Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 8, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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FLA. HISTORV OCT141987Bradford

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Clear and crisp autumn weather forecast Friday through Sun New .t-JA 'I \
day by the National Weather Service Office Jacksonville. Idirorlelraa..4* ,
Winds should be from the North and and Northeast with highs in Th. Social Scono..-. 17\I.I (lll7.J lJQIl) P F/,
the 70s and lows In UM 50*.The dry cycle will continue except on the Public Notlm.lOA \ II' 1 I (fl',AW J( 1 ,C1\. \ ,( ,
East coast where scattered showers are possible Saturday and Sun Sport*. 10-IIA e I al \\\In\ I1\ { LJ\-\ \ 7J-l.lf
da! clouds moving inland from the Atlantic ocean. lll')1\ \ I J S
there I
has been no measurablo rainfall so far in October. SECTION Si 12 Pagai .
The >>year average rainfall for October is 3.64 inches. 4.H w..h . . .. . ... .IBSFCC 1" .
Residents are urged to take precautions when burning trash dur : "
ing this dry cycle. No permit is required now to burn yard trash in a Sentencing.SBAroa I

barrel or a pit in the ground but,according to DER rules, the burn- Death..7.. The Sweetest
log is upped to be 300 feet away from building and 50 feet from Now BrM..(.121 Strawberries This Side.of Heaven
a road. Claiilflod .S-IOS 108th Year 'STARKE,FLORIDA 23 Cents Copy
12th Issue Thursday.October 8. mi U8P8 062-7M
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Worth Voting Feasibility Study_ Set on Cable TV for Lawtey Area I

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by Buster Rahn Hurst Communications, Inc. will Fred Fox Enterprises, coordinatorsof substantial amount of work yet to be get paid for his wort until water is
Bicentennial... BCT Staff Writer .. offer something like 20 channels fora the grant. done. run to the property by the city.
Constitution Bicentennial Com- Earl Hurst, representing Hurst base price of $13.50 per month, The grant has some $56,000 un- Fred Fox Enterprises has Barry Watts, who works for the
mission will meet Thursday Oct. 8 Communications Inc., head- with additional charges for movie committed which may be utilized inrehabilitating withheld funds on the project in sufficient Water Department, agreed to install
channels HBO and Cinema the two residences amount to finish the water meter within the
at 5 in the conference of quartered in Kansas, but currently Job, a next two or
p.m room
SFCC Starke Center. working out of an office in Clay Hill, Mayor Robert Scott told Hurst to Jones said. Jones said. three days.
proceed with the Other Jones said he is in of Mayor Scott advised letter
Plans for continued Bicentennial met with the Lawtey city council to survey. coun- process was by
ask approval to survey Lawtey cil members expressed an interestin rebidding the Watkin's home, on that Lawtey can now
observances will be discussed at apPly'for
time. residents to determine if it is feasible seeing cable TV become availableto which George Holiday was the another grant, with the House Walks Off...
this to install cable television in the the community. original contractor. Fred Fox Enter- February, 1988. Scott gave the letterto Contractor Bright told the council
Humane community.Hurst prises has a policy of declaring a Jones and told him to initiate anapplication that he was the successful bidder on
said his firm is working in Grant ActivitiesThe project abandoned, if the contractor for the grant. razing a house, under the grant pro
Rummage Sale: Oct. 8,9,10 Clay Hill and Penney Farms council agreed to enlarge the fails to do any work during a 15 day gram. The value of salvage
behind Andrews Drug Store. Donations already, and would like to add target of its Community Development period, without notifying the grant Water Problems Continue... materials was taken in consldera-
needed. Call 964-5041, 964-5183, Lawtey, if approximately 300 homes Block Grant to include the coordinator. Contractor Esau Bright told the Ion in making the bid, Bright saidL
or 9644701. can be signed for the service. There Tucker and Landis Homes at the request Jones said contractor Holiday had council that he has finished work on

are 250 water.meters. In Lawtey. of Errol Jones, representing apparently abandoned the job, with the Henderson building, but cannott (see Cable TV..p.2A)

BUS T-Shirts... c

The BHS Alumni Association will
be selling T-shirts at the High VoTechReroofing
School today (Thursday, Oct. 8) t
plus Oct. 12, 16, 19, and 20 during
lunch periods.

The class year will be printed onthe ,
T-shirt at no extra charge.

Fire Fund Raiser... ,
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A chicken pilau dinner is set '" Top
from 1-6 pm. Saturday, Oct. 10, at :: .
the New River Volunteer Fire

Department to raise money to buy Re-roofing of Phase I of the Vo-
new equipment. Tech Center is a "must do" job for
The New River Vol. FD Is locatedon school construction in 87-88, and a
SR-235. just off SR-100 right lead in the Hampton Elementaryroof
before the New River Bridge westof will be examined.
Starke. Cost: $3.
Funds available for capital outlay

History Board... and new construction this year
"aren't much," said Supt. Jim Dun-
The Bradford County Board of can to the School Board at a special
Historical Trustees will meet Tuesday workshop and meeting Tuesday,
Oct. 13, at 5 p.m. in the con- Oct. 6, to set a project priority list
ference room of the SFCC Starke for the 1987-1988 fiscal year.;,
Center.All .
members are urged to attend Just under$460,000 is available for

this important meeting. 1 construction this year, about half the
amount spent last year. The
t amounts totaling $460,000 are
BIIS Alumni.
.. $156,609 from the educational capital
The BHS Alumni Association will outlay fund (PECO), and $168,164

meet next Thursday, Oct. 15, in the from special maintenance monies
Family Restaurant. received each year, and $32,222
Board of directors, 6:30: p.m. science lab monies, all from the
General meeting, 7 p.m. state Department of Education.A .

new roof for building No. 1 at the I
Art Festival... 'A ': .,, Vo-Tech school is a must. This can-
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not be delayed any longer,said Supt.
The Starke Festival th r Arts tier I
scheduled for October 24-25 on Jef- -M Duncan. The 20-year-old Phase 1 is I
ferson Street beside the Starke Merit for Restoration... .1 .-:- about 30,000 square feet and the re-

Center of Santa Fe Community Col- Starke's historic downtown buildings have much merit for restoration .. roofing will cost $140,000.

lege. two historical restoration planners from Deland and Daytona Beach and Board Chairman Rodney Hall
For information call Nancee an historic preservation architect after a tour of the downtown last Thurs- r. 1. agreed, "This is a 20 year old roof,
Clark or Carol Brown at 395-5159 in day. and has to be replaced before some
Gainesville or call the SFCC Starke In front (l-r): Julie Schofleld. manager of Deland's Main Street program ',.11 I real damage is incurred.
Center at 964-5382. : Suzanne M. Keuhn, development officer for Daytona Beach, and
Philip Wisely, architect with the Bureau of Historic Preservation A dry storage area at the Starke
Florida of Tallahassee. Elementary cafeteria should also be
Class of 87... Dept. State
Local residents seen (l-r) are Glenda Epps of Glends's Shear Design included in the roofing project -
If you have not picked up your Guy Andrews. Ann Allen Thornton. Gene Matthews, and Linda Day of about $5,000, said Duncan.
prom glasses or memory books
from the 1987 There is an intermittent but Per-
prom please pick '
them up by Oct. 16. r : sistent leak at Hampton Elementarythat
Any left after Oct. 16 will be soldon : should be remedied before
a first come basis. See Coach Historic Downtown money is spent on paving, said
Slater, Room 501, BHS. Chairman Hall. Architect Spiros
Drivas will inspect this problem

Gator Boosters... with Operations and Maintenance
VisitorsJulie Supervisor Gene Tanner, and makean
The Starke Gator QuarterbackClub Intrigues estimate of repairs.
is set to meet tonight (Thurs-

day, Oct. 8) at the Starke Golf & Schofield, manager of Deland's Main Street program, describedsome Another $60,000 is already com-
Country Club. of the difficulties, as well as the satisfactions, of changing the image mitted to complete the air conditioning -
Social hour: 6:30 p.m. Covered of a downtown district from negative to positive, at a meeting of at the middle school.
dish dinner and meeting at 7 p.m.A business people, officials, and Chamber of Commerce Board of Gover-
member of the Gator coaching nors here last Thursday. Other projects having a high
staff will be the guest speaker. priority are remodeling the
"There are no miracles..just a lot of hard work and cooperation," Agriculture section at the Vo-Tech
Flu Shots... Schofield told the group meeting in the board room of Santa Fe Com- school, and providing facilities for
munity College Starke Center. The meeting and tour of Call Street's special education groups.
Influenza vaccinations are being Historic District was sponsored by PlanCom, Inc., administrators of t4-
offered each Friday afternoon from Starke's downtown improvement grant. Duncan proposes building a new
14p,m. Oct. 9, 16, 23 by the Brad-
media center at Southside Elementary -
ford County Health Department, Presenting slides showing how facade restorations had changed the im-
329 N. Church St., Starke. age of downtown Deland Schofield said there had been a net gain of 45 thus freeing up the present
businesses and 60 since the began. "It's to the media space for use for the han-
new jobs program up
The flu vaccine is offered to those
persons with chronic disorders con- owners," she said, "to sink or swim in this day of stiff competition. Only 1 'plkJ dicapped special education students.
clean and attractive will in business. A This would then free much needed
sidered to be at risk for influenza- shops that are bring community,
related complications and to other- working together, can do anything It wants to do," she said. t n n.Y classrooms Elementary at by Lawtey moving and the SpecialEd Starke

wise heal thy(,persons 65 years of After a walking tour of the Call Street Historic District, Philip Wisely, groups to Southside. "Special
age or older. Employees of the architect with the Florida Bureau of Historic Preservation in Education is getting critical as to
Police and Fire Departments and Tallahassee, said Starke is fortunate to have so many century-old space," said Duncan.
providers of care to high risk per buildings in a compact, well-defined area. In regard to the Rosenberg
sons in the home setting can also building, he said it would be "extremely detrimental" to lose this struc- Estimated' cost for the media
receive Influenza immunization.Cost ture in the Call Street district, which is on the National Register of center is 160000. Two additional
: $5. Historic Places. classrooms are needed at Lawtey
For further information, call the Starke should strive to restore and maintain all downtown historic unless the move to Southside is ef-
Health Dept., 964-7732. buildings, especially those possessing historical architectural features, fected. Repaving the area behind the
such as the old Florida Bank at Starke and the Rosenburg Building, said Vo-Tech school and some repaving

Support Group... Architect Wisely. "Once they're gone, they're gone," Wisely said. .L at Lawtey are also needed items.

Mrs. Betty Patrick of Starke is '

forming a support group for Sub Reccommended Waste Disposal Plan I
parents of the 400 special education 4.-rniintv! Group in

students in Bradford schools. eI ...
Such a group would give parentsa PAC han been holding-- meetings in each county would be adaptable to" full landfill at present. A short term lo the large population,'and tonnage

sounding board an idea exchange by Joe Gissy throughout the region for more thana separating and recycling. solution Is necessary. Closure costs of waste generated, the cost diferentlal
group and members could provide year, studying the problem in for the landfills is estimated at$21 Is minimal.Ed .
emotional support for each other. BCT Staff Writer Regional depth, and hoping to arrive at a solu Adaptable.. million. "This is a lot of money for Culpepper, Director of Public
For more information, call Mrs. The Comprehensive Master tion by next spring.Alternatives landfills are probablythe land that will never be used again." Works In Alachua County, stated,
Waste quickest
Patrick. 9644349.Upcoming.. Solid Management counties In' to develop for the short said Shannon. This regional approach 'There are benefits to Alachua
Plan, encompassing 13 term, and would be the most adaptable will catch the attention of the I County other than costs. There are
north central Florida, is finally get Proposed... for change. Composting and legislature, and may sway them into two problems. One is economic, and
... ting to the heart of the matter. recycling could reduce the volume of granting some financial aid, he another is ecologic. Ground water
The consultants have proposed six solid waste as much as 30 percent. stated. doesn't honor county lines." We
The meetings are Landfills...
Subregional alternative solutions for the PAC to This would encourage developing a Although a single regional landfill don't want tainted water In our county -
scheduled by governmental At a meeting of the Policy Ad- consider, but have chosen the three recycling system to reduce the haul- is estimated to be slightly less expensive from another area, he said, "and
agencies: visory Committee (PAC) held Mon- subregional landfill scenario as the ing requirement. other considerations favor we fully Intend to support the
Brooker City Commission: day night. Oct. 5, in the Bradford one they recommend most highly. the three subregional landfills,acor- regional system."
p.m. Tuesday Oct. 13. In city hall. County Courthouse the consulting Solid Waste Program Coordinator Landfill Sites... ding to Robert Mauser, engineer for
Hampton City; Commission: 7 of Dresser & Steve Shannon and CDM engineer
engineering firm Camp "Landfill siting la the most difficult Camp Dresser It McKee.
pm Tuesday, Oct. Commission McKee recommended the establish- Robert Hauser explained the advantages issue county governmentshave "Expediency Is needed, and the Regional Authority...
Bradford County; : ment of a system of three of the system over otherpossibilities. had to deal with" Shannon three subregional landfill plan is the of regional
Some.type Authoritywill
special meeting to for final approval landfills to meet the solution said
subregional said. Fewer sites would lessen this moat implemental ,
have to be established to control:
of the 87-88 budget. An needs of solid waste disposal for the.lkOUDty "The most critical problem in the problem. Timber company lands, Hauser. "We can reevaluate the' and the The
regional plan.
advertising error to causing thebudget state today is waste disposal said
region. lands and state two and look at
system every years
mining company PAC took Issue with the suggestionthat
to be readverUsed and Bradford Commissioner Joe Shannon. "We have the highest "
As lands for sites. energy recovery systems or other
are targets the authority would be
table the most appointed
water permeable
reaoopted. Riddick expected, the proposal By combining counties, the, refinements to the process In the the
legislative delegation.
Bradford School Board: 7 p.m. Alachua Union geology, most prevalent sink boles. by
Bradford future he said.Bradford .
places technical, legal and engineering expertise 'The be what wantit
Monday Oct. 19. in Administration Counties in one of We are the fastest growing state Authority can we
Building on N. Temple Avenue and Gllchrist and most of these people use groundwater that moat counties don't nave -- to be," said Shannon.
with a
across from Bradford High School. three sub-regional groups where for drinking. can be affordable.. "About $18 County Savings... I The next meeting of the PAC is
Starke Commission: regular central landfill near and the Alachua point Counties "Landfills do leak," Shannon million for an Initial capital Invest For Bradford County, a cost of slated for October 28, In the Holiday
third Tuesday meeting. 7:30 p.m. Bradford, Union states. To consolidate them Into ment is within reach," said Shan solid waste disposal is estimated at. 'Inn at Lake City,at 7:00 P.M.At that

Tuesday Oct. 29. City Hall. The intersect.PAC la comprised of one commissioner three subregional sites would non. $23.87 per ton using the subregional 'time, each Commission la to nave
Bradford Zoning Board: 7 p.m. from each of the thirteen minimize that problem. Also, the system,against$40.39 to continue individual studied the six alternatives and
Tuesday Oct. 27, in Starke city Rlddick being ability to recycle would be enhanced. Short Term Solution... action by the county,according -. selected the one alternative that Is
in region
hell the appointee from Bradford. The The transfer stations necessary: Most counties In the region have to CDM. In Alachua county due best for them.

