Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 1, 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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.! H'STORYBradford
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Outside... Two S.ctlont SINCE 1879

and mild weather Is in store for the weekend SECTION At 12 Po8. &
Mostly sunny and Hard N.w.. . . . . I-3A <
next week to WPXE radio in Starke.
early according The forecastis Editorial Pog.. . .. . ..4A
clearing Wednesday night, with a low near 60, sunny and mild
Thursday, with a nigh near 82, fair and cooler Thursday with Th. Social Se.n..I.'

lows near 55 to 58 on Friday morning. The weekend low Public Sport... . . . . ,10-llA .ti QP ,
will be in the mid to SO's and
temperatures upper highs near 80. *(* 1 ra
Mostly fair and mild weather will prevail into next week, with only \..- (..0'(11' \ .t
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isolated tnundrshowers in late afternoons and
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Only trace of rain and ,
a was reported early
the afternoon. Wednesday morning Murder. . . . . . 3B\ "\'<:; ")0 ,
into Rainfall for the month, through Sept. 30, has Area Daaths. . . . . SB *l \ ,)ft- \..i0 .
and been: Santa Fe tower tower, 4.44 3.62 inches inches.; New River Tower, 6.72 Inches, Now .....*. . . . ..1.12'Clo..ed ,\ \ ,-.) \..\,.- The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven J
Highlands rainfall for
30-year average . . '
Ad.. . -,0. 108th Year STARKE FLORIDA
September is 5.48 inches. \.. 25 Cents Copy
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WorthotinBClass Downtown Project Something to be Proud of, Mayor Says ill

.r __ Interest centered around the The Telegraph and Bill Bessent, a that old eyesore," he said, referring ing grant could be applied for in Thompson Street- said everybody in
more-than-a centuryold: Rosenberg Starke attorney, and both membersof to the former 1902 courthouse which February, Matthewlsaid. her building would like to see the
of '87... building at Thompson and Call the Bradford Board of Historical was restored and now houses the Matthews pointed out the brick Rosenberg Building go. Ms. Herres
Streets at a workshop on what has Trustees. Starke Center of Santa Fe Community walls of the Rosenberg building are said six parking spaces have been
If you have not picked up your been deleted from Starke's Matthews noted he had support at College. "Everybody agrees now 15 inches thick, that the second floor lost in front of her building by the
prom glasses or memory books downtown revitalization project the meeting in form of several it's a great addition to the is solid. He presented architecturaland decorative bubbles being con-
from the 1987 prom, please pick Tuesday night, Sept. 29. historical board trustees "...just to downtown," Matthews noted, referr- engineering reports to the coun- structed. She requested angle park-
them up by Oct. 16. Six people, including Mayor Ver- let you know it's not entirely one- ing to the old courthouse. cil that the building is safe, ing be estblished on Thompson
Any left after Oct. 16 will be sold non Silcox, were of the opinion the sided." He said the entire board was restorable, and not in danger of fall- Street so more cars can park there.
oon a first come basis. See Coach historic Rosenberg Building shouldbe in favor of seeking a grant to obtain Mayor Silcox pointed out the city ing down. The Rosenberg Building is an an-
Slater, Room 501, BHS. torn down for more parking or fora restoration funds.Opposition commission has not voted, as a Jim Dins, owner of Starke Shoe chor in the downtown, said attorney
city park. Asking for time to seek to restoring the historic body, to extend the life of the Repair, said the building should Bill Bessent, and should be saved.
Band Boosters... funds to restore the building for use building...seems to strike a note of Rosenberg building. Matthews come down. Downtown commercial operators
The Bradford High Band as a county museum and other com- nostalgia," said Matthews. "People replied, "All we ask is to be" given an Mrs. Naomi Herres, owner of ,
to seek
funds. A
Boosters are to meet tonight munity uses were E.L. Matthews of used to ask why we wanted to save opportunity plann- Merle Norman Cosmetics on S. (See Downtown..P.3A) I

(Thursday, Oct. 1) at 7:30: p.m. in I II
the band room.

Gator Boosters...
Reno Protests I
The Starke Gator QuarterbackClub
is set to meet tonight (Thurs-
day, Oct. 1) at the Starke Golf & ll
Country Club. U(

Social hour: 6:30 p.m. Covered
dish dinner and meeting at 7 p.m.A MH MixtureTo
member of the Gator coaching Y
staff will be the guest speaker.

Flu Shots...

Influenza vaccinations are being l Zoning Bd. 1

offered each Friday afternoon from + ,
1-4 p.m. Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23 by the
Bradford County Health Depart-

ment, 329 N. Church St., Starke. .A T ,p- Reno residents poured cold wateron mobile home in some places than
The flu vaccine is offered to those the city Zoning Department's proposal what is there now. ,
persons with chronic disorders con- to reclassify most of the nor- Zoning Board Member AI Crosby '1
sidered to be at risk for influenza- .r theast Starke area RID, which said he has no great problem with
related complications, and to other- allows mobile homes and permanent reclassifying one, 5, or 40 acres for
wise healthy persons 65 years of residences to be mixed in the same mobile homes, if it is in compliancewith f
age or older. Employees of the location. the land use plan. But, Crosby
Police and Fire Departments and Public hearings,the next one is set said, "To allow mobile homes on a 50
providers of care to high risk per- 3 October 20 before the City Commis- foot lot is just a disgrace to me. If f
sons in the home setting can also Yf'l'eathers sion, are being held on the proposal you're going to improve the quality i
receive influenza immunization.Cost to change from the current R1C of life you need a little breathingroom.
: $5. classification, which allows mobile ." Crosby referred to the !
For further information, call the homes, and from R1A, areas minimum 50 front footage requiredin
Health Dept., 964-7732. restricted to permanent homes, to the minimum 7,500 square foot lot.
RID, which allows a mixture. Crosby moved to recommend to
Humane Society... the city commission to hold a
told the
Realtor Ralph Bryan to the fur-
workshop study proposal
Rummage Sale: Oct. 1,2,3 and Board 24 he can-
r Starke Zoning Sept.
} ther before taking action. It'stoo
Oct. 8,9,10 behind Andrews Drug i not use his property in the Reno area
all RID
large area zone ,
9 an
Store. Donations needed. Call classified.
as it currently is
said Zoning Board Member Warney
964-5041 964-5183 9644701.
or Mary McCloud and Ruby Elaine Adkinson, who seconded'Cro by's

Blood Pressure... f a'; Lee spoke against the proposal for motion. Zoning Board Member
Ji I an RID classification. "We don't Claire Capps suggested a joint 1
Bradford Hospital will be offeringfree want any more mobile homes in workshop with the city commission .. ,
blood pressure screenings to + there." said Ms. McCloud Reno on the Reno rezoning proposal. The ) '
the public Tuesday, Oct 6, from 1.3'' resident. "It Just doesn't look good," zoning board agreed with Chairman L'
said Ms. Lee. Walt Westcott's suggestion to meet
p.m.The screenings will be held in the Lillie Mae Hood, another Reno Oct. 20 with the city commission to 11
lobby of the new hospital. resident, said she'd rather see a further discuss the problem.

Fire Fund Raiser...

A chicken pilau dinner is set aw ry Commercial '
from 1-6 p.m. Saturday Oct. 10, at Zoning
the New River Volunteer Fire 'I
Department to raise money to buy

new equipment. Request Viewed Dimly I
The New River Vol. FD is locatedon
SR-235, just off SR-100 right

before the New River Bridge westof Same song, second verse. The Orange Streets reclassified com
Starke. Cost: $3.Homecoming. Starke Zoning Board voted 6-0 mercial. "
against changing the west side of It was the second time the An- .

Orange Street, across from Winn- drews have sought the Orange Street j.
Reunion... Dixie, from residential (R1A) to rezoning from the Zoning Board.

The Class of 1961 of Bradford light commercial (B2) at its Sept. 24 They.were previously turned down
by the Zoning Board and withdrewthe
School is of Bradford. meeting.
High sponsoring a Spirit ..
homecoming reunion for all Guy and Tommy Andrews,ownersof application before it reached the
graduates in classes 1956 through The BHS band, 98 strong, performs on Bradford Belco Enterprises, want the com- city commission.
1965 at the Starke Golf & Country Field. mercial classification for a string of Residents in the area again opposed -
Club immediately following the Percussionists, above are ( -) drummers Jennifer retail shops planned for Orange extension of the commerical area
homecoming game Friday, Oct. 23. Dodge and Kevin Blankenship, with cymbalist LLP Street, between Madison and any further west. Jess Sandburg an
Nancy Wilson. Danielle Smith plays the xylophone Lafayette Streets. The zoning board industrial arts instructor in the Focal
as majorette captain Rosalyn Taylor performs in also rejected 6-0 the application of school system who lives at 631 W.
background. Drum major Kern Flllyaw( right, leads v George Huggins to rezone his property
Safety... the band. on the corner of Lafayette and (See Commercial..p.2A

A hunter education and safety ,
class is being offered starting Oct.

6 James by certified class of Keystone would instructor run Heights.The four Charlie.nights, Set for 9.5 % Average Salary Increase I IA l

Oct. 6 and 8, 12 and 14, plus time on ,.
the and a test. For more Information -
range call 473-4924. tentative one-year salary agree- health insurance. The premium will coming into Bradford County can br- If the sales tax on services is superintendent would assist a
ment giving Bradford school be slightly over $1,000, so teachers ing in up to 10 years of Florida repealed it is estimated the Brad- teacher when assaulted by a stu j
Meals for Seniors... teachers an average 9.5 percent pay will have to pay the remainder, teaching experience for placement ford school district would lose dent.A.
increase with raises ranging from which is about $15 per month, or on the salary schedule. Out of state '$600,000 of its current funding, the task force composed of
Bradford residents 60 years of $1,700 to $2,600 has been reached by $11.50 after taxes. The board is put- teaching experience will get a same amount as the teacher raise. If teachers and administrators will be
age and older may be eligible to bargaining agents for the school ting up $147 more than last year. teacher only $100 per year of ex- the budget cuts suggested Sept.28 by formed to determine a teacher
receive a meal at no cost from the board and teacher union. Key to the agreement, why the perience for initial determination of Gov. Bob Martinez were enacted the evaluation instrument for 88-89.
Suwannee River Economic Council Salaries from $17,000 for a school board bargaining team salary, but it doesn't count toward Bradford school system would fairer way of
(SREC) at 134 E. South Street, starting teacher to $25,500 at the top agreed to it, is there are no more placement on the salary schedule. receive $162,000 less, probably a placed in a 'documents I IA
Starke. of the schedule.It teachers at the top of the salary The starting salary of $17,000, up ,manageable amount. to.
SREC serves a nutritionally is a $600,000 salary package, range than last year. How many from $15,300. or up 11 percent, remains Other Items agreed to previouslyin The board dropped a demand for
balanced meal Monday through which is the most the school board steps the salary schedule would be very low when compared to the new 1987-88 teacher contract an 8-hour working day, sticking to .
Friday, except holidays. For more could afford this Supt. compressed to was the final hangup.It other Florida counties, points out include: the previous 7V4 hours.
year says
information, call 9647894. Jim Duncan. Both Supt. Duncan and was finally agreed the people at Supt. Duncan. But the mid-range of Additional compensatory time I

Festival. George Bowen, president of the the top of the salary schedule last the salary schedule becomes more for faculty and department head Team Members...
Art .. satisfac- year would remain at the top, and competitive with other counties.It meetings which extend beyond the '
teacher union, expressed The members of the teacher ,
The Starke Festival of the Arts is tion with the agreement reached that everyone else would advance is a basic three year contract, normal work day. The comp time .
scheduled for October 24-25 on Jefferson Sunday afternoon, Sept. 27, after a one step, says Supt. Duncan. with reopeners each year on salary, must be taken within 25 days, an ex- Bowen bargaining chief team were John: George Lun-
Street beside the Starke 33-40 minute The The salary schedule has been compressed insurance, and the school calendar, tension of time from the former 5 negotiator;
meeting. agree- Ted
Fe Col into 13 steps but it takes 16 points out BEA President Bowen.We're quist, Ramsey, Monterey ,
Center of Santa Community ment must still be approved by the days.Language Wasdin Walt Westcott, Maurice '
lege.Applications. school board and ratified the years of allowable teaching ex- pleased with the agreement was added to the con-
by and
White Brenda Barber Jim
are now being accepted Bradford Education Association perience to reach the top. The board ," Bowen says. "We think we tract which allows teachers to earn ,
for artist entries. Deadline before it Is final. had wanted 18 steps, the union still have a long way to go to get a one day of sick leave or take one day Love. ,
For the first time in
for artist applications is Aug. 28. wanted 12, the same as last year. competitive salary schedule, he ad- of sick leave In summer school. some years
Dewey the school board went to in-house
Chief negotiator McKinney Bradford an
Teachers in County were
Entertainment applications are Duncan agreed to recom- ded.Supt. Criticism or reprimand of instruC- negotiator. Administrator Dewey
available and Supt. 62nd in average teacher salary in Duncan said he made a
information now. call Nancee mend to the school board that the 198687. "Keeping the salary management decision to get on with tors by an administrator must be in McKinney drew the assignment and
Clark For or Carol Brown at 395-5159 in agreement be retroactive to the first schedule relatively compressed may the teacher salary issue, rather than private and with discretion. most of the time was the only person
Gainesville or call the SFCC Starke of the school year.It help us move the average teacher waiting to see if the state legislature The superintendent will provide at the table for the school board.Ad-
Center at 9645382.Upcoming. was also agreed Sunday after- salary in Bradford County closer to will cut the budget. There is an support in pressing charges against ministrators Wayne McLeod, John
noon the school board will contribute the state norm," Bowen stated. obligation to do what is right for the anyone assaulting a teacher. The Mazzella, Buddy Paterson, Steve
..* $1,000 per year toward employee Under the new schedule teachers teachers, says Duncan. previous contract read that the Millet sat at the table at times.

agencies scheduled The following: by local meetings governmental are Tax Adjustment Board Holds Line Againstby Assessment_ ProtestsChairman f I

Commission .
Bradford County l&hertwunQk7oe: ; Mme type of Carter also said UM
Alvarez the wash"
9:30: a.m. Monday Oct. 5, the Joe Cissy School Board member James (Cob- explained that car property are much lower than Brad- assessed valuation in other counties
is readily accessable and highly visible -
regular first Monday meeting.1:30 BeT Staff Writer Wainwright. from U.S. 301, and his assessment ford and land values there are is not relavent to Bradford County.
Lawtey City Commission: The board of Adjustment met higher, be said. "$515,000 is too highan
was reduced 35: % from 301
p.m. Monday, Oct. 5, the regular Tuesday morning to rule on seven Barber's Car Wash... values. "Shuford's station is valuedat assessment,compared to$473,580 The boats upheld the assessment
first Monday meeting presented in protest of Amelia Island, $486,000 on Waldo when Property Appraiser Alvarez
petitions on
Winston Barber owner of the car $350 per front foot, and across the
Starke City Commission: 7:30: their assessed property values. The Road in Gainesville, and in Putnam explained he had increased the front
wash at the Intersection of Walnut railroad, values are $450. The board
p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 6, the regular board upheld the evaluation of Property Street and 301, contested the value of sustained the assessment. county a building 2 time larger is foot values on that part of U.S. 901 to
First Tuesday meeting. Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez in his property which "Is not U. S. 301 $731,913." $250 and the building averaged
Brooker City Commission: 7:30: all of the seven cases. property" he said. "The adjacent When asked by board chairman $23.50 per square foot after combin-
p.m. Tuesday Oct. 13, in city hall. property (Ward's Garage) is assess Bowling Alley Sustained... Maxie Carter Jr., "Would you take ing the open areas of bowling lanes
Hampton ,; Commission: 7 S. F. Bishai the assessment the assessed valuation for it?" with office shop and l
hall. The board is composed of County ed at$65 per front foot, and one inch protested space space
p.m. Tuesday School Oct. 13 Board, city 7 Commission chairman Maxie further, my assessment jumps to on the Starke Lanes bowling Bishai was quick to reply, "I would customer accommodation areas.
Bradford : p.m. Carter,Jr., Commissioners Joe Rid- $227 per front foot. That much difference alley on 301 North. "It is a basic steel take it and run." His records show
Monday Oct. 19, in Administration Avenue dick and Wilbur Waters, School Is too much to swallow." building with a few blocks in the they operated at a $30,000 loss last (See Tax Adjust..p.2A)

across Building from on N.Bradford Temple High School. Board chairman Rodney Hall, and Property Appraiser Jimmy front," said Bishai. His assessments year, he said.

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Page ZA TELEGRAPH October 1.11181

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Crawford Road Resident Nabbed in Pot FieldEdward

,, Cecil Harvey, 63 of Enforcement was dying over JBradw4- property. Upon arrival it was noted found was a truck parked on fU.I +.>...."
F,. Lawtey was arrested Sept. 29 fm -? nlant* hurt been cut The ......... A..A.. > .4....lIa
manufacturing canabis, which juana.They spuucu.. ...''?. ......<.... u> uie truck on the seat
means he was growing marijuana jauana plants off NV7 29th Street. plants had been dragged. Fresh Entering the truck,Aderholt found a
plants! according to Investigator While FDLE agents and Deputy marijuana leaves were spotted plastic garbage bag about half full of
David Aderholt of the Bradford Aderholt were pulling those plants, along the way. marijuana leaves, which lead to the
d k kei Sheriff's Department. the plants on Harvey's propertywere Harvey was spotted in a small possession charge.
Harvey a retired preacher, was spotted about a quarter mile wooded area with marijuana leaves' Harvey lives on the south side of
also charged with possession more away.A on his shirt and his pants. From the Crawford Road and the marijuana
than 20 grams of canabis found in a few minutes after they told area where Harvey walked the plants Were found on the south side,
truck on his property on Crawford about the plants, the FDLE flyers agents found two marijuana plants, about half way between Water OakCreek
Road,about ll V4 miles off SR-16 west. said some of the plants on the and Harvey was charged with the and SR-16.
Deputy Aderholt made the arrest Harvey property were disappearing.They growing of canabis. The cut plants,
upon finding a garbage bag half full didn't see anyone but some of were seized. Marijuana plants were Both charges are felony offenses.If .
of dried marijuana on the seat of the plants were gone, Aderholt said. also found growing among some convicted of both charges Harvey
Harvey's truck. So, Deputy Aderholt and the sugar cane and along a fence row. could receive up to 10 years in prison
ThA PMoriHn, Department of LawComlDerciaI POLE!: scents went<< to the Harvw Near where some plants were under Florida law.

rh a Zoning Request Viewed .Dimlyfrom I

( page lA) department holding tanks are wash- and Lester Crews also opposed en- shops, the lowest possible commer-
Lafayette, the SW corner of the ed out. croachment of commercial interestson cial impact. "We feel it is a positive-
block of the proposed development, Sandburg said it Is no longer possible their residential area thing for the community," he said.
spoke of noise pollution, water run- for elderly people with "super John L. Griffis, 409 S. Orange St., The Andrews say they are re
off, inadequate city sewerage sensitive"ears to sleep at night with said that until something is done quired to retain all the water their
facilities for increased useage which the windows open. about the sewer lines, developmentwill property produces on the property.
would result from the new develop- cause more problems. In wet ]so,there won't be additional run-off
ment, and increased traffic conges times water comes out of manhole
tion. Sandburg also said retention Residents Lee Black of Gardner covers on Orange Street, he said. The two cases,that of Huggins and
ponds on the Winn-Dixie property Street, Ann Wofford, and Rosha Belco Enterprises, comes before the
don't work properly. He said there is Smith, speaking area resident Mrs. Tommy Andrews said the Intent is City Commission at its Oct. 20
B nAvioii smell<< when the produce Corine Alvarez, 91, Lora Sandburg, to put in a string of small retail meeting.

I Tax Adjustment Board Holds Line J

(from page 1A- Meadow Lake Farms... pasture, are assessed at a fair the replacement value for our
1 market value of$1,000 per acre. The assessment, and the state Depart-
Canal Frontage Raised... Thomas Kent appeared before the Agriculture exemption would reduce ment of Revenue has valued the property
for relief for four
board to ask
Bill Graudon protested a raise in the valuation to $175 per acre. at $987,000.No .
parcels which he had failed to file
r his property value from $76,000 to The one was present to argue for
the Agricultural exemption.
Alvarez the and the assessmentwas
$81,855. Property Appraiser corporation,
valuation not contested, but the
told the board he has adjusted all was Southern Villas Apts. ... sustained.The .
agriculture exemption filing
r canal front properties this year, and deadline of March 31 was missed. This apartment complex is assessed
that Graudon's appraisal is in line at $847,495. The owners filed a Orangewood apartments on
George Washington Visits Lawtey Elementary... with other like properties. Canal Appraiser Alvarez explained that petition to reduce the assessment to S.R. 100 south were also contested,
visitor at student assembly at frontage has been raised from $65 the law does not give him or the $778,823, based on the income operated by the same managementgroup
George Washington was a surprise 16 a, to commemerate the per foot to $100 per foot. The board board authority to grant relief in this generated from the complex.This and were treated in the same
Lawtey Elementary School. Wednesday Sept. upheld the appraised value. The owner waives his is assisted
Constitution.The case. property a government rental way by the board. The appraisedvalue
:200th anniversary of the signing of the right to the exemption when he failsto property, so rental income does is $1,240,216, for the 46 unit
him with mirth and hilarity as he approached the
students greeted months in THE BRADFORD COUNTY I file on time. not reflect the true value of the com apartment complex, they returned a
his address on the "four long hot
rostrum Philadelphia"to spent framing the document that Is still the only one of its TELEGRAPHUSPS 062-700 The farmlands which are mostly plex, Alvarez explained. "We use value of $962,268.

kind in the world.
LES principal Buddy Paterson was Introduced to his students as "The Published every Thursday at
Father of our country," by Dorothy Moore,media specialist at the school. 135 W. Call Street. Starke.
Patriotic songs were sung by the group, led by music teacher Philip Florida. 32091
Spruill. Second class postage paid at
Starke. Florida and additional
mailing offices

Postmaster Send address

We will be at Mitchell's Drug Store on Call changes to: Bradford County
Telegraph. P.O. Drawer A.
Street the FIRST THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH Starke. FL32O9ISubscriptions

from 9 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. to better serve our Rates: .,. C.. r.!, tom., A r:

customers. In trade area: $12.00 per year
$7.00 six months
Outside area: $13.00 per year
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693 Weight control'while quitting
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non.smokers I 10,000 Ilouseplants and 35,000 Trees and Shrubs... fhotobyj.A.61iv I

Tel-Med A service provided t>\ At the edge of Raiford on the Sanderson road, is the customers as well as wholesale. Landscaping and lawn
((9O4) 473-2881 the Auxiliary of Bradford HospitalInc Industrial Complex of Raiford, employer of 49 mentally care are also features of the business, sponsosred by
Nancy MillerOwnerAdmmrstr.tor 6790 Gilda Court I handicapped persons. The complex has been in ex- the Union County School Board and Department of I
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0cteIIer..7 TELEGRAPH r.e3A

IRE! V VM Final Approval Given Starke Budgetby

Buster Rah f pf**"*? of the budget have been usual $1 per year for the easement,
BCT SUIT Writer dtocOTird fa The Telegraph several but indicated the amount is
A $SV7 million ua_ Starke times to the past months while the negotiable.
budget was gives final apprvralTuesday council was putting it together. There is a fiber optic cable buried
mgW.Sept. 2*; by Ole otyconunissMn 4 feet deep,running on the west side
after ton legally! required la other action Sept. 10 and Sept. of the tracks, and Attorney
pUUie bearing*. 22.the.commission: Christopher cautioned the city to be
Only person:atJemipg Use bodfeet extremely careful in digging in the
::1c bearing acute from be thee eocnnusEaonera Railroad Interests... area. Cutting the cable will cause
Ole aIy clerk, theory Attorney Darla Christopher, tremendous inconvenience to the
aU Dey aDd the paIKe dIIef. was representing CSX Railroad,discussed railroad,and is extremely expensiveto
: Ole reporter tram The Tdrcnqpfc.JfeycvVcnioaSJcMfteaia several items of interest in splice,said the attorney.
yr r, far abjections reference to the easement which CSX wants a fence installedparallel
from Ole floor west CSX at granting to the city. to the tracks. running the
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Who's That With Lillian...?
need to consider a magnet to pull Paving behind the Rosenberg Mayor Silcox said he was amazed
customers in. Bessent urged the Building, not in the original project when the Downtown Progress Committee Have ever ten ..ais.. .... with oath a coy She says she doesn't remember what she said.
building be developed as a museumto plans because the building was not chaired by Miller, actually smile! Lillian has already rained 1.000 toward the 1988 goal
relate to SFCC's performing arts purchased when the first plans were received a $575,000 grant to improvethe It toe*rre.e.thrr Itoai mtnif aster COT Raiertm.. .C I12.WO for Bradford County including $371 which I
program and other community uses. drawn, will also be paid for by the ci- historic downtown. When the wh.MW-*nGrATT.gAthite.Mrrassedgri.rn. total elementary school children gave to the Mouse to
Mayor Silcox declined to set a ty. project bids came in over the money liffia. the mimrj seer ertrmJiairg far the College Program. Envelopes contained $5 $2. 'I, 25
workshop to discuss the Rosenberg available, some hard decisions bad Aoicncaa CumSatiety.. The pitt.re l was take a. cent,a dime,a nickel, and some a penny Miss Stump
Building, when Dilts requested it. "I Mayor for Project... to be made whether to send the must mtrrtm&.f the Flenda Pii* -. .f the"aeriea. A" She also notes that local black raised about 10
don't want to address that right Mayor Silcox pushed for the com- money back or continue with the Caster Statty hi Mi..... KiMi'ma fc a BatiMulspakrcBUui percent 01 over $10,000 contributed last year by Bradford -
now," said the mayor.At pletion of the downtown revitalization project, the mayor said. far the A.erira.l'a.ca Sotittj. Countians.GilbeyV .
a meeting earlier this month project, saying it is somethingof Purchase of parking and ad- Where fe State? nl .11oo- mid Miss Sta...
the Project Task Force members which every citizen can be proud. ministrative costs have cut the grant ---
voted six to one to request a delay to Mayor Silcox also praised John funds available for the project to
f I allow time to apply for available Miller of The Telegrpah for chairingthe $391,000. Columbia Paving of Lake
.< grants. project. "I ve never seen City has the contract to do the pro
. anybody work as hard as John ject. Work should begin on Call
What is Missing... Miller He didn't know when to Street west from Thompson within a
, Engineer Jim Robinson was present quit." few days.
to inform the room full of
, business people what has been cut 4I
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buying 45 street lights which were WATCH OUR AD,CAUSE YOU'LL BE CLAD TO MARK THE DATE
removed from the grant budget. FOR SOMETHING GREATHAPPENING ON OCT.29.30& 31.
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TELEGRAPH October I, 1987

tJITOR1ALSHumane Planning to Build by the Water ?

_ _1J! U lit Better Check with Corps of Engineers

Society Plans FundRaiserTo Persons lucky enough to own a piece of Branch
property near a lake, stream, or wetlandare Field Monitoring
reminded by the U.S. Corps of Regulatory Division
Engineers for the Jacksonville District of i""""
help with New ProgramsThere the necessity of applying for a permit P. O. Box 4970Jacksonville. '

before filling in marshes, building boat : I Florida 32232
docks, and making other improvementsthat ",a 904/791-2887
might be in conflict with the Army's tNlral Telephone:
is a small group of dedicated individuals through the schools; and an efficient regulatory program.

who are doing a good job with field service program combined with "It is necessary that people understandthat rs ?., .\ \

the resources they have to work with, stepped-up methods of financing partsof they are violating the law if they initiate > ljL
and last Saturday they staged a suc- the plan. such constructions without a Palatka Regulatory Office

cessful event that shows what can be accomplished As a starter on its fund-raising efforts permit," says Larry Evans, Chief of the r a/1/1, < > Stf f P. O Box 1317
Division's Enforcement
by those who are willing to the Society will stage a community- Branch.Regulatory"If their construction has had an iialii Palatka Florida 32077

give their time and effort to a goal- cooperative Rummage Sale for the next unacceptable adverse impact on the environment Telephone: 904/325-2028

even one that is no more glamorousthan two weekends-. 1,2,3, and Oct. 8, 9, and cannot be permitted after- iu aaMr
a free dog wash. (See story and 10 in the area behind Andrews DrugStore the-fact, it may be necessary to request +
one of B Section.) that the property be returned to its natural /N41ua
pictures on page Donations from local businessesand state."

