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 24, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Widespread thunder showers, mostly in the last p.m. and early Ndtow...................I-M .. 0 M
evening, are expected this weekend because of a high pressure .....wha...................M .,:,... 7vM p. ., P "'
front that will be moving through, forcasU say. ,.. .... ....................w I\\.lB\ RP F\l..CR1\ ) .
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Highs expected near 80, lows around 65 this weekend. r.bks N.aw. ... IPS 11' _
Hurricane Emily, some 900 miles southeast of Jacksonville at ............... ...............1M ,,_ 'l F\ 32611 a
noon Wednesday in the SE portion of the Bahamas, was not expected E.
to be a threat to the U.S. mainland. SECTION U .**.. .;If ;.V 1I u-I "
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Broken clouds: and a 40% chance of rain is the forecast today MMdfag FM IteyKHHS .............fAa G' .--.'" .I
(Thursday, Sept. 24)), with a high of 87 predicted. ........IW...................._ --. -
Rainfall for the month, Sept. 23 has been: Santa Fe ......... .................
tower, 4.44 inches; New 6.73 inches, and Highlands a"7
tower,3.6Zinches.30-yearaveragerainfaUforSeptembertsUlln-. ....... ...............w The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven.
ches. a-IfIeoI Ad.. ...............MM MthVear STARKE,FLORIDA 23 Cents Copy
1"___ n.n4.y.S.ptemlllerZ4, 1187 LISPS OM-TOO
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Worth Afoting w ? Merchants' Ire

Miniature r

Miniature diplomas for the 1987 ,k. Over Loss
graduates of Bradford may be pick- Up
ed up at the office of Mrs. Judy
Brown BUS registrar.

Gator Boosters... L

The Starke Gator QuarterbackClub t t Parking:
is set to meet tonight (Thursday -

Sept. 24) at the Starke Golf& .. '"
Country Club. : Merchants irate at losing parking didn't realize that parking spaces on
Social hour: 6:30 p.m. Covered 7 spaces in front of their businessesand Call and Thompson Streets would be
dish dinner and meeting at 7 p.m.A torn up downtown streets are
member of the Gator coaching this week's features of the on-going lost.The "bubbles" for greenery, shub-
staff will be the guest speaker. $391,012 revitalization project in bery and trees, are taking up about

; Starke. 2V4 parking spaces each. The project
Free Wash Dip... t i Naltlr lt Meanwhile. Columbia Paving Co. calls for 74 new off-street
The Bradford Humane Society is moving in earnest to complete the spaces,and those are being provide
and Green Acres 4-H Club are providing project within 90 days, by the middle in the new parking lots being pavedon
a free wash and dip for pets of November although the company the east side of Thompson Street,
at Cooney's Old Glory Feed Storeon f has a 120-day contract. Job from Jackson Street to the back of
Superintendent Ken Sweet said the the Rosenberg Building, includingthe
SR-100 south Saturday, Sept. 26,
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. project is on time so far, but many closing of Jefferson between
Raffle of a dog cookie jar with things,such as permits for retention Thompson Street and the railroad.
flower arrangement donated by ponds for the parking lots and relaying Eighteen spaces will be lost on Call
Bradford Florist will be first prize. by hand, some of the bricks on and Thompson Streets as a result of
Second and third prizes will be a -/ r 1s J north Thompson Street, are possible the beautification project, for a net
bag of dog food. -: delays of 56 new parking spaces.
The moved onto east Call
project Sweet said the
Supt. new parkinglots
3 for Donations
Chances are 50* or $1. -
are welcome. Proceeds go the Street yesterday (Wed.. Sept. 23). will be paved within a week anda
the Humane Society.Parental ... .s s Superintendent Sweet says his plansare half and will be available during
IL- to tear up one side of Call Streetat much of the work on Call and Walnut

Workshop... ,' '- the time so there will be parking Streets.At .
I I on the other side. "We try to work a Monday, Sept. 21, meeting of
A workshop for parents climate with the merchants as best we can, the project Task Force, a group of
control, parental opinion, and com- Construction Reaches Thompson and CalL.. but we must have ample space to East Call and Thompson Street
munications between home and work,"Sweet said Wednesday after the loss
business operators protested
school is scheduled at 7 Tues- Columbia Paving equipment was digging up East bnlkHngs jet east of ad adjacent I* the RMmfecrgB
p.m. ... ... --""-&0 of the parking spaces and were
Street .
day, Sept. 29, in the Southside Call Street between 'Ibom. Wednesday g.at lei&The city plan die Some merchants on East Call about in
the torn streets
Work reached Street fete -- ... --.c.'h- angry up
Elementary School cafeteria.For afternoon. TbompM early crease sere perking Street claim they were not informed
front of their businesses.Task Force
week and left downtown merchants fussing ever last remaM ebe d.--- id die R..e.aerg
additional information call BY of meetings of the Downtown Progress Chairman John Miller said the -
parking spaces where decorative"..I IIIeI. for trees.hubbery Baiting A w.rktr.p.k die dr.u/m prejstt.bbe.gl.ev project
Committee and
9647525.Parenting the
964-6800 city-
will be nice addition to
benches U supposed.. go. iMa B.ii..r presera. is set 6r 1::>> ...... appointed Task Force for the project. a
The City Council b purchasing the Gerald Brown Tneoday. Scot a. sn dry fcaML Those merchants say they (See DT Project... P.2A)

Expectant parents don't want to

Tuesday miss Parenting the,prenatal Sept.Preparedness 29,series at 7 P.M.to is begin a 5 on Seminole Ridge Road Moved Up... on Paving Priorities List I

addresses -
week series that

pregnancy, childbirth and care of A roomful of Seminole Ridge but get little service from the cx.tty. bodge.Farsyth a .d. which they who represents the Bessent Road Board members have been tryingto
the newborn. residents succeeded In getting their say easts die meat of any rood SB the area in his District 3. voted againstthe pave one road a year. If the county -
You will learn everything from Melrose-area subdivison moved into The road in Seminole Ridge that m-. change in priorities which pass- gets to Forsyth Road in the comIng
breathing for labor to calming a second place on the county road paving needs paving the worst is 17 miles Basato t: Road SE tad Are) was ed 41. year, it will be at least two years
crying Infant. The course is spon- priority list. long. It loops off SR-n at the Suwaa- mowed. down to Hard place.The unpaved before the road In Seminole Ridgecan
sored by Bradford Extension Home nee Swifty Store No. an and loops porgy of Bessent is only The board stressed it will be be paved.
Economics and will be taught at around and comes out at Hayes about ball a male and CIDIIIIDI5urptlliaUnCUIey"U awhile before the county.can pave Board Chairman Lawrence
the Bradford Uhdon Vocational The residents who live in the ex Nursery further north on SB-n.Tbe nets add d 10 another road. Eunice Road north of Mosley agreed the Seminole Ridge
Technical School (Votech). To treme SE corner of the county on the roads consist of SE Cud Ave. and a ...u.r project. When the east end Lawtey has just been completed at a residents pay a lot of taxes, "But
register call the Votech at 9646150. east side of Santa Fe Lake say the portion SE 77th St.which is called of Besaeat nTpaved the board has cost o* 554294. Board members there's just so much to spend."
main road into Seminole Ridge stays Lakeview Drive in Clay County.Forsytb tatted of also pavng a road into pointed out the road paving fund is
washed out. Sifting sugar sand is Fsebrerae sabdtvioeotot off Bessent down to around $40,000 now. The The residents, some 45 strong, ti
Homecoming Reunion.. continual problem,and the area gets Road (SE llth Ave) remains a.ad,. ........ nee of less than funds grows a little more than said they'd contact Clay County
Bradford less than its share of road work. The first on the paving priority aIe.. $20OOO per month from the county's about paving its part of Lakeview
The Class of 1961 of
High School Is sponsoring a residents point out they all pay taxes list. Commissioners refused to Ca.... .: ser Marie Carter Jr.. 4-eents per gallon gasoline tax. Drive.

homecoming reunion for all
graduates in classes 1956 through

Club 1965 at immediately the Starke Golf following& Country the Big Crowd Celebrates 200th Birthday of U.S Constitutionby I

homecoming game Friday, Oct. 23.

The patriotic tone of the evedng
E. L. MatthewsThe
began with astirring
Meals for Seniors... largest crowd of spectators- colors by six uniformed Color

Bradford residents 60 years of estimated<< at 2,500ever to attend a Guards representm* snits from
age and older may be eligible to community event (except football Camp Blanduig and Starke.. and the
games) filled the BUS stadium historical nut
receive a meal at no cost from the period-costumed
Suwannee River Economic Council Thursday night, Sept. 17. for an from St.Augustine wearing authentic -
(SREC) at 134 E. South Street, altogether fitting and impressive uniforms from all wars iiivutvmg
Starke. tribute to the UJ5. Constitution on VJS. troops, from the Revolutionary
SREC serves a nutritionally the 200th anniversary of its signing War to Vietnam.
balanced meal Monday through in the fall of 1787. Choral numbers by a mixed group
holidays. For more Guy Andrews chairman of the of 123 singers from nx church dills
Friday, except
information call 9647894. Bradford County Constitution and the Bradford High School
Bicentennial Commission set the chorus directed by Don Hardy
Art Festival... tone for spectacular events to follow were outstanding and reached a
when, in his opening remarks, he high pointoff' .. m.-d rffpfaiom'Battle
The Starke Festival of the Arts is said: "Today is a day to recall that Hymn of the Repi tic" aearranged
scheduled for October 24-25 on Jefferson 200 years later. America still by Peter J. Wilbowsky.Equally .
Street beside the Starke governs Itself by consent of the peo stirring was the Cannes
Center of Santa Fe Community Col- pie. The televised Iran-Centra hearings Dragon arrangement of America
lege.Applications. this summerreflecting the the Beautiful", played by a S6Piea
are now being ac- never-ending test of wills between band composed of selected' BUS
cepted for artist entries. Deadlinefor the executive and legislative branches Band members and eemermdy
artist applications is Aug. 28. of governmentand the cur- volunteer mttsifiang, directed by
Entertainment applications are rent televised hearings before the Buddy BalL
available now. U.S. Senate over the nomination of Alice Hudson of Starke. who has 1
For information call Nancee Judge Robert Bart to the U.S. sung roles with the Jacksonville
Clark or Carol Brown at 395-5159 in Supreme Court both serve to Opera Company led the mass audience Mar
Gainesville or call the SFCC Starke demonstrate the degree to which in singing the National Anthem

Center at 9645362.Upcoming. public ooPmy and nation are conducted following a presentatioa of

vigorously." It silver stars byScos Each!: '. ;.,' .' .)-4' .;ti... :. "... ._ 'C- '_C. ._'-- -
could have been said also that these star represented a state in the
unique events could not have occurred Union, in the order hi which it .
The following meetings are perhaps anywhere else on the ratified the --. Rev.Jerry Visitor From Sky Invades Celebration...

- scheduled by local governmental g From Patton narrated highlights of each A saprbe wis t.. wafted frana the sky and thrilled fee la Philadelphia on September 17, 1787. and was
agencies: the opening cannon salute to state as its star was presented .,.... E dIe Wenteaniai of the.. ll.Ute presented to the 13 states for ratification.
Starke Zoning Board, 7 p.m. the grand finale fireworks, each Bringing many spectators to their c-- Some 2500 people celebrated the :200th anniversary of I
Thursday, Sept. 24, in city hall See event ticked off with clocklike precision feet in the stands,, two sfcydirgs this fateful day at the High School Stadium on Thursday -
story in this edition about Belco presenting one spectacular from the Keystone Airport Skydr- The MaOanal CtmoOMIfm signed fcy. its drafters night Sept. 17.
Enterprises asking for business tableau after another.Representative ing Club made spectacular preeiuw -

classification on Orange Street bet- Chance Irvine, of l 4ing fn Am trmtfrtt bya r- > Health at the time.He sat on the dais was the tlr t to arrive inPhiladelphiaandwas
ween Madison and Lafayette Orange Park, updated one application large, floating Americas flax Cwt_ .;.,.theddegksamaaawhoo long,chairingthe eleven days
Streets. of the Constitution to the present which was caught by NationalGuardsmen. 'tsee hsmsetf asa politician .=rnIUJDmer, sure that early..This eagerness to get to work
Tax Adjustment Board: 9 a.m. time by pointing out the enduring state L"Be was a soldier and a all who wished to be beard were continued throughout tba long, hot
Tuesday. Sept. 29, In county com- significance" of the phrase. "We The Biographical sfcrtchfs of three of geatleaasa roe at home in has beard. He was, as has been said. summer. A,. scholar Imaelf
mission meeting room the Bradford People.said The District 21 Representative the leading figures at the auuuner- casdry state car es tile batUdsdd.Bet First in War; first in Peace; and Madison had, 'read, the social
for lower- the voice of the people in Cuu.euUon add- in the hearts of his in
courthouse. Seven cases edhbtatatltO"Bcaox.t wash-glae anew the new first philosophers who talk:< new
ing property assessment are slated opposition to a new tax on services! to the pro __of data.eeded a anteentral countrymen' .tom about innatehu rights
to be presented to levied in Florida bad resulted in the gram. 'and d
to be presented force or Ua new human dignity/ was
Board comingof call of a special session of the Washington-. James Madison... for Con.CSee
the Tax Adjustment George mK7 miglst: fall apart. S. be prepared pus -
County Commissioners Maxie Florida Legislature to Dr.Bernard McFadden of SFCC agreed tto preRde ewer the ceo+eatist R. A. (Buoy) Green described !
Co'n.t1tu' P,2A
tax."We the
Carter Jr., chairman; Joe Riddick repealing an unpopular" she said stone Center described George aabaugi wary and to fading Madison and his invaluable role: He
and Wilbur Waters, and School People speak
Board Members Rodney Hall and

James workshop Starke(Cobby Council, to work) Wainwright.7:30 on p.m.the Com Sept. 29, Clay County Residents Using Bradford Landfill, Board Told .

munity Development Block Grant to oivioe 20 acres norm a
for the revitalization of downtown. Clay County residents lie using In the future the county will tsg they awe at Bradford -- TIle board also discussed the Starke mission off US-301 and NW 29th Ave.
la the Bradford landfill SR-100 residents sod. waste fee osefulmtss of more work squads.
Project engineer Jim Robinson on near assess a tyThe into one acre lots for mobile homes.
expected: to be present to explain to Keystone Heights, county commissioners and then use receipts from payment board is aba bothered byrpia Zoning Requests... The zoning change was from
city commissioners and interested were told Sept. 14 by E.... of that fee as a requirement to gam # <( osdside to> 101- sitesasn.d agriculture (EA) to open rural
citizens what has been cut out of Stalling* who lives on SR-18 near entrance to the landfill. OTKealexommissioners r the canary. A prison crew The commission unanimously approved (OR).
two zoning requests as
It in over CrystaTLake."This p&a1Ded. ..... isaaykeepvautrugashati9iectie4
after came
the project
budget. Is not hearsay.This is know- bad to admit the ate to deaa op the recommended by the Zoning : More Gas Tax..

Bradford County Commission, so," Stallings told the commis dumping is not yet restricted to a.aaaea.C.eamirowrrJeepi. Lams to Arrington establish was a welding granted permission and The commission voted to apply to
Bradford residents. In fact, at has
9:30 a.m. Monday Oct. 5. the sioners. add two more cents gallon, for a
of the attendant been far to regulate fr.who is fabrication shop on 25,000 square
meeting. Principle job gate impossible so
first Monday to the
regular three miles south of total of six cents per gallon
Lawtey City Commission: 7:30 at the landfill is to record the volume who uses the landfilL Ante tap the tondfill ,operation, feet for trailers effective Sept 1,
Monday! Oct. 5, the regular of garbage going In.said Solid Waste won't do the jab titraman day tine.....W boa jailed Starke op SEllth Street (Forsyth from county 11188. .gas tax
first Monday meeting. Supervisor Darrell NeaL Enforcement residents can purchase a Bradfordtag. ter lorpropr 8repia4 fII gaibsge.has Road 1 OIling: change industrial was The board missed the July I, 1981
A sticker has also.been seed bat ; I has to actually open run- OR) to light
-Starke City Commission: 7:30 of who dumps garbage currently 'II"sas.asae date to apply to the Department of
Tuesday, Oct. 6, the regular is very difficult O'Neal told the clerk's office gave stickers, nee-..rues.dlrgalfy"dumping gala ILW). Revenue
drat Tuesday meeting. the board and Stallings. without requiring proof to anyone esavktia WJ. Stone Jr. was granted per-

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-PiKOtA :TKI.KCJRAPII: September 24.1881New ..
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$5.6 Million County Budget Okayed I

: After 2 Unattended Public Hearingsby
'';''>">- .. .... _: :'

"" Buster Rahn allowed the group to utilize. Chair discussion on the subject.
'I BCT Staff WriterA man Mosley said the request will be Chairman Mosley stated that commissioners
t $$.1 million Bradford County considered,and reminded the group have recommended acceptance
-""..., ... ; budget received final approval Tues that commissioners have already of the rolled back millage
'.,' ," day night, Sept. 15 by the county given them $3,800 In the proposed rate of 7.903 mills There was no
,1; . "" n.. : '..,. I The final approval came after two Commissioners Wilbur Waters from the audience.
public hearings required by law and and Maxie Carter Jr. both indicated When the call to adopt both the
held Sept. I and IS. The$5.t million they felt the county had done all it millage and the tentative budgetwas
rw t budget, the largest ever in the coun- could do this year for the Concerned made, the commission responded
ty,was balanced Aug.3 with$502,702 Citizens g pup.There was no further with a unanimous 5-0 approval.
in carryover funds, some$300,000 in
increased funds from state sources. -_
.r The commission had planned to .,
Impose another two cents per gallon
gasoline tax estimated to raise
145000. However that tax cannotbe
put into effect until Sept. 1,1888
I because the county missed thejuly 1 Currier and Ives published more than 7,000 prints
deadline to apply to the state -
,. Department of Revenue.The budget -- ), ..
I shortage will be made up,hopefully -
by some federal revenue sharing f Bradford
funds that the county has been Riding
notified it will receive.
The federal revenue sharing program
has been phased out, but ClubH
,1 I surplus funds will be distributed to
"", -"" '
the various participants, including T- TVa"
Bradford County, said deputy clerk
Esther Ellerson. Invites you to see the

y The millage levy is 7.903 mills,
L which will raise the same dollars as Racing Events
in 86-87, and is not a tax increase.
There were some 20-29 people in
Saturday Sept. 26 7-8
the audience Sept.9. However,there p.m.
was no organized protest to the U.S. 301 North Fairgrounds
_ Style Christmas Decorations Being Chosen... budget as presented. .
Commission Chairman Lawrence
City Clerk Neil Tucker and Utilities Director Bill for Temple Avenue Call Street and Madison Street. Mosley asked if anyone wished to address -
Weldon have erected four sample Christmas decora- The new decorations will be guaranteed for three the meeting. A spokeswoman FREEHOT
I tions from which the City Council can choose. years. The Happy Holiday letters at each end of townon for Concerned Citizens asked for ad-
Tucker told the Council."Tell..s. which way to go and US-301 can be reworked by an Ocala firm at a sav- ditional funds to pay the insuranceon
we'll workout the deal.! "New decorations. are planned ings of$500-1600, Clerk Tucker says. the old RJE building, which the
Bradford County School Board has DOGS

. DT ]Project. & COKESWill

(from page 1A) some $140,000 over budget.At Progress Committee members are SR-230, but DOT officials said the be given away from
proposing a deal in which the county need
road doesn't andit
repaying now
downtown Starke but some disturbances would 7-8 p.m.
give the city $140,000 of the would be a waste of money to turnit
must be expected. present, because of the cuts, $385,000 to repave" Call Street inside back now.DOT is required to put a Grand Entry and singingof
Miller invited the merchants to attend there are no funds in the project to the city Gmi(s: The county could road in top condition before turning National Anthem by
a 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Sept. 29, repave the downtown streets,which then bank the remainder of the it back to a county.
work session with the city commis- has also placed in question the pav- money to repave the portion of Starke has a $575,000 Community Jackpot Classes Kyle Harrison, 7 p.m
sion on the downtown project. ing of brick paver cross walks. The SR-230 east whenever it deems the Development Block Grant for the
Engineer Jim Robinson is supposedto state Department of Transportationhas road needs it. downtown revitalization of the &
be present to explain to the city agreed to give Bradford Countythe downtown. Purchase of parking lots SUPER JACKPOT 3:00:
commissioners the cuts that were $385,000, the estimated cast of County commissioners discussed and administration costs cut that to
made in the project when it came in repaving SR-230 east. Downtown with DOT officials the turnback $391,000.in Hot dogs and Cokes sponsored by Sheriff Dolph Reddish, City

Council Members Vernon Silcox, Charles Schaefer, Travis

Constitutionfrom II Woods Jimmy Crosby and Bobby Biggs: County Commissioners

men of his age might have thought ititution in every respect, but it was charge of putting it all'together Lawrence Mosley, E. l. "Nook" Norman, Joe Riddick, Maxie
( Page 1A) that this job was for younger men, as near to perfection as could be and Dr. April O'Connell, drama In- Carter, Wilbur Waters and the Community State bank of Starke.
but not the irrepressable Franklin.He reached and he knew of no structor with Santa Fe Community
vention as perhaps no other was determined to give whateverhe historical document that could College,who wrote the sketches and
delegate.He had. been for could of his energies and strength match it. the "Fanfare to the Constitution" Twenty five dollar Jackpot Classes sponsored by: Jackson
a governmental working plan of checks to the Convention.He students.staged by her .SFCC Starke Center Building Supply Old Glory Feed Store, Mosley Tire and E. J.
and balances.He came with the Ideathat After the Convention adjourned a Susan Radio Station Dowling Stables.
C. Lee of
free could was a homespun philosopher-
a people O friend
themselves devise a social conlrac[ essayist,scientist,and creator of In- what lady kind of asked "Mr. FrankJin. WPXE was mistress of ceremoniesfor FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL: 964-7871
by which they could be ruled. That ventions, including the Franklin government will we the celebration.
have? The
wise old
government-by-social contract stove, the lightning rod and bi-focal man replied, .
became our Constitution- still spectacles. it."A"republic,madam-we can keep J .... ,

serves us well today. ,. "
It was September 17 when For all of the."blood, sweat, and ,f.b" .....' ,..- -. ...' ".' .._" 'I, \1'. )\'
Benjamin Franklin... delegates met to sign the immortal tears that"went' into this -
William A. (Bill) Bessent reviewed document. Franklin had carefully memorable production for the men .
the wise and witty role of the prepared a speech but could not women and children of Bradford
patriarch Benjamin Franklin at the muster the energy to read it,turningit County credit is due to many more
Convention: over to another,younger speaker. than can be named,but deserving of "touch-Call.
He had led a long and eventful life What he said in effect was that he ipecial thanks are Jack Eckdahl of
and was getting on in years. Other could not approve of the new Con- the Chamber of Commerce who was

Keep in touch

Tho following ad appeared in the Sept. 17 issue of the

Telegraph incorrectly listing Sanitation Department twice, with push buttonconvenience.

and excluding the Police Department. Listed below is the cor-

rect advertisement In the Sept. 24 Issue of the Telegraph.Public .

< NoticeNotice

Touch-Call keeps you from going around in circles.

Unlike old-fashioned rotary phones.Touch-Call makes your phone con-

of Budget Hearing nections quick and easy. It's the simple way to update your phone and the way

you use it.Call .
today to find out more about Touch-Call. For dialing convenience you

The City of Hampton: has tentatively adopted a can put your finger on.

,f. budget for Fiscal Year 1988. A p bi'c+ hearing to makea

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,


Total of
Category ... .
All Funds
(,. .,
.. ." 0 .
u 0, .' ". '

Revenue ..j'r": ", ,, ?' ,

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

General Fund Carryover .. .. .', .,,. . . .11,619.00

TOTAL ,: '',, '94,259.00 .

: ,, tjqL
Expenditures ,

Administration . . . ., . . '34,064.00Fire

Department . . . . . . 3,000.00
Recreation Department . .'. . . . 2,000.00

Sanitation Department . . . . 4,200.00

Street Department ., . . . . . .31,800.00

Police Department . . . . . 19,195.OO
TOTAL '94,259.00 "

Revenues /

Water Collections . . . : . '18,700.00 CENTELWhere

Water Department ,.,> ..
Expenditures . . . . . . '18700.00 : :':: connect. te "-; '
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September 24, 1.81 TELEGRAPH Page 3.-\

[ 1sy $88,677 Budget Approved by Hampton Councilby

Joe Cissy (faxes account for the remainder of %-inch black pipe is bursting often. premiums/'said Allen. "I wonder if
BCT Staff WriterAt the budgeted Income Also many meters are nor working we know where all our fire plugs
a special session of the Hamp properly, Mayor Elwood Padgett are?" It was decided to paint all fire
r, ton City Council, on Thursday Expense Budget... said. plugs with red or orange fluorescent
r September 10, postponed from Tues- The Street Department of the city "Some of the meters are at a paint, so they would be visible and
day because of the City elections,the will take the biggest chunk of the standstill," Padgett said. "With the easy to see.Election. .
council presented a budget for the money, $31,800 being alloted to that water turned on and running the
upcoming year. second and final category. Administration will eat up meters would not move." It was Reviewed...
public hearing for the budget waa another$28,482,and the Police Dept. stated that new meters are about as City Clerk Gordon Wadsworth
held on Tuesday, Sept. 22, at 7 p.m. is slated to receive 19195. The Fire cheap as to overhaul an old ones. reported the election Tuesday,
No ammendments were proposed at Department is allotted $$3,000 "I am just mentioning this for the September 8, was handled in an excellent -
that time, so final adoption was Recreation Department $2,000, and council to consider," Padgett said. manner."All the records of
passed Sanitation $4,200. ,'/ "We can't afford to buy a lot of new the election are in good order," he
fit/( meters. Maybe we could change to a
I base rate and do away with them." said.Newly elected members of the
'I I Not Included in these figures, but
Projected Revenues... anticipated to be needed, .is a new council are Frank Bryant and Ida
Gross projected Income for the police car at,a cost of around$25,000. was Creighton.re-elected Councilman easily. The John Council's Allen

general fund is $88,677, down from Water Department Funds... Fire Department... next regularly scheduled meeting is
$96.079 for last year. The Fire Department is to start a set October 13, at 7 p.m. when the
The ad There are 117 customers of the City -
valorem tax millage is set
program new new council members will take their
at 1.714, same as last year and will Water Department and this will members, now that they have a bet. seats.A .
generate $19,027, just over 21 percent provide about$18,700 to that Depart- ter fire truck. total of 62 voters turned out for
: of total revenue. Federal ment. Expenses of that departmentare "The city is not rated for fire Insurance the election, just under percent of
revenue sharing accounts for set at the same amount.In ." said Councilman John the 157 registered. John Allen
$35,488, cigarette and motor fuel Allen, 'but it is possible with the received 50 votes Frank Bryant
taxes $28,597. Franchise fees from new truck a rating could be given. received 30, and Ida Creighton polled '
Florida Power and Light, $6,900. A Other Business. This would help residents with their 24, to fill the three seats being
carryover in the General Fund Is anticipated Problems with water lines off the Insurance premiums." contested. Other candidates were
to be$11,619. Occupational main line to meters are becoming "The location of fire plugs is John Evans, James Mitzel, and
licenses, building permits, and sales. worse and more frequent. The another consideration in insurance Dorothy Mitzel.


Elementary Schools Celebrate 1


by Joe Gissy Principal Buddy Paterson, dress- classroom T.V. Wednesday, from second grader, made a special
BCT Staff Writer ed In an 1870's costume, and In. Washington D. C., and on Thrusday, presentation on the "Road Runner"
Arts Festival Photo by Mork Frledlln All local elementary schools had troduced as "The Father of Our the parade in Philadelphia. report. Thursday was Red, White '
on Track... special programs commemorating Country," related the history of the Rev.Jerry Patton, member of the and Blue Day, when students wore i
Carol Brown (at left) and Nancee Clark have been hard at work Constitution Day, which was last "five long, hot months" spent in County Constitutional Committee, combinations of the nation's colors I
coordinating the Second Annual Santa Fe Community College Art Thursday. September 17. Our National Philadelphia, as he presided over spoke to the students at Southside to school and made flag hats to
Festival, hosted by the Starke Branch of SFCC, from their new office Constitution was signed on the convention of delegates assembled Elementary, and throughout the wear to the cafeteria.At .
at the Magnolia Hotel in Starke. this date 200 years ago, by the to frame the Constitution for a week various skits and programs Brooker, about 10 sixth graders
Brown, who is also an English professor,and Clark, who teachesart delegates who had spent a long hot new government.At were conducted by students in their prepared a skit that was presentedto
at SFCC, are in charge of the school's Spring Arts Cultural Pro- summer writing the document thatis Hampton, a drill team of Na- home rooms. The fifth grade class of the Parents Association meeting I
gram. still today our basic law of the tional Guardsmen was on hand to Ms. Brenda Stroud presented a TV Tuesday evening and again to the !
Both are experienced In the complex job of coordinating an event land". conduct a flag raising ceremony at 8 program on the Constitution in- student body at an assembly Thurs-
like the Arts Festival, which was a big success In Starke In Its first At Lawtey Elementary, George a.m. After school convened Guard- cluding a rap on the 200-year-old day morning. Skit participants wore
year in 19116.Brown Washington was an honored visitor, smen visited each classroom, document. Wednesday and Thurs- wigs and dressed in costumes in-
and Clark both agree that learning all about a new area Is and spoke to the student body at an distributed coloring books and spoke day were Red, White,and Blue Days dicative of the 1700's. They also wat-
a big challenge but say that local citizens have been "enthusiastic assembly called for the purpose. In with the students. At 1 p.m., the atSS. ched the Presidential address from I
friendly and cooperative". introducing the guest, Media students again assembled at the At Starke Elementary, for about a Washington D. C. Thursday. Other f
Volunteers for the show are still needed to help paint a banner for Specialist Dorothy Moore wondered, flagpole, and released red, white week and a half, members of the 5th programs were conducted in In- I
U.S. 3111( and to paint the numbered sites for the artists Call "How would the three delegates who and blue balloons. They also watched grade made daily presentations and dividual classrooms, for example
Street and other jobs. on refused to sign the Constitution feel President Ronald Reagan on readings from the Constitution, and one classroom had a cake decoratedas I
today if they could see the results of Wednesday Laura Conti,mother of a a U.S. Flag.
their work now?"