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Td -I Public Power

Worth ( Week Hereby

Buster Rahn

AARP Meets BCT a Staff proclamation WriterIn dated Sept. 1,

The regular monthly Mayor Vernon Silcox set aside the
the Bradford Chapter week of Oct. 4-19 as "Public Power
Thursday,Oct. 15,at Week," in recognition of Starke'sparticipation
Senior Citizen Center 1r in generating electricity
Street behind the for the past 100 years, or
thouse. thereabout.In .
r the Sept. Issue of the industry
i magazine "Public Power," Richard
,Homecoming Rudolph published a schedule show-
The Class of 1961 of Ing Starke, Fla producing electricity -
High School is in 1890. It was the only Florida
homecoming reunion municipality making the list,
graduates in classes although Bill Weldon, Starke's
1965 at the Starke Golf superintendent of power resources,
Club immediately said other cities may have failed to
homecoming game / respond to the author's request for

__ information.
Stadium RR's. ------- Neil
IbN Y J.:-11.01.., Weldon said City Clerk
researched old records to
Plans are being made l Ensemble... Tucker determine that Starke was
ditional rest room Eric Packham,Jeff Moody,Michael Ripplinger,Chris Powell, Billy Har generating electricity in 1890, and
Bradford High athletic
Vickie Goodowns. Denise rison. Mike Elder. possibily earlier.
west side of the Stephanie Hardy King Christie Morgan, This is a hand picked group, selected by audition, and will be ready to Public Power Week coincides with

stand.Contributions, tax .Back row- Greg Pardw. appear in public by early November, says Director Hardy. an open house and dedication
ceremonies of the Curtis H. Stanton
requested from past Energy Center in Orlando, a new
others interested.Bradford Organized at BHS and modern generating facility in
made to High
of Starke
Orlando, in which the City
N. Temple Ave., Starke ..- holds an interest. The event will beheld

designating rest room fund.it must be the 62 member BHS chorus," Hardy as a credit course in the performingarts and field trips can be arranged,to ex- over a 3 day period, October
For additional info, said, "and the one requirement is field, Hardy states. tend through the lunch period 1-10, with the dedication ceremonies
Prin. John Reddish at that each participant be a memberof Immediate pians tor the group are scheduled for Friday, Oct. 9,from 3p.m.
964-6902. the chorus." to at all the schools during their "We will participate in the Florida ., to 5:30 pm. <
class By early Vocal Association contests in A tour of the energy center and
Dance. ensemble is organized to comply regular November, they period.will be available to March," said Director Hardy, "and grounds[ with musical entertainment -
Square The
we will perform with the Chorus and exhibits will be held Saturday -
of the State locally in the community.
Plus Level with requirements perform each time they have a concert." Oct. 10, between noon and 5
authorized curriculum and is offered Their class is scheduled at 11 a.m.,
tion is available each p.m.
the Kingsley Lake
from 8-10 p.m. with
caller. For additional Season Today I

call 964-7953. ...

Child l Find... ponents were in post-season tourna- around the corner. CITY OF LAWTEYwill
ment competition last year. Meet the Team...
Do you know a child The High-Q team, which finishedas
Captain Shawna Blom, a Junior,
dicap? a semi-finalist in last year's returns for her third season. The
Child Find is one Florida High School Academic Tour- of Jimmy and Martha
election on
Florida Diagnostic and hold its
nament, looks to junior Shawna Epps of Starke, Shawna possesses a
Resources System ( Blom, the team's captain and one of mathematics backgroundand
lends support services last year's state tournament participants her extroverted nature makes December 1 1987.Qualification .
tional student and seniors Rickey Smith
her asset in this competition.
in a six county area: and Chris Powell for leadership.Also Shawna an likes to read romance will be from
returning is last year's junior novels in her leisure time.
and Union Counties. varsity MVP,Mike Blalock. If these with 3
Senior Chris Powell,returns
One function of Child players make their mark on the Noon, October 12 through
identification of young players,then success could be
dicapped preschool October 16. Positionsup
the location of children Noon,
between birth and 21 NEW HOME,SINGER and VIXIKS
who may have a < Lawtey Authorized Satti If Service for election will be:
and are not receiving SEWING MACHINE
Some areas of Oct. 18.Election. .
tions may be speech, ) day is set for Tuesday, TUNE-UP Clerk
hearing, vision, December 1. A ALL $ E*95MAKISfl

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The Bradford Starke. Florida and additional .
meets the first mailing offices
month at 7:30: p.m. in
Presbyterian Church, Postmaster Send address
hospital. changes to: Bradford County
New members Telegraph. P.O. Drawer A. Calling you
Starke FL 32091 With Speed

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gram, a citizen is
with the Police
call in before 10 a.m.
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October 8.1987 TELEGRAPH PageAI, J .

Travis Woods is New Starke Mavor. '
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by Buster Rahn commissioner Vernon Silcox, who Silcox to be vice-mayor for the year resources;'advised tile council -
BCT Staff WriterCommissioner has served as mayor of the city 198788. that purchasing natural gas from
Travis Woods was many times. sources, other than Florida Gas
elected Mayor of Starke, Tuesday, Agreement Signed... Transmission Co.Fla.Gas), will I
October 8, during a regularly Mayor Woods is beginning his City Attorney Terence Brown save the city in excess of$76,888 per II II I
scheduled meeting of the city coun eigth year on the city council, com presented a copy of an Interlocal year, and Fla.Gas doesn't object to I
cil. pleting his fourth term in office. agreement he received from the the change.:
Mayor Y{ succeeds! veteran The council.elected.former mayor board of county commissioners,
relative to the solid waste assessment Weldon said 14 cities have banded
L4 ordinance. Attorney Brown together to effect the savings and/ i
? + said the agreement omitted a phrase have worked for two years to reach
and a paragraph which was in the this point.To Implement the change
proposed agreement he had submit- will require modification of the con
ted to the county, but the omission tract with Fla. Gas, which Weldon
does not fatally flaw the agreement recommended.
and Brown recommended the city
council sign and return the agree-- Fla. Gas is in business to
ment as written by county attorney transport gas and other Items,
Reggie Flynn. through its pipe line, and would like
City commissioners agreed, giving to get out of the gas production
i Bradford county authority to col- business, according to Weldon.His .

...., .
I n..sra.* _-
Veterans Renew City Vows... Ida Creighton is Seated On Hampton Council*...
City Attorney Terry Brown administers the oath of office to veteran officials Ida
Creighton receives the Oath of Office from
,,(I l-r): City Clerk Nell Tucker, Commissioner Charles Schaefer, Hampton Mayor "
Padgett at a special meeting called Friday. Oct. Z, to reorganize the
Commissioner Vernon Silcox,and Police Chief Jimmy Bowen. Hampton City Council.
Tucker Is beginning his fourth term clerk.Schaefer,with 14
two-year as
Creighton of three
one newly elected council members, but was the
and Silcox with 16 ,are senior In service on the county.Chief t
years year ,- only one to show up to be sworn In and seated on the council. Frank
Bowen has served 14 years. _. t Bryant was absent, and John Allen was said' to be out of town.

NOTICE OF ELECTION Creighton Sworn InTwo

recently elected councilmen Chairman Ted Curtis passed his
1 I+y -i. : of Hampton failed to show up at the gavel to Mayor Padgett so that he
J. D. Griffls, Mayor of the Town of Friday, Oct. 2, meeting called to could nominate Wadsworth to the
reorganize the city government. chairmanship, who was elected.
Raiford, by virtue of the authority vestedin Newly elected councilwoman Ida Creighton was elected vice-
me by law do hereby call an election to Creighton was sworn in by Mayor chairman.
Elwood Padgett, and was seated on
be held at the Town Hall in the aforesaid the council. Newly elected councilman Land Use Plan...
Frank Bryant and re-elected The only other business to come
Town for qualified voters on Tuesday, councilman John Allen, said to be before the council was a resolution
October 20, 1987 for the purpose of f out of town, were absent. from the North Florida Regional
The first order of business was to Planning Board requesting
electing officers for said Town. elect a new chairman. Councilman authorization to apply for a grant for
Waldon Wadsworth nominated John Hampton to update its city land use
Honor, the Mayor...! Allen to the seat, but since he was plan.
absent and could not conduct the The regional planning board will
for said election: Woods takes the gavel as the mayor of
Inspectors Commissioner
business of the council the nomina- do the work for the amount of the
Odessa taylor Starke from outgoing Mayor Vernon Silcox. tion was withdrawn. grant, if received.,

Myrtle Lee Sweat lect assessments within the city.
Starke was the last of the four
municipalities in the county to sign 7 klrt
Baliff Clerk:

Monroe Johns Geneva Wallace up.Naatural Gas...
Bill Weldon, superintendent of

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Page4A TELEGRAPII October 8, 1987

A Sick American

ebiTORiA1SFaulty .

47 -

Lest we be accused of plagarlsm, the Achilles heel that put poor Joe t
Blden out of the presidential sweepstakes, we hasten to explain that this
New Gun Law bit of literary Americana has been floating around so long that It Is now In 6
the public domain. Perhaps some of our readers have read It before, In tone
Has Floridians ConfusedTwo form or another,and If the writer was known,we'd be more than glad .'
to give him or'her full credit of authorship. Perhaps you may have a '
malaise of your own concerning some pet peeve about life as it Is lived to
day. If so, we'd be glad to add your name to our list of"sick Americans" ir as '
Marion County boys died to use deadly force to protect and air your gripes In our letters column.
young themselves, law officers point out that The Editor
last Saturday from gunshots fired at
do not make them free-
gun permits t
their homes in unrelated accidents.
lance policemen. "You might be charged There are those who claim I am sick of being told that \T WrN \
Eight-year-old Brent Binegar was if shoot someone policemen mad who
with a crime you ours is a "sick" society; that our are dogs
shot in the head and killed by a ten-year- who attacks you, if that person is not country Is sick; that we are sick. should not have gunsbut that JW

old friend who was showing off his armed, or if he or she attacks with a Well, maybe they're right. I submit criminals who use guns to rob,

parents' pistol, a powerful .457 magnum weapon that isn't lifethreateningitself that I'm sickand maybe maim and murder should be

revolver. A single round from the gun ," the lawmen warn. are, too. understood and helped back Into ciNfII

struck Brent in the head and he was pro- Secretary of State Jim Smith believes you 1 am sick of having policemen society. I am sick of being told it

nounced dead on arrival at the hospital. strongly that citizens applying to carry ridiculed and called "pigs" while is wrong to use napalm to end a

Later the same day, five-year-old concealed weapons should be aware of cop killers are hailed as some war overseasbut If It's a

Brian Owens was shot by his father's their responsibilities under the law of kind of folk hero. I am sick of being Molotov cocktail or a bomb at

magnum which had been stored in the self-defense. license to carry a con- told that religion Is the opiate home, I must understand the

trunk of the family car. While cleaningout cealed weapon is not a license to use it," of the people, but marijuana provocations.I .

the trunk, Brian's father momen- he warns those who receive gun permits should be legalized. I am sick of
tarily turned away, turned back around "If you do, the law will protect you commentators and columnists am sick of not being able to

and saw his son holding the gun. When only if you've acted within the law. canonizing anarchists, revolutionaries take my family to a movie unlessI

the father tried to grab the gun from the Even if someone starts a fight with you, and criminal rapists, want to have them exposed to
nudity, homosexuality, incest,
boy, the weapon accidentally fired, you must make every reasonable effort but condemning law enforcementwhen
and the narcotics.I .
glorification of
fatally wounding the child. consistent with your own safety to avoid such criminals are broughtto
am sick of riots, marches, Take note all of you: You will
These tragic deaths were not isolated the use of deadly force, including justice.I .
confrontations, not find me throwing a rock or a
incidents. Hardly a week goes by that retreating from someone" who is attemp- am sick of being told that and the other mob temper tan- bomb; you will not find me -

some youngster or teenager is not fatal- ting to attack you, Smith advises. pornography is the right of the trums of people Intellectually incapable under a placard; you will not see

ly wounded by a handgun carelessly left Florida law justifies the use of deadly free press, but freedom of the of working within the me take to the streets; you will
by a parent in a dresser drawer or on a force when someone is trying to protect press does not include being ableto system. not find me ranting to wild-eyed

shelf within reach. himself, herself, or another person from read the Bible on school I am sick of hearing the same mobs.

