Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 17, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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cloudy skies, with possible thundershowers in the afternoons, Sport.. . . . .. .. . .IYI2A
becoming more likely by Sunday.
The weather should be a little cooler, with highs In the upper 80's e ra
and lows in the 60'$. There will be a new moon, Tuesday, Sept. 22. SECTION Bt 12 raga
Rainfall for A Sur. Catch . . . .1,48
tower 4.44 Inches the month, through Sept. 18.inches has been: Santa Fe Pun at Standing. . . . .2*
tower,, 2.31 Inches; New River Tower, 5.88 and Highlands No Moro Prlion. .. . . . ..71Tropical :

I I storm Dennis A r.a Deaths. . . . . .7B
remains far out In the Atlantic, with sustained -
winds of 40 mph, moving westward at 5 mph. No threat to Now Irish..5.5. The SweetestStrawbfcriies
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land at this time. A trough of low Is station'1' ,1 tht> .
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Carrlbean and into the Gulf of Mexico. ". Special olrmpi .12. 108th Year STARKE FLORIDA 21 Cent Copy

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A spectacular "Presentation of Colors", featuring six uniformed color American flag which will be raised on a 30-foot pole by a special crew of A spectacular sky diving exhibition will be staged by members of the
guard units, will open Bradford County's!90-minute Salute to the Constitu- eight National Guardsmen. Keystone Air Sports Club, who will make their drop trailed by an
tion at Bradford High stadium tonight (Thursday, Sept. 17) at 7:30: p.m. State Representative Chance Irvine of Orange Park will deliver an ad- American flag unfurled mid-air.
The color guards will enter the field to martial music, and remain in for- dress on the role of the Constitution in protecting the rights of American A mass Pledge of Allegiance to the Flail will precede the grand finale,
mation, preceded by an opening salute from a World War II vintage citizens. aerial fireworks display, which will : ude 200 mortar rounds com-
75mm Howitzer. One hundred and fifty singers in traditional robes, representing the memorating the Constitution's Bicentennial.Girl .
choirs of seven area churches, will enter in processional formation. Scouts will make an impressive presentation of individual stars,
Color Guard units participating in this spectacular show will be the Ar- Special music by chorale groups will be directed by Don Hardy. each representing( one! state in the Union, in order of their ratification of
my National Guard, the Air National 202 Civil Engineer Squadron, the Three sketches depicting George Washington,James Madison and Benjamin the constitution Boy Scouts will assist with concessions.
Howitzer Gun Crew of the Florida Military Academy (all from Camp Franklin, leaders In the writing of the Constitution at Philadelphiain _
Blandmg), the Revolutionary Historical Unit from St. Augustine, wear- 1787 and a dramatic chorale will be presented under the direction of Dr. The staging of this event will bring'together a greater number of groups
ing authentic American Revolution period costumes, the Junior ROTC April O'Connell, drama instructor at SFCC Starke Center. and individual participants than any celebration ever presented in
unit from Bradford High School, and the Post 56 American Legion. All The National Anthem will be sung by Alice Hudson of Starke who has Starke. It is expected that an overflowing stadium of spectators will join
units will be under the command of SFC Danny Brabham of Camp Stan appeared with the Jacksonville Opera Company in their production of world.in this tribute to the U.S. Constitution that is unique among nations of the

ding Headquarters. Puccini's "La Boheme". She has also presented concerts in the Starke,
Featured in the flag-raising ceremony will be a gigantic 10x20 Jacksonville and St. Augustine area. The production will be emceed by Susan C.Lee of radio station WPXE.

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Law is Passed


By Commission

the ordinance provides for liens to be
Buster Rahn
by filed against the property.
BCT Staff Writer There is some question as to the
County commissioners moved a legality of issuing tax certificatesfor
step nearer reality Sept. 9 by adopting delinquent assessments. If prohibited
Is much-touted ordinance to con- by law, then the ordinance
& I- .rg N trol disposal of solid waste. provides for special assessment
The new solid waste assessment liens to be placed on the property, to
1' ordinance will be felt by every resi- be collected upon sale of the proper-
dent in the county through
assessments on his home, or through ty.Theoretically, if liens continue to
higher rents paid to a landlord. The go unpaid for years, and with in-
county in the process of obtaining terest accruing each year, at some
inter-local agreements to assess city future time, liens may exceed the
a residents. value of the property.The .

ar County Attorney Reggie Flynn, ordinance provides for the
y; M explaining the proposed ordinanceto correction of errors in classifications
; v the 20-23 people in the audience, or other procedural errors by
said the assessment does not repre- county officials.
( sent an ad valorem tax, since that
: I type tax Is based on values.' This O'Neal Explains...
assessment Is based on households, Darrell O'Neal, director of solid

>oF ..' 4 _"''''' ..a..a n .buI"..,-I rma r amiothon......ntili a..t _steapiainedtlaneodforraieing -,
I -Constitution which generate solid waste,in Brad- $646,883 in the next fiscal year. I
Spectularf ford County. O'Neal said the county is I
As stated in an earlier issue of The operating its landfill on SR100Swithout
Telegraph, the ordinance Includes a permit,'pending the out-
11a- churches, civic clubs and fraternal come of a study by 13 counties which
BHS Band Director Buddy Ball leads a organizations. The only exception is have joined together in a consortiumto
big group of band members and singers, cemeteries. The commissioners feel find an acceptable solution to the
above. all members of the local community that taxes should cease upon deathof solid waste disposal problem. The
the taxpayer.The landfill may be allowed to continuefor
in a rousing rehearsal for their perfor- 3 more years, if monitoring wells
mance tonight during the Bicentennial fee schedule, in the resolution show no contamination in the ac-
( Celebration is the BHS stadium. supporting the solid waste quifer. If contamination is found,
: ( assessments is: costs will skyrocket, with no one

The students and faculty of Bradford Single family residences and venturing a guess as to the cost of '

Middle School held their own special mobile homes on land owned by the curtailing If there the is no damage.contamination, the I

celebration Wednesday, organized by taxpayer Land owners, $75 per with year.rental property cost of closing the landfill Is

history teacher Becky Jones, complete witha apartments and/or mobile home estimated by a Gainesville engineering -
visit by Ben Franklin (AdministratorRick parks, the number of units or spaces firm, to be $55,000 per acre, or

Ezell, middle right), a fly-over by times $75 per year. $1.1 million. fee
The resolution which sets the ,
Churches civic clubs and frater-
U.S. Navy F-18 fighters left-center), and a nal will fall into the according to classifications described
balloon release the students (bot- organizations for 25
big by above groups, at $75 per year. in the ordinance, provides
tom) who formed a gigantic "200" in Business firms generating less percent of the closing cost to be

celebration of the 200 ay 0 u: than 5 cubic yards per week,$150 per assessed each year, plus the cost of
the landfill for the
operating upcom-
Constitution. 0 O. year.
/ V Business firms generating bet ing fiscal year.
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.' <:P ween 5-10 cubic yards per week, $150 Funds collected for closing the
\ -' landfill will be set aside in a reserve
per year.
r Business firms generating in ex- account, to be available when need-

cess of 10 cubic yards per week, $600 ed. Commissioners are prohibitedby
law from using funds generatedby
,. ': :, per year.
tM ci .afr i 4f5 ,y y this ordinance for any purse
Collection Procedures... other than disposal of solid
The assessment may change from
"The Tax Collector shall bill and
year to year, depending on the cost
collect the annual disposal special of operations.
assessment so levied by the board in

the same manner as taxes are collected Champions of the Poor...
states the ordinance.The .
Several people from the audiencerose
tax collector is prohibitedfrom to address facets of the assessment -
accepting partial payments on ordinance, but no one expressed -
the assessment, however, discountsare doubt to its need.
allowed, the same as ad valorem The first speaker emphasized the
taxes paid before the end of impact on low Income residents,and
January. If the assessment Is paid suggested the commissioners might
after January, it Is subject to an in- contribute their salaries to lowering
terest charge.In the overall cost of the landfill opera-

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I Special Legislative Grant Being Sought. to Renovateby Building

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ted for approval to the State When the Rosenberg building was by committee member Buzzy Green cost. The city paid $60,000 for 'the of the possible grant through

Buster Rahn Legislature as line-items in the purchased earlier this year with to save the building, and Matthews' building. legislature.
BCT Staff Writer Secretary of State's budget. If approved funds from the downtown revitalization hopes that a grant might be secured, Since those two Sept. 1 meetings, i i Matthews as"iedtbe city council to
With the razing of the century old t these special projects are grant, the city council plannedto the committee voted 6-1 to recom- Matthews has confirmed his state- reconsider razing the building In the
Rosenberg building becoming Immi- eligible for non-matching funds withno raze the building for use as a park- mend to the city council that a three ment through contacts in the Division immediate future, and allow time to
nent, an effort to save the building, limit on the amount that can be Ing lot. year time limit be set to renovate the of Historical Resources.A letter apply for the two grants, the first, to
which is in the Call Street. Historic for, based on estimatedrehab When the Downtown Revitalization building. to Dasher by Walter S. Marder, architect request matching funds up to$15,000for
District is being made. costs. Committee met Sept. 1, Matthews for the Division of Historical inspection and study of the
Now it appears the Rosenberg Gene Matthews, a member of the told the committee a grant, Later that evening PlanCom (the Preservation, confirmed the building, and the legislative grant,
building may have a future, if grant Bradford County Board of Historical based on rehabilitation cost factors, name of grant coordinator UndaDaY'1 possibility of a nonmatchinglegislative for restoration.
funds can be secured to renovate it Trustees, told the city council Sept. might be available through the state corporation) officer Jim grant for the amount *'Mayor'venio; Silcox told Matthews -
within the coming year. At a special 10 the town of Callahan recently Division of Historical Preservationto Dasher told Starke commissionersthat necessary to complete renovation, the building isn't going to be
Sept. 10 city council meeting, com- received a $100,000 nonmatchinggrant renovate the Rosenberg Building. Matthews' information was in and of a smaller matching grant us- torn down any time soon, but stopped
missioners were given informationon under this program to move When the future of the Rosenberg error. The maximum renovation ed for planning. short of promising to leave the
of obtaining and restore an abandoned, frame building came before the committee grant available, Dasher said, is '
restoration possibility funds from a special railroad freight depot for use as a a motion to raze it died for lack $30,000 based on a formula that When if council again met Sept. (See Rosenberg..pjA)
10 Dasher admitted he was unaware
category of projects that are submit- local museum. of a second. After bearing an appeal allows 50 percent of the acquisition ,

I Starke Council Okays Its Own "Intel-local Agreement-to. Allow County to Assess Qty Residents I

me-h other inree.* Incorporated' Dosilbla losnes of monev'cv the llvaro-* 10 meet his' ueauiuieapaperwork. for t\i\DD Crossing 'fi-lUll.. ,.A.... The _second n ordinance H _n __ relates to
by Buster Rahn municipalities in the county disposal system. The first ordinance relates to the prohibiting parking on certain defined
Staff Writer A fee Is a charge for dumpIng sections of US-301 and SR-100.
BCT Lawtey. Brooker and Hampton, tipping closing of Jefferson St., between
The Starke city council voted to signed the form submitted by the solid waste material in the land -- Cherry and Thompson Streets,effectively Prohibited areas are: and
sign an Interiocal agreement county. Brooker, on advice of its at- fill, which attorney Brown feels the Ordinances Passed... closing the rail crossing on SR-100, between US-301
prepared by city attorney Terence torney, Roger Blinn, inserted a termination county might legally Impose at some' Jefferson St The west end of the Orange St.U&J01 St and
Brown, rather than the agreement clause, In its agreement. future time, providing it is not The council passed two ordinances closed street will be Incorporated Into between Pratt
by county attorney Reggie dlscrlmatory against city residents prepared by Attorney Brown. Slt-16.
the city parking tot being con-
prepared both main
Starke's version ot tne agreement only.Bradford. Mayor Vernon Silcox declared structed in connection with the Parking along
The Interlocal agreement will provides for a 5 year life, as opposedto county commissioners both ordinances to be on an Revitalization highways is being curtailed In order
allow the county to assess city 3 years in the other agreements, have set October 1 as the deadline emergency basis,. in order to ex- Downtown to provide left turn lanes at busy In-

residents for solid waste disposal on and also prohibits a tipping fee, for signing the agreement, In orderto pedite adoption, and preclude Parking Eliminated... (see Interiocal.*)
the same basis as county residents. which Is an extra charge to cover allow property appraiser Jimmy holding up projects related to both.

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. North I. ( n1'l'1'_____.assi:.nn .t\ut"n"7.. _w.....-......."........_, .S.- 4-Wri.-: --adcilllsVfoiA... -..-............. ...--- Count Y -Cna TWiT... ..........,_ -]R4. ... active Sept.88 I

9pting by Buster Rahn di'iance from the audience. out that the price bl gasoline went up: The additional tan will be maintenance and construction.Ben .
BCT Staff Writer When the motion was called for when the tax was imposed In Bradford distributed to incorporated
.-..... ..:- -- In a September 9 public hearing commissioners responded with a 5-0 County, but it also went up alike municipalities within the county in Holtzendorf ask commis
Miniature Diplomas... called for the purpose, BradfordCounty vote to adopt the ordinance, effective amount in adjoining Union accordance with interlocal sioners to consider a bond issue to
commissioners heard county September! : 1. IIMI8, agreements, giving them additional get all the roads paved in the near
Just arrived at Bradford High attorney Reggie Flynn read a pro- County even though Union County road. funds also. future,rather than continue the pre
School are the miniature diplomas posed ordinance to effectively raise Bradford County currently imposes did not impose the tax for another The new ordinance,which amendsthe sent policy of paving roads as funds
for the law graduate. the tax on gasoline by 2 cents per a 4 cents per gallon tax on year. Mosley thinks the price of former 4 cents per gallon tax, accrue. The commissioners agreedto
The diplomas may be picked up gallon, from 4 cents to six cents per gasoline, allowed by 1igglsTatWon gasoline will remain constant, ir- does not change provisions that ear- look into the proposal.The .
at the office of Mrs. Judy Brown, gallon. several years ago. Commission- regardless- of the additional". 2 cents mark funds generated by the tax to. ordinance shall be effectivefor
BBS registrar. There were no objections to the or- chairman Lawrence Mosley pointed fax: be spent only on secondary road 30 years.

Gator Boosters...

The Sept. 17 meeting of the Interlocol -
Starke Gator Quarterback Club has that Starke is eligible to apply for a will make a recommendation to the cut mower,to be operated by departcost of$6,500, said Welch
been cancelled because of the Bicentennial (from page 1A) $12,950 grant,to be used in preparingthe council regarding preparation of ment employees' has an_ .anticipated
celebration of the U.S. land management plan. In this management plans.
Constitution planned tonight at tersections, notably, SR-i and area, the North Florida Regional .Pat Welch, a director for the
Bradford High stadium Orange St., US-301 and Pratt, Planning Council will prepare land Recreation Department, asked the
Regular meetings of the Gator Washington and SR-16. management plans for the amountof council to purchase a lawn mower B & B Fabrics II
Quarterback Club will resume Sept. posed Attorney agreement Brown presented with the Police a pro- the grant. The city zoning officer for cutting playing fields. The wide-

24.AARP Benevolent Society to reimburse US 3O1 ((1/2 mile north of Starke)
to police officers for the one percent
being paid by them into the retirement Phone: 964-6651 Open: 9:30 am 7:00 pm
The monthly meeting of the fund,retroactive to 1986.Coun-
Bradford Chapter AARP is set at 1 cilmer. agreed to review the 37 page Fabrics &
p.m. today(Thursday,Sept. 17) in document, and put it on the agendain 2 FOR 1PIZZA Patterns Crafts MOREb
the Senior Citizen's Center on the a subsequent meeting.Fairgrounds .
corner of N. Grand and Georgia Arrived Merchandise I!
Streets in Starke, behind the county Annexed...
courthouse City Clerk Neil Tucker read a let-
from Jack Eckdahl, General
Class of 1937... Manager of the Bradford County New Threads 200 yd. spool
Fair Association, asking the city to
The Class of 1937 of Bradford annex the county fairgrounds,which All colors 4 spools/l.
High invites everyone to an open joins the north boundary of the city, -
house Saturday Sept. 19, from 11 on the east side of US-301. "'"" S
a.m. to S Club. at the Starke Golf& The council voted to annex the d. ); Ladies Jeans by Wrangler
Country to celebrate its 50th area into the incorporated city !ill"M ::3
class reunion. limits, and Instructed attorney .. ).
BHS Open House... Brown to draw the necessary 1O".12" 14"Pizza-Buy 1.get an exact duplicate FREEI : .M' Large size ladies blouses
Eat In or Take Out Only.Offer Expires! 9/30/87 $I4.98
An open house is set Tuesday,
Other Actions...
Sept. 22, at Bradford High School at 2
7:30 p.m. in the library. Clerk Tucker listed a number of ,, selection qf
Parents are welcome to attend equipment items owned by the city : m
and meet the instructors of their that are worn-out, obsolete or !1 i Christmas fabrics p4b
children and to learn more about surplus to the city's needs, and \fIi'iO-S IF i :.
the BHS program. sought them. permission to dispose of .

Council agreed for Tucker to M
Art Festival... dispose of the items in the legally 25% off "Simplicity Patterns" S
The Starke Festival of the Arts is prescribed manner, by advertisingfor
scheduled for October 24-25 on Jefferson bids. 25% off ALL FABRICS bo?

Street beside the Starke Clerk Tucker, advised the council 3braSK33! .3SiraTERWILLEGARS ;. ;;.;;+ 4o4o4o, 4oV..07..o ;+ .'!X..
Center of Santa Fe Community Col-
Applications are now being accepted -
for artist entries. Deadlinefor
artist applications is Aug.28.
Entertainment applications are
available now.
For information call Nancee /A1Th
Clark or Carol Brown at 395-5159 in
Gainesville or call the SFCC Starke _
Center at 964-5382.

Meals for Seniors... ( END

Bradford residents 60 years of
age and older may be eligible to SALEIBIiIm1If
receive a meal at no cost from the
Suwannee River Economic Council
(SREC) at 134 E.South Street,
SREC serves a nutritionally

Friday balanced except meal Monday holidays.through For more

information, call 9647894. 1987 F- 1 50jg

Humane_Society.:,.. __
The Bradford Humane Society
meets the first Thursday of each oo "
month at 7:30 p.m. in the First
Presbyterian Church, opposite the
hospital. atAina1t11A aSCE
New members welcome. .

Square Dance... ?

Plus Level square dance instruction NOTHINGDOWN I
is available each Tuesday in
the Kingsley Lake Civic Center
from 8-10 p.m..with Ken Perez !
caller. For additional information
call 9647955.

Upcoming... L ; 1987 RANGER

The following meetings are _
scheduled by local governmental
Bradford School Board 7 p.m. d x
Monday Sept. 21, the regular third .aa!a ., %r .rk row ,e1 at alai 899500

M .
Stark Council,Tuesday, Sept.
22, 7:30: p.m., the second and final
public hearing on the 87-88 budget. L
.Starke Zoning Board 7 p.m. w (
Thursday, Sept 24,in city hall. See __ : ; NOTHING
story in this edition about Belco __
Enterprises asking for business _
classification on Orange Street bet- 1987 TAURUS L-WAGON
Madison and Lafayette *
Streets. 3 to choose from DOWN
Starke Council 7:30 p.m. Sept.
29, workshop, to work on the Com- 1.90/0 r1
munity Development Block Grant ESCORT GT
for the revitalization of downtown.

24 mo. Ford financing j 0 9895


Nothing Down or

? .y 1987 TBMPQ 2 & 4 DR. 1.9% financing!

RACKET GL SPORT 5 to choose from -?----=

'15 eo REWARD For 899500;

Return. -

Pro Kennex. FORD CASH used Nothing Down or '< '-_ -
Coach Mike Sexton'sOffice rr 1
1.9% financing
at BHS964647O as down payment.

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Thursday .
135 W.Call every Street.Starke. 'I.. '''ooI'1ff'(; ;' t 1' "fJWi. ..n;\\11 f4"'m"r' .... .'ro', !.. "J. .) .. 'hi., ..I" "..,.;.:
Second claasi postage paid at -
Starke. Florida and additional -
mailing office: Motors
Postmaster Send addrea* Terwil1egar

changes toe Bradford County;.
Telegraph P.O.Drawer: .
Starke.FL 32091 473-FORD
964-720O 388-FORD
Subscription Rate: 371-1096 Keystone Hgts
in trade are 1ZOO per year. Starke. Gainesville Jacksonville
7.OOalx month State Road 21
Outside area;tiaOO per year 209 W. Madison .
$7.50 month .

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September 17,1t81 TELEGRAPH Page SA

nr Teacher Salaries InsuranceAre

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[ Y.
Bargaining' Blocks

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The administration and teacher cent from $15,300 in 86-87.
union are within $10,000 of agree. The board has offered a top salary
ment on the total amount of the 87-88 of $25,500 at 18 years of experience.
instructional salary package, but The union wants that salary,$25,200,
s r differ on whether top pay should be at 13 years. _
r reached in 13 or 18 yean. It would cost the school board 22
1 1 The educators have agreed on all percent more money in 89-90 school
items except salary and health insurance year to compress the salary
says Administrator Dewey schedule to 13 years, because too
McKinney, the bargaining agent for many teachers are in that range of
the school board. Next Bargaining experience. The school board cannot
session is set for 5 p.m. Tuesday, realistically expect a 22 per cent increase
in funds from the state in
Teachers got their first checks 88-89. McKinney points out.
Sept. 18 at the 88-87 rate. The 88-87 school year. was compressed -
The total salary package offered to 12 years.

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r --4"11_ '" '" "IJi"'Ui"'lft.P'' ]: '" 'oW T' :: ,""" '':- JJ/ ..4._ 'I McKinney by The $6,010.000 of the, McKinney says he did a survey of,
says. proposal 32 Florida
school districts
Improvement Award Goes to Revitalized Starke Plaza... Association union, the, Is Bradford for $6,020,000.Education"So, (counties), including small rural to

Shop owners, their employees and Starke Plaza developers Join In accepting the difference is minute,"McKinney metropolitan areas,and the average
Faulkner; scott: Ilinson. manager Scotty's: Tommy Andrew of points out. length of salary schedules .is 18.53
the Bradford Improvement Award for September from Susan Belco Enterprises, Inc., and David William of William Jewelry Not years (meaning it takes that long to
It is total
a instruction
Faulkner, center, the Awards Committee chairperson for the Chamber of represented: Community State Bank crease of about salary in- reach the top salary)., McKinney
Commerce. Guy Andrews said this week that Fabric King will open a 4.MO square $600,000, McKinney presented that survey at the Sept. 14
From the left Shawna Brown of Clark's Hallmark John Owens, says.A
: Shop; foot store In Starke Plaza around Oct. IS. A Tampa based bargaining session as evidence the
assistant manager at Wlnn-Dlxie; Guy Andrews of Belco Enterprises,the Fabric King hal 42 store In Florida. company beginning salary for new board proposal Is "entirely
developer of Starke Plaza; Kenny Chitty, owner of All-State Insurance; Three vacancies remain In Starke Plaza, one small one. teachers of $17,000 has been agreed reasonable and represents the
to by the board and: union, up 10 per. norm."


Belco Petitions Again For RezoningFor

Orange'-': Street Shopping Area ANTENNAS .' ,

Belco Enterprises intends to again where it intersects Orange Street. sPace for fhe city to Widen Orange
present its request to reclassify 2.36 Belco withdrew its petition July Street, in case it should choose to do
acres on the west side of Orange 16. before it reached the city commission AND POWER LINES

j Street for business purposes to the after the zoning board so.Belco plans a building 285 feet
I Starke Zoning Board at its 7 p.m. recommended 7-0 to deny the request down Orange Street and 60 feet deep
meeting next Thursday, Sept. 24, in for a business classification. to contain shops, each about 20 feet CAN BE A DEADLY MIX.
city hall. Zoning board members pointed to in- wide.
1 water retention ponds on
Belco owned by Tommy and Guy operative !
Andrews, wants to build a string of the west side of the Starke Plaza property Reno Rezoning.., $
and questioned how the waterrunoff .
commercial shops on Orange Street, An area encompassing just aboutall yrs "<'
from additional constructionin
currently zoned residential, across
the Reno section in northeast
from Winn-Dixie's The Marketplacein the area would be handled.
Starke is up for reclassification to
Starke Plaza. Guy Andrews says the ponds are RID, allowing both mobile and per-
George Huggins, who owns property now operating properly. manent homes in the same area
on the NW corner of Orange Area residents, from Lafayette from the current R1A and Rid
and Streets will ask for his
Lafayette Gardner classifications.The .
and South Streets, filled
: lot to be rezoned alsofrom residential
the hall
city protesting the noise of
i to business (B-2). Huggins' commercial activity and water area is irregular shaped with ..,.., .
former home, which recently burned .drainage. boundaries formed by Thomas .. ,. .. ..,.
/ adjoins the south end of the Belco Street, just south of SR-16, on the .. .... ,;< ,;'. '"..J'..,, -
t property. Tommy Andrews pointed out July south side to the city limits on the ,. .. ..I"\. < .,.. :. ,
The Belco petition also calls for 16 there is enough frontage north side. The railroad is the boun- "-' "

I he closing of part of South Street for the shops to allow 17 to 19 planned feet of dary on west side. '. :,":'h.)"r -...;,, j! .' .

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f Starke Council Buys Street Lights I

For Downtown Renovation "l {
i I Project r. j5' '

I by Buster Rahn Revitalization Project. Only 3.5 over to Bradford County, a procedure I..
RCT Staff Writer grants will be approved. Wise ex the state has followed in recent -
I Starke city council opened bids pects to have more information later years to reduce highway s
I and approved the purchase of 43 in the week, regarding Starke'srelative maintenance by DOT.In Ordinarily power lines are quite +
' lights to be installed on Call Street in standing in the competition. turning the road over to the harmless. But when you're putting up f "
county, DOT will include a grant of
its regular meeting Tuesday, Sept.
} 15. Parking Lot... $385,000 for. maintenance of the TV or CB antennas, keep them well ., t x
Tile city had agreed to purchase John Miller,. chairman of the highway..According: to information away from power lines. Because if j '" :
street lights at a prior meeting, Downtown Progress Committee, developed in the city council
when it became obvious grant told council that engineer Jim meeting, county commissioners are an antenna touches a power line, the -
money could not be stretched to Robinson expects to have specifica- not interested in the offer at this combination could be deadly.