Members of the Bradford Humane individuals are being solicited, and ,
"The worst part is that some people who -
Society are performing a much needed all persons wishing to donate items for fail to get a permit are not aware that one

service in Starke and surrounding area, sale may call Frank Brown, 964-5183; is required. They just don't know the requirements individual does with his or her piece of States, you will need Department of the
with very little thanks or recognition for Margaret Richie, 964-4701; or Maria ," Evans said. "When they find wetlands affects a lot of other people. The Army permit.An .
out about what is Involved many voluntarily wetlands of the water
their time and effort. Stephenson, 964-5041. are a part system.
"Individual Permit" is not always required -
restore the to its contours
area original They are used to purify the system. Theyare
and elevation. Some request that an after- important as a habitat, recharge area, however "Nationwide Permits"are
the-fact application for permit be for erosion control and for many other standing permits issued for dischargeof
evaluated and some decide to to court, dredge or fill material into certain
go reasons. If the people of this country allowed
In the but ignorance is no excuse, at least not in every wetland on the coast to be filled, smaller or minor waters of the United
States and also for certain of activities -
v. the eyes of the law. we would suffer an irreparable loss to thenation's
House! in all waters of the United States.An .
Dog "We're not denying people use of their fisheries. Congress has decided individual permit is not required for
that we just can't let that happen, Pike
we're with
property, working people to any activity covered by a nationwide per-
lu a determine how they can best use their land said. .
This neat DogHouse while minimizing impact to the environ When Is A Permit Required? mit.A
will be one \1W ment which is shared by everyone,"Evans "General Permit" can be issued by a
of the featured 110- &://z said. According to Section 10 of the Rivers and district engineer for activities that will
items at the Harbors Act of 1899, the Corps of have only minimal environmental impact.
Humane Society's "Wetlands are one of our most important Engineers has the responsibility for These permits are limited to specified
Rummage Sale / natural resources with direct benefitsto regulating all work in, over and under geographical regions and, may require
this weekend and a large portion of our"population. We navigable waters of the United States. Any some notification or reporting procedures.In .
next behind An- must utilize them wisely, he added. work performed outside the limits of the
drews Drug Store. Why Is A Permit navigable channel may also require a permit Florida, property owners should
Maria check with the Jacksonville District of the
Stephen- The
Program Necessary? Corps assesses proposed projectsnot
Corps of Engineers to see what kind of per-
son's pet beagle, only on their effect upon navigation,
Miss Classy "It started back in 1899 with the River but also on factors such as fish and mit, if any, their project requires. If an individual

Chassis", shows ,. s and Harbor Act, which sought to prevent wildlife, conservation, pollution, permit is required, they can
how your pet hindrances to navigation," said John aesthetics, ecology and the general public prepare an application form and return it
would look in frontof Adams, chief or the District Regulatory interest.In along with a set of drawings to the district
this comfortable Division, "so the Corps has been in the per engineer.. The application will be processed
"home". mit business time." addition, Section 404 of the Clean and either approved or denied in from
a long
Water Act makes the Corps responsible for 30 to 60 days if the project is a minor one.
"Tlfen in the 1960s awareness of and con- regulating the discharge of dredged or fill Larger projects can take six months or
cern for the environment increased great. material into "waters of the United more. Complex projects which require
ly throughout the nation. We recognizedthe States" and their adjacent wetlands. preparation of an environmental impact

Americans have a reputation for loving Perhaps later the Society might spon- degradation of water qualitythat "Waters of the United States include statement may entail a much longer
wetland waters and their tributaries In-
resources were becoming navigable ,
evaluation period.
pets, but unfortunately, many pet sor a dog and cat show, where fun, depleted at a rapid rate, and they're just terstate waters and their tributaries,
owners do not extend this love and affection rather than disciplined competition, not making any more wetlands. Once lakes, intermittent streams, isolated Further information concerning the
to give their pets the necessarycare would be the order of the day, and at the they're gone, that's it. Dredge and fill wetlands and others. Wetlands generally Corps Regulatory Program is available by
and attention that they require. same time be a method of raising need- materials were recognized as potential include swamps, marshes, bogs and writing to the District Engineer at P.O.
This is where the Humane Society can- ed funds. pollutants. So all this activity had to be similar areas. A permit is also required to Box 4970, Jacksonville, Fla. 32232 or by
controlled. transport dredged material for the and Field Offices .
pur- calling ((904) 7913423. Area
and is trying- provide this necessary Humane Society members believe According to District Counsel Lloyd pose of dumping it Into ocean waters.So are also located in Palatka, Panama

ingredient. that simply operating a truck to pick-up Pike, some people don't understand why if you're dredging, filling or building City, Crystal River, Merritt Island,
strays and unwanted animals is not the the Corps is in position to tell them how to anything from docks and bulkheads to an Kissimmee, Stuart, Miami, Clewiston, Big
Cruelty to animals is sometimes total answer to a complete use! their land. "Environmentally,what an oil well in navigable waters of the United Pine Key, Ft. Myers and Tampa.

unintentional, but is often the result of which should include enforcement program of
neglect by the owners. Members of the
licensing, impounding of stray animalsin
Humane Society are as active as possi- shelter
an adequate issuing citationsfor
ble in investigating cases of cruelty to violation of ordinances regular .

animals, although this is sometimes patrolling of the community,, and investigation County Agent's Notebook ey Bobby TaylorThis
hard to fit into their own busy daily of .
cruelty complaints, whichare
schedules. too often overlooked. ly damage their hosts the organisms they
.. week I'll discuss a couple of minor Algae and Lichens live on. But saprophytes, such as lichens ,
Frank Brown, president of the Brad- With more visibility concentrated on problems that can cause concern for usually can co-exist with their hosts

ford Humane Society, explains the their efforts, the Humane Society is obtaining garden hobbyists. When algae and lichens slender, branches or threads hanging without directly causing any serious
group's new five-part program, which a larger share of the community appear on prized ornamentals, they often down from twigs. Like algae, lichens are damage. However, severe infestations of
prompt unfounded fears for the worst. In commonly found on plants growing in very lichens may tend to smother a plant by
that the volunteer
includes-the control of animals througha support services of
obstructing oxygen flow from the air to the I
discussing these pests, I'll explain the difference shaded locations. But, because they are
practical and enforceable county ordinance their members deserve. Their objec- between parasites and saprophytic in nature, they don't actually plant's stems. This can result in dieback, I
; an improved and adequate tives are encouraging and should be saprophytes- difference that can be Important cause plant disease. and a generally unthrifty appearance.In .
sheltering facility; ongoing informa- supported by all animal lovers and the to the health of your plants. The term saphrophyte refers to any case, algae and lichens can be unsightly I
tional and educational programs general public Algae and lichens often grow on woody organisms that live on dead or decaying Fortunately, they can be killed by II
one or more applications of a copper I
ornamentals in the Florida landscape. matter. Parasites are organisms that feedon
Generally, we classify these organisms as living tissue. Since they do feed on liv- fungicidal spray. Your garden center
minor pests, because neither is likely to ing tissue, parasites, like mistletoe, usual operator can recommend the proper I
material,and explain how to apply it.
kill or even injure an otherwise healthy
J Letters to the Editor plant. And, they're easy to control.
However, when they are found on plants
growing around the home, they often
alarm gardeners who don't know what WASHINGTON
they are.
I'll begin with definitions. Alga is simplya VIEWPOINTby
Reader Challenges Dr. Meyer'sAssessment primitive type of plant. In some ways it's Y
similar to other green plants, but it has no
specialized tissue to form stems, roots,
of NicaraguaQuestions and leaves. A lichen is a little harder to ex
plain. It isn't a single organism. Rather, it Sen Lawton Chiles
is a combination-association of an alga
come to mind upon reading the first such in history, into the mainland of the and a fungus. The two organisms are so intertwined .
Telegraph's account of Dr Harvey K. Meyer's Western Hemisphere?" Secretary of State that they form a single, plant-
Nicaraguan experiences.While George Shultz is quoted in the Reader' Digest like structure. PACE WITH A

he is of the opinion that, "the U.S.cannotin article: "The fundamental issue is whether we While they may not cause serious SKYROCKETING PRISON POPULATION?
good conscience support either the Sandinistasor are prepared to accept Soviet domination of the damage,algae and lichens can cause spots
the Contras," I question why he neglected to entire region from Panama to Mexico." unsightly growths on plant leaves and Sometimes it seems like operation and maintenanceof
mention the nouns "Soviet" or "Soviet Union." Dr. Meyer states, "Our support of the Contrasis stems. So they do create some problems
one thing just leads to facilities.
It would
an- new
for those who ornamentals.Leaf .
The September 1987 issue of Reader's Digest almost universally condemned in Latin grow
featured David Reed's commentary, "High America and the U.S. is losing the friendship of spots caused by algae can become other! cost up to $6 billion in con-
Stakes in Nicaragua." Mr. Reed, a foreign correspondent its former allies in the region.'' On that subject, severe enough to be considered a plant Here's an example. In struction and a billion dol-
the past 30 years, speaking from his Mr. Reed, who spent the first six months of 1987 disease on camellias, magnolias and other the 1980s we have taken lars more annually in opera-
first-hand experiences with both the Nicaraguan in Nicaragua, writes: "In Managua, leathery-leaved ornamentals. The pro- solid steps toward getting tions to accomodate the
Democratic Force (FDN), the largest of the Con Nicaraguans and foreigners alike told me that blem is most prevalent on plants that are pro-
tras groups and the Sandinista government, the overwhelming majority of people have turn- overcrowded and on plants growing in criminals off our streets by jected prisoner growth by
writes: "Last year (1986) Moscow gave the San- ed against the Sandinistas. According to a Gallup heavy shade. The algae spots are nearly enacting the ComprehensiveCrime 1997.
dinistas $1 billion in military and economic aid. Poll, most people elsewhere in Central Americaare circular, with feather-like edges. Color is Control Act of 1984 With a huge federal
The Sandinistas have far more weaponry and a also strongly opposed to the Sandinistas and usually greenish to brown, but the spots and the Anti-Drug Abuse budget deficit, throwing
far larger army than any of their neighbors. An strongly for the FDN guerrillas." may turn orange when the algae are Act of
estimated 2000 Cubans function as advisors to fruiting. 1986. money at this problem is not
the armed forces. Hundreds of Russians, East Mike Edwards staiif a senior writer on the National Lichens usually appear as gray or These laws are certainly an option.
Germans, Bulgarians and members of the Geographic wrote in that magazine'sDecember greenish-gray leathery layers on the stems beginning to do what we Innovative steps are essential -
Palestine Liberation 1985 issue: "For the three million and twigs of affected plants. Sometimes
Organization also help ,
Alabama-size two intended -- increase federal if we are to avoid this
citizens Nicaragua,
shore up the Sandinista regime. Why all the they occur as scaly growths or tufts of
military muscle? Both Nicaraguans and foreign organizations keep score on human rightsone prosecutions, convictions, budding crisis which could
residents maintain that Moscow considers working with the government, the other and sentences. That bringsus result in criminals being returned -
Nicaragua a base for promoting pro-Soviet opposed. On the economy since the Marxists to the next challenge to the streets before

takeovers throughout Central America." took prudent control traveler, "Nonessentiafs carries his have own vanished.light bulbs.The" Child Find... finding room for the expected completing their sentences.

Incredibly, Dr. Meyer suggests we be, "more Mr. Edwards described a scene in Matagalpa, a Do you know a child with a han influx of prisoners in We must explore all
supportive of the real revolutionary process, city 60 miles north of Managua: "East German dicap? the years ahead. possible avenues.
which Is now fermenting in Central America and army trucks and Soviet jeeps rumbled in the Child Find Is one part of the Today, 43,507 inmatesare For example, the military -
(which) can be more legitimately compared to streets. Soldiers with AK-47's, Soviet assault Florida Diagnostic and Learning
the acts of our Founding Fathers than to the rifles, waited for rides." Resources System (FDLRS) that held in overcrowded I got the Defense De-
futile war now being waged by the Contras." Dr. Such in the of lends support services to exceptional U.S. prisons designed for 56 partment to make a com-
scenes were common spring
of Meyer the American should be reminded that the ultimate goal 1985. Now, more than 2V4 years later, the Sovietsare student education programsin percent fewer people. And plete list of its detention facilities -
to Revolution was freedom and the not going to lose interest, pick up their a six county area: Bradford, during the next 10 years ournation's on military bases and
right a democracy governed the
by people's'elected marbles and home. If do not intervene Baker, Flagler. Putnam, St.Johns,
representatives. To imply that the goals go we and Union Counties. federal prison pop- identify those which couldbe
of the Marxist-Ortega government coincide with they will do whatever it takes to establish a permanent One function of Child Find is ulation is expected to multi- used for civilian incarcer-
To hold San-
those of Thomas Jefferson, is ludicrous, if not Irreverent dinistas military would presence.consider dialogue that the with Identification of potentially han- ply to as high as 118,000.If ation. Several in Georgia

or indeed, blasphemous.Dr. Washington based on "constructive diplomacy dicapped preschool students, and we don't producemore Louisiana and Pennsylvania

Meyer was quoted as scoffing at the idea and democratically-sound principles, is a the location of children and youth detention facilities, we -- are already being discussed -
that Nicaragua's three million people could endanger simplistic and guileless proposal. Equally between birth and 21 years of age may be forced into early release for use by the Federal
America's 220 million. The notion that bizarre is the Idea that the United Nations would who may have a handicap conditionand
the Reagan Administration and the senators who move to halt Soviet expansionism in Central are not receiving services. programs, deferring Bureau of Prisons. The obvious -
support Contra aid are in fear of the Nicaraguanpeople America. SoMe areas of handicapping condi- the intent behind tougherlaw advantages are they already -
is absurd. Mr. Reed asks, "Are we going Robert J.Shaw tions may be speech, language, enforcement and sen exist and costsavingswould
to turn our backs on a vast Soviet intrusion, the Melrose hearing, vision, learning, behavior tencing.In be substantial.It's .
or physical problems.If .
you know of a child who may a recent Senate hear- one thing to send
be handicapped, contact ing I explored the problem. hardened criminals and drug

FDLRS/Child Find at (904) 3288811in I The traditional solution smugglers to prison, but it

0-J'' 1 FDLRS/Child Putnam County Find or, P.O.write Box 159, I has been to pump billions of doesn't do the job if we can'tkeep

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October 1,.1117 TELEGRAPH Page fA

Clare Winkler, Rodney Jackson Wed September 19

Jennifer Clare Winkler and Rodney Leroy Jackson both of Starke
were The bride's headpiece was an alencon lace hat
appliqued with
united In marriage at 4 p.m, on Saturday Sept. 19 at
the post Chapel of seed pearls and
sequins. Ivory tulle formed the back of the hat, falling to
Camp Blanding. Performing the
service was Fr. Gilbert of St. -
Crosby waist length. Pearl
Mark's Episcopal Church of Starke. earrings wee her only adornment, a gift from ner
Clare is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Austin Winkler and parents. The bride's bouquet was a cascade of yellow sweetheart roses,
.Is the son of Mr.and Mrs.Leroy Jackson,all of Starke.His grandparents Rodney are and sterling ivy.Mrs. .lavender roses, purple iris, freesia, stephanotis, double ruffle fern

Mr.and Mrs.Hinton Jackson also of SUrrke and Mr.and Mrs Lewis Welch of Steven
Madison. Stringer of Atlanta, Ga., the bride's sister, was matron of
honor. Bridal attendants were Mrs. Larry David Andrews fPn
Entwining the (the groom's
entrance railings and door to the chapel were sprengeri sister), Misses Vicki
fern Thomas and Donna Thornton, Mrs. Randy Reddish,all
garlands of
yellow and lavender mums,daisies and ribbon streamers. of Starke,and Mrs. Mark Crews of Brooker. Miss Kara Andrews was junior
A trimmed
lavender leghorn hat adorned the door to the
chapel. Ar bridesmaid. all
They wore light yellow taffeta
tea-length dresses
rangements of yellow delphinium,purple Iris,statice,miniature carnations witn a
baby's breath with candles round-necked, off-shoulder shirred/ bodice with lace Inserts in the full-
and globes
were pew markers;each window held
gathered short sleeves. Lace formed the under skirt hemline.
a bouquet of lavender
,purple and yellow mums and daisies.Candelabra
tree Attendants' bouquets were crescent designed of Iris statice.lillies
purple ,
arrangements with
tapers in the choir loft
were purple and lavender bearded yellow miniature
and Peruviana. Attendants of
iris,purple statice,yellow wore headpieces
delphinium and
purple and
Branch candelabra yellow mums daisies. yellow daisies, lavender mums, and baby's breath.
ferns and Areca palms were were garlanded placed with throughout sprengeri the fern.chapel.Ficus trees, Boston The flower girl Miss Allison Chastain, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy r
Chastain, identical
wore an dress as the bridesmaids.
Nuptial music was provided by Miss Krlsty Johns,organist,and Joey Her- Best
man was the groom's father,Leroy Jackson.Groomsmen were Larry
res, pianist soloist. Prior to and
Milner, Randy Andrews,and Joey Herres ceremony Mrs. Robert David Andrews (brother-in-law of the groom),Timmy Norman,Rick Welch,
several selections
sang chosen by Randy Reddish and
the bride and groom. Jeff Clemons, all of Starke. Junior groomsman was

The bride,escorted to the altar by her father,and given in marriage by her Kyle nephew Jackson of the,groom brother, who of bore the the groom.rings Ring-bearer on a lace and was embroidered Luke Andrews pillow, I
parents,wore a gown of ivory taffeta with
Alencon lace and seed pearls.The made by the bride's mother.
hand-sewn seed pearl and sequin encrusted basque bodice featured a high The wedding was directed by Mrs. A. Jack Eaves. 11ri
and neckline edged in lace. Dropping from a sheer yoke with lace ap- Following the ceremony, the bridal couple were taken from the chapel to
pliques pearls, the full sleeves,tapered to a close-fitting elbow,were ap- the reception at the Officers' Club in a carriage, both the horse and carriage
pliqued beaded, coming to a point on the hand. The full skirt was appli- gaily decorated with the bride's colors of purple and yellow, complete with
with lace a
qued and seed pearls in front and a panel of beaded Alencon lace liveried driver.
flowed Into a chapel length train, the hemline on both and train formed tr1+ t v
by the Alencon lace. gown Greeting guests were Mrs. Tommy Chastain, Mrs. Bobby Ferguson Mrs. I
Ervin Andrews, and Mrs. George Miller. The bride's book was attended by
Miss Diane Wood of Jacksonville. ti

New Arrrivals/ The mantle was decorated with a large foliage arrangement in the center
,I I "1 of Boston fern, magnolia leaves and sprengeri, accented by floral ar
rangements at each end of the mantle.

Caley Elyse RossMr. for their and Assisting in serving and assisting guests were Mrs.John F. Mitchell,Mrs.
.and Mrs. William G. Ross,Jr., prayers for Rachel. concern Pat Welch, Mrs. Arthur Winkler, Mrs. A. Jack Eaves, Mrs. Doyle Thomas, r--- -
of Starke, announce the birth of a Mrs. Norman Redding, Mrs. Elaine Wood, Mrs. Rodney Griffis, Mrs. Bren-
daughter, Caley Elyse, born Sept. Carl A. Wilkerson da Stroud, and Mrs. Robert Autry. Serving punch were Mrs. Jay Godwin, I
16, 1987 in Gainesville.She Mrs. Rick Welch, Miss Cynthia Winkler and Miss Nancy Grlder.
9 Ibs. 10 oz.,measuring 22"long.weighed She _Carl and Stephanie Wilkerson of Reception music was provided by Joey Herres, Kristy Johns and Mrs
is greeted by Trey and Kim. Lawtey, announce the birth of a son, Brian Davis.
Maternal grandmother Is Mrs. W. Carl Andrew, born Sept. 17, 1987 I in The tables were covered with white lace cloths with garlands of sprengeri
L. Threadgill of Baton Rouge, La. Gainesville. held by nosegays of flowers and ribbon streamers in the bridal colors. At Mrs.Clare Winkler Jackson
Paternal grandmother is Maternal grandparents are Mr. various points, silver bowls and candelabra held floral arrangements.
G. Ross, Sr., of Salt Mrs. W. and Mrs. Mitchell Crawford. Great- The bride's table was centered by four-tiered wedding cake with additional
Springs. Great Passing out birdseed-filled
grandparents grandmother is Myrtice Clemens. single layers arranged around the tiered cake, all decorated with the Amanda wedding bells were Misses Erica Chastain and
are Mrs. Janie Paternal wedding flowers and ferns. Griffis. At the conclusion of the reception, the bridal couple were
Thompson of Starke and grandparents are Mr. Cutting the bride's cake were Mrs.John Naff and showered
Mr. and and Mrs. James Mrs. The with birdseed as they climbed into the waiting, gaily-decorated
Mrs. J.J. Riffe of TitusvUle. Wilkerson. Great Joseph Gissy. groom's table was centered by the two-tiered horse and carriage.
grandmother is Mrs. Andrew chocolate groom's cake. Cutting the groom's cake was Mrs. Mike Scanlan
Rachel Lynn ReevesMr. Wilkerson, all Lawtey.. and Mrs.!. Kenneth Grider.Homemakers Out of town guests included the groom's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I
Welch of
Madison. Other family members of the groom were Mr. and '
.and Mrs. William D.Reeves of Mrs. Mike Scanlan, Sally Scanlan, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bass,Jr. Mr. and
Gainesville, announce the birth of a Ami Joanna Neel Woman's Club Exec. Mrs. Gordon Bass, Sr., all of Madison; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Welch, Mrs.
daughter, Rachel Lynn, born July Club Kevin Burnett of Hilliard, Mrs. Annie Wilson, Mrs. Lawayna Alligood of
13. Rachel weighed 3 Ibs. 4 oz. and Tamara and Kevin Neel of Board Meets Oct. 7 Moultrie, Ga.; J. C. McNeal and Mrs. Audrey O'Neal of Jacksonville, Dr.
now weighs 6 lb. 10 oz. She joins Albany, Ga., announce the birth of a To Meet Oct. 8 The Executive Board, comprisedof and Mrs. John D. Naff of Stillwater, Ok., Mr. and Mrs. Steven Stringer of
brother Brian David. daughter, Ami Joanna, born Sept 1. The Bradford Extension all officers and committee Atlanta, Ga.; Mrs. Martha Smith of Jacksonville, Mrs. George Sheppard
Maternal grandparents are Mr. Maternal grandparents are Joann Homemakers Club will meet Oct. 8 chairmen, will meet at the club and Kim Sheppard of Gainesville.
and Mrs. Arlie J. Dobbs of Lawtey. and Thomas Dabbs of Albany, Ga. at 10 a.m. at the Ag Building on 301 building at 1 p.m. on October 7. The bride is a graduate of Bradford High School, attended Santa Fe Community
Great-grandparents are the late Mr. Great grandmother is Mrs. Sadie North.A Immediately following the regular College and is employed by Prudential Insurance Company in
and Mrs. Arlie D. Dobbs of Lawtey. Dabbs of Bessemer, Al. program on Child Abuse Board meeting, there will be a Jacksonville.The .
Paternal grandparents are Ms. Paternal grandparents are Don Prevention will be presented by meeting of all officers and chairmenof groom is a graduate of Bradford High and is employed at Roy's
Rubye Acton and the late John Actonof and Peggy Neel of Starke. Great. Mrs. Betty Young. Hostesses will be the upcoming antique show. Mrs. Grocery and Market in Starke.
Jacksonville.The grandmothers are Mrs.Clara Masonof Rosa Moore, Joy Petersen, Etholin Carol will be at the meeting and all in Following Starke. a wedding cruise to the Bahama Islands, the couple will reside I
family expresses thanks to Crystal Lake and Mrs. Laura Lee Cosby and Flo Quicksall. workers and chairmen are urged to
Wiggins of Starke. attend this all important meeting.
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Val.9h -Kurlmay/ Wed August I Local Girls Win

Miss Lynne Vaughn daughter of The weading was directed by Teen TalentKaren
Mr. and Mrs. MiSard Vaughn of Carol Malphurs, the bride's aunt.
High Springs, became the bride of Music was provided by organist Hodges and Carolyn R. 1 r..r'P.
Craig Stephen Kurimay, son of Mr. Joey Malphurs and pianist Cheryl Hilliard were first place winners at .
and Mrs. Joe A. Sapp of Starke, on Vaughn, both cousins of the bride. the National Teen Talent contest in a
August 1. Soloists were Beth Blalock and Joey duet ensemble in Griffin, Ga., on aa, tt,
Rev. Eddie Blalock officiated at Malphurs. The bride and groom 1 Aug. 8.
the double ring ceremony which was sang "Household of Faith" at the This is an annual event sponsored 4' '
held at New Oak Grove Baptist unity candle. by the CongregationalHoliness
Church. A reception was held in the Church. All competition is
The bride, given in marriage by fellowship hall and was directed by w drawn from all states. The con-
her father,wore a white silk organza June Register and Peggy Malphurs' testants compete against musical
gown, featuring an embroideredskirt both aunts of the bride. Tammy talents of their own age. "3
and hemline,a beaded lace col- Alligood kept the guest register.The They are the pianists for the Pine
lar accented with cascading pearl bride graduated from Santa ; t-; Valley Congregational Holiness
tear-drops,and illusion yokes outlin- Fe High School and the University of Church, located off Hwy. 301 Northin
ed with beaded lace appliques. The Florida, and is employed by f J Starke. They represented their .
bodice featured Elizabethan sleeves Norwest Financial. The groom 1,4. \ church and state at this competition.The .
and a basque waist falling to a ruffl- graduated from Bradford High church and community are
ed cathedral train. School and Santa Fe College. He is 4. )i. proud of these young ladies.
Her two-tiered fingertip veU fell currently attending University of sF \ '
Central Florida and is employed by '." L
from a lace appliqued headpiece ac- }t :
cented with and Scotty's. ..
pearls sequins ": -
crystal beads. The bride made her After a wedding trip to North I .. -. \: 1t Karen Clark
own bouquet which featured white Carolina, the couple currently ...... .. .1. and David Dicks
resides In Orlando. l't
silk roses and silk baby's breath accented ,
with pearls and lace. ;. : ti.-'

The matron of honor was Sharon Social Briefs... ... : Clark-Dicks
Malphurs. cousin of the bride. .11 Engagement ToldMr.
Bridesmaids were Laurie Register Mrs. Herbert Thomas, Mrs. Al :
(cousin of the bride), Michelle and Young, Mrs. W.J. Frick and Mrs. .s ( and Mrs. Philip W. Clark of
Kim Sapp (sisters of the groom), John Griffin attended the annual wish to
Keystone Heights announce
Alisande Mayer, Robin Brewingtonand Fall Board Meeting of the Florida 1'1'1 the engagement of their daughter,
Lee Herring. All the attendantswore Federation of Women's Club in kesi. Karen Lynn, to David Mitchell
floor-length gowns of red fatanza Orlando Sept. theWoman's
Stare.According \ Dicks, son of Mr.and Mrs. Wesley
which featured Club of .
twklines. I Dicks, Sr., also of Keystone Heights.
sleeves and small The bride-elect graduated from
ruffled trains. Dayna Malphurs, y M Keystone High School and attends
cousin of the bride, was flower girl Mr.&Mrs.Craig Kurimay Santa Fe Community College. She is
and was identically attired. the law firm
presently employed by
The groom's father served as his t 1 of Slater; Felber and Yenser in
best man. Ushers were Mark Gainesville.The .
Kurimay Sr. (brother of the Support Group Being Formed bridegroom-elect graduated

groom),),Tim David Vaughn Sapp ((the the groom'scousin bride'sbrother : : to Greek historians Locally for Special Ed StudentsLocal also attended from Santa Keystone Fe Community High School Col-and
kissing began when
), Lamar Malphurs (the
He is employed by Clay Elec-
menfolk wanted to knowif lege.
groom's uncle), Randy Joyner and their womenfolk had resident,Mrs. Betty Patrickof disturbed. These three classes are Kara Hedges sad tric Co-op in Orange Park.
Jeff Means. Mark Kunmay,Jr.,thegroom' been sipping wine. Starke, Is currently interested in only the tip of the iceberg, since C.roI,.Milliard/ The wedding is planned for
n.ephew..was1ing.,! are!.. forming a support group for parentsof there are seemingly endless factors December 5 at North Central Baptist
_n special education students in to contend with, such as children Church in Gainesville.All .
Bradford County schools. who are hyperactive, abused, or Notice... friends and relatives are cor-
Mrs. Patrick's 13 year old son, neglected.In Meeting dially invited to attend.
EXPLORE THE LOOK Corey, is now a special ed student at the support group in Macon, The Samuel Elbert Chapter
Bradford Middle School. The members included not only parentsof NSDAR, will meet at the home 01
Patricks just moved to Starke in Ju- special ed children,but also a doctor Mrs. David Taber, Keystone
ly of this year from Macon, Ga., school teachers, grandparents, Heights, on Monday, Oct. 5 at 10 The world's best source of
where they were very involved with etc. The group would have guest a.m. The program will be James borax, a water softener Is
an active parents' support group. speakers, including dieticians, doc- Madison and our Constitution. All In the Mojave desert, Cali
Anew Mrs. Patrick was shocked that tors, etc., to possibly give insight members are urged to attend this fornla.
special education in Bradford and assistance to these parents.Mrs. first fall meeting.
collection of schools has only been in existence a Patrick would like to get a
couple of years. Furthermore, the parents' support group together so
absence of a support group was"the they could exchange ideas, listen to
Campus 1 straw that broke the camel's back". each other, share problems and vic- Planning your Special Day?
Casuals Special education encompasses tories,and perhaps even plan family
several classifications of cruidren- outings together. Anyone interested Smart Brides always
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BRIDES Harrell Family Reunion

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Tr fifth reunion of the Joseph Co-
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Starke = ., r } direction of Henry Harrell is Good taste needn't be expensive.Our beautiful Flower Wedding
scheduled for 12 noon. There will bea
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} Carlson Craft Joseph Coly Harrell was born in
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InvitationsAnnouncements Nancy Holloway Sept. 23, 1852, then 819 SO.WALNUT ST.
print is worn moved south to Bradford County STARKE.FL. 32091
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Public NoticeNotice
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of Budget Hearing

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Federal Revenue Sharing

1987 1988 BudgetThe

City of Hampton has tentatively adopted a

budget for Fiscal Year 1988. A public hearing to makea
$$99i FINAL DECISION on the budget was held on

$6.98 reg.' $1 66 September 22, 1987, at Hampton City Hall, at 7:00:

Vinyl, Leather, $4.53 reg. p.m.

tc Plastic Rubber Treatment and Brake Parts Cleaner The following is a summary of The City of Hampton

/ Quickly and thoroughly for the Fiscal Year 30 1988.
Budget Ending September
For a long-lasting beautiful finish cleans brake and clutch ,

Restores appearance parts. Stops brake pad and
keeps leather and plastic soft lining""squeal'*and clutch'chattet Category Total of

and supple. Great for car tops -.__ All Funds

boats furniture and more.