To add to an already dangerous situa- death or serious bodily harm, or when grounds.I slick slogans, the cries of people
tion, a legislative oversight in a fluke trying to prevent a forcible felony, suchas am sick of Supreme Court who must chant the same thing But you will find me at work,

law passed at the last session has madeit robbery, rape, burglary, or kidnapping. decisions which turn criminals like zombies because they paying taxes, serving in the community
Using or displaying a handgun loose on societywhile other where I live. You will
legal to carry firearms in a holster ; haven't the capacity for verbalizing
strapped around the waist in full sight under any other circumstances could decisions try to take away my thought. also find me expressing my

and ready for instant use by anyone who result in a person's conviction for means of protecting my home anger and indignation to some

thinks, or even imagines, that he (or crimes such as improper exhibition of and family. I am sick of pot- I am sick of cynical attitudes elected officials.
firearm, manslaughter, or worse," according smoking entertainers delugingme toward patriotism. I am sick of
she) is being threatened by another per- You will also find me speakingout
son. to the warning pamphlet.Gun with their condemnation of politicians with no backbones. I
moral standards late- am sick of permissiveness. I am in support of those officials,
permits under the new law require my who
In taking the responsibility for issuing institutions and personalities
television. sick of the dirty, the foulmouthed -
fee and $21 finger- night
a$125 license a of
permits to carry a concealed weapon the unwashed. I am contribute to the elevation
away from the county government and print processing fee. Since the Bradford new law sick of the decline of personal society and not its destruction.You .
placing it with the State, the legislature was passed, 47 residents for honesty, personal Integrity and will find me contributing my
passed a law to regulate concealed County have sought applications N /' human sincerity. time, money and personal in-
weapons, but neglected to make it illegal permits. This compares with 438 in F fluence to helping churches,

to carry unconcealed weapons. Alachua, and 211 in Putnam. Most of all, though, I am sick hospitals, charities and other

Consequently, some would-be cowboyswith Persons applying for permits will of being told I'm sick. I'm sick of establishments which have
high heel boots are adding leather have their criminal background checked being told my country Is sick- shown the true spirit of thiscountry's
holsters around their sheriff's investigators and determination to ease
hips. by county when we have the greatest nation -
Recognizing their mistake, the by state employees. If the applicant hasa that man has ever brought pain, suffering, eliminate hunger

legislators are rushing to remedy a bad clean police record, free of felony con- forth on the face of the Earth. and generate brotherhood.But .

situation by passing corrective legisla-- victions and no recent record of drug or Fully 50 percent of the people on
tion, which was scheduled to come other:.chemical dependency, he or she Earth would willingly trade most of all, you'll find me
must also pass a firearms training requirement at the polling place. ThereIf
before the Senate and the House places with the most deprived,
Wednesday.In including hunter educationor the most underprivileged amongus. you listenyou can hear the
safety course.Regardless thunder of the common man.
the meanwhile some firearms safe- of what law the There all of us can cast our

ty instructors fear that over-zealous gun legislature finally comes up with, gun- Yes, I may be sick, but if I am votefor an A merica where peo-
owners might be encouraged by the owning parents are again reminded to only sick, I can get well. I can ple can walk the streets without
law that went into effect October
faulty new -
use the utmost care in keeping their also help my society get wetland fear.
1 to take the law into their own
in fail-safe place secure well. (Author Unknown)
weapons a my country get
hands at the drop of a hat. ,
from the inquisitive hands of their or 'J, ",. .
While Florida citizens have the right their neighbors' children.

Weeks Resigns Position With Bradford LibraryArnold I

I Bottle-Can Law NeededNotice -

Weeks, director of the Bradford advanced studies at the University Of West of the Bradford County Historical Board of
Florida Pensacola, where he became Trustees.
in a
Public for the five
all the trash, cans and bottleson even addressing the problem of years County, has resigned Library effective October past 27 to Phi has Alpha done Theta Honor Society work member.He Weeks said he was leaving the library

our road ways? Litter is a major problem polluting Florida's fragile water tables.It accept a position as director of Clay Coun- and education post,graduate and established in history a here with regrets,but that the Clay County
in Bradford County. is estimated that 12 million tons of ty libraries. He will assume his duties geneological collection of data at the position was an advancement he could not
there on October 28.
turn down. He and his wife, Cyndy, will
library here to assist interested in
Notice all the and discarded solid wastes- some of which could be persons
garbage that field. He is a member of the Starke continue to reside at Crystal Lake. Mrs.
furniture thrown around the landfill collection recycledare generated each year in A native of Florida, Weeks is a graduateof Rotary Club and a Paul Harris Fellow with Weeks will continue her association with
sites at Lawtey, Starke, and the state with 80 percent of that windingup Florida State University and has done Rotary International. He is also president the library in Starke.

Brownlee Road? It takes a crew work- in landfills. For instance Bradford's

ing full time to keep the sites halfway current landfill has a life of two years,

clean. three at the outside. Then the county County Agent's Notebook By Bobby Taylor- --- I
will face closure costs on the presentsite
Thus, it was encouraging this week to
and the of purchasing a
read that Rep. Sid Martin, expense
site. During late summer, caterpillars cause 0 -
D-Gainesville, chairman of the House new problems for gardeners all over our state. Caterpillars & Ornamentals on large caterpillars. Malathion must be
Natural Resources Committee, will Americans including those right herein As you probably know,caterpillars are the applied thoroughly, to Insure contact withal
push for a state returnable bottle and Bradford County, need to begin think- larval stage of butterflies and moths. mechanically, or with chemical rays. If the caterpillars.This can sometimes be
the! _caterpillars! are large, andfewln hard to do
especially on large shrubs and
can law during the 1988 legislative ses- ing in terms of lessening the load on the While many of our winged adults are attractive number, they can Be remfrom plantsby trees.
the damage caused by the larvae
landfill. We need to recycle and reuse hand. Or if Bacillus
is not. Because caterpillars are egg masses are recognized, thuringiensis isn't a chemical.
sion.We everything possible.A these can be destroyed before they hatch. It's a bacterial concentrate that's deadly
live in a throw-away society. ravenous feeders, they can cause con-
Chemical include onto
control materials
sevin, caterpillars. It won't harm other
When something is worn out, we throwit bottle and can return deposit law is siderabledamage in a short time.So,early malathion, and bacillus thuringiensis. insects. any
away with not a second thought. a start toward the solution of a major detection and prompt counter measuresare Sevin is a stomach poison that is good to

Eventually, it ends up in the county problem. If we are to maintain the There very are important.far too many kinds of pest use on small caterpillars that are hard to always When use applying caution pesticides and common, you should sense.

landfill, where garbage is a growing qualities of Florida that bring millionsof caterpillars to cover in a single article,butI tact find. However So,sevm isn't be a very good con- Avoid contact with the concentrate, and
it can't used
problem. It is expected to cost us Brad-- people here each year, and 900 new will discuss a few of the common ones caterpillars that are already quite against large. stay out of the spray drift. Read the product
ford Countians, though a small and residents each week, we must begin you may encounter,and comment on some Malathion is a good contact poison, but a label carefully, and follow all directions -

rural area we might be, literally thinking about causing less pollution. basic Sod control webworms measures.and fall armyworms poor stomach poison. So, it's best for use exactly.

millions in the coming years. Of course, That means support of such new seriously damage lawns. And, it's not 0-- _.
garbage is just as big a problem, or measures, such as the proposed bottle unusual for both to attack at the same
much worse, in urban areas. This is notI and can law. time. Webworms are the smaller of the the Editor
two species, reaching a length of only J : Letters to
I I about 3/4 of an inch, compared to 1V4 In-
ches for armyworms. In general, both are
I I Liberal Conservative? I greenish in the young stage, turning brownas
or they mature. Their feeding is similar, -
resulting..in notched or ragged leaf edges. Humane Society Grateful For Support of Sale
The most overused and misused words in the Radical,of course,has become the dirtiest of However, webworms tend to feed !in Patches -
dictionary of political terms are: liberal and words" Harris wrote, "flung around carelessly while armyworma' scattered Sale was a main
conservative. The definitions of these two It is more Last weekend's Rummage the function of our group is NOT to
and sometimes maliciously. applied -
damage.The big success for the Bradford Humane pick up stray and unwanted pets, but to en-
words given in the dictionary have nothing to the is
the left the rightbut right
to by
I dog caterpillar is a common organization to get the
enabling our
do with the unfavorable connotation that has Radical orange Society, sure well-being of all animals in our
often Just as'radical'in its own way. trees. It's black with white debt and continue to
pest on citrus out of operate. community. Cruelty cases, injured or sick
around them in the mind.
grown up public a good word in its original meaning, Harris markings, and slimy looking. It's eggs However, if new members are not found stray animals, and developing a
The late Sydney J.Harris,a keen observer of said, pointing out that the American Revolu- which look like small yellow beads, are soon, our Humane Society cannot survive. spay/neuter program are the society's
the social and political scene, once wrote: "I tion was a radical step taken to ensure a con- laid on the newest plant growth.At maturity Through the support of the main goals at present.
devoutly wish we could get rid of two words In servative government when every other effort the orange dog becomes a swallowtail generous raisedat
public,several hundred dollars was
the popular lexicon-- liberal and had failed. an adequate animal shelter it
butterfly.If last weekend's sale, and we are hopingto does little for
good an Individual to
conservative. In Harris's view, "Society Is like a pot of you've ever suddenly felt a sharp, do as well or better this Thursday, Friday all the unwanted pets at their home
own ,
According to Harris's definition, liberal soupit needs different and contrasting ingredients stinging sensation while pruning a plant, and Saturday, Oct. 8, 9, 10. but that is exactly what most people think
it and flavor and lasting in with two
to body contact
give have come
means liberating- implying more freedom, you may
more more flexibility, more nourishment. It I 10 compound- simple. Not stripes (one white and one maroon) down At present, there are less than ten people they should do. City and County Commissioners -
humaneness openness, and more willingness to change like the wine that drugs us, or caffeine that both sides of its body. It hat many clumpsof working out of their homes, who takeon are the ones who must be told by
when change Is called for. agitate, but a blend to satisfy the most stiff poisonous hairs. Touching these is all responsibilities of the Humane Society everyone- desperately need a shelter.
divergent tastes.Of course,this is an ideal-an painful to most people. In some cases, the program. There is a great need and de- They're the ones who can do the most to
Conservative as defined by Harris, means impossible vision never to be fully realized in reaction Is bad enough to require mand in our area for a Humane Societyand ,get things underway. But at present the
conserving and preserving what Is 1 best and any given society.But it is what we should aim hospitalization. The 10 moth caterpillar, what it can offer, but very little actual Commissioners will not deal with this old
most valuable from the past, a decent respectfor at,rather than promoting some brew that cult which Is only one of several stinging people-support. Without more people problem unless it Is brought to their attention .-
custom and tradition, and a reluctance to one taste alone." varieties, is found on such plants as working together to fill this need,the Brad- by aU of us.
change merely for the sake of change. hibiscus, poinsettias, palms, and many ford Humane Society will never be. more After making your call, plan on coming
Both attributes, he pointed out, are We agree with Harris's conclusion that the others. than it I Is right now. to this week's rummage sale. Although
necessary for the welfare of any social order. word liberal and conservative in their present -Caterpillars can be controlled Most people don't seem to realize that much has already been sold more Is coming
"Liberalism alone can degenerate Into mere political sense are meaningless and do not take In each day. U you would like to donate
permissiveness and anarchy. Conservatismalone into account that there are conservative-to- something for this cause, Just bring it to
Is apt to harden Into reaction and repres- moderate liberal, Just as there are liberal-to- the sale (behind Andrews Drugs) this
sion. moderate conservatives, and all shades In bet = weekend. Here you will find
I "Yet, In the rhetoric of politic both words- ween. It takes all degrees of liberalism and household goods, clothe, and aau
liberal and conservative-turned Into dirty conservatism to spice the soup of democracy. in between. There will also be
words," Harris continued. "Liberals turned Simply using the words liberal conservative on Items donated by local businesses.
into'bleeding heart,and conservatives'wantto to describe any man or woman in public life 1* Come out and help the Humane Society
turn the clock back'. an Inaccurate oversimplification cope with the problem of animal care In
I "Th."bour"ln neighbour comes from the Dutch" cHww meaning a I.rm r.Th Bradford County. .
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October&1987 TELEGRAPH rU.("

D.A.R. Meeting Held Oct. 5 l I

k. Carolyn Carlton of Jacksonville Mrs. David Taber, Regent con-
r Elbert ducted the business meeting. COffee .
y aI spoke to the Cot Samuel SOCial News
I ,' Chapter, NSDAR meeting on Mon- hour followed the adjournment of
day, Oct. S, at the home of Mrs. the meeting. Guests present were
David Taber in Keystone Heights Ms. Carolyn Carlton and Mrs.
The program was on James Mildred Frick.If .
Madison, Who was architect of the you are Interested in belongingto Weddings Births O Club News
Constitution. the DAR, please phone Margaret .
Social Events
Engagements Church News
Jewelle Brown presented the program Brown, 964-7731, or Mattie Taber,
on National Defense and 473-2984.
pointed out the importance of Camp
Standing. It is a big business for this Hutchins Medical Explorers
.I area Is supported by the Federal Tancle ,
and State governments training the House Set
National Guard and providing protection Paul CauseyTo Open

Blanding for us., it When should the be guns music boomat to Wed Oct. 24Mr. for Oct. 79-

our ears. Mrs. Brown compared the
Surprised Roastees and Children... problems of the early governmentwhen and Mrs. Wayne Hutchins of An open bouse will be held by the
forming the Constitution with Medical Explorers Group for new
Flo and Tom Slade with their granddaughter. Christy Welchel. and similar problems facing our government Starke announce the approaching members between the ages of 1421.
children standing from left: Flo O'Brien.Tom Jr..Joanne Sawyer and todayimport problems, marriage of their daughter, Tancie The meeting will be held Monday
Susan Welchel. hostage and impressment of seamen Mae Hutchins, to Paul C. Causey, Oct. 19 at Bradford County
Tom Slade was roasted by his friends at Rotary Club dinner last Thurs: and payment of_debts. son of Mr.and Mrs.Willis C.Causeyof Emergency Services,beginning at 7
day. Slade claimed complete surprise. Master of ceremonies was Nell Starke.
Tucker, his good friend. Woman's Club of StarkeTo The wedding Is planned for 1 p.m., t t> /r p.m.Anyone interested in Joining this
Saturday, Oct. 24, at Hope Baptist group is invited to this open house.
Meet Oct. 14 Church. No local invitations are be-

Slade 'Roasted' at Rotary luncheon October 14 and is the meeting regular monthly of the ing invited sent. AU to attend.Announcing.friends. and relativesare Armed ForcesLt.

