Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 10, 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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System ID: UF00027795:01775
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Worth doting Bill Alderman Faces Fines- ResuN rq*TtsF vu.LFa", Community... Control I

J A local Starke businessman charged The community control programwill The checks totalling $78.000 'bounc- paid to the plaintiffs the suits witha well as the fines and fee must be
with grand theft, will not go to be followed by five years proba ed'when the heirs tried to cash them balance of $6,000 in the account at paid not later than the third year of
Scout Round-Up... jail; however, he faces paying lion leading to charges being filed. this time Alderman has sold land Alderman's probation, according to
All new Girl Scouts and $161,000 in fines, court costs and Alderman was charged earlier Additional grand theft charges Lied and cattle in order to make restitution Judge Fagan.
Scouts will be registering tonight Boy restitution while serving two yearson this year with 11 counts of grand in March accused Alderman of Circuit Judge Osee Fagan said Attorney Hardy said Alderman
(Thursday, Sept. 10) at 7:30 in community control. theft following an investigation into converting $55,000 to his own use in he took the effort of making restitu- "loved the land too much" that his
local schools. Parents or guardiansmust p.m. William R. "Bill" Alderman misuse of the company's escrow account two mortgage refinancing transac- tion into account but could not continuance of a family practice
be present. former owner of Bradford Title and Bradford Title a local facility tions. June 15 Alderman entered a overlook what Alderman had done. buying tax deeds, got out of hand
Abstract Co. in Starke, must make utilized by realtors and individuals plea of guilty to one charge of grand The judge said it had not been an and he (Alderman) couldn't quit.
Gator Boosters... restitution to the plaintiffs In full, in land transactions had issued theft (second degree) and two easy decision for him but he chose Alderman said he regretted put
pay$6,000 to the county aq part of the checks to several individuals after counts of third degree felonies. Ac- not to incarcerate Alderman but to ting his family, friends and community
The Starke Gator QuarterbackClub legal fees (cost of bank records) as the sale of 80 acres in the Saunders cording to Alderman's attorney, "hurt him where he hurt most". through this and just wantedto
will meet tonight (Thurs- well as pay fines totalling $20,000. Estate in rural Bradford County. Dudley Hardy, $108,096.08 has been The total restitution of $135,000 as put it all behind him.
day, Sept. 10) at the Starke Golf &
Country Club.A .
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member of the Gator coachingstaff -- -__
will be the featured speaker.
Social hour: 6:30: p.m. Covered i SchoolBudget

dish dinner and meeting: 7 p.m. r'-
New members welcome.

Drug Free Schools... ... rt

A meeting of Bradford County's
Drug Free Schools Project is set
.; Tuesday, Sept. IS, at 7 p.m. in the
'.1 Fellowship Hall of the First
Presbyterian Church of Starke on
,. East Call Street. t\
"Your help and encouragement
are needed if we are to have a suc-
cessful program in our OK9edFinal
community," says local organizer
Adele Mitchell.

Final of a $17.6 million
AARP to Meet.
.. school budget for fiscal 87-88 was

The monthly meeting of the voted 4-0 Tuesday night, Sept. 8, by
Bradford Chapter AARP is set at 1 the Bradford School Board.
p.m. Friday, Sept. 17, in the Senior .:xi1 No one appeared at the second of
Citizen's Center on the corner of N. / two public hearings required by law
Grand and Georgia Streets in -. : on the new school budget,which con-
R. Starke, behind the county cour "'r/ tains a 1.5 mill property tax Increaseto
thouse. aq buy six new buses, finish
walkways and install radios in the
BHS Alums to Meet... d buses. The school board is levying
7.603 mills, broken down: 5.284 required -
The Alumni Association of Brad local effort; .819. the max-
ford High will meet next Thursday, imum descretionary mirage\ allowed .
Sept. 17, at the Family Restaurant. and 1.5, capital Improvements.In .
Board of Directors, 6:30: p.m., the new budget an additional
general meeting, 7 p.m. Public 10% has been put into instructional
Welcome. salaries and benefits, and 11% has
m __ been put into instructional equip-
Class of 1937... Getting Ready for the Centennial Celebration... P....b,M."fricdll$, ment and supplies.
The Class of 1937 of Bradford Biggest of five school board
High invites everyone to an open These local and area Girl Scouts are doing their part. get ready for The Scare from 'left to right: : Melanie Nobles, Wendy Cowle, budgets is the $13.65 million
house Saturday, Sept. 19, from 11 the Centennial Celebration with a big project. Alicia: Cferamon. Lisa llowell, Malena Roberts Shannon Wiggins, Paige operating budget. In addition, there'is
a.m. to 5 at the Starke Golf & Girls from Girl Scout Troops (14 (Starke). Lake Batter CUZ *m*' Smith and Jessica llowell. a debt service budget of$813,000, a
: Country Club to celebrate its 50th Lawtey (295) are making big banner for the parade, complete with For more information on local events for the Centennial Celebration special revenue budget for federal

... class reunion. '.' ?. .. ,u...!. .*,; ktarj for the celebration.by l See pale B-|. ?_... ., .,... funds, which includes food service
r $897,000 another'lpecial''federairevenue

Correction...! budget of $700,000, and a

B.C. Holtzendorf, chairman of the capital, for projects a total of budget$17.6. of $1.2million

Bradford County Republican Com- Hampton Elects Allen Bryant Creightonby The operating budget includes a
mittee, advises that the Constitu- fund balance of $438,000 of which
tion Bicentennial tabloid will be
has been committed Supt.
distributed in the 4th through 6th Joe GissyBCT The three top candidates will take both deeply involved in an unsuc 141 voters are registered Jim$102,000 Duncan told the board. Duncan
grades only, rather than to all Staff Writer the three seats open on the City cessfultry last May of a recall of Democrat 12 Republican, and 4 said if the Oct. 15 student count
Council. Other candidates and their Mayor Elwood Padgett. Frank registered 'other'Term.s .
students as stated In The Telegraphlast
Voters in Hampton elected three comes out at the projected figure,
week. total votes are: John Evans 20 votes. Bryant spoke in support of Mayor
new council members Tuesday, in of office of the Hampton and the board doesn't lose any funds
at the informal recall petition -
an off year election that drew minor James Mitzel 20 votes Dorothy Padgett council is for two years. "Five councilmen because of a student shortage, there
Art Festival... interest. Mitzel 18 votes. meeting held at the city park the mayor and the marshalare should be enough money for$3-5 per
John X. Allen, the only incumbenton last May 23.Precinct the only elected offices," said student for supplies."If .
The Starke Festival of the Arts is the ballot,was the top vote getter, The 82 voters were Just under 40% Clerk Mary Lee Allen Clerk Gordon Wadsworth. "This is we made the FTE (full time
scheduled Street for beside October the 24-25 on Jefferson polling 50 votes from a turnout of 62 of the total of 157 registered in the ci- said that registrations are down an off year election. Next year the equivalent) student estimate, we
Starke voters. Frank Bryant polled 30 ty.James some from past years when eligible mayor and. the marshal will be up certainly; can give more supply
Center of Santa
lege. Fe Community Col- votes, and Ida Creighton 24. and Dorothy Mitzel were voters numbered around 190. for election." money, Supt. Duncan told Board

Member Evelyn Chastain, who has
Applications are now being accepted -
funds for
the additional
for artist entries. Deadline requested
for artist applications is 28. Down the classrooms.
Aug. Teacher to
Entertainment applications are Bargaining NittyGrittyThe "I'm "very pleased with the new
Duncan looking
available now. budget. Supt. says,

For information call Nancee school board and the teacher than last year, says Supt. Duncan. BEA gave some relief on dates to involve teachers in the formationof for into a the smooth 87-88 school term,year.everything Two weeks has
Clark or Carol Brown at 395-5159 in bargaining unit have agreed upon all That does not mean every teacher for their final three summer checks. a new teacher evaluation instru- been so smooth administrators are
Gainesville or call the SFCC Starke items except salary insurance, and will get a 10 percent raise, Duncan Currently two checks can be receiv- ment for 198889. wondering how long it will last.
Center at 964-5382. terminal leave upon retirement,and cautioned; it remains to be decided ed at the end of the school year and Gave teachers an opportunity to With only about a dozen new
are scheduled to meet again tomor- how the money will be distributed. the 12th check at the end of June. earn, and if needed, use one sick students reporting after Labor Day,
Meals for Seniors... row (Friday, Sept. 11), Ad- Teacher raises Supt. Duncan -Reprimands of teachers by ad- leave day for teaching summer the only crowded situation of con-
Bradford residents ministrator Dewey McKinney, estimates, will range from 5 to 7.5 or ministrators was addressed, with school. cern la Lawtey Elementary, which
60 years of school board bargaining agent 8 percent, depending on a teacher's agreement being reached that an .Expanded compensatory time took back its 8th grade students this
age and older may be eligible to reported to the board Tuesday night position on the salary schedule.Star- administrator must reprimand from simply lunch duty to also include year. Two portables are scheduledto
receive a meal at no cost from the Sept. 8. ting salaries need to be raised but teachers in private rather than with meetings called by ad- be constructed for LE this year.
Suwannee River Economic Council George'Bowen, a middle school Supt.Duncan doesn't think Bradfordcan others ministrators which last beyond the
(SREC at 134 E. South present. After the current week,Supt. Dun-
) Street end of the 7'a hour work day.
teacher match Union where the
Starke. president, and chief County BEA dropped requests to must be taken can says, a look will be taken to see
negotiator for the teacher bargaining starting salary is $18,600. establish a supplementary salary Compensatory time
what can be done for LE. Starke
SREC serves a nutritionally unit said Duncan said 83 of the heads and within 25 days (up from 5 days) of
Wednesday the sessions percent schedule for department Elementary la a little over its
balanced meal pro-
Monday through are moving, but he is uncertain school's operating budget of $13.65 dropped its request to double the being earned, with prior arrange- jected enrollment Southside a little
Friday, except holidays. For more when will be million for salaries and for teachers from ment with the principal; can't be
salary goes
agreement supplement
information, call 964-7894. peer carried forward into the next school under, but neither la enough to be unmanageable -
reached. "Obviously, we didn't get benefits. Available funds represent $500 to 1000. Duncan says.
No Job, No Skill... everything we wanted, but the an 11 percent increase over the BEA dropped the idea of certified term, and can't instructional be taken time during with the The superintendent anticipates
changes we have made improvedthe amount available last year. degree substitutes being hired every hiring no new teachers but a
Job Corps-Training slots are contract," Bowen says. Highlight of the bargaining to time a teacher is absent which students. transfer to LE la possible:
available In health occupations, Administrators and non- date reported to the school board would have cost $120,000 per year. In his handout to the school board
plumbing, welding, business- instructional personnel have Tuesday night, include: Current practice is to use non- Administrator McKinney said: "I 6 New Buses...
clerical, auto mechanic and other already been given five percent BEA agreed to a three year contract degree school employees (teacher wish to take this opportunity to express -
skills for men and women ages 16 salary increases. Teachers are due 1987 to June 30, 1990. with annual aides, secretaries etc.) for short my sincere appreciation to the The school board approved Supt.
through 21.Obtain for their first pay checks Sept. 16, re-openers on salary benefits term teacher absences and to hire a entire BEA bargaining team for Duncan's recommendation to order
a GED, earn spending and will be paid at their 86-87<< rate. the school calendar and with the c ertifiedsubetitutesuchasaretiredteacher their professional attitude and six new 66-passecger school buses
money and savings money and Even if a salary agreement is reach- provision that each party may reopen for extended substitutes diplomatic manner at the bargaining costing some $30,000 each.
make a good life for yourself. ed Friday, it will be too late to get one existing and one new arti- generally more than 5 or 10 days. table to this point of our negotiations Previous plans called for five
Room and board, clothing the checks out and with increases de. Provided more protection in the ." buses, including one passenger
allowance transportation, medical figured, Supt. Duncan said Wednes- BEA dropped demands about contract for teachers who might be The BEA bargaining team is composed unit coating: $55,000. Supt. Duncan
and dental! care will be provided.For day. duties which teachers couldn't be assaulted by adults or students, of: BEA President George and Operations Director Lennard
more information, visit the The board's latest offer, apparently assigned to. while on the job. Bowen BEA Vice-President John Register talked it over, and decidedit
Job Service Office at 1430 South decided upon after a closed BEA voluntarily gave the board Agreed to a fairer way of Lundquist. Jim Love Maurice la better to have two 66-passenger
First Street, Lake City, or phone negotiations planning session Tuesday some relief regarding direct depositof documents being placed in a White. red Ramsey,Brenda Barber units. Twice 66 is 132 student capacity
Irene Pearce at 7523121. night, put 10 percent more checks, until the school systemhas teacher's personnel file. Walt Westcott, and Monterey 44 more than one 88 passenger
money Into salaries and benefits technology to do more. Agreed to establish a task fore Wasdin. bus can bauJ.Stalnaker .
Public hearings on budgets:
Thursday, Sept. 10. Brooker, 7:30

7:30 p:,m.Bradford p.m.; Hampton; Starke County, 7,p.m.7:30:Commission;p.m.Lawtey,, $40 Deposit Per Meter Still the Policy of Brooker Council I

9:30: a.m. Monday, Sept. 14. -
meeting. The first Monday Buster Rahn store in town hires a private contractor After Garrett had spent an hour for solid waste pick-up, and one for have discussed turningthe
Rear is Labor Day.Upcoming. BCT Staff Writer to pick up solid waste,and it continues explaining the changes. Chairman water treatment.The farmer's market over to the
Brooker council reviewed its to be billed, receiving no ser Carroll said Brooker has only a part bid for solid waste pick-up town.
... policy of charging $40 deposit on vice. time clerk and does not have the was submitted by Forest Drawdy The council now thinks the Ag
each water meter, regardless of the Council Chairman Roy Carroll appointed personnel to write a comprehensive amount of $400 per month. Since it Department may,in the near future,
The following meetings are number of meters in one person's council members CJ. land use plan for the town. Carroll was the only bid submitted, and lathe make an offer on the old market.
scheduled by local governmental name, in its regular meeting Tues- Stalnaker and AJ1.Adams to review asked Garrett if the Regional Council same amount the town has been One of the buildings la on railroad
agencies: day, Sept. 8.Following. the policy and make a recommendation would prepare a plan for paying in prior yean, the council accepted property and the state is paying
Public hearings on budgets: a brief discussion, the to the council at its next Brooker. in exchange for funding the bid. Drawdy had the contract rent on the land, which It would like
Thursday, Sept. 10. Brooker, 7:30 council decided to leave the policy meeting available from the state. Garrett for solid waste pick-up in to discontinue.
p.m.; Hampton, 7 p.m.; Lawtey, unchanged, requiring a deposit on agreed to do so,having told the council 198687. Brooker doesn't waDt"the
7:30 p.m.; Starke, 7:30 p.m. each meter. Regional Planning.. the state will fund approximately The bid for water treatment is buildings, but needs to gain possession
:. Bradford County Commission, Lowell Garrett representing the $7.700 next year and his agency anticipates similar, in that the lone bidder is the of the land, since its well la
9:30: a.m. Monday, Sept. 14. Waste Pick-Up Policy... North Central Florida Regional a like amount to be fundedin current contract holder, and the bid located on the property.
Regular meeting, delayed a week the is in the amount as prior
second same
attended : year. Brooker has only one pump and
Planning Council the
The council also heard Clerk Linda -
because the first Monday In Sept. '
Robinson discuss the commercial Brooker council meeting to present years, approximately $265 per well. U it breaks down the town will
was Labor Day. changes the 1985 and The council voted to have the month, depending on the number of be out of water. Stalnaker has been
Starke Council 7:30 Tuesday solid waste pick-up policy, and request policies pro Fred !!
: p.m. it cedures. Regional Planning Council prepare samples taken. Magyar was advocating the drilling of an additional -
Sept. 15, city hall, the regular fairness to determine to all commercial it represents firms. The council received: through the the plans contingent on approval by awarded the contract for another well for the past several mon
third second
Monday meeting. The
attorney Roger Blum who not .
was year.Farmer's
said firm mail an 8" by 11.5" book ca ita&Mngapproximately
Robinson one
and thC
final the
public hearing on present at this meeting. erk Robinson said Florida Rural
7-a budget is set at this meeting. generates solid waste the city's contract 1,000pages explainIng Market...
Co.will send representativesee
the 1985 plan which is to be im- a
{ Bradford School Board hauler is not prepared to handle ,
7 p.m. Bid Openings... The Florida of
t Monday Sept. 21, the regular third but the firm continues to be billed plemented some three yean from Two bids and Department Councilman ( Brooker..pJAi
Monday meeting. each month. She also said one now. were opened one each Agriculture

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l"age2A TELEGRAPH September 10.1987 .
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Big Public Hearings Set TonightGoverning

bodies of the four incorporated the first of two meetings required( by been discussed in the Telegraph dur
municipalities within Brad law, prior to final adoption by town ing the planning stages.
ford County will hold public hearings councils.
tonight,Thursday September 10, on The four municipalities have held Engineer to Meet...
proposed 1987-88 budgets. The the tax line this year by acceptingthe Following the public hearing on y
meetings will be held in the respec- rolled back tax figures, submit-- the budget,Starke council expects to
tive city halls, with Hampton ted by the Property Appraiser Jim meet with Jim Robinson, engineeron
meeting at 7 p.m. Brooker Lawteyand my Alvarez. Thus far there has the Downtown Revitalization Pro
Starke wul meet at 7:30 p.m. been no organized opposition to the .
Each of the scheduled meetings is. proposed budgets all of which haveShrimp ject.Robinson represents the engineering
firm England, Thimes and
Miller, Inc. CouncUmembers are _
concerned about the progress of the r
project and have a number of questions -
for the engineer.

DisplacedHomemaker I

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More Classes BeginDisplaced

Homemaker programat
Santa Community College hasa
for only new class starting Monday, Sept.
14, 1987.
The class and other services are
free of charge, but preregistrationis .
required by Friday, Sept. 11. 1
The purpose of the class Is to offer
help to homemakers 35 years of age
or older who have lost the support of
their spouse through either death,
divorce, separation or disability,
and who are planning to re-enter the
job market after years of working in
the home. Planning a new life direction .- .-.
and support from others are :;;"
basic parts of the class. .,.. "'
Job search skills and career exploration
is the major focus of the second "'-by M.rk'_Un
half of the class. Big Art Show in KH...
Art show and Sale and found plenty to look at and to
To register for the class, or for A big crowd of art lovers flocked to Keystone Heights buy.
more information, please call last weekend for the 10th Annual Festival of the Lakes For more on the annual event see page B-3.
.y 3955047.

1987-88 BHS
Dinner includes hied shrimp,golden-brown fish fillet 2 Southern-style
hush puppies,fresh cole slaw natural-cut french fries,lemon wedge and SCHOOL CALENDARAugust
cocktail sauce.

SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY 18. 19.20 &21 Elementary/BMS Pre-Planning January 18 Semester Planning Day ,

All-You-Can-Eat August I9.2Oft: BHS/Vo-Tech Pre-Planning January 19 End of 1st Semester I

August 24 Students Return February 26 Planning DaySeptember
Country-Style Fish Dinner $3.99Dining '
Room Service Only 7 Labor Day March 2 End 4th six:weeks I',:

October End 1st six:weeks April 1 Good Friday

MONDAY & TUESDAY October 9 Planning Day April 4-8 Spring BreakNovember I

17 End 2nd six:weeks April 21 End of 5th six:weeks
TVvo-Piece Fish Dinner $2.39 I
November 26. 26&27 Thanksgiving Holidays May 30 Memorial Day

December 21-January 1 Christmas Holidays June 3 End of 6th six:weeksElementaryBMS I i

January 4 Planning Day June 6&7 .. Post PlanningJanuary '
: f
tCaptainD. IS Students Return June 6, 7&8 '. "..BHS/Vo-Tech Post Planning ;, x,;,,;

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City of Starke has made application to the Starke Zoning and Plann- !

ing Board for reclassification of the property shown on map below,

from R1A & R1C to RID, for residential mobile home or conventional, .

approximately 370 acres in Sections 21 22, and 28, Township 6 South, I ,
Range 22 East. SEPT. 10, 11 12 & 13t

This change in classification is subject to a public hearing before the

Starke Zoning Board on Thursday, September 24, 1987, at 7:00 p.m. in Hj Cable-TV Subscribers Only Kamtti

the Council Room in the Starke City Hall on North Thompson Street, Back to ms

Starke, Florida. At this time all persons interested shall be heard for or I PLUSFOR _

against the proposal and the Board will make a recommendation to the
Starke City Commission for their action to be heard on October 20, 1987at SEPTEMBER GET

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4 Local Highway- Patrol Troopers, on Duty. in Miami for Papal Visit:

by Joe Cissy the political conventions held therein Headquarters itfnormally- 13 men, moderate to '
high humidity are from Clay County. Others are from parties. Local Jaw enforcement
BCT Staff Writer 1972. including' Lt. Barber. The tem- predicted for the
day. areas further west. agencies are needed for traffic control I
Security forces from all over the Four' officers from the Starke porary assignment to Miami Is to Warrant Officer Wayne Hersey of John Joyce,public information officer crowd control,and public safety
State of Florida have been concen- Highway Patrol Headquarters have run through Friday. Starke said that no personnel from for the Florida Department of ,'I said Joyce. "Officers from
trated in Miami this week as Pope been sent to Miami to aide In traffic Major Ken Forester, Florida National the local guard detachment have Law Enforcement, said that throughout the state are to aid the
John Paul II begins his planned I 10 and crowd control. They are: Guard, St. Augustine, said been assigned to Miami. The guardsmen agency in the state that has sworn every local law enforcement of the city of
day visit to the U.S.,and meets with Sergeant David Goodner, and that 2,500 guardsmen will be on duty have been sent from units in officers will be called upon to help Miami and the MetroDade County II
President Ronald Troopers Donald Dean, Philip mostly for crowd control and trafficcontrol. .
Reagan today central and south Florida. with security measures Officers are agencies,and not for the personal
(Thursday, Sept. 10). Kraszewskl.local(and David Myers. They will also have Dewey Weaver, public informa- to be stationed along both sides of protection of dignitariea." .
At least a half million people are "The officers will be engaged helicopters available for emergen-- tion officer of the Game and Fresh the planned parade route at a spac- It is estimated that the State ef I
expected to be on hand for the Papal primarily with traffic control" and cies, and are assigned the task of Water Fish Commission In Lake City ing of 12 feet or so, according to Florida will spend about$1.5 million
visit today (Thursday,Sept. 10) and some crowd safety control, said Lt. providing water tankers and water said that 16 people from the Nor- Joyce on security measures for the visit.
Friday, the biggest crowds in the Winston II. Barber, of the local to the crowd at the outdoor Mass on theast Florida Region were sent to federal Secret Service has Dade County' Tamlami Park: is I
history: of Dade County bigger than Patrol Headquarters. Friday morning at the Tamiami Miami, but only one from the area the responsibility of protecting the the site of an outdoor Mass\ on.Fri
The, at the Starke Park. Mid-90_ degree heat, and near here, Officer Steve Chance Pope, President Reagan, and their day morning I

, Publisher Says Gainesville Sun Plans to Expand Coverage Satellite Communities 1::1

John W. Fitzwater, publisher of ding the Sun't news coverage in Ocala, is slated to Join the Sun's Senator Hefflin of Alabama paid to compete in today's high tech, in- with the demands of today' com I
the Gainesville Sun, spoke at the Gainesville satellite communities sports staff. tribute to Fitzwater in the Congressional dustrialized world. He deplored the puterized economy.Fitzwater .
Starke Rotary Club on Sept. 2, with special emphasis on high schoolsports TTlzwaterrwho was cited as one of Record for his work with the high dropout rate in Florida, whichIs
I outlining upcoming changes In the events, and other community three outstanding young leaders in Shoals Industrial Development the second highest In the nation said the New York
New York Times-owned newspaperin activities. Buddy Collings, former Kentucky in 1970, stressed his in- Authority in Northwest Alabama. pointing out that high schooldropouts Time does not attempt to influence
coming months. sports writer for the Bradford County terest in improving economic oppor- The speaker are not equipped to cope its editorial policy or news coverage.
i Fitzwater,who was introduced by Telegraph, and more lately for tunities in the Santa Fe Region as tance of vocational and teal with the demands of today's com- "We are entirely independent in formulating
! Al Crosby, outlined plans for expan- papers at Fernandina Beach and well as the Sun's home base. U.S. training in equipping young people puterized economy. these policies. -, ," he said. I
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i Sept. 1 start of marsh hen FOREST from 301
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The season runs from Sept. 1 Bar-B-Q Ribs. .3 down $1.69 Ib SUBDIVISION CALL: ((904)) 475-1848
through Nov. 9 with
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Clapper and King Rails, (singly or in Rib Eye 790+ each
aggregate), Sora and Virginia Rails Boneless Smoked Ham $1.99 lb. \ '
have a daily limit of 25 birds singlyor 'Msma I
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limit is 15 per person. Cosa Cola or Pepsi Cola I
There is no open season on purple br/f e $ e
gallinules. Another migratory bird 16 oz.6 pk.$1.99 + Dep & Tax
season beginning in September is
the early duck season which beging -
Sept. 26-30.Shooting hours again are
one-half hour before sunrise until
sunset. Bag limit is four ducks per
day not more than one of which may
be a species other than teal or wood
duck. These limits apply only to the
early duck season. YEAR
The south's most popular
migratory bird season begins October -
3, as hunters seek feeding and
watering spots of the mourning and ( END
whitewinged doves. The season con- SALE
tinues through October 25. Second rlilmm.mlI
phase runs from Nov. 1429. Third
phase runs from Dec. 12 throughJan.

AU hunters, except those exempt
by law, taking or attempting to take -
migratory game birds are required
to have a valid 'Florida hunting F-150

license license stamp., auclr. In addition'hunters'to frre're-0 a hunting 'V. 1987 .. ..

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to the next council meeting to
discuss installation of a well and .
Councilman George Pierce, who
was appointed to contact the
railroad last month to get permis-
sion to run a 12" pipe under the rail *
line, said he has a meeting set for DOWN
Thursday, Sept 10. The line will be
installed as a conduit,through whicha
water line may be run at some 1987 RANGER
future time. o
The council set today (Thursday,
Sept. 10) at 7:30 p.m., for a public
hearing on the budget. The second 'Yr/Mr rwr nI .
and final public hearing on the d." '
budget is set for Sept. 21. I 89950t\ 1iI I""o"-1'
Clerk Linda Robinson, a 10 year
veteran of the clerk's office, submit- r
ted her resignation, effective e
September 30. .
The council, anticipating the l
notice expressed its regrets in her NOTHING
leaving, but accepted the resigna

tion.Mayor Blake Hamilton said he 1987 TAURUS L-WAGON
would make a recommendation for a *
replacement for the clerk's positionat 3 to choose from DOWN
the meeting of Sept. 21. In the
meantime Mayor Hamilton is
soliciting applications from anyone 1.90/0 ESCORT GT
wishing to be considered for the job.

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Indian Aborigines Were in Bradford County Area 10,000 Years Ago

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Indian arrowheads, spearheads and other !1'll Ida end Georgia,earlier by torn 800 years
artifacts gathered in the lake areas of Bradford than the occurrence of pottery in any other
part of continental U.S. according to Tebeau.
Union and Clay Counties are evidence pl
that this area was inhabited by human beingsas Little pottery has been found in this area,
far back as 10,000 years ago in what is however.
known as the Paleo-Indian era. Starting about 1,000 B.C. (the Transitional n
According to Charlton W. Tebeau's Historyof Period), new Ideas and new tools brought by
Florida, the first Indians in the peninsula migrating peoples changed Florida from a
were part of the great migration from nor- hunting, fishing, wild roots-and-berrles
theastern Asia,when nomadic tribes apparently economy to one that produced some of its food 4Palm
came across the land bridge from Siberia to by agriculture requiring the making of cook- TN
Alaska during the late Pleistocene, or Ice Age. ing vessels and other utensils.
The oceans were considerably lower at that At the beginning of the historical period -
time than they are now, forming a land mass around 1500, Florida Indians numbered about Pressure Chipping Illustrating
_across Bering Strait from Asia to Alaska.At : .. 25,000. They had come a long way from the Drilling Method. Use of Hand protective covering
primitive, nomadic hunting culture of the first cA
the time of the earliest migrations into Inhabitants, developing a complex economic, ""
North Florida, when many larga animals still social and political culture. Some lived In large
lived here the Indians were almost exclusively communities and traded with distant tribes. w' .
hunters according to Tebeau. They used flesh They fought bravely to keep possession of the Y ..IY 'T1
for food, skins for clothing, and bones and land on which they lived and considered to be 1ytiF
sinews for tools and ornaments. They used their own. According to Tebeau they were .. _
wood throwing-spears or Javelins tipped! with sometimes friendly and helpful to the newcom-
fluted stone points that are often found in ing white settlers, but were often hostile to the r
association with bones of extinct animals proving invaders of their homeland, depending on the I A
the presence of mankind at that early attitudes and activities of those they con- ,
date. The arrowheads and projectile points remaining sidered intruders.In ,
in this area are usually found near two and a half centuries after the comingof
swampy places where large animals become Ponce de Leon in 1513: ,most of the aboriginal _
bogged down or near lakes, springs, and had
Indians (Timucuan tribes in this area) c
streams where they habitually to drink.Tebeau's .
came out
disappeared. They had been wiped by
history says that an especially large diseases introduced to Florida by the Spanish
number of have been found by diversin
and French warfare among
explorers; by 4
the Santa Fe River.
themselves and with the white man; and some
When large animals became extinct,hunters had willingly migrated out of the area to get
turned to deer, raccoons, opossums, turkeys, beyond reach of the invaders. The last of the
small birds, and other smaller animals for aborigines,less than 200, left Florida with the '(
food, as well as edible roots and nuts. Projectile departing Spanish in 1763 and did not return for .1-- iw4j
points became smaller,as the size of game the second Spanish occupation twenty years
declined. later.

