Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 13, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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BCT Staff Writer Classifications
Bradford County commissionersmet
Wednesday,Augusts,to pass an
ordinance pertaining to assessing Changed AgainA
households, commercial and In- .
dustrial firms, and all other entities committee, appointed by
r which create solid waste. Commission Chairman Lawrence
But more changes in collection Mosley, met in a workshop Monday
categories resulted in a delay. A August 10, to further consider
i't/ :'td Sept. 8 public hearing is now set for classifications in the solid
.. adoption of the proposed law. A Sept. waste ordinance.
./ 14 hearing is set on the assessmentfee. The five classifications outlined
( r c + to county attorney Reggie
In a prior meeting,commissioners Flynn in the August 5 meetingwere
instructed County Attorney Reggie reduced to three, with the
I' yj' ; Flynn to prepare an ordinance, based first two remaining intact
: 5W fi on guidelines that had been Classifications for commercial,
4 discussed and worked on for several industrial and Institutional were
months. telescoped into a single class,
1 t tf Attorney Flynn presented the proposed with subclasses for assessments solidwaste
ordinance Aug. 5, but ran into depending on the amount of
difficulty almost immediately,when generated.
CPA Pat Farnsworth questioned Solid waste will be measuredby
classifications as written in the pro- the cubic yard, under the
posal. Commissioners then In- newest proposal. Entities
4 structed attorney Flynn to rewrite generating less than five cubic
that section of the ordinance, retain- yards per week will pay a yet
ing the present five classifications, undecided amount The next
and adding necessary sub- category Is for entitles generting
classifications to provide for between five and ten cubic yards
'$ assessments relative to the amountof per week, which will all pay the
solid waste generated. Attorney same amount; The final, and the
Flynn suggested adding up to 15 entity which will pay the highest
classifications, but that suggestiondid amount, are those which
not meet the approval of the generate more than ten cubic
commissioners yards per week. Those entities
will be assessed the same
The Ordinance... amount,although there may be a
"The purpose of the ordinance is wide disparity in the amount of
to establish fundingb special .solid waste generated.
New BBS Majorettes Hold Clinic for Youngsters... assessment for solid waste disposal
of all of
for the health and welfare
Holding clinic.recently for young twlrl.r.are BUS majorettes: Front Fill Amanda Crawford: Stephanie Clemmons. Tonya Anderson Mlsti Crawford, Emily the citizens of Bradford County." !will bedifficult for anyone livingr
row U-r)- Sheila Stewart, Angy McChesney. captain Rosalyn Taylor, Hartley Dana WUklson. 'Michelle Jones, Kem f Illy- aw, With that statement, the ordinance operating business in the countyto
Beth McKinney Back row- Renee Hewett, Allison Archey, Noy Srtvlbul, Carrie Tanner.. describes the various categories escape the assessment. Churches,

Aimee Ferguson. the BUS band Is at summer band camp In Camp Blanding, and provides for the identification of (See Waste..P.3A)
clinic 3 b. Some of the youngsters taking This week within the county.
The majorettes held the Aug. for the upcoming football season. taxpayers
twirling and dance lessons were Hope Archey, April McKinney, Morgan doing two a day drills preparation


CWoatA c/Yoting $7.3 Million Budget Set for Starke, Taxes Rolled Back I

will bring $61,000 Into city coffers. While the council examined
Kick-Off Luncheon... A proposed tentative budget of Schaefer"stymied in hunt for The council passed a motion, 4-0, revenue projections, and certain expenditures -
although estimated accept the rolled back rate of2.W9 such as salaries and insurance -
Reservations for the joint revenues$7,361,500 are $144,776 less than hidden funds but clerk says for 1988. it did not go down the list,
Business/School Partnering Luncheon estimated expenditures, was approved item by item, looking for places to
set for Monday, Aug. 17, may 4-0 last Thursday night, Aug. Cagey Clerk Mum... cut.
be made by calling the Chamber of 6. there aren't any.of Commissioner Charles Schaefer Under the proposed budget,
Commerce,9645278.Representatives Mayor Vernon Silcox set the first Clerk Tucker at length in salaries of city employees will be increased -
of all businesses, public hearing for Thursday, Sept. items that various departmentheads Clerk Tucker advised the council questioned attempt to find hidden reserves, by five percent, a cost to
industries, and professions in the 10, with final adoption set for Tues- wanted, but admitted they that current property tax levy is an but Tucker would not admit any the city$80,000.. Councilmen, who
area are urged to attend at 11:30: day, Sept. 15. Cities are last on the could live without. The "wish list/' 2.737 mills, with the rolled back amounts set aside, or proposed were budgeted for an increase last
a.m. in the BUS cafeteria. list to hold public hearings on their as named by Clerk Tucker, is not included millage at 2.449, based on $61,397,000 expenditures other than any those shown year, but never received it, are
budgets, after county commissions in the budget, and would add of taxable values in the city for 1988. under departmental subdivisions.again budgeted for an increase,

Kingsley Civic Center..,., and school boards. more than $300.000,consideration Taxable values increased approx- In response to one question by from$400 to$500 per month.
and Clerk Tucker, who prepared the council gave little to imately $6.3 million in the city dur- Schaefer, Tucker said, I'U have to he
council anticipates
Important program Tucker told the
covered dish supper is set Satur- proposed budget, said another work the items not included in the budgetby ing 1987, which meant the city get real technical," then went on to increase in health Insurance
Lake session Is needed for the commissionto Clerk Tucker, and moved on to millage had to be rolled back to br- talk for some time, in non-technical an
day, Aug. 29, at the Kingsley premiums, during the coming -
Civic Center. balance the proposed spending studying the proposal. ing in the same amount of tax terms, and in the end, revealed little I
Voter registration will be bill. dollars as in 1986. In 1988, one mill of substance. year.
Clerk Tucker submitted a listing Millage Rolled Back...
available from 6 to 7:30: p.m. Com-
missioner James Jett will discussthe e

proposed October in one-cent Clay 6 referendum County.sales tax on increase the Paris Not a City Resident, Can't Run, Judge Fagan' Rules I

t ie. election process, he'd rule im
for the city to Judge
Meals for Seniors... The evidence docs not show know that saddens you, but Fagan said he'd prefer to retire and mediately. Judge Fagan said for at-
chief hours deliberating. torney Brown, has a reputation

Bradford and older residents may be 60 eligible years of to Michael would-be Howard police Paris is a is the law as I see it, Judge But spend, Fagan several said, in the Interest of studying he cases comes and to court.being prepared I

age receive a meal at no cost from the of Starke, Circuit Judge Osee serving the people of Starke in the before

Suwannee River Economic Council ruled Aug.6, Immediately told Paris.

Starke.(SREC) at 134 E.nutritionally South Street a didate 2V4 U not hour Paris a hearing.resident is ineligible of Starke to chief's job in two years,when June.remember exactly, but sometime in Paris to Run in 2 Years,

balanced SREC serves meal Monday a through police chief, Judge Fagan next term expires. in the Brown asked,have you moved Into
Friday, except holidays. For more declaratory of Starke.judgement The city has elections.been the residence at 394 Weldon periodically Street?, Bowen Wants Issue to Fadeby
information, call 9647894. the City Road Yes, Paris answered,
requires a candidate for city 49, lives on Forsyth things are finished in the
Set. to be a city resident. Judge the city but has been as Paris said he
Blood Drive .. Weldon remodeling process. Joe Gissy
house at 394
ruling did not address the a the home in February.
community-wide blood drive Is month rule before inside Starke. At issue was purchased Best said BCT Staff Writer when asked
A residency Policewoman Cathy Police Chief Jimmy Bowen said, "I'm happy
set here August 24-25 by the Civitan for city office. Paris had actually she'd ridden by 394 Weldon at least Starke decision which assures him of another term In office without op-
in the city, about
Regional Blood Center of Though Paris registered to a residence once a day after a break-In was
,Gainesville. using a city address Judge whether he could run reported there, and had observed no poIIltion. Court Judge Osee Fagan ruled Thursday that Michael Paris
There Is a current blood shortage said, he had never moved the city charter. sign that someone was living in the Circuit requirements and so Is not eligible to run for
court he meet residency
and Bowen,who told the does not
the county commission was home on Forsyth Road house. Patrolman Michael Spears,
tout Monday. The community-wide one he Is refurbishing in the believe Paris lives In the Clerk ci- who entered the house to Investigate election In said Starke.the court house does not have records to show that Paris
drive is set to make up the shortage matter what his plans might a complaint with City the reported burglary said It did not Bowen house on Weldon Street which he claims is his residence. "He
and the center a supply of who in turn, requested to him. owns in he lives In the
give lived-in the truth several times saying
;; BSriaddens appear
Circuit Paris)
know you in ( misrepresented
donating once a 'I judgement who said she
blood. Anybody Stephens
Clarice .
Com- Is the law as I see it, Judge and Ci said said
year through the Chamber doesn't sleep well at night tbe court decision dOM more than declare Paris Inelllgible.
merce account here is eligible for told Paris. Starke"I Attorney Terry Brown described herself as a "nosy certifies that Starke's residency law is valid,and needs to
his also
based "It
calling a Bowen.
blood without charge, should the Judge Fagan the city's case neighbor," said nobody lives in the "
Florida Paris enforced.
donor need it; donating twice a famous 1857 witnesses Including house. Paris "took a swing or two at be
Smith vs Crome, at length three
entire fami- case, be questioned
makes a person's the Disappointed....
year ship was lost at sea when a two Starke police of saldMrs.Stephens.ARerJuly Paris
ly eligible. Carolina man was a utilities official, a building fying, "moved some boards "I was very disappointed with the ruling," said would-be police chief J
home in clerk. :24, Paris Michael Howard Paris, who quoted from a letter be received
establish a tor Land.the city candidate
Upcoming... day. element of
his around one of State which said, "The. key
Florida Department
man never gave up acted as his own attorney. backed up his from the
The Bradford School Board Is North Carolina and never Clerk Nell Tucker testified Jerry Stephens he'd seen no residency Is the Intent of toe individual.
set to meet in regular session at 7 ed a residence in Florida waa turned on at the wife's story,anybody saying living in the "I was surprised by the court," Paris said. He had paid Ms water and in-

p.m.ministration Monday building Aug. 17 on, In N.the TempleAve. ad- Intention, Judge Fagan said. for Street service address was made July July V. evidence house before of or after Elizabeth July :24. Net-._ slated gas deposits few in days the later.afternoon Although after the qualifying house be claims and his to telephone own does was not appear -.

'MeriTnfention to acquire Another neighbor, In the closets,"he said"and there
., across from Bradford High. : day qualifying ended.Tucker next door at 390 to be occupied"there are
-Football and cross country practice domicile without" actual There was no electricity in ties Smith Street,who said lives she saw a young Is no furniture Because we are renovating the housa"Future 1
begins at 9 a.m. Monday. Aug. von nothing, said Judge from April 14,when Paris' Weldon child live at 394 Weldon,
17. JV football practice begins Thus Paris' candidacy moved out until July 27, fut and a Smith said Paris Plana... v"Yes.
Wednesday, Aug. 19. See stories onaporta ed, Police Chief Jimmy said. not Paris. Mrs.electricity three or I plan to run!In the next term" Paris stated. "There will"be no
not have an opponent, and of Elections Neva has borrowed about I'llgive be there. Actually I'm there now. and
An important meeting of the won't be a city election.There said Parts changed hu ad- four times. showed pictures of question The two years me time to lay a better foundation to run
Commission is set at 7 p.m. a question If Paris can registration rolls Chief Bowen "
County on the voter sides of the 394 Weldon on, he said.
Monday Aug. 24, to discuss the quaWYtni fee. dty,June 8, and said Mrs. the different he took them "IltiNcity doesn't refund qualifying fee they will beineaut"saidParis.
engineering report on alternative Paris. who worked as a changed her registration to Street house It appeared saying to him no one Hell waiting for the council to meet next Tuesday,Auc.la.when
waste disposal for 13 North Florida policeman In 1985 and 1986 because they can authorize the repayment.
counties. sergeant the Waldo Marls on the stand At- lived there. commended the city Chief Bowen told this reporter that be had refused to talkJto any other
The Bradford County Zoning Ta a doea not Brown asked, when did 394 Judge Fagan qilckry' for declaratory newspapers or reporters and that be would prefer' that the Issue Just
Board la set to meet at 7 p.m. Tues-l i JudgesaFagan' rullni. Street become yOUI' ad- for and said that la a proper quietly fade away. .
In the Stark city appeal said be didn't relief,
day t.1lll. Aug. 25, says he Intends to run for the ? Parish sighed,

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. Series of Meetings Set on Alternatives Solid Waste Disposal.

A series o(meetings... determine study and to urge them to attend A series of Task Force and Policy person, business, house, school "And we throw away what we quires miWoDa of dollars tt is
August through December committee meetings crucial to Advisory Committee meetings is set church hospital, city, county, and could recover and reuse, through almost Impossible for any one can
the kind regional solid waste determining the methods and cost of over the next five months to come up state Shannon told Bradford conrmtssjoners recycling or energy recover y. ty to finance a comprehensive olid
disposal system M beat for the disposing of solid was to.SKpnnpti with final recommendations. { during his Monday visit. Pollution from improperly sited waste program. A sallied
cooperating 13 north Florida counties. urged the commissioners. During August the preliminary Shannon spoke to the board at and operated landfills does not stop cooperative approach can yield attention
.Including Bradford. especially to attend a 7 p.m. August solid waste management alternative length. at county liner affects everybody from legislators, MtattiUhappropriate
24 meeting In Lake City at the Col will be unveiled by Camp. Shannon pointed out. Thus, regional funding levels and
The engineering firm. Camp. umbia County courthouse during Dresser and McKee (CDM). The Ih the 13-county north Florida solutions to solid waste disposal are allow efficient management and ose
Dresser and 1I.cKee.1Dc.of Tampa which time a list of regional alternatives engineering firm is producing a region for en&fneeringatudy essential. Pooling of funds allows of solid waste resources Shannon
is currently studying alternatives will be presented by the 5-minuto audiovisual program for Is being made, about five proper landfill management,further says.
for disposing of solid waste now beIng engineering firm. The 13 county use by all 13 participating\ counties pounds of solid waste is generated reducing the pollution threat Shan- Eleven of the 13 counties la the
buried in landfills which have a Task Force(TF).of which Bradford to present the alternatives clearly, per person per day. non says. N-Fla region have budgets of SI
propensity to contaminate Commissioner Joe Kiddie is a concisely and filed Less than three percent Is being million or less. Shannon said It
underground water supplies. The member and the 13 county Policy The program, to be recycled. The majority is being Centrally located facilities mean would cost$21 million to close aO the
economics of disposing of solid Advisory Committee (PAC) will released in mid-August will be and the rest Is thernuyards burned easy access. Large-scale recycling landfills in the 13 county region.sad
waste will also nave a Bearing on discuss the alternatives. and approvea available in two formats as a slide or becomes litter. and resource energy recovery another its million UUMHQ per
which system is chosen' especially a show and as a videotape. The slide The U.S. has only about 10 percentof operations have advantages of acre) to develop new..."tfiu..That
in small counties such. Bradford. The list will be reviewed at show Is suited to audiences of 30 or the world's population, yet con financial stability, broader participation makes cooperation ea-... SI..-
Steve Shannon solid waste program another meeting tentatively for more viewers! the videotape Is sumes almost two-thirds of all and greater market non told the Bradford hoard.
coordinator for Alacbua County October 5. Commissioner Joe Rid- geared to smaller groups. materials world-wide.. U.S. citizens strength. "Where are we going .. find
visited the Bradford County Com- dick invited Shannon to have the throw away more than most coun- Cost of cleaning up past mistakesare money like that?"
.ionlaat Malay Aug. 3. to update Oct.5 meeting in the Bradford courthouse. Everybody's Problem... tries have to begin with, Shannon enormous. Shannon told the
the commissioners on the Solid waste_Is generated by every ssid. _board. New facility development re

I New Fire Truck Goes to Hampton, Villas Water Problems Remain .

by Joe Gissy light bar from the unused police car, Water Problems Remain... we can't let up,"said Mayor Padgettto service. A city ordinance is on the incumbent; Dorothy HitzeL Joba
BCT Staff WriterA change the lenses to red,and installit State Representative Chance Irv- a delegation from the Villas. books that will impose a 90 day jail Evans James Mitzel. Frank
newly refurbished fire truck was on the fire truck. ing visited Hampton Villas recently, "They will have to pass a law to put sentence plus a $300 fine for wanton Bryant, and Ida Creighton. Wilma
delivered Monday Aug. 10. to "We will have the beat lights and and observed the turbid water situa- us In jail or we will keep bugging destruction of city property, said McDaniels term expires but has
Hampton from the Bradford County siren in the county." said Davis. A tion there. them, he said. Mayor Padgett. not qualified for re-election. The
Commission, reported Fire Chief siren is built into the light bar. The Department of Housing and One resident of the Villas requested other vacant seat was made by the
Scott Davis. Mayor Elwood Padgett praised Urban Development, HUD) has no that bis swimming pool be Election Set... resignation of Vernon Forsythe.who
"This truck is capable of pumping the Hampton volunteers for their excellent more money for grants this year. filled by the fire tanker or"summer September 8 will be election day in resigned for reasons of health.
foam and can pump 500 gallons of performance at the Sunday The new HUD year starts October 1, will be over"and still no water in his Hampton.Six Mrs.Mary Allen was appointed as
water per minute" said Davis. morning fire at the Bradford Furniture so it Is an opportune time to start an Water will be delivered to him candidates have qualified for clerk for the ejection.
"To get this truck rolling.We have factory. "It was the Hampton application for 1988. for a pool fill-up at the regular rate three seats on the council. Voters
to have some hoses-S sections of U4 boys who dove in to rescue two other The council Instructed Clerk Gor- for water. must choose three from the six, and
inch and 3 sections of 3 inch hose" firemen when a wall collapsed on don Wadsworth to contact grant the three with the most votes will be Budget Hearing..
said Davis."Also the fire council insists them" he said. writer Linda Day to schedule a visit Water Meters... seated. No voting districts or groups The first public hearing on the
that we have a light bar on the There are about 16 men on his to Hampton to enlist her aid in ap- Clerk Wadsworth reports that exist in Hampton. budget is set Thursday September
truck," not Just a dome light. The roster FPllllt-I.but"I. have six or_seven good plying for a grant. locks have been cut off of water Candidates who have qualified for 10, at 7 p.m.. moved! from Sept. a
council agreed for him to take the. we. fc-p ? rv* 4" ald. "We have their attention now, so meters when they were locked out of the cIueUonore.T-1, All."<,the only because of the election

I Solid Waste Disposal

the remainder to be set aside for
(from page 1A) residences such as camp grounds Industrial: This classification waste comparable to towns with a hasn't paid Union County for solid of property for anew land-
schools civic and fraternal which will be assessed on the covers all types of commercial similar number of residents. waste disposal. _
organizations and all other entities number of units available. enterprise not Included in the commercial Lawtey Correctional InstitutionalIs fill.
that generate solid waste will go on Commission chairman Lawrence classification above, and currently hauling solid waste to
the assessment roll. Exceptions up Mosley says there will be no provision will provide for an asessment based the Bradford landfill. Other prisonsIn How Much...
to this point,have been limited to va- for vacancies in multi-unit com on the amount of solid waste the area are utilizing the landfill If the estimate of 7.000 homes and
cant lots, fields pastures plexes. If an owner has 10 apartments generated. It will require two or at Union Correctional Institution in The amount of the assessment 400 commercial firms in the county!
timberlands and cemetaries. the charge will be 10 times more sub-classes, to provide parity Union County, according to Chair continues to be an unknown amount, are realistic the assessment will
Multi-family dwellings and mobile the single resident charge. among taxpayers. man Mosley. but the commission is getting nearerto probably be in the $$70-$80 range for
home parks will be assessed on the Commercial: This classification Public, institutional: This group Attorney Roger Blinn, who a figure. residents to generate that kind of
number of units or sites with no provision includes all retail establishments includes public facilities, schools, represents Union County told the money.
for vacancies. and will require a number of subclasses prisons and similar entities, who Brooker council that the state will Commissioner Joe Riddick, in
Residential. Civic and Church: to provide for equalization of may not be on regular tax rolls. not recognize assessments on prison charge of the solid waste programthis Chairman Mosley set Tuesday
These entities will pay the same assessments based on the amountof Because of size differentials, property,but may negotiate with the year, estimates the amount September 8, for a public hearing
amounts, regardless of the number solid waste generated. The assessments will have to be based on county for use.of the landfill by needed the first year to be $775,000. and to pass the ordinance. He set
in the family or membership count.Residential classification will include many volume. prisons. He also said public housing His calculations are based on an Monday,Sept. 11.as the date tepees
Multi-family: This other non-industrial type business developments are giving Union operating budget of $250,000 for the the resolution, which will establish
category deals with mobile home operations, which may also be subdivided Assess Prisons...? County a problem. HUD (Federal year, one third of the cost of closing the amount of assessment for the
parks apartments and other Prisons generate volumes of solid Housing and Urban Development) the present landfill, or $366,000, and various categories of taxpayers.



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..... 5 Houses Due I Iby
: .--- Replacement in La tey. Grant I
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Buster Rahn tlOR,with two bids for the Job.Esau Water department councUwotnao: grew'In getting water mat.f Installed
BCT Staff Writer Bright was low bidder at 24000. Laura Harris reported lade of pro-_ and_water_ _Itoes pat.down? I
Lawtey council met Monday, W.L. Smith bid$29,389 the
August 3,with few items on its agen Job.Miss on same I ..._ .w-. ..L. .....?r}. ... ... .. -,
da,other than approving five houses Barber requested the council '
for demolition under the CDBC housing approve the higher of the two bids,
grant program. council decided to re-bid the Bradford Riding :
job.The }
Grant Activities... grant has funds enough to
Errol Jones, project administrator rehabilitate three houses, Including Club7t
for the grant,presented the Barber home, Jones said. The
five properties to the council, re Grant projected building and/or H" Ik H-
questing approval to demolish the rebuilding 18 homes,but will be able -
existing dwellings, and build new to do only 17,since there were more InVites you to see the
ones. The council approved the re homes demolished and rebuilt than
quest.The. originally planned,said Jones.
five residents and families The council approved request for Barrel Racing Events
scheduled to receive new homes $122.000 from grant funds by Fred
Minnie Fox Enterprise,administrator of the Saturday, August 15, 7 8 p.m.
Mack, 2 bedroom house,
costing: $22,000.Dorothy U.S. 301 North Fairgrounds
Moultrie, 1 bedroom, Departments...
costing: $21,000..Cora Mayor Robert Suit polled the
Brown, 2 bedroom, costing various departments for items to
22,000. come before the council.
Ulysses King,2 bedroom,costing Streets councilman Buster Bennett -
$22,000. reported no problems In his FREEHOT
Purvis Brown, 3 bedroom, department.
L. iy costing$25,000. Finance councilman Willie Strong
Jones presented a property owned reported finances are"finally In the
by OlUyeous Barber for rehabilita black." : DOGS

Big Promotion.. .

DUV.. -pl.j- travels .. German to receive promotion In the & COKES
n.wa C8anL GED TESTEarn
a.Iont....HMkcnaa.a member.f the card Engnr.Detachment from Will be given away from
camp r'-J-g.was we*f the. personnel that traveled to Baumholder, Itr 7-8 p.m.

1M.Gera....T.While tor"Banal hi Cermmmj Training.lie worked Hankcnon with Is the a Germany eowtrnctton national surveyor In the for your high school diploma by taking the Grand Entry and singingof

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reside:9tuke.! Council Members Vernon Silcox Charles Schaefer.Travis
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I Chief to Present Program Lawrence Mosley. E.U'NookNorman..Joe RWcBck. Maxie
.. Carter Wilbur Waters and the Community State bank of Starfce.
1 1:00) p.m. 6:30: p.m.
The Bradford County Public of tribal customs and traditional
Library pleased to announce that crafts. 3:00 p.m. 8:15 p.m. Twenty five dollar Jackpot Classes sponsored by:Jackson
Chef Uttie Dove Bof ord. the prmcrpal 6:30 p.m. Building Supply.Old Glory Feed Store.Mosley Tire and E.J.
Chief Little Dove will be
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Cherokee and Creek tribes in the panied to Starke by two other high 8:15 p.m. Dowling
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tA TELEGRAPH August 13.187
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Homespun Fun Filled Hours Before :1 V



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Rule of Law Is Not Based .

On Popularity Polls r r rr F
"Obviously the rule of law makes clear that no person Is to be -- .

treated differently than any other because of high office, or good In- :

tentlons..Popularity is in no sense a proper factor for consideration

any more than unpopularity. Train "Excursions" Brightened Life in The Gay 90s.