! cover essential items, including the tions for paving the Rosenberg lot by time. Always look Whether you're
lights. Friday, Sept. 18, and suggested a up.
I'' The original plans called for Installation substantial savings by having Columbia missioners City councilmen accept are the Insisting DOT com- flying kites, picking fruit or pruning i

j of lights costing $750 each, Paving do the work while since the city would receive proposal trees, or doing any activity that puts
but the city balked at the figure,call- their equipment is on site.
' ing for alternate specifications and Councilman Travis Woods said the approximately $140,000 as its pro- you in possible contact with overhead '
rata share for Call St., that part of
bids. Two firms Hughes Supply Co city has no responsibility to fund the SR-230 within the city limits, enabl- lines. Don't be a victim of your own
and McGarity Agency, submittedbids additional parking area, even I
ing the city to supplement the
each offering multiple choices. though the project calls for 74-75 Downtown Revitalization Project. carelessness. _
The council reviewed the five parking spaces, and grant funds Silcox said "Starke i. 3
Mayor is partof
have all been committed.The :
choices and voted to purchase 43
Bradford County,and a good look-
: lights from Hughes Supply Co., additional paving can be done
ing main street is important to both
I costing $597 each, for a total of by a change-order signed by Mayor the county and the city." I=P. r r'
i $25,671. The pole is 10 feet tall, 4 inches Silcox, eliminating the bidding process Mayor Silcox said the city will
offered but funding is still in the :
in diameter. McGarity up air.
beautify the east end of call street,
lights for $550 and $593, but each As a last resort, the project can fund
on which are built some of the finest
J light was mounted on a 3.5 inch the paving by transferring an homes in town.Members C's ,. +y
estimated from the 4
diameter pole. $10,000 landscaping -
of the city council: expressed
" The decision was made to pur- budget. a hope the county commis-
' chase the larger diameter pole, with
sioners will .nove quickly to acceptthe
\ the expectation that it is the strongerof SR-230 Repaving... DOT offer.

the two. In a recent meeting Bill Miller, _.._.. .._--
i Julie Wise, speaking for Grants spokesman for the Florida Depart-
Coordinator Linda Day, advised ment of Transportation (DOT), said
' council that nine applications have his agency is willing to put SR-230
c been made for grant funds in which (Call St. in the city limits) in first
j Starke is competing for Phase II class condition, from Orange St to p
i j money to complete the DowntownRosenberg. the county line, and turn the road a I aa _



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building for an uncommitted lengthof I

In the meantime, Matthews is OF PROPHECY INC.
searching for a practical use for the j j; Revival Center
building, which would strengthen I I
, the case for renovation, and working ;301 North 2138 N. T.mpl Av.. I I I
to get grant applications under way. I w.... 7 p.m. Sun., 3:3O p.m.
t The council, meeting Sept. 15, ---
j f again discussed the future of the .
Rosenberg building, but took no ac STARKE -


, Architect's Opinion... ,422 N. St. Clolr 964-5443 \ /
I Two architects, David Ferro, of Waiter f. Mont PastorWe
the Bureau of Historic Preservation,
to worship with us.
e Tallahassee, and Spiros Drivas of Invite Alt you.nd.d Nur..,, -COUPON a. -COUPON - COUPON - -COUPON a -' .

I Starke, a member of the American . . lOon I I : I
Institute of Architects, have given t ,Sund.ySrhool.Morning Wonh/p . -. lion : 10 Pc. BargainBucket 3 pc. Dinnerr 9 pc. Value Pack 15 pc. Bucket I
that the
opinions, after inspections, fvonlng Sorvlco . . *P"TlJOpm I I I
Rosenberg building can be . .
rehabilitated and used for public n yh 1 1 $2. 79 1 8.49 ,$8.99 :
V purposes.Both ;
architects the building
f agree 6.99 I I
i needs a complete new roof and floor i FREEEXPLORING I Get 3 pieces of the Colonel's Get 9 pieces of the Colonel's Get 15 pieces of the Colonels II
I I and complete interior renovation. I Original Recipe' or Extra ''I Original Recipe' Chicken or I Original Recipe" or ExtraCrispy"
' Both called attention to needed work Get 10 pieces of the Colonel'sOriginal Crispy" Chicken, mashed Extra Crispy' Chicken, large Chicken with this I

.'I on the NW corner of the building due pGOD'S WORD Recipe"Crispy" or extra potatoes and gravy,cole slaw and I mashed potatoes, large gravy, I coupon. Coupon good def
to settlement, but said this is a com- I Chicken, 4 BUTTERMILK I 1 biscuit with this coupon. large salad and 4 buttermilk biscuits combination white/dark s I
in of this HOME BIBLE STUDYThe BISCUITS with this with this and not be used with
mon occurrence buildings Coupon good only for combination coupon. Coupon may any
age. Drives, who inspected the Bible Court Is taught In your I coupon Coupon good only for I white/dark orders and may I good only for combination white/ I other special offers. Limit one per II
building Saturday Sept. 12, said the home free of charge. combination usedrk orders not be used with any other special dark orders and may not be used coupon. Customer pays an applicable -
brick in the building's approximately This II I a non-denominational study any I offers. Limit 4 per coupon. I with any other special offers. I sales tax. II
walls are in good other special offers. Limit one per Customer all
14-Inch bearing Customer all applicable pays
based what"thus saith the pays
Customer all applicable !- I
condition, and that mortar joints in coupon. pays I sales tax. sales I taxi.
NW are somewhat word of God. \ sales tax. r i III"
the corner
chalky,but not to the extent of being APOSTOLIC TRUTH U.P.C. ) I I" III 9
detrimentral. tj I.
782-3303 Offer..pI..10/1S/17.
As a possible use of the building Off.r.1 ...10/1S/C7 I O for. Drivas mentioned a history,arts endsciences Rev. Emmett BrightTo -saaam-----asses----wa ..--eats-ss s.II.
museum on the first floor schedule home bible "
with offices on the second floor, study or for additional Information :iiMStR; ACiSON-vrt:.! .t; lL" OA S. s,TAR M l7t LE'NN't '(;) INJSVJIf::: (Pif, 8 iNl.tE :EiE tft: .1IJtIJ.'." "f. ., .
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l' The Constitution Insures :

Freedom of the Press .


Perhaps no institution or individual is cessive bail under which a man is held : I t 1

more indebted to the Constitution thanis for a lengthy period awaiting trial. It

the newspaper profession, for its provided the dramatics of two attorneys

guarantee of the freedom of the press.It being disbarred for defending a client

who was unpopular with the court;

was not always thus.It another attorney, one of exceptional .

was not so in the year of 1735 a time prestige ignoring the rulings of the fi.1: '::: j ;"";:!Si.%.@ .: & ,. J I Il .\\ .I''
of ferment in the City of New York court and then turning directly over the .

where dissatisfaction with our heads of the court to the jury; and finally The signing of the U.S. Constitution in Philadelphia 1787
Country's British rulers of that time ran a jury bringing in a verdict almost in

high. Most colonists still considered direct contradiction to the instructions

themselves loyalists and sentiment to given it by the court. Furthermore the
No One Was Here Celebrate
secede from English rule or to declare zenger case established as no previousone to

independence was barely audible, if it had done the concept of truth as a

existed at all. defense againsf i libel. Signing of Constitution in 1787How

In the old City Hall in New York, later

to become the first Capitol of the United THE

States under the Constitution the trial
through a treaty relations between Spain American leaders in the mid-17808 had
be- TRIAL did the people in this area of
of John Peter Zenger, a printer, was Florida react to the signing of our Con- and the United States were cordial in 1787 come to believe there had to be a written
ing held. The presiding judges were appointees or stitution in Philadelphia on September 17, when the Constitution was signed. document because of their strong belief
of the very forces that Zengerwas 1787 The Spaniards had aided the Americansby the chief executive and legislators needed

accused of libeling, but trial by jury John Peter Zenger As a matter of fact there was very little defeating the British at Pensacola In to be controlled.: The framers of the Con-
stitution had determined that, to keep the
had been established in the colonies, reaction for the simple fact that there were 1779 and the Revolution helped them
in control of their
government no
the of o rNEirTORKl if white settlers at that time in East and people
and there was a hope that rulings few any regain the Florida single branch of governmentexecutive
notwithstanding a jury might PRINTER this interior area of Florida, which was West Florida had been the 14th and 15th legislative or judicial- should be allowedto
Judges still under Spanish rule. English colonies but there was little incen- .
other branches.It
not guilty.At be superior to
Win m.T'M AnjunwJ, Democracy and freedom unknown
issue was the right to publish is Important that the public unders-
PorPsy.Tt.o.na IV ii Mixo a LIBEL concepts in Florida at that time, and the
tand that the provision -
damaging statements particularlyabout .pin" Ike CarcimiKM, Constitution meant nothing to the Indians which establishes separation-of-powers the Independence
public officials. This right had not who inhabited this area then.
WITH of the branches, is a major part of the
been accepted in colonial America until TL Pi..e.,1',..v...... o..boiii Si-fcfc According to Bill Coker chairman of the system of checks and balances in the Constitution -
the historic trial of Zenger establishedone History Department at the University of that Is necessary to keep the people
of the basic rights of the American West Florida there were no such things in in control and thereby protect their in-

peopleFreedom of the Press. ...."' ._'....'..,11.........'..... c... Florida as freedom of the press freedomof dividual rights.The underlying purpose of
speech or even freedom of religion in these checks and balances Is still not well
Without such a right without such im- 1787. They simply did not exist. The law of tive to join the American Revolution. The understood by the public. It is, in fact
munity from there could be the land was whatever the Spanish king U.S. Constitution had a great Influence on more important today than it was at the
freedom frosecution.for what did it and his two military governors decreed. Europe. While King Ferdinand VII was time the Constitution was written becauseour
no 0 held captive in France by Napoleon in government is now much more involved -
Florida at that time divided into
was two
avail to be able to write the truth
a man territories.East Florida and West Florida. 1810 liberals back home drafted Spain's in our lives than it was 200 years ago.
about officials if he could be ar constitution based the American
public first on
Pensacola was the capital of West Florida Although this is the basic document
rested charged and jailed for libel? and included all land from about the pre- model.In under which we live, not many citizens

An excessive bail of 800 British sent location of Tallahassee extending 1812, Spaniards for the first time have read it completely or read an ex-
But most significant no previouscase westward to the Mississippi River and allowed the election of local officials, Including planation of its provisions and thought
pounds was set for Zenger, who was a north to the Ohio River although much of city councils in Pensacola and St. about how these provisions protect us and
made such a contribution to the
poor man and had no alternative to re- the territory was also claimed by the U.S. Augustine. Each town honored its new affect us in present day society. It is not a
maining in jail while awaiting trial. The right of freedom of the press. There Government, of which Florida was not yeta freedom by establishing a "Plaza de la document just for lawyers to use in court.It .
people of New York were stunned for could be no free press if governmental part. Constitucion" and a 30-foot monument is a document that the people must know

Zenger's arrest was totally illegal.Zenger's officials could have critics arrested if East Florida included that part of commemorating the document still standsin about. What does the Commerce Clause,
friends and supporters quickly their criticism were considered scan- present-day Florida from the Tallahasseearea St. Augustine's park. the Right to Religious Freedom, or the

obtained the services of Andrew dalous, if the truth of the criticism were east to the Atlantic Ocean. Its capital The town councils were revived in 1820 riti7 Right< nN to todav Free?Speech_mean. to individual
considered irrelevant and if the only was St. Augustine, with a population of after the Liberal Revolution forced Ferdi-
Hamilton, an outstanding member of Jefferson said, "If a nation expects to be
some 2,000 people. nand to reinstate the constitution. A year
the bar in Philadelphia and perhaps the issue in the libel case was whether the later Florida became a U.S. Territory. In ignorant and free... it expects what never
defendant was "guilty" of being the There was freedom of religion under the was and never will be." He continued
leading lawyer in the Colonies. 1845 it was admitted to the Union as a
Spanishas long as it was Roman
printer and publisher.The State.A expressing the view that there is no safe
Zenger himself was never called as Catholic. Some Protestants who came to deposit for our constitutional rights "but

witness and never uttered a word dur- Common Council of the City of Florida during the English occupation and New Way of Life with the people themselves; cor.can they
remained during Spanish rule were not "
with Constitution be safe with them without information
ing his entire trial.' It was a' battle of Began
New York honored Andrew Hamiltonfor allowed to build churches or worship in amendments
legal minds in which he was caught up his "learned and defenseof public. It is said that Protestant ministerin (Excerpts from the writings of Justice Our Constitution with its
generous is designed to assure maximum opportunity -
Ben F. Overton of the Florida Supreme
as defendant; actually, they were trying Mississippi got drunk and defied the
mankind. Indeed their
the rights of Court, and chairman of the Constitution for citizens to participate in
the Catholics the of
an issue or several of them not a paidhomage crown telling error Clearly the best to
posterity, which has so often their ways. The Spanish were lenient Bicentennial Commission of Florida:) government. way
For this he almostten honor this Constitution is to learn more
man. struggle,
to Zenger might give greater however placing him in the stocks until he Our Constitution created a whole new about it. Citizenship Day September 16,
months in jail, with severe personal recognition to the mastermind of the sobered up. way of looking at government not only in 1987, and Constitution Day September 17,

hardships to himself and to his family, case, who was not the defendant but his Trade at that time was by and for the this country but in the world. To make"! 1987, are not just two days to celebrate an
but emerged a hero in the community a learned counsel. Spanish crown but one Scottish trading sure that government and its officials were event.They really are just the beginning of
symbol of the right of subjects to stand company was permitted to operate in the controlled the authors of this document the final approval of the Bill of Rights on

and criticize governmental later in 1791 the first Floridas because of payoffs to Spanish of. established a separation-of-powers doctrine December 15, 1991. When this four-year
up Fifty-six years
creating "the delicate balance" in celebration period is finished, I hope a permanent
authorities, and a nevertobeforgottenfigure amendment guaranteeing the freedomof ficials. its system of checks and balances and the educational legacy will be
in early American history. the press was adopted and John Peter Although it would be many years before independence of the three branches of established with the citizens of this genera

The case of John Peter Zenger illustrates Zenger became its never to be forgotten the territorial disputes would be resolvedLetters government. tion to pass on to future generations.

the oppressive nature of ex- symbol.

-- J It to the Editor

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Rev. Patton Says Statement on Drug Violations in School MisunderstoodLetter

(A letter to the Suwannee County Democrat from Jim Cassini of Live Oak.)

to the Editor: alcohol/drugs on the middle school cam-

"We The People"Nowhere in our Chesapeake Bay by uncontrolled dum- On Sept. 10, I had the privilege of ad- pus. I also hope that the information con- Accidents Caused by
illustrious Constitution is there a more ping of pollutants. In addition the company dressing the Southside Elementary School tained in this letter demonstrates that Under-age Drivers
agreed'to the r''" Parent-Teacher Assn. The purpose of my alcohol/drug abuse is not a respector of Make Rates Go Higher
profound or more powerful or more cover address was to solicit support for the Brad- age. I know it is hard to believe but it is
significant phrase or message. Thereis groups' legal fees of J500.0< ford County Drug Free School Program.-- true that our 13-15 year old children are Editor Telegraph:

nothing.We the People can't achieveor We the being exposed to alcohol/drugs from a You know people complain about the
People can put an e .o the During the of I
course presentation of
my variety sources.
accomplish In America once a cost of auto insurance, wrecks etc., but
cataclysmic destruction Florida'svery
of stated that "last year there were over 30
determination has been agreed upon vulnerable delicate middle-school-age children Involved with Hopefully,by educating our children at a they let their under-age unlicensed
by this most powerful force, as was ecosystem whereby dear law enforcement officials for drug related young age about alcohol/drug abuse and children drive by themselves.
a lady of 80
pointed out In the Iran-Contra hear- matters." The accuracy of this statementwas by reinforcing that learning during their I know the patrol and police know about
years In Gulf( Hammock can once confirmed for Adell Mitchell and teenage years our children will find the this but they do nothing to stop it You see,
ings. We the People after becomingfed again drink clear pure water from her myself by Ricky Bennett of the Starke courage they need to "Say No To Drugs." I go to the trestle to fish a lot and I see
up with the overwhelmingly futile well to which she has been accustomed Police Dept.The purpose for the statementwas If you would like information about the these boys driving. I went to the Sampson
loss of life( brought the war or "Police for more than 60 years, now disrupted to stress to parents that drug educa- Drug Free School Program contact Adell Lake trestle the other day and I saw two
Action" in Vietnam to an endl by mining blasts doubt tion has to start at the elementary level. Mitchell 964-6758. boys in a truck by themselves. The one
no damaging Patton Starke
Unfortunately my statement was driving was so small he looked like he was
We the People will determine the the aquifer. Then too the ever present understood by some to mean that there standing up to drive.Don't .
threat of losing our precious Suwannee were over 30 drug-related matters on the the
outcome of the Iran-Contra hearings: parents know that this affects
who Is lying who is telling the truth. River by the destruction of thousandsof campus of Bradford Middle School. Lung AssociationAsks their accident insurance if these boys are

We the People will put an end to the acres of essential wetlandsfor the Let me'take this opportunity to set the Smoking Ban caught. Further, if they have an accident
sake sending phosphate to Ru..sia.and record straight. Last year (1986) there On Airline FlightsThe then it affects everybody's insurance by
futile bloody conflict now being
wagedabetted by the U.S. In the employment of a handful of were approximately 30 children ages 13-15 American Lung Association of making the rates go up.
workers. that were involved in drug-related mattersin Florida (ALAF) strongly supports Initiatives So come on, parents. Please don't allow
Nicaraguaby by the application of intelligence Bradford County. Please rememberthat designed to protect the health of your under-age children to drive. You will
common sense and Yes We the People can put a stop to when the word drug is used alcohol is the public. One such issue passed by the be helping them protect their lives and the
assistance In humanitarian essentials all this nonsense: not 10 or 20 years included as a drug. Alcohol is the largest U.S. House of Representatives and now lives of others.

in place of guns and ammunition.We from now but NOW There Is no time drug related problem that we have in before the U.S.Senate, is a ban on smoking Thank you for letting me have a say.
Bradford County. This is also true on a national during commercial airliner flights with
for further
compromiseIn Just
sign me,
level.Last the of the
year on campus durations of two hours or less.
the People decide who our Presi- this regard a retired Marine Bradford Middle School there were only An August, 1988, Congressionally- Concerned CitizenPa"e
dent will be, and after elected biologist living In Stelnhatchee two alcohol/drug related matters accor- mandated report "The Airliner Cabin En-
ding to the authorities at the Bradford Mid- vironment: Air Quality and Safety", --
Denver in article In -
whether or not Impeachment action Is die School. This is not a bad record when issued by the National Academy of Science
Indicated. The same holds true with a Steinhatchee News summed It up most you take into account that there are approximately (NAS), recommended that all smoking be
state governor, elected on false promises succinctly when he wrote: "If any in- 800 students on campus every banned on commercial airliners for health
whether or not recall action Is dustry that causes environmental day. The two matters that occurred last and safety reasons. Two additional
destruction continues to be allowed to year were handled by the administration reports one issued in November 1986 by
the course to follow.We of the middle school in an expedient man- the NAS and the other the 1986 SurgeonGeneral's
operate over the years then we as teachers and im-
ner. The administrators report both emphasized the
the aided -- apathetic citizens must also shoulderthe staff at the Bradford Middle School.are portance of a avoiding environmental tobacco -
People by such environmentalist blame. We cannot point a finger working to see that their institution is smoke.

groups at the National and tell someone else it's all their alcohol/drug free. Although a complete ban of smoking on

Resources Defense Council (N.R.D.C.) fault. The creator gave man dominionover all conveyances is rreferable. the
The Sierra Club National Audubonand So, contrary to rumor which was partially volunteers and staff 0 are
and animals and told
others In "Citizen Suits"some plants us caused by my lack of clarity. Brad- staunch advocates of the two-hour ban.Approximately -
600 the last very plainly that if we took care of ford Middle School has not and does not 80% of all domestic commercial
four yearshave
over them properly the bounty would be have a serious problem on their campus flights are two hours or less. A ban on
resulted In fines and out-of-court settlements unlimited. If we don't we had better with alcohol or drugs. The school has an smoking on these flights is an Important
by a wide variety of polluters excellent record of alcohol/drug control on and effective step toward a smoke-free environment
will grandchildren I
and destroyers of the environmentthe say In our our campus. Bradford Middle School is an In- and protecting the health of the
most recent a $ .U million settlement LEAVE!: YOU NOTHING stitution of which we can be proud.It public.
Paula P. Nicoletti
by Bethlehem Steel accused of Our; great heritage is to the hands of it my sincere hope that this letter will President, American
contributing to the destruction of W. the People Clear up any misunderstanding regarding Lung Association

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t '. -.,American Legion Post ment President,Mary Ellen Hearn, Several Wedding The hostesses presented the I ',

J To.Host SupperThe on Nov. s, which will be hosted by Showers Given honoree a water goblet In her chosen N'
the Starke ;
unit. s as memento of the party.'.' i
pattern a
host American Legion Post 56 will The Auxiliary is sponsoring the Robin Hersey Crockrell Out of town guests included Mrs..,' ; \I ocial
? covered> dish supper on Sept Girl Scout Brownie Troop 301. ___ _
Lewis Welch ((grandmother of the
; the Post Miscellaneous Shower.
adat home on Edwards Lap robes for VA hospital patientsare ..
groom-elect) Mrs. Mike Scanlan
Immediately being made and will be sent to Miss Robin Hersey bride of Mike (his aunt), Mrs., Ed Scanlan and 0 Weddings 43/1/ Births Club News

following the supper, the hospitals.A Crockrell was given a Miss Sally Scanlan, all of Madisonand Engagements :#l:p Church Social Events
we will I News-
as our I ..
guest speakers, program on flag etiquette is be- miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. Larry Welch and Mrs. rUpcoming
Jason and Jody Brown (Boys State ing planned by the Auxiliary to be Mrs. Vivian Chappell. Many useful Kevin Burnett of Hiliard.Bridesmaid's ___
Representatives) and Jennifer presented at the local schools. and lovely gifts were received by
Brown(Girls State Representative). A covered dish dinner is planned Robin. The refreshment table was Buffet
AH Legion members, Unit Aux- for Sept. 22 at 7 p.m. at the Legion covered with a beautiful lace Event i.
iliary members and their guests are Hall for members and their guests. tablecloth, with many delicious Honors Clare Winkler -

urged to attend. The next auxiliary meeting will be finger foods being served to the 20 The Donald W Thornton home on'
Oct. 27 at 7:30 p.m. at the Hall. guests who attended. Mrs. Chappell Kingsley Lake was the setting for a Wlnker.Jackson! All Bradford Hospital Auxiliary

UDC Club News was assisted by Mrs. Gerri Lewis, lovely Bridesmaid's Buffet honoring To Wed Spt. 19 members are asked to attend in
Sixteen Sr. Citizens Shirley Boone and Lorrie DiCandlo. bride-elect Clare Winkler on their complete uniform at this and
Founders Day Luncheon... Take Wednesday evening Sept. 9. The wedding of Jennifer Clare all official auxiliary functions.

Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerber, Mrs. MiniVacationSixteen Couples Shower... Appetizers were served to the Winkler and Rodney Leroy Jacksonwill

Herbert Thomas, Mrs. O.T. Senior Citizens from the Miss Hersey and Mr. Crockrell wedding party members and guestson at 4 be celebrated Saturday, .Sept. 19
Derkman Mrs. J.T. Lawson and Bradford Senior Center enjoyed a were given a couples shower at the the front veranda overlooking the p.m., at the. Post Chapel at Hughes-Drawdy'
Camp Blanding.A
Mrs. Edward Hall, all members of very enjoyable trip on Wednesday, home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Triest lake. To Wed Sept. 19
their honor will be
the W.T. Weeks Chapter, UDC attended Aug. 19,to the Orange Springs Country Jr. The outdoor barbecue and swim- Clare,her mother Burney Winkler held reception m :
at the
the United Daughters of the Inn. Orange Springs was one of ming party was enjoyed by about 30 and the groom-to-be's mother, Officers' Club immediately The wedding of Stefanie Hughes
Confederacy Founders Day Luncheon the first health resorts in Florida. guests. Robin and Mike received an Clifford Jackson, received corsagesof AU friends following and the ceremony. and Trampas Drawdy will be an
on Friday, Sept. 11 at the In 1843 a large boarding house was assortment of gifts for the yard and fresh baby's breath. and their families relatives of invited the cou- event of Saturday evening Sept. 19.
Timuquana Club in Jacksonville. built for those who came to"take the home. The buffet was served by share ple this are to at 6 p.m. at the CongregationalHoliness
occasion with
This was sponsored by the Presi waters". A newspaper reported In candlelight in the dining room where them. Church inStarke.
dent's Council of Duval County and 1883 that "the springs are gaining a Church Shower... guests were seated at tables covered All friends and relatives are in-
was an observance of the Constitu- wide reputation as a health resort, Robin was honored with a showerby with sprays of fresh baby's breath as vited. A reception will be held in the
tion Bicentennial. on account of the medicinal virtuesof the ladies of Hope Baptist Churchin centerpieces.As Brad. Hosp. Auxiliary banquet room at Bradford. Family

Sept. 21 MeetingThe the water, which is largely impregnated Theressa. The ladies presented a memento of the occasion Meeting Sept. 21 Restaurant.
hostesses Chastain
with sulpher and Evelyn Elaine
Robin with
useful and
W.T. Weeks Chapter, UDC, magnesia." many lovely and Donna Thornton Brenda and
Mrs. Rose president of
gifts to help Mike and Robin start McConnell
will meet Monday, Sept. 21 at the Today, you can still "take the their new home. Mrs. Julie Weyand Vicki Thomas and Elaine Wood the Bradford Hospital Auxiliary, in-
Bradford Family Restaurant at 12 waters", canoe, fish presented Clare with the sugar bowl Mr. & Mrs. HughesTo
or just plain gave the devotion before the guests vites all members to attend the first -
noon. All members are urged to attend relax on the beautiful porches of the were served delicious finger foods of her chosen dinnerware pattern. general membership meeting of the Renew Vows
this first fall
meeting. inn. The Orange Springs Country Inn and punch. Janna Thornton assisted in serv- 1987-88 year, which will be field on
Constitution Observance... was built originally as a summer ing the guests.Homemakers. Monday,Sept.21,at 6:30: p.m.,at the Buster and Dianne Hughes will be

Mrs. Mattie Taber, Mrs. Betty home in 1908, and has been an inn for Bridal Shower... Club Has Western Steer Steakhouse. celebrating twenty-five years of
marriage by renewing their ina
Warren Mrs. the past couple of years.The current vows
Peggy Thomas and
Mrs. Mildred Frick represented the innkeeper is Keith Adams, a local Robin Hersey was honored with a Cookout at Kingsley This very important meeting will wedding ceremony Saturday even-
bridal shower by Tracie Clark and
ing at 6 p.m., Sept. 19 at the Con-
young man. The seniors include vote
Col. Samuel reported a a on proposed changesto
Chapter, Erika Gruen, held at the Gruen The Bradford Extension
gregational Holiness Church in
NSDAR, at the Constitution wonderful time and stated the lunch home. The guests played games and Homemakers Club started the new the By-Laws, as sent out to each Starke.
was superb! member in a recent letter from the .
Bicentennial observance luncheon More had delicious finger foods.About ten club year off with a cookout at Edna A reception will follow in the ban-
one day "minivacations"are president as well as an informativetalk
held at the Jacksonville Hotel on guests enjoyed the occasion, at Wainwright's home on Kingsley of
quet room Family
being planned. If interested given Mrs.
by Betty Young.
Tuesday Sept. 15. This event was which Robin received Lake.
many lovely Restaurant. All family and friendsare
please calf Beverly McGee Bradford County coordinator for the
hosted by the 12 chapters of the on
personal items and gifts for the Diann Douglas Extension Agent invited to celebrate this occasion
Tuesday/Wednesday 8:30-4:30: : Child Abuse Prevention Protect.
Daughters of the American Revolution 9644545. home. was a guest. Following the meeting .
Regents Council of Northeast members and guests enjoyed the

Florida. Senior Citizens Center Grocery Shower... cookout. Tables were set up on the
Mrs. Robbie Caverly's home was front porch overlooking the lake.Ed-
"Save Our: pe ies"Woman's Calendar Very Busy! the setting for a grocery shower for na Wainwright, Mary Brown and On Quick Start Plus
by Beverly McGee Mike and Robin Crockrell. The Carolvn Kein served as hostesses.The )u
Club ProgramThe l Senior Center Director guests were served finger foods and club will have a workshop
Your Senior Center is burstingwith punch. Robin and Mike received Thursday, Sept. 24 at 10 a.m. at the
Woman's Club opened their Gould Lose Much asTLis
fall season on Wednesday, Sept. 9 activities! Won't you be a partof many useful and delicious items for Ag Building. as
this exciting time? Let me tell
you their new home.Rehearsal .
with a program on "Save Our what's going on down here!

