumps *Plumbing *Well Drilling, -4. .

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MacClean Water Conditioners
OR THINGS RELATED '
ACCELERATED For Sale or Rent 964-7061 ,,., .
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*COUNTRY LIVING in this almost new 3/2 CB home on 2 at.., brick fireplace.
Susan M. Faulkner GRIP CRB PRESIDENT *MH AND 1-f- ACRES Private, but only 10 minutes from Starke. 3/2

L r doublewid' with large open country porch on 19 acre of sheer privacy.

ERA FAULKNER REALTY INC *3/l FRAME. 1,400 sq. ft; 2/2 MH like new. All on \:lt acres. $46.0OO.
*MOBILE HOME WITH ADDITIONS built on plus many extras South of Starkeon

Located Hwy. 301 2 Blks S. SR.100 2.5 acre S32.5OO with owner financing.
*A SPECIAL BUY 2 BR 1 BA central BRA on major highway. Plenty of
221 W. Lafayette Street 964-4522 storage in basement. Inovativ financing. Priced to sell 26500.

STARKB. FL *JUST Off SOUTH Ml Mobile horn. 3 BR. I BA. on 1.4 acres.

< e r *CRYSTAL LAKE AREA Need lots of space? Over 2,000 sq. ft. In this better

n than new brick ham. 3 BR. 2 BA. CHA on 2 'lots $110.000
964-5069
*LAWTEY AREA 3/2CB. CH&A, opprox. 1.500 sq. ft. on I acre. $53,900.

*LAKE LOTS LAND BUILDING LOTS *

REALTOR REALTOR r :rr : : 11 ACRES : On SR 16 A Morgan Rd. Seller motivated.

1 *2 LOTS CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES $8.800 for both
ASSOCIATES EVENINGS
*KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE 2 lots for 5500.

1 LOT ON BROOKLYN LAKE COVE. Beautiful beach: $30,000.
Irene l_ Faulkner- 964-5142
Lake.
LAKE LOTS on Sampson
e Lucille Spry 964-8420 *SAMPSON CITY AREA Deer Hunting Is good on this 13 acre Heavy

e 964-7331 timber. Close to Sampson Lok., 32000. Owner financing.
Bobby
Biggs *COUNTRY CLUB Building lot from 56500. Sam with owner financing.
*THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL BUY*
*COMMERCIAL*
Drastically reduced waterfront lot. Deerfoot Trail. Now 15000.
I *MOBILE HOME PARK SITE. 8 acre* Market Road w/lngre on US 301, City

water E sewer available Stark.
EDWARDS ROAD Commercial Building, needs repair. HOMES IN STARKE *LAKE BUTLER 1.3OO sq. ft. building on 104 x 2OB lot Plenty of parking.

THERESSA AREA 3 acres partly wooded with creek, Immaculate BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOMI on 2 are "/2. CHftA. cen. vac.. $89.900. In city *tuRN KEY OPERATION Boat manufacturing popular Stumpknockerand

2 BR, 1 BA C/B. Nice fireplace. limits. Additional acreage available. Griffcraft fishing boots. Owner assistance.

LAWTEY New 3 BR, 1 '/ BA on '/ acre, owner financing. LEAS W/OPTION TO BUY Exceptional Brick Home In absolutely the. best *ON HWY. 801 Apartment complex, full occupancy call, for details.

N.W. 29TH AVENUE 24 acres cleared wooded.Has location. 3 BR. 2 BA.over 1,600 sq. ft. living area,double garage. CHI A, 120 x *24Ofl SQ. FT. Spanking new warehouse! 3 Large overhead roll-up doors.
part part
300' lot city water & sewer. 70500. *INVESTORS Pinesong S/D. Paved road through property. Owner fin.

large stocked fish pond. *IN THE BEST AREA On Bessent Rood, lovely 3 Bedroom 3 both separate *US Ml -Vacant land available. Assorted sizes A acreage. Call for Info.

DEERWOOD SUBDIVISION 3 BR, 2 BA brick veneer, large lot. dining room double garage, many amenities.. On 5 are with 38 bearing *OUT OF STAIKE*

APPROXIMATELY 1V! miles past hospital, 1.21 acres has wellS pecan trees. See to appreciate. *LAKE BUTLER Price reduced to 30000. Owner need to sell home. Will

septic. *FOR THE GOLFER Country Club over 1% acres, 3/2. All brick sunken living sacrifice to buy forger ham In the. country. Hurry. -

*APPROXIMATELY 35 wooded acres, nice building site. room fireplace, ceiling to floor windows many extras. Price REDUCED *WEEKEND RETREAT 75 ft. on Hart Lake w/3 BR MH. CH4A. Close to In-
DRASTICALLY. Was $84.900 Now $79,900.
CHURCH ST. Over 1,400 ft, nice 'lot CHSA. teriachen. 530.000.HSTORK .
on
sq. .
DEER Immaculate
RUN MH. Concrete
living In this 32 ft. pod security BEAUTY 2 story 3/2 CH/A craftsmanship unavailable today.
BEAUTIFUL 2 story home with barn on nice acreage. lights stocked lake. Ideal for retired. Only' 15500. $59.600.

*2 LOTS IN TOWN PRICED TO SELL. *IMMACULATE 4/2 IN STARK CHCA. 2 car carport. 100 X 100 lot. $53.0OO. *WALDO Price reduced to $28,000, convenient to everything 2/1.

HAMPTON Fenced 5 acres with large frame home.If *EXCEPTIONAL 3 BR. ov.r 1300 sq. ft. $28.000. *REDUCED $1.000 FOR QUICK SALE-RAIFORO AREA Brick 3/2 on over 1

You Don't See What You're Looking For *SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3 BR. 1
HANDY MAN SPECIAL Brick .home, opprox. ISO x 200 lot. $20.000. dishwasher. ....... ground pool. Too many extra to mention. Only $65,000.
'In Our Ad Call Us
AnywayWe *FRAME HOMI on N. Church St. Immaculate. Only' 28600.
Have Many Other Properties Available!' PRICI REDUCED 3/1 CB! CHSA In Starke. Owner financed. 36000. *HAMPTON LAKE*

*2 STORY CONTEMPORARY Immaculate an 75 ft. lake front, $108.000.