$15oore Revenue General Fund . . . . . . '82640.00

$4 199 II & General Fund Carryover ...i . . . 11619.00

$9.29 reg.' Sunbeam TOTAL '94259.00
Cables 'i' Can Opener Expenditures

t Every vehicle should have a set. 12-foot, 100% Go-anywhere convenience. Opens more than Administration . . . . . . '34064.00

: copper conductor cables-tangle-free. flexible 25 cans on a single charge. Under-cabinet or Fire Department . . . . . . 3000.00
easy to use. wall mount, with removable blade for easy
I : cleaning. 3-yearlimited warranty. Recreation Department . . .'. .. . 2000.00

Sanitation Department . . : . 4200.00
I. I Street Department . . . . . 31800.00

Starke Motor Parts Police Department . . . . . 19,195.00

155 W. Brownlee Street Starke TOTAL '94,259.00
J Revenues
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: 1 Water Collections . . . . ,. . '18,700.00

I Water Department ,

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Dobson Films ScheduledFor By Dolores'Meng To So Mortician

Madison St. Baptist 468.1516Bookmobile tioned that Denver brought in minnows I,i Raymond Lavon Derry of Stark i
he had caught for the enjoyment '

Over 50 million parents have been Dr. James and Shirley Dobson c Every Tuesday...from noon until 2 fish. of the turtle an6\the aquarium enrollment ,l!

Inspired by Dr. James Dobson's .urge those individuals to get involved p.m., the Bradford County
Deny son of Tbelma Hicks and
Focus on the Family Urn series
and return to the traditional t Bookmobile
Now, building on that nationwide values upon which families are best !ton Post Office perkithe lot Early Oct. Birthdays... Bradford Willie berry High, Is School a 1975 and graduate memberof of

groundswell of interest, a new film created and nurtured. Turn Your I Everyone is invited to use this ser- Oct. \, Polly Woods, Denver Oehl. Greater Freewill Bethlehem a
series has been Baptist -
released by Word Heart Toward Home Is personally i vice free of charge.Condolence. Karen Gilbert; 3, Johnny Powers; 4, Church. He is affiliated with both
Publishing Focus on the Family, challenging film series that Viola Lefebvre Bessie
every Maxwell
Inc., called Turn Your Heart ... Hare and Tanner Funeral Homes in '
parent should see. For more infor- Clifford Prevatt 4 Marcelline
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Toward Home. mation,contact Henry L. McKinney Sympathy Is extended to the family Campbell Adam Crawford Gupton Jones, located in Atlanta ': \
The first and friends of ; offers comprehensive courses in'
Jaspar Lee McKenzie
discussion-provoking Jr., 964-7557. 6-Connie Muse: 8. James Wortluft i
film of this six-part series, A Father who died Sept. 22. 9. Ted Curtis till. Troy Patterson; funeral service subjects and mortuary

Looks Back, will be shown at r Sympathy also to the family and Hope Archey, Peggy ShaUer.j science subjects, including I
Sampson CIty ChurchTo friends embalming, restorative arts grid
Madison St. Baptist Church on Sun- of Mrs. Bertice Darline ,
day, Oct. 4, at 6 p.m. The remaining Host Chicken Dinner/ i\ I II. Rosier Slade who died Sept. 25. psychology and counseling. The pro I
five films will be shown have been fully accredited
Oct. 11 Visitors.
through Nov. 15 at the church, There will be a fried chicken dinner I I. r OC .. j:"'" r- by the American Board of

located at 900 W. Madison St., at the Sampson City Church of J Among those spending a recent Funeral Service and the curriculum
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace is to
designed the
Starke.A prepare graduateto
God this Saturday Oct. 3, from 11 ,
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were their children and In Memory enter the
Father Looks Back emphasizes a.m. to 2:30 p.m. successfully funeral service I
how swiftly time and The grandchildren-. and Mrs. David Of Father-In-Law profession as a career.
passes appeals menu consists of fried Earnest and four My .
to all parents to turn their hearts chicken potato salad beans youngsters Cape
green ,
Coral Mr. and Mrs.
Steven Earnest Roy StarlingDearest
toward home during the all- bread, dessert and tea. Adult plates Rusty Wood.Jr."Rusty" and Ashley of Jacksonville, also School MenusOctober
important child-rearing years. will be $3.50 and children 12 years Pa:
Joyce's parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe
old and under can eat for $2.50 per Oliver of I am in deep sorrow now that you 5-9
Keystone Joyce's sister
Gospel SingSaturday plate. Wood Wins Mrs. Joanne Gehron, and Mr. and, have gone on to our Father In Bradford Elem. It Middle School

Pageant Sept. 20 Mrs. Michael Gehron and Laura of Heaven. I think of you every waking Mexeayi Chicken noodle, cheese *Ux, but J4
Brooker BaptIstHomecomIng Gainesville.Mr. day of my life. My eye fill with fired garden pee. peaches, biscuits: mil*.
Night Wayne Russell tears when I think I TeesdejM Pus, garden salad, buttered com,
"Rusty"Wood Jr. you are gone on.
and Mrs. Joe Riddick enter- coconut cake, milk. -
Oct 1 11 I 9 Mi month old son of Mr. and Mrs. tained all their children and grandchild miss you so much my heart Weeaeeaajri Whaler on bun, baked .beam, cole
The Church of God of Prophecy, Brooker Baptist Church will be Wayne R. Wood, Sr., of Starke over a weekend recently. sometimes skips a beat when I think Slav nut Jells milk.Tkendsjtt .
Inc., will be having a gospel sing this having a church homecoming on received first place in the Infant we will no longer have our talks and cookie Barbecue on bun, green bean fruit
Saturday evening at 7:30: p.m., at Sunday, Oct. 11. There will be a dinner -_ boys division of the Cinderella Hampton Elementary... little trips anymore. cup rrtesyi Teachers. planning day.
2138 N. Temple Ave., Starke. on the grounds and Pastor Dreamgiri Pageant held Sept. 20 In State Assessment Tests will be God blessed me with your love and Bradford High School

Pastor W. T. Laney welcomes Charlie Green will be speaking. Keystone Heights. given to the third and fifth grades understanding. My life was greatly Monday i 8eof+ronl with meat sauce chase

everyone. Rusty was awarded a trophy, Oct. 6.7.Plans. enriched by you and your presenceIn Mix, green .beans,fruit crisp hot rolls milk
crown and presented as Prince are being made for the an- our home. You were a man who -,., Chicken nuggets macaroni these
Charming. He Is sponsored by Cap-- nual Halloween Carnival to be held said little, but when! you spoke it buttered green pas, 'nllt cup cinnamon roll

tain D's. at school on Friday, Oct. 30. Much always meant so much. Thank you milk
Weaaaeiajri Salisbury steak, rice a gravy, mixed -
o e The annual Maternal grandparents are Mr. volunteer help and donations will Pa, for all your love and understanding vegetables, peaches, brownie, blsculta. IIU I.
d 0 a per capita con- and Mrs. Bill LeMire. Paternal make this another enjoyable and for me and my family and for Thursday Pizza garden salad, buttered cora
of and deter-
s o d o suptlon soap States grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. profitable evening. being good to my mother. The fruit Friday jello i Teacher, milk. planning day.

0 issaboutforty Russell Wood, aU of Lawtey. memories you gave me and Ronald AlaCarteMeaaayi
pounds. More will always stay in our hearts and
Hamburgers, french fries, plus O.J,
Denver Oehl reports that all those minds. Pa, I wish I could put my _,., Comdogs french frI_, milkshake.

who completed their work last weekin arms and around thanks.you and tell you I love O.J.Weaeesdayi, milkshakesTkersdayt Cheeseburger. *, pizza french fries,

Mrs. Waters class were treated to you Hamburgers, french fries, corndogr,
orange popsicles. It was also men- Love You, Kay milkshakes,O.J.
Notices Friday! Teachers planning day.
Legal Each day student have a choice of a hot lunch,
3 salad bar or Ihey may purchase a-la-carte.

DeLANEY M.D. of the
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA S.aled bids will be received by the REGISTER Goinesvllle Surgical ,will NOTICE I I. hereby given that on name of F.R.K. SeIf-Storeg., Bon 120.
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION Commission of the of Stark., Croup no Starke, Fla. 32091 Intend to ,
City FICTITIOUS NAME longer be In the office of of October 1, Monday. October 12 1987 at 10:00: registersaid
Court No. B7-424-Clv-J-12 Florida at the City Hall In Stark., until Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida 1987. A.M., the undersigned Gator fictitious name under -the

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. October 6, 1981. at Statutes, notice I I. h.r.by given that Hit patients record will be maintained Freightway, Inc., will cell at public aforesaid statute.
Plaintiff which time and place all bids r.c.lv.d the undersigned ABAR SALES INC., by the office and other auction for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Dated this 4th day of September,
v* will b. publicly opened and r.ad aloudon P. O. Box 3458 Lake City Fla. 32056 members of the surgical group will.. Jacksonville, Fla.: 1987, In Bradford County.
ROBERT J. TEASTER and the following: sole owner doing business' under the previously made appointments for Dr. .one lot of 81-Fold door, consigned to 9/104tchglO/l
PATSY A. TEASTER. The following Items declared firm nom. of STARKE CLEANERS. I05B Delaney. Concept Homes Lake Worth Flo.,

Defendanrs.NOTICE surplus property by the City: Edwards Road. Stark., Fla. 32091 Intends 9/244tchg 10/15 cone lot of edger blade, consigned to NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
OF SALE 1. WIRE TRAILER: junked obsolete. to register said fictitious name Pat' Lawn Mower Sales, Boca Raton REGISTER
Notlc. I I. h.r.by given that pursuantto 2.3 CHAINSAWS: Inoperable. under th. aforesaid statute. Fla., FICTITIOUS NAME ,
a default judgment entered on August 3.3 METAL TOOL BINS. Dated this 24th day of September, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE .one lot of drum cleaner, consigned to Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida
14, 1987 by the above entitled Court In Truck ID EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
4. 1971 DODGEiTon Pickup : 1987 In Bradford County. Southern Mill Creek Tampa Statute, notice I I. hereby that
the above styled cause, the undersigned D14HEIU-347283 junked. 10/1 4tchg 10/22 .one tot of carpet consigned to Diane the undersigned Alan D. Hutcheson.

United States Marshal or any of his duly 5. TWO ViTON PICKUP TRUCKS: No ID DAVID C. BROOKS and Case No. 86-495-CA Carter a Assoc., Tampa, Fla., Route 2. Box 272. Sta"" ., Fla., sole
authorized deputies will sell the property numbers, lunk.d. .one lot of dog food consigned' to owner, doing business under the firm
.Ituot. In Bradford County, Florida 6. 1-8000 BURROUGHS MINI.
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Plaintiffs, Ralston Purina Tampa Fla., name of Telephone Service. Route 2,
described as: COMPUTER. REGISTER cane lot of Paraclipse. consigned to Box 272, Starke, Fla. 32091 Intend to
Lot 21, Parkwood Subdivision as par 7. LINE PRINTER: 87 LPM FICTITIOUS NAME v* Christian TV Network Cape Coral register said fictitious name under the
plat thereof recorded In Plot Book 3. LINE PRINTERS 375 LPM BEATRICE R. D'ARMENIA
8. : Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Fla.. aforesaid statute.
Page S of the public record. of Bradford Th. City of Stark. reserves th. rightto Statutes, notice I I. h.r.by glv.n that a/k/a BEATRICE R. PATTI. FRANK LEWIS .one lot of records, consigned to Star Doted this 29th day of Sept., A.D.,
County Florida.at accept or reject any or all bids.PI.ose the undersigned ABAR SALES. INC.. Records ft Tapes, St. Petersburg Fla., 1981, In Bradford County.
I public outcry to the highest and bid on all Items separately. P. O. Box 3458. Lake City. Fla. 32056 HALSEY his wife, DAVID I. POWELL 'one lot of dining choir, consigned toKan. 10/1 4tpd 10/22
best bldd.r for cash at the hour of 12:00: City of Stark. Fl ole owner doing business und.r the and CLARICE H. POWELL, his wife, and .. Furniture, Plnella Park Fla.,
noon on October 20 1967 bt the front' Nell L. Tucker LELIA ALESCIA POWELL.
I firm of NEW METHOD CLEANERS 311N. eons lot of door/partition, hangerrail NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
door entrance of the Bradford County City Clerk T.mpl.A"..,Stark. Fie. 32091, Intends Defendant track consigned to Mr*. Ap- REGISTER '
Courthouse at Stark. Florida. 9/24 2tchg 10/1 to register said fictitious name pletons. Pinedas Park Fla., FICTITIOUS NAME
Dated: September 10 1987 under the aforesaid statute. NOTICE OF ACTIONPROPERTYTO .one lot of dog food consigned' to Pursuant to Section 665.09 Florida
RICHARD L. COX. JR. Dated this 24th day of September, : CLARICE H. POWELL Ralston Fla.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT a/k/a CLARICE SESSIONS Purina Tampa Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that
United Stat.. Marshal OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL A.D.. 1987 In Bradford County. ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU 'one lot of screen consigned to Sep- the undersigned Alan D. Hutcheson

Dorothea Beane Middle District of Florida CIRCUIT IN AND FOR 10/1 4tchg 10/22 ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a palu Aho Green SCr..., Fla., Route 2, Box 272 Starke, Fla., sole

Assistant BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA Foreclose action to satisfy freight and storage owner, doing business under the firm
U.S. to
Attorney .
Attorney for Plaintiff *"**' hg 10/' 0 Case No. 87-487-CA has been filed against you for the charges, under the provision' of Section name of Hutcheson' Specialty Co.,
4b 'of Uniform Standard Bill of
) Route '
2. Box 272 Storks, Fla. 32091
IN RE: Th. Marriage of following described properly In Bradford
Lading. Intend to told fictitious
GLENN KEITH MADLEY register name
9/23/87 GENE ANDREWS Rt. 1, County Florida: Gator Freightwoy. Inc. under the aforesaid
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Husband A portion of the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of statute.
Box 246 Brooker, Fla. 32622 mode
CarrierPro. Doted this 29th of
day Sept., AD..
DISTRICT OF FLORIDA Section 6 South 22
MIDDLE 29 Township Range
andCHRISTOPHER application for water
use permit 03-805872 dtd 8/13/87 1987 In Bradford County.
2-87-00102 for
an average dally Pro. 04.130466 dtd 7/21/87 10/1 4tpd 1022IN
Court No. 87-455-CIV-J-14 Wife. withdrawal of 0.015 million gallon County Florida and being more particularly Pro. 02-797029 dtd 6/26/87
per day from ground water located In Pro. 10-904267 dtd 2/17/87
Plaintiff : GLENN KEITH MADLEY 27 For point V reference commence at THE CIRCUIT COURT
Section Township 06 South Rang. Pro. 02.798593 dtd 7/7/87
Address Unknown the NW l>,of sold SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 i
20 East Bradford County Florida for corn' Pro. 03-80O477 dtd 7/16/87 FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
v.DANNY A. BUSBY YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action agricultural uses. and run thence South 87 degree. 18 Pro. 02.803728 dtd 8/3/87 FLORIDA
VICKI L. BUSBY et. at.. for dissolution of marriage and Written objections or comment on minutes East along the Northerly boundary Pro. 14.794719 dtd 6/30/87 CIVIL ACTION
Defendants.NOTICE oth.r relief has b..n filed against you in this application may be filed with the thereof a distance of 25.04 feet to Pro. 02.802542 dtd 7/28/87 CASE 86-525
OF SALE the above-styled court and you are required Governing Board of the Suwonnee the Easterly boundary of the right of way Pro. 02-802392 dtd 7/27/87 FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK.
Notice I I. h.r.by given that pursuant to serve a copy of your wrltt.n River Water Management District of Epperson Street: run thence South 0 Pro. 02-803058 dtd 7/30/87 Plaintiff
to a default lodgment entered on August defenses, If any to It on DARLA JEAN Route 3, Box 64, Live Oak Fl. 32060 degrees, 30 minute East along said 10/1 2! 31, 1987, by the above entitled Court In CHRISTOPHER Attorney at Law, T.r.nc. until 10/19/87. Easterly boundary a distance of 410 feet RAYMOND HEATH. EMMETT BRIGHT
the above styled cause, the undersigned M. Brown P.A., Post Office Drawer 40 Itchg 1011 to point of beginning. From point of JR., and HARRIDELLE BRIGHT Defendant
.United Stat. Marshal or any of his duly, Stark. Florida 32091. on or b.for. October beginning thus described continue South UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT *. i
authorized deputies will sell the property 22, 1987 and file the original with 0 degrees, 30 minute East along said MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA NOTICE OF SALE
situate In Bradford County Florida the Clerk of this Court either before service INTENT TO ACQUIRE Easterly boundary a distance of 75 feet JACKSONVILLE DIVISION NOTICE I I. hereby given that pursuant
described as: on the above-named attorn.y or immediately PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL to a point: run thence North 89 degrees, Case87.705-Clv-.l-1e to the Final Judgment entered inCase
Lot 32 of Knight's Subdivision as p.r thereafter otherwise a SERVICES 3O minutes East a distance of 98.08 feet UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Number 86-525. In the Circuit
plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 2, default will be entered against you for BY COMPETITIVE SELECTIONThe to a point: run thence North 1 degree, 10 Plaintiff' Court of Bradford County Florida I
Page 21 of the public records of Bradford the relief demanded In the Petition. Bradford County School Board minute West a distance of 75 feet more v. will sell the property situated In Bradford .
County Florida.at WITNESS my hand and official seal of Stark., Florida in accordance with or less, to a point bearing North 89 WILLIAM C. PHILLIPS JR. and County Florida described as:
public outcry to the hlgh..t and this Court on this 14 day of September, Florida' Statute 287.005 shall conduct degree. 30 minute East from point of LYDIA F. PHILLIPS PARCEL A: A parcel of land lying In
best bldd.r for cash at the hour of 12:00: 1987. open competition in the selection of a beginning: run thence South 89 degrees, Defendant. Section 23 and 26 Township 5 South,
noon on Octob.r 20, 1987 at the front GILBERT S. BROWN Professional Architect. 30 minute West a distance of 97.21 feet ORDER OF SERVICE Range 22' East and being more particularly
door entrance of the Bradford County CLERK OF THE COURTBY Selection shall be based upon but not to point of beginning.and BY PUBLICATION described as follow:
Courthouse. at Stork., Florida. B.ulah Moody limited to: capabilities, adequacy of personnel you ore required to serve a copy This cause came to be heard upon Commence on the N'ly Section line
Dated: September 10. 1987 Deputy Clerk past record and experience, of your written defenses If any. to It on the verified motion of Plaintiff for on of Section 26 where It Intersects the
RICHARD L. COX JR DARLA JEAN CHRISTOPHER willingness to meet time and budget requirements the Plaintiffs'attoc rey. whose name and Order of Service by Publication and It West side of SR 200 (U.S. 301)) for POB,
United States Marshal Attorney at Low location and recent S. current address I I. TERENCE M. BROWN ESQUIRE appearing' that this action has been From POB thus described run thence
Middle District of Florida TERENCE M. BROWN P.A. work loads. Terence M. Brown P.A., Post Office brought for the enforcement of a Hen S'ly along SR 200 a distance of 298 feet
Dorothea Bane Attorney for Wlf. Those individuals or firm wishing Drawer 40, Starke. Florida 32091 on against real property situated. In Bradford to a point: thence run West at right
/. Assistant U.S. Attorney P. O. Drawer 40 consideration who have not previouslyfiled or before 22 October 1987 and file the County within the Middle Districtof angles to SR 200 a distance of 200 feet,
; Attorney for Plaintiff Stark. Florida 32091 9/114tchg 10/8 their pre-quallflcatlon forms with original with the Clerk of this Court Florida and described a* follow: thence run N'ly and parallel to SR 200 a
9/174tcriglO/8 ((904)) 964.8272 the Superintendent's office are Invited to either before service on Plaintiff attorney Lot 23 Porkwood Subdivision as distance of 298 feet more or less, to
do so by 9 a.m., October 21, 1987 and or Immediately thereafter, otherwise per plot thereof recorded In Plot Book the N'ly section line; run thence East
failing same shall not be considered.The a default will be entered againstyou 3. Page 5, public record of Bradford 200 feet to the POB. Lying In Sections i
scope of this election I I. for for the relief demanded In the com- County Florida 23 and 26, Township 5 South. Range 22
Strap This toY>Waist, Therilfy rerooflng and construction project less plaint or petition. and It further appearing that Defendants East.
than SIOO.OOOOO for Bradford County WITNESS my hand and the seal 1 of old William C. Phillip. Jr. and Lydia AND
School Court on this 14 day of September 1981. F. Phillip, cannot be served within the PARCEL B
1 lung Us the Extra lbs.6u're eCanyingAroundlsn't Interview of th. three best qualified GILBERT BROWN State of Florida: that It I I. not practicable NE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of the NW 1/4

firms will begin at 7 p.m.. October 26 Clerk Circuit Court to serve them personally for of Section 33 Township 5 South. Range
1987 at the School Board office 582 By: Martha S. John the whereabouts or residence, : of sold 22 East excepting therefrom the ROW
North Temple Avenue, Stark., Florida. Deputy Clerk Defendant are unknown and they of Seaboard Coastline and excepting a
.; Negotiations with the best qualified firm TERENCE M. BROWN. ESQUIRE have not voluntarily appeared herein; portion previously conveyed to Alice
shall take place after the Interview TERENCE M. BROWN. P.A. It I I. therefore Davis, known as tax parcel 1918, all lying
Jim Duncan Attorney for Plaintiff ORDERED a* follow: and being In Bradford: County
i, ghh1gYouDown. SuperintendentBradford Post Office Drawer 40 1. Defendant William C. Phillip, Florida
County School Stark. Florida 32091 Jr.. and Lydia f. Phillip shall appearIn at public tale, to the highest bidder
10/1 3tchg 10/15 9/114tchg 10/fl this cause and plead to the complaint for cash at the front door of the Bradford /
filed herein on or before October County Courthouse. In Stark.,

19. 1987, or In default thereof, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the 15th day
the Court shall proceed to judgment'lnthl of October, 1987.
cause to the extent provided far GILBERT BROWN
; Join Now for$1O't Church should not be by Section 1655, Title 23 United State A.Clerk. of Said Court
Code, a* If told Defendant hod .been By Beulah Moody

and Save Some Bread.STARKE DEAD DULL & A served Florida.with process within the State of Deputy CI9104tchg 10/1.....

2. This. order be published In a

BORING newspaper of general circulation'
Bradford County Florida not I... than
1st United Methodist Church once each week for six consecutive NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO

Walnut & Jefferson Streets We serve a living God! 1) J j rY week prior to the return dote REGISTER
herelnabove designated.DONE FICTmOUS NAME
Tuesdays. 7 pm He is not dead so Jf 1. AMI) ORDERED at Jacksonville Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida

worship should not be Florida this 31st day of August. Statute, notice I I. hereby given thot
r 1987. the underislgned. Morshmon C. R...-

; 2j ,2 ., dead either. :' Howard T. Snyder dlsh. Rt. 4. Box 311, Stake Fla. 32091. 1
: : We invite ,4 Y UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE ole owner, doing business under the
: you I 9/106tchoiq/13. firm name of Bud** Welding S. AHer.neter .
'J1A1'f".t r to visit with us """ ft Merter Reeelr. Rt. 4, Box 311,
and experience Sterke. .... 32091. Intend to registeraid

.tkmy.l/s ads..cabera_ U'-101 Are 30.1*. attr g M new ire ...-. s.slkws ant4 !. Apostolic Truth United] ntacostal Church Pursuant Section 869.09 Florida Dated this statute 10th day of September. e
--e.'M Went' eM axw char NI 2ne Street Lewtey ..". Immetl aright Statute, notice I* hereby given that Bradford
athr not as Ras ter ass its a pure rMi less es_I%_t.x.WeWlt the undersigned Freeman Register, 1987. In County
WMTMrs ant Oukli Hart are ngMeraatrademertia WIK1HT WaTOnWI INTWMTWNAJ. Box 12O9 Starke, Florida 32091, sole 9/104tpd10/1
CwgKlKT! VMTCHCT5 IMTt m>TIOM t. IMC. 1>8'?


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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(excepta
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
O, TELEGRAPH and must be'dropped off at the and their opponent combined In the
ftt\1.CS TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Friday after tiebreaker blank. For Instance If the score In the Tornado -
.Cc\l\1 noon. Fill In all the blanks with either the name of the game was Tornadoes 19, Opponents 7,the correct
u 00 team you think will win or"tie" If you think the game score was 26 points.
:.. 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. be used If necessary.



Hawthorn at Niln.rllA CAlL MOST owner :

.!t SW Louisiana at AlabamaHeadquarters 24-HOUR WRECKR SERVICE
-SMm.H 32091
WinnerWith Y, for ToybjStove
REAL PIT 9dI'r' Sonny's Kerosene Heaters IEJl<.ON} _
Jail 964-4642 PHONE

SERVICE 964-4111
Phone 964-8840 230 N.Temple Ave. Starke.FL
1101 S. Walnut- US 301 S Next to Norman's Market

.. Jones Funeral Home
? 0:_ Family" Owned and Operated
Watch Jones Convalescent Services Bradford Square-Starke-964-5123
h1r pair

64 964-6200 Starke See Jim for a Large Sefecllo
::: .
of Men's Suits
: 473-3176 Keystone HgtsOooroja
UFatLSU Mon.9:00.6:00.Sat. & Sportscoats j,

at Mlululppl Keystone ......*RJC.T....

Your Country Gator Auto Store rh
The vyotfcing Man's Friend & FOOD STORE
.. .e......, I e1Mtla.. 964.5069
Ta+a #I Y..Y..r PHIp. Jc -,Mf 21UNs..trrrI ttI Walnut(US 301)964-8293
M ra..a.tr. Suan Faulkner,
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HA*...%." a -V.dl.tN.C.Ss.-

Mid iy.a$tt*St low.gyp. .

Mitchell's Drug Store ,
r. ./ Personal Service" :t '
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U.S. 301 South'Starke ***-- %3. I & CARPET. INC,
9646600Mo o'
a Ruaiell Stover Candy.Hallmark Card
8 A H Green Stamp s Soda Fountain 131 N. Cherry Street Starke Florida
4C* 9647423
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Bryan's Ace Hardware, X -KQA
Lawtey Shell/Ice Cream ChurnUS "

301 Lawtey, FloridatINS.t Faulkner Realty

First Choice Pizza .::t*"-.--

Griffis ConstructionHome PAT MCOROVOuur.
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Boston Collage PIM.b.ryh7au..oa. .__
Entertainment Concepts .
Shell ...
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Lake Butler. Stoke Keystone Hgts. Jones Funeral Home JJB
&w 6tfi Ave.49B3079 US 301 South Jcr SR 21 &100 W. Madison
9644078by 473-4973: } Io
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Everything You Need \'
Lawtey Shell We Have Your Wagon...
in Building Supplies, I'lir I'' Come See How Economical.
Paint & Tools Office Shop
3 Locations to Serve Ydu I' rarmmdlna........MaSoa Kanay Ills to Operate
Orion Wells Chevy-Olds

< First Choice Mitchell's Drugs srSMIT Qa"'tfAt

Hwy 3O1 Starke Mosley Tire Co. AfetM OffCdta

12 inch cheese pa w/puichase of 16"pizza Sonny's BBQ State Certified futt4mn
for$10.50 inc. taxj64234 Hwy 301 South St. i..164.6633

Stump's Department Store

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Terwillegar Motors

Fisher Makes Video Viewing
r Ront A Teal) Tile Carpets pe ;
Easier Than Ever! s"
Office Machine Copier
THE Williams JewelryTIE -

DFACE -e;, ___1.j I 4 4 {:1 .
$45 E .
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Larger Size.Availablexchfcoh -.. NAME HOME CONCEPTS ENTERTAINMENT 3 >, I'

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: The Tornadoes Girls n .OT '
Cross Country Team... c. & ,
Tornadoes Boys Cross Country Team... -
I Pictured (Itojr) are Lori Sapp Angle Cohens. Kim The girls, plac>d 3rd ., i.rr.waa.oi.r
Adams Felicia Davis, and Ramona Tennant. Not pic tam ill TaUab--, PfetreJ (I r> Coarti Gorge I.eta'. Cam Ward, The Wr attended tie FSU Invitation meet la I
tured are Telia Buie and Patricia Searcy. September F-SU Invitation competing meet. against o\ler..scb..U at(fee Ra8IIy-.Eedh th..paeR j. ,Wayne Aldo...Kea- TaBahaMce" on Saturday Sept 2K,with over 40 schools
ctfe DeSoe.Hanoi MajMeo.Tees Grima. rn.n.wa...Gnr&fa.g .