Species"Department.under the Conservation TUESDAY is the day the seniors Dinner... Leila'sDress Bag Wdghs by NextWeek.
meet for social
Mrs. Ruth Parker of the Florida a gatheringwith a The rehearsal dinner for Mike and &Gift Shop
covered dish the third of
on Tuesday
Power Light Company, Macclenny Robin Crockrell was held at the Bradford Sq. Shopping Ctr
Branch presented a film study on each month. They begin gathering Western Steer Steakhouse. About 40 964-5051 JoinNowfbr$10*
aroung 10:30 a.m. Lunch starts at 12
of birds guests attended and enjoyed the
the subject preserving our \
animals and turtles that are border- noon WEDNESDAY, with Bingo at is 1 p.m.the day the delicious meal, hosted by Mr. and for ALL your a and Save$11.
John Crockrell.
Ing on extinction. She explained how ladies
(gentlemen are also
the power companies are welcome) come together with their Weddingneeds.
establishing areas for their protec- needlework/crafts. They are busily M5u Gould Lose u toIfavvSvveetltk

tion and preservation.Mrs. getting ready for their Christmas Clare Winkler Given _
Pat Connerly followed up on
Bazaarquilting, trapunto Miscellaneous
the program by informing the group crocheting, etc. If you are interestedin ShowerMiss f
of the Federation's participation in lap quilting, there is someone Clare Winkler who will be /'
many phases of this program. Mrs. ready to get you started. Come joinin married to Rodney Jackson on "lrlnwL
Myldred Cuttino Chairman of Conservation for a time of learning and fun. Saturday,Sept. 19, was honored at a STARKE
was in charge of the program 3RD THURSDAY miscellaneous shower on Sunday
is the day for the
lit United Methodist Church
and used a variety of plants at 1
,.. for decorations. monthly AARP meeting. Come see afternoon, Sept. 13 at the home of j Walnut Jefferson Streets
vantage points what this great organization is all Mrs. William Carter. _
The centerpiece of the head table about. Hostesses for this affair were Mrs. \ .. Tuesdays/pmi I .

was an arrangement of Philoden- FRIDAY we have a Bible History Carter, Mrs. Arthur Winkler, Miss j
dron in a white ceramic bowl with class Cindy Winkler Mrs. Herbert ,
at 10 a.m., lasting for one hour,
gardening tools gloves,sun hats and then followed by a brown bag lunch Thomas and Mrs. William Stroud. Put Masterpiece Wedding .,
bright kerchiefs trailing down the and bingo. The honoree, her mother Mrs. Invitations at the top ot r :, r '
front of the table carrying out the George Winkler and Mrs. your list. We make it easyto
conservation theme. The committee are be elegant/ It Ie N .'N'J\'JICJ' ;( .;f R1I"-H4" : ,
planned periodicaly. We have Jackson, mother of the grom-elect
served a salad luncheon. visited Fernandina Beach, were presented with corsages upon NEW AND RENEWING MEMBERS PLEASE CHECK IN IS MINUTES EARLIER THAN LISTED.
Mrs. Pat Slack gave the invocation Kanapaha Gardens Annual Fla. their arrival. The guests were in- MASTERPIECESTUDIQS TOLL-FREE IN FLORIDA 1-800-342-91S5
and devotional.President Mrs. vited in the family room where gaily 'Hum'oftar tntt Octoter 10 KM)*good. Id Ana JO on*.Offcf ma tbrand mwwlng rramlMra only.
Folk Festival, and Orange Springs 5.bnt.1V ...Walt-..tMior OnOprogiwra.Offw .
Herbert Thomas, conducted the decorated gifts to be .. .. ....
Country Inn. were placed not Woe*M *>o hrd r or HMCW rat M dos not inciiMM 9%atlas
business meeting. The club will be You are welcome to come by the opened. weight WncMn MK Quick(Oft_wlwr.e a.dn.nu of WEIGHT WATCHERS INl'ERNAnONAL.INC.CWEIOHT .
involved in many community projects Center Monday through Friday,8:30: Finger foods were served from a WATCHERS I IKTTBHATtONAL.INC.19OT
this year. Mrs. Thomas an- lace-covered table centered with an
a m. to 4:30: p.m. Cable TV, coffee
nounced the FFWC Fall Board and table games are available. arrangement of silk flowers, with
meeting will be held in Orlando Sept. Come meet other seniors for a time yellow the predominant color, the
25-28 and she will attend with Mrs.Al of good old-fashion fellowship.The bride-elect's preference. At one end
Young Mrs. W.F. Frick and Mrs. Center is located behind the of the table was served a white cake,

Patricia Slack.Hostesses new Bradford County Courthouse. decorated with yellow roses white
for this meeting were For more information, call Beverly wedding bells and wedding rings. of Starke Florida
Mrs. Cuttino, Mrs. Elna Schaffer McGee, Senior Center Director, at The punch table was covered with a
Mrs.Joella Hardy, Mrs. Betty War- 964-4545, or Sue Baker Community lace runner with ferns encircling the
ren, Mrs. Lucy White, Mrs. Mary Care for the Elderly, Project punch bowl. Fiscal Year 8788The
Mrs. Mrs.
Covington, Marty Barry, Manager
Margaret Jackson. Mrs. Ada Lee
Roberson, Mrs. Betty Jo Siddens Hours 9:30: 5:30: | 504; W. Call St.
Mrs. Dorothy Brown and Mrs. Lucy 9-3CMOOSot.: : M'.J: A Starke
0 n S
Watts. (904)964-8547 Proposed Operating Budget Expenditures of the

Am. Leg. Auxiliary A Specialty Gift ShopThe City of Starke, Florida are 8.39 % More Than Last

Has MeetingThe perfect gift for every home; Charles Wysocki 1988 Americana

September meeting- of the Calendars and Philip Laureston hand painted miniature pottery houses madein Year's Total Operating Expenditures.

American Legion Auxiliary was held England.The newest collectible!

at the Legion Hall on Tuesday, Sept. In our gourmet shop back by popular demand from Victorian. Pantry Proposed Mi I Mage 2.449
8 with President Antoinette Coss
Chocolate Cream Sauce.
presiding.Plans .
were made for the upcom- For the school set: flavored pens and pencils, art markers and the greatest

ing visit of the 4th District President invention for kids of all ages our secret straw canteens.Now in pastels, REVENUE
Genevieve Norris and the 4th
and 1

District, Sept.Unit 12.Presidents The purpose on of Saturday the- NEW: for toddlers .by Bib sports Talk. Very unique bib that catches food and General Fund . . . . . 1,424,027

visit was to make plans for the up- spills wipes off clean.
coming official visit of the Depart- We appreciate your patronagel Internal Service . . . . . 188,374

Transportation Trust . .. . . . 271,950

Self Insurance .' :. . .. . .. . 47,000

Utility System. . . . . . 5,693,100
Fisher Makes Video Tape Viewing

Easier Than Ever! TOTAL . . ..". ...i .'.''. . . . .' 7,624,451 ,

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convenience In mind Just load $ 50 FREE Movies I .

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wtrden. remote control you can program w_ I_ :" EXPENDITURES } .
VCR for unattended ncordIn _- >- I := :, .w y 1 ,kaip .' ', .. ,
directly acceu TV charmed or KM videotape ..!""'.!. _'." ::: ,...._- General Fund I' .! 1,424,027
*at"luper" high ipeedt to locate a . :. .; . .

and perJk fotit iccne..ere For tM.the=Fbher be*VCR today Ioce Remote Controlled Programming Internal Service . .n.' ,,. '.. .." .. '.' 188,374

". .

Transportation Trust .. .f. /. I. .' .' */. ; ,." ... 271.950
yVHtOOO finoii r .

g--.s.w.-: OlaeroleWhrtpl..dwrRywwthe ..___ FISHER Self Insurance .. ." ; .. .. . 47,000

ens D Fid uto4ndfc conrnh tar wtoiM 1711C *

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pktan tardl pnxWol tope lamfaf at ENTERTAINMENT
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P.,.IA TELEGRAPH September 17,1987

Karen Chitty, Dr. John Woody Wed August 29 in StarkeThe

wedding of Karen Joan Chittyof crystals and beading, which V positioned In the center of the reception and Amanda Griffis (cousin of the
Starke to Dr John David Woodyof extended into a low dropped fitted r area was centered with a tall bride.
Hollywood, was performed at the basque hip waist, and flared Into a hand-carved pink swan ice Among the out-of-town guests
First Baptist Church of Starke on full double-tiered taffeta skirt. The sculpture. At opposite ends of the were other family members-.&
Saturday August 29. at 7:30: p.m. off-the-shoulder, full-puffed lace table were ive-light silver Mrs. Hugh Walters and Mrs Leta
I I The bride Is the daughter of Mr. sleeves were ribbed with rows of candelabra-holding arrangementsof Rogers of Lake City, Mrs. Zadie
and Mrs. James E. Rogers, Jr., and pearls, crystals and beading. pink and white roses, daisies and Reese-Madsen of Leesburg, Mr. &
the late Randal F. Chitty of Starke. French Alencon lace with oppulent babies breath. A wide assortment of Mrs. Sidney Johnson of Decatur,
The groom Is the son of Dr. RonaldH. pearl and crystal beading, formed a buffet foods,canapes,hor d'oeuvres.and Ga.,Mrs. William Gillette of Illinois,
Woody of Hollywood and Mrs. wide-scalloped border, trimmingeach I V other party foods were on silver Mrs. Marjorie Woody of Pompano
Betty Jean Woody of Ft. Lauder- skirt tier hem, and formed an ftt.w trays and serving dishes down the Beach Mrs. Mavis Georgalis and
dale.Rev. elaborate jeweled Alencon lace three lengths of table, which were Miss Gigi Georgalis of Gainesville,
Ben Bryant united the couple design in the front of the gown, and covered with white lace cloths over Mrs. Betty Hadsock of Lakeland,
I in marriage in a candlelight down the entire length of the double- white underliners. Ga., and Ralph Chitty of Valdosta.
ceremony, in front of a lush garden tiered cathedral train. Adding a Attending the guest register was The bride graduated from Brad-
scene of large ficus trees, areca finishing touch to her designer gown i Miss Michele Sapp and Miss Nancy ford High School and Santa Fe Col-
palms, tall topiary trees and Boston was a large graceful flat bow of Payne.Directing the wedding recep- lege and is a Registered Respiratory
ferns which were placed throughoutthe tissue taffeta, which was centered a _p tion was Mrs Burney Winkler and Therapist. She Is presently atten-
altar I area of the church. hip level in the lower back of the providing the catering service was ding school at Columbia University_
Centering the altar scene was a gown. Mrs. Robert M. Autry. Dr. Woody is a graduate of Florida
large European sunburst floral arrangement Complimenting her gown, the Centering the bride's table was a State the University of
in multi-shades of pink, bride chose an off-the-face headpiece four-tiered white wedding cake,with College and is
designed of enchantment lilies, of satin and silk miniature r strawberry pink filling.Layers were presently completing his residency
peonies, daisies, alestromeria, pop- flowers, with sprays of pearls and separated by tall pillars, and a vertical In. Anesthesiology at Richland
pies, chrysanthemums, gladiolas, crystal droplets,attached to silk illusion spray arrangement of spiked Memorial Hospital in Columbia
porn poms and Interspersed with netting. The bridal bouquet ixiums was placed in a floral arrangement S.C.,where the bride and groom will
babies breath, blue statis, bridal featured a cascade arrangement of on top of the cake. Mat be making their home.
wreath, and sprengeri ferns. Complimenting Peace. Roses, mixed with Perfection e{ ty ching flower arrangements trailed Allison Denmark Wins -
and flanking the center Pink roses, enchantment lilies down each side of the bottom layer
arrangement were a pair of babies breath, stephanotis andferns and onto the table top, forming a Fla. Holiday Pageant
candelabra trees which featured highlighted with pearls and base for the cake. Allison Sue of
matching floral arrangements in the crystal droplets, and interspersedwith Cutting the bride's cake were Mrs. Dr. and Denmarkbdaughter of
same flowers and shades of pink. tule and ribbon streamers. tf J.E. Denmark and Mrs. George Starke, was a winner in the 1987
Placed in the center of the altar Matron of honor was Mrs.Anthony : s h9i Roberts. Florida State Holiday Pageant in
were Unity Candles which were Nead of St. Augustine, sister of the t The all chocolate groom's cake Gainesville on Sept. 56. She was
lighted by the mother of the bride, bride. Maid of honor was Miss ; '" was centered on a table opposite the sponsored by Home Entertainment
and mother of the groom before being Stacey Denmark. Bridal attendantswere bride's cake. Cutting the groom's Concepts of Starke.
seated. Later In the ceremonythe Miss Brenda Woody of Tampa cake was Mrs.James E.Crosby,Sr., Allison won the swimsuit competition -
candles were united into one (sister of the groom), Mrs. Scott and Mrs. James Reddish. and was presented with a
lighted candle by the bride and Roberts, Mrs Steven Stringer of Silver punch bowls were placed on crown, banner and large troph,
groom.A Atlanta and Miss Janet Jordan of - tables on each side of the receptionroom. along with other gifts. She was first
classical and traditional music Lawtey. They wore identical gownsof Dr.&Mrs.John Woody .Serving punch and mocha coffee runner-up in the beauty competitionand
program was presented by Mrs. bright iced blue lustrous Fantanza were Mrs. Warren Winkler, Mrs. received a and
crown, trophy
Mona Canova, organist, (who also featuring off-the-shoulder Bobbv Biees. Mrs.. Frank _Mitchell__
Best man was the groom'sbrother Woman's Club after the wedding. ---- mn gifts.
played for the bride's parents' wed- sweetheart necklines, ruffled Ronald Woody,Jr.,M.D.,of Greeting guests at the entrance and Mrs. Joseph Gissy, Allison is 18 years old and a full-
ding in the same church 33 years shoulder sleeves,flared skirts with a Charleston, S.C. Groomsmen were were Mrs. Harry Hatcher and Mrs. Serving champagne were Mrs. time sophomore at Santa Fe Com-
ago). Violinist W.B. McKinney, wide hem ruffle that extended into Randal F. Chitty II of Jacksonville Leila Mundy Inviting guests into the John B. Godwin,Mrs. Maxie Carter, munity College She is also
Baritone William McRae, Soprano tiers of ruffles in the back, forming a (brother of the bride), Roy Talley, reception area was Mrs. Bill Jr., Mrs. George Flynn, Mrs. Bettie employed part-time at Home Enter-
Miss Lois Moore and Pianist Mrs. graceful chapel train. At the fitted M.D.,of Atlanta,Keith Burroughs of Sinclair. Anne Phillips, Mrs. Anne Godwin tainment Concepts and Chastain'sJewelry
Warren Stevenson all participated in waist, they wore taffeta sashes that Callaway Gardens,Robert Coopmanand Introducing guests to the bride and Mrs. Janet Turner. both of Starke.
the music for the ceremony.The featured a large bow in the back of Karl Rogers of Gainesville. and groom, her parents Mr. and Also assisting in the receptionwere
guest registry attendantswere the grown. Ringbearer was Brett Reddish, son Mrs. Rogers and the groom'smother Mrs B.R. Nix, Mrs Stan Red-
Mrs. Wade Winkler and Mrs. Each bridal attendant carried a of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Reddish of Mrs. Betty Jean Woody, dish, Mrs. Kenneth Grider, Mrs. FIRST ASSEMBLY OFCfOb-
Kevin Tillman. bouquet of flowers, similar to the Starke. was Mrs. Eldon Hardy. Mrs. Drew Doug Reddish, Mrs. Dewey McKin- Hwy 16 A Weldon St. Starke
The bride was escorted into the bride's bouquet, in shades of pinks The bride's mother chose to weara Reddish invited guests to meet the ney, Mrs. Rudolph Hutcheson, and "
church by James E. Rogers,Jr. The and mauves. In their hair they wore light blue lace over satin sheath groom's father and his wife Dr. and Mrs. Tommy Reddish. Sunday School" 1OOO a.m.
bridal gown was ivory tissue taffeta, arrangements of miniature satin gown with full silk chiffon trumpet- Mrs. Ronald H. Woody, Sr., and the Morning Worship 11 p.m.
Raschel lace and French reim- and silk blossoms, interspersed with pleated inserts at the ankle length groom's grandmother, Mrs. MarJorie Coordinating the seed baskets was Evening Worship 6 p.m.
broidered Alencon lace. The fitted touches of blue and of pearls. ,
sprays hemline. The groom's mother chosean Woody. Miss Allison Denmark. Passing out Wed. MId-Week Srvlc 7:30 p.m.
overlaid lace bodice featured a Miss Pamela Reddish, daughter of all-lace grey over pink satin The entire reception hall was accented small seed bags were Misses Erica
decollete' portrait neckline,and was Mr.and Mrs. Stanley Reddish,serve gown. Each wore an orchid corsage.A with trees, ferns and floral and Alison Chastain, Emily Hartley, Staff Nursery Available -
extensive glossed with hand-applied. ed as flower girl. reception was held at the Starke arrangements. The T-shaped table Erin Whitlow (niece of the bride) Rev. Stephen R. Pippin, Pastor


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ti Ed and Donna Cox of Lawtey proudly I I
a1U announce: the birth of a News
daughter Amanda Jean, born
August 31, in Jacksonville.
Maternal grandparents are Evergreen Baptist
Robert and Jean Overbay of Revival...
Maryland. Great grandparent are Evergreen Baptist Church will behaving
George Hooper of Maryland and the a revival Sept. 20-20 at 7:30
late Dorothy Hooper. p.m nightly.An .
Paternal grandparents are ashioned Day will begin
Franklin and Shirley Cox of the revival Sunday morning, Sept
Maryland. 20, at 10 a.m. Dinner will lotto the
service in the fellowship hall. Guest
Megan Biggs speaker will be Ronald Klmbrel
Erie and Gwen Biggs of Kingsley from Nashville, Tenn.
Lake proudly announce the birth of Everyone Is Invited to attend these
their daughter, Megan Elizabeth services
born Aug.3,at Riverside Hospital in
Jacksonville.She Gospel Sing at Northside...
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I --- 4. --- -- was 7 Ib. 3 oz.,measuring Northside Baptist Church will be
inches and Joins a sister Ashley having Gospel Sing this Sunday,
Membership Drive Top Recruiters... Scott Reggie Flynn,Pat Welty.Linda Patrick Ray Norman,Dr.Len Schlof- Marie, 2 yrs. old. Sept. 20 at 7 p.m.
Left to right Jack Eckdahl, J.E. Tomlinson, Bernie McFadden Robert man, Susan Faulkner, Eddie Douglas and Bruce Scott Maternal great grandparents are The Weeks Family Singers will be
Hazel Tanner of Lawtey and the late featured.Everyone is welcome to at
L.S. Tanner. tend.
Paternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. R.E. Biggs of Starke. Beulah Baptist Gospel

Chamber Membership Drive, .._- ...'- Hampton Hilites -,---- Sing...
Stefanie Hughes There will be a Gospel Sing at
Nets 56 New MembersThe Beulah Baptist Church on Saturday
Given Shower
Sept. 19 at 7:30 p.m.
Board of Governors of the Larry Batten Construction, Warren by Dolores Meng Fire Dept. AcquiresPhone Beulah Baptist is located on Hwy.
468-1915 Truck... Stefanie Hughes, bride-elect of
Starke-Bradford County Chamber of Dixon Cooling and Heating, Hodges 21 near Green Cove Springs. Pastor
Drawdy, was given a surprise
Commerce recently completed a Construction,Mac Lee Construction, The Hampton Volunteer Fire Trampas
Paul Estes invites everyone to come
two-week membership drive. This Browning Construction, Bowen Pest New Arrival... Dept. recently took possession of a bridal shower in August by to this Sing.
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business members. Timber Company,Automotive Parts proudly announce the arrival of better community service will now Twenty-nine guests and Old Fashion Bible
The Chamber Board of Governors Center Dr. Kevin McAuliffe, Dr. their baby daughter, Tiffany Sheen be possible. games and refreshments
bride with Conference at Grace Bapt.
split up into three teams and issued Gianas, Joan Hall, Glenda's Shear Martin. She was born Aug. 12, at presented the prospective
challenges for the most new Design, Jim Duncan James Wain- Humana Hospital in Orange Park Bookmobile... many lovely and useful gifts. Grace Baptist Church invites you
members recruited.The losing team wright, Lee Casey Construction and weighed 9 Ib. 12 oz., measuring The Bradford Bookmobile makes to an "Old Fashion" Bible Con-
agreed to have their picture taken Seymours Gulf, Allstate Insurance, 20 Mi inches. weekly stops at the Hampton Post ference, beginning Sept. 20-25 at 7
with bags over their heads for a Harold Davis, Scotty's First Choice Maternal grandparents are Tim Office parking lot every Tuesday Local Residents Attend p.m. nightly.
future issue of The Telegraph.Top Pizza, Betty's Trim Wave, Brenda and Vickie Crews of Graham and from noon until 2 p.m. This is a free Forensic Technique ClassFor Preaching each night will be Bro.
Farnsworth and Dudley Hardy Ron and Pat Snow of Green Cove service to all. Bryan Harrington ofWaycross, Ga.
recruiters received awardsfor Title/Abstract. Great Grandmothers are Home from Hospital... the September meeting of the Featured nightly speakers also will
their efforts to bring in new Also joining the Chamber were: H Faye Varsoni of Ft.Pierce and Duke Florida Council on Crime and Delin- include Bro. Mike Parker of Perry
members. Bruce Scott of Jacksons & R Block AAA Title Company, Pedrick of Jacksonville. Clarice Adkins has returned home quency, several local residents attended (Monday night, Bro. Ralph Coleman -
Building Supply recruited 12 new Mary Humphries, Lenore Welty, St. Paternal grandparents are Mr. following several days at North Fla. the Sept. 16 meeting, including of Perry on Tuesday and
members Richard and Pat Welty Edwards Church First and Mrs. James E. Martin of Regional Hospital. President Ed Sands Asst. Wednesday nights, and Bro. Robert
brought in 11 members and Ray Nor- Presbyterian Church Ben Holtzen- Statewboro, Ga. Great grandfatheris Pauline Dishman and Verna Weir Supt. of Lawtey Correctional), Vice Alexander of Omega,Ga.,on Thursday -
man of Community Bank accountedfor dorf, Lewis Walker, D.D.S.,Florida Mervin Miller of Las Vegas, were patients last week at Bradford President Mike Willis (Parole Ex- and Friday nights.
8 new members. Over $200 in Rock Ind., Goetzman Construction, Nevada. Hospital. aminer), Secretary Linda K. Gill- Pastor Leland Strickland and the
prizes were collected by the winners B-U Seminole Boosters ingham (Probation & Parole Officer congregation: invite everyone to at
Jim Pennington, Nook Norman, Ar- tend.
),and Treasurer Susan Dugger
chie Warren Carver, Brad- Benefit Drive...
Tanner Successful Meeting Set for Tonight (Pharmacist at UCI
The Chamber of Commerce would ford Riding Club, David Beatty. weekend the Mt. Pisgah A.M.E.
Method Over the Day The next meeting for the Bradford The program, on Forensic Anthropology -
like to honor the following new James Cleaners McDamel, Mel Itanen New Charles Hampton Volunteer Fire Dept. col- Union Seminole Boosters will be : Techniques and Cases, Tom Thumb WeddingMt.
members for their investment in lected $240 for Jerry's Kids. Among tonight (Thursday,Sept. 17),7 p.m., was presented by William R. Pisgah A.M.E. Church will be
their community and for their sup- Schaefer, Rhythmic Aerobics, Ar- those collecting for the muscular Maples, Ph.D., Curator and Professor Thumb
at WPXE Studios on SR. 100 South. having their annual Tom
of the nold Weeks Dept. of HRS, Fla. Con-
port of the programs dystrophy fund by conducting road and rice of Human Identification 20 at 2:30:
There will be a chicken wedding on Sunday, Sept.
valescent Center, Charles VanZant,
Chamber: blocks were Scott Davis Barry dinner. will be FSU team Laboratory. This meeting was held
Waters Grocery,Holiday and Sons Lir Skeeters. Restaurant and Leon'sPlumbing. Moore and Larry Rhoden. Con- Chaplain Speaker Ken Smith. Everyone is in- at the Florida State Museum on the p.m.Come and be there for this occasion.
Construction, Douglas Battery,
gratulations 1 vited to this meeting. UF campus. .

St. Edward's News

., } Father Gagan Welcomed...

On Sunday,Sept.13,Father Philip
.;fjjt'{} ; II } }!} }! !} }} }! R. Gagan was honored by a welcom-

ing covered dish dinner given by St.
The Lowest Liquor Prices In Edward's parishioners in the parish
hall. Father Gagan began his dutiesas
Pastor of St. Edward's Catholic:
5'lorifla Sire Mere fit Ax... ijI I, -I III Church on June 13,replacing Father
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II!; !! !!}',' IIIi; !IE Joseph Finlay who has been assigned -
n ', / !! i I Iji i} llii( iI! Ii! ; i pastor of St.Monica's in Palatia.
III! I !' i I t } I ii tlli iII Tables were covered with white
c cloths for this occasion and were
PRICES BEGINTHURS."SEPT.17th. !(! !} !! II' Ij!'! .!}P!I I } }'! IIIII'!! EjEI! !4i of fresh
THRU WED.. SEPT. 23rd. ,, lflE ,III iii I iII! !i !IE.' !! } } decorated with bouquets
i roses and greenery. On the stage
curtain: was a prominent
welcome to Father Gagan.
The dessert table was centered:
BACARDI on our screen! -- with a Bible-shaped decorated cake: :
Gordon's inscribed with words of welcome
t RICAN and an appropriate verse for the new
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Gin of "America Prepares for the
RDON ?',. AND Among those in charge of arrangements
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PASSPORT SCOTCH Notice of Budget HearingThe


j 1.75 51.2 LITER 0' LITER 33.80'. City of Hampton has tentatively adopted a budget for

rurA I 999 .4 195 Fiscal Year 1988. A public hearing to make a FINAL DECISION -

on the budget will be held on September 22, 1987, at

Hampton City Hall, at 7:00: p. m. The following is a summary

of The City of Hampton Budget for the Fiscal. Year Ending

September 30, 1988.


