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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 20, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Worth \fatingDrug Paris to Get Refund if Fee Exceeds City's 'E' x"p' "e'n' 's"e"'s'I I


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by Buster Rahn Opinions Discussion... "The judge can so order." Councilman Charles Schaefer The vote was 4-1, with Schaefer

Free Schools... BCT Staff Writer When Paris requested the returnof Crosby then asked, "What are we moved to reject the request, but the dissenting.
Michael Howard Paris met with his qualifying fee Mayor Vernon out?" motion died for lack of a second.
An organizational meeting for Starke city council Tuesday, August Silcox asked city attorney Terence Clerk Neil Tucker responded by Councilman Bobby Biggs then Background...
Bradford County's Drug Free 18, to request the return of$1,175,the Brown for an opinion on making the saying, "The cost of printing 100 made a motion to determine the Paris, who has lived in Bradford
School Program is set for 7 p.m. amount he paid to qualify to run in reimbursement. ballots, attorney's fee and court costs incurred, deduct the cost from County for the past 17 years,
Thursday, Aug. 27, In the board the chief of police race. Attorney Brown said, "City or- cost." the $1,175 tendered, and refund the registered in the city June 8,with his
room of the Starke Center of SFCC. Paris was disqualified from runn dinances provide for the collection of Attorney Brown said court cost balance to Paris, if there be a address being 394 Weldon St., a
Speakers will include School ing, in a decision by Judge Osee qualifying fees but it is silent on the will amount to "about $150, plus the balance. house that is being renovated. Paris
Superintendent Jim Duncan and Fagan who found that Paris did not refunding of fees." In order to refund cost of a court reporter,and my fees, Mayor Silcox expressed his agree- then qualified to run in the city elec-
Sheriffs Investigator Don Denton. meet the city's residency require- the fee, it will be necessary to which have not been calculated." ment to the motion;"if the city can tion chief of police race, against In-
Representatives from community ment. rewrite the ordinance Brown told Crosby then asked If the city had legally return the money." cumbent, Jimmy Bowen.
organizations and any interested The council heard the request, the council. been in error in allowing Paris to Attorney Brown agreed the city Bowen filed a formal written protest
citizens are urged to attend. discussed its merits, and promisedto Councilman Jimmy Crosby askedif qualify to which attorney Brownreplied can legally refund the amount exceeding with the city based on the city's
return that part of the fee which a judge could order the council to "The city did nothing the cost incurred in the pro-
exceeds the cost of filing and (See School..P.8A)
Civic Center. litiga- and wrong. cess.
Kingsley .. tion. refund the fee, Brown said

An Important program and I I
covered dish supper is set Saturday
Aug. 29, at the Kingsley Lake
Civic Center. ,
Voter registration will be r :, e/ School

available from 6 to 7:30: p.m. Com-
missioner James Jett will discussthe
October 6 referendum on the
proposed one-cent sales tax in-
crease in Clay County.
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Blood Drive Set... r Ri Opens

A community-wide blood drive is ?
set here August 24-25 by the Civitan
Regional Blood Center of
Gainesville.
There is a current blood shor-
tage. The community-wide drive is
MondaySchool
set to make up the shortage and
give the center a supply of blood.
Anybody donating once a year
through the Chamber of Commerce
account here is eligible for blood -i : buses will roll Monday
without charge should the donor morning, Aug. 24, for the opening of
need it; donating twice a year the 1987-88 school term.A .
makes a person's entire family smooth opening is expected for
eligible. Bradford's 4,200 students, projected
from state figures plus enrollment
from last January. I'm hoping they
Festival.
Art
.. show up," says Supt. Jim Duncan.A .
The Starke Festival of the Arts is last minute rush has been on to
scheduled for October 24-25 on Jefferson aR1hli ready the new construction for occupancy -

Street beside the Starke .. s ..a on opening day, but it's
College .r. y been touch and go. The new BHS
Center of Santa Fe Community -
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G w 'b''Igr i,4. .,' 'tlM 1 7 J"r5 cyr f .w science lab, for instance, won't be
ready for opening day. The new
Applications are now being accepted .. ..
for artist entries. Deadlinefor .. agriculture classroom space in the

artist applications Is Aug. 28. ;..,;. .......... Vo-Tech Center was supposed to be
Entertainment applications are ..... ......"" <. ... ready. And there is new parking
available now. -_, H" space at Southside Elementary and
For Information call Nancee beside the BHS gym, and improved

Clark Carol Brown at 395-5159 in ,'" ..........' 1 ....V"J 11,1 I r" ...... park ng.spaces at Starke Elemen-, .

Gainesville or call the SFCC Starke .
Center at 964-5382. School hours and bus routes will
begin at the same times as last year.
One new bus route has been created,
Call-In Program... involving 38-39 students on US-301
south because of overcrowded condi-
A morning call-in service to tions on buses 67, 89, and 105.
assist senior citizens who are aloneis The school system, with 508
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offered by the Starke Police y employees now, is still short a music
Department according to Chief teacher at Southside Elementaryand

Jimmy Bowen.To 1> Project on Track... a drop out prevention instructor,
become involved in the pro r't't&L which is a basic math teacher, at
gram a citizen is asked to register Guardsmen from Camp Blanding are busy put- Bradford
with the Police Department, then ting the finishing touches on a restructured road- "We High. smooth of
over Alligator Creek In part of a $250,000 Im- expect a opening
call in before 10 a.m. each day. way school Duncan. There
will project on Treadwell Road off SR 21 says Supt.
provement
After 10 a.m. the Police Dept. last minute classroom airconditioning
are some -
check on those citizens who have I near Keystone Heights, a popular public access
not called in. If there is no answer, t for swimmers hunters and fishermen.Yet discovered when problems teachers returned just
4"r another benefit of the Is shown at
project
a police officer will visit the ; Tuesday snd Wednesday. "The
residence. ; left as Spec. 4 A. Haynes and Sgt. L. Williams
maintenance staff is
working night
take cool break from the hot summer heat witha
a
Chief Bowen reminds the public
and day and will work all weekend
quick swim In the water now flowing under the
that the service is available
and as long as it takes to get things
roadway through Alligator Creek.
No Job. No Skill... The creek was often blocked in the past but will going usual," says students Supt. Duncan.As will holi-
get
a
now flow freely good news for the residents of
Job Corps-Training slots are Lake Brooklyn.In day on Labor Day, Sept. 7. The first
available in health occupations, teacher planning day is Oct. 9.
{ the picture above: Guardsmen are using all
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plumbing, welding, business- n rl Thanksgiving holidays are Nov.
the equipment In this borrow pit area for the pro.Jett
clerical, auto mechanic and other and have blocked the run-off from the area In- 2527.
skills for men and women ages 16 to the creek a source of complaints In the past. The first football game is set Sept.
11 when Flagler Palm Coast visits
21.Obtain .
through ,
For more details see page B-l.
a GED, earn spending here.
money and savings money and Individual school openings are:
make a good life for yourself.
Room and board, clothing Bradford High...
allowance transportation, medical BHS hours are from 8:07: to 3:02.
and dental} care will be provided.For ...'''" Students will find their names on six
more information, visit the lists posted around the school, and
Job Service Office at 1430 South report to the classrom to which they

First Street, Lake City, or phone are assigned.

Irene Pearce at 752.3121.Upcoming. ._.. ...;..'- Student names will be posted
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;' alphabetically by grades,with about
/- .f4I..:.. !. -by M..k.......," 20 students per teacher.

(See Pa"iS..p.3A)
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The following meetings are

agencies scheduled: by local governmental. Hospital on Schedule to Meet Goals, Administrater Says I

An important meeting of the

County Commission is set at 7 p.m. Buster Rahn fee based on the severity of the ail Dents If transfer is called for, they the job, or on call, 24 hours per day.It surance companies and the 'ederal
Monday, Aug. 24, at the Holiday by ment. are sent out," says Rearick. When draws its employees from a 30 government are balking at paying
Inn in Lake City to discuss the BCT Staff Writer Administrator According to Rearick the hospital the special care unit is activated, mile radius, which includes for services not received ay thier
engineering report on alternative Bradford County Rearick Hospt'al the- expects to activate the "special careunit more patients will be kept here, Gainesville. Within a circle that clients,and hospitals must now alter
Tim
waste disposal for 13 North Florida 54-bed medical says is on ," (Also known as intensive care especially those suffering from car- large, Rearick says, there are suffi- their billing procedures.
facility
counties. projected inpatient unit) on or about September 1. Dr. disc and pulmonary ailments, since cient experienced medical staff Hospitals, Bradford Included, now
schedule for meeting
Starke council: 7:30 p.m., Mon ER George Restea has been appointed jccellent care will then be available. available to meet local needs. screen patients closely, prior to ad
day, Aug. 24. Budget work session days, emergency room ( ) medical director of special care, The community does need addi- mission. Emergency cases are
Bradford County Zoning Board utilization and revenues. Doubles. in treated regardless of ability to pay.
Is functioning with Ana Dodd as supervisor. Census .. tional doctors, more especially
7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 25, Starke ci- The community facility services for- Special care has three beds, and a When asked about patient census pediatrics. There is a need for an Non emergency cases without the
ty hall. Two requests for rezonings residents well, providing, and becoming a glass front, allowing full time obser- Rearick referred to records, andsaid obstetrician and an orthopedist, but ability to pay, are not knowingly ad-do
area mitted. continue to
Hospitals
are up for discussion. vation of patients. patient ceiuus doubled in the perhaps not on a full time basis. The
'Unless a site plan comes in, the viable Institution. Bradford hospital has two family practi- some charity work, but attempt to
Unfortunately, hospital past 12 months.
Santo Fe Health Care Systems,the those before admit--
Board will not meet Identify patients
Starke Zoning organization, and operator of does not have an obstetric unit,and In June, 1986, the patient load tioners, one surgeon and one inter-
Aug. 27 as scheduled. The time for parent the is pleased with the does not deliver babies,since none of averaged 10 per day. In June, 1987. nist as active staff members, work- ting them. Bradford
advertising a city zoning change tacit fro- in Starke, Rearick said. Last year Hospital
far, and expects the local doctors are obstetricians. the patient load was 20.1 per day. ing off in
wrote $316,079 charity cases,
in
has passed.Slarke The federal government 1985
in Rearick says if an obstetrician The medical staff has been increased -
become fully self-supporting an and in bad debts.
$519,239
Commission, 7:30 p.m., designated Bradford County as People
unannounced projected time frame. begins to practice here, the hospital from 3 active doctors, to 5.Those who do not their hospital bills
Tuesday Sept. 1. Regular meeting. health pay
will the within the primary care, manpower
have to add necessary figures are projections
the
The new hospital Improved to taken to small
being
are subject
Bradford School Board, 7 and medically under
p.m. of medical services to the facilities, such as a delivery room, made by Sante Fe Health Care shortage area claims and
delivery situation court, having a judge-
Tuesday, Sept. 8, second public served. The is largely un-
its BH.
community through improvement In and a nursery.Transferring. Systems upon taking over ment lodged against them.
budget.
hearing on changed.
with and Bradford Hospital now has a few
the physical plant, larger
Brooker Council, 7:30 ,
p.m. Patients... more full time employees than the
Tuesday, Sept. 8. Regular meeting improved patient rooms, Improved Complaints and Billing...
temperature controls, quieter, with When asked about stabilizing and old facility had, but utilizes part Future Plans...
and budget work session.
"as needed"basis The billing causes most
throughout, and improved transferring patients to Alachua time employees on an process
'Bradford Commission, 8 p.m., control carpeting of traffic in the patient area, General, Rearick said the local to control labor costs It is onschedule complaints by patients, according to Rearick sees an Increase In out
Wednesday, Sept. 9. Public hear- now housed on the second facility does not have all subspecialties for"break-even"point,but Rearick. It is a complex system in patient care In the future of Brad-
since they are
ings on: millage levy, solid waste and proble-as .are ford Hospital, with the possibility of
floor. Visitor's waiting areas on board, such a* an or the projected date for breaking even all hospitals,
disposal ordinance, two cents per much Improved in the new surgeon. Victims with la not available, Rearick said. escalated by insurance companies, an out-patient clinic, and increased
gallon gasoline tax, boat wake or- are mule broken bones or complex "Even if the hospital falls below Medicare, Medicaid and other activity in the ER unit.

Hinance. building.The room is now tuna fractures, arc transported to projected plans, Sante Fe Health payers entering the picture. It will endeavor to retain patientsin
emergency
Public hearings on budgets: hours day, staffed by specialist* In the field of or- Care Systems is committed to mak- Some people don't pay their Bradford County, and bring in
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hursday, Sept. 10. Brooker, 7:30 tioning In-house physicians per and nurses. thopedics. Other patients, requiringthe ing Bradford Hospital a viable finan- hospital bills. In times past, Rearick specialists from both Jacksonvilleand
.m.; Hampton, 7 p.m.; Lawtey, to the ER has increased services of a specialist not cial success," Rearick told The said, the people who paid their own Gainesville, as needed Present
::30 p.m.; Starke, 7:30 p.m. Visits this from 550 available locally, are transferredout. T.J.graph. bills, paid also for those who did not. patient services will continue to be
almost 50 percent year,
Bradford County Commission, month visits in June In other words, the billing was structured upgraded and fine tuned to Improve
9:30: a.m. Monday, Sept. 14. per Rearick said., to The 778 basic cost of goingto "Bradford Hospital la responsible Employees... to generate enough money to medical services to area residents,

Regular Sept. Is meeting.Labor Day.The first Mondayin the ER is$17,plus the physician's for the best are possible for its pa- The hospital has a radiologist on cover the non-payors. Today, In- said Rearick.






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Hand-in-Iland...
Millard Brown, director of the Vo-Tech Center, tells the group his I
Some 50 interested persons gather In the BUS cafeteria for a kickoff a joint effort to improve education. Dr. Bernie McFadden of the SFCC school already works with businesses In training personnel to operate
luncheon as the Chamber of Commerce and school officials plan to launch Starke Center, chairs the Chamber's Education Committee. equipment, they Just don't advertise It.
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I' Schools, Chamber Partnership Set I Ir' Now Serving 'North MI

... West to Lake Butler, east
business-education partnership fads but a person who learned to force 2) the quality of life. ountry to Keystone & Melrose \O McDonalds

r'r'A kicked off at a Monday,Aug. 17, think, said Mark Mullins, owner of Supt. Jim Duncan, terming the north to Maxvllle couth
attended by some 50 in- the local Crosley Trailer franchise. students in the school system as"the arpets to Hawthorne. \Allioator Creek
terested school personnel and Hearing that Dr. McFadden told most valuable resource of any community -
Chamber of Commerce members. Mullins there is a seat open on the ," said the education systemis ofStarke
Students could be exposed to Chamber's Education Committee."If ready to participate in the part- OKOA Owan Joist Rd.
broader opportunities to learn about we're going to be a success in nership."I 964-6108 or 964-6154 77country
different businesses, educators economic development, it must be think it's important to you to open: Mon-Sat 9-5 Carpets
could become more aware of the with a quality education and know exactly what goes on in our South Sot
businessman's point of view, and vocational-technical system," said schools Just as we need to know Registered "PEPPERELL" & "WEST POINT
businessmen would find more oppor- Chuck McKeown, the Chamber'sman more about business"Supt.Duncan PEPPERELL" DealerS
tunities to contribute to education, in charge of economic develop- said.
said Chamber Director Jack ment. There are dollars available at Some 50 persons representing a We Sell it Country Carpets SPECIAL of the WEEK

Eckdahl. the state level for job training, wide variety of local businesses, the S We Install it Solid
Saxony or Sculptured
In businessmen McKeown said.Education .
summary seem legal profession, law enforcement
interested in the education system is the key to economic officials, teachers, and school administrators We Guarantee it $9 .99 sq yd. Installed w/9/16" padding
out students better McKeown said. A
turning preparedfor development, attended the noon lun-
the industrial wo 'Id, capable of business criteria for evaluating a cheon in the Bradford High School (ClCJ ( VISA J. Values up to $15.99FlnancingAvallable
accepting training fc r a specific industry community as a location possibility, cafeteria. Burger King catered the
that might come to the area. he said,is: 1) the quality of the labor luncheon. Several Handsome and Vibrant Colors to Choose from.

_Or.. Bernie McFadden,supervisor -
01 the local SFCC Starke center,
said he and School Supt.Jim Duncan
came back from a meeting in Tam-
pa, sponsored by the Florida
Chamber of Commerce and the I
State Department of Education
"..with the conviction that we mightbe
the smallest county in the state to 'iLEJ
have one, but we can have a partner-

ship Business program.really" wants an educated Stack Up Big Savings I

employee, not just educated with

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Approves I KillerHas ;::..1 ': with Silicone Fi\I

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k Has reach of 20'above ground. ;,: ,4 Use inside and

Rollbackby "?:? Controls yellow jackets, ants and out. Resists SPECIAL $4100

p, many other insects. 15 oz. #1103 moisture. PaintPRICE 1 f
able, easy to Less mfr. 1

Joe GissyBCT clean up. reb 151.00 lIlt '

Staff WriterA yra+ 20-year mfr.guarantee. .
proposed tentative $100,000 SPECIAL $199 W Afterrebate It; .
budget for Brooker was first lookedat PRICE 10.5oz. #18101 rR'r'E II
and the Council to a a,
Aug. 6 agreed Rebate limit.:2_per household ,, 'r
hold to the rollback millage of 1.084, --- I
down from 1.313 mills. -
This means that property owners .PouJanr SERV7TIWac
who have not had an increase in : v "
Chain Saw
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assessment will realize a reductionin Assorted Keys
taxes. The rollback rate is the Powerful 2.3 cu.In. engine with solid state Ignition
I For most residential locks and Americanmadecars.
millage which will produce the same
Automatic oiler.Ughtwelght,easy to handle. .
amount of tax dollars as was raised \t ,, Some assembly required 42300 Nickel-plated brass. Limit per customer.
last year.The difference is due to an
increase in assessed value of property $14999 2/s-joo
in Brooker. c- w. SPECIAL PRICE SPECIAL PRICE
The proposed budget was balanced -
when presented by Clerk Linda
Robinson, and the council plans no i KnapeAVogt
48" 12"x36'Walnut 12'Anochrome
further work sessions until the two o
required public hearings.The Soft Toilet Seat Anochrome
total budget for the year October Standard Shelf Bracket
1, 1987 to September 30, 1988 Vinyl-covered foam for regular' bowl.Has dlal-on e80AN0 Solid%particle Pletednnlehfixtures aboard u
for for decorator z
hinge easy installation. vinyl or utility
will be just under $100,000. The 0 cov.r.d.s9e0W use, 180ANO
largest sources of income will be \C SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIAL y
from state revenue sharing $34,500, $999 -- PRICE PRICE PRICE
utility bills $21,000, gasoline taxes SPECIAL PRICE =
$8,750 and the half cent sales tax $219 $459 $119 A
received from the state$7,200. c
Two public hearings are requiredby ROE3IC
law Before the budget can be for- > Septic Killer
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mally adopted. The first meetingwill f .: Tank
be September 10, at 7:30 p.m.; ;x; Treatment Keeps sewer Ones Ires American-made high quality nails In 2 sizes,
the second meeting will be :;ht em. from root blockage lora 1 8d or 18d.lib.SPECIAL.
September 21, also at 7:30 p.m. .J I I Prevents clogging lora fully ar.2 Its. sK-TTdetergents.
; : lull year.Resists
"The garbage billing structure
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needs Clerk Lin- 99
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change, says
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o ::::- # trj !. a box _
da Bills not
Robinson. are reflectingthe --
amount of garbage generated in .:..... a PRICE eachHeavyDuty I

an equitable way. No action was
taken at this meeting, however. ACT n 6-Ouf/ef
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"Some should be budgetedfor
money SPECIAL$799 ''t-'H ,
the city park" near city hall,said Drain Cleaner Center PRICE :

councilman A.B. Adams. "The Push-to-reset clrL...*mfr.cuil
school board has fences in their Unclogs drains without fumes acid or odor.Stronger breaker autom.In
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budget for the school building and mix is safe for use in all plumbing. 1 qt. '600Xil'A99 maticallyshuts rebate _-"c gff;; t
playground, so that area will not be down any power
available for local use, except for $ overload.On-aH After $I99
organized games sponsored by the SPECIAL PRICE .. switch. MOC-6C rebateWOOOINGSwtJIONA t
recreation department," he said.
"We may want to put up some lights
down here." Sled .
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ImpulseSprinkler Garden PickMattock
funds
The fire department { ;
allocated from the County Commis- I4; :
sion have been transferred to the t/1.
Fire Council. "I don't know what to ,; Sprays evenly up to 5.300*q,ft in full or part circle. 2V Ib. high-carbon head with 36" handle.Excellent
do about this item, now" said Clerk Adjustable distance control.PS-5 garden/utility tool 56981
Robinson. "We may not get our $i=99 r
$1,200 from the council, or we may $799
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get more." SPECIAL PRICE SPECIAL PRICE


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Drug Free Schools I



I The Bradford County School drug abuse education in elementary.
vz District has received a grant of middle and high schools.
$15,029 for a combined Comprehensive -
Health Education program anda The Comprehensive Health
Drug Free Schools Program. Education Program is aimed at
developing educational activitiesand
R __ Mrs. Adele Mitchell has been materials which will assist
li. a t 1' 1 assigned to organize the programfor Florida students, teachers and ad-
the Bradford school system,with ministrators in understanding
t r assistance from the district health health problems! and principles.!

4 M m s 1'" T o,) con-Bctt! Mrs Burney Winkler.:
The duties of the local organizercouncil
t
Mrs. Mitchell has retired alter 30 are to establish an advisory ,
r v+ "z to ; years in the Bradford School develop a public relations brochure,
i She had been a teacher of organize a"Just Say No"week dur-
Health Occupations in the Middle ing the school year, and organize a
School, and before that, had been a Drug Education and Referral Policy
girl's physical education teacher In Review Committee.The .
both the Middle School and High
organizational meeting for the
School for many years.
reNS..r e V ,l t s program is to be held in the board
The drug free program is seen as room of the Santa Fe Community
an extension of the total school College at Starke at 7 p.m. Thurs-
health program, to be coordinatedby day,August 27.
the Northeast Florida Educa-
tional Consortium, with assistance Speakers will include School
,9 from the local organizer. Superintendent Jim Duncan and
,
The grant funds are to be aimed at Deputy Sheriff Don Denton.
k improving local programs of drug Representatives from community
and alcohol abuse prevention, early organizations and all interested
: intervention,.treatment referral and citizens are urged to attend.

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Burger King Wins July Improvement Award...

Gena Gallo, hostess manager, left, and husband Phillip Gallo. the The Gallos moved here from Palatka to manage the new Burger King. Need insurance for your home, I
manger, receive the Bradford Improvement Award for July from Suzan Gallo worked six years in Palatka as an assistant manager. They've pur-
Faulkner, chairperson of the Improvement Committee for the Chamber chased property here and plan to move to Bradford County. mobile home, car, life or boat?
of Commerce.
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Aug.: 26 Start Set on Downtown Renovationby tt13lt e tS for I have all your the right needs.coverage

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,
Buster Rahn bia Paving Co.. contractor for the downtown Starke, the installation of Wednesday, August 19. The railroad) .. ,, '. .
BCT Staff Writer Downtown Project, told Ms. Wise new traffic lights at the corner of will sign a release on a section of its
Julee Wise, representing Linda several days ago that workmen Walnut and Call Streets, construc- right-of-way, following DOT'S ap-
Day, administrator for the would begin Aug. 19 moving equipment tion of wheel chair ramps and proval for closing the crossing.
Downtown Revitalization Grant, into Starke in preparation for replacement of broken sidewalks Ms. Wise said the contractor will Ken Chitty
told the Starke city council that beginning work. Ms. Wise said she along Call Street, between US-301 pave parking lots first, in order that 440 W Madison St /instate'
$23,510 remained unencumbered in was unable to contact Null on Tues- and the railroad. people will have a place to park dur- In New Winn DixieShopping ,
the parcel acquisition fund, and is day, but assumed the date was firm, Ms. Wise said DOT has been work- ing construction of Call St. The lot Ctr { AlkUU lo ..Company
available for transfer to some other since she had heard nothing further. ing closely with Columbia Paving,in across Thompson St. from city hall 964 4695 I y AHitau Uf*luuramaConpaojr
line item. Wednesday, August 19, there was order to preclude duplication of is the site of a parking lot, and the NortUmaMUiaouRACARDPs
Ms. Wise recommended the no sign of contractor's equipment on work, as much as possible. Some of vacant lot surrounding the old
transfer to street improvementfund. the job. Ms. Wise was able to reach the new sidewalk will require Rosenberg building.
Null by phone,and was told,"Due to removing and replacing, but it has -
The city council, meeting in internal delays, it will be Wednesday been minimized through cooperationof
regular session Tuesday August 18, August 26, before they can both parties.
concurred and approved the recom- move onto the job site." John Miller, president of the ffLEISCHMANNS
mendation 50. Null assured Ms. Wise the late Downtown Progress Committee,
Ms. Wise said the meeting con- start will not jeapordize the ending asked when will it be possible to
stituted a public hearing for the date of the project,January 15, 1988. close the railroad crossing on Jeffer- C GIN PUERTO RICANrum
grant fund, and recorded the namesof The State Department of son St. Attorney Brown said the request -
everyone in attendance. Transportation (DOT) currently has is in DOT'S Tallahassee office, --
Mike Null, spokesman for Colum- two projects in progress in and that he would follow UD on it DISTILLED DRYGIN WM}? 1.75 LITER AMBER

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Lucile Green MADISON STREET LITER 619 45 SILVER

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Dies, Rites BAPTISTPRESCHOOL : ,RELSKA, N-i w.rs 3ncient /

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1.15 LITER ?cfAgr F ,a
Lie.# 030469 ,2-\ 59.2 or. P y"
Harris Green, matriarch of 1.75 LITER '
the R.A. (Lex) Green family of 99 99.2 '
Starke, died at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, $$
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Aug. 18, in Bradford Hospital of apparent 900 W. Madison St, Starke. FL 32091 -

Mrs.heart Green failure.is the widow of former \ \_/ /
U.S.Congressman.A. (Lex)Green Dir. Eula Nichols Asst.. Dir. Ina Martin
who served 20 years in the U.S.
House of Representatives and owned y PRICES BEGIN THURSDAY, _
the Green Buick dealership in i.AUGUST 20th. THRU
Starke. Mrs. Green entered the COURTNEY'SSCHOOL W.voosA'Opp9 WEDNESDAY AUGUST 26th

hospital last week. "= = AT OUR STARKE LOCATION ONLY!
Funeral arrangements for Mrs. OF DANCE _
Green, 76, are set at 4 p.m. Friday, -:_ \ \ !, J4 -_ _
Aug. 21, in the First Baptist Churchof Announces Classes in Starke t Ii -
Starke, of which Mrs. Green is a
in
long-time member. Burial will be in Beginning September
New River Baptist Church Registration Now in Progress ;
Cemetery.Jones Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.Mrs. Classes In Ballet Tap & Jazz

Green was a long-time for boys and girls aged 3 and up.
member of the Board of Directors of

Bradford Hospital,Inc.,serving dur- For registration or information, please call:
ing the rebuilding process which the
hospital recently underwent. She 964-7366 964-4405 or 473-7757
was a member of the Woman's Club
of Starke of which she is a past-
president, and a past district direc--
tor; she served on the Bradford
Democratic Committee, and was a Fred Davis Dulck-Pontiac, Inc. B .
state Democratic Committee Announces the Association of 1 R a
Woman, and was a member of the "MELITANENEves.
local duplicate bridge club.
Survivors include four children: 964-718O
attorney Robert Alexis (Buzzy) I 0111E
Green of Starke; Mrs. Curtis G. IbntiaHBUtCKrOWTlAC.
(Lucile)Sanders of Starke; attorney
William H. (Bill) Green of

Tallahassee, and Michael Andreau ruo oAw BUICK ..........
Green of Gainesville.She is also sur- .MC. TNUCN.
vived by two sisters: Mrs. G.J. *B&wmmCHUN a isa ur sous
WO.H.3MALL ......
McGriff Sr. of Gainesville and Mrs. COM: -cJ" :w.s.w
"T'ti
Florede Speer of Athens, Ga., and S +""
two brothers: Charles J. Harris of wxal
Orange Park and Y.A. Harris of "" .' '" ", 1T'W-9' OIUNrINa
Silver Springs, Maryland, and five @ @ @ @ @
grandchildren: Catherine Hancock M. Greenof of ,.... ,. ____ b@a.Jt&. F 444b4.
Miami Melanie
.
Green III who attends Clan LORD
Orange, Lex .

Georgia Mercer, Curtis University Alexis in Sanders Macon of ...@.... 25 % off ...@... ; MacGregor; CALVERT '' "

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Gainesville, and Amber Green and SCOTCH
.,
Harris Alexis Green of Tallahassee. "fI: CANADIAN LORD

jJ.. FABRICS .6 1.75 59.i LITER at. LITER CALVEET

Parisfrom-------- ?'4 33.8 re
:@;1" We now carry ladles ready-made @ 1119
( page 1A) monthsresidency ,.4I. clothing /Iki 7
six
ordinance prior requiring to running in a city .... Just Arrived: New Shipment largev@ /

election. The city turned the protest size tops @
over to Attorney Brown,who In turn ,., il i i3'' .
sought a declaratory Judgementfrom We will participate In the
the circuit court. .q! "Simplicity" pattern with Fl
which Following several a persons lengthy hear in 4.the local schools. ALL program"Simplicity" .a.po' .r Ill {// {}{' 1/ .ll.1 1iI..