*HOMES IN THE COUNTRY* *BRICK HOMI many extras. 79 ft. of white sandy beach.: Only $87,000. .

I Commercial' ft Residential Rentals' Available I $47.000.*OWNER SAYS GET OFFER on this doublewi e. 10 acres of good land We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties

*FOR RENT 3 bedroom.I bath.In Stark$350 per monlh.I'agr .
*2 MOBILE HOMES on 2.9 acres. Forsyth Rood.

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NOTICE FOR SALE
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THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK MUSICALNSTRUMENTSt As low as HOUSE FOR RENT New 3/2 home for CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted FOR SALE Clark Foam Graphite SurfBoard
WANT TO STOP'THAT'S Mobile Recreational Homes vehicles and spaces for rent. $14.99 per month. Call 964-6946. tfn rent $425 per month. 475.2598. 2tpd to the Lake Region Monitor office $70. Hydroslide $50, exercise
OURS welcome. Phone NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. 7/9.7/16 In writing and paid In advance bike $60. Savin 840 copier $100.
Alcoholic Anonymous 964-7498 9/16 tin Measures 24x36". 25 cents each Great WHITE SAND LAKE 38R AC fireplace, unless credit I I. already establishedwith 4751083 2tchg 7/16.7/23
64-4l50-ta4-Mlt NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 B". 2 for and screened house, $200 deposit .
patching repairs. TELEGRAPH ramp this office.MONITOR HUGE AERATOR AND PUMP new
pd thru 1/15 BA apt For more Information call Lake 135 W. Call St. 964.6305. $395 per month 249.7884. 4tpd STAFF CANNOT BE HELD $1500 will take $400 or best offer:
CHAIN LINK FENCE InitaH.d. Fr.. Butler Apts. 496-3141 Equal Opportunity BLUEBERRIES U-PICK 50 cents a pound. 7/2.7/23 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Yamaha 12' string guitar, new $400.
estimates. Handy-Man F.nc. Co. Housing 6/7 tfnchg 1 mile west of lawtey. CR 225. Call CHARMING LAKESIDE COTTAGE 3 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER will sell for first $150; huge rain lamp
Owner Tommy Reddish 964.8559 fin ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel $8 782-3344 or 7823942. tfnce rooms, bath and walk-In closet. $250 THE TELEPHONE. excellent condition $75, table and
HANDYMAN carpentry painting elec- p.r night. From $35 p.r week. Discount WASHING MACHINE electric dryer, per mo. .73-7"13. 4tchg 7/9-7/30 Classified deadline Is 11:00 a.m. priorto choirs, first $40. 473.1152. Itchg 7/23
trlcol, complete horn offered for longer term. Apply In per MOBILE HOME FOR RENT Melrase .
repair refrigerator and stove, $75 to $100 area Thursday publication. PIANO FOR SALE wanted responsible
Reasonable rates Licensed contractor son. Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across each, 9645139. 7/9 2tpd 7/23 2BR furnished with porch, $185 and Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50. party to assume small monthly
RB0049306 Call Mitch 473.3940. l/9tfn from Post Office. TF PIANO FOR SALE Wonted: Responsible deposit. 1-684.6634. Itpd 7/16-7/30 then 15 cents for each word thereafter. payments on piano See locally Call
SEWING MACHINE REPAIR All makes APARTMENTS FOR RENT, Newly party to assume small monthly MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 2BR, 1 BA, on credit manager at 1.800.447.4266. 2tpd
cleaned oiled and adjusted $15. Used decorated, everything furnished Laundry payments on piano. See locally. Call I% acre $260 per mo. Call after 6 p.m. 7/23.7/30.
sewing machines for sale James facilities Included. Video room credit manager 18004474266. 7/16, 475.5664. 2tchg 7/16-7/23 HUFFY BIKE $25. 4734553 Itpd 7/23
PERSONAL SERVICES
Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy available. Will accept one child no 2tpd 7/23 MAKE SUMMER RESERVATIONS NOW 1 YORKSHIRE BOAR five mo. old 200
16 Slarke. 964.8733. 3/19 tfn pets Palms Apts, 2313 N. TempleAve TEN METAL HOSPITAL BEDS with nightstands on Lake Geneva. Efficiency starting at lb. $100. .73.7.61. Itchg 7/23
JIMMY'S LAWN SERVICE 10 years sere ? Starke 32091. 5/1 TF no mattresses, $100 each $150 weekly. Monthly or seasonal dis PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile
vice. Call for free estimates 964.4621 PINE FOREST APTS. 2 A 3 BR opts now 496-2323 ext. 238. J.J. Marsh. 7/16 counts. Special rates for year round. homes, pools, decks, sidewalks Free
OR 964.6842. After 6 p.m.9 chgtfn avail. Call 9-5, Mon. thru Fri. 964.6312. 2tchg 723WHIRLPOOL Lake Geneva Rentals 473.2919. 4tchg estimates Call Rob 4733590. 3/5 YARD SALES
ATTENTION LOCAL ARTISTS/CRAFT PER- 1/8 tfnchg SELF CLEANING OVEN like 7/16.8/6 tfnchg
SONS. Are Interested In 2 BR MH FURNISHED quiet FOR RENT 3BR. DW. Clay County, no
you selling new, $250 call 964.5733. 7/16 4tchg LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. GIANT YARD SALE collectlbles .
through our shop. Shop opening soon. neighborhood Hwy 16, 'V mil.from city 8/6 pets, will consider selling 1.659.2269. Call The Lawn Barber. 473.3590. Free Antiques, .
furniture linen, clothes brie
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Call 782 3187 468 1323. 2/12 tfn 2tchg 716723ON
after
6pm. for Infomo.lion. 12FT. JOHN BOAT with trailer and 5% Estimates 3/5 tfnchg brae
A misc. Sat 25 9
7/2 Stchg 7/30 FOR RENT SOUTHERN VILLAS APARTMENTS hp Johnson Motor t accessories, BEAUTIFUL SILVER LAKE 1BR cottage A/C SERVICE refrigeration attic Insula July a.m.-4 p.m.
Corner of Palmetto A Oriole
LAWN SERVICE for residential and com- 1 4 2 BR units, Call 964.7295. 431-1696 after 5. 7/23 2tchg 7/30 AC, furnished$275 per mo. tion. All mokes reasonable rates house from two story
merclal. Reasonable '01... Free between 9 a.m. S 11:30: a.m. Mon., TENOR YAMAHA TROMBONE mid- 904-246-4160 or 473-2440. 4tchg 475.2812 Steven. 4tchg 7/9-7/30 gray 7/23 across library Itchg
estimates 9644238 7/16 tfnchg T........ Thurs.. & Fri. Equal Opportunity range. Brand new condition. New 7/23.8/13 HAVE BROOM WILL TRAVEL reasonablerates. YARD SALE 460 SW
LAWN SERVICES most lawns Hou.lng.23 tfnchg $300. FOR RENT SINGLE PERSON ONLY small Nightingale. two
$20. Free case, 964-7450 7/23 3tpd 7/30 Excellent results guaranteed waterbeds, desk crib
estimates. 964..238. 7/16 tfnchg 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED MOBILI HOME. TAKE OVER I ACRES. No down.$49 monthly cottage by Lake Winnott $125 per mo. Call Deb at 473.1152. Itchg 7/23 table clothes swing children, chang
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EVA'S MAID Close to prison 225. Call 1-737-6256 or 475.2807. 7/23 ing (baby
on Hwy 1tchg
SERVICE homes or offices. Great hunting fishing area. No PERSONAL HOUSE CLEANING new construction adult much .
), Sat. 9
more July 25 a m
Will give free estimates, 964.8795. 468-1323 6/4 tfnchg restrictions. Owner financing, TRAILER PAD FOR RENT by lake Win. also Insured A bonded. For until ?. 473.7556. Itpd 7/23
7/23 Itpd ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS for $50 I.813.433.5498. 7/23 Itpd nott. $65 per mo. 1.737,6256 or more Information 473-4298 4tchg .
YARD SALE Fri. A Sat.. July 24 25. 94.
GPN OR CNA CAPABLE dependableand per wtek Includes all utilities. No SET OF Z-28 STOCK MAG WHEELS caps 475 2807. Itchg 7/23 7123.8/13 bedroom suite, kitchen stove. wind
reasonable. cal! 964.6053. 7/23 deposits. 964-5139. 7/2 4tpd 7/23 and lug nuts, also nose bra for 85 Z-28. CLEAN MOBILE HOME 2 bedroom 1 / $40 FREE MERCHANDISE for having aparty. surfer old chairs, drapes and misc.
2 BR BLOCK HOME nice and attractive Call after 5pm. 964-8693. 7/23 Itchg bath central heat 8 air In Clay County Start Christmas shopping early Items, corner 21 and Jasmine Itpd
Central air and heat 608 N. Water St., I9BI SUZUKI GS 1000 L FULL DRESS 2 HP close to Keystone $245, 473.2566. 7/16 For information call .73..298. 4tchg 7/23
HELP WANTED Call 964.4570 or 473.4762. 7/9 4tchg rototiller 4 pc. bedroom suite 2tchg 7/23 7123.8/13