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:r Cross Country Girls Excel II

= THE J The varsity girt cross country nmmen said Coach Leper"The competition I
c'' placed thud m die Tallahassee: is there;and we met teams that we
Invitational and Tornado Lori Sapp will compete against later in tile
OFFICE placed thud individually in season in the finals." All runners
We Now Have 0 _me FSU tamps theme performed well and "1 am pleased
1988 28. W'1tIIIbeir effort at this point"
W.o camped: ..g in a field 01 ewer 4IJ
schools,the BUS r-.ns tactdower Palatka Match...

= P Calenders In Stock llOW.CallSt : 25e..,..rrers r--. m au dis5i. .min ill Ole Roadrunners Both the Varsity and the JV
? met Palatka in Starke

: ? No Team. Tuesday.Sept. 29. The varsity girls
pi Order Yours NOW. 964-5764 : Boys won ISO when Palatka did not field a
The boys could not score as a team team. Individual times: Lori Sapp
: Storke.Flo. : 4gf became they were shut one luuuei. 13:47 Ramona Tennant 13:56 Kim
bat mdrndually Cam Ward placed Adams 14:03 Felicia Davis 18:13,
i* j 3KB m the 3A dnrwon with a tame of Angie Cohens 20:56.:
v j *:25; Randy Mitton placed GUI at The varsity boys lost the match by
? a:'-; Keith TnoirapMn was 73rd at S points >>25. Individual times
\> 21:_,and Ken Due was 74th at abIDe were:Cam Ward 2nd 19:34; Randy
& of zz:..flat. Milton 3rd 20:59; Wayne Addison
These are the best tames yet for all 7th, 22:37; Ken DeSue, 8th, 23:04: ;
tii j mMWaT* nsWxsfW They are cuming Ken Tbompsen 10th 24:09.:
j along on schedule, and are doing
> very /." says coach George Tbe JV Roadrunners...
ii op toper.More improvement should be Individual times for the girl RoadRunners
;. 2 1/4" Adding seen as the season progresses the middle school junior
vanity team are: Brittany Bula
I* Machine Rolls Girls VarshyTne 15:18,Linda Clarke 15:22 Juantaria
...' tw Tornado gnis were third William 16:58 Ramona Clarke
.' overall m die 3A drnston, with a 17:02. Becky Addison was the 5th
V Buy 12 Get 6 FREE team score of 120.Tallahassee runner on the team but her time is
Leon won the match missing in this reporters notes.
wntfn a team score of 31.MuddBetwrg The boy Road Runners were only
was 2nd at 11X Starke 3rd at 120.and four but they ran pretty good said
Baoop Kenny 4U at 121.This shows the coach. Times were: Bernard
ws bow tight the competition is m ibis Johnsen 24:02 Ray Durbin 25:19,
dkstnct wtfta idtBleburg and Bohop Justin Ward 27:34, Ethan Fuqua
: Kenoy.says Coach Loner.Isdkvidaal 27:35
') 81/2x14" scores are: Lori Sappat Saturday.Oct.3,the Varsity team
Q" Vt-M.was 3rd m the field,her best will go to Sandalwood in Jacksonville -
We Have Legal Pads % bIDe tins year. R3"wmt Ted where to compete with other 3A
3000 Sheets reg. 14.50 was Mm at 13:12. Kim Adams was teams in the Boys S kilometer (3.1 I
: ALL TYPESRibbons tab at 13:30. her best time to date. mi.) and girls 3 kilometer (1.8 mi.)
Computer t Feficxa Dans was 35th at 15:24. race Tuesday Oct.S,all teams will
paper Stock I A0ge Cohen 5KB at 19:45.Tha meet Gainesville Eastside and Oak
In SALEWE B was a good qnalfaty meet." Hill here in Starke at 4 p.m. I

$59 ;

14 7/8 x 11" Reg. white bond : JV Falls to West NassauWest .

Xassau invaded Tornado Ine Meat n"wkau p>u.ui|{ game
Stadiora last Thonday to defeat the that bad failed to connect in the first
1/3 Cut File Folders i JOBMT Tornadoes 24-13.after Slarkei half came alive in the second half.
led**at the half and increased its Early in the fourth quarter.
Ion CT-Letter Size leant to 154 midway the third Quarterback Brett Green connected
RENT OFFICE 9Urt<<. on a 32 yard pass play to Keith
Fire turnovers and a tired defense Roberts wbo ran the ball into the end .
> led to the defeat.said Coach Chester ,
T FURNITURE 51PH8.' "We just killedo.rset.esr" West Nassau scored again with
7:08 left m the game on a long run to
,, O. its second possession.. Starkerecessed the 24.a bomb to the 8,and another
I ,, the ball on the 17. after a run into the endzone. A two point
0 Typewriters Desks bad Warrior pant then bad a first conversion brought the score to I
5 and 1 goal on the 10.but gave the ball 15-16, Wamors.,
op aa downs on beg as tine Warrior
if defense held of'Tornado attack. The bred and inexperienced Tornado
& Chairs Calculators i> Oo their next possession Starke defense allowed the visiting
fombled the ball nside the 20." and Warriors to score again with 13
after: complete Warrior purses. seconds left Final score Bradford
IBM got the ball back on the 3K. Good IS,West Nassau 24.
Typewriter Moduog opened a bole over right Our entire defensive backfield is
I* tackle and Atria Jerakms ran the ninth graders and this is only the second -
$350 r ball iota Ilse mdzJuae with I:..to pi game they have ever played."
2 Drawer gg toe first quarter. said Coach Simpson. They just got
r iFile i Early in Ole second quarter. bred and could not rush the passer
Electronic Starte Bttereepted a Warrior pass fake they did in the first half. All of
Cabinet Hd t an Its own J1.the only Warrior lor- Nassau's"scores came in the fourth
: LIH'H SWINTEC" T146Typewriter ( over, made a 22 yard gam to theWamor quarter
.. only to nave the ball The coach says more players on
$449Computer taM hack on another interception.it the bench will be ready for the next
$69.95 Late m the second quarter.Star e game. a home game at 7 p.m.
I I < was tit and Won the W.but fumbled tonight Thursday Octl) against
xgam on the lfm end a drive that St.Augustine and he will be able to
< started near use more substitutes.The .
>* The Warriors started the second scouting report on St.
File Cabinet IIaJf_their ML The Tornadoes held Augustine indicates this will be a
4 drawer sz. them to a mmrns:3 yards then tooktBenpantonlbe37andranitbackto tougb test for the Junior Tornadoes.

reg. $189. NOW I St-Aogostine beat FlaglerPalmCoast
die J%. Three plays later. Alfonso was a 31-0 win. A little more
; 149.95 Work StationBy Jooa tuck tne oalln from the Syard depth and a little more experienceare
foe A lock: by Dome Fraoctsoran the phases for the Junior Tor-
File Cabinet M the score to ISA.Tornadoes. nadoes.
4 drawer legal sz. 0' Sullivan

I I reg. $218. NOW Heavy Duty Quality 3

189.95 reg. $249.SALE I BHS Wins in Volleyball I

: $179. Tornado varsity girl voileyballers JV vs. Forest High...
are 4-1 after three matches in thepast The Junior Tornadoes lost two
: quack games to Forest High on Mon
QUALITY PHONES AT COMPETITIVE Vanity Tcraadoes Win.. day. 13-2 and 15-7. "The girls were"
not mentally ready for this game,
The Forest fOga Vanity was 5 said coach Brenda Butler.The serv-
PRICES ww to 1 loss conuBC av to the match ng was poor.only scoring 9 points in
and left-%.Bradford vaisity was:3-1 the match."We foot didn't play good
sans i. and left with 4 wins ball at aD."she said.
1 ben.
aca-a JV Beats NM_
Tie Tornadoes tact the lint me
Cordless Phone Your Choice Telephone Answering lit tast the second 10-15. >and wow On Tuesday at home against
the matcta with a bored 154 m the North Marion the JV girls were cold
for Home or Office Desk Phone Machine laird game Friday.Sept 2s.: the first game but came back to takea
Garb toes Diggs had tegh praise :M win
far her....."The best game of the Tbe7..t the first game 1-15 but
$52.95 $89.00 season The gate kept their eJ'eS- came back to wm the match 15-9 and
$89.95 me baa We had excellent. team auaity. 15-12. Regina Snell served 10 points. .
.-fair LTaape Laura Jackson 8 points and
PHtman served 0 aces and Eyvette Covmgton 5 points...
12 add _I points for a total of 1t. Chnsbe Harrell. Annette SIm-
Janet Kennedy scored aces, and mom Regina Snell and Eyvette
-.::. Host.W thiamssmed3aeesaad3pets Covmgton played good defense,said
'v'tra I C far a total of tXortJk Coach Brenda Butler.
-I am pleased with their performance
Slarioti Ttees. 1oIJlgJd..'..id Coach Butler.

.; r g1 The Varsity garis met the H.Marwi -We bad a better mental approach."
1 nave 4-.
Cr Cons at Il Tuesday evenmg. The JV Voileyballers a
record so far this -We can beprooddour
.,'- Bradford lr-1 the first game lear. coach said.
JS-i. bat fast two fsose games 15-13.
There are nine players on
and IT-IS,to lose the match.
roster,and all are given a chance to
: The gads played a very good
in each
play at least one game
.' ant0i bill the se4 ceps were DIII sogoad.
Southwestern Bell .There was some eseeUent..... matcb-
"..front Taagie Ptftman 13 paaIS" Vpcomnb...
Jane BT- rJjr 12 pomtoka and Ken Next scheduled matches for the
Freedom Phone Boiler pasts LaShon Butler.Milxssy ToUeybaliers are Monday Oct.5,inStarke
Ede field and. Came where they will meet
hf.ee sore goad a the OatkesmtL Wilbston High in double header.
7r Wiliam and /aSinmfip1er neW girls will meet Santa Pain.
p.dId De set welL Starke on October*at 5:30 p.m.
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Defense, Special Teams Key 27-0 Winflat

The Tornado defense and specialty It was the defensive and specialty from OB John Berry and ran to averted a touchdown..
/ teams lead a 27-0 shutout .f teams. And Malachi Jenkins, who the West Nassau 12 yard line before
S undefeated West Nassau High and kicked two field goals and narrowly the Warriors managed to knock him Deep In the Hole...
an upset victory for the previously missed a 50 yarder, boomed kick- out of bounds. Pittman looked back, Starting from the BHS one foot
ia r winless Tornadoes on Bradford, offs out of the endzone, blocked a a mistake which slowed him down, line, QB Armstrong got two yards
t i Nip h Field last Friday night, Sept.25. punt and recovered it, and led the when he should have pumped for the over left guard. Then running back
I The BHS offense drove 76 yards in BHS defense from his linebacker goal line. Tracy Young was hit at the goal line
the first period and Malachi Jenkins position. Jenkins electrified BHS Then running from the WN four by BHS defensive end Chris Dinkins,
:' w1i kicked a 24 yard field goal for a 3-0 fans when one high booming kick yard line, Pittman got caught In the placing the nose of the football right
BHS advantage with 11:;10 remaining stuck an electric line running high BITS backfield for a three yard loss at the goal line. On third
in the second period. across the football field, knockingout to the 7.From there Malachi Jenkins Young fought for four yards before
r An 87-yard kickoff return for a three sets of lights. The game kicked the first of two field goals, a being nailed by BHS rover back
touchdown by Greg Pittman behindthe progressed) In twilight until city 24 yarder. Rodney Mosley. On fourth at the six
blocking of the BHS specialty crews reconnected the breakers.It Another Set-Up... yard line, QB Armstrong punted 40
team electrified some 2,000 excited was the first win in three games yards to the WN 45.
Bradford fans to open the second this season. On the second WN possession, the BHS deep man Darrin Patterson,
half. A few minutes later linebacker Tornado defense tightened up. Keith a speedster, returned the punt to the
$ Malachi Jenkins leaped high to in- WN Opens Strong... Jenkins and Malachi Jenkins knifedIn BHS 18 yard line, a 28 yard return
'rA' tercept a Warrior pass and return it West Nassau(WN)opened up running to throw WN's Pooh Scheider for a down the WN sideline.
35 yards for a touchdown) and ad 17-0 through and around the Tor- three yard loss on a power runaround Again the special team set BHS up
BHS lead. nado defense, driving 65 yards in 14 left end. Two passes by WN in scoring position, but the second
., Malachi Jenkins added a 37 yard plays.When. QB Ricky Armstrong, one missingthe quarter ended with BHS on the WN
# third period field goal to finish out WN got to the 19 yard: line, target and the other bouncing out 13, and two of three plays being
the 27-0 shutout. Coach Mike Sexton called time,went of the receivers hands, brought taken up by five yard penalties.
The final touchdown was set up bya out on the field, and talked to his around fourth down.
.r W 50-yard punt return by Darrin Pat- defensive eleven. Still WN drove to Scheider's punt was blocked and Lightning Strike...
Ar. f.wY terson to the West Nassau 10 yard the BHS three yard line, but a recovered by Malachi Jenkins, the As the teams lined up for the se
line, the specialty team's blocking holding penalty pushed the Warriors second he's blocked In two weeks. cond half kick-off it still could have
again playing a big part. Running back to the 21. Malachi Jenkins, And BUS was set up on the Warrior been anybody's game.
back Greg Pittman hit inside for 6, Jimmy Long, and Chris Dinkins 18 yard line. Running back Greg Pittman took
rwK. then 4 yards for the touchdown and a stopped the next two plays, and a 15 BHS drove the football to the one the second half kickoff at his 13 yard
27-0 BHS lead with a minute left in yard field goal try was squibbed,en- foot line but could not get it into the line and started up the middle. The
h endzone. A 7 yard run by Pittman
? the third period ding the WN scoring threat.
BHS wedge opened a lane to about
To that point it looked as if West plus an off-sides penalty against WN
the 40 line but Warrior tacklers
Big D' Does the Job.., Nassau would soundly beat the Tor- Pittman gave BUS dove a first over down left at guard the WNsix for two, awaited yard in front of Pittman. Quickas
The Tornado defense put the of- nadoes. Clint lightning, the tough little BHS
yards to the WN 4. Fullback
turned turned
fense in scoring position twice more, But the BHS offense runner shot to the right getting Tor-
Reed hit right tackle for one yard,
the tables and drove 73 yards to the
but the offense stalled on the one foot nado blockers between himself and
and Pittman for two yardsto
line and one yard line. BHS had 62 WN four. The big gainer was 47 squirmed the oncoming Warriors.One last WN
the foot line. On fourth down,
Tornado fans one
yards rushing and 51 passing. Pitt- yards which put on player had a shot, and,got_his arms
feet the Warriors repulsed a quarterbacksneak
man ran 13 times for 49 yards,or 3.8 their the first time this season. S.. Pog. HA
effort by QB John Berry and
yards per carry. Greg Pittman took a pass in the left

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Tailback Greg Pfttman, front. specialty teammate Darrln Patterson,
No.32.are all alone*Pittmaa head for the end/one on bis second half
opening 87 yard kickof return.

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West Nassau did. Both slot men,
Another double slot run and shoot Mike Lockwood No. 5-10,175-12,
offense from the shotgun, or maybe and Brian Livingston, No. 11, 6-1,
the wishbone, is what Interlachen 175-11, are quick, with good hands. T-Bone
will most probably throw at the Tor- End Allan Sapp, No. lO.m 5-11,
nadoes this Friday night Oct.2,at 8 165-11.runs good spread pass routes.
p.m. End James Pope No. 80, 6-1,165-10. End Cut
It'll be tough test for the 1.2 Tor- is fast and will run across the field to Steaks 2.98Lb.
nadoes,Defensive Coordinator Mike catch a pass. PorkChops
Sexton expects.It Center Kevin Clayborne, No. 55,
is a road game for the Tor- 5-11.173-12, comes off the ball well.
nadoes, set in Interlachen,probably The guards are; Robbie Russell,No.
30-40 minutes from Starke.To get to 52, 6+190-11, and Elton Miller No.
Interlachen from Starke take SR-100 63, 5-9, 160-11. The tackles are Kris
through Keystone Heights to Gaither, No. 61,3-11.170-11, and Anthony .49 \ t4
Florahome. Turn right at SApp, No. 5051116011. Lb. rt
Florahome SR-315 to Interlachen. IHS runs a 5-4 defense. And, most r +
Interlachen High, home of the of the players go two ways. The middle .
Rams, is just before you enter the guard Is Elton Miller. The PicnicHams
town. The drive on 315 is one of the tackles are Kris Cheatham, No. 76, r L
prettiest around; so, if you can. 6-0, 215-9, and John Nelson, No. n,
make the\ trip before dark. 5-11. 220-10.: : The ends are Kevin .98 "j
The Interlachen High football Clayborne, No. 55, and Anthony Center Cut Pork Chops Lb. <= ; :
team Is quick, and as physical as SaW No. 50. 89 _
anybody BUS plays,says Coach Sex- Dean Smith, No. 45, 3-11, 185-10, Lb.). '" '
ton. And IHS throws a lot of dif- plays fullback and tailback,and will End Cut Sliced
ferent looks to confuse an opponent's run over people.
defense. BUS has faced a wishbone Anthony Hutchinson, No. 42, 5-10, 1.19Lb. SmokedHams
attack in Flagler Palm Coast,and a 180-11. a fullback, is a good blocker, BaconSirloin
double slot against West Nassau.In and strong.
the preseason jamboree here, Inside linebackers are Hutchinson. -
Interlachen ran the wishbone one .No.42,and Ken Gaither,No. 61.
quarter, then went into the shotgun Hutchinson is described by BUS 1.29
and threw the football the other scouts as a "horse, a good hitter." /a or Whole Lb.
quarter. It's something they prac- Strong safety is Tony Brown, No. i
tice Coach Sexton points out. 24,5-9.160-10,who roams all over the Steak 2.98Lb.
Against Wildwood, who In- field and is a solid hitter.
terlachen beat 194 last week, the Cornerbacks are Mike Lockwood, Boiled Ham 1.69
Rams went to a one back offense No. 15, and Brian Livingston,
ran fullback Wayne Girtmann. No. described a tough, gutsy players. -
44,5-9,180-12.and threw the footbalL Free safety is James Pope.
Ram quarterback Shawn Pnngle, AU the defensive players, except
No. 17, 6-2.180-12. if fast and has a tackles Cheatham and Nelson also Pork
great arm. play offense.
In the Interlachen scheme,the slot Most Interlachen starters are 1. I V Lb.
men and ends are used more for Juniors, with a few seniors, Loins Vi: or whole
pass receiving and blocking backs, sophomores, and one freshman in-
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I.. Defense Pleases SextonIt -

+, .SS was a big night for the Bradford stantly into the WN endzone was In-
High defense and specialty teams, on a blocked punt which he 1
t the units actually the most responsible recovered, and added three extra 0""'
i for the first 1987 football victory point kicks.: Plus, Malachi Jenkins: ,
a 27-0 shutout of West Nassau High. an inside linebacker was named the '
"We just got a good effort out of defensive lineman of the week.
everybody,' says Defensive Coor-
dinator Mike Sexton. The team The Specialty Teams...

members played their positionswell High praise is paid to the special
did a good job, "...and that's teams for kickoffs and punt returns.
e l -.r- why we had such a good night," "When you come out in the second

Coach Sexton changed some people half and somebody scores on the
: S around. Defensive tackle Mike kick off it does a world of good,"
;: : Elder, No. 63,155-12, played some at says Coach Sexton. Greg Pittman's
,S f 4 : defensive end. Keith Jenkins,No. 74, 87 yard kickoff return threw momentum {
170-11( played both defensive tackle Bradford's way, Sexton points
't pS and linebacker.

"Mike Elder continues to amaze out.Kickoff teams members, who
me at what he can do for a little opened the way for Pittman's long
i man. He made key plays at both run, are: Mike Elder Dane Clark, I
defensive tackle and end," says Clarence Williams, Allan Wood, .
Mk. Coach Sexton. Quickness is the key Terry Whitehead, Jimmy Long,
:: r .1 y.
L t to Elder's performance, the coach Chris Dinkins, Clint Reed Darrin
Patterson, Rodney Mosley, and
Inside linebacker Bill Hamilton, Greg Pittman.
1' : ;_ who had played a good game against Blocking for Darrin Patterson on
Flagler Palm Coast rebounded this
.. g lyL1 { { his two one of +.
+ week. Rover back ttouchdown
Rodney Mosley which led was the
also played a good game Chris punt return team of Ed Douglas,
Dinkins No. 80, 170-10( had three Matthew Albritton. Malachi
sacks of the West Nassau
quarter Jenkins, Bill Hamilton
back. Dane Clark No. 75 185-11. Jimmy
Long, Lance Wiggins, Darrin Pat-
t1M andgave
continues to each week
; terson, Rodney Mosley Clint Reed,
a good, steady performance Dane Clark, and Keith Jenkins.

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Coach Sexton
His Way. notes. back of the week. Mosley plays the
And Malachi Jenkins, No. 84,
corner tough, covers lot of
a ground,
I Tornado running back Rodney Mosley No. 31, gets yardage against Behind Mosley Is guard Chris Durban, No.65. In center In rear Is QB John kicked 192-12, two had field a super night.scored Jenkins and is a leading tackler
West Nassau. The BitS offensive line has the Warrior line wrapped up.At Berry, No. 12. Warrior Kyle llamlln. No. 42, comes from the opposite side goals, on a
kicked off
left, ahead of Mosley, are center Terry Whitehead and tackle Andy Tison. of the field. pass interception con- S Pag 1JAries

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(from page lOA) Booming Kicks... defenders, but twisted his way into
the endzone, putting BHS up 27-0
around Pittman's waist. Pittman Jenkins kicked off, hitting the with a minute left in the third period. A t r"
twisted, kept pumpinmg and the electric wire high above the playing
defender slid down his legs. Pittman field. His repeat of the kickoff went
gave the limp leg, and the tackler out of the end of the endzone. Tor- Bradford High 0 ) 14 0 27
fell off. nado DE Chris Dinkins threw QB Ptrnandlna 0' 0 0 0 :

Armstrong for a 12 yard loss,forcing BHS W'"t
There was nothing but green in WN to punt. A high snap,almost sail- NatsauFlrtt
front of Pittman, and to his left was ed over the head of punter Tracy Down S'
Tornado Darrin Patterson looking Young, forcing him to run the foot- Ruining V.rdl lOon M,113
for pursuers, but there were none. ball. Young got 18 yards out of the Patting. Vardt (I 12
The middle of the Warrior specialty busted punt play, but BHS took over PA'PC PI HO. 141.1Pant. S
team had committed itself when Pit on the West Nassau 28 yard line. i,II I .17.1"umbl..lo.
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tman cut to the right. Pittman never Running back Pittman was stopped P.n.III..yardl 4-30 a-lS ,V 5/ ,
looked back this time; about the 30 at the Imp on first down was Scoring Summary 1.5 '

Pittman got on his horse and missed by a QB John Berry pass on I 11 BradfordMalachl J.nKInt, J4 yard Plaid, 2c
galloped, literally, into the endzone.It second down at the 10 yard line, but goal -i
2) Bradford Drag Pittman 17 yard kickoff M
on third down Pittman managed to return CPi Malachi' Janklna, kick.
had been time BHS twist from several Warrior
a long since away t) BradfordMalactil' Jenkl.ISS-y.rd.pats Infarcaptlon -
fans had much yell about. By the defenders for eight yards to the WN KP, MalachJ.nkin... kick. __ ..e-= ........ ... (-' ..h'.' '. ....... ....,(..fJio. ;. '
noise there could have been 4,000 20. II Bradford: Malacnl, Janklni. 37 yard llald "
people at the game. BHS led 10-0 On fourth down the foot of Malachi goal Behind a Wall of Blockers... :::ance-::

after Malachi Jenkins added the extra Jenkins was again needed, and this 41 Bradford, Ore, Pittman. 4 yard run. ..PIM..Clll Tailback Greg Pittman heads upHeld behind a wall against West Nassau, the top I
point, then kicked the football out time Jenkins successfully boomed a Janklni kick.at of Tornado blockers. Pittman gained 49 yards In 13 car- Tornado back this season.
of the endzone on the kickoff. strong kick for a field goal and a 2.0BHS (

third lead period.with 6:34 remaining in the I I

,,.. not ..u. trike" ... _' WN's the 29 Young yard lineRB returned,Young the kickoffto was. -*. ..

Starting from the 20, the Warriors stopped for two yards by tackle Mike
got one first down, fullback Robert Elder and rover Rodney Mosley. QB
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for seven yards before Rodney was stopped by Tornado DE Keith
Mosley and Chris Dinkins made the Jenkins after three yards. On third
stop. On second down Malachi down WN fumbled the football. Tor-
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Young at the line; no gain. On third Pushed back to the WN 43 by a Value from Fisher
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Quarterback: John Berry No. 12,
the offensive line.
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Starke Budget Given Final Approval

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anyone from walking directly: from Department of Transportation in the US-301. the city should apply the surplus
the lot to the railroad tracks. CSX closing of the Jefferson St. grade i toward operating the office thus Homecoming
also asked the city to refrain from crossing. Letter to Mayor... reducing the amount funded by the
setting tall landscape plants along Mayor Silcox asked City Attorney county. Morgan Road Baptist Church
DOT Easements...
the east side of the lot.The city coun- Terence Brown to read a letter addressed -

cil agreed to both requests. Chief of Police Jimmy Bowen told to the mayor, from County Land Use Plan Update... Sunday Oct. 4
Attorney Christopher asked how city council that easements for the Commission Chairman Lawrence The North Florida Plan-
near the paving will be to the tracks of Regional
Department TransportationDOT Mosley pertaining to the agreement '
ning Council has requested Dinner at 12
saying a senior vice president must ( ) have been obtained and between Bradford County and the approvalto i.m. I
for from the Local
approve any construction nearer recorded for installation of new traffic City of Starke on funding the zoning Government apply a Comprehensive grant Plann- Special Guest Singers The Weeks Family
than 50 feet to the rails. Engineer lights on US-301 (Temple office.
Jim Robinson said the lot will conform Avenue) with left turn lanes. Chairman Mosley furnished Infor- ing Assistance Fund, to finance a
to the old fence line, which exceeds The easements allow DOT to install mation purporting to show the city revision Use Plan and for Starke.updating of the Land Robert Parrish Pastor nmnty Road 233 Starlet

the 50 foot limit imposed by traffic light switches on cornersof made approximately $14,000 in profits .-
the railroad. Madison St., Call St. and SR-16
from the operation of the
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enabling complete office, with revenues of $20,000, ,
CSX will execute the easement, and tion of turn lanes and signals. expenses of some $6,000. The letter i ",
mail it to the city for signatures.The Creation of the turn lanes will indicated the zoning office should :
railroad will also cooperate with the eliminate parking on the sides of not be a profit-making entity, and 'p

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Starke Art Festival

EntriesThe '\.\,ed No.
Attracting 41(( \\eS 1 ,

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Second Annual Starke CQ
Festival of the Arts is o r
attracting entries 91
from all over the United States. 'T;' A FOor aA .
While most of the artists and craft- \
speople are from Florida other 0 "Idtl
states represented in the festival in-
clude Georgia North and South

Carolina, Connecticut, Texas, Ver-
mont, South Dakota, Illinois, In-
diana and Arkansas.

Starke is well represented by its "Terwillegar Motors Boast Best Prices Anywhere"
artists. Freda Judd, a painter, will
be exhibiting her work, as will
painter Irene andwoodocraftersCaro .

