Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 3, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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by Buster Rahn that a "notification of special assess ,
b BCT Staff WriterA ment" must be mailed to each tax-
: : solid waste fee of $75 per year payer, followed by a public hearing,
4, has been tentatively set by Bradford prior to mailing out statements by I
County Commissioners.The the tax collector's office.
4a4t proposed fee schedule was approved Ms. Pierce said liens placed
5-0 in a Monday night, Aug. against property for non-payment of
31, work session called to hear committee assessments are good for only five '
4 recommendations. A public years, and are not renewable. She t'
1 k w n Y k- hearing is set Wednesday, Sept. 9, at quoted an attorney general's opinion \
www 4 7:30 p.m. on the proposed solid for the above statement. ';1
waste control ordinance, at which County Attorney Reggie Flynn {'t I
time the commission is expected to agreed the county cannot handle i
approve the ordinance. The fee non-payment of assessments the j t
"" W schedule is expected to be passed in same as nQn-payment of taxes, but
,. a resolution. the county can place liens against
Commissioners took a real property, and renew the liens
"get-tough" attitude Monday night each five years, until the land >
and got serious about meeting changes hands, at which time, the 'i
deadlines that are drawing steadily liens plus accrued interest will be I
closer in the solid waste program. paid, since no buyer will purchase I i'
Chairman Lawrence Mosley let it be land with outstanding liabilities.
known the county expects coopera- Flynn agreed, that in theory, liens \
tion from the tax collector's office, may exceed the value of the property -
and expects the City of Starke to over a long period of non-
Downtown Project Work Under Way... move expediously in signing an in- payment of the assessment.
terlocal agreement giving the coun- Ms. Pierce stated the intention of
A surveying crew from Columbia Paving Co. gets ready to lay out the Completion of the downtown project Is March 1988. It begins to ty permission to assess city the tax collector's office to
parking lot across Thompson Street from the Starke city hall, which has look as if Call Street will be torn up during the Christmas shopping residents.. cooperate with the commissioners in
been cleared and Is being readied for paving.It season. the collection of the assessment. She
Is the first work On the renovation of historical downtown Starke pro- The Assessments... said statutes prohibit the collectionof
ject. Crew members are (l-r) Jimmy Simmons and Willie Simmons, both At Issue this week is paving of the city-owned lot behind the historical Director of Solid Waste Darrell fees by the tax collector's office,
of Sanderson, and Wayne Sweat of Lake City. Rosenberg building, which was not Included In the Columbia Paving bid. O'Neal presented the report, but said the office is entitled to
The parking lot Is being paved first so there will be place to park for Also at issue is whether the Rosenberg building, over 100 years old, will prepared by a committee of com- recover the cost of collections.An .
downtown customers and employees when Call Street Is torn up. be standing when the downtown project Is completed missioners, staff and the public, to additional employee and
recommend the following: counter space will be needed to handle -
Single family residents, $75 per collection of solid waste fees,Ms.

I Does Rosenberg: :Building! Have a Future? year.Commercial Commercial A B,, $150$300 per per year year Pierce agreed the tax to said fund collector's the The cost commissioners office of collectionsby

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by Buster Rahn are based on acquisition cost, and"since market, and make a recom datlon Other Items... Commercial firms are to be charged by the rex collector's office is '
the city paid $60,000 for the to the council. voluntary, since the statute
BCT Staff WriterIn The city is committed Clerk Neil Tucker distributed note according to the amount of solid says
a regularly scheduled council building, it may qualify for 50 per- to providing lights for the waste generated. Firms generatingless "may," rather than "shall." She
books to councilmen
meeting Tuesday night September cent of that amount. downtown project, but the council sonnel policies and containing grades, ask-per- than 5 cubic yards per week are stated that the commissioners would
1, which promised to be short Although councilman Charles wants to be certain it is getting the them to review the pay contents, and in class A, between 5-10 cubic yards surely lose a lawsuit in an attempt to
because of its short agenda, the Schaefer favors razing the building best light for the money. ing make comments at a subsequent per week are in class B, and those force the tax collector's office to
Starke council got bogged down in immediately, he moved to take the Neither Mayor Silcox nor Attorney generating more than 10 cubic yards make the collections.
discussing one of Starke's oldest task force recommendation under Brown reported any communicationwith meeting. per week are in class C. Commissioner Maxie Carter, Jr.
Clerk Tucker asked for and received -
landmarksthe Rosenberg building advisement. The motion passed, county commissioners in The committee report estimates said, "It looks like you have us bet-
without a clear cut decision for the regard to the interlocal approval to purchase a 650 line ween a rock and a hard place"
which is over one hundred years old, agreement for $4,200. The equipment is there are 6,500 single residences and
and what to do with it. future of the building. between the City of Starke and Brad- In his 1987-88 budget, at a much 695 apartments in the county that Commission Chairman Lawrence
Mosley said, "I wonder how
ford County, prompting Brown to qualify for the minimum charge. you
City council members seem to be figure.Council .
higher tell the next election
Engineer Questioned... would voters in the
"I'll draw an and class A commercial
say up agreement There are 470
in agreement to tear the building told Chief of Police Jimmy "
that wouldn't ?
down, and utilize the space for a Grants Coordinator Linda Day ex- send it to the county Maybe we Bowen to continue working with the firms. 35 class B, and 21 class C com- you cooperate
parking lot. pressed concerns with the engineering should take the initiative." Florida Department of Transportation mercial firms. Based on the above
The downtown task force met firm, England-Thimes and The interlocal agreement is con- to get turn lanes on US-301 bet- figures, the total annual revenue for Will City Cooperate...
Tuesday afternoon, prior to the Miller, Inc., and asked the council to cerned with allowing the county to ween Pratt and Washington Streets. the county will be $633,225. Chairman Mosley asked if the City
council meeting, and voted 6-1 to pass a motion, instructing the firm bill city residents for solid waste Turn lanes will preclude street-side of Starke has signed the interlocal
postpone razing the building for 36 to attend a meeting Thursday, disposal.The parking on the busy highway, in flow Much Needed...? agreement, allowing the county to
months, during which time all September 10, 7:30 p.m.,prepared to council passed a motion frontofthe high school. Commissioners have been advised bill city residents along with county
avenues might be explored for discuss the contractor's completion enabling Mayor Silcox to sign an repeatedly to prepare for closure of residents. Pat Farnsworth, CPA,
renovating the building.John Miller, schedule, report on the status of the agreement with CSX (Railroad) for the county's landfill on SR-100S said the city, acting on instructionsof
president of the downtown committee Walnut-Call St. intersection and crossing its tracks with water lines. within three years.A City Attorney Terence Brown, is
carried the request to the coun- parking spaces. The council passedthe The council also passed a motionto U y No"... recent study by the engineeringfirm waiting for the enabling ordinance to
cil requested motion. accept a 15 foot utility easement or 'I 1- related to council his Camp, Dresser and McKee of be passed, prior to its signing.
"If that building is still sitting City Attorney Terence Brown ad- from Lillian Bishop, to facilitate the r a Mi support of the "Just Gainesville, puts the cost of closureat Chairman Mosley said, "We
there when the (revitalization) project vised Ms. Day to document all con- running of a line across her proper gram, getting underd $55 per acre, for a total of $1.1 aren't dealing with Mr. Brown,
is finished, we should all be run versations with the engineering firm ty County.The mayor million. In order to fund this amount we're dealing with the city." Mosley
out of town, the city council, the task in writing. Following each telephone qded a r t meeting at the within the three year period, and then directed Deputy Clerk Shelly
force and the grants coordinator," call, Ms. Day should write a letter to Property Purchased... Sa'fifa Fe Co unity College cover operating expenses during the Bowen to write City Clerk Neil
said Mayor Vernon Silcox. the company, restating what was Attorney Brown presented a //UStarke BranetftVooperathre which was a same period, it is essential to raise Tucker, advising him that the
Councilman Jimmy Crosby asked, said, or her understanding of the resolution ((87-11)) allowing the city to/ efftief between local approximately $650,000 per year. deadline for signing the interlocal
"Why the sudden Interest in the conversation said attorney Brown. purchase the Brown building on E.I eland 14 enforcementj Commissioner Joe Riddick said agreement is October 1.
Call St., for $35,457. I the tentative assessment still fails to
has building been?there Crosby for months said the, while building the Street Lights.., The building is adjacent to the\ Brow o& the drug pro- address the problem of obtaining ad- Zoning Board Costs...
downtown revitalization project has Ms. Day asked the city to pur- Rosenberg building, and was pur- > Lls bad M dford County, butt ditional land for a new landfill, Darrell O'Neslspeaking as Director
been going on, and suddenly there is chase 43 street lights costing $32,000 chased by the city for renovation or bain some urban areas. either independently or in coopera- of Zoning, told commissionersthat
a move afoot to save the building, with city funds, for the downtown razing, in keeping with the Unhiiii lrty, drugs are in Brad tion with other counties.All the City of Starke is not currently -
which has been slated for razing project. Schaefer moved to buy the downtown revitalization project. ford's middle school, as well as the costs of operating the solid defraying its share of zoning
ever since the city purchased it. lights as requested, then withdrewthe One councilman said, "If we tear high school waste program, formally funded in board activities. For the past six
Miller said there is a chance the ci- motion when he was told the city down the Brown building, the Mayor Silcox proposed a fund of general funds have been transfer- months, O'Neal said, city zoning has
ty qualify for state funds to had agreed to fund only about 50 per- Rosenberg building will fall." $2,000 be established for use by the red to the special assessment, taken up 50 percent of the zoning
renovate may the building, but admittedthe cent of the requested amount.Mayor Another suggested the wall of the Police Department in buying information releasing some $200,000 for other staff's time and the formula shouldbe
$30,000 possibly available Silcox requested Bill Weldon, Rosenberg building might be hit by and/or drugs. purposes, and allowing commis- update O'Neal told commis-
wouldn't far toward renovation. superintendent of power systems, to the wrecking ball accidently, while The council concurred and set up sioners to reduce ad valorem taxesto sioners that the city generated a profit
Grants for go old buildings review the various lights on the razing the Brown building. the fund the rolled back rate. However, the of$6,300 last year, since$20,000 in
renovating cost of operating the landfill will fees turned in by his office exceeded
escalate to $371,885 next year, disbursements by that amount.
because of additional cost of going Chairman Mosley asked O'Neal
I Public Hearings Set on Budgets New LawsThe "high-rise." and Carter to meet with city officials
Results of water sampling at the in an attempt to restructure the
landfill have not been received agreement between the two bodies,
Bradford County school on spending plans. tion in the county. The school board million operating budget as well as ,
which could have serious consequences in order that both might pay
for the
the assessment
The various are planningto proposes to raise property taxes 1.5 proposed
board, county commissioners and ci- groups if amounts.
to the budget contamination equitable
ty commissioners of the four incor- spend approximately $27 million mills to purchase school buses, landfill operation, amounting to is found. Ms. Pierce suggested the commis-
porated municipalities in the county dollars of public funds next year. replacements for an aging fleet. The $633,000. ___ '_ sioners might want to look at oc:
will hold public hearings during the The budgets are all tentatively first public hearing is set for Tues- In addition to budgetary matters, Tax Collector... cupational license fees, which have
balanced. Each board has spent day, September 8, at 7 p.m., in the commissioners will consider a
week of September 7-11 for the purpose Ms. Pierce,deputy clerk in remained constant at$15 for several
of finalizing budgets for their hours working on the budgets, and school administrative offices on N. boating ordinance that has to do with Gladys .
the tax collector's office, addressedthe years.
respective areas of concern. may not welcome last minute Temple AveBradford establishing no-wake. areas on Santa commission, with a law book in The commissioners agreed the fee
Lake. _,
The public is urged to attend one changes without good reason. County Commissioners Fe hand, to the proposed ordinance is out of line with other counties, but
Bradford County School Board has will meet Wednesday, September 9, The City of Starke will hold a say
or more of the meetings, to learn requires changes. decided taxes have been increased
how the public's money will be spentin proposed an operating budget of at 8 p.m., in the courthouse. They public hearing Thursday: Mrs. Pierce told commissioners enough for this time.
FY 1987-88, and voice an opinion $13.65 million to fund public educa- will discuss the proposed $5.96 September: 9, at 7:30 p.m.

I Planning Under Way for New Developmental Kindergarten Program .

A developmental kindergartenpilot and have visited schools which have students chosen. custodial employees, and ones nueafor such problems) exist In lowering the'
program to be run at Starke developmental kindergartens, suchas Board Member Evelyn Chastain Salary Hassle... this school year under a new non-Instructional salaries for new
and Southside Elementary Schools in Clay County. asked if the children would be Despite a lengthy and lively schedule. employees.The tame problem could
starting in the 1988-89 term was approved "The folks over there(Green Cove grouped by ability. No, said Ms. discussion the school board remained A custodian with 16 years ex- prevent a current teacher aide from
Monday night Aug. 17, by Springs) are very happy with the Winkler, they would be grouped undecided on how much addi- perience earns $13.043 per year. A moving to secretary."We .
the Bradford School Board. program" Ms. Winkler told the developmentally. It has nothing to tional salary should be paid a bead current head custodian with 16 years told the employees there is no
Need for the program arises school board. do with ability or IQ. custodian as opposed to a regular experience earns $15,464. incentive to move," said McLeod.
because tome children are not The school board gave the go- Former K teacher Mary Agnes custodlaa The discussion ensued when SE "That must not be right because
developmentally ready for a regular ahead for Ms. Winkler and her com- Ferguson pointed out a child might The board approved salary ranges Principal Wayne McLeod pointedout ember have moved," said Board
kindergarten class, explained Cur- mittee to develop a curricula for the have to remain in kindergarten for for food service workers and school neither of his custodians already Evelyn Chastain.
riculum Coordinator Berney program this year, and to make two years. Ms. Winkler said that if a bus drivers after being assured hired could take the head
Winkler. Developmental readiness plans to implement the program child "blossomed" he/she could be those salaries fall In the middle of custodian' Job because they would The transition Is tough,said Chair
does not necessarily coincide with a next year. moved to a regular kindergarten. the range of surrounding school lose money under the new salary man Rodney Hall, but current
child's age or ability. Current plans are to have one Members of the developmental districts, but tabled. the .custodian schedule. McLeod had to go outsidethe salaries were protected In makingthe
Such students would benefit from developmental kindergarten at each. kindergarten committee are Ms. issue. system and hire a custodian with new N-I salary schedule. It does
special attention given in a SS and SE. Board Member Len Winkler, Carolyn Folsom, Eugenia Administrator Dewey McKinneyhad less experience to be head custo- stop some movement. Hall said.
developmental kindergarten, explained Schlofman asked if there would be Whitehead, Mary Agnes Ferguson, studied the program and recom- dian. SE! now has two custodians "
M*. Winkler. She pointed out room. SE Principal Wayne McLeod Terry hey Denise Adams Shirley mended a $2,800 per year increase. with more experience and higher Supt Jim Duncan doubts there Is
that Bradford personnel have been replied, yes, that one of the currentK Bagwell, Monterey Wasdin, Joe The problem arises because of two salaries than the head custodian. any other situation as closely relatedas
planning the program for two years, classrooms, could be used for the Watson, and Lynn Marshall. alary schedules, one for current Board members explained that custodian and bead custodian.

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-CW Band o'ttli- I; : Meeting for Drug Free Schools

The Band use Is ten times ment" stressed Denton. relations brochure, establish an concensus'of those attending. By the
High School will In the schools than According to Denton it Is not easy education and referral policy review time a user reaches high school, it Is
tonight ( ( Deputy Sheriff to make a case aginst a drug dealer. committee to recommend policiesfor a referral problem, said Deputy
band Thursday that the problem An undercover agent must make a implementation by the School Denton.
room. than other drugs. Board..
Parents and
invited totally different Undercover agents are not easy to An additional committee was proposed "There are several courses being
to One is to pre- put in the field. They must be wired by Rev. Jerry Patton pastorof taught in the schools now that have"a
Gator : from becoming for sound and carry tape recorders the First Presbyterian Church of drug education component built in,
are going to try to and are at some risk. Jail inmates Starke to explore ways to have an said Burney Winkler director of
First meeting of have a much big- working for an early release are the impact on the people of the com curriculum for the Bradford school
Starke Gator best source. They cannot be munity. "A 'Just Say No' week Is a system. Life Management Skills is
set tonight( recognized as an agent and their good start but we have to have a taught to all 9th graders.Health Objectives
the Starke Golf& the problem In identity cannot be disclosed.The positive outlet a program where is taught to all grades K-12,
Sam Kouvaris three meetings. No minimums required by the students can say 'yes'," said Rev. Winkler pointed out. In addition,
WJXT TV ( program will do. A funding agencies are to form an ad- Patton. other courses including drug education
ville is the guest necessary it will visory council organize a "Just Say Drug education should start at the components are biology driver
Social hour: : a deep committ- No" week In May develop a public elementary school level was the education home economics ROTC.
dish dinner and

New KII members Art New Cable Company Member Tells Board I

The 10th annual -
Lakes Art Show it would cost up- records of litigation available to Mosley told him it was only 1200. the project.
this Saturday install a stove hood judges regardless of where they are
a.m. at the city Reddish said he presiding. Plans are Ms.Sabis said Received a plaque from the Fair Went ahead with the closing of an
Keystone Heights.The takes exception to to have the court systems in all 67 Association for the commission'shelp unused road In Santa Fe Shores on
show will By his Inter- counties on the system. with the county fair. Little Lake Santa Fe after being
a.m. to 5 p.m. ,a stove hood is assured by county attorney Reggie
be in attendance. the state fire code, In other action the commission: Was told by Commissioner Joe Flynn that each party has access to
Riddick that 175 families live in his property. Flynn had met with attorneys
Meals for told the commis- Was told the September meeting Seminole Ridge and "no one down Dudley Hardy and Paul
Bradford is pushed the is set for Sept. 14. The first Monday there pays under $200 in property Newell of Keystone Heights on the
age and older be proven.Joshing the board's usual meeting day is taxes.' Riddick is pushing the paving problem.When .
receive a meal at the jail belongs to Labor Day.Agreed of the road in Seminole Ridge, the access questions came
Suwannee River goes wrong" and had been challenged that not commissioners were worried
(SREC) at 134 E. agreed that to a 60-day extension of enough people live there to justify they had acted too hastily.
Starke. to put off the mat- time from Oct. 1 to December 1,for
SREC the North Central Florida Regional
serves a
balanced meal jail is in good Planning Council to complete its
Reddish. revision of the county comprehensive -
Friday information except, call land use plan.Commissioner ae Settlement !Hbme> Jnc.
... Maxie Carter asked
Art to "What choice is there?"
join a net-
"Personalized Cave for the Elderly"A
electronic court
The Starke in the Eighth Was visited by State Rep. Chance State Licensed ACLF
scheduled for when the program Irving R-Orange Park.
ferson Street
Ramona M.Sabis
Center of Santa administrator for Replaced, after attending the
lege. Last Acre ceremony for the county
Applications are install the com- soil survey the $1,200 cut from the (1904.473.2881')
cepted for artist Ms. Sabis said Soil Conservation Service back into Nancy Miller 679O Gilda Court
for artist county. But the the county budget.Clerk Brown was Owner/Admfrtrstrato Keystone Heights. Florida.32058
Entertainment to agree to main- alarmed until Chairman Lawrence
available now. system and to pay -
For information
lines connecting
Clark Carol

Center Gainesville at 9645382.or call will circuit.make court HEARING ON PROPOSED USE

Square OF

Plus Level
the Kingsley Lake
from 8-10 p.m.,
caller. For

call 964-7965. of 7,500 sq. feet. Bradford County-Board of County Commissionersof

Child Do you know Find.a recommended large tract in the the Starke, Florida will hold a public hearing at the Brad- [
unchanged now
dicap Child? Find is for mobile home ford County Courthouse, 945 North Temple Avenue,
Florida Diagnostic Day.'r" that class is

Resources lends support System council homes only.to leave She Room No. 129 at 8:00: p.m. on Tuesday; September 9,

in tional a six student county reclassification in the area un- 1987, for the purpose of obtaining written' and oral

and Baker Union Flakier ; procedure in the is quite land comment from the public on the proposed use of I

identification One function of of the recom Federal Revenue Sharing Funds in the upcoming
a motion by coun-
dicapped the location of who chairs the Budget for the Fiscal Year of 198788.All .
for the
city coun-
between birth and
who may have a
and are not ... '
Some tions may areas be of the council interested citizens' groups, senior citizens and

or hearing physical vision zoning Sept. 30 board, and senior citizens organizations are encouraged to attend
to either recruit
be II handicapped you know of re-appoint Claire the hearing. Persons attending the hearing shall have
FDLRS/C 'fd Alvarez and Julius
in Putnam the right to provide written and oral comments and sug-
FDLRS/Child is also faced with
Boetwick.FL members. Attorney for the gestions regarding possible uses of Federal Revenue

Humane The Bradford and the board council of that ad- Sharing Funds. Contact Esther ,B. Ellerson at 964-6280,

meets month the at 7:30 first p. be two made separate up of the en- Ext. 250, to be placed on the agenda.The .

Presbyterian hospital. as currently is

no action on nam-
New members either of the two following is important planning information for

Call-In the Proposed Use Hearing: _

assist A morning senior Amount of Fund Balance Federal Revenue Sharing

is offered by the Teams
Department, $41,290.00
Jimmy Bowen.To games,food,
become according to
gram a citizen is Gilbert Brown Esther B. Ellerson
with the Police Contact Ed
call in before 10 and Charles Clerk to the Board County Finance Director
After 10 a.m. the for more informa
check on those
not called in. If -- -
a police officer
Chief Bowen

that Labor the service Day. GEORGE I

Monday Governmental Sept. 7 INSURANCEComplete

fices and banks Insurance Service /
Some stores will YOUR ndependenl
certain call Insurance
or look for hours ff AGENT
in this edition of CMVI* vbu fimv ;
Upcoming. I WELCOME
The following

quired public HOME
Administration budget 7 p.m.. resenting These Fine Companies: BUSINESS

Brooker : -
Bradford\,; ) 'J
p.m., Wednesday I
on thouse.budget Items: : w.

disposal boat waKe 964-7826 I

Public j

Thursday p.m.; Hampton.Sept. B'J 986 NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE 1 j jUFI&CA8ULTY

7:30.Bradford: : STARKE, FLORIDA- 32091 0: ,Ii I

9:30 a.m. i,
Regular meeting.
in Sept. Is Labor


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September 7,1987 TELEGRAPH Page3A

Board Inspects New -'

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School ConstructionSeveral

Science Lab...
school construction pro At the High School, a new science t"', te
jects totaling over $250,000 started lab, with state of the art
this summer are nearing completionjust and remodeling of the agriculture i ..r
as the new school year begins. wing at the Vo-Tech Center into four 4a W m '
School board architect Spiros new classrooms, including a small .m ,',,
Drives led a walking tour of the room for art classes,had a price tag ?
facilities Wednesday evening of alone for the n r
$140,000. Equipment ,
August 26, for the five boardmembers lab was $33,000.Middle \ 'w. a J4 '. ? ,Sd iq
and Superintendent Jim !
.Duncan. : 1 I f dl ,7lyyp MIw

School Projects...
New Paving..,
Rooftop air conditioners have
Three paving projects have been been installed at Bradford Middle
completed,at a cost of some$52,000. School, taking it off the old,
Contractor for this job was Holton inefficient round house cooling
Construction Co. of Gainesville. system.
At Southside Elementary,a new 41 Four units now provide the total
car parking lot on the southeast corner cooling at the school via a ducted
of the school grounds will take system for each classroom.Two Wait'll You See the Field House Parking Lot...
cars off Stansbury Street. At Starke units are installed at the gym.. Lawtey Correctional Inmates also have worked on the school this
the back drive Tornado fans can walk on pavement and sidewalks when they get to the sytem
was This takes the whole complex off of
repaved and new has been Bradford football ticket booth area by the BHS gym and field house this summer. Inmate labor saved the school system some 140.000, says Supt.
paving the round house, which has never Jim Duncan.
added the north side of the Friday night at the football Jamboree.No .
been satisfactory. The round houseis Inmates reroofed a wing at SE,painted rooms at BMS.built two -
more slogging through a mud hole to get Into the football field. portables
grounds, along SR-16. At the BHS air to the Vo-Tech .
now providing at 88 this year.
gym, new paving has eliminated the Coach David Hurie has also added some additional sidewalks to take up
complex blank this week U'. been a needed project since the field house
mud hole the south side spaces
on along Inmates from New River Annex, where School Board Member James
Adkins Street, over' to the field Made... was built In 1967. T. (Cobby) Wainwrlghl superintendent, did the landscaping work
The of $52,000 which lot at
house. paving was part a project saw a new parking
"Appearances may not show the Southside Elementary and some new paving and repaving at Starke around the field house. Project coordinator was Lt. John Akers. Squadsupervisors
progress we have made, but the Elementary were J.C. Grlffls and Larry Holton.
New Portables Added...
has tremendousbenefits
money spent given
Four new portable classroomswere to the school system," says The major essential remodelingwork decided," says Duncan, "but some to the Vo-Tech Center last year. provide adequate facilities for the I
added, two each, at both Superintendent Duncan. "A small remains in the project such as needs are fairly evident. Two more classrooms will be expanding needs of the exceptional
Southside and Starke Elementary.Three amount of money has gone a long relighting, accoustical treatment, aBound needed at Lawtey, because the students," Duncan Said. Two approaches
of them were constructed by way." system, a new heating and Building No._ 1. at the Vo-Tech eighth grade will be kept there next are being considered. A.
inmate labor, at a cost of $15,000 air-conditioning system, and some Center is 20 years old,-and needs a year. decision whether to go to a central
each, the fourth was contracted at a Auditorium Renovation... carpeting. new roof. The heavy equipment lab location or to improve facilities at
cost of over$25,000, but penalty fora Renovation of the 34 old Is to be reworked and converted to individual schools will be made
year Most Needed...
time overrun reduced the cost to Bradford High School auditorium is Looking Ahead... an agriculture complex. The soon.
$21,000. getting under way this week. "A full project list has not yet beenHampton AsriculturefDepartment was moved "The greatest need we have is to

Contractor for the$452,000 rework-
Adm. Wing at SE... ing is Robert Kelly Construction Co.
At Starke Elementary, a new administration of Gainesville. Kelly is a 1956 Voters Go to Polls Tuesday .
wing has been added, graduate of BHS and is the son of
and the existing space remodeled,at long-time Tax Collector J. R. Kelly -
a cost of $103,000. Kelly was originally the low bidder Wilma McDaniels' term expires, resident of Hampton, with a"Hampton Water Dept. Grant...?
The 1,700 square foot addition at$489,000, but the bid was some by Joe Cissy but she is not running for re-election. address. The City Council has commissioned I
more than doubles the administrative $36,000 above available funds. The BCT Staff Writer The third vacancy was made by the grants coordinator Linda Day to ,
space. It contains offices school board has a $400,000 state Election day in the City of Hampton resignation of Vernon Forsythe,who Legal action has not been in- explore the possibility of obtaining a I
for the principal, assistant Department of Education grant with is Tuesday,September 8. resigned for reasons of health. itiated, however, and City Attorney grant next year for extending water I
principal, guidance counselor, which to do the remodeling and will Reggie Flynn considers it a matterto mains to the Hampton Villas.
secretary, and a teacher's lounge. make up the remainder of the cost Six candidates have qualified for Residency Question... Be litigated by the complaintant, City Clerk Gordon Wadsworthsays I
There is also a large classroom out of its current operating funds. the three vacancies on the city coun- not the city of Hampton. "We have two chances of getting
which was to be a computer room Deleted from the project was: an cil. They Are: John Allen, the only Candidate Frank Bryant has ques- a grant slim and none. U we
incumbent seeking re-election; tioned the legal residence of Dorothy Otherwise, the campaign has been wanted to
but which is being used now for equipment maintenance room, exterior were in Gainesville and
Frank Ida Creighton, John Mitzel, who is said to be living on quiet, with no hard campaigning by
special education.SE painting, dressing rooms on Bryant build a park or a tennis court we I
previously had the smallest administrative the stage, and some stage lighting Evans, Dorothy Mitzel, and James Hampton Lake,not in the city limits. any of the candidates. would have a chance." I
Mitzel claims to be
Mrs. legally a ,
school. Mitzel.
space of any which was optional.

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by Joe GAssy Is on the defensive line," the coach terlachen. October 15 North Marion LABOR DAB r ''St

BCT Staff Writer said. Keith Lindsey holds some promise comes to 1&rkeWednesday: ,Oct.21. ..
as a linebacker; other positionsare Keystone Heights will play in
The Junior Varsity football squad
will take the field against Lake still to be filled. Starke. The season will end in Mac-

Butler, at home on Thursday night, The junior varsity schedule has an clenny Thursday, Oct. 29, as the
September 10, at 7 p.m. to start a open date September 17, after the Junior Varsity. meets arch rival
7-game schedule for the season. Lake Butler opening game on Baker County.All ..
coaching staff, Head'Coach September'10.*Seeptember'24 west games have a scheduled star ckalp how '
Chester Simpson, and his two Nassau will play here. October 1 St. ting time of 7 p.m., except in Mac-
assistants, Brett Purdy and Jeff Augustine will visit Starke. October denny, which Is scheduled for 7:30: u flllYIR
8 the Junior Tornadoes will visit In- p.m.
Zuraff, are expecting great things
from their squad this year. 1'e' BACARDI
Terry Berry will be the starting Commissary Food Store ;; "ff y, PUERTO RICAN
quarterback for the junior Tor- N _
nadoes, with Clyde DeSue as SR 225 at US 301 Lawtey 782-3017 rumAMBER
fullback and tailbacks Termall Food VisaMasterChargeW.I.C.Top .
Jones and Alfonso Jones. "This We Accept Stamps & mirnt1 *
backfield has good size and i AND

quickness," says coach Simpson, Round. $1.99 -. SILVERy
they are the starters for sure." UsVODKA 1.757LiTER
Hamburger. $1.39 Ib f RDA

brother Terry of Berry John Berry is the, quarterbackfor younger Pork Chop Centers .$1.99 Ib cI 1.75 LITER c _
the Fighting Tornadoes this Bar-B-Q Ribs .3 down $1.89 Ib o a 59 2 01.FLEISCHMANNS w-s

year. Slab Bacon $1.49 Ib ; J POIAIOAIUIp
Roland Schaefer, weighing in at a- 1,
235, is a starter at offensive guard. T-Bones. $1.89 Ib s
Most of the other positions are still
up for grabs. Rib Eye 790 each

There are about 60 candidates try- Eggs . $1.99 flat
ing out for the junior varsity squadbut Budweiser-12 pac/cans $5.99 + tax
that number will be reduced to
about 45 in the next week or so. Coca Cola or Pepsi Cola

The defense is young and inexperienced 16 oz.6 pk.$1.99 + Dep & Tax GIN LORD 'aCALyER'T
"Any experience we have

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I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 9th day of September, 1987, at 8:00 P.M., the 59201. 1LLISLMANR s IORD

County Commissioners of Starke, Florida, In regular session to be held at the board 1188 !5

meeting room, at the Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, Florida,will hold a public

hearing on the proposed enactment of an ordinance and resolution establishing a

countywide special assessment for purposes of landfill solid-waste disposal.The -s_.

substance of the contemplated ordinance Is the assessment of an annual fee upon ..r.i.'>Y/f{ _" air

the owners of Improved real property In Bradford County, Florida. The proposed fee >: : .