This was the message brought last justified. But there was also the seemingly -
counsel humble occasionally contrite Was there life before television and the fund-raising events. Most popular along the west side of the track, between
Sunday by independent pro- it the and Madison Streets, where the
hard-rock videos? among these, seems, was "pie Call
Lawrence E Walsh in explaining why fessional soldier who insisted that he social where each young damsel would original depot was located. The wharf had
popularity or good intentions of those in- never acted without approval of his to Today's believe-teenagers might find that hard bring along a homemade pie she had bak- little shops along it.where candy and other
but nevertheless there
volved in the Iran-Contra affair will not, superiors. and, apparently) life was Just,as much was-fun ed with loving care. The delicious pastry goodies were sold This was a popular

and should not, be a factor in deciding There are those who still wonder howa then as now, according to old newspaper was number placed, while on a the rack girl with who an baked identifying it held meeting gathered to place watch where the trains young come and in, and old

whether to bring criminal charges lieutenant colonel in a midlevel White stories. the corresponding number. The young team the latest bits of news from traveling
against them. House assignment could manage to For Instance, in the Sampson City Newsof blades chose their favorite pie and then set salesmen who rode the rails in those days
In his first remarks since the manipulate ambassadors, high ranking the Feb. 9. 1905 Issue of The Telegraph, out to find the girl with the matching and often stopped overnight in Starke at
public it was reported that "J.S. Hilliard gave a number. They then paid for the pie at the the old Commercial Hotel.
in the Defense Department
end of congressional hearings held generals log-rolling and dance last Thursday. Both rate of one cent per pound of the younglady's of-
jointly by House and Senate intelligence and even cabinet officers getting themto were largely attended and the dance was weight. The couple ate the pie Trains also provided excitement by
committees, Judge Walsh clearly refer- do his will. But others see the can-do mucb enjoyed by aU present." together and were partners for the rest of North fering"excursion"Florida and tripe South to nearby Georgia cities, with in

red to the actions of Lt. Col. Oliver Ollie as a throwback to the time when There were two types of log-rolling the evening's fun. reduced prices on tickets. Local organiza-
North who ran the Iran-Contra opera- American patriots "damned the festivities in those days. One took place Picnics were popular at every season of tions would sponsor excursions as a meansof
tions while serving as a National Security torpedos" and went full speed ahead, when a group of neighbors gathered to help the year. Political picnics, Fourth of July raising money for club or church proJects
Council aide. Polls taken after untroubled by opinions of the President, roll fresh-cut logs to a site where a friend, picnics, and Sunday School picnics, usual- The Redmen,a leading secret order
or perhaps a couple of newlyweds were held at Lake.
ly Kingsley here in the 1880s used to promote excur-
media. At
North's emotional testimony before the the Congress or the news any cabin.The other of
erecting new log
a type Some children's like Ring sions to Cedar Key,St.Augustine and Fer-
committee reflected an increase in his rate Oliver North learned how to play log-rolling was more of a competitive Around the Rosie, have games survived throughthe nandina.They would charter the train,and
popularity quotient, with some brief bureaucrats politicians and reportersoff sport, and consisted of rapidly rotating a years, but others have gone the way of all profits from the trip would go into their
display of "Oilie for President" bumper against each other, to the point that log in a lake or stream while trying to remain the bustle and the derby hat. One of the treasury. The ladies each packed a basket

stickers and hurried production of to say no to Oilie was to "chicken out"or Hillard's on party top of was It. more It is the likely former that typeof Mr. old-time games took its name from a chant lunch to be eaten at the destination point..

uniformed "Ollie Dolls" for the appear unpatriotic.Col. log-rolling food that children sang as they joined hands
accompanied by good and formed a circle! : On special Sunday afternoons In the Gay
Christmas trade.Obviously North admitted lying, deceiving, and old-time hoe-down dancing. 90s, the young men who could afford it,
Old sweet beans and barley
the warmth of public reac- and withholding information from those There were also quilting parties, cane grow. would rent a "hug-me-tight" (buggy pull-
did not im- he deemed to have "no need to know", grindings, egg-pippings, corn shuckings, Old sweet beans and barley grow, ed by a horse) and take his lady for a ride.
tion to North's testimony and to fora Those who could not afford such luxury
more together
excuses get
press Judge Walsh who has his own in order to conceal the fact that his bit many of fun and frolic in those unsophisticated Open the ring and choose one in, transportation took their best girls for a

ideas about the "rule of law, which secret network was selling arms to Iranto days before TV,movies,fast And kiss her when you get her in, Sunday afternoon stroll to Alligator Creek

should be based on justicenot aid the Contras. But lack of supervi-- cars and videos. Down on the carpet you must kneel, bridge.

popularity". sion from superiors in the White House But all of the social life was not confinedto Just as the grows in the field. Then, as now, hunting and fishing provided
led him to wheeling and dealing with those work-related shindigs in the rural great sport for those who liked the
To many observers with analytical private business profiteers who soughtto areas. The "town folks" also tripped the Salute your bride and kiss her sweet, outdoor life. In 1909, The Telegraph car-

minds, Oliver North remains an line their pockets with millions of light fantastic with fancy-dress balls,such And then arise upon your feet. ried the following comment: "Bullbat
enigma. No one questioned his zealous as the one described in the March 31 issue shooting is now on with sportsmen.
his evidencedby dollars as arms sale brokers. of an early Starke newspaper called "The A different girl would be placed in the This gullible and benighted bird Is lured to
patriotism nor bravery as East Florida Courier". An entire columnin center of the ring each time, and the game destruction by old felt hats thrown into the
showed himself of
heroic actions in battle. But under North as a man un- its March 31, 1888 issue was devoted to would begin anew until everyone had been air. The bat flies in to investigate what it
the rule of law, these are not the basic questioned talents "who comes" up with describing the elegant costumes worn by given a chance to give and get a kiss. thinks is a strange bug and gets a load of
considerations in determining the something new every day. As one such"gallant and gay gentlemen"as W.E. "Meeting the Trains" was not a game in No. 8 shot for its pains."

rightness or wrongness of means usedto critic put-it, "the difference between a Davis T.A.Knight.Thomas Wall, General those days, but it was a popular pastimefor Entertainment like almost everything
obtain his desired ends. loose. .cannon and a constructive B.H.Jones Wesley Hodges Col. von Kim, those seeking a little excitement in else in those days,was mostly homemade,
employee is supervision." Dr. Chace, Orion Strong, and Mr. their lives. In the early days after the but who's to say it wasn't Just as much fun
When President Reagan fired him Heiberger.Then the
railroad was built through Starke as the more complicated and more expen-
last November, at the same time calling Testimony the hearings indicated there were the church socials and "wharf" (a kind of elevated walk) ran sive amusements of today?
him a "national hero", North's major that what little supervision North may
fault appeared to be an overdose of have had in the beginning rapidly

patriotic zeal. But seven months of in- disintegrated after his friend and ad-

vestigation, and weeks of revealing viser, Robert McFarlane, resigned as Notebook
County Agent's
By Bobby
testimony shredded his credibility National Security Adviser near the end Taylor'Harvest

disclosing a self-admitted pattern of of 1985. There was not a single instance

lies, deceit, and possible obstruction of when Admiral Poindexter who suc- Summer is a popular time for family all ripe or nearly ripe fruits and
justice, leaving his audience wondering ceeded McFarlane at the NSC, vetoed a vacations. And it's easy to forget about Caring For Your Plants vegetables before you go. vegetables, like
just how much' of his testimony to proposal from Col. North no matter your landscape, garden, and house plants While On Vacationtale flowers,will continue to produce if they're
believe. how when preparing for that.vacation. Time harvested often..otllerwlser. they'll go to
reckless. that one's at home. Should
sign no seed. Here's where you definitely
from home be pleasant for ,
away may you
Those who foUowed'th hearings but it can be hazardous, even deadly, to Give garden beds a thorough soaking make arrangements with' a 'neighbor to
closely got a confusing double image of Now it is up to independent counsel plants without careful preparation. A before leaving. This is especially true of harvest and water your garden.For .
the personable Marine officer. There Walsh to determine who, if anyone, little extra time spent preparing your land- recently planted beds where roots are not those plants kept in the house, place
established and will need added
should be indicted criminal firmly them in a room receiving indirect sunlight.
on charges. and house plants for absence
scape your
the and defiant warrior who
was daring will also if
moisture. It mulch
you Direct sunlight will dry the soil out too
needless and hours of
whatever the it save
But outcome is may you worry
still believed that extremism in the around with leaves needles
pur- extra work when you get back. There are plants pine quickly.But you don't want to leave plantsin
suit of what he believed to be PresidentReagan's reassuring to know that the final deci- several things you can do to keep your compost or bark.This would also be a goodtime a darkened room either, as this almost
foreign policy goals was sion will not be based on "popularity". plants healthy while you're away from to give plants a good spraying or always results in leaf drop. The last thing
home. dusting to protect against insects and you should do before you leave the house is
One of the first things you might do to diseases while you're away. If you have thoroughly soak the plants. .
prepare for vacation is ask a neighbor to flowering annuals, cut them just before To help make your vacation more en-
Secretary Firestone Makes GiftOf check on your plants while you're gone. A you leave. If you don't cut them, they'll joyable, prepare your plants J landscape,
I vacation of more than two weeks requires soon stop blooming.You and garden before leaving. If a neighbor
special attention for container grown should also do a thorough Job of can't care for your plants, try the follow-
Office to Jim SmithIn plants. weeding before you leave on vacation. If ing: First place outdoor container plantsin
Make sure you give the person proper in- weeds are allowed to go to seed while a shady area; second, apply a thick
structions on the care of each plant. Dif- you're away, you can expect a much more layer of mulch to conserve moisture;
ferent plants require different care, and a difficult weed problem later in the season. third, cut or harvest fruits, vegetbles, and
resigning his office before expira- once considered "the opposition0 by friend may not know how to care for a par- Those weeds may also give you problems flowers to encourage production; fourth,
tion of the Term for which he was handing it a political plum that will be ticular plant unless you tell him. next year when the seeds sprout. weed your garden; and last, give
elected, Secretary of State George difficult for Democrats to regain.Of In case you can't find someone to personally The elimination of weeds will get rid of just everything a thorough watering just
look after your plants,there's plen- one more competitor for your ornamentalplants' before leaving.
Firestone has let down the voters of
course the job of Secretary of food and water.
ty you can do to make sure you don't come
Florida; his own political party, to State is low-key and perhaps not more home to a limp, frazzled landscape. Out-
which he should be indebted for support than a dozen out of every thousand door, container grown plants should be .
during his successful campaigns for of- voters would know what the incumbentin placed in a shady area to conserve in Bradford !
fice; and the high standards of loyalty that office does to earn his keep. The moisture. Under a shade tree or on the Forestry County
to which each officeholder should north side of a building are usually good .
duties of the have been described as
job locations for your plants to take advantageof
subscribe.If "keeping track of public records, shin- reduced sunlight.A Lightning and Trees By David W.Norton
Secretary Firestone had resigned ing up the Great Seal of Florida thick layer of mulch will also help con- Bradford County Forester

because of matters of health, or other regulating a few professions, filing cor- serve moisture and thus reduce the During the summer months lightningseems areas sometimes it is more expensive to
number of waterings the plants need while
for down to "charge" our attentions. After- remove a lightning struck tree than to
compelling reasons stepping porate documents and making sure you're away. Be sure and mow your lawn noon and late evening thunderstorms can It.Once. protest
from a high office in State government that state candidates file their cam- before leaving for vacation, and mow it a bring violent weather and damage to trees a tree Is struck the
his action might have been justified.But paign fund reports on time. Hardly a job little closer than usual. An unkept lawn that can't "stand their ground" against branches on a hardwood pruning can help to
the fact is that Mr. Firestone gaveno that any reasonably competent ad- can encourage disease,and it's also a tell- lightning. minimize the damage. If it is a pine that is
better reason than that he could ministrator could not perform.But Lightning strikes more often in Florida struck a protective coating of Lindanenow
make more money in another job. That than in any other state. The better we ( not easily purchased) or Dursban
understand its behavior the more we are can prevent the ensuing attack of the bark
lame excuse, it seems to us, was a slap the office of Secretary of State '16'1 Letters able to protect ourselves and our property. beetles. This spraying should be applied
in the face of the 1,670.026 Floridians has an aura of prestige because of Lightning is not attracted to pines as between the ground and 10'up on the stem,
whose votes returned him to office in Florida's unique Cabinet system of much as people think. As a matter of fact, encircling the trunk. This protective
+ the last election, expecting that he governmentsaid to be the only such a long-term study showed that, nationwide coating should be applied once every 4 to 6
,The five species most often struck by weeks until cold weather arrives.
would their confidence and in the U.S.
justify support system An Open LetterTo lightning are oak.elm, pine,tulip tree and Of course, no matter which tree lightning
by at least serving out the term to Whoever Removed poplar, In that order. Location, however, bits a prayer Is always most comfor-
which he was elected. Political observers explain that in all Wreaths from Gravesite plays a more decisive role in determiningwhat ting to !the nature. Once a particular tree is
I the other forty-nine states of the Union, tree will be struck. Favorite lightning hit. usually and that great forester
Not has Firestone demeaned the the legislative and judicial branches of Recently my son-in-law and his parents targets are a single tree, the tallest upstairs decides on the final outcome.BusinessSchool .
only experienced the deepest grief a family can
tree in a group, and the tall tree at the end .
office of Secretary of State he has government are entrusted to maintainthe have when they lost their brother and son, of the row or edge of a grove nearest the --- ----------- ---
somehow seemed to lessen its impor- system of checks and balances on Michael Devin Williamson, in an approaching storm. !
tance and prestige by showing he the executive branch. In Florida, automobile accident.In the midst of their The location of a building near a tree can
handled terrible pain some individual or individuals affect its chances of being hit. When two Partnering Program I
regarded it so lightly that he was willingto however, this job is by the tortured them
clean out his desk turn in the Great Cabinet members who share the powerof even more thoughtlessly by removing wreaths from the from trees a are house of equal and one height.fifteen With feet one away five,feet the Kickoff Luncheon :

Seal of State, of which he was custodian, equal vote with the Governor on abroad gravesite the day after the funeral. I say tree adjacent to the house will be the A Kick-off Luncheon for the I
and head for greener pastures.in range of policy-making issues, thoughtlessly because I would not like to likeliest target because the house plumb Business/School "Partnership for
which may have nothing to do with the learn that anyone would participate in ing and electrical might give that tree a Success" will be held from 11:30: to
the Cabinet prematurelyhe offices to which they were elected. such an act if they knew the pain this caus- better ground. 1:00 p.m. Monday Aug. 17, at the
leaving ed the family. On the other hand, I cannot All lightning strikes to trees do not proveto BUS cafeteria
in fact betrayed the voters of These cabinet officers become more imagine anyone needing flowers this bad- be fatal. The damage to the tree will Representatives of all businesses
Florida by taking away their right to firmly entrenched in office than the, ly. What do you do with these ar- vary depending on the voltage of the and Industries,along with school administrators -
select a successor to the office for a Governor, since he is limited to two rangements? What possible use could you charge the moisture content of the tree, and professional people
period of 15 months. He handed the of- terms and they can remain in office as have to Justify the means by which they and the species of tree. In general pines are urged to join In this effort to
were obtained? Can you enjoy looking at lightning are usually killed promote a closer link between the
silver reelectedeven for life.
to Florida's long
fice on a platter new as hardwoods
them knowing they were stolen from a and are not.This Is mainly due business community and the schools
Republican Governor who promptly fill- cemetery? to the presence of Ips Bark Beetles in our of Bradford County. Reservationsmay
ed the vacancy by appointing his Since the duties of tf..e'Secretary of But mainly, I would like for you to know area. They readily attack and can kill the be made by calling the
sidekick, on-again-off-again party- State are certainly unglamorous and bow this tortured these kind,loving people weakened pines, but they do not attack Chamber of Commerce,964-5276,not
switcher Jim Smith, a recently converted unexciting it is understandable why who were already deeply,deeply grieving. hardwood. Lately, I have had many calls later than Friday.
have become bored This is victimless It of people with this problem. Lightning not The partnership It a Joint effort by
Republican who was already( ser- 'Mr. Firestone may not a act. is causing only can kill the tree It strikes; several the Clarke/Bradford
ving as Martinez's Chief of Staff. land yearn for the more exciting life in extreme pain to those already In pain. other trees may be killed or damaged Chamber of Commerce and the
I"the real world." But be asked for the Think: about losing someone you love, around the struck tree if the roots are in Bradford County School Board
Smith will now become the first job and now, after serving only seven think: about bow much these expressions of contact undergrouiM. Because of the toward enhancing business/educa
to serve in Florida's months of a four-year term he walked love for you and your loved one means to lightning and the attack of beetles pines I tion relationships. One objective of
Republican you at the time and think about someone can die in groups of ten or twenty trees the projram Is to give high school
Cabinet in this century. Since history 'out, turning it over to Governor.Mar stealing these expressions while you are from one lightning strike. I students a greater knowledge and
has proved that, once in office, Incumbent I tinez and his henchman. No wonder so still dealing with the loss. Ask God to As with most things prevention Is men appreciation of buslnessopportunitie -
Cabinet officers remain there, many Florida voters are disillusioned forgive you and please don't ever put effective than a cure. A lightning! rod I In the area in order to help

practically for life, Firestone has i about the effectiveness of their vote another 1 family through this pain. system tree which can will be serve installed to protect on a well-chosen all the surrounding I them make the right decision inselecting

graciously strengthened the party he 'when they go to the polls. Pat Muse Starke trees In a yard. In residential a future career.Page .



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paula McKinney, Matthew Rhoden

Exchange Wedding Vows July 17 SOcial News

...._u h _
7 r i iti iii Starke Church of God was the set- Karen Martin served as maid of
# ting for the ceremony uniting Paula honor.She wore a long satin gown In Weddings Births Club News
Annette McKinney of Starke to Matthew wisteria featuring a queen anne Engagements .
Church News Social Events
Marty Rhoden of Hampton.Rev. neckline, short puffed sleeves, sad- .
Gene Bass officiated and Rev. dle bags draped In front with bows&
Walter Montz administered commu- a fitted bodice. In her hair she worea

nion for the ceremony held at 8 p.m. large flat bow with cascading lillys The bride carried a white lace fan hand cuffs at\the other side. Silver
Friday, July 17. The bride Is the of the valley and satin ribbons at- with lavendar cascading rosebuds bowls held various chocolates and
daughter of Ms. Louise Crawford of tached.The bow was made from the and silk white lace streamers. To nuts. Servers \Were Shana Schmitt
Starke and the late Rev. Laurie same material as the dress.She car- compliment her attire the bride and Denise Waddell
McKinney of Starke. The groom is ried a white lace fan with wisteria, wore a string of pearls, a gilt from With a lavender flov er arrange-
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold purple roses and streamers. the groom.In ment as a punch table centerpiece,
Rhoden of Hampton. Bridal attendants were Sharon choosing her headpiece and guests were offered punch from a
Sandy Crissman and Sylvia Thorn- Martin, Kelll Jo Dyal, Darlene veil, the bride chose a Juliet crystal punch bowl served by Karen
i ton greeted the guests as they handed Gatlin, (sister of the groom), Cathy covered in white silk roses with Taylor, Linda Edenfield, Dyane Jo
6 out wedding programs.The Anderson and junior maid Laura sprigs of white lilys-of-the-valley Crawford and Regina Bass.
haWI couple spoke their vows Crawford (sisters of the bride.) hanging on one side. A chapel train The food table featured a ceramic
before a heart-shaped brass The gowns,flowers and headdressof encrusted with seed pearls and trim- watermelon basket filled with fresh
candelabra centerpiece flanked with the attendants and junior maid] med with Maria Galoam lace was at- fruit. Purple and white helium
baskets of lavender carnations, were the same as the maid of honor. tached to the fingertip veil of illu balloons floated overhead. Various
*. gladlolas and roses. Other decora- All the gowns and headpieces as finger foods, vegetables and fruit
tions 7-branch candelabra well.as the bride's own and head- sion.A
were a ,
were served by Hazel Bass, Sandra
:\.1#., pots of greenery and a kneeling piece was made by the bride's reception was held in the Crawford, Cathy Bennett and Cindy
fr I\i ... ben,".Pews were marked with aisle mother, Ms. Louise Crawford. fellowship hall after the ceremony. Wheeler.
I II .; -' candelabras with votive candles The flowers Ficus trees and palms provided a The food was prepared by Charles
1 ': placed on the organ and piano. The girls,Lindsey Wynn& backdrop for the hall decorations. Schmitt.
:h' JIj(fJlr.. vestibule table held a ceramic plate Amy the attendants Luke,were with attired the the same as Tables were covered with white Ida Sue Schmitt was wedding
-t"'V11'; with the names & wedding date of exception of flounced linen tablecloths accented director with Doug Bennett the
... '1 .,1" the bride & groom engraved on it an overlay of lavender lace with purple satin bows. assistant director.Liz .

1""':" '" 'iC'1' ....( ;-<'t'tQI white doves, the bride's book andleather junior pinafores.maid The carried flower white girls lace um and Centerpiece of the bride's table Lyons, sister of the bride, invited -
'fJ'.D 9 pen. Palm trees provided a brellas accented with wisteria was a four-tiered wedding cake com- guests to sign the bride's book.
: backdrop of greenery. Candles arrangements col- plete with fountain, lavender The table
,' .v.>1t..[ ored roses and satin bows with roses, gift centered with
were placed in the win- cheribums and doves. Topping the lavender flowers, held bird seed
....:} streamers.
They dropped
I Iliff .," dows of the church.A heart confetti down the aisle purple cake were a precious moments bride bags, satin "thank you" ribbons,
v.,; program of nuptial music was walked. as they & groom. Stairs led to two smaller bride and groom baby pictures and
presented by Barbara Smith on the cakes on either side toped with wedding invitations. Assisting at
I organ and Kyle Harrison and Mrs. Arnold Weeks pulled the aisle precious moments m,a this table were Shanda Lyons and
i Joey Reese as soloists. The bride cloth. gift to the parents. Lighted lavender Keisha Manning, nieces of the bride,
and groom sang "Nobody Loves The bride, given in marriage by tapers in three-branched silver and Bubba McKinney,brother of the
4 Like You Do" to each other duringthe her brother, Paul McKinney,wore a candelabras were placed at either bride.
ceremony.Tim long debunte white satin gown end of the table and were surrounded -
Watson served as best man. overlaid with Maria Galoam lace by silvers dishes of homemade Following the honeymoon the cou-
Ushers were Harvey Rhoden, Features included a queen anne mints. The cake was served by Mrs. ple will live in Hampton.The .
brother of groom, Billy Harrison, neckline encrusted with seed pearlsto Nettie Davis &Lorissa Rhoden.A bride is a graduate of Brad-
Roy McKinney brother of bride, a fitted bodice; Lady Diana puffed ford High and is employed with the
I Bobby Martin and David Wheeler. sleeves with long tapered sleeves silver candelabra with lighted prison system.
_. Thomas Odom was communion with pearl button closures; the full lavender tapers was placed alone The groom is a graduate of Bradford -
--1 bearer. All were attired in white & skirt was enhanced by a large flat side of the chocolate groom's cake High and is employed at Camp
Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Rlioden purple Miami Vice tuxedos. bow at the back waist. with a ball & chain, billy jack and Blanding.

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I August 16 at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Crusade Set

The Starke Church of God is planning -
Mrs. Russell's book, Beauty for to host a Children's Crusade the
On June 13, 1948, a Los Angeles resident named Jack First Baptist Friday night, August 28, will be Ashes,is a true life story of a sexually evenings of August 17-21 from 7:30
O'Laary caught a fit of hiccoughs. It was not until June Special Young People's Night. Em- abused child and the trauma ex- 9 p.m.
1. 1956-over a million hiccoughs later-that the fit Welcomes New Minister pa hsis will be on youth with music perienced. She shares her ex- Speaker will be Rev.Tom Nethery
ended. And Plans RevivalThe provided by the young people. periences in the hope some of the and his puppets.The church,located
Rev. McNeill invites the public to countless tens of thousands now suf- at 422 N. St. Clair St., extends a
First Baptist Church in attend these services.Geth.emane fering because similar abuses will. warm hand of welcome to the com-
Lawtey announces the calling of a receive their miracle. munity.See .
new pastor, Rev. Grasyon McNeill QuartetTo
EngagementsRobin from Dublin, VA. Present ConcertAt
Rev.and Mrs.McNeil began their
new ministry July 26,and live at the Pine Level BaptistThe
Edward Brabham of church parsonage. A native of Sanford -
Danny son Gethsemane Quartet of forQuality '
Michele Hersey, Rev. & Mrs. M. Brabham of NC Rev. McNeiil attended Greensboro us
Spivey Bible NC is set to present a Invitations" Reception Item 4 "r
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Michael Umatilla, FL. concert at Pine Level
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Shawn is a graduate of Bradford years widely presenting
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Hersey and Michael Gary Crockrell. Indiana North Carollan and
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National Guard and is stationedat Washington College. .There is no admission '
All family and friends are invited. The church is planning a revival charge. Leila'sDress r
Camp Blanding. The church is located 3 miles west
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daughter,TheresaElizabethtoPer- Danny E. Brabham Announces Classes in Starke ,

cy Everett (Rusty) Sullivan III, son Beginning Tuesday, Sept. 1
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For More information, please call e Notary Seals
1987, beginning at 12 Noon at DFFICE.
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Mrs. Leroy
would like to announce the engagement SUB HAYES EW 7/23 4tchg 8/13 Sheriff Register Form Job'
and approaching marriage of I IAugust
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Pal." TELEGRAPH' August 13,1MTArt