I Woman's Club of Starke, beginningat ,J///
12 at the club building. ...
Officer's Club noon Cmdr. RyskampIn
Banquet at Mrs.Thelma Jennings,Chairman Benjamin Reinken Safari
0'' DtanneWood Ocean
and her committee, comprised
Al and Susan Reinken of Indian
and Donald Lord
Neil Tucker served Mrs. Pat Scoggins, Mrs. Margie Trail, N.C., announce the birth of a Navy Lt.Cmdr.Robert Ryskamp
as master-of-
Tom Slade, Sr., long-time Thomson Mrs. Mona Canova, Mrs.
Edward born Sept. whose wife Kerry is the daughter of
ceremonies son, Benjamin ,
Rotarian and president of Slade and introduced severallongtime Liz Nasworth, Mrs. Muriel Norman, Donald and Ginny ShackJeford of
Transport, Inc., was alternately friends of the honor guest, Mrs.Shirley Douglas,Mrs.Dot Sale, 10.1987.Maternal grandparents are Bill WoodLordTo Keystone Heights, is currently participating -
roasted and toasted his fellow who served as "roasters", including and Saun-
by Mrs. Jane Trawick Mrs. Edwards of Lake. in exercise Ocean Safari
June Kingsley
club members and out-of-town Arch Thomas, Jr., of Ft. Lauder- dra Green, will serve the luncheon Paternal are Bill ft1( aboard the aircraft carrier USS
friends Thursday night, Oct. 1, at a dale; John Kopelousos of Orange and present a program on Educa- grandparents of Miami. WedMs. rorrestal.homeported in Mayoort.
and Barbara Reinken
dinner held in the Camp Blanding officers Park Mr. Slade's son, Tom, Jr., of tion.
club. Jacksonville; and Drew Reddish, Elaine B. Wood of Kingsley
Katie Anne
Dr. Robert A. Davis, president of J.E. Tomlinson and Gene Matthews, Did You Know... RappMr. Lake announces the engagement of CWO Charles ColemanIn
Southern Methodist College at all of Starke.An by Linda Ilildebran .and Mrs. Mark Rapp of Starke her daughter, Dianne Elaine, to Ocean Safari
Lakeland, commended the honor unusual feature of the programwas announce the birth of a daughter, Donald Kevin Lord of Jacksonville.Miss .
guest,who is a member of the Presi a tape recording by Vickie Out of town guests that attendedthe Katie Anne born Sept. 26. She joinsa Wood is also the daughter of Navy Chief Warrant Officer
dent's Council, for his long.time interest Carver Heidegger of Lakeland, a 50th Reunion of the Ciass of 1937 brother,body, 2 years old. Leslie H. Wood of Starke. Mr. Lordis Charles W.Coleman,son of Lois Coi-
and support of the college's recipient of a Southern College on Sept. 18-19 were: Mr. & Mrs.Sam Maternal grandparents are Mr. the son of Mr.and Mrs.Robert J. eman of Starke is currently participating -
scholarship fund. The two men are scholarship provided by the Rotary Garofalo of Apopka, Mr. & Mrs. and Mrs. Charles Pounds of Lord of Keystone Heights.The in exercise Ocean Safari
both natives of Georgia and were Foundation. George Scales and Artford Brown of Hiawassee, Ga. wedding will be an event of J7 aboard the aircraft carrier USS
friends before coming to Flonda. Among his other activities, Mr. Sanford, Mrs. Callie H. Rye of Gran- Paternal grandparents are Mr. January 23 at the Community Forrestal, bomeported in Mayport
A highlight of the occasion was the Slade currently serves as chairmanof din,Mr.&Mrs.Paul Schneider from and Mrs. Douglas Rapp of Largo. Church of Keystone. Family and Fl.The
presentation of a Paul Harris Fellow the Polio-Plus fund for the Starke Suwannee, Mr. & Mrs. Ovid Lewis friends are cordially invited to at- exercise is being conducted in
Award to Rotaryann Flo Slade, the Rotary Club, a project of Rotary International from Tallahassee, Mr. & Mrs. OrlieSponholU John J. Busby tend. the North Atlantic Ocean
first woman to receive this honor in to make the world polio- from Gatlinburg,Tn., Mr. Capt. and Mrs. Thomas E. Busby A 1968 graduate of Bradford High
the Starke Club, free by the year 2000 & Mrs. Elmer Jones from (formerly Carol Bloodworth) proudly School and a 1984 graduate of the
LaMirada, Cal., Mr. & Mrs. Willis announce the birth of a son,John University of New York in Albany
Smith from St. Augustine, Mr.Oleta James, born Sept. 22, in Eatontown, Mrs. Barksdale Will N.Y., with an Associate of Science
Goodwin from Waltenboro, S.C., N.J. He joins a 2-year-old brother, Celebrate 90th BirthdayThe degree. CWO Coleman Joined the
Rosell Noegel from Ocala, Mrs. Tommy. Navy in November,1968.
Ethel Prevatt from Silver Springs, Maternal grandparents are Mr. family of Mrs. Virgie Thomas
::4a) Floried Killingsworth from Smyrna, and Mrs. Jim Bloodworth of Starke. Barksdale cordially invites you to an Pvt. David Rogers
Ga., Mr. Si Mrs Lester Sponholtz, Great grandmother is Lucy Blood- Open House in honor of Mrs. Completes BasIc'Army
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Jerrell, Mr. &Mrs. worth of Gainesville. Barksdale's 90th birthday. The Open
DRESS& GIFT SHOP Hall Alexander, all from Jackson- --, ..- House will be held Sunday Oct. 18th National Guard Private
David F. of OJL and
Rogers son
ville. Remember..No school tomorrow from 2:00 to 5:00: p.m., at 1063 Bes-
Clara Clark Wilkes of Starke. com-
Forty-five members of the Starke (Friday, Oct. 9)it) is a Planning sent Road in Starke. friends and pleted basic training July 9 at Fort
Gator Quarterback Club took a trip Day for Teachers. The family invites all Bliss Texas.
I relatives to share this special occasion -
by chartered bus to the Florida-LSu Rogers also completed his Ad-
game this past weekend. They spent Remember..B I G game tomor- and requests no gifts, please. vanced Individual Training Oct.5 at
'l.OA/ Leila'sMade Friday and Saturday nights at the row night-Tornadoes will play Mac- Sheppard Air Force Base,Texas.
St. Ann's Hotel in the French clennv.
Quarter of New Orleans and traveled -
/J"1 OtV Has to Baton Rouge Saturday night BUDGET SUMMARY
i i:! s for the game. The club will travel to
srgOM; \ To The four away games this year. They
welcome new members.Mr. READVERTISEMNTBRADFORD
qkF. Time!
f 7 Mitchell have "-
and Mrs. John
.. J just returned from touring North ... 9U. .T.X'-' ,BOARD..Of COUNTY, COMMISSIONERS". t.:T
/ This hot little number Georgia for the last two weeks. '1/\ t .:
J i is a delightful addition 'FISCAL YEAR 87/88
to your wardrobe,and Danny and Cindy Hildebran and
i /,' its available only at daughter Hilary have moved back to
,..- LeifaliSweatshirt Starke from Jacksonville, while
Danny is attending the University of

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W--_ REVENUES ..' :>,;sAd "

Valorem Taxes .. 1,652,113.00Occupational
ytY Licenses and Zoning Fees 59,300.00

State Revenue Sharing 325,000.00

State Grants and State Revenue Allocations 655526.00

Half-Cent Sales Tax 319925.00

r : 7 c Local and State Gas Tax 818,397.00

: Building Reserve and Interest Earned 672928.00
__ 50448.00
Transfer from other funds
I- County F/B Fees and Interest Earned 272,130.00
Reserve Funds

TOTAL..S 5585920.00


County Salaries, Matching Funds and Operating Acct. 690100.00

Clerk of Circuit Court, Finance, and County Court 397032.00

Appraiser Salaries and Operating Cost 232058.00

Tax Collector Commission 115000.00

Call on us County Appropriation to Other Agency 140746.00

Election Salaries OPS, and Operating Cost 101828.00

Fire Control Service and Fire Departments 43112.00

24 hours a day.FPL Zoning Salaries OPS, and Operating Cost 71.788.00

Communication Salary and Operating Cost 36101.00

customer service telephone Agriculture and H.E. Salaries and Operating Cost. 54467.00
and Operating Cost 1 6,175.00Mosquito
Veteran Officer Salary
representatives are ready to assist Control Department Cost 198647.00

you with inquiries and requests Public Library Department Cost 102055.00

24 hours a day 7 days a week. City and County Recreation Cost 7500.00

Please call the telephone number Hospital/Nursing Home/Ambulance Cost 154900.00 117.759.00County
Custodian Salaries County Utilities, and Maintenance
which appears on your bill. Reserve for Contingency 321183.00

County Transportation Road 'Department 1023754.00

and Maintenance Cost 17760.00
Jail Repairs
lIdiFLORIDA I Public Defender and Medical Examiner 120500.00
= : Court Reporter,
I Sheriff Salarels Bailiff OPS, and Operating Cost 418.972.00

: POWER S LIGHT COMPANY i. Jail Salaries and Operating Cost 228924.00
Law Enforcement Education Cost 4000.00
and Computer Cost 55640.00
Law Library Books. County Insurance
Emergency Medical Services
Building Reserve Cost
Solid Waste Department Cost 245237.00

S/W, Courthouse Debt Service and Capital Outlay 203140.00 60.373.00

Health Deparment Cost

TOTAL . . . . . . . . . .. .$ 5585920.00



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Church Chaffer .... ..... ... ... ..... ....'UIII

Dobson Film Will Be Shown SundayMadison

St. Baptist Church will remaining four films will be shown
show the second film in a new seriesof weekly through Nov. IS at the
Dr.James Dobson films currently church, located at 900 W. MadisonSt.
being shown there. This series of ., Starke.
films is called Turn Your Heart For more information contact
Toward Home. Henry L.McKinney Jr.,964-7557.
This week's featured film will be
"Power In Parenting: The Young CommunityNews
Child" offers many practical helps
for facing the battlegrounds in child-
rearingbedtime, mealtime and Greater Allen Chapel will be
other confrontations so familiar to celebrating our annual Church and
parents. Pastors Anniversary on Wednesday -
This film will be shown Sunday Friday and Sunday.Oct.14.18.
Oct. 11 beginning at 5:45 p.m., IS 18.The nightly services will begin at
minutes,earlier..than!: last week The 7:30 p.m.and Sunday at 11 a.m.and S .
3 p.m.
This is the 77th anniversary the
Bible Conference church and the 6th for the pastor.
At Smyrria Baptist The public is welcome.

Smyrna Missionary Baptist .A.A.C.P...
Church, corner Pratt & Myrtle St. The monthly meeting of the
Starke, invites everyone to attendtheir NAACP will be held Tuesday,Oct.20 ''
first Annual Bible ConferenceOct. In the annex of Allen Chapel Churchat :
19-23 at 7 p.m. nightly. 7:30 p.m. All citizens and
Guest speakers will feature: members are asked to attend.
Monday-Bro. Zachery Sizemore of
Peoples Baptist Church in Folkston; Ralford Baptist Will
Tuesday-Bro. James Ford of Faith
Have Revival Oct. 11-'14
Baptist Church in Macclenny; / / /

Wednesday-Bro. Wilfred McCormick First Baptist Church of Raiford -- I- h1t._d.dJ- rrrlrtrrr .lr.a/a...
of Harvest -- r-
Baptist Church in will have a revival beginning Sunday -
Jacksonville; Thursday-Bro.Edgar Oct. 11 and continuing through Class of '62...
Wilkinson of First Baptist Church in .Oct. M.7:30 .night- Messer. Barbara Whitehead Motley.. Barbara Davis Illte. Dorothy Hardy
Hollister; and Friday-Bro. Leroy Wenesday Row:DeWay McRae.David Smrtfcerlaad.Beney McGce.Lloyd Allen Jones Gwen Wynn Akrldge.Joyce Clark Miller Susan Slade Whelchel,Betty
Dalrymple of Cinnamon St. Baptist Rev. Wayne Bryant, Pastor of Mike Darby. George Morris. Clifford Rhode, Larry Crawford. Arthur Lou Wainwright Shaw Theresa Thomas llolllngsworth. Diane Colson
Church In Middleburg. Forest Hill Baptist Church in Tampa Hotliday. and Mike Foster. Moody. Sandra Salano Bowen Cindy Hubbard and Susan Davis
There will be special_.singing! will be the guest speaker. EveryoneCORRECTIONS Row: Denise Smart Akridge. JoAlyce Graham.Angelina Dlcandlo Ed- Miranowlcz.
J1ightJy; is invited. ding.Martha Green FiOch.Shirley Morrbon Bagwell.Linda Thomas Pace Row 4: Bill King Harold Seymour.Gall Andrews Hunt Marilyn Shannon
r Carol Ward Srplch. Doona Trawich Kelly Vicky Mother Casper Evelyn BlackweU.Janet Nichols Carter. Dorothy Savage Jones and Joe Sapp.
INDEPENDENT I Griffiths Aldridge. Abbie Harley Massey. Vera Crews Clayton and Elaine Row 5: Gary Bliss. Lester Austin. Charles Crews,John Register.Jimmy
Knowles CbU_. Johnson Grady Overstreet. Robert Hall Nathan Beck. Jimmy Moore
CHURCH OF GOD In last week's edition there was Row :9: Carolyn Shannon Gli.-. Mary Sehmttt Miller. Sandra Shealy Henry Harrell. Billy Anders Irwin Martin and Elbert Mersey.
OF PROPHECY INC. an article regarding a support group

L Revival Center to that form Mrs.for Betty parents Patrick of special was educa-trying BHS Class of 1962 Has 25th Reunion July 25The