1 schedule contemplated Is as follows: .'cum 11L

CLASS I Single family residence $ 75.00 annually ,'} IBWU1

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CLASS II. Multi-family residences :' r 1f. BOURBON
residential unit $ 75.00 annually :
per ;. 1.75 LITER i/ 1.75 LITER
1a,7os J IM$ a9.ta.

CLASS HI General A 5C.I):; : 1199
(other improved parcels ... 1899 ,'!
.. ,. ..1
generating less than ,',.,.. -'"- "
5 cubic yards of solid '.., .,= m:".., ..I..... ,'J.Lo.:- !.,.....'.:;i'r.r. ': _J JU

waste per week) $150.00 annually \",: _

General ..
((5-10 cubic yards per

week) $300.00 annually

General C waas

(more than 10 cubic yards BEER RO4U

per week) $600.00 a annuallyAll FROM MILLER

and be heard with respect thereto. 12 oz. CANS CALIFORNIA
Interested parties may appear at said meeting TABLE WINESiJ

Dated this 3rd day of September, 1987. :

Board of County Commissioners, Bradford County, Florida. "l 499 I.IR49 #

Gilbert S. Brown/Clerk )

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etUTORiALS) Memory. of The Tramp Printer

-"Ca.: He was a Necessary Evil in Old-Time PrintshopFor
the past 50 years that strange word exclusively. The fact that both words cylinder turning over and over under his
were found in the dictionary proved made his booze-befogged head even
member of the human race once known as nose,
Cemetery Vandals SubjectTo the tramp printer has been as extinct as nothing to them except that even Noah ,more dizzy; and feeding paper Into the
the legendary dodo bird, and those who are Webster could be wrong. press with one hand while holding onto the
Prison Terms and FinesOf old enough to remember him will not Rev. P. W. Corr an early Baptist I lever with the other, to keep from falling
mourn his passing. minister who made it, a habit to start aIM into the gears, was too dangerous an occupation -
even for a printer. So he
Back in the days before computers took usually claimed to be a "two-thirder", a
over the task of typesetting in newspaper "" .- status not well defined, but very conve-
all the words contained In the dic- from its base was that of John Charles plants! many hard-pressed editors of the nient for shirking certain undesirable Jobs.
Richardone of the builders of hand-set-type age had to depend on the
tionary, there is none uglier or more early
Starke who also organized local here-today, gone-tomorrow tramp to get the Job few weeks or
revolting than the word "vandalism". a the out, even though it might be a Having stayed on a
This is especially true when applied to militia to fight in the Civil War served'in four-page paper, once a week publication.But perhaps months, the tramp would get Itchy
feet and to the next town that hada
move on
the destruction of property belonging to the State Legislature, and was a
the general cussedness and ornery print shop or a newspaper. Having terminated -
schools, churches, and the hallowed delegate to Florida's 1885 Constitutional habits of the tramp printer compelled a Job and received his pay, whichhe
ground of cemeteries. Convention. Toppling over his massive publishers of those days to install always complained was too little the
grave marker is a sorry way to show appreciation mechanical type-setting machines as soon tramp would get a clean shave and
It is understandable how a person for his part in the early as they were invented and placed on the perhaps a haircut to last him until his next
could become so hungry he would steal of Starke and Bradford market. ,a#! Job. From the length of the bristles on his
food for himself or family. But to development The typographical tramp could alwaysbe chin you could Judge just how long he'd

deliberately destroy property of others County. told from pencil venders, piano tuners, been between jobs.In .

for the sake of destruction alone is umbrella menders and other wandering
Willies of that bygone era, by his Jerky applying for work, it was a matter of
beyond style of walking. This resulted, naturally complete indifference to him whether he
Florida's statute on "criminal from his standing before a type case and was employed or not. If no work was to be
mischief" the maximum penalty for a swinging his right arm like a fiddler crab had, he would touch the weary editor for
is five in and/or a while the left arm, holding the"stick" Into two-bits, each of the other printers for a
felony years prison,
which he placed the type, was held close to dime, and the shop "devil' for a nickel,
fine up to $10,000. That's a pretty high his side. swipe a bundle of old papers to sleep on in
risk for a few "kicks" arising from a S -. I I an emergency and go on his way rejoic
few too of beer. The odor emanating from him ing.
many combination of stale tobacco The Tramp Printer
The vandalizing of the old section of printers ink, gasoline used to wash Yet, with all his many faults, the tramp
Crosby Lake Cemetery during last type, the absence of soap, and fumes newspaper in every town where he printer was of much use and frequently
weekend the third such desecrationto a bottle of Old Crow he kept hidden a church, was a very pious fellow, welcomed by harried publishers with open
was the type case. small papers in Hampton and arms. Many small papers in those days
take place in Bradford County this hand slow work ,as well as many other towns in this could not have existed but for his cheap
Setting type by was ,
year. Earlier in the spring Santa Fe the tramp had plenty of time to think But even he had to discharge a work. And traveling around picking up
Cemetery near Hampton Lake and Sapp reflect on the material he was printer once on the ground that the new ideas and methods of printing which
Cemetery near Raiford were both van- Spelling out contradictory political a religious fanatic and impossi- he generously passed on, he added;; to the
mixed get along with. Among other faults, knowledge of the craft. ,
dalized with approximately 50 to 70 ticles, temperance sermons
to correct
stones toppled and many of them quor ads,scientific from notes,crossroads and country in on the proofs. "Let us not try errors to be What finally became of the tramp

broken beyond repair. Most cemeteriesin respondence caused every in his ," he admonished. "If we do, we'll printer, what caused his tribe to dwindle
county a cumurring
the county are owned and managedby and warped his Judgment like a to believe we are perfect, sure and then peter out entirely, will never be
,and thus become proud-and pride known. Perhaps his rugged individualismwas
church-connected associations. In kscrew. All this, together with
of to the colorless -
incapable conforming
of_the seven deadly sins, you know.
and the trials of the
the case of Crosby Lake Cemetery, printing routine of the machine age.Perhapshis
three Starke churches, First Baptist aWP made him as cranky and cross as a tramp printer's Idea of heaven was unwashed presence was too out of keep-
headed bear.
Madison Street Baptist and First United foggy, but his conception of ing with the orderly interior of the modern :
Methodist Church are operating the He was usually pretty good at was very clear. It was a place print shop. Or perhaps the new era of efficiency '
grammar, and punctuation, but the all the news copy to be set was simply left him no dark corners In '
cemetery under a state-chartered "formally" and "formerly" were a of temperance articles,set in small which to hide his bottle of Old Crow. i:
association offering perpetual care to in his side and had birth to
given narrow columns and paid for at Whatever the cause, the tramp printer is !
owners of lots. schools of thought among tramp a thousand.
some day come across
One school of these Perhaps
No amount of care, however, can protect only and the recognized other school one used. the. tramp seldom claimed to be an all- him, properly labeled and fittingly preseved -
the cemetery from the action of printer for if he did he might be in alcohol income. thoughtful museum. I

vandals, intent on destruction of property -

and the desecration of graves. After .. .

the latest weekend vandalizing, beer .

cans were found "all over the place", e .1 1
Bradford Plans
according to a deputy from the sheriff's ;, Shape Up

office, who visited the site. One was

carefully placed in an upright position Cities and towns all over ORD C & public figure, combined choral i
atop a grave. will unite In a nationwide th9" groups from various churches and !'

., .. party on September 17 to ; schools directed by Don Hard, a
Thanks to the cooperation of Supt. --- -- the 200th anniversary of the AI dramatized "Fanfare for on- 1

James Wainwright who dispatched a Broken Stones on Griffis Lot Constitution- the oldest stitution", featuring portrayals of

crew of men from the New River Cor- document of its kind in the world.Starke the leading figures of the
rectional Institution the 50-plus stones The people of Bradford County who j ConventionGeorge Washington, I
revolted the senseless behaviorof I James Madison and Benjamin
are by and Bradford County 1f1
that had been were re-
toppled over
Franklin. The program will end wjth
a few thoughtless individuals are ask- join in this mammoth ,
erected and back in place by 1:30: Mon- an aerial fireworks display ,
Day celebration
ed to be ever on the alert for such activities on September
day afternoon. However, those broken with a spectacular program at
beyond repair are still lying on the and report them as soon as BHS stadium, involving :/ Jim Duncan, Superintendent of '
observed. The sheriff's office and the
churches, civic Public Instruction, has announcedthat
ground. State Attorney's office would like to military units, youth groups, and School Constitution Day will be
One of the large monuments toppled know. dividuals with a common goal- uTfON' \! held Wednesday, Sept. 18, when
show their appreciation of the students of all schools will listen to
ment that guarantees T-Shirt Design President Reagan's address at 1

freedoms and rights, and to the colors by three or more p.m.
County Commissioners the patriots who wrote it. color guard units, 50 Girl '
each presenting a star Bradford County Republican
The Bradford County Bi-Con Committee is supplying reprints of a
each of the 50 states ;
Buried in Landfill ProblemsCounty mission has announced the Constitution, the BHS 16-page newspaper magazine on
plans for the local celebration leading the assembly in the "Celebrating Our Constitution" for
will include an opening Anthem,Skydiving show, a distribution to all school students in
salute (cannon firing), address by a well-known the. county. I I'

commissioners are faced witha cooperate. Putting the situation in !

monumental task of funding solid perspective Commission Chairman ..

waste disposal that may put each of Mosley then asked, "How are you going ask'C

them at political risk in coming elections to the explain voters?your lack of cooperation to Forestry in CountyBy Aging Populations

unless county residents unders- Will Pose ProblemsFor

tand the impossibility of their situation, Small CountiesThe
and realize Commissioner Maxie Carter, Jr., ad- David W.Norton The stumps are very heavy
the commissioners doing
are dressing Mrs. Pierce, said, "If looks Bradford County Forester collection of chemicals that are number of Floridians over age 75 is'
i the best job possible under trying like you have us between a rock and a Anyone who has spent any time in the heart and knots of old pines. expected to double by the year 2000, caus-
circumstances.The hard place." woods or fields of Florida probably chemicals-jampacked into the ing an added strain on the resources of
that the splinters often feel hospitals, homes
nursing and other special
stumbled across the and
Regardless of the cooperation or lack stumps
commissioners cannot raise and old pine trees. to the touchthis is what makes services unless the State prepares in time
of it by constitutional officers, the com- These so valuable today.Now before to meet their needs.
collect taxes by themselves. Constitu- stumps are the remains of
missioners are between a "rock and a forest removed by rushing over to Hercules, you ..
tional county office holders, all hard place." They deserve our cooperation long ago. They have many uses know that not all pine stumps have Bradford County's projected growth in'
of the volun-
employees county In fact, most pine stumps have NO
that bracket Is 62
age increaseof
and understanding for tackling a some as new as today and others as persons an
tarily offer their good offices in the mankind's knowledge of fire itself. It takes sometimes 35 to 50 years 52.5 percent. Neighboring Clay County,
cause, wherever needed. To do otherwise tough assignment. The stumps and wood were a pine will even begin to produce a faster growing area, is expected to see
will surely put each of them at "lightwood"pronounced 'lightard' Today not many pine trees reach an increase of 152 percent, with 4,815 more
to produce resins, and so there is
risk also. nearly everyonesupplied kindling 75-year-olds by the end of this century.The
political start many a pioneer's home quantities of these special projected figure for Union County was only

fireplace.The remaining." 22 more persons, a decrease of 9.1 percent.
only of Property Appraiser has Sapp Cemetery origin of the name lightwood large bulldozers, stumps are
the complete set of property owner not be documented, but you can be from the ground and trucked or Smaller counties of the State will have
records in the county, which includes has nothing to do with the weight of shipped to processing plants. trouble providing services such as

names, addresses, description of property Also Vandalized chipped into bits and run through transportation, in-home care,housing,and
and the valuation. The office also tanks, the wood gives up its mental health counseling for their increas-
-. .-.. Letters: the solvents. The spent chips may ing number of elderly citizens, according
has computerized equipment for mailing Raiford I 'fir: as fuel to generate heat for the ex- to Margaret Lynn Duggar program director -
the necessary notices. Sapp Cemetery Association at I operations of the Office of Aging and Adult Ser-
the work of vandals
recently experienced are three primary products pro vices with HRS. The larger urban areas
that at Lake
Alvarez similar to perpetrated Crosby the old stumpsresin, turpen- already have services available and can
Property Appraiser Jimmy last weekend.In .
Cemetery Time to Ask
services of his officeto Questions pine oil. expand existing programs, she said.
quickly offered the a letter to the membership, Ramona About Financing is a component of phonograph
the commissioners, and has supervised Sweat, a member of the Association's Landfill Operations floor covering,adhesives,asphalt While the number of people 85 and over
two employees in locating mobile board, reported: "Late in the spring, van- Editor, The turpentine goes into Is expected to increase dramatically In the
throughout the county which dals struck our beloved cemetery. In the Letter to solvents, oil additives, and next 13 years,those between 65 and 74 will
homes being taxed for mid-section of the oldest part of the and Citizens of Bradford County: The pine oil is used to make Increase only 23 percent from 1988 to 2000-
escaped ,
had heretofore cemetery they knocked down 77 Thanks for printing my last letter to cleaners, paints and var- slower than the state population as a
lack of records. Alvarez has agreedto I monuments, breaking some of them to Editor. I touched on future planning of whole.A .
include notices with tax statements I pieces. growth of Bradford County and our is Just a sample of the items that the
usually mailed in October. Laurels to for proper solid waste disposal. resin can produce. Other pro 43 percent increase is expected in
and his staff. "The newer and sturdier headstoneswere flavorings, soap, perfumes, Florida between 1986 and the year 2000 in I
Alvarez and landfills
Mr. knocked off their bases, but the older Garbage disposal are and approximately 800 other the number of people older than 65. That ,
has seem- ones, tall and thin, broke into two or more important to all of us, and our future. processed resin as an Ingre- population Is expected to grow from 2.2 I
The office of Tax Collector parts. The directors were able to get help as citizens have a responsibility to have The old stumps may still be a million In 1986 to 3.1 million by the end of :
ingly been reluctant to offer whole- from the nearby prison to set the unbrokenones put into the making of rules, to those who work the land, but the century.
hearted cooperation In making collec- back on their bases,and your associa- and budgets set up by our County and a storehouse of chemicals we I

tions for the solid waste assessment pro- tion officers are in the process of gettingan governmental. Without them production of .
I -
I believe the following questions the most Democratic -
experienced marble worker to cement common everyday Committee
week In a very importantHall sent a the unbroken stones to their bases. We answers before assessments are : be very expensive and very likely. To Meet Sept. 14

Tax regret that we cannot repair the broken I 1. Landfill operation estimate .to buy. To Appoint DelegatesThe I
stand-in,.albeit a very capable one to stones. $450,000; revenue estimate Is $80 i
speak for her office. household; estimated revenue is $ ,
"We have also had complaints that How will the excess funds be used? questions.Ben Holtzendorf Chairman; Bradford County Democratic Ex-
ecutive Committee will Monday j
"Pierce for many floral pieces have been stolen from 2. What will meet
Mrs:"George speaking In recent months.Other cemeteries happen to the funds Bradford Republicans! Sept. 14 at 5:30 p.m. In the board room of i
graves budgeted for landfills?
Mrs. Hall, promised cooperation but SFCC Starke Center.
: in this area are having similar trouble. So '. Note: Mi. lloltzendorf has some ;
commissioners build additional found a solution to this 3. Shouldn't property taxes be I
if the has
only far no one pro- I II Some of the answers are In convention
to the state
accordance with funds not used in Delegates party's
blem. We do not have funds to hire a full- I
collector's In this edition of The
in the I, Telegraph
counter space Please be on the lookout for 2 above? In November will be appointed at this ;
'! time guard. the County Commission tentative- time. The convention will be held at the
office and furnish another employee. and if observed I
violations of this kind, : 4. Would cities and private a solid waste assessment fee Fontainbleau Center, Miami Beach, Fri-
notify the Sheriff' office,or the State At j (still have to pay a dumping fee? For more Information meet with day through Sunday, November 68. :I
l:ven a court suit would fail,said Mrs. torney." I II I do not have the answers to these at 8 p.m. Wednesday,

Pierce, toiling the commissioners they I tions. If you are concerned and do when on it the holds new the budget first of, two which public in- Chairman Jeweile Brown asks that all j

cannot force the tax collector's? office to I ;know the answers, I suggest that you 1987-88 landfill costs.) members attend this Important meeting. 1

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September 3, 1987 TELEGRAPH PugeSA

lI Social Briefs i

I _Nf a Karen Chitty/ Honored at BrunchThe I S octal News

Officer's Club on Kingsley groom's mother were seated at this
Lake was the scene of a beautiful table. .
Weddings News
Births Club
Bridesmaid Brunch honoring Miss Of special Interest and beauty
Karen Joan Chitty last Saturday were the twelve floral arrangementsof Engagements Church News Social Events
morning, prior to her wedding to Dr. fresh mixed summer blossoms -- f'
John David Woody that evening. that were designed in each cup of an : '
Hostesses for the delightful event antique tea cup collection that End-of-Summer Party
were Mrs. George Roberts, Mrs. belongs to the bride's grandmother,
Drew Reddish, Mrs. Eldon Hardy, Mrs. Edmond D. Tenly, Sr. These Hosted by NormansAn
Mrs. Linda Johns, Mrs. James Red cups and saucers with their cMicate i end-of-summer party, hosted
dish and Mrs. George Winkler. arrangements were placed by Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Norman ofHwy.
The brunch was held in the throughout the dining area on each 16 East, was held last Saturday -
Upstairs Club Room overlooking of the seven brunch tables and also Aug. 29, and was enjoyed by a
scenic Kingsley Lake. The invited down the length of the honor table. large group of family and friends.A .
guests were greeted at the fish fry with all the trimmingswas
downstairs The head table was also centered
club entrance Mrs.
by the menu for the evening. Live
with of fresh
Hardy. Mrs. Roberts welcomed a long arrangement
country music was provided by up
summer blossoms with garlands of
everyone and pinned corsages on the
and entertainer
coming music ,
honoree, her mother, Mrs. James E. ferns trailing and connecting the tea Michael Maddox from Lake City.
Rogers, Jr.. the groom's mother and cup floral pieces.
Mr. Maddox large
played a varietyof
Mrs. George Roberts arranged all
grandmother, Mrs. Betty Jean
music, from bluegrass to popular
the floral pieces and tea piecesas '
Woody and Mrs. Marjorie Woody, cup also several
country music. He sang
and a special surprise for the honoree
Mrs. Ronald H. Woody.
and made the individual hand songs of his own.Woman's .
Inviting guests into the upstairs
club room was Mrs. James Reddish decorated floral place cards that : fr Club Begins
and serving juice appetizers was marked the seating arrangement for
Mrs. Winkler. Mrs. Drew Reddish the forty-five invited guests. Fall Meetings Soon

invited guests onto the balcony Following the brunch, the bride The Woman's Club of Starke
veranda for a get acquainted social presented her attendants and begins its fall luncheons and
period prior to serving brunch. members of the wedding party with meetings September 9 with a 12 noon
personal gifts as mementos of her --- r
The all-glass window wall of the
followed the
wedding.The Pamela Elaln. H. .. luncheon, by regular
club room overlooking the lake servo r y and
monthly meeting program.
ed as a background for the head hostesses gave the bride the And Michael Wayne Starling Conservation is the program
serving creamer to her chosen china
honor table. The bride and her theme for the meeting with Mrs.
pattern as a memento of this special
bridesmaids and honor attendants, Horsey-Starling Myldred Cuttino Chairman,
along with her mother and the occasion. Set Wedding Sept. *6 isisted by Mrs. Enla Schaffer,Mrs.

joella Hardy, Mrs. Betty Warren,
x Mr. and Mrs. Dwight/ O. Hersey of Mrs. Lucy White, Mrs.Marty Barry
Chitty-Woody/ Dinner Party HonoreesDr. Lake Butler would like to announcethe Mrs. Margaret Jackson, Mrs. Mary
approaching marriage of their Covington, Mrs. Dorothy Brown
--- ..._ i--....-----.. --- daughter, Pamela Elaine, to Mrs. Betty Joe Siddens, and Mrs.
and Mrs. Ronald H. Woody of tables in the dining room were
Michael Wayne Starling, son of Rev. Ada Lee Roberson.
Mr.and Mrs.Michael Crockrell Hollywood were hosts at a dinner covered with white dinner cloths and Mrs. Charles Starling of
party honoring his son, Dr. John with small floral tea arrangements Lawtey.The Thank You
David Woody of Columbia, S.C., and placed down the length of each table, wedding is planned for 7 P.M.
HerseyCrockreWedding// his fiancee Miss Karen Joan Chittyof connected by garlands of spiri ferns. on Saturday Sept. 26 at Sardis Bap- The Cinderella Dreamglrl Beauty
wishes to thank the following
Starke, on Friday evening of last The honor table was centered with tist Church in Worthington Springs.A Pageant
week. an elongated table floral arrange- reception will follow the ceremonyat sponsors for helping the con-
The party was held at the Officer's ment of pompoms, miniature carnations the hall at the church. testants:
August 15 at Hope Baptist Club on Kingsley Lake immediately mums and roses and in- Pam fellowship is a graduate of Union Coun- Terwillegar Motors Daves WeldingCarl
Hursts'Exxon First Choice
following their wedding rehearsal at tersoersed with baby's breath and ty High School.
; the First Baptist Church. statis. 'three other long dinner Mike is a 1986 graduate of Brad- Pizza
Miss Robin Michele Hersey, The bride's table had a white satin The club: was decorated for the tables were arranged for family ford County High School and is now Orian Wells Chevy Bride's Choice
daughter of Doley and Mary Herseyof cloth edged with lace, centered by a event with arrangements of fresh members, out of town guests and wmployed at Gilman's Paper Co. in Griffis Boats Western Steer
Starke was united in marriage to three tiered wedding cake and three seasonal flowers in shades of pink, other members of the wedding party Maxville.No Crafts Salvage Granny's Kids
Michael Gary Crockrell, son of John layer adjoining cakes on each side, lavender, blue and white blossoms, Forty-two guests_ enjoyed this local invitaions are being sent. North Fla. E"glneerlnllBrad's
and Dot Crockrell. also of Starke, on connected by two ladders with a Interspersed with white baby's festive occasion with the honored All friends and relatives are invitedto Taxidermy
August 15 at Hope Baptist Church. figurine to match each attendantand breath_.and royal blue stalls. The couple. __ attend Especially to the Fla. Family Times
Rev. David Weyend united the usher, compliments of Linda Out of town guests attending in-
couple in matrimony before an altar Sullivan. The unch table was cluded: Dr. & Mrs. Roy Talley of
which was enhanced with various covered with a pink cloth with a Silver Anniversary Atlanta, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Coop- We will be at Mitchell's Drug Store on Call
candelabras. The candelabras were white lace overlay which accentedthe man and Karl Rogers of Gainesville,
accented with a large arrangementof flowing punch fountain. Open House Set Dr. Ron Woody of Charleston, Keith Street the FIRST THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH

silk flowers in rainbow colors For Mr. ft Mrs. WilliamsAn Burroughs of Callaway Gardens, from 9 a.m. until I 1 1:30: p.m. to better serve our
against a backdrop of greenery. The The groom's table was covered Mrs. Betty Jean Woody and Larry
double ring ceremony also includeda with a lavender cloth with a white open house honoring the Silver Holt of Ft. Lauderdale, Mrs. Mar- customers.
unity candle. Along with the lace overlay. A lovely lavender and 25th Anniversary of Margaret and jorie Woody of Pompano Beach,
candelabras burned a single candlein white centerpiece with small Edwin (PeeWee) Williams will be Mrs. William Gillette of Belleville,
memory of Harold Skeen III. lovebirds accented the blueberry given by their children on Sunday, IJI.. Brenda Woody of Tampa, Mr. &
Music was provided by soloists lovers cake. Cutting the cake was September 13. Mrs. Williard Wilson of Hollywood, Gainesville Hearing Aid Center
Miss Virginia Crawford and Lonnie Cheryl Douglass. The open house will be at the First Mrs. Lynn Barclay of
Broome. Mrs. Guy Caverly and Mrs. Guests were greeted at the door by Christian Church Fellowship Hall Mr. & Mrs. Randal CaW'ornlal 1003 NW 23rd Ave. Gainesville
Jessie Lee provided nuptial music. the bride's sister-in-law, Susan from 2-4 p.m.WelchConner. Jacksonville, Mr. & Mrs. Tony Neadof
Best .man was Jerry Crockrell, Hersey. St. Augustine and Miss Kris Han- 376-0095
with Robbie Caverly'; .Bo Hersey Serving! the. bride'S cake was cock of Decatur, Ga.:.Also attendingwere
!II '" Bttry>OttJeny larry'1'Saucer' and Vanessa Triest.and-Trade Clark. the bride's parents, Mr.. ,&Mrs. .' We service all makes and models of hearing oW. Also;we hove bat .
Wesley Thomas serving ushers. The bride's book was kept by Susan To Wed James E. Rogers, Jr. lories'available Homete.Mngbyappointmentonly.! "
Matron of Honor was Tammy Hersey. Assisting with serving was Saturday, Sept. 5
Caverly, sister of the bride, who was Tracy Rowan, Holly Hersey, Heidi
attired in a peach colored gown of Caverly and Brenda Jones. Special The wedding of Priscilla A. Welch
taffeta. thanks is expressed to Dora Broomefor daughter of Mr. and Mrs. DonaldWelch
of Brooker, and Randy D. Serving tNorth 301
Bride's attendants were Cindy making this such a joyful occa
dressed in mint Erika Conner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald oun try
Taylor, green, West to Lake Butler east
Gruen in lavender, Pam Hersey in sion.Following a wedding trip to Conner of Starke, will be an event of to Keystone & Melrose \DMcDonaldsAlllflatpr
pink Pam Taylor in blue and Vicki Sambel Island, the couple will residein Saturday,Sept. 5 at 7:30: p.m.at New north to Maxville south
Crockrell in rose. The attendants Starke. River Baptist Church of Brooker. arp et S to Hawthorne.
dresses were identical to the maid of The bride is a 1986 graduate of The bride-elect is a graduate of \ Creak
honor's. Their flowers were lacy Bradford High School and is Bradford High School and employedby otStarke
heart-shaped pillows, with their employed at Community State Western Steer. The groomelectis
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pearls and ribbons. The groom is a 1983 graduate of and is employed by DuPont.All : Mon-Sat 9-5
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Page SA TELEGRAPH September 3.198T

Parker-Bonwit Wed June 20 Baby i Beauty PageantSet
+ for Keystone SAVE 25% .
f .
r The Florida Cinderella Dreamgtrl HANes ALIVE1** HOSIERY .
Annette Charlene Parker ands) bride wore a lovely gown of white Beauty Pageants' next: North '.
Steven Leon Bonwit were united In satin with an embroidered lace fitted Florida pageant will be held in
marriage in an afternoon ceremonyon bodice trimmed with sequins Keystone on Sunday.Sept. 20 at the f ,
Saturday June 20. Rev. Richard from neckline to waist.She carried aeasegay Lion Club. It
A. Petry officiated at the ceremony of yarnations: and white Boys will also have their own
which was held at Perrlne Peters category with a winner and tIIreeIIo'IlJnJuPaget
United Methodist Church. roses with teal splashed coloring. nmnersmp. may
The bride is the daughter of The Maid of Honor and attendants enter. Every contfrtant receives a
Charles and Garnita Parker of were in Jade colored floor-length gift and certificate. t -, rot
Miami, and the granddaughter of gowns. They each carried nosegaysof Refreshments will be served. + y. ,
Mrs. Let e Parker of Jacksonvilleand heavy teal flowers touched withwjlite Contestants will compete for ":
the late Mr.and Mrs.L.S.Hutto. flowers and streamers. specially designed trophies, crowns ., ,
She is the niece of Mrs. Edna Well The sanctuary was beautifully and banners. There will be two '. .' .1 '
and Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave of decorated with baskets of summer overall winners, one in the baby: iA". --.Jt
Starke and Mrs. Jeannette Joyce of flowers. The spiral candelabras on category and one in the 4 and over t 4fl' ;';'; of!.,
Jacksonville. either side of the altar were entwined category. The baby overall winner ''ti'I fl'l"..",!'-.s:"
Parents of the groom are Robert in fern and roses. will receive a crown, beautiful : t
and Uene Bonwit. Grandparents are Following the wedding a lovely trophy banner and beautiful 36"
Irving and Eleanor Oseroff, all of reception was held in the church Mr.and Mrs.Steve Bwmtt clown dolL The older overall winner Stock up now through Sept. 12. Chaos from support stockings,
Miami. fellowship bail. The celebration was will win a Cinderella designed glass panty hose.Assorted colors and sizes. Special orders available.
I Maid of honor was Sheila Littlest held at the Redlands Golf and Country slipper trophy filled with coins A-F
Sheer Sandalfoot sizes $5.21Sheer
crown and banner. support
Bridal attendants were Cotle Club TcTHomeslead, where the
Clements, Perla Dallaga, Kim Gile. guests enjoyed eating and dancing to All winners will have their entry support Stockings, sizes S4.$4.13
and Cheryl McMahon. Flower girlwas the music provided by the bride's SpecialArrivals fees paid for the State pageant to beheld Sheer support reinforced toe nude heel pantyhose sizes A-F.$..21Leila's
Chrissy Robbins and Ring- brother, Scott, and his band. Immediately in Watt Disney World in June of
Bearer was Shawn Payne. following, the bride and 1988. Dress & Gifts
Best man was Byron Payne. groom left on their honeymoon in The Florida Cinderella Dreamgirl
Groomsmen were Scott Parker California. pageant is a licensed Beauty Bradford Square Shopping Center
brother of the bride, and Allan and The groom Is associated with his Pageant with low entry fees. The 964-5051
Mark Bonwit, brothers of the groom dad in accounting. He is also a well- Theodore Greenly. II enter call Ellen 9M44SZ days orCJris. Special orders
along with Michael McMahon. known magician In the Dade County Ted and Joy Greenly of Fayet- .96HIIOI1IigtJIs. Mon-Sat 9:30: 5:30:
Providing music was Mrs. John area.The bride is a registered nurse teville, N.C., proudly announce the --- -,
Redding at the organ. Special music at Coral Reef General Hospital in birth of a son. Theodore Franklin -
was provided by Mrs. Steven Martin Miami, having received her BS Greenly II,born August 19 in Fayet-
soloist. Degree in Nursing from the University teville, N.C. He is welcomed by
Given In marriage by her dad, the of Florida. sister Mandy May,one year old.
Maternal grandparents are Gem
Markham and the late Hershel A.
Doughman-Manning To Wed September 19 Markham of Gainesville.
Paternal grandparents are Ordy
Bonnie E. Doughman of Starke, Pine Grove Methodist Church in Greenly of Starke and the late
_ wishes to announce the engagementand Raiford.All Gerald A. Greenly.

approaching marriage of her friends and relatives of the Take SR 18 West from 3O1
daughter, Venus Marie, to Daniel couple are cordially invited to at- Christopher RegisterSteve FOREST
7. 4 milesfrom
Intersection Go
Ferrell of Alberteen I
Manning, son tend.Marie and Kathy Register of
and Ferrell Manning of Lawtey. and Danny are both 1986 Starke proudly announce the birth of HEIGHTS Starke to signs.
Marie is also the daughter of the late graduates of Bradford High School. a lOll, Christopher Stephen born CALL:
William M. Doughman of Starke. Marie is employed at Advanced August 26 in Gainesville.
The/ wedding ceremony will take Electronics and Danny is employedat Christopher weighed 8 IDS. 3 or. and SUBDIVISION (904) 475-1848
place Saturday,Sept. 19, at 7 p.m.at Camp Blanding. he is welcomed by sister. Jaime or
Lynn 3tt years old. LG.Beautiful Pines ,
Maternal grandparents are Mr. Paved Streets (912) 681-4516
Winkler-Jackson Given Open HouseAn and Mrs. James L. Locke of Starke .
and Mr.and Mrs.Doug Bell of Ponce .
open house was given August of Madison, Mr. and Mrs. Larry de Leon,Fla.Paternal .
15 honoring Clare Winkler and Welch and Mr. and Mrs. Kevin grandparents are Mr.
Rodney Jackson at the home of Burnett,all of Hilliard. and Mrs. L.B. Register. Jr. of a -
George and Gladys Pierce. Starke.
Miss Winkler and Mr. Jackson's
wedding will be an event of
September 19.
Hosts and hostesses for this occa-
sion were Mr and Mrs. Tom Casey,
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby, Sr.,
Mr. and Mrs. James Duncan, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Cissy, Mr. and Mrs. YEAR
Kenneth Grider, Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Lewis, Mr.and Mrs.Frank Mitchell
Mr. and Mrs. George Pierce, and'Miss
Della Rosenberg. TER JLEGARS END sALEImnml j
Greeting guests at the door were .
Mr. and Mrs. George Pierce Mr.
and Mrs. Leroy Jackson, and i Mr.
and Mrs. George Winkler, along
with the bride and groomtobe.The .
wedding couple was presentedwith
salt and pepper shakers and a
gravy boat In their chosen china pattern .- "
as a memento of the occasion. RANGER'S"
270 couples were
the open house bet-

ween Special the hours guests of included 7 and 9 p.m.Rodney'stwo (only 2 left)

grandmothers, Mrs. Lewis
Welch of Madison and Mrs. Hinton 1.9% or $700
Jackson of Starke. Out of town ?
guests Included Mrs. Mike Scanlan
cash, back

Mrs. Richard Warren

And Infant Son ,.