II Exhibit At ,4 Social HappeningS. I

Public Library
Sk..n Und.rhlll dinner.A blessing was given by Mrs.,
rod! Johns/ before the meal began.ChlHyWoody .
The Bradford County Public and line drawings and acrylic paintings 1 Bridesmaids Honored
Library is featuring exhibit of art HonoredAt
The The home of Mrs.Warren Winkler
by local college students. The workin public Is invited to come Into Cook-Out
the show was done by the SummerB the library and see the work of the was opened to guests hbbridal -
day July 18, honoring at
Term Art Fundamentals Class at local students. tendants The large country-side home of)
Santa Fe Community College Starke Arnold Weeks. Librarian reports elect of of Bridget Skeen. bride- Mr. and Mrs. James V Crosby, Sr.
Center which was taught by Norman that ha is especially pleased to Hostesses O. Underbill. on Bayless Highway ws the setting
Jensen. cooperate with SFCC in displaying for the occasion were of a pre-nuptial party honoring
The purpose of the class is to provide this class work In view of the fact Wade Winkler.Warren Winkler and Mrs. Karen Joan Chitty and her fiance,
an experience in studio art for that the Bradford County Public Special Dr.John David Woody of Columbia
people who are not art majors. Library is now the official library mothers, Mrs.guests Included the SC Saturday August 8. Hosting the
Featured in the show are contour for the Starke Center. and Mrs. Beverly Durrance patio-pool cookout with Mr.and Mrs.
Sylvia Underbill. Other
/ Crosby were Mr. and Mrs. David
'lG guests and relatives were seated at Hurse, Mr. and Mrs.Jimmy Crosby,
I Did You Know. tables with original Humels used as Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hut-
l centerpieces. cheson Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
i Bridget was presented a silver Crosby and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
oval picture frame as a momenta of
Twelve Bradford countlans ,County. David Knox"the number one rwM the occasion. Rahn.
recently Joined a bus load of others FAR speaker spoke on the Intercir \ Guests were Invited Into the home,
from the area in a month long tour of cle of Selling. by Mrs. Helen Crosby and out onto
22 states plus Alaska, The Yukon the patio and pool area by Mr.James .
and The Canadian Roc tles. Seven Starke and Union Count) Raharol Dinner Hold Crosby.
Returning July 18 were: Mr. & area students were scheduled to tx, For Sk..n-Und.rhill
Mrs. Al Stefanelii, Clara Colson among the 378 University of Nortl a: Enjoying the cookout with Karen
Agnes Heath. I la Helseth, Ina Martin Florida degree candidates wh:.. H Generations of Family Gather Here... Approximately 33 guests enjoyeda and John were Brenda Woody of
.Mr.&Mrs.Marion Payne,Joyce received diplomas during summer Jeremiah Dowllng. 8 months Is held by his great-great-grandmother, rehearsal dinner hosted by Mr. Dr. Ron Woody of
Riherd, Lillian Stump, Carolyn commencement exercises ii I Mrs. Nora Wal.Iron, 88, of Jacksonville as five generations of the family and Mrs.Robert C. Underhill at 8:30 Charleston,sister and brother of the
Keene and Bob Shannon. They were Jacksonville's Morocco Shrine Tern,. gathered Aug. 2 In Starke. p.m. Friday, July 24, at the Union groom; Mr. and Mrs. Tony Nead of
accompanied by others from Mac- pie Saturday, Aug. 1. From left, above, are Jeremiah's mother Mrs.Darlene Dowling,30,of Correctional Training Building.The St. Augustine; Mr. and Mrs. Randy
clenny and Jacksonville on a The seven were Glenda Faye t Lawtey; the grandmother, Mrs. Yvonne McDaniel, 48; and Jeremiah'sgreatgrandmother. dinner was In honor of their son Chitty II of Jacksonville, sister and
chartered Greyhound. Johnson, Paula Michelle Kurimaj, Mrs. IMildren Ransom, 69, of Starke. Robbie, and his fiancee', Bridget brother of the bride; Karl Rogers of
During the trek, they tried out and Annette V. McClelland, all 01 r The group visited Mrs. Bertie Meggs In Starke and Darlene Dowllng Skeen following their wedding Gainesville.Also in attendance were
everything from a dog sled in Alaskato Starke; and Mark A. Bracewell,, got all five generations together. rehearsal. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Rogers, Jr.
a dance floor in Monteagle, TN. Judith Ann Rizer Crews, Betty Jear L U-shaped tables coverd in white parent of the bride.
The group also enjoyed a three day Foister and Celeste Betslej linen held arrangements of Juniper The hostesses presented the young
ship cruise from Vancouver to Saunders all of Lake Butler. Special ArrivalsRaiford limbs,pink blues and yellow daisies. couple with an ice bucket as a
Skagway. Guests were treated to a buffet memento of the occasion.
Other points of interest Included a A group of Bradford County folks
ride on the Canadian Ice Fields; The left Starke on June 18th for 31 dayson Tetstone III Jennifer Ann Rhoden Brian Scott<< Fuqua
Seattle Space Needle; St.Louis Arch an Alaska Tour. They stopped at Mr. and Mrs Raiford Tetstone,Jr. James and Barbara Rhoden of Steve and Vicki Fuqua of Starke
and Father Flannigan's Boys Homein several interesting locations on their of Starke announce the birth of a Starke announce the birth of a
of Brian
the birth
announce a
Omaha. way to Alaska: Memphis; Tulsa; son, Raiford, born August 7 In daughter Jennifer Ann,born August Scott, born July 27 at Alachua THE BRADFORD
Dodge City Ks.; Cheyenne; Ogden Gainesville. 5 in Alachua General Hospital. General Hospital. Brian weighed 8 COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Robert Alexis Green III,of Starke Utah; La rands, Or.; Seattle, Wa; Maternal grandparents are Harmon lbs, 1 oz and Joins 3 brothers, Published every Thursday at
was a recent graduate of Mercer Vancouver, British Columbia, Maternal grandparents are Billy and Ethel Underhill of Starke DeWitt, 8 yrs., Brett 6 )'rs. and 135 W.Call Street.
University's Eugene W Stetson Canada. The group spent three days Joe and Janice Sanford of Starke. and Ann Thorton of Lawtey. Mater- John.2'/fc yrs.Maternal I Starke. Florida 32091
School of Business and Economicswith on) the Stardancer Liner viewing the Maternal great-grandmother is nal great-grandmother is Violet I
a Bachelor of Business Administration Passage of Alaska. They visited Maxine Manning of Macclenny. Underhill of Starke. grandparents are Mr. Second Class paid at
Degree. The Universi- several locations In Alaska and Paternal grandparents are W. C. and Mrs. John Tomlinson and Mr. Starke.postage Florida
ty's 155th commencement exerciseswere Canada for the next fifteen days. On Paternal grandparents are RhodenofStarkeandCarolRhodenRaiford and Mrs. Maxie Reddish, both of offices.POSTMASTER .
held June 6 in the Macon, GA July 12 they headed to Montana, and Nancy Tetstone of of Ogden, IL. Paternal great. Starke. Maternal great- and additional mailing
coliseum. then stopped at Wall, S. Dakota; Waldo. Paternal great-grandmother grandparents are Aden and Ruth grandparents are Mrs Mabel Mc- address
Omaha, Nebraska; St. Louis, Mo. is Obelia Tetstone of Brooker. Wood of Ogden, IL. CleUan and Mrs. Hassle Reddish : Send
Cecelia Terwillegar of Ter- and Monteagle. Tenn. They return. both of Lawtey. changes to:
willegar Realty attended the 1987 ed to Starke on July 18th. Members Bradford Co. TelegraphP.O.
District 1 Mini Conference at from Starke were: Joyce Riherd, Paternal grandparents are Mr. Drawer A Starke. Fl. 32091
Sheraton Palm Coast. The host was Clara Colson Agnes Heath, Lillian ;; J.I and Mrs. Kenneth Fuqua of Starke.
Flagler Board of Realty. District 1 is Stump, Carolyn Keen, Ina Martin Paternal great-gran parents are Subscriptions rates:
composed of Bradford Union Board, Mr. & Mrs. Marion Payne, and BobShannon. Mrs. Edith Hutchenson and Mr.and In trade area: 12.0O per year
Gainesville Jacksonville, Jacksonville Ila Helseth from Lawtey, Your young child may be able to hold onto a drinking Mrs. Calvin Parham. $7.00 six months
Beaches Lake City, Putman Mr. & Mrs. Albert Stefanella from glass better If you place two tight rubber bands aroundthe Outside area: $13 per year
County. St. Augustine and St. Johns Hampton Lake. glass an Inch or so apart. This makes it easier for 87.5O six months
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I First Methodist is First Starke Church Team to Make NationalsFirst I

United Methodist Church of Nativity Catholic the top seeded)| came on a walk by John David Francis loose with three runs and four bIlL frame.tat the i LdIr .le ds.z.'De Zferyq ie.avd =

Starke was the third place finisher In I team from Division I. ,a booming triple into deep left by, The local team could not cone 1IiIIIIn ..... .. ... ::=-=is

the State Softball tournament heldi' The local players had to comet Rick Stephens and a sacrifice fly by back this time and fell into the Ira itla taefSe fsllalltia.. t.tethad It hbmsl 11----. MIC.-6.C to a

here July 31 .August 1. from behind twice to win this game Mike Hartley putting them Into the loser's bracket after the 74 Trinity .slid 1M dawy... t..1'1n& m3potot9aeswaR+wtB9rtAftt yBt9nF&dttf

With their high finish they have by a nerve-wracldnl12-11IC re on a finals of the winners'Dracket facing fie fsd. tfaft4 they.....lest

earned the right participate In the' game-winning sacrifice fly by Dennis Trinity Christian the top seed from 1r1; ; loser's bracket they faced --1 sla.u. -,fleas from Stark to go to.

National Church League Tournament Crawford. District II and the eventual tournament Holly Assembly the dd' "g statechampions sa 1IIe vf.itss isms 3tL.eadi.g ; .--.......,..

to be held In Albany Georgia The score was much lower In the champion.Another and the eventual...... Mittens tee First Teats fa-

over the Labor Day weekend. next game held Saturday morning solid defensive effort by place finisher this year. ---"' tie ONa.ey ICIfal0JOha .OtK C cpcr.O rtisandOenvmt

Methodist played their first against Northside Baptist, another both teams kept this contest. tight until First Methodist scored twice ia the > Dim ...... tatas* a* a Orawftrd. Cbnck sad JeOOeTalaria.

game Friday night and immediately local team as United Methodist advanced the late Innings. first inning on hits by Chuck Johnson at jH fees;;; Pant*OeatktumtJ03St.maBaflm.8lrvta J--:_..m .Oease FisrXi. -

drew one of the toughest teams In in this one 24 In a big defen- First Methodist was ahead by one and Curtis Crawford but the visitor ; matr. assetu T Paietes. ...Steptens.! 1

the tourney In. the tint round sive battle. :The: I bl: offensive plays run In the sixth! _before Trinity broke ,added two of their own in the socaad R&fi r.Ei as.i.aIIIDTtEOi Wade W nuer. Mike Bartley. PatumAJimDUrnnfi
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PUBLIC HEARINGThe us.....c-.se>*..highest bidder for
Bradford County School Board. NON-PAYMENT .... .- ..... .. .... .........
I Starke, Florida will hold a Public Hearing STORAGE UNIT Nonce a mBXBnr awot. item uc c-.y c-. "'-, bt Stark. Florida.

Legal NoticesNOTICE on the following proposed Amendment Notice Is hereby given that August* DpeIt. tar ........ ofire ft.iR..bty sr.sliones .1J 1957: IIA..tIL e* SJtoZTMidby ofGMCRTSBROWN/ .

to Board Rule 6Gx4-5.04 to amend 28. 196. 9 ....... sale. will be hid.* ...Iliad .....--- ---...

the grading system for... county schoolystem. Bay '36. C a C MinI Storage. Hwy 301 M-deed tto be.....Mbrs..raa.-sitar

South. Sforke, F..... Thts eels. n ah eepropfcrty sniouIe. ..........meals of Ieat..e.. AS CLERK Of SAO COURT
This public hearing will be held In the belonging. .. to Alberta Svsrlae. 0.dct4lis 35 t/h.'aps1PA loll t/6-. ...Relic Moody

School Board'Room of the School Administrative A tale of the entire contents a* unit .teas teehidh. Ill-......w oac1aIe D P CIerII

The St. John River Water Management NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Offices, 382 North Temple will be mode.the highest bidder.*f e. ..u...: 7234ScngoVI3"MOnCEOFsm

District has received an application REGISTER Avenue,Storks,Florida on September,. bidder. the sale. will be conducted pursuant ...iira.d I--11916. _

for Stormwater from: FICTITIOUS NAME 1987 at 7 P.M. to rental agreement between He- .... ..................IIGI..... ..._ --
KEYSTONE UNITED METHODIST CH Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida The Uniform grading system for the non and ranoiofu* lOT Jo SS OF SO EX E 3BBT a EX WIZf' lOREGisretnarnous
P.O. BOX 744, KEYSTONE HGHTS FL Statutes, notice I la hereby given that the Bradford County School System will be 5/13 2tdigiV20 0C11CJl1311Os.eR1I5f S3OI/i111 IIIIIIIGEzz. NAME

326S6, Application '42-007-0001AN. on undersigned Glenda Epps.342 Pratt St., consistent with state law. The system : ....... r 1-... .... FIooIdII1IeIIce.

7/1/87. The project It located In Brad Starke, FL 32091 Alan Greenberg,737 S. and Interpretation I*os follow: -- --. Norse TaAao ..... .. n-Ut asS, tu......__.......

ford County, Section 23 Township 8 Walnut St., Starke, FL 32091 joint GRADE: A: PERCENT:94 100: GRADE 1P.AI1ItCM 11050. .__Jlw..d;Eta..Vw.ie.SJ6 N. S?.

South, Range 22 Eoit. Th. application It owners, doing business under the firm POINT: 4; DEFINITION: Outstanding Progress NOTICE Of INTENTIONTO 1I..IIo..c-. .; Qi lr..,..... H. 3301 eaJa_

for a STORMWATER SYSTEM ta terve 4.6 name of Foxy Clothe, 101 Edward Rd., REGISTER f- gatofIt,4 ....... s5ea.es- sd.r..... .... _a*
acret to be known at CHURCH EXPAN Stark., FL 32091 Intends to register told GRADE: B; PERCENT: 85 93: GRADE FKTmOUSNAME us. w Siosn..r sraattaehesatilsI stritr f a -... ...,. ;. l' Box 1331. S.

SION. fictitious name under the aforesaid POINT: 3; DEFINITION: Above Average Pursued to Section 863.09. Florida. M..d.'r.d=t....tll. ..., mSstttrh4 R 337/1. a-n..d. ..
statute. Progress Statute notice ta hereby give' the the .. ..slid .t P..... ...... tie.Oasd .
Action will be token on the above .. ._.......... ..... tltalarh.sriN :.. r
lilted application; ) within 30 day. of Dated this 10th day of August, A.D., GRADE: C; PERCENT: 75 84; GRADE undersigned. David Van Val" .. -....... .... bhelddar tie.. ...,... .t_
receipt of the application. Should you be 1987 In Bradford County. POINT: 2: DEFINITION: Average Progress Vice President ATC Molding. .. Sue. at the sell ._ eer w tar ltkaMS. day .. ....... A.D.

Interested In any of the listed applied- 8/13 4tpd 9/3 4382 S. Ulster St.. Parkwy. William Sub. Sue A., 2No.dsy J........ft1Ir s 11..Aa. 1)57 fa.......Cesar
WL .
,tlont, you should contact the St. John.Rlv.r GRADE: D; PERCENT: 63 74; GRADE Cropper VIce President Datetiled.. .Ik d.r si,.,..ft1Ir. 116"8127
Water Management District at POINT: 1; DEFINITION: Lowest Acceptable and lUlL Sub I). Inc.1405 Diglewaed. .......s.--.GDK
...... TX -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF B0237. 611 Walker Street- -.
P.O. Box 1429, Palatka, Florida Progress Siyn.aw-" SRF..rlirk: ..... N THE CIRCIBT
32078-1429 or In person at Its office on THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT GRADE: F; PERCENT: 0 64; GRADE 77027. JoInt owner doing business c.I<..CkmN14..r.f SRADFOSDCwep' FOR WDFORD COUNTY.FLCR10A
State Highway 100 W." Palatka IN AND FOR POINT: 0; DEFINITION: Lowest Acceptable under the firm name of Pmaujaa Cmtile. aw DIVISION

Florida 904/328-8321. Written objectionto BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Progress Intend to register said HctrUeus swrne rabi.iirt34theflalk7. CASE 86173HOSSgDA

the application be mad., but CASE NO.: 87-217-CA GRADE: I; PERCENT: 0; GRADE POINT: under the aforesaid statute. MATIONAl BANK.
.hould be received no lat.r than 14 days IN RE: The Marriage of 0: DEFINITION: Incomplete Dated this 4th day at Jo w.AD...t9Q Ffra7IR.s. .

from the date of publication. Written objections WILLIAM NEAL LANEY This system I I. effective with the In Bradford County. .

should Identify the objector byname Husband, 1987-88 school year for all student The ./13.3IN ALMA L T? sOSI.O.fadaw. .

and address, and fully describe and effective date of the cumulative 1.3 IN THECIII 5RICDsw ..

the objection to the application. Filing a LINDA FAY LANEY grade point average for required rauKcaustwMARIE : NOTICE OF SALE11OTIE

written objection does not entitle you to Wife. courses I I. changed from 1986-87 school THE CIRCUIT COURT CASE 110.GCII: IU.... is he'.by gisew....pr.suerftto

a Chapter 120 Florida Statutes, Administrative NOTICE OF ACTION; year to the 1988-89 school year. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA COtMRI1Nllli5at31 IAt 5405 M U&- t'. Jldg.we.ht-...lot Cos

Hearing. Only those persons TO: LINDA FAY LANEY This advertisement It In compliance CIVIL DIVISION TON. .....rB*(73 kel its.tOrcuM Court of

who. substantial Interests are affected cia Ralph Chapman with the Florida Statutes Chapter 120.34 CASEB6-4B9 a IaeEs.d ........C.rp..asaa.'snot ........Cawty FhIdaa I will suM lb.Fr.ol .

by the application and who fll. a Adklns RodCarrollton as enacted by the 1974 Florida I FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK. ...... ... ......... C tonIr.

petition meeting the requirements of Georgia Legislature.Jim Plaintiff ... ....-

Section 23-5.201. F.A.C., may obtain an YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action Duncan. Superintendent vs. A.SMMHIMMi, 2: s-.e. 58, of lot I* except.

Administrative Hearing. All timely filed for dissolution of marriage and Bradford County Schools FLOYD M. SETTLES. VADA M.SETTLES D I ..... II.. BOW.end:Monk SO feet of Lot 30 except.

written objections will be presented to other relief has been filed against you In 8/13 3tchg 8/27 F. DAVID SETTLES. AND BARBARA Z. NDsUOFSix6BFVSSALE __ .. Santo ISL ..--.. S South

the Board for Its consideration In It. the above-styled Court and you are required SETTLES MODIGE: IS HtSRESTT Gist WAT l. wtgte 22 &ar. oe per mop or plot ofwi.dss..aend.d

deliberation on the application prior to to serve a copy of your written Ddb\* E. SMkfaaV Shan* of ...... in Plot Book No. I.

the Board taking action on the application. defenses If any to It on TERENCE M. NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE Canny......aW an.bpvislbjaaf. .... 17.of Ska pvMc record of BraaVCeemy.

BROWN ESQUIRE Terence M. Brown ENACTMENT OF PROPOSED ORDINANCEBY NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant ..... of 6-.55..bM.lb.L ......_ ta.d .......... containing SL4963k

Dannlse T. Kemp, Director P.A., Post Office Drawer 40, Stark, THE BOARDOF to the Final Judgement entered.I .f .(the smsie erHrlledl GSM ta ab.abos.tyil.d at.-.4-s.....
Florida 32091 before 14 COUNTY COMMISSIONERSOF .... ...... .
Division of RecordsSt. on or Number 86-489 In -the Circuit Court of epa.It' FLse- : tans 301 31. and 34 in
.Johns River Water September 1987 and file the original BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Bradford County. Florida. I _illII..the .DU ..- r.. ..tuwte..n4 .... NOQDaAwM, par plot thereof fn Plat
Management District with the Clerk of this Court either NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the property situated In Bradford. Cloy and ..... Ml tVtOsO1B>O)c--r.>{ sTllBrstanij, ....1. .17.d tla..,wac.01

8/13 Itchg before service on the above-named at 9th day of September 1987. at 8:00P.M. Collier County. Florida described: s: M.wit ......... PI I Cmxinj. FfaridoL I EXCEPT In*

torney Immediately thereafter otherwise the Board of County Commissioners of Parcel:All of the SE 1/. lying Eoetof That vartian of MUs*exlfti 3
a default will be entered againstyou Bradford County. Florida In session to SR 100 ROW and South of SR 100A HOW .the MMW-174. *f SC-U Itsa Kaa r.rt of .f to*39 Mngj was of SB 225-A...Sec-

NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER for the relief demanded the Peti be held at the Board meeting room at except the E 1/4 of sold SE 1/4 Dying !the S.desa.a AIiM. ....... ttyissi-. ... !=-= .i S Saum Rang 22

ENACTMENT OF PROPOSED ORDINANCEBY the Bradford County Courthouse Stark. South of SR IOOA In Section 10.Township ..... and Mo ft.... .. tile_, nth 3MB Esa.s .
tlon.WITNESS seal I Florida will consider the following ordinance feat of .he ftaVI/4 of SMMU I tart Rs.rest
THE BOARDOf my hand and official of 7 South. Range 22 East, lying and being -sofa, to....kSJtst bidder for
COUNTY COMMISSIONERSOF this Court on this 10th day of August and the proposed enactment In Bradford County. d 51t1rte.... NCI 3I5\\III ie 6twi.s ._.s... rrowf dear of the radtord

BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA 1987. thereof. Parcel 2: A parcel of land lying In toNE us. asd ... 351J i. s-lie. 3.T.sdbip6Se.t cc. .11"ib..e, hs ....... Florida,
the GILBERT BROWN BRADFORD COUNTY: ORDINANCE h.Ih.l22E.al.orsniybld.y an 11-flC IM. tlsa I7m.. of
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on 1/4 of Section IS Township 7 South a. Avguet.
9th day of September 1987, at 8:00: P.M. CLERK OF THE COURTBy ESTABLISHING COUNTY-WIDE SPECIAL Range 22 East and being more particularly 1W7.
of Beuloh s pmgpsrF < GAM.T s.IWN:
Board of Commissioners
the County Mood described as follows' : Commence .
FILL SOLID-WASTE DISPOSAL: '_ .AI.led ...._tar UI6I.....iaugust. AS CLERK OF SAID COURTDeputy
In session to
Bradford County Florida at the NW comer the E ./.ef
---- -ESTABLISHING BEGINNING DATE-fOR 1851 -.... s 2_ ..-. w
TERENCB-Mr ROWN. ESQ. ......Moody
be held ot the Board meetlngToorh aid NE 1/" at a concrete monument far .
Stork. TERENCE M. BROWN P.A. SAID SPECIAL ASSESSMENT; DEFINING salt....-....-..........IL..rd Clerk
the Bradford County Courthouse, FOB; from POs thus described: nm
IMPROVED PARCELS TO BE ASSESSED: c-- sba4Y's Oarat. I a.tfdeer. .a.rs
for HusbandP.O. 7/304kt 820UMIILU
Florida will consider the following ordinance Attorney thence S 00.0.0" E. a distance .
Drawer 40 ESTABLISHING SPECIAL ASSESSMENT ...lo sad sell.. lie lbbs.hyb.rat ..... .teraa.h
and the proposed enactmentth.reaf. 427.80 feet to a run thonae S
Stark., Florida 32091 RATES TO BE SET BY RESOLUTION: PRO- 110....f. !the lilt" .raaiho phrprly
7120' W. 830.70 feet to a point on .....
((904)) 964-8272 s pt.yrtty STATES OUIPJCT COURT
BRADFORD COUNTY Fly boundary of SR 100; thence nM N
8/13 4tchg 9/3 SPECIAL ASSESSMENT; due.s-y rd 6.ort... IIII'tIU OISTRCTOFFip50AJA.ILSONVRLE
ESTABLISHING "NO WAKE" ZONES ON 1840W W. a distance of 723.64..*.a
WATERWAYS WITHIN BRADFORD COUNTY the N'ry boundary of said NE t/1 of Section ;
The substance of the contemplated ordinance / .. Caea.....S6-AO-GV-.M2
; RELATING VESSEL CONTROL AND 15; thence run N B94748. E. flaathmhtL.F
I. the proposed assessment of AMERICA
WATER SAFETY PROVIDING FOR '- distance of feet the
PENALTY AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE an annual solid-waste disposal fee upon 10.465 Both 7/1ZI./ 1"Ln.ilg,.
: TAX DEED Containing acres. parcel.containing
the owners of real property In Bradford
DATE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that l.G. Florida. 52.878 acres more or.less. lying 0.AtE
Th. substance of the contemplated ordinance Dyal the holder of the following certificates County, be and being In Bradford County. E5XATC Of LOUISA LOST.ad
Sold ordinance
Is the proposed regulation of has filed sold certificates for a contemplated the public at the office may of Parcel 3: Lot 57 TARA. according .so ...1IHIE CIIIICIIIIII QIUID -allies a a-Jtes.C.n.rTesLr'd.y .
Inspected by Ai..da
vessel control and water safety by thestobllshm.nt tax deed to be Issued thereon The certificate the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Bradford plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 7. OF IIItIE EwaHrmH jnmacMi./ cwcum.MAMOFO. ad.. .A.---.
>> *
of "No Wake" zones on 47, public record of Cloy County
numbers and of issuance, page
years Courthouse. Starke. Florida dur-
County and-wJ.a.w HisU ..
Bradford mIRCR CiCIIINI'I'.f10BI1L
within County Florida.
waterways the of the and the
description property
the regular business hours of 8 A.M. .
ing the W of the CASE Pane:W-JV5U awi.grails. e..iDas.
Florida. Parcel 4: The E 4 of %
In It assessed
names was are as
thru 3 P.M., Monday thru Friday.All .* --.......--.---
Sold contemplated ordinance may be follows: SW 1/4 of the NW 1/" of the SW 1/4 and N BE: Bhe Haiirtisita
Inspected: by the public at the office of Certificate No. BOYear of lssuonce..1983 Interested parties may appear at EM of the W 'Ii of the NW 1/4 of the SW STEVEN SEED JMIMCSO, s other 4. .nr..ts bytk..egf...
and heard with
said respect:
meeting .tdl.rr 5 THE ESTATE CF101a5A
the Clerk of the Circuit Court Bradford Description of Property...*183J.00402 1/" of the SW 1/4 of Section It*. IMuniiaiaX s ag.w
County Courthouse, Stark., Florida,dur LOT 36 N OF RD EX E 333' 8 EX W 123. Dated this 11th day of August, 1987. Township 31$. Range 29 E, lying being andROSALOA a IsiOSEY.dUue...ad.....aB....ailshad..g o
business hours 8 In Collier Florida.
the regular County
thru 3 P.M., Monday thru Friday.All at public sale to the highest, bidder for peVati
Interested parties may appear at 22.Name In which a..ed..J.W. co.h. ot the front door of itto Bradford jennet! OF ocmeswtro
said meeting and b. heard with respect: AND PATRICIA LLOYD. GILBERT S. BROWN.CLERK County Courthouse In 5........ Florida.at : i ROS4tRAWSYDiIiDAddms ncI &
thereto. 11:00 A.M. the 17th of ...... D.Ia.efawlta.NO11CE
All of said property being In the County 8/13 ItchgIN on day .
of 1987. YOIIIA.e..... NOnnRB ia enitiae as OF SUTT
Dated this 11th day August, of BRADFORD. State of Florida. September 1987.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Unless such certificate or certificate GILBERT. BROWNAS far aliaseilsrttoe. off .wa.lrp. and AND

BRADFORD COUNTY shall be redeemed according to law theproperty THE CIRCUIT COURT CLERK OF SAID COURTBy rrher....Ifcas as-..........-_i.ok. i. C5OmCROEfBrQW15:
d c-Yes
FLORIDA. : Moody
GILBERT S. BROWN CLERK described such certificate or OF THE EICHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Clark. )Mss"4._.d ens..7. rr P1..iiL SBmCX BY PUBUCATION)
certificates will be sold to the highestbidder IN AND FOR Deputy -
Slat the c-t tr.nristryeses 10 Ail .elem.. ..... du ..us.gva..aghs. .
8/13 1 chg at the court house door on the BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA 7/23.1ehg 8/1J < revues.rin.w-5.die .Mbbs"' 1'-...rkrvbdplty ....... crodfh -.