901 North 3138 N.Tempi Av*. tion students.The article stated that
: W....7 p.m.-Sun. 2:30 p.m. "special education in Bradford
schools has only been in existence!a Bradford High School Class of 1962 held its 25th year reunion on July tending and to special guests,Ms.Delia Kosenberg and Mr.and Mrs.Jimmy
.couple of years." This statement 25, at the Starke Golf and Country Club. Rowe.Awards were presented to Hallie Seymour, parent with the youngest
was in errorBradford County has The club was decorated with the school colors of scarlet and gray.A reception child to Bernie McGee for having the most children to Joe Sapp for havingthe
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD had special education for many table was placed at the entrance holding candles flowers and a guest oldest child to Gayle Hurst for having the oldest grandchild, to George
Hwy 16& W.ldon St. Stork. g years but"much more has been accomplished book. Each classmate was given a name tag with their class picture and Morrison for having the youngest grandchild and to Mike Foster for having
Sunday School 1OOO a.m. in the past couple of name. Guests were also given name tags. Memorabilia was placed at van traveled the farthest distance.
years. We regret this error. tage points throughout the club. Scarlet and gray balloons with streamers After dinner, music from the 1960s was provided by Dean Blackwell,husband -
Morning Worship 11 p.m. accented the club ceiling. of classmate Marilyn Shannon Blackwell.
Evening Worship 6 p.m. Did You Know.... A social hour was enjoyed from 7-4 p.m..followed by a delicious buffet din Members of the reunion committee were: Lloyd Allen!: Shirley Morrison
W.... Mld-WMk,.",1 c..7:30 pj Rev.and Mrs.Andrew Crews and ner served by Sonny's Bar-B-Que.Each table was centered with an arrangement Bagwell Janet Nichols Carter Elbert Hersey Arthur holiday DeWayne
Staff Nuraary Available girls left Wednesday for Ar- of scarlet and gray flowers candles and 25th year decorations.Scarlet McRae,Abbie Harley Massey,Barbara Blankenship Reddish and Joe Sapp.
Rev. Stephen R. Pippin.Factor noldsville. Ga. Rev. Crews will be and gray napkins engraved with Class of 1962 were placed at each setting. The committee extends a special thanks to those attending and to the Starke
964-6971 the pastor of Corinth Baptist Churchin Miniature champagne glasses holding mints complimented each place set- Golf & Country Club Sonny's Bar-B-Que and Dean Blackwell for their
Arnoldsville Ga. ting. special efforts m making the evening such a grand affair.
lass Pre* >4 nt DeWavn McRae extended a warm welcome to those at-
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BADCOCK $0 f 4l.n a YESTERDAY TODAY Lewis Timber Co. Crafts & ConsignmentsLocated

off 100 S.toward Keystone
FURNITUREKim HWY 301 S. 9646871PO
Specialty Gift Shop" and TOMORROW! take right on 24th avenue follow
& Jan W. Call 964-8547 Box 207 Starke Signs. Eves.9645898All
Nature Sings of Jasua
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Garnets of Starke Christopher Cotumfcu And .able NCIUIIing i \: \' 4 Griffis & Sons Fibreglass DURRANCE PUMP &
Chimney braret cnided and saved OH to Ste vonden of anew Works SUPPLY

raw 'Home of the Stumpknockerboat" Attend your church regularly
Mot or ware tttmd of the udmo n.We haw
Owned& Operated our qualms and doUx aboLS a newlab.nr.gb
964-6108 964-6154 a fringe "y. begIrwIgnege.. Of .."pi'loaror. x' a HWY 301 N.964-4461 964-5531 864 N.Temple 964-7061
toeing the unccrtartm of We'" not 4
know wM Be*8hNd.and os any about being
Wheels Auto Sales Bradford Furniture HURSTS EXXON
Eyeglass Me lo cop...*i ft hi ttv ew-cta.Ig ng wand.Inmncuoely .re I
We Finance yearn far the wtttcn does not chInge.WhIIIfter : SERVICE
"Your tonwow bmp. re can bare ...
Buy Here -Pay Here 24 HR. WRECKER SERVICE"
ren. HWY 301 N.
eyeglass 1320 N.Temple Ave. ch td 987 N. TEMPLE AV.
103 Edwards Rd. 964-7783 Disc over 8ft abiding scary. Worship 964-7347 964-6111
Sundey. i \1 1H



The Best K-4-12 Dignified Service 238 E. Washington St.

236 S. SR 215 Mlddleburg MonumentsHWY
(904) 282-4211 301 S. 964-5757 964-5274

Gloria's Music House
*: Richard Kellogg and Gloria
Bibles & Bryant .
.:guitar,banjo alactrk baas Starke. FL 32091
104 W. L-.
Tues-Fri 11-7 Sun ft lion .

Bradford Title- AGENCY 10-2 AT : a WESTERN 964-5899 STEER FAMILY CROSLEY

worship this "S rvlng you first" s+ From"of u.at Western Steer

week" 441 W.Madison St US 301 South CORPORATIONMark

or 9646313 964-8061
Mullins & EmployeesCall
.::rrti.-.w..r --

WATERS Mosley Tire Co. lU! Insurance Now 964-8018 :

Corner of US US 301 N. Starke -
440 W. Madison e -
Lawtey, 964-6600 .M.I.. ACCIDENT CENTERS
HR Wrecker Service (Wirm-Dixie Shopping Center) '"IIR''T OF AMERICA INC.
: -
made exhaust ems This feature is published to 964-4695 n" me PAIN RELIEF DOCTORS

I NOEGEL'S NATIONAL encourage you to worship Glenn FibreglassFish I Homes Beautiful of

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

"Worship this week Directors & Comer of Thompson& Weldon Construction CompanyAll
firms listed
at the church of Staff the 964-5912 types of Home Improvement
1018 N.Tempi 9646766Terwillegar


i Sales & Service
Printing Company
a fact, you can do Complete Tire Shop& Auto 206 W. Madison & US 301
Supplies- Custom Framing Superior quality homes at
"All the right Printing Office Supplies better at Denmark's 402N.T.mpt-HWY301 Repairs N. affordable prices Starke 9647200SR

right I E. Ca St 9844925 434 W. Call 964-5827 964-6436 HWY 301 S. 904-6033 21 -Keystone Heights
155 W. Browntess

; HOME = State Bank Inc
,caring: service heaver .. All Your Pharmacy Needs"356W.Madison I II
i We rebuild starters of Starke Management&Staff
1 & Starkest Only Home Owned I
ptldy HWY 301 North
Sieve ft ft Staff 964-7170 -
Auto Marine c Independent Bank
.Plana 0044200-K yM>n* 473-3178 964-7500 .
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1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employees and their 3)) In case of ties we will use the total points scored
- 4Y 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 '
0' TELEGRAPH and must be'dropped off at the and their opponent combined In the
prizes TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Friday aftertiebreaker blank. For Instance If the score In the Tor.
,&''fte'J 00 noon. Fill In all the blanks with either the name of the nado game was Tornadoes 19, Opponents 7, the correct
Ye .' team you think will win or"tie" If you think the game score was 26 points.
.,'lc. 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.

Minnesota at Chicago ACE HARDWARE :
.sI Buffalo_ New England 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
A WinnerBARBQ Headquarters for ToybStove
REAL PIT With Sonny h Kerosene Heaters I.f{ON .

TIRE 6 Houston at Cleveland
i&i& 964-4642 BATTERY PHONE >

Phone 964-8840 230 N.Temple Ave. Starke FL SERVICE 964.6111
1101 S. Walnut. US 301 S. Next to Norman's Market

WILLIAMS JEWELRY Jelry Jones, Funeral Home STUMP'S
,\t I,III, Starks FL 32091 : ..1' DEPARTMENT STORE
-::: Family Owned and
Operated Watch Jones Convalescent Services JL
Bradford Square Starke 964-5423
446 West Madison StreetIn ..pair >

the Market Place 9647064OPENs 964-6200 Starke See Jim for a Large Selectio

of Men's Suits |1

Fullerton St.at UF Mon OO.:00...'. 473-3176 Keystone Hgts & Sportscoats 1 j

San Diego at Tampa Bay
York Jets at Indianapolis

Your Country Gator Auto Store
=srf The Working Man's,Friend GAS & FOOD STORE
.... .. .rn 964-5069
u mMir-M XI siMa1.
,........N7..._ITM1U.JrYMUC1.14nurwTww.Trafr 620 S. Walnut (US 301)) 964-8293
-aw.Mfre Faulkner ,
.;,T'!"\ .REALTOR pgpgi
';',:: LSU at Georgia
Maryland at Miami
FSU at S.Mississippi" I I IITmIDm

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"Old Fashioned Personal Service"GENERIC .. .
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U.S. 301 South .Louisffi *ee" WORKERS'COMPENSATION I & CAREER INC.
Russell Stover Candy.Hallmark Card
Tr.,< <,,.c( S A H GreeD Stamp .Soda Fountain 131 N. Cherry Street Starke, Florida
t4Ct*!'>its COMPUTERIZED PHARMACYSi1.1c 964-7423
New Orleans at St.
rn.ctr s.v1u fin ? H \ 964.7810 | E2 i Kansas City at MiamiSTARKB

Bryan's Ace Hardware 1k a
Lawtey Shell/Ice Cream ChurnUS

301 Lawtey Florida Faulkner Realty 4

First Choice Pizza ""I": ,, .

Macclenny at BHS
Shell Wllliston at Keystone Heights Home Entertainment Concepts ( 1463 US.301...WAUwT.T.soinTIL.NNON.
(.O4) .....4.. STAN. FLOKIDA 3aoel
Hurst Exxon Services


Lake Butler Starke Keystone Hgts. Jones Funeral Home .
S.W.6th Ave. US 301 South Jcl SR 21 &100 W. Madison
496- 079 964-6078 473-4973 0 lcJ
KOA KampgroundLawtey 964-7200
Philadelphia at Dallas !

Everything YOU Need II Shell We Have Your Wagon...

in Building Supplies, I\llrr\! Come' See How Economical
I Office
Paint & Tools Cincinnati at Seattle It Is to Operatel!
3 Locations to Serve You III
Orlan Wells Chevy-Olds.

First Choice Mitchell's Drugs "Superior Quality

At AfibrMlo: Prices"
6J Hwy 301 Starke Mosley Tire Co. =


12 inch die jse pizza,w/purchase of 16"pizza Sonny's BBQ Certified Builders
for $1O.5O inc. tax Hwy 301 South Stark. 964-6633
Pittsburgh at LA Ramp Stump's Department Store
964-7234 Washington at NY Giants

Terwillegar Motors
Fisher Makes Video Tfope
f Rent A Teal Tile Carpets
Easier Than E
THS Lpfflco Machine Copier Williams Jewelry .

OFF1CBi i :

) SHDP 45 &ft FISHER '.
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4\\ .w.CoII" From Per Mo. TIC GAME Kerne ContnOtd J

h; Larger Sises.Availably ;' NAME HOME ENTERTAINMENT .
....H..4 CONCEPTS,.-.....>>fc.|CtT Atlanta
Union County at Tallahassee AMU PHONE NO. .P .r.a..aaA. It


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91 (Wall Photo) $10.00 Due at

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2. 3x5 $ 9 9
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Class of 1937....
Jerrell Florled Klllingsworth, Martlle Hemingway GIVE OUR PICTURES FOR CHRISTMAS
Row 1: Ireta Saxon Garofalo Lois C. (Bill) Powell, Jack Underhill Albert Lee Crosby,
Virginia Fugate Darby, Patsy Clvils, and S.G. Denmark. W .a
Audrey Polk Schneider, and Louree . Row 2: Ovid Lewis Edna McKinney
KUUngsworth Dennis,Beatrice Mosley
Smith Oleta Smith Goodwin, Eula Mae 9
should be
Row 3: AI Kay Carlisle,Leola Norman not

DULL & sWTGroup

BHS Class of
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a living God! J
Reunion / charge
dead so i- 99
per person
should not be
Bradford High School Class of '37 .
Sept. 18-19 at the Starke Country Club. We
The event began with a social hour use
p.m., followed by a banquet. us r' DATE: r r r
Master of Ceremonies Chester Moody Thurs. Fri. & Sat. o
impressive candlelight memorial service
the class-among which were Edward Oct. 8.9.10
Truth United Pentacostal ChurchNE
Margie McMillan Hall, Rosa Mae Rowe, Apostolic Photo FOR CREA TIVE COLOR PORTRAITS
2nd Street Lawtoy RBV. Emmett Bright Hours: 9.12: 1.6
Teresa Jones
son, ,Randolph Quarles,
and Winfred Hazen.A .
candle was lit by Martile
each deceased member. A scripture ffJ t. .
Lewis. Y iY *
Dinner was served by the Western 1
were presented to all out-of-town guests. ?
The class presented Eula Mae Smith -E
&white carnations for her efforts in Large Selection:
was presented a gold engraved money
continuous work.A OFFICE of
breakfast for the class and their
Family Restaurant on Sat.,Sept. 19 An
S p.m. at the Starke Country Club. SHOPIALLWEEN
daughters and grand-daughters of the
Two hundred people called to GIFTS
refreshments and fellowship. Special e 110 W.Call St.
daughters for their endless help in in stockStarke
cess.Also a big thank you to Harry 964-5764
vices and excellent food and to H.L.Dye All 1988

'y for the beautiful decorations and Fla. .. .....,. .. ... .... ...... ...... ... ...
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School : ,

nwiRegister !
October 12-16 ,
Bradford Elem.&Middle School (
Mondayi SCANDINAVIAN MENU: Breaded :
fish portion, paralied potatoes, seasoned carrot o fro
ethos, julekage (bread with fruit) damsh fruit
cnoice(peaches,pears A prunes),milk.
Tuesday ALL AMERICAN MENU Double win
cheeseburger on sesame seed bun, lettuce,
p4ckto, onion, tomato, french fries apple, $50
chocolate chip cookie,milk.
Wednesday! WEST AFRICAN MENU' Congo
chicken with peanut sauce, savory rice, green giftcertificate
broccoli bites, Mack Plantain bread (banana
bread) orange wedges, milk
Greek-style green beans, Pompeii fruit bar,
milk. 32091'r : to be
hvm&urger gravy Hastings mashed potatoes givenOct.
Okeechooee green peas, Florida tweet potato of
pie, granny's hot rolls, sweet Beuies' nectar
(milk). away

Bradford High SchoolMonday I t: S 4V 30
SCANDINAVIAN: Breaded fish portion
panned potatoes, seasoned carrot coins
Julekage(bread with fruit),Danish fruit choice
(peaches pears,prunes),milk. %
Tueidayi ALL AMERICAN MENU: Doublecheeseburger
on sesame seed bun, lettuce
pickle, onion tomato, french fries, apple,
chocolate chip cookie,milk.Wednesday '
WEST AFRICAN MENU: Congo Goodselection
chicken with peanut sauce, savory rice, green
broccoli bites Mack Plantain bread (banana
bread)orange wedges,milk.
Ttmndayi MIDDLE EASTERN MENU-: Gvrns.Greekstyle nr
green beans,Mediterranean grapes, '
Pompeii fruit bar,milk.
Friday SOUTHERN STYLE MENU:Old South of" office
hamburger gravy Hastings mashed potatoes,
Okeechobea green peas, Florida iweet potato
Fri 2 giFts For

Hours 9:30-: 5:30: M-

9304.00: Sot. Jo all n-en. -

A Specialty ark Desk sets,
Cooler weather entices you to change Cross Pens
you with our excellent selection of rugs, ards Roledex
hangings.Custom orders always welcome.Our
shop is "St ntsational" for putting stock Telephone