Given Baby ShowerMrs. $6995.

Richard Warren and infant
son, Master Richard Christopher 1987
Warren, were honored with a baby F-150
shower, Tuesday, Aug. 25 at the
home of Mrs. Dwayne Elder, 675 W. -
Madison St. (only 2 left)
Guests, greeted at the entry,plac- $8995
ed their names in a basket for door
prizes- ceramic bear with balloonto 300 E.F.I. (six cyl.) o
be given the baby and a ceramic

guest.A picture. frame to be kept by the 4 speed creeper, .

corsage was presented to the
honoree.The gift table was covered aux. fuel tank
with an ecru linen cloth and was
centered with a small white $500 cash back 1
candelabra, encircled with
greenery, yellow daisies, accented 1I 1
with baby toys and votive cups y? e
holding burning yellow candles.A I 1'I
mint green cloth with a white
hand-crocheted overlay covered the I
dining table, centered with a large
silk arrangement of ferns, yellow I
daisies, baby rattle and toy bear accents : '
along with burning yellow I. '
candles In votive cups. 1987 1.90/0 or $Sdo"GL"
Lime punch with lemon slices Tempo
mixed nuts and a cake decorateswith
a baby boy motif were served to cash back
the 20 guests. Sport<
Among the guests attending were
grandmothers, Mrs. ]1987 Taurus 2&4dr.
Larry and Mrs.John Warren $8995
and great-grandmother, Mrs. Viola (in stock units only)
Bryant. .
The game prize was won by Mrs. Wagon _
Jerry Wilson. Door prizes were o.

and received Cheryl by Scyender.Mrs. Dennis Burkhalter 6 Cyl., full size spare, tilt, Conversion

A stroller was presented to the AC aluminum
honoree and her son from the ,
hostesses,Mrs.Dwayne Elder,Mrs. wheels. -;:- Ready Chassis) -
Wilbur, Waters, Mrs. Leonard
Moore, Mrs. Ted Oglesby, Mrs. Ar- '
thur Johnson and Mrs. Harold Coir 1.90/0 or $500 0 (shell only)
ston.. Assisting with the babyshower

Waters.R and games were Deanna- cash back I-; V 302 auto O/drive.. locks. tilt|

cruise tanks.
J E 20th Class Reunion _

Set for S.pt5-'.7
$ $12.995
The 1967 graduating class of 13.495.
Robinson Jenkins Ellerson High
School will be holding its 20th Reu-
nion on Sept. S, 6, and 7.
The activities will begin Friday ,_ mnml :
night, Sept. 5, at 7:30 p.m. at Pitt- .
man's Bar-B-Que, with a get- .
acquainted night. Saturday night --
will begin at 8:30: p.m. with a buffet Motors i
dinner and party at Kelley's Night Terwillegar
LimIt. Sunday at 12 noon there will
be church and memorial services at<
Mt Calvary Baptist Church. 473-FORD
All alumni of R.J.E. and facultyare 964-7200 371-1096 388-FORD
cordially invited to all of these Keystone Hgts
activities as special guests of the Starke Gainesville Jacksonville
class of 1967. Let's remember Dear State Road 21 .
Old R.J.E.I W. Madison

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September 3,1987 TELEGRAPH PageTA

: Social Briefs Church News Vo-Tech Classes Beginning Soon

This school year the Bradford- In the area of community education -

Theresa Ricks Sullivan Honored Gospel Set Union Vo-Tech Evening Center Is of- the Vo-Tech Center offers
Showers Sing
Rev.. fering academic and vocational flower arranging cake decorating
authored several
Hughes has
For Saturday Night books which have become bestsellers courses according to Administrator computer education CPR/first aid

Theresa Ricks Sullivan the an arrangement of gnarled wood A Gospel SitC will be held at the across the nation. He has Charles Thomas. parenting and hunter safety amateur
August 22 bride of Rusty and Course offerings Include typing, radio communityban&
Sullivan greenery.The Independent Oath of God of ProSatuctia ministered at such places as Christ)
was honored with a shower on July wedding couple received bookkeeping, welding air-
phecy toe. Revival Center tie for the Nations Bible Institute, Ken-
??, given by the ladies of Hope Bap- many gifts to be used in the yard and night at 7:30 seth Hagtn's Tulsa Campmeeting conditioning/refrigeration repair Registration for these courses has
tist Church in Theressa. heavy equipment school bus driver begun, with classes beginning In
home as well as much good-natured
Rev. W.T. Pastor invites PTL Club, as well as Full Gospel
The honoree training,the 20-hour for childcare some areas Tuesday Sept. 8,
was presented with a advice on how to use them. The everyone 10 the Cater, located at Business Men's Fellowships and course says
lovely corsage in her colors of pink guests enjoyed finger foods aDd M38 N. Avenue in Starke. Conventions. Karrel has authored certification adult basic education Administrator Thomas. For more
and white, along with corsages desserts provided by members of Temple (learn to read), and GED test information call Thomas at the Vo-
the book The God Kind of Mar-
presented to her mother. Barbara the club. Full Gospel Rovhrol nage". preparation for the high school Tech Center 964-M50.

Ricks the groom's mother Lynda diploma.
Life and Praise Ministries is
To B. 7.12
Sullivan and the groom's grandmother August 17 Show... Sept. located IV 4 miles south of Starke on

After,Edna Introductions Sullivan. in the Theresa Ricks was also given a A revival with Ber. Ronnie Sur- Hwy.301..For more information call Big Shoals Launch Closing for Improvements I
reocy will be held Sept 7-Uta at7:30 IM-4I96.
shower on August 17 by Denise Ball
decorated education
building a at the Full Carpel Hasten I an
game was played in which unusual of Lake Butler. The shower was State Road 100 near New flies Beginning Sept 8 the canoe launchat recreational activities picnicing
foods were to be identified.The prize given in the Ricks home in Starke. Pastor Hoke O'Berry" invites Bradford Baptist ChurchTo Suwannee River Water District fishing, nature study and nature

was presented to Theresa who also The bride-elect of Rusty Sullivan everyone to attend For farther in Have Big Shoals Tract will be closed for trails will continue to be available.For .
received a wide assortment of lovely received an arrangement of pink formation call Rev O"Bcirv, SpecialS repairs and improvements.The .
gifts. carnations in an etched crystal vase. 78Z-37OL .rvk.s Sunday 9/6 boat launch at Big Shoals
Appropriate Bible verses were The living and dining rooms were Tract in Hamilton County is ex- further information, contact

read and a prayer given by Julie gaily decorated by Denise with pink Homecoming This Sunday Dary Champlin, veteran missionary pected to reopen by Jan. 1. Another Carolyn Mobley (904) 362-1001.
Weyand before the guests were servo and white streamers balloons and to Surinam South America
ed delicious finger foods and punch, silk flowers. Several games were At D.don Baptist and the Congo will be speaking at
played with prizes being won by Bradford Baptist Church this Sunday
provided by the ladies of the church. Sunday Sept .. Oedan Baptist
Laurie Mullins Carolyn Eaves and II am..Sept. 6.
Church will celebrate las years of
Michelle Kimutis. He has many interesting experiences -
Couple Show.r... The various gifts were passed Christian service in the Breakercommumty. to relate about his work

Miss Ricks and Mr. Sullivan were around for all to see after they were The UMIIUI is stAll with the bush natives. Pastor an
given a couples shower by Four opened. A special gift- handmade holding service in the building constructed Ctsunphn is presently teaching a 6f5
in located about :3
Points Hunting Club at the Theresaa reproduction of a coach trunk com laz. missions! course at Trinity Baptist
miles east of Brollker.Rev .
Community Center on Aug. 11. plete with brass fittings and leather time College in Jacksonville. seafood place.
Howard H. -
Matt /oeg
Theresa received an unusual corsage strapswas brought from Pennsylvania resident and Sunday evening at 6 p.m., the .
of Breaker formerpastor
of intricately folded ribbon that by the honoree's grandmother AJetheian Singers, a nationally
of several churches in Bradford
formed a pink rose. Rusty's "cor- .Emma Kish. recognized music team from Trinity
sage" was a raccoon tail adorned Denise was assisted in serving and day nm-if*_ will bring v Baptist College, will present a
the m'elOIe service.
with camouflage leaves and army snacks, punch and sheet cake by morning musical repertoire with personal
green ribbon. Theresa's aunts,Thelma Johnson of Following the momma will be serY serwdfOl' ft.dinon' testimony and challenge.The goal of FEED 4
The gift table was covered with Jacksonville and Kathleen Haag of on grounds the Aletbeian Singer is to communicate -
all to Pastor
camouflage cloth and centered with Stoneboro Pa. enjoy. Hendry effectiveiy the message of
invites friends f" former membersto Jesus Const through music andBradford
come and participate in tms

Hampton joyous oca O""" Baptist Church is $8.00PLUS
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Home on Leave... Birthday Celebrations... JvWphiboshffth MinistriesTo railroad tracks.Everyone is invitedto

Pfc. Alan Rogers is spending one On Saturday Aug. 29, Ruth Meng &. At Hop Baptist attend.For more information call91.4iZ3

week visiting his parents, Mr. and was honored with a unique birthday dotty founder and or 9648119.Recognition.

Mrs. George W. Rogers and friendsin party given by her children at the otheraMike aDtnes.will .
the area. Alan completed basic home of Randy and Sallye Scoggins. be used and
training at Ft. Monmouth N.J. Some forty relatives were guided sharing bun and
He plans to be assigned asChaplain's to the site of the party by a roadside his wife's affliction with cerebral

Assistant at an Army 'Happy Birthday. Ruth Meng' signat palsy reach people for Cnrist. PLUS A HOUDAY VALUE!
Base in Germany. We wish him the the SR 18 entrance to the Scoggins Brotherto Mike and his wife Sadie Pvt. Rogers Completes
best of luck I e
home. are Hill time aiiisianaries under the Basic TrainingPvt.
Visitors... Guests were treated to a delicious auspices of Baptist Missions to

Andrew and Wanda Kay: Robinson bar-b-que beef dinner with a varietyof Forgotten Peoples. fat. located in and Mrs Alan George G. Rogers W. son Rogers of Mr.of $2.00 OFF VALUE PACK OR
foods. The
specialty carport was Jacksonville.
have returned to Nashville, Tenn., decorated balloons and Ministries Hepbibosneth Hampton has completed basic I YAWl PACK Includea:U fish fillets,naturaklut ench THRIFT PACK
following five days as guests of of wishes.many now headquartered and training at Fort Diz,NJ. fries. Mesh cole IIaw and 8 hush pupptos.Serves or
signs affiliated with Central
Lawrence and Teresa Meng. While Baptist During the training, students more.THRIFT PACK Include:8 fish fillets,naturaculflenchftlellr8Ihcolealawand.hulh '
here Andrew preached and Wanda Games were played with ap- Church in Panama City.Fla. received instruction in drill andceremonies i nt.puppIeLs.rveaJ.4. .
propriate certificates awarded. Pastor Gary Heath and members! Captain
at the LI
sang Church. Hampton Baptist One of the hilarious highlights of of Hope Baptist Church invite J'ClllIo tactics ,weapons map reading, Offer.. ...../10.Nos pod with any.._
the evening occurred when Ruth andPaul's attend alRl'Yicewdb military courtesy, military I
Paul and Patricia Lefebvre of thiaspec Hike justice first aid, and Army history place
Lillian Ala., spent from Wednesday eldest son was led for a cession Chitty and special mosic by Flees and traditions.

to Sunday visiting his mother. Mrs. in a wheelchair.This was a surprise Stanley. The service will be held Rogers is i a 1985 graduate of Brad- FISH 0_ FRIES Two tender
Viola Lefebvre and the Henry Spell for his pre-fortieth birthday. Sunday.Sept. fiat 7:15 pjn.at Hope: ford High SchooL triesfiand2SouthernY
cut french
families. Carlton and Ruth were presentedwith Baptist Church, which is located on -

Viola's daughter Barbara Fitzpatrick numerous comical cards and Hwy. uio, eight miles south of FOR $01 OOstyie hush puppies.

returned to her Pensacola gag gifts. Starke.
home Friday, following her week's Ruth's cake was a masterpiecemade nothing Captain, Dfe
visit with relatives here. by her daughter Carolyn. It Seminar with
decorated Marriage wrong my OH.r.*plrM10..Nol pod with olhr I
was in the theme of a any .I_
Con4 Jence... family tree with all family To Be Sept. 16-20 hearing!" .serial'M'oeoun'' (.>i>...ui'(>.iinVc.pt.D-.t A great little seafood].-.....

Sympathy is extended to the fami- members (more than forty) pic- At Life ft Praise) MinistryA HeanlJliat one before' BBBBi CUP THIS COUPON BBBB ,

ly of Ltntan Eva Roberts who died on.. tured -miniature with Paul and ,Yew probably: \ "...... First of oil, it FISH 8& FRIES Two tender fish fillets|| natural-
August"Friends Ruth heading the group. Includedwere "Reigning Life Marriage des people o fang time to realize Southern-
cutfrench 2
of will all eleven children in-laws Seminar" with eaneehst-Teacber. fries and
Harry Fertig >ft.. have o herring problem It hap FOR
regret to hear that he died on August and twenty grandchildren. Don Hughes and ms wife.OK.sr .held of pens graded Then they think, they $2DO style hush puppies.

29. Mr. Fertig will be rememberedas Carlton's cake was somethingelse Broken "'"- at cow comps.aft*for ir You know the ONLY
a former member of the Hampton It war quite a plain cake Life and Praise llmstnes in Starke 119"'. .lft<. rand television, the cupped Captain Dfe

Senior Citizens Club active in com- decorated in black with an"Over the Sept 16-20. ear amdt on< yes, the unending, ON.....plrMIO.' .Not good xltheiiyothw"
munity affairs.Recuperating.. Hill" insignia. Service times will be as follows: -wfmrrd.. \yai.say Y' _... ar Hiiii(.t.....lel..."...c.pt.o') A great I"little seafood...-.....I IIHBB
... Relatives came from Keystone Sept. 1C, 17. 15.and is at 7:30 pmi. IlIf"s difficult to live with a hearing, CUP THIS COUPON a .
Tampa Orlando Orange Park by Rev. Hughes. Morning lovedGibe's.
services HOTS. whether" ifs yours or o
Fred Albrecht is improving follow- Thomasville Ga., and Interlachen conducted by Kami will be held You don't "have to Most hear- FISH FRIES Two tender fish and. natural-
ing surgery at Alachua General for an enjoyable celebration with the Sept 11....1,.at 10:30 a.m.On Sept. mg' Nones can be"helped. I cut french fries 2 Southern-

Hospital last week.School Hampton Lake relatives. 20. there.... be a 10:30 a-m.service Come byMnOtELL'5 FOR style hush puppies.

Other August Birthdays... only.conducted by: Rev Hughes.CanYouTapT DRUG STORE ONLY$2DO

Aug. 1-Clinton Brown; 2-Claire Tuesday. S*>pt. 8eceve Captain DsO4f

MenusSept. Brunetti; 3-Carole Stevenson; *.*the halMaiy.our dates .. _.
r lr /10.Not coed with other
4-Kelly Bowen and Ester Smith; sad.. _.Levis de ...A. .......01.."'_n"{.'_"....."ne any c.pt.o-.i, A m _.-......little seafood ...-..-.....
.7-11 5--Thomas Meng; 6--Kathy h? ran NEARING nsrs.3oi:3O CUP THIS COUPON .

Bradford Elem.&Middle School Langford; 9-Jennie Rhea, Mike or schedule on appointment at our office
Mondays NO SCHOOL LABOR DAY. Mowry, Gene Joyner and Dolores Great American ..>Gainesville for o FREE "hearing FISH & FRIES Two tender fish f1llets' natural-

Tuesday:Pig-In-TlM-Blanket,baked beana,cab- Meng; ID-Carmen Water house, Records and FirstsThe best far someone you* love. You'll be cutY$2.OO french fries. and 2 Southern-
bags alaw. ,peaches milk. Timmy Slater and Robert Swak; ra.r-t p.tdeer ever Ie- tits b it. style hush puppies
Bun lettuce tomato
Wod.-"lIAmbufllet'on and Jason Pons
and pickle buttered com cherry cobbler,mil<. It-Randy Scoggins ; corded in baseball im Nolan Bdione-
Thursday Taco pie (meat, cheese, lettuce 12-David Parker. Derrick Jenkins Ryan. He wa measured to Ca tain OSo
tomato), green beana fruit cup milk. and Sylvia Hall; 14-Danny Wigginsand pitch at 1009 miles boar 13th St.Galyme. .
Tuna salad on lettuce aalllne crackers, per 1905 NW ..
Friday i Kelly Bowen. .. .pod ...h.ny..h.
mixed vegetable. *,fruit cinnamon rolls milk. Aug. 16-Tracy Youngblood and Donald Own hold the record Florida ._.r..p'/1o.N.'1.1 or"i.ouot(.'......./...."...bp'.D'o) A great little seafood place..

Bradford High School Rocky Rawcliffe; 18-Christie Hall; S the bates time in theHoaoIuha Call 3T3-55O7 for Appt. H B B B CUP THIS COUPON B B REi
Monday i NO SCHOOL LABOR DAY. 19-Tim Crews Charles Woodardand llaraboiD8iadoward.
Tuesday: Beef-A-RoOl w/Meat Sauce, cheese June Haddock; 20-Freda Mit- .
alut garden....d.apple crisp hot roll,milk. chell and David Meng; 21-Henry .. Hi time esas four
Wednesday! Fried chicken, baked beam, coleslaw hour*. 20 minutes 36 seeThe -
fruit cup,cinnamon roll milk. Rhoden, Keya Hendrieth and Pam ......
Thursday Salisbury Steak,rice*gravy,green McWilliams; 22-Miranda Lee; .. .
beans peaches,chocolate cake,biscuits mill 24--Amy Williams and Jeanne
french fries, i ice peas ear be-
Friday i Hot dog on bun applesauce
,brownie,milk. Bogunia; 25-Tracy Youngblooc. and lined to loses ......... at writ
Rodney Padgett; 26- Edward the 1----i Pntdiase Es-

A-la-Carte Becker Carmol Thornton and Ed- peditim is &..L-nnilSOCTlaat's
Monday i NO SCHOOL-LABOR DAY.Tuesday ward Baker 27-Terry Kerschner
fries, ; aocnrdiaMl to fxprrtm atMrm.
Hamburger, plaza, french
mllkahakea. and Evelyn Rawcliffe 28-Angela Rkftard.oa s T...........
Wednesday. Corndoga, pliia french fries. Thomas and Vicki Hutto; 29-Denise the tripbad ........
Curtis 30-Verdis Hawkins and Dink
mtlkahak ;
touch to aD Great Americas
Thursday Cheeseburgers Baker; 31-Joshua Meng. w Y
Friday i French fries,milkshakes.hamburgers..Each .. e

day students have choice oil hot lunch,
.. .
salad bar or they may purchase r

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Bradford County-Board of County Commis-

sioners will hold a public hearing at the Bradford L-! "

County Courthouse on Tuesday, September 9, 1987, at -

8:00: p. m. for the purpose of Tentatively adopting the HEAR

1987-88 Budget.All .


interested citizens are encouraged to attend this

hearing. Persons attending the hearing have the rightto CONCERTSaturday

make written or oral comments regarding the September 5,1987

1987-88 Budget. 7:30: P.M.

No Admission Charge

Gilbert Brown Esther B. Ellerson
Pine Level Baptist Church i

Clerk to the Board County Finance Director
3 1/2 Miles West of Starke, Highway' 100

Roman Alvarez, Pastorn'

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TELEGI\\PII September 3.1987

Season Begins Friday_ Night with Fall JamboreeInjury

riddled Bradford High In the first quarter. plays the first ana last periods.All spring jamboree because of an
faces tough competition with tough Keystone High,5-3 last season but tickets for the jamboree are$3. automobile accident on his way to
area foes Union High and Keystone primed for bear this year, plays In Barring rain, Coach David Hurse the game. SEPT. 11 FRI. Flagler Pa ast HOME 8:00 P.M.
High in the annual preseason fall terlachen High in the second period. expects a good crowd.
jamboree to be played on Bradford KHS and BUS play the third With eight players on the injury Scrambling Richard Harrison, a SEPT. 18 FRI. Fernandina Beach Away 8:00 P.M.
Field in Starke beginning at 8 p.m. period. list, the Tornado gridders will be the three year starter at quarterback at
Friday.: Sept.5. Union High and BHS play the underdog. UHS, will lead the Tigers. SEPT.25 FRI. West Nassau HOME 8:00 P.M.
Union High :J.11ast year,and In- fourth period. Starting KHS quarterback Aaron Interlachen is developing another OCT. 02 8:00 P.M.
tertechen High 10-1 and District KHS. IHS, and BUS each must Stanley,6-1,175,12, will be the helm good team after its 10-1 record last FRI. Interlachen Away :
:3-ZA champion last year, will play play two straight quarter. I'HS for the Indians. Stanley missed the. year. OCT. 09 FRI. Macc1enny nOME 8:00: P.M.

OCT. 16 FRI. Bishop Kenny Away 8:00: P.M.

I BHS Offense Looking for Big ImprovementRiddled OCT.OCT. 30 23 FRI. Keystone- OPEN(Homecoming- ) HOME 8:00: PM.

with injuries and behind Strong tackle Andy Tison, a 210 pulled loose in his back. Durban is from a hernia operation and NOY. 06 FRI. Newberry 8:00: P.M
in defense preparation, the offense pound senior letterman, who has a doubtful for the opening game, Douglas to take over the tight end Away
of the Tornado footballers is hurting sprained ankle. Tison is doubtful for coaches say. position and for Jenkins to play NOY. 13 FRI. Nease Away 8:00: P.M.
and struggling as the season nears. the Sept. 11 opener. Keith Jenkins, an aggressive some at tackle.
The offense has shown Improvement Starting center Mike Stillwell,still sophomore weak side tackle, Is Also listed at end are Chris NOY. 20 FRI. Santa Fe HOME 8:00 P.M.
over-all says Head Coach recovering from arthroscopic sidelined with an injured knee. Dinkins, 155-10; and Harold
David Hurse. But it's been "ter surgery on his knee this summer, is The injuries mean a lot of offen- Chandler 160-11. JUNIOR VARSITY
rifically: hot"which has slowed progress not expected to see action for sive linemen must go both ways, Junior letterman Dane Clark, 185, SEPT. 10 TIIU. Lake Butler
HOME 7:00 P.M.
with the team facing tough several games. says Coach Clyatt. has the strong tackle position to
competition from Keystone High Weak side guard Mathew Albrit- Terry Whitehead, a junior non- himself with Andy Tison Injured. SEPT. 18 TIIU. OPEN -
and Union High this Friday Sept. 5, ton, a senior transfer from letterman, will be the center this Non-letterman Jerry Yates, 260-11,
in the preseason football jamboree Gainesville High, returned to practice week, with Stillwell and Nazworth strenghtens the tackle position. SEPT.24 11IU. West Nassau HOME 7QO: P.M.
to be played on Bradford Field here Sept. 1 after being out a week Junior Bill Hamilton,who letteredas
in Starke. with a virus but was not up to full hurt.With Durban out and Albritton not a sophomore playing primarily at OCT. 01 11.IU. St. Augustine HOME 7:00: P.M.
But the main thing is preparation speed Tuesday.: A new addition to up to par, senior letterman Mike linebacker last season, and Brian OCT.
for the Sept. 11 opening regular the Tornadoes,Albritton is small but Elder, 155, quick and aggressive, Kendrick, 175-11, are at strong 08 THU Interlachen Away 7:00 P.M.
season game in which BHS will host quick and Is expected to be a help. will be the weak guard and must also guard. OCT. 15 mu. North Marion HOME 7:00 P.M.
Class:2A Flagler Palm Coast. He will be the snapper for punts and play defense. Strength of the BHS offense is the
Ten letterman linemen are return- extra points for jamboree. Letterman Allen Wood 198-12, two lettermen at tailback: Rodney OCT. 21 WED. Keystone HOME 7:00 P.M.
ing from a 2-8 season in 1986. But Letterman center/linebacker Eric heads the weak tackle position.Also Mosley, 165-11, and Greg Pittman
with eight injuries most of the Tornado Nazworth, 195-12,twisted an ankle in playing weak side tackle are 145-11. Both have been running well, OCT. 29 THU Macc1enny Away 7:30 P.M.
offensive linemen will have to practice Tuesday. Losing Nazworth, Clarence Williams,170,a junior non- says Coach Hurse.Sophomore .
go both ways,play both offense and who can play guard and center, as letterman who didn't play football John Berry, 160, has David Hurse, Athletic Director
defense, says Offensive Line Coach well as defensive linebacker and last year, Keith Jenkins, been showing good improvement at
Lamer Clyatt. The injured playersare tackle, is about the worst thing that 165, who is injure quarterback. Coach Hurse also says Head Football Coach
: can happen to the Tornado line now, Tight end is one position where the sophomore Travis Long, playing
says Coach Hurse,who plans to hold Tornadoes have depth and capability. football for the first time, is improv 964-6470
Nazworth out of drills a few days to Top man there is veteran letterman ing.Clint
be sure the veteran is ready to go Malachi Jenkins, 192-12. Two Reed, 175-10. is still a step
FREE Friday night. juniors, Jimmy Long and Ed ahead at fullback because of his I
Junior Chris Durban, who has Douglas, are providing good competition speed and quickness. But letterman
L .EXPLORING been looking good at weak side at tight end. Coaches are Randall Polk, 160-12, and Spencer
GODS WORD guards] sidelined! with a muscle looking for Long, who has recovered Smith, 170-12, will both see plenty of I
Fred Davis Duick-Pontlac Inc.
action at fullback, says Coach
HOME BIBLE STUDYThe Hurse. Sophomore Leon Jackson, Announces. the Association of
STARKE FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 165 is also playing well. -
Bible Course Is taught in CHURCH Of GOD Hwy 16 & Weldon St. Storks The wide receiver position will be MEL; ITANENEves. I
vote home free of charge. shared by letterman Darren Patterson 964-7180
This a m norwJenommalional study 422 N. St. Clalr 964.5445 Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Lance Wiggins Shawn Diggs, i
based only on what "thus saith the Walter F. Montz, PastorWe Morning Worship 11 p.m. Chris Dinkins and Allen Jenkins. RHIIFMED j
Won!ol God"APOSTOLIC Invite you to worship with us Evening Worship 6 p.m. Pedro Carter, 165-10, who has
TRUTH U.P.C. A"."d.d Nursery W.d. Mld.Wvek Sarvlc 7:30 p.m. shown very good improvement at ,@
7823303To Sunday School . . 10 omMor'nll defensive safety and will also play BUICK ED
Worship . II amEvening Sfaff Nursery AvailableRev. wideout.CORBETTS. DAVISUtCKPONTUC : rauGK.ao .
ecftedhil your home bible Scrvic . . 6 pm Stephen K. Pippin, Pantor awp.w.a INC .1i.O.. te.N44u
...." .cf for additional ifi i ocinflt loo Wedn.sday outh . 7:3Opm 964.6971 ; GREEN ova: flees.l MM _c-ss.-seo
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BADCOCK $0 e1 1' .w -- Labor Day .the traditional day Lewis Timber Co.I Crafts & ConsignmentsLocated

: honoring the labor force of the off 100 S.toward Keystone, i iI
HWY 301 S. 9646871PO
FURNITUREKim I nation. Its a legal holiday .when
-A Specialty Gift Shop" working people across the country I take right on 24th avenue,follow

& Jan Johnson 504 W. Call 964-8547 take a one-day In break on the first Box 207, Starke signs. Eves. 964-5898 ,
Monday September.
All Neture SIng.of Jesus
Work has long been viewed a*the
Carnets of Starke cure for most of the troubles of the GriffIs & Sons
Blankenship'sChimney Country world. Honest and productive work, Flbreglass DURRANCE PUMP &
I which one(Intends to get done .Is e I Works SUPPLY
Sweep real blessing for humans.It keeps us
Service moving forward and making our days "Home of the Stumpknockerboat" Attend your church regularly
on this earth worthwhile.As
Locally Owned& Operated
the parable of the talents shows,
964-8278 964.6108 964-6154 -. I; i. God expects us to do something with HWY 301 N.064-4461 or 964-5531 864 N.Temple 964-7061 I
,. \ our abilities. Draw fresh Inspiration
Eyeglass Store E-Z Wheels Auto Sales r ; (oryourafeendworkInyourhouseofr'rfti Bradford Furniture HURSTS EXXON
,! worship this week.
-We Finance Industries SERVICE
"Your complete
Buy Here Pay Here p,14 aH1,, a..w-...... 0w.ea.wb. HWY 301 N. "24 HR. WRECKER SERVICE"
eyeglass center" 1320 N.Temple Ave. sandayNebaws 987 N.TEMPLE AV.
103 Edwards Rd. 964-8588 964-7783 a I Iuz.n I 964-7347 964-6111

CEDAR RIVER Mlddleburg Christian 'i iuaanNd.ws ARCHIE TANNER FUNERAL B&M STARTER &

SEAFOODThe Academy ij .. 13.'7-25 HOME GENERATOR

Best Seafood In Town K-4-12 Dignified Monuments Service 238 E. Washington St.