Paris didn't show the usual signs of patterns 1/2 price NAVALLE uxniee
living in the house on Weldon SL.
Judge Fagan ruled that Paris is nota )1 BLANC DE BLANC "r'v'4 & LIGHT
B&B Fabrics I@V I "4' 4J REGULAR
resident in the city of Starke. CHENIN BLANC .i
Judge Fagan found that Paris is still .,.cota4eAR039oiLITER "iusus 12 OZ. CANS
a resident of the county, living on -- US 301
Road that a per- @ .g9A8L1S LOOSE
,implying
son Forsythe cannot be a resident of two L 1/2 mile North of Starke a.0. ..O ...@ -BLUSH 599 : 699 Ji
places at once. 964-6651 t AP 4 4 -RHINE.ROSE. CASE
Judge Fagan did not rule on the
six months residency question.



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Demand for COllie North Haircut' May Speed Up Return of Flat Top'Whether




you think the Iran-Centra hear- cool and comfortable that they kepC to It,
ings were good bad or indifferent,at least even after returning to civilian life. This fY 1t
the barber business seems to have received style gradually evolved into the "flattop"with
a fringe benefitthe Ollie North haircut the sides and back clipped up to the
crown,and the little bit of brush left on top
trimmed as flat as the deck of an aircraft
According to a note in the Galnttvllla i I 1 v
Sun. several barbers in that city report an carrier. Ah
increasing demand for the neat hairstyleworn The short styles of the 80s!\ and early 60s j
by Col. North during his recent appearance began to fade away when the Beatles
: before the Congressional com dk:r' emerged from Liverpool England wear-

mittee on the Iran-Contra affair. Col. ing little-boy bangs, touching off the long-
North is reported to get a haircut once a hair fad that finally went to shoulder- r-
week to keep in conformance with Marine length extremes and the wild Afro hairdos

Corps regulations, so that should boost the ,...,..........,.. worn by some rock musicians and their
barber business also even at the bargain followers.
rate of $4 (with coupon) being offered by Col Oliver North

one Gainesville "tonsorial artist." Long hair for men finally reached such
lengths that some writers predicted that
Men's hair styles seem to change almostas
would
barbering, as a profession, soon
F
often as women's from long to short, become extinct. It almost diduntil

with "white sidewalls", "duck-tails", barbels got into the swing of the thing and
"flattops",and even Beatie bangs sprinkled started calling themselves hairstylists ....M.t
in-between. Back in the Gay 90s, men "
,
rather than trimmers, and increased the : "$ 1'
.
generally favored the longer lengths, often charge for haircuts from 25 cents in the "
parted in the middle and embellished with depression days to$10 $15 or even higher a : .
f
long sideburns. ;
4
for a "styling. .. .
.. '" f, }! ,. .
Then along came World Wars I and ., ..., :, ,. l' ; .
lIil
with the military insisting on "clippers One Gainesville barber said the 'If< r! ;.. JACK ECKDAIIL. Chamber of
around" and no longer than one inch on military-style cut was already rising on '" Commerce CEO. was a devotee of
top. Many service men found the style so the hair fashion roller coaster when North the crew cut during his Gator foot-
ball days.
MOHAWK MANIA blossomed. in the crcw-cnt era.and Is still practicedby
the FSU Seminole when they g.M tile warpath._

TTHIS ;...."-,'. .,: -
a

etMTOKIALS struck the fancy of many Americans both ... "\
young and old with his spit-and-polish appearance '

on TV. wearing his Marine .. I .
uniform with a chestful of medals and a 1
nt neat close-cropped hair style."He gave a "), ,..,,." '. ... ,
name to the short look" the barber said. ,
"Now men who want it cut short can Just :i 1i.",J '.

say "gimme an Ollie North haircut." <
of Our Nation Does Not :Jt 1l.c. -
Security Many athletes already carry the short u
style to the extreme adopting the"baMy"as
popularized by movte-and-stage actor 4I (y
Depend on Weapons AloneAfter Yul Brynner or the Mohawk as worn by .
Mr. T on the A-Team TV series.At .
,
the height of the crew early 1960s, a veteran Call Street barber
a year of delay and dispute the viable resources. To avert an economic the late S.E. Sparks in an interview with ...\1'
disaster and
we must reverse course address
The Telegraph said it all started back in
decided to build billion
Pentagon has a the urgent need for developing a secureenergy World War I days when soldiers serving
r
dollar complex in an effort to determine future. overseas in Germany adopted the "short : '

whether President Reagan's Star Wars pompadour" style of the Prussian army ""
dream of an anti-missile "umbrella" to "By far the most Important pillar of our national and brought it back home with them. g.: .
_
.
security is education. This, more than o
protect us from nuclear attack is any other governmental Investment has But trick haircuts were nothing new.

technically feasible. made our nation great. But the Reagan Administration said Mr. Sparks who started his self- HIGH SCHOOL halfback
has taught style of barbering in the corner of a
consistently slashed educa-
Guarded by soldiers with M-16 rifles doffed bis helmet to show off the
tional funding.Although 25 million Americans grocery store at Graham on Saturdayswhen
and a double rcw of barbed wire fence, are functionally illiterate the Administrationhas he'd finished his farm-boy chores. In clipped-all-over style favored by

the complex called the National Test cut student loans, cut work study programs those days be said it was popular. for even many today.football/basketball players,
Facility, is now assembling 2,300 com- and cut support for secondary educa- young sports on a lark to ask for a 'boneshoe'
tion. cut. This style called for all hair to
puter and military experts to run what be shaved off on top of the bead in the hair. Makes 'em look several years
will be one of the world's largest collec- "Towering over all these pillars of our national of "
shape a horseshoe. The young showoffs younger, and everybody likes that he ... .. .
tions of super-computers, said to be so A secure security America must be a is strategy not Fortress for peace. would wear it to church like that and declared. TMKL *=.:*E. X.
fast they can perform billions of opera- a cause a big snicker in the congregation"
America, but an America surrounded had
another
tions second. Mr. Sparks said. Sparks explanation for the BARBERS NEEDED a steady
per by friends in a reasonably secure slack barbering business in those (fays- hand and great patience to get the
The ultimate aim is to create a powerful world."It Other styles of those early days included the decline of the one-time luxury of being correct level on the classic Flat Topof
electronic brain that will simulate a the "box cut"long on top. and cut off shaved in a barber shop. Most men had the 1960s.punkrock .
does little good to match the Soviets square in backand the "allover", in long-since switched to a doityourselfshave
wide range of futuristic battles between weapon for weapon in a continued leapfrogging which the hair was clipped off short, the with a safety razor at home. Sparks stars, it remains to see just how
nuclear missiles and proposed defenses race If political Instability, oppressive same length all over. remembered the time in his early years far the short-hair trend will go. Such
against them, analyzing whether these poverty and the crushing burden of foreign when he would give as many as 20 shaves a trends seem to move in cycles of 15 to 20
l! mock wars reflect triumph or Meat for debt prevent our nation from playing a Sparks explained the popularity of the day at ten cents a shave. At the time of the years and if history repeats, it is about
the U.S. This National Test Facility leadership role In the world. crew
could reach far beyond the )piecemeal "Both we and the Soviets have a long list of easy to keep dean, requires little or or five shave customers in a week. to short.Thanks to Col. Ollie North,and his
no grooming and
lotions
health educational and Industrial needs on no messy or nationwide plug for short hair, maybe the
results of the Administration current
s which a large portion of our military weapons dressings. Besides- it's just naturallymore Although extremely long hair styles are long overdue return to the crew-cut will be
research, which has already: cost the budgets coult be wisely spent. becoming to most men than long now a thing of the past except for a few speeded up.
of the nation estimated ten
taxpayers an "Surely, this Is the direction we must take-
oilhon dollars. converting weapons death Instruments ,

The vast would have of lifehealth care, desperately needed
undertaking got- County Agent's Notebook
medical research, education, housing and By Bobby TaylorYou -
ten under that
sooner except
way oppos- other programs of long-term value.
ing military factions battled for months
"With just one-third of those tax dollars be- .
over how to design the project, leaving
have noticed
ing spent on armaments we could have built may small pustule- avoid using pesticides during those mon-
contractors (eager to get their hands in- 120,000 new high schools... or 20 million like growths on the leaves and stems of Bothered by Galls? ths.
to the Star Wars pot) frustrated and otherwise healthy looking plants. Perhaps -
modern homes to house those now living In
you've wondered what these looking Hunt, woo insecticides. Tne pests do very Galls form on a wide variety of plants.
confused. The proposed tests revolve slums... or a 12 million hospital for strange -
every cityof within the enclosed wherethey're thatcause
nicely galls
often round shaped formations are. especially on oaks.Some of the insects
around intended to 10,000 people or more. There Is
destroy
weapons something from chemical applications -
protected
what caused them and whether they galls are aphids, phylloxers, midges
enemy missiles by smashing into them drastically."wrong with this Administration'spriorities. damage plants. These growths are knownas Of course galls on leaves will drop or gall gnats, psyllids, and cynpids, or gall
rather than with chemical or nuclear galls. They're actually quite common off when the leaves do.But, galls that formon wasps. Over 750 species of cinipids alone
explosions. The fact that many of the and no real cause for alarm. However stems, trunks or roots may persist for are found in the United States and Canada.
nation's leading scientists have dismissed The Reagan Administration has some people feel they detract from plant several years.And.if a plant is unhealthy And, of these, about 80 percent produce
created the largest peacetime military appearance. at under stress it gill be damaged to a galls specifically on oaks.
Star Wars as totally unworkable has in Galls are abnormal growths that greater extent than a healthy one.
nation's
had no visible effect on the Pentagon's buildup our history. Last develop on plants in response to insect You can prevent galls to some extent by Well: that's the gall story. As you can
desire to spend another billion dollars in year we spent $274 BILLION on the Pen- stimulation. This means that wherever taking good culhuacare of your plants by see, there's really not much you can do
to find out. tagon, and Mr. Reagan asked for more. gall-forming insects lay wherever paying close attention to fertilization irrigation about them, especially if you have a lot of
an attempt What's even more outrageous is that such i insect larvae yours likely to pruning and other general oaks on your property. Of course, you can
In a letter to the American people this The Congress is being pressured to find galls. They're usually on the under- maintenance. Some galls that occur on avoid killing beneficial wasps, pick the

week Speaker of the House Jim Wright spend more and more on armaments sides of leaves, or on twigs and stems. stems and limbs can be band picked and galls and give your ornamentals good
several care. But otherwise just relax and take
destroyed. Also parasitic wasps ,
Each gall is characteristic of the insect
said, "Even though we already have while trying to cut the heart out of funds that causes it. Immature insects are often attack gall-forming insects. These comfort in the knowledge that galls are not

enough destructive power to annihilate for education, health, housing, clean found inside developing galls. But. galls beneficial wasps are active in late spring serious threats to your prized landscape

all civilizations on the Earth many air, and clean water. rarely cause serious harm to plants. Still, and early summer. So, you might want to plants.

times over, the Reagan Administration Mr. Reagan's speech to the nation last people seem concerned or at least
continues to a relentless courseof curious about them.
pursue week was widely heralded as his reac- Galls are formed from plant cells. It's in Bradford
and insistingon CountyBy
greater greater buildup Forestry
tion to the Congressional hearings on believed they result from a reaction bet
pursuing the enormously expensiveand the Iran-Contra affair. But he devoted ween plant tissues and insect eggs or lar David W.Norton

scientifically questionable Star only 6.5 minutes to that topic, revealing vae.The immature insects become enclosed Bradford County Forester

Wars initiative. nothing new, while the remainder of his in the galls and feed only on gall tissueas .
time used in they develop. Although the most common Newspapers and magazines carry years or as a means to send children
Wright points out that our national was an attempt to change your
Speaker places for galls t>form are leaves and stories almost daily about growth and to college. Please call
security does not rest; on the subject. He again brought up his old stems they may also develop on trunks changes occurring in the financial forester's office for information your on county timber

weapons alone. In support of his posi-' threadbare proposal for a "balanced flowers, fruit leaf shoot terminals markets.Recently slow growth economy growing and tree planting incentives.
tion he budget" constitutional amendment.Even petioles,and roots.Most plants aren't hurt has had good results as shown by surges in
says: by galls even if they have lots of them. the stock market. One of the most significant (Portions of this article were rewritten
one of his staunch supporters, And. believe it or not, some gardenerseven changes in recent years Is the explosive from an article in the November-

"One key pillar of our national security ultra-conservative James Kilpatrick choose plants which are known to be growth of retirement funds.Estimates December 1984 issue of Forest Farmer,

must be a strong and vibrant industrial base. said, "I do wish he would get off this susceptible to galls because they like the place current market size of
But today. America's Industrial base Is kick. It's embarrassing. If such unusual growths that form. But. if you're these funds at$800 billion to It trillion with Important MattersTo
eroding dangerously. Every week we read of an not crazy about galls developing on your annual growth rates in the 10 to 15 percent Be DiscussedAt
amendment had been added to the Constitution
new plant closures leaving skilled American trees and shrubs, you may want to know range.
workers unable to utilize their skills or to take in 1980, Reagan would have how to prevent or control them. The magnitude and growth of these KLPOA Supper
their places on productive payrolls. been in a terrible fix throughout his ad- Unfortunately once galls form it.. impossible funds has led the traditional investor to Commissioner James Jett will explain
ministration." to eliminate them or the pest in- the need for an additional one-cent gas tax
consider alternative investments such as
MA second pillar of our national security real estate. Larger investors are looking in Clay County on Saturday, Aug. 29,at the
Kilpatrick is right. During all his Kingsley Lake Property Owners Ann.covered .
must be healthy agriculture based on successful for alternatives to traditional stocks and
family farms.In World War II and for years in office Mr. Reagan has never Constitution Day bonds. Timberland can meet investment Center. dish supper in the Kingsley Civic

many yean after, we served as "the breadbasket submitted a balanced budget after promising Will Feature returns that investors are seeking. Voters in the
of the world"- producing bountiful Tae Kingsley Lake precinct will
harvests for a hungry world. But discredited to do so by 1983. deficits Big Events, Sept. 17 Why Is timberland such an attractive Investment be able to register at this time in order to
Reagan policies have given farmers a bitter under Reagan's administration have ? Today's timberland Investments vote in the gas tax referendum on October
crop of soaring debt declining land values averaged nearly $200 billion a year for Skydivers. costumed choral featuring groups will provide a projected real 6. Registration books will be open from 6 to
and ..opelea....... Farm foreclosures last three years alone and in six years exceeded i bands and of the a color Constitution guard skits aDd grand rate of return in the range of 5 to 10 percent 7:30 p.m.Maynard.
ok |signers a ; that 4. 5 to 10 percent above any In- Cox. the Clay "snake
year were greater than for any year since the the total all deficits in the 200 finale of fireworks will be among the man' County
Great fiation.This)compares with real returns on will also be on hand to complete his
Depression. years prior to his election. I features of a Bicentennial celebration at t .
stocks of about percent aud on real estateof talk at the? recent fish fry.It's ,
"AM er neglected pillar of our national Wright is right. The security of our : p.m.stadium.Thursday Sept. 17, in the BUS 4 to S percent.

security to our approach to energy and nation does not depend on weapons One of the major benefits which makesan A Five-Year

strategic minerals. The fact Is that America I alone. It depends, primarily, on the Additional discussed events at ,to announced of the Bi-Coa later; investment in timberland attractive to Birthday Bash
to ruining out of gassed oil. But the Reagan health education and of were a meeting retirement funds is the physical growth of
well-being
Committee SFCC
in the
Administration has failed to meet the need for Thursday Aug.13. the Umber.Timber Is a unique Investmentthat Because our Constitution is so importantto
developing. alternative suppliessolar "We, the people", and the trust of our board room. Plans are to also Include compounds through growth wood us, Americans will take five years to

energy coat eUtaaol. methanol and other allies. youth groups church groups, civic dabs volume and is not taxable until it to celebrate its 200th birthday!
and other organizations the countywide
harvested. This growth The Bicentennial Commission will focuson
physical through
celebration of the 200th anniversary of the
a different of the Constitution'shistory
good management.can be at a rate of 6 too part
signing of the Constitution. percent per year regardless of the state ofthe during each of these years:
Volunteers are needed and anyone who economy. 1987-The writing and signing of the Constitution -
would like to participate In this historic
i event Is asked to contact the Chamber of What does all this mean for you If you 1988 The ratification of the Constitution
Commerce 9S45278.I are a landowner In Bradford County? It 1989 The formation of our federal
70/r means that if you have Idle or nonproductive government
I\1 The next meeting of the committee will land and it Is not In pine trees 1990 -The writing of the Bill of Rights
ufo. 300,000 canclles.:** be held at the SFCC Starts Center Thurs1 are missing an opportunity to have additional
i i M square Inch of'the sun's surface shines with the Intensity of you 1991 The ratification of the Bill of
1 day Aug. 27, at S p.m. money during your retirement Rights

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:+ Hampton HiLites I---.I

By Dolores Meng Phone 4M-ltl5 r
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Emergency Pantry... University of Caen In Normandy. SOCial News'
The Fire Dept. building in Hampton Besides enriching his knowledge of -
now houses an emergency pan- the French language, he was able to q k, .- ..-
try and clothes closet. This i !!
service take photographic slides which will
has been set up to assist the needy be teaching at Bradford O Weddings I Births Club News '
and emergency situations such as help Engagements I
Church News a Social Events
fires. The day after Mike returned to .. ., --'
Donations of kitchen items, Orlando, lie and Claire left for .. ., -
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household goods, linens, clothing Cheyenne Wyoming, to meet their -- '--.ft
and non-perishable food items will new granddaughter, Heather Marie,
be appreciated.: Those In need of who was born on August 6. They c Briefs.
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assistance may call 468-2651 or spent three weeks with Clifford and 1;' .
468-2489. Pick-up service will also be April and little Clifford.Clifford,Sr., y
handled through these numbers. Is stationed at the Francis E. Warren

Bloodmobile.The Civitan Bloodmobile.. will be An Air interesting Force Base.coincidence occur- : Art Show Set for Labor Day Weekend
red when Mike and Claire surprisingly (I
available in Starke for donations of -
recognized their niece from St. The tenth annual Festival of the where swimming and picnlcing
blood _
on Monday, Aug. 24, at the
Pete who was enroute from Canadato available. Festival
Bradford Courthouse and the Winn- : ( 4 Lakes Art Show is set for Labor Day faculties are The
Dixie shopping center. On Tuesday Minneapolis in the same plane on / weekend in Theme Park in is a non-profit event sponsored by
Aug. 25, blood can be donated at the, which they were traveling! : downtown Keystone Heights. the Keystone Heights Junior ,
Bradford Hospital and Bradford '" 1 Show dates and times are Satur- .Wnmnn's_ Club
Square Shopping Center. day from 9 a.m.
Gratitude... Family Reunion... Sr and Sunday,Sept. 6,from noon unttiil New On ShelvesAt
William and Evelyn Watson en- 5 p.m. Public
The Hampton Villa residents Joyed the visit of their children this The Festival of the Lakes will LibraryThe
would like to thank Pauline Dishman summer. William (Bill, Jr.), who Is feature 110 talented artists who will following books are now on the
and James Mitzel for all their effortsin a dentist at the University of Iowa, display the sell oil, acrylic, water- shelves In the Bradford County
trying to assist In getting city and his wife, Lee Ann, were home. Mr.and Mrs.Richard Folmer color and mixed media paintings, Public Library according to
water piped to the Villa. Their son. Jack N., who is an Army graphics photography, jewelry Librarian Arnold!Weeks.
Condolence... Lieutenant was home from stained glass, hand-painted Misery by Stephen King
porcelain, wood-work, and a wide Presumed Scott Turow
Innocent by
Sincere sympathy is extended to Christa Wood & Rick Folmer
Their daughter. Jency Rawcliffe variety of handmade craft items. Patriot Games by Tom Clancy
the and friends
family of those who
The art show is held in scenic
came on May IS from San Juan, Weep No More My Lady by Mary
died
recently: : Harold Skeen, Fannie
Theme to Lake Geneva,
P.arklIext Higgins Clark
last
and until
Rico
Puerto stayed
Brookins, Michael Williamson
children United in 8 The Haunted Mesa by Louis
Helen Sharon Stone, Emma Camp week with her Evelyn andCarle. Marriage Aug.
bell and Verdo Salter.Congratulations. Rocky, Russell Benjamin, Ara Kelly Family ReunionSet L'Amour
Her husband.Major Fred M. Windmills of the God by Sidney
Christa Wood also decorated to accent the bride's for 49-30
... Rawcliffe, visited for one week. daughter of table. Aug. Sheldon
Best wishes to Bridget Skeen and One of the highlights of their visit Dorothy and George Wood of Hamp- Ron Folmer, father of the The family of the Late Frazier and Sphere by Michael Crichton
ton and Richard "Rick" ,
Folmer groom
,
Music Man Hammer: A Witness to History by
Robert Underhill who were united in was attending the production son of Ron and Marty Folmer of greeted guests at the door.The bride Ethel Kelly will be celebrating their Armand Hammer
marriage on July 7th. at the Alhambra Dinner 2nd annual Reunion and
and the Saturday
cut
Starke united in groom traditional first
were marriage at and Death In Shanghai by Nien
Congratulations to Zina Beth Mc- Theater in Jacksonville.
piece of cake. Then Wood Sunday August 29-30,1987. Chen
the First Assembly of God in Starke Dorothy
Cullough and Bruce Johns who William and Evelyn had the good All friends asked to themat
were 8 at mother of the bride, cut and servothe are join Siblings
Saturday, Aug. 7:30
married July 31. news that Bill, Jr. and Lee Ann p.m. remaining cake. The 11 a.m.workship services at Plea- Without Rivalry by Faber
Given in her groom's
marriage by father,
& Mazlish
recently: adopted a baby girl,Emily. sant Grove United Methodist Churchon
New Arrival... the bride appeared before Rev. Pip- parents Ron and Marty Folmer, Men Who Can't Love by MargaretKent
Airman 1st Class Clifford P. Visitors... pen, dressed in a taffeta and white assisted with decorations and recep Davis Sunday will be, Aug.the speaker.30. Rev. LeRoy
Brunetti and April Brunettl of Mrs. Louise Mattheus enjoyed the lace dress.Phllicia Schuman attended tion.Following First Born by Doris Mortman
Cheyenne, Wyoming proudly an- recent visit of her childrenGlen as bridesmaid, attired in taffeta a wedding trip to the
nounce the birth of their daughter from Folkston. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph and pink lace.A Executive Suite in Gainesville, they
Heather Marie. She was born July 22 Langford of Fernandlna Beach, and reception was held at the returned to reside in Starke.
weighing 7 Ibs. 23/4 oz., measuring Mr.and Mrs.Marcus Lanier of West Fellowship Hall at First Assembly of The bride attended Bradford High
21 inches. She joins her 21-month-old Palm Beach. God which was decorated with white School and is presently employed at
brother, Clifford. Bill and Jewel Young have as and blue streamers and blue bells Kentucky Fried Chicken in Starke.
Paternal grandparents are guests this week their grandchildren hung throughout the hall. The groom attended Green Run 10 Piece
Michael and Claire Brunetti of Amy and Jeff, ana their The bride's table was covered with High, Virginia Beach, Va. He is a
Maternal grandparentsare mother,Peggy Young of Knightdale, light and dark blue streamers, witha student at VoTech training for
Wendell and Carolyn Chastain of N.C. three-tier wedding cake at the end cosmetology. He is now employedpart
Gainesville. of the table. The punch table was time at Powell's Dairy Freeze.
Home from Hospital...
Summer... __ --------------
Busy Lester McCullough returned home ,
Michael Brunetti spent several Thursday following several days as S! l.Z.J2l2tSC9fOOL 05 'D.Mj Shrimp
weeks studying t French at the a patient at Bradford Hospital, Inc.

In tic Old Armory

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Dinner
Madison St. Baptist Rev. Daniel BrightTo 'Batle.t Jazz & Tap

Welcomes New Pastor Speak SundayRev.

Madison Street Baptist Church Daniel Bright will be the 1Jj ISTJU1lTlO9( Fresh cole slaw Naturakut
would like to welcome their new guest speaker Sunday morning at french fries
11:45 a.m. at Greater Bethlehem Sept. 1&2
pastor, Rev. Henry L. McKinney
Two hush
Jr. and his familywife, Karren Freewill Baptist Church. 4OOpm-j:3OpmCkusesteginsept.8t& .,
and son Joshua. R v. Bright is the General puppies f.- Lemon
Moderator of Freewill Baptist Chur- wedge
.,.... Rev. McKinney is from Jackson- ches. "
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ville and will begin his ministry Deaconess' Anniversary com- .
August 23. A hearty welcome to the mences at 3 p.m.Sunday afternoon. for ages 4 and.up. r
McKinneys from the church family Come one-come all to the Greater
and the community. Bethlehem Frewlll Baptist Church, Mart Information colt: 964.6792
corner of Chestnut and Ash Streetsin after f catt 964.7098
Starke.

Lawtey First Baptist JllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUI IUIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIII IIIIIII1I1I1I1I1I1I1I1II1l I ;

Revival August 23.28 Art' ExhibitAt II

The First Baptist Church of Public LibraryThe Lady Bug Florist I # .. Ga_., ".".e.
Lawtey will have a revival August Bradford County Public

Tommy 2328. Guest Watson speaker from will Laurinburg be Dr., Library by local is college featuring students.an exhibit The of workin art 100 S. Water St e Starke !a Ten delicious "'Cocktail sauce I

N.C. the show was done by the SummerB Phone 964-4956 handbreadedfried
Special music will be providedeach Term Art Fundamentals Class at shrimp
night with a special youth service Santa Fe Community College Starke (Next to "PInehurst Grocery") us $3.69
on Friday night thther with Center which was taught by Norman
the young people of pro- Jensen. a a SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY
viding the music. a

Rev. Grayson McNeill, our new Wild flowers have been 3us M-You-Can-Eat
pastor, extends a cordial invitationto known to bloom In the Arctic usa
all to attend these services. even at the edge of 2O CounbyStyle Fish Dinner $3.99Dining

glacier. : a a Room Service Only

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BUS SCHEDULE CHANGES FOR 301 S AND LINCOLN CITY ROBERTS INSURANCEComplete

Due to overcrowded conditions on buses #67, 87, 99 and 105,the Insurance Service YOUR ndependent
the west side of 301
foltowir' inges will be made. Students living on J
south, tr .K.. ;R 227 to junction of 301 & 221 at Rayoniar, those students lnwronce AGcI.er
living on the east side of 301 from Rayoniar to Starke, AND Bradford ssssv u.ussr
High School and Bradford Middle School Students living in Lincoln City, PHONE QUOTES

will be picked up by bus #24, as outlined In the schedule below. WELCOME

stop Time Stop Location :GEORGE ROBERTS SCOTT ROBERTS
AUTO HEALTH LIFE
AGENT AGENT
1 7:05: 301 South Crosley Trailer

2 7:07: Turn around at 301S and 221, at Rayonier ITT. HOME BUSINESS f,
These Fine ,
Travel back N on 301 Representing Companies:

3 7:13 Ritch's Gift Shop MOBILE HOMESAlIsIBhr
4 7:16: Brown's Trailer Park '

5 7:22 Slades Tractor MEDICARE SUPPLEMENT JI

6 7:26: Longchamp's Home Builders .

7 7:30: Lincoln City at 12th avenue (behind Dowlings I W ..