Wooley, ,
Wise and Linda Stanley. Barbara 1988
"Bobbie" O'Brian will be

displaying her works in oils,acrylics '
and watercolors at the festival.
These artists and many more will
be competing for festival prizes and 150's
purchase awards. Festival prizesare e F
awarded by the two judges of the
festival, Joanna Clark for
3-dimensional works and William
Schaaf for 2-dimensional. Purchase
awards are ribbons and plaques -
given to artists whose works are $9495
chosen for purchase by purchase :

,_award sponsors. _
While a purchase award Is not an
out-and-out gift of money to a 1 a -
specific artist but is a purchase of
art, nevertheless it is an honor for
the recipient artist or craftsperson.One .
artist claimed, "Recognition
through a Purchase Award Is a '
gratifying honor because not only 88 Aerostar
does the artist receive a ribbon in
appreciation but also sells a piece of _
_ _
his work." "Eddie Bauer"Fully ,
Festival prize monies total $1,900 '
and are awarded on basis of merit as Loaded c e
judged by the two festival judges. '
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Every dog may have his day, as Highway 100 South called attentionto winners were Roberta Carter,Twlla I
the old saying goes, but last Satur- the upcoming rummage sales Kerschner, and Betty Hildebrand.A i
day,56 dogs got special treatment at scheduled by the Humane Societyfor poll taken during the day showed j I
the Bradford Humane Society's free the weekends of Oct. 1,2,3, and that most people learned about
dog wash and dip. Thirty-six local Oct. 8, 9, 10, in the area behind An- the event through The Telegraph, n '+
families responded to the invitationby drews Drug Store. Donations from while others found out through the I
bringing in their pets for the local businesses and individuals are Bird-Dog Shopping Guide, school
event,which kept volunteer washers solicited, and all persons wishing to newsletters and by word of mouth. _
and dippers busy from 9 a.m.to mid- donate items for sale may call
afternoon. Frank Brown at 964-5183 or Maria Performing Vital Service A
Assisting members of the Humane Stephenson at 9645041. Proceeds Bradford Humane Society ,. 6 S l J.n w r xlli 4 tl ,
from the sale will be used for animal /
Society were workers from the members are performing a vital ,1 k t
Green Acres 4-H Club who helped care. community service in Starke and
, scrub and dip an assortment of Burger King of Starke provided 12 surrounding areas, based largely on
pooches from compact-model complete lunches for the volunteer the efforts of dedicated volunteers.A .
''::1, chihuahuas to oversize:: sheepdogs. workers and$110 was received during primary objective of the societyis 4
Signs posted on the grounds of the day from donations and the the prevention of cruelty to
,Cooney's. Old Glory Feed Store on sale of prize tickets. The three prize animals, but it is also dispensingmore
information on animal care to +''a,
the general public through the
I schools. .R. 'C

i Society members point out that
cruelty to animals come in two
I' Meet forms-through neglect or abandon-
ment. They are as active as possiblein
investigating cases of cruelty to
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"pedigree doubtful" Lady II as the Humane Society's Free Dog Wash got "I
underway last Saturday in Starke.At Christine Newsome and Jeremy Hildebran scrub and dip and appreciative
lower left, Maria Stephenson and George Stieh preside at the dipping (?) victim during the Free Dog Wash. :,
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Of Arts Oct. 24 'I i

Hailed as a"grand success"and a
RENT "tI1JJ) impressive" show In the 1867 I
OfpE Official Guide of the Starke I
Chamber of Commerce, the Starke ,
\ ENDS Festival of the Arts is quickly approaching .
SOFT its second anniversary. I!
ocT. sY Formed to provide the Bradford r
County area with an ever-changing, I '
987 and arts production -
** **** expanding growing I
** **** I WATER the Starke Festival depends on f

** PARING LEAP OF DEATH COMPLETE HORSE SHOW** .a support.vast array It is that of Starke support community which en I''

OVER 100 ANIMALS I Lions, Tigers, Bears Elephants, arts more to apply and more to the high festival quality -

Camels, Monkeys Laughing Hyenas, Llamas, Zebras every year.
-tc WORLD'S ONLY PERFORMING OSTRICHES AND HIPPOS $390 $2900Installation The community of Starts Festival

-tc -- I much operationvolunteers to the actual run the information I

: Starke, Florida Special booth selling festival posters
and t-shirts, service clubs from
-tc Sunday, October 4 1-800-342-9084 Bradford High School and area churches
man drink booths, and other
Bradford County Fairgrounds JfJf clubs and volunteers help set up
chairs, tables, run the children's
-tc Showtimes: l:00pm & 3:30pm: area, decorate and secure the area.
-tc Children (under 14)) $3.75 Adults $6.75 O There is a wide variety' of tasks
FREE Chlldrena Tickets Available At Participating Merchants which help insure the smootbnuuUng -
-tc of this annual cultural

tcR One of the many ways Starke:
/ j ':=J'E WILD ANIMAL' MENAGERIE residents show their continuing support
is through the Purchase Awards
Festival, but a pledge to spend a certain -
GROUNDS OPEN 1 HOUR BEFORE SHOWTIME ** amount on art at the Festival I

,' .. --.. .' -- ,, the program offers the opportunity ,r
-' for individuals or businesses to buy I
--- works of art for their homes and offices
BauScoc&: Home Fcxrnislihig Centers brin You> GREAT SAVINGS!! while at the same time publicly 1
declaring their support for the I
FALL SMrke Festival of the Arts.The Purchase '
dk SAVE Award Sponsor can honor the I
iJ0 $ on a
selected artist with the presentation
SAVE J.UU Color-Con fw of a special Purchase Award Ribbon
$8000 a1 and Plaque provided by the' !I
s Festival and in tuna the Festival ,
799! on washer C&ooM>firosaadree styles ofmanttal tune remote control recognizes the cultural support of I
in ad In the ,
.. ..,., and each sponsor a special
187..0 dryer set Tran.Wonai limed Bradford County TeMfraph.L0st i
V year,because of the efforts of
FutaHnf the ......-.. ...-.... Utmder Freeman Register and the wonderful
J- = p Jr.ln fee> fadaMnrf Oafr I 82Ya-- .R.a1 response of the Starke area 1
-'-' .-l Me,Idol Car compact ia :ndas p businesses and residents, nearly
1... :_ ,-. _, Th Oaallty Go s In $6.000 was spent on art through
'? ... _--- ,yid JUrtomMle __ /. Before the Name Goes On year, Freeman ...s suoverl'thhtse
y __- .w........_ responsibility for the
.J.,......._ Purchase Award Program to the
---a I Coordinator of the FesSvtJ, Nance
.=:::............ Clark,who says that..though tile
... Festival is In its second year, it
i'ws su"".. I
iweda the community's: antppoetmore
,AotIaTMlc r1W Fetnots I than ever.Ms. .
I I 1 '" / Manual Mo ..,....-... and In order to establish I
-...,f.. 178 chaoiMl eapa6CttYs j r R; ,, ti Computer command ''ItItdf..
...... --' a fctjn ojualifr aDd pap mtar
41 ..w.. Qoartx cJec. taotfaif remote control musTcreato' <
: s arts festival, we an incetttiv |
--- ; .
r.o.--.blIkvoHt < ._. LSD' display
for more artists to be at- I 11
sAle erl/
::;:.:;." o cbaoMl Xeclt-pfag access port traded to fee show.A way to do thtela I
: .......a-.J Ir saw Dry.... by fuaranteeiDf sales through the I
$49985 $59985 Purchase Award" I
Itaw -- .- tecfc M
; Wamaiy las laU 1t.tal.r 13...8ti ""'* WScweMMeMiedDUgoMllrBadccck lef.Ur SS90.9S !toe Purchase Award Program} er
__ ._ volunteer activities: Nancee dark
-- c.a be contacted at the Festival office 1
at the Magnolia Hof.eIaa....
Home Furnishing Center Wednesday ucIl'f1da7. or by I,
calling M4-7117. in StaiteerHMUtISLSSS.F >
128 South Walnut Street Stafko 964 5289 Com..w" V ceaaetaI

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Page 2 SECTION Orlnber 1.1987

I Woman Killed by Gunshot in a Dispute Over Child Care

by Joe Cissy $100,000. R. A. (Buzzy) Green is home of Mrs. Carter, Sr. and was duced the gun lUlU v.......... ..__ ...
BCT Staff Writer representing Carter in the case. A ,!arguing with David Carters who pro: off. .t.he.'pr.9R: :!.':!>.1.the police..said.. car. Kenneth Martin entered the S......fe

Mrs. Betty Jane Prevatt Martin property bond has been posted, and -I' "-. ; ., ..: .. .. .. :','., ... ;: '-' ... "

was killed by gunshot wound Just Carter Wednesday.was released from jail l ;dggJ.: ( : l 9; :n;' [ :qtJ fA Good SelectionTo Handl'HousesWinnDixie o
after 1 p.m.Monday Sept.28,as sne According to Investigator Denton .., .. ; ._ ._.. 1. aRrRrParaatfy
and her husband Kenneth Martin,
and brother-in-law Sam Martin were Morris Carter Jr., who was not US 301 SOUTH, Above Bradford Florist Choose From
driving away from the home of Mrs. home at the time of the shooting,has
Morris Carter, Sr, according to investigator custody of the daughter. However GOWNS New and Used Rentals
Don the Martins have been critical of the NO
Denton of the Brad-

ford County shot is Sheriff's believed Department.The to have been. care have the been daughter arguing has with received the Carters, and NEW LINE OF "LINGERIE"Wishing DOWN PAYMENTC

fired from a .38 calibre by the police report states.The Department -
David R. Carter hand of Health and Rehabilitative Well Rentals for weddingsJust Arrived & C Mini-Storage
Martin's Services had instructed that the Handmade gifts-ALL BRIDAL ACCESSORIESWe
former husband Morris
be returned the Carter Hwy 301 South
daughter to
Carter Jr., according to the police DO
Home. OA/1 QAAR We DO 964-8840
Defendant When Morris Carter was not at Alterations Alterations
David Carter takes
home. Kenneth Martin entered the
issue with the police report saying
he did not shoot as the car was driving
away. Carter phoned The
Telegraph Wednesday afternoon
after hearing a radio report, and
said he shot at the Martins as they
approached him in a threatening #
manner With a knife and a bottle.
Carter said the front door to his O IpeAR1.
house was knocked in, and that his % v
dog was killed by a drink bottle blowto .
the dog's head. 7
"I did not shoot at those men while b ADLprS TM
they were leaving,"Carter said.
_ The police report cites an ongoing
dispute between Mrs. Martin and '
her former husband Morris CarterJr. PRICES GOOD GOD B
., the and of
over care custody THURS. WED., QUANTITY RIGHTS
their 13-year-old daughter. RESERVEDGAMBLE
Case records show David Carterwas OCTOBER 1 7, 1987 ; ;;;
taken to the Bradford County
jail, on a charge of second degree
murder. Bond has been set at

Thief Mauls

Store Clerk, 0r

Steals Purseby

Joe Gissy 0
BCT Staff Writer
An attempted robbery at the Han-
dy Way Store at 401 West Brownlee
Street, Starke, was foiled by the
locked safe but the clerk was attacked
and her purse was stolen.
The culprit, said to be a light- FROM
skinned 17 to 20 year old black man,
5'6" and 145 pounds had not been

caught press late as Wednesday The Telegraph afternoon.went to WINN-DIXBE AND PROCTER &

Donna Bentley of Lawtey clerk at -
the Handy Way was behind the .
counter when the black male
entered the store. He got a soft
drink potato chips and a cinnamonroll
and placed them on the counter.He 15c OFF LABELPERSONAL
then went to the end of the 40e OFF LABEL I t / R y SIZE 4 SCOFFDOWNY
safe.counter and tried to open the roll TIDEDETERGENT IS ", IVORYSOAP FABRIC

Bentley hit the man on the face 0-f
$ with a bag and told him to get out of __.4j SOFTENER
the store. When Ms.Bentley felt the .
man was moving toward her she ran ..;..- t,
.from behind the counter to the front ,... M $ ;
door. The robber/attacker caught Gt $148 S9c
her there.According to the report of I 4 BAR 19942oz.
Sgt. John Hodges Jr. of the Starke SIZE 64-oz.
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tried to fight the offender off, and
they fell into a soft drink display
knocking several drinks off and
breaking the bottles. Ms. Bentleywas
dragged through the store and
back behind the counter where the
purse was spotted.Not believing Ms. CHARMIN ..-r.' FOIGERS SPECIAL ROASTCOFFEE
Bentley's pleas not to take the purse u-c
and that there was no money in it, BATH TISSUE! : : :
the robber grabbed the purse and
made off with it on foot headed
north on Lake St. Bentley gave $189
chase but was unable to catch the I\ $109PREPRICEO 1 i .
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CR-220, CR-231 CR-227 CR-221 tires and defective lighting equip- n-Dyal
Bradford CountyThe CR-230 and CR-100A in BradfordCounty. ment. In addition, attention will
flortda Highway Patrol be directed to driver who would "nont Told
win be conducting driver license Recognizing the danger violate the driver license taws
and Tctaete inspection check- 'presented to the public by defective The Patrol has-found these .
and Mr
the week 01 OcL 2ttirsegh vehicle Robert E.MUliroo of
peseta liming equipment Trooperswill checkpoints to be an effective
Oct. a CD SR-21. SR-UIO, concentrate their efforts on means of enforcing the equipment Spring, Colorado, an
SR-23G. SR-II. SR-IS. CR-II. vehicles with the engagement of their
being operated
and driver license laws
Claudia Louise, to James
Dyal.! Jr., son of Mr. and I
Open Mon.-.... J_. A. GrUAs,Jr. Chart Dalton E.+ Dyal of Starfce.
6 Owner Director bride-elect graduated from
High School in Colorado

RESIDENTIAL !...C JMMBUCAL... and.Adam State College.
& ousttry CARPET VINYL WOOD PARQUET graduated from
HARDWOOD FLOORS. TILE Heights High School and
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10,000 Judgeship State Attorney Running j i I

State Attorney Thomas
was one of three named for "I
to a new county

U'L COMPARE OUR ,38. ,who heads the State At- r.1 I
'. Office for Bradford Baker
Counties,has been in that
for ten years. For three
prior he served the counties on I
a basis. He has been prac- I
ClIIUfTIIY EraMrs law since 1974 when he Joined I
Olc ( ) State Attorney's of I
--- He received his bachelor's
EF I from the University of West
j in 1971 and his law degree i
the (University of Florida in

was one of three nominees I
Bradford County judgeship in

/ 1 Div Bob Martinez has 60 days to I
0.1 ___ one of the three to the new
Elwell and Assistant 1
OR- i/ Attorney John Stephenson and ,
8 attorney Larry Turner both :
/ ,were the three named
7 judicial nominating commit
new county court slot, which
come up for election next
is the first county
to be added to the circuit

PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN- : years.are now four county judges

STARKE Eighth Circuit which serves
Baker Bradford
470 W. MADISON ST Levy and Union Counties.
Florida Supreme Court
the new county
after the circuit ranked
in the state for its number of

FILL YOUR FREEZER judge criminal time.traffic cases re

applicants for the position
: Milton Baxley Richard
William Bessent III, Aymer
r ti wrrolw Kenneth Davis, James
rt1. ALL GRINDS David Giant Wayne
Bevin Ritch Robert
ASTOR Jr., Samuel Stafford,
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Whitley and Theron Yawn
TUIXEY .5/180 SPAREp19880 BEEF ,$498
Rules In Favor I

I $488
.. *: WIENERS BACON .JJtf' 10a $
County jury found 4
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PORT( $Q80 UE /X19 9S ;CORN CJ1 SC99' 1LB. D.compensatory Bartlett was damages entitled and to

.H18UTS. .. T PATTIES DOGS . .S BAG charged 4500.Hulon Herndon 1

suit with converting to his
in Sept. 1985 a 1967 truck I,
was the property of Bartlett.
EVERYDAY LOW PRICE named in the suit was Ed- I
I T. Gagnon and Jean Gagnon.
i- man,one woman jury ruled !
of Bartlett in the one day I
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Bear Archer- Official Tells Economic Corp. "

To Prepare Now for Future Area Growth ,

by Joe Glssy --- .

BCT Staff Writer

"Look forward into the future," '
said Bradford County Economic 4'J I

Development Corporation President ,
J. E. Tomlinson, and get control of If 1 See me at
what we are going to do."
That was President Tomlinson's _\ TerwillegarMotors
message in opening the first annual Fl I
meeting of the Economic Development -
Corporation at the Officers
Club at Camp Blanding Monday, w I
4 for :

Executive Director Chuck New and Used Cars & Trucks

Speaker McKeown Robert introduced F. Kelly, president Keynote ,6j, 206 W. Madison St. Starke96472OO

emeritus of Bear Archery of : ': 'r! r' '1
Gainesville. McKeown noted he first \ I;i ,
made contact with Kelly through an J Eddie Starling
.I $83 ad in a midwest magazine, "the ,
year we had snow in Miami." roq
When Bear Archery moved from l
northern Michigan to Gainesvillenine
years ago, they brought 52 4' PRIME W/SIE Sol
families with them. "Forty nine of ,
them are still here," Kelly said. +1Cet
"This area will grow in spite of j te Good
us," said Kelly, "our job is to makeit Thiu
grow the way we want it to." q+ combine to bring you p
Kelly speaks from first hand .y

question knowledge, "What when does he a answers business look the I ...., 'r. LOWER PRICE_ .
for when it wants to move?"
First it looks at the people. What is Chamber of Commerce Presents Awards... Wild Seagram's 7 Canadian
the available work force? Is there a
wealth of unskilled but trainable Existing Industry Committee Chairman Jerome Also receiving an; nrcl-<< Turkey Crown Lord Calvert
labor What about the community Johns (right) presents a plaque to Medford Connolly! statewide competition was
leaders? Are they and Telegraph. Both were cited 101
cooperative of the Boar of Directors of Sunshine In- 1.
president tions to the Starke/Bradford 6"
sympathetic to the needs of the J12rya
dustries semi-finalist In the Florida Dept.of Com
business? Do they want you here, above Is Ray Norman, copublisher.'V
Contests for 1987. 99
Industry Appreciation
and will this attitude prevail for the merce ford County Cha mber..gif 9 .
next 50 years or more? 1 : .
Then what facilities and servicesare
availableenough land for the A company will need technical 4-
physical plant, water,sewer and fire assistance in getting started. The .
protection? University of Florida and the Santa 2 Starke Businesses '
Is there sufficient transportation Fe Community College are big
streets, roads and highways? \iOOO plusses for this area. Then, ongoing .750 .750
transportation is necessary for ship- support is needed,for many years in For 1.75
ment of products out and bringingraw ,the future. Community Bacardi SouthernComfort
materials in. This area is Ideal- Companies decide to /Inove
ly located in that respect. For every because of a change in markets or a By Department of Silver/Amber
five trucks that come down 1-75load- change in the work ethics of an area, I Rum
ed, two retrrn north empty. Kelly said. A strike or threat of a
Transportation is needed for people strike is usually not a deciding fac-
also, adequate roads for workers to tor, but the resulting higher costs in Sunshine Industries and The Brad- These 80' 13" bn
set to and from the job. the job market are a definite factor. ford County Telegraph were honoredas dustry t
Financing is needed for workers to regional semifinalists in the Stateof was Sept.
get established in new surroundings.Most Directors Elected... Florida Department of Commerce The '12 uc..n'
companies bring a nucleus of Industry Appreciation week chosen I
their best people with them. These Directors of the corporation were ceremonies.The semifinalists 5.88Liter
are good people, their best, and elected at this meeting. Starke-Bradford chosen from
deserve assistance in getting made
on a
relocated. The banks and lending institutions Re-elected for a three year term Chamber of Commerce Existing In- 1.75 .750
must be prepared to helpin were: Med Connelly,Bernie McFad- dustry Program Chairman Jerome The
this regard, Kelly said. den, David Smith, and Terry Johns made the awards at an In- comprises LIQUORS & LOUNGEStarke
What about the quality of life, Vaughn. New members elected to dustry Appreciation Day mixer west to -1 1 mile North of starke on US 301
schools and churches? Are there Bob the board Clayton.are Fred McElroy and Tuesday Bank.,Sept. 13,at the CommunityState and Marion. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
churches of all denominations, and Receiving
good school facilities available? The Department of Commerce of Industries PUB & PACKAGEKeystone
Are there sufficient health care New officers will elected by the the State of Florida annually honors dent of the Hgts Open 7 Days a Week 473-9718
facilities, cultural facilities, parks board of directors at a meeting 12 businesses for outstanding con- for The 100 Yds North of Sr 100 on HWY 21 North
slated October 8.
and recreation opportunities? tributions to their communities. John Miller

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Representatives from the Lake Butler Volunteer Fire Department participated I
Florida in a district Firematics Competition. The firemen participatedin
speed events like ladder climbing,snatching fire hose, bucket brigade, .,

Sheriff's etc.LBVFD placed second Int he district, a score which qualifies them to 4iPHardwar

Youth Ranches first.participate in the state competition. Archer Volunteer Fire Dept. placed ;

(Top l-r) Fire Chief Jerry Howell Kevin Box, Ralph Parrish,Assistant
CelebrateReaching Fire Chief Daniel Crews Lanny BIshop Charlie Blake and David Lovett. ,
(Bottom left) Kevin Box grabs some water for the bucket brigade com- _- "
over 30 feet into the sky, -

a with magnificent a large green figure and 30 gold attached star petition.(Bottom right) Box also participated In the hose carry event. END CLEARANCE SALE

dominates the high ground that .
overlooks the Boys Ranch horse ,
show arena. Preparations are well \ ..
underway for the October 2, 3, 4 an- I '' .
niversary celebration featuring the : / SAVE
and house, 'Ra.
annual horse show open ,
barbecues, entertainment, VIP
guests, awards, official ceremoniesand 1 :
a special tour of Boys Ranch. 15 %
Approximately 3.000/ visitors are >>
expected to attend the festivities. jewelry C8l Gift .
Most of the guests will "camp out"
around the arena in campers, Gallery inc.mew .
motorhomes, tents and RV's. Over
400 horses will participate in the Call St.Starke t ALL
weekend horse show with trophies 4
presented in the classed events.
The activities begin Friday.Oct.2, is pleased to represent TORORiding
with a complimentary chicken pilau

dinner at 5 p.m. for early arrivals.

Saturday's Horse riding events events follow will at 6 p.m.be Herff Jones Class Rings Mowers I

highlighted by the coveted CarletonF. ...A TRADitiON Of I.CILLINCI
Tweed Memorial Horsemanship
Trophy award plus a BBQ at noon on -- .
the historic Suwannee River border- I
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dent of Starke and a retired State \ Robert Worrell/Owner
Forester, died Sept. 22 at a nursing k
home In Tallahassee. HWY 21 Worthington Springs Save I
Mr. Coulter, who started his Ask
career with the Forestry Service office MoA-Fri 8-& CLOSED Thur Sat.8-2 ,
in Starke in the late 1920s, moved about our
to Tallahassee in 1935 where he POND DIGGING YEAR $50.
remained with the Fla. Forestry 4I
Service,retiring as State Forester in
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1969. trSltS S tl S7S 7Sr SrSJtJt
During his college years at the +art+:+N t rt r?t J rtt 7.7?t J?tt r tt ?t'JS7.7t75rr + on TORO'sModel -- -
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of he a
University Michigan was !Sl S7S JSrrS1S1:i} Haven't
member of Delta Chi fraternity and J fi+5rtitirttrtjti. TC 300O you
Lea Voyagers. He was a member of without a TORO I
the Tallahassee Rotary Club, and a Gas : enoughTrimmerCutter ,
Paul Harris Fellow, International I tlong
Christian Layman, a Fellow in the ," I i
Society of American Foresters, and LANDtCLEARING'DRIVEWAYS iI
a member of the Florida AgricultureHall if I
of Fame. He was a member of II
Trinity United Methodist Church in f
and served church : ,
Tallahassee, as a .I.'.. d' '"
trustee and on the administrativetIoard. hoAD GRAPIMG+
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Survivors include Charts Powell of'ensacola
Robert's Cash Feeds
and Sora Ann Gross of 4
Fairfax, Va.; a IOn, Clinton Coulter, 32% SUGALIK Liquid Feed rt'1
.,of Tallahassee and seven grand-I
IHrftn. I We also Have liquid Feed Tanks
,A memorial service was held FriI I
Meadowood Rlggins OFFICE : (904) 496-2390
1,Sept.23 at I II .
d Chapel.in Tallahassee.

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Jordan Crawford provide service to retarded citizens at Raiford

by Joe Gissy Employer of some 49 mentally prison system. Stanley Crawford all aspects of greenhouse and source of income. blossoms are sold to flower shops in
I:'I BCT Staff Writer retarded citizens this complex another retired prison horticulturist nursery operations. It is a non profit The complex provides a landscaping the area as a specialty product.
Located at the north side of the operates four greenhouses and a is the vocational Instructor.I organization, suported by the Stateof service throughout the area. Or- They engage in both wholesale
I"; town of Raiford on the roadto nursery and landscaping operation. The complex is assisted by three Florida through the Departmentof namental and foliage plants ornamental retail plant sales having many
SR-229i Health and Rehabilitative Ser and shrubs well garden and shops in the
Sanderson is Director of the operation is Ty Jordan green thumb workers who help in trees as as nursery
Complex of Raiford." retired horticulturist from the the daily supervision of the clients. vices. fruit trees are available to in- area as customers. They welcome
: Sponsored by the Union County Wages paid to the clients are dividuals for home use in addition to individuals to the site and encourage
School which derived from of the offices and businesses. sales to local patrons.At .
There Is often lass danger in thethings Board provides an Instructor proceeds opera
fear than in and teacher s aide the industrial tion. Plant sales and income from They have over 35,000 shrubs and this time of year they are busy
we the thingswe
I d.slr..lohn Churton Collins complex trains the clients in. landscaping jobs are the primary trees, both fruit trees and ornamentals potting about 10,000 hardwood trees
I .- .-"- r. '" __ and over 10,000 house plants on of several species, including oaks,
'M .4 l hand in the four greenhouses.In maples gums and sycamore to be
< I \, ,- the springtime the industiral used by the DuPont Co. in land
t --'----*- c-f**. ?- -i _r.. Cl.. complex markets annual flowering reclamation on its Trail Ridge mining -

I t r There are ancient dry river- channels on Mars; the largest are about 620 plants and vegetable plants. Orchid !. sites.
: Z i> miles long and over 100 miles wide.PHYSICAL .
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Vernon + THERAPYJERRY Blanding Fishing Ok'd

; FISHER. P.T.: Contract negotiations between the City regional office to obtain openingand

Reddish BY Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission closing times for the Camp
and Fla. National Guard to Blanding lakes.
The National Guard will notify the
keep the Camp Blanding Fish
For Your Management Area open to public access Commission one week in advance of
are nearing completion. all openings and closings for the
New or Used yy Early Fall Clearance Sale! However there will be some area.
changes in the future. "The Florida "This is another example of the
Auto Needs National Guard plans to build a Commission's and National Guard's
modern firing range in the Blue cooperation to ensure public usageof
ALL "LOREAL1 ALL "REVLON"Cosmetics Pond-Perch Pond vicinity; the area," Martin stated.
therefore access to those lakes will Martin urged all recreation par
I Products be eliminated when construction ticipants utiliflttg the area to assist
begins this fall," said Lt. Col. Larry the Commission in maintaining the
ORIAN WELLS'CHEVROLETOLDS Buy One 50C: to $1. OFF Martin, regional director for theCommission's area. Citizens can help by disposingof
northeast region. trash In a proper manner and
Get One FREE cost price "Additional restrictions on activities reporting all vandalism or wildlife
US 301 N 984 TSOn at Lowery and Magnolia and fishery law violations.The .
lakes be but fishing phone numbers to call for
may necessary
Most All Jewelry 2O% OFF will not be affected," Martin said. fishing information or to report
Martin reminds anglers that they violations are Jacksonville 353-6331,
SA\WYR Generic "REDKEN" Shampoos and can still call the Commission's Lake 353-4393 or toll free 18003428105.

Conditioners 25 % OFF Career Assistance Classes SetSanta

Many Fe Community College in but pre-registration is required.The .
RiH Into OtherItems TANNING BED Gainesville announces two-week purpose of this program is to

classes for which there is no charge.PREGNANCY assist men and women in Alachua
10 sessions $25. and Bradford counties who want to
develop a career re-enter the
25% OFF
workforce, or change careers. Services -

Umbrellas Buy one at $5.95 vocational offered and by: the career program assessment include,

Get one REECosmetice employability skills classes,
As a pregnant woman you may counseling and support groups job
The have questions concerning your search and job retention activities
Beautique health and that of your baby's. For and information on available com
Information call Tel'-Med at munity resources.
FragrancesTanning 417C Edwards Rd. Starke9644O77 OPEN: The first class began Sept. 14. The
964-4896 or 378-0007
Booth 9:30.6:001-P next three classes are scheduled for
Costume 9:302:00pmJewelry Oct. 12-23. Nov. 9-20 and Dec. 718.
Sat Interested persons should call

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;- 301 North of animals, stressing the need for compliance -
We feature just about Starke .964-4126
with local ordinances con-
every conceivable model, I :;:,- :::!ll J cerning the control as well as the

.. size and style hea'er to ---- -=-- .-, Come in and meet the newest member of the prevention of cruelty to animals.

match your needs.MICROWAVE. The Humane Society meets on the
S & W family. first Thursday of each month at 7:30:
p.m. in the First Presbyterianfellowship
hall across from Brad-
ford Hospital Visitors and new
OVENS Frank PattersonFrank members are always welcome. Individual -,
membership is $10, and
joins family memberships are$15. Active
FAMOUS NAME BRAND OVENS Buddy Dicandio workers are especially needed.