236 S.Temple Ave 3165 SR 215, Mlddleburg
HWY 301 S. 964-5757
I 9645685Chastains (904) 282-4211

Jewelry & Gift Gloria's Music House 4i'g LARRY BATTENCONSTRUCTION
(studio) Jones Craft ShopFor
Gallery Instructor: Richard Kellogg and Gloria r CO.

Bibles gifts &jewelry. Bryant 4v1 'n "Quality work for Less" all your craft & supply needs
Lessons gullar,banjo electric bass r4. -Handmade Gifts-
104 W. Call St. State Road 100 South
call:964-8120 Tu..Frl11.7 Sun & Mon 964-5263 S. 301 Plaza 964-7633
9647271Bradford 10-2


"We encourage you to STARKE STEAK HOUSE

this week and first" From all of u.mt Wost.m St..r
worship every "Serving you Salutes Labor
week". 441 W. Madison St US 301 South CORPORATIONMark

964-6881 964-5237 or 9646313 964.8061 Mullins & Employees

WATERS GROCERYCorner Mosley Tire Co. Tuesday G0ns/t Wednesday Gwws Thursday Exodus Exodus AMiy Saturday LetrlIlOua AAAcwre0r fi A On finny Insurance Call Now 964-8018
12 .8 13 H818 M2 '5oU
of US 301 & State US 301 N. Starke
'.,.-w..wow.._. 440 W. Madison .
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24 HR Wrecker Service (Winn-Dixie Shopping Center) 'Ip' I 1ft'', OF AMERICA INC.
Custom made exhaust stems This feature is published to 964-4695 WW 1 ', THE PAIN RELIEF DOCTORS

NOEGEL'S AUTO FLORIDA NATIONAL encourage you to worship Glenn Fibreglass Homes Beautiful of

BANK Fish Boxes&Tool Boxes North Florida
SALES regularly It is made possibleby
this week and weak Comer of Thompson & Weldon Construction CompanyAll
"Worship every Officers, Directors & the firms listed here.
at the church of your choice Staff 964-5912 types of Home Improvement

1018 N.Tempi 964-6461 9646766Terwillegar


STORE Printing Company a fact, you can do Complete Tire Shop& Auto Sales& Service
206 W.Madison & US 301
Superior quality homes at
in all the Art Supplies. Custom Framing Repairs
"All the right parts better at Denmark's affordable)prices Starke 9647200SR
Office Supplies N.
Printing 402 N.Templ..HWY301
right places" 113 E. Call St 964-8925 434 W. Call 964-5827 964-6436 HWY 301 S. 964-6833 21 Keystone Heights .
155 W. BfOwite Rd. 964-6060


STARKEWe HOME ... State Bank Inc
rebuild starters alternators Distinguished,caring service for over 50 of Stark Management & Staff "For All Your Pharmacy Needs"

&Generators years Starkes Only Home Owned HWY 301 North
Steve& Fulch &Staff.
358 W. Madison 9647170Page
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St4 E.NoN 064-0200 Kcyttone 473-3179 964-7500 ..
407 N.Temple 964-7911 811 S.Walnut 984-7830

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Legal Notices .
THIN: AND RECREATION LANDS N.W. 12th' Street Miami. Florida

REVENUE BONDS. 33129; Frank Schaub State Attorneyfor


CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR FICTITIOUS NAME Sarasota Florida 33577; Bill James,
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida NOTICE TO: STATE OF FLORIDA AND State Attorney for the Thirteenth'

Statute, notice I I. hereby given that the THE SEVERAL TAXPAYERS PROPERTY Judicial Circuit of Florida CountyCourthouse Reposession:
PROBATE DIVISION undersigned David Van Valkenburg OWNERS AND CITIZENS THEREOF IN. Annex, Tampa Florida

CASE NO. 87.63-CP vice President ATC Holding II, Inc. CLUDING NONRESIDENTS OWNING 33602; James Paul Appteman State 1986 240 Timberjack Cable Skidder
FILE NO. 01-3849 982 S. Ulster St., Parkwv, William A. PROPERTY OR SUBJECT TO TAXATION Attorney for the Fourteenth Judicial
Cropper Vice President KBL Sub I I. Inc. THEREIN. AND All OTHERS HAVINGOR Circuit of Florida.. P.O. Box 956.Marlanna Serial No. 846026
IN RE: Th. Estate Of; and KBL Sub II, Inc. 1409 Englewood CO CLAIMING ANY RIGHT. TITLE OR Florida 32446; David H.
FRANCES WHITEHEAD, 80237 611 Walker Street Houston TX INTEREST IN PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED Bludworth State Attorney for the Fifteenth
This available bidder
Deceased 77027 joint owners, doing business BY THE ISSUANCE OF THE Judicial Circuit of Florida. P.O. equipment highest

under the firm name of Paragon Cable, BONDS DESCRIBED THEREIN AND ALL Box 2905 West Palm Beach Florida through private sale on or after September>> 14,
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Intends to register told fictitious name OTHERS TO BE AFFECTED IN ANY WAY 33402; Kirk C. Zuelch State Attorneyfor 1987.
under the aforesaid statute. THEREBY: the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit of

Th. administration of the estate of Dated this 4th day of June, A.D., 1987 You and each of you, and the State Florida P.O. Box 1086. Key West
FRANCES WHITEHEAD, deceased. File In Bradford County. of Florida through the State Attorney Florida 33040: ; Michael J. Sots State Equipment can be viewed at Timberjack Inc.,
Number 13845. Is pending In the Circuit 8/134tpd9/3 for the First, Second. Third. Fourth Attorney for the Seventeenth Judicial
Court for Bradford County, Fifth Sixth Seventh Eighth Ninth, Circuit of Florida. 201 S.E. 6th Street Starke., Florida. Inquire through 964-6917 or

Florida. Probate Division, the addr. Tenth Eleventh, Twelfth Thirteenth Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33301: NormanR. 584-5063
of which I I. North Temple Avenue JOB OPENING Fourteenth Fifteenth Sixteenth, Wolflnger State Attorney for the

Starke, Florida 32091 Th. name and Bradford County Road Department has Seventeenth Eighteenth Nineteenth Eighteenth Judicial Circuit of Florida
addresses of the personal representative Immediate and Twentieth Judicial Circuits of Brevard County Courthouse, 400 South -
an job opening for a qualifiedexperienced
and the personal represen- Florida are hereby required to appear Street Titusvllle, Florida 32780; Bruce
tative'i forth heavy equipment before this of Easterly boundary a distance of 75 feetto IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
attorney or. set below court in the Chambers Colton State Attorney for the Nineteenth
All interested person are r.qulred'a operator end for bulldozer grader, front- the Honorable J. lewis Hall Jr., Circuit Judicial Circuit of Florida, P.O. a point; run thence North 89 degrees, FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
loader and other varied
file with this court, WITHIN THREE operationalskills Judge, at the Leon County Courthouse Drawer 4401! Ft. Pierce, Florida 33448; 30 minute East a distance of 98.08 feet FLORIDA
with chauffeur license.
MONTHS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF In Tallahassee, Florida on the Joseph P. D'Alessandro State Attorney to a point; run thence North 1 degree, 10 PROBATE DIVISIONFile
THIS NOTICE: ((1)) all claim againstthe Applications will be acepted from 7:30: 3rd day of November 1987 at 10:00: for the Twentieth Judicial Circuit minutes West a distance of 75 feet more Number 1-3857

estate and ((2)) any objection by on a.m. to 4 p.m. at 8128 North GrandStreet o'clock A.M. and show cause, if any of Florida. P.O. Drawer 399, Ft. or lets, to a point bearing North 89 ((87-77-CP)
Interested whom August 27. 1987 through have the of the Complaint Florida certified degrees, 30 minutes East from point of
person on this notice you why prayers Myers, 33902 by
11.1987.Equal .
was served that challenge the validity September filed In the above-styled cause United States Mail this 18th day of beginning; run thence South 89 degree IN RE: ESTATE OF
of the will the qualification of the Opportunity Employer should not be granted and the Bonds, August 1987. 30 minute West a distance of 97.21 feet LAURA BELLE BROWN

personal representative, venue, or 8/27 2tchg 9/3 the security therefor, and proceedingswith RAYMOND K. PETTY to point of beginning.and Deceased
jurisdiction of the court. respect thereto validated and Attorney for Plaintiff you are required to serve a copy
All CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT \ confirmed a* therein prayed. The DIVISION OF BOND FINANCE of your written defenses, if any, to It on NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Bond to be Issued by the Plaintiff Room 493, Larson Building the Plaintiff attorney whole name and
Publication of this FOR TAX DEED Tallahassee Florida 32399 address I I. TERENCE M. BROWN ESQUIRE administration the of
Notice ha begunon herein are described as follows: of estate
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Philip Terence M. P.A. Pot Office
27 1987.PERSONAL. 488-.782 Brown LAURA File
August NOT TO EXCEED $250,000,000 STATE ((904) BELLE BROWN deceased
Howell the holder of the
following certificates Drawer 40 Starke Florida
REPRESENTATIVE: OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF FL BAR ID No. 0354767 32091 on Number 87-77-CP, Is pending In the
has filed aid certificates for
a before 22 and file
ROBERT ANGUS WHITEHEAD NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVA- 8/27 3tchg 9/10 or September 1987 Circuit Court for Clay County Florida
tax deed to be Issued thereon. The certificate the original with the Clerk of this Court
3438 Crum Road TION AND RECREATION LANDS Probate Division the address of whichIs
numbers and of Issuance, either before
Brooksvllle, Florida year REVENUE BONDS (hereinafter the"Bonds" service on Plaintiff attorney P.O. Box 698 Green Cove Springs,
description of the and the
property or Immediately thereafter, otherwise
ATTORNEY FOR ) to finance the acquisition of Florida 32043. The name and addresses
name In which It wa assessed are a* Sealed bids will be received by the a default will be entered against
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE lands, for public outdoor recreational of the personal representativeand
: follows: City Commission of the City of Starke, you for the relief demanded In the com
Dorla Jean In Alachua Baker the personal representative's attorney
Christopher Bay
Certificate 253 purposes Florida, at the City Hall In Stark. until plaint or petition.
Terence M. Brown P.A. Bradford Brevard, Broward Calhoun are set forth below.
Year of Issuance 1985 7:30 Tuesday September 15,
p.m. WITNESS hand and the seal of aid
P.O. Drawer A Charlotte, Citrus, Clay, Collier, Columbia All interested are requiredto
of ft. of 1987 at which time and place all bids persons
Description Property: S 264 N Court on this 18 day of August 1987.
Starke Florida Dade Dixie Duval file with this WITHIN THREE
32091 DeSoto court
461 ft of W lit of SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of NW received will be publicly opened and GILBERT S. BROWN
Telephone: ((904)) 964.8272 1/4 EX PAR IN NE COR 90' N 8 S by 1001 E Escambta, Flagler, Franklin Gadsden read aloud on the following: Clerk Circuit Court MONTHS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF
8/27 9/03 Gilchrlst Glades, Gulf Hamilton THIS NOTICE: ((1)I) all claims againstthe
2tchg Police Car
W EX PARC 80' SQ AS DESC IN OR One 1988 By:Martha S. John
Hardee, Hendry Hernando estate and (2) objection by an
204-481 C EX OR 214 Pg. 175. SECTION Specifications may be seen Deputy Clerk any
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Highlands, Hillsborough Holmes, Indian Clerk's OfficeIn interested person to whom notice wa
River, Jackson Jefferson mailed that challenge the validity of
DUVAL COUNTY Name in which assessed Perley Clyde City Hall TERENCE M. BROWN, P.A.
CASE NO. 89 10203 CA NelsonAll Lafayette, Lake, lee, Leon L.vy.Llb.rty. The City of Starke reserves the rightto Attorney for Plaintiff the will the qualifications of the personal
Madison Manatee, Marion representative, venue, or
of said property being In the County accept or reject any or all bids. Pot Office Drawer 40
In Re: The Marriage Of: of Bradford. State of Florida. Martin Monroe, Nassau Okaloosa The effective date will be the date of Storke, Florida 32091 jurisdiction of the court.
LARRY O. HEALAN. Husbandand Unless such certificate or certificatesshall Orange, acceptance 8/204tchg9/10
be redeemed according to law the Beach Pasco Plnellas, Polk Putnam City of Starke, Fl SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
GLORIA K. HEALAN. Wife property described In such certificate orcertificates St. John, St. Lucie, Santa Rosa Neil L. Tucker Publication of this Notice has begun

will be sold to 'the highest Sarasota Seminole, Sumter, Suwon- City Clerk IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF an September 3, 1987.P.nonal.

NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S bidder at the courthouse door on the nee Taylor Union Volusla, Wakulla 9/3 2tchg 9/10 THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Representative:
SALE Walton and Washington Counties, IN AND FOR THOMAS FRANKLIN BROWN, JR.
23rd of 11:00
day September 1987 at
: Florida, a* more fully described In the BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA 345 Escambio Drive SE
A.M.Dated resolution of the Governor and Winter Haven Fla. 33884
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I I. DolphE. this 27th day of July. 1987. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO CASENO.:87181CAIN
Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford County, GILBERT S. BROWN Clerk Cabinet of the State of Florida dulyadopted REGISTER RE: The Marriage of Attorney for Personal Representative:
Florida, under and by virtue of a Writ of Beulah Moody, D.C. by the Governor and Cabinetof FICTITIOUS NAME DANIEL JOSEPH GRAHAM MYRON C. PREVATT JR.
the State of Florida, the Governing P.O. Drawer 790
Execution heretofore issued out of the Husband
Clerk of Circuit Court Pursuant to Section 869.09 Florida
Board of the Division of Bond Keystone Height. Fl 32656
obove-entitled Court In the above- and
Of Bradford County Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
styled cause, hove levied upon the Florida Finance (the "Governing Board") onAugust undersigned Ellen Sakowskl. 331 Clark CLARE ANGELLA GRAHAM Telephone: ((904)) 473-4993
situate, lying and 4, 1987 (the "Resolution") 9/03 2tchg 9/10
following property Wife.
being in Bradford County Florida to- 8/27 4tchg 9/17 which Resolution authorizes the issuance Street, Storke, Fl.. and Chris Rewls, NOTICE OF ACTION; . . . . . . . . .
Route 2, Box 295, Starke, Fl.. joint
wit: of the Bonds. The Resolution owners, doing business under the firm TO: DANIEL JOSEPH GRAHAM
West half (W '/ ) of Block 1 South of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT provides that the Bonds, In an aggregate name of The Cinderella D.omglrlleou. 6227 W. Lisbon Avenue
and Northwest (NW OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. amount not to exceed
Range 3 quarter principal ty Pageant, Route 2, Box 295 Starke, Milwaukee WisconsinYOU IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
1/4)) of Block 1 South of Range 2 East in IN AND FOR two hundred fifty million dollars Fl., Intend to register sold fictitious ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Temples Subdivision, Section 22 BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA (S250.000.000)), shall be dated and name under the aforesaid statute. for dissolution of marriage and IN AND FOR
Township 6 South Range 22 East, except CASE NO.: 87-217-CA shall mature on such dates and In such Dated this 29th day of August A.D., other relief has been filed against you In BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
I parcels recorded in O.R. Book 74, Page IN RE: The Marriage of year and amount a* shall be provided 1987 In Bradford County. the above-styled Court and you are required Case No. 87.78-CP ((1.3858))
185: O.R. Book 69, Page 201; O.R. Book WILLIAM NEAL LANEY by subsequent resolution of the 8/27 4tpd 9/17 to serve a copy of your written IN RE: The Estate Of
I 69 Page 204; O.R. Book 38, Page 636, Husband Division of Bond Finance adopted on defense. If any, to it on TERENCE M. LUCILE HARRIS GREEN
Bradford County Florida. and or prior to the sale of the Bonds. The BROWN ESQUIRE, Terence M. Brown Deceased.

I a* the property of the above-named -LINDA FAY LANEY Bonds may be Issued substantially in PUBLIC AUCTION __ P.A., Post Office Drawer 40, Starke, *
Defendant and that on the UXdjioy,, .__. Wife-. ? .- ... fermrond-shall be-subject to other-. NOTICE. I. hereby given that on Monday Florida 3209ir on or' before '14 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
' September, 1987, Monday at two NOTICE OF ACTION; termi and condition o* provided in September 7, 1987 at 10:00 o'clock September 1987 and file the originalwith
o'clock on said day on the premises of TO: LINDA FAY LANEY the Resolution. The Bonds shall be A.M., the undersigned Gator the Clerk of this Court either The administration of the estate of

the Bradford County Sheriff's Office, I c/o Ralph' Chapman Issued pursuant to Article IX, Section Freightways, Inc.. will sell at public auction before service on the above-named attorney LUCILE HARRIS GREEN. Deceased, File
will offer for sale and ..11'0 the highest Adkln RoadCarrollton 17 of the Florida Constitution of 1885 for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.. Jacksonville or immediately thereafter otherwise No. 87-78-CP ((1.3858)), is pending In
bidder for cash in hand, the above- Georgia as Incorporated by Article XII. Section Florida, one lot of chairs consignedto a default will be entered against the Circuit Court for Bradford County
described property as the property of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action 9al( )( ) of the Florida Constitution of Whltecraft Miami flo., to satisfy you for the relief demanded In the Peti Florida Probate Division the addressof

the sold Defendant to satisfy sold Execu for dissolution of marriage and 1968. Chapter 375 Florida Statutes, as freight and storage charges, under the tion.WITNESS which I I. Bradford County Courthouse
tion. other relief has been filed against you In amended (the "Outdoor Recreationand provisions of Section 4b) of Uniform my hand and official seal of Starke, Florida 32091.
DOLPH E. REDDISH the obove-styled Court and you are required Conservation Act of 1963"). Section standard Bill of Lading. this Court on this 10th day of August The name and addresses of the

Sheriff of to serve a copy of your written 293.023. Florida Statutes ((1986 Pro. 06-991929 dtd 6/15/87 1987. personal representative and the personal
Bradford County Florida defenses If any. to It on TERENCE M. Supplement), as amended by Chapter Gator Freightways, Inc"Corrl.r GILBERT S. BROWN representative's attorney are set
8/2O..tchg9/10 BROWN ESQUIRE Terence M. Brown 67-96, Laws of Florida and Sections CLERK OF THE COURTBy forth below.

. . . . . . . P.A., Post Office Drawer 40, Starke,, Florida Statutes (the 8/27 2tchg 9/3 Beulah Moody All Interested persons or. requiredto
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Florida 32091 on or before 14 "State Bond Act"), and shall bear interest Deputy Clerk file with this Court, WITHIN THREE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN September 1987 and file the originalwith at not exceeding the maximum TERENCE M. BROWN ESQ. MONTHS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF

AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA the Clerk of this Court. either lawful rate of interest on the date the NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR TERENCE BROWN P.A.Attorney THIS NOTICE: ((1)) all claims againstthe
Case No. 86-499-CA before service on the above-named attorney Bonds are sold. TAX DEED for Wife estate and ((2)) any objection by an
C. BROOKS and or Immediately thereafter, otherwise The Clerk of this Court is directed to NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that l.G. P.O. Drawer 40 Interested person to whom notice was

ELLEN DAVID M. BROOKS, his wife, a default will be entered againstyou cause a copy of this Order to Show Dyal the holder of the following certificates Stark., Florida 32091 mailed that challenges the validity of
Plaintiff, for the relief demanded In the Peti Cause to be published once each week has filed said certificates for a ((904)) 964.8272 the will the qualifications of the personal

for three(3) consecutive weeks, commencing tax deed to be Issued thereon. The cer- 8/134tchg9/3 representative, venue, orjurisdiction
v. R. D'ARMENIA tion.WITNESS my hand and official seal of with the first publication tiflcate numbers and years of Issuance, of the Court.
o/k/a BEATRICE R. PATTI FRANK LEWIS this Court on this 10th day of August, which shall not be less than twenty the description of the property and the ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOt

D'ARMENIA JOHN W. HALSEY and JEAND. 1987. ((20)) day prior to the date set for the names In which it was assessed are as NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.

HALSEY his wife DAVID L. POWELL GILBERT S. BROWN hearing herein In newspapers of follows: REGISTER Publication of this Notice has begunon
and CLARICE H. POWELL his wife, and CLERK OF THE COURTBy general circulation published In Certificate No.BOYear of Issuanee..l989 FICTITIOUS NAME Septembers, 1987.P.nonal.
LELIA ALESCIA POWELL Beulah MoodyDeputy Alachua Baker Bay, Bradford Description of Prop.rty..J1835.00402 Pursuant to Section 869.09 Florida Representative:
Defendant Clerk Brevard, Broward Calhoun Charlotte, LOT 36 N OF RD EX E 335' 8 EX W 125'. Statute, notice Is hereby given that the WILLIAM HARRIS GREENRt.

TERENCE M. BROWN ESQ. Citrus, Clay, Collier, Columbia Dade, SECTION 31 TOWNSHIP 5-SOUTH RANGE undersigned Glenda Epp. 242 Pratt St., I. Box 1049
NOTICE OF ACTIONPROPERTYTO TERENCE M. BROWN. P.A. DeSota Dixie, Duval Escambla 22. Starke, Fl 32091. Alan Greenberg 737 S. Tallahassee, Florida 32308
: BEATRICE R. D'ARMENIA Attorney for HusbandP.O. Flagler, Franklin Gadsden. Gilchrlst Name In which a..ed..J.W. Walnut St.. Stark. FL 32091. joint Attorney for PersonalRepresentative
a/k/a BEATRICE R. PATTI Drawer 40Stark. Glades, Gulf Hernando Highlands, AND PATRICIA LLOYD. owner, doing business under the firm :
ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU .. Florida 32091 Hillsborough, Holmes, Indian River All of sold property being In the County name of Foxy Clothe 101 Edward Rd., WILLIAM HARRIS GREEN, Esquire
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a ((904)) 964-8272 Jackson Jefferson Lafayette, lake. of BRADFORD. State of Florida. Starke, Fl 32091, intend to regl.terlOld Hopping Boyd Green & Sam
Complaint to Foreclose Mortgage action 8/13 4tchg 9/3 Lee Leon Levy Liberty Madison Unless such certificate or certificatesshall fictitious name under the aforesaid P.O. Box 6526
has been filed against you for the Manatee, Marion Martin Monroe, be redeemed according to 1 law the tatute. Tallaha.*_. Fl 32301
following described property In Bradford Nassau Okalooso. Okeechobee, property described In such certificate or Dated this 10th day of August. A.D., 904/222.7500
County. Florida: Orange, Osceola Palm Beach Pasco certificates will be sold to the highest 1987 In Bradford County. 9/03 2tchg 9/10
A portion of the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of The City of Starke Is accepting sealed Plnellas, Polk Putnam St. Johns, St. bidder at the court house door on the 8/13 4tpd 9/3 . . . . . . . . .
Section 29 Township 6 South. Range 22 bids for the construction of a 13.2 KV lucle, Santa Rosa Sarasota Seminole, 27th day of August 1987 at 11:00 A.M.
East In the City of Starke, Bradford Feeder Circuit to be built In the City of Sumter Suwannee, Taylor, Union Dated this 6th day of July. 1987.

County Florida and being more particularly Starke, Florida.Specifications. Volusla Wakulla Walton and GILBERT S. BROWN CLERK NOTICE Of APPLICATIONFOR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
described as folows: are available at the Washington Counties, Florida. Signature: BY: Beulah Moody TAX DEED BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
at Electric System Office, City Hall 209 N. DONE AND ORDERED In Chamber Court of BRADFORD
For point of reference commence Clerk of Circuit NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that BOBBIE PROBATE DIVISION
the NW corner of said SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 Thompson St., Starke, Florida. at Tallahassee, Leon County Florida County JEAN FRANKLIN the holder of the Case Number: 87-69-CP
and run thence South 87 degrees 18 Bids will be opened at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday this 17th day of August 1987. Florida. following certificates, has filed sold certificates File Number: 1.3850
the Northerly boundary September 15, 1987. In the City Hall BY William L. Gary 8/134tchg 9/3
minutes East along : for a tax deed to be Issued IN RE: ESTATE OF
thereof a distance of 25.04 feet to Commission Room.Specification Circuit Judge thereon. The certificate number and HENRY THOMAS GRIEGER
of the right of wayof sheet and a map of the CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE -'-'-
the Easterly boundary year of Issuance, the description of the Deceased
Epperson Street; run thence South 0 route will be provided to all who requestIt. I do hereby certify that true and correct IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE property and the name In which it wo

degrees, 30 minutes East along said copies of the Complaint and the EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN assessed are a* follows: Certificate No. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe
Easterly boundary a distance of 410 feetto The City of Starke reserve the right to Order In the obove-styled action have AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA 115; Year of Issuance 1985; Descriptionof
point of beginning. From point of accept or reject any or all bid. been served on Curtis A. Golden. Case No. 86-499-CA Property: Tax Parcel No.02476-017404 administration of the estate of

beginning thus described continue South For the Starke City State Attorney for the First Judicial DAVID C. BROOKS and let 4,9,6< 7. Blk 17, Knight S/D. Name HENRY T. GRIEGER deceased File
0 degree, 30 minute East along said Bond Trustees Circuit of Florida P.O. Box 12726, Pen- ELLEN M. ROOKS, his wife In which assessed: Frank Green Estate. Number 1.3850. I I. pending In the Circuit
Easterly boundary a distance of 75 feetto Nell L. Tucker sacola. Florida 32975; William N. Plaintiffs, All of said property being in the County Court for Bradford County,
a point; run thence North 89 degrees, City Clerk Meggs, State Attorney for the Second v. of Bradford State of Florida. Florida Probate Division the addressof
30 minute East a distance of 98.08 feetto 8/27 2tchg 9/3 Judicial Circuit of Florida 500 lewis BEATRICE R. D'ARMENIA Unless such certificate or certificate which I* Bradford County Courthouse -

a point; run thence North 1 degree, 10 State Bank Building, Tallahassee, a/k/a BEATRICE R. PATTI. FRANK LEWIS shall be redeemed according to 1 law the Starke, Florida 32091. The
minute West a distance of 75 feet, moreor Florida 32301: Jerry M. Blair, State Attorney D'ARMENIA JOHN W. HALSEY and JEAND. property described In such certificate or name and addresses of the personal
less, to a point bearing North 89degrees IN THE'CIRCUIT COURTOF for the Third Judicial Circuit of HALSEY his wife DAVID L. POWELL certificate will be sold to the highest representative and the personalrepresentative'
30 minutes East from point of THE SECOND JUDICIAL Florida P.O. Drawer 1946. 215 Pine and CLARICE H. POWELL his wife, and bidder at the court house on the 23rd 'S attorney are set forth
beginning; run thence South 89 degree. CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, Avenue Live Oak. Florida 32060; T. LELIA ALESCIA POWELL day of September 1987. below.
30 minute West a distance of 97.21 feet IN AND FOR LEON Edward Austin Jr., State Attorney for Defendants. Dated this 7th day of August 1987. All Interested persons are requiredto
to point of beginning.and COUNTY. FLORIDA the Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida GILBERT S. BROWN file with this Court. WITHIN THREE
you ore required to serve a copy CIVIL ACTION NO. 87-2856 600 Duval County Courthouse, NOTICE OF ACTIONPROPERTYTO Clerk. Circuit Court MONTHS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF
of your written defenses If any to It on Jacksonville, Florida 32202: S. Ray : FRANK LEWIS D'ARMENIA By: Beulah Moody. THIS NOTICE: ((1)) all claims againstthe
the Plaintiffs' attorney whose name and DIVISION OF BOND FINANCE of the Gill. State Attorney for the Fifth ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU Deputy Clerk estate and ((2)) any objection by an
address I I. TERENCE M. BROWN ESQUIRE STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF Judicial Circuit of Florida, 2nd Floor, ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a 8/20 4lchg 9/10 Interested person on whom this notice
Terence M. Brown. P-A.Post Office GENERAL SERVICES a public body corporate County Office Building. 19 N.W. Pine Complaint to Foreclose Mortgage action wa served that challenge the validity
Drawer 40. Starke, Florida 32091. on on behalf of the STATE OF Avenue, Ocala Florida 32670: James has been filed against you for the NOTICE Of INTENTIONTO of the will the qualification of the
or before 22 September 1987. and file FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL T. Russell State Attorney for the Sixth following described property In Bradford REGISTER personal representative, venue, or
the original with the Clerk of this Court RESOURCES Judicial Circuit of Florida P.O. Box County Florida: FICTITIOUS NAME jurisdiction of the court.
either before service on Plaintiff attorney Plaintiff 9028 Clearwater, Florida 33918; A portion of the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT

or Immediately thereafter otherwise vs. Stephen Lewis Bayles, State Attorneyfor Section 29 Township 6 South Range 22 Pursuant to Section 869.09 Florida SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.