Around 5,000 B.C. the previously nomadic "To occupy the land left by the departing
game hunters began to "settle down" and the aboriginal Indians and to escape the pressure
first suggestions of villages, or semi- from white Invaders from Georgia and
permanent settlements began to appear in Alabama, Indians who were known as
locations that filled their needs. The typical Seminoles (wild men) began to move into
tool used was a fairly large-stemmed spear Florida early in the 18th century," Tebeau .
point, the most common chipped artifact in writes. Their migrations were not completed -
Florida.Their tools included a great variety of until almost a century later on the eve of acquisition -
stone knives, scrapers, and drills. They also of the territory by the U.S. government -
developed crude gouges, knives and stone
axes (celts) used m the production of dugout In the 1830s and '40s, these new Indians _
canoes, such as those recently found in peat fought in a series of wars against efforts to
wetlands around Keystone Heights.At remove them from their land and place themon
about 2,000 B.C.. late in the so-called Archaic reservations in the western states and South
period, pottery-making began to occur in Florida, where some tribes still survive.etrixcmiALs .

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Dropouts Drop Lots of Cash

Ceremonial SymbolThis

delicately-carved of white
i In order to help Increase awareness of "Young people need to know they are stone resembles the Thunderbird piece of

the problem, Senator Lawton Chiles is hurting themselves and their lifetime western Indian culture, and is believed by
holding seminars around the country on earnings by 40 percent by not earning a its finder, Kevin Tillman, to have been us-
I the excessive school dropout rate, diploma." The new Florida plan allowsa ed in some type of religious ceremonies by '
the Indians. : .
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where Florida has the unenviable business to enter into a contract with : l ,;nlbi .". ,
record of leading the nation (except for the school usually guaranteeing a job to .h."tm @\ ..WlUAij."O

one state at the bottom of the stack). potential dropouts, if the student agrees

With approximately one-third of to remain in school until graduating.Last .

students at BUS dropping out before year Florida spent $4,056 per

graduation, it is estimated that loss to pupil on education, compared to the na- .. _.- ---....... -
the school system in FTE (Full Time tional average of $3,970. But nationally, .
Equivalent funds would be close to a more than 70 percent of students

million dollars over a four-year period. graduate from school. In Florida, the Cache of Indian BladesAmateur
The loss to the dropout students over a graduation rate is 61 percent, which % .

lifetime would, of course, be In- means that approximately 40,000

calculable. youngsters start out in life with very archeologists are having a field day picking up or digging up Indian
arrowheads drills, and stones around lakes and streams in
Senator Chiles has introduced new poor chances of success. spearheads chipping
the of Bradford Union and Counties.
area Clay
legislation, the National Dropout In Bradford County at least 100 .
Act which will ; Like the wiley fishermen who used to say that all big catches were made in"Ben
Prevention provide $50 the
of 300
students out every entering -. ny's Pool" (which must have been located somewhere in Shangri-La), the artifact
million to state and local governmentsfor ninth grade drop out before graduation.The hunters are understandably reluctant to reveal the location of their favorite hun-
pilot programs in dropout preven- school system loses some $190,000per Fracturing a Large Stone With a ting grounds. We're not about to violate their confidential sources.

tion. The bill would provide substantial year due to dropouts, but the financial hanmsrBtono cast aa a ndssle. Pictured above are two of the most avid collectors in this area with a sampling of
assistance at the federal level. loss to the dropout student remainsfor their finds, some of which have been classified by museums and dealers as dating
Educators realize that the dropout problem a lifetime. Senator Chiles believesthey're as far back as 8,000 B,C. when aboriginal Indians roamed this area then teeming
might actually have its foundationin limiting their earnings by a with mastadons and other large game animals.At .

kindergarten where poor reading whopping 40 percent if they fail to get @: top is Kevin Tillman showing a few of the finer pieces in his collection. From
habits, poor emotional development, that high school diploma.Auditing :: left they are: A Bolen bevelled arrowhead with serrated(saw tooth) edges,with an
and home backgrounds of drug abuse estimated age of 8,000 years. The unusually long spearhead at center also has a
,. serrated edge. It is dated back to an era of 10,000 years ago and has an appraised
and child abuse lay the foundation for value running into four figures. The other three arrows and spearheads have Kirk
later problems and habits that are Is Vital i serrated points fashioned by chipping with a deer antler.In .

already formed before students reach ,'I lower photo,James Geiger who has been collecting since he was 12 years old,
high school.. s. displays a cache of eleven blades he found bound together more than three feet
underground. They were all pointed in the same direction (north) and Geiger
On the state level, Education Draping judicial robes over the theorizes that they were made by the same man and stored for future use by In-
Secretary Betty Castor has announced a shoulders of an attorney does not dians who were nomads, leaving one area when game became scarce,and return
new public/private venture designed to automatically imbue wisdom, and other t a later date.Geiger says the blades could be used as knives,or fashioned into
encourage students to stay in school sometimes judges do dumb things. weapons, as desired.
with promises of part-time Jobs and to a story in the September Chipping a Stem at Kelt on Anvil Geiger says that his latest find,made last weekend,was a small-bore drill,madeof
after graduation.The According ton* by striking it with a haaa.raton. flint, and used for drilling holes in animal hides and other objects. Most of the
career opportunities Florida Times .
2, 1987 issue of The flint used In the tools and weapons came from the mountainous areas of North
plan Union, Circuit Judge Lamar Winegeart : Georgia and the Carolinas, Geiger believes.
board callsleaderseask- established a secret drug fund in the
ing businesses to sign contracts with Clay County Sheriff's office, which is

local school districts to provide part- never audited.
established 8 County Agent's Notebook ey Bobby ---
time for students who remain in The fund was years ago, Taylor-
school lobs the possibility of fulitime in 1979, and is now some $48,000 in the

jobs alter graduation. Castor would like Is busy month for leaving at least four leaves on each sho
red.Every September a very Preparationused
for at least 5,000 students to be able to accounting student who has dedicated garden hobbyists; in our area.A Fall Landscape But do NO further cutting after the tent

participate in this program during the passed basic 101 Accounting is aware of new vegetable gardemng season is here on camellias. When properly this month.

next four years. In turn, business the absolute necessity of auditing all and now's the time to make and preparationsfor ornamental employed, GibberelHc Acid increases Finally, don't relax your guard agai

operators participating in the programwill funds held in trust, regardless of the planting Also this annuals is a good time for a newer size, ana produces blooms much lawn and ornamental pests It's still
benefit from a pool of educated, trustee, public official, church shrubs.general cleanup, of home grounds. And, sooner than would be possible without the enough for insects like scales whitefii to
early flowering of mites, aphids. and caterpillars, ca
treatment. Encouraging
well-trained workers from which to still with we
accountant. weather is us
treasurer, or since warm camellias is a good idea, because it serious ornamental damage. And,
draw a work force. Auditing has a two-fold purpose, to ac- need to continue to be watchful for insect minimizes the danger of freeze damage, webworms and fall armyworms could s
This community is fortunate to have a count for proper disbursement of the and disease problems.If and helps insure an abundance of blooms. injure your lawn. Also, the disease bro

Chamber of Commerce Education Com- money, and perhaps more important, to you want a flower garden this fall and n you're interested in trying Gibberellic patch notice might of infest these your problems lawngrass., start con If :'
and has the integrity of the person now's the time to decide on a location Acid camellias, here's how. First any
mittee that is already in place protect start preparing the soil. You should try to on your flower bud. measures immediately..For specific
several beneficial programs under handling the money. locate the garden bed in an area that select Remove a the well-developed growth bud that you'll find "trol advice, check with your gar
including the highly successful"Shadowing Every accountant appreciates the receives full sun for at least half the day. growing next to the flower bud. When center, or your county agent.
Day" in which teams of necessity of auditing. Although he may And, if possible, stay away from large you've done this you'll notice a small
x high school juniors visit local fight with the auditor over proceduresand trees. Tree roots will quickly use any near- cuplike place where the growth bud came It's A Five-Year
businesses and industries to find out account distribution, the honest accountant by fertilizer and water. So you where want trees to off. Fill this cup with one drop of the acid
spot Bash
flowers a
your notice differencein Birthday
grow a
them tick. Such would resign before continuinga moisture and
what makes a programof won't compete for soil treated and untreated
is in- bud size,between Because our Constitution Is so import
The auditor
is beneficial in helping job, sans auditing. nutrients.
job-monitoring week.
is camellias, in about a to us, Americans will take five years
students become more aware of surance that his integrity guarded
You can choose from a wide selection of September is the last time you should celebrate its 200th birthday I
business opportunities and choose a against baseless charges. attractive annuals for fall planting. Someof poinsettias. As I've pointed out The Bicentennial Commission will foe
career which is both interesting and With the secret account $48,000 in the the hardy species, which will tolerate prune previously, poinsettias should be pruned on a different part of the Constitutloi I
profitable. hole Clay County Sheriff Jennings Mur- cold weather Include Alyssum,Candytuft, regularly during spring and summer history during each of these years:
rhee is leaving himself open for severe Dlanthus Baby'a Breath Verbeena, growth to develop more compact plants 1987 The writing and signing of the Co
Giving the dropout problem a high in allowing an unaudited ac- Phlox Calendulas, Petunias Pansies, with an abundance of shOWY bracts. But stitution
criticism All of these, 1988 The ratification of the Constituti
priority on the agenda of this committee Snapdragons and SweetPeas. you should not prune after September 10
student count in his office. 'which can be planted In late September, because you'll reduce flowering by remov- 1989 The formation of our feder
might prove beneficial. to the Mark Twain said, "Everyone is ig- should be readily available at most of our ing buda that begin developing about that government
the business and the community as a norant about something." It appears local garden centers. time. If you'd like to prune your poinsettias 1990 The writing of the Bill of Rights

whole.In two public officials have something to During September r and October a once more, do it NOW. Cut back the RlgbtaPage 1991 The ratification of the Bill
that's about 12 inches long,
the words of Senator Chiles, learn. substance called Gibberelllc Acid is often new growth



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September 10. 1987 TELEGRAPH Page SA

Upcoming Events ) Hampton HiLites ,,-_, By Phone Dolores 468-1915,Meng ... .... ... ...,- .. .... .... ... ... ... ....- i

Home from hospital... Teresa and Lawrence Meng Feezeli; 11-TammyRhoden,
Silver Anniversary Open House Bertice Slade was a patient hosted a Labor Day pizza party witha Amanda Meng 12-Edward Baker,
several days last week at Bradford variety of other good food for a Kimberly Aquitar; 13-Nikkl Baker,
Set For Mr. & Mrs. Williams __ Hospital. large group of relatives. Laurel Sanford Shawn Muse;
M Emory Prevatt, Jr.. is Jinx and June Dunn and daughters 14-Mindy LeBlanc; 15-Ertk Scog-
An open house honoring the Silver Church fellowship hall from 2-4 p.m. I recuperating following his stay at spent the weekend at their Hampton gins, David Bridges, Chris Truett
25th Anniversary of Margaret and All friends and relatives are cordially North Fla. Regional Hospital. Lake property. Joseph McArdle.

I Edwin (PeeWee) Williams will be invited to attend the open I ir Escapes fire... September Birthdays... Hampton Elementary
given by their children on Sunday, house. The family requests no gifts.
Sept. 13 at the First Christian Jeannie Baker lost her pickup Sept. 1-Andy Hall E.W. Hodges;
I truck when it caught fire while driv- 2-.Scott Clark, Mary Ann Sept. 10-Registration for Girl
: ing to work last Friday.She was for- Parmenter; 3-Michael Landon,Holly Scouts and Boy Scouts 7:30 p.m.
I ... Winkler-Jackson To Wed Sept. 19 I tunate to leave the vehicle without Sanford; 4-Fred Peeples,Hannah Sept. 15-Open House for Grades 1-6.
T injury. Ford; 5--Daniel Davis Noemi a great opportunity for parents to
The wedding of Jennifer Clare A reception in their honor will be Visitors... Aviles, Shannon Aguinaldo, Leslie visit classrooms and meet teachers.
Winkler and Rodney Leroy Jackson held at the Officers' Club immediately Brown Tanya Nichols; 6-Donna Try to top this-Mr. Watson had 42
will be celebrated Saturday,Sept. 19 following the ceremony.All Jewel and Bill Young spent the Peeples Kristy Lee Randee Var- parents attend Kindergarten Open
: I at 4 p.m., at the Post Chapel at friends and relatives of the cou- Labor Day weekend with her num; 7-Christina Crawford Cassie House on Sept. 11 t
'8 _._ Camp Standing. ple and their families are invited to brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Carter; 8-Christopher Gibbs, Jen- Please bring Campbell's can
share this occasion with them. Ga.Mrs. George Ward in Columbus, nifer Glenn; 9-TerrJ; Keenan.Steven labels to the school for obtaining

I school supplies.

I Hersey-Starling To Wed Sept. 26 Daniel Martin

With Call Forwarding
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight O. Hersey of Mike is a 1986 graduate of Brad
, :':.:: Lake Butler would like to announce ford County High School and is now Daniel Martin Will
::: the approaching marriage of their wmployed at Gilman's Paper Co. in RecitalLocal
: :::.: daughter, Pamela Elaine, to Maxville.No Give Organ calls always find

. : Michael Wayne Starling,son of Rev. local invitaions are being sent. artist Daniel D.Martin son your you.That .
=: and Mrs. Charles Starling of All friends and relatives are invitedto
of Ralph and Charlene Martin'of
: Lawtey. attend.
= Starke,will present an organ recitalin means:

; -: The wedding is planned for 7 P.M. the Phillips Recital Hall at You can call on all your neighbors and still get all your calls.

.: on Saturday, Sept. 26 at Sardis Bap Douglas ReunionSet Jacksonville University. on Tuesday, You can steal away to your favorite restaurant and would-be
::: tist Church in Worthington Springs. Sept. 22. at 7 p.m.Jacksonville
for Sept. 20 University is locatedat burglars will think you're still at home.

::. A reception will follow the ceremony 2800 University Boulevard North, You can play"Monopoly" at a friend's house without missingout
in Jacksonville. The recital is of
:' at the fellowship hall at the church. The Douglas Family Reunion will part on important business deals.
his requirements for the Bachelor of any
be held 20 at the
Sunday, Sept ,
=: Pam is a graduate of Union County Lakeside Community Center in Lake Music Degree in Organ Perfor- Your friend can take messages when you take off for the weekend.You .

.:' High School. Butler beginning at 10 A.M.A mance. can have your phone follow you by dialing a simple code
Dan his of in
covered dish lunch will be began study music
servo other local numbers.
that transfers calls to
Starke under Mrs. Joanne Canova at
ed at noon. All friends and relativesare
invited to attend. 10 years of age. He was piano accompanist -
for BUS chorus for a two- Call Forwarding. For all the times you're on the move.

year period, and studied Music
j; Social Briefs. Theory both under direction of Don
Hardy. While attending high school
I he participated in and received '
superior ratings in District and State CEMTEL
: Clare Winkler Honored With ShowerMiss Solo and Ensemble festivals. Dan .
has also played for many school and ".'
community functions including accompanist -
Clare Winkler honoredat her in
was The honoree opened gifts
in and
Where connect
a miscellaneous bridal shower the family room and displayed themon people
recently "Carousel", receiving rave >
last at the homeof hearth in the living "
Thursday evening the fireplace reviews from critics. Sign-up fees will be waived for Touch-Call
Rev. and Mrs. Norman Reddingon room for the guests. The hostesses Martin has previously served as and all Custom-Calling features through'
East Raiford Rd. the honoree her mother
presented organist at Keystone United September 30, 1987
Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. (Mrs. George Winkler), and the Methodist Church, Murray Hill
Marian Douglas, Mrs. Jack Hazen, groom's mother (Mrs. LeRoy United Methodist Church In
Mrs. Maggie Miller, Mrs. J.T. Jackson) with corsages upon their Jacksonville, Beach United
Prevatt Mrs. Redding and Mrs. arrival at the party.Refreshments Methodist Church in Jacksonville M
f .
James E. Rogers, Jr. were served from Beach, and is currently serving at
Riverside Baptist Church in
the dining room. The table was
WiseTinslerEngagement centered with a large wicker basket
Martin has been a student at
filled with daisies.Punch was
Told yellow Jacksonville University for the past
served from one end of the table anda
three years and is an organ studentof
large decorated cake was served
Prof. William Saunders.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace A. Wise of from the opposite end.
Washington, In., proudly announce The hostesses gave the bridetobea The recital will include works by
the engagement of their daughter, cup and saucer to her chosen china Bach, Wldor, Franck, as well as a 4
: Julee Ann to John L. Tinsler, son of pattern as a memento of the occa selection written for pedals alone by
Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Tinsler of sion. American composer Vincent Per- F,' s
Lexington Va., and Mr. and Mrs. sishetti. t V
-: Lester Walker of Lawtey. No wedding Everyone is invited to this free kry

date has been set at this time. recital.
: Julee and John are both 1984 Mr. & Mrs. Rogers
? graduates of Bradford High School St. Edward's News

and 1986 graduates of Santa Fe Com- Host BreakfastMr. Altar Society Bazaar...

munity College. Julee is of currently Florida and Mrs. James E. Rogers Betty Dazinski, president, con- -4"j" "

...,._" while attending working University part-time at !the.City, Jr., were hosts at breakfast on Sun- ducted the meeting of St. Edward's J>4"" ...1....."'., ., ......
.j day morning, Aug. 30,for the out-of- Altar Society held in the parish hall ofm
is also ,
Office. John .
Grant .
of Starke 1 '
"j ;:; Ii" :0'1. c '
town family members and out-of- 1. Altar chair
the Grant Office and he Tuesday night, Sept.
employed by
town weekend who attendedthe for altar
will the of Floridain guests man Toni! Coss volunteered
begin University
Saturday evening wedding and care during September.
January. reception of their daughter and son- Bazaar chairman Bobbie Moore
in-law, Dr. and Mrs. John David outlined plans for the Parish Bazaarto
Announcing... Woody. be held Saturday Nov. 21 in the
The invited guests met at the Stan theme of 'A Country Christmas'.
Timothy LindbergJoe ding Officer's Club on Kingsley Lakeat Among featured items will be a
10 a.m., and enjoyed a casual and spaghetti dinner, other food booths "
E. and Claudia E. Lindberg of .
informal getting acquainted morn- crafts and Memberswere
Starke proudly announce the birth of .if-
ing before the out-of-town guestsand asked to save usable attractive
a son, Timothy Joe, born August 30 family members departed for articles for the Anybody's Treasures ,
.. in Gainesville. their respective towns and homes.
: :.;";,' Maternal grandparents are Linda 13, a welcoming
On Sunday, Sept.
Faye Miller of Starke and the late covered dish dinner will be held in f
.....: Lucky Paternal Miller. Neal the parish hall at 5 p.m.when Father .4t
grandparents are LEILA'SDRESS Philip will be honored as ,
... Gagan t
: R. Lindbert of Starke and Lillian V. at
Edward's pastor. \ .
-.' Williams of Lake City. Greeat the St. t.
On Oct. 1 at 7 p.m, a demonstration -
grandparents are Mr.and Mrs.L.A.
& GIFT hall
will be held in the parish
:,. :'. Wood of Valdosta, Ga. featuring Christmas Around the

,. ;);,,: SHOPBRADFORD World articles.
:' ". Ashley Carol Clark Following the meeting

Clayton and Mary Annette Clark refreshments were served by the Ci Centel.1987
,,0' of Lake Butler announce the birth of SQUARE hostesses Betty Dazinski and .
:,,:. ?: their daughter,Ashley Carol. Pauline Oeschger.
:: '.;" Ashley was born on Tuesday Sept.
! ;_ ... 1 at Alachua General Hospital in LkjtiCT SPORT
:! : .. Gainesville. She was 6 Ibs., 8 ozs. size
and 18 1/2 inches long at birth.
Paternal grandparents are Mr. 3/4 '
." Is
: ": and Mrs.Jimmie W.Clark of Starke. df j 13/14 I I I

:.: :. Maternal grandparents are Mr.
-.' and Mrs. Leon Shadd of Lake Butler.

":.:.,.? Paternal great-grandparents are
.':.. -. .. Mr. and Mrs. Russell McRae of
Maternal great-grandparents are / s I a P Ili IliI
:.1. Mr. and Mrs. E.E. Stewart of
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Garrett Richard Ellington

Melanie and Richard (Rickey)

Ellington of Lake Butler announcethe ? I I I / a-
birth of their son, Garrett r

Garrett was born on Thursday, TkV
Sept.3 at Alachua General Hospital.
He weighted Ibs., IS ozs.and was 19
.. inches long at birth.Paternal 1I
grandparents are Mr. .1 /
and Mrs. Harlis Ellington If Lake

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I prsrwieoti
I Tammy Morrow To Judge Preliminary \ i

I Beauty Pageant Sept. 13 I

The Florida Rainbow Beauty holds various titles throughout the
t Pageant will have an impressive state including being listed in the
I board of judges at their preliminary Who's Who of Women 198788.
I pageant at the Ramada Inn in Another Judge will be Monika ,
I Jacksonville this Sunday, Sept. 13. Mychajhw. a former cheerleaderand .
cheerleading Judge. ,
Our own local celebrity and 1987 These three very qualified women I C 4 L .
Strawberry Queen Tammy Morrow will select a Teeny Rainbow. Baby -
will be one of the Judges for this Rainbow and Kiddie Rainbow beau-
event. Tammy is the recipient of ty. They will judge talent modeling ,
many beauty titles and has Just and photogenic competition. Girls M1155
recently competed with over 200 contestants from 0-18 will be vieing for these +
' in the Miss Florida titles and hoping to win one of two I/J ,...
Pageant. pot-o-gold cash awards rainbow
I Also among the Judges will be watches rainbow plaques flowers
Bonita Nice-Hood an alternate trophies, and tiaras. i:
II cheerleader for the Dallas Cowboyshas Entry:: is limited, but some door ""
, Judged many beauty, talent and registration is still open. Call Kelly ..\. ""t I' ".......
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I member of the UF Dance Corps and tion. .".,. t\.W .

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Kneeling from left to right Master Sgt.James E.Morris Archie Kitties
USDA cards now being used(blue cards) will expire September 30. Jr.. Robert PiUrnan. Mrs. Beverly Leverson Pittman, Edward Hamilton
1987. Everyone must be recertified before October distributions in orderto and Henry Common.
receive Commodities in October. No recertifying will be done during Second row: Ms.Linda Davis Mrs.Geraldine Wanton Lewis Ms.Naomi Body Image Inc.
recertified distribution and so make receive sure your you new go card.to your site on the day you are to be !Jenkl.... Mrs. Sylvia Williams Patterson Mrs. Frankle Jackson Jerldo, ,

Everyone applying for new USDA cards must have PROOF OF AD- Mrs.Ruth Clark Williams. Ms. Carolyn Myers. Mrs. Brenda King Butler
DRESS. No Post Office Number will be accepted without either voters' Mrs. Jacquelyn Mitchell Thomas Mrs. Valara Jenkins Parks, and Mrs. By Popular Demand!
registration card or utility bill showing the service address. Proof of address Shirley Young Branham.
may be a letter addressed to rent receipt voters'registration .ckrow: Leon Thomas Mrs.Cynthia Williams Brown Elder Sylvester
utility bill,social security check SSI check. VA check etc. showing your Bright Rev. Cecil Williams Ms. Gladys Odums. Ms. Willie Mae Powell Expands its Starke
address. tat Sgt. Leroy Thomas Jr.. and Louis Parks.
If you receive Food Stamps,please bring your Letter of Decision(Food I
I Stamps Cards will not qualify you). If on Medicaid: please bring current ProgramClasses
I Medicaid Card. Class of '67 Enjoys Weekend Reunion Events
All others must meet income guidelines. meet at the
Dates and sites for recertific bon sites: The Class of '67 began on Friday at the Pittman Brothers Place where a
LAWTEY get-reacquainted party was held. First Presbyterian Church
Sept. 14-Recreation Center (Middleburg), 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Saturday the events continued with a buffet dinner and dance, and Sun- Monday & Wednesday 4
HAMPTON day the memorial and dedication service. The reunion was capped off Sun p.m.
Sept. 15-Hampton City Hall, 9Ba.m.p.m.. day by supper at the Pittman Brothers Place for good-byes. Tuesday & Thursday, 6 p.m.
Awards were given to couples in the class that traveled the farthest,won Come an Class
try Introductory
Sept. 16-Brooker City Hall 9 m.-12 noon by 1st and Mrs.
Sgt. Leroy Thomas Jr.,who came from El Paso, Texas.
16-Pleasant Grove Award for the couple married the longest went to Mr. and Mrs. Louis FREE!
STARK.m. Parks with 16 years of wedded bliss. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pittman were $25/Mo. Unlimited Attendance in Starkeor

Sept. 17-Old RJE School, 9 a.m.-t p.m. the newly-weds married only 1 month. Keystone Studio
Sept. 18-Old RJE School 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Special thanks to the "Home Team" for organizing and planning these 473-3324 473-3784 473-4106
memorable events. They also deserve an award. See you all in 5 more-
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Young Tornadoes Take It On the Chin Against KHHS, Lake Butler '/

Young Bradford High gridders gressive and got after people, safd defensive backs did not come up of waiting UHS players. The Tigers
took it on the nose last Friday night Coach Hurse. quickly to stop the run. UHS had had to start again from the Tornado
Sept. 4, losing 7-0 to Union High of Coach Hurse pointed out the offense 5.12.9.CI.8,7,54. 10 30 yard line after Patterson fumbledthe
Lake Butler and W to Keystone operated without running back 0.-3hofan}V4,yards,using up moat of football back to them.
High in the annual preseason Jam- Rodney Mosley, who called three the quarter of Lyn Thomas ran 10 yards to the 20
boree played In Starfce. hours before the jamboree to say he UHS banged out four first downs on the cross buck before Tornado Ed
Union poked the football down the had to attend a family reunion. So right up the Tornado middle to the Douglas made the stop. Then UHS'
BHS middle to beat BHS 7-0,but was BHS operated without eight Injuredplayers ; Bradford 18 yard line.Suddenly,the Thomas went through a big hole at
edged 3-0 by Interlachen on a plus Mosley. Tigers switched to running wide but right guard before the Tornadoes
38 Keystone Semione field goal. Coach Mike Sexton the defensive the Tornadoes defended the wide could stop him inside the one yard
beat Interlachen High coordinator also missed the jamboree game well. Eric Nazworth and line.
r 7-0 behind the running of Eric Taylor because he took his daughter Malachi Jenkins stopped Tiger Lyn Finally getting low.
and edged Bradford High 3-0 on a 42 Michelle to college in Troy, Thomas for a four yard loss. Then defense got tough and st pimped the
yard Bob Buckwalter field goal. Alabama. QB Harrison kept on the option and first down play from inside the one
r. Interlachen coming off a 10-1( lost a yard as the Tornadoes came for no gain.: QB Harrison lost half a
r season and the defending district UIIS 7 BUS 0 up quickly. yard on second down Tornado
r champion, lost 7-0 to KHS and 3-0 to Key to Union High running up the QB Harrison threw on third down tackle Dane Clark making the stop.
f UHS. BHS middle was the BHS tackles and BHS defensive back Darrin Patterson Then with the football on the one
} V 6I A sparse crowd with about as standing up."Get low!", Intercepted at the five. Patterson yard line, a Tornado lineman, his
many people milling around the east coaches repeatedly holler returned the Intercepted pass bead down, jumped offsides. The
endzone as in the stands attendedthe The Tigers drove 76 yards in 19 20 yards but allowed the football to penalty,halfway to the goal put the
I jamboree on a humid rain plays with QB Richard Harrison be knocked from his grasp.The football football on the one-halyard line.
+ h threatening night. It rained a few scoring from half-yard out with 2:23: : bounced forward. .-, !intAthe hands see'...1"
drops but the game was completed. left in the quarter.