+ Gina Price lID Persons wishing to adopt animals
f may call Frank Brown, president of
(rerpnn I, Robert Shannon the society at 964-5183 or Margaret
11hirI ISo ti'' Richie, 964-4701.
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t OPEN!: Mon-Frl 8-6, Sat 8-4, Sun 10-3 11111 they drove off two shots were fired,

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PRICED FROM LORIDA open window of the rear door
and struck Mrs. Martin in the right
side of her forehead,as she was driving -
1 pEST away, looking back at the soundof
'ONTROL t i t I the first shot. The car travelled 35
TELEVISIONS to 40 feet,coming to a stop across the
5ar.lrar. 539 E. Call St. 1 964.5745 road ditch. Only then did the
passengers realize that Mrs. Martin
19" TO had been hit, according to Denton.
44"I COW MANURE The daughter hearing the shots,
I, Instant Plant Food ran to the car saw her mother was
For 5.5-Analysn wounded, and called the ambulanceand
Headquarters Sheriff's Mrs.
ur Weed & Odor FreeWon't Department.
fPC..Yo 4 ; Burn Martin was pronounced dead at the

Sot, Donald McNeal
of the gag
lawn the talk limit 3 Donald Ervin McNeal 50, of
your all winter long. Please Starke died Sept. 30 at the VA
nelghborhood Medical Center in Gainesville.
Services are scheduled Friday
iIYE S plant Rye Cat Rid of Oct. 2, at 10 a.m. in Johnson-Hayes
FROM l; 50i.b,9o9Plonis Chapel 311 S. Main Street,
228ee sfi. IJPia10ooosq Mob Crickets Nf11r1d. Gainesville. Burial will be in Antioch
1 1 399 Chlnoh Bncs "' Cemetery in LaCrosse.
only Grubs orhsr Born July 7, 1937 in Brooker
Mr.McNeal, a small engine
lawn tassel pssts10tb. mechanic was a life-long resident of
B lbs. seed for sgrq.ound the area. He was a member of the
S to i iFPC
GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATOR recommends 10 to 12 lbs. on bare Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
estoblished towns .Bog coven up Saints.
of qS a50005q.N. Survivors include his wife Jackie
3 633 McNeal of Starke; one son: Proctor
Industries largest 0 149 Oryb+ ".(-IT IrlCIIL.UmJIed McNeal of Starke; two daughters,
39 nee o9., Donna and Pat McNeal, both of
i top mount Refrigerator Starke; three sisters: Josephine
_. with crushed ice Crawford of Jacksonville Geraldine
: through the door. / Feu ONION Knight of Brooker and Jeanette
II /ewes Williams of Maryland; four
SETS brothers: Phillip McNeal of
Hors Red Jacksonville John McNeal of Archer
pre Whit.
$200 Nowt J.C.McNeal of Jacksonville,
-.. and Buddy McNeal of Palatka.
99< Johnson-Hayes Funeral Home of
FOR A BETTER LAWN NEXT SPRING ; Lb. Gainesville is in charge of ar-

90.Dey tofiNM ar iMMMtg*Option hem GE*r retail!purdMMi. FERTILIZE IT NOW rangements..

s : Dorman
3 WeD & Septic Tank. inc.
Sane &ee y da y 1f/id Sacuy cw Super plortf food contain primaries Wells .
q Vital ondoriet and organic plus
/ chelottd Iron. Ideal for lawns, Septic Tanks Lift Stations
lYE R' O.liv.ry and OOOv" Culverts Dozer Work
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Bag corns 1 | '/'*MinImum Call: Lex Jones 23 -6268 or

f 5000 sq.ft. V 1Ilro A" DNLrCOMPLETE 27S-2OO4
332 W. MADISON ST. e PH. 964.7701 Dwight Jones 275-2354

HOURS: 8A-SP Mon.-Frl-Cben Sat 9A-Noon "For all water& sewer

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ObituariesMrs. I
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.Carrie CrewsMrs. Olive officiating. Burial will be in dustry. J.L. Slade of Hampton Laker'; a Card of ThanksI :death of my husband Ed Holton. "
under the direc- Survivors include his wife Ive Special thanks to Dr. George ,
Carrie Agnes Wainwright Lawtey Cemetery daughter, Miss Joanne would like to thank my friends
tion of Jones Funeral Home of Eleanore S. Schoeneman of sisters Mrs. Gertrude Cruce, Mrs. Restea, Jones Funeral Home and r
and for visits cards
Crews, M, of Starke,died Saturday, relatives ,phone Crofton. 1
Rev. Thomas :
Starke. Melrose Gail M.Svobodaof
Sept.26,in Bradford Hospital follow- ; daughter, Sybil Griffis, and Mrs. Sandra Grif- calls and food during the illness and Katie Holton
extended Illness. Gainesville; son William A. fis, all of Lawtey, Mrs. Coy Cruce of
ing an Mrs. Mona BerggrenMrs. Schoeneman, Jr., of Gainesville or
Born March 9, 1893 in Folkston, ; Sanford and Mrs. Shirley Stalvey
Ga., Mrs. Crews was a longtime Mona A. Berggren, 83, of brother, Clinton Schoeneman of Lake Butler; three brothers,Clifton
resident of Bradford County. She Gainesville, died Tuesday, Sept. 29 Cape oral; and sisters, Alice Edmond and Bobby Rosier, all of
was a homemaker and a member of at her residence, following an extended Brown and Ruth Verity,both of Cape Lawtey.Funeral.
St. Baptist Church. illness. Coral, Fla.; and 4 grandchildren. services were held Monday -
Madison Survivors include two sons, Doyle Born Oct. 23, 1903 in Elwood, Indiana Graveside services will be held at Sept. 28 in Graham Baptist .I Shrimp, Catfish l,1tJ,
and Harold Crews, both of Starke; Mrs. Berggren was a 11 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 1 with Rev. Church with Rev. Alton Dobbs, Rev. All You Can Eat
twelve grandchildren, eight great- longtime resident of Gainesville.She Jamie Nell Hickman officiating. Bruce Cubbedge and Rev. Lonnie ::j' J
grandchildren, a niece and a was a homemaker and a member of Burial will be in Eliam Cemetery In Dobbs officiating.Burial was in San-
Community Church. Melrose under the direction of Jones ta Fe Cemetery, Hampton Lake,
nephew.Funeral Weekend Buffet (Fri & Sat. only
Funeral Home of Special
services were held Mon- Survivors include son, James W. Keystone. under the direction of Jones Funeral
day, Sept. 28 in DeWitt C. Jones Robinson of Melrose; sister, Mary Home of Starke. \
Mrs. Bertice Slade $6.75
Chapel in Starke, with Rev. Andy Alice Thompson of Lucas, Ohio; two ILeo's
Crews and Rev. Eddie Blalock of grandchildren and three great Mrs. Bertice Darline Rosier Slade, Manuel Techaira
ficiating. Burial followed in Conner grandchildren. 59, of Hampton Lake, died Friday, Manuel Wayne Wilkerson Restaurant & Lounge
Cemetery near Raiford under the Funeral services will be con- Sept. 25 in Bradford Hospital follow- Techaira, 5, died Sept. 27 in Guam BOO N. Tempi Avnu Stark
direction of Jones Funeral Home of ducted at a later date. Arrangements ing an extended illness. from injuries sustained after being
Starke. are being handled by Born Dec. 10, 1927 in Baker Coun- struck by an automobile. D8 .8801
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone ty, Mrs. Slade was a longtime resi- Survivors include his parents, "egu..r Buffet
Mr. Ed Holton Heights.Mr.. dent of Bradford County. She was a Manuel B. and Calleen M.Techaira, Lunch "_S.t 99 xo VV nerve Regular Menu Alto
Mr. Louell Edward "Ed" Holton, member of the Graham Baptist brother Jason,and sister Sheena,all Dinner Man-Thu !."...
.Jasper McKenzieMr. Church. She was a former elemen- of Guam grandparents, Manuel & OPEN.y....eekCO
83, of Starke, died Wednesday, Sept. ; AUIIIICAII!
23 in Bradford Hospital following a Jasper Lee McKenzie, 62, of tary school teacher at Raiford and a Rose Techaira of Guam, and LeonG. .Imsar IXFMSt Open for luneh:1130-3
( J VISA Mon-Thtv 1U3O-9
long illness. Hampton, died Tuesday, Sept. 22 at quality control worker at Starke and Diana Wilkerson of Lawtey. w 1'" MB Dinner Sat 11:30-10: doted
Born Aug. 30, 1904 in Madison, the Veterans Administration Uniform Manufacturing Co. Funeral services will be in Guam SundeyMOBILE ,
Fla., Mr. Holton moved to Starke Medical Center in Gainesville Survivors include her husband, October 10,1987.MORTGAGE :.-.:
two weeks ago from St. Cloud. He following an extended illness.A .
was a member of First Christian native of Bennettsville S. C'I etlalt -.
Church of St. Clpud, the Texas State Mr. McKenzie owned and operatedthe .
National Guard during World War Bargain Center of Starke for SVLONKERS
II, a retired Master Eiectrician several years. He was in the U.S.Ar.
(self-employed for 50 years) and a my from 194346. He was a memberof "
retiree from the City of Odessa, the Lawtey Lodge 189, Scottish \
Texas. Rite 32nd Degree, Morocco Templeand r
Survivors include his wife, Katie of the Holiness faith. I I
Williams Holton of Starke; two Survivors include his wife, Mrs. y F .
daughters, Nita Brasher & Stella Willie Mae McKenzie of Hampton; .Mna- Or/ON COMMM 1
Scarborough, both of Odessa, Tx.; five sons, Jasper of Jacksonville, 1 HOME CENTRAL AIR A T
brother, J.P. Holton of Tampa; 9 James, Lynn and Willie all of Starke
grandchildren and 8 great- and Michael of Hampton; four by A top notch: unit especially design
grandchildren.Funeral daughters, Diane Rathbun of Puerto Harold K. Davit n ed for mobile homes. Ask obout
services were held Satur- Rico, June Sweat of Anaheim, CA., Loan Office llfJU-HH-ffm/l. our no money down special.
day, Sept. 26 in DeWitt C. Jones Joyce Salvatore of Starke and Susan l5=:r=aLENDER 'Save SeXtifdAy lIItd R
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Chapel with Rev. Thomas Crafton Kelso of Jacksonville; his mother, 7
officiating. Interment was in Mrs. Carlee Prevatt Hargrove of STOCKTON WHATLEY DAVIN & COMPANY
Kingsley Lake Cemetery under the Raeford, N.C.; three sisters, Mary LICENSED
direction of Jones Funeral Home of Edward of Hampton, Margaret
105 N. W. 33 COURT .
Starke. Shimoto of Aila, Hawaii and Sarah 375-2950
Fields of Hamlet, N.C.; three GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA 32607
Mrs. Betty Jane Martin brothers, Hugh Hargrove of Red 332 W. MADISON ST. 0 PH. 964-7701 ,I

Mrs. Betty Jane Prevatt Martin, Springs, N.C., Everett McKenzie of PHA.VA Conventional Home Mortgage* Second Mortgage*
Laura Hill, N.C.,and James McKenzie -
of died suddenly Mon-
38, Lawtey
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of Cameron, N.C.; and 17 grand- I
day, Sept. 28, in Starke. children. -
Born June I, 1949 in Lawtey, Mrs.
Martin was a lifelong resident of Funeral services were held Friday ; ORIAN WELLS CHEVY OLDS i
Bradford County. She was a Sept. 25 at the Archie Tanner I I
waitress and a member of the Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. :_; 7 i
Gene Bass officiating. Burial followed
Church Survivors of God.Include her husband, in Crosby Lake Cemetery under USED CAR DEPT. HWY301 N.
the direction of Archie Tanner
Kenneth H. Martin of Lawtey; two Funeral Home of Starke. 964-7500 Starke
daughters, Robbie Carter of Starke
and Nancy Cavanaugh of Lawtey;
son Phillip Carter of Starke; three Mr William SchoenemanMr. =- _. a _. -.& _-. ___ _... ---, ...,......
brothers, Phillip Prevatt and William Albert Schoeneman, :. xV = .. j= :; :. i :;; :. i J3 2 .;; j= ; T; T; s- ;
Michael Southerland of Starke and Sr., 74, of Lake Winnott in Melrose, -1 :- : H 1- I. ;;; .. ;;; ;;; .J.,;..
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Patrick Southerlaud of Raiford; died Tuesday, Sept. 29 at his S = J 3 - \.J -
-- -- - - - j
sister Alma Jean Wilkerson of residence following a long illness.
Born March 16, 1913 in Long
Lawtey; and parents, Rowell and _
Island, N.Y., Mr. Schoeneman mov- = = s
Wordna Prevatt of Lawtey. iiiif .. -
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ed to Melrose in 1956. He was a
be held
Thursday Funeral, Oct.services 1 at Airpark will Baptist Methodist and a retired General .. .... 1 La. ... -. .- ,

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CLASSIFY ADVERTISING should be*ubmilled m"
a the Bradford leather Interior premium sound 205 N. Temple, Stork1Cecelia
U-MOVO ITI 1981 liberty 14x52. completely > County system, elec. seat, excellent OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and IL
Telegraph office In writing and paid Inadvance wooded .
reconditioned. Front kitchen 2 transportation. 4995. Can be finance dry lot Mobil. home, cabin, '-
BR. 1 both $2,500.qu1ty and assume .lObIlshed unl.ss with this credit I* already ed. See at 135 W. Call St.. or call John camping O.K. Hunting and fishing. Terwlll ar I
$2.000 balonc. MUST SELL. 7823861. office. $5.450 w/ISO dn., $63.71 monthly s
TF \
TFm| THE TELEGRAPH STAFF' CANNOT 1C 1972 9646305.DODGE VAN ha built-in bed In ((904)) 236-4579 days ((904)) 622.24311.v. .....NEW LISTINGS..... ,
NEW B. USED MOBILE HOMES. Coil Roy HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN seat. Good condition. 318 automatic ... 2/12 tfnREPOSSESSED GREAT LOCATION Good frontage Hwy 100W and Hwy 225.40 plus acre: :
Well at AtW Mobil Horn.. 964-4407 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD B TAKEN OVER $750.468.1831.9/24 4tchg 10/15 HOMES from Gov't from EXCELLENT NEIGHBORHOOD Palm St., 3/2. brick new roof. carport.
or 964.6408.8/14 tlnrw THE TELEPHONE. feel CHEVY CITATION 4 speed. 2 door, $1 plus repoirs/toxe Throughout n.w Carrier heat pump, large screened porch utility shed extra lot. i
.i 24 X 40 DOUBLEWIDE all ..t up In Olln't Classified deadline I.I TUESDAY. hatchback good condition. 9644464. Flo./Nationwide! Also tax properties. LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS. PRIVACY. PRICED RIGHT!! Keystone. beautiful
I, Subdivision. R.ody to mov Into. NOON prior to Thursday publication. Itchg lOll 2164533000. ext. H5117. Itpd 10/1 Spanish tyle home, 3450 sq. ft., 10 acre, sprinkler ystem, 4 BR. 2V4 bo i,
t 13800. Financing available. Call Clanif 5:00 P.M.led display deadline is TUESDAY 1972 FORD TRUCK wheel drive, need FORECLOSURE HOMES: from $1 on up formal LR. fully equipped kitchen Ig. FR, brick fireplace patio. pool cell-
,I' 964.5606.6/11 tfnchg Special Classified displclyplacement some work. Mak.offer. 9644358.924 and local tax delinquent properties, Ing fan, 2 car garage, new roof zoned Agrl., 2 assum. mtg*.. ALL FOR
2 DOUBLEWIDE REPO'St Guarontsd.Minimum
Financing 10/1 Call 18005419474. Also' op.n sven $135.0001 '
available. Call 1.272.0625 charge for classified ads i 2tchg
collect tfn
1978 d. VIII. Blu. Ings. lOll 2tpd 108VACATION CONSOLIDATED HOME B. OFFICE OR APT comfortable
2 15 words for $3.50 then IS CADILLAC Coupe : Cozy > 2 BR. 2 Ba
payment each word thereafter. with white leather Int.rlor. $1500. brick, 2424 sq. ft. on S acr... Intercom central vac.CH1A ceiling fans, attic
Low Call
coll.ct. tfn payment. 1-272-0650 9645139. 9/24 2tpd lOll RESORTS OR fan fully equipped kitchen enclosed porches. Buck stow 436 ft.garage .
170 MECHANIC SPECIAL 78 Dodge Colt. 2 616 sq. ft. separate office or opt. Lawtey area.
431.1050.81:10: 6tchg 10/1 : door engine needs work. A* I I. $ISO CROSBY LAKE LOT 100 ft. on water edge, 19800.
HOMES cash See at Shady Oak Cam -BE THE FIRST IN LINE Deerwood S/D. luxurious, brick 3 BR. 3 bo, formal
MERIT 4 BR, 2 Bo d.lux., low COTTAGES, Fully furnished.
down payment 11.49% at ALONE Call BRINGING PEOPLE pgrounds. South US 301, from 2-8 p.m. weakly monthly rate Also mobile Dally, living room fireplace, screened porch, enclosed garage. pool fenced and
TOGETHER) Starke' most Itchg lOll landscaped $105.000A
$259/month. UNCLE ROY'S MOBILE respected home
park for r.nt, and homes
HOMES 904.351.8514.9/104tchg 10/1 dating service since 1977. All ages including TOYOTA LAND CRUISER Jeep type. for sale. MT.space VIEW RESORT, U.S. 64E, TOUCH OF CLASS new brick 3 BR 3 Ba. Mimosa Dr.. off B......t Rd.
metal door hard RVT
BRIGADIER 3 BR 2 Ba den 11.49% at senior citizen top. new Good Highlands Rd., Franklin N.C. ((704)) Gorgeous, custom drapes throughout plush carpeting beautifully designed
1-8OO-648-4401. tfn radial. lust painted, $2500.
$279/month. Deluxe kitchen with f
throughout. UNCLE shape. 1981 Dahum 4x4, AC. $1900. 5244605.11 tfnchgMOTORCYCLES everything enclosed garage, flr.place with heatllotor
ROY'S MOBILE 90000. Hav.
HOMES to see to appreciate I > r
904-351-8514. 9/10 4tchg 10/1 R.V.S CAMPERS 964-8101. Itpd 10/1 WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET 436 Polk St., Rldgowoy.tnalldo. 2 "
1983 CHEVY VAN conversion,
LIBERTY 3 BR, 2 Ba. 14x80. low down BR, 2 Ba, stove, central
TRAVEL TRAILERS high roof. loaded, 8000. 7823449. refrlg heat AC unit Flo. room;carport, utility
payment 11.49% at $169/month. UNCLE bldg. fenced. Owner will finance.
ROY'S MOBILE HOMES.904351.8514.9104tchg101 Itctvg 10/1 .....
1976 FORD LTD $800. Good condition 1978 HONDA 750cci automatic transmission
19M CLOSE OUT:5% 26 FT.SOUTHWIND motorhome for sale AC. cruise control AM/FM. 964-7514. fairing and travel trunk included. THOMPSON ST.: 11.362 sq. ft., brick ENTERPRISE ZONE. Benefit
easy credit. 1978. $ 964-6213. Itpd 10/1 301 N: I.Sacre., MH hook-up 2 bldgs
3 and 2 bedroom. Full warranty a* low Itchg 1011 $500. 473-4508. Itpd 10/1 240"on30l.grootvolue 37.000
301 N by Econo lodg.165.01' 301
on $120.000
as $139 month. UNCLE ROY'S MOBILE
HOMES 904.351.8514.9/104tchg 10/1 BUSINESS 301 N: opproxlmat.ly 150'x approx.220' $125.000
REPO'St Assume payment, doubl. and OPPORTUNITIESOWN 301 N: Dairy Qu..n Building lease option? $ 93.000
.Ingl. wldes. A. low a* l39/month. 301 193'301: frortag. $ 85.000
Fr. credit check. UNCLE ROY'S 301 and Washington Street 262.5 105' $ 91.500
MOBILE HOMES 9043518514. 9/10 YOUR OWN APPAREL or shoe AcceIerare 301 S: 270 ft. on 301, approx. 2 acre*.

4tchg 101UNFURNISHEDa tore. choose from: JoonIIodi. ____-, ; DC. .....ACREAGE....
40 ft.. 2 Bedroom. .* apparel, mans, children/mater RD. 100 EAST: 1.37 acres, wooded and plotted $ 7.000
1000. 964-7493. 9/24 TF pity large sits petite, 105th AVE., LAWTEY: 2 Vi acre*cleared $ 8.000 '
FACTORY DIRECT Fleetwood home. dancewear/oerobtc. bridal lingerie : 964-4544 : HAMPTON 438 acre*.This prop.rtyhasw.rything $438.000 '
old wholesale In Jacksonville at FACTORY accessories store. Add color analysis.
LAWTEY 5 105th
: ocr.*. Ave.,good Investment $13,000
open 7 OUTLET.day. 783.4607.9/24 9800 Normandy TF Blvd. Healtex.Brand: Levi Liz, lee Claiborne.Camp Beverly Gasoline.Hills 1520 s. Walnut St. RD 100 E:12 acre plus fish pond.wid.op.n spaces $ 26.000

HIGH AND DRY wooded I acre lots with St MKhele. chat Outback Red. I () FLUME RD.:9 acres loin.Country Club.Condos?Tim Share? $49,000
I (Hwy. 301 S.) m SR 16 WEST: opprox. 7 acres
doublewlde. Fully developed |(ut south Genesis. For nza. Organically Grown : $ 13.000
of Orange Pork on 21. No money downon Over 2000 others. Or $13.99 one price Starke. FL RIVER: beautiful acres, river frontage $ 13.000
land, 5% down on home. Payment designer multi tier pricing discount or LAURA CHURCH RD.. 40 acres, 1970 MH. 2 barns
vary. Call Bill. 272-0650. 9/24 2tcng family shoe .tor.R.roils prices Wayne E. Douglas MSA 3 wells, farrowing pen $ 75,000
10/1 unbelievable for quality shoes normally Designated PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.: 20.16 acr., 3 well.
BEAUTIFUL 28x80 Doublewlde, 2128 sq. priced from $19 to $80. Over 250 Appraiser 2 septic tanks 2 pole*, owner finance $ 50.000
ft. of quality !'10m.. Set up and brads 2600 style.$14.800 to$26.900: / Homes/ Lots / Or will split each $ 27.000
delivered on your ills. Only Inventory training fixture, grand / Acreage Waterfront BROWNLEE: 36.43 acre*, owner finance,great location 82.332
$475/month. Alto have land available. opening airfare etc. Can open 15 ./ Farms */ Commercial BAYLESS HWY: 50 ocr.., frame home 8 egg form
Call Bill. 272.0650.9/24 2tchg 10/1 day. Mr. loughjin ((612) 8884228. Itpd Owner finance "eggs-octly"what you need $250.000
I ROBINS & ROSES Large Living Area w/Flreplace. .....HOMES.....
I 3BR. 2BA. Family Room CH/A. Swimming Pool 41 STARKE: Bright airy 1240 Blandlng St.. Mint condition newly

| Acres of Pasture. & Wooded remodeled Immediate occupancy 1720 sq. ft.,
Areas. Fenced &
CH&A 4 BR, 2 Ba, gr.at room fenced f ,
94-1931 #454: 3BR. Ito like new. conveniently Cross Fenced. 32x36 Cypress barn Well & Septic. extra closets, tool shed $ 44.000

9 473-309. located. 26000. QUIET & PEACEFUL 5BR/2BA Brick. ChI A. Split MENG DAIRY ROAD:4/2.2 story, 12 acre $85.000

1453: Brick home. 5 acres Floor Plan Fireplace large Kitchen w/Lots of Cabinet SAMPSON LAKE: 3/2.1985DWflr.plac.highlot SO.COO
Melrose I Space. Utility Room. Garage. 1 Acre. EDWARDS LOOP: 3 BR, 2 Ba. 1 OC'., let' go country $ 62.000
area. ALVAREZ COURT: 2 Bit, 1 Ba, landlord off your payroll $ 20,000
STROUT REALTY 1396: 20 acres zoned mobile CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES 3BR/3BA Brick FRANCIS ST 3 BR, 1 Bas CB privacy fence in back $ 33.000

I Incorporated home park 2 bedroom home. Formal Living & dining Rooms. Family Room. Large ORANGE AND PRATT: 2/1 frame handyman1: dream 25.0OO

Ilea Real Estate Broker 1375: small mobile park plus I 2 eat-In Kitchen. Screened Porch & BBQ Grill CH/A, BROOKER. 3/2 brick and frame. Shady Oak S/D.extra lotSMJIOO: .
rental homes. 4 acres. Swimming Pool. Guest House w/Bath. VA Assumable MENG DAIRY RD.: 2.25 ocre. 3/1 CB. CH/A. so near $ 40.00O .
LAKE CANAli 2 BR>,1 I.'CH/A.fro"'.- -
838 N. Temple Ay*. 1374: Day care business full [ Mortgage. 4 Nice Lots. S 41.000
.....LOTS.... '
(U.S. Hwy. 301)) capacity. COUNTRY LIVING 2BR/2BA Block. Large LAKEFRONT lots and lok. access lot

Stork, Fl 32091 We Have Rentals Living-Dining Area. Family Room Kitchen Prices range from $ 9.000to' 21.000

Both Residential& CommercialSusan w/Breakfast Room. Garage. 3 Acres. COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES: 2 lot, Acre each S7.500toS 8.500
TWO STORY CEDAR Buy and Complete This KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE:2 lot* $ 4.500
CROSBY LAKE Lot 2 Make Offer
5BR/3BA Home. Living & Dining Utility. Large Front WASHINGTON A CHERRY: : 2 lot $ 17.000
$ 8
& Back Porches. 7.6 Acres. WINDING TREE OOO
LAKE: Lot 246. Florida Frontier $ 15.000After
NORWEIGIAN BRICK 3BR. 2BA. Dining/Kitchen Hour

Combo. CH/A. Range & Refrt. Carpet. 1200 S/F. Well Pauline Randolph T64.ttvn
& Septic. 1.5 Acres. John Longford Master Appraiser 496-2291
LAKE PRIVTLEDGES Ann. TerwIIUgar Nelson 47S-7S4I
3BR/2BA Block. ChI A. Randy Cory
Drapes & Carpet 1416 S/F. Large Lot. 47S-2S97

OUT OF TOWN 3BR/ 1/2 BA Brick Ch/A. Range '

& ,ctrl. WeD & Septic. 4fl

r CLOSE TO SCHOOL 3BR/1 1/2 BA Block. Dining ,

Kitchen Combo. Central Heat. Nice Lot.


Porches. WeD & Septic. 1.72 Acres. .


M. Faulkner. GRt. CRB PRESIDENT _
( FOR RENT by the night, week or month.


L.ocatedHwy.301.2 Bike S.SR.1DO. 221 W. Lafayette Street 10 ACRES Pecan Crave Metal Bam Well A Septic.2 Power Poles,Fenced.
1 ACJlE.Hwy 100 W.Zoned for Mobile Home.
2 CITY LarS Northea JJjro
*REDUCED S2t,000: 6 okra, several buildings, on property with studio apart .
m.nt S office building. 10 Acre*-13th Sued.NE.Pecan Crave. .

*HOUSE ft 6 FURNISHED APARTMENTS all units are rented. Approx. 1 acre. LAKE GENEVA-Large lot-on the waierl .
Call for a showing. IOU ACRES Northeast Aladiua, County.
*NICE 1 3/4 ACRE build home or put mobil.home paved rood owner finance 10 ACRES-South day County.Retidemial-AgriculturaL .

Ing. LAKE LOTSCrosby A Sampson Lakei,Owner
*NICE 24 ACRE OF LAND Financing. Xr
partially in 1 balance
large stocked fish pond. nke JJt*4.55 ACRES-Near Graham Zoned for mobile tomes.
*500 FT. ON PAVED ROAD mostly pasture, fenced, lovely building site with ClJ'YLarS-OD Hwy. 16 W.2 block from 301.
pecan oak t._.. LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast Section of City.

*CHERRY STREET 2 story house and 2700 sq. ft. versatile CB building. HWY 301 SOUTH Acre near Barium Beach 210 Ion Hwy.

*BRICK VENEERi :3 BR. 2 Bath over 3/4 acre CHA. appro 2300 sq. ft.,fenc HWY 301 SOUTH 2 Separate Parcels.: Good business locations. 4 W
ed. utility house, close to town. COMM.BLDC.-Appro*. 15,000 SF floor space. k
*OVER ONE ACRE nice o.eo. out past hospital with well and s.p$ c. tr TOU taHSiM oit Uwu UTATBV OK xamoe UIATCD
*8.6 ACRES Beautiful wooded land with appro 5OP Irontoge on 301 N. MAU TOUR NEXT eror AT ACCELCBATCO Walnut Street 4

*REDUCED comm.rclal building only 1 M yr.old.3,000 sq. ft..2 office units t 2 across from post office Starke I 0
workshop area with boy door*, fenced. _
*HWY. 301 N.I I 154 ocre. approx. 200 frontage..