Category Total of

rwr All Funds
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= : ,

: General Fund . . . : ..". : . . '82,640.00

General Fund Carryover . : : . . 11619.00

E'JSCH: NAVALLEPrfp'MiILLUi TOTAL ." '94.239.00


12 n 3 LITER Administration . . . . . .' . '34,064.00Fire
CANS 101.401.BDSCE .
PAK Department . . . . '. . 3,000.00Recreation

Department . . : : .V. . 2,000.00

Sanitation Department . '" .'. .:: .. ;. . 4,200.00

Street Department . . . /'. .. .. ., ..31,800.00Sanitation
-3i !; TOTAL Department . ,. : I'.. *./.19,195.00* '94,259.00

.. .......,..- Revenues
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Expenditures . . . . . . '18,700.00I

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anemic Tornado offense led to Quarterback John Berry had trou. The BHS defense hung tough but ,
a 6-0 opening game loss by BHS on ble taking the snap from the center, Bulldog quarterback Steve
Bradford Field last Friday night, dropping the ball numerous times, Strickland got loose around left end
Sept. 11, administered by the though recovering it most of the for 10 yards for a Flagler first downat
Bulldogs of Flagler Palm Coast, a time. The rest of the time QB Berry the BHS 4V4 yard line. BHS got
I new opponent this season. spent running from on-rushing low and repulsed three straight r' .
The Tornado' defense held the Bulldog defenders, hurrying to get Bulldog rushes. Unable to gain much _
Bulldogs to 92 yards rushing and no passes off or eating the football inside, QB Strickland again went
yards passing, usually good enoughto behind the line. around left end, the right side of the
win, says defensive coordinator Flagler scored in the second BHS defense, for the score. BHS
Mike Sexton.The offense gained just period by over-running the BHS offense blocked the extra point; Flagler led
10 net yards on 17 rushes and 45 forcing a fumble which 6-0)with 5:02: remaining in the second rI
yards passing. Defensive end Jimmy Bulldog cornerback Stanley Johnson period.It .
J Long batted down one Bulldog recovered and returned to the BHS was three downs and punt most-
pass into the flat. 17. That turning point came after the ly by the BHS offense. QB Berry e
"It was the poorest offensive effort BHS defense had stopped the completed a 12 yard swing pass to w ( '; ,f fk
since I've been here," says Bulldogs at the BHS 26. The drive fullback Clint Reed as halftime _
Head Coach David Hurse, starting had stayed alive on a BHS face mask neared.
\ his 31st"season at BHS. penalty. $_ P.g.10 wa.ti' w 4 t ,

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I :' Offensive Lane Improves.-. in Practice

The Bradford High offensive line Four or five BHS players go both Probable Tornado starting lineup l
has shown improvement in practicesthis ways. And, except where injuries for the Fernandina game is: -
week, but faces another tough prevent it, the Tornado coaches t
test in Fernandma,says Head Coach have taught players two or three f.
David Hurse. positions, so the players can switch Offense:
Several players remain injured off and get some rest. Center: Terry Whitehead No. 52,
and some players will still be forcedto Letterman tackle Andy Tison, 170-11.
go both ways. Chris Durban may 210-12, who had a sprained ankle, Guards: Bill Hamilton, No. 62, 4 ? t- r
see action at guard. returned to practice last week and 190-11, and Mike Elder, No. 52,
BHS will again be outsized. Fer- should be in better shape this week, 155-12.
nandina has big, strong linemen on says Coach Hurse. Tison relieves Tackles: Allen Wood, No. 66,
-: offense and defense, and a speedy Allen Wood, No. 66, 1911-12, and Dane 198-11, and Dane Clark, No. 75,
...'. tailback. Clark, No. 75, 185-11, at tackle. 18511.
Still young inexperienced, and Guard Matthew Albritton, No. 61, Tight end: Malachi Jenkins, No. hoto.Yr lull.Ammh.n....4 l.s.h P., wen
coming off a 2-8 season, BHS lost 6-0 160-12, was looking good this week 84,192-12. Jenkins will be spelled by It Was A Long Night for QB Berry...
;: to Flagler Palm Coast last week. until he pulled a muscle in his neck, Ed Douglas, No. 82, 170-11, and Jim-
Coach Hurse has said all along that making his Friday play uncertain. my Long, No. 85,17011.Quarterback Flagler continually overran the Tornado offensive middle of the Bradford offense, forcing mistakes QB
," if BHS can get through the first five Albritton played the entire Flagler : John Berry, No. 12, line and harrassed Tornado QB John Berry, No. 12, the Berry taking snaps from center and disrupting plays
.r games without getting too many people game. He spells guards Bill 160-10. entire game. The Bulldog defense simply stormed the before Tornado ball carriers could take a handoff
"= hurt, the Tornadoes could Hamilton, No. 62, 190-11, and Mike Fullback: Clint Reed, No. 33,
: become a tough football team. Elder, No. 63, 155-12. 175-10.

. ,: Middle School Girls Win Cross Country.. Title I -* .* I I


:3'-; by Joe Gissy am particularly pleased with Runners team came in 5th overall in "not a good test to judge ability ot
,.; BCT Staff Writer girls team, said Coach George the 10 school field. runners," said Coach George Loper.
::: The Middle School "This is the seventh time in Vennie Blye, grade 7,placed 23rd, The teams as a whole performed as ShY'lYYlp
girls team took first the Road Runners have won at 25:07: in the 3 mile race. Dallas well as expected under those condi-
annual greater meet title," competing against Sylvester,grade 7,was 26th at 27:51: ; tions. This was the first meet of the
"' country High School teams using the Bernard Johnson, grade 7, was 28th season, so improvement should be
Saturday, Sept. 12, and 9th grades. at 28:10: ; Justin Ward, grade 6, was seen.
:' High School in girls varsity cross country 33rd at 29:44: and Brian Smith, Additional members of the teams
;: The girls also made a good showing at grade 6, was 39th at 34:48. will be added soon, as soon as they
schools in the 19:23."I In a field of 18 teams, BHS The boys varsity team was 13th of are ready, the coach said. Conditioning 8f More !
0, in the 2 mile race. 5th overall. 18 teams, with team captain Cam for cross country requires from
o tany Bula came in Lori Sapp finished 3rd in Ward, a junior, posting a time of 40 to 60 miles of running per six or
;> field, with a time of of 115 total runners, with a 18:48: to register 43rd in the field. seven day week. One day working on
Clarke, also a 6th of 12:48.: Soph Ramona Tennant Sophomore Randy Milton was 76th speed,and the rest on endurance.By
;; third, also at 16:16. 8th at 13:23: senior Kim Adams at 20:48: soph Keith Thompson was the end of October, distance is for only
grade 7, was fourth 32nd at 14:59: senior Felicia 81st at 22:10: soph Kenny DeSue was decreased and speed training is emphasized
,. Daugherty, grade 7, was 54th at 15:55: and senior 83rd at 23:11: and soph Steve Thorn so that the runners will
;-. time of 17:15, and Cohens was 88th at 19:23.: ton was 87th at 24:31: peak early in November, the time of
grade 8, was 17th at : Middle School Boys Road .,The. course was wet and muddy. -the district, region and state U QQ,

I Vollyball Season BeginsBoth
.- a IcRae 'X&xremsnk Mome, 1nc.

... the junior varsity and varsity read physically, and returned a Personalized
\ the Elderly" .
Bradford of hard-spikes Coach Diggs
r girls volleyball teams from -
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the season opener Tuesday,Sept. 15.
The varsity came from behind to JV Wins in 2...
win two out of three games. They The JV girl volleyball team went
lost 5-13 in the first game, in which 15-13 and 15-7 by the MiddleburgHigh (904)
Coach Inez Diggs played everybodyon JV, with Evette Covington the Miller
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I ci Fernandina will be Tough Test I IA

tough test awaits Bradford grid- Pirate QB Lance Easton, No. 10, main pass receiver.
{ ders when they travel to take on the 175-12, was the starting quarterbackfor Fernandina uses a 5-4 defense:
Pirates of Nassau High of Fernan- West Nassau last season,and Is a miudle guard Clen Curtwright, No.
dina Beach this Friday night, Sept veteran. French, the tailback, No. 64, 6-2, 199; tackles Dale Sikorsky,
18, at 8 p.m.Fernandina. 21, 17 -11,is the main running threat No. 51, 180-11,and Chris Clayton,No.
beat Palatka 21-20 In outside. Fullback Timmy Tran- 71, 6-3, 250-11, fflwrends Vernon
three overtimes in the preseason tham No. 44, 198-12, is strong, and Simpson, No.31, WSf/KMl, and Vincent -
jamboree and lost 8-7 to runs bard Johnson, No. B8Tii St.Augustine. The Pirate linemen are big and side linebackers are Terrance
I The Pirates lost 14-12 to Baker strong. Five Fernandina players go Gilyard, No. 45 190-12, the team's
A t 1 both best hitter, and Frank Comarotti,
W t W t Ii County in their season opener last ways.
1 1I 4yy Id week,missing a 20-yard field goal on Strong, good size.is the description No. 50, 185-12.Monster man is Austin
the last play of the game. Speedy most applied to the Fernandina Trupp, No. 84, 175.11, who takes on
I 1' tailback Ronnie French put Fernan- linemen by BHS scouts The linemen the outside run to the wide side.
dina up 6-0 with a 70-yard run in the are: center Ricky Shave, No. 52, Curtwright, Johnson, and Comorottl
first period. Baker went 14-6 and 180-11; guards Frank Comaroitti.No. play
hung on to win. Pirate fullback Tommy 50, 185-12, and Glen Curtwright, The secondary plays man-to-man
Trantham's three yard TO run No. 8-2,199-12; tackles Wes Sheffield defense. The cornerbacks are
W put Fernandina within two points, No. 72, 6-3, 250-11, and David Wayne Peterson, No. 15, 165-12, the

...... ........,_ .. ".un"""", '"" '" --....-..,=r-" ._., ....., -.... '-" 1412. A two point conversion run Holton No. 75, 6-2, 235-12; tight end slot man on offernse, and Ronnie
came up short. Bill Pittman,NO.82,&-3, 110-11; split French, No. 21, 175-11. the starting
Flagler on the Loose... Good size and good speed is the end Vincent Johnson, Not/ 80, &-3, tailback. Safety is Kyle Allen, No.
Tornado Coach David Hurse 178-12; slot man Wayne Peterson, 34, 155-11, who is smart and has good
Johnson .U the loose Johnson has picked the loose football and there Is way
Bulldog cornerback Stanley on up describes Fernnndinn No. 15, *-?. 1BS-12. is fast and the speed.
with a BHS fumble. The Tornado defense stopped nothing between him and the BHS goal. Johnson
Flagler at Its 26 yard line, after a Flagler drive had stumbled and fell, and Tornadoes fell on him at the
been kept alive by a face mask penalty. But on the IIrst BUS 17 Flagler punched lone TD In, but the Tornadoes -
BUS offensive play, above, the football was knocked blocked the extra point.
back into BUS secondary. QB Berry Is on the ground. Coach Sexton Pleased With DefenseA I

good, steady defensive performance Coach Sexton stated after watching Keith Jenkins, No. 74, 185-10, and Inside -
NOTICEOF ,that's what Coach Mike Sex game films. Maybe Hamilton is a linebacker Malachi Jenkins,
ton, the defensive coordinator, call- game player Sexton wondered. No. 84, 192-12.
ed the defense against Flagler Palm Mike Elder No. 63, 155-12, who Nazworth, the same linebacker,
Coast. plays defensive tackle and end, and also worked down at defensive
BHS limited the Bulldogs, who us- Rodney Mosley. No. 31. 165-11, the tackle, and Dane Clark switched to
ed the wishbone, but more than a rover back, were also praised by same linebacker.
power offense than as an option offense Coach Sexton for turning in par- Tackle chart:
BUDGET HEARING to 92 yards rushing. And, ticularly good defensive perfor- T A
Flagler completed no passes. mances.Eider,small and quick,had Homllton I S
"Of course, I'd rather it end up a 3 tackles and 6 assists. Mosley had 6 M. J.nkln I 7
winning effort," Coach Sexton added tackles and 4 assists. Elder 3 6
behind Hamilton in tackles Nmworth 4 1.
The Town of Brooker has tentatively adopted a budget for Talking about good individual performances was inside linebacker Malachi K.Jcnklnf 2 2
Coach Sexton says In- Jenkins,N().84,192-12,with 8 tackles Motl.y 6 4
Fiscal Year '87-88. A public hearing to make a FINAL DECI- side linebacker Bill Hamilton playedthe and 5 assists. Carter 3 .
best game of his career. Named individually for their per-- Part.r,on 1
SION on the budget and TAXES will be held on Monday Hamilton, No. 62, 190-11; led the formances were: defensive end Jim- Wiggins 2 1
team with 8 tackles and 7 assists. my Long, No. 85, 170-11; same Dlnklnt 4 3
Hall \ "I'm real pleased with that, becausehis linebacker Eric Nazworth, No. 64, Plttmon 1
21 1987 7:30 Town
September at : p.m. practices have not been that 195-12; defensive end Dane Clark, Long S 1
good. But Bill came through and did No. 75, 210-11; weak side defensiveend Albritton 1
Street, Brooker, Florida. an excellent lob Friday night," Chris Dinkins. No 80 155-10; Wood 1

Flagler Game I
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ing back Corey McCaster who car- r1.01.r' 0 1 0 0 .
BUDGET SUMMARY The BHS defense held strong in the ried 19 times for 49 yards, much of aHI pitgiir
second half. Flagler moved the foot the time inching his way behind good Pint Down 1 7
TOWN OF BROOKER FLORIDATHE ball 23 yards on one drive when BHS blocking by the big Bulldog line. Rushing yard. U 10 42,12
was penalized for roughing the QB Berry ran the football six "...In... yard 41 .0
kicker. times for nine yards. Running back PA-PC-PI 17.7-2 ,.
Unable to run or pass much, the Greg Pittman carried eight times Punt tilt 7 10
PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE BHS offense was helpless. QB Berry for a net one yard. "umbl.IloI'2..,",".yirtfi 14J ,10P .41

TOWN OF BROOKER ARE 0.5% MORE THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL completed Malachi Jenkins.one 13 yard pass to 1)Scoring PKglir umm Palm.ry: Co.it. Slavs IrlcKlind,

Workhorse for Bradford Him 0 0 0 0 o .
OPERATING EXPENDITURES. Flagler was runn )v rd run CPi kick blocked.


JV Squad Wins 12-6 Thriller I

j by Joe.Gi.I( ". "" ..score the first Tornado iouchdown. ing position. _
Revenue Sharing -------------------------------9500.00 BCT Staff WriterIt The kick for the extra point was Lake Butler started the second
Water Collections- _____ _____ overtime, but fumbled the ball over
----------------- 13000.00 took a three overtime finish, but wide, the score: Tornadoes 6, Tigers
Interest--------------------___________________- 2,000.0010,000.00 Bradford's Baby Tornado footballers 0.Finally to the Tornadoes. The Tornadoes
fumbled the ball right back to the
,on its last Lake
Fund Balance--- _____________ edged 12-6 by the Union High possession
------------------ Butler scored Tigers to end the period.
junior varsity In their first outing of to tie the game 66.
$34,500.00 the season Thursday, Sept. 10. Their kick was wide, forcing the The third overtime started with
Starke on the offensive. Quarter
game into overtime.
With the visiting Lake Butler
Tigers threatening on the 4 yard The Tornadoes could have won the back Reggie Sheffield again broke
into the for a 10 yard nm to
GENERAL FUND REVENUE line, Termell Jones intercepted a game on their last possession, but a open
pass to end the game, 12 6. pass was dropped in the endzone as score what was to be the winning
touchdown. The kick for the extra
State the clock ran out.
Revenue Sharing --------------------------$ The Tornadoes first drive took off
In junior varsity rules, overtimesare point again was wide.
Local well but stalled just across the 50
Option Gas ------------------------------- 8,750.00
yard line when the Tiger defense played after tied games in the
One half cent sales ---------------------------- 7,200.00 tightened and forced the punt. Lake following manner: A coin is tossed to On the Lake Butler possession,
Advalorum Taxes ______ Butler moved the ball on its first determine the offensive team. The Termall Jones made his second In-
-------------------------- 1,500.00
couple possessions, but the Tornado ball is placed on the opponent's 10 terception, claiming the ball for
Occuptlonal Taxes ------------------------------ 300.00 yard line,and the team Is four
defense took over then and the given Starke, and ending the game with
Mobile Home Lie -----------------------------___ 1 0.00 Tigers could do little more the rest of downs. If neither team scores,a coin the Tigers not able to score in the
Building permits _______ the game. is tossed again and a new contest overtime.
------------------------ 450.00
starts at the 10 yard line. If one team Coach Chester
With quarterback Terry Berry Simpson praisedthe
Beverage Lie ------------------------------_____ 100.00 scores on the first the
playing the first half to a scorelesstie possession, offense, terming it an "outstan-
Pines Bond and Forrietures _____ other team is given its chance to offense."
Center Don
-------------- 1,000.00 The Tornadoes could move the ding McDavidand
Sanitation Fees ball, but could not sustain a drive into score in four downs.In tackle Roland Shuford were
------------------------------- 8,000.00
the endzone. the first overtime period, standouts a situation where the
2 cigarette tax -------------------------___-_ 2,678.10 In the third quarter, second half Starke could do nothing hitting the "whole line was good."Bo Hersey at
Bradford County Recreation Funds quarterback Reggie Sheffield line, but the defense dug in and offensive guard and Kevin Fench at
--------------- 500.00
Bradford County Fire Funds through the line for a 30 yard! run to drove the Tigers back on out of scor tight end played an excellent game.
-------------- 1,200.00

Interest (chi Honey Market, Now) -------------- 2,000.00

Miscellaneous ------------------------------___ 1,500.00

' From Fund Balance ---------------------_------- 5,000.00 r THE:
I' $65,358.10 The OFFICE SHOP Has OFFICE

, Office MachinesFor SHOP
110W.Call St.
$99,858.10WATER 964-5764


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Faraera Market....__-...-....._................$ '600.00
Maintenance to Chlorlnator.................. 1,000.00
Chlorinator Class C Operator..__.......... 3,000.00
One half Postage billing.------_............... 150.00 Rent A

One half of crd.billing_.................... 200.00 //1I
Office Machine
Insurance on tank.-------___-........._...__... 1,000.00 Copier iU////jj ill
Bond-Clerk___--.__............_...._.._._._... 30.00
Mater Reader Contract......................... 1,200.00!
One half of clrk alary-----_______.____-____ 1,800.00 5 a

Helper.Offlet.................................. 600.00 From Per Mo. b

1966 Bond I..ua--------........................ 3,0'9.92 Larger Sizes Available
1981 Bond I..u.----.-.......................... 3p11)_0.01

Meter lo.kij pipe *qulp.*nt-___-............ 1,000.00
Repair to lines..............._._.__......._... 1,000.00
Emergency Re.*rv...__..........__........___... 12,495.
Workman, Comp__............................... 200.00
Miscellaneous.-....__.-.-.....___.--..--....... .731.10 IBM Typewriteror

*3,500.00 Swlntec Available


I State Contracts

i : General. Administration.-------------...--.--- 26,600.10
; .. ____ PricingOn
Street .r
I I and Light---- ------- 13,000.00
I I Park. and RecreationMaintenance ---.-....----------. -----..- 2,300.00
.': ..-I--- ..-.________ _...-...-------..------ 1,350.00 | Mita
Sanitation-____________________________.... ---..---- 5,265.00
" f fir .....;... .. '
Department --------------- 7,088.00
Police Departaent- u__ 6.755.00
! : 65358.10 orSwintec' Oj .

I TypewritesCopiers

$99,858 10l
110 W. Call Straat Stark. 9443764'tr

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I' USDA Commodity Distribution Dates *

Lea1 Notices 'w --- Suwannee River Economic Council,'Inc., ftnaouncM tbe distribution of
I USDA commodities..:. You qualify> to receive pinnnnHMH If jron:

-' '-'- ....... KKtrcivE!; FOOD'STAMFS (Required: Letter of Dedsi0W'OR
\ RECEIVER AFDC (Required: Medicaid Card)

Scale July l 1987 thru June 30 1980.Commodities .
BRADFORD Cass No.86-495-CA
COUNTY Cas87-705-Clv.J.16 Pursuant to Section B65.09 Florida card to receive
card. You must present your current cfflrnimtdttl You or
File No. 1-3834 DAVID C. BROOKS and hit wlf. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Statut., notice It hereby glv.n that i ith either of two designated alternates may pick up the commodities.
CoseNo.8776.CPIn EILEEN M. BROOKS Plaintiff
Rs t Estate of underlslgned Marshman C. Reddish Certification,Recertification or Replacement of a lost card will be done
SEAN MICHAEl WHIPPIE Plaintiffs, vsWILLIAM Rt.4, Box 311, Stark., Fla. 32091 at the Outreach Center.None will be issued, however,during distribution.
v* C. PHILLIPS JR. and sole business und.r the
Deceased. owner doing ( areas will be recertified. during distribution due to
firm nom of Bud's Welding A Alternator
administration of the Estate of D'ARMENIA JOHN W.HALSEY and JEAN ORDER OF SERVICE Stork ft, .tarter... 32091 Repair.Intends It. 4.to Bon 311. |; Special Note: Special days are set aside for the exclusive distributions
SEAN MICHAEL WHIPPLE Deceased, FII. D. HALSEY. hit wlf, DAVID L. POWELL BY PUBLICATION fictitious nom. under r.gistarsold the1 I to the elderly handicapped. If you have trouble standing,please bring
Numb.r 13856. Cat. Number 87-76-CP and CLARICE H. POWELL his wlf., and This cause cam to b* heard upon aforesaid statute. a folding lawn chair so you can be more comfortable.
It ponding In the Circuit Court of ho LELIA ALESCIA POWELL the verified motion of Plaintiff for an Dated this 10th day of September USDA Emergency Food Aselstanospcogra1n .it available to all eligible -
Eighth Judicial) Circuit of Florida, In and Defendants. Ord.r of S.rvlc. by Publication and It 1987 In Bradford County. recipients regardless of race, color, national origin, age, sex or han
for Bradford County, the address of appearing that this action hat been ; 9/10 4tpd lOll dicap.
which It Post Off IC. Drawer B, Stork., NOTICE OF ACTIONPROPERTYTO brought for enforcement of a lI.n Distribution sites and dates are as follows:

Florida 32091. : CLARICE H. POWELL against real property tltuated In Bradford .SEPT. 23: BROOKER City Hall, 10 ..I .-I:30: p.m.
Th. names and addresses of the per- a/k/a CLARICE SESSIONS I County within the Middl District IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEPT. 24: STARKE Old RJE School!, 10 eun.4 p.m.
tonal representative and the personal ADDRESS UNKNOWN of Florida and described as follows: FOR BRADFORD COUNTY SEPT. 25: STARKE a.m.-l:30 p.m.
representative's attorney arc tel forth YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a lot 33 Parkwood Subdivision as FLORIDA SEPT. 28: LAWTEY Recreation (Middleburg Rd), 10 a.m.-2:00
below. I Complaint to Foreclose Mortgage action \ per plat thereof recorded In Plat Book CIVIL ACTION

Interested persons or. required to I has been filed against you for the 3, Pag 5, public records of Bradford CASE 86-525 SEPT. 29: HAMPTON City Hall, 10 a.m.-2p.m.
ill* with this court. WITHIN THREE MON following described property In Bradford County Florida FLORIDA NATIONAL
BANK .SEPT. 30: SPEEDVILLE, Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, 10 a.m.-1:30
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS County Florida: and It furth.r appearing that Defendants Plaintiff .
NOTICE: ((1)) all claims again the *ttat. A portion of the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/.. of William C. Phillip. Jr. and Lydia vs pm.Please bring a box or bag to put commodities in.
and (2) any objection by an Interested Section 29 Township 6 South Rang.22 F. Phillips, cannot be served within the RAYMOND HEATH, EMMETT BRIGHT your
p.r.on on whom hit notlc. was trvd East In the City of Stark.. Bradford Stat. of Florida: that it It not practicable JR., and HARRIDELLE BRIGHT Defen .-- -- .. ---..--
that chall.ng. the validity of the will County Florida and being more particularly to .rv. them personally for dants.
the qualifications of the personal described as folowt: the whereabouts or residence of said NOTICE OF SALE
rprtntatlv. v.nu., or Jurisdiction of For point of reference commence at Defendants or. unknown and they NOTICE Is h.r.by given that pursuant Legal Notices School Menus
the court. the NW corner of said SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 hove not voluntarily appeared herein; to the Final Judgment entered In .
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT and run th.nc. South 87 degrees, 18 It Is th.r.for. Cos Number 86.525, In the Circuit 21-25
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. minutes East along the North.rly boundary ORDERED as follows: Court of Bradford County Florida, I Sept.
Publication of thl. Notlc hat begunon thereof a distance of 25.04 feet to 1. Defendants William C. Phillips, will sell the property situated In Brad Rout 2, Bon 29S, Stark.. Fl.. |olnt Bradford Elena.*Middle School
S.pt.mb.r 17, 1987. of Jr., and Lydia F. Phillips shall owners, doing business und.r the firm ..... butter
the Easterly boundary of the right way appear ford County Florida, described at: Meeesyt Macaroni H peanut
P.rsonalR.pr.s.ntotlvs of Epperson Street; run thence South 0 In this cause and plead to th* complaint PARCEL A: A parcel of land lying In name of Th. Cinderella Dreamglrl ....,* sandwich. green bean, applesauce, -.ole.
R.J. Inrnon Jr. degrees, 30 minutes East along said filed herein' on or b.for. October Sections 23 and 26 Township 5 South. ty Pageant, Route 1. Box 299, Sterfce. milk.TMseayt.
CMckea baked bean, can-
2252 Gulf Lll.Tow.r Easterly boundary a distance. of 410 feet 19. 1987 or In default thereof Rang. 22 East and being more particularly Fl., Intends und.r the to aforesaid register said fictitious. 11oo,.slaw,peaches,nugget hot rails, milk.
Jacksonville,Flo.32207 to point of beginning. From point of the Court shall proceed to (judgment In described at follows: name statute.Dat.d .,.......,. Cliuessbui'gsr' on bun,trench fries,
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE beginning thus described continue South this cause to the extent provided for Commence on the N'ly Section line this 25th day of August, A.D., mbled.-,chocolate cake, milk.Tkarsaajri .
: 0 degrees, 30 minutes East along ..aldEa.t.rly by Section 1655 Title 28, Unlt.d Stales of Section 26 wh.r. It Intersects lb.W.st 1987, In Bradford County. Salisbury stalk. rice gravy, buttered
R. J. Inman Jr. distance of 75 feet Cod., a. If told Defendant had been 8/27 4tpd 9/17 .green per,fruit cup Manilla, milk.
boundary a tide of SR 200 (U.S. 301)) for POB. i Frankfurter w... salad,green
2252 Gulf Llf. Tow.r to a point: run thence North 89 degrees, served with procest within the. State of From POB thus described run th.nc. W a*beans,sweet potato pp1pmilil.
Jacksonville, Fla. 32207 30 minutes East a distance of 98,08 feet Florida. S'ly along SR 200 a distance of 298 feet NOTICE OF APPLICATION
Phon. 1-904-396-2337 to a point: run thence North 1 degree, 10 2. This ord.r b* publl.h.d In a to a point; thence run West at right FOR TAX DEED Bradford High School
9117 2tchg 9/2. minutes West a distance of 75 feet mar. newspaper of g.n.ral circulation In anglet to SR 200 a distance of 200 feet; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Philip M.e4.yt Tuna tub salad oo lettuce,macaroni
or less, to a point bearing North 89 Bradford County Florida not lest than thence run N'ly and parallel to SR 200 a Howell the holder of the following certificates chews,roiL green milk.Teeaeajrt peas. peaches, crackers, cinnamon

degrees, 30 minutes East from point of once each week for slit consecutive distance of 298 f..t, more or lets, to has filed said certificates for a Beef and gravy, buttered rice, turnip
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT beginning: run thence South 89 degrees, weekt prior to the return date the N'ly section line; run thence East tax deed to be Issued thereon. The certificate greens,fruit cup cookie biscuits milk.
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA 30 minutes West a distance of 97.21 feet herelnabove designated. 200 f..t to the POB. Lying In Sections numbers and years of Issuance, Wda.sdst Cheeseburger' ranch fries, sp-
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION to point of beginning. DONE AND ORDERED at Jackson 23 and 26 Township 5 South Range 22 the description of the property and the cream, milk.
meat cheesestt
Court No.87.433-Clv.J-14 vllle, Florida this 31st day of August Tkanaayi Spaghetti sauce
and you or. required to serve a copy East. names In which It was assessed are at garden salad,apple crisp hot rolls milk.rrteayi .
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA of your wrltt.n defenses, If any to it on 1987. AND follows: fig baked beans,coleslaw,cherry
Plaintiff the Plaintiffs'attorney, who.name and Howard T. Snyd.r PARCEL B Certificate pi.. milk.
vt address Is TERENCE M. BROWN, ESQUIRE UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE NE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 Year of 1..uane.198S
DANNY A. BUSBY T.r.nc.M. Brown P.A., Post Office 9/106tchg 10/15 of Section 35, Township 5 South. Rang. Description of Property: S 264 ft. of N A-U-Carte
VICKI L. BUSBY .t. at., Draw.r 40, Stark., Florida 32091, on 22 East excepting th.r.from the ROW 461 ft of W M of SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of NW III.milkshakes...'. Coradogs O.J. piss, ranch fries