a default will be entered against STATE OF FLORIDA and the several the Seventh Judicial Circuit of East in the City of Starke, Bradford Statute, notice Is hereby given that Publication of this Notice has begunon
you for the relief demanded In the complaint Taxpayer. Property Owner and Florida 440 S. Beach Street Daytona County Florida and being more particularly the undersigned ROBERT HANNAH. September 3. 1987.

or petition. Clllien thereof Including Beach Florida 32014; Eugene T. Whit- described as folows,: SR.. LILLIAN HANNAH Rt. 1. Box 190. Personal Representative:
WITNESS my hand and lh. MOl of sold Nonresident owning property or subject worth State Attorney for the Eighth For point of reference commence at Stark., and ROBERT I. HANNAH JR.. LESLIE GRIEGER
Court on this 11 day of Augu.t. 1987.GILIERT to taxation therein and All Other Judicial Circuit of Florida, P.O. Box the NW comer of said SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 Rt. 1. Box 191. Starke. Fl. 32091 joint 1700-3 Park Meadows Drive

S. BROWN having or claiming any right title or 1437 Gainesville Florida) 32602; and run thence South 87 degrees, 18 owners, doing business under the firm Fort Myers Florida 33907
Clerk Circuit Court Interest In property to be affected by Robert Logan State Attorney for the minutes East along the Northerly boun- name of TRIPLE H DIRT SERVICE. Rt. 1. Attorney for Personal
By: Martha S.John the Issuance of the Bonds described In Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida '.0. dary thereof a distance of 25.04 feet to Box 190. Starke, Fl 32091 Intends to Representative:
Deputy Clerk the Complaint and All Others to be af- Box 1673 Orlando Florida 32802; the Easterly boundary of the right of way register said fictitious name under the Rochelle Z. Cats
TERENCE M. BROWN. ESQUIRE fected In any way thereby Jerry Hill State Attorney for the Tenth of Epperson Street; run thence South O aforesaid statute. 13161 McGregor BoulevardFart
TERENCE M. BROWN P.A. Defendant Judicial Circuit of Florida 250 N. degrees, 30 minutes East along said Dated this 21st day of August A.D. Myers, Florida 33919
Attorney for Plaintiff Wilson Bartow Florida 33830; Janet Easterly boundary a distance of 410 feet 1987. In Bradford County. Telephone: ((813)) 481-4834

Pot Office Drawer 40Stork. IN RE NOT TO EXCEED $250.000,000 Reno Slate Attorney for the Eleventh to point of beginning. From point of 8/27 4tpd 9/17 9/03 2tchg 910r

.. Florida 32091 STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF Judicial Circuit of Florida Room 600. beginning thus described continue South .. .. . . . .. . . .
8/204enfl/IO NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVA- Metropolitan Justice Building! 1351 0 degree, 30 minute East along aid

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Art Lovers lndArtists_ Gear Up For Two 9Il

Big Area Shows in Starke and KeystoneBCT \Ve'll s Il ui,n with

and LRM Staff the library containing informationon
Art lovers, artists and craftspersons the country's Constitution. It will :t
from around Florida and be a good opportunity for an exciting
Georgia have circled Keystone all
Heights on their maps this Labor h htr S..Pug 38.! I I Ibp' W'lSSO.Merit
Day weekend for the Tenth Annual a I
Festival of the Lakes Art Show at the FLA.TWIN THEATRE l i
city's Theme Park. d
I The show is one of two big art Yt Starke 964-5491 Norman has a

I shows Second scheduled Annual Starke for the Festival area the of *Open Every Night splashing Fall offer waiting

the Arts will be held October 24-25, 1------------ for
an event that was a big success in i $2,00 SPECIAL I II you.We
it's first year in 1986. I Sat.A Sun. 5OO Showing' call it Raining

The longrunning Festival of the |L_..Tuesday..h2.w..n.1.-J! ] 1 Beauty
Lakes is set Saturday, September 5
at 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Sunday, Starts FridayPART Well shower
September 6 from 12 p.m. until 5 with
MAN. PART three Luxiva anti-
pm.The park is located behind City n tip MACHINE ALL COP. aging skin cart products
Hall and booths will be set up '
throughout the part for the two'day full size lipstkk naillacquer

event and an elegant,
Over$2,400 in prize money will be i
given away at this years event, collapsible umbrella-alt for
which is sponsored by the Keystone HARMONSUMMER just$1&5Q No purchase is
Heights Junior Woman's Club with
the assistance of the Keystone y necessary.That's
Heights Woman's Club. The purse SCHOOL i more than a

this because year of has the increased, formed largely judged by P.K. Brannon, Andi qualified judges in the field of art. (PO.I3I- $20 the total
newly Blount and Ronnie Edgerton. Bran- This is the tenth year the annual saving off
Festival of the Lakes Committee non Is the chairman of the Festivalof event has been scheduled. In addi- 301 DRIVE-IN retail value.
Awards. Those awards are being the Lakes, Edgerton is presidentof tion to the display of art work and
sponsored by Merchants and the Junior Women's Club and crafts, food and entertainment will Starke 964-7481 This offer is available
Southern Bank of Clay County. The Blount is first-vice president. also be provided. FRI. SAT. SUN
August <5 through
bank will be donating $300 in prize
Artists will compete for awards Sunday afternoon at 1:30 p.m.
money.In and money in many categories, including Courtney's School of Dance will be 'THE PERFECT SUMMER MOVIE! September 3Q But hurry
addition given in to regular the past awards, the dona-and : oil,acrylic,watercolor and performing in the park. This has HfinnV and theHENDEfSONS supplies are limited I
been favorite
mixed media sculpture always a and will
; ; I
tions from this committee will go
toward sponsoring a first and second graphics; photography; basketry; feature many of our local young [ESShowtfm )
stained glass;woodwork,and a wide ladies and gentlemen.The mERLE nORfTlRlT STUDIOS
in two-dimensional art work
variety of handmade crafts. Bicentennial Committee will *: 8:101. 10:05
and in three-dimensional a first and
These categories will be judged by have a display board on the patio of
second place. These awards will be 118
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ByMarkFriedlln Catherine Johnson and other HRS proved household, who needs care lifetime. Why don't relatives and friends school and is attending classes
BCT Staff Writer staffers assisted The Telegraph In for a temporary or an extended Where do these children come take In these children? regularly they may remain In foster
Picture a group of 18 children six compiling a list of some of the most period of time. During this time the from Man times they do, and the HRS care until{they graduate.
teens, six elementary school age common questions parents have child's parents are either non- Mainly Bradford and Union Coun- staffer's first goal Is to find the Cm anyone be a foster parent
kids and four pre-schoolers all in about the Foster Parents Program- existent,or non-functioning. ties, although children are also nearest relatives who will accept the The agency first asks prospectivefoster
need of emotional support and car- and the answers,as provided by the The primary goal of foster care is taken sometimes from adjoining child into their homes. Somer.mes parents to attend a foster
Ing, family environment. local HRS staff. to reunite families or to ensure that counties when the need is great. there are no relatives, or the parent training session and find out
Would you have room for one of Johnson urges any adults who the child will leave foster care for a Why are these children placed: under relatives are unable to care JT the what the program's about. Otherwise -
them? think they may be able to help to call permanent placement. Foster care the Foster Care program children to some problems sir dial"to ,anyone who has the room for a
Several Bradford County families her office at the HRS office In Starke ell provided on the assumption that Many reason.Financial problems, those experienced by the child's foster child can be liscensed to provide
have, through the HRS Foster pro- on U.S.301. children are entitled to physicalcare marital problems, poor parenting parents.Other times a chit is placed the service for a needy child.
gram. Now local HRS unit needs to emotional assurance and skills,which leads to physical abuse with a relative and it dor .n't work well rents can be foster parentsas
find a few more families willing to What Is Foster Care? educational instruction. Foster care and neglect. Drinking and drug problems
help out a dis-advantaged youth who Foster Care is a program designedto parenting is not a lifetime commit abandonment, emotional out.What ages are the foil* children? What If I decide I don't want to be
can't stay in his or her own home. provide a substitute family life experience ment to a child,but a commitment to problems, ill health, death of Newborne infants to. a 18. If an a foster parent after the training session -
HRS Youth and Family! Counselor for D child in an agency ap be meaningful during a child's parents sexual abuse,ect. 18-year old has not con oleted hi ah TNoone
is pressured or committed,
but not everyone has the tempera-
ment it takes to be a good foster
parent. It takes patience,and givingof
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HOURS ee side the city, a water sample is
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your lifestyle, your parenting
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history lesson. total of $1,900 i In prizes which in. t.
There will be a raffle this year elude:
sponsored! by the Junior Women's Best of Show two dimensional -
Club. This will be open to everyone.The $300. i
raffle is being sponsored! by the Best of Show three dimensional- ,
Junior Women's Club in an effort for .
the club to raise! money for the varie- $300.Four Awards of Excellence $150 ? itZ 1 1 y5.LMra I
ty of charitable causes It sponsors each. ::1
throughout the year. Four Awards of Distinction $100
Festival of the Lakes T-shirts are each.
also popular item and will be on Four Awards of Merit- $50 each. I i f
sale at the park. Four Awards of Mention $25
I "We will have 110 participants anda each. 4 I
lot of new artists this year. As far The cash prizes are divided equal .r
as around Florida, our name has I the two dimensional and { tit +r
really gotten around. We have artists tree dimensional groups.In .
coming from all over Florida. I addition$6,000 is anticipated in r ;--w r
think it is really going to be a great purchase awards. w f
year," Ronnie Edgerton said. The awards ceremony for the 1 \ f 4 G 1rti11.A1
This Is a nonprofit event,Edgertonsaid. event is set for Sunday,October 25 at 5 ,: yt
"Everything we take in goes 12:30: p.m. in the Entertainment !\
back into the festival or into the
prize money," she stated.It AA special feature of the show is the
is an event that is sure to be filled special section for youth art ytoung ,e 'i ,
with fun and excitement for the artists through high school age In- I
entire family. cluding local public school groups, .itJ.4l
who will have original works of art M. Ihl
Starke Event PopularThe for sale. II
Starke Festival of the Arts Another area for the kids is a r
was a big success in its first year on Children's Emporium devoted to the
historic Call Street and will make a younger set in which they may purchase -
short move to Jefferson Street on the art without parental supervi ,.esmsC r2
north side of the Santa Fe Starke sion. Art which is on consignmentfrom 1'
Center between U.S. Highway 301 artists In the Festival will be ;
.. ..
and Walnut Street. priced from $1 to$10. -- ---y --- .
Sponsors for the event include Dancers, musicians, children's Big Crowd of Art Lovers Expected...
Santa Fe Community College and its groups and storytellers will provide
Endowment Corporation, the City of continuous entertainment both days Over 15,000 people are expected for this year's Secoad AMMU SUrfce skew e.Call Street would Indicate I
tn at O two event.
Starke and Bradford County's fthe_ show. Festival of the Arts, as the crowd scene shown above from last year'sA Over IIN will be: gven away prhe mouey day
Chamber of Commerce. For more information, contact .
Over 100 artists and craftsmen Nancee Clark or Carol Brown at the
from all over the Southeast are expected Festival office, P.O. Box 1530, Santa variety of foods will be offered
for the event, with a "two Fe Community College, Gainesville, for sale by local non-profit organiza r
dimensional" category which In- Fl 32602_ ; or telephone 13955159. tions.

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Include Joanna Clark, a $
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State and Wright Junior College in Shampooing Wash-N-Wax Compounding Dyeing
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Florida.The other judge is William Schaff, ins. Browning ST. 964-4744 '. '. "
( to City Fish Market) ..: "
a painter, sculptor and visiting lecturer aogaBa aa B mna """" "-

throughout and the many nation universities His work has SAVE up TO $500 on TORO'S PREMIUM RIDERS
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FPH Predicts 30 '

r Labor Day DeathsThe I

c; Florida Highway Patrol i* ministration (N.K.T.S.A.)' and the

e f 4't r bf, s 11t predicting that 30 people will die on National Safety Council have natiuonal com
r r S Florida's highways during the upcoming bined resources: toward a
: 78-hour Labor Day holiday effort In combatting the needless
period beginning 6 p.m.. Friday, death and injury on primary
September 4 and ending midnight, NTltwea1Uesaving
Monday, September 7. \ measures gained
'' "Past history has shown that one through the sharing of education
ttt person will die every two hours and public Information resources and enforcement -
thirty-six minutes during the holiday techniaue has shown
period.All too often this last holidayof very positive results. We hope this
summer turns Into the last holiday common effort along with Florida's
,,. & for many" said FlIP Director Colonel Seat Belt Law will diminsh the
Bobby R. Burkett. tragic loss we have seen during
Impatience, discourtesy and previous holidays" Burkett con
L ,tit n alcohol are the common athreads cluded.
l which seem to run throughout this Labor Day weekend in 1986 there
dangerous period. We Intend to use were 36 people killed in 34 fatal ac-
.e every available trooper to fight cidents. Fifty\ percent of theap p
these dangerous driving behaviors, killed wereyounger. 30 years or
: --4L said Burkett. .Fifteen of the people killed
p : The FlIP has also become involved were drivers,seven were pasengers,
in a nationwide effort during the twelve were pedestrians and two
holidays entitled Operation were kWed on bicycles.
C.A.R.E.which stands for Combined Twenty-five of the deaths were
: riAN ., Accident Reduction effort. Various alcohol related and thirteen of the 22
/ state police agencies throughout the drivers and passengers kWed wire
'a United states, along with the National not using seatbelts or shoulder'
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The driver of this pickup truck escaped with only a cut on his lip. struck and knocked down a power pole then continued travelling until It b1s ?etsRI
Billy Ray Bell, 29, of Graham was travelling at a high rate of speed struck a pine tree.The truck then overturned, said Ethrldge.
west on CR-18 August 27 when his 1985 Ford pickup truck ran off the road Damage to the pickup was$8,500 In the 10 p.m.accident. Bell was cited
way onto the shoulder, according to Trooper Kenneth Ethrldge. After for careless driving.
travelling back and forth across the roadway several times the truck I
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26 year-old Starke woman has bill and possession of cannabis after )
been charged with taking two ladies she and Christen Kevin Fox, 28, of c Seafood Buffet (Fri & Sat. only Models -
slips without paying for them from Starke attempted to get a bogus $10 '
TG4Y. bill changed at the Gulf Gas Station Con In Stock 0
Sandra Idella McCloud was charged US-301, according to Patrolman I c: $6 .75
with retail theft August 29, accor- Gerald Hayes. Bond was set at I c
ding to Patrolman Clay Sellars, 1762.SO on those charges, she wasl,I C I
after store employees found two released on her own recognizance. c
slips in her purse.The employees de- Fox faces charges of uttering a forg- : Lee's Restaurant Lounge
tained her for authorities. Bond was ed bill and petit theft, said I 800 N. Temple Avenue Stark :'I
set at$1,000,she was released on her Patrolman Hayes. Bond was set at :'I
own recognizance. $710, he was released on his own 1: 964-66O1 :'I
At 1:45: a.m. Sept. 2 police were recognizance.A I
the Saver conveniencestore familiar name on the court h I :'I
called to Step
where McCloud had left docket, McCloud awaits a jury trial t I Regular Buffet OP'eN. d.y. weak :'I TACKLE & MARINE
without paying for a package of (Sept. 28) for retail theft of the t I Lunch Mon-Sat $3.50 open for lunch H.30-3 0 :'I
smoked bacon, according to Dollar Store and a trial for driving t I Dinner I Mon-Thu $5.95 otmy\HffiTfiiEn\ :'I
Patrolman K. R.Hinds,Jr. McCloudwas while license suspended.Also t I closed Sunday :'I
apprehended behind the store outstanding are two chargesof I I
and six packs of bacon valued at armed robbery which occurred t We serve 3070 Handing Blvd., MUdtebunj, Fto. 32088
$1.99 each were found. McCloud remains last October.The state attorney is in t I ( )O AMERICAN!
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who failed to show for trials Wasdin Flood, Geral Goodman, 7.710%
in Pamela Monique Jefferson, James
have another chance to appear Annul Yield" '
why they H. Rodgers, aU with a Starke ad-
court, this time to answer
were not there last week. dress Kathy Estes Cole, Melissa C. 7.45%
Circuit Judge Osee Fagan issued Newman with a Hampton address;
Wilford Compounded Monthly'
Allan Andrew Griffin,
the following
subpoenas 575.00onnoeeOprnntg(
prospective Jurors to come before James Cooper with a Melrose ad- Dtpos"'Z656
the court ana answer why they were dress.
not there last Monday,August 24,for
scheduled trials In Bradford County Subpoenas ordering the above to
Circuit Court. appear Sept. 8 at 8:45 a.m. to stheycause %
Charlene C. Brown, Mamie Lou \if they have any, why I Annual Yield
Williams, should not be found in direct
Davis Carlton, Edward Esther Jones,Dillie James criminal comtempt of the court and 7.40% 1Cotnpuunded
accordingly, have been
Duncan, punished
Strong, Jr., Emory Wayne
all with a Lawtey address; Robert mailed, according to the clerk's of- Monthly 99
Earl Hall, Virginia Ann Kenny, fice.Residents Opening' Deposit
reminded to notify
Theresia F. Jordan, Ray Hornor are rJ
Renfro, Joe F. Fields, Vivian Mc- the clerk's office of any change in
Cullough Shafer, Virgie A. Frazier, address in order to keep the recordsup
Marvin Howard Frey, Mirian to date.
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Outstanding Conservation Award


S Harold Hill is Award WinnerBy

Anne Sponholti,LRM Editor Waldron who to an area field nominates the individual, then sub
A Lake Santa Fe resident, Harold representative for the organizationand mits the nomination to the home office
r Hill was a recent recipient of the nominated Hill for the award for approval."We .
prestigious Woodsmen of the World the company is active In community give out the conservation
Life Insurance "Outstanding Conservation services such as spouse abuse programs award each year if someone Is
,,. yrv. Award." providing churches, schools deserving. It's not something we da
; HiU, known throughout the state and non-profit organizations with lightly. Mr. Hill was nominated
,YPk for his efforts in the area of conservation flags, helping people in need and because of his conservation work to
was recognized because of recognizing Individuals for such save the swamp and all the work:
his leadership in saving the Santa Fe outstanding accomplishments he's done in the area," Waldron
Swamp, a swamp adjacent to Lake through such awards as outstanding said.Ms.
Santa Fe and considered to be a citizen, life saver, outstanding Waldron's area of respon-
: critical,natural asset to the lake and American history student and sibility covers the Gainesville and
: r rivers in this part of Florida. outstanding conservationist. Melrose areas and she lives in
), jl Georgia Pacific had proposed a Waldron said the award Hill Earlton.
peat mining operation from the received was not one that would be Hill was presented with this award
kill is 1t swamp and Hill was instrumental in given out annually unless someone Is during a company picnic in
1 forming the Santa Fe Lake Dwellers deserving. The: field representative Gainesville.Compare .
Association,which launched the successful -
.xr4 7" "Save the Santa Fe Lake"
campaign. The peat mining was Prices
haulted and the land acquired by the

d State Hill of has Florida. been involved In Before You .Not After

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development at the Pass between litHe STEPHEN SMITH LUMBER
Harold Hill and Janet Waldron and big Lake Santa Fe.
He has added another
project to his recently list of endeavors.He is 7 Miles South of Starke on US 301
now offering his assistance and expertise
to the newly formed Lake I #1 Pine 2x4x16 $3.99 #1 Pine 2x4x14 $3.16 |
Brooklyn Civic Association.
Woodsmen of the World Life In- FREE DELIVERY
New Services Offered At surance Society is a fraternal
Hosp. organization. According. to Janet 468-2624 Open Mon Fri 8:30-5:30: : Sat 9-4

.. New services already available at trical activity that regulates the nal organs, including the abdomen
t Bradford Hospital, or coming soon, heart beat, the radiologists explain- and the brain, permitting the physician Northwest walk-in Medical center
were described to Starke Rotarians to see areas that are not visiblewith
.. last week by Dr. Jimmy Johnson, ed.Another new addition to hospital x-ray,thus eliminating the need '
and Dr. Tom Hawkins of the services here is the addition of a se- for exploratory surgery. A portableCT 1
Gainesville Radiology Group.. cond x-ray machine for backup pur- unit will be brought to Bradford I We would like to introduce our services. We're here to take
One of the new services will be the poses during emergencies.Future Hospital for this purpose,as needed.Dr. care of you in the event you need medical attention for:
cardiac ultrasound method of ex- additions to services offered Johnson and Dr. Hawkins are
amining the heart with sound waves, patients will be the mammography both certified radiologists and spoke
\, which will be offered twice a week at diagnosis test for breast highly of Santa Fe Health Care colds lacerations head Injuriesflu
the Bradford Hospital in Starke.The cancer in women, making it an out Systems, the management agency
broken toes Insect bites
'I so-called Echo Cardiogram patient screening procedure performed which operates Alachua General
measures the volume of blood the locally. Hospital in Gainesville, Bradford sore throats and fingers strained ligaments
.' heart can pump, while the EKG examination Also in the future is a portable CT Hospital in Starke, and three other
measures only the elec scanner, used to examine soft inter hospitals in North Central Florida. I burns sprains pulled muscles

I ; Mosley First in State CompetitionLisa I We also take care of school, sports and work physicals, and through October

I 31st children's physicals are$15 and adult basic physicals are only$20.

Mosley, a member'of Brad- her form her long-range goal of four-day conference featuring com-
ford County's 4-H Club, placed first becoming a member of the United career and Licensed physicians, x-ray techniciansand
9 in the State 4-H Horse Record Book States Equestrian Team. leadership workshops, and recogni- }
Competition.This "4-H has helped me feel good tion for outstanding achievement. nursing staff are here from <, '
honor which awards a trip to about myself," said Lisa. "I am doing Outstanding 4-H members from 7am-7pm dally and most ,
National 4-ld Congress in Chicago, things and learning from them each county are Invited to attend.
sponsored by the Florida whether it be through mistakes or Florida 4-H is the youth education prescriptions are filled on premises.
'; Quarterhorse Assn., is based on progressit helps me increase my program of the Cooperative Exten-
1 outstanding achievement in the knowledge." sion Service and is administered
; horse project. The daughter of Earl and Barbara through the Institute of Food and Reflections Building Hwy. 441 r A ; G
A nine-year 4-H veteran, Lisa's Mosley of Lake Butler, Lisa is also Agriculture Sciences at the University Next to Hwy.Patrol Station Gainesville 1 w J N .
main reason for joining 4-H was to interested in other 4-H projects: of Florida and through local 4
train and show horses. Through the Veterinary Science, Beef, Swine, boards of County Commissioners.4H 374-6704 .w.f..t -
r years, she has successfully shown a Public Speaking, and Marine is open to all interested youth Major credit cards Accepted "
Hackney pony, a quarterhorse, and Science. and adults}regardless of race,color,
:;. an Arabian gelding. Lisa was presented her award at sex, creed, national origin or han-
Lisa has been active in English the 23rd: Annual Florida 4-H Con- dicap. For additional information, When the unexpected happens, we're here when you need us.
riding, Western Pleasure and bar- gress. Held on the University of contact your local Extension 4-H of-
rels. Her experiences have helped Florida campus, 4-H Congress is a fice at 964-6280, ext. 229.

I I Spefei lAillmt?; :Opens: at HospitalA

four-bed special care unit opened Patients are admitted to the unit respiratory failure, multiple 1'
last week at Bradford Hospital, via doctor's orders and must meet trauma, acute renal failure severe
the first of its kind in the area. the admitting criteria. Potential reaction to drugs and/or treatment,
"Seriously ill patients may now be reasons for admission to SCU include shock, coronary. artery disease and
treated in Bradford Hospital rather unstable angina, acute arrhythmia.
than transferred to another I
hospital," said Dr. George Restea,
Medical Director of the unit. Restea See me atm OPEN
said that for patients who may have MQN.gp } .
had a heart attack, "we now have a TerwillegarMotors M
greater ability to respond and o Nopr BEEP M
monitor." Restea,who has a private -I s 4t
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"The unit is designed to provide 209 W. Madison St. Starke
constant surveillance and intensive MON-SAT 8:30-7: Normans Meat SpecialsWhole

care nursing to patients suffering 964-7500 SUN 9-6
from acute, but potentially reversi-
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Director of Nursing. Fryers CubeSteak

Twin Pack BonelessRoundSteak

590 $2.29 ib

(limit 2 packs) Family Pack .. $.. .79 lb-- .

Community Bankof Family PacCHICKEN

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StarkeBradford Franks 4.99 each

Smoked Neckbones .790 lbNorman's

Square Shopping Center 964-7830 3 Breast

Quarters Fresh Collard

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Quarters SUN 9.6Palla

3 Wings Red Zipper Cream

JjjA 3 Giblet packs Apples.69CIb Peas

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Two Deaths at FSP by' ElectrocutionTwo Good SelectionTo $andf Huses.nrrsrraraar .

deaths occurred last week at in the Miami suburb. One of the White's execution was the state's He apparently was electrocutedabout
Florida State Prison, one in the gunmen, Marvin Francois, was executed first in 15 months. 11 a.m. August 27 as he attempted Choose From
death chamber and one in the prison in May 1985. The other trig- to drill a hole through
garment factory. german John Ferguson, is still on Inmate Gary L.Tucker,serving a plywood while repairaing or install
Death Row. A fourth accomplicewho life sentence with a mandatory 25 in the garment factory,according NO
Death row inmate Beauford White acted as a get-away driver years before possiblity of parole, to prison spokesman Bob
was put to death in the electric chair pleaded guilty to a lesser offense and was killed accidentally while working MacMaster.Tucker died as a resultof DOWN PAYMENTC
last Friday August 28, for the 1977 already has served his prison time. with an electric drill. a electrical shock.
shooting deaths of six people in
Carol City. Under Florida law,an accomplicecan Tucker was sentenced in 1974! in & C Mini-Storage
be condemned to death for Involvement Tucker,31,had been at the prsion Hillsborough to 20 years released in 301 South
White stood guard while two accomplices in a robbery if a murder since 1982 after a firstdegreemurder Sept. 1979! resentenced for violationof Hwy t
actually shot the people in results,even if the accomplice playsno conviction in Hillsborough probation Feb. 1980 and in Dec. 964.8848
the home of a small time drug dealer direct part in the killing. County. 1981 was sentenced to life.

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Three Men ArrestedFor Damage to the BMW was $4,000. Car Strikes Tree onto CR-18, rotated counterclockwise
Damage to the Chevrolet was$2,000. Ends In DitchAn and came to rest in the
Growing Pot Bond for Bronson on the DUI northside ditch.
arrestedfor charge was set at $362.50. He was early Sunday morning acci- Bates was charged with no valid
Three Starke
men were resultof released on his own recognizance. dent, August 20, left a 24-year-old driver's license,no tag and careless yF
last week as a
the Hampton woman facing traffic driving, according to Ethridge.
the air-surveillance over
Trash charges but with no apparent in- Damage to the Mercury was$500.
Speedville area in Bradford County. Dumps HOME CENTRAL AIR q t
Kenneth Lee Cooper,24,Sam Hut. Gets ArrestedA juries.
chison, 26, and Timothy Lavain A 1977 Mercury northbound on ClarificationPhilippe by A top notch: unit especially dosign
Flowers, 26, were charged with 59-year-old Starke man was arrested CR-221 at 1:35 a.m.ran off the pave- ,.d for mobile home Ask about
Joel DeMirza,
manufacturing of cannabis, according August 30 after he illegally ment onto the shoulder. The vehicle charges, did not live on Dlf f ,,,/ ''I'"' ',"''noney down sacial
Carlotta Bates, drug
his trash. driven by Sheila
to Don Denton. dumped $4oe 1uidS .
5er da
Robert RicharLanier's
or propertyon eec1
The three men were arrested last While on routine patrol Patrolman then ran through the stop sign across j
Little Lake Santa Fe.
observed Rickey CR-18 and struck a tree accordingto
John Hodges
after marijuana
Thursday Friday Old Kenneth Ethridge.After DeMirza lived on Lanier property Z
found in garden Junior Gunter drive off Lawtey Trooper SAWYER
plants were '
Santa Fe Lake in 1981.
on .
travelled back
Road near the city limits north impact the Mercury -
in the southern section of Brad- --
ford plots County off SR-100 on CR-21B. Market Road and proceed to throw Ir ..11 u 4. .Cf :m1tt':JjIl', Hei-;): ..
328 plants ranging from six to ten trash from the back of his truck onto .
332 W. MADISON ST. P11. 96b7701SAWYER
feet tall were found August 25 by the right of way.
sheriff's deputies and Florida Gunter was charged with dumping ATTENTIONBOW
Department of Law Enforcement of trash and driving while license
ficers. suspended,said Hodges.
Bond for each of the men was set Bond was set at $601.25 he was
at$1,000,they were released on their released on his own recognizance. HUNTERS
own recognizance.

Minor InjuriesIn ARCHERY SALE
Driver ChargedIn Fender BenderMinor _

AccidentA injuries were reported in a & SEMINAR
fender bender on SR-16 August 26.
46-year-old Melrose man was
charged with driving under influence Wendall Coman Lanier, 29, ofMelrose
August 25 after causing an driving a 1973! Mercury, Saturday Sept. 12 10 to 3
accident in Starke. was eastbound on SR-16 when Brian
Larry Lavern Bronson driving a Bundy Thomas, 23, of Starke, driv- Bring Your Bow and Let Our Expert
1979 Chevrolet, southbound on ing a 1979! Mercury, westbound on
US-301, attempted to turn east on SR-16 drove left of center and struck Tune It Up...
SR-100 in front of a 1986 BMW, the eastbound vehicle, according to
driven by Kimberly Rose Barnes,31, Patrolman Kathy M. Mercer. Super Prices on Many Items
of Jacksonville.The BMW hit the Damage to the two vehicles totall-
right side of the Chevrolet, according ed $4,500. Thomas was at fault for
to Patrolman Al Chapman. failure to yield right of way.