Season's Peach Potpourri"is back in TfllOlAT Indexes and

NEW;Camoflage bears for your"Hunter more
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an alternative to mylar and less expensive! TV1i1
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Good taste needn't be expensive.
Lint catalog prove this with over "
Invitations,Announcements and :
created using exquisite paper,
It feature HeUogrivIng" 5 %
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NoticesNOTICE ...... .. .... ; .. .. .. .. ...-... '- ,-...- _._ --- ----- -"- -
..- ..- ---"- ,- .--- .. - --- ''-" '- -t.to'ICIo.1Nmirr1Otr: ; -iNTHFcmcurr COURT OF FLORIDA

Frelghtwoys, Inc., will sell at public shall take place after the Interviews.Jim TO REGISTER EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,IN AND

auction for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Duncan FICTITIOUS NAME FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
West of Hwy 301 S off Northslde of Ct. Jacksonville, Fla.: Sup.rlnt.nd.ntBradford Pursuant to Section B65.09 Florida Co.No.87.89-CP

SPECIAL EXCEPTION Rd. 227, to be used for office and .one lot of BI-Fold doors, consigned to County Schools Statutes, notice Is hereby given that In Re: ESTATE OF

APPLICATION residential. Compatible with CLUP. Concept Homes Lake Worth, Fla., 10/1 3tchg 10/15 the undersigned, ABAR SALES, INC., LOTTIE MAE BENNETT GHENT,
MELVIN SMITH has mod application This proposed change In classlflc .one lot of edger blades, consigned to P. O. Box 3408, lake City Ha. 32054, Decealed

for SPECIAL EXCEPTION 2, (Church. tlon Is subject to a public hearing to beheld Pot's Lawn Mower Sales, Boca Raton, sole owner, doing business under the NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe

and other houses of warship) for before Bradford County Zoning Fla., SALE firm name of STARK CLEANERS 1MB administration of the estate of

Church to the Bradford County Board Bard on Tuesday October 27 198; .one lot of drum cleaner,consigned to NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S that I I. DolphE. Edwards Read, Starke, PI. 32091 Intends LOTTIE MAE BENNETT GHENT, deceased '
NOTICE Is hereby given
of Adjustment on property that I. at 7:00: p.m., at the Council Room of South.rn Mill Creek Tampa sheriff of Bradford to register said fictitious name File Number 8789CP. Is pendingIn
classified RSF-MH and described Stark. City Hall 209 N. Thompson St., .one lot of carpet consigned Diane of under the aforesaid statute. the Circuit Court for Bradford County
below: Starke, Florida. At this time all persons Carter A Assoc., Tampa, Fla., County Florida, under wit by virtue Dated this 24th day of September, Florida, Probate Division the address
of Execution to
Writ :
2.5 acres located one half mule both for and against this pro. .one lot of dog food consigned to Issued out of County 1987 In Bradford County. of which Is Bradford County

Southeast of Lawtey off NE 64th Av.. posol shall be heard as specified I In Ralston Purina, Tampa, Fla., Court Execution of Alachua County Florida pur.suant JO/1 4tchg 10/22 Courthouse, Starke. Florida 32091, The
to wit: S 2ac of S'/. of NE 14 ofSec. the Bradford County Zoning Codes. .one lot of Parocllpse, consigned to Final for Florida name and address of the Personal
to a Judgement
tlon 23, Township 5 South Rang. 22 The Zoning Board will make a Christian TV Network, Cape Coral Pest Control of Gainesville, Florida, Representative and the attorney for
East out of Parcel 0!64800000.The recommendation to the Bradford Fla., In NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO the estate or. set forth below.

Bradford County Zoning Board County Commission on this application .one lot of records, consigned to Star and the amount against Earl of 702.95 W. Ray, together defendant wllhco.l. REGISTER All Interested persons are requiredto

will review the application and make a at their prescheduled hearing to beheld Records A Tapes, St. Petersburg. Fla., of collection. FICTITIOUS NAME file with this Court, WITHIN THREE
recommendation to the Bradford Wednesday November 18 1987at .one lot of dining chairs, consigned toKon. Pursuant to Section 665.09. Florida MONTHS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF
hove In
seized and -
County Board of Adjustment for their 7:30 p.m.. In the Commissioner .. Furniture, Plnellas Park Fla., Have the described my personalproperty possession Statutes, notice Is hereby given that THIS NOTICE: ((1)) all claims againstthe

public hearing to be h.ld at 7:30: p.m.. Room of Bradford County Courthouse. eon lot of door/partitions, hangerrail following the undersigned ABAR SALES, INC., estate and ((2)) any objection by anInterested

In the Commission meeting room of City Stark., Florida. At this time the Brad. track, consigned to Mrs Ap- to-wit Rider: lawn Mower Model P. O. Box 3458 Lek. City. Fla. 32056, person on whom this Notice
209 ford County Commission will make the Snapper sole doing business under the served that challenges the validity
Hall N. Thompson St., Starke, pletons, Plnellas Pork, Fla., No. 3011X5S, Serial No. 53094618As owner was
final decision on the proposed application firm of NEW METHOD CLEANERS 311 the Will the of the
Florida on Tuesday October 27, 19117. one lot of dog food consigned to the of the above named of qualifications
At this time all persons will b. heard after having two public hearings. Ralston Purina, Tampa Fla., defendant property and that on Monday, the N. Temple Ave., Starke Fla.. 32091, Intends Personal Representative, venue, or

concerning this application ai advertisement and posting. All persons .one lot of screen, consigned to Sep. 2nd day of November 1987 at 2:00 to register said fictitious name jurisdiction of the Court. '

specified In the Bradford County Zoning Interested In this application an palu Aho Green Screes, Fla., said the of under the aforesaid statute. All CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
Cod. hereby given notice of time and place to satisfy freight and storage the p.m.Bradford on County day on Jail premises I will offer Dated this 24th day of September, SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.

Director, B.C.B. of ADJ. for the two public hearings required. charges, under the provision of Section for sale and sell to the highest bidder A.D., 1987 In Bradford County. Publication of this Notice has begunon

Itchg 10/6 Dlrecto 4b) of Uniform Standard Bill of for cash In hand, the above described 10/1 4tchg 10/22 October 8, 1987.
Lading. :
property of said defendant to satisfythe
Bradford County< R. Franklin Pitch .
NOTICEAPPLICATION Gator Frelghtways, Inc. aforesaid Execution. Esq.P.
Itchg 10/1 O. Box 1143

CHARLES E. VANZANT Sr., has 02.805872 dtd 81387Pro. BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA ALLEN Y. D.LANEY, M.D., of the 1418 N.W. 6th Street
made application to the Bradford NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR 04.130466 dtd 7/21/87 10/8 4tchg 1029IN Gainesville Surgical Group will no Gainesville, Fla. 32602

County Zoning & Planning Departmentfor REZONING AND Pro. 02.797029 dtd 6/26/87 longer be In the office as of October 1, ((904)) 377-2689
reclassification of the property AMENDMENT OF THE Pro. 10.904267 did 2/17/87 1987. PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE:

described below from RSF-1 to RO: LAND USE PLAN Pro. 02.798593 dtd 7/7/87 THE CIRCUIT COURTOF His patients' records will be maintained R. Franklin Mitch

2.23 ac.. lots 1,2,3 84, of Plum Valley An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive Pro. 02-800477 dtd 7/16/87 THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL by the office and other p. O. Box 1143

Harbor unrecorded Subd., Parcel Land Use Plan Element and Pro. 02.803728 dtd 8/3/87 CIRCUIT IN AND FOR members of the surgical group will see 1418 N.W. 6th Street
06034-00401 Section 25. 8 Map by Bradford County Florida In accordance Pro. 14.794719 dtd 6/30/87
Township BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA previously made appointments for Dr. Gainesville, Fla. 32602
South Rang. 22 East, located 12 mil. with the local Government Pro. 02.802542 did 7/28/87 Case No. 87-487-CA DeLaney. ((904)) 377-2889

South of Stark. and 3 miles South of Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975! Pro. 02.802392 dtd 7/27/87 IN RE: The Marriage of 9/24 4tchg 10/15 10/8 2tchg 10/15
Keystone Heights off C.R. 21 In Bradford as provided for In Chapter 163 of the Pro. 02.803058 dtd 7/30/87 GLENN KEITH MADLEY,

County to b. used for retlden- Florida Statutes.TO 10/1 2tchg 10/8
tlal/offlce complexes. Compatiblewith : All citizens, taxpayers, and UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

This CLUP.proposed change In classification You and each of you ore hereby and PUBLIC AUCTION MACAFFREY MADLEY, JACKSONVILLE DIVISION MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
herewith notice In accordance NOTICE Is that Wife. Court No. 87.455-Clv.J-14 JACKSONVILLE DIVISION
beheld given hereby given on
Is to
subject a public hearing to ACTIONTO
NOTICE OF Court No. 87-424.Clv.J-l2
before Bradford with Florida Statutes that the Board of Monday, October 19, 1987, at 10:00: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
Board on Tuesday October 27, 1987 County Commissioners of Bradford A.M., the undersigned Cater : Plaintiffvs
Address Unknown Plaintiffvs
the Council County, Florida, have designated the Frelghtways, Inc., will sell at public
at 7:00 p.m., at Room of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that .
an action
Bradford County Zoning and Planning auction for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., DANNY A. BUSBY
Starke City Hall 209 N. Thompson St.. for dissolution of marriage and ROBERT J. TEASTER and
Board to conduct a public hearing at a Jacksonville, Fla.: VICKI L. BUSBY et. ol.,
Florida. At this time all
Starke, persons other relief has been filed against you in PATSY A.TEASTER
both for and this regular meeting h.ld at 7:00: p.m.. In eon lot of appliance parts,con'Ignedto !
against Defendants.NOTICE
proposal and
shall b. heard In the Council Room of Starker City HallStarke Pasadlna Pet Motel, So. Pasadlna, the above-styled court you are required OF SALE Defendants.NOTICE
as specified of written OF SALE
to serve a copy your that
Florida on Tuesday October Fla.. Notice Is hereby given pursuantto
the Bradford County Zoning Codes. defenses, If to It on DARLA JEAN Notice Is hereby given that pursuant
hardware default Iudgrrtent.ntered on August
27, 1987, and make a recommendation one lot of miscellaneous a
The Zoning Board will make a CHRISTOPHER,Attorney at Law TerenceM. 31 the above entitled Court In to a default judgment entered on August
to the Board of County Commissioner consigned to Marvel Industries, New 1987 by
recommendation to the Bradford and the Board will consider orWednesday Smyrna Beach Fla., Brown, P.A., Post Office Drawer 40, the above styled cause, the undersignedUnited 14, 1987 by the above entitled Court In
County Commission on this applicationat and Starke, Florida 32091 on or before October States Marshal or any of his duly the above styled cause, the undersigned
November 18, 1987, at to satisfy freight storage charges.under .
their prescheduled hearing to beheld and file the with : United States Marshal of his
1987, duly
22. original or
authorized deputies will sell the any
the Commissioners Room of the Bradford the provisions of Section 4b( ) of propersituate
Wednesday November 18, 1987 County Courthouse, Starke,. Uniform standard Bill of Lading. the Clerk of this Court either before service ty In Bradford County, Florida authorized deputies will sell the property .
at 7:30: p.m.. In the CommissionersRoom on the above-nomed attorney or Immediately described situate In Bradford County Florida
Florida at 7:30: p.m. an Ordinance Gator Frelghtways as:
of Bradford County Courthouse. to Carrier thereafter otherwise a lot 32 of Knight's Subdivision as per described as:

Starke. Florida. At this time the Bradford relating The : of the Pro. 04.076927 dtd 5/4/87 default will be entered against you for plot thereof recorded In Plat Book 2, lot 21, Parkwood Subdivision as per
County Commission will make the rezoning following the relief demanded In the Petition. 21 of the public records of Bradford plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 3.
described and thsComprehensive Pro. 02.808710 dtd 8/27/87 Page
final decision on the proposed application property amending WITNESS my hand and official seal of Florida.at Page 5 of the public records of Bradford
Land Use Plan to 0/8 2tchg 10/15 County
after having two public hearings, provide this Court on this 14 day of September public outcry to the highest and County Florida.at .
that land zoned OR anddesignated
advertisement and posting. All currently 1987 public outcry to the highest and
persons best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00
Interested In this application are by the plan as Agriculturebe UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT GILBERT S. BROWN October 20, 1987 at the front best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00
hereby given notice of time and place rezoned to Cl, and designatedHighway MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA CLERK OF THE COURTBY door noon entrance of the Bradford County noon on October 20 1987 at the front
Commercial the ol
for the two public hearings required. property JACKSONVILLE DIVISION Beulah Moody Courthouse at Starke, Florida. door entrance of the Bradford County
Director L.K. WHITEHEAD described ai Case87-705-Clv-J-16 Deputy Clerk Courthouse ot Starke. Florida.
follows: 2 acres located 5 miles Southof UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Dated: September 10 1987 Dated: September 10, 1987
Starke off West side S
Plaintiff, RICHARDL. COX JR.
Bradford County Attorney at Law United States Marshal
Parcel 00968-00000. In Section 24,
Itchg 10/8 TERENCE M. BROWN, P.A. Middle District of Florida United States Marshal
Township 7 South, Rang 21 East for vsWILLIAM C. PHILLIPS JR. and Attorneys for WifeP. Middle District of Florida
Dorothea Beane
highway commercial.You LYDIA F. PHILLIPS. Dorothea Beane
Assistant U.S. AttorneyAttorney
are further given NOTICE that a Defendants. 9/17 4lch8 10/8 Assistant U.S. AttorneyAtlbrn.y
FOR REZONING .. Florida 32091 for Plaintiff
CHARLES E. VANZANT Sr., has copy of sold proposed ORDINANCE Is ORDER OF SERVICEBY (904)) 964.8272 9/17 4tchg 10/8 for Plaintiff 9/17 4lchg 10/8
available for your Inspection at the office PUBLICATIONThis
made application to the Bradford
of the Director of and Planning .
County Zoning A Planning Department Zoning cause came to be heard upon -
for reclassification of the propertydescribed City Hall, Thompson Street the verified motion of Plaintiff for an
Starke, Florida. Order of Service by Publication and It
below from RSF-1 to RO: Lot
51 of Crystal Lake Homesltes, Parcel Each and every person having any appearing that this action has been NOTICETHE
Interest whatever In the enactment of
0530900000. In Section 1. Township 8 brought for the enforcement of a Hen
? South Range 22 East located 8 miles this proposed ORDINANCE should appear against real property situated In Bradford .
and be heard at the time and
within the Middle Districtof
South of Starke off St. Rd. 100 in
Crystal Lake Homesites at SE 54th Ave. place pr..crlb.d.BOARD Florida and described as follows: BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS
Parkwood Subdivision,
and SE 47th St. to b. used for residen Lot 23 as
COUNTY COMMISSIONERSBY per plat thereof recorded In Plat Book
tial/office complexes. Compatiblewith
CLUP. :G.S. Brown Clerk 3. Page 5, public records of Bradford
Itchg 10/8 HAVE
This proposed change In classifica County Florida
and It further appearing that Defendants
lion Is subject to a public hearing to beheld
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR William C. Phillips Jr. and LydiaF.
before Bradford County Zoning
REZONING AND Phillips, cannot b.served within the
October 27, 1987 THE
Board Tuesday.
AMENDMENT OF THE State of Florida: that It Is not practicable
the Council Room
at 7:00: p.m.,
LAND USE PLAN to serve them personally for
Starke City Hall 209 N. Thompson St., An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive the whereabouts or residence of said