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year Starkes Only Home Owned
HWY 301 North
Stove*Cindy Futch Stan 358 W. Madison 964-7170
Auto-Marine- Independant Bank 964-7500 -
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I Several BHS Players Still InjuredFacing

a tough opener with With seven or eight Flagler pects the game to be decided In the
several players still injured and with players going both ways Coach fourth period.
players forced to go both ways,Head Hurse says the outcome of the game BHS will be outsized;nothing new.
Tornado David Hurse expects a will depend on which team is in bet- But the Flagler eleven has a big line
tough opening game with Flagler ter physical condition. The veteran and some speedy backs.
Palm Coast tomorrow night' (Friday coach,beginning his 31st year at the The Tornadoes are still young,and
,Sept. 11) on Bradford field. helm of the Tornado griddera. ex- coming off a 2-8 season.Coach Hurse

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I ....,. games
( """ "";- '1.'I." .( '''.;' '-':.,"'" '"' ;''' t getting too many people hurt, the
/Jfl.i't!; I ,Tt 1 o }.rr\'T: ) : 'I Tornadoes could become a tough

OFBUDGET ,t.,'!..... ,. .t..._..L'."J.....\\iL.. ..._.,,";1,1-.., .,..J'. .. -,-,q _:.ltt_..!-"\"....h..,...:>.L.1.; "r'i':''''IU..... i: football Eight team.players missed the
preseason jamboree, however. But
Saturday- September 12 lOAM on site with Andy Tison back, the Tor-
HEARINGThe nadoes will have only four or five
(Real Estate Sells at 11:30 AM) players going both ways. And, except -
3 Bedroom Home,Furnishings and Equipment where injuries prevent it, the
445 West Pratt St. Starke, FL Tornado coaches have taught
players two or three positions so the
Bradford County-Board of County Commis- COLLECTORS LIQUIDATION & CONSOLIDATIONThis players can switch off and get some
lovely estate type home rests comfortably on a full 1/2
sioners Hearing for the Final Adoption of the acre of prime real estate In the heart of Starke.The lot Is 100"x rest.Good news for Tornadoes is the
20CT. return to practice this week of letter-
| 1987-88 Budget will be held on Tuesday. There are 1446 sq.ft of living area,including 3 bedrooms. 1 man tackle Andy Tison,210-12 will,who be
1/2 baths,living dining&family rooms,central heat&air, 1 had a sprained ankle. Tison
able to relieve Allen Wood, No. 66,
September 15. 1987. at 8:00 p.m. in the Commis- car garage and twin size carport. 198-12, and Dane Clark, No. 75,
Personal Property To Be Sold
185-11,at tackle.
sioner's Room. No. 129. at the Bradford' County DEALERS AND PUBLIC WELCOMEMlcrowm Guard Matthew Albritton, No. 61,
Ov_.Color TV. Sofa A UvaM.Whirlpool who*dryer.Oik. Hutch.Old 160-12( ,has recovered from the virus
Courthouse.The Bngllfh China.Dining Mt' far 4.2 MU Bedroom Itomitur.I001a of Chain.Tbbl Saw. and will be able to spell guards Bill
Wood Lulu Bectrie! Moon.20 Books ..Umpi.Hutch w/Mlnor.Drown Hamilton, No. 62, 190-11, and Mike
Commissioners have Elder No.63, 15512.And .
County Items Too Numerous to List ,tailback Rodney Mosley,No.
TERMS oa Femoral Property:Cub,plua 10%buyer premium.Terma on real wuu: 31, 165-11, will play in the opening
adopted the 1987-88 Budget.At $3.000.dapoill oenifled funda day of motion,cloalnf In 30 daya.Financing-Auumable game.Mosley,who missed the jam-
motif at.for 133000. 12 1/2*bud, 16)In.,$397.monihlty,BO qualifying,no polnu boree because of a family reunion, I I
this meeting any citizen has the right to no heavy eloalng. OMUL also plays rover back,will be work- I
ed back in the lineup. j
DIRECTIONS PROM JACKSONVILLE:Go went on MO,then loulh on HWY 301 lrSurke. for the ;
make written or oral comments with regard to Probable starting lineup
Praa St. 445 W.Pratt
f o west on to (2nd home on right) Tornadoes is
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of funds before the ', .
the proposed use County ; ;''MECj:. : ;It ,lP: ,Qr: ;'Ek_ : ""IE' :-e.J: I', ,! Offense:
1i! Center: Terry Whitehead, No. 52,
make the Final Adoption of the '
Commissioners ,1 U'if'hnee": $ 18. (: ''Reitt'ots', ,, 170-11. I
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Budget for the 1987-88 budget year. lq, .xl' .;l1/g35"5i/ 1.0"; i .. .44I i.e 2 1, .ij't.' 190-11 Guards, and: Bill Mike Hamilton Elder,, No.No. 62 52,,
Tackles: Allen Wood, No. 66,
A-LOCK-DOC 198-11 18511., and Dane Clark, No. 75, i;

Gilbert Brown S..Pog.
Clerk to the Board F GATOR LOCK COMPANY

24 Hour Emergency Mobile Service

Lawrence Mosley For all your key, lock and safe needs.

Chairman of Board WE ARE NOW IN OUR NEW 1 -

Esther Ellerson LOCATION!!! During the Middle Ages
the year began at various
Finance Director 353 N. TEMPLE STARKE dates In different times
and places. In England It
was not until 1751 that
Next to Electric"Certified
"Hayes January was restored to
Us place as first month,as
& Bonded Locksmiths Since 1970 It had been during the
Roman ere.

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Bradford County-Board of

County Commissioners Hearing for PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGED

the Final Adoption of the 1987-88 EXPENDITURES PERCENTAGEThe

Budget will be held on Tuesday

September 15, 1987 at 8:00 p.m. in Bradford County Proposed Operating

Budget Expenditures for the Board of County
the Commissioner's No. 9 29
Room Commissioners are 11.2% greater than the

! at the Bradford County Courthouse.All 1986-87 fiscal year total operating expen-

interested citizens are invited ditures.

I to attend the Final Budget Hearing.



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Gilbert S. Brown Lawrence Mosley

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Bradford County Board of County Commissioners hearing for the FINAL COUNT (Unincorporated) .. ..... ... .. 209.048,779 75.36 %
BROOKER . .. . .. . . . .. ... . 1.410.927 .51 X To Attract WildlifeThe

ADOPTION OF THE COUNTY BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR OF 198788. All Interested HAMPTON . . .. .. .. ... ... . 1.354.526 .49 S
LAWlEY . .. .. ... .. .. .. ... . 3.629.971 1.31 % Game and Fresh Water Fish

Citizens are Invited to attend the meeting. Any Citizen has the right to make STARKE . .... ..... .. ... .. ..... . 61.955.358 _22.33 Commission is offering a free
booklet concerning how to attract
written or oral comments with regards to the proposed use of funds before the TOTAL.... . . .. .... ... .. 277.399.561 100.00 S wildlife to your yard.
The 36 page booklet, titled "Plan

County Commissioners Final Adopt the Budget for the 1987-88 Budget Year. UNINCORPORATED AREA ... .. .. .. ... ... .. .. ... 75.36 X ting a Refuge for Wildlife: How to
INCORPOARATED AREA ... .. .... ............ .. ... 24.64 S Create a Backyard Habitat for
Florida's Birds and Beasts," is a
Gilbert S. Brown Lawrence Mosely. Esther B. Ellerson. .. .
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Clerk to the Board Chairman of Board County Finance Director Wildlife Section and the

3. TOTAL UNINCORPORATED AREAS U.S. Department of Agriculture. In

KEY CODE addition to color photographs writ-
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.. information and
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1987-88 FISCAL YEAR booklet includes illustrations by


.. .. "Putting bird feeders and bird
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1. POPULATION (As of April 1. 1986 ) houses does help wildlife but" these
5. ELECTION ( As of July 2. 1987 ) are temporary measures says

COUNTY (Unincorporated) . . . . 16.556 70.52 S Susan Cerulean, co-author of the

OROOKER . . . . . . . ... 429 1.83 S COUNTy. ..... .... .. .. .. .. .. ... ... 4.443 62.71 % booklet and head"This of the booklet Nongame

HAMPTON . ... . . .. . . .. 470 2.00 SLAWTEY BROOKER ...... .. .. .. .. ... ... .... 127 1.79 j far Wildlife Section.that. It tells what kinds goes of
.. . . . .. . . . .. 713 3.04 S HAMPTON ... .. .... . ... .. ... .. 155 .2.19 % will turn yard into a
STARKE .. . . .. . . . . .. 5.308 22.61' S LAWlEy. .. .. ... . .. . ... ... ... 306 4.32 more plants natural help habitat your for all kinds of

STARKE ... .. ... . .. . .. .... ... 2.054 28.99 S birds animals and even reptiles."
TOTAL . .. . .. .. . .. 23.476 : 100.00 I of
t Ms. Cerulean says many

TOTAL.. ... . .. .. . .. ... .. 7.085 100.00 X Florida's new residents tend to land-
UNINCORPORATED AREA . .. .. .. . .. .. ... ... 70.52 I their yards to resemble their
INCORPORATED AREA . .. .. .. .. .. ... .. 29.48 S7 scape
UNINCORPORATED AREA ..... .... ..... .. .. .. . .. 62.71 X former lawns up north or out west or

-.-. --- \ s ?, INCORPORATED AREA .. .... ... ... ... .. .. . .. 37.29 XTOTAL in other parts of the country.
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"So they use exotic (non-native)
w plants that can look pretty but don't
J R A 0 'OR 0 C 0 U N T Y GENERAL FUND 09110187 ESTIMATED REVENUE TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND 697.397.37 provide food or suitable nesting

ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT TITLE "I7-Ie BUDGET AMOUNT space for native wildlilfe," she says.
"By using native plants people can
,0--,00 TAXES 1.ZU.S06.00 ESTIMATED SX DISCOUNT 44,849.85 have attractive lawns that are in
tune with nature."
10-320-110 OCCUPATIONAL LICENSES AND ZONING PEES U.300.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE LESS SI DISCOUNT 892/327.15 Ms Cerulean hopes the booklet will
help Floridians develop an appreciation -
for the wildlife they can en-
10-335-100 LOCAL REVENUE AND PEES 46.500.00 20-101-100 CASH BROUGHT FORWARDED 214,227.00 counter on a daily basis even in a
small yard with native plants and
HAL'-CE..T SUES TAX 319.15.00'1.' other natrual features. She saysFlorida's
current population boom is
1'-34'-100 CITY GRANT. INTEREST EARNED I OTHER 'EIS 476"11.00 BRADFORD COUNTT TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND 0710/87 taking a heavy toll on wildlife, and
a.61..alS.O' it's important to cultivate broad

13 .'64.aS 20-11-51-10 TRANSPORTATION SALARIES 1 MATCHING FUNDS 414,800.09
ESTIMATED SX DISCOUNT "When people love nature, they

23-11-341-30 TRANSPORTATION OTHER OPERATING COST 1JJ.150.00 will protect it," she says.
Celeste Botha, formerly with the
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE LESS SX DISCOUNT 2,488,320.73 20-11-541-31 COUNTY ENGINEER COST 11,530.33 USDA Soil Conservation Service

and Donna Legare, co-owner of
CASH DROUGHT IORWARDED 147,481.00 20-11-341-34 SURVEYOR FEES AND COST 21000.00 Native Nurseries in Tallahassee,
10-101-100 assisted in preparation of the
23-11-541-44 RENTAL AND PURCHASE AGREEMENT OF CGUIPNT 34,048.00 booklet.To .

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE AND CASH BROUGHT 'ORVARDID a.6ss.I01.7S 23-11-J41-50 MATERIALS FOR UPKEEP Of ROADS/BRIDIES 25,030.00 obtain a copy of the booklet in-
terested persons should write to the
I II AD' 0 II 0 C 0 U N T Y GENERAL FUND 0"0/17 23-11-541-52 GAS, OIL. LUBRICANTS tTC. COST 78,000.00 Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish

NUMBER ACCOUNT TITLE ,.17-sa IUDGET AMOUP 20-11-541-40 Commission Nongame Wildlife
Section, 620 South Meridian St.,

13-21-S11-10 COUNTY SALARIES MATCHING FUNDS AND OPS Z4s.a'3.00 23-11-541-45 NEW CONSTRUCTION OF COUNTY ROADS COST 225,090.30 Tallahassee, Fl 323991600. One copy
per request please.Ms. .
10-Z1-511-30 COUNTY OTHER OPERATING EXPENDITURES 311.577.00 20-1J-541-JO SIGN SHOP SALARY MATCHING t OTHER COSTS 28,754.00 Cerulean says the Commis-
sion also plans to conduct workshops
10-Z1-511- COUNTY VEW EQUIPHEhT OVIII S100.00 0 LAND ,O,,').OO 20-14-541-50 MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT HAILR3AD COST 9000.00 throughout Florida for persons who

want to learn about
more attracting
10-Z1-513-'O PROPERTY COST 4500.00
wildlife. Locations and times of the

10-Z1-514-50 COUNTY ATTORNEY AND OTHIII LEGAL COST 4a.100.00 20-10-541-99 RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCY 45000.00 workshops will be announced to
news media later, she said.


10-12-516-60 CLERK 0' clllcun COURT NIII EQUIPMENT 1.500,0: Andrews Wildlife Area
Touted As Jewel
10-Z'-513-10 CLERK 0' FINANCE
TAXES 209,885.00
Of NE Florida
10-Z'-513-50 CLERK 0' FINANCE OPERATING COST 7.000.00 --
53-134-100 STATE GRANTS REIMBURSEMENT, 8 ETC. 254,050.00 Road : Andrews -

10-14-513-10, ,IIIf"Fg. 4APPSAZER SALARIES AND OPS COST ," 161.496.0 S9-34Q-100_ "1. CIVIL. INTEREST EARNED' OT-I ti.-i- 272,130.30 Wildlife Management Area
has recently been completed, making -
10-Z4-513-50 APPRAISER OPERATING COST .11Z.00 ; TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE FINE AID FORFEITURE FUND 738,045.00 the area more accessible to the

10-Z4-51'-60 APPRAISER NEil IQUIHENT .750.00 general public.
"Andrews is located in western
10-Z4-513-'O APPRAISER EPD AND OPIRATING COlT OOO.OO ESTIMATED 5* DISCOUNT 34,933.23 Levy County bordering the Suwannee -

River, south of Fanning Springs
10-Z5-513-0 TAX COLLECTOR COMMISSION COST 115.000.30 TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE LESS 51 DISCOUNT 731,141.75 and is the crown jewel in Northeast
Florida management areas" said
10-26-515-0 NORTH
Steve Stafford wildlife scientist for
10-Z7-516-10 COUNTY COURT SALARIES AND 0'1 COST 'S.175.00 33-101-100 CASH BROUGHT FORWARDED 118,994.00 the Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission. "The area is becominga
COUNTY COURT OPIIIATING COST 4.500.00 recreational activity site
therefore it was necessary to rein-
10-ae-519-0 ELECTION I.L.RIII. MATCHING FUNDS 0 OPI 74.721.00 force approximately two miles of
roads to insure adequate public
10-U.519-99 ELECTION IIESERVI FOS CONTINGENCY a.500.00 The area is used for limited hun
30-03-323-44 COUNTY JAIL REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE COST 17.760.00 ting during the established seasons
10-a'-51'-0 CUSTODIAN I.LARIES. "ATHCING FUNDS I 0'1 42.4"0 and for nonconsumptive pursuits
such as wildlife observation during
10-2'-51'-50 COUNTY uTILITIIS. MAINTIN. CI. I RIP.IRS 75.3ao.00 hours for the remainder of
33-12-514-50 COUNTY WITNESS AND COUIT COST 28000.00 daylight
10-50-51'-52 BRADFORD COUNTY CM.MIER 0' COMMERCE 4.100.00 the year.
30-14-514-30 SHERIFF JUDICIAL BAILIFF OPERATING COST 3447.00 "To increase the public's oppor-
10-31-5u-eo FIRE CONTROL $IR. S VOLUNTEER FIRS DEPT 3I.4U.00' tunity to see wildlife and enjoy the
33-13-517-30:: COURT REPORTER AND MEDICAL EXAMINER COST 50,030.03 many unique qualities of the land
10-5-5ZZ-12 CITY 0' ITARKI 'IRI DEPARTMENT 4.700.00 observation towers have been con-
structed overlooking a sandhill
10-7-5Z4-10 33-14-521-30 SHERIFF OTHER OPERATINCOST 47500.00 scrub community and a hardwood

10-31-514-30 ZONING OTHIII O'U.TINI EXPENDITURES S.UO.OO clearing" Stafford said.
30-14-521-40 SHERIFF CAPITAL OUTLAY COST 34700.00 Additionally, champion tree trails

OVER 00.00 .335.00 (Andrews is the home of four state
CONTINGENCY 5.000.00 and two nationally listed trees), and

10.37-524- ZONING QUARTERLY RI'ORT INCORPOR.TID 1950.00 33-14-523-10 JAILS SALARIES HATCNINS FUNDS AND OPt 184,874.00 roads are being marked.
Andrews unique hardwood habitatis
F 10.39-5Z'-0 COMMUNICATION SALARY AND MATCHINI FUNDS 2..167.00 30-14-323-30 JAILS OTHER OPERATING EXPENDITURES 40050.00 the home of 60 reptile species 132
bird species and 45 mammals. It is
I 10-39-5Z5-'O COMMUNICATION OTHER OpllI.TINI COST 6.215.00 39-14-523-40 JAIL CAPITAL OUTLAY COST 1,000.00 not uncommon to see several deer,

I 10-5'-5Z'-60 COMMUNIC.TION.NIW EQUIPMENT OVER "00.00 64'.00 33-14-323-99 JAILS RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCY 3000.00 visit.turkeys and feral hogs during a days

10-41-537-0 .GRICULTURI/HI IALAIIIIS I MATCHING FUNDS 43.617.00 30-/9-S27.52 LAW ENFORCEMENT EDUCATIONAL COST 4000.00 "This area is an ideal place to
I observe birds during the winter
10-41-537-50 AGRICULTURI/HI OTHER OPERATING COST 1.350.00 30205"RIIIR'I FOR CONTINGENCY 30000.00 migration, which usually occurs

820,154.00 The goal of the commission is to

10-42-555-10 VETERAN OFFICER SALARY AND MATCHING FUND 5.52'.00 maintain the great variety of
wildlife and protect the pristine
10-4a-553-'O VITIIIAN OFFICER OTHER OPERATING COST 650.00 ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT TITLE 17.1 BUDGET AMOUN habitat of this 3,800 acre hardwood


Sgt. Knight AssignedTo

.: 13-5S-569-52 BRADFORD COUNTY CONCERN CITIZENS COST SUO.OO Army Staff Sgt. Mary H. Knight
40-101100 CASH BROUGHT FORWARDED 41290.00 niece of Ruth and Willie Berry of
10-57-571-80 PUBLIC LIBRARY DI'ARTMINT COlT 102.055.00 Lawtey. has arrived for duty with
the U.S. Army Military Personnel

COUNTY RECREATION DEPARTMENTS COST 3.S00. Knight a personnel records
10-39-S72.50 BRADFORD COUNTY FEDERAL "IV. SHARING FUN 09/10/87 specialist, is a 1971 graduate of

COUNTY DIVELOPNENT COlT .000OO Bradford High School. Her husband
10-75-515-1' ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT TITLE 1987-I1 BUDGET AMOUN James is the son of Louis and

10-77-S6a-50 HOSI'T.L/NURIINI MOMSAMIULANCCOST 154.00.00 40-01-314-54 LAW LIBRARY BOOKS AND MATERIALS COST 1500.00 Gladys C. Knight of Panama City.

COST'I 1. 05.Q0 Good Conduct Medal
;' 10..531-U lOlL CONSERVATION 40-21-511-44 COUNTY NEW EGUIPMENT OVER 1100.00 1.000.00
Marine Sgt. Antonio Galan, son of
T. 10-10-591-9' CLERIC RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCY 1$ 00.oo 43-21-313-30 COMPUTER CONTRACTUAL SERVICE AND COSTS 11670.00 Anna I. and Antonio Galan, Sr., of

FOR CONTINGENCY 161.033.00 Lake Geneva,was recently awarded
10-11-591.99 COUNTY TOTAL APPROPRIATION.- FEDERAL RSV. ,NAIINFUND 41290.00 the U.S. Marine Corps Good Conduct

Galan received the award for good
09/10/17 ,
TRUST FUND \:;: .> "
." 5 R AD' 0 R D 0 0 U N T Y TRANSPORTATION behavior and conduct over a three-

ACCOUNT TITLE 1917.11 SUBSET UOU' :' 1 10 year period in the Marine Corps. He
4 ACCOUNT!\ NunlR .Budget.See is currently serving Marine Corps
20.S12.41O COUNTY SALE 011I "IOLINI UX ." .017.00 r J." : Air Station in Yuma Arizona.
of N.B. Forrest
A 197S graduate
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i,. ao-nS.00 STATE REVENUE ON .IOLINI TAXIS 315UO.OO High School in Jacksonville: Sgt.
Gaum Joined the Marine Corps in
7..000.00 1,, "
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Teens Learn To Know Themselves First And to Counsel. jtga&ast. .Ate* '
Budget.. from page nine kj J *y Becker- toga with each other. In general- .- Businesses, individuals- --or

.: '.. The NEFTI Spirit that to what dons, the campers were taught how organizations who would lib to help
BRADFORD. COUNTYLAIo/LUUIIY'UNI/ ) ..,. .. 09/10/17' '"" ,. .,1. !'i j y few Bradford teenagers came home to recognize signs of a suicidal perIOD provide scholarship funds may
\" .,' f.. '7'. with Aug. u after being together a how to recognize abuse,and the make tax deductible contributions,
ACCOUNT MU1SER ACCOUNT TITLI 1n1-*. BUDGET AMOUN : week with tome 70 other teenagers stages of the grieving process. They payable to NEFTI.a,1043 JUvcrsJda
and l> counselors at NEFTI '/87 at learned about various drugs and Ave., Suite 300 Jacksonville, Fla.
50-11-100 FEESBLOC.. RES. B INTEREST EARNED 10,60.00 Camp Cbowenwaw, Just north of their effects, and they learned communication 32204. Area contributors may
? Green Cove Springs. skills. designate that donations be used for
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE LAW LIBRARY FUND 'OtO.OOISTINATID "".' NEFTI stands for Northeast When the week ended the students from their county. For further

: Florida Teen Institute an teenagers were to carry their information or an application,
SX ,DISCOUNT 4.50 to training messages back to their schools and call the River Region Human Ser-
leaders who can help themselvesand their communities. Throughout the vice, Inc., in Jacksonville, 356-7747
their peers solve the problems of coming year NEFTi's Operation or Judy Becker,783-3303.: :
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE LESS 5X DISCOUNT 10,155.53 being a teenager and to work against Snowball will offer continued train-
drug and alcohol abuse. big and social opportunities for the
53-101-100 CASH BROUGHT FORWARDED 4,195.00 For Stephanie King and Michael campers and their guests.
Becker this was their second year NEFTI Is operated by River
I at the : and they went alcounulorlln.Tralnlng. Human Se
Region rvlces In Jackson-
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE AND CASH BROUGHT.FORWAROID 14,350.53 Mickl ville.Another camp wU be held next:
Becker and Jennifer Dodge also summer. ;1'During
BRADFORD COUNTY LAW LIBRARY FUND Of/10/17 were selected to attend.At .
graduation, camp director Mit-
,ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT TITLE 187-11 BUDGET' AMOUR eie May explained that in order for Sgt. Kenneth LangfordOn
campers to help others, they must Duty in Korea the Middle Ages the year
first understand and accept Army Staff Sgt. Kenneth K. began at various dates In different
APPROPRIATION LAW LIBRARY FUN 14,330.00 themselves. "Before they can be a Langford,son of John K.Langford of times and pla_.In England It was I I
peer counselor they have to dig Lake Butler and stepson of Robert not until 1751 that January was restored
down deep and deal with their own E.Sahs of EI Paso Texas,has arrived to Its place as first month
BRADFORD. COUNTY E.M.T. FUND 07/10/17 hang ups. she said "They have to for duty with the 45th Transportation as It had been during the Roman
be willing to accept someone else era.
they don't know. Langford, an
55-311-100 TAXES 144,171.00 Campers and counselors were supervisor is a 1979 grate of Ir- I
divided into 9 family groups which vin High School El Paso.
55-340-100 STATE GRANT FEES AND INTEREST EARNED 61650.00 shared their experiences and feel -. --
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55-101-100 CASH BROUGHT FORWARDED 4',*74.00 .




55-20-526-10 EMT SALAKIES MATCHING FUNDS 1 OPS COSTS 212219.00 ,

55-20-526-64 NEW EQUIPMENT OVER $100.00 .00 "
55-20-526-9 RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCY 1,800.00











4 SEPT. 10th: THRU WED.,

13-56-534-10 S/W CONTROL SALARIES 1 MATCHING FUNDS 133,862.93

10-36-534-60 S/W CONTROL NEW EQUIPMENT OVER S100.00 50,900.00 1.75 LITER _. -- -- 80C> VODKA

17.5e-33499 RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCY 31,950.00 51.20' gmm..s
1.75 LITER
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Legal Notices

TION AND RECREATION LANDS N.W. 12th Street Miami Florida

REVENUE BONDS. 33125; Fronk Schaub, State Attorney
for the Twelfth Judicial Circuit of


EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN FLORIDA Sarasota Florida 33577; Bill James

Case No. 86-495-CA Case 87-705-CIV-J-16 THE SEVERAL TAXPAYERS PROPERTY Judicial Circuit of Florida County Timberjack' Repososslon:
ELLEN M. BROOKS his wife, NONRESIDENTS OWNING 33602; James Paul Appleman State
Plaintiff, Plaintiff PROPERTY OR SUBJECT TO TAXATION Attorney for the Fourteenth Judicial 1986 240 Timberjack Cable Skldder

v* v* THEREIN AND ALL OTHERS HAVINGOR Circuit of Florida P.O. Box 956 Serial No. 846O26

D'ARMENIA, JOHN W. HALSEY and JEAN Defendant FECTED BY THE ISSUANCE OF THE Judicial Circuit of Florida P.O. This equipment available to highest bidder
D. HALSEY, his wife, DAVID L. POWELL PUBLICATION BONDS DESCRIBED THEREIN AND ALL Box 2905 West Palm Beach Florida through private sale on or after September 14.
and CLARICE H. POWELL his wife, and This be h.ard OTHERS TO BE AFFECTED IN ANY WAY 33402; Kirk C. Zuelch State Attorney
cause came upon 1987.
Sixteenth Judicial' Circuit of
the verified motion of Plaintiff for an
Defendant Order of Service by Publication and It You and each of you and the State Florida P.O. Box 1086 Key West
of Florida through the State Attorney Florida 33040; Michael J. Satz Stat.Attorn.y .
appearing that this action has been Equipment can be viewed at Inc.
NOTICE OF ACTION-PROPERTY for the First, Second Third Fourth for the Seventeenth Judicial ,
for the enforcement of lien
TO: FRANK LEWIS D'ARMENIA against brought real property situated In a Bradford Fifth Sixth Seventh Eighth Ninth Circuit of Florida 201 S.E. 6th Street Starke. Florida. Inquire through 964-6917 or '
ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU Tenth Eleventh Thirteenth Ft. Lauderdale Florida
County within the Middle Districtof Twelfth 33301; NormanR. 584-5063 '
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Florida and described follows I Fourteenth Fifteenth Sixteenth Wolfinger, State Attorney for the ,
Complaint to Foreclose as : Seventeenth Nineteenth Judicial Circuit e
Mortgag. action Eighteenth Eighteenth of Florida
lot 23, Parkwood Subdivision, a.p.r .
has been filed against you for the I and Twentieth Judicial Circuits of Brevard County Courthouse, 400 South
plat thereof recorded In Plot: Book
following described property In Bradford Florida are hereby required to appear Street Tltusvllle, Florida 32780; Bruce
3, Page 5, public records of Bradford
County, Florida: before this court in the Chambers of Colton State Attorney for the Nineteenth
A portion of the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of County Florida the Honorable J. Lewis Hall Jr.. Circuit Judicial Circuit of Florida P.O.
S.ctlon 29, Township 6 South Range 22 and It further appearing that Defendant Judge at the Leon County Courthouse Drawer 4401 Ft. Pierce, Florida 33448; NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
East In th. City of Starke, Bradford William C. Phillips, Jr. and Lydia In Tallahassee, Florida on the Joseph P. D'Alessandro State Attorney REGISTER EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

County Florida and being more par F. Phillips, cannot be served within the 3rd day of November 1987, at 10:00: for the Twentieth Judicial Circuit FICTITIOUS NAME I IN AND FOR
ticularly described as folows: State of Florida; that it Is not practicable o'clock A.M. and show cause If any of Florida P.O. Drawer 399, Ft. Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA
For point of r.f.r.nc. to serve them personally for have, the of the Com Florida certified Case No. V7-78-CP ((1.3858))
comm.nc. at the whereabout residence of said you why prayers Myers 33902 by Statute, notice I I. hereby given that
the NW corner of said SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 or and plaint filed In the above-styled cause United State Mall this 18th day of the underlslgned Marshman C. Reddish IN RE: The Estate Of
Defendant unknown
and run th.nc. South 87 d.gr., 18 have not voluntarily are appeared herein they should not be granted and the Bonds, August 1987. Rt. 4. Box 311, Stark., Fla. 32091. LUCILE HARRIS GREEN.