Horse lot) : 964-7826
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8 7:33: On 10OA at Ebene-zer Church- I 1 '

9 7:35: On 100A at Owens Joist : /, .
10 7:37: Lost Valley Campground = _" -, 986 NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE

11 7:39: 10OA at Mt. Plsgah Church i UF&CAsLUV STAKE, FLORIDA. 3209): )

12 7:42: Jo Lu Motel

ALL OTHER STOPS ON 301 South and other bus routes will

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Chitty Honored With Shower Watson Williams Wed July 24


Karen Joan Chitty was honored on Hostesses for this lively occasion Wanda Eyvette Watson, of Following the ceremony, the wed-
Thursday of last week with a Bridal Mrs. Wade Winkler, Mrs. Starke, daughter of the late ding party was entertained at a
I Lingerie Shower at the home of Mr. were Kevin Tillman, Miss Stacey Denmark Christina Love Miller and General reception given by the mother of the
Stonewall Watson, and Willie Easter Williams.
and Mrs. Doug Reddish on Searing Miss Nancy Payne, Miss groom,
Street. and Mrs. Red- Williams, son of Easter and Willie Wanda and Willie Williams cut the
Michelle Sapp, Doug &ilhamsalso
Starke. were united bridal cake.Following, .
dish. in marriage Friday, July' 24, at Z:30p.m. :
The honoree was presented with a .at Bradford County Courthouse a wedding trip to
corsage upon her arrival at the par- In Starke. Disney World, the couple will residein
ty and was seated in the living room The bride given in marriage by Starke.
in front of her gaily decorated Kirk Corsan wore a white silk dress,
shower gifts, placed in the middle of complemented with blue and white The bride was born in Ft. Lauder-
the floor area. Karen was given her flowers. She was attended by Dana dale and works at Western Steer
A1 choice of picking out an unopened Lafetey, who also carried blue and Steak House. _
wrapped gift at the beginning of the white flowers born in
as her Maid of Honor. The groom was
party, and then having to model it Flower Is
4f girl was Denise Williams Gainesville and presently
{ 1r ?1S for the foung ladies attending at the ) and Ring Bearer was LeMarvin employed at Griffin Industries.
conclusion of the party. Smith.
Delicious refreshments of finger
foods, and a decorated shower cake \
and drinks were served from the din- ; BHS To Have Sister School in FranceThe
ing room. .
'h The hostesses presented Karen ( The students in the Lycee St. Bradford High School French
with several "fun gifts", as well as t Pierre de la Place in Caen, France teacher, Michael Brunetu;spent
.... --..;.-- an all-lace & ribbons teddy, as a ';t f. .. will correspond in French andEnglish three weeks this summer studying
memento of the evening.Announcing .. ... with Bradford High School French and French culture at the
Vonda Kay Ayer ...... 'J :' J French students this year. University of Caen in Normandy
... .. .
'
James Cooper .. France. While there, Mr. Brunettimet
Robin Marie Dyal % ', ,;.. :' The students in Caen are studying M. Bonidan through his French
and Marie of Lawtey t,4-. .I English as their preferred languageand professor at the university. Mr.
Guy Dyal : &
Vonda to write to our
Kay Ayer, proudly announce the birth of a J. are anxious Brunetti also invited the French
James M. Cooper Robin Marie, on August 5. students, according to Monsieur students to come to Starke to attend
daughter brother Matthew. Mr.& Mrs. Willie Williams Nicolas Bonidan, the English classes and help our students with
Announce Engagement Robin Maternal joins one grandparents, are Fred teacher at St. Pierre de la Place. their French.
I
Ms. Lillie Mae Ayer, of Starke, and Julia Pendarvis of Lawtey. I
wishes to announce the engagementand Great grandparents are Mr. and LORRY! LORRY LOOK WHO'S FORTY ;
approaching marriage of her Mrs. Oscar Vanzant of Callahan.
daughter, Vonda Kay, to James Paternal grandfather is Guy H. I
Dyal, Sr. of Starke. Great- d ,
Marshall Cooper, of Archer, son of
Cmdr. and Mrs. Walter Cooper of grandfather is M. L. Lawson,Sr. See UH ForQuulttylnwtutfonuRcecpttonltents k. I

Tampa. Miss Ayer is also the -0' IJ J
daughter of the late Lewis Mansell Medical Explorer *AttemluntsGirta I'uilDrcHHCA 'r- e \

Ayer of Starke. Elect New OfficersThe *Tuxc The wedding will take place at the }5 Happy
*Drlilul Accessories ry'
First Baptist Church of Graham, Medical Explorers Post 460 of *Annlxcrgury Gifts Z ; Birthday! Birthday!
December 5. Bradford County has recently
Miss Ayer attended Santa Fe Com- elected new officers. IoT a
munity College and presently is a The slate of officers is President "
word processor at Nationwide Insurance Dana Whitaker, Vice President 2! cant ComcJUtc" rDa'lLeila's ,
Co. in Gainesville. Mr. Karen Schaefer, Treasurer Kim
Cooper is a graduate of University of Johnson, Secretary Sharon Bush, NSDress
Florida and is presently general 2nd Secretary Christie Meyers, & Gift Shop
manager of V & I Maintenance of Sergeant-at-arms Kirby Hildebran.If !
Central Florida, Inc. you are between the ages of Bradford Square a,,,, .J tSUSAN
All friends and relatives are invited 14-21 and interested in the medical Shopping Center Starke .
to attend the wedding. field, the next meeting will be held 964-3051 03 S3 WIGGINS NICHOLS I.
Monday,August 24 at 6 p.m.at Brad 29 August 1987
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Plan October Wedding I


Mr. and Mrs. Don Newmans of a '-" e,,
Starke are proud to announce the u
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engagement and approaching mar-
riage of their daughter, Donna
Marie, to Danny Wade Parker, son f
of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Parker of

Cullman, Alabama.The .
wedding is planned for Satur- .p
day, October 17, at 7 p.m., at
Fellowship Baptist Church in
.
Raiford. The bride-elect is a '
fAYlf1' iI, ,
of Bradford School
graduate High <
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and is employed by Clay Electric of = ) :'f J. i
Keystone Heights. Cuban : 7
is a graduate of High nary ,
School and is presently serving in ,0 .:h wow
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the U.S. Navy as a Aviation Electri- 500. CASH BACK
cian, stationed at Cecil Field,

Jacksonville. from) from FORD on any

Mischell Clemons, (4 to C1-- ,_ F- 15O F-250 F-350 Pick-Up
Wed
Tom Rowe To Sept.


Mischell Clemons and Tom Rowe
1987 AEROSTAR "XLT"
cordially invite their friends to join
them on the evening of September
19, 1987, at 7 p.m., at Little Lake
Brooklyn, Keystone Heights. 301 E.F.I. ENGINE 4.90/0 Financing
Tom and Mischell will be united in ,
marriage at this time. A dinner
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Starke Stars Fall in Three Games at National Tournament


In the plate for a .519 average. They five games in a row. to finish 1st in
and produced an easy 10-3 win for the The one win and two losses the 37 team tournament They beat
by Jerry McGriff Hamilton. Johnny Jackson 1987 scored 579 runs, and allowed 443.
Gary Wise,each with 2 hits and one Stars. As a team they were 16 for 29, tournament finished the Stars .619 the undefeated Tuba Ga.JoJo's in
Special The Starke The Telegraph Stars traveled to run scored.Crucial or a .552 average. season at 39 wins and 24 losses,a Final Tournament Stats... the Championship game Nashville. .
and missed offensive average. was third and the Satelite
errors finished The Miami Florida Bandidos Ky.
Albany.Georgia July 30 thru August and have
resulted in as3 Game Three.. The players are 18 Beach Fla.Rockets finished fourth.
opportunities came out of the losers bracket to win
2.1987.to the UUi boys 18 and under their last season with the Stars.
loss.As a team the Stars were 10 for Stars vs. Cleveland Tennessee, but
tournament.A 29 or a .345 average. the State Champs of Tenn. They will be missed next year
combination of things,includinga The Stars were led by Randall there is a good nucleus to build .
tough draw and inconsistent play around for another seccessful
Polk and Timmy Seely 2 for 2 Gary
made for a short three game day in Game Two... Wise 2 for 3 but were defeated 15-5. season!
the 37 team field. Stars vs. Cherry Street Baptist This second loss knocked the Stars
Final Team Stats...
Church of Gadsden, Ala. the state out of the tournament. <
Season batting average for the nmBOOI s
Game One... runners-up.The Stars were led by David Overall stats... team! was 930 hits in 1791 trips to the
The Starke Stars vs. Franklin Hamilton 3 for 3,Brad Green 2 for 2. For the tournament, the Stars
Ohio. Diesel Service, who were the Stacey Bowen Johnny Jackson and were 42 hits for 89 at bats, or a .472 INDEPENDENT I HerringboneChain n
and
Ohio State Champs. Gary Wise 2 for 3.and Timmy Seely average. They scored 18 runs fJg
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The Stars were tnt hv David 2 for *. This and eztfrr: -" I') piny gave up 23. ( CHURCH OF GOD I / o
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OF PROPHECY.
I Gamefish Can Now be Grown on FarmsUnder -- Revival Center Ave. 18"
I 301 North 3138 N. TvmpU
Sun. 2:30 p.m. p $69
d.7 -
a new Game and FreshWater rule does not allow a fisherman to weekly to the Commission'saquaculture W p.m.
Fish Commission regulation, catch game fish from a natural lake project
certain game fish, previously pro turn around and seU them."
tected from commercial production There are additional regulations FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD STARKE 14KT Gold Ball Earrings
may be sold by fresh water fish that must be followed to get the fish T 11
aquacultunsts. to market. Hwy 16&Wsldon St. Stork CHURCH OF GOD 1/2 price

The fish affected by the new law Fish farmers must first apply for Sunday School 10:00 a.m. 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445
include sunshine bass bluegill an aquaculture game fish license. I Morning Worship 11 p.m. Walter F. Monfz Pastor Diamond Cut Initials
sneUcracker and other sunfish and available from the ,
Applications are Worship 6 We Invite you to worship with UK
Evening p.m.Wd. $9.95
black crappie or speckled perch aquaculture office at the Commission' Attended Nuricry
Black bass and the pikes and .regional office at Lakeland.A Mld.w..1e Service- 7l3O p.m. School . . 10 am Best Friend Charms
pickerels are still protected fromcommercial biologist w 11 inspect the site to Staff Nursery Available Sunday Worship . II am
production. determine If the ponds meet Rev. Stephen R.Pippin. Pastor Morning S.rvlc. . . 6 pm $19.95 ='
This regulation applies only to specifications. If approved, they 964-6971 vonlng W_dn..rfay Youth . 7,30 pm
these game fish that are privately must purchase a $25 annual license .
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produced in man-made fish culture before operations can begin.
ponds. A man-made fish culture That just gets the farmer
pond is one that does not occur started,"says Stout. SMALL WORLD 0m
naturally does not exceed 20 acres All fish must be tagged individually -
and falls entirely within the with a 5 cent aquaculture game
growers private tnupeity. fish tag.Tagging and handling must DAY CARE Rope Chain
"Only aquacultunsts who produce take place in a facility approved by
and grow fish can sell them said the local county health department. 412 Bridges St. Starke
Fisheries Biologist Rick Stout.-This Finally all sales must be reported 964-5232 a 18" $129.


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worship this Is a"new yaar"that holds wtthln Its muted grasp all.otagifts
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week" 441 W. yNunknown.Tlterewll bs day ol darkrwu as_ 964-8061
964-5237 or 9646313 aa brightness;days ol sorrow together wttrt Joy:days 01 tsars. Mulllns& Employees
mingled'with" laughter.
But each.motlon and sxpsnsncs Is. nterd to weave the Call Now 964-8018
AlistatIr
Mosley Tire Co. tspsstry ol Ufa so I WIll stand out In boW-rsllel.decl.nng.1ove Insurance
WATERS and Me are,,"." --? .........-- .
Corner of US US 301 N. Starke _....___.0.--- n.a..eer.oy 440 W. Madison .Hnffiflimnssf. \ ACCIDENT CENTERS

Lawtey. 964-6600 (Winn-Dixie Shopping Center) I ; OF* -eR'CA. INC.Beautiful .
24 HR Wrecker Service to 964-4695 fHTPAlN REiJEf DOCTORS
made exhaust systems rhis feature is published _

NOEGEL'S NATIONAL encourage you to worship Glenn Fibreglass Homes North Florida of

Fish BOJMS&Tool Boxes
BANK It is made possibleby
regularly Corner of Thompson&Weldon Construction Company

"Worship this week Officers, Directors & the firms listed here. 964-5912 AH types of Home I Improvement

at the church: d Staff 9648768Terwillegar
1018 N.Temple
CORBETT'S TIRES & GERALD GRIFFIS'CONSTRUCTION Motors, Inc.

NAPA Office Supplies DENMARK FURNITURE SERVICE Sales&Service .

Printing Company It's a fact, you can do Complete Tire Shop & Auto Superior quality homes at 206 W. Madison& US 301 9

Supplies Custom Framing I better at Denmark's Repairs affordable prices Stark 9647200SR .
All the right .Printing Office Supplies 434 W. Call 964-5827 402 N.Tampla HWY 301 N. HWY 301 & 064- 1lS33 21 -Ktystontf Height? .
right E.Call St 964-8925 964-6436

DOUGLAS 15SW.BQwn1.S. c.JONES FUNERAL Community ORIAN WELLSCHEVROLETOLDS Cubbedge'sCabinets Andrews Drugs;

STA : HOME State Bank Inc For All Your Pharmacy NMd"j
asked;caring service for over 50 of Starke Management & Staff
We rebuid. year Starkes Only Home Owned HWY 301 North Your complete cabinet center 356 W.Madison 9647170Augul&ZO.I987 .
& ft.Staff 964-4673 .. .' .
Slew ft Cindy Futch Independant Bank 964-7500 1640 S. Water St.. __ 1.- '
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comfort of students and staff. Inmate the county A special: ednratianc IIi. Q .flit as6dy who is on maternity leave until Nov. from the Hampton area is going to

Principal Charles Francis, who labor was utilized in landscaping is needed now. and Bonkeplac" wiS Iat:rr.ft L the middle school for the 87.88 term.

has returned from the county officeto the entrance to the school,a projut have to be found for toe ofbCk frada MdtaeaptdllG School hours are from 7:45 a.m. to

head BHS this year, expects between sponsored by the student coun- just added this year. Sb4 __ Hampton Elementary... 2 p.m.

1,000 and 1,040 students, and cil.Dr. P .iCIAIIIary Ana Kyle expects With a veteran staff returning
hopes for a smooth opening. Mazzella was complimentaryof Starke Elemestary3: tLwy Vaywe IIR lie ...AA..c: 196 Undents to report Ms. Kyle says "We're excited and

the work performed during the With 675 Principal fee tit!t!treader rLyamttttm rkren I+..aw... the openingare ready to begin.

Middle School... summer, and said he expected a Wayne Mclxnd as glad.taw*

Middle school students should "smooth opening" of the school aU teachers returning fron lart

report to the gym the morning of the term. year.School hours are 7SS...ta 2 Local Schoolteacher Honored I
first school day,where the doors will p.m.
open at 7:45 a.m. School hours will Lawtey Elementary... -

be 8:08 a.m. to 2:50 p.m.. Buddy Paterson returned as prin- Southside Ele_ Jbs..1.pda.Je.ftftIIIDe- currently assigned to U. s-: Com trips perform interviews and write

The principal, Dr. John Mazzella, cipal again, and expects an enrolment Principal Jesse Mane apeda": b.-""", --d a1..Q-.. tar mand. Berlin West Germany. letters making contact with the
expects an enrollment of 810 of 430 in grades K-fl. students opening day. stmt wtlsOadwp deader .. the Lynda Warren a second grade German community in a variety of

students this year, keeping David School hours are 7:45: : a.m. to 2 School hours are*-X same as last I,...,IILi0a1 year Illy Die Earopem teacher at Thomas A. Roberts ways. The next planned trip is with a

Tew, the newly appointed dean of p.m. Classes will be provided for year. About 10 students line been a.p-e. .. A-.a. PareaesrIsle. Elementary school m East Berlin German second grade class.

students, on his toes. Glenda pre-kindergarten and Handicapped registered fl'Cmllbe KB area. 'hKI1In.-.I and considers her job as a passion John Warren Jr. is now in Starke,

Johnson is the new guidance students. A new "Writing to Read" SS has a new 41 space parkanx+ lot. W3nea s ise dttgBOer ii not a profess"Her every actions with his grandparents, having just
counselor.The program will be offered this year. Iwagaa) T. Gay.: SK, .. AtIIaIa. meant to make the child feel graduated from high school in East

gym was air conditioned during Two new portables are on the Breaker Elementary_ ftneerry af Km&trf 1Me. arni ss special. She gives extra care and attention Berlin. John intends to enter Santa

the summer recess by Gene Tan- drawing board and will probably go School hours are from 7-15 to X atINVITATION tamed.Major JaRwWa Teusaw wherever needed. said Fe Community College, and go on to
ner, who installed 4 units for the to LE. the fastest growing school in .3 jBMufh nail Betty: Warm at PISA President Done Carson. the University of Florida in

Stork Malar and Mrs. Varna areMRtttOaCTaTCOURT Her second graders take field Gainesville.


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I Notices
Legal TO BK
CALL FOR BID
CALL FOR BID
Sealed bids will be racewexl in the Administrative
The Town of Brooker will receive bid
OHm ell SMOOTH RisrEconomic ) Th*Town of Breaker will receive bids
Council tmx s Mi 4311 OLIBW FOa MABP'OD ODLW IT.FtOmOACIYWO for a dee C Operator lor the water for Garbage Pickup. Bidder must be ableto

NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE OF INTENTION E.D.T.. August 21. ...,..for**.*..!...f -- plan You must be Obi to takebocswiobgicd pick up aorboge on Tuesday and
FOR NON-PAYMENT OF TO REGISTER of Hot Home Delivered Meals. SOTMMM CAR e6tT7RAnDA fcpoctsono send.then,to Saturday (o any two day the Council
..: requests) each week. Bidder mutt hove
FICTITIOUS NAME .rain operotion records.check .
STORAGE UNIT Bradford County. aid ca.dan.x- eat IIAIIOIAL tAM[
Nolle It h.r.by given that on August Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida ..pecl'icot'r b aba.i.a8 ell ...... plant equipment (chlorinate. his own vehicle, tools, insurance.
28. 1986. 9 a.m., a tola will b* h.ld at Statute, notice I I. hereby given that the Suwannee River Ecod.mic Cord B. R boaster pump,well pump),tali*chlorine Bids before mutt be sealed and received on
residual. keep plant Haw recorded. or 7:30: p.m. on September 8,
Bay '36 CSC Mini Storog. Hwy 301 undersigned Eva M. Vormko.316 N. St. Outreach Off.... 131 t- Sooth Straat ALMA 5.111101rSp( Side b noted and 1967. Mailing address i I. Town of
South Stork, Fla., This tola Involvot Clair St., Stgrke, Fl 32091. sole owner Stark. Florid. IT........* IT.Sr.i..a.MORCEOFSAIE .Mar a.d 7.3O* received on Brooker P.O. Box 127 Brooker Florida
or an September 8.WB7. .
property belonging to Alberta Spat.*. doing business under the firm name of 904-964-7894)). p.m. 32622.
addree of
A tale of the entire content of unit Bridal Gown Boutique, Box 1251. S. IsdupL/ NQISQsMob.............- Mailing is Town Bid will be accepted for a two-year
frank P.O. Box Brooker Florida
will b. mode to the highest bidder. If no Hwy 301 Starke, FL 32091 intends to . . . . .. . .. ... ... ti..fur _....-...loa c- 3222 137. period beginning October I. 1987 and
bidder the tale will be conducted pursuant register sold fictitious name under the IN THE ORCUT COURT ........ Bft-173 es *. Ouet Owrt ofSBteetef ending September 30, 1989.
ids will be lor
to rental agreement between tenant aforesaid statue. DUVALCCUNTY ......c..r. Fl.ri., l..II sell. .... accepted a two-year The Town Council reserve the right to
perierltiegjnmna October I. 1967 and
and landlord. Dated this 5th day of August. A.D. CASE NO.8S 10203 CA '-I. atitk.wd i ....... Corry.fbrrda ndWia. an September on 3D. 1489. accept or' reject| any and all bids.
8/13 2tchg 8/20 1987 In Bradford County. .d....4.4PMrd -= TOWN COUNCIL
The Town Council reserves the)right to
e6dtpd327NOTICE In Re: The Marriage Of: 2: $e.dA. % r Las 5..np' BROOKER. FLORIDA 32622
accept or ro ed.y and all bids.
NOTICE OF NAMESOF LARRY O. HEALAN. Husbandand et3Ird/Swlr Lel. JIJ..... TOWN COUNCIL 8/202tchg 8/27

PERSONS __.. j,5$5. T ... 5 swq.. BROOKER.FLORIDA 33622 . . . . . . . . .
APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF INTENTIONTO GLORIA K. HEALAN.Wife 618... 221. en per asp r pier B202tchgB27NOTICE
OF A8ANDONEDPROPERTY REGISTER wolfs..idle....Saab 5w.t..
FICTITIOUS NAME NOTIaOFSHERIFfS .... 17. ef *.piBc..unh.4, : BrooV

Pursuant to Section 118 Chapt.r 717, Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida SALE lrri Cae.ey Ibaids. ores5496 iki.n TIE CIRCUIT COURT nc_. THE

Florida Statute*, entitled "Florida Statutes, notice It "hereby given hot the .s& -r lea OF APPLICATION EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
Disposition of Unclaimed Property Act", undersigned David Van Valkenburg. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 1he I.De%*> Plod 3: I*** 30. *l. end) 34 ee FORt TAX DEED AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA

notice I I. h.r.by given that the percent Vice President ATC Holdings II, Inc. E. Reddish. Sheriff of Bradford: Cumir. w000tML Mr pBBjtf ...... IM .... NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that LG. Cose No. 86.495.CA
listed below app.ar to b. owner of 4582 S. Ulster St.. Porkwy. William A. Florida under and by MUM e**>..*e* Milk 1.p.._.iT.ee' >...,.>ltri....._.. Dyal .... hoI t e feA the following BTtaiT- DAVID C BROOKS and
Execution heretofore leaved aw of **> R..dni. ........
ski.Nwl35Seat .
unclaimed pertonal or Intangible property Cropper Vice PresidentKBL Sub I. Inc. c..r. .arr 5&c.ran filed sad certificate for a ELLEN M. BROOKS his wife,
abandoned. THIS DOES and KBL Sub abov. entitled Court en she ....e .. .._dtk..pianor Plaintiffs
presumed II. Inc. 1405 Englewood. CO ear dead to ba issued*. -. The cer-
NOT INVOLVE REAL ESTATE. 80237. 611 Walker Street Houston TX styled cause have levied scan .*>.d Iw7Rip.p wear SB 22S.Ae. Sec11:40 aaco. ........ red peers of __*. v*
following property. 4lttJtBrttj, Iyeup ... i.. T.r.ubp 5 s-to. fl. 22 BEATRICE R. D'ARMENIA
APPARENT OWNER ANDERICK, 77027. joint owner, doing business he rkrwipI, ci ...propertr. and the
in Bradford Reno. ssw'it -
County.
MILDRED, Rt. 1. PO Box 178 Starke, Fl under the firm name of Paragon Cable being Get.a .seas in which it ws award as a/k/a BEATRICE R. PATTI FRANK LEWIS
32091. ACCOUNT NUMBER. Intend to register said fictitious : .panic. ..... sso tea S...... bd91r Ear IooIIco-s D'ARMENIA. JOHN W. HALSEY and JEAND.
4281-1979-9138; CANNON. WILLIAM E. under the aforesaid statute. name West half (W %) of Bloc. 1 SBK* e* o.al. .. ..bee'..-.. ... ........ CerSaast.No.: BOYear al fuonc_....19BSOeeeripttoii HALSEY. his wife. DAVID L. POWELL

MR., Rt. 2. Box 48A. Stark., FL 32091 Dated this 4th day of June, A.D.,1987 Range 3 and NorNmsw o-erter par C.W.wti ill s..toe. F1rds. of h.prty..J1U5.00402 and CLARICE H. POWELL, his wife, and
of 1 South of .2 Ee iTemples
Block
2909-1986-0011; CHASTAIN, JIM. 316 E. In Bradford County. 1/4)) SUWi........Rang Sectiee 22. .* : At mm *. IT* dv. .5 LOT 36 M OF RD EX E TOG A EX W I25T. LELIA ALESCIA POWELL
Brownl. St.. Stark. FL 32091 8/13.tpd 9/3 Ss.dM.br- SECTION 31 TOWNSHIP 5-SOUTH RANGE Defendant
4353-1986-0092; CHERRY, LEROV. 1220 E. Township 6 South. Range 22....asps 190.03W SIIKMNASQIIIIOFSAlDCDUaT 22-
St. Starke. parcel recorded in OJL Book 74. P eej. NOTICE OF ACTIONPROPERTYTO
Larry FL 32091
... tbwhich --Md...__I.W.
IBS O.R. Book 69.rag 201: O-IL.
0519-1986-0004; CHISM. RANDALL R t K, ; ay 8.siaMapdy AND PATRICIA LLOYD. : FRANK LEWIS D'ARMENIA
534 W. Pratt St., Stark., Fl 32091, 69. Page 204; 01t. Book SB. Fag 63*. Or.eyOwta6skSI. ADDRESS UNKNOWN
NOTICE OF SALE Bradford County. Flanaa.oc AH of sad property being in...County
0544.1995.0001 CHARLES T. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
: COOPER D a
al IIIIADF<>> .
D. 51Florida.
FOR NONPAYMENTOF
of .. .
2909-1986-0018 the property $?< ttooJ I i Rj
CRAWFORD DON H. to Foreclose action
; Complaint Mortgage
STORAGE UNIT IMaaa tech certificate certificate
Defendant and that en oh* Mm oey e* or
ho been filed for the
P.O. Box 10 FL
Lawtey 32058 against
you
Notice I I. hereby given that on August September 1987. Monday, en two MOTCE Of III1'DdION .IteII redeemed according to law meproyerty
described Bradford
1600.1936-0005 R.L. in
; HAYES. 626 W. following : property
28. 1987. at 9 a.m., a tale of contentswill o'clock on !and day on the pieiiiuel al i0eGi61E! described in such certificate or
Madison Florida'
St. Storke FL
32091 be held at Unit 22. C 5 C Mini the Bradford County ShenH OH.. I ncimousitAMCSM arluac.tu will ba sold to the highest County :
1465-1985-0411 A of the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of
; HORNER MARY Rt. 1. Storage Hwy 301 South. Starke. Fla. will offer for ale and..B to the fcitfliest PUrs..a .> :iue Ba5i0. FBondoii DKUer e* the court houe door on ..... portion
Section 6 South 22
PO 29. ,
Box 370 FL Township Range
32058
4281-1979-7602 Lawtey JENKINS. ALVIN This tale Involves property belonging to bidder far cash in hand the. ...i... _-_.__.er o .......pnw rkar tihe.dwvi 371i day. of August. 1987 ot 1I-OO: AM. Eat in the City of Stork. Bradford
: Wayne Baker. .. .. Dated th .Sits day of IW7GMJtERT
described property, a* he property r Jaw E..an.Stow. JuV- and
P.O. Stark. Florida
ORLANDO Box
147 FL County being more
I Notice It hereby given that on August the said Defendant to satisfy sad.Eeecev .. Ifs. Part...,...H.3358.nxaasa. : S.BROWN CLERK described blows particularly
32091. 0348-1986-0043 JERNIGAN R.I. a*
: 28 1987. at 9 a.m.. a tale of content tion. .... dea. bwile.. lb.Mo Siry.err.BY:Beuioii Moody :
Rt. 2, Box 27, Stark. FL 32091, will be held at Unit 21. C I C Mini For point of reference commence ot
DOLPHEBEmSMShenl r ... Sa.dbr Ld' ... Clerk of Crcwt Court of BRADFORD .
the NW of said SE 1/4 of SE 1/4
1465.1985.0431 JOHNSON. CECIL corner
: Storage Hwy 301 South. Stark. Flo. .. H...:JIDI- % ...s225...--...,. c-p. '
1465-1985-0433; JONES PAUL A.,986 N.Temple This sale Involve property belonging to and run thence South 87 degrees, 18
...
Bradford: County.PI* 2a0tR :needs a n.p.l.r sad Florida.
A".., Starke FL minute East along the Northerly boundary
32091
Paul I. King Jr. .120......,.. Bs,_ wr ..... ... kiss. B134tchg93NOTICE
1985-1986-0796; JUAREZ. LYNN. M.D.. A tale of the entire contents of these . . . . . ... .. ---. thereof, a distance of 25.04 feet to
1465.1985.0437; KILLER. JOHN, units will be made to the highest bidder.If Dadsrbs3: .d. ...., the Easterly boundary of the right of way
.. ..A.01407
1465-1985-0440; KELLEY EDMUND P., no bidder, the tale will be conducted IN THE CIRCUIT count BGeflM ill awiwd. of Epperson Street, run thence South 0
M.D., 1465-1985-0441; KELLOGG,LOUISE pursuant rental agreement between JUDICIAL CIRCIXT.AM FOR c.-or. degree. 30 minute East along said
K., 14651985.0442; KELLY JAMES T., tenant and landlord. BRADFORD COUNTY.FUJR99 71311..211 OF INTENTION Easterly boundary a distance of 410 feet

1465-1985-0443; LAMB. VICTOR S., 1020 8/20 2tchg 8/27 CaeeNa.at-31-CA. TO IEGISTERFK to point of beginning. From point of
Eastwood Drive, Storka. FL 32091 R. V. DURRANCE. .. ....OIQIITCDUQOFDGHDI NAME beginning thus described: continue South
0136-1986-0044; lINDES. I.... Rt. 2.Stark. Plaintiff. Jt1a70A1 COURT Pumas to Section 865.09. Florida O degree. 30 minute East along said
.. FL 32091.4353-1986-0020: LONG. VI .AMD FOB ssr.te., ndin ie .hereby given that thewdsgru.d. Easterly boundary a distance of 75 feet

LEROY. 809 E. Chestnut St.. Starke. FL ROSA LEE MITCHELL CLYDE: HOGA*. atADF+0 1M1'I.1tOwDA L Glenda Eppe.243 Pratt St.. to a point; run thence North 89 degree.