.n___________ Committees Named in Drug-Free I

Schools Program 'I j I

.. By Joe Gissy A Policy Review Committee, items to the press and radio, in addi-
., .rsfMl BCT Staff WriterAt headed up by Eugenia Whitehead, tion to preparing a brochure for
coordinator of student services for distribution.
1. the second meeting of the Drug the Bradford school system, is com- Plans were made at this meeting
r Free Schools program, three action missioned to develop a course of ac.tlon to participate in the Homecoming
committees were established, and Parade the Christmas Parade, and
B to get youth involved in the drug
t v I B gt laid groundwork for their goals for free program and to study and to develop a program for future
the remainder of this .
year.A meetings.A .
recommend a policy for adoption by
Social Action Committee, head- school authorities.The name is needed for the group
r ed by Rev. Jerry Patton, pastor of Public Relations Committeeis other than "Drug Free Schools/'
the First Presbyterian Church, chaired by Margaret Ritchie, a because the thrust is to be toward I
outlined the need for a communitywide member of the Humane Society and the entire community. Parents
RUM GIN awareness of the problem, and an animal guardian. Its immediate have to be made aware of the extent l
community wide involvement in the of the if to have
goal Is to gather materials for a problem, we are any
& VODKA fight to control drugs and alcohol reference library, and get news success at all," said Adelle Mitchell
abuse. recently retired Bradford schoolteacher J

mimoff BOCADOR RUMHALLMARK who organized the local pro-

GIN PUBLIC HEARING NOTICENotice gram."Red Ribbon Day" is set for May i

80 PROOF sTR 80 Is hereby given that the City of Lawtey Citizen's 9, 1988, during "Say No To Drugs
VOD week, May 9- 16. 1988.
VODKA OR Advisory Task Force for the 1986 Community Develop.

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a of the free brochure
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3. Expand the Target Area to Include additional units you promptly
Te-Mad Is a free service provided
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tion. Bradford Hospital Inc.BRIDES .

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I Speaker Nicaraguan Situation After 2.5 Years tn Managua


Dr. Harvey K. Meyer, the author of three bookson "We need to be firm against Communism," Dr. which they began and triumphed in 1979.
Central America and a resident of Managua Meyer continued, "but by using constructive The present Sandinista leaders are avow- (
Nicaragua, for two and a half years, told diplomacy and democratically sound principles. ed Marxists, which we surely cannot sup- -
members of the Keystone Heights Woman's Club, We must stop our undercover war-making, whichis port at all. They have severe economic A M '
during a luncheon meeting Tuesday, Sept. 15, that failing as we failed at the Bay of Pigs, when we problems which prevent stabilization. nil latetM i 0 a y.pteanYsf 1 o tiN A M A : t
the U.S. "cannot in good conscience support either likewise acted on extremely faulty intelligence. Their currency is almost valueless. HiwJaOi.***! o* IJ(
the Sandinistas or the Contras"In the current civil Let us instead offer the resourceslegal, social Without solutions to some of these problems ou to t AGahnton k nJnumonin
war now being waged in that tiny country,approximately and economic, of a great democracy. Let us share neither Marxism nor democracy is -s K S (
the size of Florida. the agricultural medical, industrial, Intellectual, slated to have much success in that coun-
and educational wealth of a world leader, with try." .,,vs Christi ; (
Addressing the topic, "Central AmericaWhy these small neighbors of our hemisphere. It wouldbe Again the question was asked, "Central G u at :rt'a'
Revolutions, Dr. Meyer, now less expensive and far more effective in Americawhy revolution?" Answeringhis wwr.s e1 '
dent of Melrose, said the Central America situa- reaching our goal in Central America than pouring own question, Dr. Meyer said, rodmeioe 0 F 8iratte m e' (
tion presents a true dilemma to the U.S.,and asked millions into supporting the Contras." "Revolution there has ceased to be a
"What CAN America do" luxury- is a necessity. Worldwide the E x l C"--Ha a sac
l>r. Meyer scoffed "Perhaps the alternative to war will eventually than three million people could endanger television and cinema, the lives of those j
evolve from the Contadora process and the recent America's 220 million. "They are a much greater who HAVE. Nevermore will they be con- 4T' y rampico .
peace proposals, advanced by a group of Central threat to themselves," he said, based on observa- tent again in grinding poverty. Revolutionwill e* C/ R E 9 Mt.rOrif <
American countries, including Guatemala, El tions during his three years in Managua where he come either through rapid and er l Arr
Salvador, Honduras,Nicaragua,and Costa Rica," establishd and directed the Instituto Nacional peaceful constructive change, or through o/ M o vn "i' (
Dr Meyer said. He added that our support of the Tecnico-Vocational training.He tragic bloodshed. There is a wealth of pea CSMOeehe M ocrt' nt
Contras is almost universally condemned in Latin pie of beauty, of land, of fertility, and wk. ? 1"
America, and the U.S. is losing the friendship of said that to compare the Contras to "our treasure- all, a wealth of promise. I a aeb Y nlreot ( ; (
its former allies in the region. "It looks to our Founding Fathers" was at best uninformed, and trust that its people, and we their N.eu Yewait "a- etttitl A R Il P
neighbors (in Central America) that we are resor- at worst "plain foolish." He said "...we in neighbors, can share in all of it," Dr. ,,,cbiiiab yq, dl 16 : B
ting to the Gunboat Diplomacy that failed us in America should not be supporting & dirty little Meyer said. "The issue there is not Com- (
the last century. It is our responsibility to be more war against a tiny country with which we have munism or other ismsit is the larger 'Ln rOeaaaio : '
amenable to reason formal diplomatic relations. This is not only terribly ,,,
open with our friends, more issue of humanity. The answer is not in ob
than we have beenand to be more supportive of expensive, and" wierdly incongruous, but also gunsfor guns are the enemy of peace." .... + oau.r r t oU ,vw.warwwM.r
the real revolutionary process, which is now utterly ridiculous. f h e,p +M fi. i
fermenting in Central America and can be more How It Happened.. 9
On the other hand, he said, "The Sandinistas do ;
legitimately compared to the acts of our 'Foun-
ding Fathers' than to the futile war now being not merit our wholehearted support. They have As a preface to his talk Dr. Harvey said, (+ ant
rejected the pluralistic, partly democratic base to EL S 4r Mro ,, v y1 4
waged by the Contras. "We have all been exposed a great Kr -
volume of news, views, and opinions about w c
this troubled region between North and COSTA
South America. But far too little informa- 4
tion has been available to the general ,as# 0t
public as to the roots of Central American 1 4
etUTOKiALS upheavals.. Conflicting reports as to condi- t ao
tions there made it difficult to obtain a real t
grasp of the Issues involved. In a rapidly 4
shrinking world we need to be increasinglyaware banner of Manifest Destiny, and with heavy dictatorial hand and fist of the
!1" of our close neighbors and to be informed much U.S. support, a bizarre character Somozas, who retained power from 1933
as to their needs and conflicts. named William Walker who, with 58 com- until overthrown by the Sandinistas 46 .

"It should be remembered that from panions, invaded and ultimately made years later.In .

Florida it is possible to reach any part of himself president of Nicaragua. He was the 1950s there was a brief period 4
somewhat a genius- medical doctor,
Muddled Mess in Tallahassee Central America in an hour or two. The
of is a lawyer, newspaper editor, an accomplished when the U.S. aided the area with its Point
northernmost Nicaragua just
point author, and a self-styled general, who Four Program-- including help in 4
Keeps Solons in State of ConfusionThe thousand miles due south of Cedar Key- had earlier tried to found a republic in agriculture, health and education. Yet the
closer to than Chicago.
Mexico. His grandiose plan was create a basic instabilities were such that when the
"From Spanish colonial times on, the Central American union which, together Sandinista victory came in 1979, the U.S. 4
United States has exerted great influencein with Cuba, could be annexed to the U.S. seemed bankrupt of any means to deal
ford schools would lose the area, both direct and indirect. We and tip the balance in favor of slavery in with it. The history of the area for the past
mixed and muddled atmospherethat County are commonly referred to there as "the order to aid the southern states that later eight years has been dominated by the ex- 4
often prevails in Tallahassee's from its budget needs in the current Colossus of the North." In 1803 the U.S. became the Confederacy. Meanwhile,Cen- istence and support of the Contras.

legislative hails was worse than ever fiscal year if the service tax is repealed. made the famed Louisiana purchase, a tral America bore the brunt of war. How did a great power like the U.S. get .

this week as reluctant House and Senate Duncan doesn't count on much, if any, part of originally held Spanish territory. In In the 1900s the U.S. embraced a in such an awkward situation as now exists -
help from the "promised" lottery funds 1847 we annexed Texas, California, and a ? In Salvador
Dollar we support a governmentthat
members gathered for an ill-fated third of all policy Diplomacy",amoun- ,
lot a
which if materialize would more is fighting a major insurrection. In '
even they to investment in
special session to deal with the unpopular Mexican territory. In 1890 we fell heir to ting polite exploitation by
bring Bradford only an estimated the guise of friendship. By 1912 there was Nicaragua we support an insurrection thatis
and for
sales tax on services rushed the Philippines and Puerto Rico, a the constituted
direct fighting government. We .
intervention in
military Nicaragua
$50,000. "We too far into the budget All of this
are while controlled Cuba. was con-
through at the 1987 session. which lasted for the next 21 years.In are violating solemn treaties entered into
to to loss of in siderable imperial enterprise for a
year adjust a $600,000 with the United Nations and the Organization -
With Governor Martinez changing his revenue," Duncan says. democracy that sought no empire.In "Good 1933 came President Roosevelt's of American States. .
Neighbor" policy, widely hailed
position almost daily, for and againstthe In the meanwhile, back in the 1850s termed our"Manifest policy in Destiny Central and well-received in Latin America In this strange situation, it is essential
tax, the solons were obviously miff- Tallahassee, a Monday morning America was because it included the withdrawal of all that we HEAR each other. To do this, we .
the belief that the U.S. would and should
ed by his call for a special session on the scheduled meeting of the House eventually cover all of North America. military forces from several nations. what must is not going only on listen, in that, but areaand also understand
issue without even a courtesy call to the Finance and Taxation Committee endedin During those'years, under the unofficial Stability in Nicaragua was achieved by the I

House and Senate leaders to get their in- confusion after representatives of the ,

put on the subject.At Governor's office failed to show to -

testify because they were too busy brief- ,
the regular session last spring, ing the Senate on Martinez's plans, or J Letters to the Editor WASHINGTONVIEWPOINT

Martinez and the leadership reportedly{ lack thereof.
connived "over beer and pizza at the 1
home of a Tallahassee lobbyist to rush "He calls us into special session, and

the new tax through both houses as soon his people" can't meet with us until Reader Praises Community Effort. by Lawton Chiles :
did this tomorrow, said one disgruntled House
as the session opened. They --
member. "It's incredible. What an em- In Staging Constitution day 1
rather than waitas was the long- For several years the

standing custom- pass new tax bills barrassment. Dear Editor: even close to what we have now. Althoughwe federal government has
late in the session, after determininghow Another House member warned that This letter is to express my congratulations often take for granted the freedoms waged war against illicit '

much new money would be needed the Legislature could not repeal the tax and thanks to the many people who that the Constitution affords us, at least we drug smugglers through the

and fixing the tax accordingly) In old- without immediate replacement or organized Bicentennial and participated Celebration in the for Constitutional a job HAVE those freedoms.I use of the military, 37 federal !
would also like to the
fashioned language this is called "get-" budget cuts because the State Constitu- well done.From the band and chorus to the citizens of Bradford County congratulate as a whole for agencies, sophisticated in-
ting the cart before the horse. In tion forbids running the governmentwith parachutes it was obvious that quite a lot turning out for the Bicentennial Celebra- terdiction equipment and
legislative language, it means rushing a a deficit." of work had been put in to the celebration, tion. It really thrills my heart to see that so Five anti-drug task forces.
the and I, for one, appreciate that effort! in area still believe in
controverial tax bill through many people our
realize The Senate was told by Lt. Gov. In addition to being entertaining, I also what this country, state, county and city Despite this investment, I
legislature before the people Brantley that Martinez would settle for think that the evening was quite an educa- has to offer us. You truly showed that you more illegal drugs are being
what is going on and have a chance to immediate repeal of the service tax and tional event. I hope that everyone learnedas care for and will support our nation and smuggled into the U.S. now
much as I did about our founding
themselves.The her activities.
express than ever before.
save questions of budget reform and
fathers and walked away with an increased Thanks again to for the
plan worked for Martinez et al. replacement taxes until later. But the knowledge about the document that has wonderful Constitutional everyone Bicentennial It is clear that we have .

They the tax but when taxpayers, Senate apparently wasn't buying that shaped the lives of all the citizens of this Celebration! Why don't we try it again on the army and ammunition,
line of cart-before-the-horsing. great country. July 4? The fireworks were fantastic!t 11Sincerely I but we are lacking the Gen- "
became aware of what had been done to ___" Without the Constitution that people
themthe fat hit the fire, along with such as Thomas Jefferson, James eral to lead the battle an 4
Mired in debate and confusion the Julee Wise
Madison, Ben Franklin and many others essential ingredient in winning !
Martinez. legislature adjourned Tuesday and is wrote, our lives would resemble nothing "A Proud Citizen"It any war 7

After a long, hot summer of listeningto expected to return to Tallahassee Mon- All of our country's .

protests, Martinez yielded to day to try and bring some order out of Freedom of Religion Under Spanish military victories have relied !
pressure and recanted. First he said, what Republican Senator Ander Cren- coordination and leader-

without consulting his House and Senate shaw described as "a gigantic mess." Rule Equal to That of the EnglishEditor on ship, yet the drug fight strug- ,

leaders, that he would call a special ses- Bumper stickers began gles on without a comman- I
sion and attempt to have the tax repealed Tuesday on the floor of the exasperate Telegraph: would be unfair to single out the der-in-chief
In regard to the quotation from Bill if doing anything different \
through a constitutional amendment, Spanish,as they were
would himself out and actively and confused House saying"At Least Coker, chairman of the History Dept of than the Protestant English in their Federal officials some-
but get Kirk Was Funny"- clear message to the University of West Florida, used in the time. times each ,
seem to fight
campaign against the amendment he Gov. Martinez that the legislative mood article in your Sept. 17 issue on reaction in In point of fact, the Bill of Rights in 1791
proposed.His was "Taint Funny, McGee." Signs of Florida to the signing of the Constitution in would guarantee freedom of religion other harder than they do
in 1787: because the various states (most of whom the smugglers.As .
would testiness abounded legislators
next position was that he among Coker is quoted as saying, "There was had "established" churches well into the
ask the Legislature to repeal the tax, both houses, many of whom complainedof freedom of religion under the Spanish- 1800s could never have agreed on which a result, we have
without passing any new tax to make up being brought to Tallahassee without long as it was Roman Catholic. church to "establish" as the official proven to be a mismatched

for the loss of some $800 million expected any clear direction from the Governor's This somewhat satirical statement was religion of the new nation. opponent and an easy target
from the service tax, and cut the office, except to repeal the services tax indeed true in 1787, but the situation in Thus freedom of religion in the U.S. for drug smugglers, as wellas
Florida different than it flowed
was no for
Spanish really out of the necessity com-
budget accordingly, without specifying (two weeks ago he was against repeal). still was in the English colonies that had promise rather than out of principle. an inconsistent voice to

where cuts should be made.In Repeal of the services tax (period)... just become the United States. Happily for all of us, it has worked so the worldwide community
his decision Martinez Repeal with revision of the services tax One could just as easily say that there well that religion has prospered in whose assistance we must
announcing to correct obvious errors and was freedom of religion under the English, freedom, a new principle did come into existence enlist to make any real dentin
said he had again got the cart before the as long as it was Protestant; Congregational and the world is a better place for and traf-
addi- drug
horse by not announcing where the inequities... Repeal without any in New England; Anglican in it. McFadden production .' .
budget could be cut before the tax was tional tax to help make up the loss of Virginia, North Carolina, etc. Keystone Heights ficking.
millions of needed revenue to meet Sen. Joe Biden and I
repealed. How times can a fellow
get the cart before the horse without growth needs of the State... Repeal with have just reintroduced legis-
getting himself hopelessly entangled in Budget cuts that would be necessary due Forestry in Bradford CountyWeb lation that would markedly

the harness? to loss of revenue... Repeal with dozensof strengthen our nation's hand
other suggested solutions to meet the Worms Harmless By David w.Norton against the drug enemy.
Monday was "school day" in inevitable crisis that would result... The Bradford County Forester It would provide for that

Tallahassee with educators from answer is still obscured by the confusion needed General with
During recent summer months you may although they may be found on other kinds power
around the state meeting to express and exasperation now reigning in have wondered about the small patches of of hardwoods and some palms. to plan, give orders, check
their woes. Among the problems was Tallahassee. silklike material that appeared on trees in Another group of insects called web- results and "take names" of
the fact that Secretary of Education your yard or around town. Put your fearsto spinners construct silken nests for protection those who don't out
Betty Castor had just that day signed a One recalcitrant Senator grumbled, rest, according to Dr. Wayne Dixon, entomologist but, unlike the tree cattle, are too their carry
$220 million bond issue for needed "I think if the Governor is going to come with the Fla. Division of small to be visible to the naked eye. They assignment
and the Legislature of Forestry. Neither the web nor the little also feed on organic matter. "fhls proposal was
Florida around
school construction. are accuse critters that produced it are harmful to the approved -
growing at the rate of 60,000 new waste, he has an obligation to identifythat trees. The silk mats of both groups are not par- by Congress several .

students annually, and some way must waste." But apparently, Martinezhas Beneath the protective cover of the web can ticularly be removed attractive easily, but by fortunately spraying,them they years ago. unfortunately

be found to put a roof over their heads, yet.to learn the meaning of Presi- are dozens of small insects contentedlyand with water under pressure such as from a President Reagan vetoed it
the educators said. School Superintendent dent Truman's famous remark"The sociably munching together and on garden hose. Several generations of these on recommendation of bureaucrats !
such lichens
organic matter as fungi
Jim Duncan estimates that Brad- buck stops here." pollen found on the bark. Like cattle, they insects may appear over a short period of defending their I
time the water treatment
so have
bunch up to feed and remain in a "herd"when gun may I
to be used than
more once. turf.It's
they are disturbed or move about the time to do itl I Weare I
trunk. These Insects are harmless .
but there are 4
As a matter of fact, they are known as many other bugs and diseases that can not winning! .the war./ We
TNesEPl tNf' s 1 "tree cattle", as well as bark lice or damage or kill your trees. If you're con- need action on this legisla-
psocids (pronounced so-sids). Unlike cerned about the health of your trees, tion; we must have a General .
many insects however, they don't feed on whether it involves insects, diseases or or drug czar, to lead us
the tree Itself and so, according to Dixon, maintenance, contact your local County
cause no harm. Forester's office for more information or In this war we can't afford to : 4

.. The silk mats provide a measure of protection assistance. In the case of the insect lose.

die taming Town Pisa h as hen'kMnlngTsTnci ihi S.y".It was bulfc"' cattle. They for the seem adult to and prefer immature oak trees tree BITE p ocids-II I their BARK is worse than their .: .1

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S The Harleys/ To Have Communications/ TopicAt m

'. 50th Wedding Reception Workshop TuesdayAt .
The children of Hubbard and Souths/do/ E/em./ f

Grace Harley would like to Invite all The Bradford County Education MlllTlflIIIIIIIII
{ friends and relatives to attend theirparents' Committee and the Bradford School
50th wedding anniversary Board will sponsor a workshop entitled ;

j 5 reception.The reception will be held at the "Climate Control-Parent's I t -
Masonic Lodge on North Grove Opinion: Communications" Between 9 C- '
Home and School. This workshopwill f.1
> Street in : :
Lawtey on 3, from (
7-9 The be held Sept. 29 at 7 p.m. at the .
gifts pm., please. family requests no Southslde Road, Starke.School cafeteria on Colley 4 ..

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Homemakers Club To Dr. Jo M. Hendrickson and Karen a t
Sealander from the University of
< Have Workshop Today Florida will present the session.

The Bradford Extension Topics will include strategies and
4 Homemakers Club will have a techniques for managing behavior,
workshop today ( no-hassle homework completion,
Thursday, Sept. and tips for communication. This '
24)) at 10 a.m., at the r 1 t
Ag Building. + +
4 session will include audience par- a +r T i p
ticipation, handouts, and a question "
and answer period. The techniquesand
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Fund-Raising Dinner strategies can be applied to all ;f\ iti
Oct. 30 In Tallahassee age groups from pre-kindergarten to -

* Congressman Bill Grant Fund- high school. 0'r

Raising Dinner will be in All parents, teachers, and interested :
4 Tallahassee on Oct.30 in conjunctionwith parties are invited to at R
the FSU homecoming football tend. Refreshments will be served i
.game. during intermission and babysitting
4 Grant invites all his friends to at services will be available. For additional .f
tend. For more information and/or information call 964-6800 or
* tickets, call Jimmy Alvarez, 964-7525.
9646280. Class of '77 Reunion... Moore, Karen Glover Strumsnes. Pam Chapman Gaskins, Linda Jones

............. ..SXS....-...-.-....._...-.-. Stanley, Diane Davis Johns and Beth' Davis Moore.'
e A ten-year reunion was held June 20 at the Officers Club In Camp Blan- Row 5: Robert Carter, April Stephens Hall Denise Zone Thomas,
ding for the BUS Class of 77. Karen Powell Texidor, Gina Brown Frazee, Mimi Scott White Nancy
Row 1: Danny Jones. Perry Nlcula, Steve Crawford, Cart Torode, Jeffrey Hildreth and Lisa Eckerd Kelly.
4 B&B: Fabrics Crawford, Dean Brown Richard Muse and Gerald Brown. Row 6: Carol Hall,Cindy Bryan Thomas Evern Milliard Faulkner Chris
Row 2: Gayle Shuford Nlcula, Lynn Pierce Godwin, Ella Hall Haas, An- Waters Porchiazzo Denise Griffis Griffis Robin Hood Blackmon,Patricia
4 US 3O1 (1/2 mile north of Starke) R nie Dean Herring, Theresa Jones Thornton, Dana Dyal Scaff, Eollne Rowe and Charlene Hudson.
Green, Tina Brown McRae, Sherry Petteway Williams and Helen Lee. Row 7: Robin Chism, Dewitt Hewett, Danny Craig Drew Barry, Jay
Phone: 964-6651 Open: 9:30 am 7:00 pm Row 3: Brenda Roberts Baker, Tonya Patrick Hodges, Kathy Teston Godwin Karen Mathis Bell, Joy Malnes and Frances Perry.
4 Gaines, Susan Ebling Bakken, Susan Reddish Cauley, Cynthia Thornton Row 8: Ellastene Ross, Mark Kurimay,Tommy Meng,Jerry Crockrell,
4 Dowdy, Rhonda Harrell and Lynn Moxley Melvin. Mike Bowen Fayon Hawkins, Lawrence Budgett and Keith Carter.
Fabrics i
Patterns Crafts & MORE Row 4: Rhonda Bennett Carter, Julie Hazen Padgett, Denise Brewer Top Row: Steve Ernest, Lee Casey, Jackson Prevatt. Richard Hall.

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4. INDEPENDENT Rehearsal/ Dinner Given Clare Winker Rodney JacksonThe Births

rehearsal dinner for the daisies and purple statice. Similar
New Threads 200 CHURCH OF GOD
. yd. spool Winkler-Jackson wedding was held arrangements were placed along the
OF PROPHECY INC. Sept. 18 at the Officers Club at Camp side tables. Springria fern were Introducing.
I AH colors 4 spools/l. : Revival Center Blanding, hosted by Mr. and Mrs. placed at intervals on the tables.
Leroy Jackson. The guests were served a delicious Ashley NoegelMr.
North 2138 N. Av.
11 Tempi
The 52 guests were seated at meal of garden salad, prime rib, and Mrs. Larry Noegel of
I 'IJfr Ladles Jeans by Wrangler Wed. 7 p.m. Sun. 2:3O: p.m. U-shaped tables covered with white stuffed potato, broccoli with cheese Starke announce the birth of a
f .,1IPiM $17.98 pair 4'fir' linen cloths. The head table was sauce, hot roll, iced tea and daughter, Ashley Marie, born Sept.
.', : centered with a two-tiered arrange- chocolate mousse. 13 at Shands Hospital in Gainesville.
4 .: Large size ladies blouses t : ment of purple asters, yellow and Among the honored guests were Ashley weighed 6 IDS. 7 oz., and was
4t. Leila'sDress variegated carnations, lavender the bride's godparents,Mr.and Mrs. 18" long.
i y $14.98 Joe Gissy of Starke, great aunt and Maternal grandparents are Mr.
S &Gift Shop uncle of the bride Dr.and Mrs.JohnD. and Mrs. Donald Kleman of
i it Bradford Sq. Shopping Ctr FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Naff of Stillwater, Ok., and the Oshkosh, Wisc.Paternal .
Large selection of 4Christmasfabrlcs 964-5051 Hwy 16& W.ldon St. Starke groom's grandparents,Mr.and Mrs. grandparents are Mrs.
S a. 8p. Hinton Jackson of Starke. Jewelle Brown of Starke and Stanley
d ; 4 for ALL Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Out of town guests included Mrs. Noegel of Ingsley Lake.
. your Morning Worship 11 p.m. Mike Scanlan and son Michael of
Weddingneeds. Evening Worship 6 p.m. Madison, Fla. (aunt and cousin of Announcing..i '
W.... Mid-W..k Sarvlc 7:30 p.m. the groom), Miss Gina Swann of
o E 25% off 'Simplicity Patterns" ; Thomasville. Ga. (cousin of the Brad C. MelvIn
Staff Nursery Available groom), and Miss Sally Scanlan of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Melvin of
, 25% off ALL, FABRICSShrimp Rer. Stephen R. Pippin, Pastor Madison, Fla. Brooker announce the birth of their
y&K 964-6971 son, Brad Coleman, born August 21
l2&3? ;.;;.;.9... O ; .;;;;.;.x.;; at Alachua General Hospital in

, Gainesville.He .
Hours 9:30,: -&:30 504 W. Call Sf.9J0.4OOSat. .
weighed 8 lb.. 9 oz., and
: : Jo Ann's Starke measured 21 Vi! inches. He joins a
(904)9648547FOOTBALL brother, Brian, 4 years old.

\ A Specialty Gift Shop and Maternal Mrs. Ben grandparents Moxley of Starke.are Mr.

: Paternal grandparents are Mr.
a FANS: we are the place for your party limns and tail and Mrs. Cecil Melvin of Brooker.
Put Masterpiece Wedding gating. Our gourmet shop is bursting with new items this
Invitations at the of
top weeks special: Delicious dip mixes Buy one, get one FREElDon't !
your list We make It easy
to be elegant! forget the Champagne mustard.

' MiSTfiRFIEeESTUDI Fall is just around the corner, so how about a little pillow talk?

$ t Beautiful decorator pillows at great prices! Perfect for a change
&fMore of seasons look. We appreciate your patronagel Low-flying insects arc said to be a
sign of imoandino bad weather.

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Dinner includes fried shrimp,golden-brown fish fillet 2 Southern-style :,
hush puppies,fresh cole slaw,natural-cut french fries,lemon wedge and
cocktail sauce.


Fish Dinner $3.99Dining

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Tuesday September 29, 1987.
f Captain D 7:00 9:00 ''.M.