7/30 w/queen bed, misc. camper supplies,
EFFICIENCY ROOMS quiet clean no four 5 hole Chevy wheels, HELP nuiwfe IMPROVEMENT, repairs, additions MISCELLANEOUSPACK
LICENSED RN NEEDED at Whispering roaches, air carpet, low rent. We pay washer/dryer. 964.8417. 7/23 Itpd WANTEDCARPET or complete building. 30 years
Pines Care Center 3.11 charge nurse all utilities 964.5687. 7/9 4tchg 7/30 15.B CU. FT. Avocado refrigerator, no experience serving Bradford and Clay
full.time. PRN LPN needed EOE. ft VINYL INSTALLER's HELPER RAT Buy sell and trade collectible !
2 BEDROOM TRAILER at Lost Valley Cam frost 2 door$150, 6 miles south on 301, Counties 473 4018. 5/28 tfn
Phone 9646220. Experienced need only pground 9645760. 7/23 Itpd next to Tom Trucks, 468-1147. 7/23 needed Experience needed, but not FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging? items and antiques Used furniture,
to apply 2/12 tfn KEYSTONE HEIGHTS HOME FOR RENT 3 Itchg required Part-time for now.< Call House out of level?? LaRue Leveling glassware. jewelry and much more
EXCELLENT INCOME for part time home BR, 2 BA, garage, screen porch PLANT SAlEi 25 to variety" of I gallon 473.7933. 4tpd 7/9.7/30 service for all your foundation repairs Come see for yourself One mile east
assembly work. For Info. call PROFESSIONAL MANICURIST full or .73.7721. 7/9 tfnchg of Keystone Heights on Highway 100.
fireplace. wall to wall carpet, equip. shrub plants, $1.25. Industrial complexof .
50".641-8003.1.9579.7/2 4tpd 7/23 ped kitchen. 2.5 acres many extras. Raiford 431-1998 or ..31.1552.7123 part-time, experienced licensed MIDDLE AGED LADY would like housecleaning 473 2183. 3/5 tfnchg
RN/LPN/MED. TECH. Perform mobile $450 month, 4733966 7/16 Stchg 7/30 Itchg manicurist for established beauty by the day or hour. Starke or MACARTHURS BLUE BERRY FARM Call
health checks in Starke salon. May apply In at early or late 1.659.2..08. Rt. 100 to
area Good 2 BEDROOM TRAILER partially furnishedon -- person Keystone Keystone area. References furnishtd
pay flexible hours. Venlpuncture experience private lot in Lawtey. Sorry no HAY ALICIA New hay $25. old hay Beauty Salon Nightingale Street phone 964.7983. 71231tpd 315C at Grandin. follow signs We still
required 1.396.5880. 7/16 children. Call 782.3344. tfnce $10. Delivery available 7 miles west of Keystone Heights or call 473.4865 or have them so come and get 'em 2tchg
2tpd 7123SECURITY EFFICIENCY APT. $100 deposit $80 weekor Starke. on Road 16, Jimmy Gaskins, 475-1226 Adress written applicationsto 7/16.7/23
OFFICERS needed Immediately $210 monthly. Utilities & furniture 964 8356. 6/4tfnchg P.O. Box 1420. Keystone Heights, HOMESKEYSTONE
for Maxvllle location. Top pay and furnished. Call after 3:30, Connie ALICIA HAY Fresh cut, $25 a roll. All Fl.. 32656. Stchg 7/16-7/30 REAL ESTATES
benefits All uniforms furnished 964-5186. 7/23 2tchg 7/30 hay under barn. 7 miles from Starke on PROFESSIONAL HAIR STYLIST full or CLUB ESTATES well maintained
Please call 355.5600 for further Information 3 BR HOUSE IN STARKE. located In nice Hwy.. 16 toward prison 964.6167 or port time, experienced, licensed hairstylist 4BR 2BA much more. Asking ACRES with well and septic tank Oak
7/16 3tchg 7/30 neighborhood No pets, $300 month 782 3727. 64tfnTRENciTpROVINCIAL for established beauty salon. 62.500 $32.530 FHA. 11.5% Forest area $17.500 neg 473.1152.
EXPERIENCED DENTAL ASSISTANT. Apply security deposit required. 782.3209. BEDROOM ENSEMBLE May apply in person at Keystone/ Beauty assumable 20000. Cash down Itchg 7123MOBILE
In person with resume at 459 W. Call 7/23 ItchgHOUSES king-size bed. triple dresser t Salon Nightingale Street, Keystone balance second mortgage, by owner
St. Mon Fri. 7/16 2tchg 7/23 FOR RENT, $250 thru $350 chest two night stands $500. Including Heights or call 4734865 or 475-1226 negotiable 473-3969. Itchg 7/23
BABYSITTER NEEDED Need mature, 964.5377 offer 5:30. 7/23 2tchg 7/30 mattress, box springs, tapestry bedspread Address written applications to P.O. HOMES FOR SALE
dependable person for care of 8 yearold RENTALS AVAILABLE, $150 per month $600. Early American lamp Box 1420, Keystone Heights. Florida
male Monday Friday alter school and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner, Broker table and lamp, coffee table, deacon. 32656. 3tchg 7/16-7/30. BOATSBOAT 14 X 70 MOBILE HOME 2BR. IB A,
hours until 5:30 or all day when schoolis Owner at 964.5069 or 964-4048 TF bench $300. Sturdy pool tobjsj with cues BABYSITTER NEEDED in my Melrose fireplace, partially furnished on good-
out. Send work history referencesand C IL C MINI STORAGE Hwy. 301 South and balls $75. Call 964.6385 evenings.ltchrg723 home two days per week from 2 p.m.- AND TRAILER 17', good condition sized lot, central air $24.000. 473.2077
salary requirements to: ChildCare 964.8848. 6/11 tfnchg 7 p.m. References required $3.50 per 115 Evlnrude. engine needs work. until 5 p.m. or 473.7919 after 6 p.m.
32091. 7/16 3tchg 7/30 at 964.5516. 6/25 tfn BABYSITTER NEEDED for two school age 7/23 SALE OR RENT priced right. 14
CARPENTER WITH OWN TOOLS and 3 BR MOBILE HOME In country. Now take children. Mornings only for school wide. 2BR. 1BA CA on corner lot
transportation needed to work Orange ing applications. $185 per month plus MOBILE HOMES year 473-7392. 4tchg 7123.B/13 473 2730. 4tchg 7/16-8/6
WATKINS NEEDS DEALERS Famous for CARS FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER 14
Park and Jacksonville vicinity $150 deposit. Call 964.5734. 7/2 tin
782.3661 between 7.9 p.m. 7/23 Itchg I BR APARTMENT, furnished, clean, FOR SALE spices, extracts and home remedies wide, 3BR IBA on corner lot near
BOOKKEEPER part.time, 30 hrs. per quiet adults only 964.4296, Houck High profits. Call collect 904.659-2150, 194 FORD RANGER 4 speed w/topper, town flexible on terms 473-2730 4fchg
Rt. 1 Box 1772 Melrose, Fl. 32666. good condition new tires $4700. 7/16.8/6
week for lumber A hardware company. Apartments 7/16 2tchg 7/23 NEW < USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy .
.
Reply to P.O. Box 364 lake Geneva FOR RENT OR SALE. Doublewide trailer Wells at A8W Mobile Homes, 964.6407or MASTER DEGREE'THERAPIST, Experiencewith 473 2077 until S p.m. or 473 7919 afttr
FL 32660. 7/23 tfnchg6MNBi1KL on Sampson Lake. Call Brenda 964-6408 8/14 tfnrw children adolescent and Family 6 p.m. 2tchg 7/16-7/30 PETS
LOOKING or work. 964.8765 before 2 p.m. or leave :24 X 60 DOUUEWlDf. all' ei'up in Olin's' .Mental'Health' tand-Orug-Counseling/ ::' J7 VOLVO STATION WAGON 2..5 DL,
ing hard Maybe you haven learnedthe message on recorder, 7/23 Itpd Subdivision Ready to move Into. Group Counseling Experience a Plus new radials. Good, tough. dependablecar FREE PUPPIES TO GOOD HOME motherIs
key to success yet Call 964.8830, 1 BR APARTMENT for rent. 403 N. $13.800. Financing available. Coll Salary $18,000 plus fringe benefits' am-fm A AC $1800. 473-4702 full blooded Golden Retriever
exciting people. 7/232tpd 7/30 Walnut 964.5276. No pets, apply In 9645606.6/11 tfnchg Send resume to Bradford Union after 5 p.m. Itpd 7/23 Phone .73.3756 or .73.2210.
CASHIER/CLERK. Apply in person at Edwards person 7/23 Itpd 2 DOUBLEWIDI REPO, Financing Guidance Clinic PO Box 399, Starke. 74 GREMLIN use for parts. Coll FREE KITTENS 475.1379 or 475-1001
Grocery Rood 100 East between OFFICE FOR RENT Professional office available Call 1.272.0625 collect. tin Florida 32091. August 5, 1987 4734298 Itchg 7/23 Itchg 7/23