32091 4281.1979.1424: MILLER, GWEN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE and WILLIAM J. NOGAH.JR.D.ferudsW. CASE MOl:U- l-CA Steriu.H.32091.Alan Greenbera 737 S. 3O minute East a distance of 98.08 feet
DOLYN. Rt. 2, PO Box 137A Stark., Fl EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN .lIE: ...... __r.rS131N Walnut s.. Stark. Ft. 32O9I. |pint to a point:run thence North I degree, 10
32091 4281-1979-4576; MURIVIN.MEIIN- AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA NOTICE OF SALE BY dBK DUIIIl.. caNUII. VfajvlBm doing burins wider alV mtp finnnun. minutes West a distance of 75 feet more

DA R., Rt. 3. PO Box 328. Stark. FL Case No.86-495-CA NOTICE IS HEREBY jGtVEN ,... las..addCLAaE---t *of For Clothe 101 Edward Rd.. or .less to a point bearing North 89

32091. 4281-1979-3338; ORMOND LYNN DAVID C. BROOKS and to thaentered Amended J..d._"' ( ....... s.-e... Fl 32O91.: h intend*to register sold degrees, 30 minute East from point of
OR ELSIE. 413 Center St., Starke. Fl ELLEN M. BROOKS, his wife this wIn e. doted. 17 Anse A0IGE11/1 GLAISAaw1. 8cHrtoso wider the aforesaid. beginning: run thence South 89 degree,
32091. 4281.1979.8456; PADGETT, .. stetuw- 3O minute West a distance of 97.21 feet
Plaintiff mot I will .
*, 1987 sell to She.f...o.4
DEWITT C..JR.. Rt.1 Box Storke Fl Dated tIMe lOtts day el AD. of .
29F. vt bet bidder for colds" in the Fsret Flew MDisQQaACIIt>!t:: August to point beginning.and
32091, 2903-1986-0057: ROBERTS. GAILM. BEATRICE R. D'ARMENIA Lobby of the Bradford c-y: Courthouse IQ: DM L.I05IftI C&AtIAM WBT..> Bradford County. you ore required to serve a copy

.. Address Unknown,Stark. Fl 32091, 0/1<10 BEATRICE R. PATTI FRANK LEWIS in Stork*. Bradford Csn aDW.. ..... ..... BVI34tpd93M of your written defense if any to it on
0349-1986-0398 ROSS ZONA J.. P.O. | pa .iree Tlfiv.i. the Plaintiff whose name and
; attorney
D'ARMENIA.' JOHN W. HALSEY and JEAND. Florida at 11OO AJW.a*the. 1Mb dey -- .
Box 48, Stark., Fl 32091 HALSEY. his wife. DAVID I. POWELL of September. 1..7. .... ....... YOUI A.sIGRBv NOIBiED that w.r address i II TERENCE M. BROWN. ESQUIRE
.
4281-1979-5757; SALAZAR. LINDA Rt. 2, and CLARICE H. POWELL his wife, and described property a*sea Earth ill the tees V iriuL. r --.. ... THE CIRCUIT COURT .Terence M. Brown P.A.,Post Office .
PO Box 1I3C. Storke, FL 32091, LELIA AlESCIA POWELL, Amended Jtudpn.dd cI P.rs iw 4 ..-..-.....ks bur 11Ssd.....yea loa OF THE EIGHTH JUOtOAL CmCUfT. Drawer. Starke. Florida 32091 on
4281.1979.3963; TUCKER, EDWARD 212 Defendant wit: "A.. .b.lc-w.. ..pea aw e. p5. AND FOIl or before 22 September 1987 and file

Bay Street Starke, Fl 32091 Thirteen (13) lee .. -- spy eS .... wow.dd..a BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA the original with the Clark of this Court
saw*r *_
4281.1979.4211; ZURFLUH LONNIE K., NOTICE OF ACTIONPROPERTYTO in th.Wet port .. the NE Ill.5 NV wY. *. s sr T1R9I KMOWII CASE NO.:87-217-CA either. before service on Plaintiffs attorney
406 N. Walnut St.. Stark., FL 32091, : BEATRICE R. D'ARMENIA 1/4 el Section 27. Towwjheji a See*. DQI--. aL a..nePea. M RE: Tha........of or'Immediately thereafter other-

1648-1986-0006. a/k/a BEATRICE R. PATTI Range 22 Est bounded the North .. Pew Cltb Or..r -.. 9.k.. WIUUIM NEALLANEY.UMDA wit a default will be entered against
Information concerning the amount or ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU en ReriWa 30991. .* ew tslerr 141 1U.bad.. you for the relief demanded in the com
bylondol".u- *. Et
description of the property (such at ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a land of Conway an *h,*en Weet lead*.y 7- B 111J. s.d ... .. ..... mud plaint... petition.
unclaimed checking account. tavingt Complaint to Foreclose Mortgage action of Powell-Smith Can.ny.sr.d by .. .... .. Oisdk r r c-.. eras FAY LANEV. WITNESS' my hand and the teal of sold

accounts, utility deposits, flocks, bonds, has been filed against you for the South by State Road Maw 4*La..w... bdw.ro w.. a .e.u' ..d sr'weeps'v T.He- Court on this 18 day August, 1987.
Insurance refunds, sale deposit boxet, following described property In Bradford ...... 11I.--- NOTICE OF ACTION; GILBERT S. BROWN
Road Bradford
16)). Ct FIor.
etc.) and the name and addrette of County Florida: nty. .S1a .disci sal M -.. geidaryfRtarBsLaidss.r TOt UMDA FAY LANEV Clerk Circuit Court
DATED this
17 day of t7.GtLBBnS.inOWH.OaK. .
Aeavet.
the holder of such personal propertymay A portion of the SE 1/4" the SE I/l of fAtMha4 /. Ralph Chapman By: Martha S.John

be obtained by any perton poa..... Section 29. Township 6 South Range 22 slue.1W18E95.p. Ad1&-. RoadCaw.Ras. Deputy Clerk
Ing an Interest In the property by addressing East In the City of Starke, Bradford 5m.IaM.dy eudsd.idr w.1.5si. co-ta TERENCE M. BROWN ESQUIRE

an Inquiry to Gerald Lewis, County Florida, and being more particularly 8I2D aPSrwrk c-e.sL-. !law ... r Arrtstl1W. YOU ACE.HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac- TERENCE M. BROWN P.A.
State Comptroller Attn: Abandoned described at folowt: 2IdI8&IZP yen b. LP'Ian..t Attorney for Plaintiff

Property Section. State Capitol, For point of reference commence at GLIMi s IwOa.u4718aOFIHEODurr .rrr reAWhasbeenfUedoooimtyouinand Post Office Drawer 40
Tallahassee Florida 323990350. ((904)) the NW comer of said SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 PUBLIC HEARING !he a6.r etPd Court you or* ... Starke, Florida 32091
4870510. The Jacksonville Area Office and run thence South 87 degree. 18 The Bradford Corny Irtipel Bard. ............ _a a serve e copy' er your written 8/204tchg9/10
telephone number I*((904)Mt-eOM. You minute East along the Northerly boundary Stork. Florida. wiH hold.Public...... 7 CIertLI ..... .... .f ..... to it on TERENCE M.
may also contact the Consumer Information thereof a distance of 25.04 feet to i ing on .... fallowing. pronutetlment ?w., ICE",15Q.. BROWN. ESQUIRE. Terence M. Brown .

toll free Hotline at 1- OO- 4 -J72. the Easterly boundary of the right of way to Board Rule a6G.4s.8I1swr.d.,) 1UDIIa.. 81011x(, P.A.A ..A,. Fur Office Draper 4O. Stark. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Be sure to mention the account number of Epperton Street; run thence South 0 the grading systs far the. a.atay...... ,....,_ torPQ. ... Florid 3201. on er before 14 FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA

AFTER the name ot published In this degree*, 30 minute East along said .va-. .8h.ed.rSnwksli.tda_ Sty. tntir NQ, end Ma the original CIVIL DIVISION
notice. Unless proof of ownership I I. Easterly boundary a distance of 410_ This public hearing will b*held ill the 2aI114E84B66aD7 was th* Oarfk of tIMe Covet ant- CASE 86.173
presented to the holder by October 19, to point of beginning. From point of School Board Roam of the Seheel AeVminMrathf ...ere service an the afaa.e nand at- FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK

1987 the property will be delivered for beginning thus described contlr.t South Office 32 Nan :1da.pb SiU4.d1pS'3 -.er-kneed./)thereafter..ghee Plaintiff.
custody to the Comptroller of Florida. o degree. 30 minutes East along said Averse.SIart Thereafter, all further claim must be Easterly boundary a distance of 75 feet I9B7 at 7 PJM. ,. yea be he..... 4..........idinthePeHwrrNESS ALMA J. THOMPSON.
I directed to the Comptroller of Florida. to a point; run thence North 89 degree, The Uniform grating t>etm fcr the -. Defendants.NOTICE
GERALD LEWIS 30 minute East a distance. of 98.08 feet Bradford County School Spats be .....CBKWfCOURT.BGMTM my hand and official tal .. OF SALE

COMPTROLLER OF FLORIDA to a point: run thence North I degree. 10 eons: eaM with sate ..... Doe qww JtJMOIALc] 1alMANDIOUBYAOtOOCOONIY. floe Court aw this Mm day. al August. NOTICE I I. hereby given that pursuant
8/20 2lehg: 8/27 minute*West a distance of 75 f feet,more and int.rprtaIn is s "di.wc' .NrOl10ACASEtsi0:87JpCA 1W7. to the Final Judgement entered In Case

. . . . .... .. ........ or .lest, to a point bearing North 89 GRADE:A: PERCENT;94.lOOb GLADE : GMERTS. BROWN Number 86-173 In the Circuit Cour of
i degree. 30 minute Est from point of POINT: 4; I DEFINITION:OM.a..JLyP.. .. ..lIE:........__.. CLERK OF THE COURT Bradford County. Florida. I will tell the

NOTICI OF APPLICATIONFOR beginning; run thence South 89 degree. u.EIYGBtE atMV. h Saulcit Moody property situated in Bradford County
TAX MED 30 minute West a distance of 97.21 feet GRADE B: PERCENT: BS. ML GRACE Israb.rd Deputy dork Florida. described a*:

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that BOBBIE to point of beginning. POINT: 3; DEFtNITION A*...e. IL.g. s.dNORIIALE TEHMCEM. BROWN ESQ. Parcel 2: South 'of Lot 19 except
t j JEAN FRANKLIN the holder of the and you or* required to serve a copy ........ PADGETT MAT TEnNa IlL BROWN P.A. ROW.end North 50 feet of Lot 30 except
following certificate, hoe filed cold certlflcote of your written defense*. If any, to it on GRADE:: C: PERCENT: 75- B* GBAOE .... "'- ROW of Section 15. Township S South.
i I for a tax deed to be Issued the Plaintiff attorney whoM name and POINT: 2; DEFINITION* Asempe IS. *. NOmQ0W.twr.openv ..0.. Br w.rHimbmud Range 22 East a* par mop or plat' of
I thereon The certificate numbers and oddres I I. TERENCE M. BROWN ES- MGR IQ: EJ.IL D1GBcE SATTCVABfttHsaritOWB AdbwU4. Arks" Fiend)33O9I Woodlawn. recorded In Plat Book No. I.

.i year of Issuance, the description of the QUIRE. Terence M. Brawn, P.A..Poet Office BE: D: PERCENT: AS- 74: GtMOC ..... C'IiIMJl12' : page Il. of the public record of Bradford .
property and the name In which It wot Drawer 4O. Stark. Florida 32091.on POINT: I: DEFINITION:: Ler.w Amp. *flees w mr $1134idrg93P1011CEOFAPPLICATION County. Florida containing 5.496
I assessed ore a. follow: Certificate) No. or before 22 September 1987. and file table ....... wr f smear r--.-....... acre, mare or .....
115; Year of Issuance 1985: Description th. original with the Clerk of this Court GRADE: F: PERCENT: O e4: GRASS} ........-pour yo w-.d rewr.astppdpr'Ne'hdi Parcel 3: lots 3O. 31. and 34 in

of Property: Tax Parcel No.02476-017404 either before service on Plaintiff attorney POINT: O: OU.'I'ICW: : __ Atasp. _iay : WOODLAWN. per plat thereof In Plat
or Immediately thereafter otherwise table .... .. tto w an .. rIYIiS.s at- Book 1.page 17. of the public record of
I Lot 4,5,611. Blk 17. Knight S/D.Nome Oe B/T7/B7. VTCTOR JONES. ..... I.
In which assessed: Frank Green Estate. a default will be entered against. GRADE: I; PERCENT:0: GLADE PQOtY -.r..a.-. r.r..d.ribsiL/l. Be*223-1.: .........Florida 32422.made Bradford County. Florida. EXCEPT the
the GNi11t __ Ci1 a ItOa.. ..A.. North 50 feet of Lot 30. and that
All of told property being In the County you for the relief demanded In complaint DEFINITION inunusiti lay water permit portionof
Bradford. Stole of Florida. or petition.- ThIs .,- I* ...... weft **' POU CsORmatae 9tSLiwrL 2- -4GO'IG Tea en evereg doily lot 30 lying West of SR 225-A. 'In Sec.
Unless' such certificate or certificate WITNESS my hand and the teal of add! 1987...school year farewell 11 ti.Ifc* ROeIDA 30D91. sad W ... rlpnrrsu'b .I'" A..", of OLOOO all. Han IB, Township 3 South Range 22
Court this of 1987. ... .M Om......... .......c-. per Cost.
18 effectIwe .
hall be redeemed according to low the on day August the -c r U day .... xe mf weten locked b. Sec-
I' OILIEST BROWN it .. __.....f_, ..1 ... 1WP;....... at public sal. to the highest bidder forcash
roperty described In such certificate or ilk poW mm e5 sNekd Nee 21. T---- 05 weals ... 20
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Clerk Circuit Court .. ..... ... ..,.. ......-....... at the front door of the Bradford
ertlflcate will be told to the) highest. N .. from t9560 drag/ --. ..... c-.... FIorido o.WYt1Nw .
Iddar at the court house on the 23rd By:MarthaS.John year So the NtfB4 edrd ...... ,..f.. .......Ler .dd te M.l.dL .. ....-- County Courthouse, in Stark. Florida.

of September 1987. Deputy dork ThIs elf Mfl ...... .. ill i s.dpl.nr. ..... .'IUf'J. r e.r.wt. at 110. AM.on the 17th day of August
I ay Dated this 7th day of August, 1987. TERENCE M. BROWN. ESQUIRE with she........Bator,o.a.914 -iM f8Os WIIIIIe5.my........the......... ors ..+O -- map b Bled with W.Ges..ag on. 1..,.
GILBERT S. BROWN TERENCI M. BROWN. P.A. --.. by t..e PdsrNs serf_ski a-dsy r Ad.. .-P. R.wd.5 lb.Saws...L. GILBERT S. BROWN

Oerk.Circuit Court Attorney for Plaintiff GUWLSav1cek __ WI 1 A ....... ..... 3- AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy
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I By: Beuloh Moody. Post Office Drawer 40 Jill Dww.Bradird .. I L .... ..L'-- Rw ... L... 0aIt. FIarido 32060: ..wN1V141p. : Beulah Moody

Deputy Clerk8J04tchg9IO Stark.. Florida 32091 booty DvM Deputy Clerk
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BCT Stair Writer to the lake'that bad fallen in be supw to find out about the work was Just about impassable," says (or it to soak in. When it has absorbed '(LJk"8roohfru;, :
The Florida disrepair in recent years to the we cave done on drainage into their CoL .. and settled we will put the final ..1'119 orwjfc.fnrmjd. ., rsvjaa over
National
some Guard has chagrin of car and foarwhee1driven lake from Magnolia.says NG 14. Workers toiled in the hot'sun as hard surface on and people can start UK year*,w sbfd U*fond out fishermen good and news for hunters, who have been tearing up GoL James E. Rogers who showedttss military graders were used to tear enjoying a smoooth ride down to the matopcyetiiiU.. thrtf Trig
anyone who likes their suspensions on the heavily: reporter the sale where the work up what remained of the original lake for the first time in many q i e.mI) Dame chrpnicaUv
swimming, fishing or boat entered road. TreadweU Road can is taking place. GoL Rogers is alsomarried road surface. The rubble will be years." =:
Lake Magnolia and be entered off SR-a about four mite tothef.rmerJosntattyof useful as a base for the new road,according The bad condition of the road bad !}
near KeyHeights. north of Keystone Heights. Starke.e to IX CoL Rogers who is a become something of a legend in f.t{ verfJowf
Workers are in the of "
process com- "This project wilT benefit the "Derace was origfnslty resident engineer over a multi- Keystone Heights and Starke. lf po1la,
pleting a $250,000 Guard the local people who down back to the and with the Florida
Tread enjoy early IMtfs county area Department When it deteriorated to a certain: ,.cq pasvuya
project to resurface the lake and the people on Lake .I deteriorated to the point where of Transportation (DOT), point about six years ago it became D PUJ. where
.toad, long a popular public access Brokllocatednearty)who will we had to dose it_down_because it when.he puts his military fatiguesaside. known among local motorcycle trail i'ej1deDtl e watWlf belplesalya
I riders as one of the biggest duriDI
"Whata left of that old road wWma.te Yaperl1
challenges around of their driving ::1 + 7 _
a good base" of support for the skill and endurance, especially in 1' W coBcern'ov.rot .. CQIIdiUoa
new surface CoL Rogers says. the area around Alligator'Creek, tbe er yl1)> has ;.r* ebed hedespel'e00at
-We will then grade the surface
flat which runs from Lake Magnolia council ttmw inH'
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". a :9 TUES. WED. JULY 28-29 REGISTRATION BY APPOINTMENT

10:00: AM 4:00 PM '

THUR. JULY 30 REGISTRATION 10:00: AM 4:00: PM & .
6:00: to 8:00: PM .. r .

FRIDAY JULY 31 REGISTRATION 10:00: AM 4:00: PM ..1"' :":
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MON.-WED. AUG. 3-5 REGISTRATION 10:00: AM -4:00: PM ,
1 Bigger and Bigger.-..-- THUR. AUG. 6 REGISTRATION 10:00: AM 4QO: PM ..

, Workers from Camp Standing plan t* pat the final ell stceesa to ,...-ar nrfta..... areas near & 6:00: 8:00: PM ,
I touches on this S2SO.MM road improvement prefect In Btagnafia lake. MON.-FRI. AUG. 10-21 REGISTRATION 10:00: AM 4:00: PM I'
.the next three weeks the
-giving public vastly imprvFACTORY-
THUR. AUG. 20 EVENING REGISTRATION 6:00-8:00: PM .

MON. AUG. 24 REGISTRATION 10:00: AM 4:00: PM
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DIRECT TUES. AUG. 25! CLASSES BEGIN/SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT

I *' 10:00: AM 4:00: PM & 6:00.8:00: : PM

MON. SEPT. 7 Labor Day Holiday

.- 1988 FLEETWOOD 28' X 52' TUES. SEPT. 8 LAST DAY TO DROP & RECEIVE" REFUND!
FRI. ---, OCT..16 No Classes (Collvje Open) _, J.. '. : '

3BR2BAINCLUDING WED. NOV. 11 Veterans Day Holiday (Colleg doled)

WED. NOV. 18 LAST DAY TO DROP CLASS a HAVE REMOVED

FROM RECORD

: removable hitches plywood floors, upgraded carpeting and WED. NOV. 25 No Evening Classes

double padding, wired for 2 fans extra china hutches and buffets. THUR. & FRI. NOV. 26, 27 Thanksgiving Holidays (College Closed)

shingled roof. Masonite siding bronze windows storm door. 16 cu ft MON.-THUR. DEC. 14-17 FINAL EXAM DAYS -

frostfree refrigerator deluxe stove coordinated drapes. 30 gallon water

heater vaulted ceilings garden tub. PLUS: a real wood burning fireplacefor COURSE SECTION COURSE TITLE TIME DAYS ROOM 'CH. THUCTOK

winter and efficient central air for slimmer GEB 1011 OS1 D Introduction to 8:30-: 9:45: M W 10* McKeown.. ....
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intensifies Bradford

., Depression County
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Cleopatra's I 'by Buster Rahn r day a bank was open for business, cepting the deposit substantial new deposits, followingthe
BCT Staff Writer never to recover the money. The Telegraph was told that many closing. of the Bradford County
Upholsery & Auto Trim Shop Banks never advertise their closing One such incident in Starke was Interesting deposits were returned by bank executives Bank on June 21.However,its statement
ahead of time, unless they are ,since the depositor put his following the closing of the of June 30 1930 shows deposits
304 E. Call St. Starke 964-7014 prepared to pay off all depositers in money in the Bradford County Bank bank. Returning deposits was of $152.431.01.melt with loans of
full. the day it closed. The depositor a against the law,and the information t251,401.o1. or 66 percent Six
Owned and Operated by Donna Beinert \ The Bank of Greenwood, Florida Call / ,was in was held in strict confidence by bank months later, December 31, 1930
habit ma/fit
"Where Quality Counts"Free closed in 1954, because its owner and the of deposit officiate,and lucky depositors.In deposits had dropped by$100,000,to
Estimates Free Delivery president, Mr. Fender, decided to, before the bank opened each morn- 1930. even before the Bradford $252,803.19, but outstanding loans
retire. Rather than sell the bank he ing, by knocking on the rear door, County Bank closed, deposits were had dropped by only $30,000 to
AUGUST/SEPTEMBER SPECIAL closed it and refunded all deposits.When and handing his deposit to an dropping from their high-water $226,961.29. representing almost 90
banks, closed in the 20's and employee. Saturday morning, June mark of 1929. Deposits in the two percent,creating a precarious situation. -
$9Q95 Most Cars 30's, there were no advance warn- 21, 1930 was no different. The mer- banks were nearing the one million .
Includes Labor& Material ings, since funds for reimbursing chant made his deposit as usual but dollars but in June 1930, deposits Although the Bank of Starke had
-- depositors were not available.There the bank didn't open that day, or had declined to less than $700,000. published more than 40 consecutive
The decline was to continue. semi-annual financial statements at
were numerous stories about ever again.
depositors maklngdeposits the last The bank did nothing illegal in ac The Bank of Starts reported June 30 and December 31 of each .
not publish a statementat
thetend of June 1931. It did,
however continue to run ads In The
Telegraph each week.
The July 10, 1931 edition of The
Telegraph carried a statement by
the Liquidator of the Bradford County -
Winn-Dixie Bank.Joseph Wilson, in which it
was shown that the defunct bank
reduced its deposits by $60,357.45
during the year and reduced
outstanding loans by $52,902.23 dur-
ing the same period. Presumably,
deposits were reduced by making
distributions to depositors.

ran How People Lived...
People born in the 40's and later,
PRICES' GOOD really have no concept of living
THURS.-WED. QUANTITY RIGHTS through the depression years
AUGUST 20-26, 1987 ...reu..os RESERVED although many parents have tried to
...,-,--, convey to them the tough times
through which they lived,or surviv

ed.Even in retrospect, anyone who
says "It wasn't so bad," has a failing -
CAN COUNT ON
YOU memory or was one of a for
tunate few relatively unaffected by
the times.
A few families fared quite well in

WINN.DIXIE FOR AN OVERALL comparison Prices of goods to and their services neighbors.fell so

low,than. a family with even a small
fixed income lived quite well.
Gasoline sold for 17 cents per
gallon,and oil for 15 cents
Tires for Model-T Fords soar

LOWER FOOD BILL $4.95 that$10, and each.larger sizes sold for less

The M-C Store in Starke.advertised -
7 Ibs. of meal or grits for .22,
START SAVING TODAY sugar. 10 Ibs .50, Maxwell House
coffee, lb., .37; Pillsbury Flour. 24
11>>., $1.06, and premium brand

PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATIONS: cigarettes Prison employees pks.for at quarter.Raiford were

arANras paid $50 per month in cash, but
STARKE received free house rent and
470 W. MADISON ST utilities. The ice wagon brought ice
daily from the prison ice plant.Employees .
were welcome to all the
= s; vegetables they wanted from the
,and each received a
; WO RAND U.S. CHOICE SONI-IN prison gardens
*, UAL (QUANTITY RIGHTS ISIRVID) meat ration from the prison abbatoir
< REGULAR or NATURAL CNOICtI ) (meat packing plant).
+ MUSSELMANMg SIRLOIN $ 97 Changing inmate deliverymen on
9ge 1 the prison ice no problem
6aaL STEAK since the mules knew the
APPLE SAUCE .y. . .LL
r
111 JAR ; route,and would move from house to
: U.S.O.A. INSPCCTID TO II IS.PKO. .
JUMSO 9 i house, stopping at the right places.On
FRYERLEGQUARTERS. the same day former RMC
VIVA superintendent Jim Brown Godwinwas
r 6 born mule colt was born on the
TOWELS ROLL Lt, prison,.farm.That mule which lived I
the ice until .,.
fin $ CAN MIATV (3'it-LS. DOWN) J7 years pulled wagan
,Msl THRIFTY MAID the ice plant teesv then was retiredto

&sxm] PORK ftBEANS $ I PORK $ 97 Unemployment pasture. reached into the

.. 31OL| 1 SPARERIBS high teens In the Depression years
.
. t 192939. Many people continued to
HARVIST raiSHYELLOW bold Jobs during those agonizing
:' 35OHlA.ItPALMOLIVE years,even though pay scales drop
) $ 5S ped to a few cents per hour in some
99 .1 1 cases. Grown men worked for 75
22ot. CORN cents per day but $1 to $1.50 was
LIQUID FOB
. SIZE more common, away from farm
_: 30-CT. FLORIDA labor.

\ DIXIE $100MASTIRSLIND FRESH 1 $ 00 come Families"hunkered"without resources down, and or did in-

21612 I ISUPIRSRAND 1 without. Clothing was handed down
PARTY CUPS LEMONS t FO* from one child to another and to
cousins.Children went to school up
t through the 8th grade, without
"i\U STA-FIT $ 7a shoes wearing patched clothing. .
MAXWELL HOUSE $ 99 Teacher pay dropped to $75 per
I 1 MILK month,maybe less.For brief time
I oL . .
-- COFFEE . S SIZE GAL in 1933 teachers were paid in script
IN OUARTIRSSUPERBRAND9 issued by the state.At age 16,many
IN WATER or OILChicken % children dropped out of school to
of the Sea 4j $ 0L help support the family by
.. 1 whatever Jobs that came to hand.
MARGARINE *i Ill Many urban dwellers moved in
Chunk Light Tuna GN 61ZE with family members who owned
SUPUUANDCOOR'S farms, and became sharecroppers.A .
., Lam' RIGULAR or LIGHT good mule cost $50 and secondhand
V $ 77 LARGE farm implements were inex-
1 12 PK. ,,... pensive.Crops were made on credit, !
12 otCANS o3 EGGS with settlements being made when I
BEER . i the crop was gathered! (.
-V DIXII DARLING In this area, extensive acreagewas !
r TROPICANA devoted to vegetables beans,
FAMILYLOAF. 99c squash cucumbers, potatoes, etc.,
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ORANGE JUICE interforte
gooz. and children
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4' . 1 ALL SSUAVE ,duce. Farmers would pick up field I
hands early In the morning, and :
i SHAMPOO return them to their homes late in :
FOUNTAIN FRESH c 99c .. i
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I REFILL or CONDITIONER IsuL
.ATL 'f "Access to Some I
NIi .oO, 4O or 31 Lakes !
ALL VARimiS Suave Camp Bla ding
fie COCACOLA ORAL BTOOTHBRUSHES $ 45DILI To Be Restricted I
99c '"p LT 1 Plans. to build a modern firing
VI range In the Blue Pond-Perch Pond
I I S I I S __ E J area of Camp Blanding have been
HOLLY FARMS GRAD 'A Fill "RIAL PIT COOKED RARSICUI"WHOLI announced by the Florida National
Guard.Access to those lakes will be-
r THIGHS or c BARBECUE eliminated when construction starts
18 2 $500DRUMSTICKS next fall according to 14.Col.Larry
CHICKENS. Martin, regional director for the
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LA Game and Fresh Water Fish Com
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I WD RAND U.S. CHOICI SONILISf ; RfOULAR or SMOXIO SUTTfISAU mission's northeast Florida region.

TOP SIRLOIN TURKEY $199 "Additional at Lowery restrictions and Magnolia on activities

yt HALF H Lakes may be necessary,but fishing
STEAK . Ld BREAST It. will not be affected," Col. Martin
said He reminds fishermen that
AVAILABLE IN DELI STORES ONLY
they may still call the commission's
''Ul. CHOCS Lake City regional office to obtain
'opening and closing times for the
Camp Blanding lakes.
Contract negotiations between the
OVER 10,000 EVERYDAY Game Commission and the Florida
Guard for public access to the lakes
3& ovE finalized The National
Guard
9 LOW PRICES notify the commission in
y advance call openings and closings!
{ TO GIVE YOU A for the area.
B0j'hOl More than 1,500 troops from
Florida Puerto Rico, and South
LOWER FOOD BILL Carolina are now undergoing sumo
cualta rrEm mer training at B1a d1nI._

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A big crowd relatives Md Ma** Ibtemcd latently as former Bradford ."1'
Hospital Director Rip O8leM, (sewed frees left evlogtied former ':"";/
I L// i r t P 1 R' employee Edna D..... N; !
;+7q rri'' ., {o-4551" / xtr 1 Ar Davis was a CeI-7.... employee at the heepttal. where the charmed a
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+y REAL ESTATE SALEn

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{ s, { ,,rt x compliance with a Trust Agreement the

''a S : Trustee Is offering the following Bradford I
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County Properties for sale:



i ::4; xi HAMPTON Acres small AREA3 frame-house". ., . . . . 13200.
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4 r c{ i ir 4.8 Acres.cleared farm land .,.., ..,.. ..,,,,, $ 9500.