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Pale' B-t/ Retired Teachers I Church Chatter

X Hove Sept. 17 MeetingThe
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educational building of the Raiford Gospel Sing./ ..
: BlP'.BIatlitm.2IIt:(KastottUarh.atOacme :
Methodist Church in Lake Butler
O/rl'Scowts. I Afltoms, Jlwy QrtnttK. Meiftantl Raiford Holiness Revival Center
, Every weeks'y Sbaomm \ Tlma atawactt, wa> beautifully theme for decorated the meeting in theoatrIotiJ of J will be sponsoring a Gospel Sing this
" local Girl IPmmma JlDIIIS.Z'1::Al ptlua ctnwll'k, Bradford-Union Retired Teachers nil Saturday, Sept. 28 at 7:30 p.m.
ton school Jlnomiy IPuflhnrIWlow .21ft:Antaeraicloers30t Featured singers will be the
held:! Thursday Sept. 17. President
mma 1l Thornton Family Gospel Singers.
variety of : : :Jutturm,1IIIHII&1Ibdjps.1Hf Mamie. Jo Douglas conducted the to
Griffis invites
Pastor Jr. everyone
teresting />>"wb.I1..Ib.1f'TTA business .
meeting.It the sing, which will be located on
Sick Us*... ( ORa_.. was announced that state dues Griffis St. off Hwy. 121 in Raiford.
Mrs.: Cleo : lInmiitli lIbiII1bHII1! open ttoiiBV held will increased to $10 next year. ,\. Refreshments will be served.
North Fla. ( 'lluelliI! +!i, cwraunc, Sept 15. tttcnfUmmn The group' decided to combine the
Gainesville. 9alliouailE wane seater:: work of corresponding secretary
and! recording secretary, resulting \
Mrs. IHf idfrgr BQclB&lliui Vies Brooker BaptistHomecoming
in only one position. Meeting dates,
hospitalized ) : iI"meIutim1t aBpiUW1rll se ILorD.lbtlHlUandI
Oct. J 11 J
and were announced -
places programs
the past two : 3::, Dlnm wnmctbmwrC :
:! After committee assignmentswere
will be
Brooker Baptist Church
mminwpllwremmIUhImm ,'I n mjIw plmnmanlNnnmwnlnwnnmwlwuwunwwnwwunwnw Irfbms.' made groups met to begin church homecoming on
A1n .9ieQa. aCWgionam planning for the new year. having a
be dinner -
There will a
I II\PIJItUII11IP'1t&nratttiiK:wilt I1M'bedI Mr.: Albert Appleby, District IV .- Sunday,Oct. 11. and Pastor
: atttthesLOhwilsBtaetiUlad .IPUm ;wwtWbetnadealltt2na0mmueffu'phel Director of Florida Retired on the grounds
In IIIiK1IJwftJIIII: mJwajI educators Assn., reported on Kimberly Austin Charlie Green will be speaking.

9iaaeaelf_ about through perseverance of

Recognitionof e a a l i QDanMBT Wed Oct. I
To Be
111'I1rB.' Allue@bRetY.kUSasafaeswltaiein ; are determined and why Homecoming Oct. 4
iI CI atil tttamr work were difference various Lester and Frances Louise Austinof
there is a among
ttnented Mutt fftnriJBj' tb Catbr! 3oup The Lawtey Church of God will
groups. There will be more information Lawtey announce the engagementand
anal!\Gator Ifiraadf! of their have their homecoming service on
I : in the future on the health in- approaching wedding October 4.Sunday.
surance subsidy which has been approved daughter, Kimberly Roxanne
school will be at 11 a.m.,
the Austin, to Terry Eugene McBride,
Clare WHirOdlarfBnlda by Legislature.
then worship at 11:45.:
Mona Canova tribute to of Iris Cloud of Star City,Arkan- morning
Mrs paid son
ChristianEducation I //S8ra oi
MWE Clam!: Mtatfcttor was Honored Mrs. Essie Crosby, who was always sas.The wedding will be an event of vice.Local talent will sing of
am TEtua&eesK,Saptt.flit)widfc bridailLLmgerlesthnwtalttutebomeof compassionate, considerate, October 1, 1987 and will be at the songs In-
praise after lunch. Everyone is
j Mrsv thoughtful. kind and loving. After home of Michael Fuqua !in Star City, vited to attend.

Week Bjenoy JUutoiim ffiiosytto EBaadlffloHkouttX reading some appropriate scripture, Ark.Kimberly
fiiir tttaifi anaasiani were she quoted excerpts "From the is a senior at Christian
; jara' .eaten S .Mmtbnw ?ERtos Sta! amt Friend's Burial" by John Greenleaf Liberty Academy. Terry is
I Welch.atntiMbs.ECRn<&nfSaBunney >. Whittier and read "Psalm of Life" employed at Fuqua's Jewelers. St. Edward's News

: WE THANK YOUTeachersAdministrators'I 1I1bettIll1llmtteamClltmrmnt2teJr"Mts WkilHtar, and)tile(pmonWatWs *- by K.closed W.Longfellow.with prayer.This memorialwas Religion Teachers

anuttan;, '' igwen !the:shawr.d1 account of the Constitutional Con- Hosts WheelerHousewarming ceremony was conducted during the
QttttncHkHo !vii weir canes, finffBir vention held in Philadelphia in 1787. 10:00 mass at St. Edward's Catholic
; foods and pinulta waste starved!from The ladies of the church served a PartyA Church. In conjunction with the St
of Bradford County (the dlmmgnaum. delicious lunch at noon, with the Augustine Diocesan Catechetical

i As.a munnautto)of the aecam unl.!the: tables decorated with red. white for Mrs.housewarming Wheeler party last was Saturday given Sunday, those teaching religion to
Sylvia -
I 1b0ltteJHitB Brre BiiH H dbvc witlt and! blue. At intervals were placed the youth of the parish were officially
Sept. 19 at her new home. The
We several Swuittfii mg0fgpwu& pots of greenery along with a small commissioned by the Pastor,
appreciate fine party, attended by several family
Mrs fflmtim! Jhatbiam. lib!!/graomtttiHMs flag; Each person received a tiny Father Philip Gagan.
members fellow
'. &nnitnmtttiBr: ,was a speciallfgUCHt flag and a scroll-type Preamble to Following the exchange of vows,
job do! i the Constitution. friends, was hosted by Telegraph teachers were presented with a
: you employees Mrs. Barbara Nail, Ms. education
Jewel O'Neal, Ms. Ella Cooney and religious pin.
Debbie Connaughton, coordinatorof
Mrs. Darlene Douglas.
1 religious education,served as lector -
United Methodist Womenof OHUBSCHCFGOOMUeinvittevyniittDMarattiipiiNltti: at the mass. Shelley Marchese,
Invited to look
.I The guests were
4tEPi111.Stt.(laar-9>34f.45.dint around the Wheeler home, after Peg Trimble, and Sallye Scoggins

S raglht"! Pastry which Sylvia opened several prac- teachers presented are offertory Zita Shuford gifts.and Other John

FIRST UNITED METHODIST \ \ usAtIImdIdIIW..y People wear wedding rings tical and decorative gifts. Wadovsky.In .
third of the Refreshments of sand-
on> the finger consisting
the sanctuary of the church an
CHURCHWalnut SuMgy3dlWl. ..1emmntmdntywlaanlrp ten hand because an ancient wiches, finger foods, chess squares appropriate banner is hung bearingthe
belief held that a nuts mints and were enjoyed!
.noon punch names of the Pastor and the
& Jefferson 964-6864 !tiw.aamg3awmr..aipnnw&dtot nerve runs directly from by all. religion teachers.
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Lamp of Jesus Ministries

BADCOCK $ a 917f, j Lewis Timber Co. Crafts & ConsignmentsLocated

FURNITUREKim SHARE YOUR* HWY 301 S. 964-6871 off 100 S.toward Keystone,
"A Specialty GlttShopT I take right on 24th avenue,follow

& Jan Johnson 504 W. Call 964-85471 LIFE PO..Box 207, Starke signs. Eves. 964-5893
All Nature Sing of Jesus

mleaay uwswmmna-nemwnanso!; n
nwaIv 8DIIIe wnoie
Blankenship'sChimney Country Carpets of Starke _'iYa tuffistwamnal I/oaralon'tUWtspeMr, Griffis & Sons Flbreglass DURRANCE PUMP &
s,__.ntKdhBjfjMAtuillnitBiinc-font for) _
Sweep mum Works SUPPLY
Mil""ttMvomumtlmd eleauwsatmmanaanaramsr: #\
I' '.' "Home of the Stumpknockerboat" Attend your church regularly
Service an*mtctim'mniunmtaas' 1W'Jau&tu.octolundl
Owned& iWetmwnsIaPnetawa, i III..II1""II-, r
Locally Operated _'__,ern ores Jr Jrmuewuil J.

964-8278 964-6108 9646154EZ _,'"suauseart tdeaamatramatoeanlMe\ 'anae nWnaneb 'We marl,it lHe. i I 'I.. .ftZ HWY 301 N.964-4461 or 964.5531 864 N. Temple 964-7061

Eyeglass Store Wheels Auto Sales ,... 'salatmeetnmtumtlilasartaeral(" ,. .. ; 1j. Bradford Furniture HURSTS EXXON
Wlana jraan jurat UK r M,m. _r oiiro s_ / .
-We Anance- m, touo''hiiiiMt.it usrmwaellantll as ,- F :r Industries SERVICE
"Your complete ,
Here Here .. "
Buy Pay
eaTeeansabaneeamar r 10
i HWY 301 N.
eyeglass center" 1320 Temple Ave. Saab, .tmcaniM,. "Ni>M>"'tIIII! 987 N. TEMPLE AV.
103 Edwards Rd. 964-8588 era-asellrk\ tbeemtmian"aaamw 964-7347
964-7783 ,ba arsons; palm lair tMtti araB! '"I 964-6111
I 'tMy KfiiuNloMflf" ) "itaiMiiyftui; UK pIInIIII'II/WII1II '

CEDAR RIVER Mlddleburg Christian I iJI 1llDriill'1Ubttaatl'hnlaann,aisbmuXlpNStl"'InblMMlamlapthtgpR' A. ARCHIE TANNER FUNERAL B&M STARTER &

SEAFOODThe Academy slmromsy naadeay wemn..eiy tm..e.araam.w HOME GENERATOR
u.S Jmm sons Kctsens Dignified ServiceMonuments
Best Seafood Town K-4-12 4awa ",11lj2lf>4fJl ioa.e: 238 E. Washington St.

236 S. Temple Ave 3165 SR 215 Mlddleburg craw swm.r / : 964.5274
ems Raman.1R0 HWY 301 S. 964-5757
964-5685 (904) 282-4211 ae fl1/Joi15 t

Gloria's. Music House ,
Chastains Jewelry & Gift GOODMAN'S U-HAUL
(tudlo) 'L Jones Craft ShopFor
Gallery Instructor: Richard Ketloga and Clash
: 2165 N. TEMPLE all craft & supply needs
Bibles gifts & jewelry. Bryant -mu I your
electric ten Starke. FL 32091 -Handmade Gifts-
104 W. Call St. i
call 964-8120 Tura-Frl 1V7 Sun*Mm 964-5899 S. 301 Plaza 964-7633

; 964-7271 10-2 i

"We encourage you to STARKE STEAK HOUSE

worship this week and every "Serving you flrsf From all of us at Western Steer

week". 441 W.Madison St ;y 1 1a. US 301 South CORPORATIONMark

964-6881 964-5237 or 9646313 964-8061 Mullins & Employees

WATERS GROCERYComer Mosley Tire Co. In! Insurance Call Now 964-8018

of US 301 & State US 301 Stalks *_
.' L r in 440 W. Madison
Lawtey FL 964-6600 -- ,auwnnnf, ACCIDENT CENTERS
: 782-3737 24 HR Wrecker Service (WInn-Dixle Shopping Center) OF AMERICA INC.

Custom made systems This feature is published to 964-4695 1 I 'me PAIN RELIEF DOCTORS

;. : NOEGEL'S AUTO FLORIDA NATIONAL encourage you to worship Glenn FibreglassFish Homes Beautiful of

SALES BANK regularly It is made possibleby Boxes &Tool Boxes North Florida

week and week Comer of Thompson&Weldon Construction CompanyAll
"Worship this every Officers, Directors<&
:: at the church of your choice the firms listed here. 964-5912 types of Home Improvement
Staff .
1018 N.Temple 8644461 9648766Terwillegar


C... STORE Printing Company !Irs a fact: ,you can: db Complete Tire Shop & Auto 206 W.Sales Madison& Service& US 301

X "All the right parts in all the Art Supplies- Custom Framing t!bEmar 2d fll>l urn rail Repairs Superior affordable quality homes at Stark 9647200SR
Printing Office Supplies HWY 301 N. prices
402 Tempi*-
right places"155W. 113 E. CaD 51 964-6925 431WCd !i6'48'7 964-6436 HWY 301 S. 964-6633 21 Keystone Heights
t roWnl Rd. L4-6060


<: STARKE HOMEDiatlnpulsh.d StDBIIntk Inc..
servo for_IiI) For All Your Pharmacy Needs*
t W. rebuild starters, alternators sgSt l. Management & Staff

j t & Generators year SUiftas: any HfluifTift! CWn8dI
HWY:301: North
i: '. Auto Marine. .BatMriM Slav*Cindy Fuloh ft Staff linardlai9 964-7500 358 W. Madison 964-7170
614 E.Nona 8646200Kcyugna) 4R3.BTM
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.:. \ 1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employees and their 3)) In case of ties we will use the total points scored
Immediate families are welcome to enter, but there Is In the Bradford High School game each week(except
:. a limit of one entry per person each week. the Tornadoes open week)as a tiebreaker. Please fill
2)) The entry must be on an official blank from the In the points you think will be scored by the Tornadoes
0 t TELEGRAPH and must be'dropped off at the and their opponent combined In the .
Ot\z.eS TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Friday aftertiebreaker blank.\ For Instance If the score In the Tornado -
"l eekly noon. Fill in all the blanks with either the name of the game was Tornadoes 19, Opponents 7, the cor-
",,'. :.'00 team you think will win or "tie" If you think the game rect score was 26 points.

'll a will end In a tie.The person who picks the most 4)) All decisions of the judges are final.A second

games_ right will win the top prize. tiebreaker,will be used If necessary.

Clemson Ga.TechCUJJJ:5.
vs HURST, owner
J.W. Georgia vs. S.Carolina 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
m i / Be 987 N. TEMPLE AVENUE- STARKE, fL 32091
Headquarters for ToybStove
A Winner
O/ REAL PIT 50NM' ( Kerosene Heaters
< BARBQPhone \With Sonny's W

@ TIRE ft Miami at ArkanlalBATTERY
{ 964-4642 PHONE

SERVICE 964-6111
964-8840 230 N.Temple Ave. Starke.FL
1101 S. Walnut- US 301 S Next to Norman's Market

WILLIAMS JEWELRY Jolry Jones Funeral HomeJones STUMP'S
\\\\th/I Starke, FL 32091 :opelry. DEPARTMENT STORE i7
-:;:__ Family Owned and Operated Watch Convalescent Services
Bradford Square -Starke 964-5423
446 W. Madison St. .pair

Wlnn Dili*Marketplace 964-7064 964-6200 Starke See,Jim for a Large Selectlo

of Men's Suits
1fln OPENIMon.a1. .-1 473-3176 Keystone Hgts
: < 9:00.6:00OF & SportscoatsAT

at Alabama A GREAT PRICE
Boston College vs Penn St.
Iowa vs. Kansas St.

- '-s Your Country Gator Auto Storefr""JKpgy
The Vyorklng Man's Friend & FOOD STORE
.; .._ 984-5069
1NMI-M N.n ar.l.re..MU..NI._._17I.'n I' "......._NE4Ra 620 S. Walnut US
.. ( 301) 9648293C' ,
< Oral._.,".....,WI'P. SMwtei M 4 r. Suan M. Faulkner GRI, CRB
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_ : Alabama at Vanderbilt'* 1 c.Y'low. WyomingHERSHEY'S
FSU at Michigan State
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"Old Fashioned Personal Service"dgy '

; U.S. 301 South Starke ..u'ft..w.. ..' WORKERS' COMPENSATION & CARPET. INC. '
t Russell Stover Candy Hallmark Cards
131 N. Cherry Street Starke Florida
S A H Green Stamps Soda Fountain ,


w_.."S-.Swvlc' P.K. Yonge vs Tallahassee Fla.High tt1w: 11.II 964-7810 I =
: TKM Fernandina Bch.at Bunnell Flagler Palm Coast

H Bryan's Ace Hardware
Lawtey Shell/Ice Cream ChurnUS

301 Lawtey, Florida Faulkner Realty Cis M

First Choice Pizza !

:: Griffis ConstructionHome FRED a PAT MCCL.ROY
,Interlachen, at Wildwood vs Newberry
Entertainment Concepts US 301 South .
Shell .
: <*O4) 84.B4S4 *. fLOHIDA 3101
< Hurst Exxon Services


; < Lake Butler Starke Keystone Hgts. Jones Funeral Home .
S.W.6th Ave. US 301 South Jet SR 21 &100 W. Madison

496-3079 964-6078 4734973I'olles KOA Kampground 964-7200 j i ;I
at Union County i!

: Everything You Need li Lawtey Shell We Have Your Wagon...

,; in Building Supplies, I IUlIr! Come See How Economical.
: Office Shop Hawthorne Trenton
Paint & Tools
It Is to Operate!
3 Locations to Serve You 11
< Orlan Wells Chevy-Olds. _.__

-- ..- First Choice Mitchell's Drugs "Superior Quality

At Affbrdabb PnWGR1FFIS
: 6 Hwy 301 StarkeFREE Mosley Tire Co.


12 inch cheese pizza w/purchase of 16?'pizza Sonny's BBQ Stat Certified Builder
: forlO.5O inc.tax Hwy 301 South Stark 964-6633
Stump's Department Store
Easlslde vs Buchholi
964-7234 Jacksonville Nease at Bishop Kenny-Jax..
Terwillegar Motors

-, Fisher Makes Video Thpe Viewing
.j f Rent A Teal Tile Carpets
.. Easier Than Ever!
Office Machine
gym Copier Williams Jewelry .
ol .Ad
{, SHOP $4 5P.rMo. IR --
;;, :: 110W.GNA 1 From TIE GAME ContnOtd VCR RnynamrdrqHOMI

g\\ 964-5764* ."< Larger Sizes Availabi.. NAME INTCRTAINMfNT

5..0 r4 SVMT.* l'"e Ctr Santa Fe at Maeclenny Baker Co.l .
PHONE NO. aNar. .w
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I Tornadoes Edged by Pirates e

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A lack of offense cost Bradford pass interference penalty.On Tornado defensive coordinator
High footballers a 7-3 loss to Nassau the second punt Tornado Mike called time and talked to the BHS 1 ,
County High in Fernandina Beach Elder going downfield fast, tackledthe players at that point. On first down ,,
last Friday night, Sept. 19. Pirate returner at the Fernan- BHS encroached, the five yard rv1
BHS is now 0-2 on the season. dina nine yard line.The BHS defense penalty putting the football on the
Well, we've lost two ballgames we held Fernandina on three downs. Bradford 1V4 yard line. On the .
could have won if we had a little offense Eric Nasworth and Dane Clark stop replay of first down Fernandina lost .
," says veteran Coach David ped one try up the middle for no half a yard up the middle of a stub- :
Hurse. Another try up the middle born Tornado defense. T
rum .
BHS had a first down on the Fen tied four yards, and Narworth's On second down QB Easton, who S ,* i; ,, ,
nandina 17 yard line after Malachi was Injured on the play. A third try had been getting critical yardage to
Jenkins blocked a Pirate punt and around the end was stopped for a keep the drive alive,was stopped for
Clint Reed recoverd the loose less than four yards. Fernandina one yard. On third down from the
footbll. But fullback Reed forgot to punted 30 yards out of bounds and one yard line, the football rolled out
stay in the game, and on first down BHS took over on the Pirate 46 yard of a big pile up in the middle and
Pittman was overrun in the Tornado Bradford rover back Rodney Mosley +
backfield and the football taken line.Running back Greg Pittman got fell on it, killing the Pirate drive. r ty > rrq
away.A through the scimmage line and gained QB Berry sneaked for one, then ++Y .k J-
larger, physically superior Fer- 17 yards on the draw play,and QB two yards to the Bradford four. On tp
nandina team gradually wore down Berry completed a 22 yard pass to third down, running back Pittman
the Tornadoes. In the second period tight end Malachi Jenkins for a first shook loose from Fernandina's Dale .rA e'4 y +MiAf, r
BHS ran 18 offensive plays to Fer- down at the Fernandina 14 yard line Sikorsky In the Tornado backfieldand
nandina's 8. But the rest of the time with about four minutes left in the ran seven yards to the BITS 11,
Fernandina dominated the game. first half. just short of a first down. QB Berry u'W
The Pirates ran 16 plays to 7 for BHSin QB Berry passed to wideout Dar- punted short, just 28 yards, but Fer
the first period; 18 plays to Brad- rin Patterson in the endzone but Fer- nandina's Wayne Peterson was
ford's 8 in the third period,and 21 offensive nandina defensive back Austin smothered by two Tornadoes at the

plays to Bradford's 4 in the Trupp got a hand on the football in a BHS 39 as he caught the football. I 1 'I" '_"M'_' r '. ..._ -
fourth period. good defensive play. Pittman went Pirate QB Easton, on first down, Finding Some Koom...
The Pirates spent the night in the up the middle for three yards on the completed a 27 yard pass, the Pittman was meeting the defenders early In the
Tornado backfield. BHS running draw play, and Rodney Mosley went longest of the night,to Wayne Peterson BUS running back Greg Pittman looks for some backfield last Friday night, as tackle Andy Tyson runs
back Greg Pittman rushed a dozen seven yards around the end to the at the BHS 12. The Tornadoes room outside as the Pirate linemen close In. In to assist.
times for 44 yards, but had to dodgea Fernandina five yard line,just shortof again had their backs to the wall.
Pirate player in the backfield mostof a first down. DE Keith Jenkins held speedster
the time before making it back to From the Fernandina five, on Ronnie French to less than a yard on Warriors Bring Run & Gun OffenseWest
the line of scrimmage. fourth down with 25 seconds remain- the pitchout around left end. On se-
Fernandina went up 7-0 with 1:59: ing in the half, QB Berry kicked a 22 cond down QB Easton's pass was left for
Nassau High will bring an 248 yards against Bishop Kenny.WN speed,will carry the football and is a
in the second the after hard hit from
remaining period, yard field goal to put BHS on the on ground a a slot
exciting run and shoot offense to runs from a double offen- favored pass receiver. Right side
fullback Timmy Trantham going Scoreboard for the first time this BHS defender. On third down Tor.
Field battle sive formation. slot back Pooh Scheider No. 9 -1
Bradford for a 8 p.m. grid & ,
over from nine yards out. it was a season, and made the score 7-3, the nadoes Chris Dinkins, Keith
Friday night. Sept. 25. Quarterback Ricky Armstrong, 170, has good speed and follows
nine play, 43 yard drive, kept alive final margin. Jenkins, and Malachi Jenkins threw
the No. I,1,5-11.170 described smart blockers well.Favorite .
The Warriors are 2-0 on as
by a pass interference call on BHS at Pirate wide receiver Vincent
season, having beaten Madison 21-6 with a strong, accurate arm. Only Warder plays are: slot
the 12 line.
yard BHS Holds... Johnson for a two yard loss. On
in the first game and Bishop Kennyof other back behind QB Armstrong is back Young, No. 29, going to the
BHS came back strong in the second fourth down QB Easton threw to WO
In the second half, Fernandina, Jacksonville 23-6 last Friday. fullback Robert Land, No. 40, 5-10, right between the tackle and end,the
period, pushing toward the Johnson but Tornado defensive backDarrin
Fernandina having been stymied outside, worked West Nassau (WN) is a physical 170, a hard runner. rollout pass to tight end Mickey
goal on two possessions, Patterson intercepted and
on the BHS middle. team with good sie.:!: says Head Tornado WN uses two split ends with a Allen No. 84, tall and quick with fairspeed
plus two 40 yard punts by QB John returned the football to the BHS 25.
Fernandina drove the football 64 David Hurse BHS scouts backfield slot in
man each split, a ; the left slot pass to tight end
which covered well
Berry were by BHS running back Greg Pittman
BHS. One down yards to the BHS one yard line. QB report WN has good over-all team passing formation which can also be Allen, and the draw play with
first 15 and and wide
came on a gained 3 5 yards
Lance Easton kept the drive alive on speed. used to run the football with a good fullback Land, plus the option,
yard QB Berry to wide receiver receiver Shawn Diggs dropped
pass a QB
two keeper plays of 14 and 11 yarfds, What West Nassau has the Tor- amount of blockers ahead of the ball usually left, with the wide receiver
Shawn Diggs. Running Back Greg that would have been
and speedster Ronnie French got Berry pass a nadoes haven't faced yet this seasonis carrier. Left side slot back Tracy and slot man blocking ahead of theTERWILLEGARS
Pittman two times for 2 and 8
ran first down. QB Berry punted 40
yards for another first down, and the loose BHS around three.right end for 10 yards to a good passing attack. WN threw Young No. 29, 5-10, 170, has good

BHS got a first down on a 15 yard -

JV Faces ::-: :

WarriorsWest YEAR

Nassau comes to Starke at 7
p.m. today (Thursday, Sept. 24) to
play the junior varsity Tornado ( END
eleven. SALE 11Ii1mm1

Starting line-up for BHS will be:
center Don McDaniel, strong guardBo
Hersey, strong tackle Roland
Shafer, tight end Kevin Finch, weak
guard Jason Hersey, weak tackle
Derek Long. In the backfield, the
quarterback will be Reggie Sheffield -

fullback Clyde DeSue,
tailbacks Terry Berry and Alfonso
Jones, and wideouts Scott Duncan, 1987 F-150
Termall Jones, and Alvin Jenkins.
The team looks in
I, good practice. .\
I "They will be an offensive threat,"
says Head JV Coach Chester Simpson. -

"We have made some changesin k
the line,and I expect a high score 899500. -
from our side." ,

The JV team was idle last week, .,ssa<
and has had a lot of good practice 2PJ81glpl a

since their opener against Lake

Butler.The opponent is an unknown force,
since this is their opener this year. NOTHING 5-
"They have'run and shoot'offense
which is difficult to defend against,"

said VolleyballTeam Coach Simpson. DOWN? *

Winsby -0 1987 RANGER'

Joe Gissy __ _n_ S r4IfMNtw

BCT Staff Writer
'vvt2mms 7*
The Varsity Volleyball team won "aiz .899500
their match in two games against !/
Clay High last Thursday,September / m
17. Scores for the two game set ,
were: IS13, and 17. IS. ffJ e
Playing on their home court,
Coach Inez Diggs had high praise for
the team effort. "We had very good NOTHING
offense and defense," she said.
"Overall the girls are playing as a TAURUS L-WAGON

j t! team make unit.good They set ups are and trying not'Just hard batting to 3 to choose from D WN *

l the ball
} across the net.
I'' Janet Kennedy was high server, 1.90/0
with 7 points and two aces. Kendra q_
t Butler served 6 points, all aces; ESCORT GT
Monika Williams served 5 points o55s
24 mo. Ford financing _
Tangle Pittman, Unissa King anaLaSban -
Butler served 4 points each, 9895
*rt Terri Kitties 2 points.

---.saY. September 21, the' Nothing Down or
)bunt vtaited Vanguard In Ocala.
Vanguard took the match 2 games to / w 1987 TEMPO 2 & 4 DR. 1.9% financingUNDEKSOLDJl *
1, with Mores of 16- It, 7.15 which
Bradford won, and Vanguard again GL SPORT 5 to choose from -
15-1 to win the match. r

The team didn't play up to their Ys ., ,. 6 > 899500
potential in this match. They lost w

because of a number of mistakes, -..
although they made some good plays 4 .-
setting up the ball for spikes.On FORD CASH used Nothing Down or : -- .

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Tuesday, Sept 22, Lake Weltcame ......"... to Starke and was beaten as down payment. 1.9% financing 't ;trt f ", .
soundly in two games by a score of
15-10 and 15- 10. .T
LaShaun Butler served 7 points

and Janet to leactthe Kennedy scoring served in 6 this straightaces set. \ : jl1.1t Net' ::8';e: ; : '
The team is not satisfied with ; V a 1'III. : ';, ,
their performance even though they :. ; .... .
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won. Again a number of unnecessary ; '' ''' .. ;
mistakes were made. litiV; 1ii! ; :
: W"e'/ Want-To fl'J.rfi ,
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Junior Varsity... "' .V4.i:ur&: 1J '

At Clay High on Sept. 17th, the JV
Volley bailers won In two games 15..
I and 15-4. Millie Edenfield was the
leading server with 11 points and Terwillegar Motors
Konl Richardson served 8 consecutive
points.Latara Jackson con'
tributed 4 points to the win. .
Coach Brenda Butler praised the
defense for holding the opponents 964-7200 371-1096 388-FORD 473-FORD
score while the offense ran up the.
two game win Starke'. Gainesville JacksonvilleKeystone Hgts .