*BRICK VENEER :3 BR 1'A bath on Clark St.. only 4 yr*. old.
*LOOKS GOOD over 100 year old. remodeled 2 story with nice trees t land- -
scoped ,a.d. Only 32500. 1 rr HOMES IN COUNTRY.

*4 BEDROOM :3 bath, large lot.ossumoblo mtg. (if qualified). Let us show -ONE OF THE FINEST
this home today. $54.900. built on :3 acre.of manicured land on a
paved road with a side access 49900.
*LARGE LOT nice large master bedroom. :3 BR. 1 bath only $33.500. JUST REDUCED
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Hwy 301 S. Call for details. homes on 2.9 acre*, good Investment. $".000.
*2460 COMMERCIAL BUILDING has 2 equipped mobil. home 2 OWNER SAYS GET OFFERi doublewlde. 10 acre of good.lor 47.0OO..
Hwy 301 S. Ready mode Income. acre 964-4522 MOBILE HOME 119 PIUS ACRESt Private, but only 10 mint m Starke.3/2

*GRAHAM all this for $36.000: 3 BR. 1% bath. CB < Brick veneer on nice 1 ARKS FLr MOBILE doublewide HOME with large open country porch on 19 acre* of i ... privacy. ;
acre, chain link fence utility building. tr 2.5 WITH ADDITION! built on plus many extra South of S....on

**IN BUY TOWN OR LEAS Only PURCHASE 26.000: 4 BR. 1 bath. 2 utility Wdos.. kitchen equipped. ,fces: t&.lSifj#, -A SPECIAL acres. $32,500 BUVi 2BR.with 1 owner b. CH financing.&A. on major highway. 26500.
Country living. 3 ocre., 3 2 I
BR. baths nestled -IMMACULATE mobile
und.r oak A pecan tree*, large workshop home. 3/1. CHAA, on 1 acre.:
*HWY. 16 West Ho. H FINANCED Immediate occupancy 2 M on 1 beautiful acre. $15.000.
Immaculate, 3 u
BR. 2 bash 24x64
custom built. CRYSTAL
Fireplace. room addition kitchen AREAi need lot of apace? Over 2,000 sq. ft. In Mil* better than
equipped workshop garage fruit tree*. -H new brick home.:
Owner will consider financing. ; BR. 2 Ba CHCA on 2 lot*. 110000.

*HWY. 100 W B3 Acres ,less than $1.350 per acre. [ LAWTEY AREAi 3/2 CB. CH4A opprox. 1500 sq. H. on 1 acre. $53.000.

*LAKE BUTLER 40 acres, only $675 per ocre.: on river.Comiiieiclal LAKE LOTS 'LAND BUILDING SITES
Rci l tai* tiltTHIf \* I -1I ACRESi On SR 16 t Morgan Rood. Sell. motivated.
*Residential Rental Available S -2 LOTS CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITESi $8,80010 both.
{ | KINCSLSY LAKE VILLAGE 2 lots for $3,300.
Call one of our Professionally trained WEEKS SPECIAL BUY ONE LOT ON BROOKLYN LAKE COVEl Beautiful beach $30.000.
r LAKE LOTS on Sampson lake.

!j staff today at: -location.ISASC WITH 3 M.OPTION 2 to TO Mm Exceptional brick home In absolutely the best SAMPSON CITY ARIA Deer hunting I I. good on ml. 13 acre*. Heavy t...........
over ft.
r lot. sq. living area, doubl.lIO.ag.. CH/A,, 120x300'HOMES Close to Sampson Lake, 32000. Owner Financing.
t 9645069or COUNTRY CLUBt Building lots from$6.500. Some with owner financing."

ALMOST NEW CONTEMPORARYi Immaculate! 75 ft. lakefrant. $108.000.
.REALTOR ASSOCIATES EVENINGS COUNTRY CUW on 1'A acre. 3/2. all brick sunken living room fireplace, cell- BRICK HOME many extra*. 75 ft. of whit..dv beach: only 87000.
.. Irene L Faulkner-. 994-5142 IB Ing to window, many extra 79500. Assume.S 3/4% mtg. -2-STORY, 3 BR. 2 Ba. CH&% dock f boathoute. 115000.
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$14.99 per month. CoIl 964-494. tfn 13 ACRESi (.'/ acres cleared, rest In CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub- Ht MOBILE HOME FOR SALE HELP WANTED Evenings < Weekends." I
NEWSPAPER PlATESl Aluminum. ,, CHAIN LINK FENCE YARD with 2 BR, 1 goad tlm......). 2 BR mobile home used mltted to the Lake Region Monitor office 2BA on 2.3 ocr... 3 mi. from 3BR Apply at Wharton Food Mart between I
M.osures 243o-25 cents-'.Great Bath, conv. located home ome appliance as 9 rental at entrance of property. In writing and pold In advance Gainesville city limits, fireplace, 10 a.m. 2 p.m. Monday through Friday
far patching and repair TELEGRAPH. *. HOUSE FOR RENT tat and Several money-making pecan trees unless credit Is already established shingled ,roof masonite elding 10X20 SR 21 t 100.
135 W. Call St. 964-6309. last mo rent and damage deposit. around mobile horn. 28000. You :>: with this office.MONITOR porch.. 12X12 shad 20X30 partially EARN EXCELLENT MONEY ,In home
AURA NAY r..w boy. $25. Delivery READY TO MOVE INs 24x40 ft.. 1986 Finance.Call fot appt.964-6305 days or STAFF CANNOT BE HELD finished car port $14,000 down assembly work.Jewelry,toys I others.FT .
owoI........All hay In bam.7 miles West mobile home an 2.19 ocr.* withossumobl 964-6493 after 6 p.m. TFlo RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN finance balance of SI9.500. 1.37..8306. PT avail. CALL TODAY I
of Stark en ltd. 16. Jimmy GaM...... .mortgage. Florllend Realty LOt IN CITY $6,000. Call ....5764; after CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Itchg 10/1 1-518-459-3546 (Toll-refundable) DEPT
96*- 3S6. 0/27 TFchg an N. Temple A_., V..... P. Odom. S, call 964.5251. 3/07 tfn THE TELEPHONE. MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 2BR and 3BR B3339A 24 HRS. 3 GAS STOVE 36 inch. $75. Phone Broker. -7700.1t 964-5684.9/2417 2 I.. 1 RA wish 2-car garage.Perfect for Into 10 acre or more tracts.....7771 or Thursday publication. County, low very down Cloy 4737951. Itchg 10/1
UMEIOCK. PILL SANDS hauled. and retired couple. Easy walking I dl.t_.' 964-.537.511. TFchg Minimum charge I.15 words for$3.50 16592269. 2tchg 10/1-10/8 payment. AIRLINES/ NOW HIRING Reservatlonlsts,
.p,...... 782-3172. Alton Taylor. to new hopping center. 29999. Call MOBILI HOMI LOTS on. acre and up. then 15 cent for each word thereafter. flight attendants and ground crew
Lowtey. .12417 9645606.30 tfn Several locations. Some with hookups THREE BEDROOM 2 bath Mobil. Home".0 positions available.Call 16195656492for

PIANO FOR SAUl Wanted: '.........ble GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1.00 (U all with EZ terms. Ralph Bryan on 2 ocr... Keystone Hts. Equity$1,000 details. 24 hr*. Stpd 10/1-10/15
party to anuma small month payments Repair). BUY DIRECTI! Repot, tax SEIZED Realty. 964-6208. 9/24 TF negotiable and take over payments. MATURE LADY NEEDED-to sit 9 yrs. and
on piano. See locally. Coll manager properties. Call TODAY for fact. INVESTORS A REALTORS Orang. 8 PERSONAL SERVICES Call anytime 4851950. Itchg 10/1 2 yrs. old girls' In our house. Evening
6182U1306.yr.:: ..n.. 9/24 3tpd 10/8 1-518-459-3546. Ext. "'-3371 (Toll Refun Lafayette property.Widows need quick hours t overnight. Possible 2 nights
OMAN KM SALES Assume small man- dable). 24 hr*. 9/17 3tpd 10/1 trade for smaller place. Call only 1-4 per week, twice per month.
My payments ono beautiful eleetrie THREE BEDROOM FRAME hou... 4 mile p.m. for appointment. Bring your off.,. PRESSURE WASHING Hou..., mobile MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT Reference required. 4751201. 2tchg
organ with all modern accessories. South of StartLe at ITT Rayonler's hood- 94.5472.Itchg 101PERSONAL homes, pools, deck, sidewolks. Freeestimates. 10/1-10/8
Can bo Man locally. Call Manager quarter Cash price a* I*. To be Call Rob 473-3590. 3/5 MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 2BR. IB A, FAITH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH needs
904-785-$364. 9/24 2tpd 10/1 removed from site within 90 days. SERVICESWANT tfnchg fenced-ln yard furnished. Private area two mature Christians who love
I NINE BCEMVCS with new queer Best 964-7962 work hour*. 964-5871 homo LAWN MOWING Trimming edging $270. 475-5664 after 6 p.m. 2tchg children and hove experience In childcare
i hour 9/24 Call The Lawn Barber. 473-3590. FreeEstimates.
2tpd 10/1 9/24-10/1
offer. 9647910. 9/24 4tchg 10/15 TO DRINK to manage our nursery program
I SEVERAL ITEMSi sleeper sofa/table and THREE FRAME HOUSES for sola: One 4 HATS YOUR BUSINESS 3/5 tfnchg FOR RENT 3BR, 2BA. doublewlde during Sunday School and Church. If interested -
f matching choir S65O: baby bed w/mat- SR. one 3 I.. and one 1 BR. Need WANT TO STOP CARPET CLEANING C I B Carpet aUphelst.ry ((24X60)) in Oak Forest $275 SIOOdepo.it. contact Mrs. Probyn at
ITOM $125: Soon lOhp riding mower, repair. All three 95000. Located at THATSOURSAlcoholic. truck mounted deep NO PETS.282-6051. Itchg 10/1 473-1721 between 8 a.m. to I p.m.
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need work or ports only moke off... 315 N. Walnut. 9648404. 9/24 3tchg .Anonymous .steam.'I mot... 7/30-10/15 actlo. 4737770. Free MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 2BR.lnglld. Monday thru Thursday.9/17 4tchg 108CNAMILSS' ..
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964-4602 after 5 and 3BR doublewide. Clay
p.m. 2tchg 10/8 1644130.964.6219pd .
HANDYMAN SPECIALS 2 BR frame JET SKI REPAIR good service. lowprice ....
ORGAN KM SALE Assume mail monthly on a thru 10/29 County CH/A very cl. NO PETS.
beautiful Could *. Ask Jimmy or Steve on Sot. or .
( handle 16592269.
acre. additional
on 2tchg 10/1-10/8
payment on a 1987 electric CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free Sun.
organ with all mottetn hou...) W. Mark.t Road. ..lImo'... 475-3282. 4tpd 10/1-10/22 MOBILE HOMES ;
accessories. Handy-Man Fence Co. HOME REPAIRS small FOR RENT 473-2566. MOBILE
$13.000. specializing: In HOME
904-785-8364.Can be Men locally. Call Manager hchg 10/1 Ralph Bryan Realty 9646208. Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559 tfn lob. Very reasonable 'a.... K.W. 10/1 2tchg 10/8 .
hpd 10/1 S FAMILY APARTMENT HANDYMAN carpentry painting electrical Weak 4730200. Itchg 10/1
USED ROPE TRACTOR with accessories: HOUSES In compl.t. hem ,.pal,. TRANSPORTI37M212I
42" rotary mower. 10' plow. electrical Storka. 100x100 ft. lot. $10,000 yearly Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor HOME IMPROVEMENT repairs, additions HOMESLAKE
cultivator' ... sweep. 782-3674 or Income. Asking 27500. 9648071. RB0049306( Call Mitch. 473-3940. 1/9tfn or complete building. 30 years
782-369O. Itchg 10/1 10/1 2tchg 10/8 LAWN SERVICE for residential and com experience serving Bradford and Clay WINNOTT COTTAGE PLUS RENTAL ..1IOV1NQI
BESSENT lOADs 3 BR. 2 both attractive Counties. 473-4018. 5/28 tfn
WATER CONDITIONERS Like new mercial. Reasonable rates. Free $72,500. 1-737-6256. Itehg 10/1
brick home two FLOOR SAGGING? Door ? I li I THROUGHOUT/
on acres Dragging
Culligan Culliorb automatic conditioner city gas ..tlmot... 9644238. 7/16 tfnchgrun
fenced yard, double House out of level?? LaRue SOUTHEAST
garage. 964-6808. leveling
completely roMrviced in ........ ACREAGE
$400. 7823419. Itchg 10/1 Itpd IO/I ervice for oil your foundation repairs, COMPUTE
RICKS SALVAGES 301 North. Used HOME FOR SALI In Saratoga Height 3 first of month 4737721. 7/9 tlnchg TEAM DOWNS
I........... 85 each 2x10x17. $5.30.0: 3 BR. 2 Bath CH/A. 964-7963. Itchg 10/1 GLORIA'S every MUSIC HOUSE (Studio) COMPLETE HOME REPAIRS carpentry.polntl..g. $.7 ACRES IN OAK FOREST Coll SETUP
electrical 17787380. 4tpd 10/1.10/22 _ _
doors. Iff h 12'wide. Lessons Guitar
garage x $3SO : Banjo Electric Bass -
everal file REAL ESTATE Reasonable 'a.... Licensed contractor, SMAUKACSDOZEHWOftX.
ea.; cabinets. desks metal Instructors Richard K.llogg & Gloria ;
part sh.lv.s, wood cabinet, OUT OF AREA Bryant. Call Now 10 a.m. :2 p.m. ((904)) TFchg RB0049306.( Call Mitch 4733940. 8/20 YARD SALES 1 .
counter*, various. home trailer $12O9. 9648120. Itfem INSURED
Heater--ga electric oil. Ued _
walk-in cooler minis market for sale' by owns Good road power COMPLETE HOME REPAIR: carpentry Ponce Do Leon, In Keystone Club
gloss door reach in cool. Stock cart. and phone/ are already In, mobile. ..V.or painting electrical plumbing. RAT Buy sell and trade collectible Estates. Sat. t Sun. 8 a.m. until 6 p.m.
Pallet lack. $250 -' Woodworking home O.K. E-Z term*. Coll Jim Reasonable ,at... Licensed contractor Item and antiques. Used furniture, Itpd 10/1
equipment, electric motor and sup. Campen. 704-684-2691 eve*.'10/1 6tpd RB0049306. Mitch 4733940. 8/20 TFchg glassware, jewelry and much more. SALE Park of the Palm., Frl. Oct. 2, 9 '
pl ea. more.Come ee or call 9645184. 11/5 DO YOU NEED TO WORK but cant Come see for yourself. One mile east a.m. 4 p.m., Sot. Oct. 3, 9 a.m. FOR RENT
frpd IOIGOOSENECK because: of high cost of child care? I am of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. noon. Building 217 Maranatha Road.
TRAILER:6% ft. x 30 ft.tri- ANIMALS & PETS Christian woman that wants to h.lp. 473-2183. 3/5 tfnchg Freezers, prelector. screen, 1200 Sq. Ft. Bldg.
axle trailer. 964-6166. ffchg 10/1 Call 782-3462.: 9/10 TF BROWN'S FLOORING CARPET AND miscellaneous household articles. Itpd Ideal for Repair Shop
Pick. May have whit. 964-5630 after 5 964..758.9/17 4tchg 10/8 and repairs. All work guaranteedand GARAGE SALE -$ot. only' 9 a.m. -noon. $200 per monthAt
p.m. Itchg tO/l 4 BRAHMA BULLS purebred, $500 Cash. LET GEORGE DO IT 11 George's Remodeling priced to save you mon.,. 5853 Whit. Sands Lake Rd.. 352 to Rear of
John Reddish 9646565. offer S p.m. and Handyman Service. Carpentry 473-7933. 8tpd 8/27-10/13 Whit. Sands Lake Rd.. turn left. Itchg I
: sizes with 10/1 Mosley
9/l04tpd10/1 electricol. plumbing til., home
and crochet br_dr. Eunice*. $15 and up. Come in FREE KITTENS to good home. 911 W. repairs. Both and kitchen remodeling, WANTED GARAGE SALE Fri. i Sat., Oct. 2 A 3. 9 On US 301 South
Nurery. 2 miles Pratt St.. 964-4288. 10/1 3tchg 10/15 general maintenance. No job too a.m. 4:30 p.m. NO EARLY BIRDS. Off
North of Lawtey on 301. hpd lOll 100 west turn Jr. Food Store Into See Lynn atLynn'
FREE KITTENS 1 gray I light orong. small. Low hourly ro'... All workguaranteed.
AUCIA HAYs Freh cut. $25 a roll. All WANTED USED JET SKIS AND PARTS Keystone Oaks, follow Electric
hay under barn. 7.......from Stark on 964-6692 healthy, after playful 5 p.m.need Itpd good 10/1 home LAWN MAINTENANCE. 964-6359.mowing 9/24 2lpd edging 10/1 ask Jimmy or Steve on Sat. or Sun. hedger, freezer, rowing signs.machine. HO Body Shopor

Hwy. 16 toward prison. 964-6167 or and trimming Call Wayne, 9646131. 473-3282. 4tpd 10/1-10/22 train, slot' car, toys clothes, lamps call McDougall
782.'S121.6I. 9/24 3tchg 10/8 WANTED TO RENT 3BR or 4BR house In furniture, and mor. Itpd 10/1
BOATS TELEPHONE SERVICES Installation and Keystone Heights. 964.4674 or after 5 YARD SALE 5455 County Rd. 352. Gator 1-904-786-8989

WATERFRONT PROPERTY repair, telephones and equipment p.m. 473-0618. Itpd 10/1 Bon. Lake. KH. Frl. 6 Sot. Oct. 2 11 3
BORUM JET BOATS 18 ft.. 460 c.I. Ford prewires and lack Installation sales RENTAL PROPERTY WANTED regardless from 8:30 a.m. S p.m. Rocker choir .
engine with chrome "goodie, drive- and ..,vlc... Alan Hutcheson, of condition. Call 964-4910. 9/24 4tpd table, dresser much more. Itpd 10/1
SAMPSON LAKE ESTATES Lake front on trailer. Extra sharp It. 9644924. 10/1 4tpd 10/22 10/15 2 FAMILY YARD SALE Frl. Oct 2.Jasmine .
and lake occes Lots available from blue/metalfloke. MUST SELL. Reduced PREFER TO HAVE YOUR INFANT IN LAKE PROPERTY WANTED: approximately Ave. pass Keystone Beach: off
$9000. Zoned ..*/moI> .. home.-3-t* -to $4,50O-Make off.rl 7823660. TFjm HOME ENVIRONMENT? Care provided '/. ocr. on skiing/fishing lake In SR 21 North. Itchg 1O/1
mile west of Stark on beautiful 12 Ft. FIBERGLASS 7 hp motor depth by person with excellent ,. .,... ... Keystone or... Writ. Rt. 3. Box 1768 '
Sampson Loka (2000 + acre) Excellent finder, highlonder trailer' excellent Call 9647793. llpd 101COMMERCIAL Starke, Fla. 32091. with directions and 87 Cavalier C-L
tithing, skiing and boating. condition. $650. ...-1101. Itpd 10/1 price. 9/174'10 10/8 HOMES FOR RENT Was 11430. IS $995O.
533-2038: Owner/broker 8/13 tfnchg NEWLY REDECORATED HOUSE 2BR '87 Cavalier CSWas$10.99O.

PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE CARSDO carpeted, tiled bathroom 4 kitchen, IS $855O.
new appliances. 4732919.
James Stricklands Sales & ServiceNew 4tchg '

& Used Machines All Types HobbyCraftBaby CORNER BUILDING and/or r."ouantequlpm..t W. buy. Call Dole or Paul at Austin HOUSE room, FOR kitchen RENT furnished- 2BR 1'/4732919.BA. Fla.' was $9100. IS $7350.
I..... Motors. 473-2720. Stpd 10/28 ; j
for Will sell equipment
Lock Singers Dressmaker Seam Masters & MORE 1977 DODGE CAMPER VAN Self contained 4tchg 9/24-10/13 86 Cavalier
seperately. Across from Santa F.
Comer of Morgan Rd. & Hwy 16 behind Hand! Way Community College. .Best restaurant tras. with Excellent stand up condition.shower. Many$5,500.. heat & air, screened porch. $240mo.Keystone : Exc. Cond. $3995.

9648733HERITAGE FOR location LEASE In town. 9647188. 8/6 tfnchg 4737989. 2tchg 9/24-10/1 Hgts Realty. 473-4961. Itchg '87 Celebrity (3 to choose from
1,000 sq. ft.. 301 $South next 10/1
to United Realty 9648848. 964-8447 1973,u'l.: FORD excellent LTD 9 condition passenger and wagon tires no- SMALL COTTAGE ON LAKE WINNOTT Was 11720. IS $9750.

or eves. 4733627.16 tfnchg $700: 1976 CHEVY PICKUP w/topper, tingle adult only' $125 Including '87 Olds Delta 88 ((2 in stock)
VILLAS 350 engine- $850 firm. 473-3168 I after 4 u'"i"... 17376256. Itchg 10/1
LOSTFOUNDLOST p.m. Itchg 10/1 Was 15450. IS $12.55O

700 Bradford Court in Starke BUSINESS FOR SALE '87 Celebrity EurosportWas

LARGE CATs black with whit. FOR SALE 15281. IS $12.25O
around neck and face. Bessent Rd. REAL ESTATE BUSINESS with 14 yr. loco-

R..sal applications will be ocepted for area. 9646808. "Itpd 10/1 ARTICLES FOR SALE large goldfish Hon. Equipment < furnltu,.. Propartymanag.m.nt '87 Olds Clera Brougham Was
Income. $20.000 with
Sears 7.5 hp boat motor, lawnmower 15446. IS
new on'and two bedroom apartments with bagger, motorcycle helmet men'ssiie '.rm.. Call Jim Powell. Owner Broker, $11.950

for Initial accvpancy In October. 197. 9 roller '''0.... IS" truck tires 4734961. Itchg 10/1 '87 Olds Cutlass wagon

Rent from $220 per month plus a BANKREPOS TERRA 4734229. 4tchg 9/17-10/8 PETS Was 13570. IS $9980.

vIIIties. located at 700 Bradford ft APPROXIMATELY 3/4 ACRE with 140 ft. '86 bulck Skylark CS

Court In Stark.. For rental Information on SR 100 In Cloy County. Zoned mobil. FREE TO LOVING HOME part Persian Was
10520. IS $845O.
home. 5000. Own.r will finance with
call 113-449-3251. E.H.O. kittens. 473.0323. Itchg 10/1
low down paym."'. 4732566. 10/1 '87 Olds Toronado (2 In stocu
-!' -a 2tchg 10/8
e 1985 Redmon Was 21054. IS 14,950
Doublewide 87 Chevy Corsica

Was 11997. IS $9950.
Mobile Home.
'87 Chevy Berretta

STARKE HOUSING CENTERThis Excellent Condition. Was $13.513. IS $1O.65O

Weeks Special e 1984 Brigadier TIFFIN A OWENS INC. '87 Olds Sierra

85 14x60$300downSI66mo.. Single Wide Lie. Real Ettoto Broker Train to be aJura Was 13900. IS $10.488

2 BR SJng/ew/de $300 down S i 136 mo. Mobile Home. 96&.5065 '87 Chevy G-2O Beauvllle)

Nice Doob/ew/de $500 down $167 mo. Excellent Condition. s Was 19609. IS $15.96O

'86 3 BR. 2 Bath, ffrep/oce. $300 Down. $216 mo. Financing Available for LET US 3 additional trucks

Selection of Reconditioned Mobile Homes Qualified. Applicants. RENT AND MANAGE
Big All Bid will be con .111 full-lam pail-am.

At fctocde Horns Mude:Dsftvery SeI-Up.Tax.Tale.Homo Owners Insurance sidered. YOUR RESIDENTIALOR Train on II,.s Ills,comput.nLlions. ORIAN WELLS

Located on US 301 -1 Mile S. of Starke If Interested call COMMERCIAL .study and raldml Ir.inln,.
Flnsnci.l aid.v.llsbl..Job
964-4174 9647050. Ext. 233 PROPERTIES placement.-bancs.N.ton.lh..dqusrtera Chevy -

For Appointment to See. ,Liph/hoastafny Ft HWY. 301 N. Starke

A.C.T. Travel School 964-7500
AcCREOr1ED MEMBER P4.14.8.0.

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Elixson Wood Products I Inc.