16 Acres-pasture and woodlands., . . ... .. .." $25,000.
r 1 41py 4 h'[ 6 .40 Acres.mobile home set-up, secluded . ..... ., 60000.

53.25 Acres mobile home set-up, pasture&woodlands 77000.

115 Acres 12x55 mobile home ,.. .. .., . ..,. .$159,000.
118 Acres-apartment, barn, mobile home,various out buildings,

pasture & woodlands .. .. .. ... ... .. 178000.
CNTY RD 21 B NEAR LITTLE SANTA FE LAKE

18 Acres woodlands , . . , $22,000.
Davis Memory Lives Also various small lots & parcels In Clay and i:

Alachua counties.

Some of these properties can be grouped to form 1 parcel of

At Bradtord f ospital 300 acres-fenced and crossfenced.Trustee's .

-- --- -.- compensation Is not based upon property sales,

therefore no realty fee is Involved.
Friends, relatives, hospital officials recalled at this time of year to re-
and staff This property Is priced for quick sale and all offers will be given
members gatheredat mind us of the renewal of life,which
the entrance of Bradford Hospital gives us ell hope for the future.As careful consideration.
Tuesday morning, August 11, to the fourth season approaches, FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT:
dedicate a tree to the memory of a we become more aware of the
former employee Brenda Lynn evergreens. The pines, cedars and Ralph Bryan, Trustee 964-6208
Manning Davis. the chosen tree, the wax myrtle,

Ms. Davis, a ten year employee, reminds us of the tranquility of the -
died earlier this in "her Brad fluttering of small leaves as they
year in the of breezes.We .
ford sasshay gentlest
Hospital, following brief il
lness. She was still employed at the see the temporary home it
time of her death. creates for the creatures that wish to 1 BACK TO SCHOOL
raise families In them the
,or protection
Although she worked in the admit
ting office, and made many friends provided during a brief respitefor
with her caring attitude and friendly the weary one passing through. 4Hanging
Let's each remember Brenda
demeanor, she was probably better our
with the theme of renewal
known ,committ
for her telephone voice as SPECIALLevi's
switchboard operator, answeringeach ment and homecoming, as depictedin
call with "Good Morning the song, 'Tie a Yellow Ribbon
Bradford helpYOU'l,1Rip Around the Old Oak Tree.'These rib-
Hospital, I
may s
bons of desire
are symbolic our to
(C.E.) Osteen, former Brad-
ford create a visual tribute to Brenda.A .
Hospital Administrator, who
Is the
was her supervisor for five permanent proclamation
years
bronze plaqlue. It is a reminder to
now administrator for Suwannee i
Hospital, in Live Oak, returned to all that pass this way that someone ,
very dear to us all shall always be I
give the eulogy. '
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remembered. the Ribbons... Mens
During the eulogy Hospital Ad- ,
The ..
Eulogy. Current Bradford Hospital Director Tim Rearick ribbons
ministrator Tim Rearick tied appropriately hangs on a
"Today we gather to pay special colored ribbons on the tree dedicated to the memory of ten-year employee Edna Davis during I &
tribute to a very special person, tree. the morning ceremony at the new wing of the hospital. .
Brenda Lynn Manning! Davis. .
StudentsBasic
Brenda possessed mat unique .,,
quality that made people feel '

welcomed and cared for through her .. .. "' .. ., _'"

vocal Her; personality.compassionate voice.was.as.melodious >>-0 \. u I' 'w. ... ':. ;..\.\; < ..0'Iio
as a south Georgia breeze ... .... i w "' 't I: m.iivvL'. ,., .,
flowing gently through a stand of 17
stately pines. Her 'hello' was as
warm as a wind fluttering in a
thicket of blackjack oaks on a sand

ridge.Her 'Bradford Hospital, may I : y2t&i
help you?'was my first contact with
Bradford Hospital. I always looked
forward to Brenda's greeting and ACEHardwarejSAVE

she ford Brenda's literally Hospital.was consistant: the'voice, distinctive of Brad

delivery will always be remembered
through our efforts here, today. r
Today, we dedicate a living
memorial to Brenda. We do it
because of what she did for others.
It's our way to have an eternal flamein
the fall of the year when the surrounding
maples, dogwoods and
cypresses take on the golden colon
of fall.But even as the winter season
is at its peak, the browns of the
i twigs branches and trunks are a
signal that the rustling dry leaves
will soon yield to a rebirth.The buds up TO $500 on TORO'S PREMIUM RIDERS e
that harbour the new life of the trees
soon burst into multiple hues of
vibrant greens. The Easter story is
I Prices
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II I Card of Thanks
Start at
The brothers and sisters (and
} their families) of the late Drew C.
Sweat join us in trying to express our Ax
i i loving appreciation for the many $969.95with -
I many expressions of sympathy and
help rendered to us at the time of his
recent death. NO MONEY o .urYOUTOfIWI'IU.
To our many friends, we
thanks for your visits, the food, DOWN Ladies & Girl.iJEANS
floral arrangements,memorial gifts .
in his honor, the cards and most and Payments as.

especially your prayers. I, _.
These precious kindnesses, alonSwith I Low as.
God's support are helping.us j .
cope with toe grief and loneliness we $40. per month to
face daily.
To the Union County Rescue team. I All Qualified Buyers! Levi
we are very grateful for their quick.
I response to our call and the great efforts Lee
they made, trying to save his
, life. We think they are the best!
I May God richly bless each of you Chic
'' dear friends, even as you have been Save

j' great blessings to us.Myrtle Lee Sweat Wrangler .


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,Blanding: project will improve water flow to Lake Brooklyn

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from page 1 December through February, failed I
to come that year and lake levels
sources, several unofficial civilian dropped as a result.
"work teams" of Lake Brooklyn "It is of the utmost importancethat
homeowners went to the spot and attempted Alligator Creek remain clearedout
to clear out various sectionsof so the homeowners can get that
the creek themselves overflow from Magnolia Col.
"We knew they were coming back Rogers says. "U Lake Brooklyn is
here and I can't really blame them," fragile anyway and has a hard time
Rogers said. "They thought they from a drought, that
were doing what they had to do. It creek should remain cleared as
has been a bad situation In the past soon as any blockage occurs. The
because of the heavily eroded condi- National Guard has a good record of
tion of the area here that would stop being helpful with this situation,and
up the creek's flow at various times we will do our very beat to keep it
we are glad to be able to alleviate clear at all times. The residents on
that problem,hopefully once and for Lake Brooklyn need to be aware that
all." the lake is sensitive to changes like
Workers have transformed the this and should be very careful about
site by building up the old road bed any changes they make along the
about 10( feet above the old level.The waterline. They may affect the rest
old, inefficient drainage pipe has of us as well."

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Guardsmen from Camp Blandlng
... are busy putting the finishing = WELLS
touches on the restructured roadwayover i I
Alligator Creek in part of a Chevrolet
$%50.000 Improvement project: on Oldsmobile
Treadwell Road, a popular public
access for swimmers, hunters and

fishermen. Let one of our professionals show the
Spec. 4 A. llaynes. Set.. L. you
Williams and Spec.: 4 D. Williamsare Chevy or Olds of your choice.
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busy building up the sides of the
creek under the road with sandbags.The .
: area will be planted with grass '
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splashing Fall offer waiting

for you. 0X-OO SPRINT

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been replaced by a new' large a Beauty ,,0 SN:2605: /
volume pipe and sandbags have We'll shower you
been stacked on each side of the ( 1' with three Luxiva anti- NN\
roadway next to the creek.
The results were already in a 7& aging skin care products
evidence, as water poured throughthe M J size nail ."., .
full lipstick
creek and into a small pond deepin a
the woods on the other side of the 'lacquer and an elegant, ,
road. As the pond overflowed,water
umbrella all
began flowing down the creek bed collapsible for
toward thirsty Lake Brooklyn. Just$1&Q No purchase is
"After the stacks of sandbags are r
set in and the road surface is com- Fe L1 necessary
pleted, we will slope the sides to Thai's more than a
avoid erosion and then plant a thick '
layer of grass on the sides,"Rogers $20 savings off the total
said. "We want everyone to know retail value.
that we have set the drainage pipe at s0000
exactly the same elevation as the This offer is available
creek itself was before we started.
Any water that comes out of August $through
Magnolia, you can be sure it will September 3Q But hurry 7
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flow through here. month
supplies are limited.STUDIOS per
Lake Brooklyn needs all the ex-
cess water it can get.
The popular lake has a fragile bot- mERLE nORmAn"
tom, described a "very permeable"in U.S. 301 North Starke 964-7500 Gainesville 372-0103
a study done by the
St. Johns hydrological River Water Management 118 S. Thompson Street e Starke Jacksonville 282-4522
District. That is defined as a lake
l
bottom which allows an unusually 964-7355
large amount of the water to seep 66 month 10.9 APR financing w/$2800. cash or trade, plus tax tag & title
through the bottom layer of sedi- .
ment, which itself Is thinner than h -..
what is found in most other lakes in
the area.The lake also loses a large
amount of water through surface
evaporation because of its larger GAINESVILLE RADIOLOGY GROUP
size combined with a relatively
shallow depth. '
Other area lakes have sprung
back from a recent dry spell,which Announces
has been broken recently with a the expansion
spate of severe afternoon
thunderstorms.Lake ,

during drought Brooklyn conditions suffers,and the when most : of their in
combined with the Alligator Creek practice diagnostic
blockage, its water levels were far .. ,
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below average for this amount of

rainfall.A spokesman. for the St. Johns to include
radiology Bradford
River Water Management District Hospital:
announced that recent thunder- ,
showers have spared this area of
Florida from the effects of a recent '
drought plaguing many other'
beginning
August
southern states this summer, but, 17,1987. ; ,
Lake Brooklyn has not recovered as> :
quickly as other lakes In the same .i- v>

area.Readings from the St.Johns and : Bradford Hospital t." '
Suwannee rivers have shown that ,
the groundwater levels have rising ,
steadily In the past month,with cor- "'1)
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respondingly helpful effects on lakesIn : '
;, and. around the Keystone Heightsarea. 922 E. Call Street ':. ', << ;

, Four years ago in this area of the '
state near-historic low water levels > : i
i were reported in lakes and rivers asI 964-6000'
the result of a eight-month drought. I

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Highway Patrol Targets: Speeders om TTS-3O1 Im, AI n h-1 ( n--.ntv I

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Motorist complacency which may Alachua County line. The four day along 1-73 In.Alachua valuable J
be caused by the nation's new 65 period will end Thursday at midnight County. highway construction concerned that the carryover effectof those areas where speeding Is more
mph speed? limit, has Prompted the The first two days along the The most recent figures released funds said Colonel Bobby Burkett. this increase would be felt as well prevalent. Using all available
by Florida Department Since most of the Interstate In those areas not affected by the resources such
way Patrol 2V4 mile stretch the 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. of Transportation as aircraft vascar
for another episode of Operation trooper wrote 15 tickets for speeding officiab Indicate motorists system has been Increased to change.Motorists are reminded that radar as well as plain cars troopers
-Speed Watch. violations and four for tags and/or are not complying with 55 in most 65mph, troopers have noticed an in- 55mph is still the maximum speed will be mounting an all-out] effort to
driver's license violations. The 3 to areas. "If the! compliance rate Is not crease in the average speed of limit on all Florida rural roads ex- slow vehicles to the posted speed
Troopers from the Starke patrol 11 p.m. wrote. 5 speeding tickets. reduced to below 50 percent during vehicles travelling on other cept those portions of the rural interstate limit.
area have been resigned to watch the current quarter ending highways"as well. posted at 65mph" stated
spots along US-301 just inside TthT September 30, Florida could be in "When Burkett. Under reslgnment for the four
also the limit
Troopers were .! watching spots jeopardy ,,: raising speed was ... .. days_were Troopers D. C. Roberta
of losinff! a n prpnnfna__< .I .... .. _.. ".'.-.-..-----
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I News Briefs I



Starke Man Shot
Starke Man ArrestedIn engulfed in flames when the
Damage to the home,belonging :
In Fair ConditionJoe Starke Fire Department arrived to Kenneth Edward Thomas, 27, Daniel Thomas Roznowski of
DisturbanceA Ray Nettles a City of Starke of Brooker 14
was arreted August Lawtey was arrested August 15
August 13
Frazier of Starke remainsin according to employee, was estimated to be on a capias from Alachua county for driving under influence, ac-
fair condition in 27-year-old Starke man was Firefighters Cecil Crawford and under 10000. Cause of the fire
University charging lewd, lascivious cording to Sgt. David Goodner.Roznowski's .
arrested Friday, August 14 dur- Jerry Waters. Within five has not been determined but
Hospital in Jacksonville after be- was assault, battery, according to blood alcohol
con-
minutes of
shot ing a distrubance at the 1!cono arrival the fire was probably electrical.
ing Monday night. out, said Crawford. Marshal Tommy Raulerson. tent was .20 percent. He was
Frazier was shot twice in the Lodge lounge. Traffic Thomas was released after a released after a $362.50 surety
Mark was rerouted
Steven Faulkner by city
head and neck area with a small was $5,000 bond bond
caliber charged with disorderly intoxica- police on US-301 as a precaution Recent ArrestsIn surety was posted. was posted.
gun, according to In-
vestigator Don Denton. One shot tion at 10:20 p.m., according to for a short period of time. Bradford CountyThe Traffic Jonnie Lee Alexander of Lake

is apparently still lodged in the Faulkner Patrolman had been Ai involved Chapman.in following arrests were Oris Craig Martin was arrested Butler was arrested August 18.
victims neck while the other went fight continued to a No made by local authorities in August 15 for wilful-wanton Bond was set at $101.25 he was
cause a Injuries
threw Frazier's ear lope. distrubance and Sunday Bradford County. reckless driving, according to released on his own
smelled
Marvin Ollie Smith, 30, of of alcohol, said strongly In House Fire Patrolman C. D. Carter. He was recognizance.Olin .
Chapman.
Starke charged had with been aggravated arrested battery and Bond was set at$100.75, he was There were no injuries and no Harry McDougal of Starke was released after a$157.50 cash bond S. Waldron of Hamptonwas
arrested for was posted.
in the shooting according to Den- released on his own one home Sunday evening when a August 15 ag- arrested August 17 on three
gravated asault (two counts),ac-
recognizance. Starke residence fire counts of failure to for
caught in appear
ton. Frazier a pulpwood worker
cording to Patrolman Gerald Frank Bennett of Lawtey was DUI
Starke. charges and two counts of
and Smith were apparently in- Hayes. Bond was set at$1,000 for arrested August 14 for failure to driving while
The frame license
dwelling at 825 N. suspended.
volved in a confrontation concer-
each he released (improper tag), according
charge, was on appear Bonds
Fire totalling
At Gas Thompson St. suffered limited nearly $3,000
ning a disagreement between Pump his to Deputy Doug York. He
own recognizance.
Smith and Frazier's son. Smith smoke damage to, the interior were set. Waldron was releasedon
Quickly Put Out was released after a $101.25 cash
with the fire mainly contained in his own recognizance by Judge
allegedly shot Frazier while he
Don Hugh Crawford, 46, of bond was posted.
was sitting in his car in the Lin- Water fog quickly extinguished the attic according to Lawtey was arreted August 15 on George Pierce.AIRCONDITIONERS.
coln City area south of Starke. the fire at a gas pump in front of a Firefighters Cecil Crawford, a capals charging aggravated
convenience store last Jerry Waters and Rusty Barrett.
The gun has not been located. Thursday. assault with deadly
a weapon
Assistant State Attorney According to the clerk at the Starke Fire Department was
to Lt.
(two counts), according
Thomas Elwell said his office in- store the gas was being tested for called to the home at 10:56: p.m., Glen Moore. He was released SAWYR
tends to file additional charges of water and somehow a spark Ig- August 16. Within ten minutes of after a $1,000 surety bond was
attempted murder and shootinginto nited gas spilled in the area. arrival the fire was under con- posted.
an occupied vehicle against The gas pump in front of Lil trol, said Crawford.
Smith. His bond was set at Champ at Center Street and
$10,000, he remains in custody. US-301 in Starke, was fully

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I Driver 80% at FaultThe r ... fmuw bro Prices SOle

combine i' u GA O d Thru

driver of the vehicle was Roberts and Trooper Dean Peseta LOWER PRICES! ug.26
found to be 80 percent at fault in an filed no charges in the 10:45 a.m. accident -
accident in early January 1985 in as their investigation revealed -
which a 14-year-old Lawtey boy was the boy swerved into the path of
killed. the vehicle. The right front tire of Malibu
The four man, two woman jury the vehicle was on the centerline of Seagrams Clan
awarded a $400,000 settlement in the roadway at"impact indicating "7" frI Rum MacGregor
Bradford County Circuit Court, Friday the driver had tried to avoid a colli-
August 14 after a three day sion.
trial Mother of the victim, Con- The jury apparently felt otherwisein 6.99 6.99 6.99Sea9t'

stance Jenkins, was awarded the awarding the settlement. .
$300,000, father, Arthur Foux, was Owner of the Cadallic, Frank W. f m
awarded $100,000. They will receive Palmer of Kingsley Lake and his
80 percent of the settlement. daughter, Ann Brown a passengerin rs'' + ..WI..1* $198
Michael J. Whitley, 38, of the car, were also named in the _. _
Americas, Ga. was driving the 1984 suit. '
Cadillac January 5 on CR-225 one- : ..r.
half mile from Lawtey when Arthur ''I .
Jenkins turned his bike to the left in Glamour AdviceMary .750 I I Gibson
front of the car and was struck. Kay can help with pet serialized .750 : .
Jenkins died at the scene. -
glamour selection. Call today. Ask Kahlua
Homicide Investigator Don : Georgea
me about a Mary Kay career.

Sandra Reddish II
Last Chance SFCC Director-Beauty Consultant Dicke I LIj'e
r
Starke'Jlegistr'atloiiThere i (904)431-1803_0- -, 964-6051" 7 LTR

is still time to register for
Fall classes at the Starke Center of -.atono,1"iDiclwl Jack
Santa Fe Community College. THEMARKET
Registration is Daniel MICROWAVES
currently going on TIIHIII1I ,
daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.A PLACE .S*,,fim,.:V M ,; Coolers
.
special evening registration of th. .H.....*:
tonight,Thursday,August 20,will be BAKER COUNTY FLEA .::,%#&' f.
" from 6 to 8 p.m. 4.a4 m
.750 .750 V
The Fall semester begins next & AUCTION MARKETOpen pack I ',
Tuesday, August 25 and ends on Thum-Sun. 8 am-6 pm 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGE
December 19. BUYING SELLING TRADINGof
In addition to basic classes in 1,000'. of Item. Starke- 1 mile North of starke on US 301 -- TNPPBIt

Math, English, Science, History Call 259-2048 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK _
Social Sciences and Humanities, the iri ol i,
Fall Schedule includes Introductionto Located on Woodlawn Rd. PATRICKS PUB & PACKAGE +

Business, General Psychology Macclenny. Fl. Next to 1-10 Keystone Hgts Open 7 Days a Week -473-9718
Principles of Accounting I and II, 100 Yds North of Sr 100 on HWY 21 North
Public Speaking, Child Develop-
ment, Introduction to Computers
Spanish,Human Nutrition,Anatomyand !/ fj
Physiology Major Religions
COBOL Programing Computer
Software Applications, Real Estate .
And Play Production.The ORlAN W'ELLSCHEVROLETOLDS
completed schedule is printedin P1II.C0
an ad in today's Telegraph.
With the expanded program at the TELEVISIONS
Starke Center, a local student can r
get an Associate of Arts Degree tak-
ing all his classes in Starke. Since
the opening of the Center two years from ,
ago 120 students from Bradford $293
County or the Keystone area have i
graduated from Santa Fe Community nen
College. USED CAR SALE I IVCR's
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964-5382.FHP To Man '87 Olds Sierra . . . . .. . $10,588.00 : iICJI: 1

CheckpointsBradford 2 In Stock AT, AC, PW, PL, PS, PB, AM/FM. AT COST

CountyThe '86 Buick Somerset . . . $8,988.00 I L_ I

Florida Highway Patrol LOADED 22,000 miles -Like New ORBE10W

will and be vehicle conducting inspection driver license checkpoints '85 Chevy S-1O Bonus Cab . . . $7,495.00AT

during the week of August ,. AC PS PB AM/FM cassette
21 thru August 27 on SR-21 '
SR-100 SR-230. SR-18 SR-16, 85 Toyota King Cab . . . . e $7,388.00 24 8 cu. ft.

CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B, CR-225 ATAC 36,000 miles. + .s 1 I capacity;
CR-12S CR-229, CR-231, CR-227, 7.56 cu. ftfreezer. .
CR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A In 86 Pontiac Sunbird . . . $6,995.00AT .

Bradford County.Recognizing. the AC, PS, PB, stereo, 2 in stock. I Energy Saver
danger
presented to the public by defec- '84 Dodge D-100 Pick-Up . . . $6,295.00 I Switch.

tive vehicle concentrate equipment their ,efforts Trooperswill on AT, AC, PB PS 39,000 miles I -

vehicles being operated with '81 Pontiac Turbo Trans Am . .' $4,695.00
defects such as bad brakes worn $100011THE
AC AT
T-Top
tires and defective lighting equip ,

ment. In addition attention will '82 Ford Granada . . . . 3895.00
be directed to drivers who would
violate the driver license laws of AT, AC. PS, PB

Florida. I '84 Dodge Charger . . . ." . 3300.00 LARGEST TOP MOUNTREFRIGERATORS
The Patrol has found these
checkpoints to be an effective Like NEW! ANYWHERE
means of enforcing the equipment -
and driver license laws of / a.
Florida while Insuring the protec- 3 Month/3000 mile Drive Train Warranty on
tion of all motorists.
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. Bradford Men Get Prison Time in Drug Case I Real Estate Class 'At SFCC StarkeReal I

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Estate Principles, Pray 26 to December 1C.The cost of the
A federal judge sentenced Ted Jeffery Harris, 35, got two by a federal grand Jury April 1. vestigation last fall Six other tices and License Law will be of- course is$115.Students who have
three Bradford County men to years on distribution of cocaine. The eight count indictment came had before their fered at the SFCC Starke Center never taken a Santa Fe course
prison terms August 13 for roles Harris got the lesser sentence, from an inter-agency investigation access ,said Sow. Sinning August 28. must pay a$20 application fee.
they played in cocaine sales to said Assistant U. S.Attorney Jay which culminated with their The charges against them were Registration Is currently goingon
undercover agents last year. Steele, because "the courts said arrest last September. At that dismissed in Bradford County in The five credit course, which daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Lucian Paul (L. P.) Bradley, he was the least Involved." time they were charged In Brad- favor federal prosecution. prepares students for the State with a special evening registration -
SO, got the longest sentence, nine The sentencing was in federal ford County with trafficking in The reporting date for the real estate licensing exam will tonight,Thursday,August 20
years,for distribution of cocaine. court before District Judge John cocaine, two kilograms or 2.2 Bradleys and Harris is meet each Wednesday evening from 6 to 8 p.m.
Noonen Moab Bradley, 57, Moore, II. pounds worth 60000. The cocaine September 4 when they will start from 6 to 10 p.m. For more information call
R received four years for con- The three men were arrested was bought by undercover serving their sentences in a The class will run from August 964-5382. _
spiracy to distribute cocaine and April 6 after they were indicted. agents,during! a three month in- federal prison.



.i Death Warrants To 'Be Signed- More Frequently- ., II2


Governor Bob Martinez an- His chief reform will be more Martinez has signed ten death his two terms in office. See
nounced revisions Thursday in frequent death-warrant slgnings. warrants since taking office in Graham's death warrants
the way he will sign death war- All the revisions will take effect January. Eight of the inmates generally scheduled executions '.
rants, pledging that the reforms Sept. 1. scheduled for execution under within 30 days of signing. Vernon '
will mean more executions for A state-funded defense attorney those warrants have been Martinez's
warrants
began
the growing number of inmates said the '
governor's plan granted stays. Two cases are with about 40 days between the Reddish .
on Florida's death row. merely would slow down
appeals pending. date of :
: signing and date of .
Florida hasn't had an execution further by heaping a greater case "I .J: ..
am convinced that these scheduled execution, but that .1"
since May, 1988 although death load his For Your r.,
on office. changes will revitalize the process time has grown to about 80 days.
warrants have been issued and it back 1;.
the
routinely. "In the initial year", it will dou- track,"said get Martinez.on right Joe Spicola, general counsel to New or Used :
I While recognizing the right of ble our case load, said Larry the governor said the time was
Inmates to defend themselves Spalding,chief attorney at the Of- Florida's death row,the largest expanded intentionally to show
the governor said the legalsystem flee of Capital Collateral in the nation holds 271 inmates. that Spalding's office waits until Auto Needs ,
was frustrated by what he Representative. "Rather than Law enforcement officers predict the last minute to file appeals.
called intentional I delays by some creating order, these rules will that 30 to 35 new Inmates will be "They caught themselves in L
defense attorneys. further enhance chaos and sentenced to death each year. the trap," he said
"I do condemn the dilatory tar frustration of the process." Former Gov. Bob Graham, Another of Martinez's revisions '
tics and other obstructionist He said the changes would who also criticized what he said would schedule executions about ORIAN WELLS'Compare
ploys that are being used to effectively bypass a Florida Supreme Court were inefficiencies in the appeals 60 days after the signing of an in-
prevent the sentences of rule allowing at least two years process, signed more thatn 150 mate s first warrant and about 20 -- -CHEVROLET-OLDS
the court being carried out," after initial appeals before a first death warrants and sent 16 in- days after the signing of subsequent u.s. 301 IN. .
Martinez said in a statement. warrant is signed. mates to the electric chair during warrants.