,, JYwonTuesday,of Sept three 22 games, The Starke by the 2 f State Road 21J

scores of 15.4. 8 19, and 15.8.
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Dessert_ Recipes in Leila's. Book are Tops Around TownBy

; .Smith

Mix welL Four in large Pyres dish well greased Bake 30 minutes at 325
Most people In Starke recognize Mrs. Leila Mundy as the person who put degrees. -

the "Leila's" In the Leila's DresS and Gift Shop. Mrs. MUDdy began the ICING ,
successful business in 1942 when downtown Starke was enjoying the prosperity 1 stick: butter 1 box confectioners sugar

brought about by World War II. 1 tablespoons milk I% cups chopped nuts

is now retired and no longer owns Leila's Dress and Gift 4 tablespoons cocoa (level) JJeaspoon! vanilla

Shop, Mrs. Mundy still keeps busy with many activities. One of the activities Boil the above ingredients for 1 minute.
Mrs. Mundy enjoys most is making delicious desserts. '
Not only does Mrs. Mundy enjoy baking,she is also the author of her own After boiling lop nuts ingredients 1minute;acid confectioners sugar. ,
stir well and then add and vanilla.Add icing to cake white cake Is
i cookbook on desserts. During her life Starke, Mrs. Mundy collected IWI
) many dessert recipes from friends and relatives.At the age of 71.with help warm

from her daughter Jean, Mrs. Mundy decided to put a lot of the recipes she FUDGE PIE

/ t }' had collected over the years into her own cookbook. The result was Down I stick margarine(butter) 4 eggs
1 Horn CookingSweets, Treat ft Deiaarti. With her cookbook Mrs. Mun- .level tbsp.cocoa 2
cups sugar
dy preserved many of this areas down-home recipes that otherwise might I Ig. can Carnation milk (no substitute)
have been lost. 1 tbsp. vanilla
k When asked what kind of desserts she likes to make most, Mrs. Mundy

replies, "I like to make chocolate. You don't have any trouble getting rid of Mix sugar and cocoa add melted margarine, vanilla and half of the.

it. The following are two recipes for some of the best chocolate desserts milk. Add eggs, one at a time beating welf after each one. Pour into 2 unbaked

you may ever try. pie abeUs. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.Serve with or without
r ; 7r This first recipe was brought to Starke by Charlie Lou Vining.The recipewas whipped cream.

Leila given Mundy.by Mrs. Vining to Jeanette Kincaid who then passed it on to

Club News

2 cups all purpose flour 2 sticks butter I/DC
2 cups sugar lap water Flag Program At Weeks Chapterby
J V4 teaspoon salt 4 tbsp.cocoa (level) Mrs.Peggy ThcmasMrs. Gov. W. D. Mosely's inauguration.

1 teaspoon soda Cbnstine Lawson gave a In 1861,it was a Lone Star flag and in

most interesting and informative 1900 amended by adding red
Mix first four Ingredients (left column) in electric mixer bowL Place the program meeting of diagonal bars with Seal of State in

next 3 ingredients (right column) in a pot. After mixture starts to boil, let it the W.T.Weds sampler<< United the center. Flags have played a I

H Mrs. Leila Mundy, local author of outhe'P dessert cookbook, displays; boil for 1 minute. Then add these 3 ingredients to the dry mixture. Daughters of the Confederacy, held large part all through history.

II mouth-watering cake In her Starke kitchen. Beat 2 eggs and add_to above mixtures, then add one 8-oz. sour cream. Monday Sept. 21 at the Bradford President Mildred Weisgerber -

Family Restaurant She dumlaved conducted the business meeting.! A

the Hags with a short history and moment of silent prayer was observed -
comments on each beginning for Lucile Green and a tribute
toe Christian Flag which colt given for her many years of serviceto

1itH beginning at a rally service held on the chapter A luncheon preceded

Coooey Island Sept. 26. IN?. the business i eeUngwitb a*

Plans made for the Christian Flag U-shaped table decorated with

FREE would be a white banner signifying American and Confederate flags and

j purity and innocence with a blue the Florida State Flag. Guest at this
FOREST e Take SR 16 West from 301 EXPLORING square Geld in the upper left corner meeting was Mrs. Marcia G. Lee.

intersection go 4 miles from GODS WORD for truth and faithfulness, centered

HEIGHTS 1 1 Starke to signs. HOME BIBLE STUDYThe cross with a Jesus red cross was crucified representing on. The the School MenusSept.

SUBDIVISION CALL: ((904) 475-1848 Bible Course taught bi your Christian Flag is seen all over the

home free of charge. world and is non-denommaUonaL It 28-Oct. 2

LG Beautiful Pines e or This Is a non-denominadonailludy was proposed to have a Pledge of Bradford Elem.* Middle School

Paved Streets 681-4516 based only on what thus with tw Allegiance written font and tins was
((912)) r Hunrjurger on bun, lettuce tomato .
word of God'APOSTOLIC accomplished on Eve Ireactt fries
pickle, pineapple tidbits brownie,
YRS. FINANCING J 1908 in an Episcopal Church.Mrs. ItI II.
TRUTH U.P.C. Lawsn then discussed the different Te.sds,i Hamburger gravy, mashed potatoes,
C tress Dean,ciiacolAte cake toot rolls, rallkW4 -
0 Confederate and
flags our
782-3303 neay> thaw toast, caobags slaw. ,
state flag. There have been 16 flags peaches,cookie, ntlk.nmttmji .
Rev. Emmett Bright of S diferent countries flown over Tuna salad on lettuce,crackers, buttered -

To schedule: your home bible Florida and on June 25, 1845, the earn rnu& cup. ,cinnamon roil, milk.
rneajrr Besfs-rom, cheese mix, garden salad,
study or for eddilionallnformallan Florida State Flag was unfurled atM apple crisp hot roils, milk.Bradford .

High School
11 .
I Notices Mimimji Sloppy Jos on bun, buttered eon,
Legal peaches, brownie, milk.IMseajt .
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR CALL FOR BID THE cmcurr COURT Tate pie (meat, cheese, lettuce,
AMENDMENTOF Sealed bids will be received by the OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL tomato),pear beans, but cup, milk.Weeandayt ..
INVITATION TO BID LAND USE PLAN City Commission of the City of Stark cleaNT R'/. AND FOR Fried. cMcken, rice ft gravy, applesauce -

Th. City of Starke Community A sale of the entire contents of these TOWN OF BROOKER Florida at the City Hall In Stork, until BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA cookie Whaler, Hot on rolls...,..milk.nraneays .. trench. tries, alestow
Development Offlc. will accept bids units will be !mod: to the highest bidder.If FLORIDAAn 7:30: p.m. Tuesday October 6. 1987.ot Cos No. 87-487-CA ,cbocoJata cake milk.rntajc .
for the rehabilitation of a dw.lling unit no bidder, the sale will t>e conducted ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive which time and place all bids received IN RE: The Marriage of Ouetnn e> rice, cheese itix, garden
as follows: pursuant to rental agreement between Land Use Plan Element and will be publicly opened and rood aloudon GLENN KEITH MADUFY alad. sliiwueiij shortcake, biscuits honey,
Date of Bid October 1, 1987 tenant and landlord. map by Brooker Florida. In accordancewith the following: Husband.and --
Place of Bid: Grant Office, 108 E. Call 9/24 2tchg 10/1 the local Government Comprehensive The following Items declared A-la-Carte

Street Act of 1975 for surplus property by the City: CHRISTOPHER MACAFFREY MAOUY
Planning as provided t Corndofs plan, hamburgers. franca
Time of Bid: 10:00: a.m. In Chapter 163 of the Florida Statutes.TO 1. WIRE TRAILER: |junked. obsolete Wife. rn.,.._
Location of Bid: 800 Pin. Street, : All citizens, taxpayers and other 2. 3 CHAINSAWS: inoperabl NOTICE ACTION Ten4ay> Cbeessburcers pizza trench frW,
Starke, Fla. Interested persons:: 3. 3 METAL TOOL BINS. TO: GUNN KEITH MAOtEVAddm milkshakes,O Jreeavaeajrt '

Owner of Unit: C.cil Ellis NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO YOU AND EACH OF YOU ore hereby 4. 1971 DODGE %Ton Pickup Truck: K> Unknown track bias, milkshakes.Itaneavt CorndoRS.. pima, hamburgers, _

Contractor Walk-through Date: REGISTER and herewith given notice In accordance DI4HEIU.347283.lunked. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTVKO...an action Cnaeseourgers, trench tries, com-'
September 28, 1987 FICTITIOUS NAME with Florida Statutes that the Town 5. TWO 'TON PICKUP TRUCKS: No D for dnsokjtion of marriage and d.ls. --

Contract Walk-through Time 10.00 Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Council of Brooker Florida will conduct numbers |unkd. other relief not been flied against yow In t Pizza, hamburgers, trench- tries, .core
a.m. Statutes, notice Is that a public hearing at a regular meeting 6. L.8000 BURROUGHS MINI. the above styled court and you or*-required
hereby given
Contractor Walk-though Place: At the the underlsigned, Morthnrian C. Reddish held at 7:30 p.m., at Town Hall Brooker COMPUTER. *n> serve a copy of your writtendefenses. .Eaek= day students.....a choice: of a hot lunch",.'
lob site. October and 7. LINE PRINTER: 87 LPM ef salad bar or they maf: purchase a-la-carte
Rt. 4, Box 311 Stark, Fla. 32091 Florida on 13, 1987 will a y. to It on DAIUA JEAN
A of the work be 8. LINE PRINTERS: 375 LPM
copy write-up can sole the consider an Ordinance relating' to: CHRISTOPHER Attorney at low. TerenceM.
business under
obtained from the Grant Office at 108 firm owner,of doing Bud's B Alternator AMEND the Comprehensive Land Use The City of Starka reserves the right .-. P.A. Post Office Drawer 4O
E. Call Street along with a of the name Welding Plan that lands to accept or reject any or all bids. Stark .
copy B Starter Repair Rt. 4, Bon 311 to provide currently Florida 32091. an or before October IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Standard Performance Specifications Starka, Fla. 32091 Intend to registersaid classified Single Family and designatedby Please bid on all Item separately. 22. 1967. and file the original with EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Grant Office hours are 8 m.-13 noon fictitious under the the plan as yellow be reclassified to Oty of StorbFl the dork of this Court.ei"befont service FLORIDA IN AND FOR
and 1-5 p.m., Monday through Friday. aforesaid name Mobil. Home and designated as brown Neill. Tucker on she oboe riaeedoMOruyorhei. BRADFORD COUNTY
Bids must bo submitted In a sealed Dated this 10th day of September the property of Ru.y and CatherineT.tston. City dark .......iatelythoreoft..... othorwiIo o File No. I-3836
envelope. 1987 in Bradford ., described os follows,: 9/24: 2tcbg lOll default cod be entered against you for Case No. 8776CPIn
In order to be eligible to bid the 10/1 Lots 24, 25, and 26 of Block 8, In Ward the relief _aand.d fcrt the Petition Re: Estate oft '
Contractor must meet the Contractor 9/104tpd City except West 16 feet, being situateIn IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE WITNESS my 'hand and official tool of SEAN MICHAEL WHIPPLE

Standards set forth by the City of Section B, Township 7 South, Range 20 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IN this Court on this 14 day of Saptambor o.c-ed.
Starke for licensing purposes and must East AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA 1987. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe
hold current City Contractor's license. You ore further given NOTICE that a Case No. 66-493-CA -. GUERTS. BROWN administration of the Estate of
For further information, contact INVITATION TO BID| copy of laid proposed ORDINANCE Is DAVID C. BROOKS and wax OF THE COURT SEAN MICHAEL WHIPPLE. Deceased File.
Charles Jackson or John Tinier at The City of Stork. Community available for your Inspection at the Office EILEEN M. BROOKS his wife. BY IIeuIoh Moody Number 1-3856. Case Number 87-76-CP.;
((904)) 9648902. Development Office will occept bids of the Town Clerk Town Hall, Plaintiffs, DapvfydarkDARLA is pending In the Circuit Court of the
Itchg 9/24 for the rehabilitation of a duelling unit Brooker Florida. -vs JEAN CHRISTOPHER Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida In and
Each and In- Attorney at low for Bradford County the address of
as follows:: every. person having any BEATRICE R. D'ARMENIA -
Date of Bid: October 1, 1987 teres 'r i the i lactment of this a/k/a BEATRICE R. PATTI FRANK LEWIS TERENCE M. BROWN. P A, which is Post Office Drawer B, Starke.
Place of Bid: Grant Office, 108 E. Call proposed ORDINANCE should appear D'ARMENIA. JOHN W. HAlSEY and JEAN Attorney for WifeP. Florida 32091.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Street and be heard at the time and place D. HALSEY his wife/ DAVID L POWEU O. Drawer The names and addresses of the personal
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, Tim of Bid: 10:00: a.m. prescribed. and CLARICE H. POWEU. his wife and Stark*. Florida 32091: /4tchg 10/8 representative and the personal
FLORIDA location of Bid: 1011 Eost Florida TOWN COUNCIL LELIA ALESOA POWELL. (904) 964-C72 .. representative's attorney are set forth

CASE 86-525 Owner of Unit: Julius 8 leona Royal FLORIDA TO REGISTERFKTTTOUSNAMC Interested persons are required to
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK Contractor Walk-through Dot: Itchg 9/24 NOTICE OF ACTION-PROPERTY file with this court. WITHIN THREE MON-

Plaintiff, September 28, 1987 TO: CLARICE H. POWEU Pursuant to Section 165. 9. Florida THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
v. Contract Walk-through Tim.: 1:00 a/k/a CLARICE SESSIONS Statutes none. to hereby given that NOTICE: (1)all claims against th. estate

RAYMOND HEATH EMMETT BRIGHT, p.m. ADDRESS UNKNOWN the undo/waned. Freeman Register M. and ((2) any objection by an Interested
JR.. and HARRIDELLE BRIGHT, Defen Contractor Walk-though Ploce: At the UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Box 1209.5...... Florida 32O91. sole parson on whom this notice was served
dants. |lob site. MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA Complaint to Foreclose Mortgage action doing h siiee under the that challenges the validity of the will.
NOTICE Of SALE A copy of the work write-up can be JACKSONVILLE DIVISION has been filed against you far eS. name of MM.l.sHl.ies.Bra 1209. the qualifications of the personal

NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant obtained from the Grant Office at 108E. Co.e87-703-Clv.J-16 following described property in Bradford SMrfco. .... matt Monde to register representative, venue or jurisdiction of
to the Final judgment entered InCase Call Street along with a copy of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. County. Florida: aid fictitious name under the the court.
Number 86-525 In the Circuit Standard Performance Specifications.Grant Plaintiff A portion of the SE 1/4 of thoSE 1/4 of ........... _. ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
Court of Bradford County Florida I Office hours ore 8 a.m.-12 noon v. Section 29. Township 6 South. Range 22 Doted thia 4th day OV S.prernb.r. SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
will sell the property situated In Brad and 1.5 p.m.. Monday through Friday. WILLIAM C. PHILLIPS JR. and East In the City of Stark., Bradford 1987 In Bradford County. Publication of this Notice has begun
ford County Florida described as:: Bids must be submitted Iri a sealed LYDIA F, PHILLIPS County Florida and being man* particularly 9/10ftchg lOll on September 17, 1987.

PARCEL A: A parcel' of land lying In envelope.In Defendants. described a* blows: Personal RepresentativeR.
Sections 23 and 26 Township 5 South order to be eligible to bid the ORDER OF SERVICEBY For point of reference commence at J. Inmon, Jr.
Contractor must meet the Contractor UNTIED STATES DISTRICT COURT 2252 Gulf Life Tower
Rang. 22 East and being more particularly PUBLICATIONThis the NW corner of said SE 1/401 SE 1/4
described as follows: Standards set forth by the City of cause cam to be heard upon and run thence South 87 degr-. IB MDfXE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA Jacksonville Fla. 33307
Commence on the N'ly Section line Starke for licensing purposes and must the verified motion of Plaintiff for an minutes East along the Nortttarfy boundary JMCKSONVUE DIVISIONCourt ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE -
of Section 26 where It Intersects the hold current City Contractor's license. Order of Service by Publication and It thereof a distance of 25.04 feet to No.B7-424-GV.J. :
West side of SR 200 (U.S. 301)) for POB. For further Information, contact appearing that this action has been the Easterly boundary of the right of way UNITED STATES Of AMERICA R. J. human Jr
From POB thus described run thence Charles Jackson or John Tlnsler at brought for the enforcement of a lien of Epperson. Street; run thence South 0 PlaIntiff 3333 Gulf life Tower

S'ly along SR 200 a distance of 298 feet ((904)) 964.8902. against real property situated In Bradford degrees, 30 minute East along said va Jacksonville Fla. 33307
thence run West at right ""chg 9/24 County within the Middle Districtof Easterly boundary a distance of 410 feet ROBOT J. TEASTEX and Phone 1-904-396-3337:
to a point:
angles to SR 200 a distance of 200 feet; Florida and described as fallows: to point of b.q -"' .. From point of PATSY A. TEASTE. 9/17 21chg 9/2"
o.A.- k
thence run N'ly and parallel SR 200 a Lot 23. Parkwood Subdivision' a* beginning thus described continue South
distance of 298 feet more or less, to per plat thereof recorded In Plat Book O degrees. 30 minute East along said NOTICE OF SALE
S records of Bradford distance of 75 feet Notice> le hereby given shot pursuant UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
the N'ly section line; run thence East INVITATION TO BID 3, Page public Easterly boundary a
200 feet to the POB. Lying In Sections The City of Starke CommunityD.v.lopm.n' County, Florida to a point; run thence North 89 degrees. to default.tudgmertf entered on August .MIDDLE, DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
23 and 26 Township 5 South Range 22 Office will accept bids and It further appearing that Defendants 30 minutes East a distance of 98.08 feet 14. 1987. by one above. entitled Court In JACKSONVILLE DIVISION
East. for the rehabilitation of a dwelling unit William C. Phillip., Jr. and Lydia to a point; run thence North I degree, 10 the above. styled_the undersigned Court No.4S5.Clv.J-14
F. Phillips, cannot be served within the minutes West a distance of 75 feet,mar Unned States Marshal or any of his duly UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

AND PARCEL B os Dot follows of Bid:: : October 1, 1987 Slole of Florida; that It I I. not practicable or 1 less, to a point bearing North 89 authorized deputies will sell the property Plaintiff
NW 1/4 Call to serve them personally for degrees 30 minutes East from point of sMuat In Bradford County. Florida.desrrLed DANNY
NE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of the Place of Bid: Grant Office, 108 E. A. BUSBY
5 South Range the whereabouts or residence of sold beginning; run thence South 89 degree.. ace=
of Section 35, Township Street and Lot 21. Porfc and Subdivision, as VICKI L BUSBY at. ol.,
the ROWof Defendants are unknown they 30 minutes West a distance of 97.21 feet per
therefrom Bid 10:00
22 East excepting Tim of : : a.m. Defendants.
plat thereof recorded In Plat Pooh 3.
have not voluntarily appeared herein; to paint of beginning.and .
Seaboard Coastline and excepting a location of Bid: 806 Oak Street Page 9 of the public records of BradfordCounty. NOTICE OF SALE
It Is therefore ore required to serve a
portion previously conveyed to Alice Stark., Fla you copy Florida. Notice h> hereby given that pursuantto
ORDERED as follows:: of written defenses if to..M
Davis, known as tax parcel 1918. all lying Owner of Unit: Johnny Jackson your any an at public outcry Sa In. highest and a default judgment entered on August
1 1. Defendants William C. Phillips the Plaintiffs' whose andaddress
and being In Bradford County Contractor WalkthroughDate: shall attorney name best bidder for cash at the hour of 17:00 31. *1987 by the above entitled Court In
Jr. and F. Phillips I. TERENCE M. BROWN. ES-
Florida September 28, 1987 noon an October 20. 1987 at the front the above. styled' muse, the undersigned
this and plead to tha com Terence M. P.A.. Poet Office
at public sale, to the highest bidder Contract Walk-through Time 11:00 cause QUIRE. Brown door ntiuina of the Bradford. County United States Marshal or any of! Ms duly
plaint filed herein on or before Oc- Drawer. Stark. Florida 33091.: an
the Bradford -
for cosh at the front door of a.m. Courthouse at Start. Florida. authorised deputies will sell the -
In Stark, Walk-though Place At the tober 19, 1987. or In default thereof or before 22 October 1987 and file the property
Courthouse, Contractor
County Dated: Ssylembsr IO. 1987JCHAJTD sMuato In Bradford County. Florida.
the Court shall proceed to Judgment In original with the Clerk of this Court
Florida at 11 :00 a.m. on the 15th day lob site.A L COX.... described
os: .
of the work write-up can be this cause to the extent provided for either before service) an PloJnfrnV attorney
of October 1987. copy by Section I65S Title 28 United StatesCode Immediately" thereafter,otherwise lin.NStarse Marshal Lot 32 of Knight's Subdivision as per
GILBERT| $. BROWN obtained from the Grant Office at Middle DieIrtd of Florida thereof recorded In Plot Book 2.
Clerk of Said Court Call Street along with a copy of the as If said Defendants had been 0 default will be entered ogoinet plot
A. Douro' a Bess.Ai.isge records of Bradford
01 the
Page 21 public .
By Beulah Moody Standard Performance Specifications.Grant served with process within the Slot of you for the relief demanded In th* complaint U.S. AttorneyAttorn County. Florida.
Clerk Office hours are 8 0m.-12 noon Florida. or petition. 9117 ftchg lOll
Deputy for Mo*..f,. at public to the highest. and
9/104tchg 10/1 and 1-5 Monday through Friday. 2. This order be published In anewspaper WITNESS my hand and the seal of sold outcry
p.m. best bidder for cash at the hour of 12.00
of general circulation In this 14 of I9C7.
Bids must be submitted in sealed Court on day September .
HOTiCE 20. 1987 th front
October at *
Bradford County Florida not less than' GILBERT BROWN noon on
envelope.In be eligible to bid the one each week for six consecutive Clerk CIrcuH: Court AlUM Y. DeLANEY. *U>.. of the doer entrance of the Bradford County
order to will S.... Florida.
the date GasnMvsHa Surgical Group no Courthouse at .
the Contractor weeks prior to return Byi Martha*Johns
NOTICE OF SALE Contractor must meet herelnabov designated.DONE Clerk longer be in the office es of October I. Doted: September 10. 1987
FOR NONPAYMENTOF Standards set forth by the City of Deputy RICHARD L COX JR.
STORAGE UNIT Stork for licensing purposes and must ... patients' records will be nwjintainedbr United SlOt.MarshalMiddle
Florida this 31st day of August M. PA.
Ihot on October hold current City Contractors license.For .
Notice Is hereby given th* office and other District of Florida
2, 1987 at 9 a.m., a sole of contents will further Information, contact 1987. Howard T. AIf'IaInIiffa members of..W surgical group will sea Duroihea Bean
C B C Mini Storage. Charles Jackson or John Tinder' at Snyder Post Office: Drawer 40
be held at Bay 11 A, MAGISTRATE previously made uyuufcitmeim for Or. Assistant U.S. Attorney
Stork. /Ice. This sale In- ((904)) 964.8902. UNITED STATES Stork.. Florida 32091
Hwy 301 South DeL '. Attorney for Plaintiff
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'j F Hurse : We Had Chance Against PiratesA

i lack of offense and defensive Pittman,No.42,145-11. rushed for 44 the job done at home it will make a back Rodney Mosley with 11 in-
f' breakdowns times have left Bradford yards in 12 carries, a 3.7 yard lot of things open up for other people, dividual tackles and seven assists.
High Coach David Hurse arid average. Coach Sexton points out. Sophomore Chris Dinkins was the
s Mike Sexton dissatisfied with the 7-3 Fernandina had 232 yards of of- Young Dinkins led the team in leading tackler in the Fernandina
loss to Nassau County High In Fer- fense, 154 rushing and 115 yards tackles with 7 individual tackles and game with seven individual tackles
nandina Beach last Friday night. passing. 2 assists from his defensive end p al- and one assist. Mosley had five in-
"We had our big chance" points "Wee didn't play all that well tion. "He turned in a good ballgame.r dividual tackles and three assist
out Head Tornado David nurse, defensive," Tornado Defensive I'm very pleased with the progress The tackles were:
when the Tornadoes blocked a punt Coordinator Mike Sexton says. The he's made," says Coach Sexton.A .
on the Fernandina 17 yard line. Tornado defense played good in strong point in both BHS games
1 Senior Malachi Jenkins blocked the spots, Coach Sexton agreed. "We this season is the play on the defen- TacklM Autet
Pirate punt and sophomore Clint just didn't play with the intensity sive corners?Nobody has been able Chris Dlnkln 7.
Reed fell on the loose football. with which we should be playing.," to run the pitch or sweep on the Tornadoes Rodney Mo.l.y a a
"The kids got so excited we endedup Breakdowns on defensive quarter with any success, points out K.lti. Jwtkln 4 1
1Mr. with 10 men on the field. That is back responsibilities were noted by Coach Sexton. That is a tribute to Malachi Jntkln a a
the inexperience I've been talking Coach Sexton. And the BHS defense rover back Rodney Mosley, No. 31, Jimmy long a 1
about. had wanted to contain the fullback, 163-11, and defensive end Jimmy Mlk. ElaW a I
"It's hard to fault the player. He but didn't. Long,No.85, 170.11. "I think they're Eric NaiworrhDan a.
> L; Fi was excited about being in on the big Defensive tackle Mike Elder No. doing an excellent job at their positions Clark a 1.
play," says Coach Rune. 63, 155-12 and defensive end ehrisDinkins ," says Coach Sexton. !arrln Pattonon
For the second straight game no No. 80, 155-10, were named Lanca Wiggins
outstanding offensive players of the the outstanding defensive lineman. Fernandina Tackling... .....,. CartarIII 1 2
game were selected by the coaches. Elder a scrappy ball player who Leading Tornado tackler after two Hamilton 1 I
BUS gained 62 yards rushing and 37 will do lot of for
C a things you Sexton games is senior linebackerendtackle Matthew AlbrHtonSpanrar I
&r.:= -" ; yards passing, a total of 99 yards of says,played his tackle position very Malachi Jenkins with 11 In- Smith I
. Fingertips... offense against a much larger Fer- well against a much larger oppo- dividual tackles and eight assists. Ed Douglas' 1
Pedro nnndtna team. Running back Greg nent. When a defensive tackle gezt Right there with Jenkins is
Carter (41) caught this pass on his fingertips a close loss to rover John Barry 1
p pn| F Cl IIMIIUllItt last week.Lack .

I of Offense Breakdowns in Defense Hurt BHS"I

think we've come a long way," through the first five games without: shoulder was injured in the Fernan Guards: Chris Durban No. 65, 143-11, and Rodney Mosley, No. 31, Sam linebacker: Eric Nazworth,
says Head Tornado David Hurse of getting too many people hurt, the, dina game, has had a good week's 170-11 and Matthew Albritton, No. 165-11. No. 64, 195-12.
the Bradford High offense which has Tornadoes could become a tough practice "He'll be right in the mid- 81, 160-12. Wideouts: Lance Wiggins No. 24, Inside linebackers: Malachi
failed to score except for a long field football team: dle of it. We expect big things of Tackles: Allen Wood No. 66, 140-10; Chris Dinkins No. 80, 155-10, Jenkins, No. 84, 192-1, and Bill
goal BUS is two-platooning, for the Pedro this week," says Coach 198-11, and Andy Tison, No. 76, and Shawn Diggs No.7, 155-11. Hamilton, No. 82, 190-11.
"We will be better offensively Fri- most part. DE Malachi Jenkins, DE Hurse. 21012.
day night," Coach Hurse promises. Jimmy Long, and rover Rodney Probable Tornado starting lineupfor Tight end: Ed Douglas, No. 82, Rover back: Rodney Mosley, No.
What ornado fans are experiencing Mosley play some offense. Inside the West Nassau game is: 170-11. Defense... 31, 165-11.
now is the growth of an inexperienc- linebacker Bill Hamilton and defen- Quarterback: John Berry, No. 12, Tackles: Mike Elder, No. 63, Cornerbacks: Darrin Patterson
'['d! offense including the quarter sive tackle Dane Clark play little 16010. 155-12, and Dane Clark, No. 75, No. 32,160-12.and young Lance Wig-
back. Coach Hurse points out. bit of offense. Offense: Fullback: Clint Reed No. 33, 18511. gins, No. 24 140-10.
BHS will be outsized,though not as The offensive line will have added Center: Terry Whitehead, No. 52, 17510. Ends: Chris Dinkins, No. 80,15510and Safety: Pedro Carter, No. 41,
much as against Fernandina. West depth for the West Nassau game in 170-11. Tailback: Greg Pittman, No. 42, Jimmy Long, No. 85,170-11. 145-11. _
Nassau uses a run and shoot type of the person of Ricky Heath No. 72,
offense. WN threw just seven tunes 210.12, who has transferred from
against Bishop Kenny, but two were Trenton. Heath will be eligible this
long bombs for a lot of yards. week and will play, says Coach Second In Meet
Still young and inexperienced,and David Hurse. Trention Coach Tom- Sapp Middleburg
coming off a 2-8 season,BUS lost 6-0 my Malloy, who coached at BUS at
to Flagler Palm Coast in the opening one time, numbers the holes the by Joe C-Ic..v Y were: auiui'_'" among .19.. school meet The Middle School Rosd Runners !
game and 7-3 to Fernandina. The same at BHS and Heath has picked BCT Staff Writer Saturday, Sept. 19, at Middleburg. did, not field a full team, boys or gR1r
scores indicate a strong defense, buta right up on the BHS system, says Lori Sapp placed second. Ramona Over 100 runners were entered in girls, but individual scores are for
lack of offense. Coach Hurse has Coach Hurse. Tennant a close third and the Tornado the races. the boys: Vinnie Blye 36th at 27:34: ;
said all along that if BUS can get BHS safety Pedro Carter whose girl's cross country runners Sapp ran the two mile distance in Justin Ward, 38th at 29:05: and Bernard -
12:49, Tennant in 12:51. Johnson 39th at 30:29.:
.- A ...4:11 Other girls in the race were: Kim Girls individual scores are: Brit-
--- Adams, 20th at 14:15: ; Felicia Davis, tany Bula, 1st at 14:54: ; Linda
....wrslj 39th at 15:22: and Angle Cohen, 68th Clarke, 7th at 15:26: ; Reneeat
.ns. 19:12. Daugherty, 8th at 15:44, and
THE '- Coach George Loper said the time Ramona Clarke, 9th at 15:46. This
were a great improvement over the was an excellent showing for the
S k" OFFICE previous week. The team effort was girls and they would have placed
better,and times are being cut down high, had they fielded a full team.
We Now Have 1988 SHOP little by utle.
The Varsity Boys team was one Upcoming...
Calenders In Stock llOW.CollSt. member short and so could not The Varsity teams are planning a
score, but individual scores for the to the FSU Invitational at
964-5764 three mile course were: Wayne AdTallahassee this Saturday, Sept. 26.
Order Yours NOW. dison, 55th at 22:12: ; Kenny DeSue Then Tuesday Sept. 29, both the Winner...
Stork*.Flo. I 58th at 22:56: ; Keith Thompson< tI at 22:57, and Randy Milton, 60th at Palatka here at 4 p,m.Warriors. the Mlddleburg Meet.