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H. .ION P.g.7


Obituaries -

Mr William Barr Born in Callahan, Mr. Nettles Audrey Thornton and Beatrice Starke, died Sunday, Aug. 30 at his ville and Marie Prescott of Starke; A lifelong resident of Union County -
Mr. moved to Starke about 58 years ago. Strickland both of Starke; two residence following a brief illness. 16 grandchildren and 13 great Mr. Roberts owned and operateda
William J. Barr
,94,of Park of sisters of Starke and Raiford Mr. farm. He was employed in his ear-
the Palms, died He was employed by Dave Paulk as, Violet Stewart Born Sept. 2. 1913 in grandchildren.
In Bradford Thursday In Aug.Starke'following 27 a construction dragline operator until Grealding Blossom of South Ritch has lived in Starke his entire Funeral services were held Tues- ly life with the Florida Highway
Hospital ill health forced his retirement.He Carolina; brother, Harry Nettles of life. He was self-employed, owning day, Sept. 1 in DeWitt C. Jones Patrol. He was also a school bus
an extended illness. was a Baptist. Texas; and 13 grandchildren. and operating Ritch's Ornamental Chapel with Casey Carlisle and driver for the Union County School
Born Mar. 21, 1893 in Ireland, Mr. Survivors include his wife, Martha Funeral services were conducted Concrete & Gift Shop, and was a Harold Dowdy officiating. Burial System and retired as a correctional
Barr moved to the United States in Ann Prescott Nettles of Starke; two Monday at the Chapel of Archie Tan member of Southsiae Church of followed in Prevatt Cemetery of officer from RMC several years ago.
1925 and to Keystone 16 years ago daughters, Linda Sanders of Jefferson ner Funeral Home in Starke with Christ in Starke. Starke under the direction of Jones He was a member of the First Chris-
from member Hollywood of Park, Fla.of the He was a Ga., and Sandra Cooper of Rev. Gene Bass officiating. Burial Survivors include his wife, Jessie Funeral Home of Starke. tian Church and the Woodmen of the
Thomasville, Ga.; son Stephen Net- followed at Dyal Cemetery under the Thelma Ritch; three daughters, World.
Church and retired from the tles of Nicholson, Ga.; three step- direction of Archie Tanner Funeral Yvonne J. Thomas of Jacksonville, Mr. Herman S. RobertsMr. Survivors include his wife Mn.
American Blower
Include Company. sons, Leon, William and Henry Home. Vonda T. Wall and Bonnie L. Lan- Herman Shepherd Roberts, Loca Crews Roberts of Lake Butler;
Survivors' three sons, Cooper, all of Starke; four step- dry, both of Starke; two sons,JamesM. 74, of Lake Butler, died Monday at son, Sanford Roberts of Chiefland;
William of MIch.Hollywood and Howard, Ernest of daughters, Betty Ann Kight and Mr Carlyle M. Ritch and Glenn C., both of Starke; two his home after an apparent heart at two daughters, Hilda Mallard of
Beaverton, of N.
Hollywood, Calif.; brother, Thomasof Katie Hardin, both of Plant City, Mr. Carlyle Marks Ritch, 73, of sisters,Frankie Kitchen of Jackson, tack. (- fog. I Iki

Long Beach, Calif., five grand- / .
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children and four great I -
grandchildren.Funeral -' ," -
services were held Satur- / ..' ,.,
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day, Aug. 29, In Park of the Palms "- .
Chapel with T. E. Wilson and James . ..... :
Gilbert officiating. Burial followedin '
Keystone Cemetery under the :
direction of Jones Funeral Home of

Donald L. BurgenerMr.

Donald Leroy Burgener,46, of
Ocala, died August 27 in Boston,
Mass., following a truck accident.
Born in White Plains, Texas, Mr.
Burgener was a resident of Lawtey,
before moving to Ocala, where he ki--- y. i
was employed as a truck driver. He \a-**
was a Protestant.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. -
Catherine Burgener of Ocala; four 30 DAYS LEFT TO CLEAR OUT
children, Daniele, Denise, Rhonda
and Randy, all of Ocala; and one
brother, Dewey Dougherty of '
Lawtey. ALL 87s IN STOCK
Funeral services were held Sept. lat .
Archie Tanner Funeral Home
Chapel with Rev. Ray Williams of- '
ficiating.Cemetery.Burial followed In Lawtey AND MAKE ROOM FOR THE 88s

Mrs. Nannie K. Clark

Mrs. Nannie Kate Clark, 94, of
following Hampton,an died extended at her home illness.Aug. 21, That's why we want you to

Born in Naylor, Ga., she moved toElfers.
Fla.. in 1921, then to St.
Petersburg in 1932, and finally to
Hampton in 1986 where she resided
with her son. She was Methodist. WRITE YOUR OWN DEAL
Survivors include three sons,
William Clark of Crescent City,
Thaire Clark of Hampton, and Ray
Clark of Phoenix, Arizona;
daughter, Ruth Newcomer of
Bridgewater, N.J.; brother, Gilliam
Raymond of Clearwater; sister, *****
Maggie Bell Lewis of Holiday, Fla.; '
15 grandchildren, 23 great I
grandchildren and 7 great-great- ( '
grandchildren. \
Funeral services were held Mon- iII
day, Aug. 24 at Elfers Cemetery, ,' ,
with Archie Tanner Funeral Homeof ,
Starke in charge of ar

rangements.Mr. (,
W. R. ConnerMr. ms\\ !. -:! ,

W?'R. "Conner, 83, of Starke Vernon Reddish Jack Coleman Lorna Reddisn Tom Smith Mack McClendon
died Sunday, Aug. 30 at BradfordHospital
following an extended il-

Iness.A life-long. resident of Bradford We will not refuse reasonable offeron
County, Mr. Conner was retired any
from the Florida State Prison
system as a correctional officer. He
was a member of the Pine Level in !
Baptist Church. any new car our inventory
Survivors include one son, Earl D.
Conner; four daughters, Joyce Coleman -
Nancy Coleman and Betty
Griffis, all of Starke and Barbara SPRINT
Crawford of Kingsley Lake; two
brothers,Marcus and Loran Conner, Chevy Nova Sedan
both of Starke; four sisters,Mrs. Ida
Mae Shaw, Mrs. Roberta Sapp, Mrs.
Edith Hutchison and Mrs. Elinora
Schaffer, all of Starke; 16 grand-
children and 24 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were conducted
Tuesday, Sept. 1 at Pine Level Bap--
tist Church with Rev. Roman
Alvarez officiating. Burial will be in .
Conner Cemetery with Archie Tan
ner Funeral Home of Starke in
charge of arrangements.Mrs. .

Catherine DowlingMrs.

Catherine Steiner Dowling,
81, of Jacksonville,died Wednesday
afternoon, Aug. 26, in the Beauclerc
lness.Manor Care Center after a long il- Yours for Invoice

Born in Beaver Falls, Pa., Mrs.
Dowling lived most of her life in .
Union County and Duval County. She
was a Methodist. Plus $50.
Survivors include daughter,
Merilyn Dowling Brown of Jackson-
ville; two grandchildren and three
greatgrandchildren.Funeral .
services were held Saturday -
in the Chapel of Archer Funeral _
Home with Rev. Donald Dalton of -
ficiating. Burial followed in Mt.Zion iCu11as
Cemetery under the direction of Archer -
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.

Mr. Harry FertigMr. f

Harry Fertig, 79, of Starke,
died Saturday, Aug. 29 at his home
following an extended illness.
Born and rats-,'1 New York, Mr.
Fertig moved iami In 1946,
where he owned am operated a silk
screen printing business until his
retirement. He moved to Starke in
1980 and was a member of the
Presbyterian Church of Starke.
Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Monte
Mildred Fertig; two sons,Douglas of Carlo
Starke and Daniel of Hacienda Hts.,
Calif.; daughter, Mrs. Cynthia Good Selection of
Vigueras of Gilbert, Arizona; sister, Test Drive any
Mrs. Mattie Hager of Tamarac, Delta 88's, 88 Chevy ,
Fla.; and three grandchildren.
Memorial services will be Sunday Vehicle in StOCK all
Trucks and the new
Sept. 6 at 2:30: p.m., at the .
Church of Starke with

Presbyterian Rev. Tanner Jerry Patton Funeral officiating.Home is Archie in- and be eligible to win "Beretta's" in stock.

charge of arrangements.In .
lieu of flowers, please make tickets to the
donations Building to the Fund PresbyterianChurch in memory of ((2)) ORlAN WELLS II

Harry Melvin Fertig. Ray NettlesMr. Florida Georgia Game. Chevrolet Oldsmobile l 1 J JSepkmM

Melvin Ray Nettles, 62, of
Starke, died Saturday morning at
Alachua General Hospital in
Gainesville, following an extended

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to the Bradford County engine with chrome goodies", drive- COTTAGES Fully furnished Dolly 205 N. Tempi. I
T.I.graph office In writing and paid in on trailer Extra sharp Lt. weekly monthly rotes. Also mobile CORNER BUILDING and/or restaurant II
advance unless/ credit it already blue/metalflake./ MUST SELL. Reducedto home park spaces for rent and homes equipment for (ease. Will sell equipment I
established with this office $4,500. 7823660. TFjm for sale MT. VIEW RESORT U.S. 64E seperately. Across from Santa Fe Terwiileqar
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CANNOT BE Highlands Rd., Franklin. N.C. ((704)) .....NEW LISTINGS.....
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN multi-color sails, whit. hulls, like new 524-4605. 6/11 tfnchg location In town. 964-7183. 8/6 tfnchg
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER double trapoise and harness with VACATION RENTAL Franklin. N.C., 2 FOR LEASE! 1,000 sq. ft., 301 South next Unbelievable! 60 great acres North of Railord on Rd.229(Union County).
THE TELEPHONE. /frailer, and sail box 4500. 4732435. BR furnished cottage with deck to United Really 964-8848. 964-8447 65x24 doublewlde. 3 barns 2 septic tanks 2 well. 2 pumps. Selling price
Claiiifled deadline I I. TUESDAY Itpd 9/3 overlooking beautiful mountain, or eves, 4733627. 4/16 tfnchg $75,0001 With $25,000 down payment owner will finance at 10% Interest.
NOON prior to Thursday publication. 9647210. hod 93FINANCIAL COMMERCIAL PROPERTY laundromat Fact, not fiction'
Classified display deadline I.TUESDAY LAND FOR SALE eight-unit apartment building one Benefit Galore 11.364 sq. ft. brkk. commercial building. 140 S. Thompson
5:00: P.M. Special Classified display SERVICESNEED house, and one cottage. All Income St. This property is In the Enterprise Zone which offers jobs credit ton
placement is NOT Guaranteed. producing property Located on Hwy credit sales tax exemptions, re-development trust fund.
Minimum charge for classified ads IsIS 13 ACRES ((4V acres cleared rest In HELP 301 In downtown Starke. $175,000. Property Enoy| a lovely Sunset on Sampson Lake: large high and dry lot. dock
words for $3.50. then 15 cents for good timber) 2 BR mobile home usedas We buy houses, FHA or VA Mortgages recently appraised at $235,000. 1985 doublewlde. 3 BR, 2 Ba, fireplace, deck facing lake side.
each word thereafter a rental at entrance of property. Some Conventional. Elaine 473.2438; 9645139. 9/3 2tpd 9/10 What You See I. What You Get I 436 Polk St.. ftidgewoy singlewide. 2 BR.
Several money-making pecan trees Brenda 4733672. 7/9 2tchg 7/16 2 boo stove, refrlg central heat. AC unit. Florida room carport utility
around mobile home $28,000 You bldg., fenced. Owner will consider
PERSONALS Finance Call for appt. 964-6305 days or . .
964 6493 after 6 p.m. TFo| ....COMMERCIAL....
ALONE" Call BRINGING PEOPLE LOT IN CITY $6,000. Call 964.5764; after 301 N: 1.5 acres,MH hook-up 2 bldg.240"on 301. great value $ 37.000 '
TOGETHER I Stark'* most respected 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn : \\AcceIerafeft JReaIfyttac.9644544 \ : 301 N: by Econo lodge 165.01'on 301 $120.000
dating service since 1977. All ages including 44 ACRES with 2 BR house or will divide 301 N: approximately 150'x opprox. 220 $125.000
senior citizens into 10 ocr. or more tracts 964-7771 or 301 N: Dairy Queen Building, lease option? $ 93.000
1-800-648-4401. 4/2 tfn_ 964.4537.5/14 TFchg : : 301 S: 193'301 frontage $ 85.000
1.27 ACRES: shady close to lakes Southof 301 and Washington Street 262.5. 105' $ 91.500
R.V.s CAMPERS, Starke. Call 282.3057 eves 8/27 301 S: 270 ft.on 301 opprox.2 acres $150.000

TRAVEL TRAILERS 4tchg 9/17 1520 s. Walnut St. m .....ACREAGE.....

I 0 I (Hwy. 301 S.) LI3 Rd. 100 East, 1.37 acres, wooded and platted $ 7.000

1973 MOTORHOME 53900. 4311050. WANTED Starke FL 105th Ave., lawtey: 2% acre cleared $ 8.000
8/20 4tchg 9/10 REALTOR Hampton- 438 acres.This property has everything $438.000

22 FT. MOTORHOME Douglas on Chevy WANTED TO RENT! I yr. min. 3 BR 2 Wayne E. Douglas. MSA Lawtey: 5 acres, 105th Ave., good investment 13.000
k chassis, .self-contained nice Inside and both house, large yard within 10 miles 4 Rd 100 E:12: acres plus fish pond wide open space S 26.000 I
I Designated Appraiser Flume Rd.. 9 Club. Condos?Time Shore? 49.000
out. 6 cyl. Industrial engine, 3 speed. of Camp Blending No children. acre* join Country
Sleeps 6. 2950. 964-85O3 after 4 p.m. 473.4674.8/20 SR 16 West opp o... 7 acres 13.000
4tpd 9/10 / / /
8/27 2tpd 9/3_ WANTED TO BUY about 50 pounds of Homes* Lots / Acreage Waterfront Oklawaha River 3 beautiful acre, river frontage $ 15,000 I!

REAL ESTATE pecan seedlings 9648392. Itpd 9/3 %/ Farms S Commercial Primitive Baptist Church Rd.: 20.16 acres 3 _II.. II
WORK WANTED: Experienced nurse's 2 septic tanks, 2 poles, owner finance $ 50.000 I
FOR SALE aide/companion. Mature, reliable Excellent FARM FOR SALE- 41* ACRES- R,2 BA Block Home,Fireplace Or will split each $ 27.000 1'

references. Call Fay 4962980. w/Buck Stove Swimming Pool,Some Land in Pasture,some Ready to Farm & Brownlee Rd.: 36.43 acres, owner finance, great location $ 82.332 6

OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and Itpd 9/3 Wooded Areas, Fenced and Cross Fenced Creek RIIn.through Back of Property, Bayless Owner Hwy finance- 50 acres, ".ggs-octly"what, frame home A egg need farm $250.000

dry wooded lots. Mobile home cabin 32'x 36' Cypress Bam,S 140000. you v
camping OK.Hunting and fishing. WATERFRONT JUST REDUCED Owner financing on this Old Fashioned Frame Home 4BR, .....HOMES....
$5.450 w/$150 dn.. $63.71 monthly PROPERTY 2BA,CH/A Just Painted Inside and Out, Has IBR, IDA Apartment w/scparate Keystone Heights Townhouse. Geneva Spring, 2.265 sq. h.,
((904)) 236-4579 days ((904)) 622.2438 Entrance 5 } acres,48900. 3 BR.3 Ba. 2 cor garage&2 space,90% financing $ 84.000
eves. 2/12 tfn SAMPSON LAKE. 3 BR, 2 Both fireplace Francis St.: 3 BR, 1 Ba,CB. privacy fence back $ 33.000
ANTIQUE BRICK HOME: W/SWIMMING POOL. Formal Laving & dining Melton Terrace comfortable $ 49.500
dock 4 Inch well $62,000. 4733843. :3 BR. 2 Ba CB.CKSA.Convenient
MOTORCYCLESGOIDWING 7/30 tfnchgSAMPSON/ Rooms, 3BR 3BA, Family Room w/Fireplace,Large Screened Porch w/BBQ Alvarez' Court: 2 BR. I Ba. landlord off your payroll 20.000
LAKE ESTATES Lake front Grill, Guest House w/Bath Pool has diving Board and other Accessories VA Lake Butler: 4 BR, 2 Ba.90 yeast memories $ 26.000
1910 and lake access lots available from Assumable Mortgage, 4 Lots. Rd 100 across New River Bridge MH 3.33 acre*- S 47.500
loaded black and i
chrome, runs and looks new $2,200. $9000. Zoned Rat, mobile home. 3 ''smiles NICE, NEAT FRAME HOME-2BR, 1 BA,Stove,Refri., Dishwasher,Ceiling adjoining 3.66 acres no residence, seclusion $ 12.000 I
964-4368 after 5 p.m. 8/27 2tpd 9/3 west of Stork on beautiful. Fans, CI I/A Large Screened Porch 22'x 30' Barn, 3.9 Acres, Good Price. Edwards Loop: 3 BR. 2 Ba, 1 acre,let's go country S 62.000 i
1978 HONDA 750 automatic transmission. Sampson Lake ((2000 + acres) Ex. LIVE TilE SATISFIED Orange and Pratt: 2/1 frame, handyman'dream $ 25.000
COUNTRY LIFE 3BR/1BA Frame and DW Mobile
fairing and travel trunk Included. cellent fishing skiing and boating. Breaker- 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oak Sub..extra lot 44.000
904964.7755 Home in Excellent Condition w/covered Patios and Carport,Well & Septic,
$600. Phone 473-4508 after 4 Itpd Meng Dairy Rd.: 2.25 acres,3/1 CB CH/A. so near 40.000
p.m. .ve.533.2038 Owner/broker 8, 13 tfnchg Blueberry Plants & Pecan Trees 6.92 :T Acres.
9/3.: Crosby Lake and canal. MH.corner lot live and fish S 42.00O I
ROBINS AND ROSES 2BR/2BA Block Home Extra Large LivingDiningArea Crosby lake Canal: 2 BR. 1 Ba.CH/A,frame $ 41.000
All Across America Family Room, Breakfast Room, Kitchen has Plenty of Cabinets,Garage on 3 Klngslay Lake Village:2 BR. 1 Ba. Frame, S lots Incom. $ 29.500 I
.....LOTS..... :
LORRAINE CHAMPION EASY DRIVING TO CECIL FIELD Brick,5BR.2BA.Split Floor Plan, Lakefront lots and lake access lot
ASSOCIATE BROKER Living Room w/Fireplace, Formal Dining Room,Kitchen w/Plenly of Cabinets,& Prices range from $ 9,000to$21,000 I'

j. STROUT REALTY snack Bar, Utility Room,Garage,on I Acre. Country Club Estates: 2 lots.On.Acre'each $ 7.5O01S 8.SOO I
QUIET AND PEACEFUL Block Home,3BR.2BA Family Room CH/A Kingsley Lake Village: 2 lots $ 4.500 j I

R IncorporatedLie. .al E.tot.8rok.r Range,Refri.,& Dishwasher 1,738 SIP,Chain Link Fence. Nice Property. Crosby Lake Lot 2: Make Offer 17.000 '
COMPLETE THIS 2-STORY CEDAR HOUSE SBR.3BA.Formal Living & Washington and Cherry:2lots: $ 8.00O15.000
Winding Tree lake Lot 244, Florida Frontier. . $-
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838 N. Temple Av*>. Dining Rooms,Recreation Room,Utility Room,Large Front &Back Porches,7.6 After Hour I I

, (U.S. Hwy. 301) Bui. ((904)) 964.8931 Acres.. . Pauline Randolph ''lv"--". ,'. ;l4-6323

9 Stark., FL 32091 Rot. 473.3096 WALK TO SCHOOL Block Home,3BR, 1 1/2 BA,Living Room John Langford Master Appraiser 494-221 I

Dming-Kitchen Combo,Central Heat,$35,900. Anne Terwllleaar Nelson 473-7541

COUNTRY LIVING Brick Home, SBR, 1 1/2 BA,Range& Refri.,Well & Randy Cory 47J-JM7
Septic,Nice Lot

i SHADE TREES AND PORCHES 3BR/2BA Doublewide Well&Septic, 1.72
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s 2 Lots In Northeast Section or City 700 Bradford Court in Starke

LAWTEY .2 Lou Inside City Limits Zoned for Mobile Home.

.TEN ACRES: Bradford County 13th Street.N.E.,Pecan Grove. COMING SOON -
LOT ON LAKE GENEVA 100x790 fl,on the water!
1052 ACRES Northeast Alachua County. Priced To Sell. One. and Two Bedroom Apartments:

10 ACRES in South Clay County Residential Agricultural$17,900. Available September
.20 ACRES NW Bradford County,Residential-Agricultural. ,

.LAKE LOTS Crosby&Sampson Lakes,Owner Financing. .'was to'Wall carpettna.Central'' nat&atApplances
.4.55 ACRES 2.16 "Indudn*frestfre*refrigerater
ACRES: Near Graham Zoned for MH. .
Conveniently pre wied for cabI.TV and let.
Susan M. Faulkner, GRI.CRB PRESIDENT .CITY LOTS On Ilwy 16W,2 Blocks from 301. .Specially. designed unit*for_appall!
.CITY BLOCKS FOR SALE Northeast Section. Ccki.p", ated laundry Private pattosOutside

1 !FJilfl.Ll( pY IJC HWY 301 SOUTH Two separate parcels.' Good Business location. ..Spacious storage closet. *compartment* ,tee ',\

HWY 301 SOUTH S Acres near Earleton Beach 210'on Highway. '
I. Located Hwy.301.2 Blks S. SR.100, 221 W. Lafayette Street COMM BLDG.IN CITY Approx. ISOOO'q ft floor space. FROM ONLY $22O. ruuiunims

Rental information available at
IP TOUR MIND I* ON' REAL F*TATC-OR THING RELATED the construction trailer or caD:
((813) 443.3251 MorvFrl 9-5PM i iI

We've had record breaking sales this 1;

past year! As a result of these sales our *HOMES IN THE COUNTRY* s 1,

ONE OF THE FINEST 3/2 Doublewldes built on 3 acres manicured land on i
listing inventory is low. e a paved rood with a side access rood. $49.900. '

*OWNER SAYS GET OFFER doublewlde. 10 acres of good land $47.000. \
; flSeD. fT $ *2 MOBILE HOMES on 2.9 acres. Forsyth Rood.
: r *MH AND lf+ ACRES Private, but only 10 minute from Stork*. 3/2 !
9644522STARKE. doublewlde with large open country porch an 19 acre of sheer privacy.
on one acre .
In order to Increase our Inventory we are offeringthe FL *
MOBILE HOME WITH ADDITIONS built on plus many extras. South of Stark
following FREE NO OBLIGATION SERVICES e eI on 2.5 acre $32,500 with owner financing. I
*A SPECIAL' BUY 2 BR. 1 BA. central H&A. on major highway. $26.500.
Siiann* *JUST OFF SOUTH 301 Mobile home 3 BR. 1 BA. on 1.4 acre
t *CRYSTAL LAKE AREA Need lots of space?Over 2.0OO sq. ft. In this better
FREE MARKET ANALYSIS r than new brick home 3 BR. 2 BA. CH&A on 2 lot*. $110.000
f *LAWTEY AREA 3/2 CB. CH&A. opprox. 1.500*q. ft. on 1 ocre. $53.900.

We'll compare your home or property to 'ol ". LAKE LOTS LAND BUILDING LOTS*
p4 !lfri; f 'A/p/ 'iHtffife ;
others that have sold making adjustmentsfor : ni 11 ACRES On SR 16 5 Morgan Rd. Seller motivated.
$ *
.iro' if | differences and give an estimated i* Cdmmenia* ; 0uthe *
you Appraisal* lo Re td nc* Farni KINCSLSY LAKI VILLAGE 2 lots for$5.500.

price change. 1 LOT ON BROOKLYN LAKE COVE. Beautiful beach. $30.000.

BEAUTIFUL BRICK 4 BR. 2 Ba, CH4A. fireplace, energy efficient on 3 acresIn *SAMPSON CITY AREA Deer Hunting I* good on 3 acre. Heavy j
Starke. Price lust reduced to $83.000. Owner needs to sell timber. Close to Sampson Lake $32.000. Owner finam ..
FREE use of moving machine *COUNTRY CLUB Building lots from $6.500. Some) with owner financing.
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and referral service .
*VACANT & READY TO MOVE INTO C/B. 3/1. clese to new Wlnn-DI.I., *MOBILE HOME PARK SITE. 8 acre Market Hood w/logrew on US 301.City
'S2S.OOO. Innovative financing available. Will consider lease with option. water & sewer available Sta.....
j | We'll contact an ERA Broker )In new city
your *
*LEASE W/OPTION TO BUY Exceptional Brick Home In absolutely the best LAKE BUTLER 1.300 sq. ft. building on 104 x 208 lot. Plenty of parking.
and within 6 minutes receive pictures of location.3 BR. 2 BA over 1,600 sq.ft. living area double garage CH/A. 1201 x *TURN KEY OPERATION Boat manufacturing the popular Slvmpknocker.

homes in the new area, over our moving 300' lot city water < sewer $70.500. and Criffcraft fishing boat Owner assistance.
IN THE BEST AREA On Besscnt Road lovely 3 Bedroom 3 bath separate *ON HWY. 301 Apartment complex, full occupancy call for detail..
machine *2400 SQ. FT. Spanking new warehouse 3 Large overhead roll-up doa
dining room double garage, many amenities. On 3 acres, 110000. a.
FOR THE GOLFER Country Club over 1V4 acres, 3/2. All brick, sunken living INVESTORS Plnaong S/O. Paved road through property. Owner fin.
window extras. 79500. *US 301 Vacant land available. Assorted size & acreage. Call for Info.
room fireplace, telling to floor many
*DEER RUN Immaculate living In this 32 ft. MH. Concrete pad security *OUT OF STARKE

4 Call one of our Professionally trained lights, stocked lake. Ideal for retired. Only $13,500. *LAKE BUTLER Price reduced to $30,000. Owner need to sell '--. Will
IMMACULATE IN STARKE, CH&A, 2 car carport, 100 X 100 lot. $53.000.
sacrifice to buy larger home In the country. Hurry.
staff today at: 3 BR, 1300 ft. $28,000.
EXCEPTIONAL over sq. *WEEKEND RETREAT 75 ft. on Hart Lake w/3 BR MH. QUA. $30.000.
*SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3 BR, IBa. approx. 1400 sq. ft., 39900. *HISTORIC BEAUTY' 2 story 3/2 CH/A. craftsmanship unavailable.
9645069or HANDY MAN SPECIAL Brick home, opprox. 150 X 200 lot 20000. *KEYSTONE High Ridge Estate. 3/2 mobile. $30.000.
FRAME HOME on N. Church St. Immaculate. Only 28600. *REDUCED ".000 FOR QUICK SALE RAIFOUD ARIA Brick 3/2 $65.000. I
after hours call: *PRICE REDUCED 3/1 CB CHSA In Stark Owner financed. 36000. LAKE*- --- d
*WALK TO EVERYTHING 3/1 frame, nice lot. 23500.
REALTOR ASSOCIATES EVENINGS *"PERSONALITY" HOUSE on shaded corner lot. Detached garage with shop. *ALMOST NEW CONTEMPORARY. Immaculate. 75 ft. lake) front $ioeon ,
Irene L. Faulkner- 964-5142 CH Move right 'In. Reduced to 23000. *BRICK HOME many ...tras. 75 ft. of white sandy beach. Only SI7.000. i
school *A Fremei CHI A. dock and boat ouw. 115000.
-Jucl.If.Spry ._. 964-342.0 FRAME 3/1, close to 21500.
*2 CONCRETE ILOCK HOMES side by side, CH/A, $45,000 each. We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties




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Starke. Keystone Heights.