Bradford Traffic Criminal Court Finals Before You Buy Prices. .Not After


__ The following defendants appeared supervision. fined $627, license suspended six operate motor vehicle, attend DUI STEPHEN SMITH LUMBER
before Judge George H. Walter L. Henderson pled guilty months,attend DUI school. school.
Pierce in Bradford Traffic Criminal DWLS: fined$101.25,20 days in Jai, Ralph E. Griffis pled no contest James W. Dorminey, Jr. pled no 7 Miles South of Starke on US 301
Court August 11, they received final Salvation, Army supervision six DWLS; case dismissed. contest DUI; fined $364, license
disposition. months,30 hours community work. Griffis charged with failure to suspended six months 50 hours com- I #1 Pine 2x4x16 $3.99 #1 Pine 2x4x14 $3.16 I
Henderson charged with fleeing drive in single lane; dismissed. munity work, attend DUI school
Lester Thomas Prevatt pled guilty attempting to elude; dismissed. Griffis pled guilty DUI; fined Salvation Army supervision six FREE DELIVERY
expired tag; produced valid tag; Henderson charged with runningred $1,152, Salvation Army supervisionone months.
ordered to pay$50 court costs. light; dismissed. year, 60 days in Jail, must not Seer..., 468-2624 Open Mon Fri 8:30-5:30: : Sat 9-4
Clinton W.Ford pled guilty no tag; John W. Underhill pled no contest ..
ordered to pay$50 court costs. DWLS; ordered to pay $52 court ---- ---
William H. Bryant pled guilty costs.
refused to sign citation; fined Underhill pled no contest DUI;fin-
$101.25. ed $627, license suspended six months -
Bryant pled guilty driving under ; attend DUI school Salvation Bruce Pollock, M.D.
the influence (DUI); fined $462, Army supervision one year,pay fine
license suspended six months, 50 in ten months. Board Certified Family Physicianis
hours community work under supervision Underhill charged with fleeing & I I
of Salvation Army, attend attempting to elude; case dismissed. F
DUI school. Randy A.Busby pled guilty wilful- MOBILE y

Bryant pled guilty driving on wanton reckless driving; fined HOME CENTRAL AIR A t
wrong side of road; fined$52. 23950.
Melissa C.Newman pled guilty expired Busby charged with DWLS. ; case by A top notch:: unit;'especially designed
tag; presented valid tag, dismissed. for mobile homes. Ask about
ordered to pay$52 court costs. Keith H. Redding pled no contestno /1 INTE7mERo( our no money down special
Gerald Brown, Jr. pled guilty improper valid driver's license; fined
Saac EaC1d4 ?Oltl
tag on mobile home; present $101.25.Redding. Sawyer
valid tag and pay $52 court costs or pled no contest tag expired is pleasedto
pay $101.25. ; $52 court costs. SAWYER
Roderick DeSue pled no contest Mark A. Champion pled guilty 1 sf'/t I announce
fleeing and attempting to elude; $52 DUI fined$1,152, license suspended .
t court costs. five years,attend DUI school Salva- additional office
I DeSue pled guilty wilful-wanton tion Army supervision one year. I 332 W. MADISON ST. PH 984-7701 hours : : I
reckless driving; fined$134.50. Champion no tag; case dismissed. -,- .- ._..,_, w,
Carl Rhoden pled no contest im- Clyde H. McRae pled guilty DUI; ,
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mobile home present .
proper tag on ; :;:
valid August tag 14.and pay $52 court costs by r-rc Tuesday evenings
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Allen Smith pled guilty no tag on Saturday morningsOur
mobile home; ordered to pay$52.
Richard D.Baker pled guilty driv- L :
ing while license suspendedDWLS :
( ); fined $138. i
Tommy Parker charged with no
tag on mobile home; adjudication
withheld, ordered to pay $52 court OQMpN tr.N lust
costs. g
Parker charged with expired tag : M tttxtarl; office is located behind
on mobile home; ordered to pay$52 ,,, o Ppr BEEF I
court costs. Lake Butler Hospital

mobile Parker home charged; dismissed.with no tag on .: U.S. 301 South Stories 964-6071 1 Hand Surgery Center

Raymond L. Perry charged with I 850 East Main St., Lake Butler
expired tag mobile home; dismiss-
ed. Fresh Meat
Jimmy P. Hicks Pled guilty Specials Call 496-0092 for an appointmentBlue
DWLS; presented valid license, Cross/Blue Shield PPC Provider
ordered to pay$52 court costs.
Hicks pled no contest failed to
drive within single lane; ordered to Fresh FrozenNeckbones Cube Steak Chicken Breast
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Thomas N. Chagnon pled no con-
test DUI; fined $1,152, license $2.49 $1.29 ib !
suspended six months, attend DUI ib f PROFESSIONALS
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Chagnon pled guilty unlawful

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.James R. ChasteenMr. Brunswick,Canada,Mr.Berry moved Joseph Pliney Moore.Sr. L..biIddr:: lane ems., ..B.. "TaDIt""Ocbura officiating. In- County with Sherrill-Guerry
James Roy Chasteen 80 of to this area 24 years ago from Patr'IidI: IIImry kQv e 1 Actlvottddr mnenC followed in the Mt. Zion Funeral Home of Lake City inSwift
Keystone Heights dies Tuesday, Waltham,Mass.He was a Baptist,a Joseph Pliney Moore,Sr.. age 74. : I'- Eo tiaras of NIl 0- Creek Cemetery in Union charge of the arrangements.
Aug. 11 in Palm Gardens Nursing U.S. Army veteran of World War II, resident Lake City,died Monday. -IP---:.JretSe aa
Home of Gainesville following an ex and a retired carpenter for St.Regis Aug. 10. at Lake Shore Hospital see dnrSiaer, PlafrmYe flatter 1
tended illness. Paper Company.Survivors following a lengthy iUnew. ;films Ihracder trade
Born July 5, 1907 In Fitzgerald, include two nieces living Moore.... a native of UI Can 24aare of abate asd NAME YOUR PLEASURE
Ga., Mr. Chasteen moved to the in Massachusetts. ty who resided in Dundee and Winter ,
Keystone area in 1954 from Raiford. Graveside funeral services were Haven Florida for many yean prtar :f :
He was a member of Community held Saturday,Aug.13 with Rev.An- to moving to Lake City nine yean IIiIIe fear greatIfhroetsi -
Church, and Lodge 35 F, & A.M. He dy Bowman officiating. Burial ago. He had worked roast crib life fI -..- '"
retired as maintenance supervisorof followed in Keystone Hts. Cemetery as a citrus nursery worker and attended 1a3wioes was kid ospedoeda'
Clay Electric and served as Clay under the direction of Jones Funeral the New Congregational) Awe n:altaaeZ i
County Justice of the Peace for 7 Home of Keystone.Mr. Methodist Church. Ptr .e.....CIIIIIn.Q: lterr
years in the 1960s. n J':
Survivors include his wife Mary; .G. Edward Tracy
son, Jim Chasteen of Orlando; step-- Mr. G. Edward Tracy 74, of Thank YM
son Philip Finley of Melrose; 3 Hawthorne, died Saturday, Aug. 13
grandchildren and 2 great at his residence following an extended The family the...Setter nead.
grandchildren. illness. like to thank torn! wiM
Memorial services were held Born Nov. 5, 1912 in Miami, Mr. provided sacta help and sag part
Thursday Aug. 13 at Keystone Tracy moved to Hawthorne in 1979. through the put two week, Xay
Heightsommunity Church with He God ....3.....
was a member and a deacon of
Rev. Leamon Ward officiating. interment Ellam Baptist Church in Melrose.He .
will be at a later date in
was a charter and lifetime
Keystone Heights Cemetery under member of the Kiwanis Club of SW WFLLJWDE!
the direction of Jones
Funeral
Homeof r.w
Keystone Heights. Miami, having served as its
In lieu of flowers, the family requests secretary and had a 31-year perfect
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contributions to the Building attendance record with this club. He :
Fund of Community Church or to the and Funeral his wife operated the Tracy ALL TIRES MADE IN THE GOOD OlE+ U.S. of A.
Home
Florida Lung Assn., P. O. Box 8127, 1965. in Miami from 1939 to
Jacksonville, Fla. 32239. .
Survivors include his wife Verna
;
Mr. James W. Smith daughter, June Clulton of Atlanta Radial XL Multi Mile Whitewall -.o..;.:

Ga.; brother, Charles L. Tracy of; P1S38OR13P16380R13 . . .. ... __ _ -JQ..QO: "

Smith Mr., 61 James, of Bedford Warren Lake(Smitty Starke), Marla Key Largo Lori; &three granddaughters . __ __. -. - ?

died Tuesday,Aug. 11 near his home Atlanta, Ga.; aunt Cindy, Amy Chilton Bowness, all of P19373R14P2O373R14 .. ._ .._ __ ._ ___ __ -

following a sudden heart attack. and two nephews.Funeral __. .._.. .. .. ___ _ JJIJP20S
Born Oct. 1, 1925, in Manchester services were held Tues- 75.-'S .. .. __..._ __. _ -cz..aoP225 :
Ga., Mr.in Smith moved to BedfordLake day, Aug. 18 at Eliam Baptist 75'- S . _. .... ._. __ __ -4C..OCJ
1978 from Jacksonville. He Church with Rev. Jimmy Coyle of "
attended Friendship Bible Church of ficiating. Burial followed in P23373R-13 4SJOO3TJOO
Keystone, was a member of the Hawthorne Cemetery under the Visit Our Showroom Today
Good Sam Club, Keystone Kampers, direction of Jones Funeral Home of MULTI MILE TAI TIRCS .
and a Navy veteran from World WarII. Keystone.In GLASS BELTED
He retired in 1986 after 30 years lieu of flowers, his family requests GBAXPBURfS31x1US )MMjgSumm@rj
service with Laney & Duke donations to the Florida Baptist P19575B1t.zI.III xlS ._ ___ '51110 [ -
Warehouses in Jacksonville. Children's Home,P.O. Box 8190, P20575B1t3Z.IID 3ixiisaxis33xt2S __ ... 'Q J0P215.753133.00 w
Survivors include his wife,Fanora Lakeland, 33802. >xIS __ "7U99x15 Clearance.
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Williams Smith; daughters Kathy P205-75Bf S . . "31-08 LTB..III ',"" ,7'!
Coleman of Hts. and Mrs.Jane L. Dors
Keystone P225-75B1S . . -35.00P235.75815.1,90
Garland
Deborah of Atlanta Ga. '
; Mrs. Jane L. Dors 90 od Goshen -
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*JDP fairs ta rfaacr Tire s.i-1
son J. Michael Smith of Jackson-
Ohio
died Monday, Aug. 10 in Cler- "
ville sisters Alice Savage and Barbara 0
; mont Nursing Convalescent SpecM Summer front w-mnaraaaeSUS ,
Smith both of Thomaston,Ga.; Center in Milford,Ohio,following an ;, Ire
brothers J. P. Smith Jr., and Jack extended illness. or Rear Front End Matt -
Smith, both of Thomaston, Ga. Born Jan. 19, 1897 in Kingston, MKE flT2
Jesse L. Smith of Jacksonville andBill N.Y.,Mrs.Dors had lived in Ohio for l4 44'5 r.wre.--.rwar..o...
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Smith of Savannah Ga.; and several and was a former resi- ...._._
years a4.. - f -...... ."'. -
granddaughters Tracy & Krlsty Coleman dent of Keystone Hts. She was a ;.. war..w == w.r..r. ---10-
of Keystone Heights. member of the Episcopal Church, a =w w.a.a a.or. __.
Funeral services were held Friday homemaker, and the widow of the
Aug. 14, in Friendship Bible late Edward Dors. FRONT END ALIGNMENT ............' '
Church of Keystone, with Rev. Survivors include son, Joseph C.
Clarence Hager officiating. Burial Dors of Goshen; daughter, Jean Pr-Seoton TACKLE & MARINE
followed in Keystone Hts. Cemetery Edith Shiphorst,Barefoot Bay,Fla.; Air Condition Spec.
under the direction of Jones Funeral two granddaughters and one great Check Comprmtor, Belts. Up to 2 CORBETT'STire
Home of Keystone Hts. grandson. cons Freon.

Mr. Chesley Berry held Graveside Tuesday funeral, Aug. services 18 with were Rev. 'ID" & Servic 3070 Wading Blvd, Mtddfeburg. Ra. 32068

Mr. Chesley Berry, 79, of William Poppell officiating. Burial S-Year Red TopBattery Ase One silk South of Mkfdlibiirg on Hwy. 21
Hillcrest, died Thursday, Aug. 13 at was in Keystone Heights Cemetery U.s. 301 Tempfle
his home following a brief illness. under the direction of Jones Funeral 964-6436 PHONE; |9O4| 282-3113 2823116I
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I Depression intensifies.- in I Bradford County from pageS

; \ the day. Gathering the spring remove the feathers after scalding In a subsequent installment, The If you would like to share an ex-
vegetable crop provided employ-' it, and dress the bird. To "dress" a Telegraph will review he years perlence from that era, call the of-
ment for about 60 days, in May and chicken or other livestock, means to following 1931. ., face Confidentiality! Is assured.
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June. remove the entrails and other unwanted
Farm wives and daughters canned parts.By and large, chickenwas
every conceivable fruit and served only for Sunday dinner, '
vegetable grown in the area, and at noon. !
farmers opened their fields to urban During Herbert Hoover's tenure, :
dwellers when the markets moved 1929-1933 there no welfare pro- '
1't further north. Towns-people took grams. Counties set aside pauper
their turn in canning food for the funds, which paid $3 per month to r :
", winter months. There was a spirit of the destitute unavailable but medical facilities ':"' ;'.hI.": ., ,J>N. .....,'4f.! ....;. ...... :" "
Jr sharing throughout the country, un- were for the very poor. : '
seen in normal times. Doctors treated people without any i
There was always a market for expectation of payment, but people AUCTION IKOCH'S'DRUG
eggs,which brought the farmer 19 to died for lack of money to pay For N
30 cents a dozen, and many people medical services.
'1 1w kept a few hens, even those who liv- Cash money was hard to come by STORE .
ed in town. Most farmers turned the for the ordinary person.
chickens over to their wives, and Americans loved their
money from the sale of eggs becamethe automobiles, and many drove their h Call St., Starke I
wife's spending money, although cars without tags, attempting to .
it was spent for family necessities.The avoid law enforcement officers.
broiler business,as we know it Automobile tags sold for $10, with Fixtures and other items on I
today, was light years away. Local half year tags available in July of
-w grocers bought a few chickens from each year, for half price. It was not 29
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.- '''' farmers, and put them in a chicken uncommon to see automobiles August at l'p.m..
J '"f'.t a."lqOi'I"' stored in farm buildings for lack of
-o4. W1? ;i coop, behind the store. When a a pi a
customer wanted a chicken, he tag, and frequently, cars were aban Ii
Bradford County Bank... pointed one out to the clerk, whose doned wherever they stopped runn- Can;see. at 10 a.m.
it ing. Horse drawn vehicles returnedto
job was to catch the chicken. The
Note name of bank above columns. The building was built in 1914 and customer carried his chicken home rural roads and small towns. Some, of the: Items are:
was home of the Bradford County Bank until it closed In 1930. alive, with its feet tied. The When would times improve, and ,
The Florida Bank at Starke. which began In 1937. was located In the customer. had. to kill the chicken, how long would the depression last? Ice. Cream Freezer
building until It moved to Jefferson St., Its present location.
The Bank of Starke was located across the street from the Bank of RefrigeratorStove 51
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August 11 Bradford County Traffic Criminal Court Finals _

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Misdemeanor Court retail theft (Eckerd's); $52 court nabis, drug paraphernalia; six mon- trespass on Bchool" property; $52 court costs. Henderson charged with resisting
Kenneth Wayne Howard pled guil- costs. ths Salvation Army probation, $200 court costs. Walter Lee Henderson, Jr. pled arrest without violence; dismissed.
ty battery; fined $187, show proof of Arthur Thornton pled guilty oppos- court costs, 40 hours communitywork. Craig B. Falstreaux pled no con guilty opposing a law enforcement William Lee Newham pled no con-
restitution. ing law officer without violence; $52 test trespass on school property; $52 officer /without violence; fined test harassing telephone calls;
Chinal C. Covington pled guilty court costs.Thornton. Charges of trespass and two court costa.Raymond. $101.25,20 days in jail on weekend,30 Salvation Army supervision six
retail theft (TG&); 30 days In Jail. pled guilty 2nd count opposing counts of battery against Padgettand P. Sorrells pled no contest hours community work Salvation months, $52 court costs within 30
James M. Teaque pled guilty failed law officer without violence; Bresee were dismissed.Don trespass on school property; $52 Army supervision six months. days, use no alcoholic beverage. i
to respond to citation ordered to fined $101.25. Wilkerson pled no contest to .. .
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pay $52 court costa. trespass; $52 court costs.Wilkerson '''' L1 11 i 1 L1 L1 L1 5 L1 t1 11 L1 L:=" :15:15:1 5:15:15:15:15:15:5:1 5 d L.- I I L.L. L.IZII IZII L.- L.L. L.L. IZII 11
Teaque pled guilty no life saving Thomas Theodore Bresee pled no charged with battery;
devices; $32 court costs. contest possession of marijuana and case dismissed. Leo's Restaurant & L oungeSeafood
John N. Goodman pled guilty drug paraphernalia; $200 court James W. Dominey, Jr. pled no 800 N. Tempi Avenue Stark I
retail theft Eckerd's); fined $101.25. costs 100 hours community work, contest possession of less than 20 j.. j\\.
Paul McCloud pled no contest petit Salvation Army supervison for timeto grams of cannabis; placed on six : 964-66O1 I

theft Fredrick; ten days G. in Myers Jail. pled guilty Tammie complete Lynn work.McDaniel Padgett costs.months court probation, $52 court Buffet: AH You Can Eat .

pled no contest possession_ of can- Wilder L. Clifton pled no contest
Friod Shrimp Blue Crab

Fried Fish $6.75 Ribs
overnight campout and to find out Attending from Starke were An- .BBG
more about their outdoor surroun- drea Abrams, Lila Rae Yawn and Shrimp Foo Young Mein
dings. Carolyn Eaves, who
really enjoyed
o Judy Dukes, Kim Johnson and the ambitious effort. Fried Rico Egg Roll Salad. Bar
Kim Dukes were in charge of crafts
and served as the first aiders.
Diane Moody camp helped with the Fall RoundupThe Regular Buffet Lunch Mon-Sat $3.5 0 Dinner Mon-Thu $5.85Seafood

camp tag-a-longs, Cana Schmidt led adventure is about to begin Buffot Dinner Every FrI & Sat. ova
singing each day and she and Shawn Thursday, September 10, 7:30 OPEN e days m weak|
Girl Scout News Schmidt assisted with canoeing and p.in., at schools and churches it MA. serve Op.n for *h. 11:3O-3
helped lifeguard Denise. Transpor- throughout Northeast Florida VISA I AMERICAN Dinnor .n-Thur 3-Y
102 and Camp adults patches were given to tation by school bus with driver Judy people may sign up for Girl Scoutingor young ..... -- EXPRESS Regular Menu Also pri a sat 1-10 closed Sunday ,
girls
acknowledging their Garver made the field trip possible. Boy Scouting.This 1:1 5:1 5:1 1:1 LII 5:1 5:1 5:1 5:1 5:1 5:1 5:1 LII 5:1 5:1i LIi 5:1 5:1 5:1 5:1 5:5 LII 5:1 LII 5:1 5:1 5:1 5:1 5:1 LII 5:1 5i 5:1 LIrIJ r
participation at Girl Scout Camp Laurie Mullins and Carolyn Eaves represents the seventh year -
Neyatiin June.
served as camp director and that the Gateway Girl Scout Council
80 girls from ages five to 12 (many bookkeeper-treasurer. Dave Norton and North Florida Council of the Boy
of whom were non-scouts) par- and Bob Ray, County Foresters, Scouts of America have co-
ticipated in the Day Camp on served as resourse persons. Andrea sponsored this event. Over 250 loca-
Kingsley Lake for one week. Abrams and Shannon Abrams
provided tions In 15 counties will host Fall
The girls enjoyed nature study, the neat T-shirts. Roundup 1987 programs. Girl Scout
crafts, games, singing, swimming and Boy Scout volunteers will be on
and canoeing each day. They also
hand to answer questions and ex-
earned Girl Scout
badges/patches Campers Perform plain the programs to those in-
for Surroundings Florida Wetlands and two, Your Outdoor Color Camp Kateri near Orange Springs terested.The programs begin at 7:30 BANK ., .
Try-its.
presented The Tree House Playersin p.m. in all locations. NATIONAL
and
Shapes Outdoor Fun. Highlightsof -
the The Sound of Music at a Dinner The Girl Scout program is
week were cooking out, over- Theatre July 24. available to girls in kindergarten FLORIDA
night Bivens camping Arms and a field trip to The young campers perfortned for through 12th grade. Boy Scouting
Gainesville. recreation area _in parents and friends in the camp's begins with Tiger Cubs for boys in
beautiful dining hall. A very plen- 1st and 2nd grades and continues
The theme f Florida Wetlandswas tiful dinner was served the guests through Explorers for 9th grade and *"'"O
carried out with service projects who were seated at tables centered higher. pry d.nt
crafts and hikes to discover with candles and decorations made Watch for the location nearest 1N
plants and animals of our by the campers. you. 3. 1987< AND BUSINESSES
Florida wetland areas. AUgust ORGANIZATIONS
Daisy unit leader Mary CIVIC
was assisted by Cadette Sara ftURCHEs
Looney. Peg Trimble and Joan INDIVIDUALS, mgetin8
Carlton assisted by Cadette Melanie h LL and
'to COMMUNITY
Trimble worked with Brownies.The LOCAL is determout expet fence
Daisy and Brownie units OUR chall.o es and
worked together to prepare a scrap baok'o AS ban at But times
book of pictures and stories about imp octant commuolt, needs
our wetland study which was of out many of our local o wbat thosetie
to the Bradford needs
presented County needs an
credit teacher a3"these me
Public Library. sod
s and gif Ue
Junior unit leaders Debbie ls a pretty .. change write y this
Broome Denise McCullough and cl.cum.tao. take timot coomun't., discuss
Connie Hinman assisted the unit in Pleage to
planning and preparing meals for an 11 o..d youry hecredit, needs and S. 10dl.lduall
Vie ttiO<*
of our with assist
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Combo License 1'd b. glad input cp

Offered SportsmenBy : to uS; any
tsot
Independencehas O
next month, Florida residentswill are imp ..
be able to buy a single license to your opinions serve Yu'I .
cover most of their favorite huntingand its better: u'
freshwater fishing activities. price. us.to hearing from Y :.n,.
The Florida Resident Sportman's d to
License, costing $41.50.! was When you're all by yourself It's almost impossible to buy good look forwar '
authorized by the 1987 Florida Individual coverage. Insurance companies Just aren't interested In '
Legislature. It will be sold by the groups smaller than 10. Which makes It pretty tough on farmers and truly VurS' !.
Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish ,
Very
Commission through county tax col- rural business people.Communicating
for didn't think that was fair, so we
lectors and their sub-agents, such as Agriculture '
sporting goods stores and tackle came up with our own health Insurance plan for our members.Our cI ./
shops. The license is valid through plan helps our members control their health Insurance costs -

June 30, 1988. and build cash values no matter how many healtyh insurance claims b.'
"This license satisfies all state re- y,
quirements for recreational hunting they file. We call it the Cash Deductible Concept. And it's available JET mil ..e

and freshwater fishing for Florida only to CA members. fDtafloaft

residents," says Col. Robert M. You're not alone any more.
Brantley, executive director of the
Commission. "However, it does not 'Underwritten by Life Investors Insurance Company of America, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. .
cover the Florida trapping license or For more Information about becoming a CA member contact 3",11(904) 964-7050
federal duck stamp requirements." f\.ORlP'
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It will cover hunting and fishing ... EE'/STARKE./
licenses management area stamp, George Roberts Insurance, inc \- JEFFERSON "ST.

muzzle !loading gun hunts, archery, OSrP 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke STARK.E 30".T
turkey and state water fowl stamps.Individual .ox "
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RENTLEASESALECORNER SALE 205 N, Temple Stork
BOORUM JET BOATi 18 ft., 460 e.l. Ford OACSMED. AOVEftTHMO should be submitted -- -
BUILDING and/of engine with chrome "good I..", drive- PIT BULL PUPPIES out of .large and good to the Sredtord County
r.staurantquipm.nt
for lease. Will sell equipment on trailer. All excellent condition. It. dlsposltloned stock. S73-C1OO. Call y........ office In wrttlog and paid In
F. blue/metalfloke. Must sell. $4.750 483-1564 after 6 p.m. weekday. 8/13 dveme unlee credit le already
voporately. Across from Santa OBO. 782.3660. TFm| 7tpd E20ROTTWEILER ......,.."... with *Me offtce.TW .
Community College. Best restaurant
TRUGMPM STAN' CANNOT H
PUPSi $300 each. 44-423B.
location In town 964.7188. 8/6 tfnchg
8/13 NEW ROatXJMSMU FOR MISTAKES INCLASSWDC Cecelia I Terwllleoai
FOR LEASES 1,000 h 301 South next tfnchg REALTOR
sq ? HOMES .......AD RI TAKEN OVER
lULLS
one large registered Brahma,red
to United Realty 964 8848, 964-8447.
or eves, 4733627. 4/16 tfnchgWANTED FOR SALE speckled; :2 large registered limousine TM TcUPtMMCB.deified We Mak&hExtra Effdr.
for sale or trade. Reason for selling. kt deedllne ,. TUESDAY
to keep from Inter-breeding. .......1. NOON prior te Thuradoy oubHcatlon.
2 BR, I BA with 2-car garage. Perfect for Itchg 8/20 aa.RMd. ..... ......... t.TUESDAY,
.....HOMES....
FREE SOO PAL Ifjutiel Oeaslfted display
retired couple. Easy walking distanceto TO GOOD HOMEi S beautiful puppies -
new shopping center. 29999. Call 7 week old.964.566I.1Mm 8/20 pl.,._ II" NOT: ; jer-*.... Keystone Heights Townhouse, Geneva Spring, 2,265 sq. ft.,
196. OR LATER VW Beetle for parts. 964.5606.130. tfn FARMERS MARKET Cattle, livestock top Minimum chera* far daeaitied ads I isis 3 BR, :3 Ba 2 car garage B 2 spaces,90% financing $ 84,000
964.8258.Itpd 8/20 PRICE REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE 3 BR. :2 quality limousine-cross club .._. wards ler S3 JO. II.IS cent for :310 Lafayette St..:2/2 QUA fruit tree, charming $ 49,500
each ward........ Francis St. 3 BR. 1 Ba, fence back $
WANTED TO RENT 1 yr. mln.. 3 BR 2 BA brick veneer home with fireplace $530.753-3541 after 7 p.m. ItcKg 8/20 : CB privacy In 33.000
bath house large yard within 10 miles and garage, on S acre. Beautiful Melton Terrace: 3 BR,2 Ba, CB CHtA,Convenient comfortabl. $ 49,500
of Camp Blanding. No children. home United Realty of Starke. 1240 Blanding St.:4 BR 2 Ba, newly remodeled like new $ 44,000
8/20 9/10 964-8447 or 473-3627. NOW Alvarez Court 8R, I Ba, landlord off payroll 20.000
4734674. 4tpd evenings your
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59500. 7/2 tfnchg Lake Butler: 4 BR,2 Ba 90 year+ memories 26.000
SMALL SIX ROOM FRAME HOUSE. On Rd 100 across New River Bridge, MH 3.33 acres_ 47.500
YARD SALES 88'/i ft. frontage by 213 ft. deep lot. adjoining 3.66 acre no residence, seclusion $ 12,000
Deep well near Southslde Elem. \\AcceleratedfJRffaltv. Edwards Loop:3 BR,2 Bo, 1 acre, let's go country 62.000
School. $16.000. Call 964-5795 or : : Orange and Pratt:2/1 frame, handyman'.dream $25.000
964.7853.7/30 4tce 8/20 Irooker-3/2 brick and frame Shady Oak Sub.,extra lot 44.000
FOR SALE IY OWNER 3 BR home InStark. Meng Dairy Rd.: 2.25 acres 3/1 CB,CH/A, so near $40,000
.. Easy walking to schools and Crosby Lake and canal MH corner lot live and fish 42.000
LADIES CLOTHES, children clothe, shopping center 40000. Evening, Crosby Lake Canal:2 BR. 1 Ba CH/A, frame 41.000
miscellaneous. Next to MRS 1228 N. 9644424. 7/30 4tpd 8/20 : 964-4544 Kingsley Lake Village: 2 8R, I Ba Frame, 5 lots Income 29.500
Thompson Frl & Sat., 82122. 9 a.m THREE BEDROOM, 2 bath brick veneer I tfJ I : .....COMMERCIAL....
ham., CHtA ,
to 4 p.m. Itpd 8/20 stove refrigerator 301 N: 1.5 acres, MH haok-up, 2 bldg., 240'an 301, great value S 37,000
GARAGE SALEi Saturday Aug. 22, 8 dishwasher large shady lot utility 301 N: by Econo lodge 165.01'on 301 $120,000
bldg. $ 9647739. 8/13 2tpd 8/20 1520 Walnut St
a.m. til, by RR track. 210 E. Call St. s. REALTOR 301 N: approximately 150' x 220' $125.000
opprox.
FOR SALI BY OWNER 2 BR 1 BA frame.
Itchg 8/20 (Hwy. 301 'S.) 301 N: Dairy Queen Building lease option? $ 93,000
YARD SALE Saturday Aug. 22. 9 to 4 On larg.lot. St. Clair St. Call 964 6870.
301 S: 193"301 frontage $ 85.000
8/13 93GOVERNMENT
669 Evergreen St.. Stork. 4tchg Starke. FL
p.m. .
301 and Washington Street 262.5 105' S 91,500
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HOMES for $1.00 (U
Boy/Girls clothing toys, etc. Itpd 8/20
GARAGE SALEi Sot., Aug. 22, 8-2: p.m. Repair) BUY DIRECT! Repo t Tax SEIZED Wayne E. Douglas USA 301 S: 270 ft.on 301, approx.2 acres $150,000
....ACREAGE.....
properties. Call TODAY for FACTSI I
Corner of East Bridges and North St.
Clair Itchg 8/20 1-518-459-3546 EXT H3377 (TOLL. Designated Appraiser Rd. 100 East 1.37 acres, wooded and platted $ 7.000

9 FAMILY YARD SALEi Children cloth., Refundable) 24 HRS. 8/13 3tpd 8/27 105th Ave.. Lawt.,: 2 % acres cleared $ 8,000
crofts, baby Item, toys etc. S.E. lit TWO BEDROOMS AC, heat large shady / Homes*/ Lots.AcreageWaterfront Hampton 438 acres. This property has everything $438.000
St., 1 mile past hospital on 230 first lot screen porch carport. 26000. v' Lawtey: 5 ocres, 105th Av.. good investment $ 13,000
Farms
dirt road to right 2nd house. Saturday 9646827. Itpd 8/20 / Commercial Rd 100 E:12: acres plus fish pond wide open spaces 26.000
8:30: til. Itchg 8120FItIDAYSATURDAYI'age:2 LARGE HOME ON NICE LOTi with extra JUST REDUCED. l.mSIPBIad.3BR.28"-AC.Cllr.s.o..A.Rd' Flume Rd.. 9 acres joins Country Club. Condos?Tim.Share? $ 49.000Rd.
: family. Out tot Included. Pecans, workshop chain 16 East: 9 acres,2 MH hook-up $45.000
Family Room.Double Carport,Large Eedceed POM" *.2 Nice' Lot
16 West look for signs 9 a.m. until link. In need of some repair Make of. Oklawaha River 3 beautiful acre, river frontog. $ 15,000
9644506. Itpd 8/20 fer. 964.5610.8/20! 2tchg 8/27 ANTIQUE BRICK 3BR.3BA.Formal Livi.g A DilliDia-.OIIA" Primitive Baptist Church Rd.: 20.16 acres, 3 well,

Family Room w/Firepbce,Late SaaoedFordw/BRQGiWS.aaingPool 2 septic tanks 2 pole, owner finance 50.000
w/Divuig Board and other --. 12x20 Gee Hone w/Bads VA Or will ipllt each 27.000

PERSONALS Asiumable Mortgage. Lot. Brownlee Rd. 36.43 acre, owner finance, great location $ 82.332

FRAME HOME IN CITY CLEAN COUNTRY AIR- Extra Urge Uviog-Dming Rowers Gnat Bayles Hwy 50 acre, from. home t egg! form

ALONE Call BRINGING PEOPLE Two b.droom berth Enleruining.2BR.2B A.CH/A.Family Room.Bicakfast -.Enclosed Garage 31 Owner finance, "eggs-actly"what you need $250,000
TOGETHER) Storks most r.sp.cteddating one Acres. .....LOTS.....
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service since 1977. All ages Including larg. back yard with chain link Lakefront lots t lake access lot $ 9,000
BRICK HOME ON1ACRE SDR
.Uwcewe*Sewing Roan*2Ba.CH/A.
senior citizens f.nc0, stove, wathor and calling Price range from to
18006484401.42 tfn Living Room w/Fiaeplace. Fbcmal Dining.......Large Kitcba w/Pleafy of $21,000
hoot.
fan with the
A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPER1ENCI. go Cabinets. Utility Room.Enclosed Garage.1 ACM. Country Club Estates: 2 lots Acre'each ($ 7.500
Scandinavian European, Brazilian Som equity and take overpayments IT'S SO PEACEFUL IN THE:COUNTRY. 3BR. IB A.Frame Home,and ($ 8.500

High School Exchange student arriving of $171.80 for 68 DW Mobile Home in Excellent Conduioa)v/Cocmd/ patios. eed Crp .WeD A Kingsley Lake Village: 2 lot* $ 4.500
In August. Become a host family for month at 10%. I Septic 6.92 Acres.BIucbeny..A >caTmt*. Crosby lake Lot 2: Make Offer $ 17,000

American Intercultural Student Ex.thong. 964.5482 Eves end Weekends | TWO STORY CEDAR HOME- Bey aed Gasifeeie.SBR.3BA. Formal Washington and Cherry: 2 lots $ 8.000
.. Call 1800SIBLING. fcan
Winding Tree Lake: lot 246, Florida FrontierAfter $ 15,000
87.345 Living and Dining Room Recnatioo ROOB:Uulily -.Large Front A Back
Itchg 8/20 Porches 7.6 Acres. Hours
Pauline Randolph ....6323
OWNERFlNANCING.OIdFahianeclF.-,4Br.28A.0IIA"NcwIy John lengferd.Master ApprelserAnneTerwMlegar 44-121
painted. New carpet and.has IBr. IB A Afiartment wySeparaleEnlnnce.S Acre Nelson 473-7S4I
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V All A cross merica BLOCK HOME W/L7M S/F-3BR.2BA.Family Rooaa.CWA......Rcfri Bendy Cory 47S-2S97

iIIIII/III/ !:: LORRAINE CHAMPION & Dishws her. .
ASSOCIATE BROKERSTROUT NEAR SHOPPING-3BR; 11/.ZBA.l.ioriaa -. "
Dining/Kitchen Combo has Central HeaL .