27th day of August 1987 at 11:00 A.M. CASENO.:8718ICAIN IMc td iIII CuA..lkr. C.wttr.Florid. s..a.r ether C'I'-a..... ..,.

NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER Dated this 6th day of July 1987. RE: The Marriage of .. awe lie s.6.Bectsw .. ......th. ..... _..... Leers t.dV. -

ENACTMENT OF PROPOSED ORDINANCE GILBERT S. BROWN, CLERK DANIEL JOSEPH GRAHAM. ...itadoIe.._....... "' 1_ Tor ..... dass.b aided ether Peals hael.i.r -
Signature: BY: Beuloh Moody Husband NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO .........t.here any t1511..or
BY THE BOARD Clerk of Circuit Court of BRADFORD and REGISTER -. __ lilt 0 ......... .A.r.edterV.
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERSOF T....btp 3 Seamv..... 171...-Sec-
Florida: Section 865.O9. Florida .
Wife. Pursuant to karay..lfl-thus us arias.Bs
the SIIW'I/4..0.51.114.b.tq s.61F lie
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on 7/23"tchg 8/13 NOTICE OF ACTION: Statutes notice Is hereby given that the sled c.r... I.. Gegwrmd ..... yees hhi lb..r6 .
at 8:00 P.M. C-"t' rijM.F+ .
1987 -
9th day of September, ol TO: DANIEL JOSEPH GRAHAM undersigned Donna Jean Emmeme kw'rs ... Cars M .. 5attd souse ofAar.hs
the Board of County Commissioners 6227 W. Lisbon Avenue Stevens Box 194. Port Richey. Fl 33568. 11.5 saes -a. .. .. far the.-L.-----, ..a Boss
Florida In session ta as es1k.d lie slew a t1v
Bradford County, Milwaukee, Wisconsin sole doing business under the led -send lot grad
owner r---AdI. .it.....to.....usho. poplar
be held at the Board meeting room at YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action firm name of The Southern Exchange. .. BdCwtwtya es............. sictdIbnidM
Slorke, as 1
the Bradford County Courthouse IN THE CIRCUIT COURT for dissolution of marriage and Hwy 301 'Ii mite South of 223-lowtey. and dsd s fBor.caMr.SYFsrw.ratSrwe.
will consider the following ordinance .ewes .... ...... iia TEtewcE: M
Florida FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA other relief has been filed against you In FL 32038. 32068. Intend to register rid ESOUMfX. POST OSTKXDRAMEtJD c .
and the proposed enactment CIVIL DIVISION the above-styled Court and you are required fictitious name under the aforesaidstatute. .STARES.R5OA3>mff.w' 2L T..a-trp 6s.-2I: Est.rues

thereof. COUNTY ORDINANCE CASE 86-173 to serve a copy of your written er .....'D ....- n .d .... II.rigbel r-ttr... fad -v lees b t..
BRADFORD FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK defenses If any. to it on TERENCE M. Dated this 24th day of July.AJJ,1987 c-t. Fealty\ .tg/r/ Mad err ... 01 tM Old
AMENDING BRADFORD COUNTY ORDINANCE Plaintiff BROWN. ESQUIRE Terence M. Brown. In Bradford County. rwt. .. CIerI< .. .. I.-p ...., ..... ..... 0Fad
NUJMBER 83-2; IMPOSING A v. P.A. Post Office Drawer 40. Start... 7304tpdS20IN .ebw ..... ---w ......... atsub. ...hri sa.d Esigh.of.syIii.

SIX ((6)) CENT LOCAL OPTION GAS TAX ALMA J. THOMPSON. Florida 32091, on or before 14 --'_ "'.- ,. .....-- 771t_foot to lie Nardt.rty.tglhf of trey

UPON EVERY GALLON OF MOTOR FUEL September 1987 and file the originalwith a lod1 he .. .. PUSS. ...o ........... ..... mw4onh

AND SPECIAL FUEL SOLD IN BRADFORD Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE the Clerk of this Court either THE CIRCUIT COURT.EIGHTH d..w.r-Lr r 0 PeltWI1lN5S -. .-w............North.rly right ofaw
THE PRO- IN AND FOR eladd ......
NOTICE I la hereby given that pursuant before service on the above-named attorney any a..J5.JD flak that. eel NorthrBT
VISIONS OF CHAPTER 206. FLORIDA to the Final Judgement entered Case or Immediately thereafter. ,otherwise BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA .Ibis. Count s 0:39-diem aJey.. lily E.rl 98L30 Lstl____Sean3r

STATUTES: PROVIDING THAT THE IMPOSITION Number 86-173 In the Circuit Court of a default will be entered againstyou CASE NO.87.390-CA: GItSE.i5MOtRNCblk .- wer1. 1'SAD' Beat= thews _

SHALL BE DISTRIBUTED IN ACCORDANCE Bradford County Florida, I will sell the for the relief demanded In the Petit .- IN RE: The Marriage of a1**dart Sear rip' ---. ILon .... is 0.p. .
situated In Bradford County ...d BgrI--_
BRADFORD property ... ....
AGREEMENTS BETWEEN Florida described as: WITNESS my hand and official seal of Husband .c..to

COUNTY AND MUNICIPALITIES Parcel 2: South V4 of Lot 19 except this Court on this 10th day of August and 7i9a.li.aR3N top-
LOCATED OF THE' INCORPORATED, ROW and North SO feet of lot 30 except 1987. Wife. .....e..r ail the C h d..Coups,
AREA POPULATION WITHIN THE COUNTY -' ROW of Section 18, Township 3 South. CLERK OF THE COURT NOTICE OF SUIT NO PROPERTY IitECNOaff! ODLNTFOR.famiOImCOLsat s Jbdi..riia, .........std to_._ .
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE Range 22 East, a* per map or plat oi Beuloh TO: EMILE EUGENE MAY Address nOBOtLtlY71011BID1 steptkreef .Fw 0 P1.1.-EM s aat. -
: Woodlawn recorded In Plat Book No. 1. By Moody Unknown / .-.. 0.M... ....... Amidst,
DATE. 17 of the public records of Bradford Deputy Oerk ..... 0IIII0e...
Saws A.te..a Pest
Th. substance of the contemplated ordinance page ESQ. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED mat an action CASTE SI.SIa
It the proposed amendment of, County. Florida containing 3.496 TERENCE M. BROWN P.A. for dissolution of marriage ha been FLORIDA JIIAJ'ICIIIIM 1MllrF'loi..E ail. Jsd..w.ilm... ...... 3ZJII1. w wtbrlw
Bradford Ordinance Number 83-2 acres; more or I.... filed against and you are required.ta Algal tl:1957' C yes fad a..
County tax from Parcel 3: lot 30. 31, and :34 In Attorney for Wife you of written d sl.-.Jf tea idea---brd.r...... be.n we.
Increase the local option gat serve a copy your u.
la WOODLAWN per plat thereof In Plat P.O. Drawer 40 ........ h ......derelict 1.N .
the present four cents per gallon ta six ..orIo.. Florida 32091 any. to H on the Petrnoner'/WHee attorney f, NART.d lOSOTA JL NAa .
17 of the public records of ...
Book 1, page .whose name end address is R-A. and 0- =
cents Said per contemplated gallon. ordinance may be Bradford County. Florida. EXCEPT the ((904)) 9614212 8/13 9/3 GREEN. JR.. GREEN S MOSSS. P-A. ,ADsad1RAJRDr15 M li.,tJ'ER......_6-w.NraIIc.e

the public at the office of North SO feet of Lot 30. and that portionof 4tchg POST OFFICE DRAWER 931. STARES SMALL 8U5M5S H"-5IUJIIDIIt 'r Sues.. -Order k........ r ewe-
Inspected: by 30 West ol SR 225-A. In Section ... .. a.FIuf cs-- byf4blts.k.y
the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Bradford Lot lying FLORIDA 32091. and file the original ; 1w ..-
18, Township 3 South. Range 22: Court IsisidwAa.NOrIRf tr f.haild.d ti tfa titi.dSs.w.
County Courthouse. Slarke, Florida dur- with the dork of the above styled : OF SARE
the regular business hour of 8 A.M. Ea.'. on or before September 16. 1987;___- NOVICE._. _tart Fraae al.dd i ..7.p.p.r' ..
Ing to the highest bidder for ..... d.orrlw i...dead Cstrwty.f..f .
thru S P.M., Monday thru Friday.All at publlc'sale. WIAO a(itKfojffWvt...,oo otwofoo OOOMOT tar Fiord J.dgsr..at atts..sd.. .
Interested parties may appear at cash at the front door of the Bradford you for the relief demanded In the......- ,4se.nKSM. ie Tar C2 Courthouse In Starke. Florida ..... -- ......-r a.raDofsE
said meeting and be heard with respect: County nan. arda.d C.w ,. flasM. t araS.. tic.i -
.hereto. at 11:00 A.M. on the 17th day of WITNESS my hand and the.... ..eaid i prpasy.irrtsd l.n.n5i.land li.bsC (.1..1l. I" A.4 stl .

Dated this 11th day of August 1987. September. 1987. Court on this 24th day of July. 19BT. _.fn.rlitlapert. # AND Ccce Jl.dh..w.fll..
BOARD Of COUNTY COMMIS GILBERT BROWNAS There le no single catcalled GILBERT S.BROWN.CWrfc .. All..tfce SI 'Mi of..SMT 1S.. ..Jk.bda...........Jre.. 1W7.N .

SIONERS. BRADFORD COUNTY. CLERK OF SAID COURTBy a panther.The name iy Linde. L.ro.pooty- .of SE 1/I s-IIt ...f__..SE Ialr R.Seth. .......1'.Seyi.r

FLORIDA. : Seulah Mood Is commonly applied. to the .. 2. ......... a S.rtlk .....ZaBI. .......St..afag/.r...

GILBERT|| .BROWN, CLERK leopard, puma, and the 7/30" tchgS/3P .a.d l.ca..d L...........ladle.cl..tr. 7/9....B/U

8/13 Hchg' 8/6 4tchg 8/27 Jaguar. ..




...IA TELEGRAPH Amffua.an

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.,,1 Football Team Preparing for JamboreeVarsity I


football practice begins at by position are: dark and Robert Starling has the Polk, Travis Long.
a.m. Monday. Aug. 17 when grid- most experience. Berry has worked Defensive backs: Robert Thorpe, r
Had report to the field bouse, aad OfJease... oa to* throwmK only half a dozen John Berry, Leon Jackson, Rodney
Coach David Hurse to Hoping Tight cad: Jenkins. 12; !time that summer, says Coach Mosley. Darren Patterson, Clint
the torrid heat wave will break with Ed Douglas, 11, and Jimmy IAIIC.1L Horse.Travis Long who has never Reed Spencer Smith,Pedro Carter,
tough two-a-day practices In store. before played football, is theyounger Kevin Crawford Lance Wiggins,
The junior vanity gridders will Strong: side tackle:Diane dark.11. brother of former BUS Cam Ward, Shaun Diggs.
report for practice Wednesday.: ,Aug. aad Andy Then-- 12L Tuna came ins quarterback Frank Long who led
19. Sophomores will report with the strong tot the spring before DreakiBg BHS to the 11-1 record in 1985.
vanity, says Coach Hurse. his thumb,and shoal be a.eL..e Fallback:Clint Rued 10; Spencer
i.IT.and Randall Polk. 12. The Coaches...
Tornado gridders are returning f addition Ibis fnf. points cot Coach
a 2-8 season, in which the only wins Hurse. Running back: Greg Pittman, 11; Coach Hurse is still looking for a. lyv
were over Gainesville Eastsirte and Strong side oesese Bill HamiEtm. Rodney Mosley 11, and Leon varsity coach for the defensive 4 i
Jax Bishop Kenny. The year before 11,and Junior/ .M. Jacttsoa lCk.Defease backffeld and for baseball.
BUS was 11-1,losing only in the state Center: Terry.............. 11.and The opening was created when
championship game to Bartow. Eric NaEwortb.: 12. BUe StiOveU. ... Coach Charlie Simpkins of Mld-
This year Bradford High hopes to the suiting center last sea--on. -- Veteran Coach Hike Sexton will dleburg resigned to take a coaching
improve on the 2-8 mark with the Jured IBS ruin tile spring and is a again ran*4/4 defense. position at a junior high In Clay
help of a group of quality question mark.c-dII..gys be Only: six starters are returning on County. 9r ''vl
sophomores. "If we can get by the is counting on Sulhvell to come defense They are defensive end Coach Jay Godwin, who coachedthe ,
first five games without losing our through. Mike Cider defensive tackle Dane offensive line and was head
composure, and without too many Weak side guard: Chris Durban. Clark linebacker Malachi Jenkins, basketball coach Is out this year
injuries we should be a tough football 11; Matbew Al wifon. 12; Brian linebacker Bill Hamilton, and sam while he works on his certifcation.
team," says Coach Hurse Keadricks and Mate Elder. ABrnV linebacker and tackle Erie Naz- Lanier Clyatt, head JV football
beginning his 25th season at BHS. ton who moved from Gainesville worth and defensive back Darren coach last year has been promotedto
and played for GUS" is a new addition Patterson."HU the offensive line coach on the
Jamboree Set Sept. 4... to the...... preseason lineup by position varsity. Coach Chester Simpson,
Weak side ladle:Allan Wood 12; to: assistant JV coach last year, has
The preseason football Jamboree Keith Jenkins, ... and Care Defensive end: Chris Dinkins, Ed been named head JV coach and will
is set Friday, Sept. 4 on Bradford Williams" 1L Douglas Jimmy Long who has also be the varity basketball coach.
Out Wideout.
Widerecenvr: Chas Dinka has recmeied from a hernia operationand Coach Hurse is also looking for Checking a ..
will Interlachen play the first High and Union Bradfordand High been switched from tight end to to working out; Mike Elder,and two JV coaches, one for backs and Dr. Pete Gtanas checks out the eyes of speedster Chris Dinkins, who
quarter. wideout Darren Patterson. Mathew Aibntton. one for the line. will be with
; ; a dangerous wldeout this coming football season a
the In
terlachen Keystone and High second.the LaDce W"1CZiB. Ie;Shaun DIUs.U; Defensive tackle: Clarence David Tew, who has coached the ophthalmoscope.Dr. .
and Bradford and Keystone Union High third the Kevin Crawford.U; Robert Thorpe William Dane Clark. Andy Tison wrestling team for the past several Gianas gave the football players preseason physicals Tuesday
fourth 12; Cam Ward. 12; Pedro Carter. Junior c vedo. Chris Durban Allan years, has been named dean of night In the field.
quarter. Quarterback:John Berry,....nd Wood Brian Kendrick. students at the middle school. Since
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tithe bottom of the seventh the Jr.
Devin Jackson. Eric
against a strong team from North Duncan.
Stars quickly got two outs, but
Traugott aDd Jeff Carver each had
Roxboro Reds.
Carolina the
tat.Knights. ralBed for 5 runs to tie the score at 20
The Roxboro team was to go one -2O,with Dwayne Allen's hit scoringthe
Luna onQag
undefeated in the tournament 5-0,
tying runs.
24. Stars 22.
to win their first National Champion The Knights scored the winning
In the longest and highest scoring runs on a coaching decision that
ship.Roxboro of the the Tfie Lowest Liquor Prices In
defeated the Royal Pharmacy game tournament backfired.With the outfield playing
Rangers from Tifton, Ga. 5-4 Stars were eliminated 2*-22 by the
in on a batter that had no hits for the
in the championship game. Knights of South Clayton Ala. lorida Sire 5fere 1t
game and nothing out of the infield, ax...
The top four teams to finish were: The game lasted 2 boors 2* the batter drove a line drive in the
1) Roxboro Reds,North Carolina,2) minutes in 1A2 degree weather.
gap for a 3nm homer to highlight a 4
Royal Pharmacy Rangers, Tifton. There were Ml official at bats 4C
run Inning for a 24-20 lead.
Ga., 3) Jasper Merchants, Jasper. runs and 50 base bilL ie:1!
TIle Jr. Stars came back with 2runs :
In the first the Junior Stars PRICES BEGIN THURS. AUGUST 13th.
Indiana, 4) Tifton Bandits Tifton, inning: in the bottom of the eighth, but AUGUST
scared arts walks THRU WED. 19th.
2 runs on no two .
the rally was killed by a -
Ga.The questionable
top finisher from Florida was and one error for a 2-S first inning double play and a fine diving AT OUR STARKE LOCATION' ONLY. II
the Pasadena Lakes Swamp Frogs In catch in center field to hold the
who finished 5th. losing to the Rox- the top of the second the South .
Stan short by 2 runs.Final score 24-
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Rangers. hits and 1 erxor. Jr. Stars Hitters for the game BACARDI
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opened a 3- 0 lead on two triples a Tbe third inning saw die tCimtf isscore 2-for-4;Dwayne AlIen 2-for-3; Devin _
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The Junior Stars managed only I-for-L r.. ss.tot.
two walks and no runs in their half of Stars. BA -w _
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hits and 2 errors,for a 9- lead.
four innings with Roxboro holding a
Lading for the team
lead. The Jr. Stars came back with a 2
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Riding High...

Daring canine skis waters of Lake Brooklyn


By Mark FriecllID who's used to their antics by now. Walter tried to skiing at their
BCT Staff Writer pilots their powerboat. friend's house on Lake Brooklyn.
Boaters and swimmers froliclng In "He skis and I ride along with him "Goldens lore toe water" Robin
the water on these hot steamy day on the hydroslide,"says Robin. "We said. "And when we would try to ski
r may be excused If they look up from go in tandem. The slower speed of when be was about nine months old
I L 1 1 their recreation and do a double the hydro lide is perfect for lithe Just had to Going
take. tie water bob 1ide. We have a great the boat wasn't enough had to be
! They might Just spot the one and time." back where the action was."
only skliing dog of the Lake Region Don't think this dog was forced in- Soone thing led to another and
p area. to performing like some trained clrone day aa Robin and Savanahh
Robin Little of Starke and her CUB animal. Robin says Savannah were going through their nsual argument
faithful flog Savannah even enjoy a being a Golden Retriever which in the shallows manila the
little double skiing behind their boat like Labradora love the water
while Robin's husband Walter "wouldn't stay away V when she anJ. *.. !.... .

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Savannah take a quick trip areaud Lake Brooklyn In This water-loving Golden Retriever Is also a top
Keystone Heights behind a powerboat owned by show dog and added water skiing to his ac- o es S6d-538Y2_ .t' 68=11?
matter RoMa Little,Starke. compUshments when he was Just nine months old. ,

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I "Black Thursday": Effects and Aftermath in Bradford County. I

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Hoover Days. According to Gordon V. Axon, ture of the United States from its financial needs.In For the decade, 1918-1928, the brokers were instructed to buy "at
The term conjures up visions of author of "The Stock Market Crashof beginning In the late 18th century,up the post war period the New American was fueled by market" meaning whatever price
hard times to those who lived 1929,"the debacle...ranks as the to World War I, during which time York Stock Exchange(NYSE! )was a automobiles economy and construction. The the stocks were then bringing.
through the 1930's,and yet there was most shocking financial event in the the U.S.was capital poor.The nation private club often with more con- economy was strong and times Ticker tapes, state of the art
little or nothing President Herbert history of the United States. The could not generate enough capital to sideration for its members than the were Americans beganto machines of the day, ran two hours
Hoover could have done to preventthe events of 1929 are unique. Stock meet its needs, since it was expan- investing public. The bankers and believe prosperous.that good times were to behind in posting selling prices, so
disaster which befell the nation, prices were so high, and conditionswere ding so rapidly and its population money lenders were an aristocracyof last forever. buyers were really obligating
and the world, Thursday, October such that when prices of was growing so fast. finance says Axon with no By 1929,a speculative mood swept themselves to unknown sums of
24, 1929. Hoover had been in office securities began to tumble, they Prior to 1914. when WWI began scruples by the stock the nation,with the stock market beIng money. When the decline came
less than eight months. brought down the whole business the financial capital of the world was "The cards were stacked," with the main topic of conversation brokers sold out their clients, often
It has come to be known as"Black structure.The collapse helped bringon centered in London. The war siders and speculators having secret throughout.It was generally thought times leaving them with no stock
Thursday," the day the bottom fell the great depression,and usheredin devastated England and the financial information.Stocks were often rigg- that stock prices would never but owing huge amounts of money.
out of the stock market, and the a new era of government regula- center of the world moved to ed.There seriously decline. The bull market began in 1925,
onset of an unparalleled depression, tions of stock exchanges and New York. By 1920, the world was was no governmental Without regulation, stocks were consolidated in 1920, prepared the
affecting every segment of th. banks." looking to the great markets and regulation of stock exchanges or sold on margin at times with as lit- way for sharp advances in 1927-281
American, society. Axon traces the! financial_1 struc banks of the United States for its banks said Axon. .____ tleas_! 5 or_ 10 percent down, andWthizDixth and saw 1929 as the year of
hysterical boom and gigantic col
lapse. Stocks rose or fell 20 points
(dollars) a day in wild gyrationsand

: The swings.Federal Reserve Board did
not have the power to fix margin requirements -
,or otherwise control the
The upheaval was under way
before Hoover took office. The die
was cast and would run its course.
The manufacture of automobilesand
new construction slowed in 1928,
PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RESERVED RIGHTS' but the public took little notice. The

THURS. WED., -::::.:;':":.:'" nation was on a binge.
Between 1929 and 1932, the
AUGUST 13-19, 1987 on.. ,_ cent.
Railroad securities dropped 90

on the NYSE fell 60 percent
YOU CAN COUNT ON to less than 30 percent of 1929.
Profits declined more than 75 per-
cent, with major industries
automobiles, steel and

Utilities losing on the money.other hand, lost

WINN.DIXIE FOR A LOWER only 33 percent including telephone
stock.Axon says,"People were talk-
ing more, buy enjoying it less.They
had plenty to talk about."
Farm prices fell 60 percent or

TOTAL GROCERY BILL. more.Germany laboring under impossible -
reparations, imposed by the
allies at the end of the war, and suf-
fering inflation, where it was said
that it took a "wheel borrow of
START SAVING TODAY money to buy a loaf of bread,"final-
ly collapsed.England abandoned the
gold standard.

: arA'er from 91 to 7; General foods,82 to 18;
STARKE U.S.Steel,261 to 21; Radio Corporation -
of America, 115 to 2; N.Y. Cen-
ee- 470 W MADISON ST. tral Railroad, 256 to 9; Southern
Railroad.165 to 2.
Many other stocks dropped off the
board never to return. Their losses

o T w-D awl u.s.OKHCt rums CUT were 100 percent.