Keystone and Starke 7/23 Itpd space available on Highway 301. 2 USED DOUBLEWIDES, Low payments.Low _Deadline. E.O.E. 7/23 Itchg
REGISTERED VOTERS NEEDED to conduct Formerly used as doctors suite. Call down payment. Call 1-272.0650
telephone surveys during evenings and 964.8272. 7/23 2tchg 7/30 collect tfn :
weekends from home. Call Sherry for TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 3 BR. 2 BA. 14 x HELP WANTED New Hors eWMows
more Information. 1.800.325-1337, you REAL ESTATE 70 $500 down. $190 month Uncle : e Room MItIoM ....IID.
will hear a tone then dial 879. 7/23 Roy s, Ocala 1.351.85..7/9 4tchg 7/3O EXPERTWICEOfsl : / I e C....... New Roof.SJIII -
Itpd FOR SALE ASSUME PAYMENTS We will help you [ Western Steer Steak I e C. EMck oe .e Pool EndoMine:
FEDERAL. STATE CIVIL SERVICE JOBS. qualify. Several to choose from. Uncle House l! ALL OF YOUR J 5COM Wad >Ie Vtoyl Stabs
$16.707 to $59.148/Year, Now Hiring! OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and Roys, Ocala. 1-331-8514. 7/9 4tchg is now accepting] --
Call JOB LINE 1-5184593611 Ext. dry wooded lots. Mobile home, cabin 7/30 ( applications for waiters| BUILDING: NEEDS Call Today!
F-3377 for Info 24 hrs 7/23 3lpd 8/6 camping O.K. Hunting and fishing DON'T TAKE NO FOR AN ANSWER. Call
waitresses and hot bar 964-6766
EXPERIENCED SAFETY STITCH and single 5.450 w/$150 dn., $63.71 monthly the experts at financing. Uncle Roy'., )
needle operators Paid holidays, paid ((904)) 236-4579 days ((904)) 6222438 Ocala 1-351.B51. 7/9 4tchg 7/30 {attendants. r
vacation Hourly rote of pay according eves 2/12 tfnVACATION HOMES OF MERIT 4 BR. 3 BA deluxe,
to ability. Apply In person. Ask for Mil- 10.9% financing $259 month, Uncle HOMES WI I