REALTYIncoroorated MINIMUM MAINTENANCE Cypre .1BR.1BA.Large Lmng-Dneig .

Area, Range Duhvadier Inside Utility Room,on I Ass;ache Coontiy. .
Lie Real Estate Broker DOUBLEWIDE W/SPLrrFLOOR PLAN.UeNcw.3BR.2BA"cn-

838 N. T.mpl. Av>. Room w/Fireplace.Cathedral CeUieg Rage Did nitre- CH/A.W..........as HERITAGE VILLAS
2.7 Acres.
(U.S. Hwy. 301)) But. ((904).8931) 700 Bradford Court in Starke
Stark, FL 32091 R... 473-3096 SELECTED PROPERTIES

.2 Lots In Northeast Section of City .. | 'OPEN HOUSE Saturday, Aug. 22 1-4 p.m. |

.LAWTEY .2 Lou Inside Cary tisi.TadfwMobil.....

.TEN ACRES: Br.dfadCamty,13b Street,N-E,Era" c.LOT .- One and Two Bedroom Apartments

ON LAKE GENEVA a..Ihe.-d
Available
September
105.2 ACRES Northeast Aladwa -/.Priced To SOL ,

10 ACRES in South day Ccenry.RcsioaBiial.AgiiciatenuXS17.90a. .Scat..was.........Cantral hM B'*
.20 ACRES NW Radioed CoHaty.grJ.Vntisl-AgiicefcsraL. .Aaeaanwa iMluiana tnrtto**tetHe t t rCanvertently
__f.r eable TV anal tal.Tpsrt .
.LAKE LOTS Crosby As....,.........0-f5ag.. .*yeait naliaTl..F.rhiinal apaaOtn <
.4.55ACRES A%.I'ACRES:Near Gtabae).:Zoned lot..... aearntae retry>Frivete...a*
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'CITY LOTS-On Hwy 16W.2 Block Goo 301. .Owldatrage sry.esrna. A tFLI..Y..ts

.CITY BLOCKS FOR SALE.Noroataal..... .
FROM ONLY $22O.: revs utamt
.HWY 301 SOUTH.Two separate pe aj.Good.......In ....

IIWY 301 SOUTH.3 Ale near Eadato.Beed*.SUToa 16f coy. Rental information avaUabl at
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t .COMM BLDG.IN CITY.Appnm.3JXO*f ft flow..... the construction trailer or cell: ,
IF YOUR FORD' M ON REAL KTATV OX TBM6{ MOATCD (ID) 443-3251 Mon-Frl 9-WM
HAKJB TOUR HXXT nor AT ACCXLBJIATKD: : .
EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY

Susan M. Fa iIknsr. GRI. CRB PRESIDENT .. .. .. .... ... .. ... . .
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Located Hwy. 301 .2 Blks S.SR.100, 221 W. Lafayette Street g
*OWNER SAYS GET OFFER doublewlde. 10 acre of good land $47,000.
t *2 MOMtl HOMES on 2.' acre Fortylh Road.
964-5069 *MH AND 14- ACRIS Private, but only 10 minute from Starke. 3/2
doublewlde with large open country porch on 19 acre of sheer privacy.
*./1 FRAME. 1.400 sq. H; 2/2 MH like new. All on 1.76 acre 46000.
REALTOR ASSOOATES EVENINGS *MO Mil HOME WITH ADDITIONS built on plus many extra.. South of Storks

t D it Irene L. Faulkner- 964.5142 964-4322 en 2.$ acre*. $32.900 with owner financing.
m STARKE FLP *A SPECIAL BUY 2 BR. 1 IA, central' H&A. on molar| highway. Plenty of
Lucille Spry -- -----964-8420 r storage In basement. Inovatlve financing. Priced to sell 26500.

Bobby Biggs 964.7331 *JUST Off SOUTH 301 Mobil. home. 3 BR, 1 (A, on 1.4 acre
REALTOR *CRYSTAL LAKE AREA Need lot of space? Over 2.000*q. ft. In this better

than new brick home. 3 M. 2 fA. CHtA on 2 lot.. $110.000
: a *LAVmV ARIA 3/2 Ci CHA. opprox. 1.500 sq. ft. on 1 acre, 53900.

*LAKE LOTS *LAND *BUILDING LOTS

*LAWTfY ARIA :W acre. $730 per ecre
11 ACRES ;> On SR 16 A Morgan Rd. Seller motivated
*2 LOTS CRYSTAL LAKE HOMUITU ".800 far both.
*KiNGSLIY LAKE VILLAGE 2 lots for $3.900.
I LOT ON BROOKLYN LAKE COVE. Beautiful beach 30000.
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*LACE LOTS on Sampson Lake
*THIS WUsfS tOAl Mft* *SAMPSON CITY ARIA Deer Hunting I I. good on this 13 acre Heavy

-Z1.4 Vacant t ready to move Into:C/., t/l.deee*eevatlve mere V.. -Dbde.$a.ODD. In- timber. Close to Sampson lake, 32000. Owner financing.
financing available. *COUNTRY.CLUB BuU"lnglotl tram $6 300. Some with owner financing.
*COMMERCIAL*

*HOMES IN STACKS* MOIIU HOME PARK. SITE. a ecre Market Road w/lngreu on. US Ml.: City
B available. Stark.
*BEAUTIFUL BRICK eVt. OitA. tlreelec: kleia>. 2 m water sewer
e 01 ecrea
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*LAKE SURER 1.300"<). H. building on 104 x 208 lot. Plenty of parking.
Stark. .'00. Addition ejvellable.
$8' ecreefj .
the Stumpknockerand
*TURN KEY OPERATION Boat manufacturing popular
I I I It *LEASE W/OPnON TO BUY>tiicsaiiimal fetch H me)M .slutsly the.beet .
Grrffcraft fishing boat. Owner .1I.t_..
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location.3 BH.2 A.ovl.eOOs..ft.8.Msgm.s.dpsi.ger.g..01/A.120x
call far detail.
t *ON HWY. 301 Apartment complex, full occupancy,
300' lot, city water t sewer. 170.300. _
4nI *2408 SQ. FT. Spanking new warehouse I 3 large overhead roll-up door
1 ; *IN THE SLIT AREA On Lard RoM lovely 3 Pe room 3 both ......... fin.
*INVESTORS S/O. Paved road through Owner
dining room, double aaroge many _.....*.On S.... fllO.Out. Plnmong property. Call for Info.
*US Ml Vacant land available. Assorted sizes 1 acreage
*FOR THI GOWER.Country Cub..ver 1 K exree.V*.Ml bitch avnfcen Bv-
Ing room fireplace ailing. to float windsme tsa.sy...... P9.5CO.! *OUT O' STARKI*
I *DEER RUN Immaculate IMng to Ate 32 ft. ..... Clight. -- pad. security *LAKE BUTLER Price reduced to 30000. Owner need to sell home. Will
.. tacked lake. Ideal. far ..........Only f 1.".., sacrifice la-buy larger....... hi the country. Hurry.
I *IMMACULATE ./2 MSTARKI.C> &*.2 w-.-.. MM X 100 lot.$33.000. *WEEKEND RETREAT 75 ft. on Hart lake w/313 MH. QUA. 30000.
i! *EXCEPTIONAL S BR.ewer 1300 ee. ft. 13..... ._ *HISTORIC BEAUTY 2 story 3/2 CH/ craftsmanship unavailable today.
} *SARATOGA HUGHTI /R,1.K Re..."rer,.UOII N-. tJt.-: *KEYSTONE High Ridge Estates 3/2 mobile, 30000.
*HANDY MAN SPECIAL' .Brick...... ..p..e.. 158))* 90S M. S20.00O. *REDUCED $1.000 FOR QUICK CAU-RAtPORO ARIA Brick 3/Jon over. I
BRAND NEW LISTING I Ii *FRAME NOME an N.Omrch St IIV a.srfaa.Gh/y..... acre. TW Immaculate home nee Over 1.800 aej, ft. CHtA range, .......
}; : *PRICE IIIDUCID 3/1 ca.CH&A Its StAw 0--8naere4. ....aoa.. dishwasher above ground pool. Too many extras lo "'.......... Only. $43.000,
I three bedroom two
i 'Coll to see this today Brick *WALK TO IVUYTMNO."'//
bath home with central heat and air, with over five *TERSONAUTY MOUM an."...<..d camsr- l.*.-Pea!ds.J. gttreg....... ..... *ALMOST NEW CNTIMI'ORARY.lmmoculote.) 75 ft. lake front $108.000..

This won't last long I ,Move right In. 125..oo. _. *BRICK HOMI many extra 73 ft. of white sandy beach. Only $87.000.
acres. .f10.IIlE;W ...C011Je'1h1
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BUSINESS SCHOOLSSEMI CAMPERS OR NOTICE MOTOR HOMES HELP WANTEDBOOKEEPtRACCOUNTANT

OPPORTUNITIES TRAVEL TRAILERS .
DRIVER TRAINING. Earn Big lucks.Drive CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub 76 NOMAD TRAVEL TRAILER 21'. self-: for Cloy

northAmerlcen Van Big Trucks! DOT Certification.Local mined to the Lake Region Monitor office contained. 4 new tires, brakes, reese) County CPA office Computer experience
lines .
nood.own.rop.rotor.IIfVou and National Job Placement 17 TAURUS self-contained, large' In writing and paid In advance hook-up. T.V. antenna sleeps 6. AC a helpful. Non-smoker. Resumeto
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n d training refrigerator, AC heater antenna, rear
unless credit Is establishedwith $3000. 473-4299. 8/20
Assistance. already Heating Itpd
we will train you. You will operate CorrespondenceResidentTraining. bedroom, sleeps 10 4000. 964-9318. : CPA, P.O. Box 5769 Jacksonville,
this office.MONITOR .
Eligible Institution for Financial R, 32247.4tchg 8/13-9/2
own tractor. II
your you don't hove 7/30 4tchg 8/20 '
STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
Aid. Guaranteed Student loans. NURSING POSITIONS AVAILABLE IN
on., northAmerlcan offers FOR RENT
a purchaseprogram 22' STARCRAFT TRAVEL TRAILERS Self-
Call RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
18002828165. United Truck YOUR COMMUNITY for private duty.CHA' ,
that we think I I. on. of th* contained roof air. 2100. Call
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER .
Master Resident
Training: Tampa ., LBN's. RN's. Interested In workIng
.
b..t In th
Industry If
you ore 21 or Florida Home 4681509. B/132tpd /20 THE TELEPHONE. MAKE SUMMER RESERVATIONS NOW
Office Clearwoter
: with home health hospice
or
ov.r and think you may qualify call for Florida fcan 87.347 1973 MOTORHOMEt 3900. 4311050. Classified deadline Is 11:00: a.m. priorto on Lake Geneva. Efficiency starting at Call the Wellness .......patients. .nolRogl.try
a compUt Information packag. Call 8/20 4tchg 9/10 Thursday publication. $190 weekly Monthly or seasonal disCounts. 338-2146 .
at I80O3423406.EOE.
weekdays: TOLL FREE I-800-348-2I9I, LAND FOR SALELOT "M STARCRAFT pop-up camper, top of Minimum charge Is IS words for$3.50. Special rates for year round. 4tchg 8/20-9/10 or
ask for operator 97. Icon 67-342 the line, used little like new, roof air then IS cents for each word thereafter. Lake Geneva Rentals 4732919. 4tchg
FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE, lull or port. with heat strip relrlg a stove. Paid 8/13.9/3
tlm.. Thr'* a $600,000,000 mark.t In IN CITYi 6000. Call 964-5764; after more than $6.000, will sell for 3500. HOUSE FOR RENT On Lake Geneva

.m.rg.ncy responder "Personal Panic 5, call 964-5251. 3/07 tfn ALSO, PSE Compound bow with ac brand new 2BR, carpeted stove ft PINES
Alarm. Senior cltliens, wom.n 44 ACRES with 2 BR house or will divide cessories. $100. 964-6086. Itpd 8/20 PERSONAL SERVICES refrigerator, laundry dock facilities
alone, conv.nl.nc. stores. who need Into 10 acre or more tracts.964-7771 or available. You must see this on*.
police, lire d.pt., ambulance Immediately 964.4537.5/14 TFchgPERSONAL 4732919. 4tchg 8/13-9/3 QUALITY LIVINGSR

Total commitment as our CARS & TRUCKS PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile NEW HOME 3BR 2BA CH/A, laundry
d.al.r. Only $3.980 Include SERVICESWANT homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free room garage. $425. 475-2598. 3tpd 121 Lake Butler
demonstration eaulpmsnt Inventory, '81 DATSUN 28OZ)(.Royal blue, excellent estimates. Call Rob 4733590. 3/5 8/13-8/27 (904) 496-236 -
training tales aids, etc. No age limit, condition $6.000. Call 782.3715. 8/13 tfnchg MOBILI HOME FOR RENT 2BR 1BA, ,1st 1,2 & 3 Bedroom Homes
TO DRINKTHAT'S
no experience. Toll fr.: 2tpd 8/20 LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. mo. security 4737685. 2tpd 8/13-8/20 .
1-800-823-6482. Mr. Brown. fcan YOUR BUSINESS 1977 CHEVY IMPALAi 2 door AT, AC. Call The Lawn Barber. 473-3590. Free TRAILER LOT FOR RENT by Lake Win- Near Hospitals,Schools& State
WANT TO STOP*
87348. $750. 964-4464. 8/132tchg 8/20 Estimates. 3/5 tfnchg nott. $69 per mo. 1-737-6256 or Facilities
OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOI Alcoholics THAT'S OURS 19(4 BUICK REGALE Loaded must Mil. CARPET CLEANING C a B Carpet a 4752807. Itpd 8/20 Preference given to Long Term

STOREi choose from:Jean/sportswear, Anonymous9644UO964e219 Make offer 964-7945. 8/20 2lchg 8/27 Upholstery truck mounted deep WHITE SANDS LAKE 2BR. 1BA with Rentals Consult Office Unit 23
ladles apparel mens, children/mater CADILLACS MERCEDES .PORSCHE etc., steam extraction. 4737770. Free deck. $295 per mo., $200 deposit. ,
nity large sizes' petite, pll thru/17 direct from Government. Seized In estimates. 7/30-9/24 9042497884. 4tpd 8/20-9/10 Cable TV Kkfi Playground
dancewear/aeroblc bridal lingerie or CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free drug raids. Available your area. Save STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS are now LAKEFRONT-2BR 2BA, home, AC patio Basketball Court Paved Private Rd
accessories store. Add color analysis. estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. thousands 216-493-3000 exf. available In Keystone Heights. ContactR. near Keystone. Private. 473-4186. Private laundromat Full Time MalntCHAMBIBB'S rtarettt.
Brands: Liz Claiborne, Gasoline, Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559 Ifn A4259. 8/20 2tpd 8/27 Knight 4733189. 4tpd 7/30-8/20 3tchg 8/20-9/3
Healthtex Levi), Lee, Camp Beverly HANDYMAN carpentry, painting, electrical 1977 DODGE VAN AC. CC new carpet. A/C SERVICE refrigeration attic Insula FURNISHED STUDIO APARTMENT on
Hills, St. Mlchele, Chou., Outback Red complete home repair. $1.395080. Call 4311568. Itpd 8/20 tion. All m...., reasonable. ,at... Lake Geneva. $279 per mo. Includes Ra
Genesis, Forenza, Organically Grown, R80049306 Reasonable' Call rates. Licensed contractor. '"l BIRDs extra nice, AT AM/FM 475-2112 Steve. :Jtchg ./J-l/27 utilities. 473-2919. 3tchg 8/20-9/3 )
Mitch.
4733940. 1/9tfn
over 2000 others. Or $13.99 One P'lc.D..lgn.r. 4311568.
cassette, AC. PW 2595.
SEWING MACHINE REPAIR All makes. HOME IMPROVEMENT repairs, additions
Multi-tier pricing discount or Itpd 8/20 MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE MOBILE HOMETRANSPORT
cleaned oiled and 30
adjusted| $19. Used or complete building. yearsexperience
family shoe store. Retail pricesunbelievable 1911 FORD GRANADAi In good condi-
machines sale. Bradford and
for JamesStrickland
sewing serving Clay
for quality shoes normally corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy tion. $2.800. 9644927. Itchg 8/20 Counties. 473-4018. 5/28 tfn HOMES OF MERIT 4BR 2BA, deluxe,
priced from $19 To $80. Ov.r 250 16 Starke. 9648733. 3/19 tfn 1969 CAMAROi $400. 1978 350 engine FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging? low down payment 11.49. *'

brands 2600 styles. $14,800 to $26,900: LAWN SERVICE for residential and commercial and transmission $300.964-4934. Itchg House out of level?? LoRue Leveling $259/mo. Uncle Roy's Mobile Homes
Inventory training fixtures, grand
Reasonable Free 8/20 service for all foundation Ocala. 904.351.8514.8/6-8/27
rates. your repairs
opening, airfare, etc. Con op.n 15 BRIGADIER 3BR 2BA den 11.49, MOVMQ
estimates. 9644238. 7/16 tfnchg I9t3 MERCURY MARQUIS IS 473.7721.7/9 tfnchg
vinyl.
days. Mr. Loughlin ((612)) 8884228. Itpd
8/20 LAWN SERVICES' most lawns, $20. Free leather Interior, premium sound COMPLETE HOME REPAIR carpentry $279/mo., deluxe throughout. UncleRoy's I THROUGHOUT

ALL CASH BUSINESS Local condom estimates, 9644238. 7/16 tfnchgH system electric seats, excellent painting electrical plumbing. Mobile Homes, Ocala. SOUTHEAST
a H CONCRETEWe Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor, 904-351.8514.8/6-8/27
available transportation. $4.995 can be financ COMPLETE
distributorship to qualllled
slabs sidewalks, all R80049306. Call Mitch 473-3940. 8/20 LIBERTY 3BR, 2BA 14X80. low downpayment
Individual. Receive up to 83% tax pour typescurves ed. See at 135 W. Call or call John TEARDOWN a
11.49, $169/mo. Unci.Roy'
and 4739058. 7/30 TFchg
patios 964-6309. TF
write-oft first while
year performing a 4tpd 8/20 Mobile Homes, Ocala, SETUP
valuable service. No selling Involved.
HAVI YOUR HOUSE or place of business 904-351-8514.8/6-8/27 SMALLBLDG$
Service pre-established company accounts FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUSPACK 1371-12121.
cleaned weekly when needed. 19M CLOSE-OUTS 5% down, easy :
or ever
with automatic expansion pro credit full low DOZER WORK.
reasonable Call 964-4759. 3 a 2BR, warranty, as
gram. Will net $1.350 p.r month basedon 7/30 Very 4tS 820COMPLETE rates MUSICAL INSTRUMENTSt As Iowa. RAT Buy. sell and trade collectible *$139/mo. Uncle Roy's Mobile Homes INSURED teed
only 6 vends per day. Requires approximately $14.99 month. Call= 964-6946. tfn Items and antiques. Used furniture, Ocala 9043518514. 8/6-8/27
4 hours week and Investment HOME REPAIR carpentry per .
per NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. glassware, (jewelry and much more. REPOS ASSUME PAYMENTS double
of $12,950 cash for equipment painting electrical, plumbing. Measures 24x36". 25 cents each.Great Come see for yourself. One mile east and slnglewlde, low as 139mo.
Call Notional Commerce Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor: for and of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. Free credit check Uncle Roy's Mobile
Systems, Inc., toll-lree 1-800-782-1550, RB0049306. Coll Mitch, 4733940. 8/20 135 patching W. Call St. 964-6309.repairs. TELEGRAPH 4732183. 3/5 tfnchg Homes Ocala 904-351-8914. 8/6-8/27

operator 3M. Anytime.4tpd 8/20 TFchg YORK WEIGHTS 350 Ibs. of cast Ironweights. GRAPES U-PICK open 7 a.m. until 7p.m.
BABYSITTING IN MY HOME at lowtey. dally. Lilly's Vineyard 12 mileseast PUBLIC NOTICE
REAL ESTATE Monday-Friday; also' after school rack Preacher Heavy curl duty bench bench attachments w/squot of KH In Florahome off SR 100 on Unclaimed 1987 school 'model-AII

OUT OF AREA 8/20 pickup at Lawtey Eletn. 782.3998. Itchy adjustable back and strap for sit ups. Coral Farms Road. 6tchg 8/13-9/17 metal geared, sewing mochl..... Due I Ita

WORK WANTED I will sit with the elderly Extras curl bar, 2 straight bars, 2-11 I rn-i school budget cuts these machines.|
or sick. Will discuss terms. lb. dumb bells. 2-10 lb. dumb bells and CARS are .uncla''....... New, never used.
BE OUR NEIGHBOR N. Carolina
References request. Please call 2 dumb bell bars. Bench Is In excellent Free arm Netco dressmaker model I
beautiful mountain Financing upon
properties. 964.5442 anytime. 8/20 2tchg 8/27 condition $350 cosh. Also a DP 194 BRONCO fully loaded. 473-328.8 sewing machines for pant legs
available. Free listing Information.
.. workout bike w/.poo day, 473-4901 evenings. 2tchg sleeves collars buttonholes
-- etc. Makes
Real .
Carolina Country Estate, Box 696 odometer, practically new $50. 8/20.8/27
sews on buttons, twin needlesewing
Hayesvllle. NC 28904. 704-389-8335 WATERFRONT PROPERTY Reason for tale Is because of lack of
blind hems, and 10 |
collect lean 87.343 t sews
space, 964.4037 during day and
ONE BEDROOM SUMMER COTTAOIl 964-4480 after 10 p.m. Keep trying. FOR SALEFOR thicknesses of Denim. 25 year warranty j
completely furnished and ready to SAMPSON LAKE 3 BR 2 Bath fireplace, 7/30 4tchg 8/20 sew silk leather and I
move Into. In Thunderbird Mountain dock 4 Inch well 62000. 4733843. EXERCISE EQUIPMENT AND WEIGHTS for SALI-gas stove-$25, 2 gas heaters Start iucaliy fulum part-t m upholstery material list price' I

Resort with lake access. Owner financing 7/30 tfnchgSAMPSON sale. Call days. 964-4037 or after 10 $S ea., cushion rocker $5. FOR SALE Train on Ii,.alrlins computers.Itome $629.00. now only$188.00.All major .
available. Only $22,500. Garden LAKE ESTATES Lake front p.m. call 9644480. 7/30 4tchg 8/20 OR TRADE 7 mo. old Braford Bull study and re.ident trsining. credit cards accepted checks OK.LayAWoys '
Realty PO Box 1030, Robblnsvllle, NC and lake access lots available from LARGE SIZE GAS STOVE $85. Call $400. 473-4315 after 5. Itpd 8/20 welcome. For free home
Financial aid arailabls.
Job
28771 7044796446. Free brochures.fca $9000. Zoned Res/mobile home. 3 'A 964-5684.8/63110| 8/20 FOR SALE .refrigerator $80 washer delivery call Educational Division ..
7 "t. ...11.... ..__I .1 .lake-onbeeutNuFSampson -"HALF PRICE 11 Save 50%I Best, large $25; dryer .. $25-drams $80 guitar .placement a.sbtancs.Natlon.lheadquarters 18002234768. Money back [
.
Lake ((2000 + acres) Excellent flashing arrow sign $299. Lighted non $135 amplifier $70. 4737776. Itchg ,LiQhthou.s Point.F1.A.C.T. guarantee.

fishing skiing and boating. arrow $289. Unllghted) $249. Free letters 8/20 Travel School

904.964.7755 See locally Coll today. Factory ACCREDITED MEMBER N.14.8.C.IIs .
eve-933-2038 Owner/broker 8/13 Ifnchg YARD SALES
MATHEWSREALTY direct 87.341: 1-8OO-423-0163 anytime fcan 1 s

1000 SUNBEDS TONING TABLESi Sunol- YARD SALE Fri. C Sat.. Aug. 21 & 22.
WOLFF Tanning Beds. Slender Quest 935 Nightengale. School ft work pants, .
REAL ESTATE Passive Exercisers. Call for FREE color S misc. Itpd 8/20. rrn: ::n: n::- .New Home ..window

SERVING F.OR SALE catalogue. Save up to 90% YARD SALE-Corner of Pecan 8 Cardinal. :Room AddldMM" .Palatine; '
STARKE 1-800-228-6292. 87-346 Fri.,Aug. 21 from 9 a.m. -5 p.m. A Sat. ExpmT ADVICE Carports
GRAPES-U-PICKi Griftle loop. 9645678. morn., Aug. 22, 9 a.m. until noon. Furniture 'Cut
LAKE BUTLER OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and tables, chairs, refrigerator, Tr 1 Work .fool '
We pick by request. 8/20 3tpd 9/3 av_ ., JDFJYDURJ Stone Sidles ,
wooded 'lots. Mobile home, cabin, X7071
JACKSONVILLEGAINESVILLE dry I97S FORD GRANADA for parts, complete bar tools' fittings, sprinklers, clothing
camping O.K. Hunting and fishing. car 4682980. 6x6 utility trailer, mite. Itpd 8/20 BUILDING NEEDSfJ1r1TttrmfE Call Teday!
AREA $5.450 w/$150 dn.. $63.71 monthly. $100. 314 N. Water St., Starke. Itpd YARD SALE Sat., Aug. 22, 9 a.m. until
((904)) 236-4579 days ((904)) 622.2438 8/20 ?. 460 SW Nightingale\ St., movie
HOMES eves. 2/12 tfnVACATION 14"ALUMINUM MAGSt lugs, new,4 for camera, baby swing changing table, : ( fJ!