Starke, Florida. At this time all persons Land Use Plan EI.m.nt and Defendants are unknown and they HOURS OF
both for and against this proposal FOLLOWING
In Map by Bradford County Florida In accordance have not voluntarily appeared herein:
.hall b. heard as specified
with the local Government It Is therefore
the Bradford County Zoning Codes. Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975as ORDERED as follows::

recommendation The Zoning Board to the will Bradford make a provided for In Chapter 163 of the 1. Defendants William C. Phillips [ OPERATION FOR THE SOLID

this Florida Statutes.TO Jr., and Lydia F. Phillips shall appearIn
County Commission on applicationat : All citizens, taxpayers, and this cause and plead to the complaint
their prescheduled hearing to beheld other Interested persons. filed herein on or before October

Wednesday November 18, 1987 You and each of you are hereby and 19, 1987 or in default thereof, WASTE DISPOSAL SITES IN I

at 7:30: p.m.. In the CommissionersRoom herewith given notice In accordancewith the Court shall proceed to judgment In

of Bradford County Courthouse Florida Statutes that the Board of this cause to the extent provided for

Starke, Florida. At this time the Brad County Commissioners of Bradford by Section 1655, Title 28. United States

ford County Commission will make the County Florida have designated the Code, as If sold Defendants had been BRADFORD COUNTY :

final decision on the proposed application Bradford County Zoning and Planning served with process within the State of

after having two public hearings, Board to conduct a public hearing at a Florida.

advertisement and posting. All persons regular meeting held at 7:00 p.m., In 2. This order be published In a

Interested In this application ore the Council Room of Starke City Hall newspaper of general circulation In

hereby given notice of time and place Starke, Florida on Tuesday October Bradford County, Florida not less than

for the two public hearings required. 27 1987, and make a recommendationto once each week for six consecutive

Director the Board of County Commissionersand weeks prior to the return date
Zoning& Planning the Board will consider on herelnabove designated.DONE LOCATION HOURS OPEN DAYS OPENED DAYS CLOSED

Bradford County Wednesday November 18, 1987 at AND ORDERED at Jackson None
Itchg 10/8 the Commissioners Room of the Brad ville. Florida, this 31st day of August, Bradford Co. Landfill 10-6

ford County Courthous., Starke, 1987. SR 100 10-6 Sun-Sat None
NOTICEAPPLICATION Florida at 7:30 p.m. an Ordinance Howard T. Snyder

DARBY BLOODGOOD has made application The rezoning of the following 9/106tchg 10/15

to the Bradford County Zoning described property and amending the

& Planning Department for Comprehensive Land Use Plan to provide NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO SITES ARE
reclassification of the propertydescribed that land currently zoned OR and REGISTER SATELLITE
below from RSF-MH to OR:
designated by the plan as Agriculturebe FICTITIOUS NAME
Three ((3)) acres out of Parcel rezoned to CN, and designated Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida
05552-00000 In Section 13 Township 8 Neighborhood Commercial the property that RESIDENTIAL
9 miles Statutes, notice Is hereby given FOR
South Range 22 East located of JAMES A. GRIFFIS, describedas the undersigned Alan D. Hutchesen,

South of Starke off West side of St. Rd. follows: 1.18 ac.. Parcel I Route 2, Box 272. Stark, Fla.. sole

100 just South of Bradford County '01023-00000, In Section 29. Township 7 owner, doing business under the firm

landfill for a privately owned and run South Range 21 East, located 9 miles name of Telephone Services, Route 2, WASTES ONLY INDIVIDUAL

animal shelter for the general public. Southwest of Stork. off Ct. Rd. 18 In Box 272, Starke, fla. 32091, Intends to

Compatible with CLUP. Graham area. Neighborhood retail register said fictitious name under the
This proposed change In classification (convenience store)with proposed gas aforesaid statute. ONLYSampson

is subject to a public hearing to beheld pumps. Dated this 29th day of Sept., A.D., DEPOSITORS

before Bradford County Zoning You are further given NOTICE that a 1987 In Bradford County.

Board on Tuesday October 27, 1987 of copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is 10/1 4tpd 10/22 Tres. SW 11th St 11AM-7PM FRI-TUES WED-THURSl
at 7:00: p.m., at the Council Room available for your Inspection at the office .

Starke City Hall, 209 N. Thompson St., of the Director of Zoning and Planning

Starke. Florida. At this time all persons City Hall, Thompson Street, THURSFRICR
both for and against this' proposal Stark., Florida. Starke Old Lawtey Rd. 11AM-7PM SAT WED

shall be heard as specified In Each and every person having any INTENT TO ACQUIRE

the Bradford County Zoning Codes. Interest whatever In the enactment of PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL
The Zoning Board will make a this proposed ORDINANCE should appear SERVICES 229 11AM-7PM WED-SUN MON-TUES

recommendation to the Bradford and be heard at the time and BY COMPETITIVE SELECTIONThe

County Commission on this applicationat place Bradford County School Board

their prescheduled hearing to beheld prescribed.BOARD OF BRADFORD Starke Florida In accordance with BROOKER CR 18 11AM-7PM TUES -SAT SUN-MON

Wednesday November 18, 1987at COUNTY COMMISSIONERSBY Florida Statutes 287.005 shall conduct ,

7:30 p.m.. In the CommissionersRoom :G.S. Brown, Clerk competition In the selection of a
of Bradford County Courthouse, Itchg 10/8 open Professional Architect. TUES -SAT SUN-MON
the Bradford NE 19TH ST 11AM-7PM
this time LAWTEY
Starke, Florida. At Selection shall be based upon but not ,
County Commission will make the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO limited to: capabilities, adequacy of personnel -
final decision on the proposed application REGISTER record and experience,
after having two public hearings, FICTITIOUS NAME willingness to meet time and budget requirements SITES ARE CLOSED
advertisement and posting. All persons Pursuant to Section 869.09 Florida location, and recent A current ALL DISPOSAL

Interested In this application ore Statutes, notice Is hereby given that work loads.

hereby given notice of time and place the undertlgned Alan D. Hutch_*, Those Individuals or firms wishing

for the two public hearings required. Route 2. Ben 272. Starke Fl.., sole consideration who have not previously HOLIDAYS

Director owner, doing business under the firm flied their pre-quallflcatlon forms with

Zoning 8 Planning name of Hutch.....'. Specialty Co.. the Superintendent's office are Invited to INFORMATIONCALL

Bradford County 10/8 Route 2. Box 272. Starke. Fla. 32091. do so by 9 a.m., October 21, 1987, and FOR ADDITIONAL

Itchg Intends to register said fictitious nome falling same shall not be considered.The .

under the aforesaid statute. scope of this selection Is for
NOTICEAPPLICATION Dated this 29th day of Sept., A.D. rerooflng and construction prelects less 964-6280 or 4734255t

FOR REZONING 1987 In Bradford County. than 100000.00 for Bradford County :
L. J. KITE has mode application to 10/1 4tpd 10/22 Schools.

Bradford County Zoning Planning Interviews of the three best qualified

Department for reclasslficatlon of the firms will begin at 7 p.m., October 26.
described below from OR to PUBLIC AUCTION Board office 582 . ,
property 1987 at the School -, .
RO: 1.29 acres out of Parcel NOTICE I. hereby given that on North Temple Avenue Starke. Florida.Negotiations ,. -. .' '' -
00680-00000 In Section 12, Township 7 Monday, October 12. 1987 at 10:00: with the best qualified firm '- -

South Range 21 East, located one mile. A.M., the undersigned Gator .


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Improving. Tornadoes Pound Interlachen 28-0 I


Tornado footballers dominated In- from QB John Berry to tailback 15, is, and 28 yards, all to backs out caught. 4 IHI /nk.i.cMn
terlachen High In a 28-0 shutout last Rodney Mosley who was all alone in of the backfield on the play-action Longest Interlachen drive was 52 Pint' Downi if is
Friday night on the Rams home field back of the IHS defense. Mosley pass on the touchdown drive Just yards to the BHS seven yard line "uihlmj v..... ..-.. IS-W
In Interlachen.The turned back to face QB Berry and before the half.Interlachen from where QB Pringle threw into Pining Y..... M MpA.c
one-sided game evened the waited on the high lobbed pass to gained only 37 yards the endzone into the waiting hands of -pt t-t-t tH-t
Bradford High record at 22. In reach him. Mosley carefully rushing on the BHS defense on 15 Tornado linebacker Eric Nazworth, Punt ]'if MIPumbloilMt
terlachen,with a good many injured gathered the football and tippy-toed running plays. Ram QB Shawn Pr- with no Ram player near. ......"'...V...... Fr541 M M
players on the sideline, dropped to backward into the endzone. ingle threw 20 times and completed BHS subs began sprinkling in during Scoring' Summoryt
13. Tornado linebacker Malachi eight passes for 92 yards, the longest the second and played the entire I) Ir.d_ Or.. ..,""'..., IMror nm. (PiMoKehl
BHS, using its new single wing attack Jenkins reached high for a one- pass was a 21 yarder. Rushing Tor- fourth period. JmUni,kick
which concentrates more handed Interception at the In- nado linemen harrassed QB Pringle, f) SrodfordModmy Mal laY. SI yard! pa..
blockers front of the ball carriers, terlachen 15 yard line and, untouched the BUS secondary played tough from OS John'..rv.B Pi. _..IOIJ..k'nolIlek.'
drove 76 yards for a touchdown to ran the football into the endzone and IHS receivers simply missedsome rodford Hloh 1 7 14 0 11 l> .r.d'....-_'.eh'Jtnklni' ,II yard.OOH,n.
open the game. Little Greg Pittman, for the third BHS touchdown.The passes they should have 1n'.e_ B k 0 Krctptlon. BO, MalocM.Jonkln. kick.'
e I) ., ,
Irodlorddodnoy SI. yird" n.SiPiI
playing despite a sprained ankle, fourth BHS touchdown cameon
scampered around left end for the a 70 yard drive in the third period, -- --
touchdown.Just tailback Mosley running left for 26 BHS Defense PlavineSunerbly I
before the half,BHS took over yards with nobody near for the
on its own lOVfc yard line when Dar- touchdown. eI 0 J -- -J

.1 rin Patterson was hit as he caught a Malachi Jenkins added all four ex- Interlachen just opened up throwing did a good job containing Ram Jenkins,' Bill Hamilton, rover
TD Time...! Ram punt. Interlachen, helped by a tra points.In and
stayed with it, says Tornado quarterback Shawn Pringle. Rodney Mosley,cornerbacks Darrin
Rodney Mosley had to wait for QB BHS fumble, had possession of the aU, Bradford amassed 286 Defensive Coordinator Mike Sexton, Defensive end Mike Elder and Patterson and Lance Wiggins and
I John Berry to scamble free, remained football most of the second period. yards on the ground in 49 running who points out his defense kept the linebackers Eric Nazworth and safety Pedro Carter covered Ram
calm, took the pass carefully, BHS drove the 90 yards in eight plays and 59 yards passing BHS pressure on Interlachen all nightlong Keith Jenkins rushed and harrassedQB pass receivers. well. MalachiPUBLIC
plays which took two minutes the threw six times
only with John
and, above, Is backpeddallng Into up QB Pringle all night long. The BHS
the endzone. rtwoi knJ.n.tM..d touchdown coming. ..a. 28 yard pass Berry completing( three passes lorI The secondary and outside pooDle secondary, linebackers Malachi 1_Pier 11

Strong Baker Conies CallingA NOTICE

quick, fast 3-1 Baker High Shealy and Blake are cornerbacks.
eleven comes to Bradford Field at 8 Favorite Baker passing plays are
p.m. tomorrow night (Friday Oct. to slot man James Thompson, No. NOTICEOF
9)) to take on the rejuvenated Tor- 43, on a short pass to the flat, to
nadoes of Bradford High. Malon Blake,No. 5,straight upfield,
Baker has lost only to powerful a crossing pattern with No. 5 going
Santa Fe, 3513. Baker has beaten r straight and No. 43 to the sideline BUDGET HEARINGThe
Nease 15-7, Fernandina Beach 14-12, and a quick dump pass to tight end
and Jax Wolfson. Baker also beat Barry Long, No. 22.
the 2-8 Tornadoes by three points Favorite Baker running plays are:
last season. the fullback off tackle from the dou-
"Baker will line up and run at ble wing, a sweep left from the wing,
you," says Defensive Coordinator a quarterback keeper from the slot Bradford County Board of
Mike Sexton. Baker has good speed side, and off tackle from the power-
and quickness,and Coach Sexton ex- ew r [.
pects a physical ballgame. You can County Commissioners has
throwaway the record book,or what Baker Defense...
Baker has done

season.Baker High runs a'5O'previously defense anda this 'firli' i has Baker's actually 50'just defense stormed in years the Tor.past tentatively adopted a budget for

double offense. nado offense, fouling up pass plays
The quarterback wing is 6-foot left- ; \ and often catching runners in the
Tornado backfield. The middle Fiscal Year 87-88. A public hearingto
handed Marcus Mallory, No. 14, I.
guard is Walker No. 55
who :;, Jeremy ,
148.10, is quick. QB Mallory is a

and drop to back the right.passer who throws short -Berry Improving... son 158-11,5-9., No. 64 Tackles, 215-11,are 6-1,big and John Shannon Wat- make a FINAL DECISION on the