minutes East along the Northerly boundary It I I. therefore ; the security therefor and proceedings RAYMOND K. PETTY sole owner doing business under the Deceased.
thereof, a distance of 25.04 f..t to \ with respect thereto validated and Attorney for Plaintiff firm of ."
the Easterly boundary of the right of way ORDERED 1. Defendant a* follow William: C. Phillips, I I confirmed as therein prayed. The DIVISION OF BOND FINANCE natar.. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe

of Epperson Str..t; run th.nc. South 0 Bonds to be Issued by the Plaintiff Room 453, Larson Building Stark., Flo. 3201 Intend to register
Jr. and F.
degrees, 30 minutes East along said Lydia Phillips appearIn herein are described a* follow: Tallahassee, Florida 32399 old fictitious name under the administration of the estate of
Easterly boundary a distance of 410 f..t this cause and plead to the complaint NOT TO EXCEED $250.000,000 STATE ((904)) 488-4782 aforesaid statute. LUCILE HARRIS GREEN. Deceased File

to point of beginning. From point of filed herein on or before October OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF FL BAR ID No. 0354767 Dated this 10th day of September No. 87-78-CP ((1-3858)). I I. pending In
beginning thus described continue South 19 1987 or In default thereof i NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION 8/27 3tchg 9/10 1987 In Bradford County. the Circuit Court for Bradford County.
0 30 the Court shall proceed to (judgment in Florida Probate Division the addressof
degrees! minutes East along said AND RECREATION LANDS 9/10 4tpd lOll
Easterly boundary a distance of 75 feet this cause to the extent provided for REVENUE BONDS (hereinafter the which I I. Bradford County Courthouse
by Section 1655 Title 28, United States CALL FOR BID
thence North 89 "Bond) to finance the of Stork. Florida 32091.
to a point; run degrees, acquisition
Code, as If sold Defendants had been Sealed bid will be received by the
30 minute East a distance of 98.08 feet land, for public outdoor recreational IN THE CIRCUIT COURT The name and addressee of thepersonal
served with process within the State of City Commission of the City of Stork,
to a point; run th.nc. North 1 d.gr., 10 Florida. purposes In Alachua Baker Bay Florida at the City Hall In Stark., until FOR BRADFORD COUNTY representative and the personal
minutes West a distance of 75 f..t, mar. Bradford Brevard Broward Calhoun FLORIDA representative'. attorney are set
2. This order be published in anewspaper 7:30: Tuesday September 15,
forth below.
less, 'to North 89 Charlotte, Citrus, Clay Collier Columbia
or a point bearing CIVIL ACTION
of general circulation In 1987, at which time and place all bids
degrees, 30 minutes East from point of Dade, DeSoto Dixie, Duval CASE 86-525 All Interested person are required
Bradford less than received will be and
County Florida not publicly opened
to file with this Court.: WITHIN
beginning; run th.nc. South 89 degrees, Escambia Flagler, Franklin Gadsden FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK THREE
read the
each week aloud
once for six consecutive on following:
30 minutes West a distance of 97.21 f..t Gllchrlst. Glades Gulf Hamilton Plaintiff
1988 Police Car
week the date One
to return
to point of beginning.and herelnabove prior Hordee, Hendry Hernondo be v. THIS NOTICE: (I If all claim against
designated.DONE Specifications seen
you or. required to serve a copy AND ORDERED at Jackson Highlands, Hiltsborough Holmes, Indian at City Clerk'may OfficeIn RAYMOND HEATH EMMETT BRIGHT the estate and ((2)) any objection by an
of your written defenses, If any to It on River Jackson J.ff..on.Lafay.It. Hall JR., and HARRIDELLE BRIGHT Defendant Interested person to whom notice was
this 31st of
ville Florida day August City
the Plaintiff Lake Lee mailed that challenge the of
attorney whose name and 1987. Leon L.vy.Llb.rty. The City of Starke reserve the rightto validity
address I I. TERENCE M. BROWN ESQUIRE Howard T. Snyder Madison Manatee, Marlon accept or reject any or all bid. NOTICE OF SALE the will', the qualifications of the personal

Terence M. Brown P.A.. Post Office UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE Martin Monroe, Nassau Okaloosa The effective data will be the date of NOTICE I I. hereby given that pursuant representative venue, or
Drawer 40, Starke, Florida 32091 on Okeechobee, Orange Osceola Palm to the Final Judgment entered InCase jurisdiction of the Court.

or before 22 September 1987 and file 9/106tchg 10/15 Beach Pasco Plnellas, Polk Putnam acceptance. City of Starke, Fl Number 86-525 In the Circuit ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT

the original with the Clerk of this Court St. Johns, St. Lucie, Santa Rosa Neil L. Tucker Court of Bradford County. Florida I SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
either before Sarasota Seminole will sell the situated Publication of this Notice has
service on Plaintiffs' attorney NOTICE OF APPLICATION Sumter Suwannee City Clerk property In Bradford begunon
or immediately thereafter otherwise FOR TAX DEED Taylor, Union Volusla Wakullo 9/3 2tchg 9/10 County Florida described as: September 3, 1987.P.rsonol.
a default will be entered againstyou NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Philip Walton and Washington Counties, PARCEL A: A parcel of 'land lying In Representative:

for the relief demanded in the com Howell, the hold.r of the following certificates Florida a* more fully described In the Sections 23 and 26 Township 5 South WILLIAM HARRIS GREEN

plaint or petition. has filed laid certificate for a resolution of the Governor and NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Rang. 22 East and being more particularly __._ .__Rt. 1, Box 1049
WITNESS my hand and the seal of said tax deed to be Issued thereat The certificate Cabinet of the State of Florida duly REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF described a* follow: Tallahassee, Florida 32308
Court on this 18 day of August 1987. numbers and of Issuance, adopted by the Governor and Cabinetof THE LAND USE PLAN Commence on the N'ly Section line Attorney for PersonalRepresentative

GILBERT S. BROWN the description of the year and the the State of Florida, as the Governing TO: All citizen, taxpayers and other of Section 26 where It Intersect the : .
Clerk Circuit Court name In which It property assessed Board of the Division of Bond interested persons. West side of SR 200 (U.S. 301) for PC*. WILLIAM HARRIS GREEN Esquire
was are as
By: Martha S. Johns follow Finance (the "Governing Board") on You and each of you are From POB thus described run thence Hopping.. Boyd Green ft Sam
Deputy Clerk Certificate August 4, 1987 (the "Resolution") herewith given notice In : S'ly along SR 200 a distance of 298 feetto P.O. Box 6526

TERENCE M. BROWN ESQUIRE Year of l..uanc.1985 which Resolution authorizes the Issuance with Florida Statutes that the Board of a point; thence run West at right Tallahassee Fl 32301

TERENCE M. BROWN P.A.Attorn.y. Description of Property: S 264 ft. of N of the Bonds. The Resolution County Commissioners of Stark., angles to SR 200 a distance of 200...: 904/222-7500
for Plaintiffs provide that the Bonds, In an aggregate Florida have designated the Starke thence run N'ly and parallel to SR 200 a 9/03 2tchg 9/10
Post Office Drawer 40 461 1/4 ft EX of PAR W Vt IN of NE SW COR 1/4 50'of N SW ft S 1/by' of 100'NW E principal amount not to exceed Zoning and Planning Board to conducta distance of 298 feet more or .less, to . . ... . . . . . .

Starke, Florida 32091 6 W EX PARC 80' SQ AS DESC IN OR two hundred fifty million dollars public hearing at a regular meeting the N'ly section line: run thence East IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
8/20 9/10 ( shall be dated and held 7:00 200 feet to the POB. In Section
4tchg 204-481 & EX OR 214 Pg. 175. SECTION $250,000,000)) at p.m. In the City Commission Lying BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA
23 TOWNSHIP 8 SOUTH. RANGE 22. shall mature on such dates and In such meeting room Starke City Hall 23 and 26 Township 5 South Range 22: PROBATE DIVISION

Nome In which assessed P.rl.y Clyde years and amounts a* shall be provided Starke, Florida, on Thursday East. Case Number: 87-69-CP
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO NelsonAll by subsequent resolution of the September 24, 1987 and make a AND File Number 1-3850

REGISTER of said property being In the County Division of Bond Finance adopted on recommendation to the City of Starke PARCEL B IN. 'E: ESTATE OF
FICTITOUS NAME of Bradford State of Florida. or prior to the sate of the Bonds. The Commissioners and the Board will consider NE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 HENRY THOMAS GRIEGER

Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida Unless such certificate or certificate Bonds may be Issued substantially In on Tuesday October 20 1987 at of Section 35, Township 5 South Range Deceased

Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that hall be redeemed according to law the the form, and shall be subject to other the same said place at 7:30: p.m. an 22 East excepting therefrom the ROW

the undarslgneaL.: .. R.gIJl.rnl.) _. property described In such certificate terms and conditions as provided In Ordinance relating to: of Seaboard Coastline and excepting NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Box 1209; Stark,. Florida 32091 sole certificates will be sold to the highest 'the Resolution. The Bonds ifiall be 'IThe rezoning of the following'; ( portion previously conveyed to Alice

owner doing business under the bidder at the courthouse door on the Issued pursuant to Article IX, Section described property and amending the Davis, known a*tax parcel 1918, all lying The administration of the estate of

name of F.R.K. Self-Storage, Box 1209. 23rd day of September 1987 at 11:00: 17 of the Florida Constitution of 1885 Comprehensive Land Use Plan to provide and being In Bradford County, HENRY T. GRIECER deceased File
Starke, Fla. 32091. Intend to register as Incorporated by Article XII, Section that lands currently zoned R1C Florida, Number 1-3850.Is pending In the Or-
said fictitious name under the A.M.Dated this 27th day of July. 1987. 9al( ( ) of the Florida Constitution of and designated by the plan as Single at public tale, to the highest bidder cult Court for Bradford County.

aforesaid statute. GILBERT S. BROWN Clerk 1968 Chapter 375 Florida Statutes, as Family be rezoned to B-2 and for cash at the front door of the Bradford Florida, Probate Division, the addressof

Dated this 4th day of September Beulah Moody D.C. amended (the "Outdoor Recreationand designated Community Commercialthe County Courthouse, In Stark, which I I. Bradford County Courthouse
1987, In Bradford County. Clerk of Circuit Court Conservation Act of 1963"), S.c. property of GEORGE T. HUCCINS Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the 15th day Stark., Florida 32091. The
9/104tchg10/l Of Bradford County tion 253.023 Florida Statute ((1986 described as follows: of October 1987. name and addresses of the personal
Florida Supplement), as amended by Chapter at 313 S. Orange St.. Lots 33 34 S 35 GILBERT S. BROWNAs representative and the personal

8/27 4tchg 9/17 87.96, Laws of Florida and Section* of R.N. Cowlings Addition to Town of Clerk of Said Court representative's attorney are set. forth
215.57-215.83 Florida Statutes (the Starke, Parcel 03837-G03300 Section 29 By Beulah Moody below.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE "State Bond Act"), and shall bear Interest Township 6 S.. Range 22 E., located at"" Deputy Clerk910'tchg All Interested person are requiredto

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN NOTICI OF APPLICATIONFOR at not exceeding the maximum Northwest corner of Orange B lOll file with this Court. WITHIN THREE

AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA TAX DEED lawful rote of Interest on the date the Lafayette Sts., to be used for retail MONTHS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF

Case No. 86-495-CA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that BOBBIE Bonds are sold. sales and services. THIS NOTICE: ((1)) alt claim against

DAVID C. BROOKS and JEAN FRANKLIN the holder of the The Clerk of this Court Is directed to You are further given NOTICE that a the estate and ((2)) any objection by an

ELLEN M. BROOKS his wife, following certificates, has filed said certificates cause a copy of this Order to Show copy of said proposed ORDINANCE I I. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Interested person on whom this notice
Plaintiffs for a tax deed to be Issued Cause to be published once each week available for your Inspection at the office FOR BRADFORD COUNTY wo served that challenge the validity

v. thereon. The certificate numbers and for three ((3)) consecutive week, commencing of the Director of Zoning and Plan. FLORIDA of the will the qualification of the

BEATRICE R. D'ARMENIA years of Issuance, the description of the with the first publication ning, 209 N. Thompson St., City Hall PROBATE DIVISION personal representative venue, or

o/k/o BEATRICE R. PATTI FRANK LEWIS property and the names In which It was which shall not be less than twenty Starke, Florida. File Number 1.3857 (jurisdiction of the court.

D'ARMENIA, JOHN W. HALSEY and JEAND. assessed are as follows: Certificate No. ((20)) day prior to the date set for the Each and every person having any ((87-77-CP) ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
HALSEY his wife, DAVID L. POWELL 115; Year of Issuance, 1985; Descriptionof hearing herein in newspapers of Interest whatever In the enactment of SO FILED WILL Bf FOREVER BARRED.

and CLARICE H. POWELL his wife, and Property: Tax Parcel No.07476-017404 general circulation published In this proposed ORDINANCE should appear IN RE: ESTATE OF Publication of this Notice ha begun
LELIA ALESCIA POWELL Lots ',5,6& 7, Blk 17. Knight S/D. NameIn Alachua, Baker Bay Bradford and be heard at the time and LAURA BELLE BROWN en September 3. 1987.

Defendant. which assessed: Frank Green Estate. Brevard, Broward Calhoun Charlotte, place prescribed. Deceased P.sonal..prntatlv.:
All of said property being In the County Citrus, Clay Collier Columbia Dade, BOARD OF City of StarkeCOMMISSIONERS LESLIE GRIEGER

NOTICE OF ACTIONPROPERTYTO of Bradford State of Florida. DeSoto Dixie, Duval Escambia NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe 1700-3 Park Meadow Drive
: BEATRICE R. D'ARMENIA Unless such certificate or certificates Flagler Franklin Gadsden Gllchrlst By Darrell O'Neal Fort My..., Florida 33907

a/k/a BEATRICE R. PATTI hall be redeemed according to law the Glades, Gulf Hernondo Highlands, Director administration of the estate of Attorney for PersonalRepresentative
ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU property described In such certificate or Hlllsborough Holmes, Indian River Starke Zoning 8. Planning LAURA BELLE BROWN deceased. File :

ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a certificates will be sold to the highest Jackson Jefferson Lafayette, Lake, Itchg 9/10 Number 87-77-CP I I. pending In the Rochelle Z. Cat

Complaint to Foreclose Mortgage action bidder at the court house on the 23rd lee, Leon levy liberty Madison Circuit Court for Clay County. Florida 13161 McGregor BoulevardFort

has been filed against you for the day of September 1987. Manatee Marion Martin Monroe, NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Probate Division the address of whichIs Myers, Florida 33919

following described property In Bradford Dated this 7th day of August 1987. Nassau Okaloosa. Okeechobee, REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF P.O. Box 698 Green Cove Spring, Telephone, : ((813) 481-4834

County Florida: GILBERTS. BROWN Orange, Osceola Palm Beach Pasco.Pln.lla. THE LAND USE PLAN Florida 32043. The names and addresses 9/03 2tchg 9/10 -
A portion of the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Clerk Circuit Court ., Polk Putnam St. Johns, St. TO All citizens, and other of the .
: taxpayers
personal representativeand
22 . . . . .. . .
6 South
Section 29. Township Range By: Beulah Moody lucle, Santa Rosa Sarasota, Seminole, Interested person the personal representative'* attorney IN nil CIRCUIT COURT
East In the City of Starke, Bradford Deputy Clerk Sumter Suwannee, Taylor Union You and each of you are hereby andh.r.wlth are set forth below. DUVACOUNTY

County Florida and being more par. 8/20 4tchg 9/10 Volusla. Wakullo Walton and given notice In accordance All Interested person ore requiredto CASE CAIn

ticularly described a* folows: . . . . . . . . . Washington Counties, Florida. with Florida Statute that the Board of file with this court WITHIN THREE' NO.6910903
For point of reference commence at > ORDERED In Chambersat Commissioner of Starke,
the NW corner of said SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 Florida Florida have the Starke
REGISTER Tallahassee, Leon County designated THIS NOTICE: ((1) all claim again LARRY O. HEALAN Husband
and run thence South 87 degrees, 18 FICTITIOUS NAME this 17th day of August 1987. Zoning and Planning Board to conducta the estate and ((2)) any objection by an and

minutes East along the Northerly boundary Pursuant to Section 863.09 Florida BY: William L. Gary public hearing at a regular meeting interested person to whom notice woe GLORIA K. HEALAN Wife
thereof a distance of 25.04 feet to Circuit Judge held at 7:00 p.m. In the City Commission mailed that challenges the validity of
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
the Easterly boundary of the right of way undersigned' Ellen Sakewskl. 331 Clark CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE meeting room Starke City Hall the will the qualification of the personal NOTICE OFStfERIFF"S

of Epperson Street; run thence South said 0 Street, St....., Fl.. and Chris ._1.. I do hereby certify that true and correct Stark., Florida on Thursday representative, venue, or SALE
degrees, 30 minutes East along Route 2. Box 295. Starke, Fl.. joint copies of the Complaint and theOrder September 24, 1987 and make a jurisdiction of the court.
Easterly boundary a distance of 410 feetto In the above-styled action have recommendation to the City of Stark. ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
owner, doing business under the firm NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I, DolphE.
point of beginning. From point been served Curtis A. Golden Commissioner and the Board will consider
name of The Cinderella Dreamglrl Beauty Reddish. Sheriff of Bradford County.
beginning thus described continue South Pageant, Route 2, Box 29S, Sterke, State Attorney for the First Judicial on Tuesday October 20. 1987 at Publication of this Notice has begunon Florida under and by virtue of a Writ of
East along
0 degrees. 30 minutes Circuit of Florida P.O. Box 12726 Pen- the same laid place at 7:30: p.m. an September 3. 1987. -
distance of 73 feetto Fl.. Intend to register said fictitious Execution heretofore Issued out of th.aboveentitled *
Easterly boundary a name under the aforesaid statute. sacola Florida 32575; William N. Ordinance relating to: P.rsonaIR.pr..entotlve: Court. In the above-

a point; run thence North of 89 degrees feet Dated this 25th day of August A.D., Meggs, State Attorney for the Second The rezoning of the following THOMAS FRANKLIN BROWN. JR. styled cause, have levied upon thefollowing
distance 98.08
30 minutes East a described and amending the
1987 In Bradford County. Judicial Circuit of Florida 500 Lewis property 343EcomblaDrrvSEWinter property, situate, lying and
to a point; run thence North 1 degree 10 Bank Tallahassee Comprehensive land Use Plan to
8/27 4tpd 9/17 State Building. provide Haven Fla. 33884 being In Bradford County. Florida to-
minutes West a distance of 75 feet moreor that land currently zoned RP i
Blair State Attorney
Florida 32301 Jerry M. Attorney for Personal Representative: wit:
less, to a point bearing North 89 for the Third Judicial Circuit of R1C and designated by the plan a*
East from of MYRON C. PREVATT. JR. West half (W M) of Block I South of
degrees, 30 minutes thence South 89 degrees point IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Florida P.O. Drawer 1546. 215 Pine Single Family and Office Comm., be P.O. Drawer 790 Range 3 and Northwest quarter (NW

beginning: run distance of 97.21 feetto THE SECOND JUDICIAL Avenue, Llv. Oak Florida 32060; T. rezoned to B-2 and designated Community Keystone Height. Fl 32656 1/4)) of Block 1 South of Range 2 East In
30 minute West a CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. Edward Austin Jr., State Attorney for Commercial the property of Telephone: ((904) 473-4993 Temple' Subdivision Section 22.
point of beginning.and IN AND FOR LEON the Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida BILCO ENTERPRISES described as 9/03 2tchg 9/10 Township 6 South. Range 22 East except
to serve a
are required copy
you defense If to It on COUNTY FLORIDA 600 Duval County Courthouse, follow: . . . . . . .... .. ... parcels recorded In 0." Book 74, Page
of your written any and CIVIL ACTION NO. 87-2856\ Jacksonville, Florida 32202: S. Ray approximately 2.36 ac., lot 1.3 of IBS: 0." Book 69 Page 201 i 0... Book
the Plaintiff attorney whose name Gill State Attorney for the Fifth Blk 1. lot 13-20 of Blk 2. and lots 69. Page 204 O.R. loOk 38. Page 636.
address I I. TERENCE M. BROWN DIVISION OF BOND FINANCE of the Judicial' Circuit of Florida, 2nd Floor. 29-32 of Ilk 3 of Dowllng Addition to Bradford County. Florida.

T.r.nc. M. Brown P.A., Post Office STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF County Office Building. 19 N.W. Pine the Town of Starke In Section 29 a* the property of the above-named
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Drawer 40, Starke, Florida 32O91 and file on GENERAL SERVICES a public body corporate Avenue, Ocala Florida 32670; JamesT. Township 6S. Range 22 E, off West side Defendant and that on th. 14th day of
or before 22 September 1987 on behalf of the STATE OF Russell State Attorney for the Sixth of .. between Lafayetteand NOTICI OC INTENTION Septbel1987.. Monday at two
the original with the Clerk of this Court FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL Judicial Circuit of Florida P.O. Box Mason its., for retail' soles and TO RioisraFICTITIOUS clock on sold day on the premise* of
Plaintiffs attorney NAMI
either before service on RESOURCES. 5028. Clearwater Florida 33518 services. the Bradford County Sheriff. Office I '
or Immediately thereafter otherwise Plaintiff. Stephen Lewis Boyle. Slat Attorneyfor You are further given NOTICE that a will offer for eole and Mil to the highest
a default will be entered againstyou v. the Seventh Judicial' Circuit of copy of said proposed ORDINANCE I I. Pursuant to Section 869.09. florida. bidder for caeh.. ta hand the above
for the relief demanded In the com- and the several available for at the office Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that
STATE OF FLORIDA Florida 440 S. Beach Street Daytona your Inspection described property a* the property of
plaint or petition. Taxpayers, Property Owner and Beach Florida 32014; Eugene T. Whit- of the Director of Zoning and Plan the undersigned. ROBERT HANNAH the told Defendant la satisfy. said Execu-
WITNESS my hand and the seal of said 209 N. St. Hall SR., LILLIAN HANNAH. Rt. 1. Box 190
Citizen thereof Including worth. State Attorney for the Eighth ning. Thompson City lion.
Court on this f8 day of August 1987. subject Florida. Starke. and ROBERT .. HANNAH. Jit..'
Nonresidents owning property or Judicial Circuit of Florida P.O. Box Starke, DOLPH I. REDDISH
GILBERT S. BROWNCI.rk and All Other Each and having Rt. 1. Box 191. Stark, FL. 32091. |point Sheriff of
to taxation therein 1437. Gainesville, Florida 326C2<<; ; every person any
Circuit Court title Interest whatever In the enactment of owner, doing business under the firm Bradford Florida
having or claiming any right or Robert Eagan State Attorney for the County
By: Martha S. John Interest In property to be affected by Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida P.O. this proposed ORDINANCE should appear name of TRIPLE H DIRT SERVICE Rt. 1. / 4tchg t/lq

Deputy Clerk the Issuance of the Bond described In Box 1673. Orlando. Florida 32802; and be heard at the time and Box 190 Stark.. FL 32091. Intends to .... .... ...... ..' '" ...... .. ........
TERENCE M. BROWN. ESQUIRE the Complaint and All Others to be affected Jerry Hill, State Attorney for the Tenth place prescribed. register sold fictitious name under the --
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TERENCE M. BROWN. P.A. In thereby Judicial Circuit of Florida. 250 N.' BOARD OF City of StarkeCOMMISSIONERS aforesaid statute.
any way one'-
Dated this 21st day of A.D. 'The .dv.tlt.g. of doing
Attorney for Plaintiff Defendants.IN Wilson Barlow. Florida 33830; Janet August *
Post Office Drawer 40Stork. RE NOT TO EXCEED $250.000,000 Reno State Attorney for the Eleventh Itchg 9/10 By Darrell O'Neal 1987 In Bradford County. prilehtg. for on****! to that OM can

.. Florida 32091 STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF Judicial Circuit of Florida Room 600 Director 81'Z14tpd 9/17 (lay It on BO tfildi and mcetfy In the

8/20 4tchg 9/10 NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVA Metropolitan Justice Building. 1351 itorke Zoning IL Planning right plM/ Satnuai Butlaru

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Running third down over, QB Harrison yards to the Union 40 yard line.Then fumbled their chances away, giving KH gainer. and gave KH a first down at the BHS With Eric Taylor doing most of the
dived into the endzone with QB John Berry Passed 10 yards to Keystone the football again after the The Indians drove the football 44 28, keeping the drive alive. running Keystone kept the football
2:23: remaining in the Quarter. Donnie Diggs to the LB 30 with 16 field goal.BHS ran only six offensive yards to the BHS 26 to set up the Bob Tornado running back G-eg Pitt- most of the time in beating In-
On the kick-off BUS was penalized seconds remaining. Two more Union High and 13 Buckwalter field goal.The drive was man fumbled a pitchout on first terlachen 7-0 in the first period.
15 yards for clipping, pushing the passes went incomplete before time against Keystone. kept alive by double penalties called down. Two plays later Keystone'sChad Taylor had runs of 8,1,1,7.5,8,3,3
football back to the Bradford 12 yard ran out.KIIS Indian running back Eric Taylor for an out of bounds vocal argument Hovsepain fumbled the ball 8, and went 7 yards for the
line. Suddenly, veteran Malachi caught a 35 yard pass down the between KH QB Aaron Stanley and back. A few plays later a mishandled touchdown with 56 seconds remain-
Jenkins caught a 10-yard pass up the 3 BUS 0 sideline to the Tornado 37 yard line BUS linebacker Bill Hamilton. The BHS handoff gave the football ing in the period. Plus, Taylor
middle and scampered 34 more Against Keystone, the Tornadoes to set up the field goal, the biggest Penalties came on a third down play back to KH. returned an Interlachen punt 12

., ... yards to the IHS 28 yard line to set up
KIIS 7 Interlachen 0 the Indians for the touchdown.

BHS Previewfrom I

t' ( page 8A)
155-12, and Keith Jenkins, No. 74,
t Tight end: Malachi Jenkins, No. 17510.
84, 192-12. Jenkins will be spelled by Defensive ends: Chris Dinkins,
Ed Douglas, No. 82,170-11, and Jim- No. 80, 155-10, and Jimmy Long, No.
my Long, No. 85,17011.Quarterback 85, 170-11.Ed Douglas,No. 82,170-11,
5 : John Berry, No. 12, will see action here.
16010. Linebackers: Malachi Jenkins,
ii Is Fullback: Clint Reed, No. 33, No. 84, 192-12; Eric Nazworth, No.
17510. 64,195-12, and Bill Hamilton, No. 62,
Tailback: Greg Pittman, No. 42, 19011.
s'J 145-11, and Rodney Mosley, No. 31, Rover back: Clint Reed, No. 33,
16511. 175.10, and Rodney Mosley, No. 31,
WideouU: Lance Wiggins, No. 24, 16511.
k 140-10, and Chris Dinkins, No. 80, Cornerbacks: Darrin Patterson,
1 _W 15510. No. 32, 160-12, and Lance Wiggins,
: 1 +- No. 24, 14010.
-_ Defense: Middle safety: Pedro Carter. No.
Tackles: Mike Elder No. 63. 41, 145-10.

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I BIIS Tornado quarterback John Berry (12) fires a pass down field as during second quarter action In the Fall Jamboree.The .
Pedro Carter (41) and an unidentified member of the offensive line provide Indians edged BUS J-0 on a 43-yard field goal by KIIIIS kicker Bob ... -
the KIIHS defenders Keith and Tim Givens "
blocking against Harper Buckwalter. .... -- .
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I Tornadoes Open with Tough Flagler at Home ,"" .. "..+.. -. ."--_ ..'.),.'. ,.. "'"'. '- "'. '''''''. ... .

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Opening the 1987 football season after last season and are in the same tackle Chris Serra, No. 68, 27012. halfback Roger Watson, No. 22, :''.,.. -. .
with a new opponent, the Bradford district with Bradford High. Flagler Right guard Leroy Williams, No. 78, 145-11, who has speed to burn. Left ___ "J"r ;:: "' -'.
High Tornadoes will host Flagler and Nease replaced Jacksonville is 202-11,and tight end John Bennett, half Wayne Clements,No. 26,145-10, !: ;::'. pS .Kfc ':*:'- --' '*

Palm Coast tomorrow (Friday, Paxon and North Marion in the No. 83. is 17012. is quick on the wing reverse. ''''' ;-. ''''';'_.._.';..ri- .**!-._.* ...
Sept. 11) at 8 p.m.A district, says Coach David Hurse. Split wider on the left side of the Fullback Dave Hole, No. 34, hits the '' ; -
quick team with Flagler players both offensive line are left guard Kelly line hard but carries the ball few
big, speed, Eight go Season Begins... rn.a ,"' ;;kP.III",
Flagler Palm Coast also has some ways, so physical conditioning will Worley, No. 62, 192-11; left tackle times.
small! speedy backs. Flagler Palm be the difference in tomorrow Kerrick Smith, No. 66, 238-10, and Flagler uses a 5-4 defense with BUS return man Darrin Patterson (32) looks for daylight as KIIIIS
Coast had a 6-4 won-lost record last night's contest, and the game will split end Corey McCaster, No. 10, five down linemen, one of them in defender Tim Hardee closes in on the opening kickoff of the Fall Jam-
year. They tied 0-0 with Father probably be won in the fourth period, 160-11, the favorite pass target. the middle. boree held here In Starke.FREEDoilupin .
Lopez oi Daytona Beach and beat says Coach Hurse. Center Neil Healey, No. 53, 160-12, is
Pierson-Taylor 7-0 in last Friday The small, speedy backs of strong with good feet. I .1
night's preseason jamboree. Flagler have some big linemen to Flagler's sophomore quarterback I
Flagler Palm Coast and Nease run behind. Best offensive lineman, Damn Bell,No.5, is young but has a \
High were reclassified as 3A schools according to BUS scouts, is right good arm. Best ball carrier is right PEP-O FOOD STORE62O

I Eligibility Must Be Established For Free Reduced LunchesThe of 2 I
f packs 620 S. Walnut Street U.S. 301 S. StarkeWINSTON

free and reduced price meals prinicpal of each school or his/her The information provided by the cigs. Is Having Their .
household is confidential and will be
will review applicationsand
policy for children unable to pay the designee
determine eligibility. If a parentor purposes of determin- While They Last
full of meals served under the
price eligibility
National School Lunch and School guardian is dissatisfied with the ing and verifying data.