COMMERCIAL $200 or best offer. 9647078. Itpd 8/20 waterbed mattress to fit any crib

FARM ACREAGE RESORTS OR AIR CONDITIONERS 21,000 BTU $90. clothes, bird cages, etc. 4737556. Itpd HOMES BEAUTIFULOF I, I, C B
ALSO 1979 8/20
9,000 BTU $85. Mercury '
RENTALS BIG YARD SALE lots of tools 26' AirStream NORTH FLORIDA !G '
WATER FRONT Grand Marquis, $1600. 964-7078. Itpd MENUS- A JE icoMMEal_
21S E. Call SUrbe -964-6766
loaded
8/20 20'X7' awning on spring
PROPERTY COTTAGES Fully furnished. Dally, :3 PIECE LIVING ROOM SUITE sofa love roller for trailer or mobile home.

441 W. MADISON ST. weck'y. monthly rates. Also mobile seat, and chair. 127 N.Water St., $100. Sat. A Sun., Aug. 22 A 23, 9 a.m., rain
home park spaces for ,rent and homes Itpd 8/20 or shine. 6820 Deer Springs Rd. Itpd
STARKE. FLORIDA 320911.90.c.9U..u69 for .0.. MT. VIEW RESORT U.S. 64E BRYANS ACI HARDWARE LUMBERi 8/20 .

Highlands Rd.. Franklin!! N.C. ((704)) Pressure-treated lumber, all sizes, Elixson Wood Products Inc. '
5244605. 6/11 tfnchg bam pole, 6" top. Bryans Ace Hdwe, REAL ESTATE r- ,

Melrose, 4752400. Itchg 8/20
.. ., HAY FOR SAUl Square bales. 175. GOVERNMENT LAND from $1 an ACRE. Cypress Mulch and Pine BarkYou
9644506. Itpd 8/20 Land foreclosures, repos a tax sleiedproperty.
D 0 0 0 SEVERAL ITEMS like new 11 hp Sean Get the FACTS today I Call
tractor with till. $850; electric' dryerand (refundable) 1518459.3734 ext. Pick-up or We Deliver
small and large refrigerators, $100 L3339A 24 HRS. 7/30-8/20
ALL FREE ESTIMATES ANDTYPES each IBM Selectric III typewriter, now, LAND FOR SALE Corner lot mobile We Also Have
ROOFING $500; 3 ton Carrier central air i.rmdltloner homes OK. Owner financing discountfor
of (374-1443 or home: 485-1556) REPAIRS three phase and 2 Carrier gas cash. 473-7685 2tchg 8/13.8/20 Red Heart Cypress Lumber '
ROOFING BONDEDDavid furnaces; oil paintings, $25 each. : .
LICENSE RCOOS-O707 IN5UBED-
964-5139. had 8/20 BOATS
964-6649
HAYS ALICIA New hay. $25 old hay j
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$10. Delivery available. 7 miles west of 1550 a L II.
HIS GLASSTREAM probassbassboat.
Lawson Paint& Body Shop Stark. on Rood 16. Jimmy Gasklns, 2 aerated live wells depthflnder -
9648356. 6/4rfnchg
drive on trailer with white
Insurance Collision Work Free EstimatesCR229NW28thSt. GRAPES Lilly U-Plckt Vineyard.' Open Florahome dally 7 a.m.on Cor1 to 7. spoke rims, foot controlled trolling Opening Late September
p.m. motor, 50 hp Johnson motor, many ex
1 al Farms Road. 6592121. 8/20 6tchg tras. 4733452. Itchg 8/20
964.6133
TIN 9/24 Forest Park Apart nts
ALICIA HAYS Fresh cut, $29 a roll. All

hay under barn.7 miles from Starke on HOMESKEYSTONE Attractive 1 &2 BR/1 B Apts., range, lc:
16 toward prison. 964-6167 or
Hwy.
HEIGHTS-BRADFORD COUNTY cent heat & air rY
FOR SALE 7823727. 6/4tfn refrigerator, carpet, ,
brick home, 3BR, 2BA with
) AREA
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Fill Soil - .. 'lacuxil tub. small office, living ,room patio and laundry. Rents from $180. -

Dirt, Top family kitchen a dining room 17 x 42' $220. min. 775 NE 1st St. Lake Butler { er
wlmming pool large patio 1 acre lot yi Qt
Large or Small Loads of LimorockT;! FOR RENT w"',. chain link fence plus 32x32: metal For Information/application:

building many .extras! $85.000. Tropical Property Management Inc.

Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer.. 1200 Sq. Ft. Bldg. 4732838. 3tchg 8/13-8/27. 1021 NW 40th.Dr. Gainesville Fl 32605
ON LAKE SANTA FE enloy sunset diningIn
964-6182 964-5823 964-6095 Ideal for Repair Shop beautiful 2000 sq. ft. brick home on (904) 372-8327 E.H.O.
$200 per monthAt Melrose cul-de-sac. 3BR. 2Vt BA. 2 car

Roarof garage. Fine sandy beach 250 feet
pier, walled court yard. 142500.
MosUy Tire Co. 1 I 4751950. l tp 8/20
WHOLE HOUSE SPECIAL -
HOUSE FOR SALE 3BR 2BA CB house, KANE CYCLE REPAIR
of BUS On US 301 South /
9 Rooms for the price 4 SERVICES OFFERED near schools, $48.900. C.8. Isaac Realty

I PROFESSIONAL CDM|I I"OuelltyWortr Soo Lynn atLynn' 479-2199. 4tchg 8/20-9/10 Cycle Repair a Parts e


(Any loom 1. Hall, Law) .,.Law. .Prices. . .. 1491' ..... AII..,.I Body Shopor HALL flexible LAKE owner. 2 BR financing cottage., large small oaks down, US 301 N. Starke Accessories :

Senior Citizen > Free Advice ;: call McDouaall only $39,000. Call Trevor
San 9t tyfsy payment
,. .... I I ..atee..e. -... 1-904-786-89891 Waters Century 21 Showcase Properties MT 90-16 MAXON
1.e sq.N. o..e t'.11 w_le-'pliese be.e fM..e.NM Inc. Broker Keystone Heights, I I :

FLORIDA: CARJPET CLEANING & DYE O-. 473-4903.7/30 4tchg 8/20 $49.50 Full Face Helmets

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Nets]
[Bungle OPENTUES-SAT.

15 YRa EXPERIENCE
$3.99 ea. Snel! Approved

PINE FOREST APARTMENTS BATTERIES
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** .2 and 3 BR Apt. Now Available I Bungle Cords) $34.00 12N12MA1 12N143A .

:PRESSURE WASHING r 2 BR. from Central I1SO-W74 heat/air plus and utiliti appliances... 3 BR furnished from$200-$302 .99* ea. $26.95 $29.95

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EXPERIENCED IAI.UPIIION ....... .1ME14EN6Y IIftICII COIIAUAI FOR ROW SOUntJGRM VH1A3 APART. FOR SALE. !
1e2-3o3.8/6 chgtfn altar hours and. ......-4. 11UUuWeroOkdc MEIEIS 1 a 2 M wilts Cell ....7295. CLASSIMEO AOVERTtSIMO should' be submitted CO'S CHECK US Owl Clean rental
LICENSED UN NEEDED ot WMgarMg .brc.S..rks61i3nbeans : berw..n 9 ..... C 1130..a.. Men.. Ike toM Union County Times of. GOVERNMENT HOMES MOM $1 (U homes tailored to your pay schedule.
Pines Care Centef.U: charge mm. wlth nerd ...... polar T-.u-... FH. Equal Opportunity unless In writing and paid In advance: repair). Delinquent tax property. PINES SR12I |lust south of SRIOO In
full-time. PUN. IPN. needed.. t QC.. el.nal M. todoI .eves.. .... IL.......4121 Ifods9 with this credit office.Is already established Repossessions. Call 1(803)687-6000( ) Lake taller Call 496-2366. tfn/chg.:
Phone 9644220. Exps ncpd. ds j-| .desired, but to nth ......... Presses.tx J Is.Fu MOIRE HOME.C1e. TH8 TIMES STAFF Etc*. OH-1136 for current repa list. 7/2 5/21
ly to apply. 211214nBOOKKEEPER. _" ,' .'V.I .Is 4 tw.f.Jalo1lc EM1'. ... to swIeM en Hwy 229. Coll444M323L RESPONSIBLE CANNOT BI HELD Stpd. 8/20 OmCI AND WAREHOUSE SPACi
portweek -"-; 40 .hr*. Bart i'l oi/r M.Nd prdwdem.may .... ./.dadqNOW CLASSIFIEDS WHEN FOR MISTAKES IN ARM HOMI 3 bedroom. on S.97 ocr.: located In Union County Times Building
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for lumber 4j hardware-.- 9.-i..1/202kbs WMWMBMAn TABNO AmKATIOMS for 4 BR.2 THE TELEPHONE. TAKEN OVER land with utility building. 496-2198 at ISO West Main. Call 496-2261. for
Reply to: P.O. Sox 364, lake .0FL -**. lot" HWfumMufo. IIBPLOTRSen for M....For man kdemrwen cell take Classified) deadline 8/13-2tpd-S/20 more Information. tfn
32660. 7/23 tfnchg ....... NOON. prior to Thursday BUTlERi Reduced: far quick sale. 3
HIRING Government Job analr Non-smoker.1 )a4..eda 6I'7111ood1g.ooMS publication.: all electric, central heat and
$13,000 your) 8384883 .....961 c.II.tIW5I562.. ttpt Sao POR RENT'. UJl_..... Hatel. S. Minimum charge to 19 wards for S3.50. BR. 2 BA,CH4A. Large lot.only$41,500 air private paved road laundry and
lI3tpd/ 93 3 .. .Fr.S35. ... then 15 cents for each: word thereafter $38,000. Mathews Realty 9644469.215ftn .
per ws Discouni
EXT 3493.: RRPgm1NCID SMBWOMANa ...... or per park playground. Near schools. hasp..
(Will TRAIN) Swing machine: opeiotors ......... you out.......hawse yea ........ Jew Ieego swes_AIpIy In Person state facilities. PINES SIM31 east Lake
who or. dependable and tertou obvf ...... Sand s.oumss b fiYE9ltDMAN.PA. ,M--_ .. .........Wohwt St.ecrese Butler. Call 496-2366. Two children
working. Piece rot pay. and! leainers' Drawer A. SIarIre. .... 3301. .... PeeS 0 Iice.. Tf max., end no pets chg/tfn 5/21
incentive let you am over minimum" 820TFdksjRUCK APARTMENTS FOR RENTS Newly INSURANCE FOR SALE BUSINESS OR OFFICE SPACE available
wages right _01'. Excellent health .In- OWNERS rredeifcjk Transport .MVkV.-... MBSB B M teaB%iVseTMlaJk vt.IeVy Main Street IB, phone 496-0077.tfn-8/6

.uronce and other benefit. Apply In US. Inc..Duncan..to hM...*....*1 fedMee included.,, VIdeo room.veirr6le MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E. 182 a BEDROOM HOUSI 1 bath In IB.
ISUZU DIESEL ENGINE
MffkeV MlU I PAIlS$790
person at Stark Uniform 441 C.Brownlee. newer smcke se__vase or pnodrkwy. WBEJ ecapI OPW ftWOm HO Main Street, Lake Butler' 496-3978. $250/month $50 deposit 496-1375.
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Stark. 8/13 Jtcbg 8/39 Alt tmkw. eeL "...... a sxepty. Pore polL r-.. Aa**., 2313: N. Temple Complete Insurance Service. 4/10 tfn or oHer. 496-3629 after 9 p.m. 8/l3-2tpd-8/20
SECURITY OFFICERS needed Immediately sntts i fueTwwes peUL base etase a ler Ao... SSsrii 32091.9/1 TF 7/30-4tchrg-8/20 BEDROOM M/l BATH nice yard. Also
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for Maxvlll location, midnight "'h...., .._ w_ ...... ........ o.t-...... PRE FOREST APIS. 2 C :3 RR apis new ICK MUSCADINI. SCUPANONI TWO BEDROOM all electric.: Convenient
Call -355-9600 for further Information, t 3 Vie **.t the.reed recent. a .e.a..CaR 9 5.Man.Moo Frt.9646312. 4972621.grapes. Martin' Fruit Farm Ft. White, to Starke and LB 1942842.Nchrg820 .
Itchg 820EXPERIENCED _" Fleees) oM 1.100.3354297. 1/RSf>K*>. Closed Sunday.1113.41chrg93 .
I CARPET SIAMCR for 1 1 / h 827TtAtt ivumumo COUMTRT Housfc 1 BR. HELP WANTED TWO BEDROOM 1 BATH A/C. clean.
i doublewides.Call 782-90018/20 Tfchg *ZSTAUCAMTef Le-rtey mOt .. led sage bunt purchase Brccfcererae. 1989 IS FT. STOTCRAFT BOAT with 40 hp nice neighborhood In Lake .u.,.... SI 80
: BANK TELLERi Part-tlin*. FLORIDA tot** appllgAlaes fa J I lwoltn.s -....d SnO early $150 ......... Call S4S FOOD STORI-26 In Lake Butler Is Yamaha motor custom trailer, month. Phone 496-3452. ltpd-8/20
FEDERAL' Stark office hoi a position end ...... oaks r .ddlelhh.odh.ro O -I564 deer pvm. _..1..1..,... 8/13 now accepting applications for 496-3540 Motorguld.after S trolling motor. Call 1 ACRE SHADED LOT with hook-up
availobl for a taller to work Monday. Wairo end e.itr..ss. 2Ipd$6301IIMR Manager Position. Experience a must. 40 FT. CHANNELMASTf p.m. 8/20-2tchrg-8/27 ANTENNA with- ready for mobile home. Near WS. S6S
thru Thursday. II a.m. to I porn Mid mutt be 18 yes..age.Apply iII.-- Rw opo- 2 bats obile home Company benefit Salary based on ex- signal booster, rotor. 100 ft. co/ax per month. Call 496-2185 after 5:30:
Friday, II a.m. to 9 p.m.. with torn nly.ne9h iscalls.WE.Wayne Nmman. a I eas lot.eH 301 Sovrh. S289 S100deposit. perefnc: plus bonus. Send Resume or cable. like new $275. Call 496-0069 p.m. weekdays. 7/23-tfn
flexibility. Experience: no* necessary. __._. lid a/JO .Cell 964-4OTO. 8/2O 2rpd 827CUAM apply ot SIS office, 2200 E. Duval after 6 ltpd-8/20
Th.selected candidate enrolled "UDIOI :_ TRAJtlX: 2 bedroom, fully furiiifcsd. 5_. Lake p.m.
: will| '1'9' j srYOalrd.adag CIty. Fl. 32055. tfn/chg. 28 FT.VEGA RV STH WHEEL travel trailer
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In 10-doy tllr training program field ewe for 44 salt prt.arcomplex. | Crosby Lake 6/4 with hitch.Good REPAIRSSALESANTENNA
In St. Petersburg.yaw, or.looking for 700 ....... c-r. se.k. "---. No pe... no dIiIdr_964-9739 PART-TUMI position available, male orfsmai. 496-0079. condition. 496-3123 or
ltchrg-8/20
a career with a financial;! .Institution and Contact Davis a s-G..A.---C.. ev*6I f..*.. R/2O Trpd 8/27 .. NAPA 496-2345..tfn- /6 and sales
PO.... an, outgoing sale. orintd 961.6216. lkly $20 1AROC TWO BEDROOM HOUSE .In CASHIERS. PART-T1MI GAS ATTIN- TOWERS repair ,
also satellite Call Don Wllker-
style please' apply during businesshours CRY op $STMU.&. ..-'. -.. .. s....... S39O moot.1.,. N..d RANTS now taking applications, also MORTGAGES at 496-2282 service.for free ettlmote.
at 395 W. Madison St.. Stark. now aatp.ell .ppKortonL lot edwd ._l___. 1-726-7651. / O 2tpd 8/27 experienced tire repairer and all LOANS son
Fla. EOE Itchg 8/2O crossing guard. Must beMerit. ..... .. RIMTAIS' AVA ABifS1SO per month changer. Apply at office of: Brown'sInc. 7143tchrg730COMMERCIAL:
BABYSITTER NEEDED In our horn for..- Aepty e. city.... Memel Oeesaffles end....Cal s....F.FeulhMr BrokerOMwr .. Slot Road I21C18 Worthington
I font and toddler, starting In ). lk9 et....5069 or 964-4O4A TIC Springs. Phone 4962161. tmchrg-8/13 WI BUY FIRST SECOND MORTGAGES PROPERTY
September. Afternoon 130430. NOW NIISING-8/30 SEWING ..tACHINEOPEKATOtSi R C RRM STORACC .....,. 301 South. EXCELLENT INCOME taking hart phone Loans for any purpose. NORWEST
Reference pleat. 964.7325./202tpd. ..... haIicIap. __ 9)61 RR,.. 6/11 tmchojOmCX messages at horn. For Info. call FINANCIAL Ken Parrlsh. 3909 RENT/LEASE
.1 8/27 fin. Esp.d.ra.Ii..A.i ...'i teotis. ON Ml Consort Ran Denmark 504-649-7922 ext. 401A. Itpd 8/20 Newberry Rd., Gainesville. Fl., 32607.
DAYTIME CASHIER. 21 yar or older. Newly ate.. Apply In person..Vogue e..6455166V29.fc. (lOW) Call ((904)) 376-3363. 7/30-4tchrg-8/20 OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
I Pleasant personality neat In 4 RRL 2 RATH front end rear porch CAREER OPPORTUNITY --
ap Monufacturlna: 710 S. water St.. for sewing Located In Union County Time
i pearance. Apply In person at Western Starke. Hchg $120MOBILE .._. p heat In city. Call machine: operator Offer 2 week paid building. Call for Information.
Sleer' SteakhouM. Itchg 8/20 __. ...-..1. ./6 2 cK0 82188058E vocation Insurance plan, 3 paid TRUCKS 496-2261. rin.
WANTED-LADY SECRETARYl mud drive NOME:2 M lemlsfced. or warm holidays and profit iharlng.Experience
auto. % -4883. Itchg 8/20 HOMES .......... Very oood locaHen. SI8O per helpful but not necessary. We will 1979 CHEVY 4 WD PICKUP short wheel
RNa Full-time, part-Hmo and PRN FOR SALE east,plee. SIOO....-...Call 9648704m train.Apply in person, Lake Butler Apparel. base AT PS PB. sliding bock gloss. LAND FOR SALE
positions available for ER and ""-.S-r1nys.. -.,.-.......... tfn-8/13 AM/FM stereo, white spokes, $2,000
MED/SURG floor In a mall hospital 8113 2Idog$630C.Alle UNIT TREATMENT AND call 496-3118 alter S 30 ACRES WITH PINE TREES will divide 10
.. del... p.m.8203tehrg913
peclaliilng: In pla.tlc hand and HOMES OF MERIT 4 2 RA FranUn. NC on Jacob'sCreek. : REHAB SPECIALIST
reconstructive: : microsurgery. Apply to low dawn ..,-. 11,49 % e* 5739month. .Co 533-2232. 8/13: 2tchg 820e.IT.1aDE THIS IS RESPONSIBLE PARAPROFESSIONAL acre parcels. Near Santa Fe River. Approximately -
Unde Ray's Mob.. ....... 1/2 mile west of SR-171.
personnel, take Butter Hospital and MORSU HOME: 2 BR. Mnfur. shift work In rehabilitating patients
Hand 9CW-351-.<514. / ekjig R/2O .. shed, Waldo.. OVA, $1,650 per acre. Owner financing.:
Surgery Center. SR 121 100. m stove In a psychiatric: hospital located
BRIGADIER.3 BR. 2 RA.den 11.49 at ,... ... LOSTFOUNDFOUND ((904) 496-3151. No calls after 8 p.m.
lok.Butler Fla. 320S0t. 496-2323.101. .Iip.. -"orrhaaktop... 30 miles NW of Jacksonville. Requires
8/20 3tchg 9/3 S279 month deluxe thra.gheet. Undo No.......S3OO per---..first lost and 30 semester college hour that Included ltpd-7/30
CONSIDER SEIUNO INSURANCE Uf. of Roy's Mobile Homes. 904-391-8914. Sioo.itF -.->.. ..-.509. 813fURMSHED five courses: In Health Core SpecialEd. CHIHUAHUA NE LB call to IdenIlly. .
Georgia has full portfolio of products.: 7/.4Mg20 2tpd a/3 ., or Social. Behavioral, or Rehab 496-2406 or 496-3103 ask for JUST OFF HWY 121. Approximately 2
Usury.3'". 2 BA. 14 x BO. law dawn 4943814.8/13 4tchg 9/3
Experience helpful not .necessary. 2 B* MORa HOME In Science.: No experience necesiary.: Sophie. 8/20-2tfr-8/27 acres
Over 21. W* will train. Excellent: pay. ....--.. 11.49 e*$169___ Uncle SSenusu Oenw iwowiSenence free.. No Must provide transcript. Stale benefits
local agency. For Interview, call Roy. Mobile........ 9CM--3S.-.,... ....... GHUkwn seder 4 accepted Contact: : Dixie lyon..Northea Florida
372.3686.8/20 4tchg 9/10 7/93 4lcng 820199aCIQSEOUT 964M1O. 8/13 2khg R/27 State Hospital Mocclenny.: : Fl.. 32063. I --
ASSEMBLE PRODUCTS AT HOMI. (YW1 -S%dawn.easy credit. Two BEDROOM HOUSE:newly remodelJpS EEO/AA Employer. ltchrg-8/20
love It.) Excellent pay. For Info. Call Sod2bnks..e.Fallw.Iyeetor .... cro-is...... .. B.gore people,no
504.641-8003 Ext. E-9379. 7/30: 4fod ae $139 a month. Unde Rods ...... pels ............. 966690 after 3 p.m. Our
8/20 Homes.9044914914. 7no... 8/. 0RtrXTS fIchg &i2D People in ServicePvt. I
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$1.00 HOUR Earn $300 Kit. Show toy Assume payments double end THKtX BBDROCHfc I balm mobite home.feraiitied. MOBILE HOMES
I and gifts' FREE supplies and commission ingle wide. As low w SI39 per aprG-ales 209 N. St. Cole FOR SALE
Call month. Ff.e credit check. Unde Rays ....
I Iris. 964-2030 or 964-4889. 51_ $2DIIf--'. Sax.SIOO damagedepoMt.
\\q 7/30 tfnchgHIRINGIII Mobile ---. 901-S1..,14. 7/30: 964- X23. ask far leant 82OHOUU Randall C. Andrews Rodriguez Selected 1

4 1 Government |lobs your NEW 1120 2Idog $627 Ira 68- MOBIL HOME Two bedroom I Begins Duty in GA Sailor of the Quarter
$15.000 USED HOBBLE HOMES. c:.. Ray 1/2 bath central heat and air. Mud
area. 168.000. Call TRAILER me end dean Completely Army Private Randall C. An- Officer
Navy Petty
tat Class Jose
602.838-8885. *xt. :3493. 7/30: Jtchg Wens el A&W MobOe Mow ss.96 6eJ7 .......... Including air, >.. to appreciate. 6000. Call drews, son of William C. and
Rodriguez son of Jose P.
8/20 or 964 6408. B/14..... Saa ...... Near Graham 485-1371. 496-0071. tfn/chg.3/19 Charlotte Andrews of Lake Butler of ,
Rodriguez Starke has been
REAL ESTATE LICENSING only $195. CaN 24 X 6B DOUBLEWRX.set ep in Olm's 1985 14x70 FIESTA SEVILLE mobil.
has arrived for duty with the 224th
SET selected as the Sailor of the Quarterfor
1-755-4040. North Florida Real Estate Subdivision. Ready So wjpne. Into. LAKE 2 BR.2 Bo. lying room. home. 2 bedroom. 2 bath central air Support Battalion Fort Stewart
SI3.8OO. ...- ., .. CaR Commander Training Command -
rinandng
College. 7/30tfn bee..kin room, beihen. dishwasher and heat. Owner financing Low down GA.
RESIDENT MANAGER Motor coupl far 9644606. 6/11 tfndMj large SUSSM porch.dodo..completely payment. Call 496-O069 after 6 p.m. Pacific: Fleet, San Diego.
2 DOUBUWIDE BXPC.. Finwciy renovated S4SO/month.. Itpd-8/20 Andrews, a storage and handling Rodriguez was chosen from
__labia. Cell 1.2 2.0623 USED OOOBUWRXfa tar pey.rra TRAMERi SPACE KM RENT:Call 964-7899. Balance: like rent. Owner finance. Try Union County High School. command, and was cited for his
Roberts Low dawn ........... CaR: I-272-O6SO 8I2D_! us. Call 496-3715. ltpd-8/70 His wife, Rebecca, is the daughterof outstanding performance: of duty
Real Estate [03 collect tm1V7B James and Sue Patterson of 259 proficiency, leadership initiativeand
MOBU MOMS far eabc tUOO. Linn Lane Las Veeaa.- NV. military bearing.A .
986 N. Temple Ave. 431-1090. 112010 1977 graduate of Lincoln: Com-

Starke FL 32091 REALTOR Sheryl Smith Completes munity High School, Lincoln IL,

I ((904)) 964-6262 FOR RENT Diskettes by 3M Maxwell, Seaman Recruit Training 1977.Rodriguez joined the Navy in May

Navy Seaman Sheryl R. Smith,
MIMOSA MANOR MOIRE HOME PARK & other brands daughter of Perry S. Robertson of
name Pearson Receives
Mobile Homes and spsnes lor rent.Recreational Waldo, has completed recruit train- Sgt.
28 ACRE FARM vehicles..... ... ...... ing at Recruit Training Command, Army Achievement Medal
Comfortable 2BR Home 964-7498. ./ .tm Computer RibbonsFor Orlando. Sgt.Terry L.Pearson,daughter of
w/fireplace, CH/A. Barn & 3 ...2 BATH MOIRE HOME an H eorelot. During the 8-week training cycle John K. Langford, Jr. of Lake
Central heat a .Y. Stove end ( Most Printers) Seaman Smith studied generalmUitary Butler and Rina B. England of
Outbuildings fenced &
cross died
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subjects designed to Palmetto, FL has been decorated
fenced, 10 acres in with xesher a dryer. S2731f wen..plus. COMPUTER PAPERWe prepare her for further academic with the Army Achievement Medalin
producing Pecan trees 100 security deposit. Now Sefcmg eppHcottons.A.allabls i and on-the-Job training in one of theNavy's West Germany.
: S.ps.mrk..1-caw have the best price available and guarantee 85 basic fields.SmlUt's The Achievement Medal Is awarded
balance in improved pasture. 964-6303 from LS.....*r after 6..-..
964-4439 or 9646493.6 **.Wlfe satisfaction Use our and if it doesn't run good in studies included seamanship to soldiers for meritorious service -
paper
Excellent Location;4 miles OOU U nDC.3...2 beshs a 2% close order drill, Naval history acts: of courage, or other ac
from Starke. acres: pan........ I ecre.......S350 your computer, we will take back and give Full Credit and first aid. Personnel who complete complishments.
-"'-. 782.3162.8/6 .m this course of instruction: are Pearson is an Interrogator with
RENTALS AVAMABU. 3/1 on Crosby within 15 Days! I eligible for three hours of collegeI the 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment.

2BR.1BA.CH&A Block lake; 2/1 hovee 362.ob42 home lit I credit in Physical Education and Pearson Is a 1976 graduate of Irwin -

Home in Town. tewtey; 1/1 ..Perth.Tawin a Hygiene.A High School, El Paso TX.
--.. Lie. RBroker.. 964-906S. 1973 graduate of Greenfield Central -
hchg 8/20 High School, Greenfield, IN,she Pfc. Barnes Completes
5 Acres of Land on Forsyth > BR MM rURNISHCO. ejeletneighborhood. I I joined the Navy Reserves in Electricians Course
Hwy" Y era.....dIy. September 1986 under the delayed
Rd. PRICED TO Salt) Marine Pfc. Mark E. Barnes son
I .468-1323.2/12 tm
entry program. of Robert D. and Marilyn F. Crosierof

I Keystone Heights has completedthe
Pfc.
Tony Rutledge Basic Electrician's Course.

I COMPLETE RUBBER STAMPFrom Deployed to Okinawa During the 7-week course at the

: Durranco Pump & Supply Marine Pfc. Tony B. Rutledge,son Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune
I of Bernard and Lorene Carter of NC, Barnes received instruction on

1 U.S. 301 North. 864 N. T mpl. Ave.. Stark >t Waldo, recently safety electrical theory generator
\. \ i i Okinawa a BattalIotraiiiinn operation, preventive maintenanceand
\ Pumps Plumbing *W.H Drilling i Your Office Supply Store period with 3rd field electrical: systems installations. -

MacClaan Water Conditioner, "fS 1 i Marines, Camp Lejeune, NC. .
11 Anything You A 1986 graduate of Eastside High A 1986 graduate of Keystone
For Sal. or R.nt. 9647061THE School Gainesville, Pfc. Rutledge Heights High School, Pfc. Ba-nes
I Want PrintedPIn joined the Marine Corps In October Joined the Marine Corps in February

1986. 1987. _
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,, NEWLY REMODELED Stamper SHOP ii : .. Bulldozer Work. in Starke
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> Printed Business 964-5764 9545414If. : 36000.00

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Adv. Flyers Menus, $500 down $216. mo

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