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2 1/4"Adding tailback. The Warrior Defense... plays very well. His running mate isBo
Johns, No. 87. 6-1, 186, who is
Best Warrior lineman is center Basic defense of West Nassau is
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0 tough the 4-4, the same as the Tornadoesuse.
strong blocks well and will string it Rover back is David Jones,No.44,
c. Buy; 12 Get 6 FREE And, WN uses the 7-diamond the fullback, who is quick and
.--...' out.Guards are Duane Cooper No. 55, defense times, with seven down charges hard.The Sam linebacker is
3-11,190,a strong,hard blocker and linemen,in short yardage situations.The Tracy Young, No. 29, who plays the
Glen Harper, No. 56, 6-0, 185, with four Warrior down linemen left slot on offense,and who is quick,
quick feet. M.i.J; tackles Brad Street. No.51 who has good speed, and will hit.
Cornerback Pooh Scheider, No 9.
The big Warrior tackles are BradStreet
and Mark
81/2x14" plays tackle on offense, at right slot on offense, is tabbed the
9 Legal da ,No.51,8-0.200,who can move Arline, No, 72, 5-11, 190. Arline at- best Warrior defensive back.
!" We Have people out, and Jerald Hendrix, No. tacks hard and returned a fumble Scheider, BHS scounts report has
3000 Sheets reg. 14.b0 73, 6-3,240, who blocks well. for a touchdown against Bishop Ken- good speed and is a hard hitter.
ALL TYPES The split ends are Louis Brown, ny. The defensive ends are Core Right cornerback is Jody Wright,
Ribbons In Stock SALEWE No. 3, 6-0, 165, who is quick and Smith, No 61, 5-10, 165, a No. 88, 63,185, who has good speed
com$59aper speedy and Mickey Allen, No. 84, strong player, and Kyle Hamilton, and coverages.
tall and quick on the outside pass. No. 2. Free safety is Brian Wright No.
QB Armstrong usually throws to Inside linebackers are Duane 13, 60,170, who is quick and roams
14 7/8 x 11* Reg. white bond $$8.95 the right to SE Allen, No. 84, or right Cooper No. 55, who plays guard on all over the field.
slot back Scheider, No.9.Pirates offense. Cooper is physical, reads

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Askaayi medal:,sf-w-r The salaries paid to National employees at the facility on a Operating expenses for
landlord m tbe area and ttary wia led Guardsmen and women based in the sprawling 70,380-acre Kingsley facility were more than$ ,
yon that tile Florida JKabaaalGuard's stale were even greater-more than Lake site which serves as a major year, and salaries for
Camp Itlamlaig reads keg pi 000.x1 bat J8II' training area for units! from all over employees alone- a large
bocmest far the local a.far.tywith The unmumnif |epu t does Dot in- the Florida and the rest of the United which was spent locally,
""TippSe"* cfffrrts in tee area elude letu'tuieut:' fuadi.g. which States. to more than$2 million last
economy. that are wdl-kaava la benefits a substantial number ofretirees These large influxes of men and Federal Funding in the
"'--aadcmc Ilaaders -especially in the surroun- machines each year for their Annual cluded over $3 million
Tee State and Federal dIIIIan ding oommnmlier like Starke. Training exercises (AT's) are a big salaries last year, and
wteeta lutumt the Cords irgta part of impact on the local economy million for National Guard
readiness level pricrtfjes ftbey Local load which other communities do not personnel.Administrators.
wadbenBedislea: ...fIIJ dJJ'.. The impact on Starke from Camp have. at Camp
any major conflict and tbeecononue Bleeding 0 big and growing steadily Local and area businesses enjoy also authorized the
effects of tSlarkeaodolbercamaBntieSBitbe dl>mrrs e as die local facility adds operating big increases in their trade when the more than $300,000 in fuel
and traimng ants and has experienced guardsmen numbering in the local level last year,
state are odead a a.et..smie__ a big surge in growtb in thousands, train at Camp Standing $200,000 in food items
pad report released I a WOIIS by seven years UDder the Ronald for 2-5 week periods each year. $800,000 in
Florida Nabonal Guard Mju taat Reagan aifiHiiiltluitiiTn, wnicta emphaswnt The sound of the booming guns on maintenance and repairs to
General Robert FsQio -.II Ills Che growth and rrartinrmaf the firing ranges at the Camp are equipment.
staff gnard units as an important part music to the local merchant's ears. Annual Federal funding
of lIS defame Camp Blanding has an authorized Blanding totaled just
Wads of the F1arida Na IBI1 Camp Blanding: employees Na- personnel strength of 11 units one of million in 1986.
Guard are located ovywiee< : a bonal GUard ---.30 Active tbe largest in Florida,with a total of The total value of the
the map in 57 6fIftftIt aomrml6es Guard Personnel and 77 state 803 employees. SM '5333104.'j:
,aDd supports fdta.ciaE
ly by both stale and federal f'c.FedrnlfwdmC"'c.ant .
Wads- Family Fun Day Set at BlandingBy
the state were not ander! SllMOa ,
last :year and the state eantnfcated
over seven nulnon dollars. la addHbon By Mart Pridtu on the events.. We're all lookking for- Country and Western i
federally woed egl.p.at Staff Writer ward to it. scheduled to play on
operated by stale empgdj ea s Camp Standing is planning Saturday nights. !
wortb jott under ..... aaoteer ate of it's Family Fun Day Some of the many events and There will also be : '
dollars. eats tills wedaIL demonstrations plannned during the races, nature trail rides
All members,active or retired off weekend include a fishing contest in road motorcycle vehicles,
The "ripple" effects an the local tile Florida Air-Army national the crystal clear waters of Kingsley fishing contests, BB gun _
.ou.-uy adude the Guard tars Guard and employees off the Dep- Lake an EOD (explosives-safety) basketball goal shooting :
purcttatsc of supportUwsarToaBdmcarc '"t .. tartment of Military Affairs are invited demonstration and oldfashionedthreelegged Softball throw, a tug-of-war,
e.Ed-; ...inthestate to a teed and participate in the race a parachute drop all teams, sack races! a : -
-m.-k-L-:; Camp B'--.f_ Family Fun Day wtecta is set for Fri for the kids,hay rides taking tours of bluegrass music,
is dlandft"Dled by the iof elration day Saturday and Sunday. Sept. the facility,timed runs,Softball,ten- big meal on Saturday night,
a local armory wteefe at ate Z -27. nis and volleyball unit team competitions tags for the kids, dart
financed by state and federal'-k. ,a big Friday and Saturday cards for dependent
We are expecting a big crowd night bonfire, a civilian aircraft breakfast Sunday morning the An-
Seniasaad! purdBases fat like we had last year."a guard show, static displays of military Club. Gad .1 I
the local Eaabbes each ant spokesperson said. "We encourage land and air equipment a water skiing For more details
ty m -to tbeof "'-'- to get a mot team together show held on Kingsley Lake anda Morale-Welfare-Recreatlon .
dollars spat by Guard peesaelwhin .bring whole family and join in military air power flyover. Camp Blanding-533-3423 or impact on communities like Starke and Keystone"*4rtf*.
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Shrimp, FishChinoso of MurderA
& Food jll Inmate Guilty Attempted

All You Can Eat .-.)aIr...... ieoote at florida March at FSP. runner at the prison.- A correctional to testify in circuit court Tuesday.The .
Weekend Special Buffet (Fri & Sat. only) State...we em W oed loan ad- Edward C.Robinson was charged' officer had gone to the cell to get Jury found Robinson guilty of
ditMoal is i' e eneoa aft<< with attempted first degree murder Martin when Robinson pushed by a lesser Included offense,attempted
i MIle was foood tom, attempted and inmate in possession of contraband him and starting stabbing Martin. second degree murder and guilty of
$6.75 murder -to wit a weapon after be stabbed The officer called for help and possession of a weapon, both second
A five fellow inmate Robert Martin. disarmed felonies. The 15-year
WBCSV enc Robinson was subdued and degree
Leo Restaurant & Loungo deliberated lees IBM two -s Martin was handcuffed ready to Martin underwent emergency sentences for the charges are to run
22 More readBntaer<& be moved to another cell when be* surgery at Alachua General concurrently but will be additionalto
c 8OO N. Tempi Avenue Sterke elf attempted*nxnd drgree nordnwtectt was stabbed three lima in his cell Hospital for wounds in his back and I any time now being served,accor-
884-801 is a atabbigg too* place en T-wmg by Robinson who was a neck, he has recovered but refused ding to Judge Osee Fagan.

Lunch Hauler Mont Buffet'**o We servo Regular Menu Alto c Years DOC

Dinner Mon-Thu f BJBB OPEN 1.ye s_-.II: c c Starke Youth Sentenced to 2 |IA

AMERICAN for bmchT 30.7 E
_,J eaetismlq VISA XPMIM DhworMon-ThMr open c -,...-- Stark Tooth who Department of Corrections Monday John Lamar Crews of Bayless home and vehicle December 24 and,tak-all
PrI&let 1130-10 de ..Sunder D C bas bees_ dicated a*ads*was in Bradford County Circuit Court by Highway was arrested and charged ing stero equipment,clothing under the
seotenoM tw* fear* n the Judge JtJeeFapn.. with breaking! _into! a neighbor's the presents from
Christmas tree.
Crews,then 16,had escaped Dec. 1
from a detention center in Tampa.He .
was apprehended by local
authorities and a prison dog team,at
the time he was camping in the
woods with three area 15-year-old
gins. Crews again escaped, this
time from jail} and committed the
burglary. He was later captured in
possession of some of the stolen
Crews pled guilty to burglary and
A grand theft of a dwelling and was
4aAMPa sentenced on those charges followed .
rO000 His two year sentence will be -
by five years probation, concur-
rent, on each charge.


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PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATIONS: pure-bred School is Australian here and Shepherd Britches,, is a

STARKE ready. She, with a group of family
470 W. MADISON ST. pets, has been visiting Starke
Elementary school for the past three
r r: years. Acting as a mascot for the
...... Bradford Humane Society ever
I .z ,1 ;,: ,.,' since she was ten weeks old, Brit-
,,, ches has made many friends, old .
''..- J,!.. : --: and young alike, but also performs a

US CNOKX SOMEUSS J W-O BRAND valuable service.
: : mOM Mr ease S LB. HANOI PAK Together the animals help teach
the children how to better care for
DE' GROUNDBEEF their pets as well as to respect the
pets and animals of others. Along
Nq.p= BROIL42.0z.99C with the animal group, which includes -
Bugsy the rabbit,Sammie the
cat, then maybe a baby goat, quail
$197 or chicks, comes an assortment of
58c gic feathers, bird eggs animal teeth
1Hz.f and many tools and brushes which
,, PKC. IB. LB. are used in farm animal care. In this
hands-on learning experience, the
children'from kindergarten to fifth
grade, really get involved and their

... questions are great.
Although the kids enjoy all the
I animals Britches seems to be
EVERYDAY LOW PRICE w-.sians everyone's favorite. It could be
because she's a well adjusted, han-
: CORN dicapped dog Yes Britches is
ALL GRINDS almost totally blind. She was born
DOGS tBIt _-fOffll.J ; .. with Microphthalmia, an abnormal
ASTORCOFFEE 79AiivMirnif smallness of the eyes, which from
> 1 W*MAN0 IIOUUUI,HI*.r time to time shows up in this breedof

:Ag c' JUMBO dog and others like it, such as the
sheepdog. Most of these puppies are
after the problem is
destroyed soon
.... discovered, but through Britches
1 the children learn even an animal
,' FISHERMAN'SWHARE born with a handicap can lead a hap-
', ....
--.N life.
py, productive
PRINGLES $-27 MILLER' L-O32 Last spring at the annual Rabies
SIP'OINTIP discovered that Britches -
clinic, it was
SNACKS & I -- had heartworms. Her finicky
54 99 IUSHEK and complete dislike for
j IVORY 9ge C Iii_.o 15-99 u ROUND $ 97 PINK eoa$499> tions Filanbits, made, as it just well a as matter all medica-of time

1 LIQUID . llu DRINKS = or SIRLOIN u | SHRIMP . before it would the happen.Bradford Almost Humane immediately -

'Q TM.n*MAID MAWIS(Not r1 ,,&_ __.*. Society volunteered to pay the ex-
PERCH $ 99
$97 pense of heartworm treatment
pEARS 88cCOLA. ui$199STEAKS. FILLETS . u & because of her faithful service. Thisis
. w . . .. AVAHABLC OMLV IN SEAFOOD MARKETS not the first time the Society has
i jumped in to help animals in need,
? and slowly but surely their financial
position is now in great jeopardy, as
ftt- well as their ability to help other
tRfmWIIlon.. animals.
COMTHOL e YNEr M..I1NNf Over the past year, our Humane
C" CRESTTOOTHPASTE Society has paid for several heartworm -

: a J,. -, .l'.. MOUTHWASH HONEYa $2 98 GLAZEDYE 179 sterilizations and parvo of numerous treatments pets,, the the

Ii' HAM . u DONUTS oar IMl euthanasia of many sick or badly in-
: I :,) $ 59 srr.Nn mi*.AM..PUI....rom*r MIAMI MID jured animals and various other

'V. G, I.4MU. 1 z... $289 SWISS $1 89 JUMBO 6 9ge need medical arises requirements., the Bradford When Humane the

/ TUBE nL CHEESE . KAISER ROLLS f9 Society is there, willing to do all it
can. It's most recent case involved a
young man and his family's sick
EVERYDAY LOW PRICE puppy. When taken to our local
veterinarians, it was diagnosed as
having parvo. The family was
HARVEST FRESH GREEN GIANT 91C unable to pay the cost of treatment
because of staggering doctor and
BROCCOLI ,..:, COB CORN .I tom hospital bills,so the Humane Society
.Borst n was called. Today the puppy is well,
the family happy and the bill is paid.
; V9'71\ GRANNY SMITH Qc 900 What really drained the Society's
resources was the ordeal with the
; .'", MARGARINE. OA& Ir mare from Brooker who is now living
APPLES . u : I' at the S.T.O.P. camp in Starke.
months was
fUPaUAND too*PUtS r C_ _IA. CTMMVMII*. MlAWINIT HASH, Over the nine
-" MACM av CMUIIT UIOUMOT their care, the vet bills, boarding

f MLFCM. 99c : .. .pr'.j PRESTIGEICE and materials miscellaneous needed to expenses build her new and

JUICE . . : HAL/ $278 corral cost the Society over $1,500.
CREAM CAL Without the support of the Florida
i. Bank,the Cooneys of Old Glory Feed
Store local vets, and other kind
OVER 10,000 EVERYDAY friends their bills would have been
dI' even higher.
\ Now that all the bills are paid it's
. LOW PRICES time to get the Bradford Humane
: o 9ur Society back In the business of help-
BOTTOM Ing needy animals. To do this, they
, : LINE need your support now.The first two
weekends in October a large rummage
LOWER FOOD BILL CUB sale will be held in the vacantlot
behind Andrews Drug Store,with
over half the businesses of Starke

COMPARE OUR PRICES-YOUU LIKE THE SAVINGS! 00L donating raffled box-loads and items of numerous treasures.to be either friends This sold will giving be or

! L one sale not to miss I Help this wor-
thy cause, so the Bradford Humane
Society can begin to grow again and
become the well-established
organization this county needs.



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Crucial Plays for KHHS... --
It all came down to one final drive for the KHHS Indian vanity football
team Friday night In their 13-9 victory over Clay High, and these two
players both made big contributions to keep the game-winning drive

4 alive.
:s.. At left QB Aaron Stanley (IS) races through the Blue Devil secondary
16 r t on one of Ms big gainers on the option play.
Tight-end Matt Rhoden(88), above, caught two Important third down
receptions from Stanley and scored the first of his team's touchdowns
the first period.

I KHHS Indians Football Team Defeats Visiting Blue Devils I

ByMarkFrledlln Jacksonville is holding on to the Bob Buckwalter put the EP kick both teams' offenses hurt more except for a-pair of fine defen- A couple' of big runs by Stanley
LRM Sports Writer number one spot in the poll, and dead center through the uprightsand themselves with turnovers and one, sive plays by the Blue Devils. SM .req.4B
Indian quarterback Aaron Stanley defeated one of their their top the Indians led 7-0 with) 7:16 left a fumbled pitchout attempt by the I
fired an 11-yard TD pass to Mike district rivals Pierson-Taylor, 12-6 in the first period. Indians, led to a Clay field goal.
DeKeyser with less than three Friday night. The Blue Devils had no better luckon Stanley's pitch to Taylor midway I I I I
minutes left in the game as the In district action Union County their second possession of the through the second period was high, a .. IS YOUR
KHHS varsity football team pulledout easily defeated Cross City, who beat night when their QB fumbled the and Taylor lost it in the shuffle when o BACto
an exciting, come-from-behind, the Indians last week,and Newberry snap and Tim Givens recovered for the Blue Devil defenders closed in "OUT OF
13-9 victory over Clay High last Fri- defeated defending champion In- KHHS. and recovered the ball on the KHHS NAGICWHETHER:"f c............
day night in Keystone Heights.The terlachen 6-3 on a last-second field Setting up shop on the Clay 42, the
win evened the Indians' goal. Indian running backs drove all the 32.The Indian defense held, but the .'I'OtI'125' :Surns2IHG!
record to I-Ion the season and the Newberry and Union County are way down to the Blue Devil 10-yard Clay kicker connected on a 37-yard FROM! 6AQ(1oC1I.,
schedule is kind this week with an clearly the teams to beat- they play line before Taylor was stopped for three-pointer, giving the visitors a yTIFr, ;ssSOReNFLKc1ENsloSt
early open date, giving Head Coach each other October 22 and the win- no gain on a third-and-one of!tackle 9-7 lead.That's the way it would stay : ,
Wesley Dicks and his staff plenty of ner will have to lose to someone for play. through the second period and most .7 CMIRoPRAT "
time to heal injured players,work on the Indians to have a chance. Bob Buckwalter,who hit a 43-yard of the entire second half, as both CN1FVrYou.
technique and insert a few new plays Against Clay High, the Indians field goal in the Fall jamboree, was teams struggled to get a drive going. BACK: INAUGNMFJ41." .
during practice sessions. broke on top early in the opening called in but he was just wide left on The Blue Devil offense was c1Jt! ',K-
The Indians' schedule resumes period in an impressive, 60-yard a 27-yard attempt, leaving the In- plagued in the second half by poor ., _
October 2, when they travel to drive on their opening possession. dians with no points on a deep fIeld position and a rapidly improv-
Gainesville to take on P.K. Yonge in After the defense forced a Clay penetration, the Blue Devils with the ing KHHS defense, which gave their Helping you /"> is what we do
an 8 p.m. contest. Their district punt, the Indians picked up a first ball back on downs and Coach offense one last shot to win late in c _
schedule gets underway again when down on a run by Ryan Shute and Wesley Dicks mildy perturbed on the fourth period. good. best!
they travel to Williston Oct.9 to play two by Eric Taylor to the Clay 45. the sidelines. Coach Dicks who said last week
the red-hot Red Devils. QB Stanley, who enjoyed his finest This time the visitors got their act his team would be throwing the ball
It will be a tough task,considering outing yet this season, rolled out together. more against Clay than in a run-
the strength of the schedule, but the right on the next play and threw a Clay QB Leeland Johnson con- dominated loss to Cross City in the
players are confident they can still pass to tight-end Matt Rhoden. nected with his flanker on a big third opener, did just that in the second :: '.DRADFORD CNIHQ RACTIC t
challenge in the district 3 2A race-if Stanley laid the ball in to Rhoden down play to mid-field, then running half after establishing the running ,,,: CENTS.
they can defeat the eighth-ranked just over the defensive back's back Robert Lewis swept around the game in the first two periods.As ;. .;;";t';''"' ;,,:''iTf&f,1t/<*4' :"y..pL1'? ? <. ."n'bi-: .;\.;;.;.. '!>-.,,%:/r>t. &\i1u'" .
Newberry Panthers and the fourth- outstretched hands, and Rhoden right side of the KHHS defense 56 a result, the Indians came out .,' : 'r, .-"> i ';96 WA95 l .!,,'f,,... } .f ; .yjt'ir. ;'"' ,
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ranked Union County Tigers,'or get' made the catch and turned the play yards for a touchdown. The extra throwing in the second half, mixed in ;' .$ <<':%> <(1;" '"1'ri>{/.p; ( .f' ,xo/ < f? !?
a combination of wins and lossesto, into a long touchdown for.KHHS, point try was no good and the In- with a few well-timed scrambles by y.J:1, :<" Next.to'Chambe""OtCbmmerCeV?: 3 ..,r,
either win it outright or get into a pulling away from 'the Clay dians were holding on to a slim, 7-6 Stanley on the option play. They put f /< ;, r; ;V;; F ,',nN't{ > ,.i" '. 4 2
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playoff.Defending. defenders and racing over the goal- advantage.The it all together on the final drive of i ... : ",;;;J'f : j' rS..?:'w. 'I f...;' ,\8> .r"<%. ?; ,,;;
2A champion Bolles of line untouched. lead wouldn't last long, as the night but could have scored

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'i Visit JTO" Gall SSAfSS authorized BRYAN'SAtCEHardware

WorkshopBy Termite a Pest Control .
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KHHS Journalism Student

Heights Yearbook 19 and, the NewspaperStaff Keystone END CLEARANCE SALE

attended the Florida Scholastic
Press Association (FSPA) DistrictII -
workshop. The workshop was held
at Vanguard High School in Ocala. : SAVE
Robin Redfearn, Staff editor-in- "It's convenient"
chief,ran against approximately ten : Ir ,
other nominees for district represen- With Sears authorized Termite & Pest .. .,. .
tative. In her speech Robin stated Control's annual
her credentials editor-in-chief Killguard 365;treatment, 15
as there's need .. /
and reporter for a local newspaper. no to schedule inconvenient
Impressed by her performance, monthly appointments
District II voted Robin as their

representative representative.assists The In the district planning "There's no odor. fr On ALL

of the state convention held in ffi
May, and while there Robin hopesto Sears authorized Termite & Pest Control'sKillguard ;
be elected Student Chairperson of 365 treatment is odorless In the TORORiding

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The workshop is designed to get even know your home's been trea ed..but "
junior high and high school Lir -
newspaper, yearbook, and brodcast the bugs will! Mowers !

staffs ready for the new year. The
classes ranged from"What it Takesto
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Layout and Graphics." .
The attending staff memberswere "It.worlul"One ,

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Redfearn, Ken Reese, Rob Sistrunk
Missy Spoor, Michelle Walker and
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Edna :,.: .0

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HonoredMelrose L

tY i1ly .
e rrli. ft/>/ >. al.toj tAt in/,
was all decked out with j tIAgixte "
yellow ribbons and signs to welcome I A
Edna Williams home this past week.
Edna has returned after accomplishing Fonn L EDNA WILLIAMbQErNOFTc

a feat that few women .....,....,..,..,,,'.1, ....-
have tried and even fewer 70 year ,
olds, men or women, have managedto 'J/.JJ.J. t* mt ra CA'IN' ; TAIL I IY
complete. She hiked the complete : // / -
Appalachian Trail, a mountain trail
which spans 14 states from Georgiato .
"""" *
Maine. It traverses more than :
2000 miles of some of the most rugg- : H
ed country in the United States. '
The project has taken years and r ,
there were times when she almost r
abandoned it. In 1979 she fell on wet
ground and broke her leg but I
managed to pitch her tent and wait
for help to arrive.The following year Special Day...
she went back to complete that YI
I phase and again fell, breaking her Melrose resident Edna Williamshas
other leg. This would have stopped hiked the entire Appalachian
most people, but not Edna. Trail a feat performed by very few
The following year she tried again Individuals.She .
and finished the segment. At still I \ r1'41L was honored for her accomplishments
another time she was robbed and with a photo mon- r-
although the thieves were caught tage by noted Melrose PhotographerJoe
she was delayed again with court Usurer (above at right) and she
proceedings. Other mishaps occur- was crowned "Queen of the Ap
red, but still she carried on, deter- palachians" by Gloria Sheaffer (at
mined to finish the trail and achieve 1 1f left),
her goal This year she completedthe It was declared "Edna Williams
final leg of the arduous trek on A try, Mh Day" Melrose! for the event.
August 14. ** ** * ** * ** **
Her many friends decided to
celebrate her achievement and J DARING LEAP OF DEATH COMPLETE HORSE SHOW
declared Sunday, September 20,
"Edna Williams Day" in Melrose. In OVER 100 ANIMALS Lions, Tigers, Bears, Elephants, *
addition to decorating the town with 4t Camels, Monkeys, Laughing Hyenas, Llamas, Zebras *'
ribbons and signs, Edna was feted at taineers knife, some special
Trinity Parish Hall with a town party photographs by Joe Daurer and a tee
Master of Ceremonies Gloria shirt with "Melrose loves Edna" rNT1IIpr *'
Sheaffer crowned her"Queen of the printed on the front and "I did It" Starke Florida *
Appalachians" and presented Edna printed on the back. ,
with many gifts including a walking Lastly,Jo Benson presented Edna Sunday October 4 *
staff specially made to help ward off with an authentic Appalachian Trail *'
"Bars" (Bears). marker sign. After the presenta- Bradford *
A special certificate of appreciation tions, Edna cut a large cake Gallery inc. County Fairgrounds
and congratulations was presented by the Melrose Library 4c Showtlmes: l:00pm: & 3:30pm:
presented and The Appalachian Association which was made in the = *'
Trail patch with "2000 mile rocker shape of a mountain with a trail win- 104 W Call St.Stufce.cFl. Children (under 14)) $3.75 Adults $6.75
arm". ding around it to the top and .jj: FREE Chlldrens Tickets Available At Participating Merchants *T'
Other gifts Included posters, everyone enjoyed a wide variety of
calendars,an engraved Swiss moun- refreshments. is pleased to represent FRANK BUCK BRING 'EM BACK ALIVE *


Herff Jones Class Rings

s+ Set Extravaganza- '" I I I

l Is'' The 1987 Fall Volunteer Extravaganza Putting Excitement in 4-H Club

hosted by Bradford and MeetingsSo 25" Stereo Television
Alachua County 4-H Leaders will be I'm a 4-H Volunteer, Now What
October 3 at the Reitz Union University Do I DoPutting?
Education in Your Market
of Florida campus in

I Gainesville.The meeting. is for all 4-H leaders -Animal Project.Opportunities in 4-H (youth only) I

and about people 4-H leadership.who want to The learn programwill more ,Involving Putting Parents Excitement in your 4-H in Club 4-H Value from Fisher !

include special sessions for Teen
infor- Working with Youth 1-1
Leaders. People can get more
mation or sign up By calling the Introduction to 4-H (101) With Purchase
Bradford County 4-H office at How to Demonstrate (youth only) [
964-6280, ext. 229. Club Program Planning
Sessions offered at the Ex- Helping Your 4-H'ers with Records
travaganza will be: Fundraising in Your 4-H Club. PC347
Club Officer Training (youth only) Bradford County 4-H is a joint program
How To Be a 4-H Clothing Project sponsored by. IFAS and the
?: Leader Bradford County Board of Commis- Includes Stereo Broadcast Tuner!
sioners. It Is to all between the
Introduction to 4-H ((101) open .
I 4-H Club Program Planning ages of 8-18 regardless of race, -.-' 4r .. .
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Pog 3B gave his team a first and goal at the .. With
and Taylor gave the Indians good Clay nine with a well-timed scram- 1 .
field position late in the third period, ble over left tackle '. j Wireless With 25 %
but a fourth down pass was broken On the next play he and DeKeyser ;
I up and Clay took over. teamed up again this time for the ", Remote Down
i Stanley fired a pair of third-down game-winner. Stanley hit Dekeyeron \
t pass completions to Rhoden early in the five yard line and the junior i Control!
the fourth period, but Taylor was receiver bulled his way over the !! \
i halted on a fourth-and-one at the goal-line for the winning score. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!,!!!,!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1I1I1I1II1I1I1II1II1I1I11II1II1I11 Illlll I
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Melrose Art Show Planned