Breakfast! Program has been announced -' ruling of the official, he may wish to
of child feeding
In the
by the Bradford County discuss the decision with the deter operation
School Board. mining official on an informal basis. programs administered by the U.S. Said
The Bradford County School If the parent wishes to make a formal Department will discriminated of Agriculture,no child rAnniveriary
Board administrative office has a appeal, he may make a request be against
which be Dolores because of race, color, sex, national
copy of the policy, may either orally or in writing to
reviewed by any Interested party. Morgan, Bradford County School origin, age or handicap. If any
believes he
household size and Food member of a household
The following Service Cooridnator 582 North
income criteria will be used for Temple Avenue, Starke, FL 32091 or has been discriminated against
determining eligibility: children call 964-6800, for a hearing to appealthe write immediately to the
from families whose income Is at or decision. The policy contains an Secretary of Agriculture,
below the levels shown are eligiblefor outline of the hearing procedure. Washington D.C. 20250.

free or reduced price meals. Good nutrition is important for Gasoline Diesel a Kerosene Motor Oils

Application forms are being sent If a household member becomes every child and a lunch, brought
to all homes with a letter to parentsor unemployed or if the household size
from home, or obtained from the
guardians. To apply for free or changes, the school should be con- school cafeteria,should be providedfor / These Low PricesFrito
meals tacted. Such changes may make the
reduced price households every child every day. A hungry
should fill out the application and children of the household eligible for student does nor have the energy to
return it to the school. Additional reduced price meals, or for addi- learn at their fullest potential.The .
copies are available at the tional benefits such as free meals for LayRuffle -
them if the household income falls *r
principal's office In each school.The ,
at or below the levels shown above.In price for a school: cafeteria -- Golden Flake
information provided on the application -
lunch will remain the same as last ,
will be used for the purpose of Grades K-5 will be eighty cents PotatoeChips
determining eligibility and may be certain cases foster childrenare & 0
Grades will be P0g
($.80); 6-8 ninety
also eligible for these benefits. If st
verified at time during the
any children living cents ($.90); and grades 9-12 will be
household foster
has -
school school or other a
Reduced lunches
one dollar((11.00) price -
officials. with them and wishes to apply Chips
will remain at cents
for such meals for them, the-
Households that receive Food household should contact the school ($.40),and extra milk will be twenty- PEPSI
Stamps or AFDC "Aid to Families
five cents ($.25).
with Dependent Children" are required for more information. gg 1.29 Pepsi Free Mt. Dew Diet
to list on the application only reg.
the child's name and food stamp or Pepsi Sunklst 16 oz NR

AFDC case number,printed name of Cigarettes bottles
School Lunch
adult household member and Policy
of adult household ( 99ft
member. Florida Income Eligibility Guideline $1 20 c
For FREE And REDUCED PRICE Meals pack 39

For the school officials to determine IN_....',.'" July I,It W la Jim 30.1MTh ea
eligibility,all other Households Plus Tax
or 8 pk.bottles. 2 liter
must provide the following information ... or. tho lncomo K.lo. mod by Tho Bradford County School Board to
listed on the application: dotorntlno eligibility. for froo and rodvcod price _I.. Scripto COKE&PEPSI
((1) the total monthly household in- ; .
come must be listed by the amount 1.79

received by each household member Free Meal Scale Lighter ':1 IM '
receiving income and the type of In- '

port come, etc.it is)(such as wages,child sup- household li I.. Aenu.lly 7ISO Monthly 1M W..1y 131 _3I99c4 : .. $1 19 .

of all household
(2) names
2 .620 102 11S Busch Natural Old Milwaukee FLOWERS
members; 1.001 2U Budweiser & Bud
(3) Social Security numbers of all 3 lightl2pk. 12oz.
4 14,540 1,21. 210 12 -12oz.
household members 21 years old or 5 17.030 IGO 325a light BEER Breadcans
older or the word "NONE" for any 19.100 1,621 U. cans BEER
household member who does not .u BEER
ha ve a Social Security number; and 5 7 :21.0 UMO 2,037 1,131 170p. 89 qt. 490
(4) the signature of an adult, $3.99.
., ..
i household member certifying that- .eh.ddabn.l 5.19 20 oz. Loaf
the information provided is correct +206 +45
.... +2"70
'Households fllisl Income infor:" Damian Real Fruit SLUSHY .59 .69 .99
matlon and receive meal benefits Reduced Price Meal Seal

must report to the school any
decreases in household size and any 3 lye AnnwU7 MontMy WooMy FOUNTAIN COKE 20 oz. .39
increases in income of over ISO per 1 19.17 .4S 1M,
month or $600 per year. Householdsthat 2 II.**0 1.141 24I7JM .
list a food stamp or AFDC case .I 1.434 331 Register to Win FREE
number must report to the school- 4 20.770 1.727 3V
when food stamps or AFDC is no 1 :24.231 2.QM 47 ?- 200 Gallons of Gasoline
longer received. t 7,7M 1413 <34
7 31.1U J.0o M2 To be given away October 7.1867. No purchase nooessary.You do not have to be
AppticIUonifmly tie aubm tted at 5 M.7M 2.", M* I present to win, s winners win! be drawn
any time during the year.Ifnder Foroocn
the pr &I she free ...... +3.5U +m +A
and reduced prim meal policy the .



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Renew Your Pledge OF Allegiance. '

).' :,!:"' Constitution Bicentennial Day -Sept. 17

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Thursday,September 10,1987
B Section
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) ;: Bicentennial Program ::


..: 1\. : Cannon is pulled onto field and fired ,It
: with all lights off and under spotlight. It

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"'>10, .... It
:: *PRESENTATION OF COLORS (marching music) ::

It Various color guards-American Legion, It

," :: ROTC, Fla. National Guard and Air Guard. ::
'\1 'It It'

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':' : Each Girl Scout (50) will name State and ::

Date of Ratification under spotlight. .. ()

'.. :: Then lights on. :: O 1787 1987 ,
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', with lead singer. ...
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.*. (marching music). .... --- rtJOK

:: *BAND PLAYS another song of their choice ::

.It:: Flag as SKYDIVERS trailing. Florida arrive National with American Guard :.: At the End of 200 Years the Constitution Still Works"WE

:: to catch flag. ::


Nowhere in all the living ; die Pream6e"We the individual American.Our .

',' *SPECIAL MUSIC ARRANGEMENTS. i documents upon which our Nationis
:: Choral groups. "America the Beautiful""Battle founded is there a more signifi- Constitution, more than any
the United
cant message than the one im- the people of other document, affects the way in
: Hymn of the Republic". :: States, in order to form a more
parted by these three magical which we live today. It unites us as ,
It words. As has been illustrated so perfect Union, establish justice, in- a people and makes us strong. In
*GEORGE WASHINGTON SKETCH :: sure domestic tranquility, providefor
often throughout our Nation'shistory these Bicentennial nationwide
*: (lights off-spotlight only). there is nothing "We the the common defense, promotethe observances, Americans are
people" cannot accomplish once we general welfare, and secure the celebrating our foundations
::. *SING ALONG: "This Land is Your Land". :: have set our goals and put forth our blessings of liberty to ourselves and together by learning more about
It best united efforts. It is as true now our posterity, do ordain and our history and our unique kind of

"w t i. *JAMES MADISON SKETCH (spotlight.only). :: as it has always been;."United we establish this Constitution for the government.. _
:: United States of America.
stand... divided we
Americans have set aside this
*: *SING ALONG: "God Bless America". i Now, at the end of our first 200 special time to celebrate our Con-
years under the guidance of this yellowed parchment paper, stitution and the men who enduredthe
:: *BEN FRANKLIN SKETCH (spotlight only). : hallowed document, "We the peo embellished with the faded, hardships of a long, hot sum-
ple" of America are preparing fora spencerian handwriting of another mer in Philadelphia in order to
i *CHORALE, followed by Pledge to Flag :: birthday party of unsurpassed time? The best answer to this ques- give it to us. Constitution Day,
.* (Chorale on stage under spotlight). meaning and significance. tion is, we do so in order to September U, 1987, provides us
: *: On September 17, 1987, our Con- remember how our free way of life, with the opportunity to pause and
*GROUND AND AERIAL FIREWORKS DISPLAY stitution will celebrate its 200th unequalled anywhere else in the show our appreciation for these

:: (Ground display of American Flag is ignited *: year as the guiding light that has world today, got its start. Founding Fathers and the prove that
: steered our Nation, through good The Bicentennial Celebration is a we have not forgotten men who
,:: and spotlight is turned off while pledge : :
insured the freedoms and
continues.) *, times and bad, to its present stateof fitting way in which to show our we our
forefathers have enjoyed for 200
I greatness. pride in the success of the
:: and which children and
years our
American form of It
Some Americans may ask, "Why government. andchiJdren
will continue to en-
tifit also allows to honor the docu-
t,4rtR'11r, *ryt rrF****tittlrtitir**rytirytyt***rit***tttit*rytt**r** should we celebrate a piece of ment that guarantees us the rights of joy for generations to come.

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.uas.rIuuI.: All Florida Courts to Recess at 11 A.M. .r.._... ....

" '., s.mrA _.. On Bicentennial Day, Sept. 17 *_ _
*- Escapee Considered I
tH L'i' \' --T: Dangerous
>,)(:' I The Supreme Court of Florida has Issued a Proclamation Order
JWIt., in celebration of the Bicentennial of the U.S. Constitution.
a. Chief Justic Parker Lee McDonald has issued an order that on A Union Correctional Institution left the prison grounds late Tuesday 9:53 p.m. it was confirmed Craverowas
Constitution Day,Sept. 17, "every court in the State of Florida will inmate serving tme for murder was afternoon. missing from the southwest
'ft''Ji: recess at 11 a.m. on that date for appropriate ceremonies in missing Tuesday night when the Cravero,born in Miami,is serving unit D complex at UCI. Cravero is
.! recognition of the signing and ratification of the U.S. Constitution nine o'clock head count was taken. two life sentences for murder from medium build, 175 Ibs., s'HH" tall,
"" 200 years ago on that day." Inmate Richard D. Cravero, 44, Dade County and Monroe County,he with ruddy complexion, brown hair
County Judge George H. Pierce has announced that a brief who is considered dangerous by has been in the system since 1975. and brown eyes.Authorities .
ceremony will be held at 11 a.m.,Sept. 17,in Courtroom Two of the prison officials, was on a main- Until a little over a year ago when he have no knowledge
Bradford County Courthouse. The public is invited.Fleetwood. tanence detail inside the prison com- was transferred to UCI he was at which direction Cravero may have
pound and may have escaped inside Florida State Prison. taken or no verification as to how he
a piece of heavy equipment which According to Bob MacMaster, at escaped.

I Local Restaurant Robbed SaturdayKentucky I

Fried Chicken on US-301 money from the safe in the kitchen pIe days growth of beard. .
24' x 52' Doublewide in Starke was robbed at gun point area of the restaurant, according to The two men left the building
Saturday afternoon. The two white' Captain Richard Bennett. through the side door, running into
Skirted- Air males escaped with an undetermined The man, armed with a 38 blue the woods with the bank bags. No
Furnished amount of currency. steel revolver was Hispanic, 5'5" to vehicle was seen by witnesses.
One of the men sat at a table while 5'7"weighing approximately 135 Ibs. Anyone with information concerning
Conditioned ,* Washer/Dryer 3 the second man placed the order, The second man was white, slightly the suspects or the robbery is
; then initated the robbery taking heavier,also 5'5" to 5'7"with a cou- asked: to contact local authorities.

Spacious Bedrooms 2 Convenient

Baths Formal Dining Room I Air Search Nets Pot Garden I

Eat-In -Extended The continuing air-surveillance, a ton near the county line last'Tues "The plants were pulled Sept.2 and
cooperation effort of the Florida day.Arrested destroyed.Partlcipiting.
Highway Patrol and Bradford Coun- was Oscar Estes,48,who
Warranty Delivery & SetUpw ty Sheriff's Department netted an was charged with manufacturing '
e additional plants last week. cannabis, according to Lt. Glen in the combined effort
The plants ranging from two to Moore.Bond was set at$5,000,Estes WM pilot Randy Allen, Lt.
Ph shave eight feet tall were found on private was released on his own Winston Barber, Trooper D. C.
9. property on CR-325 south of Hamp- recognizance. Roberta and Lt.

$ 183. month ?ooO T'q -' Moore

{ per 1 I Businessman Will Not Go to Jail .

sere! $2 5 00. downaYs
wI "
t : ad A local Starke businessman charged this year with 11 counts of grand two mortgage refinancing transactions. -
\ 9 ee-k with grand theft, will not go to theft following an investigation into June 15 Alderman entered a
Jail. He was sentenced Monday to misuse of the company's escrow account plea of guilty to one charge of grand
serve two years on community con .Bradford Title,a local facility theft (second degree) and two
trol.William utilized by realtors and individual counts of third degree felonies. According
R. "Bill" Alderman in land transactions, had issued to Alderman's attorney
former owner of Bradford Title andAbstract checks to several individual after Dudley Hardy $108,096.08 has been
Co. In Starke must make the sale of 80 acres in the Saunders paid to the plaintiffs in the suits witha
4 4 restitution to the plaintiffs in full, Estate in rural Bradford County. balance of$8.000 In the account at
pay S6 000 to the county as part of the The checks totalling $78,000 'bounc this time. Alderman has sold land
legal few (cost of bank records) as ed'when the heirs tried to cash them and cattle In order to make restitu
well as pay a fine of $20,000. The leading to charges being filed tion. Circuit Judge Osee Pagan said
community control program will be Additional J grand theft charges filed he took the effort of makinarestituf -
followed by five yean probation. in March accused Alderman of i
Alderman was charged earlier .converting $55,000 to his own IBM in lee pq. 11

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Greatest ..period: of growth for_Starke Began in 19 O's- !I' '

by Buster Rahn Starke was not a bedroom community improve, but only slightly, depen- year. In addition to its 85 hp V-8 produced all-steel bodies for 15 precedented and tumultuous times
BCT Staff Writer ;its people largely lived and work ding on individual families. Marriages engine, Ford offered a 60 hp V-81 years before General Motors. The Just around the corner
"Starke was Just a sleepy little ed at home. The business community were down. Young people which did not sell in that era of old wooden "Body by Fisher," In April, 1939, final distribution of
town," in the early 1950's, local attorney drew from a limited county were delaying marriage for lack of cheap gasoline, although it was a highly advertised by GM, would rot assets of the Bradford County Bank
Buzzy Green told the zoning population, with virtually no money, and young married coupleswere good engine, and might well be appreciated out in 4-5 years in the southern was made, some 9 years after the
board recently.. business coming from outside the not bearing children, for the in today's market. Ford climate. However, the 1937 bank closed. In July, the Florida
It was a fitting analysis, but if it county. With such a small base, it is same reason. Families continued to continued with mechanical brakes, Chevrolet was a fine automobile,the Bank would post its financial state-
were sleepy in the early 50 s,then it difficult to understand how the town double up,with two or more generations although both General Motors and forerunner of a line of cars that ment, showing deposits of
was comatose in 1937. That was the supported three automobile dealer- sharing homes, or living in Chrysler had gone to hydraulic would outsell Ford for the next $362,885.03, which were less than
year The Bank of Starke finally clos- ships during the Depression years, family owned houses. Wages in the brakes earlier. several years. half the bank deposits of the two
ed its doors and the Florida Bank at and assorted other business firms rural south were in the 25-50 cents local banks In 1930. The Florida
Starke opened usually associated with larger per hour range. The Turret Top... The Pre-War Era... Bank open only four months,
The 1940 census would reveal a towns. [In 1937, Ford produced a strange All three car manufacturers now The three years 1937-1939 were revealed in its statement a limited
Starke population of 1,495 people, looking car, that like the 1934 produced all-steel bodies, which somewhat uneventful, with the confidence in the local economy,
virtually stagnant,increasing by only Improvement Begins... Airflow Chrysler, was ahead of its General Motors termed "turret residents of Starke going about their with loans of $68,615.75 to local
156 persons in the prior 10 years. _In 1937 times were beginning to times and would last only one model !top" Both Ford and Chrysler had affairs, unaware of the un- businessmen and consumers. The
bank had $136,294.83 in bonds
r $186,020.43 in cash and due from
other banks and capital of
$45,224.03. In four months operation,
the bank added $5,224.03 to its
Wi'nn-Dixie capitalization.A .

Farm Economy...
The strawberry was still king in
Bradford County, with the 1939

YgD p A fk 1I : 9e 00Yo season$326,610 The first for bringing 5 tobacco million area pints.grown farmers in the

MTB 2e county was in the Graham area in

@ predicted 1924. In June county 1939,farmers The Telegraph would

PRICES GOOD receive $100,000 for their tobacco
THURS. WED., crop.The crop didn't bring as muchas
QUANTITY RIGHTS SEPT. 10 16, 1987 expected,and farmers would vote
RESERVEDCOPVMOM1. .., to restrict the number of acres each
w.a W "" .10.
-IMF could plant in futureyears.That pro-
gram was to continue for more than
40 years, to be substantially revisedin

In 1986.June 1939, Bradford High

WITH OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES date School graduated 63 seniors.its largest Some class class to

members revealed their plans to
The Telegraph:
A.Z. Adkins, Jr."going to the
Citadel,"a military college in South
Vernon Silcox,"to the Pepsi-Cola
Bottling Works."His father was the
Pepsi-Cola distributor for this area.
John Arthur Torode, "going to

THAN EVER BEFORE Kingsley Mary business Beach.Edwards college." "(Mixon), "goingto

Jewett Fogg, "going to farm."
Clare Flume (Colson),
o M "stenographer."

n PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATIONS: G ARAN1Emfcenrane "college.Ooshia" Smith (Brown),

STARKE Inman Green, "dairy business."

470 W. MADISON ST. OOD Bow S*.Fog. UB


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DASH 42.0E $138 1 AYOCADOES EACH Future Astronaut...?
I giiiI . . BOX
tt *! !IIFOODS 10Vk-oi.COMBO, UHHH.SAUSAOI 12VHAMBUROIB or12o Greg Marshall decked out in his
flight suit after returning from
GERBER CRI511RUSTl TOTINO'SPARTY "Space Camp" sponsored by NASA
21cBABY 9Se last Summer.







2LTR.1BTLS.. 9geOR Greg Marshall took off into the
REFILLS . CONDITIONER s}E wild blue yonder when he went to
1 camp this Summer.
IM AEROSOL RIOULAR.IXTRA HOLD w UNSCINTID The Bradford student attended the
COCA $999 U.S. Space Camp, along with over
1 *ct 200 students from all across the U.S.
12 d SPRAY ggeHAIR and many other nations, in a learn-
COLA . . CANS .7 SIZE: ing experience sponsored by NASA.
DIU CHOICI The camp takes place each year in
SKINLISS Huntsville, Ala. site of an extensive
FRYER $198 ROAST $199 astronaut training center and rocket
development area which houses the"Redstone"

. .l8 ia Greg and the other students, all
WD BRAND BONILISS PORK LOIN ROAST or OLD FASHION 1O-INCH who have shown an interest in space
sciences or related fields, were
PORK $999 PECANPIE $949 given the opportunity to take a
36-01. simulated shuttle flight, assuming
CHOPS . LB . SIZE: electronic responsibility for a mission
AVAILABLE IN DELI STORES ONLY in which a few"suprlaes"were
thrown into the program for good
measure u well as exploring the
world of space exploration from a
,------------1| WINK DIXIE COUPON' ----------wl scientific point of view.
"It was just like a military campin
I some ways"Greg reported. "We
had early wake-up calls and we
OVER 10,000 EVERYDAY 400 OFF I bunked in barracks called 'Sleep
Bays'.It was a lot of fun and very in-
PRICES teresting.There were students from
t JIvIuuIpp.LOW
1itt2g4 j LIMIT ONE COUPON PER 15"""CNI'ON8 LISTED BELOW.rooalns I all over the world places you
TO GIVE YOU A wouldn't think of, like Korea and
I If' Japan.
..........- LOWER FOOD BILL The sleep bays,the students slept
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opportunity to view art and crafts I
"I By Anne Sponholtz from across the state.Food and dan-
LRM Editor
Mother Nature was good to the cing were other special features of Visit Our Showroom Today
the event.A .
organizers of the tenth annual
Festival of the Lakes Art Show. drawing for electronic equipment -
Unlike past festivals where rain and announced that Mary Ashley .
L and Geoirge Sickenberger, both ar-
Ji ; one year even a hurricane threatened Clear Out
t tists in the show,were the winners.
the festivities, this year's
wheather gave a stunning perfor- The event is put on each year by Prices
mance as throngs of people gatheredto Keystone Heights Junior I '
Women's Club. P.K. Brannon was On All 87Models
see what one observer billed as
the chairman of the Festival
of the
"one --
of the best art shows In -
Florida." Lakes,Ronnie Edgerton is presidentof
The two day show began on Satur- the club, Andi Blount serves as In
day, September 5 at 9 a.m. and first-vice president and Judy Evansis
although rain did come,it wasn't un- secretary.
til after the day's events were over. s..
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I Art Showfrom ,

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Evans said that the Jr. Women's Charlie Hyde.Honorable .
Club Is always looking for active Mentions Lori Shute
members. She said besides the and Louie Ayala. ..
festival the club sponsors the annual Two Dimensional: Best of show -
Christmas parade delivers Cindy Cunningham.
baskets to the needy and provides Awards of Excellence Keith ._ ,
other community services. Fagan, Cindy Cunningham, Roy 1 1
The club meets monthly at the Persons and Gene Roberds. ; 14 V'V'ba
Keystone Heights Women's Club. Awards of Distinction Steven .. d dr
Evans said that anyone interested in Bogursky, Bryan Smith, Marion -- ;
becoming Involved with the Goodyear and Frederick Allen. '- _
organization may contact her In the Awards of Merit Ann Ramsden, ':
evenings after 7 p.m. at 473-2972. Virginia Chen,Phil Sanders and Linda '
Awards for the tenth annual Blondhelm. : :
Festival of the Lakes were given as Honorable Mentions Ron Irby v.
follows: and Alice Murphry. ; ., :
Three dimensional: Best of show ,' ,
Glenna Rappaport Festival Committee Awards Sponsored 2 J rx .
Awards of Excellence Glenna by Merchants and Southern
Rappaport Barbara Sorenson Bank: Roxie Thomas, Cindy Cunningham
Margaret Boone and Richard Lyle. Margaret Boone and Gene
Awards of Distinction Roxie Roberds.
Thomas,Tom Walker,Nancy Moore Non-competitive Craft Awards:
-and John DeCarlo. Delores Wynn, Karlene Ransbot- d
Awards of Merit Mary Ashley tom, Ray Williams, Holli Norden 5
S.E. De.Chevl'S. Jill Bowie "nrt and Carol Gasche. 9: fr : L : :

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futuristic, and realistic atmosphereto
the experience.The file mission.
students got to try firsthand "First we had a generator go bad _Sp Mrk Irl.dlh,
some of the more exotic astronaut on us when we were in orbit,' Greg Fountains in the Park...
training equipment, including said. "But the worst thing happened Art Show last weekend.The .
a I
"micro-gravity" chair, a spring- when the payload bay doors got Members of Courtney Carter's Dance Studio In Keystone Heights provided dancers put on a real show complete with colorful costumes In their
loaded device in which the students, stuck In an open position.If a shuttle a touch of class to the entertainment at the Festival of the Lakes presentation next to the fountains In the park.
suspended from the ceiling in a rig has to reenter the earth's atmosphere
that looked like a prop from a without the doors being{
science fiction movie, learning how closed,it could burn up on reentry. ObituariesMr.
it feels to walk, run and jump in Greg and rest of the crew solved SAWYERA
various states of weightlessness. the problems with some quick think-
"It felt like you were under ing,and right commands fed into the .John BlasingameMr. Margaret Zinkel of Melrose and Norms
water," Greg said. "Every little computer and the flight controls. Thompson of Keystone; brother,
John William Blasingame, 86,
The students got to try on real Woodrow Blasingame of Melrose
move you made was different from ;
of Melrose, died Tuesday, Sept. 8 in
suits, and competed in sisters, Jewell
the way it would be to walk down pressure Medical Kenyon of Coleman,
Fla. Centerin
North Regional
here on earth," model rocket building constructing Ga., Fannie Chambless of Lizella,
The training apparatus taught the two-stage rockets which they firedon Gainesville following a long il Ga., Sarah Holloway of Gainesville,
students it the range at the Huntsville Center lness. Fla.; five grandchildren and
as teaches the seven
Born I, 1901, in Coun-
Aug. Upson
Greg and the rest of his design greatgrandchildren.Funeral .
astronauts, the "five degrees offreedom"
ty, Georgia, Mr. Blasingame movedto
of movement achieved in team won a first place award for services will be held
Melrose in 1966 from Miami. He
space, and Greg could recite them their design of an orbiting was a member of Eliam Baptist Thursday, Sept. 10 at 2 p.m. in
with ease. laboratory. DeWitt C.Jones Chapel of Keystone, -
Church, Woodman of the
"Yaw, pitch, roll, and horizontaland "It was a great experience,"Greg World with Rev. Jimmy Coyle officiating. = I
Nor-Ml Masonic Lodge in Miami and
lateral motion," he said said. "Everyone who Is interested in Masonic Rites will be performed at
retired truck driver and
authoritativly. "You learn about space exploration should check it was farmer.a graveside in Eliam Cemetery in -
each one pretty quickly in the micro- out. Melrose. Jones Funeral Home of = -
Survivors include his wife, Iva E. c
trainer.1 Keystone is In of
gravity charge ar _
Blasingame of Melrose daughters.
One of the highlights of the Space I ; rangements.
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Mr.Manuel AlvaradoMr. Mrs. Eunice Kite Survivors include her husband, Card of ThanksWe I tt) our hearts. never realized he touched so many
Manuel V. Alvarado, 52, of Mrs. Eunice Margaret StricklandKite John G. Meyer of Keystone; A Special thank you goes to Bro. other lives as was evident by the
Starke, died Monday,Aug. 24,at his 67, of Starke, died Tuesday daughters Faith Ann Ross of Greenville would like to take this opportunity Aft Peterson, Doyle and Duane Ar- floral arrangements,food,and visits
residence following a brief illness. Sept. 1 in Bradford Hospital of S.C., Anna Joan Edwards of to thank everyone for their tbf Dr.Bruce Pollack,Dr. Robert from each of
Born March 25, 1935 In San An- Starke following a long illness. Decatur, Ga., and Debbie Sue acts of kindness during our recent Perez, and the Union County you.May God Bless You. I
tonio, Tx., Mr. Alvarado was a Born April 30, 1920, in Alachua Friesen, Omaha, Neb.; son, George loss.These words are but a feeble at- /Rescue Team. TberamilyOfHerman
laborer for Wainwright Produce of County, Mrs. Kite moved to J. Meyer, New Windsor, N.Y.; tempt to express the feelings we hold We knew he was special to us, but Robert
Starke. Theressa, near Starke, in May of brother,Jacob DeVoung,Long Key
Survivors include an uncle,Ben S. this year from Jacksonville. Mrs. Fla.; 11 grandchildren and 3 greatgrandchildren S..fog II
Alvarado of San Antonio, Tx. Kite was a homemaker, attended .
Graveside funeral services were Bradford Baptist Church and was a Funeral services were held Tues-
held at Crosby Lake Cemetery under former longtime resident of Brad- day, Sept. 8 in Park of the Palms BRADFORD HOSPITAL Inc.
the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof ford County.Survivors. Chapel with Dr. Will Miller and Mr. "
Starke. include three Frank Waardenburg officiating.
daughters Mrs.Judy Kite of Starke Burial was in Keystone Cemetery i$ pleased to announce
Mr. Thomas DorberMr. Patti Anderson and Mrs. Margie under the direction of Jones Funeral
Thomas F. Dorber, 58, of Masters, both of Jacksonville; six Home of Keystone. Mike O. Dillon M.D.
sons, Clifford, Bobby, Glenn and
Keystone Heights, died Sunday,
Sept. 6 in Memorial Hospital of Roy Kite, all of Jacksonville, Mac Mrs.Judith P.SandersMrs. Board Certified In Internal Medicine and Cardiology'will
Jacksonville following an extended Kite of Live Oak,and Lamar Kite of Judith (Judy) Perry
illness. Vinegrove, Ky.; three sisters, Mrs. Sanders, 43, of Brooker, died at her
Born Aug. 22, 1929, in Kearny, Juanita Rogers of Haines City Mrs. mother's home in Brooker after a
N.J.,Mr.Dorber moved to Keystonein Virginia Roberts of Lakeland, and brief illness. be seeing patients on a consultative basis at
1985 from Miami. He was a Mrs. Doris Hodges of Starke; Born in Fernandina Beach Mrs.
member of American Legion Post brother, Harold Strickland of Sanders lived most of her life in Bradford Hospital\ Tuesday afternoons between :00:
202 (Keystone), Hialeah Masonic Mulberry; 17 grandchildren and 5 Jacksonville, until moving to
Lodge 320, the Episcopal church, greatgrandchildren.Funeral Brooker two months ago. She was a pm and 4Q:( pm beginning September 15th.
and was a retired Greyhound bus services were held Satur- homemaker and a member of the
driver. day, Sept. 5 in DeWitt C. Jones Rock Primitive Baptist Church.
Chapel in Starke with Rev.Stockton Survivors include three
Survivors include his wife, VivianM.
Dorber of Keystone; daughter, Smith officiating. Burial was in daughters, Wilma Marie Spaulding, for more information call: Bradford Hospital at
Rachel Louise of Syracuse, N.Y.; Oaklawn Cemetery in Jacksonville Donna JoAnn Perry and Tina Marie
sons, Stephen Dorber of Miami under the direction of Jones Funeral Perry, all of Jacksonville; her 964-6000 .
Rory Dorber of Charleston,S.C.,andJeffrey Home of Starke. mother, Wlltjia S. Padgett of _
Dorber of Hollywood, Fla; Brooker two brothers, Harvey
Mrs.Jessie D. oh
brothers, George Dorber of Parsip- MeyerMrs. Fipps Jacksonville and Henry
pany, N.J., Lou Dorber of Wood- Jessie D. Meyer, 70, of Parkof Fipps of Gainesville; two sisters,
bridge, N.J., and Richard Dorber of the Palms,died Friday,Sept.4,in Maxine Musgrove of Fernandina ATTENTIONCatch
North Arlington, N.J.; sister, Joyce Alachua General Hospital of Beach and Donna Harris of Jackson- .
Carlen of Spotswood, N.J.; five Gainesville following an extended il- ville; six grandchildren.
grandchildren. lness. Graveside funeral services were
Graveside funeral services will be Born Feb. 13, 1917 in Prospect held Tuesday at Rock Primitive
held Thursday, Sept. 10 at Keystone Park, N.J., Mrs. Meyer moved to Baptist Church Cemetery with Elder "
Heights Cemetery with Rev. Tom Keystone in 1970 from Ft. Lauder- Jack Upchurcti and Elder Albert
Gordon officiating. Jones Funeral dale. She was a homemaker and a Altman officiating. Archer Funeral -
Home of Keystone is in charge of ar- member of Park of the Palms Home of Lake Butler was in chargeof The Wave
rangements. arrangements.
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Epypr General Hospital, Gainesville. Welcomes Diane
i Pat has been a Hospice volunteer since the service beganin .
I this area in June 1984. She was selected on the basis of Mary Ann Forchiazzo Mary Ann
I her dedication, compassion, and the professionalism that Connie
she brings to the volunteer service. (Formerly with )
x The Hospice program provides support and care for people Stop by and vIsitHWY
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l live as fully and as comfortably as possible. : with usfVIGON
t, .J. Y volunteer Pat was recognition presented with banquet.Pat her.award at the fourth annual I ; I