Defendants.NOTICE or b.for. 22 October 1987 and fil. the INVITATION TO BID of Seaboard Coastline and excepting a 1/4 EX PAR IN NE COR 50 N 4 S by 10tf E Temaayt Hamburger, pizza trench lies,
OF SALE original with the Clerk of this Court Th. City of Stark. Community portion previously conv.y.d to Alice S W EX PARC Bff SQ AS DESC IN OR milkshakes OJ.Weaeeseayi .
Notlc It h.r.by glv.n that pursuant Ither b.for..rvice on Plaintiffs' attorney D.v.lopm.nt Offlc will accept re-bids Davit, known as tax parcel 1918, all lying 204-481 EX OR 214 Pg. 175. SECTION Coradogs, ptxxt, "hamburgers.
to a default judgment( entered on August or Immediately thereafter otherwise for the rehabilitation of a dwelling unit and being In Bradford County 25 TOWNSHIP 8 SOUTH. RANGE 22. reach fries, milkshake
31, 1987, by the above entitled Court In Tharaeavi Chess sluggers, reach tries, pixxa.
a d.fault will be .nt.r.d againstyou as follows: Florida Nome In which assessed Periey Clyde milkshakes.frMayi .
the obov. styled cause, the undersigned for the r.lI.f demanded In the com Date of Bid: September 2... 1987 at public sale, to the highest bldd.r Nelson Puss, "hamburgers, ranch tries,
Unlt.d States Marshal or any of hit duly plaint or petition. Place of Bid: Grant office, 108'E. Coll for cash at the front door of the Brad- All of said property being In th*County milkshakes.Eachday .
authorized deputies will sell the property WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Street. ford County Courthouse. In Stark.. of Bradford, State of Florida. students haves chews 01 s hot lunch
situate In Bradford County Florida Court on this 14 day of September, 1987. Tim. of Bid: 10:00: a.m. Florida. at 11:00 a.m. on the 15th day Unless such certificate or certificates salad. bar or they may purchase.-...,.,...
described as: GILBERT S. BROWN Location of Bid: 923 Florida Street of October 1987. shall be redeemed according to 1 law the
Lot 32 of Knight's Subdivision, a* per Clerk Circuit Court Own.r of Unit: Julius < leona Royal GILBERT S. BROWNAs property described In such certificate or
plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 2, By:Martha S.Johns Contractor Walk-through Dot.: Clerk of Said Court certificates will be told to th* highest rvM ", wrrs n.
Pog. 21 of the public records of Bradford D.puty Clerk September 21, 1987. By B.ulah Moody bldd.r at the cpurthouse door on the =
County Florida. TERENCE M. BROWN. ESQUIRE Contractor Walk-through Time: 11:00: D.puty Clerk 23rd day of September 1987 at 11:00
at public outcry to the highest and TERENCE M. BROWN. P.A. a.m. 9104tchglO1NOTICE t
best bldd.r for cash at the hour of 12:00: Attorneys for Plaintiff. Contractor Walk-though Plac.: At the A.M.Dated this 27th day of July. 1987.
noon on October 20 1987 at the front Post Off IC. Drawer 40 job site. GILBERT S. BROWN.Clerk
door entrance of the Bradford County Stark. Florida 32091 A copy of the work write-up can b. OF INTENTIONTO Beulah Moody D.C. .'- .
Courthouse at Stark., Florida. 9/17 4tcha 10/8 obtained from the Grant Off lc.at 108 E. REGISTER Clerk of Circuit Court
Dated: September 10. 1987 Call Street along with a copy of the Standard FICTITIOUS NAME Of Bradford County A newly hatched alligator! .is just eight
RICHARD L.COX.JR. NOTICE OF INTENTION P.rformanc. Specifications. Grant Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Florida Inches long.H will grow about foot
United States Marshal office hours are 8 a.m. to 12 noon and Statutes, notice Is h.r.by given that the 8/27 4tchg 9/17 a year until it reaches the average
Mlddl.District of Florida FICTITIOUS NAME 1.5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Bids undersigned. Ellen Sokowskl 331 Clark adult length of six to eight f....

Dorothea Beane Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida must be submitted In a sealed envelope. Street.- Stark.Fl.. and Chris! ,Rewls,

Assistant for U.S.:Plaintiff Attorney Stot u t e*_. notice I.*_ .hekr..._.ur Ku 9 iv.n that In order to be eligible to bid, the Con H __ _c cc -
Attorn.y th.
HANNAH tractor must meet Contractor Standards
the undersigned. ROBERT ,
9/17..tch1l10/8 forth the of Starke for
SR., LILLIAN HANNAH Rt. 1. Box 190, set by City
Stark. and licensing purposes and must hold cur. NOTICE
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Rt. 1. Box 191, Stark., FL, 32091 joint r.nt City Contractors Llcente.
business und.r the firm For furth.r Information contact
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION name of TRIPLE H DIRT SERVICE Rt. I. Charles Jackson or John Tlnsler at ((904) OFBUDGET

Court No. 87-424-CIV.J-I2 Box 190, Stark., FL 32091, Intends to 964.8902.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. register said fictitious name und.r the Itchg 9/17
Plaintiff aforesaid statute.
v* Dated this 21st day of August, A.D. IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF HEARINGThe
Notice Is h.r.by glv.n that pursuant Th. Suwann. River Economic Council IN RE: The Marrlag. of
to a d.fault judgment entered on August Inc., Board of Directors will hold a GLENN KEITH MADLEY City of Lawtey has tentatively
14, 1987, by the above entitled Court In meeting of the Board of Directors on Husband,
the above styled cause, the undersigned Monday. S.pt.mb.r 21. 1987, 7.30: p.m.,
Unlt.d States Marshal or any of his duly at the Holiday Inn In Lake City. Florida. andCHRISTOPHER MACAFFREY MADLEY adopted a budget for fiscal 8788.A
authorized deputies will sell the property Ilchg 9/17 W if.. year .
situate In Bradford County Florida NOTICE OF ACTIONTO

described as: INVITATION TO BID : GLENN KEITH MADLEY public hearing to make a FINAL DECI-
Lot 21, Parkwood Subdivision a* per The City of Starke Community Address Unknown
plot thereof r.cord.d In Plat Book 3, Development Office will accept bids for YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action
Page 5 of the public records of Bradford the rehabilitation of a dwelling unit as for dissolution of marriage and SION on THE BUDGET AND TAXES will be
Florida.at filed In
County follows: oth.r relief has been against you
public outcry to the highest and Date of Bid: September 24, 1987 the above-styled court and you are required
best bldd.r for cash at the hour of 12:00: Plac. of Bid: Grant office, 108 E. Call to serve a copy of your written held on Monday September 21 1987 at
noon on October 20 1987 at the front Street. defenses if any to It on DARLA JEAN ,
door entrance of the Bradford County Tim.of Bid: 10:00: a.m. CHRISTOPHER Attorney at Law Terence
Courthouse at Stark., Florida.Dated location of Bid: 810 Oak Street M. Brown P.A., Post Offlc. Draw.r 40, 7:30: p.m. at City Hall Lawtey Florida.
: S.pt.mb.r 10, 1987 Own.r of Unit: Johnny S Gloria Jackson. Stark., Florida 32091 on or before October ,
RICHARD L. COX, JR. Contractor Walk-through Date: 22 1987 and file the original with
United Stat.Marshal September 21, 1987. the Clerk of this Court either b.for..r.
Middle District of Florida Contractor Walk-through Time: 10:00 vice on the above-named attorney or Immediately
Doroth.a Beane a.m. thereafter otherwise a
Assistant U.S. Attorney Contractor Walk-though Place: At the d.fault will be ntrd against you for
Attorney for Plaintiff |lob site. the relief d.mand.d In the Petition. SALEFOREST
9/17 4tchq 10/8 A copy of the work write-up can be WITNESS my hand and official seal 1 of LOTS FOR

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO obtained from the Grant Office at 108 E. this Court on this 14 day of September,
REGISTER Call Street along with a copy of the Stan 1987.
dard P.rformanc. Specifications. Grant GILBERT S.BROWN
offic hours or. 8 a.m. to 12 noon and CLERK OF THE COURTBY
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida that 1.5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Bids Beuloh Moody Take SR 16\West from 301
Statutes, notice Is hereby given be submitted In sealed envelope. Clerk
Freeman Register III, must D.puty Intersection go 4 miles from
the undersigned. In ord.r to be eligible to bid the Con DARLA JEAN CHRISTOPHER
Box 1209. Stark. Florida 32O91, sol. HEIGHTS Starke to signs.
th tractor must meet the Contractor Standards Attorn.y at Law

owner nam*of F.R.K.doing 5..110.10.business. under 1209.* licensing set purposes forth by the and City must of Stark.hold current for TERENCE Attorneys M.for BROWN Wife P.A. SUBDIVISION CALL: ((904)) 475-1848

Intends to register
Stark.. Fla. 32091.
under the City Contractors license. P. O. Drawer 40 LG. Beautiful Pines or
fictitious name
said For furth.r Information contact Stark., Florida 32091
aforesaid statute. Charles Jackson or John Tlnsler at ((904)) ((904)) 964.8272 Paved Streets .(912)) 6814516NOTICE
Dated this 4th day of September 964-8902. 9/17011chg 10/8
1987 In Bradford County. Itchg 9/17
9/10 4tchg 10/1 -

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of Starke has tentatively
Bradford County Board of County Commissionerswill

adopted a budget for fiscal year 8788.A open bids on Monday, October 5, 1987, at 2:00 p.m.on .

public hearing to make a FINAL DECI- the County Health Insurance Plan. If there is any information -

SION on the budget AND TAXES will be needed in this bid, please contact Esther: B. Ellerson,

held on Tuesday, September 22, 1987, at County Finance Director, 964-6280, ext. 250.

7:30 p.m. at City Hall 209 N. Thompson Gilbert Brown

I Street, Starke, Florida.: Clerk to the Boardn

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Cecelia Torwlllegar Mitchell's Drugs

ONCEJN.A.LgEETIME. N Share your love of our country by Bobby & Carolyn Autry
going out and renewing your pledge of Where else but In America could

t allegiance with your friends and anyo". who sings as well as Bobby
neighbors tonight. I am so grateful to Autry be n successful pharmacist? Bob-
live in this country where so many of by and Cuiuiyn are part of a traditionthat
our freedoms are taken for granted. started in 1905.Mitchells DrugStore
:. The same freedoms that brought so They are truly strong believersof
4 many people to our country is now bringing our Constitution and especially the
w' v I people to Bradford County. The "
III."V"P": -- Preamble, which states We, the pea
SEPT. 17 staff at Terwillegar Realty accepts the ple of the United States, in order to
Cecelia Terwillegirr challenge of assisting our newcomersin
form a more perfect Union, establish
finding suitable homes and becom- aLi justice, insure domestic tranquility,
ing a part of our community.Bicentennial ._ r. provide_for the common defense, promote -
(' '" I ">>' the general welfare, and the
Bradford Furniture, Program :. ..- blessings of liberty to ourselves and our
Morris WilliamsOnly posterity; do ordain and establish this I IJ
In American OPENING MILITARY SALUTE (cannon) Bobby&: Carolyn Autry Constitution of the .United States of
can a person Cannon is
pulled onto field and fired America.
achieve whatever he
desires through with all lights off and under spotlight.
hard work and a little luck. I'm very
proud to be a part of a country which -
offers the opportunities we have. No PRESENTATION OF COLORS (marching music) Florida Bank at Starke

I' matter how bad your luck runs, you Various color guards-American Legion Serving Bradford County for over 75
are !still able to bounce back. My ROTC, Fla. National Guard and Air Guard. years Florida National Bank at Starke
thanks to the .Bicentennial Committeefor has shown a lot of respect for the Con-
giving us the opportunity to .'', GIRL SCOUTS PRESENT STATE STARS stitution of the United States of
celebrate our 200 years under one Con- Each Girl Scout (50) will name State and America. We are glad that Bradford
stitution. We urge you to be at the BHS 1, r.A... Date of Ratification under spotlight. County has people who will give so y
stadium Sept 17, to be part of this pro- I Then lights on. much of their time to organize the
: Constitution Bicentennial Day activities .
gram. .
Morris Williams I lavim+ r.,
that will occur at the Bradford
High School stadium today at 7:30
lead singer. p.m. We know this event will be very
successful, and say thanks folks for doing
I I Badcock Furniture COLOR GUARDS LEAVE FIELD all the planning and hard work to

Kim & Jan JohnsonKim (marching music). have made this celebration so good.

and Jan Johnson, your local We are the only country in the worldto
Hadcock furniture. ;More: owners, are BAND PLAYS another song of their choiceas live under a 200-year-old Constitution. &
proud to be a part of a great country. SKYDIVERS arrive with American Although it was written so long .
We the people, are the ones responsible Flag trailing. Florida National Guardto ago, it still works for us today. The a +
for making our Constitution work catch flag. framers wrote the Constitution in a
that has let it to meet the J.E. Tomllnson
for 200 years. We are grateful that the way grow
I framers of the Constitution were intelligent SHORT WELCOME SPEECH by politician. needs of the times. That is why it is.
often called document".
enough to draft a documentthat "living
has served so well' for all these SPECIAL MUSIC ARRANGEMENTS.Choral The policies of Florida National
Bank at Starke have always been for-
The Bicentennial Celebration is
years. -
"America the Beautiful""Battle
groups. mulated to meet the needs of Bradford
in which to show
a fitting way our
Hymn of the Republic".
County and surrounding areas. We
pride in the success of the American
.JIll form of government.(' encourageyou want to serve you in all your banking
to be at the Bradford High School GEORGE WASHINGTON SKETCH needs..you will always get a warm
._ ._ ( welcome Florida National Bank.
-w stadium tonight (Thursday nigni' L" L.10 lights off-spotlight only). at

renew your pledge of allegiance You
will enjoy a fine presentation. Jan and I SING ALONG: "This Land is Your Land".
Kim Johnson
I I are indebted to the Bradford County I Norton
Constitutional Committee For all the JAMES MADISON SKETCH (spotlight only). Telecommunications,
hard work needed to present this program.
Maxie and Jan Norton
SING ALONG: "God Bless America"".
. I II) I Only in America can one person
start a business that competes with the
*BEN FRANKLIN SKETCH (spotlight only). largest in the world. Norton Telecom-
II All State Insurance,
munications is an example of this con
C Kenneth ChittyOnly CHORALE, followed by Pledge to Flag cept. Maxie and Jan Norton are com-
in America is it possible for a (Chorale on stage under spotlight). peting and succeeding against the
person to do almost! anything he or she giants of the industry, in telephone,
desiies. Our great country offers all *GROUND AND AERIAL FIREWORKS DISPLAY sound and security systems. They in-
people an opportunity to choose their (Ground display of American Flag is ignited stall and service systems for your
own vocation, education and lifestyle.We and spotlight is turned off while pledge home office or business. This is why
are very grateful for these k continues.) they think it is so important for all
freedoms and take this opportunity to Americans to renew your pledge ofnlloorianito
and show our appreciation for r iirincr our Constitution\
pause these founding fathers and prove that -y JfIIIII"'" 3i;: -ial-D; '" ck'brati ;; today,

we have not forgotten the men and ', Thursday, at the Bradford High School
women who insured the freedoms we Community Bank Jan Norton stadium. We are proud to be part of a
and our forefathers have enjoyed for Ray Norman community and country that has
200 years and which our children and Starke's only independently owned defended our way of life in wars over
grandchildren will continue to enjoy h banking institution extends a hearty in- the last 200 years. The American pea
for generations to come. I encourageyou !ii.,,'....I... vitation to everyone to attend the Brad- ple have met the test of time. We encourage
to be a part of Bradford County's ford County Constitution Celebrationthis you to take part in this occas-
Bicentennial Day Celebration this Ken Chitty '. Thursday, Sept. 11. at the BHS sion. Our thanks goes to all those who
Thursday. I will see you there. stadium. Stand up and be counted for have worked to make this event possible -

all the rights and privileges;: for whichour ,
forefathers fought. Freedoms Dr.
Leonard Schlofman
which cannot be bought or bargained :

Chastain for this is our inheritance. Join with us On Sept. 17, we celebrate the 200th
in celebration of these benefits. Show of
anniversary our I en-
Evelyn Chastain everyone just how much these rights be
courage you to a part of this
Education freedom of choice civil mean to you and your family. celebration at the BHS Stadium at 7:30

rights, opportunity..all these thingsare p.m. My main concern is for the educa-
guaranteed under the Constitution tion of our children, and the Constitution -
which was adopted by our forefathers is the basis for our freedom in
I I 200 years ago. These rights are ours, education. Keeping our educational
and it is up to us to exercise them. system strong is essential for protectingour
Chastain Jewelry has been in business way of life. My thanks goes to the
since .........., under the ownership of folks who have worked hard in providing
Evelyn Chastain. Children are our this celebration in Bradford
future and we must Insure them of County.
i their rights and privileges. Join with 'r'.4r 1 j_ .c
me and my family this Thursday Sept. nwsar.- t Dr. Len SChlofman II
17, at the Bradford County Constitu-

I II: .... friends tion Celebration.and working Show partners your that family you I ERA Faulkner Realty II
Evelyn; Chastaln do care. Ray Norman Susan FaulknerYou

> ... ,o. ." d."f" are invited to the Bicentennial
program tonight at Bradford High
T Tilwwarnwes School stadium where you will be
'. entertained and educated but most of
ii .
tb "... .. all you will have an opportunity to
1 :,t I renew your pledge of allegiance to our
r 9" : J rSusan II. Constitution. Faulkner Realty extendsour

1 thanks to the Bicentennial Day
"' ," Committee for making this celebration
l otew, G/ .:tI': ...,..,.e', ''''''' idI t possible for the people of Bradford
County We are very proud to be work-
ro Faulkner ing in this community boasting over
1 -x: 40 years of experience in the real estate
,1 business, and we cordially invite
r everyone to attend the program
1 \ tonight. The freedoms that the Con-
_.J _
; r N.' 7 stitution guarantees us are so impor-
tant in operating our business. Susan.
Irene and Paul Faulkner work
together in this community to assist
i f you in your real estate needs.
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Thursday,September 17,1987

Fiesty Catfish Swarm

For Eager Anglersby it I. V feet itI 'n

C7 c7ralsi.ng ; I

Marcia Goodge catfish.A-l stocks fish raisedby I I
., UCT Staff Writer these farmers and then opens its ,
The day was warm,but the people ponds to the public,allowing them to
who sat with intense concentration fish for a small fee of$1.69 per poundof
focused on small spots of color fish caught.
floating on the surface of the calm A-l requires a$1 entry fee and the
water did not appear to notice the only other fee occurs if you actually .' I It I
warmth, except to offer up a silent catch fish, although bait and tackle h'v"- 1 d+ /' l
thought of gratitude to whatever for and rod and reels are also available.You -t ''d'3' I ':1"r !
tune sent the gentle breezes that can bring your own, however, ftf P Sll '
made tiny ripples on the surface of and cane poles are available for the

the pond. public's use free of charge. i- .. ViSG1 _ The quiet was broken only by excited Don't like to clean catfish? That'sno
cries that resulted when one of problem,either,A-l's owner Ran- ?
the red colored corks disappearedfrom dy Sauls will clean, and even fillet, ,
sight and a battle of strengthand your catch for you at a cost of an additional .
determination ended in triumphfor 25 cents per pound. If you .t, ,
for the proud fisherman who was going prefer to clean your own fish, you
to bring home the beginnings of a are free to do that, also. '.. .
delicious dinner farm- Chioccio estimates that the 4"i1...'
raised catfish from A-l Fish Farmson average person who comes to A-l ,
SR-121 just north of Gainesville. spends about$7 per visit,which provides '.
Catfish farming is "an environmentally a relaxing passtime as well as
safe high-tech industry a delicious meal.Farmraised v
," said noted environmentalfilm catfish taste better
maker Philip Chiocchio of than river catfish, said Chioccio,
Gainesville (nicknamed "fish-leap- because a farm-raised catfish feedson
io" by others in the industry). the surface of the water where the
A-l Fish Farms has been in feed is spread, but a catfish raised in
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business for the past year as a the wild is a scavenger and feeds on ; I.-- "" '' Of -' r -w" .c. -
marketing agency for numerous the debris on the bottom. Farm- Good ..
Florida farmers who are involved in s..Pag.4 Fishing. The privately 1 owned pond Is stocked with loads of fiesty catfish Just

-- .- .... _. ... ,.... ... .There's always plenty of fish. on hand at this fishing hole. waiting to make someone a tasty meal.UQ.O .
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/ Fun Day.. Planned at Camp... Blanding-

ByMarkFrledlln or bring the whole family and Join in Country and Western bands are
ATTENTION SHOPPERS. FASHION ALERT! BCT Staff Writer on the events.We're all lookking for scheduled to play on Friday and
Camp Standing is planning ward to It." Saturday nights.
Some of the events and There will also be motocro -ATV
another one of It's Family Fun Day many
FOXY CLOTHES weekend events which were so demonstrations plannned during the races, nature trail rides for on-off
ii i I heavily attended last year: at the weekend include a fishing contest in road motorcycle vehicles,children
II I sprawling training facility.All the crystal clear waters of Kingsley fishing contests BB gun shooting,a
Has arrived In Starke. Did you know that there Is a new clothing store In members, active or retired of Lake, an EOD (explosives-safety) basketball goal shooting contest, a
town? Featuring the latest at discounted the Florida Air-Army national demonstration, and fashioned softball throw,a tug-of-war,open to
styles prices for men women & Guard and employees of the Depptartment three-legged race,a parachute drop all teams, sack races a USO Show,
children. Try us and compare. You'll be glad you did. Locally owne and of Military Affairs are invited for the kids,hay rides taking tours of bluegrass music, refreshments, a
the facility,timed runs,softball,ten- big meal on Saturday night,free dog
operated by Glenda Epps and Alan.r 'ffirJ( to attend and participate in the
Family Fun Day which Is set for Fri- nis and volleyball unit team competitions tags for the kids dart games
,f' ,, SIZES 6 months to 44 We've got It all day, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. ,a big Friday and Saturday cards for dependent children at the and'0'
2527. night bonfire, a civilian aircraft breakfast Sunday morning
"We are expecting a big crowd show, static displays of military Club.
101 Edwards Rd. Starke
SsXKW 964-5650_ just like we had last lear,"a guard land and air equipment,a water sku- For more details contact the
.... '' '' '' spokesperson said. We encourage lag show held on Kingsley Lake and Morale-Welfare-Recreation 533-3423 or 533-3104.unit at
---- everyone to get a unit team together. a military air power flyover Camp Blanding

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_, STARKE v ( TitlesOver

400 top players gathered in
E- .ea0p B Sarasota recently to participate in
the 1987 Florida State Doubles: Rac-
quetball Championships and a
Starke resident walked away with
WD BRAND U.S.CHOICI: top honors in this highly competitivesport.
SPRAY $ 99 M.tCNa t E-Z CARVE97 Starke resident Van DuBolsky
1 1 won two state titles after advancingin
l RIB ROAST . u a crowded draw consisting of
COCKTAIL . s;E ., HOLLY FARMS ORADE A some of the top players in the state.

-- FRYER $ 68 Gainesville's DuBolsky Randy teamed Fishier up to with win

C f rteCOFFEE- $39 1 the 30-and-over age bracket in
BREAST doubles and then with Tampa's Joe
22 n. . ; L'
,M. :. MATE . . SIZESOL VEAl *.L-. division Icaza to capture the 35-and-over
Both teams were successfully
CHUCK $9i defending the titles they had won in
SWANSON last year's sate tournament in
$132 ROAST . u Melbourne.
WHITE CHICKEN SIZE DuBolsky and 'us' stepson Mar
v ,.1 T CALIFORNIA' THOMPSON SEEDLESS cus Patray, also finished third In a
96-CT.MEDIUM or 64-CT.LARGE"r'" WHITE special over-35 and under-18 divi-
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ALPO 9ge 581 Chronic cough of breath
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Multiple Injuries in Crash... cS&e, GOOd Prices j I j

rf.F? |people were" Pi-""*Sunday evening resulting from an accl- A pas-ger I.gmttVs vehicle Jays E.c...It.of Sarte was foteJ to combine to bring you Ttvu 'i
less than a mile Putnam Hall. serious ce.ditis.I.IJalvers@y HMpftal: Smith has bee* released Ter. LOWER PRICES Se f.2
Wynn P.Smith 20.Keystone Heights,driving a 1985 Ford Mustang was rance Olson was taken .. PvtmuCommmitr Hospital sad Us wife _
travelling at a high rate of speed,crossed the center line and struck a 1983 Earlaeene.N.I was i listed La lair a.dftia..
Oldsmobile head-on, driven by Terrence Elwood Olson 50.of Umatllla. Calvert Canadiai
BEAM Extra Mist

I Woman Will Not Be Returned to PrisonA 5.99 12 I

52-year-old Starke woman will Ineffective assistance of counselwas sentence.Martin's husband Jimmy, Martin said the court's ruling last 7.
not be returned to prison for the 1980 the reason given in the mandateby was a Starke emergency medical December for retrial came long :
shooting death of her husband. the higher court of the First technician.He was shot in his homepursuant after she had given up hope of being
Ella Nora "Jackie" Martin had District Court of Appeals. Martin, to a domestic ar ummL freed. wI
served six years of a mandatory 25 who did not take the stand in her own
years sentence when an appellate behalf during her trial, was found
court December 24 overturned her guilty of first degree murder by a
murder conviction. jury that recommended a life LIter .7SO 1.75
Last month Martin pled no contestto
second degree murder rather than t M Tf CttfflfA Smirnoff :
face a second trial. The state, while Rumu Bartles
ready to proceed with a trial,recom- Vodka i
mended no additional time be given &
Martin in return for her plea. RestaurantMantel \
Judge Osee Fagan adjudicated 12? 6 i
Martin guilty and sentenced her to I SnchMfl Cake\ Jaymes ,
time already served Monday in 954-7681
Bradford County Circuit Court.Mar- ?_. ]
tin's attorney, Bradley Stark of 1900 N. Temple Ave.. US 301 N (TfrReiu Motel!) : I
Miami, argued that adjudication Northwest $ 2 :
should be withheld on Martin so she
could return to her nursing career I
and resume her life. Judge Fagan walk-1net Now Open On MondayLunch

denied the recommendation after . . . . 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 175 .750 4 pack
to two hours of
listening testimony given nearly in Martin's behalf. Dinner . . . 3 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGE

Judge Fagan said he had heard Saturday . . . 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Storks-1 mile North of starke on US 301

against nothing Martin to dispute the state's case I Sunday . . Lunch 12 Noon 2:30 p.m. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

Stark, trying to prove Martin suf- Rtflictions Building ;HwyiC44t Dinner 5 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. PATRICKS PUB & PACKAGEKeystone '
fered battered wife syndrome, put Hgls-Open 7 Days a 473-9718
Martin on the stand to give her account i L
of the events leading up to and 100 Yds North of Sf 100 on HWY 21 North

including the shooting A -- i

psychologist_ who !examined .and J
tested Martin in July, testified he ...
thought Martin fit the profile of a BRYAN'SAEHardware ,
passive woman who was caught in ctiti
the 'syndrome'. Three Reasons \
After nearly two hours of
testimony and arguments, Judge
Fagan took only a minute to rule, CallEARS
saying nothing presented had changed To antketizMl
the state's case.

termite a Pest Control .. .. .. I
FHP To Man '#' .
CheckpointsBradford SAVE up TO $500 on TORO's PREMIUM RIDERS

CountyThe ,, '. Prices I II
Florida Highway Patrol I
will be conducting driver license ,' Start at
check- "It's convenIent!"
and vehicle inspection g'
.eik ,
the week of Sept. 18 .
points during '
With Sears authorized Termite& Pest ._
through Sept.24 on SR-21,SR-100, $969.95with
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CR-16, CR-21B, CR-225, CR-125, there's no need to schedule inconvenient
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CR-230 and CR-100A in Bradford i NO MONEY

County. '
no odor!