VIVA c CHUCK Bradford County...
61 91C In 1930, Bradford County was

TOWELS . .J MO ROAST . Is. stock unable to market escape the collapse effects of with the

Alt CHINOS (VACUUM BAO) A :="" TURKEY $709,000 in 1929tO$422,000 in 1930 for
ASTOR approximately the same 2 million
$199 29C
I-LI quarts of berries produced in the
+ COFFEE . BAG WINGS . uW county.
'*...SIZI_ *BftAMO U.1.CMOICSCALIFORNIA Growers averaged 21 cents a quart
for their berries in 1930.
DIXIE The Telegraph continued the first
2 $100 $157. six months of 1930 with routine ads
ROAST. placed by the two Starke banks,and
. ? extensive ads by the business com-
2O orr VtMCMPI munity.There was little in the paperto
discern the magnitude of the
: : IVORY SALAD KQc situation at the time.The paper did
UT86c not mention any possibility of either

= (jiI' LIQUID . iLLc o.a > TOMATOES . .. failures local bank were failing beginning even though to be com-bank

MIDtUM monplace throughout the state and

TETLEY $199 SUPERBRAND the On nation.June 13, 1930, a short article
1 3ge stated the Bank of Starke issued 10
., TEA BAGS . SIZE EGGS . . wzMAffVIST percent dividend checks for
niSMJUMBO depositors of the defunct State Bankof
CILLO uo w Lawtey,The article went on to say
FItso! i itOOTEA TAGLESS -. $428 the Bank of Starke had liquidatedthe
99C assets of both the State Bank of
TEA BAGSFOUNTAIN lCMm HONEYDEWS ISUMMftAMD Lawtey and the Citizens Bank of
; -- . SIlt EACH Raiford successfully. Concerningthe
Ail rUIVOM Raiford bank The Telegraph
:- stated, "Its affairs were likewise
FRESH :3 SWISS | $ OD handled without a moment's. in-
59C convenience to depositors.
REFILL VffIOULAK \ .-- '-. YOGURT . $ t&
: I I Bradford County Bank...
:=" Friday June 27, 1930. The
\) > : : BUDWEISERBEER $ MADISON HOUSE 00 Telegraph carried a surprisinglyshort
ru 297 3 $1 article on the front page,
I2-ML POT PIES. stating "Local Bank Closes Doors.*'
r/ i . . CANS & The article:
DIXII DARLINO PIMA CO1ABA BrMMTMBBV. DAIQUIRI, "Starke experienced its first bank
MAl TAI,MABOABITA mr PtACM failure last week when the Bradford
Y County Bank failed to open for
FAMILY 87c cPL BACARDI business Saturday (June 21) morn-
't LOAF. 69C ing. A notice posted on its doors,
. lri rUif- ,1'un MIXERS' . .SIZE I-tl. signed by George C. White, state
( IOULAR w IOVCAU ALL VARIITIU bank examiner stated the institu-
1f' I ( tion had been closed by its directorsto
CHEK protect depositors.The Bank was
68c SENSODYNE4u $257 capitalized at $40,000 and carried
\ DRINKS . 2t tiMUUtC. deposits of$351,068.73 on June 4th.
I News of the closing apparently
ALL VAllmlS caused excitement in the ,
-- no city

PEPSI PEPSI 9 9 C FINESE $ 99 Bank business of Starke being through carried the on day at in the an

= 2 orderly manner and at no time was
COLA . t m = = CONDITIONER % there evidence of a run on the re-
maining bank. The Bank of Starke
MUM*DA1I remained until
open o'clock Satur-
SLICEDBACON $161 TURKEY day to take care of any business,and
$459 at the close of the day reported the
opening of several new accounts anda
. u BREAST HALF substantial increase in deposits.
\\ . La. in
I-\\h i W-O BBAND u.s. CHOKI C1NTU CUT 7. ONI are now engaged
INCH up on the affairs of the
I check
ii CHUCK APPLE County Bank, and when
$137 $188 this is completed a statement will

STEAK . UL PIE. I probably officials.be Issued" by the state..
. . EACH banking
The Bank of Starke and the
AVAILABLE IN DEU STORES ONLY Farmers and Dealers Bank of Lake
u Butler both had ads In the same
issue of The Telegraph. The
Farmers and Dealer Bank adver-
! tised Capital $25,000 and Surplus

i i OVER 10,000 EVERYDAY our$25,000 Depositors., with the"mFiUSafety and for

Fg, ov Dealers Bank
LOW PRICES weathered the depression without
I closing its doors.
TO GIVE YOU A In early July the paper carriedthe
I POM annoujvement that Joseph E.
i LINE Wilson of Starke was appointed as liquidator -
I LOWER FOOD BILL of the Bradford County
zS GUARANTEE Bank. The appointment was made
by the State Comptroller after

ooD any COMPARE OUR PRICES-YOU'LL LIKE THE SAVINGS! was Wilson engaged posted in a realestateinStark.$15.000 bond. Wilson,

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Members of the 653rd Eng Det. Camp Standing FL, got enough bus riding to last them a 111 time while
doing annual training Germany for 21 days.They used bus transportation lor everything from chow call,pay I
iki call, work call and touring. Sp4 Horace Nichols commented, "give me back my wheels and I'iTbe Iree of
bussing forever."

ing. "Everything Is filled with
something productive, either farm I
products or forest," Bryant said. Feltner receives promotion in GermanyLarry
The arrival of the 653rd to
Baumholder Army Post in
v Southwest Germany was the climaxof D.Feltner, a member of the Germany was his promotion to E-2.
+ a long, hard preparation periodfor 653rd Engnr Detachment from Company Commander Captain
Sgt. Jeff Moore and Sgt. Shawn Camp Blanding, was one of the per- Larry Stubbs promoted Felton in a
Hart. Moore and Hart are full time sonnel that traveled to Baumholder, company formation during the first
administrative technicians for the Germany for annual training. week in Germany. Feltner just
unit, and responsible for getting Feltner is a truck driver for the unit. recently returned from basic training
everything ready for the exercise. While in Germany he worked with and specialty training with the
Their work began last fall when they the Germany nationals in the Army. He is the son of Clyde and
began getting personnel records mechanic area at Baumholder Moody. Feltner attendedBradford

ready for deployment, including get- The highlight of Feltner's trip to and Union High Schools
joining the National Guard.Hours .
Mission. ting and dental records updated
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All play and no work makes for a boring time. Yes. the 853rd Eng. Det. did perform a mission while in Germany. briefings, getting mobilizationfiles o+ +sY oNoNo -
I ready, and getting orders cut \ 9-30-5.3D: M-P -
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more on and scheduling transportation, and 1:311-4:00: : Sat.
National Guard Training in GermanyFrom ne'coordinating'. payroll for the person- jo Ann'sA (N4))964-1547!

Moore and Hart also came to Ger- specialty Gift: shop g
Pag 1 many in March on a precamp orien- /
women of the unit. The bus was troops, because few of them brought tation. This gave them a feef for the
due to a thunderstorm, it was traveling the speed limit, and the field jackets or civilian coats. Sgt. problems the unit might encounter
delayed after taxiing out for takeoff. rest of the vehicles were driving Shawn Hart, full time Ad. while in Germany. )' were also FOR YOUR BACK TO SCHOOL items, we have ballpoint
The plane had to return to the 35-60 miles faster than the bus. Sgt. ministrative Spec. for the unit, was briefed on what the job would be pens In fruit flavors and with a heart stamper. Non-
ramp area for refueling, and was Joe Paige from Raiford said he was seen wearing a field jacket along while in Germany, and a briefing of sharpening pencils with erasers, bows, teddys hearts,
three hours late getting to Boston. amazed that there wasn't any speed with other warm clothing during the job function for which the unit
and brush
The plane was also late from Boston limit on the autobahn. much of the time in Germany.One would be responsible. Their telephones elephants. Art pens
and due to strong headwinds had to This unit was use to training in the of the other apparent differences preparation enabled' the unit to get that work like a brush but no clean upl
put down in Shannon, Ireland, to hot Florida sun, which averages was the fact that populationin to Germany and back to the states Red, yellow, blue & pink lunch boxes with thermos
refuel. They arrived in Frankfurt, 90-100 degrees during the summer Germany is very dense comparedto without any major problems. and our favorite secret straw canteens.To .
Germany, 27 hours after departing time. The arrival at Frankfurt airport what we are used to in the united Primary purpose of the 6S3rd'5 personalize books use our rubber stamp
FlorIda. That was the beginning of was their first encounter with States. Two and three story housing mission at Baumholder was to provide your
an exciting drive to Baumholder, cool type weather The first cold units,side by side,were a contrast to utility support to the Directorate book plate. Teacher's pet rubber stamp sets are
where the unit would be staying for wave to hit Germany in ten years, single housing units found on acres of Engineering!: and Housing popular with teachers.we .
the next three weeks. occurred while the troops were of land in Florida. Sgt. Jimmie C. and to establish a working relation-
,there. Thetemperatures averaged Bryant, from Starke, stated the Germans ship with civilian work force which appreciate your patronage!
The drive to Baumholder" the 50-57 degrees at night, but there was utilized all available land for -- -

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ObituariesMary Lee Wagner Miller na Beach; daughter-in-law, ElenoraB. Oaks Nursing Center in Gainesville Salter Coral Springs; one sister, Born January 27 1894 in Starke, Crosby, Castlepoint, NY; several
Sapp,New Smyrna Beach; eleven following a long Illness. Velva Goodwin Birmlngrim: AL; 4 Mr. Crosby was a lifetime residentof nieces and nephews.
Mary Lee Wagner Miller, 76, of great-grandchildren; 1 great-great- Born October 16, 1896 In grandchildren and 8 great- Starke. He was a charter memberof Funeral services were held in
Brooker, died Saturday at the Brad grandchild. Johnstown, FL Mrs. Green movedto grandchildren. Madison St. Baptist Church; a DeWitt C.Jones Chapel Wednesday,
ford Hospital Starke after an ex Funeral services were held Mon Starke in 1939! from Raiford. She Funeral services were held in retired farmer; veteran of WWI, August 12,with Rev. Leaton Morgan
tended illness. day, August 10, at Baldwin-Hughey was a homemaker and a member of DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Monday, U.S. Army. conducting the services. Burial was
Mrs. Miller was born in Archer Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- August 10, with Rev Bob Cooper Survivors Include his friend and in Crosby Lake Cemetery under the
and had lived in Brooker most of her David Starkey officiating. Entombment Day Saints. conducting the services. Burial was legal guardian, Mrs. Louise Tailey direction of Jones Funeral Home of
life. She was a homemaker and a was in Bellevue Memorial Survivors include two daughters in Hampton Cemetery under the _of Starke; one brother. W. R. Starke.
member of the Methodist faith. Park Daytona Beach. Baldwin- Palmer Copland of Waldo and Lottie direction of Jones Funeral Home of
Survivors include two stepdaughters Hughey Funeral Home of New Leggett of Starke; six sons, Clinton Starke. Foxy ;: Foxy
Lillian Speer of Huntsville Smyrna Beach was in charge of ar L. of Winter Garden, Therl J. of Clothes Clothesci
TX and Pauline Long of rangements. Jacksonville, Aubrey T. of Waldo, Lonnie William Page Jr. GII..llIIZA/t
Lakeland; five step-grandchildren; Luther of Carlsbad NM,Percy R, Lonnie William Page, Jr., 57, of
several nieces and nephews. Helen Sharon Stone & Tim R. Green of Starke; one Lawtey,died Thursday,August 6, in
Graveside services were held sister Effie Green of Crescent City Charleston SC while vacation ) I / L
Laurel Hill Helen Sharon Stone, 25, of Deer ; on lI..biYliIN/8I1I11I' .
Tuesday, August 11, in Springs Lake in Keystone Heights, 23 grandchildren; 36 great due to a sudden illness.
Cemetery Overstreet In Archer with Rev.Archer A. H. died Wednesday,Aug. 5,at BradfordHospital grandchildren; 1 great-great Born November 5, 1929 in Megg, ; 1$1 ; 3 3 to
officiating.of Butler is in following an automobile accident grandchild. GA, Mr. Page was i lifetime resident = 8a
Funeral Home Lake
on SR 221 near Hampton.Mrs. Graveside services were held of Lawtey. He was a member of -'-' 8i! .
charge of arrangements. Stone was born January 3, Monday, August 10, at Sapp the Baptist faith; an engineman for g aiOZ -- M 5i
William Lawton Clyatt 1962 in North Miami, FL and moved Cemetery in Raiford with Bishop U.S. Navy; member Fleet Reserve a ii I R'!J ) C (D
to Keystone Heights in January,1987 Leslie Folsom, Elder William O. Assn.; veteran WWII Korean War & al D.. I -a !! _e.
William Lawton Clyatt 84, of Providence from Hampton. She had formerly Copeland and Elder Wilford Jordan Vietnam conflict. gs g5 \
died Wednesday night at lived In Keystone Heights ff'n 1972 conducting the services. Jones Survivors inlcude his wife, Kimlyo / o BRH 5
the Lake City Medical Center afteran to 1981. Mrs. Stone attended the Funeral Home of Starke was In Yoshida Page; one son, James 7; extended Illness. Keystone Heights Community charge of the arrangements. "Buddy" Page of Lawtey; one : OFF ANY PURCHASE OF .
Mr. Clyatt was born and had lived the of :8$1 *1lE
Church; attended Keystone daughter, Donna Lee Ackerman "
his entire life in Providence. He was Heights Community Church; was a VerdoSalter Orlando; 2 grandchildren. :J I $5. or more. ()
an auto mechanic and owned hairdresser. Verdo Salter,91, of Hampton, died Funeral services were held in 5 ;ll1I.nDIIIIIIIIJJJII.IIIIIII.I IIJI I I.III.II.II.II'f' a X
Clyatt's Gargae in Providence for Survivors include her husband, suddenly Friday, August 7, at his DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Monday, |j : = o
several years, and had also owned David Alan Stone,Sr.; two children, home in Hampton.Born August 10,with Chaplain Glen Busby g 8 }}f S7 5
auto garages in Gainesville. He wasa Amanda Michelle & David Alan September 13, 1895 in Quin- conducting the services. Burial was
member of Old Providence Baptist Stone, Jr.; mother, Sharon G. Tot- ton, AL, Mr Salter moved to Hampton in Kingsley Lake Cemetery with 964-5650 i'' f
Church. man, Keystone Heights; three in 1963 from Fairburn, GA. He military rites at graveside. Arrangements ?,
Survivors include his wife, Ruby brothers, Michael Ridgeway, was a member of Victory Baptist were under the direction Foxy 101 Edwards Rd. Foxy ;
Mildred Edenfield Clyatt; one Keystone Heights, Bill Youmans of Church in Hampton; a retired of Jones Funeral Home of [Clothes 9:30-6:00: : Starke Mon-Sat Clothes f i
daughter, Mable O'Steen of Middleburg and Jim Gruenwald of foreman for R.H. Bouligny Electric Starke. I iI
_ Alachua; one son,C.L.Clyatt of Pro- Gainesville; two sisters, Kandi Const. Co.; retired veteran WWI, ii ir
vidence;: two sisters, Elsie Tuggle Gruenwald of Keystone Heights and U.S. Navy; member of the VFW. llerschell Knight Crosby r
and Alice Harper, both of Pro- Virginia Gurenwald of Detroit, MI; Survivors include his wife, Hazel Herschell Knight Crosby 93, of SAWYER i
vidence; 11 grandchildren; 20 great- grandmother, Virginia Jalbert of Myrtis Alexander Salter; one Starke,died Sunday,August 9,in the
grandchildren; great-great- Hollywood, FL. daughter JoAnn Gartland, TheWoodlands V.A. Hospital in Lake City followinga I
grandchildren.Funeral Funeral services were held in the ,Texas; one son, Cecil H. long illness.
services were held Satur- Community Church Saturday,
day,August 8, in the Old Providence August 8, with pastor Rev. Buddy
Baptist Church with Rev. Lewis Friedlin conducting the services.
Berry, Rev. Ennis Harper and Rev. Burial was in Keystone Heights
Ron O'Steen officiating. Burial was Cemetery under the direction of f1)fI@fk @ !Th @O IJmL1
in Old Providence Cemetery under Jones Funeral Home of Keystone l70 @ @ !
the direction of Archer Funeral Heights.
Home of Lake Butler.

Joela Thorn Cecile Cecile S. Mitchell Mitchell, 82, of Santa Fe @[JJ@@ @ Lt 1@rraaborc i
Joela (Jo) Thorn, 83, of North Lake in Melrose died Sunday
Warren, PA, died at noon Friday, August 9, in Bradford Hospital\
July 31, at her residence after a following a lingering illness.
lengthy illness. Born in Pine Mountain, GA, Mrs.
She was born May 26, 1904, in Pike Mitchell moved to Santa Fe Lake in REFRIGERATORS
County, Ind., a daughter of the late 1971 from Jacksonville where she
William and Mary Bacon Coan, and had lived from 19571971. Mrs. Mit
had lived in North Warren for 30 chell attended the Keystone United
years. After graduating from high Methodist Church; taught in the
school in Washington, Inc., she at- Orlando Public School System in fmm$428RER
tended Indiana State University in earlier years; a graduate of Brenau
Terre Haute, and also Chicago College, Gainesville, GA; majors in
University, and graduated from Music and English; was an honorarylife
Eureka College, Eureka IL. She member & past president of the ; EiJ !
school in Washington, IN
taught ; San Marco Garden Club; an I''
Brc jujv hfe it not a apactanw<," I'r
IL In-
Starke, FL; Washington ; honorary life member of the r
idanapolis, IN; and Warren. In War- Southside Woman's Club; was an accredited Gibson r I'r
ren, she taught advanced placementand judge for the American SAVE 10 50% all shoes OVER 200 MODELS I'I r
honors English. She was a Camellia Society; member of the REEBOK NIKE AVIA ADIDAS and more! I I
member of First United Methodist Gainesville Camellia Society; Admiral Wll
Church of Warren; the Blude Stock- member of the Keystone Heighs BACKPACK SALE STARTS 8/22U I
ing Club of Warren, and the General Woman's Club; member of the Gen. Home Appliances W Am I
Joseph Warren Chapter of the Joseph Finnegan Chapter, U.D.C., 9
Daughters of the American Revolu- Keystone Heights; formerly activein 1504 N.W13 ST
_. tion. P.T.A. and a Den Mother in the \ llOYD HWY.. 441 1 Ml. N. of UF)
Survivors include her husband,
Cub Scouts In Jacksonville; -
Julius L.Thorn; two sons,Phillip L. served in the Auxiliary, Baptist I'IARKE Gainesville, FL LAUNDRYD
Thorn of Okmulgee,OK and George Hospital. :' Hours: M-TH 10-7
Thorn of Newport, VA; a brother, Survivors include her husband, ', : Frl&Sat 10-8
Deforest Coan of Valparaiso, IN; Ivan J. Mitchell; a son, Joel I. Mitchell SPORTS Sun 12-6 S Washers $ '
four grandchildren. of Jacksonville. 2 3 8 98
Funeral services were held Monday Funeral services were held in from from
Aug. 3, at First United DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in Keystone
Methodist Church with Rev. H. Heights Tuesday, August 11, with
Donald Lash pastor officiating. Rev. David Landers conducting the
Private burial was In Oakland services. Burial was In Oaklawn AkFASTTOGO _
Cemetery under the direction of Cemeter in Jacksonville under the [ -
Peterson-Blick Funeral Home. direction of Jones Funeral Home of

Keystone Heights.In .
IN MEMORY OF lieu of flowers, her family requests 0 _
Woodrow Wilson Hicks donations to the American
Camellia Society, P.O. Box 1217, Ft.
BORN Valley, GA 31030.Pearlie. --

September22,1913Hampton, Florida O. Green Gibson L
ENTERED INTO REST Peuilie O. Green, 90, of Starke, ----
July 28, im died Thursday, August 6, in The

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Card of ThanksOur e Friday
Monday -
heartfelt thanks for all of the KING Gibson Fedders
: By Appointment

Your Crois'sanwich e
remembered.Mr. Bradford Hospital

.and Mrs. R.V.Durranceand family r 922 East Call Street $1 45 433 S. Temple Ave.

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Card of ThanksA i 964-60OO \ Stark, FL 32001

person goes through this life but r 6AS GRILLSL
once on this earth.There is no way to -
truly know or measure the strengthof
an out-stretched hand or a kind
word in a time of need. There is no from $

way my family and I can go to each faith Christian LcacCemy '
of you and say thank you. So,
through this message,we would like
to show our deepest and most "wriereyesusChristuLorelanrfourCkidrenCanStillPray' :&
sincere appreciation for all of the
beautiful cards, flowers, and kind
words that gave us the strength to
face these past trying days; and, in _
our simplest and most humble way NOW ENROLLING GRADES K-4-8th /a
to each of you, we would like to say
thank you and God Bless you. Bible Based ABEKA Curriculum f
Harold David Skeerr .,s d I ISaar Ie

Bessie E.Bessie Sapp,E.99,of Sapp New Smyrna God Helps His Children ij''r,?

Beach,FL,died Friday.August flew? in Ec da y 2V&6 SaetMun
Ocean View Nursing Home in
'1 Smyrna Beach. All thy children shall be taught of the Lord and great shall be the peace of thy children. Isaiah 54:13:
Mrs. Sapp was born in Heilbron Sponsors needed for Christian Education. Your tax deductible gift In any amount will help to train a future
\ Springs FL and moved to the New Christian leader.
Smyrna Beach area S years ago
from Raiford. She was a FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 475-2508 475-2554
homemaker and a member of the ,

1 First Baptist Church, New SmyrnaHeadL Located One Mile West of Traffic Light on SR 26 in Melrose 332 W. MADISON ST. PH. 964-7701

include four grand HOURS: 8A-5P Mat-Fr1*Opan Sal 8A-Nooo
1 Survivors P.O. Box 609 Melrose FL 32666
children.Jack,Gerry and Jim SaW,
and Barbara Hall, all of New Smyr-


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The name remains but no furniture will be made In this building which the Starke Fire Department and Lawtey Correctional Institution,
According to firefighters the mutual aid could not have been better. was destroyed by fire early Sunday. August 9. morning. The factory responded to the blaze, which eventually engulfed the holiness.
Two firefighter., James Tyler and Robert Marshall were taken by employed 47 people and had recently expanded with the purchase of The lack of water supply was the problem according to LCI Chief Jerry
Rescue to Bradford Hospital where they were treated for possible back another factory and equipment.The Illggutbotham. We have the largest tanker In the county 2.500 gallons,
and hip Injuries i ,according to Paramedics Steve Futch and Nelson Green. fire was reported by passers-by who noticed an orange glow inside but It wasn't enough, said Higginbotham, we need more large tankers.
State L Fire Marshall Jerome Gant spent 2%days at the scene.He called the building about 2:20 a.m., according to Investigator David Aderholt. When we arrived the fire was through the roof and we Just could not put It
In the CrIme Scene Van for an arson reenactment Just as a precaution,he Volunteer fire departments from:. throughout! Bradford County Waldo. out.
said It was too large an area.(6,500
square feet for him to handle alone.
Gant said on Wednesday they found no suspicion of anything to Indict arson Your child b* able to hold onto e drinking glass better W you
at this time young may
but due to the value of In Union
the business Juveniles Charged
aspects. they were covering all BurglariesTwo place two tight rubber bands around the glass an Inch or so apart. This

The business continued Monday morning on a small scale with the making male Juveniles were arrested ing, but we are continuing our ins makes It easier for little hands to hold.CBruce .
of rattan furniture In the warehouse on the corner of Cherry and last week and charged with the rash! vestigation."
0ro w nice* of burglaries which have occurred The two Juveniles are in detention
during the past two weeks in Lake under the custody of HRS.

..- Butler.
; A 15-year-old from Lake Butler Pollock

and a 17-year-old from Lake City FliP To Man M.D.
have been charged with ten counts of Board Certified
burglary and two counts of criminal CheckpointsBradford Family Physician
mischief, according to Sheriff Jerry CountyThe
/ Whitehead and Investigator Larry
/ Cochran. Florida Highway Patrol
"We think we have solved the pro- will be conducting driver license
MOBILE r yrh blem we were having in Lake and vehicle inspection check
"' Butler," said Whitehead. We have points during the week of August
HOME CENTRAL AIR rbr had many complaints of damaged 14 thru August 20 On SR-21, _
A top nolth unit especially desig mail boxes in addition to the more SR-100, SR-230, SR-18, SR-16, I
ed for mobile homes Ask about serious breaking and entering of the CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B, CR-225 i
Mite lot where CR-123, CR-229, CR-231, CR-227,
down special. were van-
g Tntggtq our no money
dalized and CR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A in is pleased
Save icuo7rjdaq ZU eh Saw approximately $1,200 .
j e2rr worth of tools were taken, the laun- Bradford County.Recognizing
dromat and vehicles where the danger h1 to announce
money _
and radios were taken and the presented to the public by defective -
burglary of the auto parts store,said vehicle equipment Trooperswill additional office
Whitehead. Most of the stolen tools concentrate their efforts on C hours
and radios have been recovered, vehicles being operated with
332 W. MADISON ST. PH. 964-7701 said Sheriff Whitehead. "There is defects such as baa brakes,worn by
still a small amount items miss- tires and defective lighting equip appointment
S ment. In addition, attention will
be directed to drivers who would ,, Tuesday evenings
I violate the driver license laws of

,. ORlAN WELLS 1J I ; Florida.The Patrol has found these F: Saturday morningsr'A1f

i i checkpoints to be an effective '
means of enforcing the equip-
Chevrolet Oldsmobile l 4 : ment and driver license laws of
Florida while insuring the protec-:
tion of all motorists.

Our office is located behind
.i- Union CountyThe '
Florida Highway Patrol Lake Butler Hospital ...."
will be conducting driver license
and vehicle inspection checkpoints Hand Surgery Center

during the week of August 850 East Main St., Lake Butler
14 through August 20 on SR-100,
SR-121, SR-231, SR-241, SR-238,
CR-18, CR-237, CR-229, CR-125, Call 496-0092 for an appointment
CR-231A CR-24A and CR-796A in Blue Cross/Blue Shield PPC Provider
Union County.