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FlIP are checking local motorists and vehiclesBradford ai

CountyThe County.Recognizing. violate the driver license laws of Union CountyThe ,
Florida Highway Patrol the danger Florida. Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver license presented to the public by defective will be conducting driver license :i.
and vehicle inspection checkpoints vehicle equipment Troopers and vehicle inspection checkpoints tt
The Patrol has found
during the week of Sept. 11 wiU concentrate their efforts on these during the week of Sept. 11
through Sept. 17 on SR-21,SR-100, vehicles being operated with checkpoints to be an effective through Sept. 17 on SR-100,
SR-230, SR-18, SR-16, CR-18, defects such as bad brakes, worn means of enforcing the equipment SR-121, SR-231, SR-241, SR-238, r
and driver license laws of
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CR-229, CR-231, CR-227 CR-221 ment. In addition, attention will Insuring the protec- CR-231A CR-24A and CR-796A in 1 ti.
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1 Southslde Elementary student Meghan Renaud was the big winner In
the"Cinderella Dream Girl"beauty pageant held In Jacksonville August
.t 29.
eilr Meghan, who Is the daughter of David James of Starke, says she was
"suprised and happy"when she swept first place In the Beauty.Modelingand
ih, Photogenic categories, as well as being declared Overall winner In
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destroyed by fire Sept. 4. to Deputy Doug York.
The trailer used for storage was fully engulfed in flames at 1:51: a.m. Hampton Volunteer Fire Department responded to the fire.
when it was seen by a passerby. Cause of the fire is unknown there was Johm Miller. SSG Miller of the 107th
Ellen M. Reeder went to P.A.D. was assigned to the 653rd
Baumholder Germany on her an- Eng. Detachment to photograph and
News BriefsMissing 'I nual training mission with the FL report on the mission.It .
VINYL SIDING Nat. Guard. She is in the 653rd Eng. was quite an experience being in
Detachment based in Camp Blan- Germany and working with the Ger-
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Jurors Traffic many to train for 3 weeks with Army was cold. Also the country is
personnel and German nationals. mountainous. Overall the mission
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Sept. 3 for driving under in- : worked with newspaperman, SSG unit.ORIAN .
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24.The posted. WELLS I 'I
excuses given by the prospective William Harrell Chapnick 31, of .7
jurors were "I forgot' or "Ididn't Citrus CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE I
was Sept. 3 on a ,
receive a notice". capias charging failure to appear U.S. 301 North ._,
, Judge Fagan had threatened (DUD and expired driver's license SERVICE O'ullto 3724)103 Stark..964-7MO Jam 383-4531 PARTS
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but a fine he '
according to Deputy Eugene Lee.
lectured the eight who appeared and Bond was set at $851.2.5, he was TO QUALIFY YOU WILL
1'I told them the next time they receive released on his own recognizance. ,
1 a jury summons "I urge you to obey PRE-OWNED SPECIALS

i It '. Rickey King Mays was arrested SAVE 50% OF SIDING COSTS : &
As it turned out, one potential Sept. 9 for driving while license
juror had been excused two more suspended (DWLS), according to 1 ------------------- -- --- FACTORY EXECUTIVE CARS
were exempt because they were
Patrolman M. D. Spears. He was
over 70 years of age and 11 had not released after a $210 surety bond
been served. Those 11
were purged was posted. I '
86 Izuzu Space Cab
from the election rolls as well as one

from the eight that will showed.be The remaining Joseph Galusha Owens, 22, of I AC, 19,000 miles . . . . $7500.
seven receiving Keystone Heights was arrested Sept. 4 2020 NE 12th Place
another summons in the future. 5 for DWLS and failure to appear I '86 Chevy C-10 LWB Silverado

DWLS-VOP from Marion County, ,
Ocala FL 32670
\. according to Trooper W.M.Abrams. LOADED 15,000. miles . . . $10,968.
Additional Arrests Bond was set at $210 for DWLS, '
85 C-10 Silverado ,
Owens was released to Marion County ALL COLLECT 9046224963Name Chevy
I In Jewelry Robbery
authorities. i LOADED . . . . . . $9888.
I Two additional arrests were made
f earlier this week, one in Starke and Starke Man ArrestedIn '85 Chevy S-10 Bonus Cab
: one in Green Cove Springs, charging Type of Home
them with accessory to the robberyof Sunday Hit & RunA 4 cyl, 4 spd, . . . . . $5875.
Williams Jewelry Store. 24-year-old Starke man was arrested Address Wood D BlockO '85 Toyota King cab'ATAC,36.000miles.
Sandra Joyce Buchanan 23, of shortly after his vehicle

Orange Park was arrested Sept. 6 struck a parked vehicle Sunday City Mobile 0 OtheYD . . . $7400.
while she was visiting Jack Lee night.

Webb who is in the custody of the Raymond Glen Hall driving a 1972 :'Phone AM a PM a '86 Cavalier . . . . $7495.
Bradford County Jail, according to Ford, was charged with leaving the
2 AT AC PS St.# 4085'
Investigator David Aderholt. Susan scene of an accident improper tag ,

who Diane is Buchanan in the custody,wife of of Rick the Webb Clay, no suspended tag and, according driving while to Sgt.license W. C. '86 Cavalier . . . . $7495.

County Jail was arrested in Clay Reno. 2 dr AT. AC. PS, St.# 4084
and released to Bradford
County Hall struck a parked vehicle on FOREMOST a.' Pic WISE
County Sept. 8. Both Women are SR-100 at 11:02 p.m. Sept. 6. He was Sale 'Cavalier CS . . . . $7650.
charged with accessory after the apprehended near US-301 and SR-100 + .. Prices 4 St# 4080
fact with bond set at 20000. They #" dr AT.
and arrested, said Sgt. Reno. GOOd
remain in
custody. Bond was set at $675 Hall was srs comb ne to bring you T1Yu '86 Cavalier . . . . . $7450.

Recent ArrestsIn Property released on damage his own totalled recognizance.$1,500. : LOWER PRICES! Sept. 16 I 4 dr AT. AC. PS, St# 4079

Bradford CountyThe Stolen Vehicle '86 Buick Skylark . . . . $8988.

following arrests were madein Recovered, 1 ArrestAn CrownZ'Danlels 4 dr AT AC. PS, St# 4078
Bradford County by local Calvert
authorities. Isuzu pickup truck stolen in Jack '87 Olds Toronado: . . . . $15,500.
Duval County was recovered in Extra Royal

John Thompson, 30, (real name Bradford County and the driver was LOADED St,# 4077

David ville)was Wayne arrested Williams Sept.of 5 for Jackson-carrying arrested Tommy on Smith Labor, 19 Day., of Maxville was 2 S)11) '87 Olds Sierra Wagon . . $10,950.

a concealed weapon (firearm) charged with grand theft Sept 7.ac- \ I 3 to choose from average 9,000 miles ea.
and possession of burglary tools,according cording to Deputy Doug York.Smith 9.79
to Patrolman Gerald Hayes. was in the truck at a conveniencestore AT PB PS PW AM/FM stereo
The arrest was made at Starke in Lawtey when approached by
Plaza when the patrolman saw Deputy York. A computer revealedthe '87 BereHa . . . . . $11,2501
around in front pickup was stolen. While questioning -
of the stores. When questioned, the Smith, a passenger in the t'"c AT. AC PS PP St,# 4069
truck took off into the woods
from his Bond running
was gun dropped set at 120,000. clothing. and has not been apprehended.Bond .750 1.75 .7 '86 Cavalier CS . . . . $11/150.

for Smith was set at $5,000, 4 dr. AT AC. PS. PB. PW. PL tilt/cruise, 7800 miles
he will be released to Duval County -
Also arrested Sept. 3 for burglarywas ..BeefeaterGin EJ
David Antonio Jones 21, and authorities. LLk Jack St# 4068
Chris Allen Mcintosh, 20, according Brandy
Patrolman K. R. Hinds, Jr. They Starke ManArrested Daniel '87 Olds Delta 88 . . . . U55Q

were veyance charged and possession with burglary of burglary of a con- Twice, 9." 6.. Coolers LOADED 11,000 miles 2 to choose from.

tools. Bond was set at$5,000 total for In Two DaysA '81 Mercury Cougar4dr.ATPSPB
each defendant they were released
44-year-old Starke man was arrested -
I on their own recognizance. twice over the weekend both . . . . $1800.
times charged with battery for 4.21.75JJ
, Albert Smith of Starke was arrested fighting. '81 Pontiac Trans Am . . . $3950
I Sept.7 for disorderly conduct
Willie Norman Suggs was arrested '
' and resisting officer without Sept. 5 when police responded to a t .ALL 87 MODELS 6/60
violence, according to Patrolman disturbance call at Charles Wright's 4 pack
Clayton Sellers.Bond was set at$150 house, according to Patrolmen .750 WARRANTY
on each charge, he was released on Kathy Mercer and Susan Wilkerson.;
his own recognizance. Suggs would not leave the Wright 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGE
, house was pushing shoving and Starke 1 mile North of starke on US 301 ,
Wanda Hankerson of Starke was struck the officers. He was charged OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
arrested Septa 8 in Alaehua County with battery and battery of a law en- C.-4 ORIAN WELLS I'!!
for welfare fraud according to Investigator forcment officer. Bond was set at PATRICKS PUB & PACKAGEKeystone CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE
t David Aderbolt. Bond II 000. he was released by JudgeElsie Hflts-Open 7 Days a Week 473-9718 U.S. 3O1 North
was set at $ ,500, she was released Sanders on his own 100onHWY21 North ... .. .
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The following defendants appeared Timothy J. Landress pled no contest six months 50 hours communitywork
before Judge George H. DWLS; ten days in Jail, fined attend DUI school Salvation
Pierce in Bradford County Traffic $153.75. Army supervision.
Criminal Court August 25, their Dennis P. McMullen pled no con- Kenneth Greg Morgan pled guilty Homer
cases received final disposition. test DUI; fined $625, license DWLS; fined$180, 90 days in jail on
suspended six months, attend DUI work release.
school Salvation Army supervision Morgan pled guilty DUI} fined .
Dennis W. Magyari! pled guilty one year. $1,150, license suspended indefinitely
careless driving; fined $50. Lawrence S. Andrews pled guilty ,no alcohol, 90 days in jail on work
Magyar pled guilty driving under wilful-wanton reckless driving; fin release (consecutive with above), Office
the influence (DUI; fined $362, ed $185, attend defensive driving attend DUI school.
license suspended six months, 50 school, produce certificate. Joseph W. Montgomery pled guilty
hours community work Salvation Tommie W. Williams pled guilty DUI; fined $1,150, 30 days in jail, ::
Army supervision one year, attend DUI; fined $625, license suspended attend DUI school, license suspended .. 'I ",
DUI school. six months, attend DUI school, ten years, Salvation Army super 3-: .
Thomas M. Edwards pled no con- Salvation Army supervision one vision one year.Montgomery YOUR ;
test driving while license suspended year.Earl. charged with DLWS;
(DWLS); ten days in jail, fined Barber pled guilty impropertag case dismissed.
$237.50. ; produced valid tag, dismissed. CHOICE /
Edwards pled no contest careless Vernon D.Griffis pled guilty DUI; Misdemeanor Court
driving; fined $52. fined $362, license suspended six
Nanette T. Edwards pled no con- months,attend DUI school, 50 hours Daniel Roosevelt Knowles pled
test DWLS; fined $101.25. community work, Salvation Army guilty loitering and prowling; placedon $
N. Edwards charged with expiredtag supervision. 60 days court probation,$50 court
; $32 court costs. Calvin E. Henley pled guilty costs, violate no laws.
Donald A. Cayton charged with DWLS; fined$101.25. Kevin Michael Wagner pled guilty ry
running stop sign; $30 court costs. Theodore L. Pittman pled guilty possession of alligator;fined$127.50.
Cayton no valid driver license DWLS; fined 10125. David Leon Newham charged with
(NVDL); $52 court costs. Kelley Scott pled guilty DWLS; battery, child abuse, commercial NF,
Cayton ran stop sign; $30 court fined $101.25 sex; cases dismissed.
., costs. William A. Smith pled guilty John T. Fowler charged with
." Bobby Flanders pled guilty NVDL; present valid license and reckless display of firearm; case
NVDL; produce valid license and costs or pay $101.25. dismissed. 0
pay $50 court costs or pay$101.25. Jeffery A. Starling pled guilty
Belinda L. Clark pled no contest NVDL; fined $101.25. FLA.TWIN THEATRE
violation of driver license restrictions Starling pled guilty DUI; fined
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted 13 ACRES (4V( acres cleared rest In TO DRINK OPPORTUNITIESOWN 5L -", 1PHONE I St.'ke\I\ I

to the Bradford County good timber): 2 BR mobile home used THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS : .
Telegraph office In writing and paid In at a rental at entrance of property. ..
advance unless credit It alr.ady Several moneymaking pecan trees THAT'S OURS STORE: choose from: Jean/sportswear
established with this of 1k.. around mobile home. $28.000 You Alcoholic. Anonymous ladies apparel men., children/mater Cecella Terwllle ar
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE Finance. Call for appt. 964-6305 days or 9114.4150.964.6219 nlty, large sixes. petite, ....NEW LISTINGS.....
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 964.6493 after 6 p.m. TFo| pd thru 9/17 dancewear/aerobic bridal lingerie or Room to Roam 4 BR 2 Ba 2 story, wood & concrete block 2 barns,
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964-5764; after CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free accessories store. Add color analysis workshop all situated on 12 acres
THE TELEPHONE. 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn ettimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. Brand.: Liz Claiborn., Gasoline, Unbelievable: 60 great acres North of Raiford on Rd. 229 (Union County).
Clattllled deadline It TUESDAY 44 ACRES with 2 BR house or will divide Owner Tommy Reddish 964.8559 tfn Healthtex Levi), lee, Camp Beverly 65x24 doublewlde, 3 barnt, 2 septic tanks, 2 wells, 2 pumps Selling price
NOON, prior to Thursday publication Into 10 acre or more tracts 964.7771 or HANDYMAN: carpentry, painting, electrical Hills, St. Michele. Chaus, Outback Red, $75,0001 With $25,000 down payment owner will finance at 10% Interett.
Clattllled display deadline Is TUESDAY, 9644537. 5/14 TFchg complete home repair. Genesis, Forenza Organically Grown Fact not fiction I
Reasonable over 2000 other. Or $13.99 One Price Benefit Galore ft. brick commercial building 140 S. Thompson -
5:00: P.M. Special Classified display 1.27 ACRES thady close to lakes. South rotes. Licensed contractor. 11,364.q.
placement It NOT Guaranteed. of Starke. Coll 282.3057 evet. 8/27 RB0049306 Call Mitch. 4733940. t/9tfn Designer Multl-ti.r pricing discount or St. This property It In the Enterprise Zone which offers jobs credit tax
Minimum charge for claitifled ads isIS 4tchg 917MOBILE SEWING MACHINE REPAIR: All makes family shoe store. Retail prices credit tales tax exemptions, re-development trust fund,
words for $3.50 th.n 15 centt for HOME LOTS 1 acre up. Several cleaned oiled and adjusted, $15. Used unbelievable for quality shoes normal. Enoy| a Lovely Sunset on Sampson lake: Large high and dry lot dock
each word thereafter.WATERFRONT. location. Some with hookups, all with sewing machine. for sole James ly priced from $19 To $80. Over 250 1985 doublewlde, 3 BR. 2 Ba. fireplace deck facing lake side
EZ Terms Relph Bryan Realty Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy brands 2600 styles. $14.800 to $26.900: What You See It What You Get! 436 Polk St.. Rldgeway llnglewide, 2 BR,
964-6208. Itchg 9/10 16 Starke, 964,8733. 3/19 tfn Inventory training fixtures, grand 2 ba, stove refrlg central heat. AC unit, Florida room carport, utility
PROPERTY LAWN SERVICE for residential and com opening airfare, etc. Can open 15 bldg., fenced. Owner will consider financing

WANTED mercial. Reasonable rot.., Free days Mr. Loughlin ((612)) 8886555. Itpd .....COMMERCIAL.....
SAMPSON LAKE 3 BR, 2 Bath, fireplace ..tlmat... 9644238. 7/16 tfnchg 9/10 301 N: 1.5 acres MH hook-up. 2 bldg., 240' on 301 great value $ 37,000
1000 SUNBEDS. tables, Sunal-
toning 301 N: by Econo Lodge 165.01'on 301 $120.000
dock 4 Inch well 62000. 4733843. WANTED TO RENT 1 yr. mln., 3 BR. 2 COMPLETE HOME REPAIR: carpentry, Wolff tanning bed., SlenderQuest 301 N: approximately ISO' I(opprox.220' $125,000
7/30 tfnchgSAMPSON ESTATES Lake front bath house large yard, within 10 milesof painting, electrical, plumbing, Passive Exercisers Call for FREE color 301 N: Dairy Queen Building 'lease option? $ 93,000
LAKE Reasonable rates Licensed contractor catalog. Save to 90%. 18002286292.
Camp Standing. No children 301 S: 193' 301 frontage $ 85.000
... available from
and lake Lots RB0049306.
occ. Mitch 4733940. 8/20 fcan 87-364
4734674. 8/20 4tpd 9/10 301 and Washington Street 262.5 x 103' $ 91,500
$9000. Zoned Res/mobile home. 3 YARN WANTED any kind any amount. TFchg FREE ADVICE on starting, buying 301 S: 270 ft, on 301, approx 2 acret $1 50,000
west of Storks on beautiful WILL DO HOUSECLEANING In Starke managing a small business Is availableIn
Reasonable, please phone 4681485.
Sampson Lake ((2000 t ocrei) Excellent 9/10 area. 9648255. 9/3 2tpd 9/10 Starke on Sept. 18 from the UNF .ACREAGE....
fishing skiing and boating. Itpd WILL BABYSIT 2 to 3 kids in my AC home, Small Business Development Center Rd. 100 East .37 acres, wooded and platted $ 7.000
904.964.7755 hot lunches 105th Ave., Lowte/: /t acres cleared $ 8.000
I love kids and
will take For appointments, call the Bradford
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Hampton 438 acres. This property hat everything $438.000
ve-533-2038 Owner/brok.r 8/13tfnchg good care of them. References. County Economic Development Corp.,
Lawtey: 5 acret, 105th Ave., good Investment $ 13.000
LAKE lot lakeIn 468-2508
CROSBY larg.lok.front RENTLEASESALECORNER or 9646714. Itpd 9/10 964.7375. Itpd 9/10
Rd 100 E: 12 plus fish pond wide $ 26,000
canal side. Mobil. DO acres open tpacetFlume
and YOU
front on NEED TO WORK but can'tbecause BUSINESS FOR SALE Coin laundry and
Rd., 9 acres joint Country Club. Condos?Time Share? $ 49,000SRI6W..t.oppro..70cr.
home 12x65 2 BR 2 full baths, screened of high cost of child care? I am dry cleaning business, good location .. $13,000
In 20x55 patio 2 car garage. Appraised BUILDING and/or restaurant Christian woman that wants to help. price negotiable. 964-6974. Itchg 9/3
Oklawaha River 3 beautiful acres, river frontage $ 15,000
value 43000. Would tell or equipment for lease. Will sell equipment Call 782-3462. 9/10 TF
Primitive Baptist Church Rd.: 20.16 acres, 3 wells,
trod. for home In Starke of equal seperately. Across from Santa F.
value. 964.6537 or 7823626. Itpd 9/10 Community College. Best restaurant 2 septic tanks, 2 poles, owner finance $ 50,000
location In town. 9647188. 8/6 tfnchg Or will split each $27,000
FOR LEASE 1.000 sq. ft., 301 South-next Brownlee Rd.: 36.43 acres, owner finance, great location $ 82,332
Bayless Hwy 50 acres, frame home S egg farm
VACATION to United Realty 964-8848, 96/-8147,
RESORTS OR or eves, 4733627. 4/16 tfnchg HILDA W. ALLEN m Owner finance, "eggs-octly"what you need $250,000

RENTALS COMMERCIAL PROPERTY laundromat Sales Associate ....'? ....HOMES.....
eight-unit apartment building one Office ((912)) 436-2733 Keystone Heights Townhouse Geneva Springs, 2,265 tq. ft..
COTTAGES. Fully furnished. Dally house, and one cottage. All Income Res. ((912)) 244-2187 September 26--Valdo.., Ga. 3 BR,3 Ba 2 car garage& 2 spaces,90% financing $ 84,000
weekly monthly rates. Also mobile producing property. Located an Hwy Red-X Garden ft Edwards Loop: 3 BR, 2 Ba, 1 acre, left go country $ 62,000
home pork spaces for rent and homes 301 In downtown Starke. $175.000. Property Nursery Center Alvarez Court: 2 BR. 1 Ba landlord off your payroll $ 20,000
for sale. MT. VIEW RESORT, U.S. 64E. recently appraised at 235000. Lake Butler: 4 BR, 2 Ba, 90 years+ memories $ 26,000
Highlands Rd., Franklin, N.C. ((704)) 964-5139.9/3 2tpd 9/10 September 29-Camllle, Ga. Rd 1 100 across New River Bridge MH -3.33 acret- $ 47,500
524-4605. 6/11 tfnchg BY OWNER: 1100 sq. ft. building, excellent Farm Equipment adjoining 3.66 acres no residence seclusion $ 12,000Francis
business location. Days call St.: 3 BR, 1 Ba. CB privacy fence back $ 33,000
964-7024 or eves call 4851316. 9/3 J. DURHAM & ASSOCIATES, INC. Orange and Pratt: 2/1 from, handyman's dream $ 25,000 f
REAL ESTATE 2tchg 9/10 Brooker-3/2 brick and frame. Shady Oaks Sub., extra lot $ 44,000
REALTORS AUCTIONEERS Meng Dairy Rd.: 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB. CH/A, to near $ 40,000
FOR SALE 1216 DAWSON RD., SUITE 102/ALBANY OA 31707 Crosby Lake and canal, MH corner lot, live and fish $ 42,000
SCHOOLSSEMI Crosby Lake Canal: 2 BR 1 Ba, CH/A, frame $ 41,000
Klngsley Lake Village: 2 BR, 1 Ba. Frame 5 lots Income $ 29,500
dry wooded lots Mobil. home, cabin, DRIVER TRAINING Earn Big Bucks- ....LOTS.....
camping O.K. Hunting and fishing. Drive Big Trucks I DOT certification Lakefront Lots and Lake access Lot.
$5.450 w/$150 dn.. $63.71 monthly Local and national lob placement All( Across America Prices range from $ 9.000 to$ 21,000
Club Estates lott One Acre each $ $ 8,500
2 7,5008
assistance. Correspondenceresidenttraining. Country :
((904)) 236.4579 days ((904)) LORRAINE CHAMPION
evet. 2/12 tfn'EPOSSESSED Eligible Institution for financial Klngsley Lake Village: 2 lott $ 4.500
HOMES from Government aid. Guaranteed student leant. ASSOCIATE BROKER Crosby Lake Lot 2: Make Offer $ 7.000
from $1.00 plus repalrt/taxet, Coll 18002828165. United Truck Washington and Cherry: 2 lott $ 8,000
Throughout FL/Natlonwidel Alto tax Master. Resident Training Tempo, STROUT REALTYIncorporated Winding Tree Lake: Lot 246 Florida Frontier $ 1 5,000
office Fla. After Hours
properties. 2164533000. ext. HS117. Florida. Home Clearwater
icon 87.365 Lie. Real Estate Broker Poulin.Randolph 4-e323
John Matter 44-2291
Langford Appraiser
HOME with pond and 5-15
838 N. Tempi Ave. Anne Terwlllegar Nelson 473-7S41:
acres, near Lawtey. Price In the $50's.
Century 21 Heart of the. South. i- (U.S. Hwy. 301)) But. ((904)) 9648931Re Randy Cory 475-2597

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.Conveniently ere-wlnx for cable TV and lei.YpecMly .
Designated Appraiser assigned,units for handkappoe:
.Coin operated Inundry'Private,..U..
Susan M. Faulkner GRI, CRB PRESIDENT .Outside storage..... eb ants
/ /
Homes* Lots./ Acreage/ Waterfront .Spadous elects. ft

'EQ5 l 51f1L !1{ PY; 19{ / Farms / Commercial FROM ONLY $220. pusunnn

LAWTEY Old Fashioned Frame 4Br 1BA. Rental Information available at
Located Hwy.301-2 Blks S. SR.100, 221 W. Lafayette Street
Screened Porch. Large Lot. the construction trailer or cad:

CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES Block 3BR. 2BA. ((813)) 443-3291 Mon-Frl -5PM

CH/A. Drapes & Carpet Large 10O'xl85' Lot. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY

THANKS BRADFORD COUNTY! 41 ACRE FARM Block Home, Large Living Area. .
' 3BR 2BA. Fireplace w/Buck Stove. CH/A. Kidney .

We've had record breaking sales this Shaped Swimming Pool Pasture Farm and Wooded
Areas. Fenced & Cross Fenced. 32'x36'
Cypress Barn.
past yearl! As a result of these sales our OWNER FINANCING 4BR. 2BA FRAME W/CH/A.
listing inventory is low.In Recently Remodeled, has 1BR. 1BA apartment

w/Separate Entrance 5 Acres.

BIKINI LIVING 3BR. 3BA Brick Family Room

w/Flreplace. Large Screened Porch w/BBQ Grill 964-4522

Swimming Pool w/Dlvlng Board Guest House STARKE. FL

order to Increase our Inventory we are offeringthe w/Bath. Assumable VA Mortgage. 4 Lots. 1 ,


Stove Refrt.. Dishwasher Ceiling Fans CH/A. Large

Screened Porch 22'x30' Barn 3.9 Acres. .