tie Vogue. Inc. 710 S. Water St.. RESORTS OR Roy s Ocala 351-1814.7/9 4tchg 7/30 964-8061 I Of NORTH tJ
Starke. Fl 32091. 7/23 Itchg HOMES OF MERIT 3 BR. 2 BA Great ;II'' CMSEB.cJiAMfclfo COMMEYI t-
MASTER DEGREE THERAPIST Experiencewith RENTALSNORTH Room. 109% financing. $229 month.
children adolescent and Family Uncle Roy's Ocala 351-1814. 7/9

Mental Health and Drug Counseling CAROLINA VACATION CABIN.US 4tchg 7/30 a L .
Group Counseling Experience a Plus 441 between Sylva Cherokee NC. UNCLE ROV'Ss Shop and compare.
Salary $18.000 plus fringe benefits, Near fishing rafting hiking Blue Skyline, Fleetwood Redman Peach Elixson Wood Products Inc. t
Send resume to Bradford Union Ridge Parkway mining. 2 BR cabins State, Liberty Homes of Merit. We ,
Guidance Clinic PO Box 399. Starke. furnished. Sunset Farms Rd. Cabins, Rt. have it all. Uncle Ray s Ocala.
Florida 32091 August 5. 1987 1 Box 216-C. Whittier NC 28789. Ph. 13511814. 4tchg 7/30 Tr into be Cypress Mulch and Pine BarkYou i
Deadline. E.O.E. 7/23 Itchg 704.497.2200. 7/2 Stchg 7/30 14 X 60 TIDEWELl mobile home. 2 BR. 1
301 QUICK STOP accepting applicationsfor COTTAGES Fully furnished. Dally bath cathedral ceilings, garden tub
full time cashiers. Apply In person weekly monthly rates. Also mobile central air and heat. Includes stove, Pick-up or We Deliver i
2 V miles South on 301 7/23 2tpd 7/30 home pork spaces for rent, and homes refrigerator and ceiling fan. Take overpayments
TRAINEE WANTED TO WORK in pressroom for sale. MT. VIEW RESORT U.S. 64E. low equity. Call after 5 p.m. I We Also Have .
of Printing Company. Florida Highlands Rd., Franklin, N.C. ((704) 964..020.7/16 3tchg 730CAMPERS
Crown Printing 646 US 301 South. _524.4605. 6/11 tfnchgCOMMERCIAL Sari al y ui elmrpar: hms.Trsin Red Heart Cypress Lumber t
289-9103.7/23 2tchg 7/30
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POSITION AVAILBLE Sewing Floor PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE
9646649Dodge's
study and rs.ldent training.Fleandal .
Supervisor Paid holiday paid vacation TRAVEL TRAILERS
sad snallable.Job
Rate of commensurate with
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placement ililancis.National -
ability. Must be dependable. Experience .. .. ,, ,
1979 2T self .
TAURUS. contained large beadquar4r.,Lighthouse Point,FL ,
Send resume to '
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necessary h. 301 South nextto "
FOR LEASE 1.000 sq refrigerator, AC. heater antenna, rear .
Box 791 Starke, Florida 32091.0791. United Realty 964-8848, 964.8447, bedroom sleeps 10. $4500. '964.5318. A.C.T. 'ravel School Land '
EXPERIENCED LEGAL SECRETARY neededby or eves 473.3627. 4/16 tfnchg 7/2 4tchg 7/23 ACCREDITED MEMBER N.H.SC. Clearing ServiceUHBHv.
busy law office. Bookkeeping and GULF STATION FOR LEASE. 1101 N. Temple t! :1/ 1 _
word processor experience helpful. Inquiries Ave. Call or write Jeff Shannon. 1
kept confidential. Call San Jose Place '27. Jacksonville, FL ... ,For the COMPLETE Job'

964.8272. 7/23 2tchg 7/30 ___ 32217, phone 904.262-4119 for appoint "
ment. 7/23 2tpd 7/30. CiCTION : Lj

NOTICECLASSIFIED BUSHOGGING e .
DISKING DOZER WORK SEEDING

LOSTFOUNDLOST SURPLUS STATE VEHICLES 11 CLAY e LEVELING FILL DIRT DRIVE-WAYS & ROADS 11
ADVERTISING should be submitted
to the Bradford County 2 black and tan female coonhounds Including Equipment from: Dept. of Transportation Dept. of Highway 11 SITE PREPARATION LOTS ACREAGE CLEARED.