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looks good, runs strong. $2400 or' 7823003. 8/6 chgtfn mHtd to the Let Region Monitor. office mn DfttECTI .. .... ft TOM SEIZED ProperMe on Lake Genevo. Efficiency stoning ot
YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOI might take trad of ?? 9644368. 8/27 LICENSED RN NEEDED of Whispering ) In turning end ... *. Call .TODAY for FACTS $150 ......Iy. Monthly or seasonal dl.
STORE chaos from:Jean/sportswear, 2tpd 9/3 Pine Care Center. 3-11 charge nurse ...... edIt as sh a.In..aLJ..d l-SIO-499-3346 at H3339A: (soft refundable count. Special rote for year round.
ladle. apparel moos children/mater- 199 CHEW IMPALAs runt great good full.time. PIN LPN1 needed. EC*. with thin........ )34.. .. 3 pd B/27-9/IO Lake Geneva Rental 4732919. 4tchg
nlly, large dies, petite, body and engine. $599 or best offer. Phone 9646220. Experienced need only MONITOR STAFF CANNOT K MELD KEYSTONE CLUB TAns now 3M, 8/13-9/3
doocweor/oeroblc. bridal lingerie or Ask for Jennifer. 964-7423 days or to apply. 2/12 tfn RESPONSIBLE FO MISTAKES IN 2BA,CM/A,laundry, near golf HOUSE FOB liNT On Lake Geneva
accessories *lor.. Add color analysis. 964-398S night and weekends. Itchg BOOKKEEPER part-time. 30 hr*. per CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER course. c--- ...$49.000.garage.475.2598.4fpd brand now 2M carpeted stove B
Brandt: Ux Clalborn. Gosolln, 9/3 week for lumber hardware company. TELEPHONE. 8/77-9/17 refrigerator laundry dock facilities

Healthtex. Levl. L*., Camp Beverly 1977 CUSTOM VAN: loaded. Also 20 ... Reply to: P.O. Box 364. lake Geneva.FL Classified deadline i* 1140.....prior 36JC7 MOOKI NOME FOR SALE 3BR.3BA. available.I You must see this on..
Hill. St.Mlchele. Cbous. Outback Red loaded. $3,600 for both. 8/13-9/3
camper 32660. 7/23 tfnchg to Thursday pubUoaUan.Mlnlrnwm 2 acres on paved rood paved 4732919.4tchg
Genesis. Forenia Organically Grown 964-8661. 8/27 2tchg 9/3 HIRINGI Government Job your __. cnaraa to I S word for 350. ...*...". 3 decks storage building, man SANDS LAM nn. IBA. with
over 2000 others Or $13.99 On. Prlc 1911 CHEVY MALIBU CLASSIC 4 door $15,000 $68.000. Call ((602) 838-8885 then 15 cant for each word....-" ..... kennel, .vt.rls. ceiling fens doth. 1295 per mo.. $200 deposit.
D..lgnr. Multi-tier discount sedan V-6 PS PB. AC. Clean Inside 9042497884. 4tpd 8/20-9/10
pricing or EXT 3493. 8/13 4tpd 9/13 Mwou_. fir....... safan.s* cftshv
family sho star. Retail prices needs pointing. $1.400. Call 964-6133 EXPERIENCED CARPET SEAMER for ..*.ot4*. low ........ $37 JOO owner LAKEFRONT.2BR.28A homo. AC. patio
unbelievable for quality shoes normally anytime. Itpd 9/3 doublewlde Call 782-3003.8/20 TFchg Bnontino. 4737685.27.9110 new Keyston Private. 4734186.
priced from $19 To $80. Over 250 1972 MERCEDES JSO: 3900. Excellent ..N.'.. Full-time part-time and PEN PERSONAL SERVICES LOT nus .2.Ue MOMU HOME 211I. 3tchg 8/20-9/3
brands 2600 styles. 14.800 to 26.900: condition. 9644238. 9/3 TFchg position available for ER and ISA. c. fral akr. IO.OOO cost FUINISHED STUDIO APARTMENT on
Inventory training fixtures, grand 1972 DATSUN TRUCKS $330. 9645872. MED/SURG floor In a small hospital 473-2730. 2sg V27-/3 lako Ge va. $275 per mo. Include

opening, airfare, .tc. Can open 13days. Itchg 9/3 specializing In plastic hand and PRESSURE WASHING HOMO otebdehomes. lAD SANTA VC HOUsa.'If............ utilities. 4732919.3tchg 8/20-9/3
Mr. Keenan ((305)) 366.8606. Itpd TWO VEHICLES 1974 Window FOR liNT 3BR doublewld < 2BR
Dodge reconstructive microsurgery. Apply to pools. docb. sidewalks Free ed. 3M. 154' M. beaunsul lot wilt Joke -
9/3 Van. $1200; 1983: Chevy10 Pickup personnel, Lake Butler Hospital and _t-. Coil Rob 4733590.' 3/5 OCCM Metro** 79000. 47S-3352. slnglewlde.' no pet. will sell.
long wheel ba... AT PS PB. $3500. Hand Surgery Center SR 121 B 100. tfnchg 4tchg 9/19/24 16592269. 2tchg 8/27-9/3
964.8906. Itpd 9/3 LAWN FOR RENT 2BR. I lA, mobile home, central
Lake &us lor. Flo. 32054. 496-2323. EOE. Trimming. dya.Coll ---- -- --- -
1913 MERCURY MARQUIS LS vinyl 8/20 3tchg 9/3 Th* Lawn Barber. 473-3590. Free HELP WANTEDROOKEfmACCOUNTANT air $230 per mo. 4732730. 2tchg
PERSONAL SERVICESWANT leather Interior premium sound CONSIDER SELLING INSURANCE Life of Estimates. 3/3 tfnchg: 8/27-9/3
system, elec. seats, excellent Georgia has full portfolio of products. CARPET CLEANING C ft B Carpet ft IAKI BROOKLYN 1 BR. large Florida
TO DRINK transportation. $4.993. Can be financ Experience helpful not necessary. Upholstery truck mounted, deep for day room, more. Shade B privacy, $300 per
THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS ed. See at 135 W. Call St., or call John Over 21. We will train. Excellent pay. steam attraction. 473-7770. Fraestimates. County CPA oHm. Computer ex- mo. plus deposit (negotiable)
.... ....._Narewok.r.Reeves.to .
perieno .
9646305. TF 473-3069. 9/3
WANT TO STOP local agency. For Interview, call 7/>>9ru Itchg
CPA P-O. Bra 575. JocfcsonvUI.
THAT'S OURS 3723686. 8/20ltchg 9/10 TO DOCTOR CM Errands
Alcoholics Anonymous 301 QUIK STOP accepting applications ? Cook? dean? Mow? Repairs? H. 32247. fchg VI3-/3 PETS
964-41$ -'''- 219 YARD SALES for full lima clerk.Apply in person. 2% Call 475.2531..sk far .---. 2tpd TOM COaMnUeairy for orivolo dtItot.OIK..lPN"a. .

pd thru 9/17 miles South 301. 8/27 2tpd 9/3 9/3-9/10 RST.liie rs.eil in work'ing MOVING MUST SELL pair S/S African
CHAIN UNK FENCE Installed. Fr. YARD SALE Stereo, comero. fur (ocket, ENJOY WORKING WITH DOGS? Full and HOME- --- IMPROVEMENT repays. adaVtion with limns ........ or hospic po- gray $6SO. S/S male double yellow
estimates. Handy-Man F.nc. Co. clothes, furniture, many more Items part-time positions' available, 6 day or complete> budding. 30 ._.. Call ... Welnese PersonnelR.gerry head amazon talks- $700. S/S female
Owner Tommy Reddish. 964.8559 Hn week. Call 4851174. 8/27 2tchg 9/3 years umbrella cockatoo $300. Tame male
too numerous to list.Saturday and Sunday ...porioncowng Bradford and day ol 338-2146 or I40O3423406.KX. .
HANDYMAN carpentry, painting electrical 8 miles West of Stark. on SR 100 RN/LPN WANTED to perform mobile Insurance Counties. 473-4018. 5/28 tfn chg *V2O- /IOEXraKMOO spectacled amazon $250. Cage
compl.t. horn repair. (at Fir. tower). Itchg 9/3 exams In Starka or_. Veni- FLOOR SAGGING? Door Draggng? LOCAL rAMTU AND available. 473-7685.3tpd 8/27.9/10
Reasonable rot... Licensed contractor. MULTI-FAMILY SALE Saturday.8.30a.m.: puncture experience required. Good Hous out of level? LaRu Lwj..-g IBpfR5QEDED -Cal Alan JuaffM at
RB0049306 Call Mitch. 4733940. l/9tfn 819 Parkwood Place. Itpd 9/3 pay. part-time llexible hour service for all your foundation........ 473-4824 or 0175-......2Tpd V27-/3 NOT
SEWING MACHINE REPAIR: All makes GRACE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 13965880. 2tod 9/10 4737721. 7/9 tfnchg HELP WANTED iwin OK!. Salary Hue
cleaned oiled and adjusted. $15. Used Lawtey. Saturday Sept. 3. It pet 9/3 CONSULTING DIETICIAN Position COMPLETE HOME REPAIR; carpentry room and board. 473-2881. Istfcg 9/3 Cj: Ow
sewing machines for sal.. James available in small hospital. 4 hourweek.
3-FAMILV YARD SALE Nice things car
Flexible schedule. painting electrical, plumbing.Reasonable HOMCWORXUS WAPITB Top p.,,. 121
Strickland Rd.and Salary plus t
corn.r Morgan
parts, ceramic, much mor. Com by rate. Licensed
cone/actor. ... N.W. Suit 222. Norman. ;
16. Stork.. 9648733. 3/19 tfn mileage. Apply to Personnel lake 24th A ;
to see us. Frl and Sat..91.-5.515 Alton R80049306.. Call
Mitch. 47320
LAWN SERVICE for residential and com Rd.. 8 a.m. til. Itpd 93FIIDAYSAT.SUNDAY. Butler Hasp. Hand Surgery Center OK. 73069. &/27 4Khg 9/17 :::>
mercial. Reasonable rates. Fr.. : 1002 Clark St. P.O. Box 7.... Lake Sufl_. Flo. 32O54. TFchg .., j)
9044962323. EOE. 9/3 2tchg 9/IO '"
estimates. 964.4238.7/16 tfnchgGLORIA'S
Turn *ast by Powll. then right on
MUSIC HOUSE ("udlo) Clark. Itpd 9/3 $16.707 to 559.148 Now hir MISCELLANEOUSPACK
per yeor.
MANY ITEMS too to mention.
lessons: Guitar Banjo Electric Bass
Call JOB 1-518-459-3611.. .xt.
Instructors Richard Kellogg ft Gloria Frl, Sot. and Sunday. 9456. Intersection RAT Buy. seE and... CJ08odi. w
F3377 for info. 24 hr. 9/3 3tpd 9/17
Bryant. Call Now 10 a.m. 2 p.m. ((904)) of Rd. 18 Rd. 325 and Rd. 221 In COMPANION FOR ELDERLY LADY bIo Hem and antiques.Used fumm.*.
9648120. Itfem Hampton. Itchg 9/3 glassware, jewelry and nsuch MOT*.
WANTED full time or part lime. Call
SATURDAY SEPT. Si Ladles, children Coma she for yours**. On* us**east rAmerica's k
964-8566 after 5 9/3 2tchg 9/10
clothe., shoes, misc. CR 125 West 8 p.m. of 100.
COMPLETE HOME REPAIR carpentry CHAPTER I THERAPIST for 0-5 yr. old. Keystone Height on Highway
pointing .(.cfricol, plumbing. a.m. to 7 p.m. Itpd 9/3 Located at Bradford Union Guidance 473.2183.3/5 tfnchg
Reosonobl rates licensed contractor GARAGE SALE Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 BROWNS FLOORING CARPET AND
Clinic. P.O. Box 399.St...... Fla.32O9I
RB0049306. Call Mitch. 4733940. 8/20 p.m. Household Items for col I.. 326 N. 964-8382. Qualifications: Bachelor VINYL SALES AND SERVICE ........

TFchg Myrtl. Itchg 9/3 degree with 2 *. experience in tion and ropoir*.AB wok gjuoronSoodand
WILL TAKE CARE OF ELDERLY 9647478. SATURDAY. Sept. S: 9 to 5 p.m.. 517 N. therapeutic classes, parent training priced la save you mnney.
8/27 2tchg 9/3 Orange St. In backyard. Clothe. training in testing In analysis. Send 4737933. Btpd B/27-1O/IS
ATTENTION WORKING MOMS AND shoes, knick-knacks, small appliance resume. Itchg 9/3
DADS Child care In my horn for and lots of things. Itpd 9/3 CARS
preschoolers. For more Information 104 W. BROWNLEE ST.: beginning Sept.3 $8.00 HOUR Earn $300 Kit Show toy
and Dishes, linens, small and gift FREE supplies and commission
9644780. Itpd 9/3 .
1968 MUSTANG CT COUPE 302 .use.factory
PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRS Don. by appliances. 9/3 2tpd 9/10 Coll Iris 964.2030 or 9644889. air. runs good sever rust. La-Z-Boy
qualified technician. 9645497. SOS W. WELDON ST.: in front of Rescue 7/30 tfnchg
piano port $2500. 4737685. 3 pd
Itpd 9/2 Station. Sat. and Sun., 9 to 5 p.m. Itpd REAL ESTATE LICENSING only $195. Call spore
8/27-9/10 4 W, Cfafl Sfr t
1-755-4040. North Florida Real Estate
9/3 :
WILL DO HOUSECLEANING In Stark 69 OLD CUTLASS S/S-.........350 CM. m. '
or_. 9648255. 9/3 2tpd 9/10 102 PARKWOOD PLACE Fri and Sat.. 9 College. 73OtfnEMERGENCY engine. Dependable. 5450 firm. .. ..
a.m. til. Itpd 9/3 SERVICES CONSULTANT: 473-7053 or 473-36OI.1tpd 9/3 |*.f HKI-WO, Saf. l0flf:00fr :
ON CHERRY STREET Saturday, Sept. 5. after hour and weekend. B-U 1 Tact retailD.l.tttf If Dfnmarax
9-3 p.m. Clothes, radio heater adding Guidance Clinic Inc., Starke.9648382.
machine, camera books. Itpd 9/3 Persons with mental health professional FOR SALE
MATHEWS REALTY SATURDAY SEPT.. S: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. or social services degree
Four miles West of Lawfey) on Hwy. desired, but is not required. Person LOWERY ORGAN with spear $700.
f- 441 W. Madison 225. Clothes for men women and such as psychiatric nurses. EMTs and neg. Couch C chair. French Pra.en .....
Starke. A 32091 children misc. household Items and other trained professionals may also groan K white $250. nag. SWIM
... ... toys. Itchg 9/3 apply. 8/20 3tchg 9/3 chair $65. neg 475-1634. 2Schg
BIG YARD SALE 2 block south Western EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN: salary or 8/27-9/3
IBN Steer. Jo-Lu Motel Frl and Sat. Itpd 9/3 commission you can decide what you RCA XLIBB 25" wood causal TV **f.
[B S moke. Send resume to SALESWOMAN.P.O. Work good. $175.473-35O4. Itpd 9/3
IVLnPLEI.Isn" Drawer A. Starke. Fla. 32091. FREE AaTENNA ........ 100 feet Jit eibMt
ANIMALSFOR 8/20 TFchg high. Several aerial CaR 473-4402
REALTOR 1LRYCEJocksorMite SALE TRAIL RESTAURANT of Lawtey will betaking oher 11 a.m. Itpd 9/3
Mu"plo, Listing Services application for experienced:
ONLY OXCkapr.M..S agent for this area waitresses and evening cook and
dishwasher Waiter and waitresses
bloodlines. 9644238. 8/13
-WALK TO SCHOOLs 3 PR. 1 110. Champion tfnchg must be 18 yrs.of ago.Apply in person MOVING SALE furmtur. tools __..

CHI A. 136.500.IROOKI.s CANARIES 1 yr. old with cage and only no phone calls. EOE. Way Mormon antique love seat, chair A sable. Finest Income Tax Course
76 acres, 2 story .stand $50. Mai I I. deep Other manager. 8/20 3tchg 9/3 Hoviksnd Chma. Fri. t Sat..Sept.4 B 5.
.house. 'enced posture creek, rolling orange. HOMEMAKERSI Kids In school? Need con.ng oinn?** Saxes now could offer you money-making opportunities and .
females, $15 each. Call 964-7840 B a.m. 6 p.m. 5455 County Rd- 352.Gatorbono ,
land. Stark. Itpd 93THOIOUGHIIED extra cash? Fro kit and supplies. loka. Itpd 9/3 save you money on your Morn ot IBM lima.e .

-STARKE. Large frame homo on 20 MARE Very gentle, Hous of Lloyd. Call Iris at 964.2030 or 4 FAMILY YARD SALE Lakeside Vales Morning, ofitemoon. e en ngj classes Reasonable course feee
Ac. with Iota 0' pecan tr.... good with children. 964.5713 or see In person at lot A-29 Waldo Flea Hwy 100. Fri. ft Sat..Sept.4 ft 5.9..... Classes begin. 9/15/87 e Held ot one area 'location
PROVIDENCE Large .tat.ly oaks Market. 8/27 TFchg until ? trailers, tool ___.
964-7779 ask for Robin. Itpd 9/3 HOMEMAKERS WANTED Top payl I 121 Utility Send for mare information today or call nowl
2700 ft. brkk home. tiller misc. 9/3
greet aq.
I your 24th Avenue. N.W.. Suite 222. Norman OPEN HOUSE SEPTEMBER 10. 7 P.M.
2 private fish ponds. 135 Ac.. op.prox. -
140 pecGn tr.... OK. 73069. 8/27ltchg 9/17 964 N. Tempi Avenue Starke 964-8286
BRADFORD COUNTY and surroundingarea
WANT TO LEASEIN ----- Contact Our nearest Office mmlmmlmm-ml w
: Enjoy local full time or part-time ,
work. Experience In teaching church
work, or working with youth. We wont in day County. 3SR with don or 4.... I ov I
the kind of people who usually do notan.w.r Please send one free infonnation about tax
year 'ease --. .. To bo aioJoble preparation course.
910EXPERIENCED od.,964-7604.Ask for Bob.9/3 anytime after Labor Day...........Cal I I II
Del Wee or Long Term Stay Styling Center For Public 2tchg BARTENDER wanted 475-l201.ltchg 9/3 Name
Certified Nursing AMI. Precision Styling For atBobby's II
CPA Trained Staff Men A Women Hideaway. 468-1641 or Address
24 Hr. SupMvWon Hot Meal Perm'. Hair Color 468-9442. Itchg 9/3
SECRETARIAL HELPs Must hove experience. ACREAGELAND Cty State_Zip I

Also computer experience:
SU EL's helpful. Send resume to P.O. Drawer FOR SALE 3 pkoverlooking .. hoe lot L J
A. Stork Fl 32091. 9/2 2tchg 9/10 Ashley Lak*. Assun.w>blemasgog. _----sea--r----t
Retirement Home & Hairstyling CenterAll HAIRSTYLIST NEEDED Florida license .. CaM 4737640weskenas. --.go or

Under One Hoof and experience required. Call Alan at 2tpd 9/3-9/IO
Hairplone, 964-4645. Itchg 9/3

Pie tI04I4 -Zet1D Bruce Pollock M.D.

Lie. Real Estate Broker LIVING Board Certified Family Physicianis

SR 121 Lake Butler

0 0 5JAND (904) 496-2368

LET US 12 & 3 Bedroom Homes C

ALL FREE ESTIMATES RENT ANEf MANAGE Near Hospitals.Schools & Stale

TYfa of ;. 374-1443 or home: 485-1556)I RE wigs YOUR RESIDENTIAL Facilities

Preference given to Long Term
OR COMMERCIAL Rentals Consult OffICe. tin 23

PROPERTIES Cable TV Kids Ptaygwund
Ba Moo Court Pod Pwml RdPrivet is pleased

David Lawson Paint aih0: p Laundromat Fug Tune MeX. d4 ,,1 to announce

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Insurance Collision Work Free .mates 5Elixson additional office

Wood Products Inc.
CR 229 NW 28th St. 964.6133 .... hours

.- Cypress Mulch and Pine BarkYou appointment

FOR SALE \. Pick-up or w. Deliver i r'I Tuesday SaturdaymomlngsOur evenings

Fill Dirt. Top Soil We Also Have F .

'" VJBtT fc,

Large or Small Loads of Limerock Red Heart Cypress Lumber i 1 Lt \\91

Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer.: 964-6649

964-6182 96458239646095

office Is located behind
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PROFESSIONAL 4 SERVICES OFFERED BRS IDM'ellty ', .t end 3 M Apts. Now Available Hand Surgery Center

t t BR from $1$0-$274 plug utUltI .3 M from S2OO-$ C12 850 East Main St.. Lake Butler
Work. ....Low PrIcee 1491
a 'U) ........ .. .. Scotchgard Avollebl Central) heat'alr..d appliance furnished
Discount !o Mileo..se C are Free Advice I 1530 Vtest Madison St.or call M4-4312 Can 496-OO92 for an appointment

Call 964-4991 .-... I Monday-Friday..rn.to S p.rn. Equal Hov.l.g Opportunity j Blue Cross/Blue Shield PPC Provider
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like new, fits wide lloetilde body. No
$14.99 per month. Call 964-6946. tfn milled to th* Union County Times of. Main Street, lake Butler 496-3t7.
moulding. $80. Call 964.6133 anytime. 1911 LIBERTY 14d21 reconditioned front
Insurance Service.
GRAPES-U-PICKi Grlfllt loop. 964.5678.We flee In writing and paid In advance Complete
Itod 93CRAPES kitchen. 2 BR. I bath $2.500 equity and located In Union County Time
pick by request. 8/20 3tpd 9/3 unless credit I.I already establishedwith
U-Plcki dally 7 to 7p.m. assume S2.00O balance U-Move-lt. Call for Information.
ALICIA HAY new hay $25. Delivery Open a.m. this office. building. MOBILE HOMES
Vineyard. Florahom on Coral Mutt all 782.3861. TFm| 4962261. tfn.
available. All hay In barn. 7 mile West THI TIMES STAFF CANNOT Bl HELD
6592121. 8/20
Farm Rood 6tchg
of Stork on Rd. 16 Jimmy Catkin. RESPONSIBLE! FOR MISTAKES IN
Well ASW Mobile Home, 964-6407
9/24 at
ALICIA HAYi Fresh cut, $25 a roll. All or 964 6408. 8/>4 tfnrw
mile from Starke 24 X 60 DOUBLEWIDE, all set In Olin'sSubdivision.
under barn. 7
hay on up
Cloifid deadline I I. TUESDAY.
and air.
782-3172 Allen Taylor, Lawtey. 8/27 1/2 bath central heat
Hwy. 16 toward prison. 964.6167 or Ready to move Into. sas FOOD STORE In lake Butler I I.
TFchg NOON prior to Thursday publication. tee to appreciate. 6000. Call
782.3727.6/4tfn $13,800. Financing available. now accepting application for
PIANO FOR SALE assume small monthly Minimum charge I I. 15 word for$3.50. 4960071. tfn/chg. 3/19
payment on modern style, piano. like 964.5606,6/1, I tlnchg then 15 cent for each word thereafter. Manager Position. Experience a must. 111 MOBILE HOMI large llvlngroom
HOMES 2 DOUBLEWIDE HERO'S Financing Company benefit. Salary based on ex-
new condition. Con b..n locally. and kitchen.bedroom 1 bath,624 sq.
available Call 1.2720625 collect tfn perelnce plus bonus Send Return or
Pivot call. Manager. 1-904-783.9054. FOR SALE ft. Forest Park Apportment, across
2 USED DOUBLEWIDES Low payments.Low HOMES apply at S8S office 2200 E. Duval 4963765.
8/27 910CALTRONICSI from hospital
3tpd down Call 1-2720650 Street lake City Fl. 32055. tfn/chg.
located next to Trailer 2 BR. I BA. with 2-car garage Perfect for payment. FOR SALE 6/4 8/27-2tchrg-9/3
collect. tin
Sales 301 964.8212. Reconditioned retired distanceto 14.70 DEROSI mobile home, 3
on South couple. Easy walking PART-TIME im
color TVs darling at $99.95 to new hopping center. 29999. Call bedroom, 2 bath all electric central
$164.95 both portables and consoles.R.palr 964.5606.30. tin 4311050.' 8/70 4tchg 9/10 GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U DELI COOKS now taking application a/c and heat $14,200. Call 4962098.
RENTALS AVAILABLE 2/1, fresh paint *, also experienced tire
work done at reasonable rate. PRICE REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE 3 BR, 2 repair). Delinquent raw property. and 9/3.4tpd-9/24
reduced $275. repairer oil changer.4.pply at office
and In town to
9/3 4lchg 9/24 BA brick veneer home with fireplaceand carpet. : Repossessions. Call 1(805)687-6000( ) of SEVERAL TWO BEDROOM mobile homes
Browns Rood121A18
3/1 Lake reduced to $450 : Inc., State
CB FOR SALE! Bat unit, Pretldent 240 garage on 5 acre Beautiful on Crosby Ext. GH-II36. for current repo list. for tale or rent. Also lot for ole.Hale
4/2 five like home, close to Worthington Spring
channel (with Bide bonds) with new home. United Realty of Starke. new 8/27 8tpd. 9/15 and Associates 4963939.. tfnchrg 9/3
schools. $450. Tif 496.2161tfnchrg.9/3
antenna coaxial and tupply. 964-8447. or evenings 4733627. NOW great $250 DOWN MAKES YOU OWNER
power fin A Owen. Inc., Lie. Real Estate LAKE BUTLER Reduced for quick sale. 3 CAREER OPPORTUNITY for sewing
Balance like Owner finance Tryus.
Priced $59,500.7/2 rent.
to **ll. 964.8651.9/3 2tchg 9/10 tlnchg
. FRAMING TOOLS AIR CUNSi 964.8762 FOR SALE BY OWNER 2 BR 1 BA frame. Broker. 9645065. Itchg 9/3 BR. 2 BA CH&A, Large lot only$41,500 machine operator Offer 2 weeks paid Call 496-3719. l Itpd. 9/3
FURNISHED APARTMENT 1 BR, adult vacation Insurance plan, 3 paid
I $38,000. Mathews Realty, 964-4469.
anytime Itchg 9/3 On large lot. St. Clair St. Call 9646870. .
and ,
only clean and quiet. Houck Apartment 2/Stfn holiday profit sharing Experiencehelpful
PIANO FOR SALE 1912 uttrefinlthed 8/l34tchg9/3 FOR
Upright |
*. 830 N. Temple Ave., Storke. but not necessary. We will
In perfect shape. Dual COUNTRY CLUB AREA brick home 3 BR,
9/3 train. Apply In person lake Butler Ap
keyboard Kimball organ with auto 2 bath, den fireplace garage CH/A.
TWO BEDROOM mobile home clean parel. tfn-8/13 CHECK US OUTI Clean rental ;
rhythm. Yamaha electronic keyboardwith $$61.900.964.8809. 2tchg 9/3 LAND FOR SALE
furnished, In 9648810. BULLDOZER OPERATORS tome experlenc -
city. home schedule.PINES
many extra 964.5"97. Itpd 9/3 LAKE BUTLER-REDUCED FOR QUICK no pets. tailored to your pay
YORK WEIGHTS 350 Ibt. of cast Iron SALE 4 BR, l'/i bath, ranch 33000. Itpd 93RENTALS necessary. Call 4962098.' SRI21. lust south of SRI00 In
AVAILABLE $ISO month 1-J-i ACRE LOTS OR LARGER New River 9/3-4tpd-9/24 Lake
: per Butler. Call 4962366. tfn/chg.
bench Appraised at $ I.2OO. 820 S.E. 6th
weighted, heavy duty w/tquat
and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker. Plantation on SR-100 Pine Tree Estate EXCELLENT INCOME taking short phone 5/21
rack. Preacher curl bench attachment, Avenue. Call 396-1166. 8/27 2tchg 9/3
Owner at 964 5069 or 964.4048 TF on SR-18 near WS, Pine Tree Estates on messages at home. For information OFFICI AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
\ adjustable/ back and trap for lit *. MOVING SALE Moving-mutt tell 4 BR 2
up C A C MINI STORAGE Hwy 301 South US-301 near Starke Low down pay call 1(504)649.7922( ) Ext. 8401-A. Itpd. located In Union County Time Building
Extras, curl bar 2 straight bar, 2-11 lb. bath big kitchen all on 1 1/4 acres 9/3
964 8848 61 11 tfnchg ment, owner financing. Hole and at 150 West Main. Call 496-2261 for
dum bell, 2.10 Ib. dumb bell and 2 shade tree, lenced-in pool.
ON 301 Contact Ron Denmark Associates 496-3939' 9/3
OFFICE tfnchrg more Information. tfn
t dumb bell bar. Bench I I. In excellent Assumable mtg. 9%, Appraited at
at 964.5516. 6/25 tin I CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN! furnished .
condition. $275 cath. Reason for tale I Is $68,000. now $62.000. 964.8239 after 8
JUST OFF HWY 121. Approximately 2
HOUSE IN TOWN FOR RENT: like new FOR RENT all electric, central heat and
lack ol space. 96..4037 during day p.m. Itchg 93GOVERNMENT completely remodeled, 2 BR Ig. kissChen act**. 4963814.. 8/13 4tchg 9/3 air, private paved road laundry and
and 964-4480 eve alter 6 Keep HOMES from $1.00 (U r
trying. TFo| p.m. Repair). Foreclosures repot, tax delinquent living room tile both family 1200 Sq. Ft. Bldg. park playground. Near schools, hotp.,
BY OWNER 1100 It. building excellent Now telling room patio w awning garage cur date facilities. PINES SR-121 east lake
tq. propertiet. Ideal for
business location. call tain. ceiling fans throughout. Butler. Call 4962366. Two childrenmax.
Days Call 1-315-736-7375 Ext. H-FL-53
Mutt to appreciate. 1 child monthAt .. and chg/tfn 5/21
yard. see $200 no pets
964-7024 eve 485-1316.' 9/3 2tchg for current list. 24 hri. 9/3 3tpd 9/17 per
maximum, $350 month plus BUSINESS OR OFFICI SPACE available
per and sate also on
9/10 THREE BEDROOM 2 bath Bessent Rd. TOWERS repair
deposit. 964.6714. Tom Parker. Itpd 9/3 Rear of Main Street LB, phone 4960077.tfn.8/6
and Call Don
ABOVEGROUND POOL for tale: $250. brick home with large attractive yard. satellite repair service.
14 FT. WIDE MOBILE HOME 2 BR, unfurnished
Also dryer $75. 4962980.' Itpd 9/3 Central heat and air. City gas screened Wilkerson at 496.2282 for free Mosley Tire Co.
in Waldo. CHI A. stove,
APPLIANCES large sire gas stave and porch large double garage. refrigerator washer/dryer hookup.No estimate. B/27-3tchrg-9/10/ On US 301 South N0
2-door $185 will all Py 704
refrigerator. or 964.6808.Itpd 9/3
$200 month, first, lost and
eparate.. 9645684.. 9/3 3tlo 9/17 BROOKLYN LAKE HOME for ale by pet* per See Lynn atLynn's
4691509.' 8/27
$100 deposit.
FURNITURE 2 living room eti, 3 piece owner. House with 131 ft. good water security 9/3 SEPTIC TANK SERVICE Body Shopor
with love seat blue crushed velvet. front. Owner will finance with substantial 2tchg
FOUR BEDROOM 2 bath house, central G
Two-piece sofa. and chair. Both sets down. By Appt. lax 786-9189. Itpd heat and air Appliance furnished. BRINCE JONES AND O.D. REWIS SEPTIC call McDougall

like n.w, 964-5437. 'Itpd 9/3 FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 BR? 2 bath, 371.6316 after 5 p.m. or 3778500. ext. TANK SERVICE Septic tank, drain

VCR: Sear Roebuck brand good work. block house in Saratoga Heights. Central 2679 from 8 to 4.15 p.m. Itchq 9/3 fields, lift station, light poles and 1-904-786-89891
Ing order. Record, ploy bock and heat and air. 9647963. Itpd 9/3 ______ .__ wells. (Package Deal). Call 275.2268 or
built-in, tuner $100 964-4479.. Itpd 9/3 LARGE 2-STORY HOUSE cottage and 275.2197.9/3 13tpd. 1126LOSTFOUND .. .
SEVERAL ITEMS: 1978 Audi, good body? mobile home on opprox. one acre HOMES FOR SALE ------ --

engine needs work make offer. within Starke city limits located at intersection -

May tog portable dishwasher $125; GE of Hwy. 100 and South Water EQUITY BUY: 2 BR house LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTSNow

5 cu.lt. freezer $100; Call St. Cottage and mobile home currentlyrented. good credit r.qur! .d,
964. /87 after 5 p.m. $60.000. 9645139. 9/3 2tpd
9/10 downtown. taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units. These all-

.. 2-STORY APARTMENT LOST SMALL MALE BEAGLE child'* pet. electric units are spacious with lots of closet space and all have

HOUSE: Equity or other. $400 lost 2 miles out Providence Road wall-to-wall carpeting draperies and kitchen appliances. Onsite -
Ernest Peacock' home.
(SR-238)) near
GRAPES U-Pick monthly income downtown. Reward for Info or recovery. Hugh laundry facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified

e3 BEDROOM, 1'/2 bath Roberts 496.3680 or 4962991.. applicants.
Longneckers Farm 8/27-2tire-9/3 For application and Information
CH/A 1 acre off SR 16.
CR 1469 Please tee us at Gr:

Earleton, Fl. Lake Santa Fe e3 BEDROOM V/t bath 1005 SW 6th Street

mobile home 1 acre off SR CARS/TRUCKS Lake Butler, FL 32054 e.uareo ..s

.15, .cash .or will hold more, Or Call 496-3141 ear-eexe, ,
I Monday-Thursday Farm 468-2483 tgage. 179 CHEVY 4 WO PICKUP short wheelbase

7:30tolp.m. Home 475-1151 AT PS, PB. sliding bock glass -
Friday-Saturday 964.4990 AM/FM stereo white spokes, $2.000

.i I 7:30 to 6 p.m. Home 473-2702 -------...... .....- call 8/20-3tchrg-9/3 496-3118. after 5 p.m. Opening Late September

1986 FORD PICKUP 23.000 miles. Take up
I payment 4963253. tfnchg-B/27 Forest Park Apartments
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RobertsReal wholesale. 1983 Cadillac Sedan Attractive 1&2 BR/1 B Apts., range, % *
HELP WANTED Deville. One owner. 44,000. mile

Estate Welder 'Maintenance White with burgundy velour Interior I refrigerator, carpet, cent heat & air, ; .: ;,

Person Bulldozer Work 7900. Call 4962600.' tfn/chg 9/3 patio and laundry. Rents from $180. -ice;
986 N. Temple Ave
Starke FL 32091 Must B.experienced Culverts InstalledFill $220. min. 775 NE 1st St. Lake Butler
. Dirt & Top Soil
Coed Excellent Benefit
((904)) 964-6262 Pay For information/application:
Apply 9645414If I FOR SALE inc.
Griffin lndu trl*, Tropical Property Management,
No Answer964.8O10 1021 NW 40th Dr. Gainesville Fl 32605
Hwy.221 Hampton.9 a.m.to 4 p.m.
28 ACRE FARM STORAGE HOUSES Need extra storage ((904)372-8327 E.H.O.