House and Doublewide Mobile Home In Excellent ,

Condition w/Covered Patios and
Carport. Well &
compare your home or property to .
Septic. Blueberry plants and Pecan Trees. 6.92 Acres.

others that have sold. making adjustmentsfor FEW MINUTES TO DOWNTOWN Block Home. 3BR. Appraisal* fo* tt i
differences and give you an estimated 2BA Family Room. CH/A. Range. Refrt & Dishwasher. .

price change. 1,738 S/F. 1 Acre. *THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL BUY it

BUY NOW AND PROFIT 3BR. 1 1/2 BA Block VACANT I READY TO MOVE INTO; C/B. 3/1, cloa. to Vlnn-Dixie.
Home Living Room. Dining/Kitchen Combo. Central $28.QOO. Innovative financing available. Will consider lea. aptlon.>> I

Heat, on Nice Lot. I
FREE of machine

and referral service 2BA. Great Room w/Flreplace. Cathedral Celling. Range & IIAUTIFUl MICK 4/2. CHA fireplace, energy efficient, on 3 acres inStark.
Dishwasher. CH/A Workshop on 2.7 Acres. ., $89,000. Additional acreage available.
HANDYMAN'S DREAM 25tory3BR.. 2BA. Large *LEASE W/OPTION TO BUY Exceptional Brick Home In absolutely the .belt
We'll contact ERA Broker In
an new city
your location.3 2 double
Living-Dining Area w/Flreplace. Water Available BR. BA over 1,600 sq.ft.II"lngorea. garage. CHA.Xf x
and within 6 minutes receive pictures of City May 300' lot. city water B ewer. 70500.
Purchase 2 Adjoining Lots.SELECTED. *IN THI liST ARIA On /..._t Road, lovely 3 Bedroom 3 bath separate
homes In the new area over our moving
dining room double garage many amenltlea. On 9 acres, 110000.
machine PROPERTIES FOR THI GOLFER- Country Club over I'A ocr... 3/2. All brick sunken living
2 CITY LOTS -Northeast Section room, fireplace ceiling to floor window. many extras. $79,900.
WXttmtMQ9W9QeW 9 mX9ttWMQ99 & 10 Acre 13th Street NH,Pecan Grove. *Off RUN Immaculate living In this 32 ft. MH Concrete pad security

LAKE GENEVA Urge lot-on the.terl! lights, stocked lake. Ideal for retired. Only $15,500.
if IMMACULATE 4/2 IN STARK,CHtA. 2 car carport. 100 X 100 lot. $33.000.
F trained 105.2 Nonhesit Alachu.County. *TWO CI HOMES aide by side CHI A. $43.000 each.
Call one of our Professionally 10 ACRES-South City County Reiidentul-AgncultunL SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3 BR. t'/t Ba. approx. 1400 sq. ft.. 39900.
staff today at: LAKE LOTSCrosby &Sampson Lakes.Owner Financing. *HANDY MAN SPIOAl Brick home approx. 150 x 200 lot. $20.000.
2.16" 4.55 ACRES-Near Graham -Zoned for mobile hornet .FRAME HOMI on N. Church St. Immaculate.. Only 28600.
*PRICE RIDUCIO 3/1 CB. CH A hi Starke. Owner financed. 36000.
9645069or CITY LOTS On Hwy. 16 W,1 block from 301. WALK TO IVIRVTHINO. 3/1 frame nice lot. $23.900.
LARGE AREA OF LAND-Northeast Section of City. *"PIRSONALITV HOUSE on shaded comer lot. Detached garage with shop.
after hours call: HWY 301 SOUTH-5 Acrei' near Earlion Beach,210 ft on Hwy. Move right In. Reduced to 23000.

HWY 301 SOUTH 2 Parcel Good business location
REALTOR ASSOCIATES EVENINGS Separate For a Complete List Of Our PropertiesCall
BLDG.Approx. 15,000 SP floor
Irene L. Faulkner- 964-5142 CB sp.ce.D Our Ofleer.
Lucille ..

REALTOR A A A A A A AA A&A iA& &xA&.&.&'

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September 10. 1981 SECTION Page

Starke. . Keystone Heights.





RECONDITIONED MOBILE HOME 1981 only clean and quit Houck Apartments like small thepard. Missing from deck. $295 per mo.. $200 deposit factory air runt good tome rust BUY DIRECTI! Repot ft Tan SEIZED Pro
Llb.rty 14x52 front kitchen 2 BR 1 830 N. Temple Ave.. Stark. Baylest Hwy. ft Rd. 100 area Saturday. 904.249.7884.4tpd 8/20-9/10: I spar parts $2900. 473-7683. 3lpd perties. Call TODAY for FACTS!
bath $2,500.qulty and assume $2,000 Itchg 9/3 Needs medication dally 964-8476 FOR RENT 3BR doublewlde 8 2BR 8/27-9/10 1-918-459-3546 ext H3339A (toll refundable
balance. U-Move-lt. Mutt tell. TWO BEDROOM mobile home, clean anytime, keep trying. Itchg 9/10 tlnglewlde, no pets, will tell. 114 CHIVY V-28 red. $8,000. ) 24 HRS. 3tpd 8/27.9/10
7823861. TFm| furnished no pelt. In city. 9648810. 1.659.2269.2tchg 9/10-9/17 473.2803.2tcha 9/10-9/17 KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES new 3BR

NEW It USED MOBILE HOMES. Coll Roy Itpd 93RENTALS HELP WANTED FOR RENT 3BA 3BR DW, mobile home, 2BA, CH/A, laundry, garage, near golf
Wellt at A&W Mobil. Hornet, 964-6407 AVAILABLE 2/1 fresh paint fenced double lot, Sunrise Trailer Park PERSONAL SERVICES course Compare at $49,000,175.2598.
or 9646408. 8/14 tlnrw and carpet. In town; reduced to $275. Keystone, close to school 4tpd 8/27-9/17
3/1 on Crosby Lake, reduced to $450. LICENSED RN NEEDED 19043886109. 2tpd 9/10-9/17 24X70 MOIILI HOMI
24 X 60 DOUBLEWIDE all let In Olin at Whispering PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile FOR SALI 3BR
Subdlvltlon. Ready to move up Into. 4/2 five like-new hornet, close to Pine Care Center 3-11 charge nurse, MOIILI HOMI FOR RENT 2BR 1BA hornet, pools, decks, tldewolkt.' Free 2BA, 2 acres on paved road, paved
13800. Financing available Call; schools,great neighborhood $450. Til- full-time. PRN LPN't needed EOE. 12X60 central air condition ft heat estimates Call Rob 473-3390. 3/5 driveway, 3 decks, storage building
964.5606.6/11 tfnchg fen A Ovens, Inc., Lie Real Estate Phone 964-6220. Experienced need on- screened front porch fenced yard, kennel aviaries' telling tan
2 DOUBLEWIDI REPO'St Financing Broker 9645065. Itchg 9/3 ly to apply. 2/12 tfn lake occ.... NOT PETS. and for tale. LAWN tfnchg MOWING Trimming edging. throughout fireplace, satellite dish
available. Call 1.272-0625 collect tin RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month HIRING I Government Jobs your area Call after 6 p.m. 473-5033. Itpd 9/10 Call The Lawn Barber.- 473-3390. Freeistlmatet. available Low down, $37.500 owner
and Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker- MOBILE HOMI FOR RENT 2BR, 1 BA 6 473-7685.
2 USED DOUBLEWIDESi low paymentt.Low up. $19,000 $68.000. Call ((602)) 838.8885 on 3/5 tfnchg financing. 3tpd 827.910LAKE
Owner at 964.5069 964-4048 TF acres. $245 mo. 473-2730. SANTA Ft HOUSE .
down payment. Call 1-2720650 or EXT 3493. 8/13 4tpd 9/17 per 2tchg CARPET CLEANING -CAB Carpet 8Upholstery newly remodeled
collect tin C A C MINI STORAGE Hwy. 301 South EXPERIENCED CARPET SEAMER for 9/10-9/17 truck mounted deep 2BR 1 Vi BA beautiful lot with lake
9648848.6/11 tfnchg doublewldet. Call 782.3003.8/20 TFchg LAKEFRONT 2BR 2BA. home AC. patio access In Melrose 79000. 4793352.4tchg .
1910 MOBILE HOME lor tale: $2,700. extraction. 4737770. Free
.31.1050.8/20 6tchg 10/1 OFFICE ON 301 Contact Ron Denmark CONSIDER SELLING INSURANCES life of near Keystone Private 4734186. Itpd .steam.tlmate..7/30-10/7 9/3-9/24
at 9645516. 6/25 tfn 9/10 HOUSE FOR SALE 2BR, 1BA moved to
Georgia hat full portfolio of products.Experience
HOMES OF MERIT 4 BR, 2 Ba deluxe, low like NEED TO GO TO DOCTOR Run Errands
HOUSE IN TOWN FOR RENT new your lot 473.7721.2tpd 9/10-9/17
down 11.49 helpful not necessary.Over ? ? Clean? Mow? Repairs?
at Cook
payment completely remodeled 2 BR, Ig. kitchen 21. We will train. Excellent pay HELP WANTED MUST SELL 12X60 mobile home, 2BR
$259/month. UNCLE ROY'S MOBILE Call ask for Rebecca. 2tpd
bath family 473-2531. 1BA central air lot .
living room, tile local agency. For Interview call on corner
HOMES 9043518514. 9/104tchg 10/1 9/3.9/10
room patio w/awning garage, curtain 372.3686.8/20 NURSING POSITIONS AVAILABLE IN $10,000.473.2730.2tchg 9/10-9/17
9/10 '
BRIGADIER: 3 BR, 2 Ba, den 11.49% at 4tchg HOMI IMPROVEMENT additions .
ceiling font throughout. RN/LPN WANTED to perform mobile insurance YOUR COMMUNITY for private duty, acres
$279/month. Deluxe throughout. UN. yard. Mutt tee to appreciate. 1 child exams In Starke area. Venl- CNA't, LPN't, RN't. Interested In work. or complete' building. 30 years 2BR 1BA, mobile home Hall Lake
CLE ROY'S MOBILE HOMES maximum. $350 per month plu.depo.lt. puncture experience required. Good Ing with home health or hospice pa experience serving Bradford and Clay Road. Owner financing with $300 down
904.351.8514.9/104tchg 10/1 964.6714, Tom Parker. Itpd 9/3 flexible hours dents Call the Wellness Personnel Countiet. 473.4018.5/28 tfn and $250 per mo. 4814895. 4tchg
LIBERTY 3 BR 2 Ba 14x80 low down 14 FT. WIDE MOBILE HOME 2 BR, unfurnished pay 13965880.93 part-time 2tpd 9/10 Registry at 338.2146 or 1-800-343-3406.( FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging? 9/10-10/7
payment 11.49% at $169/month. UNCLE In Waldo CH/A stove, CONSULTING DIETICIAN Petition EOE. 4tchg 8/20-9/10 House out of level?? LaRue Leveling
ROY'S MOBILE HOMES refrigerator washer/dryer hook-up. BUS DRIVERS NEEDED service for all your foundation repairs, NOTICE
available In small hospital. 4 hour Clay County
90".351.8514.9/104tchg 10/1 No pets $200 oer month first last and week Flexible schedule Salary plus School Board. Full time, substitutes ft 473.7721.7/9 tfnchg
1986 CLOSE OUTl5 down easy credit $100 security 'deposit. 4691509. 8/27 mileage. Apply to Personnel, Lake but ald... Apply CCSB Personnel Division COMPLETE HOME REPAIR carpentry CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
and 2 bedroomt. Full low
3 as
warranty electrical
2tchg 9/3 Butler Hasp. Hand Surgery Center, 900 Walnut St., Green Cove Springs painting plumbing. to the Lake Region Monitor office
as $139 month. UNCLE ROY'S MOBILE FOUR BEDROOM 2 bath house, central P.O. Box 748 lake Butler Fla. 32054. Fl. 32043. 473-2011 284.6514, Reasonable rates Licensed contractor In writing and paid In advance
HOMES 9043518514. 9/104tchg 101REPO'Si and heat and air. Appliances furnlthed. 9044962323. EOE. 9/3 2tchg 9/10 373-8100. EOE. Itchg 9/10 R80049306. Call Mitch 4733940. 8/20 unless credit It already establishedwith
Assume payments, 371.6316 after 5 p.m. or 377-8500 ext. FEDERAL STATE ft CIVIL SERVICE JOBS this office.
tingle wid. As low at $139/month. 2679 from 8 to 4:15 Itchg 9/3 HOMEWORKERS WANTEDI Top Pay. 121 PETS
p.m. $16,707 to $59,148 Now hir MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
Fr.. credit check UNCLE ROY'SMOBILE THREE BEDROOM) 1'/. bath mobile homeon ing. Call JOB LINE 1518459.3611 per year. ext. 24th Ave., N.W., Suite 222 Norman RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
HOMES 9043518514. 9/10 shady. acre lot CH/A completely OK. 73069. 8/37 4tchg 9/17 MOVING MUST SELL pair S/S African
F3317 for Info. 24 hr. 9/3 3tpd 9/17 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
4tchg 10/ furnished. miles from Starke on coun- NEEDED 2 Consultants grays $650. S/S male double yellow THE TELEPHONE.
Image : training
14-FT WIDE mobile home,.$3500. Like road. No $290 month plus$100 head amazon talks $700. S/S female
try pett. available, excellent commissions, local MISCELLANEOUSPACK Classified deadline I. 11:00 a.m. priorto
1 BR. Can be seen on NW 40 St. on
new. umbrella
9647554. 9/10 2tchg cockatoo $300 Tame male
territory, flexible hours, part/full time. Thursday publication.
229 9648310. Itpd 9/10 .
or phone
9/17 Resume to Image, P.O. Box 14523 spectacled amazon $250. Cage Minimum charge 15 words for$3.50
TWO BEDROOM HOME furnished or Unfurnished Bradenton, Fl 34280. icon 87.363 RAT Buy tell and trade collectible available. 473-7685. 3tpd 8/27.9/10 then 15 cents for each word thereafter.
items and antiques. Used furniture,
In excellent location. $200
month plus $100 deposit 964-8704 glassware Jewelry and much more.
night a week See Cassandra, Bradford
after 5 p.m. weekday, anytime Telegraph Man., 9/14 4:30: p.m. It of Come tee for yourself. One mile east Day .Week or Long Term Stay Styling Center For Public
104 W. BROWNLEE ST. beginning Sept. 3 weekendt. Itchg 9/10 9/10 4732183.Keystone 3/5 Heights on Highway 100. Certified: Nursing Attt. Precision Styling For

and continuing. Dishes, linens, small TWO BEDROOM TRAILER Lost Valley WOMAN TO LIVE IN and do work In BROWN'S FLOORING tfnchg CPR Trained Staff "'81Women
appliances. 9/3 2tpd 9/10 Campground. 9645760. Itpd 9/10 small motel to do rooms and clean of VINYL SALES AND SERVICE CARPET Installation AND 24 Hr. Supervision Hot Meal. Perm' ft Hair Color
3 FAMILY YARD SALE Saturday and Sun TWO BEDROOM HOUSE CH/A carpet fice. 9647184. Itchg 9/10 !and All work
repairs. guaranteedand
day 9/12-13 9.5 p.m.. corner ol CR 225 quiet neighborhood, carport with CITY OF STARKI POLICE DEPARTMENT It
(Baylest Hwy) and NW 40th Ave Rainor storage fenced back yard. 1 yr. lease accepting applications for position of 4737933.priced 8tpd to 8/27.10/15 save you money SU EL's

thine. Clothing furniture, tools, required. 631 W. Francis St. Apply. Police Officer Must be Certified Police EXCHANGI pick of litter for AKC block Retirement Home & Hairstyling CenterAll
toy., and lots ol miscellaneous Itemt. 9648073. Itpd 9/10 Standards. Apply City Hall Merrill ft tan German Shepherd Stud Service.
HOUSE FOR RENT Ready to move Into Under One Roof
9648122. Itpd 9/10 Dees office. Itchg 9/10
FRIDAY SATURDAYs 3 families, crafts, completely remodeled, 2 BR, LR, large Itpd 910YARD
LICENSING only $195. Call
household Itemt. 16 N. toward prl.on.I.ft kitchen den and garage. 1 child max
17554040. North Florida Real Estate Rd. 32SHampton SUE LOTT WALKER
1 mile on 225. Itchg 9/10 imum. $350/month plus deposit College. 7130tfnEXPERIENCED SALES Fla. to4I4 82111gAmerica's
GIGANTIC MOVING SALE Dealer 9646714. Itpd 9/10
. welcome, everything cheap cart,
commission you can decide what you YARD CLEARANCE SALE prices low. Fri.
month $75 deposit Completelyunfurnished.
truck, furniture loots, guns, hundredsol plus. 9645882. Itchg 9/10 make. Send resume to SALESWOMAN ft Sat., Sept. 4 C 9, 8 a.m. 9 p.m. 5455
Itemt. Everything mutt go we are P.O. Drawer A, Stark., Fla. 32091. CR 352. Gatorbone Lake, Keystone.
moving. South ol Starke on 301, 6 miles RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month 8/20 TFchgHOMEMAKER5I Itpd 9/10

on left. We are at the fruit stand 1 mile and up.Call Susan F, Faulkner Broker- Kids In school? Need YARD SALI Fri. S Sat., S.pt. 4 ft 5, 9 I
South of Hwy. 18. All day Friday Satur Owner at 964.5069 or 964.4048 TF extra cash? Free kit and supplies. a.m. noon. 696 Hebron Ave., Park of
day and Sunday. Itchg 9/10 C A C MINI STORAGE Hwy. 301 South House of Lloyd. Call Iris at 964.2030 or the Palmt. Sofa bed kitchen ware.
YARD SALE clothes, toy., baby Items, 9648848. 6/11 tfnchg tee In person at lot A-29, Waldo Flea Itchg 9/10
household items, furniture, handmade OFFICE ON 301 Contact Ron Denmark Market. 8/27 TFchg 9 FAMILY SALE- Fri.ft Sat., Sept. 11 ft 12, 1'L
I Ii
country crafts and much more. Sat. at 964.5516.6/25 tfn HOMEMAKERS WANTEDI Top pay! 121 9 a.m.5 p.m. Furniture, dresser baby
9/12 9.2 p.m. 6 miles West onBrownl. HOUSE IN TOWN FOR RENT like new 24th Avenue, N.W.. Suite 222 Nor. bed etc. 2tpd 9/10-9/17
.. Rd., |lust before the Intersec- completely remodeled 2 BR Ig. kit- man OK. 73O69. 8/27 4tchg 9/17

"....tlqlo.t .ovl,., Hwy......Brownl....'" .",-.."'Rd.-""-,?chen..Jlvlna) room tlle bath, !family BRADFORD,COUNTY and surroundingarea ,
.64.7366. Itchg 9/10 : room, patio w/awning-garage?, curtain : Enjoy local full time or part-time
YARD SALEs Saturday 9/12, Sunday 9/13. ceiling font throughout. Nice work. Experience In teaching, church ACREAGELAND
8 a.m. til. 9/10 mile past hospital CR yard. Mutt tee to appreciate 1 child work or working with youth. We wont
230, follow tignt. Itpd 9/10 maximum. $350 per month plus the kind of people who usually do not FOR SALI 3 plus acre lot
SATURDAY corner ol 121 and 16, deposit 964.6714, Tom Porker. Itpd 9/3 answer ads 964-7604 Ask for Bob. 9/3 overlooking Ashley Lake Assumable
Ralford. Microwave, canoe, clothes, 14 FT. WIDE MOBILE HOME 2 BR, unfurnished 2tchg 910SECRETARIAL mortgage. Call 473.7640 evenings or
bed etc. 4311939. Itpd 9/10 In Waldo CH/A stove, HELP Must have ex weekends. 2tpd 9/3-9/10
SATURDAY ONLYi 8 to 5 p.m. Kitchen refrigerator washer/dryer hook-up. perience. Also computer experience LOT FOR SALE OR TRADI ON LAKE i iir
table and 4 choirs, large coffee table, No pett. $200 per month first last and helpful. Send resume to P.O. DrawerA MARCH acre, lakefront In Big Tree,
two 26" 3 speed bikes, many $100 security depotit. 4691509. 8/27 Starke, Fl 32091. 9/2 2tchg 9/10 6 mi. from KH, many oak trees, make
household Items. Rd. 100 South dirt 2tchg 9/3 offer or trade 305-886-0181. 2tchg
road by Dr. Mullins, 2nd mobile homeon FOUR BEDROOM 2 bath house, central 9/10-9/17
right look for signs. Itchg 9/10 heat and air. Appliances furnished. HOMES
FRIDAY A SATURDAY 9/11.12 from 8 371.6316 alter 5 p.m. or 377-8500. ext.
a.m. to 4 p.m. Corner of 16 A 2679 from 8 to 4:15 p.m. Itchg 9/3 FOR SALE
McMahon. Round table and chairs, MATHEWS REALTY
kerosene portable space heater golf PERSONALS
clubs baby clothes. Itpd 9/10 2 III. 1 IA with 3-car garage. Perfect for 441 W. Madison

THREE FAMILY SALE 501 S. Colley Rd., retired couple. Easy walking distanceto Starke R 32091
Saturday 8 a.m. tll. Furniture, boot 8 ALONE"? Call BRINGING PEOPLE new shopping center 29999. Call ., .." 1 1 1 I1
washer and lots ofmiscellaneous. TOGETHER! Starker most respected 964.5606.4/30 tin
motor automatic. 9/10 doting service since 1977. All ages Including PRICE REDUCED FOR QUICK SALI.3 BR. 2

SATURDAY 9/12 Itchg: Garage Sale BPW senior citizens BA brick veneer home with fireplaceand IB IBHlSnVLTlPLE them tern i Bfi Block

Club, corner Madison A Walnut S..., 9 18006484401. 4/2 tfn garage, on S acret. Beautiful ,
9/10 LOSER WANTED Lose up to 29 pounds home United Realty of Starke. Llsrl"
a.m. til 1 p.m. Itpd month. Doctor REALTOR SCNf'/Ce
Inches, cellulite 964-8447 or evenings 473-3627. NOW
recommended on TV. Free shipping.I've $59.500.712 tfnchg Jacksonville Multiple Listing/ Services Finest Income Tax Course

CAMPERS lost over 50 pounds myself I I ((612)) COUNTRY CLUB AREAl brick home, 3 BR, ONLY exclusive MLS agent tor this area Learning income taxes now could offer you moneymaking opportunities and

R.V.s. 6421915. lean 87-361 2 bath den, fireplace, garage, CH/A. save you money on your return at tax time.
TRAVEL TRAILERS $61.900.964.8809.8127 3tchg 9/10 WALK TO SCHOOL 3 IR, lBo, e Morning afternoon' evening classes 'Reasonable course fee
GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1.00 (U CH/A, $36.500.eBROOKERt .
Repair). Foreclosures, repos, tax delinquent 76 acret, 2 story e Classes begin 9/15/87 Held at one area location
22 FT. MOTORHOME Douglas Inside on Chevy and PyN T00 properties. Now selling your house, fenced pasture, creek roll- Send for more Information today or call nowl!

chassis, .self-contained nice area. Call 1-313-736-7373 Ext. H-FL-53 Ing land. OPEN HOUSE SEPTEMBER 1O. 7 P.M.
out. 6 cyl. Industrial engine, 3 speed. for current list. 24 hr 9/3 9/17
STARKIi, Large frame home on 20 .
after 964 N. Tompla Avenue Starko 964.8286
2950. 964-8503 4pm.
LARGE 2-STORY HOUSI, cottage, and Ac. with lots of tr_..
pecan tmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Contact our nearest off Ice.
8/27 4tpd 9/17 mmmmmmfmmmtmmmm
mobile home on approx. one acre epROVIDENCIi, stately oaks ,
AIRSTREAM 1961 26 ft., clean Inside, Large
within Starke city limits. Located at Intersection
n.w tires. $4.900 OBO. MUST SELL. of 100 and South WaterSt. greet your 3700 tq. ft. brick home, BLOCK
413.2252.itpd 9/10 Hwy. 2 private fish ponds, 135 Ac., approx. information I
and mobile home currently
Cottage 140 pecan trees. II Please send me free about your tax preparation course.
rented 60000. 964-3139. 9/3 2tpd
9/10 I Name I II'


"This Weeks Special" TIFFIN & OWENS, INC. PINESQUALITY I I City State_Zip I

Lie. Roal Estate Brok.r LIVINGSR Phone I
'85 14x60 $300. down $166. mo. L
964-5065 ...
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2BR Singlewide $300. down $136. mo. 121 lake Butler t

24x60 3BR/2BA Doublewide $500. down $216. mo. LET US (904)1,2) 496-2366& 3 Bedroom Homes ,- "T [ :N" "

RENT AND MANAGE Near Hospitals. Schools & State tt ':() ':a :

J I .
Big Selection of Reconditioned Mobile HomesAll YOUR ,RESIDENTIALOR Facilities "

Mobile Hornet Include: Delivery Set-Up Tax Tide'Home Owners Insurance Preference given to Long Term

Located on US 301 -1 Mile S. of Starke COMMERCIAL Rentals Consult Office. Unit 23 Saturday September 12 lOAM on.site

PROPERTIES Cable TV Kid' Playground ( Real Estate Sells at 11:30 AM )
964-4174 Basketball Court Paved Privet.Rd
3 Bedroom Home Furnishings and Equipment
Private Laundromat Full Time Main
445 West Pratt St. Starke FL
--"'- -"' -

D 0 0 (2J Elixson Wood Products Inc. This lovely estate type home rests comfortably on a full 1/2

acre of prime real estate In the heart of Starke. The lot Is 100" x2JX1'
C374-1443 or home : 485-1556)i R00lINOof Cypress Mulch and Pine BarkYou There are 1446 sq. ft of living area. Including 3 bedrooms. 1

REPAIRS 1/2 baths, living dining & family rooms central heat & air I

HOOPING LICENSE* P.CO05-O7O7 INSURED BONDED .. Pickup or We Deliver! car garage and twin size carport.

Personal Property To Be Sold


Paint & Body Shop Mlcrawsve Ovea.Color TV. Soft Ui must .Whirlpool wnfaer.*dryer.O.k Huldl.Old
David Lawson
I Red Heart Cypress Lumber English Chins. Dining set hr 4 :2 sets Bedroom Puraitare. 100, of dub. .Table Sew

[ Collision Work Free Estimates 964-6649 1i Wood Utho Bloctrte Motora. :20 .-. Lamp. Hllldlw/Mllnr. Dews

Cft 229 NW 28th St. 964.6133 ?>M Item Too Numerous to List
i TERMS oo Psnorad Property: Cub. plus 10*buyen premium. Terms en rest estate:

-- ---- tJ.000. deposit In certified funds dsy of.....-. alt n{ to. :30 ...,.. Financing: Assumsblemorlgigo
i- for 133000. 12 1/2* ""ed, 16 yrt,. 097. mortality. BO qualifying. no points" ,

no .heavy closing aces
: DIRECTIONS FROM JACKSONVILLE Go w tst on HO,then south on HWY 301 hi
.i and 3 BR Apt*. Now Available Pna :hid home on right)
Fill Dirt TopSoil Stark, go west on Pun St. to 445 W.__ __(_ _
Ve BXWPeBaBBW- -- 2 BR from $1 0-1274 plus utllHUs. BR from$200-$302 -

Large or Small Loads of Limerock! i Central heat/air and appliance Iumlshod M c'C.fPRQ.P: $ .TIES.: ,.n ,.
'1530 Wast Madison St. or call 944-431J

Tractor Work Backhoe Bulfdozer:,* I Monday-Friday a.m. to 5 p.m. Equal Homing Opportunity .t1. U "tt'a.' iBt. :R'.cultQts. '"