I .r:7 (374-1443 or home: 485-1556)) 1I00'INO REPAIRS Cypress Mulch and Pine BarkYou

Pick-up or We Deliver
-- Cycle Repair Parts AccessoriesUS

I David Lawson Paint & Body Shop We Also Have 301 N. Starke 9645805Sport

t Red Heart Cypress Lumber
Work Free Estimates
Insurance Collision fairings KIWI helmets

C.f22; NW 21th St. 964-6133 ?? 964-6649 $45.50 full face air vents

t ..... $59.50
Carlisle TIRES
.. 130-90-16 $59.95Continental Cylinder Boring
,, Fill Dirt Top Soil O and 3 BR Apti. Now Available Shields Tires $20.00
2 BR from $10-$274 plus wtllltle 3 BR from $200-$302
Small Loads of Limerock Central heat/air and appliance furnished $2.50 130-90-17 ATV & 4 Wheeler
$59.95 & 69.95Ancrm
Large or 1530 West Madison St.or call '"-6312 Oil Filters repairs

Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer: Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Equal Homing Opportunity $1.99 Tto Downs $16.50 Tune-Ups

964-6182-964-5823 964-6095

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I : .t County. FOR SALE STORAGE HOUSESi Need extra ,ttorag ''.
':f5 space? W* hove 5x10 and 10x10 mini
12'x 68MOBILE HOME Two bedroom 1
warehouse. Hole and Attoclatoi
1/2 both control heat and air. Mutt .
4963939. 8/21
r see to apprclat. 6000.. Call
YARD SALES HELP WANTED INSURANCE FOR RENT 4960071. tfn/chg. 3/19 assume small monthly payment on' .
SEVERAL TWO BEDROOM mobile homesfor
I piano. See locally. Call al
HOMEMAKJMI KM In school? Ned' MAINES INSURANCE AOENCVi 25 E. CO'S CHECK US OUT I Clean rental tal.or rent. .Alto lot.for sale. Hole 1(618)234.1306( ) anytime. 9/17 Stchg.'
GIGANTIC GARAGE SALIt Frl ft Sot., ."extra cash Pre kit and Main Street. Lake Butler 4963978. hornet tailored to your pay schedule. and A.soclates 4963939. tlnchrg 9/3 10/1
Oct. 9.10 In Brookr ocroi from Post of Lloyd. Call Iris at 964-2030 or Complete Insurance Service. 4/10 tfn PINES SR121 lull south of SR100 In MOBILE HOMI FOR SALE Repotted No ANTENNA TOWERS repair and .01...
Olllc. Furniture. got stoves Lake Butler Call 4962366. tln/chg. Down Payment Owner financed. Call Call
.ee In person at tot ..2'1. Waldo Flea alto satellite tatet and' tervlce.
houtehold Hams, cloth**. etc. 10/1 Market. 8/27 TFchg HELP WANTED CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN I Nicely furnished 4963715. Sld't Mobil. Horn Park. Don Wllkerton at 496-2282, for Ire
2tpd 10/8 all electric. central heat and Ited. estimate. 10/1 Stchg. 10/15
IN LAWTIYt Frl ft Sot.. Oct. 2-3 9am. : PART-TIMI GAS ATTENDANTS ''IX. air, private paved road, laundry and 101CARSTRUCKS
p.m. LP go. tank. registered Ap- PERIENCED DELI COOKS now taking oppllcatlont park playground. Near schools, hot p.,
paloosa ttalllon 25' contol TV, rock. FOR RENT alto experienced tire star* facilities. PINES SR-121, cost Lak.
178 CH1V. VAN Reasonable Call LOOK LOOK !
ing chair, baby Itemt, men, women R repairer and oil changer. Apply at ol- Butler Call 49&-2366. Two childrenmax.
children clothes and lots more. Toke lice of: Browns Inc., State Rood ., and no pett. chg/tfn 5/21 496.2952.9/2421pd. 10/1
301 North to Lcrwtey turn left l at per 121418, Worthington Sprlngt. Phone BUSINESS OR OFFICE SPACE available on 1972 DODOI VAN 318 engine. runt YES
and Call Satan f, Faulkner Broker- looks Ute for work
up. good, good. or
.school go to North Olive St. Big green 964-3064 496-2161. tlnchrg-9/3 Main Street LB, phone 496-0077.Hn-8/6
hout on left. Itchg 10/1 C Owner ft C MINI at STORAGE or 964.4048 Hwy. 301 TF South CAREER OPPORTUNITY for tewing TWO BEDROOM I both apartment fur camping. Coll 4963819. 1tP
3 FAMILY SALE Frl A Sat.; 1970 Ford 964-8848.6/11 Hnchg machine operatort. Offer 2 week paid nished. Total electric. $170 p.r month, LAND FOR SALE
Galoxl 500, run good clean $600 plus $100 Call 496-0077.
; OFFICE ON 301 Contact Ron Denmarkat vocation, insurance plan 3 paid depotlt. NEW CAR
wood heater $60: 2 Iron truck bodl* and tfn/chg. 9/24
964.5516.6/23 tfn holidays profit shoring. Experience 1-3-8 ACRE LOTS OR LARGER New River
(long wheel bo**) $175 each; frost fr** MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 50 ft. 2 BR.. helpful, but not necessary. We will TWO BEDROOM I BATH MOBILE HOME Plantation on SR-10O, Pine Tree Estatet OR TRUCK
refrigerator $100; bunk bed tet, lad furnlihed, AC awning 225month. train. Apply In person Lake Butler Ap. Near Worthington Springs Air condi on SR-18 near WS, Pin. Tr.. Estates on
d.r A roll $100 sofa ft chair and chair, tioned. Quiet No
; 9647498. 9/24 TF parl. tfn813IULLDOZER neighborhood. US-301 near Stark. Low down pay-
f make offer. Much much mor. OH MOBILE HOME FOR RENTs 60 ft., 2 BR", OPERATORS torn *xperlence children Call 3963130. Itpd. 10/1 mnt owner financing. Hal and WITH NOCREDIT
Crawford Rd., look for tlgn. C.R. unfurnished $200/monlh. 9647498. necessary Call 496-2098. 1916 TWO BEDROOM. 1 BATH MOBILE Attoclatet 496-3939 tlnchrg 9/3
Rosier horn. 7823969.: Itpd 101SATURDAYSUNDAYa 9/24 TF ./3.4tpd.924THE HOME Near school and prisons nice I IIf
10/3-4 Division 2 ft 3 BEDROOM HOUSES $250 and $350. TOWN Of RAIFORD IS TAKINO AP. neighborhood. No pett. Call 496-3760.
,I St., Hampton. Trlnktt. troth ? Call 964-5377 after 5:30: p.m. 10/1 TF PLICATIONS FOR THE POSITION OF Itchg. 10/1 have been
treasure, antlquei. Itpd 10/1 FURNISHED EFFICIENCY apartment, CLERK. Resumet mutt be received by you on ;
FRIDAY SATURDAY, SUNDAY Clothes, of utllltlet furnlihed. Adult only. No, October 13. Send to Box 397, Raiford, PERSONAL SERVICES OCTOBER 2nd 13rd Miscellaneous your lob for one year i
mltcllanou ltmt. 1002: Clark St. p.'.. 9645970. 9/17 4tchg 10/8 Fl. 32083. 9/17 4tchg. 10/8 items, dress material and much mar. and have LITTLE NO
Turn by Powell Dairy Frs, then UNFURNISHED 1 bedroom hout 833 W. EXCELLENT INCOMEtaklng short phone Two mllet from Lak. Butler on SR231, or "
right on Clark. Itpd 10/1 at home. For Informationcall NEED HOUSEKEEPING DONE? Lake left 2nd dirt road Clark' CREDIT I In
Madison St., no pett lea... 9648404. messages turn on pass can put you ;
ORANOEWOOD APARTMENTSi Rd. 100 Butler Stark Ara. Good rfrnct.
9/17 4tchg 10/8 1(904)649-7922.( ) ext. B401A. Itpd. Grocery. Itpd. 10/1
South 3 famlll* ltrnt. Children and FOUR BEDROOM unfurnished bout, 10/1 Call Cathy at 4963028. 9/24 2tchg. FIVE FAMILY Many household items and a new car or truck I

adult cloth*, *ho**, mltcllanout. 9 S350/month. No pelt, leat. 315 N. LOSTFOUNDWHITE WATER PUMPS WATER PUMPS, WATE."UMpS' loll of clothet. Wilton Heating Cool. Call Danny Nugent i
until. Itpd 10/1 Walnut St.. 964.8404.9/17 4tchg 10/8 Ing. 250 S.W. 9th Ave, lake Butler
3 FAMILY YARD SALE Sat.. Oct. 3. Rd. MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 45 ft., 2 BR.. W. repair all makes and modelt of (Providence Road). Saturday, Oct. 3rd, 376-4934 I'
125 Wtt In Lawty I block off 301. Itpd AC. furnlihed. $200/monfh. 9647498. UBS. FEMALE TOY TERRIER, with water pumpt. Sols and service on 9.30: A.M. till. Itchg. 10/1 Home 96..4934'
10/1 9/24 TFMOBILE three large black spots on left .Ide, Gouldt and Sta-RIt pumps Call Dor MOVING SALE Honda three-wh.eler,
MULTIFAMILY YARD SAlEt South Colley HOMI FOR RENT 60 ft., 2 BR, bobtail, ttand-up ears, blind and d.... man Well and Septic Tanks, Inc. 9/24 furniture, table tow, tool., dltk, ladles Gary Massey Chevrolet ;
Rd. Sot., 10/3 a.m. until 2. Itchg 10/1 furnished, AC awning $250/month. Does not baric, spayed, no collar, IS 4t/chg. 10/15 cloths site 18 1/2 to 20 blouses sire 2600 N. Main St. ;
3 FAMILY YARD SALEi Sot., 10/38 a.m. 9647498. 9/24 TF yrs old. Answers to name ..WlglI''..". 42 and mite. Three mllet East on i
til 3 p.m. Lots of everything 127: N. THREE BEDROOM mobile horn, 2 bath LEASE I WANT TO GO HOME. Call BRINCE JONES AND O.D. REWIS SEPTIC SR100. Call 4963945. Itpd. 10/1 iipdio/i. Galnvlllv
Wat.r St. Itpd 10/1 on one acre of land. Central air andhat. 51-0497.. 10/1 3tchg. 10/15 TANK SERVICE Septic tanks, drain (
GIANT YARD SALE Frl A Sat. from 8 a.m. Off 301 South. $275/month $100 fields lilt notions, light poles and
until. 10/2-3. Intlde and out. Roiford 964.4090.9/24 10/1 wells. (Package Deal). Call 275.2268 or ,
tecurlty. 2tpd
follow 16 from Stork through Flo. TWO BEDROOM. 1 bath house. 612 lake 275.2197.9/3 13tpd. 11/26 MAINES REAL ESTATE j
State Prison about: block from 121 Street. $275. Call 964.6359 In p.m. 9/24 25
East Main
on left. Ac. Road follow ilgnt. Pat ft 2tpd 10/1

N.II Dlcken. 431-1200. Lot of baby S THREE BEDROOMS 2 bath doublewlde on LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTSNow Lake Butler FL 32054
chlldrn cloth., all *sizes alto all private lot with fenced yard In city
sic*s adult cloth. Most are Ilka nw, iimitt. Gas stow and refrigerator, unfurnished Harriett Moines, Realtor

lots of mitcllanoud items, exerclter air and heat, fully carpeted.NO taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units. These all- 496-3978
collection of Barb doll
giant *, torn*
PETS. 964-8970 after 6 p.m. electric units with lots of closet and all have
n.w, torn old dot.. to 1966. $350/month and 10/1 are spacious space
security depotlt.
miscellaneous plumbing needt. 'Itchg 4to| 1022FURNISHED: wall-to-wall carpeting, draperies and kitchen appliances. On-

10/1 2 BR, 2 Bo trailer In Santa F* site laundry facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
YARD SALE Thurt.. Friday, Saturday Trailer Pork 7 mllet South on US 301 at -3 BR/1 BA HOMEon nice shaded corner lot. Detached garage, carport,
morning.. 427: N. Cherry St.. corner SR 221. 964-5888 day or 1-468-1777 applicants. workshop8,950.. With furniture, $53,200.
For application and Information
Cherry 8 Adklnt, 9646032.: Itchg 10/1 .v... 10/12tchg 10/8 MOBILE HOME AND LOT for rent. $200.
PRESBYTERIAN YOUTH FUND RAISING: MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 1 bath, AC, 1 acre, Please see us at Gt: -3 BR, 2 Bo mobile horn on 2 acres of land. Central heat & air. $39,900.
YARD SALE Saturday. Oct. 3, 8 a.m. $185 month, $150 tecurlty. Responsible 1005 SW 6th Street I
until. 722: W. Madison St. Itpd 10/1 .
FRIDAY ft SATURDAYS 8.6 p.m. Camper adults only 9646479. Itchg 10/1 Lake Butler. FL 32054 CHUM sews..e TWO 1 BR HOUSES for rent.
fURNISHED CLEAN 2 BR mobile homes,
Ice box with sink, luggog., plant ft no pets, accept small children. .Alto el- Or Call 496.3141 opportunity.. TWO 2 BR MOBILE HOMES for rent.
much more. Wett 100 b.hlnd Ollnt
flclenclet available weekly, 9648810.
Sale.. See *lgn.. Itchg 10/1
10/1 2tpd 10/8
hous*war.s, family clothing, com.and 5332805. 10/1 2tchg 10/8
brow... North 301 lust b.for. Textile TWO BEDROOM large apartment, kitchen .r (I t i .' Mr
Town. Itpd 10/1 furnished In town. $215 month
SATURDAY, OCT. 3s 3 family garage $100 depotlt. 964.4990.Itchg 10/1
tale. Flv. Oak Country Club (road ONE ft TWO BEDROOM APTS.I with all
before country club). Furnltur., loll of utllltlet and cable furnlihed. S50-S75 I d 1
children. cloth*..!!.c. Itchg 10/1 per week. 964.5139. 10/1 2tpd 10/8 / ,

HELP WANTED and both and living room. Shore kit OPEN: U.S. 3O1
ch.n and family room. Furnished all .-SAT. V
CASHIER/STOCK PERSON parl-tim. ft utilltlet and cable Included. Student orprofessional 8:307SUNDAY f.O S '
full time poiltlon Mutt be 21 or old.r preferred. 964-6750, keep 6 ',
and experienced. Apply at P.p-O Food trying. Itchg 10/1 t"lll;
TWO BEDROOM mobile horn located on, "
10/1 10/8
Mart. 620 S. Walnut St. 2tchg
EARN EXTRA MONEY for Chrlttmat. Full Grlffit Loop. Privacy and trees 1: ra / r'1.
4682374. before noon. Itchg 10/1
or part-tim. .King Avon. Call
Ramona 7823068.: 10/1 2tpd 10/8
DEPUTY CLERKs The Bradford County Ta.Coll.ctor's AC newly' rmodld. Nice yard 1
child, $245 and deposit. 964.6714.9/24
Office "It accepting appllca
tons for deputy clerk. Apply In pertonat 2tpd 10/1
Tax Collector' Office Courthouse.D.odlln.Oct. THREE BEDROOMi living room dining
15. 10/1 2lchg 10/8 room kitchen bath. Outside city
2205 Raiford Rd.. $260.
TRAIL RESTAURANT of Lawtey will betaking private.
application. for experienced 964.594O.9/2441chg 10/15
woltr.**.. and evening cook and FURNISHED APARTMENT 1/2 bedroomoportment.
All utllltlet and cable TV
dlthwathert. Walters and waltrttt
with HBO/MAX included From $160
mutt be 18 years of og.. Apply In per
month. Inquire 208 N. Cherry St. Itchg
ton only. No phone call EOE. Wayne
Norman, manager Itchg 10/1 10/1
LICENSED RN NEEDED at Whispering I U I o I I IltI

Pines Car Center 3-11 charg. nurse,
ltI Fresh Fresh Largo Sweet Red or Golden D.tlclou.
full-tim PRN. LPN't needed. EOE.
Phone 9646220.: Experienced need only MUSTARDGREENS CaliforniaCARROTS Delicious 10 Lb. Bag BANANAS .
to apply. 2/12 tfn 33s1b.
doublewlde Call 7823003. 8/2QTFchg Large FloridaMANGOES

VISITING NURSESi looking for RN with ,, ..

PRN good iklll scheduling offering flexible. Call hour Upjohn and Commercial l 1.69 BU. 25CLb.. 3 Lb. Bag 1.19 1.49 99 Ea.COMPARE .

Healthcare Services, Inc., Stark
964-8772. 9/17 4tchg 10/8 Building I
LP gas delivery for the Stark. in Starke
area. Apply at Griff I Gas, 1511 NW
Galnetvlll 9/24 TF 1725 ft.
2nd St..

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EXPERIENCED College. 7/30Hn SALESWOMAN salary.orcommlttlon 9648629after Fresh PorkSPARE Country Style Fresh Fryer

you can decide what you ;
mok.. Send return to SALESWOMAN, 6:30 pm RIBS RIBS LEG % 's
P.O. Drawer A, Stark.. Fla. 32091. r

8/20 TFchg .

1.79 Lb. 1.29 Lb. Family Pak 39 Lb.

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I patio and laundry. Rents from $180. Fresh. Freshl Freshl PinkSNAPPER %.Pint Q '

$220. min. 775 NE 1st St. Lake Butler :r' SPOTS CROAKERS1e69 OYSTERS L'

For Information/application( :

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. October I,1987 B SECTION Page 11

Traffic Court Finals-, ,

The following defendants appeared Norman pled guilty DUI; fined Misdemeanor Court munity work,Salvation Army super ($290),violate no laws, no alcohol. disorderly conduct; $50 court costs I
before Judge George H. $1,150, license suspended permanently Samuel Pokie Hankerson pled vision, make restitution to victim Danette R.Wilkins pled! no contest thru Salvation Army supervision.
Pierce In Bradford County Traffic 75 days in jail, 40 hours guilty retail theft; Salvation Army
Criminal Court Sept. 22 where their community work attend DUI supervision 60 days, 25 hours corn4munity
cases received final disposition. school, one year Salvation Army IN THESE
'supervision. court costs.work, violate no laws, $52 MODERN TIMES. :
Ouwane Johnson Walter A. Alvarez I
pled guilty driving pled guilty
Vivian Shafer pled bad
while license DWLS fined $180, Salvation
suspended ; one year
check ($60 Mitchell's)
60 days
(OWLS): produced valid license, Army probation. Salvation Army probation; pay $52 I Making your pre-need funeral ar !
ordered to 'Alvarez
pay$52 court costs. pled guilty DUI; fined court costs and make restitution.
Terry B. Long pled guilty no tag; SChOOl.$1.675. 20 days in jail, attend DUI Charles L.Schmitt pled guilty bad rangements is more than a convenience ; I II
ordered to pay$52 and present valid license suspended indefinite check ($ISO); 60 days Salvation Ar- I I
tag.Joseph ly.Landon my supervision,$52 court costs and I it is almost a necessi j I
L. Hagan pled guilty no H. Underwood pled guilty make restitution.
tag; presented valid tag. wilful-wanton reckless driving; fined Larry O'Neal pled guilty abuse of I: ty.
Nettie C. Stokes pled guilty expired $132.50. elderly! ; fined$153.15,50 hours com- : Why postpone making ar
tag mobile home; ordered to
pay$52 court costs. .. !
rangements foryour funeral? _
John L. Brown pled guilty no tag; -
produced valid tag,dismissed. LONGCHAMP Call us or come by for the '!7 I Ii
Brown pled guilty no( valid driver
license (NVDL); produced valid i plans that are available.
license,$52 court costs.
Kenneth L.Hill pled guilty DWLS; HOMES I
fined 8101.25.Wilton .

ten days in Butler jail,fined pled guilty 10125.OWLS; MOWS THE TIME IF YOU'RE JONES FUNERAL HOME !I II
Donald B. Brown pled no contest
wilful-wanton reckless driving; READY TO BUY I 514 Nona Street Starke -964-6200 Hwy 100 & Cypress St.. Keystone Hqt 473.3176 ,

dismissed. .. .
attempting Brown pled to elude no contest; $50 court fleeing costs.and We're building a beautiful home in Deer- -.r,' ,,: c.: ". "": c. _._ .. .. : _. ',

Donald J. Marshall pled guilty wood Subdivision YOU can choose the
failed to report accident; dismissed.,
Marshall pled guilty careless driv- custom finishing touches (Carpet, Paint, Fleetwood f
ing; ordered to pay$32. Cabinets Tile Etc. .
Marshall pled guilty driver license I )
not exhibited on demand; produced '
24' 52'
valid license,dismissed. x Doublewide
Pamela C. Jefferson pled guilty Located on Lot No. 14, DeerwoodU.S. i
dismissed.NVDL; produced valid license, I 301 South, Starke 'Furnished ,* Skirted Air :

Marsha K. Scott pled guilty driv-
ing under influence (DUI; fined', LONGCHAMP HOMES Conditioned Washer/Dryer-
$362, license suspended six months, Call

50 Army hours supervision community one work year Salvation, attend 964-6853 Spacious Bedrooms 2 Convenient
DUI school.

right Scott of way pled; fined guilty$52.failed to yield For Complete Details Baths Formal Dining Room

Robert F. Brown pled guilty violation
of driver license restriction; six: Eat-In -Extended
months Salvation Army supervision,
50 hours community work. NAME YOUR PLEASURE
Brown pled guilty unlawful speed; i I y1e Warranty Delivery & Set-Us
six months Salvation Army probation -
50 hours community work.
Leon Cruger pled guilty expired Oct !y{&
driver license; $52, present valid $ e
license. 133.
Teresa A. Gilbert pled guilty expired w per :month ?o
tag; produced valid tag, $23 ).0 >

court Eddie over costs.Gaskins four months pled guilty; $55 expiredtag court trade w/$2 5. down ;l ys

costs. \n5 a
Visit Our Showroom --e-k
Lisa McKinney pled guilty NVDL;
David J. Browning Jr. pled no
contest leaving the scene of accident s4 1 jptoi tsf I &p &
; $50 court costs, restitution Close Out
$1,050, Salvation Army supervisionsix Prices
months. On All '87Models e a e 1
Browning pled guilty DWLS; case
Danette R. Wilkins charged with In Stock -
failure to drive in a single lane; fined '88 Models -
$52, through Salvation, "* -Army" _. 0 In Stock Now ---. ... -'-- -.-
supervision.Wilkins i .
pled guilty DUI; fined DT2
$362, license suspended six months
50 hours community work, attendDUI 072130TACKLE '
my supervision.school, one year Salvation Ar- \erC't D & S MOTORS I:

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Bobby R. Dowling pled guilty
DUI; fined $625, license suspended I
five Salvation Army supervi- I! .f;, Sale .. .. .
years Coupon 'l.
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sion one year,ten days In jail,attend 't. ;i. '.' ,,,,,,,, '. ,'r,, p-i.: ;
DUI school. ( & MARINE ;. :SK,:;: : ', .> .i' .. W'.: '." ,'.';. ..:.".';" Dowling pled guilty failed to drivein
single lane; fined$50. C) I '79 Datsun B-210 '79 Plymouth Duster :
Joseph G.Andrews pled no contest
NVDL; presented valid license, I 5 spcj.. 5 Automatic. A/C TTops$395down I
ordered to pay$32. 3070 Blandlng Blvd., Mlddleburg Ra. 32088 down
speed Andrews; fined pled$102. guilty unlawful One mile South of Mlddleburg on Hwy. 21 I 39fi 1 1I'

Eugene F. Norman pled guilty PHONE: ((904)) 282.3115 283-3116 I I
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Page B SECTION October 1,1987
.. ..

Starke Court FinalsI -

....."" J J JY.OJ ...,_.n _.._ -
,I J I .. The Bradford Office of State Attorney ed one felony appeal.No eleven guilty pleas were accepted.The 6 for burglary, grand theft;
IS YOUR Eugene Whitworth received judicial action was taken on dwelling
t following cases received final contest to burglary of
'i qi kill 60h 34 new Individuals cases and/or three cases. Twenty pleas of guilty
\ :" disposition during the month of sentenced to three years DOdfollowed :
I c:: felony defendants for prosecution were accepted.Twentytwo August.
h"I ,. ".>.:" i! WHACK during the month of August, acc r- misdemeanor cases by five years probation. ,
:: arrested 22
.I ; .'fu't"<,f.d: W" rHfR .. ding to Investigator Wiley C ark. were filed and 55 prior cases were Keith Coy Jones aka Trickman of for Carolyn Tyson and April of :
'y 1' r,> !/RPeriSUFFfRIH6 h:;, tJ. Three of the cases were prison dismissed by the office in August, 922 E. Brownlee St. charged with possession delivery controlled -
., substance defendant pled to
'Z FROM AaCACII&:, y ', said ;
related Clark. The
'y1 y .>,, office declined to
r! t,,3 MIFFNr.5S,$ORII r.t.; Information was filed on 18 prior prosecute eight cases and there was two counts of of controlled possession and other charges.Jimmie .
; NECKOe IsNSui4l, ,.;, 0(, delivery substance; Lee Childers arrested
) ;' and one nonjury trial.
cases the office declined to Eighteen
j .i (i'. ,,$.,"" :;J ,< .'\ ,.:\f 11 cases. Seventeen cases prosecute pleas were accepted. guilty charges dismissed, defendant pledto June 15 for failure to appear; defen-
,. :>\ CAM PUT ; other .
t. : YOU charges.Edward dant pled to other charges.
.. Nine
.. b< ,\'''' ... ";" ?' ..?';:! were dismissed. There were two petitions were filed in
; .: BACKIM< Smith
1. }_ > <><'j'" Otis arrested Feb. Childers arrowed Nov. 1988 for
./ trials.The office conducted two juvenile court. The state
,'<"r,:. ..>>,..\.."c-.lIiJ. .L.I &IJT' ,'\:.cU'...,;,.'.;,<".... jury state attorney investigations! and fil- .
.. .
,:,, ,.. :d't --- '!.< substance; pled to other charges. test to bu, of dwelling; three
\\t\<' .:..".,.:..:...=.;;.,. s"-v-t'5.\); Linda Young arrested April 14 for years Dep, .ment of CorrectionsDOC

.: .:/ .. tJi" Helping you o is what we do t\J rY ; ; =: Compare Prices substance possession;and pled delivery to other of charge controlled; ( ) followed by five years proba-

>:ry1\<: feel I good ,' '' bestl/ MX: Karen Renee And, arre 'rrested July 8 for
,4 .:.,t "J)' irl: Before You Buy. .Not June 5 for forgery, fraudulent cu ">'..!. ii theft; defendant pledto
'::7 ),r' > .: After credit card, petit theft; defendant other charges.

I, :Ii { j1. ,.' (.;:'.{.<,;;.:;,k" tF: : ""i4.1" .'1-=:}>'<:-.;.,.;, k., '".\,',>',.p"':.i.";<.Wi, STEPHEN sentenced on other charges. John A. Hawkins arrested March
I < < t :' ""jf;, '" t. .p.It' v.' LUMBER Edward Otis Smith aka Butcher 1988 for burglary, petit theft charge
: tt, t:0: .i"{ 't t if6tt'fi > 'M. .i ti.if ;
..\N : ::1< .. .; >" ; ,".. < % y '0> arrested April 14 for possession and dismissed, Insufficient evidence as
'I > E3..RAQfOBDCHrR! .AA JtQ. ,..<><: <> 't ': ":i" "'d'1t.'>>\-.j '.' ...""'.',,.: ,, >: :.: ,\>\\: 1\ .,. :' t0; .96'Jif 49'5"7. 1N,: '<,:N :k"l /";":<;<"{< I #1 Pine 2x4x16 $3.99 #1 Pine 2x4x14 $3.16 | Carolyn Tyson arrested April 22 Jun.. 21 for aggravated battery;
f I ;;k ;r.t'f; for possession and delivery of controlled dismissed, victim does not wish to
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t\\\ : > : ..,... 'Z\f't3i" Ij.t.::.::.<, f" q' .;,{': : }\'i..tr.. ',"k .' #h t > > Mon
I ; :ti if$. :' ",!:;JI/."'." '- Jimmy Lee Childers arrested, Julyr without violence; case transferredto
',.' -- misdemeanor division.
Jeffery Andrew Rivers arrested
June 24 for aggravatred assault;
case dismissed, lacks prosecutivemerit.
r .
Henry Edward Wilkes arrested
May 7 for trespass on school
ORlAN grounds, resisting arrest with
1i.I WELLS violence, resisiting arrest with
i violence, escape; insufficient
evidence as to this defendant.
Frank Bentley arrested May 8 for
Chevrolet grand theft; charge dismissed,
Oidsmobile restitution made.
James Wallace Dorminey, Jr. arrested -
May 30 for possession of cocaine

I U.S. 301 North Gainesville. 372-0103 Starke 964-7500 Jax' 282-4522 defendant, possession sentenced of cannabis on other;

: .i.it" cahrges.Keith:! .
\ McCoy Jones of 1320 Charles
Court arrested June 29 for posses-
sion of cocaine; defendant pled to
t" other charges.
James Grover Sparkman, Jr.
charged with driving under in-
I fluence, leaving the scene of acci-
: iiimrr I'' I i dent with injury,failure to report accident -

:: 'I I report; pied accident no contest, wilful-wanton to failure to

I For The ALL NEW reckless driving, found guilty and
fined $500 on each case, payment
deferred for two weeks.
! THE SEASON. Inmate Gary Dwayne Alderman
L 88 Chevy Olds arrested June 8 for escape; pled no
contest to escape, three years DOC,
Inmate David Moore arrested

; ((3O) 1988 Pickup Trucks May guilty 15, for sentenced aggravated to battery three years; pled

DOC, consecutive to any sentencenow

to choose from serving.
: Terry Alexander Green aka Carl
I .,:\:. Lee Hill arrested May 10 for escape,
, .. resisting arrest without violence; pied -
guilty to opposing officer without
,' REGISTER TO WIN violence, probation six months,
starting at three hours per week community
t FLORIDAGEORGIATICKETS 4 o service for 15 weeks.
.\ Herbert Andrew Masters arrested
!' April 25 for grand theft; case
:;: Drawing everySaturday $ transferred to misdemeanor divi-
': :
I. :9604 sion.No probable cause found in a state

O attorney investigation involving in-
mate Zlatko Ziatev.Christopher .
J. Wynn arrested
< "- J4 Sept. 1985 for issuing worthless
., check ($50.19 to Stump's) pled guil-
: -- ty, placed on five years probation,
/ 359 days in restitution center, make
Come 1500 SilveradoFleatslde restttituion to victim; arrested June
See The
ALL NEW 1987 for violation of probation
, 'J (VOP), pled guilty,probation revok
; : ed, placed on community control for
two years, concurrent with Clay
' County case.
Wynn arrested Sept. 1985 for issu-
ing worthless check (TG&Y$67.12);
'I ,4 pled guilty,placed on five years probation
concurrent with above case;
18 to choose from June 1987 arrested VOP, pled guilty,
probation revoked, placed on com-
$ munity control for two years, must
S 9787 be current with all arrears in not
)j.:; [starting at
Beretta QT Coupe more than 120 days.
Tony Lamar Henderson arrrested
March 1984 for leaving scene of acci-
//1 -- dent with personal injury; pled guil-

SW -" ty placed on five years probation,
-- =' make restitution plus interest; arrested -
. (;;;;: \ ; June 1987 for VOP, after jury
,} trial in another case defendant found

; .' guilty of VOP, sentenced to two
: :t. years DOC.
;ri Carl Andrew Jackson arrested
1\ June 1986 for delivery of ;
:;: 1't, ., "M t controlled
) ed guilty to possession of
,; ( :...
F :: \ substance, placed on five years probation -
4 'iA1L
'.,' make restitution to Bradford
.I JIaMr -- : County Sheriff's Office in amount of
.t ,five hours community servicefor
Vernon Reddish Jack Coleman Lorna Reddish Tom Smith Mac McClelland 15 months; arrested May 1987 for
VOP probation revoked sentencedto
30 months DOC, credit for time

I : We will not refuse any reasonable offer served.burglary Neal Dewitt, found Palmer guilty charged March with 1986

: placed on two years probation to
begin when sentence now serving in

i on any new car in our inventory for DOC VOP is complete, found guilty; arrested, sentenced June 1987 to

30 months DOC.
Norman Horn arrested May 1985
.J for aggravated assault; pled no con-
test placed on five years probation;
I arrested April 14 for VOP, probation
Haid "Get Rid Of The revoked, 24 months In DOC followed

'1.,: conditions by four years as before.probation with same

Brenda Lee Newby arrested Feb.
ff 1986 for battery of law enforcement
4 Stock! Tremendous officer, resisting arrest with
violence, disorderly conduct; pled
: no contest, placed on one year probation
complete program at DOC
restitution center: arrested June
of & trucks to 1987 for VOP,found in violation,con-
tinued time on and probation same conditions.for same periodof

:',I',f.!-:. "h i I' 'j om. Definitely a Buyers dants Sworn with complaints battery worthless and charging burglary checks defen-,were aggravated -

) nC .,,u I, r a.., a.,, .y ti transferred to misdemeanor division
... M or dismissed due to insufficient

; r Chat's why we want you evidence.

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