The 15th Annual Melrose Arts and tion by Peg O'Brien. vide a"craft-participation"area for
4: L.. yr; Crafts Festival will be held on Satur- -1 pm. Melrose Community visiting children where they may
day, October 3 from 10 a.m. until 4 School Musical Ensemble. create an original work of art. The
p.m. All festival activities will takeplace 1:30: p.m. Counted cross stitch Melrose PTO will supply all
1ei on the grounds of Melrose demonstration by Gloria Sheaffer. refreshments including pizza hot
Community School at the intersec- CommunitySchool"Jumparopics" dogs hamburgers soft drinks
tion of SR 26 and SR 21 in Melrose. snow-cones, coffee, doughnuts andbaked I
I Over 140 artists and craftsmenwill 2:30 p.m.. -. Christmas card goods. !
I be exhibiting in tree-shaded sur- demonstration by Rosemary Rick Cain noted Gainesville
roundings this year. Adequate parkIng Daurer. sculptor, will once again introducean
space for visitors is provided in -3 p.m. Pine Cone decoration original Halloween"creation"at
the field behind the gymnasium.Six demonstration by Edna Williams. the festival. This creature will then
artists are scheduled to give be exhibited at the"Gallery of Hor-
i i demonstrations of their craft,giving Local Girl Scout troops will pro- rors" in Gainesville in October.

visitors an insight to the skills In-
volved in their work.Entertainment
will be interspersed with the
: ... demonstrations throughout the day.
_H, The schedule is as follows with tF 1 See me at
n "+ Henry DeLoach acting as Master of

-10 a.m. Vocal duets by Carolyn 4 '
Armstrong and Sonja Jones. ,
10:30: a.m. Watercolor
demonstration by Beth Bloodsworth. fa-
-11 a.m. Gainesville Suzuki
._ ..11.'.-_""' 1 Players. New and Used Cars & Trucks
'r- --- 11:30: a.m. Rush and cane chair 206 W. Madison: St. Starke
Art Festival Coming... demonstration by Paul and Ruth rw \
Five exhibitors scheduled to give demonstrations of Shown In the picture from left to right exhibitors Meng. I P' 96472OOEddie
their skills at the Melrose Arts and Crafts Festival on Ruth Meng,cane chairs; Rosemary Daurer,Christmas noon- The Brass Circle Ensem- '; Starlingi
Saturday October 3 enjoyed a few minutes sharing cards; Beth Bloodsworth, watercolors; Gloria Shaef- ble.
craft Ideas. fer, cross stitch and Peg O'Brien, folk dolls.r' 12:30 p.m. Folk doll demonstra-

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For Sunshine IndustriesBy I

ud of here, with our profit making GL7Lr1RdHCEI
BCT Staff Writer businesses and our successful com- '
The drive for funds is still on for munity placement program, which
the staff and clients at the Bradford has been very well received."
Association of Retarded citizens' Three of the most highly trained
Sunshine Industries workshop, workers at the facility have received
which is experiencing one of its big- jobs at local businesses around the .. ..
gest years yet, with a successful Starke area and employers report
placement program operating in outstanding success with their per-
local community businesses and ex- formance.
citing plans for an expansion of the "This program has been very en-
facility.The couraging so far," Larimer said.
facility needs community support "This has been one of the most satis-
for the new building, which will fying things we've done yet, both for
house an added workshop, the clients and the staff here. It
classroom and office space to meet gives them a real boost of confidence P .
the needs of handicapped citizens of when a worker can do so well in the TO SO days left -
Bradford County. business environment. We would $1000 I ;
"We are planning to build the new like to do this (community placement 1 00O
Ex- ) as much as possible becauseof '
building this year, reports
ecutive Director Bob Larimer. "The the positive aspects it has to clear out
plans call for an 8,000 square foot demonstrated. BACK! Financing
new building which will add a Sunshine Industries is a bustling $350-CALAIS
classroom, additional office spaces enterprise located on State Road 16.
for the staff, and an entire new Mentally retarded adults of Brad- $300 SPRINT all '87s in
workshop for the clients. Local fun- ford County who work and learn at
ding and community support will be the facility gain extensive, practical $300 SPECTRUM !
crucial in this stage of the project, training and working experience .
stock '
but we think we have a lot to be pro- $300- NOVA. and -
$700 DELTA 88

189Os Festival Set I $350. BERETTA. $350.CUSTOM l

$600 CAVALIER make room CRUISER
:',,, The 14th annual Mcintosh 1890's concert and the Crossroads Gospel
Festival is scheduled Saturday, Oc- ..Singers concert will be held ,$700 CELEBRITY $1000 on all ,
." tober 24,lasting all day,,.from...> (.. 9am.. throughout the day. '.
until 5 p.m. -> -J- A quilt raffle drawing at 3:45: will $350 CAPRICE for the 88s 98's In stock i
A Grand Parade is set for 11 a.m. award a beautiful quilt to the lucky
Bill Munroe is the Master of winner.A .
Ceremonies, featuring "Lolly the model train exhibit, and an art
Trolly", North Marion High School exhibit by Robert C.Skelley, will be
Band, Tampa Pipe Band jugglers, held at the old train depot.

antique Victorian cars costumes.A and parade. marchersin que Food, hot concessions dogs hamburgers include barbe-,. ice That's why we want you to i
day of fun with Victorian cream and home goods.If
costumes, tours of 100 year old you want top take a step
endless backwards into time,then go and en-
homes crafts, antiques
bazaar booths, model train exhibit, joy this day a fun day for all ages,at YOUR OWN DEAL
artisans working their crafts old Historic Mcintosh, Florida and WRITE
Entertainment featuring the Tam- located half-way between Ocala
Bag Pipe Band the Central Gainesville on route U.S. 441. .
pa .
Florida Community College Dixieland For more information write: "'
Band,Kazoo Band, the Spanish Friends of McIntosh Inc., P. O. Box \
Oak Rockers the Burr Oak Singers 1890 Mcintosh Fl. 32644.

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DormanWell ,
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Dinner MeetingThe Septic Tanks Lift Stations ;: aa
Culverts- Dozer Work -

Club annual DuPont dinner Company's meeting 25-Year will be Septic tank sand & rock Vernon Reddish- Jack Coleman Lorna Reddish Tom Smith _Mac McClelland_

held Friday October 9 at the Starke Call: Lex Jones 2.59-6268 or2752OO4
Golf and Country Club.

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Rescue Responds to Emergencies 24 Hours A Day ,

It can happen within call away at 911. working to ensure the health and
seconds..your child swallows some In recognition of them and their safety of the citizens they serve.
early cleaning fluid, your friend breaks a colleagues throughout the county Bradford County employs five full-
w leg playing football your mother Sept. 20 through Sept. 26 has been time paramedics five part-time
W has trouble breathing... designated National Emergency paramedics and four part-time
Medical Services Week. EMTs. Dr. Peter J. Gianas is
Emergency Medical Service professionals About 13,500 EMS systems employed as EMS Medical Director.
at Bradford County throughout the country provide "We are constantly upgrading the
Rescue are ready to help in such emergency care annually to more professionalism and the availabiltyof
I situations, according to Director than 12 million people. Bradford EMS in Bradford County" said
Cliff Chapman. County's paramedics and EMT's are Director EMS Chapman. "We con-
4 They are on duty 24 hours a day, among almost 600 EMS profes- sider it a privilege to work with and
seven days a week, just a telephone sionals in North Central Florida serve the people here"
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Full-time paramedics Jerral Johnson, Bill O'Neal.vices.. (Not pictured is Nelson Green who Is attending Gilbey'sVodka
I Dan Cuddlngton and Cliff Chapman Director,makeup Har-Mat School II at Florida State College.) Dr. Peter SeagramsSpirit
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I ObituariesMrs. 99 29
Northwestwalkin 6 .

PLACEof 4%

Clara Bruning bara Ann Whitehead Renfro of Liter Liter 4 pack
Mrs. Clara A. Bruning, 77, of Starke; son, Ray H. Renfro, Jr.; BAKER COUNTY FLEA Medical I I 0
Melrose, died Thursday Sept. 17 at daughter Michael Engel of Jackson & AUCTION MARKET : 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGE
her residence in Geneva Springs ville; two brothers, Charles G. Ren Center
Condominiums following a brief ilIness. fro of Gulfport, Miss., and Julian C. Op.n Ttiun.-Sun. 8 om-6 pm Starke -1 mile North of starke on US 301
Renfro, of Winter Park; and four BUYING SELLING TRADINGof OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

,tJ... Born Jan. 6, 1910 in Cincinnati grandchildren.Funeral 1.000' of It.m. PATRICKS PUB & PACKAGE
services held Monday
were Call 259.2048
I J Ohio, Mrs. Bruning moved to DeWitt C. Jones Open Days Week 473-9718
Sept. 21 in Keystone Hgts
Melrose in 1988 from Bradenton, Located on Woodlawn Rd.
where she lived from 1962 to 1986. Chapel with Rev. Jerry Patton of 1 lOOYds North of Sr 100 on HWY21 North
Macclenny. Ft. Next to I-1O
ficiating. Burial was in Crosby Lake
She was a homemaker a
-1 Cemetary with Military Rites at the
member of Keystone Woman's Club -
and the St. Williams Catholic Church graveside. Arrangements were
I of Keystone. She formerly attendedOur handled by Jones Funeral Home of
Lady Queen of Martyrs Catholic Starke.In .
lieu of flowers, contributionsmay
Church in Bradenton
t Survivors include two sons, Hank be made to the Arthritis Foun- .7.924%
Bruning of Lake Geneva and dation, 821 N.E. 21st Ave., Ocala,
Annual Yield r
I Fla. 32670.
Charles Bruning of Chicago; and

five grandchildren. Mrs. Jane A. ScaranoMrs. 7.65%
Mrmorial services were held i
Saturday Sept. 19 in St. Williams Jane A. Scarano, 89, of Compounded Monthly
Catholic Church with Father Tom Keystone Heights, died Sunday OIKIIIIIK$75111)0 or Deji marc"i.il/
Gordon officiating. Arrangementswere Sept. 20 in North Fla. Regional
handled by Jones Funeral Medical Center following an extended -
Home of Keystone Heights. illness.
Born Feb. 1, 1898 in Italy, Mrs. 7.870Annual % t
Scarano moved to Keystone in 1977
Mr. Leslie Cain from St. Petersburg. She was a 'I
I homemaker and a member of St. 7.60% :
Mr. Leslie Edward Cain 70, of Williams Catholic Church. ,
,, Keystone Heights, died Saturday, Survivors include two Compounded. Monthly I
Sept. 19 at his residence following along $'().(XX)74.999 99
I daughters Millie S. Smith of Opening Deposit 1
I illness. Keystone and Mary S. Novicke of /
f Born Apr. 11,1917 in Clay County, "
Bowie, Md.; two sons, Jerry
,, Mr.Cain moved to Keystone Heights Scarano of Olney, Md., and Charles
from Baldwin in 1980. He was a Scarano of Bowie, Md.; 8 grand- 7.817% /
J member of the Brotherhood Railway children and 13 great-grandchildren. J
Annual field
of America, retired Florida
Carmen Funeral mass was held in St.
I' East Coast Railroad worker a Williams Catholic Church Wednesday ', 7.55% 1
r retired contractor and builder and a Sept. 23 with Fr. Tom Gordon
L Navy veteran of World War II. He Compounded. Monthly
officiating. Evening services were $25.MM 49,999 99OWMIMI /
was Baptist. held Tuesday in St. Williams Burial ,;Di;'iMif .
I Survivors include two sisters, was in Memorial Park Cemetery of ,.
r. Mrs. Beatrice Higginbotham of St. Petersburg under the direction of ,, .j'"
Baldwin and Mrs. Vinnie urge Jones Funeral Home of Keystone.In ,
I Jacksonville; two brothers lieu of flowers, her family re 7.763%
A. Cain of Garden City Ga., and An-
quests donations to the building fund Annual'Yield,
drew J. Cain of Lake Geneva; and of St. Williams Catholic Church, P.
many nieces and nephews. held O. Box 721, Keystone Heights, Fla. 7.50% !
Graveside services were
Tuesday Sept. 22 at Mt. Sinai 32656. J Compounded 110/ .000.24 999.99 Monthly fJ
Cemetery near Graham with Rev. Opening" Deposit .'
Paul Haney officiating. Burial was Roland OgdenMr.
under the direction of Jones Funeral
Roland E. Ogden 80, of
Home of Starke. Half Lake '
Jacksonville and Moon 7.710%
near Keystone Heights, died Monday -
Sept. 21 following a lengthy il- ,> Annual Yield I .

Major Ray H. Renfro lness.Survivors include his wife, Carrie; 7.45% I 1 .:..

Major Ray Hornor Renfro Sr., of daughter Judy Bell and granddaughter Compounded. Monthly. .' .
Starke died Tuesday Sept. 15 in Tammy Bell all of 51.(KM 9.999 99 ,I IO""mg
Winter Park Memorial Hospital Jacksonville; brother. Henry Ogdenof DtpoulHoridaPederafe
following an extended illness. White Sands Lake near Keystone; I
Born in Holly Grove, Ark., Major sister Marian Copelin of Jackson-
Renfro moved to Starke eight years ville.
ago from Keystone. He was a Funeral services will be held Friday
: .t Presbyterian and a retired teacher Sept. 25 at Giddens-Griffith 13-MbnthCD. The moi
:, and retired Major with the U.S. Ar- Funeral Home on Park Street in you
World War II and the Jacksonville. Burial will be in
.,1 my Korean Conflict. Evergreen Cemetery N. Main depositthe higher interest climbs.
//I Survivors include his wife Bar- Street Jacksonville. your

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Boaters on Waterways

by Buster Rahn All duly authorized law enforce- I
BCT Staff WriterA ment officers, including, but not (
new law to control boats and limited to, the Bradford County -
boaters on Bradford County canals, sheriff and his duly appointed i
lakes and streams was passed 5-0 representatives, the U.S. Coast t<
Wednesday night Sept. 9 the Guard, the Florida Marine Patrol .
Bradford County Qmmisslon.; and Florida Freshwater Fish and N
Suggested by Commissioner Joe Game Commission, shall have enforcement !
Riddick,the new law was written by powers under provisionsof f
County Attorney Reggie Flynn. the ordinance.As r iii ,
While the ordinance Is all encompassing the ordinance is currently ;ry t w
it specifically addresses anowake" worded, the only areas of enforce- t
zone in canals leading Into ment are the canals leading into the w> l
Santa Fe Lake and Little Santa Fe two Santa Fe lakes, and canals *r _
Lake, which lie in Bradford County, leading into those canals, and the _
Including, but not limited to water waterways of Seminole Ridge,all lying L
ways of Seminole Ridge,a Bradford in Bradford County.A Lr.r
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County subdivision adjacent to San- "no-wake" zone is provided for 1k 4./r 1'f K} v _
ta Fe Lake, near Melrose. in the enforcement area, described "
The ordinance cited as"The Brad above. "No-wake" is described as
ford County Vessel Control and the minimum speed that will main
Water Safety Ordinance," is designed tain the steering control of a vessel.
"to promote safety: in and between The ordinance also provides for
boating, swimming and other the owner of the boat, or an adult
water-related activities within the riding in the boat, to be held respon- r
county." The ordinance allows the sible for allowing a minor to operatea ifs rr
county, "in the interest of safety, toprohibit boat in less than "a careful and '
vessels from operating prudent" manner, or in violation of
within such designated areas and the statute.
may prohibit swimming, water skiing Penalty for conviction of violatingthe
skin diving,and other water activities no-wake law is a fine up to$500, Arson
or any of them, from being or by imprisonment in the county Charged...
and burglary In connection with this fire that caused $50,000 worth of
conducted in such areas. jail not to exceed 60 days,or both. Two Keystone Heights area Juveniles have been charged with arson damage to this house on Immokolee Road Saturday evening.SAW'YER.

Other News.

Free Wash, Dip Donations for the sale are being through Oct. 1 on SR-21, SR-100, will be conducting driver license
for PetsThe accepted now, and will be greatly SR-230, SR-18, SR-16, CR-18, and vehicle inspection check-
Set Sat. appreciated. CR-16, CR-21B, CR-225, CR-125, points during the week of Sept.25 A ,
Bradford Humane Society and Please contact Frank Brown, CR-229, CR-231, CR-227 CR-221 through Oct. 1 on SR-100, SR-121,
Green Acres 4-H Club are providing 964-5183; Maria Stephenson, CR-230 and CR-100A in BradfordCounty. SR-231, SR-241, SR-238, CR-18,
a free wash and dip for pets at 964-5041; or Margaret Ritchie CR-237,CR-229, CR-125,R-231A,
Cooney's Old Glory Feed Store, on 964-4701, for more information or Union CountyThe CR-24A and CR-796A in Union 4 fall Into
SR-100 south Saturday, Sept. 26, pickup of sale items. Florida Highway Patrol County.
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. New members are welcome to
Raffle of a dog cookie jar with meet with The Humane Society the
flower arrangement donated by first Thursday of each month at 7:30:
Bradford Florist will be first prize. p.m. in the Presbyterian Church on WE'LL TRADE!
Second and third prizes will be a bag East Call Street, Starke. SAVI NGS'RESEASON
of food.Chances .
dog FIIP
are 50*or 3 for$1. Dona- Troopers WELL DEAL!

tions are welcome. Proceeds go the Continue License, ALL TIRES MADE IN THE GOOD OLE U.S. of A.
the Humane Society. Vehicle Inspections
The Humane Society will sponsora &_
rummage sale the first two Bradford County'The
weekends of October,Oct. 1,2,and 3, Florida Highway Patrol Radial XL Multi Mile Whitewall
and 8, 9, and 10, starting at 9 a.m. will be conducting driver license PISS 80R-13 . . . . . . '30.OO
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THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD dishwasher mlrrowave.'CHAIN LINK list contact: Barron Strother P. $5,450 w/$15O dn., $63.71 monthly. ....NEW LISTINGS.....
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN FENCE YARD with 2 BR, 1 Bath, conv. O. Box 75S. Troy Alabama 36081. ((904)) 236-4579 days ((904)) 622-2438 LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS PRIVACY, PRICED RIGHT! In Keystone,

CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER located home some appliances *2 205566.1870, 203-735-2442. fcan eves. 2/12 tfnVACATION beautiful! Spanish style/ home;3450 sq. ft., 10 acres, sprinkler system 4 BR,

THE TELEPHONE. HOUSE FOR RENT 1st and last mo rent 87.385 2'/t'' ba, formal LR, fully equipped kitchen, Ig. FR with brick fireplace, patio,
Classified deadline I It TUESDAY. and damage deposit READY TO RESORTS OR pool coiling fans, 2 car garage new roof, toned Agrl., 2 assum. mtgs.,
NOON prior to Thursday publication. MOVE IN: 24x40 ft., 1986 mobile homeon ANIMALS ft PETS RENTALS ALL FOR $135,0001CONSOLIDATED

Classified display deadlln.is TUESDAY. 2.19 acres with assumable mor FOR SALE HOME I OFFICE OR APT Cozy comfortable 2 BR, 2 Bo
5:00 P.M. Classified Florlland Realty 393 N. TempleAve.
: Special display tgage.. COTTAGES Fully furnished. Daily brick, 2424 sq. ft. on 5 acres, intercom, central vac, CHSA. ceiling fans, attic
placement Is NOT Guaranteed. Vernle P. Odom, Broker,
Minimum charge for classified ads I. 94-7700. Itchg 9/24 ROTTWEILER PUPS AKC $275 each. weekly monthly rates. Also mobile fan, fully equipped kitchen enclosed porches, Buck stove, 436 sq. ft.
15 words for $3.50, th.n 15 cents for 2 BR. I BA with 2-car garage. Perfect for Champion bloodline. 9644238. 8/13 home park space for rent and home garage. 616 sq. ft. separate office or apt with '/ bath, 2 sink hookups,
each word thereafter. retired couple. Easy walking distanceto tfnchg for .0 e. MT. VIEW RESORT U.S. 64E storage area, vinyl floors, AC & heat window unit, lots of parking area
new shopping center. 29999. Call 4 BRAHMA BULLS purebred $500 Cash. Highlands Rd., Franklin N.C ((704)) located In Lawtey area.
r MOBILE HOMES 9645606.30 tfn John Reddish 964.6565, alter 5 p.m. 5244605.611 tfnchgWATERFRONT CROSBY LAKE LOT 100 ft. on waters edge $19,800.BE .

FOR SALE PRICE REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE 3 BR,2 9/10.tpd 10/1 THE FIRST IN LINE: Deerwood SID luxurious, brick 3 BR, 3 ba, formal
BA, brick veneer home with fireplaceand SHETLAND PONY and coddle for sole PROPERTY living room, fireplace screened porch, enclosed garage pool, fenced and

U-MOVi ITI 1981 Liberty 14x52 completely garage, on 5 acre. Beautiful $150. Very gentle, 5 year old. landscaped $105.000
reconditioned. Front kitchen, 2 home. United Realty of Stark.. 964-7270 after 5 p.m. Itpd 9/24 .A TOUCH OF CLASS new brick 3 BR, 3 Ba Mimosa Dr., off Bessent Rd.
BR, 1 bath, $2.500.qulty and assume 964-8447 or evenings 4733627. NOW FEMALE DOBERMAN block and tan 2 SAMPSON LAKE ESTATES Lake front Gorgeous, custom drapes throughout, plush carpeting, beautifully designed
$2.000 balance. MUST SELL. 782-3861. $59,500.712 tfnchgGOVE.NMENT yrs. old, obedient, trained. $50. and lake access Lots available from kitchen with everything enclosed garage fireplace with heatllator
TFim HOMES from $1.00 (U 964.6999 alter 6 p.m. 9644164. Itchg $9000. Zoned Res/mobile home. 3 '/ 90000. Have to see to appreciate!

NEW USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy Repair). BUY DIRECT! Repos. tax SEIZED 9/24 miles west of Stark. on beautiful -40 ACRES OFF RD. UE: 1970 slnglewlde double car garage, 2 barns,
Wells at A&W Mobil. Homes, 964.6407 properties. Call TODAY for facts. Sampson Lake ((2000 + acres) Excellent storage trailer 3 wells, farrowing pen all for $78,000. Assumable mortgage
or 964.6408.8/14 tfnrw 1-518-459-3546 Ext. H-3377 (Toll Refundable fishing skiing and booting. of $28.000 at FIVE percent interest.
DOUBLEWIDE, all set in Olin's ). 24 hrs. 9/17 3tpd 10/1 COMMERCIAL PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE 904964.7755
:24 X M up BRICK BUILDING 40x100. on one acre on Morgan Rd. Finish the Inside to
Subdivision. Ready to move into. TWO BEDROOM CABIN with large creek eve-533.2038 Owner/broker 8/13tfnchg suit your needs. $60,0001

$13,800. Financing available. Call frontage manicured lawn, garden ROOM TO ROAM: 4 BR, 2 Bo, story/wood/concrete block 2 barns,
9645606.611 tfnchg space, 19500. Terms Available LAND FOR SALE workshop, all situated on 12 acres. 85000.
2 'DOUBLEWIDE REPO'St Financing GARDEN REALTY CO., P.O. Box 1030 CORNER BUILDING and/or restaurant
UNBELIEVABLE 60 North of Raiford Rd. 229 (Union
: great acres on
available. Call 1-272-0625 collect tfn Robbinsville, N.C. 28771 (704)( ) equipment for lease. Will sell equipment -
2 USED DOUBLEWIDESs Low payments.Low 4796446. fcan 87-382 eperately. Across from Santo Fe 13 ACRES (4V( acre cleared, rest In County), 65x24 doublewlde, 3 barns, 2 septic tanks, 2 wells, 2 pumps SellIng -
down payment. Call 1-272-0650 THREE BEDROOM FRAME house. 4 miles Community College. Best restaurant good timber): 2 BR mobile home used price$75,0001 With$25,000 down payment owner will finance at LOX

collect. tfn South of Stark. at ITT Rayonier's head location In town. 9647188. 8/6 tfnchg a* a rental at entrance of property. Interest
1970 MOBILE HOME for sale: 2700. quarters. Cash price as Is. To be FOR LEASE: 1,000 sq.ft., 301 South next Several money-making pecan tree BENEFITS GALORE 11,364 sq. ft. brick, commercial building, 140 S.
4311050. 8/20 6tchg 10/1 removed from site within 90 days. to United Really 964-8848, 964-8447 around mobile home. $28,000 You Thompson St. This property Is In the Enterprise Zone which offers jobs

HOMES OF MERITS 4 BR, 2 Ba deluxe, low 964-7962 work hours, 964-5871 home or eves, 473.3627.16 tfnchg Finance Call for oppt. 964-6305 day or credit tax credit, sales tax exemptions, redevelopment trust fund.
down payment. 11.49% at hours. 9/24 2tpd 10/1 BY OWNER: 1100 sq. ft. building excellent 964-6493 after 6 p.m. TFlo ENJOY A LOVELY SUNSET on Sampson Lake: Large high and dry lot dock
$259/month. UNCLE ROY'S MOBILE THREE FRAME HOUSES for sale: One 4 business location Days call LOT IN CITY $6,000. Call 964-5764; after 1985 doublewlde. 3 BR, 2 Bo fireplace, deck facing lake. side.
HOMES 904.351.8514.9/104ichg 10/1 BR one 3 BR, and one 1 BR. Need 964-7024 or eve call 485-1316. 9/17 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn -COMME.CIAL.: .... -

BRIGADIER 3 BR. 2 Bo, den, 11.49 at repairs All three $95,000. Located at 2tchg 9/24 44 ACRES with 2 BR house or will divide 301 N: 1,5 acres, MH hook-up 2 bldgs, 240'on 301, great value $ 37,000
Deluxe UN- 315 N. Walnut 9648404. 9/24 3tchg Into 10 acre or more tracts.964-7771 or
$279/month. throughout. 964.4537.5/14 301 N: by Econo Lodge 165.01'on 301 $120,000
CLE ROY'S MOBILE HOMES, 10/8 LOSTFOUNDLOST TFchg 301 N: approximately ISO'x approx.220' $125,000
THREE BEDROOM HOMEi 1 bath Home Lots.
904.35I-851".9/10..tchg 10/1 1 Ac. and 301 N: Dairy Queen Building lease option? $ 93,000
LIBERTY 3 BR, 2 Ba, 14x80, low down aluminum siding fireplace, separate up off Morgan Rd.. just 4 3015:193'301 $ 85,000
11.49% at $169/month. UN- garage. Nice yard with big trees. Call BLACK CHOW: around the area of miles south of entrance. EZ Terms. : frontage
payment 262.5..105' $ 91,500
CLE ROY'S MOBILE HOMES, 9645169. Itpd 924YARD West Market Street, Starke. Reward. Ralph Bryan Realty 964-620S. Itchg 301 and Washington Street
904-35I.85I".9/10..tchg 10/1 964-4704 after 6 p.m. Itchg 9/24 9/24 301 5: 270 ft. on 301, approx. 2 acres.