964.6182.964.5823.964.6095 J@ 1739.03G:5; : ;of .1 ,I : / .4 ) /b :

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condition. 964.4238.9/3 TFchg $14.99 per month. Coll 964.6946, tfn zipper cream pink eye, purple tip, CO'S CHECK US OUT I Clean rental CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted -
1913 MERCURY MARQUIS IS vinyl, NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. blackeyes, more A.B. Whitehead Jr. AND WAREHOUSE SPACE homes tailored to your pay schedule to the Union County Times office .
I.oth.r Interior pr.mlum found Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Gr.at 964.5630 eves Itchg 9/10 Locot.d In Union County Times PINES SRI21 |lust south of SRI00 In In writing and paid In advance
system, elec. seats, excellent for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH GAS STOVE 36 Inch. $85.964.5684.9/10 building. Call for Information. Lake Sutler. Call 4962366. tfn/chg unless credit Is already establishedwith
transportation. $4,993. Can be flnoncd. 135 W. Coll St. 9646305. 2tchg 917SEVERAL 4962261. tfn. 3/21 this office
See at 135 W. Call St.. or call John ALICIA HAY new hay $25. Delivery ITEMS 17 ft. Gruman canoe, OFFICI AND WAREHOUSE SPACE THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT M HELD
964-6303. available All hay In barn. 7 miles Westof $300; gas weed-eater $75; 10-speed INSURANCEMAINES located In Union County Times Buildingat RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKE IN
mi CHEVY WAGON rebuilt engine, Storks on Rd. 16 Jimmy Gasklns. Schwinn mans bike $75; Amana ISO West Main. Call 496-2261 for CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
$500. 473-2253. Itpd 9/10 964.8356.8/27 TFchg microwave w/stand $150; also 3 FREE more Information. tfn THE TELEPHONE. .
1976 FORD LTDi loaded $1000. Good LIMEROCK FILL SAND TOP SOILi puppies.. 964.4574 anytime or 964-5580 INSURANCI AGENCY 25 E. CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN Nicely furnished Classified deadline I Is TUESDAY -
condition. 9647514. Itpd 9/10 7823172. Allen Taylor Lawtey. 8/27 TF after 5 p.m. Itpd 9/10 Main Street, Lake Butler, 496-3978. all electric, central heat and NOON prior to Thursday publication.
1966 FURY PLYMOUTH good running PIANO FOR SALE assume small monthly CRAPES U-Pick. Complete Insurance Service. 4/10 tfn air, private paved road laundry and Minimum charge 15 words for$3.30
condition. 71,000 mils 4 new tires, payment on modern style piano Ilk. Open daily 7 a.m. to 7 park playground. Near schools, hasp, then 15 cents for each word thereafter.CARSTRUCKS .
p.m Lilly Vineyard Florahome Cor
new battery. Inquire Rosha Beauty n.w condition. Can b. seen locally. al Farms Road. on state facilities PINES SR-121, east Lake -
6592121. 8/20
Shop 9647570. Itchg 9/10 Please call. Manager 1-904.785-9054. 9/24 6tchg HELP WANTED Butler. Call 4962366. Two children J
CADILLACS, MERCEDES PORSCHE etc.. 8/27 3tpd 910CALTRONICSs max. and no pets, chg/tfn 5/21
direct from government. Seized in drug ALICIA HAY Fresh cut $25 a roll. All BUSINESS OR OFFICE SPACE available on
Located next to Trailer hay under barn
raid. Available Save 7 miles from Stark.on m FOOD STORE-24 Main Street LB
your area Sol. 301 964-8212. Reconditioned In Lake Butler Is phone 4960077. tfn-B/6
$thousands$. 216-453-3000 ext. on color South TVs starting at $99.95 to 7823727.Hwy 16 64tfnAPPLIANCES toward prison. 964.6167 or now accepting applications forManager TWO BEDROOM, ONE BATH Apartment, Ii FORD PICKUP 23,000 miles. Toke uppayments t)
A4259. 9/10 2tpd 9/17 $164.95 both and consoles. Position. a must. furnished total electric $170 a month, 496-3253. tfnchg-B/27
1985 HONDA ACCORD 2 door. speed, work portables : Kenmore washer & dryer, Company benefits Experience on ex- plus $100 deposit. Call 4960077. 9/3 CLEAN CLEAN CLEAN Below
Repair at reasonable
rates $400; 15 cu. ft freezer $50 25 ft.
; cu. wholesale 1983 Cadillac Sedan
AC. $6900.496.2117.9/102tchg9/17 9/3 4tchg 9/24 perelnce plus bonus. Send Resume or tfn/chg.
NISSAN DATSUN 4x4t 1981. 4 speed, AC, CB FOR SALE Boss unit. President 240 PEAS FOR$75. 964.5263. Itchg 9/10 apply at sas office, 2200 E. Duval Devllle. One owner. 44,000 miles.
good tires, chrome wheels, good U-pIck or We-plck. Street, Lake City Fl. 32055. tfn/chg. White with burgundy velour Interior.
channels (with side bands) with newantenna
Ready by weekend 5 different kinds MOBILE HOMES
shape. $2900. 9648101. Itpd 9/10 6/4 $7,900. Call 496-2600. tfn/chg 9/3
coaxial and power supply. 964-6729 or 9646147. Itchg 9/10 1913 MONTE CARLO Excellent condition.
1967 OLDSMOBILE TORONADOt rare Priced to sell, 964.8651.9/3 2tchg 9/10 PART-TIME GAS ATTENDANTS EXPERIENCED FOR SALE
classic mechanically A.I. 4 new YORK WEIGHTS 350 Ibs. of cost Iron DELI COOKS now taking applications low mll.ag. 4800. Call 4963993.
radial., needs body work. First $1000 weighted heavy duty bench w/squat also experienced tire 9/10 2tchg. 9/17
cash R.A. Green 9647682. Itpd 9/10 rack Preacher curl bench attachments, BOATS repairer and oil changer. Apply at office 12'. 45' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom, 1 "
1955 T-BIRD CONVERTIBLEi body in good adjustable bock and strop for sit ups. of: Browns Inc., Stat. Road 1/2 bath, central heat and air. Must FOR SALE
shape, runs good will trade for car Extras, curl bar. 2 straight bars, 2-11 lb. BOORUM JET BOAT 18 ft., 460 c.l. Ford 121418 Worthington Springs Phone see to appreciate. 6000. Call
and small difference or 6000. Call dum bells, 2.10 Ib. dumb bells and 2 engine with chrome "good I..", drive- 496-2161. tfnchrg-9/3 4960071. tfn/chg. 3/19 -.
468.2911 or 468-1801 ask for Cindy or dumb bell bars. Bench Is In excellent on trailer Extra sharp Lt. CAREER OPPORTUNITY for sewing 1916 14x70 DEROSE mobile home, 3 STORAGE HOUSES Need extra storage
Keith. Itpd 9/10 condition. $275 cash. Reason for sale Is blue/metalflake. MUST SELL. Reducedto machine operators. Offer 2 weeks paid bedroom 2 bath, all electric' centralac space? We have 3x10' and 10x10 mini
1969 DODGE DART slant 6, $125. Also lack of space. 964.4037 during days $4,500.782.3660. TFjm vacation Insurance plan, 3 paid and h.at $14,200. Call 4962098. warehouses Hale and Associate
1977 Dodge 318 engine $500. 431-1568 and 964.4480 eves after 6 p.m. Keep 12 FT. FIBERGLASS Highlander trailer holidays and profit sharing. Experience 9/3.4tpd-9/24 4963939. tfnchrg-8/27
after 6 p.m. Itchg 9/10 trying. TFo| new seats, Eagle Sixty, One, Depth helpful but not necessary. We will SEVERAL TWO BEDROOM mobile homes
SEVERAL VEHICLES Ford wheel drive BY OWNER 1100 sq. ft. building excellent Finder, 7 hp motor good shape First train. Apply In person Lake Butler Apparel for sale or rent. Also lots for sale. Hale LAND FOR SALE ..
pickup; 1977 Chevrolet Comoro; 1970 business location. Days call $650. 964.8101. Itpd 9/10 tfn.813IULLDOZER and Associates 4963939. tfnchrg 9/3
KarmonnGhla. Raymond Hunt 964-7024 eves 4851316. 9/3 2tchg OPERATORS some experience
964.5356.Itpd 910ANIMALS 9/10 necessary Call 496.2098 1.3.5 ACRE LOTS OR LARGER New River
GRAPES Longneckers farm, Earleton, REAL ESTATE 9/3.4tpd-9/24 Plantation on SR-IOO Pine Tree Estates
& PETS Lake Santa Fe. Mandav.Thurl., 7.301p.m. OUT OF AREA FULLTIME (MALE) Start $5 an hour. Also REPAIRSSALESANTENNA on SR-18 n.or WS, Pine Tree Estates onUS
part-time opening. Call 496-3714 -301' near Stark.. Low down
FOR SALE .; Frl-Sat. 7:30.6: p.m. Farm payment
468.2483; home 475.II 51 ; home 496-3698, evenings.. Itchg. 9/10 TOWERS repair and sale, also owner financing. Hal. and
ROTTWEILER PUPS AKCt $273 each 4732702. 9/10 3tchg 9/24 WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA lakefront satellite repair and service. Call Don Associates 496-3939 tfnchrg 9/3
Champion bloodlines, 9644238. 8/13 SEVERAL ITEMS Sears logger $35; doghouse A-frame, 2 BR, bath satellite, dock Wllkerson at 496.2282 for free
tfnchg % $15; 2 yr. registered Dachshund furnished 44500. Contact Ralph Crisp estimate. 8/27-3tchrg-9/10 JUST OFP HWY 121, Approximately 2
THREE GELDINGS 4.6 yrs old. All are $25 (requires fenced area). Also 36" Realty Andrews,, N.C. BOO.438.8621 or SEPTIC TANK SERVICEBRINCE -acres 496.3814.8/13---- 4tchg 9/3
gentle and good for beginning riders aluminum cross-buck screen door Murphy NC 800-438-7715. fcan 87.362
496.2093.9/10 9/17 w/sliding glass $25. 9646187. Itchg ---
5 9/17 4 ALUMINUM MACS 5 lugs. 14 Inch. TANK SERVICE Septic tanks, drain
p.m. 9/102tpd fields, lift stations, light poles and
$195 best offer 9647078. 9/10
or Itchg
AKC BOXER female, .
born 18. $195.
July wells. (Package Deal). Call 273-2268 or L s
9647078. Itchg 9/10 275-2197.9/3 13tpd. 11/26
CANARIES 1 pair with cage and stand
$50. Male is deep orange other 1L LV
females $15 each 964-7840 Stark. CHAMBLBB'S Train to be a _
9/3 2fpd 9/10 'yrY
John Reddish 964-6563 after 5
p.m 4 ; F ) t SALE I
911041pd 10/1 4 I I -,
z sOld
NOTICE OF SALE Mart 10..11) iuii-lunwp.rbuum. repair). Delinquent tax property
Notice Is hereby glv.n that under MOVING Train IIn Ilve,xirline mmputcrs. Repossessions. Call 1(805)687-6000( ) ,
and by virtue of Part IV of Chapter THROUGHOUT lI"no study and r..ldonl.r..lnlnll.1nan Ext. GH-1136 for current repo list.
S3, F.S., a. Self-Storage Facility Act _
that the undersigned will sell for SOUTHEAST placement aMklsnca Naliinalhradquarlrn .. -
cash to the highest bidder at the corner COMPLETE .LIKhlbll".l'oJnl, FLA.CT LAKE BUTLER Reduced for quick sale. 3 Fashioned Beef Stew provides good nutrition and is easy to
of Laura and Water Streets, TEAR DOWN I BR, 2 BA, CH&A Large lot, only $41,500 make.
Starke, Florida at 1:00 on the SETUP Travel School $38,000. Mathews Realty 964-4469.
27th day of September p.m.197, the ACCREDITED MEMBER N H S C 2/5tfn An easy to make"comfort food" for guests or family is Old Fashioned

contents of Unit 14, belonging to VIVIAN 137112121INSURED ( ''DO AWE IC : / e F 1 Beef Stew. It simmers for an hour and a half in flavorful Franco-
SHAFER containing personaland American beef gravy with garlic thyme and hearty vegetables. Each I
household goods. tr..rt serving is also a good source of potassium. vitamin A and providesmore
1;..;. Allen's Attic -- Eunice's Tractor Service than 50 percent of the U.S. RDA of protein. If you want to cut down
Self-Service Storage on fat omit the bacon and brown the beef in a teflon pan.
P.O. Box 656 Disking

Keystone 9/10 Ht.,2tchg Fla. 32656 9/17 FOR RENT Mowing 964-8230: *Blo
1200 Ft. Fill Dirt Buy or Haul livestock to Market 'Urn Rock 4 slices bacon
Sq. Bldg. 11/2 pounds beef for stew, cut into 1-inch chunks
Ideal for Repair Shop 2 cans ((1O 1/4 ounces each) Franco-American Beef Gravy

Roberts $200 per monthAt Opening Late September 2 large cloves garlic, minced
1/4 teaspoon dried thyme leaves, crushed
Real Estate Rear of
Forest Park Apartments 1/8 teaspoon pepper
.986 N. Temple Ave Mosley Tire Co. 1/2 pound small whole onions (about 30))

Starke, FL 32091 On US 301 South Attractive 1&2 BR/1 B Apts., range, .f 2 cups sliced mushrooms

((904) 964-6262 See Lynn at refrigerator, carpet, cent heat & air, 1 cup Hot sliced cooked carrots noodles or mashed potatoes

Lynn's Body Shopor patio and laundry. Rents from $180. Chopped fresh parsley for garnish

28 ACRE FARM call McDougo.lt $220. min. 775 NE 1st St. Lake Butler 1. In 5-quart Dutch oven over medium heat, cook bacon until

Comfortable 2BR Home 1.904.786.8989 For information/application: crisp. Remove bacon to paper towel to drain; crumble: and set

w/fireplace. CH/A. Barn I& Tropical Property Management, inc. aside. Spoon off all but 2 tablespoons drippings.
1021 NW 40th Dr. Gainesville Fl 32605 2. In hotdrippings over medium heat,brown beef,a few piecesat
Outbuildings fenced & cross
a time. With slotted spoon remove beef to bowl.
fenced 10 acres in ((904)372-8327) E.H.O. 3. In drippings, stir gravy garlic, thyme and pepper. Return

producing Pecan trees Commercial beef to Dutch oven.
balance In Improved pasture. 4. Reduce heat to low. Cover; simmer 30 minutes. Stir in
LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTSNow onions, mushrooms, carrots and bacon. Cover; simmer 1 hour
Excellent Location 4 miles Buildingin
more or until beef and vegetables are fork-tender.
from Starke. Starke taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units. These all- G. Serve over noodles or potatoes. Garnish with parsley.

electric units are spacious with lots of closet space and all have Makes about 6 cups or 6 servings.eeeee.eeee.ee.eeeeeeeee.eeeee..ee..

2BR, 1 BA, CH&A Block 1725 sq. ft. wall-to-wall carpeting, draperies and kitchen appliances. On- .
Home in Town. $36,000.00 site laundry facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified

5 Acres of Land on ForsythRd. 9648629after For application and Information

PRICED TO SELL! 6:30: pm Please see us at @ 3 ,
1005 SW 6th Street w, .4 y

Lake Butler, FL 32054 sevwNew.e
i Or Call 496-3141 apOel.xptj
f t I

Durrance Pump & SupplyU.S. ,.

301 North, 864 N. Temple Ave., Starke a :H ; : '; : i.J [ t/f-ftfj/:: : : .New Home .Windows

*Pumps 'Plumbing "Well Drilling, _. EXPERTADYICECarports .Painting
t New RoarSJstemebN
MacClean Water Conditioners .f.;;' ALL OF YOUR"BUILDING Cut Brick or .Pool Enclosures

For Sale or Rent TO470olTHE ,,,,-, : Sion Work Vinyl Siding'

NEEDS Call Today! '
t- .-.-
reel1 -.. The popularity of Oriental cuisine has prompted many American cooksto
experiment with Eastern methods of food preparation. This easy-to-flx
HOMES BEAUTIFULOF It B Stir Fry Chicken is a healthy addition to your diet because it's seasoned
i NORTH FLORIDA with NoSalt salt alternative. NoSalt provides flavor without the additionof
215 E. Oil. NrNisi c w i ) OMN sodium, a plus since many people have been advised to reduce their
F NEWLY REMODELED Stale .)1 # 77 sodium intake by their doctors. Thin dish also combine a hint of garlic,

.. ginger and the subtle taste of sweet sherry to create a unique yet distinc
tively Oriental meal..


Cycle Repair Parts 1.1/4 pounds chicken breasts,boned,skinned and cut into trips
Accessories/ 1 bunch scallions) cut in 1-inch pieces -

US 301 N. Starke I egg white
L1i r I teaspoon cornstarch

MT 90-16 MAXON I tablespoon sweet sherry '
I clove garlic, minced ,
$49.50 Full Face Helmets 1/2 to 3/4 teaspoon ground ginger .,

Id I $39.95 1/4 teaspoon NoSalt salt alternative
Bungle Nets OPEN: TUES-SAT. Dash ground red pepper '

$3.99 ea. 15 YRS. EXPERIENCE 2 tablespoons peanut oil
,Snell Approved

Full Face Helmets BATTERIES In non-metallic bowl, combine all ingredients except oiL Let
Bungle Cords 12N12A4A1 12N143A stand 15 minutes. In wok or large skillet, heat oil ort high untilit
"** ..t .99g ea. $34.00 $26.95 $29.95 ripples. Add chicken mixture all at once and stir fry over high
Walnut Street "W" 0 heat until chicken is done, about 4 minute. Garnish with pea
from office Starke V I GO repairs on cycles tATVtTuneUps ,.
cross post Foam Grips Flat Shields Oil Filters pods, serve over rice.
Makes. 4 servings.
$2.95 asset 32.50.. $1.95 Sodium: 74 rrg per serving (without rice) 1
FOR RENT by the night week or month. Calories: 178 per serving (without rice)


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September 10,1187 SECTION fg-ll

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Alderman ..""'" .. .
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from page 1 .

tion into account but could not X'V
overlook what Alderman had done.
The judge said it had not been an
easy decision for him but he chose
not to incarcerate Alderman but to
"hurt him where he hurt most". ft
The total restitution of$115,000 as
well as the fine and fee must be paid
not later than the third year of
Alderman's probation, according to
Judge Fagan.
Attorney Hardy said Alderman
"loved the land too much" that his i -
continuance of a family practice -
buying tax deeds, got out of hand _H _
and he (Alderman) couldn't quit.
Alderman said he regretted put-
I ting his family, friends and com-
munity through this and just wantedto -t
put it all behind him. I-


$UP TOo 30 days left 1.9%

FinalsThe CASH BACK! to clear out $350-CALAIS Financing

following defendants appeared -

Pierce in before Bradford Judge County George Traffic H. $300- SPRINT, all 37s in $700-CUTLASS

Criminal Court Sept.8. '
Lee J.Nugent pled no contest driv- $700 SIERRA

ing( while); produced license valid suspendedDWLS license, $300 NOVA. stock and
$700 DELTA -
fined$101.25. 88
Talmadge L. Pressley pled guilty $350 CAMARO
DWLS; fined$101.25.
Pressley pled guity failed to report $350 BERETTA ,$350 CUSTOM
unattended vehicle; dismissed.
Angela L. Cohens charged with no
valid driver's license (NVDL); $50 $600 CAVALIER make%
court costs. room
Robert B. Nugent pled no contest $700 CELEBRITY $1000 on all
improper tag; $50 court costs. '
Randy Crawford pled guilty ex- $350- CAPRICE 98's In stock
pired tag mobile home; produced '
valid tag, $55 court costs. forte 88s
David E. Cane pled guilty expiredtag
mobile home; produced valid
tag, dismissed.E. .
.Z.Lee pled guilty no tag mobile
home; continue 30 days for disposition. -

Jonnie L. Alexander pled guilty;
DWLS; continue 30 days for disposition. -

Shelia. C Bates pled not guilty That's why we want you toWRITEYQUROWNDEAL.

NVDL; produced valid license,
dismissed by state attorney.
Bates pled guilty no tag; $55 court

costs.Bates pled guilty careless driving;
fined$52.Karogera.. f.
!..Randall pled guilty ..
careless driving; fined$52.
Donald F. Schneble charged with
driving under the influence (DUD,
pled guilty wilful-wanton reckless
driving; fined$185.
William L. Steward pled no con-
test DUI; fined $362, license
suspended six months,50 hours com-
munity work, attend DUI school,
Salvation Army supervision 'one
pled no contest failed to
sign citation; dimissed. *4Tfek I
General S. Forman pled guilty
allowing unauthorized person to m J
drive; fined$153.75,Salvation Army -
supervision until fine paid then court Vernon ReddishJack Coleman Lorna Reddisn Tom Smith Mack McClendon
probation six months.
Pete Hodge pled no contest no tag;

ed fined$101.25.$101.25.Hodge pled. no contest DWLS; fin- We will not refuse any reasonable.offer .

Philip H.Reagan pled guilty DUI;
fined $1,150, license suspended ten
years,ten days in jail,Salvation Ar- in :
my supervision one year, attend on any new car our inventory
DUI school. .
Reagan charged with leaving the )
scene of accident; case not pro-
Reagan pled no contest careless
driving; fined$52.Misdemeanor.

Court 1987 Olds Delta 88'J

Charles Lester Boyer pled no con-
test resisting arrest without
violence; Salvation Army supervision -
one yar,attend alcohol therapyat
Bradford Union Guidance Clinic
(BUGC),$55 court costs. Beretta GT Coupe '
Theodore J. Foray, Jr. pled no
contest possession alligator or -- ----. -
parts; fined$101.25. --
Lucy L.Brightwell(Sheehan)pledno
court contest costs.disorderly- conduct; $150 HT 1988 BERETTA] GT

Kenneth Martin pled no contest

trespass Kathleen; $55 P.court Rochelle costs.pled guilty 5 models to select from

battery; resitution obtained by
Salvation Army supervision,no con-
tact with victim, attend BUGC for 6 to select from from
alcohol treatment.
Anthony D. French pled guilty
petit theft; six months court proba- from
tion, violate no laws, seek employ-,
ment,$55 court costs.
Bernard Beard pled no contest
battery; $55 court costs, 20 hours 9555
community work under Salvation
Army supervison.
Paul Rodgers pled no contest bat-
tery; $125 court costs, one year $13,639
Salvation Army supervision, COn-I
tinue counseling BUGC.
Morgan Bradley pled no contest
criminal mischief; $55 court costs,
make restitution$100,25 hours com-

munity work, complete program at .--- .- - - -
Bridge House, Salvation Army h
supervision.Michael .
Wayne Starling pled guilty -- ;
battery; fined $305, restitution -
$168.68,100 hours community work,
stay away from victim, violate no
laws. QR1AN WELLS 1,1
General Stephen Forman pled no
contest possession of cannabis, ,t
possession of drug paraphernalia;
$55 court costs,35 hours communitywork. ..
Chevrolet OldsmobileU.S.
: :: .

301 North Gainesville 372-0103 Starke 964-7500 Jax' 2824522f

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Page 12 8SECTIONSeptember10,19s7

Starke comes out of Great Depression from page 2

Gene Long, "going to business Florida National Guard Camp,from The Clay County site cost$100,000, noticed, compared to the enormityof and Horace E. Atkinson were the of change,and yet,the people seem-
college." 'its location at Camp Foster,between with Duval County Air Base Authority events to follow in rapid succession first of many that would go from ed strangely unaware of the im
George Silcox, "going to the Orange Park: and Jacksonville, on picking up the tab. Bradford County, to follow their na mediate future.
Coco-Cola Bottling Works.' the St. Johns River. Camp Foster The event, which was to change Two young, men from Brooker tion's flag Some would not return.At The acquisition of land and the
Was it Burns who said "The best would become the present Naval"V Air lives of everyone in Bradford County joined the U.S. Marines on the end of 1939, Starke and building of Camp Blanding will be
laid plans of mice and men oft go Station. ,and surrounding areas,was little. December I,1939.Albert Lee Crosby Bradford County"were on the brink reviewed in a subsequent article. I

astray?" It. ______. ___ _____u H______-___._. .. --- :
The Fourth of July celebration In
1939 was a day to remember, with .. -. -.. .. '. .. .FALLCK Fi= ;
3,000 people attending a free URi : : *

barbecue, held at the newly built .. _. . ._ .. .
farmer's market on north Temple
Avenue, its present location. Local
merchants furnished 1,500 pounds of
pork and other meats for the occa
sion, with fireworks in the evening

PO history..
The Starke post office, which had
moved several times over the years,
began looking for a site to be punchased
by the Post Office Department GREAT SAVINGS!
and decided on the property. l /
on which Koch's: Drug Store is now SUPER VALUES!
located. The owner's, Judge E.K. r
Perryman and the Masonic Lodge,
didn't want to sell, so condemnation 1
proceedings were instituted. The SALE ENDS SAT 12th

Post Office Department won the
suit, with $4,100 being awarded the
two owners. An additional parcel AJi"McCUu.DCH I .
would cost $4,000, bringing the total Limit 10 boxes per customer? p/ ..
cost to $8,100 for enough land on MAKE YARD CLEAN-UP ".
which build. ,
The Post Office Department A BREEZEi' M'::: '
decided it didn't want the property,
after winning the suit,and bought its
present location for $5,800. The 1. "r. SPECIAL I
lower cost being the determiningfactor ELECTRIC 8S'' ... i
according to The Telegraph.
Construction of the present buildingwas ,.ttt5;! 2 : $3 98Bj'OjgrV
begun in July, 1940, and the .....,.". f: OUAIINMASe
building was occupied in the latter magneIIo molal' 3t1'nozzle
part of the year. Prior to moving into High velocllv 68r
RIFLE Hollow poln'tlfX22LRH $1 1
its new building the post office was
located in the building now occupiedby "
22 caliber '
Mitchell's Drug Store. WILDCAT 50 box VtfWVV22LR
per 98 .
A Crooked 301.. ..r., ,i' Kwrn.'Prises

In those days, US-301 did not run Include discount customer -
through town as it now does.
Coming from the south, the
highway followed Walnut St. from
"Peggy's rail crossing," to Call St., rI FIELD FENCE ,
where it turned left (west) to Tem ''I I I I/ 10 ge top and bottom wires '
pie Ave., turned right, to the north. i Type I galvanizing Ihll
Temple Ave. dead-ended at Call St. !111IJIIIIII 32",39-, 4r heights I i
Semi-tractors and trailers made 939-6.12Ya mil'' ? f t I
their debut in the 1930's, and citrus II !

fruit water-front. began terminals to move by in Jackson-truck to 1111111111111 I IIII il/11/ I")'" < 1047-6-12Va, 74 y( '71I 1I

ville, there to be loaded on ships for Ku, .a:. r 1
the northern markets. Area farmers 1 : I ELECTRIC2i' r,a
and truck owners hauled fertilizerand FENCE WIRE
seed potatoes from Jackson- 16" POWER MAC 605 $9'RR8a 17gauge Holdlp $11588i _
ville, with all tonnage passed galvanizing for a long troublemmoa ,
through the center of town, on Call 101235/ fnBfaf free Ilia after Installation 9 OO I
and Walnut Streets. All vegetables ''j, 1, I r
produced in Brooker, Worthington 20" POWER MAC I 610 S28600 BARBED
Springs, Santa Fe and LaCrosse &, y ,
areas, shipped by truck, also passed' HMensileS Four point barbs IS'/iga 1 I i,
through downtown Starke.In -. I e Reverse twist Class I I
Raiford to .
SR-121 from
1938. galvanized lor longer lite4Q88 '! -
Macclenny was paved, divertingsome Ruggttd steel
trucks from the Starke route. O : tray prom round. 16' $2644 $- r: ,M ti. '
US-301 was a narrow two-lane ce- aa. \
ment road above Maxville,with expansion Garden ? pneumallcUre ... }'"'':P A -
joints that rattled your Gofd'u i 6 CU FT $5288ALLftJIIPOSE t ; + 'r I
bones. I
I I '
New Ways... ,..r 1 : f. +;
::r t:
On September, 1939, all Florida .3
drivers were required to obtain 10-10-10 ,,,,,, t /
drivers licenses from the county uwiuiQARDQeFERTILf1EA ,
judge's office, at a cost of 50 cents CJ
for PLANT FOOD Aee mp1y r.,
for regular license,and$1 -
1? s : ". R qulr d
feur's license There were a numberof a I''
questions to be answered, but no ye
driver's test. 5011200
In November, 1939, the newly
formed Florida Highway Patrol 10-10-10 STOP LIGHO"dude STUD
selected its first class of 34 trooper FERTILIZER \
candidates, and sent them into training -
J.P. (Jake) Roberts of Brooker, 25'% more plant food than 8-8-8 METAL POSTS
was in the first contingent. Mor nutrition for your grass or garden plants
Social Security, began in 1937,was Completely balancedSOIbbag r7'1' ELECTRIC e 6Vi'' studded
in its infancy,with one percent being *cord,plug and lill with clips' 8'studded
deducted from payrolls and matched .$3 9 0 chain. Rapld'al8ltb""aslg/ ar ted SQ9S FENCE t.ZSIbs! with clips
with a like amount by employers. Mr2yeare. ""ba not Included I 251bs
-- .
There was no deduction for '. POSTS
withholding income taxes, and the .
letters "IRS" meant nothing to the : 18 $ 98
average person. Income taxes were 2 12 Gal. ''III'Rebar a
due and payable at the end of the "
year, and only paid by the affluent. 21 %
There were probably not more thana Plastic Gas Can by 68jj o
dozen people in Bradford County
paying income taxes in 1939. Those
golden years of non-existent income: Gold Kist "GOTT 5.88 \ EACHDO'g
taxes for the average family were to
end during the war years,when con-
gress passed legislation for payroll Ration t Easy grip Handle, safety red color,
deduction, and lowered minimums full 6 yr. warranty ,
to a point that virtually everyone
shares in funding democracy. fSW taifT ir ;4 :
Unnoticed Event... 40lb E

In( September, the War Department u D Pp E TRAP
approved a 25,000 acre site in t.
Clay County for relocation of the .. '

I Secretarial Skills

Workshop Offered $6.50

I A Secretarial Skills Workshop for
city and county government i' ,
I I employees will be held on 15' $ 99 ,? Neoox{
September 23 at the Santa Fe Com-
munity College Starke: Center, owMM

The day long program (from 9 _. eoe
a.m. to 4 p.m.) ;wUl. cover time
management, professional appearance AMDROFmgANT
,grammar and vocabulary ikills V
and written communication skills. ,pnm.n ir*_tontjel ANIMAL HEALTH FLASHLIGHT
The registration fee of$25 Includes
lunch and materials.Registration is '. $ft69 Save money!No batter!**to H.adtiltslOP'Jlllghlwhvou
.' __ Comblotlc replace Heavy duty e Holds need It Lasts up to Th''hours
limited to 35 participants-
... charge Plugs Into eun
I Applications are available at the; - Effective Disease Protection rgsbrirproeyw Powerful
SFCC Starke Center. For more Information beam '
j call 9644382 or contac I. U.S. 301 N. $6.25 FUOToaooi ToaoaoaRL101 I\.
the Institute of Government. at .
395-5239. First A tort*

I Fall Roundup Farmers. Market Solo-Ject 7 98
i $ 98 $
.'n..... 124.1I e.
j TonightSSept.10 _. Starke i Protects dog from Distemper =-. =mro'.

Fall Roundup for ail Boy Scouts.I' $ 1.75 _
and Girl Scouts will be held tonight,
Thursday, Sept 10 in local Schools. w 71
Parents or guardians must attend I' _
with their son or daughterfnoede't0. 1- -- -' ..... .. ..'- ,, ...,-, "-, ._- .
sign i them up for scouting: EPRICES. i<< ; 'n 'i -:;..; ; .
I Boy Scout otar programs for I iIJ fEE) lZJ ERE :.i..It.
... ... i
j first graders (Tiger ia' through '0 yEXCELLENT -
high school(Explorers: C.1 w
I Girl Scouts stat with
kindergarten(Daisies) through high
school (Senior Scouts). US301
Roundup will start at 1:30 pni'or QUALITY. \ARMERS
will bT held _in cooperation bitch VALUESI
school 'parent's ,.(PTA. are PTQ). _. SUPER, undS
meetlngsI .


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