Sears authorized Termite& Pest Control's :. & and Payments as

Killguard 365 treatment is odorless in the Low
... as
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even know your home's been treated..but : i. '\ $40. per month to

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A warm welcome to new Girl "works. !" 0
Scouts and leaders and of course
welcome back to registered scouts. One annual Killguard 365 treatment works
144 new girls and adults were w for you all year long!And retreatment is provided
registered at the Fall Roundup Sept. at no additional charge necessary.
10, which is a great addition to our
present registration which totals
nearly 300 girls and 90 adults.
Leaders include: Hampton Unit
Cluster Chairman (UCC) Betsy

Hersey UCC Barbara and Debbie Reed and Broome Beulah; RJE Len- Call today for a free estimate! 4 Save

non; Lake Butler UCC Diane Ask r
Tierney, Bobble Howell, Ramona ...........I..."161-6051 torot..chMl-7MO S..Ld2a.aIM
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leaders there is still a couple
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UCC or when thia ad to pour San autlrorkad
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Catfish Swarm-

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raised catfish Is therefor a purer and fish raising operation near The fish average anywhere from time said owner Sauls.Sauls Fish is said by doctors to be a "SSfto Incentivein
cleaner fish. Okeechobee (the fish are not from12: pounds and A-l usually stocks has to buy fish to stock his healthful food, although Americans another added 11
I A-l buys its fish from farmers with the lake.) an average of 1,000 pounds at the ponds because he can't raise them still only consume an estimated 13 that one of the fish in the catching pond
fast enough to meet the demands of pounds of fish each year for each tagged and numbered and
.F ne f '" y e, K the public who come to fish there he person. A-1 has numerous recipes that particular catfish will yield ISO>>
;J;; says. available offering a wide variety of cash to the lucky fisherman.
eJ. ; r Chioccio says that with more tastes. A-ll la open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
.. .' farmers becoming Involved in raising There is the added Incentive of being (dark) Monday through Saturday No
catfish Industries like A-l are able to relax with nature, and and 12 noon- dark on Sunday. A-l
necessary to provide a viable besides the rural setting of the pond, fishing license II required at
I market for them. it also offers ideal bird-watching. since the pond is privately
After experts from the University Birds feeding on the fish in the pond (This reporter caught her first fish
of Florida tented hundreds of Include neoreys, anhinaas and two at A-l and has ince b enjoyed catching
varieties of catfish, they discoveredthat oaid eagles which feed early in the many more.)
the Channel Catfish is best
i ir suited to domestication in fish raising -
operations. Experiments are .
continuing at UF with other species IS YOUR
of fish, but the final word has not yet l o SACK!:
been received on other species. "our WHACK"Ix'f' c:
There are some bream in the A-l
pond, but the bream species doesn't WHCTMCK
lend itself well to domestication .V lI'RI' SUFrc2IMG" ,
since that species tends to breed FROM BAtKACHC.3TIFFWCSS ,
quickly and overstock the pond, ,SOBSCHIROPRACTIC
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causing the fish to remain small or
even die out.Cbioccio :
WI j3 says A-l was built on the BACK IK)
concept of an environmentaUy safe .I.I/rI.IMiIolT'
industry that is both economical and j1f..
.r ytt fun. He noted that a day fishing ----
+ would cost lest than a day golfing,
and you can't eat the golf ball. Helping you fc; is what we do
A-1 is also geared to meet the feel good. best!
needs of the novice fisherman, providing
cane poles and tackle rigs
t ATlt. q., free for use when the $1 entry fee is
) paid.The pond is ideal for the parent
f'i wishing to spend quality time with
youngsters, since catching catfish in
the well-stocked pond is almost
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September 17, 1987 BISECTION Page*

Recent ArrestsIn .

Bradford CountyThe ....... I.
following arrests were made .,. /
in Bradford County according to the '.
sheriff's office. .. : .

Loretta Baugess, 20, of Starke
was arrested Sept. 10 on a capias
charging criminal mischief, failure\
to appear for petit theft charges,
bonds totalling 50125. A new i
Charge of grand theft with bond set
at $2,000 was also added. She remains 871CiaiiCr
in custody.

Jack E. Braden Ft. Benning Ga.
was arrested for loitering and prwol-
ing. bond set at$105. He was released -
on his own recognizance.Mark .
I. I
S. Doss was arrested Sept.
12 for disorderly Intoxication and
resisting an officer with violence.
Bond was set at $601,25 he was
released on his own recognizance.

Phillip Harold Reagan,42,was ar- 30 left
rested Sept. 10 for disorderly con- days
duct, according to Deputy Doug
York. He was released after a
. $100.75 cash bond was posted.

I Van Harold Prescott was charged UP TO
! on a warrant Sept. 12 with violation t 0 C ear ou t
1 of probation for battery and driving $1000
! while license suspended (failure to 1 90/
appear). Bond was set at $433,
I Prescott remains in custody. CASH 11 I
: a 87 S in

I, George Randall Crews,21,was arrested Financing'
I Sept. 12 for possession of cannabis BACK!
i according to Patrolman $350 CALAIS
I Michael D. Spears. The arrest was stock and
. made while routine
by Spears on
$300 SPRINT, o .
11 patrol. Crews was released after a $700 CUTLASS
$262.50 surety bond was posted.
! '
j Traffic $700 SIERRA

, Johnny Keith Morris,26,of Starke $300 NOVA.
I wasarrestedSept.12at1:26a.m.fordriving : make room.$700DELTA88
under Influence and no valid $350 CAMARO .
( driver's license according to
1 Trooper Calvin Pace. Morris' blood
t f alcohol content was .17 percent. He ,$350 -
! was released after a $467.50 surety CUSTOM
:,I bond was posted. $600 CAVALIER for the 88s

{ Eight SentencedIn $700 CELEBRITY $1000 4n all

Circuit Court '
Eight defendants appeared Sept. $350 CAPRICE Last Week's Winner 98's in stock

14 in Bradford County Circuit Court
I where their cases received final Lawrence PatrickRegister
disposition before Judge Osee
Fagan. to win 2 Fla.-Ca. Tickets when you
Robert Olin of
Fulgham guilty
dealing in stolen property was plac- test-drive a New Chevy Olds Car or Truck
ed on five years probation with
special conditions ordered to make
$75 restitution within 60 days.
Robert L. Holden guilty of attemptto
commit robbery was sentenced to That's why we want to
six months in Bradford County Jail you .
with credit for time served followedby
four years probation with special
conditions.The .

rested following during an individuals undercover were opera-ar- WRITE YOUR OWN '
tion in the spring as part of the DEAL .
sheriff's department drug cleanup in

.,,,Bradford County.
Tod' Eric: Jackson,22.Astl Street. ....... .. .,,
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I rollea substance placed on five "

year years in probation Bradford concurrent County Jail with, fined one (; :;\ 0&ttMack -

$500 plus $300 toward trust fund to

sheriff.Nathaniel Thompson Jr., 35, guil- f,: '..*... ..... ; ,'" .
ty of possession of a controlled 10 --. : 1b '
substance, sale and delivery of a :
controlled substance placed on five "
years probation with one year in the ', "r
county jail or submit to drug abuse ,'-'
counseling fined $500 plus $300 cost :
to sheriff's office.
Todd Jackson guilty of a second Vernon Reddish Jack Coleman Lorna Reddisn Tom Smith McClendon
count of possession of a controlled _
substance placed on five years probation

and Dorothy delivery concurrent.Helen Risby of a guilty controlled of sale We will not refuse any reasonable offeron

substance placed on five years probation
must not re-open business
fined $500 plus $300 to sheriff's fund in !
within four months. any new car our inventory

Linda A. Young, 32, Brownlee St.
guilty sale and delivery of a controlled -
substance placed on five years
probation must submit to abuse
treatment, fined $500 plus $300 to
sheriff's fund.Edward .
Otis Smith, 35, Keller St
guilty sale and delivery of a controlled 1987 Olds Delta 88
substance placed on five years
probation to run concurrent with
probation he's already on with
special conditions submit to
counseling, fined $500 plus $300
costs. .. -.-- Beretta GT Coupe
Keith Coy Jones,22,Charles Court -- .
guilty sale and delivery of a controlled .
substance placed on five years

probation Sept..$500 8Morris fine must plus seek$300 abuse costs.counseling ti" !_ :""r 1988 BERETTA GT

Patrick Sheehan 30, of 5 models to select from
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Sheehan was sentenced to one yearIn
the county jail for criminal
mischief (to run concurrent). A five '
years probation will follow the jail from
time and Sheehan was ordered to
make restitution.
Sheehan was arrested in April
after he broke into a home on Oak:
Street. Charges against co-
defendant. Lucy Brightwell
Sheehan,were dismissed.
Tony Henderson guilty resisting
officer without violence, trespassingafter
warning was sentenced to one
year on each count consecutive. "
Henderson was found guilty of -
violation of probation for leaving
scene of an accident with personal
injury and was sentenced to the
Department of Corrections for two
years with credit for time served.
Carl Andrew Jackson was found .
guilty of violation of probation for
possession of a controlled substanceand .
was sentenced to 30 months OR1AN WELLS

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Page* BSECTION September 17, 1987

Accident Sends 4 to HospitalThe

safest place to go Saturday, approximately 40 mph according to
Sept 12,morning was not the poet office Trooper John W Ram ach.
at least not the Lake Geneva The Datsun turned left into the left
Post Office. side of the 1978 Ford, then spun
Four vehicles were Involved in a around in the drive and struck the
fender bender at 10:43: a.m. which Toyota in the left side. The 1978 Ford
sent four people to Bradford was forced off the road striking a
Hospital.A parked 1985 Ford,driven by Dorothy
1974 Datsun, driven by Ruby Carrin Davis, 55, of Lake Geneva In
Vera Snow, 78, of Lake Geneva was the right side, said Trooper Ram-
eastbound on SR-100, followed by a bach.
1978 Toyota, driven by Sandra Glover; Davis and her passenger
... Mindler Glover 34, of Interlachen.The Alan Harold Davis, 68; and BlancheD.
Datsun was slowing on the approach Carlson a passenger in the Snow
the the of- vehicle were all transported to Brad-
to driveway of post
ford Hospital for treatment and/or
fice.A 1978 Ford, driven by Donald observation.
.T Dexter Rawlings, 68, of Lake Total damages to the four vehicleswas
rnt 7t1u4 s d. approximately $3,700.
nova Was westbound on SR-100 at
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,. .. ,' .r. .;.",.,::"'..;.I..r. ',,<"'.J" ,.... .' "'" 123 Runs Made By RescueBradford
: ? r. ? County Emergency Ser Hand Surgery Center. One patientwas
U--K. &Jw&>4i"I vices responded to 123 calls during transported to the Veterans
the month of August, according to Hospital.Twentysix.
Supervisor Cliff Chapman. 70 calls were to illness
transports required the transportingof related patients. Twelve people suf-
76 patients. 53 calls required no fered trauma and an additional eight
,,, .. ... ..... .. from auto
.. suffered trauma resulting
I :rw" -"- -r.u = .r. "" "'E..n "; .jr..I.: ; ;' ;" ''''' ''''' !Jt' ''11 transporting.Six
made the back- accidents.
runs were by
Multiple Vehicle Accident... up unit. Three patients were Twelve people suffered
and respiratory problems, five calls
A four vehicle accident Saturday morning In front of the Lake Geneva Four people were taken to Bradford Hospital for observation and treat. patient transported was by ShandsCair transported one by were to cardiac patients and one call
Post Office resulted In several people being injurled. ment. Damages to the four vehicles totalled 13,700 approximately. StatFlight One patient was was to an obstretlc patient.
transferred to Rescue 74 at the Clay
Two calls to stabbing victims -
County line. were
Sept. 23 Meeting Set for Solid Waste PlanThe The majority of the patients, 46, four were overdose victims
North Central Florida Regional Planning Council will con- were taken to Bradford Hospital.Nine and two were in emotional crisis.
duct a public meeting in regard to the Comprehensive Regional patients were taken to Alachua One call was to a boating accident,
Solid Waste Management Master Plan on Wednesday,Sept.23,at 7 General five to Shands and one to four calls were false alarms,one call
p.m. The meeting will be held at the TREEO Center located off North Florida Regional Hospital, all was alcohol related and seven people
Tower Road two miles South of the junction of SR 26 and 1-75. in Gainesville. Six patients were were dead when the unit arrived.
SAWYER Purpose of the meeting is to provide citizens of the region with an taken to Reception Medical Center One call was for standby at a struc-
'. opportunity to discuss the solid waste management options cur- iiH two to Lake Butler Horpltal ture fire.
rently being proposed. Camp Dresser & McKee, the project
iGAS & APPLIANCES engineers, will make a presentation at this time.
Officials from the 13-county: region of Alachua, Baker, Bradford,
Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette, Woman Held for Child AbuseA
Madison Suwannee, Taylor and Union counties will attend.
FaH Into Citizen input is invited and encouraged. For information call
4 495-9215. 22-year-old mother was arrestedand hit her in the stomach on earlier oc
charged with aggravated child casions. Sept. 9 she punched the
abuse after she allegedly beat her child in the stomach then threw her
boyfriend's four-year-old daughterlast against a closet door, causing the
I Wednesday night. child to become unconscious said
Karen Renee Anderson was arrested Denton. Rescue 75 responded when
SAVINGS. Sept 10 at a GainesvUle called by a neighbor and the child
Iii hospital by Alachua County was taken to Shands Hospital where
authorities and released to Bradford she was admitted to the pediatric In-
1 1 1 I County,according to Lt.John Demp- tensive care unit with a shattered
right lope of her kidney, an abrasionover
seyAnderson lives with her two her right eye and an abrasionover
children, her boyfriend and his two the left ear. said Denton.
children in Lazarro's Trailer Park As of press time the child has been
DENMARK I between Keystone and Melrose in moved from the unit and her condi-
La-Z-Boy southeast Bradford County, according tion is listed as stable, she is expected
Den to Investigator Don Denton.She to recover and be releasedsoon.
l remains in the custody of the Brad- .
"SMALL WONDER"CAMCORDER '- '" ford County Jail under a $25,000 The remaining children in the
bond home were turned over to HRS
.. Anderson had apparently become authorities and later released to
Y. Can; D Ittttr 1 D nmarii Furnitur.* fraustrated with the child and had family members.

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: A; Mr.Oliver Clemons in Mcintosh Cemetery, Marion In Loving Memory and the staff of Bradford Hospital'
Mr.Oliver E.Clemons,78,of Lake County. Archer Funeral Home of Of A Loving Mother They took extra steps and time to
0 m dfpn Butler,died Sunday afternoon in the Lake Butler Is In charge of ar Marlon Jones Gnann see about her needs.
Oaks Rehabilitation Center In rangements.Mr. Faye&Ervln Andrews
Gainesville after an extended II- Born:August31,1919 Sylvia&Vernon Reddish
lness. Winfred Hazen; Died:September I', J,,' The Family of Hazel Paulk

A lifelong resident of Union Coun- Mr. Winfred M. Hazen, 68, of Card of ThanksWe
ty, Mr. Clemons was a retired Gainesville,died Monday,Sept.14 at Card of Thanks
carpenter and a member of the North Fla.Regional Medical Center. wish to thank each and every The Family of Carlyle Marks
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Born in Brooker, Mr. Hazen one for their deep concern of the loss Ritch would like to express our
Saints. retired as area supervisor with the of our loved one. thanks and appreciation for the
Survivors include two daughters Dept.of Revenue.He was a memberof Thanks for all the cards, lovely flowers, food, thoughts and acts of
Mattie Varnes of Lake City and the First Baptist Church. flowers, and good food, but most of kindness during our recent Iou.MayGodBleIIYou1.
4 Geraldine Reed of Newberry; and Survivors include his wife Ruth all,for your prayers.By Gods grace
two sisters Doular Mosley of Starke Boyles Hazen of Gainesville; two and His love for us,we will be able to The Family of
and Eunice Regar of Lake Butler ,daughters, Mary Ruth Brown and endure our loss. Carlyle Marks Bitch
Graveslde funeral services were Susan Balloon, both of Gainesville; The Eldon Sapp Family
I held Tuesday in Douglas Cemetery son, Monroe Hazen of Neptune Memories
Card of Thanks
in Union County with Bishop Ernest Beach; brother Aubrey Hazen of Of a Mother's Love
Peacock officiating. Burial followed Gainesville; ands grandchildren. Perhaps you sent a lovely card, ETHEL R. YOUNG
under the direction of Archer Funeral services will be held Or sat quietly in a chair.
Funeral Home of Lake Butler Thursday, Sept. 17 at 10:30: a.m., at Perhaps you sent a floral piece, September 18, 1986
Williams-Thomas Chapel of the If to we saw It there. A Mother's Love is something that
Lloyd E.CanonMr. Chimes with Dr. Randall Perry officiating Perhaps you spoke the kindest no one can explain.It .
Lloyd Eugene Canon 59, of Burial will be in Antioch words is made of deep devotion and of
Starke died Tuesday. Cemetery in LaCrosse, Fla., under As any friend could say; sacrifice and pain.It .
Having moved here from New the direction of Williams-Thomas Perhaps you were not there at all is endless and unselfish and enduring
Bedford, Pa., Mr. Canon lived in Funeral Home of Gainesville.In Just thought of us that day. ,come what may,
Starke for the past six years. lieu of flowers, the family requests Whatever you did to console our For nothing can destroy it or take
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. contributions be made to the hearts. that love away.
Phyllis Jean Canon of Starke; three First Baptist Church,425 W. University We thank you so much whatever the Your children:
daughters, Mrs. Shirley Ann Ave.,Gainesville,Florida 32601. part. Harriet,Linda Evelyn,
Eichelberber of South Carolina, o Special thanks to Dr. Pete Glanas Harry Young,Jr.,&the Grands
Mr. Leeman Shadd
Mrs. Sandra
Marie Torres and Ms.
Susan Louise Canon, both of Starke; Mr. Leeman Edward Shadd,60,of ,. v See meat
three sons, Scott Warren Hunt of Sanderson,died Tuesday,Sept. 15 in + t t
Starke, William S. Hunt of South the Frank Well Nursing Center in
Carolina and Lloyd E. Canon II of Macclenny following a long illness. TerwillegarMotors
Starke; sister,Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Born at Raiford,he lived in Union
Goltare and brother, William F. and Baker Counties his entire life.
Canon, both of Starke; 7 grand- He was a refrigeration mechanic un-
children and several nieces and til ill health forced his retirement. } fa-
nephews. Survivors include his wife, Vonda
Funeral services will be held Friday Norman Shadd of Sanderson; three New and Used Cars & Trucks
at 11 a.m.in the chapel of Archie daughters, Carolyn Shadd of 206 W. Madison St. Starke
Gainesville, Elaine Shadd and Pam
Tanner Funeral Home with Rev.
Tom Crafton officiating. Burial will Shadd both of Sanderson, two i!! + 96472OOEddie
follow at Crosby Lake Cemetery.Ar- sisters, Willa Mee Taylor of k .
chie Tanner Funeral Home of Starkeis Jacksonville and Wanda Barber of Starlln..s'BI"dlal
in charge of arrangements. Canton, Ga.; four brothers, O.L.
Shadd of Jacksonville, Leon and '
Mrs.Janice Hales Lowell Shadd both of Lake Butler r''& :i"OYln rSdu'fi' "' :

Mrs. Janice Ann Estes Hales, 28, and Leslie Shadd of Brooker Norris; and of .".,-, _. .\ ....' .. ., ." : 0'" .. ..:.g,(: le.,,, l
of Nashville,Tenn.,died Saturday at one grandson, Jonathan
her home after a sudden illness. Gainesville. US 301 SOUTH, Above Bradford Florist
Funeral will be held
Born in Gainesville, Mrs. Hale services
moved to Nashville seven months Thursday at 2 p.m.in the New River GOWNS New and Used Rentals
ago. She served in the U.S. Army, New Congregational Methodist
Chruch with Rev. John Yarbroughand
and was a secretary and a memberof Rev. Michael Norman officiating NEW LINE OF "LINGERIE"Wishing
the Providence Village Baptist Burial will follow in Pine
Church. Grove Cemetery under the directionof Well Rentals for weddingsJust Arrived
Survivors include her husband,
Archer Funeral Home of Lake Handmade gifts -ALL BRIDAL ACCESSORIES
Tallest Plants This Season... John W. Hales of Nashville Tenn.; Butler.
one son, Loren Jay Holland of Ox- We Do
The tallest marljuanla plants located this seASOn>> wv, f "llalt\ | weekon nard,Calif.; parents,Jack and Edna VO OA/1* -"OOOO QAAC We Do
private property off US-391( north Of St tlle. Estes of Gainesville; brother, Alterations + Alterations
Florida Highway Patrol pilot Randy Allen IOCfct 4 the tho plots two James L. Estes of Gainesville;
miles north of Starke just off US-301, according! U,ileA tyooie.The sisters, Debra Jean Rockwood of
85 plants In the three plots were cut and IMUM' Sept.&, said Moore. Atlanta, Ga., and Jacki Lynn Estesof
64 of the plants were 14 feet tall. 13 plant were tight to flli>\!feet tall and Gainesville.
eight were four feet tall. Funeral services will be held
According to Lt. Moore arrests are expected! Thursday at 2 pm at the Providence
Participating In the pot<< pull was Moore,Lt.WtaMw P_rbf,Trooper ftC Village Baptist Church in
Roberts and Deputy Eugene Lee. Providence, Fla. Burial wLl J follow