Telegraph office In writing and paid In lotto right ear M.E.R.. Reward. Safely and Motor Vehicle* (flIP). Came and Freshwater Fish Comm.. SEPTIC TANK PAD. 625117,30Steve
advance unless credit is already Contact Marvin Rosier, 782.3655. 7/16 -
Dept. of Natural Resource and other State Agencies Dodge 7:691
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5:00: P.M. Special Classified display

placement Is NOT Guaranteed. OPPORTUNITIESOWN INSPECTION: 9-AM: to 4PM 24 Cycle Repair a Parts Accessories
classified ads Is FridayDay
Minimum charge for 8AM to lOAM
15 words for $3.50, then 15 cents for YOUR OWN APPAREL Oft SHOE US 301 N. Starka I
each w..,.04 ....._ft..._ STORES choose from: Jean/sportswear

PERSONALS ladles apparel mess, childrenmaternity TERMS: Cash, sNe--J w eengsny cbodt MUST tees a11. MT 90-16 MAXON
large sizes, petite nmM bank how ef- .puranMin" amount ef........ I I
dancewear/oerofalc bridal. lingerie. or A Deposit of S300. far etch or, gallon _...... .om er Befit. eurk mot be mail at time of $49.50 Full Face Helmets i
ALONE" Call BRINGING PEOPLE accessaries store. Add color analysis. ..... For ether ........... e XJ, oak dapoilt II..IIM. balaaee dM .by ):PM. July 27.
TOGETHER I Storke's most respected Brands: Lie Claiborne, Gasoline 17 or eapoila will be farMtad.ITEMS. Bungle Nets $39.95Snell OPEN TUES-SAT.
Ins Lee Camp Beverly :
All Healthtex. Levl.
service sine 1977. ages
eluding dating senior citizens Hill, St. Michele Chaus Outback Red, TO BE SOLD $3.99 ea. 1SYRS. EXPERIENCE I

1.800648.01.2 tfnBOATS Genesis. Ferenia Organically Grown 30 car 15 pick-up 25 Ram Charger e 5 van a dump Approved
over 2000 others. Or $13.99 One Price Full Face Helmets BATTERIES
+ track cab A duuti Platform track motor grader a ateel

family Designer shoe Multi-tier.to,.prklna.. Retail discount prices or wheel rollers lift track e 5 tractor batwing mower! boat Bungle Cords $34.00 12N12A4A1 12N143A

unbelievable for quality shoes normally D.H. Motor .99* ea. $26.95 $29.95
priced from $19 To $80. Over 250 pLUS MUCH MUCH MORE!!! ..
"71 UFT. COBIA BOAT. IIS HP ,."...'Oft L"d.iATM'
Call' 533-3451 brands 2600 styles. $14.BOO to 26.900: Foam Grips Flat ShMda OH Fitters
Johnson. Only $1400, training fixtures, grand For Info, CALL: Mike or Tom Garner
Inventory
JET after BOAT 6 p.m.. 18 7/16 ft. Boorum line 460 c.l. Ford opening. airfare, etc. Can open 15 FIRST COAST AUCTION (904) 354-2333 $2.95 rs.t x-50 s$1.95 TuneUpsJul.VtJ

engine, drive-on trailer. All excellent days. Mr. Keenan (305) 3668606. Itpd OK TOLL FREE IN FL 1.800.8418781)

condition. $5.000 782.3660. 7/23 Kim 7/23







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I Our Peorile in Service Union County.

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Gina
Lane PromotedTo
His wu<, April,is toe daughter ef : akPtlasisaRENe Australia! and
First Lieutenant retired Marine Corps Cant.Wendall II -

Gina R. Lane, daughter of Ted J. and Carolyn Chastaia off Gainesville. A IMS gradaaie:: ell Vest Mesa HELP WANTED MOBILE HOMES MOBILE HP/WE
and Judy Lane of Starke has been The airman is a 19B2 graduate ef ll i Sdboal, AOtatrymrfx, NM
promoted in the U.S.Air Force to the Bradford High School. Robertson jawed tide Navy in FOR SALE ACREAGEREADY
rank of first lieutenant. UIIIL MS FOOD STOM-tt In Lake Butler it