19M CLOSE OUT:5% down easy credit, MOBILE HOME LOTS: one acre and up. .....ACREAGE....
3 and 2 bedrooms. Full warranty as low Several locations. Some with hookups RD. 100 EAST: 1.37 acres, wooded and platted $ 7,000
as $139 month. UNCLE ROY'S MOBILE SALES all with EZ.terms. Ralph BryonRealty 105th AVE., LAWTEY: 2 V acres cleared $ 8,000
V64-620B.. 9/24
HOMES 904.351.8514.9/104tchg 10/1 HAMPTON 438 acres. This property has everything $438.000

REPO'S Assume payments, double and MOVING SALE Saturday Sept. 27 LAWTEY: 5 acres, 105th Ave.. good Investment $ 13.000
single wldes. As low as $139month.Free 9o.m.-4 p.m. Carpet, stove, curtains, RD 100 E:12: acres plus fish pond wide open spaces $ 26,000
credit check UNCLE ROY'S room air conditioners ((28,000 BTU ... 964-8931 1454: 3BR, Ibo, like new, con. FLUME RD.' 9 acres joins Country Club. Condos?Time Share? $ 49,000SR

MOBILE HOMES 9043518514. 9/10 4.000 BTU), kitchen items, much more. < venlently located. 26000. 16WEST: approx.7 acres $ 13.000
4tchg 101UNFURNISHED MUST SELL 11 Residence 240 Prison D 473-3096 OKLAWAHA RIVER:3 beautiful acres, river frontage $ 15,000
1453: Brick home, 5 acres,
: 40 ft.. 2 Bedroom grounds, C199 off SR 16. Itchg 9/24 PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.: 20.16 acres, 3 wells,
$1.000. %4.7498.9/24 TF YARD SALE: Miscellaneous items Electric Melrose area. septic tanks, 2 poles, owner finance- $ 50.000Or
FACTORY DIRECT Fleetwood homes lawn mower $25. Much more STROUT REALTY 1396: 20 acres zoned mobileIncorporated will split each $ 27.000
old wholesale In Jacksonville at FAC- Eunice Nursery 3 mi. North of Lawtey. finance location $ 82,332
home park, 2 bedroom home. BROWNLEE RD.: 36.43 acres, owner great
TORY OUTLET 9800 Normandy Blvd. I
Itpd 924GIGANTIC BAYLESS HWY: 50 acres, frame home S egg farm
1375 small mobile I 2
open 7 days, 783.4607.9/24 TF GARAGE SALE Frl & Sat., tic Real Estate Broker : pork plus Owner finance, "eggs-actly"what you need $250.000
HIGH AND DRYl wooded 1 acre lots with Oct. 2.3 In Brooker across from Post rental homes, 4 acres.
doublewlde. Fully developed just southof Office. Furniture stoves, full .....HOMES....
gas 838 N. Temple Ave. 1374: Day care business
Orange Pork on 21. No money downon household Items, clothes, etc. 9/24 STARKE: Bright, airy, 1240 Blanding St., Mint condition newly
land. 5% down on home. Payments 2tpd 10/1 (U.S. Hwy. 301)) capacity. remodeled Immediate occupancy 1720 sq. ft.,

vary. Call Bill, 2720650. 9/24 '2tchg 4 FAMILY YARD SALE Plants, baby Starke, FL 32091. We Have Rentals CH8A. 4 8R, 2 Ba great room, fenced
10/1 Items, misc. Items. Children and adult Both Residential & Commercial" extra closets, tool shed ? < $ 44.000 |
BEAUTIFUL 2lxBOi Doublewide 2128 sq. clothing. Much more. 1124 N. Thompson KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: Townhouse Geneva Springs, 2,265.q. ft.,

4 ft. of quality home. Set up and St. Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sept. 24-26 .. 3 BR,3 Ba, 2 car garage&2 spaces, 90% financing $ 84,000
delivered on your site. Only 8-6 p.m. 'Itpd 9/24 EDWARDS LOOP: 3 BR, 2 Ba, 1 acre, let's go country $ 62,000
$475/month. Also have land available. .
ALVAREZ COURT: 2 BR. 1 Ba, landlord off your payroll $ 20,000
Call Bill. 272.0650.9/24 2tchg 10/1
LAKE BUTLER:4 BR, 2 Ba,90 yearsfmemories $ 26,000
Accelerated Realtyt0 FRANCIS ST.: 3 BR. 1 Ba, CB. privacy fence In back $ 33,000
ORANGE AND PRATT:2/1 frame handyman's dream $ 25,000
f HILDA W. ALLEN IB BROOKER: 3/2 brick and from. Shady Oaks S/D extra lot $ .....000

Sale Associate aria MENG DAIRY RD.: 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB CH/A, so near $ 40,000
Office (912)) 436-2733 964-4544 CROSBY LAKE CANAL: 2 BR. 1 Ba, CHI A, frame $ 41,000
September --Voldoito...., Co.
t Res. ((912)244-2187 Rd-X Garden iNun.ry 1520 s. Walnut St. Pauline Randolph After Hours 964.6323

Farm 29-Camllle Equipment Cent.rSeptember Ga. [@] (Hwy.Starke 301, FL S.) [REALTOR LJ:! John Anne Randy Longford Terwlllegar Cory Master Nelson Appraiser 473-7S41 496-2291 475.2597

Wayne E. Douglas MSA
Designated Appraiser

1216 DAWSON RD.;SUITE 102/ALBANY,QA 31707 / Homes/ Lots J Acreage/ Waterfront

/ Farms ./" Commercial

| SPACE PLACE 3BR/3BA Brick, Formal Living & Dining Rooms

Family Room w/Flreplace, Swimming Pool Screened
Porch w/BBQ Grill, Guest Houae w/Bath VA Assumable Mortgage
on 4 Nice Lots.
BIKINI LIVING 3BR/2BA Block Large Living Area, Fireplace II. '
7 IMV ar w/Buck Stove, Family Room, CH/A. Utility Room Kidney Shaped t
h" Swimming Pool. All on 41 Acres of Pasture, Farming & Wooded
Areas, Fenced & Cross fenced 32x36 Cypress bam.
j OWNER FINANCING 4BR/2BA. CHI A.New Carpet. Recently 964-4522
Remodeled, Has 1 BR/BA Apartment w/Separate Entrance, on 5 STARKE. FL
I Acres. r .
'I 0 | White Cedar Home, 6BR. 3BA. Formal nLWtn am&1Dinng Rooms,

I Recreation Room Utility room Large Front & Back porches.
PRICE REDUCED 3BR/2BA Block, 1,577 S/F AC CH, Family ,
Room Stove& Refrl Double Carport Large Enclosed Porch, 2 ,
Large Lots. : i

A LITTLE MORE ROOM 2BRI lBA Frame, Stave & Refrl. __._.____
Susan M. Faulkner GRI, CAB PRESIDENT Dishwasher. Celling fans Large Screened Porch, 22x30 ft. Barn 3.9 ,
Acres. ,
T9.9l F lfJ.L PY; 19{ CRYSTAL LAKE HOUESTTES 1.416 S/F Living Area In this
3BR/2BA Block home CHI A. Drapes & carpet. Large Lat Lake t
Located Hwy.301-2 Blks S.SR.100, 221 W. Lafayette Street QUIET AND PEACEFUL 3BR/2BA Block Large Living Room. SPECIAL '

Family Room CH/A. Range, Refit & Dishwasher, 1,831JS/F, Well & OWNER TRANSFERRED Beautiful country estate designed with privacy In mind.

CROSBY LAKE ESTATES 3 BR. 2 bo, 2 story block/wood home on 1 acre. Septic 1 Acre This custom 2 story log home Includes 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and many amenities
.WELL KEPT HOME on nice lot. Close to shopping. Large forage building. Mobile Home w/Covered patios and Carport Well & Septic, Bearing Including a 22x40 pool all on 5.87 acres. Call for private showing.
*IN RAIFORDi Older home on nice lot. Need repair Blueberry Plants and Pecan Trees 6.92 Acres. .

.CRYSTAL LAKE Large stucco 8 cedar home 90 on water, many extra. BA. Living Room Dining/Kitchen combo Central Heat Nice Lot I BEAUTIFUL BRICK 4/2. CHSA, fireplace, energy efficient, on 3 acre In Starke.
*2 BEDROOM FRAME HOUSE town 18500. Close To School. I
.SAMPSON LAKE SHORES 15' easement to lake. 12x60 MH with 10x10 build- OLD FASHIONED FRAMELAWTEY 4BR/IBA. Large $85.000. Additional acreage available.
I the best
LEASE WITH OPTION TO BUYs Exceptional brick ham. in absolutely
on. Living Room Dining Room & Kitchen, City Water & Septic
location. 3 BR, 2 Ba, over 1.600 sq.ft. living area, double garage CH4A 120'x300lot
*1.44 ACRES clo.'o Starke with 12x60 MH. Extra large Lot.DOUBLEWIDE.
'I city water K sewer. $70.500.IN .
W/SPLTT FLOOR PLAN Like New THE BEST AREA On Bessent Road lovely 3 BR, 3 Bat rote dining room,
3BR/2BA. Great Room w/FIreplace and Cathedral Celling,
double amenities, 5 acres, 110000.
w"' .71 ACRES wooded land. $1600 per acre, will divide. garage many on
.THREE BEDROOM ba from. home. CHaVA. garage $32,900. Range & Dishwasher CH/A. Workshop, 2.7 Acres. .fOR THE GOLFER: Country Club, over 1'/ acres, 3/2, all brick, sunken living

f *FRAME A BRICK 2 story home on 37 acre 4 BR, 21/ ba, large. HANDYMAN SPECIAL 2-Story, 3BR. 2BA. Large Living room fireplace, ceiling to floor windows, many extra 79500.
t' wDOUBUWIOI mobile home on one acre. Dining Area w/Flreplace. Well & Septic City water Available. IMMACULATE 4/2 IN STARK CH4A, 2 car carport, 100x100 lot. 53000.

1.i wUVI IN ONf-Rent out the other. Brkk duplex Immaculate. .TWO CB HOMES side by side CHIBA, $43.000 each.
w3 BR. IVt B.,claM to Marketplace. Great for retired couple or young family. SELECTED PROPERTIES FRAME HOME on North Church St. Immaculate. Only 28600.

j w MARKET ROAD 3 BR, 1 Ba, home with many extra. Immaculate. PRICE REDUCED 3/1 CB. CH4A, In Starke, owner financed, 36000.
"RID. ZONING 2 Bldg.. now rented. Good Income. WALK TO EVERYTHING 3/1 frame, nice lot. 23500.
.LAURA U.i 3 BR, 2 Ba, concrete block, starter home. Priced In $:w.. 10 ACRES Pecan Grove,Metal Bam.Well A Sep c.2 Power Poles,Fenced. ."PERSONALITY"HOUSE on shaded corner lot. Detached garage with shop. Move

I 1 ACRE Hwy 100 W.Zoned for Mobile Home. right In. Reduced to $23.000.

J Commercial 8 Residential Rental Available! 2 CITY LOTS Northeast Section .OUT OF STARXE

10 Acre- 13th Street,NB,Pacers Grove.
WEEKEND RETREAT: 75 ft. on Hart lake with 3 BR MH, QUA. 30000.
LAKE GENEVA Large lot-on the w.led! unavailable !
HISTORIC BEAUTY 2 story, 3/2 CH4A. craftsmanship today
'I >'> Call one of our Professionally trained 105.2 ACRES-Nonheut Alachua County. KEYSTONE Hlghrldge Estates, 3/2 mobile home, 30000.

f 10 ACRES-South day County,Residential-Agricultural. .REDUCED ".000 FOR QUICK SALE: Raiford Area, Brick 3/2 65000.
staff at
today : '
LAKE LOTS-Crocby A Sampan Lakes Owner Financing. HAMPTON LAKE. _
2.16 It 4JS ACRES Neu Graham -Zoned for mobile hornet.
964-5069 ALMOST NEW CONTEMPORARY Immaculate 75 ft. lake front. $108.000.
CITY LOTS -On HW). 16 W.2 block from 301. BRICK HOME with many extra. 75 ft. of white sandy beach. Only $87,000.

.! or after hours call: LARGE AREA OF LAND-Northeast Section of City. TWO STORY 3 BR, 2 Ba. CHA, dock boathouse 115000.
HWY 301 SOUTH.5 Acre near Etrlton Beach 210 ft.on Hwy. For A Complete List Of Our PropertiesCall

REALTOR ASSOCIATES EVENINGS HWY 301 SOUTH 2 Separate Parceli.Good buiineii location Our OfficeWe

I Irene L. Faulkner-964.5142 rn COMM.O BLDG.TOaR A jjs ON. is 000 fAL SF gtAT6 rfini,0.mfuamMAU Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties

Lucille( Spry 964-8420 YOU NEXT STOP AT ACCCUKATED.

, -C Bobby Biggs 964-7331 REALTOR : -- .< . ,





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ALONE TOGETHER!Call Storksmost BRINGING PEOPLE 1972 condition.MERCEDES 9644238.250t 9/3 3900.TFchg Excellent MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low as CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted :3 FAMILY YARD SALE Sat., Sept. 26, WANTED Evenings ft Weekends.Apply I II I
to the
dating service line 1977. All respected 1983 MERCURY MARQUIS ISs vinyl $14.99 per month. Call 96<4.6946. tfn tics In Lake Region Monitor of. Corner of Jasmine ft Orange Streets ((2 at Whorton's Food Mart between
In- PLATES writing paid In advance
ages Aluminum.
eluding senior leather Interior, premium sound unless credit blocks behind motorcrost track). Kids 10 a.m. 2 p.m. Monday through Friday
citizen Is
Measures 24x36".
29 cents each. Great already establishedwith
clothes ft household SR 21 ft 100.
elec. Items.
18006484401. 4/2 Hn system seat, excellent for patching and this oHlce.MONITOR toys Itpd
REPRESENT AMERICAN INTERCULTURAL transportation $4,995. Can be financed repair TELEGRAPH 9/24 HELP WANTED Veterinary Assistant. ,
135 W. Call St. STAFF
9646305. CANNOT
STUDENT EXCHANGE Flexible See at 135 W. Call St., or call John ALICIA HAY RESPONSIBLE FOR BE HELD RUMMAGE SALE Fri. Sept. 29, 9 a.m. exciting and satisfying opportunity to
time port 964-6305. TF new hay $25. Delivery MISTAKES IN 5 p.m. 645 Highland Ave., 2 work with animal and people. 7:30:
position, supervise Scandinavian available. All hay In barn. 7 miles West CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
European. South American and 1977 CUSTOM VAN loaded. Also 20 ft. of Starke on Rd. 16, Jimmy Gasklns. THE TELEPHONE. Toyostovei, rowing machine, plants.Itpd a.m. 3:30 p.m. weekdays. Duties Include .
loaded. $3600 for both. 9/24 kennel care and animal health
Australian camper
high school Classified
students. For exchange 964-8661. 9/17 2tchg 9/24 9648356. 8/27 TFchg deadline I I. 11:00 a.m. priorto 2 FAMILY GARAGE SALE Sat., Sept. 26, care. Apply In person. Keystone
more Information call CALTRONICSt Thursday
Located publication.
next to Trailer 9 a.m. 5 3 mi. 352 toBrlghtwal.r Animal
1979 GRAND PRIX SJt condition p.m. on Height Hospital. 473-4966.
1800SIBLING. fcan very good Minimum
87-386 Sales on 301 South 9648212. Reconditioned charge I I. 13 words for$3.50
Dr., to 6954 Gatorbon.Rd.
TURN CAT INTOII) I Need 10 overweight 9/24, $2400 OBO. 9644358. 9/17 2tchg color TVs starting at $99.93 to then 15 cents for each word thereafter Itchg 9/24 go EARN tfnchg EXCELLENT MONEY In home
people, no matter how that
big want $164.93, both portables and consoles.
to lose weight and make New 1985 FORD ESCORT station wagon: one work done assembly work.Jewelry toys C others.FT .
money. Repair at reasonable
medical breakthrough. Port or full owner air, standard shift new tires, 9/3 4tchg 9/24 rates. HOMES a PT avail. CALL TODAY!
time. ((303)) 7790937. Icon 87.380 exc. gas mileage, clean and exc. con GAS STOVE 36 Inch $75. 964-5684.9/24 1-51B.4S9-3546 (Toll-refundable) DEPT
dition. Asking $4500. See anytime In TF PERSONAL SERVICES LAKE SANTA FE HOUSE- newly remodeled B3339A 24 HRS. 3tpd 9/24-10/8

BUSINESS Brooker across the street from the YAMAHA SILVER CORNET AM/FM radio 2BR, 1 1'kBA, beautiful with lake FAITH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH needs
Post Office. 9/17 2tchg 9/24 phonograph console. 9646499. 9/17 PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile access In Melrose 79000. 4753352. two mature Christians who love
OPPORTUNITIES 1965 FORD TRUCKt 390 engine, excellent 2tchg 92"LlMEROCK. homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free 4tchg 9/3.9/24 chlldr.n and hove experience In childcare
condition. $1500. Call Dave, after S FILL SANDi hauled and ..lImot... Call Rob 4733590. 3/5 BRICK HOME FOR SALE 2,000 sq. ft., to manage our nursery program
1000 SUNBEDS. TONING TABLES. Sunal- p.m., 964.7357, apt. 107.9/17 2tchg spread. 782-3172 Allen Taylor tfnchg 3BR. 3BA, eat In kitchen dlnlng-llvlng- during Sunday School and Church. If Interested
WOLFF Tanning Beds, SlenderQuest 9/24 Lawtey. 9/24 TF LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. family w/flreplace, 2 car gorage-poo(- contact Mrs. Probyn at
1972 DODGE VAN has built-in bed In Call The Lawn Barber walk to school-many extras Reducedto between 8 1
Passive Exercisers. Call for FREE color PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: responsibleparty 4733590. Free 475-1721 a.m. to p.m.
seat. Good condition. 318 automatic. Estimates. 3/5 89500. Call 4734400. Itpd 9/24 108CHAMBLBtTS
catalogue. Save to 50% to assume small month paymentson tfnchg Monday thru Thursday. 9/17 4tchg
18002286292. fcan 87-387 $750. 468-1831. 9/24 4tchg 10/15 piano. See locally. Call manager CARPET CLEANING C S B Carpet ft MOBILE HOME FOR SALE S/W mobile .
SNACK VENDINGi Hottest machine In 1981 CHEVY CITATION 4 speed 2 door 618-234-1306 anytime. 9/24 3tpd 10/8 Upholstery, truck mounted, deep home, :lBR, I I'/i BA on Deer Spring
years. Retire In 10 years. Unbelievablereturn hatchback good condition. 9644464. ORGAN FOR SALE Assume small mon- steam extraction. 4737770. Free Lake deck, carport new utility shed.
possible 3 to 6 months. No Itchg 9/24 thly payment on a beautiful 1987 electric estimates. 7/30-10/15 $24,000. 4752252. Itpd 9/24
com 1972 FORD TRUCK 4 wheel drive, needs 1987 FLEETWOOD MOBILE HOMETRANSPORT
D/W, 3/2 CH/A
petition. Work 1 day per month. 50 organ with all modern accessories.Can HOMI IMPROVEMENT, repairs, additions
secured locations. $8.000 to $20.000 In some work. Mak.offer.964-4358.9/24 be seen locally. Call Manager, or complete building. 30 yearsexperience 100X150 lot, 2 porches, storage bldg.
2tchg 10/1 deep well, $26.900, NEAR
9047858364." Keystone.
vestment. 2tpd 10/1 serving Bradford and
1-800-542-8111 ext. 7. Icon Clay
87-383 1986 CHEVY BLAZER Blue 5-10, 4 speed, GIRLS BEDROOM FURNITURE Adorable Counties. 473-4018. 5/28 tin 4737404. Itpd 9/24

OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL or shoe air, AM/FM Stereo w/equallzer, tinted style, looks like dollhouse. Thr. FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging?
store, choose from: Jean/sportswear windows, 4 cyl. Pay oil balance$10,347 chests/dresser double bed mat House out of level?? LoRue Leveling FOR RENT ,Movwa
ladles apparel men's, childrenmaternity or take over payments. Can be seen at tress/box spring guard rail 1 set of service for all your foundation repairs,
large sizes, petite, Gator Freightways during day or call sheets. All for $250. 964.7271 or964.4319.Itchg 473-7721. 7/9 tfnchg MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 2BR, 1 BA on 6 THROUGHOUT
964-7111 after 5 p.m. Itchg 9/24 9/24 COMPLETE acre. $245 4732730. SOUTHEAST
dancewear/aeroblc, bridal, lingerie oracc.s.orle. HOME REPAIR carpentry, per mo. 2tchg
1986 BUICK ,
store. Add color analysis. SOMERSET Beautiful, load. KITCHEN TABLE with four chairs, dark painting, electrical, plumbing. 9/17-9/24 COMPLETE
Brands: Liz Claiborn., Gasoline, ed. Has extended warranty. Assume mapl. $75. Call 9644684. Itchg 9/24 Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor, MOBILE HOME FOR RENT beautiful TEAR DOWN
Healtex Levi, Lee, Camp Beverly Hills, payments, 9645940. Itchg 9/24 NINE BEEHIVES with new queens. Best RB0049306. Call Mitch, 4733940. 8/20 carpeted 2BR 2BA. lakefront, swim SETUPSMAUBtflCS
St Michele, Chaus, Outback Red, 1978 CADILLAC Coupe de Ville: Blue offer. 964-7910. 9/24 4tchg 10/15 TFchg and fish, patio near KH. 4734186.
Genesis, Forenza Organically Grown with white leather interior $1750. DOLLS I DOLLS) DOLLS I with crochet 2tchg 9/17.9/24 1371.12121 .
Over 2000 others. Or $13.99 one price 9645139. 9/24 2tpd 10/1 dresses and art supplies from $15 up. MISCELLANEOUSPACK MOBILE HOME FOR RENT Lake Geneva .DO R WORK
designer multi! tier pricing discount or Eunice Nursery 782-3465, 3 miles N. of 473-7566 and 4737810. 2tpd 9/17-9/24 INSURED
BOATSBOORUM Lawtey. Itpd 9/24 MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 2BR furnished tea.a
family shoe star Retails
prices RAT Buy. sell and trade collect) with Melrosearea.
porch ,
on on. acre
unbelievable for quality shoes normally GRAPES U-Plcki Open dally 7 a.m. to 7 ble Item and antiques. Used furniture, $165 plus deposit. 16846634. t
priced from $19 to $80. Over 250 JET BOAT 18 ft.. 460 C.I. Ford p.m. Lilly Vineyard. Florahom.on Coral glasswa'e, jewelry and much more. 2tchg 9/17-9/24
brands, 2600 styles, $14,800 to $26,900: engine with chrome "goodies", drive- Farms Road 6592121. 8/20 6tchg Come Inc for yourself. One mile east MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 2BR CH/AC FOR RENT
Inventory training, fixtures, grand trailer. Extra 9/24
on sharp. Lt. of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. screened fenced r
opening, airfare, etc. Can open 15 blue/metalflake. MUST SELL. Reducedto ALICIA HAY Fresh cut $25 a roll. All 4732183. 3/5 tfnchg schools and porch downtown yard, near NO 1200 Sq. Ft. Bldg.
days. Mr. Loughlin ((612)) 8886555. Itpd $4.500--Make offer) 7823660. TFjm hay under barn. 7 miles from Stark.on BROWN'S FLOORING CARPET AND PETS. After 6 will sell.Keystone.475-5022.
9/24 18 Ft. HOBIE CAT: Sailboat, multi color Hwy. 16 toward prison. 96<4.6167 or VINYL SALES AND SERVICE Installations Itpd 924MOBILE p.m. Ideal for Repair Shop

sails, white hulls, trailer and sail box. 7823727. 6/4tfn and repair. All work guaranteedand HOME FOR RENT 2BR. 1BA, $200 per monthAt
Like new. very fast. 2500. 4732435. CRAGAR SS WHEELS Four 15x7 Cragar priced to save
you money. fenced-ln furnished. Private
SCHOOLSSEMI yard area of
Itpd 9/24 SS Wheels with Goodyear P225/70RI5 4737933. 8tpd 8/27.10/15
Eagle GT tires. Steve Thomas, 473-4260 9/24-10/1- $270. 475-5664 after 6 p.m. 2tchg Motley Tire Co.
after 6 p-.m. Itchg 9/17 LAKE PROPERTY WANTED
DRIVER TRAINING! Earn Big Bucks- approximately NEWLY REDECORATED HOUSE 2BR.carp.ted .
On US 301 South
WANTED antenna with /
acre lake
Drive Big Trucks. DOT certification.Local powerbooster on skiing/fishing In
tiled bathroom ft kltch.n.n.w ,
and national lob ploc.menassistance. t and 10 ft. pole and 100 ft. of Keystone area. Write Rt. 3, Box 1768 4732919. See Lynn atLynn'
wire for $30. Also Kenmore appliances 4tchg
washer 1 Starke, Fla. 32091 with directions and
Correspondenceresidenttraining. WANTED: HOUSE OR LAND In Starke I 9/24-10/15
year old $100. 315 N. Walnut St., price. 9/17 4to| 10/8 Body Shopor
Eligible Institution for financial have a beautiful 4 BR home with pool In Stark. Itpd 917R.V.s HOUSE FOR RENT 2BR 1/BA Fla.
aid. Guaranteed Student loans Gainesville. Will consider trading room kitchen furnished 4732919. call McDougall
Call 18002828165. United Truck home or buying outright. 3711128. 4tchg 9/24-10/15
Master Resident Training: Tampa, Fla. 9/17 41pe110/8 CAMPERS CARS 1-904-786-89891
Home Office: Clearwater Fla. Icon RENTAL PROPERTY WANTED: regardlessof TRAVEL TRAILERS PETS
87-389 condition. Call 9644910. 9/24 4tpd 1986 DODGE COLT $6.000 neg.
10/15 964-5743 work; 473-7095 home.
FREE TO GOOD HOME boxer type,
1971 MARAUDER 28 ft. travel trailer Itchg 9/24 golden brown S white, good with
needs a little work. $1250 OBO. 1911 DODGE ARIES WAGON AC children. 475-2174 Itpd 9/24. ''MOWING, TRIMMING HEDGING
964-4358. 9/17 2tchg 9/24 stereo, looks ft runs good, dependable ALL SIZE YARDS
At Nafi transportation $1500. 4733321. Itchg

We buy. Call Dale or Paul at Austin
LOST neutered male German WATSON'S lAWN SERVICE
..' .. TO DRINK Motors. 4732720. Itpd 9/24 Shepherd
NAILS lAWN 'SERVICE THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS mix. Goldheod Stat. Park area. Family
WANT TO STOPTTHAT'S 1977 DODGE CAMPER VAN Self contained pet. 473-7069. 21 pd 917924.
: with stand up shower. Many ex
Mowing Bushhog Work Alcoholics OURS tras. Excellent condition. $5,500. Reasonable Rates

Disking .Stump Removal 44l50964219pd Anonymous 4737989. 2tchg 9/24-10/1 Regular Upkeep

All Types of Jobs-Large or Small thru 10/2 Free Estimates
PalatkaFI.32077 904-325-1275 CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free FOR SALE
Quality Work
estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co.
Itchg e/24 Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559 tfn ARTICLES FOR SALE large goldfish. .BANKREPOS
HANDYMAN carpentry painting electrical Sears 7.5 hp boot motor lawnmowerwith
complete home repair. bagger motorcycle helmet, men's 1 Call 485-1255
Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor size 9 roller skates, 15" truck tires Ask for Clay
RB0049306 Call Mitch. 4733940. 1/9tfn TERRA "73.<1229. 4tchg 9/17.10/8
cleaned, oiled and adjusted $15. Used party to assume small monthly 1985 Redmon
700 Bradford Court in Starke sewing machines for sale James payments on piano. See locally. Call
Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy Manager at 618-234-1306 anytime. Doublewide
16. Starke, 9648733. 3/19 tfn 3tchg 9/17-10/1 '86 Isuzu Space Cab
OPEN HOUSE LAWN SERVICE for residential and com POOL TABLE Brunswick, regulationsize Mobile Home.
mercial. Reasonable rat. Free used for occasional residentialuse Excellent Condition. $6600.
estimates. 9644238. 7/16 tfnchg only. Excellent condition balls ft
SATURDAY, 1 to 4 p.m. COMPLETE HOME REPAIR) carpentry 9/24 sticks Includ.d $275. 4737776. Itchg e 1984 Brigadier '86 Chevy C-10 Silverado

m painting electrical, plumbing.Reasonable FOR SALE Twenty 55 gal. drums freshly Single Wide $9950.

Rental applications will be acaptod for now ono i. RB00493O6. Call rates.Mitch Licensed, 4733940.contractor 8/20 9/24 painted. Make offer. 473-7535. Itchg Mobile Home. '86 Mercury Lynx Wagon

and two bedroom apartments on Saturday. Sept. 26' TFchgDO FOR SALE Snap-on 3/4 socket set A Excellent Condition. $39SO.
In October 1987. YOU NEED TO WORK puller 2 lacks, 3 sledge hammers,
for Initial occupancy of cost of child care? I am Financing Available for '
high torch other tools. 473-3727. Call after 85 Olds 88 (RWD)
Rent from $220 per month plus eutllltl.s. Christian woman that want to help. 4pm. Itpd 9/24 Qualified Applicants.

Located at 700 Bradford Call 7823462. 9/10 TF FOR SALE-ice* Cream Taylor Soft-Serve- e All Bids will be consldered. $7500.

Court In Stark. For rental Information ALTERNATIVE for children newborn TO NURSERY/DAY to two. 24 hr.CARE loving $750. 4734270. Itchg 9/24 '85 Nissan Sentra wagon

call 813-443-3251 E.H.O. home care. References available. If Interested, call $5950.
:. Call Connie 964-4812 between .
eo.1 $45/week. BUSINESS
8.11 a.m. Monday-Friday. 9/17 FOR SALE 964-705O, Ext. 233 '85 Chevy C-10 Silverado

EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY 2tchg 924WINDOW TINTING car or home. LOUNGE ft PACKAGE STORE building For Appointment to See. (LWB) $8950.
plus 11/4 acres of commercial land.
9644758. 9/174tchg 10/8 4734270. Itchg 9/24 '85 Chevy C-10 Silverado
tree work done. Over 7 yrs. ex I: (SWB) $8950.
STARKE HOUSING CENTER"This perience. 9644288. 9/17 2tpd 9/24 I '
WILL BABYSIT In my home, Monday- 85 Toyota King Cab
Weeks Special" Friday. 7:30.5:30.: : ALL AGES. Have TIFFIN & OWENS, INC. $6550.

'85 14x60 $300. down $166. mo. yard references., hot lunches Nice,new snacks home, and and learning large Lie. Real Estate Broker '84 Pontiac Trans Am

2BR Singlewide $300. down $136. mo. program. 9644735. 9/17 2tchg 9/24 964-5065 Train to be at $3950.
LET GEORGE DO ITI)I George's Remodeling
24x60 3BR/2BA Doublewide $500. down $216. mo. and Handyman Service. Carpentry '80 Celica
electrical plumbing. tile, home _LET US
repairs. Bath and kitchen remodeling, 1S.rl $2500.
Big Selection of Reconditioned Mobile HomesAll general maintenance. No |ob too RENT AND MANAGE '
rat... All work 78 Dodge Omni $1500.
small low hourly
Mobile Homes Include: Delivery Set-Up Tax Tills Home Owners InsuranceLocated YOUR RESIDENTIALOR

on US 301 -1 Mile S. of Starke LAWN guaranteed.MAINTENANCE 964.6359.9/2"mowing 2tpd, edgingand 10/1 COMMERCIAL rain lucr an live iy uii airline um computers.part time. '74 Toyota Celica $950.i .