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I News BriefsCrystal Jax Woman is County's8th

Lake Man New River Correctional Institution Sheriff Jnnrr *!....-.* to GUoousen was cited for Traffic FatalityA
tnamte Robot Butter- --.GI&-tllealllldltotiaa unlawful speed.
Dies On Bike RideA worth was one of eight! inmates 62-year-old Crystal Lake man "community work squar"* SB aoenr 8k Yeniketldnot>Wasrm tQrt Last Week's Pot Pull 22-year-old Jacksonvillewoman estimated speed was 65 mph.The
died early Tuesday evening Starke at 10 a jn.when be reciev- o a thugs ...-a ... Nets 80 Plants became Bradford Coun accident accordingtoHomicide'
ed permission from the correctional 7:30 a.m.,
August 11,on the side of the road ty's eighth traffic fatality this
during a bike ride. officer to go into some Approximately 80 plants ranging year. Seven of the fatalities occurred Investigator Calvin Pace.
James Warren Smith was pronounced bushes relieve himsnif. Brac1fcnI Bnne iD size from two feet to five in six accidents since June Another vehicle fatality, listedas
dead at the scene, apparently After about five minutes the f- feet tall were pulled and 11 or within the past eight weeks. non-trafflc, occurred May 15
of a heart attack. Smith ficer checked and found Batter- Ag&mTtogKSinBaoisia destroyed Wednesday,August 5, when Brandy Lynn Taylor,
and his wife had been riding worth had left the area. July in Bradford County. Sheila Ann Ackerman, in a 177 18-month-old toddler from Hampton -
bicycles but had taken different Prison officers and sheriff1 A*part of the continuing effortbetween Ford pickup truck, was east- died from injuries received
routes back home, according to deputies began "escape and Bra Sun Csy lascneaegpaededIbiR3oralsd the Florida Highway bound on CR-18 just off US-301 when a vehicle backed over her
Investigator David Aderholt. A recapture"effort after the officer: _8** Patrol and Bradford County when her vehicle ran off the pave- three days earlier.,
neighbor had seen Smith stan- reported the escape -which took: anarn d JID1t'diD& .OCf Sheriff Office, the marijuana. ment onto the north shoulder at To date the fatalities includesix
ding by his bike CR-18A and SE place on US-301 south. ranenrorStar..BCB SvnwsnryaQattOL which had been spotted by air: 12:30: a.m. The truck came back people who were In their 20's,
60th Ave. and thought he was Buttcrworth, 29, bad not been was found growing on small across the roadway going off onto one 16-year-old (a passenger)
resting. Later another neighbor found as of press time accordingto 'De III kaa IksegtiseafiYed plot.. Plants were pulled in the the south shoulder, rotated and one 14-year-old struck on his
found Smith on the ground with Superintendent James Want- !tuC 4Z Graham area.the Santa Fe Lake counter-clockwise and struck bicycle.Two .
his bike on him and called for wright and Brdford County Dwane.....,....Lc. area and again In the Griffis Loop several trees. The pickup over- of the accidents were
help sometime around 6 Sheriff's Office. JIIIIdII ftip meIbadHrp arcav according: to LL Glen turned, ejecting Ackerman who alcohol related with test results
Rescue 75 responded but Smith p.m. Most inmates at New River: aolt. ass pathma was Moone. was then pinned underneath the pending on two others accidents,
was already dead. Smith had a like Butterworth. are new inmates IW fcy StamaCiur and Involved in the hot dusty work vehicle, according to Trooper according to the Florida Highway
history of heart trouble and was housed there temporarily _____'1IJzIumaL ef clearings the plots during the Kenneth Ethridge. The pickup's!.. Patrol.
medication said Aderholt housed while awaiting rlassifiration Tie tRuyntdEty d ttIII! F-" paa two weeks were Deputy
on and transfer to another ..*. wwne totem ta BtradddSmgrfd DOug York Lt. Moore, Lt. t.,. .
Starke Woman prison. Ilaelkie pdIadIIs.1KaIIIac.rt wet.sa Winston Barber Sgt. David
Gets DOC Time Butterworth, who was serving +- ,IliDrb Goodnen Troopers Bill Abrams. .FQfE DST. atttL PRICE WISE Safo
30 months for a Palm Beach Shradsae4larslb3hinrtlaPlesthifnGaanescoJlla Cataa Pace Kenneth Ethridge.
A 27-year-old Starke woman, County armed robbery would Afil fen Donald! Dean and pilot Andy 9ifV1nl/.JSt-otu- *Vlc..
arrested many times for forgery, have been classified minimum or E&gUk .ae Brew vas Good
was sentenced to serve time in medium security and such inmates ttra ...s.1BIagIiIDaJllildlal K6 arrests have resulted but V combine to bring you / Thru
the Department of Corrections. usually are put to work Center and tttnw*to LUte f fm Butter: the investigations are continuing. li
Diana Marie Smith was soon after their arrival according Ihra d 9mgaap
sentenced Monday,August 10, by to a prison spokesperson. One SJBt !dt was ttrasspsroeI d Recent Arrests
Judge Osee Fagan to serve four >g_.. Ilie.ttoII 11II Iratavawifle In Bradford CountyThe I Is
years DOC on two charges of
burglary of dwelling,grand theft. Disabled VW ate anmdhw d iIJn- relhord following arrests in Bradford -
The prison time is to be followedby talk was 2L s.r.-. n.ama I County were made by local
five years probation. Stolen Twice woe as tandac JrI autIIorities. Wild

Smith was also found guilty of The owner of a 187 to gtnpilp wtasjFMrtfanr Raymond Lee Greenlee. 28, of old Lauders
three charges of violation of pro Volkswagen left the vehicle on _[ m7 pd mDLtit li9eveowme Lawtey was arrested August 7 on Turkey
bation. She was placed on five the side of SR-100 last Friday \ pierq/k eUgMm 11II 'resume and in a warrant charging violation of Thompson Scotch 101TMepaa
years probation for those because he was having car trouble b grogle probation for traffic arrests
charges, to run concurrent with but that didnt prevent fl I ate.Ilbra I tCcrurma sauitltrg. !tfo vttadle (DUI r according to Sgt. W. C.

her other probation.In from being stolen twice. taws to stall ftenox Greenlee was found passed mow., 1.73 lAUit3 LTR 750uont
May, 1986 Smith was arrested JohnJamea Edmon had parked woe out in front of Jessie's Lounge, a WILD
on nine charges of forgery, his VW near the fire tower:but victims I awj calUs were to tttermiftiiiis record; check revealed he was 29
uttering of a bank check. In Nov. when he returned the vehicle... dose juifl tllnw pranite7w wanted ion i Pinellas County 1 1 : ;a 799 NRKouE"Y 994h
were saQ5esrnig em 6seualdams. ?
she was found guilty given
bation and ordered to make pro missing.Bradford County's Lt. Glen Larry B. Lewis. 2S. of Starke
cadis woe!tab e6.tremee pa- was arrested August 9 for aggravated -
restitution to the nine victims of
VW between
Moore saw the : ttimck.QloetaWwaatb ....
cShg a4aolt1m.bwama battery according to
the forgery. The arrest this year Crosby Lake and Edwards Brad
: K.R.Hinds,Jr.Lewis
for after she and
burglary a codefendant
and notified the owner; bowrver
tanrnlled and IJtne Use!
were allegedly Jumped a victim and
stole guns from the before he could get there the VW Canadian
aIama. then California
Higgenbotham residence in pulled knife ran from the Bailey'sIrish
was again miming. when
I Lawtey also found her in violation Anyone seen the VW? scene help arrived When Lord Coolers -
I of her probation. QBrl toter arrested,Lewis tried to kick
Smith was transported to 'De mutt the window out of the patrol car. Calvert Cream
Florida Correctional Institutionat d'EZII-4b"!! tawatatikduemgJtsDysahdtvh according to Patrolman Hinds.
Lowell August 12. Escapee SuspectedIn .QuraLIIta Bond was set at 12,000. PK

AIDS Case a strutheeHneaalw: cMlltaa Traffic 750
Youth wemdeSme.3Qnor. .. 99
Charged Found in New York tanrton Howard Underwood 750.
With Cycle Theft 2Du was arrested August 11 for 599 '
Inmate Robert J. Grimmer la Jozies wilful-wanton reckless driving I
Robert Earl Terrell. 18, has who escaped from Union County ID S day ti+ cident fleeing attempting to elude, according -
been charged with grand theft Jail work squad in June as been to Investigator David
after he was found in possessionof arrested in New York City under Twa TSyear-fta lawttrjr bsystemrwd Aderholt.Bond was set at 101.25
a stolen motorcycle,accordingto the name Dominick Genovoe. earner MTifiiTt gong .... on each charge, he was released
Trooper David C. Myers. Genovese a name used before Ghee MItuIIP aettu set S mIII7uue&DIIIIIIIr on his own recognizance. 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGE
Terrell was arrested in Lawtey by Grimmer fits the description;; 5tintte16radin9l.ngamtlatlharaeesdtia
Monday night, August 10, on the 26 years old, white male *MT Jeffrey Allen Starling was ar- Starke -1 1 mile North of Starke on US 301'PATRICKS
motorcycle which was reported weighing 300 Pounds. Grimmer a JS3 Fw was wuttaaadon rested August 8 for dnving under
.1 stolen from Sampson Lake. Ter- pled guilty soliciting another i inmate SE-3S Wzytw1* FinnS influence and no valid driver's fBTT PACKAGE
rell said he had bought the cycle last summer to use a vial of Stop aot Sc3B pan. Glhnus: ifs license according to Lt Greg Keystone Heights
but had no paper work as proof of blood serum taken from an AIDS vehicle grand amuttnr ttntlte.mmun Nicholas He was released after a 100 Yds Oren 7 Days A Week 473-9718
: purchase, said Myers. patient as a murder weapon.He ran tJilI 1be w tsartclttaxfktatfsathmsdkdttesead S487.SO surety bond was posted. 100 on Hw 21 North
Bond was set at $1,000. Terrell was made a trustee inmate
was released on b sown after his no contest plea and tuB way moa ttte walkwthehethe.amtdearnmaadtaso
recognizance. agreement to testify agamst Ha .
f, mate Lee Adolph Dunn whose InneB. jHTitHTrtriic' to mnBgnr! W.
f i Inmate Escapes trial was postponed after Cmn- 31.a'--.
Starke Work Site mer's escape. Dunn is charged Gii'bn_ amt ....
with conspiring to poison a correctional .ItiebIrnI rte. _
l A convicted armed robber who officer by stealing the IIHJI ryu g*BBff_Mny tfri f fHl HT tIiodL
had spent only 13 days in prison blood and placing the same m the acDIftImC 4s Lamedta! IIWI01ilell1..a
t apparently decided last Thurs- officer's coffee. P.8UI1IiaIt.
day, August 6, that two weeks
would be too long. a

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shore as Robin was about to
hydroslide, she was struck with a
novel idea.
"He was being such pain about it
II I finally decided to let him try it one
", time so he would get scared and stayon
shore," Robin said. "I scooped M:1E rI
him out of the water, put him on the .
flat front part of the board and we -- ,

both went for a ride, slowly at first, '. ,
then up to speed which is much ,$T tU fU' J--3':! 1EZ .:e&:

slower for a hydroslide." : N,!=Jlt: ,t Nea:: ft'o:.. 1:'
I The radical plan to cure Savanah Herman. *:Market MiUer* <*rcswi' :Co ... 4- i
of his water habits didn't quite work :P644'64Z"4"00; ,; $
::1 out the way Robin had planned. .
started the board
'We going on
and I thought he would be scared of SAVE Up To $500 OD
the wind and speed, or the board or
something," Robin says. "But he TORO Riders
just put his nose into the wind, sat
back and enjoyed the whole thing.
We couldn't get him off the board
after a while. We got some funny
looks on the way around the lake,
believe me."
I Her eccentric but versatile Golden .H'r
I Retriever soon got used to the double
rides on the hydroslide and seemed .. To succeed it helpsto
I so comfortable, in fact so confident, _
that Robin decided he might be __
ready for a solo trip around the
I popular swimming spot. L7 d know the waters.
There wasn't enough room for, \ I
j both of us after a while, be was
, pushing me off the hydroslide."

"We bought the bobsled from a It&mwfngwbat lies beneath the surface Isbmrffrtat A bank that knows the waters. A bank that
store in Starke and it was Just Prices
to bank.That's where we give you knows future
made any you.Trust your to a bank that
right, Robin said. "It is for
little children and has a stable and advantages knows what lies beneath the surface. Farmers
steady ride." Start at "Ihfs"our hometown ao we know what people and Dealers Bank serving Union and Bradford
. "I stood beside the sled In the here need In a bank.And we can provide It. Counties longer than any other financial
\ shallows we started slowly and and Whether your financial needs Involve Institution.
then be ]just took off like he'd been $969.95 ftcwstmmopportunities or building andiraxJdeBng
doing all his life Robin said."He projects our knowledge of the area's
enjoys it and looks forward to his OUT economy businesses and property values will .
rides now; it's just like having a kid about with P4..t".nlf'lllll. as Low as icaHy pay off It takes locally owned .
who's just learned to ski." ,YEAR $4D. per nM1InIfI i_!. community bank 60 provide that kind of InsightIbryou.
I Robin enters her dogs In professional _
shows all over the country and Rlreedt daae
,r makes her trips In a big camper with w you 395 West main Street -P.O. Box 388
other friends who also how their ""t-'oat: .TORO Lake Butler -496-21O1

dogs.It's. JoD SID'Pcfces
just too bad there are no dog -
I shows with a "water skiilng" division Good Through Sept..I5I2a Member IU.C. :::gIAalHouetngfrndrr "

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M re This Classroom Late for School...

A tire blowout on the right front wheel of a tractor pulling half of a per
table classroom building caused the driver to lose control of hi* vehicle
1 and veer off US-301 Into a pine tree a mile north of the Bradford County
line In Clay County about 10 a.m.Wednesday.
Truck driver Robert J. Shipley of Sunmerfleld. FL was treated and
released from the emergency room of Bradford Hospital. Shipley had a
piece of metal In his head, said Flip Trooper M.L. Danlela, the Investigator -
fr The 1973 Mack truck was totally demolished. The classroom building
1r was a shambles.
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correctional officer ordered a pre-centence investigation Whitehead was supervising an was shot and that he had visited
Ronald E. Whitehead, charged for her.Assistant. inmate forestry squad and at there before. Wise was shot once
March 23 with helping a prisoner quitting time on Jan. 27, told officials in the head with a .22 caliber
escape for day-trips to visit his State Attorney David at Elortda: : _State Prison pistol, he died several days later.
girUirend and family one of Giant said a similar PTI offer that inmate Robert Lee Wise was Wise's step-father John W.
which ended fatally for the inmate was not made to Trone becausethe missing.But Bowden, Jr. has been charged
was tentatively approved case against her was solid, Wise had left that morning, with the murder. Wise and
August 10 for pre-trial interven- while the one against Whitehead investigators say, and had gone Bowden, who had both been
tion (PTI). depended partly on evidence into Jacksonville with Trone to a drinking according to witnesses,
Upon successfully completing from some of the inmate crew northside mobile home park began arguing and Bowden Visit Our Showroom Today
the PTI program, if approved members, who said Whitehead where he was shot by his step- ordered his stepson to leave the \
the case against Whiteheadwould might not have known Wise had father while visiting his mother, Jacksonville mobile home park. -
be dismissed.The left stepbrother and a friend. Wise was serving a 4Vi year .j.jr
dead inmate's girlfirend, Whitehead, 39, was a former Relatives said Wise did not sentence for burglary in the
Karen Trone of Jacksonville, pled correctional officer in January escape but bought permission to minimum-security O-Unit, a r; $ me.J.:
no contest in Union County Cir- working for PRIDE. Inc., a non leave, witnesses said Wise had housing area outside the
cuit Court to aiding an escape. profit corporation that employs been to the Yellow Bluff Road maximum-security prison's main ;
Circuit Judge Stephan Mickle inmates. home a couple of hours when he compound.Whitehead. alnc
has denied letting ,' Au. !
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later sold to George C. Roberts. 964-68O1 PLACEof
In July, 1930 the Bank of

the Wildwood Lake,capitalized Butler Bank$15,000, also,and Buffet: (All You Can Eat) BAKER COUNTY FLEA TACKLE & MARINE

capitalized at$15,000,closed.JosephE. & AUCTION MARKET (
Wilson was appointed to liquidatethe $5.95In Open Thurs.-Sun.8 am-. pm ()
The Bank of Starke and the addition to our other buffet Items of 1,000'of items

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brown tinted windows, r.bullt.ngin.. 964-4150-944-62I9 adjoining 3.66 ocr.no residence $ 12,000
782.3238 or 782.3462.8/13 lithe pd thru 9/17 Edwards Loop-3 BR, 2 BA on.ocr. $62,000
1974 MONTI CARLO not running. $150. CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Fr.. Orang.and Pratt 2/1 frame $ 25,000

964.5398.8/13 Itchy estimates. Handy-Man F.nc. Co. Breaker 3/2 brick and from., Shady Oak.Sub.,extra lot $ .....000
*79 CHEVY LUV P-U TRUCK long bed Own.r Tommy Reddish. 964-8559 in : I A I 964-4544 M.ng Dairy Rd. 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB CH/A $ 40.000

good motor and body dependable, HANDYMAN carpentry painting electrical I Laura St. 3/1 CB fenced yard walking distance $ 35,500
complete home
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rates. Licensed contractor. 1520 s. Walnut St. REALTOR Crosby Lak.Canal 2 BR, 1 BA CHI A. from. $ 41,000
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SEWING MACHINE REPAIRi All makes (Hwy. 301 S.) .
OUT OF AREA cleaned oiled and adjusted $15. Used ....COMMERCIAL.....
sewing machines for sale. Jam. Starke, FL 301 N 1.5 acre., MH hook-up 2 buildings 240'on 301 $ 37,000
301 N by Econo Lodge 165.01' 301
on $120,000
NORTH CAROLINA MTNS.I Old farmhouse Strickland 16. Starke,corner 964-8733.Morgan 3/19 Rd.tfn and Hwy Wayne E. Douglas, MSA 301 N approximately ISO'x approx. 220' $125.000

12 acrespastur.woodsstr.amgood LAWN SERVICE for residential and com Designated Appraiser 301 N- Dairy Queen Building $ 93,000
access-$29,500. RalphCrl.p
301 S193'301 frontage $ 85,000
m rcial. Reasonable rats Fr..
Realty. 1-800-438-8621 (Andrews) .. 301 and Washington St. 262.5 x 105' $ 91.500
or 1-800-438-7715 (Murphy). fcan stimat 964-4238. 7/16 tfnchg / Homes/ Lots J Acreage/ Waterfront
301 S270' 301 2
87-330 LAWN SERVICES most lawns, $20. Fr.. approx. ocr. $150.000
SOUTHEAST ALABAMA 113 Acres 85 estimates, 964-4238.7/16 tfnchg / Farms ./ Commercial .....ACREAGE....
H a H CONCRETE Rd. 100 East 1.37 acres $ 7.000
acres Balance planted natural pin.timber.((5,7*9 Private years old en). We pour slabs, sidewalks, all types CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES Antique Brick, 3Br 3BA Formal Living 105th Ave. lawtey 2 '/ acres cleared $ 8.000

trance. HUNTING 11 2.000 f..t creek curves, and patios 473-9058. 7/30 & Dining Rooms,CIliA,Family Room w/Fireplace.Large Screened Porch -438acr.s.This property has everything/ $438,000

frontag. EXCELLENT INVESTMENT. 4tpd 8/20 w/BBQ Grill,Swimming Pool and 12'x20 Guest House w/Bath.VA Assumable Lawt.y acres 105th Av. $ 13,000
$38,500 UNITED NATIONAL PO Box HAVE YOUR HOUSE or place of business Mortgage,on 4 Loll. Rd 100 E. 12 acres plus fish pond $ 26.000

755 Troy Alabama 36081. cleaned w..kly or wh.n .v.r needed. DRIVING TO GAINESVILLE/JAX. 5Bnn 2BA. CH/A.Living Flum. Rd. -9 acres loin.Country Club $ 49,000Rd.
V.ry reasonable rat... Call 964-4755. 16E 9 2 MH
205-566-1870. fcan ocr., hook-ups
205-735-2442 $ 45,000
7/304tS 8/20 Room w/Fireplace Large Kitchen w/Snack Bar,Utility Room.Garage Acre. Oklawaho River3 beautiful '
87-337 ocr. $ 15,000
PEACEFUL LIVING Block Home 2BR.2BA Large Living-Dining Room.
Primitive Baptist Church Rd. 20.16 acres, 3 wells,
Family Room.Breakfast Room Snack Bar in Kitchen,Enclosed Garage 3 Cleared 2 septic tan..... 2 poles, owner finance $ 50.000Or

All Across America Acres will split each $ 27,000

LORRAINE CHAMPION'ASSOCIATE GAINESVILLE- 1,577 S/F Block Home 3BR 2BA AC C/H, Stove&Refrig.. Brownlee Rd. -36.43 acres owner fin. $ 82,332
BROKER Family Room Double Carport Largo Enclosed Porch 2 Lots. ... Hwy 50 acres, from. home & egg farm

FRIENDLY LITTLE HOME Frame Home 3BR, 1 BA, and DW Home in Owner finance $250,000

REALTY Excellent Condition w/Covered Patios and Carport Well &Septic,6.92 Acres, ....'LOTS.....
Lakefront/ Lots 8 Lake access Lot. $ 9,000
Blueberry Plants& Pecan Tree.
Prices from
Brok.r LIVE THE SATISFIED COUNTRY LIFE Buy and Complete this 2 Story range $21.000 to

038 Avs Cedar Home,5BR.3BA. Formal Living St Dining Rooms Recreation Room. Country Club Estates.2 lots ($ 7,500
N. Temple Large Front & Back Porches,7.6 Acres. ($ 8,500

(U.S. Hwy. 301)) Bus. ((904)) 964.1931 OWNER FINANCING Old Fashioned Frame 4Br 2Ba Home CH/A.Newly Klngaley" lake Village- 2 lots $ 4,500 I

Stark. FL 32091 R... 473-3096 Painted, New Carpet, Hall Br, I 1BA Apartment w/separate Entrance All on S Crosby Lake lot 22-Make Off.r 17,000
Acre. Washington and Cherry $ 8.000
Winding Tree Lake. lot 246 Florida Frontier 15,000
\ LARGE LOT W/NICE LAWN 1,738 S/F/ Block 3BR/2BA Home. Family After Hours

Room CH/A Range Refrig. & Dishwasher Close to Town. Pauline Randolph 964-6323

LITTLE HOME IN THE COUNTRY Brick,3Br 1 1/2 BA,Range& John Longford Master Appraiser 496-2291
Refrig.on Nice Lot. Anne Terwlllegar Nelson 473-7541

I ON NICE LOT NEAR SCHOOL 3BR. 1 1/2BA Block Home.Living Randy Cory ..47S-2597

r Room Dining-Kitchen Combo,hu Central Heat. .

1 1I 1I THE TIME TO BUY IS NOW 3BR/1BA Block Home ...
I Living-Dining-Kitchcn Combo Central Heat on Nice Lot in the City .
HANDY MAN'S HAVEN 2-Story Frame 3BR 2BA, Large Living Ding ;

Area w/Fireplace.Well & Septic City Water Available. 2 Lou Adjoining can be


li Mtkt. WHERE THE BIRDS SING DW Mobile Hoi.ie w/Porches.3BR,2BA. .

Well A Septic on 1.72 Acre.
700 Bradford Court in Starke

t .2 Lots In Northeast Section of City COMING SOON -

Susan M. Faulkner, GRI. CRB PRESIDENT LAWTEY -2 Lou Inside City Limiu.Zoned for Mobile Home.

.TEN ACRES: Bradford County 13th Street N.E., Pecan Grove. One and Two Bedroom Apartments

'E1{ !F !flL 1{ pY; IJ{ .. ..LOT 105.2 ON ACRES LAKE Northeast GENEVA Alachua 100x790 County.ft,on Priced the water To Sell Available September ,

Located Hwy. 301.2 Blks S.SR.100, 221 W.Lafayette Street 10 ACRES in South Clay County.Residential Agricultural,17900.. ....... Ie......_petin .C.ntrdheat&.*
.20 ACRES NW Bradford County.Residential-Agricultural. .Aabu.rdrxtr.p f> rtfr..rsfrlesretivCMimntanUy
pr-wtrd tt uble TV and....
P 964-5069 LAKE LOTS -Crosby&Sampson Lakes,Owner Financing. .Sped. ...)designed wit. lot tuntriypmiltMn
4.55 ACRES & 2.16 ACRES:Near Graham,Zoned for MH. panted laundry. .Private fam*

.CITY LOTS On Hwy 16W 2 Blocks from 301. ..Outside Spedeus. storage.....".amp
.CITY BLOCKS FOR SALE Northeast Section.
.HWY 301 SOUTH-Two Good Business location. PLUSUTanDentallnrarmation
s : : r Irene L. Faulkner separate
964.5142 rn HWY 301 SOUTH -5 Acres near Earleton Beach 210'on Highway. available at

Lucille Spry 964.8420 .COMM BLDG.IN CITY .Approx. 15,000 iq 1 ft floor space. the construction trailer or call:

y Bobby Biggs 964.7331 REALTOR IP YOUR MIND IS ON REAL ESTATE-THINGS RELATED: ((80)[ ) 443-3251 Mon-Fri 9-5PM


*POSITIVE CASH FLOW on this brick duplex In groat condition.
*76 ACRES Hwy 100 Wost.

*3 BR, IVi BA BLOCK HOME Legion Terrace. Own.r will sell FHA-VA. 4
*NOTHING DOWN .2 unit apartment Lawt.y. *OWNER SAYS GET OFFER doublewide, 10 acres of good land $47.000.
I *J MOBILE HOMES on 2.9 acres. Forsyth Rood.
t INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY 2 Bldgt. fenced. 45000.
, I $35,900.3 BR, 1 BA. on a double lot. 0 + 1 *MH AND 1,+ ACRES Private, but only 10 minutes from Star..... 3/2

i CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' on wot.r. Ib doublewlde with large open country porch on 19 acre of sheer privacy.
*3/l FRAMI. 1.400 sq. ft: 2/2 MH like new. All on 1.76 acres. 46000.
*LAURA ST. .3 BR, 2 BA Block ham.. Own.r will sell VA-FHA.
*LAWTIY 7.5 acres. *MOBILI HOMI WITH ADDITIONS built on plus many extras. South of Stark.

I *3 BR, I'/t BA HOMO In Lowtey on V4 ocr.. 964-4522 on 2.5 acres. $32,500 with owner financing.
STARKK. FL *A SPECIAL BUY 2 BR, I BA central H&A, on major highway. Plenty of
*COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Concr.t. blk. bldg. Only $19.500.
In basement. Inovatlve financing. Priced to ..11. $ 6.5OO.
*HAMPTON 5 acres, larg. from home, pole born Included. storage
Re*. 0 J4-537O I ; ; *JUST OFF SOUTH 301 Mobile home, 3 BR, 1 BA on 1.4 acres.
*2 zoned
CITY LOTS residential only $3,100 ..ach.I '
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*CRYSTAL LAKI AREA N..d lots of space?Over 2.000 sq. ft. In this better
I *SAMPSON LAKE ACCESS 2 BR mobile home with 10x10 built
on. than new brick home. 3 BR 2 BA, CH A on 2 lot. $110,000
on ocr. s
r I *LAWTIY AREA 3/2 CB, CHSA opprox. 1,500 sq. H. on 1 acre, 53900.
, *REDUCED 2 BR, 12 x 60 MH close to town. 18000. Own.r financing with :
good down payment. 'Sat2: I LAKE LOTS *LAND *BUILDING LOTS

*FRAME on nice lot In town, $33.900. *LAWTIY AREA 30 acr... $750 per acre.
WATERFRONT Larg. home with beautiful vi.w. II ACRES On SR 16 a Morgan Rd. Seller motivated.