Comfortable 2BR Home space? We have 5x10 and 10x10 mini
warehouses. Hole and Associates
w/fireplace, CH/A, Barn & I 496-3939. tfnchrg-8/27

Outbuildings, fenced & cross I

fenced 10 acres in KANE CYCLE REPAIR

producing Pecan trees CHAMBLH'S
r CommercialBuilding t
e Parts AccessoriesUS
Cycle Repair
balance in improved pasture.

Excellent Location; 4 miles Train to be aa.ri I MOBILE HOMETRANSPORT 301 N. Starke 964-5805

from Starke. in Starke MT90-16 MAXON

I I '
2BR.1BA.CH&A Block 1725 sq. ft. $49.50 Full Face Helmets

Home In Town. 36000.00 MOYMO
9648629after la.iiy Iuii.GmuperbhmL
f 5 Acres of Land on ForsythRd. Train as live+Irilnr eomputere.11am COMPUTE $3.99 ea. Snail Approved 15 VRS. EXPERIENCE

PRICED TO SELL! 6:30 pm ,study.nd rsldenl lnining.Finencisl TEAR DOWN BATTERIES
Full Face Helmets
add rv.llrbia Jubplacemrnl.alaanca '
Nsliunslhesdqu.nxrsIJShthause SETUP Bungle Cords 12N12A4A1 12N143A

1371.12121 $ ea. $26.95 $29.95

t n I A.C.T. Travel School .DOZER WORK
Alt repairs on eyelet 4 ATV
Durrance Pump & SupplyU.S. ACCREDITED MEMBER NJ4.B.C. INSURED I-- Foam Grips Flat Shields Oil Filters

301 North, 864 N. Temple Ave.. Starke aI :1/ 1/ $2.95 parSat $2.SOea. $1.95 Tune-Ups

I *Pumps *Plumbing! *Well Drilling i." /A.: ''TT: : : 'I T : -.

MacClean Water Conditioners r ,f2; hmI' : -
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1 \y ;
964.7061-- : i : : ,
For Sale or Rent .. : .. ..- mm mimimEWEOT : .New Home .Window
Room Addition .Palatine

Saturday September 12 lOAM on site ADVICE .Carport .New Roof System

ro ( Real Estate Sells at 11:30: AM ) I Ovl---ALL---,OFJYOJR-- --]] Stone'Cut work ,Va41SldQDIIDINII *

I 3 Bedroom Home Furnishings and Equipment

445 West Pratt St. Starke. FL NEEDS Call Today!

NEWLY REMODELED lovely estate type home rests comfortably on a full 1/2 ,

acre of prime real estate In the heart of Starke.The lot Is 10CT x ,c

1ia There are 1446 sq. ft. of living area. Including 3 bedrooms. 1 Of NORTH FLORIDA MLMLLL .a A L MMa
central heat &: air. 1 115 I. Call, 51.... 964-6766
/ 1/2 baths living dining&: family rooms i

car garage and twin size carport.

Personal Property To Be Sold


Microwave Oven*drier; TV. Sob*: UmeM.Whirlpool MbM*drjrw.Osk H tdi.OMEnM STARKE HOUSING CENTER

>"h Chins Dlnln, M for 4 2 m Bedrena Fttmlasre. IOC.of Chain.Tsbl S w .
Wood UUM. Electric: Maw. 20 Bootees.Ump. Hutch w/Ml/tcr. Pimm "This Weeks Special"24x60


Items Too Numerous to Wet
$500 down $216. mo
TERMS oo Pnoral Properly Cub plus 10* kvjm pnrntom. Tame ea net I MUU:

7 5000. oVjxxIt certified had dry of section _Inl la :JO eiy*. Flnincta. : Xuunublem '85. 14x60 $300. down $166. mo.

no hwvy dosing COM. 2BR Singlewide $300. down $136. mo. .'

DIRECTIONS FROM JACKSONVILLE Oo wean on 1-10.1hcn south oo HWY 301 ir 24x60 3BR/2BA Doublewide $500. down $216. mo.

Slake, go west on Putt Su to 445 W. Pratt (2nd ham oa right)
I Walnut Street ';:1" e Jttrtas. I J:: Big Selection ol Reconditioned Mobile HomesAll
If ;. MECCA:, :
a : Mobile Homes Include:Delivery Sel-Up.Tax.Title.Home Owner kwuranoe
i from post office-Starts.I t
across u UQ'pe, t& I, ''H 1t ; ',!tp.. Located on US 3011 Mile S. of Starke

,ti X'" '73 '! / 35, 'qt ,f .a'p 4,2: '1 : 1l1: : 964-4174
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I fOR RENT bv the night' week or month. .

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tI t/,"..( Four Local FFA'ers Earn Awards j

by Buster Rahn "We are stressing the Importance' outstanding camper in the
of safety both on and off the farm," hunter/firearms area.
BCT Staff
Four Writer from Bradford said Kevin Morgan, camp directorand I James Gaskins, president of the
young men FFBF farmer and Bradford Farm Bureau
young program County says
County, Chet Norman, 17, David !
director. I activities like this are one of the/
Gaskins 18, Paul Gaskins 15, and
Farm bureau employees and : special sponsored by the
Jared Brown 15 attended the an- per- programs ,;
sonnel from various fire and law en- group,and that"In some way,every
nual Florida Farm Bureau Federa-
forcement agencies also made'' day, Farm Bureau is working for
Youth at
tion Safety Camp
Camp "
aid fire safety
presentations first ,
on you.
in which the
Ocala recently, impor- wildlife identification and how Chet Norman, Lawtey, is the son
tance of safety at work and play was,
Farm Bureau works. of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Norman.
the central theme. The Alachua County Sheriff's David and Paul Gaskins are the
The Bradford young men were, Department K-9 unit put on a sons of Mr. and Mrs. Lane Gaskins,
among 92 high school age youths: demonstration during the camp, of Lawtey.
from across the state who attended; showing how dogs are used In police Jared Brown Is the son of Mr. and i
classes and demonstrations designed -
work. Mrs. W.G. Brown, who live near
to make them more safety con- the Melrose. _
Jared ,Brown was selected as ,
scious.Programs covered three ma-
a jor safety areas: farm machinery, IA I --- : II
.hunter/firearms: and water safety. j

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Good Experience...
I VernonReddish
Four young men from Bradford County attended Gaskins, Paul Gaskins and Jared Brown. More than 70 million deck 1
Camp Ocala sponsored by the Farm Bureau. "Safety at work and play,"was the central theme of of cards are sold each year
They.areA from left to right Chet !'Norman! David week. In the U.S. .- -

I New Law Aimed At Collecting Late PaymentsA i i!New For or Your Used r A Wr

new law aimed at collecting that delinquent support payments 2a) Notice to the obligor states 4) Amount due includes the delin- I i Auto Needs '
delinquent child or wife support become a judgement by operation of that failure to pay the amount of the quency, amounts due thereafter e'r L 7 )
payments went into effect July and law.As a result of this year's legislation delinquency plus all other amounts prior to satisfaction, and costs of filing r *
authorizes that a lien be placed on unpaid support installmentsdue which become due thereafter with and recording. 1 1I
any property the obligated payee after July 1 become a final judg- costs and a $5 fee, shall become a 5) Local depositories are requiredto -
might own. ment after notice to the obligor and final judgment beginning 30 days issue a payoff statement I ORIAN WELLS'CHEVROLETOLDS
The new law may affect as manyas the provided response time is ac- after the date of the delinquency. documenting the total amount due
80 percent of the approximate 560 complished. The new law calls for 3)) Lien is created on real propertywhen with the payment of a $5 fee by any '
persons obligated to pay spousal or for the following of actions upon the above notice requirementsare person. This statement may be U.S, 301 N, Qfi4.7<;nrt
child support in Bradford County, delinquency of payments: fulfilled and a certified copy of relied on for up to 30 days from the -
according to the county clerk's office 1) Obligor becomes 15 days delin- the support order along with a cer- time it is Issued. -
It means if property of the per- quent in making a payment. tified statement by the depository 6) Upon satisfaction of the judge-
son owing support payments is sold, 2) Local depository notifies the evidencing the delinquency is ment the depository records the FORE PRICE WISE
the lien or judgment will be paid obligor by certified mail, return recorded in the official records of satisfaction upon receipt of the appropriate Sale I
from the proceeds.The receipt requested, of amount of the court where the real property is recording: fee. _-P+ "_I Prices
recently enacted law requires delinquency. J located_. r Good
combine to bring you Thru

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I Foster ParentsFrom TOWN & COUNTRY F

Pag 2 needs a real home,so new laws were VETERINARY CLINIC ,
How long would a child be in my passed.If .
home? a parent refuses or for'some IIWY 100 East Starke 964-6411 ClanjMacGregor Baliley'sIrish
It depends. Sometimes its only a reason cannot make the right 7Crown
day or two. Usually its from six mon- changes in their households to provide
ths to 10 years. a stable home, their child Is en- Cream i
What are the child's parents doing sured a permanent home by being Welcomes LTR
while they are in foster care? place up for adoption.Isn't *
They are working on their pro- William Whitler, DVMto Seesmatt LTR '" 750
blems. With the help of the HRS 1699
counselors, they are attempting to that a drastic step? our staff 40.. fl99 11"Bartles
adjust their lives and trying to make It is never done lightly. You must
the proper changes required to remember,there must be a compelling -
make their homes a healthy place reason for the HRS to take a You arc Cordially Invited to stop by
for their children.Are child out of the home, sexual abuse,
all children returned to their health reason, ect. The majority of the Clinic and become acquaintedwith I
parents? children in the foster care programare our new associate. ,
No. A few years ago the only op- returned to their parents.
tions the foster child had were to Where, can, I get more Informa-
return (9 their parents or to remain -- Staff: James E. Pennlngton, DVM Kevin Hawthorne, DVM
with their foster parents until they 'tloirCall the Bradford HRS office in Bill Whitler. DVM Receptionist: Carol Sapp Technician: Schenley'
were 18. Consequently, hundreds of Starke at 964-8875 or in Lake Butlerat Pam Cromer. Vet. Assoc Joy Mains 8 Gloria Braswell Blue
foster care children remained wardsof 496-2417. Leave your name and Vodka Nun I II & Jaymes
the state, moving from one foster mailing address. A card will be sent Office Hours By Appointment: 9:00 am12:00 noon Coolers
care home to the next. The state of to your telling you the date of the 2:00 pm 50 pm Mon.Tues. Wed. S. Fri. 9:00am-12 noon I
Florida realized that every child next training session. Thurs a Sat. 6:00 m-8:00: pm Tues. Eve. 1411 LTR 750 \

ObituariesFrom Pag,7 YOU ARE I 1 INVITEDtrO-A !REIGNING. LIFE jJ 599 399 ,,2"3O1 4 Pak

MARRIA9 E$Ell I!J \'Y1J angelist-Teacher, I
Lake Butler and Cheryl Jordan of Church with Rev. Ben Bryant and Don Hughes and tislfe f!Kajrel, of Broken I f
Jacksonville Beach; mother, Mrs. Rev. James Cowart officiating. I
Annie C. Roberts of Lake City; two Burial followed in Crosby Lake Arrow, Oklahoma. Thl$ semlnaMs to be held at LIQUORS & LOUNGEStarke

brothers, Willie of Lake Butler and Cemetery. Archie Tanner Funeral LIFE AND P.RAISE MJNISTRIESjn! 'Starke and will 1 mile North of Starke on US 301
DR. (Witty) of Lake City; two Home was in charge of ar- '" "'" OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 964-7771}
sisters, Mrs. Reva Osteen of/ Providence rangements.Mrs. rj eptemberlj l tt man CdI Qt ., e through PACKAGE
and Mondell Blackwelder of the 20\t e s
Winter Haven; and five grand- Edna M. Sauve ServlMJIr atoll( Keystone Heights 7 Days A Week 473-9718
children. Mrs. Edna Maynard Sauve, 74, of :" j ; 100 Yds North Oren 100 on Hwy 21 North'
Funeral services were held Starke, died Wednesday, Aug. 26 in : *
Jept.Sept.. :30 lt he
Wednesday in First Christian Bradford Hospital, following an ex- p
Church of Lake Butler with Rev. Art tended illness. 17 )"j i :30 awKael; 7:3ev.. Hughes
Peterson officiating. Burial followedin Born May 5, 1913 in Pikeville, Ky., z V
Mt. Zion Cemetery under the Mrs. Sauve moved to Starke from Sept. 1&i p:30 rrSKarter: ; 7:30pjh.", e '. Hughes

direction of Archer Funeral Home of Michigan in 1966. She was a Sept. 19 10:30 amp- Darrel I7: 0P' i. Hughes The Housing Finance Authorityof
Lake Butler.
homemaker and a member of the ghesRev.
Starke Church of Christ. Sept. 20 tf:30 am Jik'lBw..ll Bradford County, Florida
!Mrs. Lillian E. RobertsMrs. Survivors include daughter, Mrs. "
Lillian Eva Roberts, 69, of Joyce Winstead of Starke; two sons,
Hampton, died Wednesday, Aug. 26 George of Maynard, Mich., and Hughes hays authored several books which Single Family Mortgage Revenue Bonds
at Alachua General Hospital in James of Williamson, W. Va.; have become best sellers across the nation. He has Series 1980
Gainesville, following an extended brother, Elmer Maynard of Williamson -
illness. W.Va.; six grandchildren and ministered at such places as Christ for the Nations

N Born y, Mrs.and Roberts raised in lived Dannemore about 35, two greatgrandchildren.Funeral services were. held Aug. Bible Institute, Kenneth Hagin's Tulsa Campmeeting, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT pursuant to

years in Somers, Conn., before moving 29 in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with PTL Club as well as Full Gospel Business Men's Section 3.01b( ) of the Trust Indenture April 1. 1980,

to Hampton two years ago. She Minister David Atnip officiating. Fellowships and Conventions. Karrel has authoredthe $75,000.00 principle amount of Bondsare
was a retired private duty nurse. Burial followed in Crosby Lake aggregate
and a member of the Congregational Cemetery under the direction of book, "The God Kind of Marriage". called for Redemption from the Special
Methodist Church in Conn. Jones Funeral Home of Starke.
Survivors include four daughters, Redemption Account on October 1 1987 at 100%

Mrs. Nancy Sherwin of Hampton, Card of ThanksWe You don't want to miss this "Reigning Life Marriage of the principle amount.
Mrs. Sandra Schmitt of Springfield, to each and
are deeply grateful
Va., Mrs. Susan Dickson of Stafford everyone for their acts of kindness Seminarl"' Come expecting and receive!
Springs, Conn., and Mrs. Marlene and thoughtfulness during our time
8.7% due April 1 1997 Bond #292
Roberts of Enfield, Conn.; two sons of sorrow. We greatly appreciate the
Frederick of Springfield, Mass., andThomas food; cards, and many visits, but Life and Praise Ministries is located 1 1/2 miles 8.8% Due April 1. 1998 Bond #320

Mrs. Ethel of Payette Enfield,of Conn.Heightsburg; sister,, most of all by the friends prayers and that neighbors.were expressed south of Starke on HWY 301. If you have any 8.9% Due April 1. 1999 Bond #351

N.Y.; 18 grandchildren and 9 great- May God richly bless each of you, questions regarding this seminar or would just like

grandchildren.Funeral services were held Aug. dear great friends blessing, even to as us.you have beena more Information please call us at: ((904)) 964-4496 9.125% Due April 1. 2004 #557 568, 646,670

29 at the Chapel of Archie Tanner The(Buddy( Luther Scott Family 10.5% Due April 1 2011 #799, 908 1023, 1152,
Funeral Home with Rev. Ray -- -
Williams officiating.Mr. -- 1260, 1368, 1469.
Eldon SappMr. Registered Bond #R9
Eldon Sapp,68, of Starke,died IN THESE MODERN TIMES. j'I
Saturday, Aug. 29 following an ex-
tended illness. I Bonds selected for redemption should be submittedfor
Born and raised in Starke, Mr.
Sapp was employed by the Starke I Making your pre-need funeral ar- payment to 1 st Florida Bank P.O. Box 30013,

chief.Fire Department He was a member and of retired Bradford as rangements is more than a convenience fi Tampa FL 33630 ATTN: CORPORATE TRUST

Lodge 35 and the First Baptist it is almost a necessity. j OPERATION, (the Paying Agent) with all
Church of Starke. He attended Brad- unmatured coupons attached. Interest on the
ford County schools. .
Survivors Include his wife, Helen Bonds selected for redemption will cease to accrue
Why postpone making ar- I I I II
Elizabeth Norman Sapp; two sons
I Ii from October 1 1987.
I ,
Joe and Rudy, both of Starke; two "
brothers, Felix and J.C., both of i rangements your I BRADFORD COUNTY HOUSING
Starke nine sisters,Freda Norman I for the 77
; Hazel Call us or come by i iI iI FINANCE AUTHORITYBY
Ruth Reddish, Agnes I
Warren, Marie Tllley Louise I plans that are available. 1 : Florida National Bank Trustee
Sanderson, and Ella Mae Chastaln, I
all of Starke, and Selma Ray of, September 1, 1987
Franklin Tenn., and Margaret .
Reyes, of Jacksonville; six grandchildren -
and three great JONES FUNERAL HOME Holders of these bonds should provide tax identification

grandchildren. I jI numbers to avoid 20%withholding tax and$50.00 penalty fee.
Funeral services were conductedMonday I 514 Nona Street Starke 964-6200 Hwy 100 & Cvprasa St. Keystone H tSr- 473-3176 .
Aug. 31 at First Baptist

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; of Students Attending SFCC, Library OfferedA

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record number of students began tions, the continued growth of the Bradford County is eager to make vide a great variety of services to available to students at the Main essays, and term papers or individual
Fall Term classes this past week as Starke Center is seen In comparison the most of this great educational Santa Fe students. The college is Campus In Gainesville, the learning help in algebra and other
the Santa Fe Community College with only 600 sets filled in 28 sectionsin opportunity it worked so hard to also placing additional books in the lab offers Individualllzed instructionto .math!: !..classes.
Starke Center entered its third yearin the successful premiere Fall get." county library which has expandedits any student who needs help in
the beautlfullyu renovated Term of 1983.According McFadden pointed out there are evening hours to open until 8 p.m. math, reading or writing. This
historic Bradford County Courthouse to Starke Center Coordinator two major Improvements in services on Monday and 7 p.m. on Thursday. assistance is available not only to Students may come in on their own
.- DA Bernie McFadden,"This gram this year. Library The other major improvement at students in college prep courses but or be referred to the lab by instruc
represents a stable growth that have been expanded by a contract the SFCC Starke Center is the is especially designed to l help tors. Lab instruction is offered on a
shows our sucessful opening was nota with the Bradford County Library establishment of a new lab student In mpilar credit courses one-to-one basis and is free of chargeto
With 717 seats ,occupied! ;38 sec flash in the_pan but a sign that whereby the public library will pro. for ....th. .....011.... ..nd_learning...n... who raod B..1...._. tn writing. SFCC students.11NewsiBriefs .

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Two Starke Men George Milton Farmer,18,was arrested dire from a LII Champ conveniencestore.
Charged In BurglaryTwo August 26 for two counts of Bradford Woman FHP To Man Union CountyThe
burglary and shooting, according to The clerk at the store identifiedthe Returned To PrisonA CheckpointsBradford Florida Patrol
Starke men apparently botched Investigator David Aderholt. two men who took cigarettes and will be
the getaway phase of a mobile Farmer allegedly was shooting in food from the store without paying Bradford County woman found CountyThe and conducting driver license
vehicle checkpoints
home burglary August 27. his own trailer home after breaking for the items. City police apprehended guilty of violation of probation Florida Highway Patrol Inspection
during the week of 4
Arrested and charged with grand Into a neighboring trailer. Bond was the two on Brownlee Street near August 17 was sentenced nine will be conducting driver license Sept.
theft o and burglary while armed set at $6,000 total, he remains in the store. year in the Department of Correc and vehicle inspection check- through Sept. 10 on SR-100,
SR-231 SR-241 SR-238
were Henry Edward Wllkes,18 and custody. Anthony Dwayne French, 24, of tions. points during the week of Sept. 4 CR-18 CR-237
CR-229, CR-125,
Michael West, 27, both of Starke. Starke was charged with retail theft Velma Jean Covington, who had through Sept. 10 on SR-21,SR-100, CR-231A
CR-24A and CR-796A in
Investigator David Aderholt on Lucy Lynn Sheehan, 32, was arrested after he removed merchandise from served time for murder in the first SR-230, SR-18, SR-16, CR-18, Union County.
his way to the burglary scene in the August 27 on a 1986 capals the store by putting it in his pockets, degree for a 1975 offense, failed to CR-16 CR-21B, CR-225, CR-12S,
Griffis Loop area outside of Starke, charging disorderly conduct, according according to Sgt. W. C. Reno. Edwin meet the technical requirements of CR-229, CR-231, CR-227 CR-221.
saw two men walking along a to Investigator Aderholt. She Cooper Haywood, 39, Speedville, her probation. She was sentenced by CR-230 and CR-100A In BradfordCounty
railroad track and then duck Into was released after a $101.25 surety allegedly took two cartons of Judge Osee Fagan to serve nine .
some nearby woods. bond was posted. cigarettes and placed them inside years followed by six months proba-
Aderholt said he became his pants, according to Reno, the tion with credit for all time served in
suspicious and questioned the men Traffic cigarettes were not located on prison and county jail. WE'U TRADE I

when they reappeared.At Kenneth Lee Hill of Starke was arrested Haywood when he was arrested. Lawtey Covington and, Patricia Arthur Jones Carroll, Jr., then of \II\\\,\\\\\\\\\\\\
mobile home Bond set at $500 for each
a nearby a man August 29 at 1:39 a.m. for was WE'LL
had been defendant released 16. were indicted by a grand jury DEAL?,
had reported his gun rack driving while license suspended they were on
broken into and a shotgun and a rifle (OWLS), according to Sgt. W. C. their own recognizance. Tom following Gunter.the The robbery incident and took killing place of ALL TIRES MADE IN THE GOOD OLE U.S. of A.
were missing. Fingerprints taken at Reno. He was released after a $210 of
February 24, Gunter died injuries
matched to of the
the scene were one surety bond was posted.
few later.Covington .
a days
men Aderholt had question and the
was found guilty of Radial XL Multi Mile Whitewall
two were arrested. Wilton Butler,65,of Starke was arrested -
The missing weapons were foundin Aug. 31 at 6:42 a.m. for Divorces GrantedIn manslaughter in the 1975 murder P1S3 8OR-13 . . . . . . '30.00
the woods. DWLS, according to Trooper W. M. Bradford CountyThe and was sentenced to serve 15 years. P163 80R-13 . . . . . . *30.00
Bond for Wilkes and West, was set Abrams. He was released after a following marriages were P195 73R-14 : . . . . . . '37.00
at custody$5 000. each, they remain in $210 surety bond was posted. dissolved during the month of Man Breaks P205 75R-14 . . . . . . '31.00

Johnson August in Bradford County. P203 73R-13 . . . . . . '42.00
No Injuries Duwayne August 26 for,failure 31, was to appear arrested -- Obie Manuel J. Goad Michael&: Christine Hillard D. Goad.&: Into Apartment, P225 73R-13 . . . . . . 43.00

Crash for arraignment (DWLS), according Deborah A. Hillard. Gets ArrestedA P235 73R-13 . . . . . . '45.00
In Car-Cycle
to Deputy Doug York. Bond Mary J. Williams &: Carlton W. Starke man was arrested Saturday 0 '
There were no apparent injuries was set at$101.25,he was released to Williams. night after he was found in an MULTI MILE TRUCK TIRES
when a motorcycle was struck by a Alachua County. Helen A. Griffis &: Tracy E. Grif- apartment he had broken into. In ad- GLASS BELTED
car August 29 on US-301 north in dition to his arrest, he also receiveda GRAN PRIX RVS
Starke. O'Niel Bass, 29 was arrested fls.Harold C.Farnsworth&: Brenda L. head injury. P195-75B14 . . '23.00 31x10.50x15 . '58.00
Maria Coridan Zacarias, 24, of August 26 for failure to appear, Farnsworth. Van Harold Prescott was charged P205-75B14 . . '32.00 31 x 11.50 x 15. . '67.00
Miami was northbound on US-3011n (driving while intoxicated)(DUD, Homer F. Hart, Sr. &: Loretta J. with burglary and assault August 29, P215-75B14 . . '33.00 33x12.50x15 . '78.00
according to Deputy York. Bond was
the inside lane when a southbound Hart. according to Sgt. W. C. Reno. '
. . .
motorcycle attempted a left turn onto set at $542. He was released on his Stephen L. Crews &: Mittie J. Prescott allegedly had broken the P205-75B15 '31.00 9 x 15 LT. . . '59.00
P225-75B15 . . 35.00
Pratt Street in front of her vehi- own recognizance.Albert Crews. door to gain entrance to the victim's
cle, a 1980 Datsun. Danny J. Warren & Paremelia L. apartment and was found on the bed P235-75B15 . . '36.00 '..00 Extra to Balance Tire
Driver of the cycle, Michael Ed- C.Jenkins,29,was arrested Warren. when she and a friend arrived home. Special Summer NO HIDDEN COLTS ON DM PAIRS
ward Wester. 23,of Union City,Pa., August 27 on a warrant chargingDUI Donald R. Cooper, Jr. &: Allyson Prescott got up from the bed and Front
was ejected from the cycle, landingon according to Lt. John Dempsey Jean Cooper. threatened the victim at which time or Rear Front End AlignmentMumnblt..ifNto
the Datsun windshield. The He was released on his 'own James A. Harper &: Linda M. the friend grabbed Prescott and g3 MKE '..Iud..Ml.u ...nul..-
motorcycle was drug underneath the recognizance. Harper. pushed him away from the victim 4495 lam .p.,. ....rlngsyitiflt.
....... .....
car until the car stopped curbside. Glen Dale Baxley& Roberta Lynn causing him to strike his head on the ... l for most .n Front wltMldrtvt
Two Men ........ poi or Mom. .rI. drum. or rahlctei. and.CtiowtlM......farts..tr..
Damage to the 1980 Suzuki motor- Charged Baxley. door frame. atom, pick burlnm bl..d&dint!rudtnlmail With,.pureh.M 0
. cycle was $600, damage to the Dut- With Retail TheftTwo Brenda K. McKenzie & James E. Bond was set at $10,000, Prescott ....rle....n I trucks.. Ultimo pins,1 .(with coupon) 1 0.
sun was $2,500.Recent McKenzie. remains in custody. tra wtinn ranuiret.
men were arrested August 30 James L. Langley &: Fleta FRONT END ALIGNMENT W/Purtho...S.IolTI9"We
after they allegedly took merchan- Langley.

ArrestsIn ... .
Color Advice For You 'R.bulidCarbur.tors
Bradford County BOBBY'S HIDEAWAY : Call for a personal nu-obllgutlon *Do Tun*.Ups CORBETT'STire
Bradford County Jail Is full to Mury Kay Color AwurcncHH con- Complete Front End
capacity this week with the first sultation. Career Opportunity Alignment & ServioU.S.
weekend of the month (when the NOW OPEN FROM 2PM TIL 2AM : Available. .Steam Clean
most arrests of the month are made) o Englnai'IS.OO 301 Temple Ave.
Sandra Reddish
still a few days away.The following 6 nights a week I 'Turn Brake.,
arrests were made by local Director-Beauty Consultant 964.6436
authorities. COCKTAIL HOURS I (904)431.1203) 964-5051 Drum Rotor.

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Frederick Revoe Steel, 37, of 2PM-7PM 6 NIGHTS A WEEK
Starke was arrested August 28 for ;
DRAFT "Michelob"
p 500
aggravated assault with a deadly
weapon according to Lt. Glen 2 for 1 Drinks FALL VEGETABLEand
Moore. Steel allegedly had a .22
caliber revolver during a domestic
disturbance. Bond was set at$1,000, during Cocktail Hours
Steel was released on his own Fall l ANNUAL PLANTS

recognizance. Nice selection of popular .'
Life Entertainment Starts 9
Ricky Robert Tyson, 28, of Starke Saint Pierre Band p.m. i I S varieties HERE NOW .
was arrested August 29 for violation Wed..Thur Frl. & Sat. Evening C, 4 AND 6 PLANT TRAYS
of probation,according to Lt.Moore.
Bond was set at $10,000, Tyson re- HWY 301 N. WALDO, FL 468-1641 or 468-9442 fir
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'87 Olds Calais Supreme Coupe st4055 . $12.441.00 or Guaranteed to
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'87 Olds Cutlass Sierra BRGH st4061 . . 13485.00 FREE w/purchase 56150 2nd pull
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'87 Chevy S-1O Blazer 4x4 ST4056 . . $15,890.00 8HP. 32"cut 489.95other

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