Lane is a weapons director with Glenn Taylor Reports Manager now accepting Petition. Experience application a muit.for 12'* 65' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom, 1 FOR HOOK UP |lust needs mobile
the 964th Airborne Warning and Con- To Jacksonville NAS Bwcwcfl Completes Company benefits.Salary bated on..- 1/2 bath central heat and air. Mutt home. 3 months FREE rent $65/month
trol Squadron at Tinker Air Force Navy Petty Officer :3rd Class Remit Training pereinc plus bonut. Send Return* or ... to appreciate. 6000. Call 496-3501. 7/16-2tpd-7/23
Base, Oklahoma, Glenn. E. Taylor, a resident of Navy Senna Recrat Robert L. apply at US office, 2200 E. Duvol 4960071. tfn/chg. 3/19 1 ACRE SHADED LOT with hook-up
She is a 1985 graduate of Angelo BccnrilL son of Lazx!SOL Haakersonof Street, lake City Fl. 32053. tfn/chg. NEED MORE ROOM 24x70 doublewlde ready for mobile home. Near WS $65
Slate, University San Angelo, TX. Melrose. recently reported far duty Starke has cnofiteeed recruit AMA DEMONSTRATORS needed. for mobile home, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, per month. Call 496-2185 after 5:30
with Christmas Around the World family room. For family that want'lots p.m. weekday 7/23-tfn
Naval Air Reserve Naval AIr tranug at RecnaC Ttemmg CamDrig home par-
Brunetti Station,Jacksonville.A --.S.0Irpa. ty. Plan' from now tit December. Free of ipoce. Financing con be arranged If
ParticipatesIn hit, n.eded. price Include*delivery and let FOR SALE
no
collecting
or delivering.Call Jan
1974 graduate at JxironvrlWe! the gtttek framing -
Global Shield 87' ey Chrlttie coll.ct up.Only 15500. Call for appointment.
Senior at 7524447.
High School Jacksoovillle. rte Bocwell slodied general 4960071. 6/18
Airman 1st Class Clifford P. NC. Taylor joined the imai'ies military sabjjeets designed to EXCELLENT INCOME for short phon. W5 KIMBERLY 26' x 44'Three bedroom. WANTEDi RESPONSIBLE PARTY to
Brunetti has participated in the in May 1975.Robertson. prepare ban tar father academic nwttaget at home. For Info call 2 bath with fireplace partly fornlth- assume small monthly paymenti on
Strategic Air Command's annual and----...traonag n one of the HOUSEKEEPING 304-649-7922 Ext. 8401A 2tpd 7/9-7/23 ed walk-In closet with 12' x 20' porch piano. See locally! Call credit manager
readiness training exercise "Global Serving Navy's SB bane fDeUb. time available AIDE Immedlat. part. 21/2 ton air conditioner electric pole, ...... -.. 7/16-3tpd-7/30
petition and
Saturday
Shield?. In Western Pacific Bosvell's studies indadedsnmaffiliitktlvastitrderdrall Sunday. klrting. 17500. Call 4962555.anytime. REFRIGERATOR WASHER AND UPRIGHT
Selected Air Force Reserve and ,Naval MondayTuetdoyWednetdaymamingt. 6/25 4tchg. 7/16 FREEZER 496-2090 16-2tchrg-7/13
Guard units joined with SAC units Navy Fireman James E. Robertson Contact personnel Lak. REDUCED CHAMPION BOXER one champion breedboxer
tmstoty and lint au L Personnel who Butler and Hand FOR IMMEDIATE SALEdoublld.
worldwide in the extensive exercise son of Martha J. Crews off Hospital Surgery pup. White with brown patch
mobile home.
compUele bus come of natraction: Center 850 E.Main Street. Lake 496-2754 or
Butler
designed to enhance readiness and Starke recently departed for a s z- .96-2..34.7/9.'pd.7/30 around .y. Hat had shots, $75. Call
a eJhgnmel rUi eeteu '* FL.32054. 4962323.
EOE
college ltchrg-7/16
month
support U.S. national policy. deployment to toe Western erafct CUmCAl LIKE NEW MOBILE HOME un'unl.hed.c.ntral anytime after 5:30 p.m. 4962351.
n PUDrncal E&xatson and apply at Twin-Top Parts
Brunetti is the son of Michael J. Pacific aboard the amphibians ....2134.7/16-2tchrg-7/23 heat and air, dishwasher, and 7/23-tfn
and Claire F. Brunetti of Hampton.He assault ship USS Tripoli. extra Iniulated. Nothing down |uttassume UTILITY TRAILER 4x6 foot long body
A
19K
is a security specialists with homeported in San Diego. SdD gradaale off Bradford High MASTER DEGREE THERAPIST. Experlenc.with mortgage. On lot ready for oc good thape, good tire., $125. Call
During the deployment Robertson BoiaseBthe Marine children, adoletcent and Family- cupancy. Call 496-3206 alter 6 p.m. tfn 496-3318 after 5 p.m. 7/23-1tpd
the 90th Police at
Squadron
Security Corps r April l5 :$. Mental Health and 1978 NOVA 2-DOOllau'o. rant., radio
Francis E. Warren Air Force Base, may visit such ports as Sub c Bay Drug Coun..llng.Group PEACEFUL AND SECLUDED 2 bd-1 bth
Republic of the Philippines; Puna. Counseling Experience a Plot. mobile home on 5 acre. Bring the AC/heat good condition. Needs
Wyo. Salary $18.000 plus fringe benefit animal, completely 'lenced. Branch of rebuilt engine. $350 phone 496-1345
Send return to Bradford Union Olustee Creek on rear of property In after 5 p.m. 723ItpdREPAIRSSALES
Guidance Clinic PO Box 399 Starke. Union County. $38,900 Hometown
Florida 32091 August 5, 1987 Agency Inc., Realtor 755-4220 or Janeat
; Deodllna. E.O.E. 7/23 Itchg 4963279. ltchrg-7/16

Il-O.MJ} $250 DOWN MAKES YOU OWNER ANTENNA TOWERS and
K'i; ] { FOR RENT Balance like rent owner financed. Tryus. alto satellite service repair Call Don Wilker-sales