*WOODED ACREAGE $1,600 per acre. Irpu* full Servfc* R | ;E lal *WEEKEND COTTAGE good hunting and fishing. *KINGSLEY LAKI VILLAGE 2 lots for $9.500.
to> Ret r CUSTOM MADI Immaculate doublewlde mobile home on 1 ocr. it I LOT ON BROOKLYN LAKI COVt. Beautiful beach 30000.

I *1 ACRE on Hwy 26, Melrose. *LAKI LOTS on Sampson La.....
I J *6 ACRES with several bldgs.. Including studio apt. *THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL BUY* *SAMPSON CITY AREA Deer Hunting I. good on :3 acr... Heavy

*HWY 301 N 1 house I six apartm.nt. reported good Income. Vacant ready to move Into: C lB. 3/1. close to new Winn-Dixie, 28000. Inovatlve 'timber Close to Sampson Lake, 32000. Owner flnam _
*HWY 225A 1 3/4 acres, build on or put mobile home, lots of trees, terms financing available. *COUNTRY CLUB Building lot. from 6500. Some wi.jt owner.financing

*BEAUTIFUL LG. LOT landscaped nice 3 BR, 2 bath house In Lok. Butler *COMM Rcr (* '
i *24 ACRES of partial cleared partial wooded lov.ly bldg. site w/tg.", stocked *HOMES IN STARKE =
fish pond. *MOBILE HOMI PARK SITI. 8 acres Market Road w/lngrets on US 301. Citywater
BEAUTIFUL BRICK 4/2, CHAA fireplace, energy efficient on 2 acres InSlarke. S sewer available Star.....
HOME BR, 1 M BA fenced back yard utility bldg. 35900.
89900. Additional acreage available. *LAKI BUTLER 1,300sqN.building on 104 x 208 lot. Plenty parking.
,BROWNIES RD. 22 beautiful acres, fenced some and oak tr....
pecan *LEASE W/OPTION TO BUY Exceptional Brick Home In absolutely the best *TURN KEY OPERATION Boat manufacturing the popular Stumpknocker
*2 STORY HOME In town has hod a lot of remodeling.
location.3 BR, 2 BA over 1,600 sq. ft. living area, doubl.gorag.. CH/A,120' M and Grlffcraft lining boat. Owner assistance.
*LO. VERSATILE BLDG.. 2,700 ft.
p approx. sq. 300' lot city water S sewer. 70500. *ON HWY. 301 Apartment complex, full occupancy, call for details.
*ONI OP THE NICER HOMES In Deerwood sunken living 3 BR 2
room BA. *IN THE BEST AREA On Bessent Road lovely 3 Bedroom 3 bath separate *2400 SQ. FT. Spanking new warehouse! 3 Large overhead roll-up doors.
I( *NICI BUILDING SITI over 1 acre, past hospital well B septic.
dining room double garage, many amenities. On 5 acres, $109,000. INVESTORS Plnesong S/D. Paved road through property. Owner fin.
*! ACRES with 500'
frontage on 301, has timber.
Hwy *FOR THI GOLFER Country Club over 1'A' acres, 3/2. All brick sunken llv- *US 301 Vacant land available. Assorted. sixes a acreage Call for Info.
*3,000 SQ. PT. stucco bldg only 1 yr. old on 1 1/4 ocr.
Ing room fireplace, telling to floor window. many extras. 79900. *OUT OF STARKE
*HAMPTON OAKS LOT only $5.500.
*DEER RUN Immaculate living In this 32 ft. MH. Concrete pad
*HWY 301 N l'h acre, $19,000. security *LAKI BUTLER Price reduced to 30000. Owner need to sell home. Will j
light., stocked lake. Ideal for retired. Only $15,500. '
*NICE 3 BR. 1 Vi BA, brick veneer In town 41500. sacrifice to buy larger home In the country. Hurry.
IMMACULATE IN STARKI. CHA 2 car carport 100 X 100 lot. 53000.
*THIS LOVELY OLD 2 story home has boon restored 32500.: *EXCEPTIONAL 3 BR, over 13OOeq. ft. $38,000. *WEEKEND RETREAT 75 ft. on Hart Lake w/3 BR MH CHAA. 30000.

*ONI OP A KIND past hospital 3 BR, 2 BA has ._rythlng. *SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3 BR, 1,A Bo, 1400 ft.. 39900. HISTORIC BEAUTY 2 story 3/2 CH/A. craftsmanship unavailable today.
i LOTS OF SPACI for the approx. sq. KEYSTONE Ridge Estates 3/2 mobile $30.000.
1 money 4 BR. 3 BA reduced to 54900. High
. HANDY MAN SPECIAL Brick home, approx. ISO x 200 lot $30,000.
.. \ BROWNLII RD. WEST, v.ry neat :3 BR, 1 BA only $33.500.. *FRAME HOME on N. Church St. Immaculate. Only $28,600. *REDUCED $5,000 FOR QUICK SALI--RAIFORO ARIA Brick 3/2.19 aver 1 I
*HWY 301 $, 2 acres with 24x60. versatile bldg. a 2 mobile homes. *PRICI REDUCED 31EVERYTHING CB CH1A infrom. Starke. Owner financed. 36000. acre. This I Immaculate ham. has over 1,800 ft. CH A, range refrl.
, *Secluded :3 acres with 3 BR I'h BA, fruit trees, oaks < .tc. TO 3/1 ., nice loot $33.500. dishwasher, above ground pool. Too many ...ra"to mention. Only $6s,000'.WALK j

,I *GRAHAM I acre fenced with 3 BR. 1V4 BA. workshop only 36000. *"PERSONALITY" HOUSE en shaded corner lot. Detached garage with shop. *HAMPTON LAKE -
*4 BR. I IA. In town prked to ..II. 26000.
Mov. right In. 25000. *ALMOST NEW CONTEMPORARY Immaculate, 75 H. lake front. $108,000.
r'' *LAWTIY ARIA :3 BR. IVi' BA on 5 acres, only 25000. *HOMES IN THE COUNTRY BRICK HOMI many extras 79 ft. of white sandy beach. Only 87000.

I'' Commercial a...ld.ntloIRentol.Available I *ONI OF THI FINEST 3/2 Doublewldes built on 3 acres of manicured land on We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Propertiesa
paved rood with a side otters road. 49900.

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1979 TAURUS 27' ,self-contained large $14.99 p.r month. Call 9646946. tfn Mobile Home and spaces for rent. burner with large oven. Work fine children. Morning only for school on Lake Genoa Efficiency starting at
refrigerator AC heater antenna rear NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone and clean $100. 4734920.) Itpd 8/13 year. 4737392. 4tchg 7/23-8/13 $150 weekly. Monthly or seasonal discount
''I bedroom sleep 10 $4000. 964-5318. Moo.uroI24.36". 25 cents each. Great 964-7498. 9/16 tfn NORITAKE BERRIES 'N SUCH PROGRES- BOOKEEPER-ACCOUNTANT for Clay *. Special rate for year round.
7/30 4tchg 8/20 for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH BR, 2 BATH MOBILE HOME, on '/ acre SION CHINA 65 piece In like-new County CPA office.. Computer experience Lake Geneva Rental 473-2919. 4tchg
t XT STARCRAFT TRAVEL TRAILER Self. 135 W. Call St. 764-6303. lot. Central h.at ft air. Stove and condition. $129. Call 4733526. llpd helpful. Non-smoker. !Resumeto ./1393ON

contained roof air, $2100. Call BLUEBERRIES U-PICK. 50 cent a pound. refrigerator furnished. Utility shed 8/13 : CPA P.O. Box 5765 Jacksonville, BEAUTIFUL SILVER LAKE I Bit cottage
468.1509.8/13 2tpd 8/20 1 mile we.t of Lawtey CR 225. Call with washer ft dry.r. $275 month plus Fl, 32247. 4tchg 8/13-9/2 AC furnished, $275 per mo.
f 782.3344 or 782.3942. tf nee $100 security deposit. Now taking application YARD SALES PART-TIME COOK NEEDED Weekend. 904.246-4160 or 473-2440. 4tchg
PORK WEIGHTS. 350 Ib*. of cast Iron *. Available September 1. Call only. family-style meals. Apply ot Park 7/23.8/13

: YARD SALESt weights. H.avy duty b.nch w/squat 964-6305 from 8.5 p.m., or after 6 p.m., MULTI-FAMILY Sat..Aug. 15. 9 a.m. Immokalee of the Palm. Itpd 8/13 FOR RENT 2BR. 1BA Brooklyn Cove or
rack Preacher curl bench attachments, 964-4430 or 964-6493. 8/6 4tlo| 8/27 Rd. to Bedford Oak Drive) to 3BR, 28A overlooking lake Bedford.

t WHISPERING PINES CARE CENTER will b. adjustable. back and strap for sit ups. 186 DOUBLEWIDE, 3 BR. 2 baths on 2'Iacres. Shady Lane left on Highland. Itchg NOTICECLASSIFIED $275 and $380 Mr*. Perry. 473-3562 or
having a craft Extra curl bar 2 straight bars. 2.11 Born ft .h.... 1 acre fenced. $350 8/13 4734903. 3tchg 7/30-8/13
car wash and Ib. dumb bells, 2-10 lb. dumb bells and FOR
: bake sale, Sat. August 15 from 9 a.m. month. 7823462. 8/6 tfn HUGI YARD SALE Sot.. Aug. 15. 8a.m. ADVERTISING should be submitted RENT 3BR doublewlde 8 2BR
2 dumb
: until 4 p.m. Profit will go to resident bell bars. Bench I. In excellent RENTALS .AVAILABLE 3/1 on Crosby 7699 Clover lane off Hwy 2' North of to the lake Region Monitor office ilnglewlde, no pet, will sell.
: council. All donation ol craft Item condition $350 cash. Also a DP Lake, $475; 4/2 house, $350; 2/1 Orchid Str. behind Friendship Bible. In writing and paid In advance 16592269. 2tchg 8/6-8/13
: will be gladly acc.pl.... 8/13 Itchg workout bike w/speedometer and house, $300; 3/1 house, $250; 1/1 apt., Household Item, children' clo'hea. unless credit I I. already establishedwith FOR RENT Twin lake lakefront, 2BR
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 9-tll Rain or odometer practically new $50.R.ason $165: Tiffin ft Owens, Lie. R.E. Broker tool, and mice. Item Itchg 8/13 this office.MONITOR 1BA $300 free First A last month
for sale Is because lack of'paco.
shine N.W. 75th Avenue, 1st dirt rood of 964-5065. 8/13 Itchg GARAGE SALE Oriole Street Fri. ft STAFF CANNOT BE HELD deposit required. 4733856. 2tpd
after Tatum Saw Mill most Items under 964.4037 during day and 2 BR MH FURNISHED, qul.t Sat.. Aug. 14 ft IS. 9 a.m. until ?. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 1/6-8/13
: $1. .16 Itchg 964-4400 alter 10 p.m. Keep trylr.". neighborhood.' Hwy 16 '/ mil.from ci Household Item, antique, motorcycle CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER FOR RENT possible, option to buy 14'
FRIDAY. AUG. 14, 9 a.m.'o 5 p.m. 1300E. 7/30 4tchg 8/20 ty. 4681323. 2/12 tfn other items. Itchg 8/13 THE TELEPHONE. wide, 3BR IB A, on corner lot near
EXERCISE EQUIPMENT AND WEIGHTS for FOR RENT SOUTHERN VILLAS YARD SALE 3 wheeler, lots of town flexible, on terms.
Call St., Celling fan, household APARTMENTS leans Classified deadline I I. 11:00 a.m. priorto
; Items and clothing. 8/13 Itchg ale.. Call day, 964-4037 or oft.r 10 1 ft 2 BR units Call 9647295. clothe, nlc-nocs. Frl. ft Sot.. Aug. 14 ft Thursday publication. 473-2730.ltchg 8/13
310 N. WATER ST. Large yard sale. Aug. p.m. call 9644480. 7/30 4tchg 8/20 between 9 a.m. ft 11:30 a.m. Mon., 15. 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. CR 214 N, 3 Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50 FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT On Lake
; 13 14 a 15. Lots of everything. 8/13 FRIGIDAIRE PORTABLE DISHWASHER Tues., Thurs., ft Fri. Equal Opportunity miles see sign Itpd 8/13 then 15 cent for each word thereafter. Geneva, brand new 2BR carpeted
Itpd V.ry good condition $100; Almost Housing. 4/23 tfnchg stove 4 refrigerator laundry dock
SALE new J.C. Penney play pen with net 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED MOBILE HOME. facilities available. You must see this
Saturday Aug. 15 8:30: a.m..II ?? REAL ESTATE
siding $30; 964-5550 after 3 8/6 PERSONAL SERVICES one. 473-2919. 8/13-9/3
Corner by Badcack Furniture. Sofa p.m. Close to prison on Hwy 225. Call 4tchg
2tchg 8/13 NIW HOME 3BR 28A, CH/A,
lov.-seat, table, chairs ladles 4681323. 6/4 tfnchg laundry
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GAS STOVE $85. Call
room $425. 475-2598.
boys, teen girl, boy clothing 964-3684. 8/6 3tlo| 8/20 NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 land foreclosures, repos ft tax titled PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile 8/13.8/27 garage. 3tpd

shoes, boots, household Items, boys PE W St 24 -9 foot, t 0. 10 foot 6.8 foot, 2 BA Butler apt. For more 4963141.Information call Lake property. Get the FACTS today! Call home*. pool, deck, sidewalks. Freeestimates. HOUSE FOR RENT 3BR 2BA on 2%
room spread and few drapes, full-size ruffled 4 foot fully upholstered green nylon. Housing.Apts. 6/7 tfnchg Equal Opportunity (r.fundabl.) 1-518-459-3734 ext. Call Rob 4733590. 3/5 acres. $350 per mo., $250 security.
bedspread toys. 9646888.813 Plus L3339A 24 HRS. 7/30-8/2O tfnchg
accessorial. Excellent condition. ROOMS FOR RENTi 1-659-2630 after 6 or on weekends.
ItpdGARAGE Entire package 4000. Location Magnolia Hotel $8 20 ACRES 3BR 1''A BA. 1600 sq. ft.. LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. 4tchg 8/13
SALE Friday and Saturday 9 Jacksonville ((305)) 2995033. fcan per night. From $35 per week. Discount from. home large oaks, duck pond Call The Lawn Barber. 4733590. Free FOR RENT Geneva Lake Estates, 3BR,
am tit 2 pm. NE 16th St. (Country Club 87.335 offered for longer term. Apply In per excellent form land ft hunter' Estimates. 3/5 tfnchg 2BA fireplace, large clean
Estaten, ) Mens, womens, boys and girl CERAMIC MOLDSt 150 to 200 molds. from son Magnolia Post Office.Hotel.TF Walnut St. across paradise. 79900. R.T. Lovorn PERSONAL HOUSE CLEANING new construction type home garage$500 per mo.
clothing. 8/13 Itchg 964-5412 after 6 p.m. or 9604.5465.8/13 Realtor. 4733254. Itchg 8/13 also.' Insured! 4 bonded. For 475-2306. Itchg 8/13
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. 8/14 8/15. Itpd APARTMENTS FOR RENTS Newly LAND FOR SALE Corner lot. mobile more Information 473-4298. 4tchg FOR RENT 3BR 1BA, In Lake Geneva,
507 W. Madison. Furniture, clothes, decorated, everything furnished. Laundry homes OK. Owner financing discountfor 7/23-8/13
SEVERAL ITEMSi 2 coff. tables, 1 end $350 /mo. 4752682. Itchg 8/13
other household \Item 8/13 Itchg table, king-size, bedspread stereos. facilities Included. Video room cash. 473-7685 2tchg 8/13-8/20 CARPET CLEANING C B Carpet 8 UNFURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT -
GARAGE SAUl sleep ..ofochalr.wa.h.rdry.r. available. Will acc.pt on. child no Upholstery truck mounted,
782-3238.8/13 deep Keystone, 2BR ,
ItchgHAYi 1BA living din-
,.. Palms room
exercise bike, clothes, p. Apts., 2313 N. TempleAve. NEED TO RENT steam extraction. 473-7770. Fr.. Ing kitchen
ALICIA New ., Stark. 32091. 5/1 TF room laundrey room <
books, lighting fixtures, sax, .'c. hay $25. old hay ..rlmat..7/30-9/24 large yard CH 8 CA. 2 block
Hampton Lak., Saturday Aug. 15. $10. Delivery available. 7 miles west of PINE FOREST APTS. 2 13 BR opts now STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS ore now Call 4733287. tochool.
Starke on Road 16, Jimmy Gosklns, avail. Call 9.5. Mon. thru Fri. 9646312. available/
468.1853.8/1311pd In
Keystone ContactR.
Heights. .
children or pet. Reference. Call FOR RENT 2BR 1BA, 1st
YARD SALE Friday and Saturday 104. 964-8356. 6/4tmchg 1/8 tfnchg Knight 473-3189. 4tpd 7/30-8/20
1227 E. Call S'r..'. 8/13 Itchg ALICIA HAYi Froth cut $25 a roll. All 2 BR, central heat and air, quiet. Pr.f.r 4734112. Itpd 813MOTOR A/C SERVIcE- refrlaeratfaM.. ettie In.ulaMon. mo. security 4737685. 2tpd 8/13.8/20

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. Ace Road at SR hay under barn. 7 miles from Stark.on working elders or single No pets All make. ; reoao....... rotes.
16 West of UCI n.ar SR 121, Raiford. Hwy. 16 toward prison. 964-6167 or 964-6680 for Interview after 12 noon. 475-2812 St.,.. Stcfig ./..../27HOMI MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE

Many many Items, Barbie dolls, large 782-3727. 6/4tfn 8/13 ItchgFURNISHED HOMES '
collection. School clothes and baby HALF PRICE I Save 50% 11 Best larg. COUNTRY HOUSE 1 BR. IMPROVEMENT repairs, additions MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 1973 24X52
clothes. Famous brand names, some flashing arrow sign $299! Lighted, non. fenced yard large front porch Brooker 1984 PATHFINDER motor home, class or complete building. 30 yearsexperience 3BR 2BA central heat, stove 6refrigerator.
n.w. Oak chairs, couch exercisers, arrow $2891 Unlighted $2491 Free letter area. $170 month $150 deposit. Call "A". 24'. back bedroom C full bath Counties.. serving, Bradford and Clay $8499.473.7129.v.nings.
coffee table. Pat and Nell Dickens. .1 I See locally. Call today! Factory 485-1564 after 6 p.m. weekdays. 8/13 roof-air microwave 16' _nlng. Low FLOOR 473-4018. 5/28 tfn 2tchg 8/6-8/13
431.1200.8/1311chg direct: 1-800-423-0163, anytime, fcan 2tpd 8/20 milage, excellent shape. Also Simmons SAGGING Door Dragging? HOMES OF MERIT 4BR 2BA, deluxe,
MOVING SALEi Everything must go. 10 87-333 1 BR MOBILE HOME with air conditioner Hlde-a-bed. blue. 473-4023. Itpd House out of level?? LaRu. leveling low down payment 11.49", *

a.m. August 15. Big green house on 1000 SUNBEDS TONING TABLES Sunal $150 month 964-7498 or 4682354. 8/13 8/13 service for all your foundation repairs $259/mo. Uncle Roy' Mobile Home,
Main Road Hampton. 8/13 Itchg WOLFF tanning beds. Slender Quest Itchg tfnchg Ocala/ 9043518514. 8/6-8/27
GARAGE SALEt Aug. 13 14, 15. Larg. Passive Exercisers. Call for FREE color 2 BR MOBILE HOME with air conditioner HOMESFOR trlcal. Carpentry painting elec-' BRIGADIER 3BR, 2BA den 11.49, *
variety. Corner Walnut St. and CR 16. catalogu. Save to 50% $200 month 964-7498 or 468.2354.8/13 complete home repair. $779/mo., deluxe throughout. Uncle
Reasonable ..
8/13 18002286292. fcan 87-339 Itchg rat. Licensed contractor, Ray' Mobile Homes, Ocalo,
2BR. 2BA, No.
In RB0049306.
Call Mitch. 4733940.MISCELLANEOUS .
STEEL BUILDINGS Slantwall Introduction. RENTALS AVAILABLEi $150 per month Keystone Heights. Screened 86827LIBERTY
and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker- utility porch 3BR. 2BA. 14X80 low down
room 8.75X
HOMES 30x40x10 $ 3,495.00 Owner at 964-5069 or 964-4048 TF 475-3369. mor payment. 11.49", 69/mo. Uncle
tgog. 2tpd 8/6-8/13
FOR SALE 40x75x14 $ 6,895.00 C ft C MINI STORAGE Hwy. 301 South KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-BRADFORD Ro,'* Mobile Home, Ocala
50x100x16 $10,695.00First 964-8848.6/11 tfnchg COUNTY PACK RAT Buy sell and trade collectible 904.351.8514.8/6-8/27
100 orders FREE Colorwalls. FREE OFFICE ON 301 Contact Ron Denmarkat AREA brick home 3BR 2BA with item and antiques. Used furniture, It86 CLOSE-OUTS 5% down easy
2 BR 1 BA with 2-car garag. Perfect for 10x10 door. Commercial stralghtwoll 9645516. 6/25 tfn |lacuzzl tub, small office, living room glassware, [ewelry and much more. credit 3 8 2BR full warranty low a*
retired coupl. Easy walking distance discounts also available. Call Now: 4 BR, 2 BATH front and rear porch family kitchen ft dining room. 17" 1C47wlmmlng Come see for yourself. On. mil. east fll39/mo.. Uncle Roy's Mobile
to new shopping c.nt.r. 129.m..Call pool large patio. 1 acre lot of Keystone Height on Highway 100. Homes, Ocala 904-151-8114.1/6-8/27
AMERICAN STATES BUILDING SYSTEMS fireplace, gas heat. In city. Coll with chain link fence plus 32x32 metal
4732183. 3/5
964-5606.4/3Otfn tfnchg REPOS ASSUME PAYMENTS double
12143423668. fcan 87-338 anytime 964-8661. 8/6 2tchg 8/13
PRICE REDUCED FOR QUICK SALT 3 BR. 2 MOBILE HOME TRAILER SPACEi Call 473-2838.building many extras 85000. GRAPES U-PICK open 7 a.m. until ; and clnglewlde, low a* $139/mo.
BA brick veneer home with fireplace 9647895. 8/13 Itpd 3tchg 8/13.8/27 p.m. daily. 12 mile east of KH In Free credit check. Uncle Roy' Mobile

and garage, on 5 acres. Beautiful MOBILE HOME 2 BR furnished or unfur- HALL LAKE 2 BR cottage, large oak, Florahome off SR 100 on Coral .Farm Home, Ocala 904-351-8514. 8/6-8/27
home. United Realty of Starke.enlngs4733627 HELP WANTED nished. Very good location. $180 per flexible owner financing small down Rood. 6tchg 1/13-9/17.
: rrw..Mr964.8M47.er w ?tlOW month plus $100 deposit. Call 964-8704 payment only $33.000. Call'Trevor CRAPES Opening dote Aug-i2:Open PETS
$59.500.7/2 tfnchg ENJOY WORKING WITH DOGStf Full after 3 weekdays, anytlm. weekends. Waters Century 21 Showcase Properties Sat.. Sun.. W..... C holiday Purple
SMALL SIX ROOM FRAME HOUSE. On Inc. Broker Keystone Height, Bronze and Red varieties. Directions:
time position 40 hrs., 6 days. Call 8/13 ItchgCA.INI AKC DOBERMAN PUPS whelped,
88'/i ft. frontage by 213 ft. deep lot. 473.4903.7/30 4tchg 8/20 approximately 8 ml. east of KH or /o
NC Jacob's
485.1174 after p.m. for details. 8/6 In Franklin on 4-12-87 black C ruse, tail docked,
west of Grandin.
well, Southslde Elem. turn south In front
D..p n.ar 2tpd 813EXPERIENCED Creek. Coll 533-2232. 8/13 2tchg 8/20 dewdlow removed shots and wormed.
of sign. 1-059-2001.
School. 16000. Call 964-5795 or SALESPERSON wanted 14 FT. WIDE MOBILE HOMEl 2 BR, unfur Itchg 8/13 $175 ea. 4733369. Itpd 8/6
964-7833. 7/30 4tc. 8/20 782.3003.8/6 chgtln nished. In Waldo. CH/A. stove,
FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 BR home In LICENSED RN NEEDED at Whispering refrigerator, washer/dryer hook-up. CARS
Stark. Easy walking to schools and Pine Care Center. 3-11 charge nurse, No pets. $200 p.r month first last and PUBLIC NOTICE BOATS
shopping center 40000. Evenings full-time. PRN LPN's needed. EOE. $100 security deposit. 468-1509. 8/13 Unclaimed 1987 school model-All 1974 VEGA very good condition *

9644424. 7/30 4tpd 8/20 Phone 9646220. Experienced n.ed only 2tpd 820FURNISHED metal geared, sewing machine. Due reliable transportation $60O. Also 1979 SKI-TIQUI by Correct Craft. Like
TWO BED TWO BATH furnished home. to apply. 2/12 tfn 2 BR MOBILE HOME In to school budg.t cut these machine*. | IBM electric typewriter. 4733672. new low hour. $7500. 473-2621. Itchg
Large native rock fir.place, 3.8 secluded BOOKKEEPER, port-time, 30 hrs. per Stark. Clean maintenance fr_. No are uncial....... New, never used. Itchg 8/13 8/13
acres, magnificent view. 55500. week for lumber A hardware company. pet*.' Children under 4 a...pt.d. Free arm Nelco dressmaker model
Garden Realty. P.O. Box 1030 Robblnsvllle Reply to: P.O. Box 364, Lake Geneva 964-8810. 8/13 Itchg sewing machines for pant I.Gt. --.-- --.. ...-.-..--__ ..__ .__.u.___.
NC 28771; ((704)) 4796446. FL 32660. 7/23 tlnchg RAIFORD CITY LIMITS furnished 3 BR. 2 sleeves
collars etc. Makes buttonhole
Fr.. brochures fcan 87.331 HIRINGI Government Jobs your area. bath mobile home. AC, clean on large
THREE BEDROOM 2 bath brick veneer 15.000 68000., Call ((602)) 838-8885 private shaded yard. $250 per month *, sews on button, twin needle I _b '
home, CHSA stove, refrigerator EXT 3493. 8/13 4tpd 9/13 and $150 security deposit 431-1568. sewing, blind hem, and sews 10 ) PR OFSSIONAL"PRESSURE
dishwasher larg. shady lot utility MATURE SALES HELP WANTEDi Parttimeat 8/13 Itchg thicknesses of Denim. 25 year war "
bldg. $53,500. 9647739. 8/13 2tpd 8/20 Textile Town. Call 9644250. 8/13 ranty sew silk, leather and I % WASHING
FOR SALE BY OWN E.. 2 BR, I BA frame. 1 Itchg upholstery material. List price I -
On large lot. St. Clair St. Call 9646870. WILL TRAIN $629.00. now only $188.00. All major( : ,
( ) Sewing machine operators REAL ESTATE Call us for a FREE estimate and FREE sample of our work \<
8/13 4tchg 93GOVE.NMENT who ore dependable and serious abut credit cards accepted, checks OK.
HOMES for $1.00 (U working. Piece rat. pay and learners FOR SALE lay-A-Ways welcome. For free 'home FEES MOBILE.HQMES BUSINESSES MpTELS DRIVEWAYS: .I
Repair) BUY DIRECT! Repos ft Tax SEIZ- Incentive let you earn over minimum delivery call Educational Division *. "/> ; ?> -V.u'irCiV1 iV I .1- .'Iji

ED prop.rtlss. Call TODAY for FACTS! wages right away. Excellent health insurance 18002234768. Money back ]
1.518.459-3546 EXT H3377 (TOIL- and other benefits. Apply In REPOSSESSED HOMES FROM GOVT from guarantee.