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13 ACRES ((4'/ acre cleared rest In LOSTi LARGE CAT Block with white 9"7776ImJ
good timber)) 2 BR mobile home usedas around neck and face in Bessent Road x 205 N. T*>
I a rental at entrance of property area 9646808. Itehg 9/11
A-frome. 2 BR, both aatellite, dock Several money-making pecan trees LOST MALI CHIHUAHUAs W.nt missing Liberty 14x52. front kitchen 2 BR, 1 m* Ufa*** jwwuiwMr.1
fumiihad 44500. Contact Ralph Crisp around mobile home. $28,000, You 9/12. name Is Chl-Cho. He Is brittle color bath S2.5OO equity and assume $2.000 Cecelia Terwllleqar | i
R.a y. Andrew, N.C.,800-438-8621 or Finance. Call for appl.964.6305 days or (brown and black), has broken toll balance U-Move-It. Must sell.
Murphy NC 8004387713. lean 87-362 7823861. TFjm .....NEW LISTINGS_ 1
Call for
964.6493 after 6 p.m. TFjo on end. 473-4852 ask Diane or
Call 964-5764 after NEW t USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy -BE THE FIRST IN LINE Deerwood S/D. luxurious brick.: 3 BR 3*a. tamta 1
LOT IN CITY $6,000. ; bring by 745 McMahon St. Itpd 9/17
ANIMALS & PETS 5. call 964-5251. 3/07 tfn LOST DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING Wells at AAW Mobile Homes, 964.6407 living room, fireplace, screened porch enclosed garage awlmming pool. I
44 ACRES with 2 BR house or will divide white gold set In yellow gold ring or 9646408. 8/14 tfnrw fenced and beautifully landscaped. $105,000A
FOR SALE Into 10 acre or more tracts 964.7771 or guard. Lost 9/10 In or near Wlnn Dixie, 24 X 60 DOUBLEWIDE. all set up In Olln's TOUCH OF CLASS New brkk 3 BR.3 Ba Mimosa Dr.. )just oH BeeMMt... t
964.4531.5/14 TFchg Starke, REWARD. 4734441. Itpd 9/17 Subdivision. Ready to move into. Gorgeous, custom drapes throughout plush carpeting b.artifullydesige-
ROTTWEILER PUPS AKCi (275 och. 1.27 ACRES shady close to ,lakes. South 13800. Financing available. Call ed kitchen with everything enclosed garage, fir..place with tmttMotor.
Champion bloodline.. 9644238. 8/13 of Stark. Call 282.3057 eves. 8/27 964.5606.6/11 tfnchg 90000. Have to see to appreciate!
tfnchg 4tchg 9/17 REAL ESTATE 2 DOUBLEWIDE REPO'Si Financing -40 ACRES OFF RD. 16E 1970 slnglewlde. double caw garage, 2 banns.
THREE OELDINCSt 4.6 y... old. All or. FOR SALE available. Call 1-272-0625 collect tIn storage trailer 3 wells, farrowing pen all for $78,000. Anumable. Mortgage
g.ntl. and good for beginning rid.... 2 USED DOUBLEWIDESi Low payments
of .
PERSONAL SERVICESWANT $28.000 at FIVE percent Int.r..t.IRICK
496-2093.9/10 2tpd 9/17 Low down payment. Call 1-272-0650
BUILDING Rd. Finish""-IrnIdIe; to
40x100. on one acre on Morgan
BATMAN/ CHICKENS call 431-1950 after OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and collect tin
a p.m. 9/10 2tpd 9/17 TO DRINK dry wooded 'lots. Mobile home, cabin 1970 MOBILE HOME for sale: 2700. suit your needs. $60,0001
4 BRAHMA BULLS purebred, $500 Co.h. THAT'S YOUUUSINESS camping O.K. Hunting and fishing. 431.1050.8/206tchg 10/1 ROOM TO ROAM: 4 BR. 2 Ba story/wood/concrwte 101...... 2 bom.
John Reddish 964-6565 after 5 p.m. WANT TO STOP, $5.450 w/$150 dn., $63.71 monthly. HOMES OF MERIT!4 BR, 2 Ba deluxe, low workshop all situated on 12 acres. $85,000.
9/104tpd 10/1 THAT'S OURS ((904)) 236-4579 days ((904)) 622.2438 down payment 11.49% at BENEFITS GALORE: 11.364 sq. ft. brick commercial ....lId...... 149 S.
Alcoholics Anonymous eves. 2/12 tfn $259/month. UNCLE ROY'S MOBILE Thompson St. This property Is In the Enterprise Zone; which offers. 1 jobs
BOATS 94-4150-94-62 COUNTRY HOME In Warren County, HOMES. 9043518514. 9/10 4tchg 10/1 credit, tax credit, sales tax exemptions, redI'L
pd thru 9/17 Georgia. Deer and turkey country. Sit BRIGADIER 3 BR. 2 Ba, den 11.49% at ENJOY A LOVELY SUNSET on Sampson Lake:Large high and' dry............
CHAIN LINK FENCE! Installed. Fr.. on 10 acres 35 pecan and fruit trees. $279/month. Deluxe throughout. UNCLE 1985 doublewlde, 3 BR, 2 Ba. fireplace deck facing lake side.
BOORUM JET BOATS 18 ft., 460 c.l. Ford estimates, Handy-Man Fence Co. Small pond. Only $67,900. ROY'S MOBILE HOMES
Owner Reddish. 964.8559 tfn 1-404-465-3768. fcan 87.370 .....COMMERCIAL.....
engine with chrome "good I.. drives Tommy 904-351-8514.9/104tchg 10/1
electrical SOUTHEAST ALABAMA 155 301 N: 1.5 acres, MH hook-up 2 bldg.,240'on 301.great value 1 31000
on trailer. Extra sharp Lt. HANDYMAN carpentry painting acres paved LIBERTY 3 BR, 2 Ba, 14x80 low down
blue/metalflake. MUST SELL. Reduc.d Complete home repair. road, 17 tillable, balance wooded, payment 11.49% at $169/month. UN. 301 N: by Econo Lodge 165.01'on 301 Si305m
to $4,500.782.3660. TFjmIS Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor. creek deer and turkey abundant. CLE ROY'S MOBILE HOMES. 301 N, approximately 150' x approx.220' $)23OOO!
Ft.BASS BOATS Hurst 50 hp Mercury RB0049306 Call Mitch. 4733940.9tm 58125. Terms. Contact Barron 904.351-8514.9/10 4tchg 10/1 301 N: Dairy Queen Building lease option? 193000.
trolling motor d.pth finder. 275-2650 SEWING MACHINE REPAIR: All makes Strother Broker United National, P.O. 19M CLOSE OUT:5% down easy credit, 301 S: 193'301 frontage % njaoo
after 6 p.m. Itpd 917WATERFRONT cleaned, oiled and adjusted $15. Used Box 735. Troy, Ala. 36031. 3 and 2 bedrooms. Full warranty as low 301 and Washington Street 262.5.105' $91,500
sewing machines for sale. James 203-566-1870 203-733-2442. fcan as $139 month. UNCLE ROY'S MOBILE 301 S: 270 ft.on 301, approx. 2 acres S1SO/000
Strickland Rd. and Hwy 87-366 10/1
corner Morgan HOMES 904.351.8514.9/104tchg
16. Stark. 964.8733.3/19 fin REPO'S Assume payments, double and
RD. 100 EAST 1.37 wooded and $ TflCO
LAWN SERVICE for residential and com VACATION RESORTS OR single wldes. As low as $139month.Free : ocrea. plotted
SAMPSON LAKE 3 BR. 2 Bath fireplace, mercial. Reasonable rates fr. credit check UNCLE ROY'S 105th AVE., LAWTEY:2 'V ocrea cleared $ 8500
dock, 4 Inch well 62000. 4733843. estimates. 964-4238. 7/16 tfnchg RENTALS MOBILE HOMES. 9043518514. 9/10 HAMPTON 438 acre..This property hot everything $438,000
7/30 tfnchg COMPLETE HOME REPAIR 4tchg 10/ LAWTEY: 5 acres, 105th Ave.. good investment S 13500
SAMPSON LAKE ESTATES Lake front painting electrical plumbing.carpentry COTTAGES. Fully furnished, Dally, CLEAN 10x40 2 BR 1 bath. See at RD 100 E:12: acres plus fish pond wide open apace $26/000/
and lak. access. Lots available from Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor weekly monthly ra.... Also mobile Mimosa Manor MH Park. 9647498. FLUME RD.: 9 ocrea loins Country Club. Condos?Time Share? 549500
$9000. Zoned Res/mobile home. 3 '/ RB0049306. Call Mitch. 4733940. 8/20 home pork spaces for rent and homes 9/17 TF SR 16 WEST: approx. 7 acres $13000IS,9CO
miles west of Starke on beautiful TFchg for sole MT. VIEW RESORT. U.S. 64E 1915 FLEETWOOD DOUBLEWIDE 26x52, OKLAWAHA RIVER: 3 beautiful acrea, river frontage $
Sampson Lake ((2000 + acres) Excellent DO YOU NEED TO WORK but can't Highlands Rd.. Franklin N.C. ((704)) 3 BR, 2 bath shingle roof and masonite PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.: 20.16 acres, 3 wells,
fishing skiing, and boating. because of high cost of child car.? I am 524-4605. 6/11 tfnchg siding, plywood floors. Equity of $700 2 septic tonka, 2 poles, owner finance $50,1100$27goo
904964.7755 Christian woman that wants to help. and assume payments of Or will split each
eve-SM-XOfl Own.r Ibrok.r 8/13 tfnchg Call 782.3462.910 TF $249.82/monlh. 9648917. Itchg 9/17 BROWNLEE RD.: 36.43 acrea,owner finance,great location $82.332
ALTERNATIVE TO NURSERY/DAY CARE BAYLESS HWY: 50 acres, frame home egg farm
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY for children newborn to two. 24 hr loving The plant life in the oceans makes up about 85 percent of the greeneryon Owner finance, ".ggs-ottly"what you need $2SO/DDO

RENTLEASESALECORNER home care. References available.$45week. the planet. .....HOMES.....
Call Connie 964-4812 between
8-11 a.m. Monday-Friday. 9/11 STARKE: Bright & airy 1240 Blanding St.,
BUILDING and/or restaurant 2tchg 924WINDOW Mint condition, newly remodeled
equipment for I 1.0... Will sell equipment TINTING car or home. Immediate occupancy 1720 .q.ft.. CH/A
seperately. Across from Santa f. 964.4758.9/17 4tchg 10/8 964-8931 1454: 3BR Iba, like new con 4 BR 2 Ba, great room fenced extra
Community College. Best restaurant DOUG r MON TREE SURGEONS all types G veniently located 26000. closets, tool shed 44/OOO-
location In town. 9647188. 8/6 tfnchg tree work done. Over 7 yrs. experience. 473-3096 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: Townhouse, Gonevo Springs 2.263 aq. H...
FOR LEASES 1,000 sq. ft..301 South next 964.4288.9/17 2tpd 9/24 1453: Brick home 5 acres, 3 BR, 3 Bo 2 car garage&2 spaces,90% financing S *...DD
to United Realty 964-8843 964-8447, WILL BABYSIT in my home. Monday. Melrose area. EDWARDS LOOP: 3 BR, 2 Ba. I acre, ,..'*go country $ eJBOO
or eves, 4733627. 4/16 tfnchg Friday 730530.: : ALL AGES. Have STROUT REALTY 1396: 20 acres zoned mobile ALVAREZ COURT: 2 BR. 1 Ba, landlord off your payroll S 204)00
BY OWNER: 1100 sq. ft. building excellent references. Nice new home and large home park 2 bedroom home. LAKE BUTLER: 4 BR. 2 Ba. 90 years+ memories S 26,1KB
business location. Days call yard hot lunches, snacks, and learning I Incorporated RD 100 across New River Bridge, MH 3.33 acrea- $47,500
964-7024 or eves call 4851316. 9/17 program. 9644755. 9/17 2tchg 9/24 Lie. Real Estate Broker 4375* : small mobile park plus I 2 FRANCIS ST 3 BR. 1 Bo. CB. privacy fence bock S 33,000

2tchq 9/24 rental homes, 4 acres. ORANGE AND PRATT: 2/1 frame, handyman'dream 2S.OOO;
838 N. Temple Ave. 374: Day care business, full BROOKER: 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oaks SID extra lot $ 44.000

(U.S. Hwy. 301)) capacity. MENG DAIRY RD., 2.25 acres.3/1 CB. CH/A. eo near S..OJDDljl
i HILDA W, ALLEN IB Stark., FL 32091 We Have Rentals CROSBY LAKE CANAL: 2 BR. I Ba CHI A. frame $411OOOKingaley
...$ales Associate_.._. 'IM'a Lake Village: 2 BR. 1 Ba. Frame $ 29,500
Office(912)) 436-2733 Both Residential & Commercial After Hours -

Res. ((912)) 244.2181 September 26-Voldoata. Ga. Pauline Randolph 432S
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Nursery CenUr John Longford -Master Appraiser 46-221
Anne Terwlllegar Nelson 471-7341
September 29--Camllle, Ga. Randy Cory 47S-2SVF

Farm Equipment : \\Accefcrated'JfeaJfy

Celebrate Safely
1210 DAWSON RD.,SUITE 102/ALBANY GA 31707 : 964-4544

1520 s. Walnut St. 'tO" i

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Wayne E. Douglas MSA GvIk

Designated Appraiser

If Homes!' Lots/Acreage/ Waterfront ********************

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[ NORWEGIAN BRICK 3BR 2BA Dining Kitchen Combo.

CH/A, Range & Refrfg. Well & Septic. Carpet. 1200 S/F. 1.5
e Acres. ,

Jae Dining Rooms. 3BR/3BA. CHI A. Family Room w/Flreplace.

Susan M. Faulkner, GRI. CAB PRESIDENTQA Large Screened Porch w/BBQ Grill. Swimming PoolwDlvlng
I Board. Guest House w/Bath VA Assumable 9644522STARKE.

g: !f1L Q9 E pYg.C; I Mortgage. 4 Lots. FL

Located Hwy.301 .2 Blks S. SH.100. 221 W. Lafayette Street Living Area. Fireplace w/Buck Stove. CH/A. Family Room.

Inside Utility Room. Kidney Shaped Swimming Pool. All on

ny- | 41 Acres of Pasture. Farming & Wooded Acres. Fenced &

Cross Fenced. 32 x 36' Cypress Barn.
BRICK HOME ON ONE ACRE 5BR. 2BA. Split Floor Plan.

Liovlng Room w/Flreplace, Formal Dining Room Kitchen

| w/Plenty of Cabinets and Snack Bar. Utility Room and r .
Enclosed Garage.ENTERTAINING. ifwiif' lf ef f

? Extra Large Living/Dining Area. 2BR. A rd( *ltor' Ri.t
2BA. Family Room. Breakfast Room Kitchen Cabinets SPECIAL
I w/Formlca Covering Enclosed Garage. 3 Acres. OWNER TRANSFERRED Beautiful country estate designed with privacy........
BUT AND COMPLETE 2-Story Cedar Home, 5QR/3DA. Formal This custom 2 atory log horn Include 3 bedroom., 2 baths and many oma _
Living and Dining Rooms. Recreation Room Utility Room Large Including a 22x40 pool all on 5.87 acm. Call for private showing.
Iu Front &: Back Porches 7,6 Acres. .HOMES IN COUNTRY
Refrl.. Dishwasher Ceiling Fans Large Screened Porch. 22 x 30 ft. JUST REDUCED: 2 Mobil Homes on 2.9 acres good investment.ll8ODD.
Barn, 3.9 Acres.CRYSTAL 'OWNER FINANCED Immediate occupancy 2 BR. on 1 beautiful ecn. SlSAOOl
LAKE HOMESITES Block. 3I3R. 2DA. 1.416 S/F Living ONE Of THE FINEST 3/2 doublewlde built on 3 acre of manicured lend empaved .
Area. CH/A Drapes &: Carpet.
rood with aide 49900.
6.92 ACRES AWAY FROM THE CROWD 3BR. IBA Frame Home In[ access
Excellent Condition w/Covered Patios and Carport Well &: Septic OWNER SAYS GET OFFER: doublewld' 10 acre: of good land. $47.400.
} Blueberry Plants and Pecan Trees MH AND 19 PLUS ACRES Private, but only 10 nir from SS-U. 3/7
..,.Wt. EASY TO REACH DOWNTOWN Block. 3BR/2DA. Large Living doublewlde with large open country porch on 19 acra ear primary.,
Room. Family Room. CH/A. Range Refrl. &: Dishwasher 1.839S/F MOBILE HOME WITH ADDITIONS built-on plus many e 60. South of SftarfcaoM

a 4.111Pr.a.' ..raY.w | on One Acre. 2.5 ocr... S32.500: with owner financing.A .
QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD Brick Home 3BR 1 1/2BA. Range &:
Refrt. Well &: Sepdc. SPECIAL BUY 2 BR, 1 Ba. CH/ on major highway. $36.500.

I WALK TO SHOP/SCHOOL Block. 3BR. 1 1/2BA. Living Room. IMMACULATE MOBILE HOME 3/1 CH/A on 1 acre.
Dlnlne/Kitchen! Combo Central Heat Nice Lot. CRYSTAL LAKE AREA need loll of apace? Over 2,000 sq. ft. in hi* bens Mrs
FULLY OCCUPIED I LISTEN TO THE QUIET 3BR. 2BA. Doublewlde Mobile Home, Well new brick home 3 BR. 2 Ba. CH/A. on 2 lota. $110.000
&: Sepdc. 1.72 Acres IAWTIY AREA 3/2 CB. CH/A. approx. 1500 tq. ft.on 1 acra. S53.DOO..LAKE .
This could be a positive cash flow. Brick duplex SELECTED PROPERTIES LOTS 'LAND BUILDING SITES.

with roof last Low maintenance. Immaculate 10 ACRES Pecan Grove MiBaml epi2Power Poles Fenced.
year. 1 ACRE. Hwy 10 oned tor Mobile Home. -11 ACRES on SR 16 S Morgan Rd. Seller motivated.
I 2 CITY LOTS -Nonheait Section -2 LOTS-Cry.tol Leke Hom......' .8.800 for both.

I. 10 Acre 13th Street NE Pecan Grove. KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE 2 loll for S5.SOO.
-I LOT ON BROOKLYN LAKE COVE Beautiful beach. $30,000.
LAKE GENEVA Laraelo&4 on the waterl .
LAKE LOTS Sampson loke.
*a 105.2 ACRES-Nonheait Alachua County
G Call one of our Professionally trained 10 ACRES -South Clay County.Rs.iiientUl-Agricultural SAMPSON CITY AREA Deer hunting Is good on this 13 acre.. Heany -.....
close Lake, $32.000: ,
to Sampson owner financing.
staff today at: LAKE LOTS-Croiby A. Sampson Lake.,Owner Financing. 0-
COUNTRY CLUB Building lets from 6500. Some with owner financing.COMMERCIAL .
2.16& 4.55 ACRES-New Or.hamZoned for mobile hornet
.i 964-5069 CITY LOTS On Hwy. 16 W.2 block.from 301. *

LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast Section of City. TURN KEY OPERATION Boot manufacturing the popular' StumplineoVer ami
Ie or after hours call: HWY 301 SOUTH 5 Acre*near Earlton Beach.210 ft on Hwy. Griff-Craft fishing boa... Owner oaalatonce.

HWY 301 SOUTH 2Sep.n.Parcels.Good bu.ine..1ocaaionl.: ON HWY. 3011 Apartment complex, full occupancy call far detail. .
REALTOR ASSOCIATES EVENINGS COMM.BLDG..Appro 15.000 SP floor apace.IF 1400 SQ. FT.I Spanking new worenouaal large overhead roll.rp. ......
Irene L Faulkner-- 964-5142 rn INVESTORS road Owner.......
YOUR_0))OH BCAL EarTATaV O>TRDIO*U1ATBD Plneaong S/D paved through property. ..
I Lucille Spry 964-8420 PASS TOVB MBXT STOP AT ACCXIXHATCO -US 301 Vacant land available. Assorted alias ecreaoe. CaH for tnfeu
We Invft Inquiries( On Our Other Properties1

Bobby BIggs 964.7331 REALTOR .- ;. -, '. ..



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MUSIC"At MSTRUMSNTSr. A. Iowa. SPECIAL SALE Kirby vacuum cleaner,
ALONirr Coll
S4L*.per me ft,. Call 964-6946. tfn regular $495. Thursday Friday 8-6 TOGETHER! BRINGING.'. PEOPLE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted HALF BLOODHOUND PUPPIES FOR SALE co's CHKK US OUTI Clean rental
NEWSPAPER PLATES. Aluminum.M and Saturday 8-neon, Special most respected to the Union County Tim. office Large-boned, healthy. On. male, 4lemalei. homes tailored to your pay schedule.
p.m. doting lervlce sinc.1977. All age Including In and In advance each. Call PINES SRI2I. south of
.esu .s 24a36T. 25 cents each.Great '295. AI Young Vacuums, Hwy. 301 senior cltltens writing paid $10 4963883. |lust SRI00 In
unless credit Is established toko Butler. Call 4962366.
far and already tfn/chg.
paltMno. repairs. TELEGRAPH North. Itchg 9/17
18006484401. tfn 5/21 .
with this office.THE
W.Cell St.964-6305.
Mellehla.All new hay. $25. Delivery Lilly Vineyard. Florahomeon Cor great. Maintain your 10.'. Nutritionally RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN located In Union County Tim.Building
hay In barn. mil.
7 West
al Farm Rood 659.2121. 8/20 6tchg balanced. Watch Inch. mettaway.' CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER ot 150 w..t Main. Call 496-2261 for
ef Serke en Rd. 16, Jimmy Gosklns.9A4435SX 9/24 100% money-back guaranteed. Call THE TELEPHONE. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY more Information tin

UIIII IOCJ(.1/27 Fill TFchg ALICIA HAVt Fresh cut. $25 a roll. All onytlm. Fr. shipping ((813)) 4842669. Classified deadline/ Is TUESDAY RENT/LEASE aiANEST HOMIS IN TOWN Nicely furnlshed -
7R2-3T77 Allen hay und.r born. 7 mile from Stark. on icon 87369. NOON prior to Thursday publication. all electric control heat and
CAlTKOMCSc Taylor Lawtey. 8/27 TF Hwy. 16 toward prison 964-6167 or Minimum charg. Is 15 words for S3.50, air, private paved road laundry and
Setee 301 located next to Trailer 782-3727. 6/4tfn R.V.s, CAMPERS then 15 cents for each word thereafter. OFFICI AND WAREHOUSE SPACILocated park playground. Noar schools, hosp.,
en South. 9648212. Reconditioned
color CRACAR SS WHEELS Four 13x7 Cragar In Union County Time tato focllltloi.PINES SR-I21. east Lak.
starting to Butler Call 496-2366. Two children
Call for Information.
SS Wheel with Goody.or P225/70R13 building.
S1",95_ bolt
portable and consol,.
work done Eagl.GT tlr... Steve Thomas, 473-4260: HOMES 4962261. tfn. max., and no pets. chg/tfn 5/21
Repair .
at reasonable rot. .
/34cna/24 after 6 p-.m. Itchg.9/17____ 22 FT. MOTORHOMIt Douglas on Ch.vy BUSINESS OR OFPICI SPACE avalloblo on
YORK WEKMTSc 350 Ibs. of cast Iron SEVERAL ITEMS TV antenna with pow.r chassis, .self-contained nice Inside and FOR SALE Main Stroot LB.phone 4964077.Hn-S/6 _
--......, heavy duty b.nch w/iquat booster and 10 ft. pole and 100 ft. of out, 6 cyl. Industrial engine, 3 speed HOUSI KM RENT Throo bedroom. I
--..Preacher curl bench attachments, wire for 130. Also K.nmor. washer, 1 Sleeps 6. $2,950.964.85 3 after 4 p.m. GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U bath. Call 496-2236 before 5 P.M.,
old '100. 313 N. Walnut St., 8/274tpd9/17 After 5 P.M., coil 496-3640. Itchg. 9/17
edlueMbla'' back and strap for sit. ups. repair). Delinquent tax prop.rty. INSURANCEMAINES
Extrae*curl bar. 2 straight ban 2-11 lb. Starke. Itpd 9/17 197B MARAUDER 28 ft. travel trailer Repossession Call 1(805)687-6000( )
dun ....1.. 2-IO: Ib. dumb b.lI. and 2 needs a little work. $1250 OBOe Ext. GH.JI 36, for current r.po list. INSURANCI AOINCVi 25 E.

dumb bell. bars. Bench Is in excellent NOTICE 961.4358.9/17 :2tchg 9/24 8/27 Btpd. 9/17 ____ Main Street Lak. Butler, 4963978.
--" "-.$275 cash. Reason for ale Is 3 Complete Insurance Service. 4/IO.* MOBILE HOMES
LAKE BUTLERi Reduced for 01.
lack. ef 964-4037: quick '
T6 4 4480 space.evee after 6 during Keep daysend CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b.submitted FOR RENT BR. 2 BA CHEA Large lot, only$41,500 FOR SALE
y TFoGRAPES ( to the Bradford County $38,000. Mathews Realty, 964-4469.
Telegraph office In writing and paid In 2/5tfn
longnecher farm Earleton advance unless cr.dlt I I. olr.ady RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 p.r month HELP WANTED 12'. W MOBILE HOME Two bedroom 1
..... Santa Fe. Monday-Thur. 7:30-1 established with this off Ic.. and up.Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker 1/2 both, central heat and air. Mutt
.......& FrS-Sa, 7.30-6 p.m. Form THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD Own.r at 964-5069 or 964-4048 TF FOR SALE PART TIME GAS ATTENDANTS EXPERIENCED see to appreciate. 6000. Coll
.....2483; home 475-1151: home RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN C I C MINI STORAGE Hwy. 301 South DELI COOKS now taking application 4960071.' tfn/ehg. 3/19
473-27091 9/10 3tchg: 9/24 961.8848.6/11 tfnchg I9B6 ,..70 OHOSB mobile home. 3
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER STORAGE HOUSES Need extra storage *, also experienced tire
GAS STOVE:36 inch $85.9645684.9/10 THE TELEPHONE. OFFICE ON 301 Contact Ron Denmarkat space? W. have 5x10 and 10x10 mini repairer and oil changer. Apply at office bedroom 2 bath all electric, central
2I'cJIog 917OIIGAN Classified deadline I I. TUESDAY 964.5516.6/25 tfn war.1'1010.' .. Hal. and Associate of: Brown' Inc.. Stot. Rood ole and hoot 14200. Call 4962098.
FOR SALE assume mall mon- THREE BEDROOMi'/ both mobile homeon 4963939. 121118 Worthington Spring Phon. 9/3-4tpd-9/24
NOON prior to Thursday publication. tfnchrg827WASHERDRVERREFRIOERATOR'
iMy beautiful 1987. ., V4 ocr.lot. SEVERAL TWO BEDROOM mobile home
payment on a Classified display deadline I TUESDAY shady CH/A, compl.t.ly'urnl.hed. 4962161. Hnchrg-9/3
Olc with all modern miles for tale rent.Also lots for ale.. Hal.
organ accessories. 2 from Starke on aunt CAREER OPPORTUNITY for cowing or
3:00 P.M. Special Classified display FREEZER Coll 496-2090. 9/17 2tchg. .
Cam .. *.." locally. Call Manager placement Is NOT Guaranteed. try road. No pets. $290 month plus$100 9/24 machine operator Offer 2 week paid and A..oclote*496-3939. nchrg 9/3

-J'B.836t. Itpd 9/17 Minimum chorg. for classified ads I I. security deposit 9647554. 9/10 2tchg WANTED RESPONSIBLE PARTY to vocation Insurance plan 3 paid
IADIIS JCWILRYt one-carat clutter dlo- 13 word for $3.50. then 13 cent lor 9/17 assume small monthly payment on holidays and profit sharing. Experience
ewnd ring; $900. Also' ladle diamond each word thereafter. HOUSE AT 70S McMAHON STREET $160 piano. S.. locally. Call manager at helpful but not necessary. We will .
....sapphire ring $175. 964-5940 after month plus $75 deposit. Compl.t.ly 1(618)234-1306( ) anytime. 9/17 3tchg. train. Apply In parson Lake Butler Ap atss s.
7*>jw. Itchg 9/17 unfurnished. 964-5882. Itchg 9/17 10/1 parel. tfn813BULLDOZER
phonograph, conIC I.. 9646499. 9/17 lot p.rl.nc. necessary. Call 4962098.: .
tion. ch.n tobl. with 4 chain water bed Starke 964-5451
2Id'Ig' 9/201 WANTED HOUSE OR LAND In Starkei I Ingle with heater. Also 2 wooden 9/3-4tpd-9/24
OPtN HOUSES Everyone Invited for ham.with in 964.4468.9117 2tpd 9/24 THE TOWN OF RAIFORD IS TAKING APPLICATIONS -
have a beautiful 4 BR pool book ihelva, recliner, choir Misc. *Open Every Night *
Nome- of Lloyd and Christmas Around Gainesville. Will consider trading 1100 SQ. FT. BUILDING good locationfor Call 4963602. Itchg. 9/17 FOR THE POSITION OF
...WbrtdL...Thursday, Sept 1779pm.. home outright. 3711128. business. Days 964.7024: or eves CLERK. Resume must be received by .;; -------
.. "'. New. Skeeters R..t., 2010 SW 9/17 4tpd or 10/8 buying 485.1316.9/17 2tchg 9/24 October 13. Send to Box 357, Ralford p"I ait>m SPECIAL I II
34t* S...v Gainesville./ 376-2372 or Iris TWO BEDROOM furnished house, $200: LAND FOR SALE Fl. 32083.: 9/17 4tchg. 10/8 I Set. A Sun. 5.-00 Showing:

SMith"*2030. Itchg 9/17 month. No pels. 9648498. Itpd 9/17 EXCELLENT INCOME Taking short phon. L_.!*!m..X S !.t?!!L"5J
DINING ROOM TABLE and 4 upholst.rdclears FURNISHED APARTMENT! 1 BR, In 1.3.5 ACRE LOTS OR LARGER N.w River message at home. For Information
Excellent condition. Call T.H. Waldo utilities Included S25O/month.: Plantation on SR-100. Pin. Tr. Estates call 1(504)649-7922( ) Ext. 8401A Starts Frll oy
Bennn. 1221 Bradford St.. 964-6439. 964-5161 or 4681927. Itpd 9/17 on SR-18 near WS Pine Tr.. Estates on
noon IB 2 p.m. or 6-10 p.m. eve Itchg TWO BEDROOM 2 bath furnished trailer US-301 near Stork. Low down payment FULL TIME INDIVIDUAL for counter workIn Sleep all day Party all night.
9/17 CHAMBLBB'SMOBILE at Santa F. Trailer Park. 7 miles Southon own.r financing. Hal. and dry cleaner Ambitious, willing to Never grow old. Never die.
ITEMSe US 301 at SR 221. 964.5888 learn and master all phase of
SCVRAA Canoe. $175; dresser days or Associates 496-3939 tfnchrg 9/3 opera
S75c: ?trumpet. S4O. 964-4106. Itpd 9/17 468-1777 night. Itchg 9/17 5.71 ACRES In Union County off County tion. Experience preferred but not It's: fun to be a vampire.