Call 376-0260. ltpd-7/16 too at 496-2282 for free .."mot..
CD'S CHECK US OUT Clean rental 'x60 REPO-REAL CLEAN split 2 bdrm
1.1/2 bath. Central air/heat cable TV COMMERCIAL
The names of the five great lakes can remembered d....__gill.... tofttwi .I 'R I 1'1: hornet tailored to your pay tchedule.: available. 4963501. 7/16-2tpd-7/23 PROPERTY
device: H-O-M-E-S. Huron Ontario.Michigan. Erie and Superior.. PINES SRI21 just south of SR100 Intake RENTLEASEOFFICE
Butler.. Call 4962366.:: tfn/chg.
5/21 NOTICE
Opening Late August OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
located In Union County Timet Buildingat Located In Union County Times
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub-
150 West Main. Call "496-2261 for building. Call for information
Forest Park Apartm t8 mar. information tfn milted to the Union County Time office 496-2261. tfn.
CUANEST In writing and paid In advance
HOMES IN TOWN! Nicely furnithed. -
Attractive 1 &2 BR/1 B Apts., range :.; all electric central heat and unless' this credit office.I I. already establishedwith HOMES
air, rood,
privatepaved laundry and
refrigerator cent heat & air. The medcanoL. THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
carpet '
park playground. Near schools: hotp.. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U
patio and laundry. Rents from 180. .. add ares.d S3SJMML tote Butler focilitiet.Call PINES SR-121 east take CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER repair). Delinquent tax property.Repott .
496-2366. Two childrenmax.
$220. min. 775 NE 1st St. Lake Butler { .. and no pen. chg/tfn 5/21 Classified THE TELEPHONE.deadline I I. TUESDAY Ext. GH*->1136.tlont.for Call current(805J687-60OO( repo) list 7/2,
CLEAN HOUSE 2 BEDROOM 1 bath with
For Information/application: Y trove and refrigerator. $220 NOON prior to Thursday publication. LAKE BUTLER, Reduced for quick tale. 3
Tropical Property Management, inc. GAGNONReBuilders month. First and lot month' rent p.r in Minimum charge I I.15 words for$3.50, BR. 2 BA. CHSA.Large lot. only$41.500
advance. th.n 15 cents for each word thereafter S38.00O. Mathews Realty 9644469.
1021 NW40th Dr. Gainesville. Fl 32605 Call 496-2995 or 4962071. 2/5tfn

((904)372-8327) E.H.O. TWO 7/9-4fpd-7/30 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME IN CITY REAL ESTATE
INSURANCEMAINES
BulIIcIoz.-Work Unfurnithed, central air and heat
dl.h-'>.... Law monthly electric billt.
NOW OPEN CuiJrwents. ImtialTedl! : Ready for immediate occupancy. R.nt LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO. INSURANCE AGENCY, 25 E.
Fill Dui S lop Soil | with option to bu.,. Call 4%-3206 after PERTY If I don't have it. I'll find it-Just Main Street. Lake Butler 4963978.
6 p.m. tfn ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. Complete Insurance Service. 4/10 tin
Pet Teach Your Pet
JJo our -
964-5414 TWO MH IN COUNTRY 1.1 bdrm 1.2 496-2126 or 496-2903. eve. "YOUR
I raining & Evaluation If No Answer bdrm clean, air conditioned near WS. UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn
No children.
4963130. ltpd-7/23
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: All Breeds 964-8O1O BORM APARTMENT IN LB hat range, no I fOR RENT
refrigerator, hook-up for washer and
1200Sq.Ft. Bldg.
dryer,$150 per month plus$100 tecuri- PINES
.Obedience Advanced> ObedienceProtection ty. Contact 4963738.7/23-ltchrg Ideal for Repair Shop
'Guard Doe QUALITY: LIVING
$200 monthAt
Attack Dogs per
S. 121 lak.Sutler
BREED"SELLROTTWEILERS LOt1E THE / J t Rear of
-1 496-23
(906))

A'f.> ": ': J fdt4FtT LiFE." e 1. 3 A ..*>........ Hom.s Mosley Tire Co.

iJ.-! '" .. '.. CALL: 984-8411 Near Hospital Schools end On US 301 South
ftf.fc',: ..:I MOlWEDFRI6:30IIiorrMLouAnn State Fecllllle.Prefer.na
See
Lynn jitLynn's
GIn to Long TermRentalt p
Body oT
Consult Office. Unit 23

Azalea & Blueberry Farm lb.Saar o'dock aeat.r roots its ram* because of the fact that Its flower* MM.TV .14'.......xexls.rws.ac or call McDougaJJ
Located off 100 South toward Keystone lake right on ape. Ia1e w t3ir ataeoon and doe in tt>* morning. ,' __e4Irt.w.
..... ,..-_ 1904786.8989
24th follow
Avenue, signs or

Call 964-7109 & We will assist you T..... thru Sat. 1O-5OO David Lawson Paint & Body Shop ------ i


Our Berry Season Ends Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates __..bFOR SALE

& A Thank You to All Our- Customers, Cflt 229 NW 21th St. 964.6133 ire374.14q Fill Dirt Top Soil -\.


Put Your Handcrafted ItemIn Large or Small Loads of Limerock

Our Consignment Shop Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer
"All Nature Sings of Jesus" HOME 485-1556

I' - ID FAIRFIELD ROOFING CO. 964.6182.964.5823.964.6095
AU.TY'ESOF ROOFING

Free EstivpaH**-All Calf Returned Within 24 Mrs. ]
Public Notice
LKIM5ED INSURED S BONDEDBLUEBERRIES WHOLE HOUSE SPECIAL '

9 Rooms for the price of 4 Living BRS

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED EDM

Timberfack Reposesslon: "Quality Woric Low.Low Prices $ /19S
(Any Room & Hall) . . . . I ** Scatchgard Available
La... __ Senior Citizen Discount NoMileageCharqe. Free Advice

1983 450 Timberfack Grapple Skidder :.;: UickOr .___ Call 9644997UO ._..
FkkkrgSwaTifblw's. Picked _.lt. Oijcfc t..ow.....In local phone fceolie .,_._

Serial No. 452658 Farr-4W-2.4 Home 475-1 151 473-2702 FLORIDA CARP CLEANING & DYE Oljuib.1 COOT :

And Open Man-Sot 8-6-Closed Sunday -

loriefoii,Florida' Miles East of US 301
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equipment available to highest bidder through fMIi: J .'v"" "" ( <::;f:, private sale on or after July 23.1987. If ,',H<'.; ( 'Sa1" 'own" ;::","I'x ;
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cohering the state.

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Houses Federal Housing l-,_ ; TllelnidfoniCountyTelegraphroO. ,

.Drawer.Starke.Fl 32091
Administration 964-4174 -

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Some require no down payment

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Monthly payments often less than 700 Bradford Court in Starke

24 Reconditioned Models to Choose From
your rent COMING SOON -

I All singlewide Repos .$300. DOWNAll
Most are in excellent condition One and Two Bedroom Apartments

i I Doublewide Repos .$500. DOWN
Some are handyman specialsIF Available
I I Payments as low as $136.per month
-were __crr.6.ws.r

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