964-4174 trimming. Coll Wayne, 964-6131. Horns fUidjr sod raldtnl raining. i ORIAN WELLS
9/24 3tchg 10/8 PROPERTIES Financial aid available Job I
planmint aiablanc*.National Chevy Olds

headquarters,LIghlhouM Point,FL Used Car DepartmentHWY.

.-...-...--------_ _. A.C.T.Travel School I
D 0 0 0 301 N. Starke.
Elixson Wood Products Inc. j ACCREDITED MEMBER N.M.8.C.

ALL FREE ESTIMATES AND :13 1tfl 964-75OO = 4j]

TYPES of (374-1443 or home: 48S-JS56) ROOFING REPAIRS Cypress Mulch and Pine Bark

You Pickup or W0 Deliver
6 120 E. University Ave. 376-9999

We Also Have Gainesville Florida

David Lawson Paint & Body Shop Lumber

Red Heart Cypress
Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates
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CK 229 NW 28th St. 964.6133 ?? _e '1' ... '646619 e __ == Please present coupon towards purchase of any 2 dinners.

--. Good thru Sept. 30. 1987

Complete dinners from $7.95

__. FOR SALE }. PINE FOREST APARTMENTS Home of the "Singing Waiters"

Fill Dirt. TopSoil .2 and 3 BR Aptf. Now Available Entertainment nightly. Dancing and special drink

_> 2 BR from $180-9274 plus utllltU 3 BR from $200-$302 prices In the Casey Jones Lounge.

Large Small Loads of Limerock Central! heat/air and appliance fomUhed New Menu Item: "SWAMP PLATTER"
or 1530 West Madison St. or call ...-6312
features: catfish cooter. froglegs gatortail.
Work BackhoeBulldozer. I 9 5 Equal Housing Opportunity
Tractor .: Monday-Friday, a.m. to p.m. | hushpupples & cheesegrlts.

96461829645823 964.6095

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Page' BSECTION September, 1887

"-- Schaefer Wins .,em. '',

I' : National 40 & 8 Ii I

Sfarke . County. Fund Awards

Charles Schaefer, past commander

_. _. of American Legion Poet 56.
- I '- received an award at the NationalConvention ,

society,The 40&I,held Sept. 17-19 in

Omaha, Nebraska.

Pin.s Care C.nt.r. 3-11 charg. nurse, DRIVING) Must have high school': to the Union County Times office DELI COOKS now taking applications Florida won first place for raising

tull-tim. PRN. LPN'i n..d.d. EOE. diploma and six. years driving ex In writing and paid In advance alto experienced tire $14,113 from the sale of Star pins and
Phon 9646220. Exp.rl.nc.d need only perience. Apply to Millard Brown unless credit Is already establishedwith repairer and oil changer. Apply at office patchesthe largest amount contributed
to apply. 2/12 tfn Bradford-Union Area Vo Tech Center, this office. of: Brown's Inc., Slat Road by state. Florida
THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 121&18, Worthington Springs Phone any won
EXPERIENCED CARPET SEAMS for 609 N. Orang. Street Stark.. Fla. the championship plaque for the !
doublwlds. Call 7823003.820: TFchg 32091. ((904)) 964.6150.9/11 2tchg 9/24 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 496-2161. tfnchrg9/3
largest contribution, of
looking for RN. with
THE TELEPHONE. machine operators. Offer 2 weeks paid membership, for second con-
good kill* offering fI..lbl.l hour and
PRN scheduling Call Upjohn FOR RENT Classified deadline Is TUESDAY. vacation Insurance plan 3 paid secutive year.Schaefer .
Healthcare Services, Inc., Stark NOON prior to Thursday publication. holidays and profit sharing. Experience national director for the !
964-8772. 9/17 4tchg 10/8 Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50, helpful but not necessary. W* will sale of Star pins and patches, was
RESIDENT MANAGE. Matur.couple for RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 p.r month then 15 cents for each word thereafter. train. Apply In person, Lake Butler Appar.l. credited with collecting $15,925.50.This l
44 rental and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker- tin813BULLDOZER was the 18th consecutive year' R
unit In Stark
property Owner at 964-5069 964-4048 TF COMMERCIAL that Schaefer has
Knowledge of light bookkeeping or PROPERTY OPERATORS some experience been in charge of
C 4 C MINI STORAGE 301 South
beneficial. Maintenance experience Hwy. RENTLEASEOFFICE necessary. Call 496-2098 the program in Florida.
required. Salary plus apartment and 9648848.611 tfnchg 9/3-4tpd-9/24 Funds from the sale of pins and
utilities. S.nd return to Southwlnd OFFICE ON 301 Contact Ron Denmarkat THE TOWN OF RAIFORD IS TAKING APPLICATIONS patches go toward supporting the

Management P.O. Box 10293 Clearwater 964-5516. 6/25 tfn AND WAREHOUSE SPACE FOR THE POSITION OF Hinson's Disease Center at Carville
Fl 34617, EOE. 9/I7TF MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 50 ft. 2 BR.. Located In Union County Times CLERK. Resumes must be received by La. Hinson's disease which was

WOMAN TO DO WORK at small motel, furnished AC awning, $225/month building. Call for Information. October 13 Send to Box 357 Raiford.Fl. formerly called leprosy, affects only
to do rooms and g.n.rol housekeep 964-7498. 9/24 TF 4962261.: tfn. 32083. 9/17 4tchg. 10/8 the ten percent of the world's
1100 SQ. FT. BUILDING good location RN Full Time 3 to 11 P.M. shift. Monday
ing. Have your own room. 964-7164. population that is susceptible to the
for business. 964-7024 eves LAND FOR SALE
Days or through Friday. Ed Fraser Memorial
Itchg 924R.N.'si disease. Hinson's is named in honorof
DAYS ONLY Every other w..k 485.1316.9/11 2tchg 9/24 Hospital, Mocclenny, Fl. Contact Kay the doctor who discovered sulfa
ROOMS FOR RENT Efficiency low rant
DON. Call 259-3151 Ext.
Dowllng ,
end off. W. Frank Wells Nursing Home, clean roach. No or 1-3-5 ACRE LOTS OR LARGER New River drugs as a means of treating the non-
quiet no pets 215. I Itchg. 9/24
Macclenny Fla. Contact Kay Dowling, children. 964-5687. Plantation on SR-100 Pine Tree Estateson communicable disease.
Retired working.
or RNs Days only. Every other weekend off
259-3151 etc 21S. Itchg 9/24 SR-18 near WS Pine Tree Estates onUS The Forty-and-Eight
9/17 TFMOBILE W. Frank Wells Horn, Mac society
TRACTOR TRAILER DRIVERS If you're al HOME FOR RENT 60 ft., 2 BR -301 near Starke. Low down payment clenny, Fl. Contact Kay Dowling at established a magazine, "The Star' Schaefer
least 23 with a good driving record and owner financing. Hale and
for the sole of educating
unfurnished $200/month. 964-7498 259-3151. Ext. 215. Itchg. 924FOR purpose
work history with no mar than 2 mov. 9/24 TF *..nclates 496.3939 tfnchrq 9/3 people around the world concerning

ing violations In 3 years, then Pool. 2 13 BEDROOM HOUSE $250 and $350 Hinson's disease. It is now son's. The disease is not contagious.
Truck Line Is for Drivers with !lest FOR SALE RENT
you. Call 964-5377 after 5:30: p.m.9/112tchg distributed In 153 countries aroundthe Schaefer expresses appreciationto
than 12 months the road .
over experience
9/24 world. all Floridians who have supportedthe
will be
considered Pool.
Driver Train. Apply In as a Pool. FURNISHED EFFICIENCY apartment part STORAGE HOUSES Need extra. storage CO'S CHECK US OUTI! Clean rental The hospital in Carville now has Star program during the 19 yearshe

Truck Line, 2241 Detroit person.Blvd. Pensacola of utilities furnished. Adults only. No space? We have 5x10 and 10x10 mini homes tailored to your pay schedule. some 350 patients afflicted with one has headed up the program in this
9645970. 9/11"tchg 10/8 warehouses. Hale and Associates PINES SR121, south of SR100 In
Fla. 904-477-6481 pets |lust of the seven different forms of Hin- state.
TWO BEDROOM. 1 bath CH/A carpet 4963939. tfnchrg-8/27 Lake Butler Call 496.2.1AC. tfn/cha.
18002255000. EOE. fcan 87-388

9/172tpd9/24 FREEZER Call 496-2090. 9/17 2tchg. located in Union County Times Building
MOBILE HOME IN WALDOl quiet location 9/24 at 150 West Main. Call 4962261. for Course Offered
$6,000/mo. USA/ovarsas Transcon city water $200 per month. Flr.t.la.t WANTED! RESPONSIBLE PARTY to more Information. Ifn
tinental. 800.255-8365. f... fcan 87-384 plus deposit. No pets. 468-1509. assum small monthly payments on CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN I Nicely furnished
9/17 2tchg 924UNFURNISHED piano. See locally. Call manager at all electric, central heat and
a Trained Imag.Consultant helping 1 bedroom house. 833 W.Madl.on 1(618)234-1306( ) anytime 9/17 Stchg air private paved road laundry and For Older DriversThe
St., no pets, lease. 964-8404. park playground. Near schools, hasp.,
ladles In correct wardrobe and LAKE BUTLER Reduced for quick sal*. 3
9/17 4tchg 10/8 tote facilities PINES SR-121 I east Lok.8utl.r. *
cosmetic colors. Leads furnished BR. 2 BA, CHSA Large lot, only $41,500
FOUR BEDROOM unfurnished house, Call 4962366. Two childrenmax.
Limited seminar space. Jollne 38000. Mathews Realty 964.4469. American Association of older and are certified by AARP.
$350/month. No las. 315 N. ., and 5/21
pets no chg/tfn
1-800-531-5314. ext. 3090. fcan 87-381 2/5tfn pets Retired Persons (HARP), the nations Contact Jim Garrett at 1-332-2805
Walnut St., 961.8404.9/17 4tchg 10/8 BUSINESS OR OFFICE SPACE available an
R.N. FULL TIME 3.11 largest organization for information for
shift serving to the
or register
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 45 ft.. 2 BR., CARS/TRUCKS Main Street IB, phone 496-0077. tfn-8/6
Ed Fraser Memorial 50 and older has
Friday. Hospital, people developed 55 course.
AC furnished $200/month. 964-7498 TWO BEDROOM 1 both apartment furnished
Macclenny, Fl. Contact Kay Dowling, 9/24 TF Total electric $170 month Alive/Mature Driving, a program The comprehensive curriculum is

D.O N.. 259-3151. ext.. .-215. Itcha 9/24 FOUR BEDROOM 2 bath house, CH/A, 19" MONTE CARLO Cruise, tilt olr plus $100 deposit. Call per 4960077. which addresses the needs and con tailored specifically to the needs of

STYLIST NEEDED! Experience and follow appliances furnished. 371-6316 after 5 AM/FM cosiette. low milage, excellent tfn/chg. 9/24 cerns of older drivers and deals with motorists 50 and older. It was found

ing preferred 9646777. Itchg 9/24 p.m. or 377-8500. ext.. 2679 from 8,4.IS: condition. $4,500. Call MOBILE HOME Two bedrrom near the physical changes accompanyingaging. that older drivers need a classroom
p.m. 9/17 2tpd 9/24 4963993. 9/17 2tchg. 9/24 schools, furnished or unfurnished nice course that emphasizes normal age-
GAS DELIVERY PERSON Experienced TWO BEDROOM HOME In town furnished 1911 CAMARO Extra Sharp black red neighborhood. No pets Call 4963760. This program has helped related physical changes declining
bulk LP gas delivery for the Stark. or unfurnished 964-8704 after 5 interior Priced to sell. Call 4963737. Itchq 9/24 thousands of older Americans improve perceptive skills and compensating
ar.a. Apply at Griff Gas. 1511 NW weekdays or anytime weekends. Itchg tfn/chg. 9/24 their driving skills. techniques for dealing with them.
2nd St.. Gainesville. 9/24 TF 9/24 1978 CHEV. VAN Reasonable Call PERSONAL SERVICESNEED The 55 Alive/Mature Driving Older drivers also review rules of

DEPUTY CLERK POSITION OPEN) Must be MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 60 ft.. 2 BR, 496.2952.9/242tpd. 101MOVING course will be offered in Gainesvilleat the road, local driving problems and

able to type and meet other re- furnished AC awning $250/month. HOUSEKEEPING DONE? Lake the Florida Farm Bureau accident prevention measures.On .

quirements. Please apply at the Job 964.7498.9/24 TF SALE Butler Starke Area. Good references.Call Building September 29 and 30, from July 23, a Presidential Citationwas
Service of Florida Office at 609 N. THREE BEDROOM mobile horn. 2 bath
Cathy at 4963028 9/24 2lchg. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. There are acres of awarded to this program at the
Orange St., Stark. Fla. Itchg 9/24 on on. acre of land. Central air and parking but pre-registration is Presidential Symposium on Private

REAL ESTATE LICENSING only $195. Call heat. OH 301 South. $275/month $100 FURNITURE TABLE SAW TOOLS DISC, MOBILE HOMES essential as class is limited to 30. Sector Initiative at the White House.

17554040. North Florida Real Estate security. 964.4090.9/24 2tpd 10/1 clothing 21/2 miles East of Lake Butleron The course, which has a $7 registration Currently, a number of Insurance
TWO BEDROOM, 1 bath house. 612 Lake FOR SALE
College. 7/30tfn SRIOO. Itcha 9/24 fee, consists of two 4-hour sessions companies provide premium reductions -
Street $275. Call 964-6359 In
EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN salary or 101FURNISHED p.m. MOVING SALE! Sat., 9/27:9: a.m.-.. p.m. and is taught by volunteer instructors to graduates of the 55

commission you can decide what you 1 BR apartment Adults only. Carpet stove, curtains, room air conditioners 12 x 65' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom 1 who are themselves 50 or Alive/Mature Driving course.
make. Send resume to SALESWOMAN Clean and quiet Houck Apartments, 28,000 BTU and 4 000 BTU. kitchen 1/2 bath central heat and air. Must

P.O. Drawer A, Stark. Fla. 32091. 830 N. Temple Ave., Starke. Itchg 9/24 Items, much more. MUST SEU11 I see to appreciate 6000. Call
8/20 TFchgHOMEMAKERSI Residence 240 Prison Grounds, C199 496-0071. tfn/chg, 3/19
TWO BEDROOM 2 bath living room, I
t I Kids In school? Need off SR 16. Itchg 9/24 1986 14x70. DEROSE mobile home, 3 Awards: & Recognition
f. dining room, family.jgom.garage, ." .. ._. 00__ ",'".' ... .
extra cash? Free kit and supplies.Home $325 month. 812 Cypress St., 964-6718 bedroom 2 bath all electric 'c ntral "
of Lloyd. Call Iris at 964-2O30 or after 5 p.m. Itpd 9/24 LOSTFOUNDTERRIER a/c and heat $14,200. Call 496-2098. {

see In person at lot A-29 Waldo Flu ONE TRAILER SPACE for rent: Call 9/3.4tpd-9/24 Cpl. Lloyd CurtisOn military courtesy, military justice,
Market. 8/27 TFchg 9647895. Itpd 9/24 SEVERAL TWO BEDROOM mobile homes first aid, and Army history and
RIG CB HOME on 2.4 acres In the coun WITH S LARGE BLACK SPOTS ON. for sale' or rent. Also lots for sale. Hole Duty in Calif. traditions.
try. 473-2157 or 4681168. Itchg 9/24 LEFT SIDE, bobtail. Believe Stol.n.Sland.up and Associates 496.3939. tfnchrg 9/3 Marine Lance Cpl. Lloyd K. Cur

TWO BEDROOM mobile home located on ears, spayed no .tag. Blind. MOBILE HOME FOR SALE Repossed No tis, son of Gordon D. and Cheryl A. Pfc. Handley Touring
and deaf. Answers to .
name 'Wiggles"
Grlffls and Down Payment Owner financed. Call Curtis of Melrose
Loop privacy trees. recently reportedfor Western Pacific
$50 REWARD Call 7520497. 9/24
468-2374 prior to noon. Itchg 9/24 496-3713. Slds Mobil Horn Park. duty with 1st Marine Division,
2tfr/2tchg. 10/15 Marine Pfc. James D.
I Itpd. 9/24 Handley,
RobertsReal TRAILER IN COUNTRY! 2 BR furnished CampPendleton, Ca.
of of
James D.
AC newly remodeled. Nice yard 1 WATER PUMPS A 1983 graduate of Keystone High son Handley
Estate child, 245 and deposit. 964-6714. 9/24 NSURANCE School,Cpl.Curtis joined the Marine Keystone Heights, recently departedfor
a six month deployment to the
.0/1 -
2tpd WATER PUMPS WATER PUMPS WATER Corps in April, 1984.
j .986 N. Temple Ave THREE BEDROOM! living room dining PUMPS MAINES INSURANCE. AGENCY 25 E, western Pacific with Marine Fighter

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964-6262 pumps.
(904)) _.' 9645940. 9/24 4tchg 10/15 Gould. and Sta-Rit. pumps. Call Dor- Pvt. Robert Tirko first Marine Hornet aircraft

TWO BEDROOM 1 both corner man Well and Septic Tanks, Inc. 9/24 Basic squadron to do so.
Washington and St. Clair. Unfurnished, 4t/chg. 10/15 SEPTIC TANK SERVICE Completes The squadron will replace Marine
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2-bedroom slnglwlde. Call 964.8748.Itchg Sue A. Alexander of Keystone make the deployment. The squadron
tanks, drain
I w/fireplace, CH/A, Barn & 9/24 TANK SERVICE Septic has basic training
fields, lift stations. light poles and Heights, completed will visit such places as Iwakuni,
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_thinking. Itchg. 9/24 instruction in drill and ceremonies, School, Pfc. Handley joined the ',

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Lawtey Man ArrestedFor reported his actions in front of a con- Clara Yvonne Lee, 34, of Lawtey
Starke BurglaryA venience store. was arrested Sept. 19 on a capias
Richard Wayne Mikell was arrested "cuarging grandtheft, according to'
28-year-old Lawtey man has at 8:31: p.m.and charged with Investigator David Aderholt. Bond
been charged in the burglary of a four counts of exposure of sexual was set at$10,000. She was releasedon APPRECIATIONs
Starke business. organ,according to Patrolman K.R. her own recognizance.James .
Thomas Alvin Padgett was arrested Hinds Jr The four witness saidMikeli
Sept.23 and charged with the exposed himself as they pull- C. Allen, 27, of Starke was
July burglary of Sonny's BarBQueon ed up to the convenience store in arrested Sept. 20( for battery, accor-
US-301 in Starke,according to Investigator Starke. ding to Lt.John Dempsey.Bond was
David Aderholt.An Bond was set at$500 on each of the set at $1,000, he was released on his
investigation of the burglary counts, Mikell was released on his own recognizance.James .
resulted in the arrest of Padgett, own recognizance.
who allegedly broke into the storage Wilson Marchant, 20, was
area of the restaurant taking contents arrested on a capais charging bat-
valued at several thousand tery Sept. 17, according to Deputy
dollars said Aderholt. Guard Caught Doug York. Bond was set at$500, he -.- --r: ; ;" ,

Padgett was released on his own With MarijuanaA was released on his own .. "
recognizance with bond set at$10,000 recognizance. .
for charges of burglary and grand year-old correctional officer
theft. was arrested Monday after mari- Samuel Pokie Hankerson, 29, of O
juana was found in his possession Starke was arrested Sept. is on I I I I a

Man Who Fled Jail during a search. capias charging retail theft, accor- _
Under investigation for several ding to Investigator Aderholt. Bond
Back In CustodyThe weeks according to prison officials, was set at$101.25 he was releasedon KM!aa an
the officer was observed taking his own recognizance.,
Starke man who ran from the marijuana from his private vehicle
Bradford County Courthouse last and then entering Florida State Michael Renard Davis, 24, of
week,apparently to avoid being sent Prison. Lawtey was arrested Sept. IS for aggravated -
to jail, was found hiding in the closetof Mark Frederick Sager of Lake City battery, according to
a house in Starke Friday after was arrested Sept.21 and chargedwith Deputy York.Bond.was set at$5,000, Financing"Available 10nIy-InStock
noon. introduction of contraband intoa he was released on his own
Carlton Covington's bond was state prison, according to Deputy recognizance.
revoked Sept. 14 in circuit court Doug York.
after a former girlfriend testified he Sager was released on his own VCR
had threatened to kill her if she recognizance with bond set at$1,000. Sharp $ 00
didn't drop grand theft charges
against him. 259
While bring taken to the holdingcell Traffic
Horse Killed Remote Control
I from the courtroom Covingtonran Samuel Doyle Moody, 41, of Lake
from the building escaping Near Roping ClubA Butler was arrested Sept. 19 for driv-
from the parking lot in a vehicle. ing under influence, according to 14 Day Timer 2 Event
horse running from the Brad- He released -
Sept. 18 an anonymous tip led Investigators Trooper Calvin Pace. was
David Aderholt. Don ford Roping Club area north on after a $362.50 surety bond was
and US-301 was struck and killed Sept. 12
Denton Lt. Glen Moore to a posted.
house on McMahon Street, which at 9:17 p.m.According.
belongs to a friend of Covington. to Trooper D. C. Shawn Daren Nettles, 21, of Televisions l
Covington was arrested on a war- Roberts, the horse ran into the pathof Hawthorne was arrested Sept. 20 on Purchase
rant for escape with bond set at a 1977 Dodge van driven by a capias charging no tag, failure to
$25,000. fie remains in custody.A Donald Wilder. 44, of Jacksonville. appear for no valid driver's license, ',, a Sony : ...I'' t
Damage to the van as $2,000. There according to Deputy Eugene Lee.
short time after Covington's arrest and Get
were no other injuries listed in the Bond was set at $101.25 on each
the owner the apartment filed -
accident he released on his own
report. charge was
a charge of burglary against Cow recognizance., 75
ington who, the owner said,enteredthe ro n
residence without permission, Curtis Mack,25, of South Carolinawas
according to Investigator Aderholt. arrested Sept. 18 for driving 20% FREEMovies

Recent ArrestsIn while license suspended, accordingto
Man Exposes Himself, Bradford Lt. William Tillotson. Bond was Off
CountyThe w
Gets ArrestedA set at $101.25. Mack, wanted in S. C.
following arrests were made on a charge of grand theft-auto,was All 'R I
24-year-old Starke man was arrested by local authorities in Bradford released to St. Petersburg's From

Sept. 19 after witnesses County.FundRaiser authorities to face charges there. MusicalInstruments *9.00per ,r. .. ., ,

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From rage 5S an even higher priority on obtainingnew majority of adults at the center.
100-Watts Channel!
from the program. space in which to work and ad- "The program works with the per
Success stories abound. You have minister the variety of projects 'most-a bled' clients who have the Features Wireless Remote Control!
only to visit the clients and staff which are going on constantly at the potential to get a job in the outside
members to notice. facility.To community,' Larimer said. "The "l. With 100-watt(( per channel powei this new Fisher audio
"Some of the clients who come the clients one of the biggest goal Is to place them in a job in the system delivers the music of your favorite artists with a
here have been in institutions where positive aspects of the facility is the community and also to include powerful, clear sound And, you can enjoy listening to
there was no creative output at all, warm relationships they form with followup supervision. Responsesfrom them on a dual cassette deck, turntable and digital
and it stifled their mental growth," the staffers, who obviously take a the employers have been very AM/FM/ receivec A IWunction! wireless remote control
Larimer said."It's a completely dif- real, ongoing personal interest in positive so far, some of them saying
convenient command of the components |
ferent situation here and the their welfare and progress.The that our workers are some of the gives you
changes in personality are dramatic firm but easy-going attitude of best they have ever had." -- a nutont-designed cabinet.displays them with a hand-
after they arrive and began workingand the staffers make for a friendly atmosphere Workers at the center are con- i some look. You can also create your own audio/video
socializing with fellow workerson at the center, an atmosphere stantly in productive motion, mak- system by adding an optional Fisher stereo television!
a normal basis. The people here which encourages them to ing about 400 wooden pallets and a
in this community should be proud of progress. variety of other products each day : I::
the progress they have made. We "Our goal" Larimer said, "is to and using power saws, aircompress-
want it to continue and that's whywe have each client here reach their ed nailers and all the tools you might $69900Reg.
need help with our expansion pro- highest possible potential and attempt find in a professional workshop. :
ject." to live as close to a normal life "We have never had a serious accident ;
Sunshine Industries provide voca- as possible.All of the training here is here," Larimer said.
tional training, daily living skills (a geared to the client becoming more "Employers who have visited us and
vital, but often overlooked part of and more able to improve his skills the workshop have been amazed at 10O Watt
the program) and a productive wage and learn new things each month to the good work habits of our clients." 0 FISHER System
earning Job to clients attending the eventually be able to live and work The facility needs the
program. on their own with minimal community's help to grow in order to
Through the principals of "Nor- assistance." serve the needs of local clients. The M69.95Sale
Fisher "Hi-Fi to Go" System
malization", staffers emphasize activities Workers at the center make a new building program has a goal of
and programs to enable the variety of items, one of the most $176,000 which staffers hope can be $119Fun
handicapped person to become as popular currently being a beautiful, reached soon. Members of the with Built-in Equalizer ,
productive and as independent as heavy duty cutting board which association are distributing
possible. The ultimate goal always customers have been snapping up. membership and contribution formsin
throughout the program is to return The Sunshine Industries Voca- hope of reaching that goal. and versatile! This Fisher portable ,
the client to living and working independently tional Rehabilitation program, or "E i rum. is welcome to visit us high fidelity sysiem goes right along _
in the community.At community placement program, at any time and we hope they will wherever you want! A built-in AM/FM 11 T
the present time there are over currently has three clients, who decide to help in our goal," Larimer stereo tuner and power-mechanized _
55 clients attending the program an have graduated from the work activity said. cassette deck section provide your : 4 e .'
increase over last year, which puts program, which serves the
favorite music through the great-sounding
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) combat experience in Vietnam nuclear or biological wars.
ladsded tbe raolenttlroaa Gl an asset military commanders know Another mission which can be justas a
livid War U era port hospital foun- the value of full well. important is to be prepared lr Il
t'aiq' wbieh Y mow located still at its Military pilots are continually fullfill its state mission-the protec-
slCtaal--.at the entrance way to bated by their guardsmen counter- tion of life and property in times of ,.
the_ 1dI.. parts in "real-life" dogfight and natural disaster or civil unrest. ....
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famtluti and spacious in its interioraad estimates again by virtue of their thousands of calls to action in timesof w"--" ::. :;11:' wr .MY9r.
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.w. .1We4 experience, providing quick ::- :' tl ,
cfimate controls,..completed highly skilled group of pilots in the humanitarian relief for disaster vic ,'" a ? r '
fin January 1984 at.cost$1.747.101 world a fact that surely must make tims and security in domestic distur- ;-:, I -, .', ." rI" .. <
vnH foadtng provided Jointly to*the potential adversaries realize they bances.In :" :;. 1.'.". I.' J' ,",',.,\'.,, .. \.li'r';>r'" '(" ., '
Tea ... to* federal goverment.benefits have little chance against them in a addition, they have served in 'r": : "'\ '''' /"" ? :"''''i'i'' .; ....
...:u- project SDtnGlf conflict every war this country has been in }. '. : to the local communities In Camp Blanding in the past six since the 17th century. The impor- "! { .
the area were significant, and the years has been characterized by a tant part of today's Guard is the t
cwiriiiurrf growth in the number of high growth level with a new ar volunteer concept men and women
cuts traunng at the facility has mory completed in 1985 and new personnel who give up part of their civilian ..._ !
arid: lpect. expanding the staff each lives to train and prepare for every $
lee guard bas a special impact year. eventuality and challenge they may
bore 0 Bradford and Clay Counties> The recent celebration of the 350th be called on to face.
where guardsmen employed by the
Florida National Guard work" and
Iran at the sprawling Camp Blan-
ihn facility ea Kmgstey Lake.
Guardsmen...their families pay
local add state taxes,raise Jam ,
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attend: : the acnoob and help make the f B'-r tfd"'Go: :< :''g'cuiif"i1'SU';

ceaiiBsauty prcsencex stronger with their ;(I\o.: .." .:',:. J>.,,,,:, .; w.o, .' . :.': ,

The surge of growth which "put US 301 SOUTH. Above Bradford Florist
Star**en the map"occured during
World War U when the military GOWNS New and Used Rentals
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of Defense "Cap" Weinberger In a For FREE presentation: .mA.VA-...,.

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taef3.t"leered their families and has
with manpower levels in historical significance as well. WELLS CHEVY OLDS
Ck ftIibiuferns; stretched at less On Dec. 13 in 1636. three militia '
than! vital levels in some areas of the regiments were created in the I;
world tbr guard and fs proud force English settlements of the USED CAR DEPT. HWY301 N.
ft tetecvns are a vital part of U.S. Massachusetts Bay Colony.
otrfctary eocomaaders long rangeffaunMig These early "citizen soldiers" 964-7500 StarkeAI
and would Jn fact be called were armed with pikes arquebuses,
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