Refundable) 24 HRS. 8/13 3tpd 8/27 person at Starke Uniform, 441 E. $1.00 plus repairs/taxes. Throughout
Brown).., Starke. 8/13 2tchg 8/20 FL/Natlonwidel I Also tax properties.

WATERFRONT PROPERTY EXPERIENCED Doublewldes. Call CARPET 7823003.STEAMER 8/13 tfn for OCALA 2164533000.NATIONAL Ext. H5117.FOREST 8/62tpd8/13. High and .

SALESGIRL WANTED dry wooded lots. Mobile home, cabin '
Experienced :
: !! :
SAMPSON LAKE, 3 BR 2 Bath fireplace. pr.f.rred. Full-time, part-time. Foxy camping O.K. Hunting and fishing. i v
$5,450 w/$130 dn.. $63.71 monthly
dock 4 Inch well 62000. 473-3843. Clothes, 9645650. 8/13 Itchg : '' ''
(K5y c- .-*' .-. vtd.AUCTION .
7/30 tfnchgSAMI'SON ASSEMBLE PRODUCTS AT HOME. (You'll ((904)) 236-4579 days ((904)) 622-24J8 ?- -
LAKE ESTATES Lak. front lov. It.) Excellent pay. For Info. Call eves. 2/12 tfn ; l6. T.O. I'M.'T:. 1'k, ;.
!! '
and lake access Lots available from 504641.8003 Ext. E9579. 7/30 4tpd .' '
$9000. Zoned Res/mobile home. 3 '/. 8/20 ,e- !. : I'
miles west of Stark. on beautiful ".00 HOUR Earn $300 Kit Show toys Train to oe a I

Sampson Lak. ((2000 + acres) Excellent and gifts FREE supplies and commission WANTED
fishing skiing and boating. Call Iris, 964-2030 or 9644889.
904-964-7753 7/30 tfnchgHIR1NGIII f t
eve-333-2038 Owner/broker 8/13 tfnchg Government lobs your WANTEDi WWI WWII AMERICAN German KOCH'S DRUG STORE I
area $15,000 $68,000. Call Japanese swords, medals,
SCHOOLSSEMI 6028388885. .id. 3493. 7/30 4tchg uniform., helmets, daggers, patches,
8/20 flags, posters, postcards flight Jackets, &url locally (-tamdpart-tma

REAL ESTATE LICENSING only $195. Call jumpsuits, armband, spikehelmets, Train on Hot airline computer Call St., Starke I
DRIVER TRAINING. Earn Big Buck 17554040. North Florida Real Estate books, doglogs, WAC clothing. Frank, llonuiludy and resident training. .
Drive Big Trucks) DOT Certification. College. 7/30tfn I-800-225.9019. 87.336 Financial aid available.Job
local and National Job Placement RESIDENT MANAGER Mature couple for LIVE IN HELP for elderly male 964-3508. placemen aaibuuica.National Fixtures and other items: on I

Assistance. Correspondence/Resident 44 unit rental property In St Training. Eligible Institution for Financial of IN MY HOME must have
Knowledge bookkeeping
Aid. Guaranteed Stud.nt Loans. beneficial. Maintenance experience own transportation. Apply 604 Eucluld A.C.T. Travel School August 29 at 1 p.m.

Call 18003463112. United Truck required. Salary plus apartm.nt ft Terrace Apt. A Thursday anytime or ACCREDITED MEMBER HKS C.
Master. Resident Training: Tampa utilities. Send resume to Southwlnd Friday after 2 p.m. 8/13 Itchg I II 1800-432-3004
Florida. Home Office: Clearwater. Management, P.O. Box 10293. Clearwater ',, : Can see at 10 a.m. gj

Florida. fcan 87-340 FL 34617. EOE. 7/30 4tpd 8/20
Some of the items are:

:.b.. FOR SALE Ice Cream Freezer f.i

D 0 0 0 Fill Dirt Top Soil L


ALL FREE ESTIMATES AND Large or Small Loads of Limerock
of (374-1443 or home : 485-155SJ REPAIRS Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer

964-6182 964-5823 964-6095
Stainless Steel Sink

File Cabinets I
904/388-2042 473-7969 904/388-1955 saeo.eae oaaa.ae C .;

Elixson Wood Products Inc. Cash Register

FIRST COAST WINDOWS Cypress Mulch and Pine BarkYou Toasters .

Window Replacement and Parts e Home Improvement"
Pick-up or W* A
Mobile Home (mulcted Replacement Windows | Display Cases

e Energy-Saving Solar Screening We Also Have j
e Rescreenlng e Custom Built Screens Carport Many Other ItemsI' :

e Screen Enclosure Patio e Soffit Red Heart Cypress Lumber | /.

e Mobile Home Repairs .

2565 W. Beaver St. Hours: Man.-Frl. 8 am-Spm :' 964-6649 I

Jacksonville 32205 Saturday Ba m.: to 12 Noon ... ... mlm\\YJi\\\


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II Starke Conf. . Union County. I

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ALONE Call BRINGING PEOPLE FREE TO GOOD HOMI kittens Call CO'S CHICK US OUT Clean rental TOWERS repair and tale. *.
170 TOGETHER) Starke' most respected 4962694. Iffreo46COMMERCIAL home tailored to schedule. alto atalllte service. Call Don Wllker-
x60. remodeled, $3500. YOUR OWN APPAREL OR HOI your pay
.3'050.8/6 2tchg 8/13 STORE choose from: /*.-t..or. doting service since' 1977. All ages Including PINES SR131, lust south of SRI00 In son at 496-2282 for free etllmote.
HOMES OP MERIT 4 811, 2 BA deluxe, ladle. apparel men. childrenmaternity senior cltlten Lake Butler Call 4962366. tfn/chg. 7116-31chrg.7/tO
low down payment. 11.49 % at $259 large .1.l ... petite, A I-800-648-4401. Hn PROPERTY 5/21
month. Uncle Roy's Mobil. Homes, danceweor/oerobk: bridal lingerie arocc..eorIetI WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE. OFFICE AND WARIHOUSI SPACI MORTGAGES
904.351.8314.730khg 8/20 tore. Add color analysis.Brand. Scandinavian' European, Brazilian RENTLEASEOFFICE located In Union County Time Building
iRIOAOIER.3 BR, 2 BA d.n,11.49% at .: Lit Clolbom. Gasoline.Heolthtex. High School Exchange student arriving at 150 West Main. Call "496-2261 for LOANS
$279 month deluxe throughout. Uncle Levl Lee Camp BeverfyHill In August. Become a host family for more Information. tfn
Roy'. Mobil. Ham... 904.391-8914. *. St.Michel: .Chau*.Outback Red, American Intercultural Student Ex AND WAREHOUSE SPACILocat.d CLIANEST HOMES IN TOWNI Nicely furnished WI BUY FIRST& SECOND MORTGAGES
change. Call 1.800-SIBLING 'fcan In Union County Times all electric central heat and
7/30 4tchg 8/20 Genesis. For nsa, Organically Grown loan for any purpote. NORWEST
87-334: building. Call for Information
LIBERTY 3 8R, 2 BA. 14 x 80, low down over 2000 other Or 13.99 On Price air private paved rood laundry and FINANCIAL, Ken Parrlth. 3909
payment. 11.49% at$169 a month. Un- Designer.Multi-tier pricing discount or OFFICE FACTORY WORKERS! Anyone 496-2261, tfn. park playground. Near schools, hasp, Newberry Rd.. Gainesville Fl.. 32t 1.
cI. Roy1 Mobil. Hom... 90/-351.8511. family shoe store. Retail prlc.. Interested In rick-free opportunity.Earn stole'oclll"... PINES SR-121, east Lake Call ((904)) 376-3363. 7/30-4tchrg-8/20
extra Sell from color
money CARS/TRUCKS Butler. Call 496-2366. Two childrenmax.
7/30ltchg 8/20 unbelievable for quality shoe normally -
It I*CLOSE OUT 9%down easy credit. priced from $19 To $80. Over 250 catalog Christmas Item., TOYS. ., and no pet, chg/tfn 5/21 HELP WANTED "
Extra Dollars
3 and 2 bedroom.. Full low brand 2600 $14.800 $26.900 on
at style to :
warranty Bolls Itself! Free Info from AMERICAN GALAXY $300 911' SW 8th St. LB,
Main Street LB. phone 496-0077.tfn-8/6
a* $139 a month. Uncl Roy't Mobil. Inventory, training fixtures, grand 496-3611.
HOME TOY PARTIES INC. 20 Rd., ltchrg-8/13
Homt, 904-391-8914. 7/30 4tchg 820REPO'S opening airfare, etc. Can open ISdays. Craig 174 FORD BUS 66 $600 I ACRI SHADED LOT with hook-up, SBS FOOD STORE-* In Lake Butler .to
Aitum paymntt, doubt and Mr. Sidney (612) 8886389.. Itpd Acton.((6t7)-263-2735.MA Icon 01720.87.329 Call Fran 496.2772 or 496-3329.passengers Itchrg.8/13 ready for mobile home 1.'/2 mile SW now accepting application for
tlngl' wldt. At Iowa. $139 per 8/13 of LB off SR121.. $60 per month. Manager Petition. Experience a mutt.
month. Fr.. credit check. Undo Roy' OWN YOU OWN WALLPAPER STORE. 496-2953. Itchrg 8/6 Company b.nefll.Salary bated an..-
Mobil. Home., 9I4.351.8514.. 7/30 No franchise, fee buy bock plan HELP WANTED MOBILE HOMES 3 BEDROOM HOUSE 1 bath In IB, perelnce' plus bonus. Send Return or
4tchg 8/20 available. .Inventory secures Invest FOR SALE S250/month, $50 deposit 496-1375. apply at SSS office. 2200 E. Duval
NEW & USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy ment. Wallpaper Factory Outlet. 8/13-2tpd-6/20 Street, lake City Fl. 32055. tfn/chg.
Well at A&W Mobil.Home 9646407or 1-205-833-8155. fcan 87-332 6/4
964.610&8/14 Hnrw "ALL CASH IUStNUS"Fo" machine operator Offer 2 week paid 12'x 65' MOBILE HOMI Two bedroom, 1 A/C.nice neighborhood In LB, $180 per PART-TIME position available, mat or
24 X 60 DOUBLEWIDE.all ref up In Olln't growing multi-billion dollar Industry vacation Insurance plan 3 paid 1/2 both central heat and air. Mutt month. Phone 496.3452.8/13.ltpd female. NAPA 496-2345. tfn-8/6
Subdlvltlon. Ready to move Into. which census figure show holiday and profit sharing.Experience tee to appreciate. $6OOO. Call I ACRE SHADED LOT with hookup, CASHIERS. PART-TIME GAS ATTENDANTS -
helpful,but not required.w.will train. ready for mobile home Near WS $65
13800. Financing ovoilobl. Coll average earnings of $1.346.40 per 4960071. tfn/chg. 3/19 now taking application, alto
964-9606.6/11 tfnchg month expanding to $3.231.54 due to Apply In person to Lake Butler Ap NEED MORI ROOM 24x70 doublewid.mobil. per month. Call 496-2183 after 5:30: experienced tire repairer and oil
2 DOUBLEWIDI REPO'Si Financing company's participation. Receive up to parel. 862tchrg813. horn, 4 bedrooms 2 batht, p.m. weekday 723ffnWORKSHOP changer. Apply at office of Brown'
available. Call .272.0625 collect tfn 72% tax write-off Hi tt year.No selling. family room. For family that want lots Inc., State Road 121418. Worthington
2 USED DOUBLEWIDESt low payment Service -.. ablish.d company accounts NOTICE of tpoce. Financing can be arranged If Springs. Phone 496-2161. tfnchrg-8/13
Low down payment. Call 1-272-O690 set up by company handling needed., price Includes d.llv.ry and set EXCELLENT INCOME taking chart phone
collect tfn Frito-Loy and other now brand food THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD up. Only$19,900. Call for appointment. messages at home. For Info call
1t74 MOBILE HOME 3 bedroom. 2 bath products. Require approximately 8hours RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 4960071. tfn 6118LAND 504.649.7922 ext. 401-A. Itpd 8/20
cathedral ceiling' solid wood construc per week and Investment of CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER GIFTS GALORE (EOW)
tion. Call 964-9640 after 6 p.m. 8/13 $15,000 cash for equipment. Call National THE TELEPHONE. SOUTH'S NEWEST AND BEST PARTY CAREER OPPORTUNITY for sewing
Itpd Commerce System. Inc. toll- FOR SALE PLANNING COMPANY I Is conducting a machine operatort. Offer 2 weeks paid
CLEAN 12 x 65 MOBILE HOME Ready to free 1-800-782-1550. Operator 4-S. FREE workshop In Lake City. If you vocation Insurance plan, 3 paid
move In. 25500. Call 964-8350. 8/13 Anytime. 8/13 Itpd PINES 30 ACRES WITH PINE TREES will divide 10 would Ilk. to make $1,500.$2,000 by holiday and profit sharing.Experience
Thanksgiving working 10.15 hour but We will
per helpful not necessary.
Near Santo Felllv.r.
acre parcels
week, are Invited to Western St..r In Lake Butler
COMMERCIAL PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE QUALITY LIVINGSR 1/2 mile wett of SR-121. you train. Apply person Ap
In 1C, Saturday, August 19, 11 am.1 parel. tfn-8/13
$1,690 per acre. Owner financing. p.m. Drawings for free dinner and
121 Lake Butler .I
((904)) 4963151. No calls after 8 p.m. door
prise 8/13-ltchrg
(904)496-2366 ltod-7/30 FOR SALE
CORNER BUILDING and/or restaurant I
CommercialBuilding 1.2 & 3 Bedroom Homes JUST OFF HWY 121, Approximately 2ocr.
equipment for 1.0... Will tell equipment .
teperately.Acrott from Santo F. Near Hospitals, Schools& State ., 496-3814. 8/13 4tchg 9/3 HOMESFOR "12 ISUZU DIESEL ENGINE I PARTS$750or
best offer 496-3629 after 9
Best restaurant p.m.
Community College. Facilities
location In 961.7188.8/6 NOTICETHE 1/30-Hchrg-8/20
town. tfnchg
Preference given to Long Term CAMPER AND TOW TRUCK 1982 Mallard
FOR LEASE 1.000 tq. ft.,301 South-next in Starke
Rentals Consult Office, Unit 23 Camper 17-1/2 ft.. telf-contalned. AC
to United Realty 964-8848. 964-8447. r TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U
or eves, 173-36274/16 tfnchg 1725 sq. ft.$36OOO.OO. I Cable TV Kid' Playground RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN repair). Delinquent/ tax property. awning, like, new 4000. Alto 1981
F-100 Tow Truck 302 V8, AC AT. PI,
Basketball Court Paved Pnvate Rd CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Rpottelon Call 1(809)687-6000.( )
Private laundromat Full Time MnlnfPocket. THE TELEPHONE.re Ext. GH-1136, for current r.po Hit. 7/2 long WB. topper, $4,700. Both camper,
8tpd. 820COUNTIY tow truck 8500. Roy Powell 496-3377.
964-8629 HOMI 3 bedroom. 1.1/2 bath 1tpd-8/13
brick CH&A (heat ), U-PICK MUSCADINE. SCUPANONCgrapet.
MOl Profit. pump w/porch enlarge
after 6:30 pms lot. Call 496-3123. 4960079. Martin't Fruit Farm Ft. White,
Use The Florida. Clas sifted Ad Network 813tfnchrgFARM 4972621. Closed Sunday.
FOR RENT -- HOME 3 bedroom on 5.97 ocret 8113.41chrg.93INSURANCE
s sr Now the F lorida Classified Ad Networkn land with utility building. 496-2198
1200 Ft.
Sq. +! (FCAN) co help you sell more real 8/13-2tpd-8/20
Ideal for Repair Shop GAGNONReBuilders' I estate for less. Your 25-word ad canr
(f LAKE BUTlERi Reduced for quick tale. 3
$200 per monthAt reach ovei 2 million readers across MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E.
BR,2 BA.CHSA.Large lot only$' 1,500
Rear of : I Florida for only $125 on the FCAN net. $38.000. Mathews Realty, 9644469. Main Street Inturance lake S.rvlc.10 Butler 496-3978.tfn

Mosley Tire Co. Bulldozer Work work-70d laily and weekly newspaperse 2/5tfn Complete
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:_ covering th state.te "
On US 301 South Culverts Installed '

See Lynn at Fill Dirt & Top Soil: i Call'or for wri free the Florida Press Service David Lawson Paint & Body Shop
today a i I brochure on pocketings
Lynn's Body Shopor 9 4-5414 more profit with FCAN and the name of Insurance Collision Work Free EstimatesCR

call McDougall If No Answer'9648O1O << 1 the FCAN lewspaper nearest you.
229 NW 28th St.
Ewrybedv rods CU..Jnds'S 964-6133
1904786.8989 .-.;- .. The Bn.ndford County Telegraph t toN
P.O.D.awer A, Starke. FL 32091 -

Durrance Pump & SupplyU.S.

H SAVE $2. Subscribe to the Telegraph This Week $1O. In county. t 301 North 864 N. Temple Ave., Starke a

i, Send Check to: P.O. Drawer A. Include your name & address. Offer expires Friday August 21. *Pumps Plumbing *Well Drilling 4+ .

__ : : MacClean Water Conditioners .

.' i000000000iii000000ii00000000iii00000iiii00iI For Sale or.Rent 964-7061 \"',";. ::;;-

GRAND) OPENING Open.frtg+ Late August

to Forest Park Apartm nts

I OlVlE-JOIIf THE FUN Attractive 1&2 BR/1 B Apts., range, .... :.i.';::
f i heat & air"i'" : .
I refrigerator, carpet, cent :' ...:-j... .:\.
patio and laundry. Rents from $180. !: f :.: ": ::'V"\

Fashion Stop Mall (Across street from BHS) IA $220. min. 775 NE 1st St. Lake ButlerFor ;*-= ,,::...;.,.' ..:r

I / information/application: / .'. "
WPXE Live Broadcast G.I Tropical Property Management Inc. -

1021 NW 40th Dr. Gainesville. Fl 32605

(904) 372-8327 E.H.O.

Saturday Aug. 15 -
5 Room for the price of 4 Living. BRS
From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. OFFERED
Visit our completely remodeled shopping center today '', I,;'Quality Work Low Low Price 91 Jt93 EDM:'
I (Any Room A Hall) . . . . Scotchgard Available:
we have four stores to serve Take advantage of i
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to compered of Germany national*.
i CJlIIIe mat's u skills a-
1: -:=:

ftIIe and apply. MSgt
Warren ;who fe the NCOIC ofDKrl.
.., was rexporwble for eoordtnalmg .
projects for the Florida
Gaanftunm.MSgt. .
Hodge assigned thecarpenter left
section to remove and
replace safttwU dugout roofs. They
ah matured and replaced rotten
boards ill me blearier section of ate
faunal The cimuidei of the per-
BMMif I bad the opportunity to marry
op with nufitary personnel and Ger-
many national empl yea..They ac
eeptedthedtaltemgethstthey would
remember forever* which was to
work with their German counter

fanny incident*and a great education d .. n.. sr
for cor rural North Florida Fit to serve..,
CaudAnea. Touring Castles and Historic Sights...
You can take the Army out of the Country, but take Fitness out*the Members fit
you PhYllcal Army.
The card... many: skilled craftsmen Vie Grlffh. Jeff Moore and Shawn Hart view a castle that was being I
the 653rd cool weather for their
in the makeup of the omt.This restored near Ida Oberstlen,Germany.Members of the 653rd had time to enjoyed PT test while at Baumbolder.;Germany.
enabled IlIaD to work with many differed sightsee while on duty in Germany.
German crews.TIle welders
bad the opportunity la work with a tryside. The tour was conducted by '"
German crew in cutting up a boiler SP4 Karl F.Baker,whose unit HHT Packham. "But when you have a In another country added much to
needing la te ftpIac Mechanics 1/llth ACR, is responsible for project to do, there is usually someone the experience. ,
worked on routine maintenance and patrolling the border. The tour was with the experience to do it." "And the fact that we got to do
repair of vehicles;Heavy equipment to the zone where the main border Unit commander Capt. Larry some sightseeing was an added
operators boned garbage at the fortification consisted of the iron Stubbs wrapped it up when he said bonus," he said. 'The troops really
landfill; Draftsmen and surveyors curtain high fence), observation that the mission training was very seemed to their time here in
acted in engineering or building tower, etc. The primary purpose of good, but that the training of coping Baumholder:
plan. The most difficult transition the fence Is to keep people from East
was for Ole electricians.The higher Germany from escaping to the West.' I
Confused About New Tax Laws?
voltage used in Germany was The troops also had opportunitiesto
sawetsog they bad to cans der. take a tour of the Rhine River by Enroll in H&R Block's
Overall,teexperencedwmkingwith boat and tour other nearby coun- .
Ole German nationals was aprat tries. 1987 Tax
challenge. The general reaction 1st Sgt. Michael Brown coordinated .heard a lot about fax reform, read a lot about the new tax lew*..Let u>explain
of the personnel could be summed many other projects with what these phrases mean when you enroll to H&R Block Income Tax Coo.....
op in a direct quote from SP4 MSgt. Hodge during the training i.l In addition to learning the nuti and bolts of.tax preparation,you will oho receive clear
Terry Hoypeuliiouwer from Max- period. Brown commented that this explanation of the 1987 lax law change and how they will affect your situation You
nlle. He sad-I tore being here in type,* of training was necessary. will discover how to benefit from lhe changes and how to usa to new lax. law to your
Urn This is the first time we've ever
Germany. &JacI8JIIIUaJ trainingwas
conducted a}+ontage. You'll receive the information from some of the f mett and experienced
here; the food and beer isgreat. our annual training outside -
." He also commented on the of Florida," said Brown. "It Isessential lax preparation Inslructars in the country. And, you!have lhe opportunity to expand or
booty, of the country and how that we be able to travel to enhance your job-related skills.
friendly the German people were. another location and function using These' are just some of .lhe. reason why the H&R Block lax course .ho proved so
lloppei&rouwer stated that the the Army supply system to get popular for more than 30 yeas Many of our students return from year to year to continually
hardest part was trying to comprehend materials to do the projects in a professional upgrade(heir lax preparation, dull.
what the Germans were manner. The fact that i This year, we're ready with all''lhe Information you need regorcog tv 1987.lax law
saying during work bat through we're training in this country adds a changes. Our clams. begin September 9 and run far 13 weeks. You can choose from
and band motions lot of excitement for personnel he 4 .
sign age
added. morning afternoon or evening courses offered at two area locations. One low fee
everyone managed.Tbe -- --
flay annual training period The makeup the National Guard Let there be lights covers materials,suppland"textbooks.
HSR Block dfoce0l916N.Temple Ave.,Starke,Florida soon or con our
offered an opportunity for the unit to engineering unit is no different than Slop by your
tour Germany. Tie 53rd Area Support that of a regular Army unit.They'renot equipment Sp4 Parsons In Baumholder.Howard from Keystone Heights works on the electrical office Stoke 964-8286,or our Willnlon office 528-4965,to enroll.
Group arranged a tour of the so much part-time soldiers as -
bonier between East and West Ger part-tune civilians. dent contractors, a firefighter, correctional
many. The border was near Fulda.toscta Unit personnel include an officers for the Florida
a a 4-bnor bus ride from engineer for the Florida departmentof prison system and many others.
Rasanbotder This presented an op- transportation, a senior engineerfor The civilian professions of our DENMARK
portmly to see much of the COUllm an electric company, indepen- people are varied" said WO Buddy

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22.00O miles LOADED Silverado 95 $149.95reg.

87 Chevrolet Celebrity. .. .. . . $9.995.00 LOW M
ATAC.PB.PS. stereo 5900 miles reg. $169.95

86 GMC 1500 High Sierra .. .. . . 8988.00 PRICE! .
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86 Buick Somerset .. .. .. .. : . 8988.00 1't SALE _

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