I9M --.. Wheelchair. electric $1850. HOME ROOMS FOR RENT Efficiency low r.nt. Rood 237. Shady oaks and pin.*. If interested necessary. Apply In parson New
Will trad for electric start Snapper clean quiet, no roach. No pets or call 4311653. Itchg. 9/17 Method Cleaner. 311 N. Temple Av., R
riding mower. 473-7988 ask for Judy. TRANSPORT137M212I chlldr.n. Retired or working. 9645687. Starke, between 8:30-10.30: and 2.4 THELOSTBOYS
Rpd 9/17 9/17 TF p.m. Itchg 9/17

MOVING Coll 964.5377 after 5:30: p.m.9/172tchg:

I, FURNISHED EFFICIENCY apartment part SR238. SR241 or SR18 In Union Countyor
I SOUTHEAST of utilities furnished. Adults only. No County Road 492 In Alachuo County. BANK Comedy MTTI
COMPLETE pets. 9645970. 9/11ltchg 10/8 R.turn to Mrs. Willard Graham Providence .
TEAR DOWN TWO BEDROOM, 1 bath, CH/A carpet 7522453. Itpd. 917CARSTRUCKS CANT BUY
living Room Group no pets. Available S.pt. 19. 9646680. I
B piece Ilk. brand new SETUP 9/172tpd9/24: EPOS ME LOVE
Sofa .tov.*exH 'Choir 1985 Redmon .. ": PO13 n
DOZER WORK lion city water $200 per month. First,
e2 End Table Coffee Table lost plus deposit. No pets. 4681509. I
INSURED Double wido 301 DRIVE-IN
Pair of LampsGORGEOUS miser 9/17 2tchg 9/24 16 FORD PICKUP 23,000 mile Take up
I MIMOSA MANOR Mobil. Home Park: payments. 4963253. tfnchg-8/27 Mobile Home. Starke 964-7481
N.w NOW RENTING 40 ft., 2
own.r. : 1913 MONTE CARLO Cruise, tilt air
423oer ar 533-2242 BR. 1 both; 50 ft., 2 BR, 1 bath; 60 ft. 2 AM/FM cassette.: Low milage, excellent Excellent Condition. FRI. SAT. SUN
BR. 2 bath. 964-7498.9/17 TF condition. 4500. Call
IPd .f17 FOR RENT UNFURNISHED 1 bedroom hou... 833 W. 496.3993.9/17 2tchg. 9/24 1984 Brigadier :1 lll

1200 Sq. Ft. Bldg. 9/17 Madison 4tchg St.10/8. no pets, lease. 964-8404. Single Wide

Ideal for Repair Shop FOUR BEDROOM: unfurnished house, YARD SALE Mobile Home.

Roberts $200 per monthAt $350/month. No p.t., lease. 315 N.
Walnut St.. 964.846.9/17 4tchg 10/8 Excellent Condition.
AWESOME Four family yard sale. Antiques
Real Estate Rear of FOUR BEDROOM 2 bath houie, CH/A, Financing Available for
furniture, qulenas, baby Items,
furni.hd. 371-6316 after S
Mosley Tire Co. appliances sewing machine, guilts/linen, trunk*. Qualified Applicants.
986 N. Temple Ave p.m. or 3778500. ext. :2679 from 8.4:15:
Iron bed.much morel Two miles e All Bids will be
On US 301 South p.m. 9/17 2tpd 9/24 cone
Starfce FL 32091
south of Worthington b.yond bridge on
Showtlmel .
:00 ft 10:00
964-6262 See Lynn atLynn's SR121.: Thursday Friday Saturday.Rain .
(904) and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner, Broker.
If Interested call
or shine. Itpd. 9/17 ,
Body Shopor Own.r at 964-5069 or 964-4048 TF RADIO SOUND *
call CtC MINI STORAGE Hwy. 301 South 964.7050. Ext. 233 I ADMISSION -
McDougall Adults .... 99
28 ACRE FARM 964.9848.6/11 tfnchg SEPTIC TANK SERVICE
For Appointment; to See.
OFFICE ON 301 Contact Ron D.nmork Children. .... SO
2BR Home 1-904-786-89891
at 964-5516.6125 tfn .

Outbuildings fenced & cross ND fields TANK, SERVICE lift stations Septic, light tanks poles, drain and BOBBY'S HIDEAWAYNOW

fenced. 10 acres In 4 TCO wells. (Package Deal). Call 275-2268 or

producing Pecan trees, Commercial 275.2197.9/3 13tpd. 11/26 OPEN FROM 2PM TIL 2AM

bafance in improved pasture. RELIGIONWISDOM

ExceDent Location;4 miles Buildingin j 6 nights a week

from Starke. Starke I FROM PETROSt The elevator to x COCKTAIL HOURS
success I I. not running; you must climb
I the stair..Itchg. 9/17 2PM-7PM NIGHTS WEEK
6 A
2BR. 1BA, CH&A Block 1725 sq. ft. \

Home in Town.. $36,000.00 'i iI 500 DRAFT "Michelob"

964-8629 Eunice's Tractor Service 2 for 1 Drinks
5 Acres of Land on Forsyth .

RdL PRICED TO SELL! after 6:30 pm Dliklna during Cocktail Hours

Mowing '964-8230: .Blodework Live Entertainment Starts at 9 pm

Fill Dirt Buy or Haul livestock to Market lime Rock
"Wilkinson Brothers"Band

Durrance Pump & Supply : Wed. Thurs. Fri & Sat evenings
I .New Homes .
U.S. 301 North 864 N. Temple Ave., Starke D irmnniiiifttffl I I Additions ..WindowsRoom MINI-SKIRT CONTEST Wed. Night
Pumps Plumbing *Well Drilling, -0 I EXPERT ADVICE .New Roof Sjrstcmi Gator Dance Thursday

.Cut Brick or Pool Endmnra.
964-7061 &! NEEDS Work .Vinyl Siding HWY 301 N. WALDO FL 468-1641 or 468-9442

I Call Today! _
8111 fH1
.. 964-6766
'' '.' _.'7.' -- ....j Opening Late September

-_ n I HOMES of North BEAUTIFUL Florida '_ / Forest Park Apartm nts

Corner Lafayette & Hwy. 301, Starke rlry.Oa1 tr: 7ears Attractive 1 &2 BR/1 B Apts.. range, ,T;

NEWLY REMODELED 964-6766 Lic.# RR0052877 refrigerator, carpet, cent heat & air, ; .

-- patio and laundry. Rents from $180. yC

$220. min. 775 NE 1st St. Lake Butler
KANE CYCLE REPAIRCycle For Information/application:
Tropical Property Management Inc.

Repair Parts e AccessoriesUS 1021 NW 40th Dr. GalnesvMe. Fl 32605

301 N. Starfca 9645805I (904)372-8327 E.H.O.


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I $49.50 I Full Face Helmets -a.AKEBUTLER, APARTMENTSNow

l $39.95Snell taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom unit*. These oil-
: of closet and all have
electric units are spacious with lots space
$3.99 ea. Approved 15 VAS. EXPERIENCE wall-to-wall carpeting, draperies and kitchen appliances.

BATTERIES site laundry facilities. R.ntal assistance available for qualified
Full Face Helmets
I Bungle Cords 12N12A4A1 12N143A apQlicas--- -
$34.00 For application and Information
.99$ ea. $26.95 $29.95
0 Pb lease see us at Gr.:
Walnut Street p
I' Q AM,.".h en cydn 47V* 1005 SWtth Street '
ltaMpe.teffiae.SMHM V (Foam Grips {Flat ShleW OH Rlters
Lake Sutler. PL 320S4 ....rtwaOrCa11116.t1q
K2.95 perSet $2.501. $1.95 Tune-Ups ....'...e.. .

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1972 MERCEDES 2>0t $3.900. Excellent LICENSED RN MElDED at Whispering CITY Of STAIKf POUd MPT. I* ace..,.. tHHtUMED ADVERTISING should be tubn -
condition. 9644238. 9/3 TFchg Pines Car Center. 3-11 charge nurse ting oppllcetion/ for petition of Dlspofs >lttd to the Lake Region Monitor of. Cocker GOOD HOMI male, neutered KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES new 3BR
1983 MERCURY MARQUIS IS vinyl full-tlme. PUN. IPN. needed.. EOf. cher. Mutt be high school graduate flea. In writing and paid In advanc. AKC color. 4733342.Spaniel 6 yrs old. Buff 2BA CH/A, laundry, garage, near golf
leather Interior, premium sound Phone "*/.6220. Experienced need. only one?ot 'least If year of oge. Typing required. > "tol.! %. credit I I. already established Itchg 9/17 course. Compare at $49.000.475.2598.
tyttem, elee. ..at.. excellent to apply. 2/12 tfn Apply at City Hall Merrell "',(''to this office.MONITOR 4tpd 8/27.9/17
transportation. $4.999. Can be financ HIBINOI Government Jobe your eree. Dee oHke. 'Itchg.'/17CM STAFF CANNOT BE HELD' HELP WANTED LAKE SANTA FS HOUSE newly remodeled
ed. See at 139 W. Call St., or call John $19.000 166.000. Call ((602)) CM-IMS RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 2BR I'/ BA, b.autlfullo' with lake
964.6305. TF EXT 3493. 8/134tpd 9/17 OTATi UCCNSWM..", $195. Call CLASSIFIEDS: WHEN AD is TAKEN OVER HELP WANTID Evenings 8 Weekends access In Melrose 79000. 4753352.
CADILLACS MERCEDES PORSCHE etc.. IXPERIINCID CAsViT llAMA for 17554040. North FlerMe Real Ettat TrE TELEPHONE. Apply at Whorton't Food Mart between 4tchg 9/3-9/24
direct from government. Seized In drug doublewlde Call 1$7.30Q3.2OTFctg College. 7/30Hn Classified:, deadline I.I 11:00: a.m. prior 10 a.m. 2 p.m. Monday through Fri. HOUSE FOR SALE 2BR, 1BA moved to
raid. Avallabl. your area. Save FEDERAL. STATI 4 cIVIL IMVId JOWl IXPfMIMCIO MltfWOMAMi tolery orcemmltslon 'v Thursday publication. day SR 21 t 100. your lot 473.1721.2tpd 9/10.9/17
'thou.ond.S. 216-493-3000. .x/. 16.707 to $59.I'"* par yeer. Now hir you con decide what you i-inimumchargeis1Swordsfar$3.50' l HELP WANTED Cermanlct small MUST SELL 12X60 mobile home, 2BR
A4259.9/10 2tpd 9/17 ing. Call JOI LINE. 1.518-439-311.. moke. Send resume to SALESWOMAN. hr. IS cents for each word thereafter business needs pour..1 cI.an.... Experienced 1 1BA c.ntral air, on corner lot -
198S HONDA ACCORD 2 door tpeed, F3377 for Info. 24 hr. 9/3 3tpd 9/17 P.O. Drawer A. Starke, Flo. 32091. or will train. 475-3337. Itpd 10000. 4732730. 2tchg 9/10.9/17
AC. $6900. 496-2117. 9/10 2tchg 9/17 HELP WANTfOl carpenters. pointers 8/20 TFchgHOMIMAURSI 9/17 MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 3 acres with
INTERNATIONAL SCOUT lit 4 wheel mechanics, plumber, pipefitters, Kid In school? Need, CHILD CARl NEEDED loving, dependable 2BR 1BA, mobile home Hall Lake
drive with AT. PS, good condition. welders, professional. Up to extra cash? Free kit and supplies. PERSONAL SERVICES person, KH 3 days per week Road. Owner financing with$300 down
275.2650 after 6 p.m. Itpd 9/17 $6000/mo. USA overseas. TraneCon* House of Lloyd. Coll Iris ot 944-2030 ofeee 4737642. 2lchg 9/17-9/24. and $250 per mo. 481-4899. 4tchg
1977 CUSTOM VAN loaded. Alto 20 ft. tlnontal 800.299-8369. FEE. Icon 87-367 In perton at lot A29. Waldo Fleo HELP WANTED Veterinary Assistant 9/10-10/7
camper load.d. $3600 for both. IN THE FIRST MONTH with nutritional Market.27 TFchg PRISURE WASHING Houses mobilehams exciting and satisfying opportunity to BRICK HOME FOR SALE 2.000 sq. ft.,
964.8661.9/17 2tchg 9/24 rnul/1-Iw.l marketing firm ex-garbage MOMiMAMM WANTIOI Top poyl 121 pool., ducks, ildewalk FreeClimates. work with animals and people 7:30: 3BR 3BA. eat In kitchen, dining living s
1985 FORD BRONCO full tlie. XLT. for collector earned....11..... Need help 34th Avenue. N.W.. Suite 222. Nor. Call Rob 4733590. 3/5 a.m. 3.30: p.m. weekday Duties Include family w/flreplace, 2 car garage-pool-
Information 468-1983 after 9 p.m. Itchg desperately; lf. unbelievable. LETS men. OK. 7309. ./27 4tchg 9/17 fAchglAAN kennel care and animal health walk to school-many extras. Reducedto
9/17 GET RICH TOGETHER! Tom Faro ((813)) ItUTIUCTOI-COMMMCIAL VEHICLE MOWING. Trimming edging. care. Apply In person Keystone 89500. Itpd 9/17
1979 GRAND PRIX SJl v.ry good condition 4842669. Icon 87.361 MIVMtOi Mutt have high school rcoil The Lawn Barber. 473-3590. Free Heights Animal Hospital 473-4966. HOMI FOR SALE BV OWNER-Cloy County
$24000BO.964.4358.9/172tchg fUll THM8 Individual for counter work In diploma and six year driving e,,. ""IRlat... 3/9 tfnchg tlnchg School, Seminole Ridge Subdivision
9/24 dry cleaners. Ambitious, willing to perl_. Apply to Mlllerd Brown. CM," CLEANING -CAB Carpet S.klpholstery HOMEWORKERS WANTEDI Top Pay. 121 Melrose. 3BR. 2BA CB home, CH 4 CA,
1985 FORD ESCORT station wagon: one learn and matter all photo* of opera Irodford-Unlon Area Vo-Tech Center. truck mounted deep 24th Ave, N.W.. Suite 222 Norman Franklin Fireplace, 'large lot nice
owner air standard shift new tlret, tion. Experience preferred but not 109 N. Orange Street Sto..... Fla. ""oin extraction. 473-7770. Free OK. 73069. 8/27 4tchg 9/17 neighborhood access to lake SantaFe.
exc. gas mll.ag., clean and exc. con necessary. Apply' In perton. New 32091. ((904)) "* -61SO. 9/17 2tchg 9/24 ttinrotes.1/30.10/IS FAITH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH needs $52.500. 4733287. Itpd 9/17
dition. Asking $4500. See anytime In Method Cleaners 311 N. Temple Ave.. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SPfCIAUSTt two mature Christians who lov.
Brook.r, across the ttreet from the Starke, between 8:30-10:30: and 2.4 Bradford Health Deportment. Starke. I4 ME IMPROVEMENT repairs, addition I. children and have experience In child LOST AND FOUNDLOST
Post Offlc. 9/17 2tchg 9/24 p.m. Itchg 9/17 Florida State of Florida HRS career or complete building. 30 year core to our
manage nursery program
1965 FORD TRUCK 390 engine, excellent CERTIFIED RADIOLOGIC petition. Performing anltatlon Inspec 'Rp.rlence tervlng Bradford and Clay during Sunday School and Church. II In. neutered male German Shepherdmix
condition. $1500. Call Dave, after 9 TECHNOLOGIST IRADIOGRA'HIR It tlon In area such o*sewage disposal Counties. 473.4018.5/28 tin forested contact Mrs. Probyn at Goldhead State Park area. Family
p.m., 964-7357, opt. 107.9/17 2tchg State ptychlatrlc Hospital located 25 water. InttHutlonal. rabies Invettlgo FUX7R SAGGING Door Dragging? "".1721 between 8 a.m. to I p.m. pet 473.7089.2tpd 9/17-9/24.
9/24 miles Weil of Jacksonville *....* tlon*. The main emphasis will be In tame out of level?? LoRue Leveling Monday thru Thursday.9/17..tchg10/8
1916 BUICK SOMERSET assume qualified applicant. Certification as field-type activities and toll work. Require %*rvlce for all your foundation repair,
paymentt. 964-5940 after 7 p.m. Itchg general radiographer or dental auxiliary I.S. degree In Enclronmental 3-7721.. 7/9 tfnchg ACREAGELOT
9/17 required. Excellent State Health. Public Health or Biological COMPLETE HOME REPAIR carpentry
1980 TOYOTA COROLLA 53,000 mil.on benefit Send resume or Slat of Science Field experience may be pointing electrical, plumbing. FOR SALE OR TRADE ON LAKE
motor. GC AC $1999. 9645940. Itchg Florida application to Northeast ubstltuted for some college training. ll0'onoble rate.. Licensed contractor MARGIE 1 acre, lakefront In Big Tree,
9/17 Florida State Hospital, Hwy. 121 South. Salary range I I.1709628.089 yearly. ll( 0049306. Call Mitch 4733940. 820Yrxhg 6 ml. from KH, many oak trees, make
Mocctenny. Fl. 32063. EOE/AA 9/17 Send State of Florida application to: Ifi/II1 offer or trade. 3058860181. 2tchg

YARD SALES 2tchg 924WANTEDA HRS District III Recruitment. 1000 NE .....- 9/10.9/17
LIVE IN to help on elderly 16th Ave.. Gainesville, Fla. 32601. For
further Information call Ken MISCELLANEOUS Notice I Is hereby given that under
man take care of his wile. Hour and .. WANTEDLAKE
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 100 Wett alary negotiable. Reference re 9049645853. Closing date 10/1/87. and by virtue of Part IV of Chapter
behind Pin. Level Baptist church. Furniture qulr.d. Please call 782-3943 or EEO/AA Itchg 9/17 TICK RAT. Buy tell and trade collect-! 13. F.S., a* Self-Storage Facility Act
whatnots, clothes, much more. 7780211. Itehg 9/17 pie Item and antiquet. Used furniture, that the undersigned will sell for PROPERTY WANTED:approximately
Itpd 9/11 VISITING NURSESt looking for RN. with HOMES 0lattware! jewelry and much more. cash to the highest bidder at the earner 'A acre on skiing/fishing lake In
SATURDAY/SUNDAY! Sept 1920. good tklll offering flexible hour and ome tee for yourself. One mile east of Laura and Water St_. Keystone area Write Rt. 3, Box 1768,
E.Z.L. Trailer Park Grlffl Loop. 19" fOR SALE Keystone 100. Stark., Fla. 32091 with direction and
PRN tchedullng. Call Uplohn Heights on Highway Starke, Florida, at 1:00 p.m.. on the
color TV sewing machine cabinet Healthcare Service Inc., Stork. J)3.2183. 3/5 tfnchg 27th day of September 1917, the price. 9/17 4to| 10/8
ladles Ivory wedding dress, whit. rabbit 964.7787.9/17 4tchg 10/8 218,1 BA with 2-cor garage. Perfect for KOWN'S FLOORING CARPET AND contents of Unit 14, belonging to VIVIAN .
coot ladle, men & chlldrent VINYL' SALES AND SERVICE inttaiia-
RESIDENT MANAGER Mature couple for retired coupl. Easy walking I distance SHAFER'', containing personal
clothing. Toy. Look for tent and tlgn. 44 unit rental property In Starke. to new shopping center. 29999. Call t'ont' and repair. All work guaranteed and household goodt.
9646197. Itchg 9/11 a of light bookksepingbeneficial. 964.5606.4/30 tfn and prlc.d to save you money. Allen's
3 FAMILY GARAGE SALE Saturday 9 Maintenance experience '.ICIIiDUCED FOR QUICK SALE 3 BR, 2 4)3.1933etpd 8/27.10/15 AtticSellService
a.m.B32 W. Cypress. corner Epper- required. Salary plus apartment and BA, brick veneer home with replace( ....". Storage Q24
P. O. Box tU
ton/Cyprett St. Itpd 9/17 utllltle Send resume to Southwlnd and garage on 9 acres. Beautiful) FOR SALE
SATURDAY ONLYi 9.2 p.m. Vt mile off Management P.O. Box 10293. Clearwater home. United Realty of Starke. .... Keystone Ht.,Fla.. 324U
Brownlee Rd. on 225 going toward Rd. Fl 34617, EOE. 9/I7TF 964-8447 or evening 473-3627. NOW 9/10 2tchg 9/17
16., Guitar with cate Toastmastertoaster 159.500.712 tfnchgGOVERNMENT DEKS FOR SALE good condition. $50 Q:What's the first thing a parent
oven clothes, lots more. Itchg HOMES from $1.00 (U Hehg 911ARTICLES choosing a child
9/17 Repair). BUY DIRECTI! R pos, tax SEIZ- FOR SALE larg. goldfish care center?
FRIDAY ft SATURDAY corner 16 ft 301. IMOWING.TRIMMING.EDGING ED properties. Call TODAY for fact. fore 7.5 hp boat motor, lawnmower A: Look for a state license. Center
Golf clubs, clothes, many Item Itpd ALL SIZE YARDS 1-518-459-3546 Ext. H-3377(Toll Refun- with bagger motorcycle helmet men'salt. licensing laws differ from state to

9/17 doble). 24 hr.. 9/17 3tpd lOll 9 roller tkotes, 15" truck tire state but they all have one common
FRIDAY/SATURDAY 9/18.19.9 a.m. til. BESSENT ROAD 3 BR, 2 bath attractive TtKRA. 473-4229. 4tchg 9/17.10/8
Clothes, household Item, furniture, bond-assurance minimum quality
brick home on two acres, city gas. lANO' FOR SALE Wanted: responsible
mite, Sampson City area Starke. 301 WATSON'S UWM SBMCC fenced yard double garage 9646808. forty to assume small monthly Tr in to be a and safety standards. In Florida
toward Gainesville, turn betide for
Itchg 917MOVINGMUST payments on piano. See locally. Call example, these areas include:
Church of Christ and Eppt Motort go to SELL 10.000 below oppraltal. Manager at 618-234-1306 anytime personnel physical facilities sani-
first paved road on right 3rd house on 4/2 IR w/fireploce, OR den 3 ehg 9/17.10/1 tation and safety, admission and
left grey trimmed In black. Itchg 9/17 Reasonable Rates Ig. kitchen 1 1/3 acre fenced. In- MODERN SOFA AND LOVE SEAT black, 1Slarl record nutrition
: Regular Upkeep ground pool 2 car garage oak and >..r>lte and gold plaid. Washable keeping, ,transportation -
.. -NQI& -- Fr.. Estimates map,. tree. Now 62000. Owner will Cushion cov.... Both $200. Call after 6 safety; discipline standards .
pay all closing. Call 964-8239 after a ,.tn. 479-2942. Itpd 9/17 ,xs y iii nm parl l m.. and reasonable access to facility.
'? Good Quality Work p.m. Itpd 9/17 Train on live sirlin.computera.horn. Inspection of these areas by licensing -'"
BLOCK HOMEs 1800 sq. ft., 3 BR. 2 bath. YARD SALES .study and reaidenl training.Finmcbl people authorized by the state
t;; pool. 5 ocres. Columbia County. ......-- dd available.Job ensures that a facility is a safe placeto

=> (j) Call485-1251! 9644384$88.500.3 miles west High Springs Fla. 4A AGE SALE Fri. 8 Sat., Sept. 18 a 19, placement rsrbtencr,N.tlonslheadquartera enroll a child.
4543287. 9/17
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Melrose. 3 BR, 2 both Cft KMNS.. See .Sign. Itpd 9/17 A.C.T.Travel School child care center, write: Kinder-Care
YARD SALE Frl.. Sept. 18. 8 6
home CHI A. Franklin fireplace, large ACCREDITED MEMBER N.H,8C, Learning Centers, Inc., Dept. 87-C,
p.m. Sot.. Sept. 19, 8 O.m I p.m. Lots
lot nice neighborhood.' Access to Santa Cfernt\ oth.r plants, set of tires, :1s I1 P.O. Box 1563,Atlanta GA 30301.
Fe Lak. 473-3287.
By owner plunder, mattress and spring lot of
$52.000. Itpd 917MATHEWS '-
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*kKkjcen*frestfree,.,...._ Jacksonville Multiple Listing Services MOflLS HOME FOR RENT 2BR BA on 6 Good thru Sept. 30 1987 !|Ii!
.Cenvenlently pre-wked tar sets TV end lei.SpecMly ONLY exclusive MIS agent for mis aea tfvres. $245 per mo. 4732730. 2tchg Complete dinners from $7.95 S
designed unltt. tar han capped ?/17-9/24
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.SpMl_rtorege.......empertmentl .CH/A. 36500. fireplace, pool table and small 1BR cot :J Entertainment nightly. Dancing and special drink S
UOOKMi 76 acre 2 story SlIv.r lake. 4732440. Itchg 9/17
FROM ONLY $22O. m-urm/m. house fenced pasture, creek. rollIng MOWLI HOMI FOR RENT beautiful 5 prices in the Casey Jones Lounge. S

Rental information available) .t lend.eBTAMUi. torpeted, 2BR 2BA lakefront, swim New Menu Item: "SWAMP PLAITER"features &
Urge frame home on 20 and fish, patio near KH. 4734186.
the construction trailer .r cal: Ac. with lots of pecan trees.FtOVIOWsOli Jlehg 9/17-9/24 : catfish, cooter, froglegs gatortail
I ((813)) 443-3231 Mo -frl -PM Large stately oaks MOMLE HOME FOR RENT lake Geneva hushpupples & cheesegrits.

EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUN.TY greet, yow 2700 s<|. ft. brick home J73-7566and 413.7810.2tpd 9/17-9/24
I 2 private fish ponds. 135 Ac., op- MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 2BR furnished
pron. 140 pecan trees. with porch on one acre Melrose
Urea. $185 plus deposit. 1-684-6634.

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BCT Staff Writer Plans discussed for the coming volleyball ad gym nasties training.
Plans for the next Special Olym- year included coaches and volunteer If you would like to help please
pics in Starke are already underway training sessions and practice sessions call Brenda LitUejohn at 964-6093;
after a big success with the for the athletes. Diane Racicot at 964-7699 or Janet
event here last year. Volunteers are needed to help Keith at nights at 9644740.
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County School Board Office Thursday -
... August to discuss plans for .
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Sheriffs Youth Ranches Inc.,will be hundreds of other boys and girls
celebrated over the weekend of Oct. and their families have been helped
2,3, 4 at Boys Ranch near Live Oak. through counseling by the statewide
Weekend activities will include a family social service program.The .
horseshow open house and other Florida Sheriffs Assn., its
events to which the public is invited. board of directors and staff are
The Youth Ranches program responsible for undertaking, directing
began with the inception of the and supporting this effective ,
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avoid the trouble with the criminal Harry K. Weaver president of the 11 JTVP- ( 0
justice system. Youth Ranches organization, expresses -
thanks to all donors for their
Since 1957 more than 3,600 troubled
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residence at the Live Oak Boys help they have provided for a portionof
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