Monds, No. 62, 164-12, 6-0. Bruce
Best Baker ball carriers 6-1

fullback slotback Lee James Ellis Thompson,No 10,185-11, No.are,and 43, terlachen than QB he John ever game Berry has, says before executed Coach In the David better In- sive sive Harrell tackle.guard, No.,Defensive also 53,198-12,6-3 plays ends some, the are defen-offen-Bob- BUDGET AND TAXES will be heldon

15812. Ellis is described by BHS Hurse.
scouts fast and by Johns No. 13, 180-12, 6-3, and
as must be watchedon
the trap the middle. The Baker offensive line is big: Donnie Williams, No. 23,155-11,5-11. Tuesday October 13 1987 at
up Thompsonis ,
center Lee Hughes, No. SO, 168-11, Baker's inside linebackers are
tagged a fast hard runner. Non-
starter tailback, right Le- 5-9; guards Bruce Harrell No. 53, Rex Knight, No. 82, 164-12, 6-0, and
Moyne Williams, No.wing 20, man 160-9, is 198-12, 6-3, tabbed the best Baker of- Steve McCray, No. 34, 175-12, 510. 8:00: p.m. at Bradford County
quick and fast.Favorite fensive lineman, and John Watson, Both are quick with pursuit,and will
No. 64, 215-11, 61. The tackles are stunt.
Baker pass receiver is No. 72 6-2 Strong safety is Marc Rhoden, No. Courthouse 945 North Temple
Malon Blake, 6-0, 140, 9, who is fast Terry Manning, 208-11, ,
with good hands. The right slot man and Doug Richardson,No. 70,220-11, 52, 175-11, 5-10, who has good speed
62. Tight end is Barry Long, No. 22, and will hit.
Paul Shealy, No. 30, 183-12, is used Avenue Starke Florida.
more as a blocker 175-12, 6.2.Watson. The cornerbacks are Shealy, No. ,
is a tackle on defense, 30, and Blake, No. 5. ,

I 3-1 Baker High Toughest YetBaker

'-' '-' .. ...... .
is better than any opponent Durban, a former fullback, pulls or they can be usedVas pass
Bradford High footballers have faced about every play and adds speed and receivers.
so far this season. quickness to the offensive line. Dur- Coach Hurse has said all along
"It'll! be a dog fight," says Head ban was sidelined the first two that if BHS can get through the first
Tornado David Hurse. Baker is games of the season with a pulled five games without getting too many
quicker, faster, and tougher than muscle in his back. people hurt, the Tornadoes could NOTICE ZONING CHANGEThe
anything this BHS team has faced. Veteran Mike Stillwell,center and become a tough football team.
"We're just gonna have to tightenup guard, returned to action in the In- BHS is still two platooning all the
and play football," says Defen- terlachen game after surgery on a way.Baker has three or four players
sive Coordinator Mike Sexton. knee during the off-season. "It's going both waysProbable CITY OF STARKE has made application to the Starke Zoning and Plann-

The Tornadoes are better becausethe good to have him back," says Coach Tornado starting lineup ing Board for reclassification of the property shown on map below, from R1A
offensive line is better, says Hurse. Stillwell hasn't replaced for the Interlachen game is:
Coach Hurse, not because of the Terry Whitehead, No. 52, as starting and R1C to RID, to be able to have a residential mix of conventional single-
wing-T formation. center, but knows how to play center Offense: family dwellings and mobile homes. This is approximately 370 acres In Nor-
"The line is more aggressive. and guard,and gives experience and Center: Terry Whitehead, No. 52,
That's the reason we've improved depth to the offensive line, Hurse 17011. theast Starke (Reno). Sections 21, 22, and 28, Township 6 South, Range 22
offensively," says the veteran points out.Coach Guards: Chris Durban, No. 65, East.
coach. "I believe we could line up in Hurse went to the wingedTin 170-11, and Matthew Albritton, No.
a power-I and get after people now," an effort to get a play-action pass 61, 160-12.
said Hurse, who added, not that he going and to get a runner outside, Tackles: Allen Wood, No. 66, This application was heard by the Starke Zoning Board on September 24,
plans to do that. and it has been a successful move. 198-11. and Andy Tison, No. 76,
And, everybody will be healthythis BHS gained 286 yards against In- 21012. 1987, and their recommendation will go to the Starke City Commission for

reinjured Friday. Tailback his ankle Greg in Patterson the In- terlachen.The play. action pass Is better 17011.Tight end: Ed Douglas, No. 82, their public hearing scheduled for October 20, 1987, in Council Room, Starke

terlachen game but is expected to suited to quarterback John Berry, Quarterback: John Berry, No. 12, City Hall, at 7:30 p.m. At this time, all persons Interested In, for or against,
play this week says Coach Hurse.A tight end plus a 16010. will be heard.
Guard Chris Durban, No. 65, has wideout on one side gives the Tor- Fullback: Clint Reed. No. 33,
really improved. says Coach Hurse. nado offense more blocking strength .9N ...._ 1J
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November 3, 1987, at 7:30 p.m. and will make the final decision on this

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h*i.A.any BMS Roadrunners Girls Cross Country Team...

I BMS Roadrunners Boys Cross Country Team... Above l-r) Is Brittany Bula Ramona Clarke, Renee School In September The girls competed in a field of 10

Above (l-r) are Bernard Johnson Vinnie Blye Brian at the Greater Jacksonville Invitational cross country Daugherty and Linda Clarke. Not pictured Is Juan- schools Saturday at the Oct.meet.3, the girls finished first, with a
Smith,Justin Ward,and Patrick Godwin. Not picturedare meet In September and placed 5th again at the San- tarla Williams. in Jacksonyule
15 at Sandalwood.
score points I
Durban and other 3A The Girls Roadrunners team took first place for the
I Ray Ethan Fuquay.The dalwood run on October 3, competing against competing against other Class 3A schools in the
team came In fifth overall In a field of 10 schools Junior Varsity teams in the area. seventh time In 10 years at the Greater Jacksonville
Cross Country Championships at Bishop Kenny High area, who were running high school age girls on their
junior varsity teams.you .

Tornadoes Smash Rams are invited to hear

175-10, who also played some at lineman of the week.
Legal NoticeINVITATION from page IDA) tailback, and tailback Rodney Travis Long, No. 3, was named Tuck
ed it for a touchdown. Mosley, No. 31, 165-11, were named specialty team member of the week. Andrews :
Linebacker Bill Hamilton stoppedan co-offensive backs of the week by
TO BID Interlachen touchdown by in- Tornado coaches. Reed carried 17 Hurse Pleased... minister
The City of Lowtey Community tercepting a pass in the Tornado times for 124 yards, a 7.2 yard "I'm well pleased with the offen- ,
D.v.lopm.nt Office, as part of Its endzone. Cornerback Darrin Patterson average, to lead the ground attack. sive performance," says Head
Demolition/Relocation Program will also intercepted a pass. Mosley ran 6 times fcr 69 yards, Coach David Hurse. The offensiveline who is well known in
receive scaled bids for the completion Coach Sexton expressed real averaging 11.5 yards. Tailback Greg has improved greatly, says
of a partially rehabilitated house at pleasure with the play of defensiveend Pittman, nursing a sprained ankle, Hurse. this
the northeott Florida.end of Lee Lane In Jimmy Long. Interlachen threwa ran 7 times for 50 yards, or 7.1 yards "We executed a lot better than we ,

Lawtey Bid to, include rehabilitation of lot in Long's coverage area. Long per carry. Darrin Patterson ran 7 have been," Hurse points out.
partially rehabilitated Plans a covered the passes and came up on times for 30 yards.FB Glen Polk ran The coach noted sophomore
structur. lecture Bible
and specifications b. seen at the the run. 3 times for 39 yards. RB Spencer fullback Clint Reed played a fine on
Office of Community may D.v.lopm.nt Mike Elder did a good job of keep- Smith ran 6 times for 20 yards. ballgame. Reed gained 117 yards,
locot.d in the Lawtey Volunteer Fir. ing the pressure on,points out Coach Guard Chris Durban, No. 65, the first Tornado back to have a 100
D.partm.nt In Lawtey, Florida. Sexton. 170-11,was named offensive linemanof yard game this season. Topics.October .
Contractor to secure all necessary the week.Defensive. Tailback Rodney Mosley ran well,
p.rmits and licenses required by the Top Performances... end Jimmy Long, No. scoring two touchdowns, one a pass
City Building Cod. Prior to awarding Fullback Clint Reed No. 33, 85, 170-11, was named defensive reception, the other a run.
contracts for the low bid, contractor And quarterback John Berry executed -
must furnish proof of Workman's. better than he has all season, 11 11:00: am & 6:30 pm
Camp and Manufactur.r-Liability Insurance Coach Hurse.Interlachen .
50,000/300OOO coverage minimum.In the amount Contractor of- Baker is 3-1 Tackling... October 12,13 & 14 7:00: pm

receiving award must comply with
Section Section Junior defensive end Jimmy Long
3. Segregated Facility from IDA)
109 E.O. 112467, Notice of Requirement page Ends: Chris Dinkins, No. 80,15510and was the leading Tornado tackler in
for Affirmative Action, Standard 17510. Jimmy Long No. 85, 17G-ll. the Interlachen game with six in-
Federal Equal Employment Construction Tailback: Greg Pittman, No. 42, Sam linebacker: Eric Nazworth, dividual tackles and three assists.
Contract Specifications, Title VI, 145-11, and Rodney Mosley, No. 31, No. 64, 19512. Leading Tornado tackler after Church of Christ
Flood Insurance, if applicable, Age 165-11. Inside linebackers: Malachi four games continues to be rover
Discrimination Act of 1975, Lead- Wideouts: Lance Wiggins No. 24, Jenkins, No. 84, 192-1, and Bill back Rodney Mosley who had four
Bas.d Point and Access to Records/ 140-10; Chris Dmkins, No. 80, 155-10 Hamilton, No. 62, 19011. individual tackles against In
.. Maintenance of Records. and Shawn Diggs, No. 7, 155-11, andDarrin Rover back: Rodney Mosley, No. terlachen to bring his season total to Brownlee & McMahon St.
Bids will be received until 12:00: Patterson, No. 32, 165-12. 31, 165-11. 22 individual tackles and 10 assists.In .
""T>oon Thursday, October IS, 1987, at Cornerbacks: Darrin Patterson, addition, Mosley ran 26 yards fora Starke Florida
the Office of Community Development Defense... No. 32, 160-12, and young Lance Wig- touchdown and caught a 28 yard ,
located In the Lawtey Volunteer Fire Tackles: Mike Elder, No. 63, gins, No. 24, 14G-I0. pass for another.
Dept., P. O. Box 418. Lawtey Florida Pedro Carter No. 41
Safety: ,
32058 ((904/782-3730)). Bids will be 155-12, and Dane Clark, No. 75, 145-11. -

opened at 12:05 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 18511.
15, 1987. The City of Lawtey Office of

Community Development reserves the BBS JV Tornadoes Fallby
right to reject any or all bids The City
of Lawtey is an Equal Opportunity bankStarke
Employer. Indicate Sealed Bid" on Joe Gissy good for a Tornado lead 7-0. Community
outside of envelope.
Itchg 10/8 BCT Staff Writer
The St. Augustine Yellow Jackets A long pass to the Jackets 45 was
came to Tornado country expectingan intercepted, and the clock ran out

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE easy win, but went home with a with the Jackets on the 44. of
Both teams intercepted two
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN close victory, 14-7.
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA A pass interception on the 22 yard passes, Starke lost two fumbles, the
Case No.B6-495-CA line in the first quarter stopped the yellow jackets lost only one.
DAVID C. BROOKS and only threat from the Jackets in that Tackles Derrick Long and Don Bradford Square Shopping Center e 964-7830
EILEEN M. BROOKS his wife period.A McDavid, End Wyatt Collins
Plaintiffs hand off to Tornado Alfonso Linebackekrs Sam Finch, Lorenzo
Hall and Alfonso Jones all playedm
vs Jones as the quarter ended netted a
BEATRICE R. D'ARMENIA 10 yard gain and a first down on the ter coach Chester Simpsonsaid. Closed
a/k/a BEATRICE R. PATTI, FRANK LEWIS SA 46 to start the 2nd quarter. Two Rover Tommy Hamilton and
D'ARMENIA, JOHN W. HALSEY and JEAND. more carries by Jones, a 2 gain Drop End Bo Hersey were in on a lot
HALSEY. his wif., DAVID L. POWELL and a 3 yd. loss to the 45. Then the of defensive plays. CornerbacksJohn
and CLARICE H. POWELL, his wife, and bomb! Q.B. Reggie Sheffield heaveda Williams and Alvin Jenkins,

LELIA Defendants.ALESCIA POWELL, long one to about the 30 yard line. and Safety Tramell Jones are the ........... ................... ..................
Tramell Jones scooped the pass in defensive backfield, and are all 9th

ACTION-PROPERTY and galloped into the end zone un- graders, but gave a great perfor-
TO: CLARICE H. POWELL touched. Donnie Francis's kick was mance in the game.


Complaint ARE to Foreclose HEREBY NOTIFIED Mortgage that action the a Hi-Q Team From Fag. 3A ..................................................... ...........................
has been filed against you for
following described property In Bradford military aircraft enthusiast,and SOD

County, Florida: years of experience, the most of any of Tim and Carol Bradford; science
A portion of th. SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of and history buff Chad Crafton,son of
returning player. Chris, the son of
Section 29, Township 6 South Range 22 Bill and Vicki Powell of Starke, has Thomas and Judy Crafton; and We will close Saturday and Monday
East, In the City of Stark., Bradford
looked good in practice and dependson Billie Brown, the son of Sarah
County, Florida, and being more particularly Brown who likes Latin, tennis and
his knowledge English to help for
described as folows:
banking holiday
For point of reference commence at the High-Q team. The multi-talented football.
Powell, who says High-Q is a unique Newcomers to this year's team
the NW corner of said SE 1/4 of SE 1/4
and run thence South 87 degrees, 18 experience, likes to draw, listen to are: sophomore tennis player Mark
minutes East along the Northerly boun- music and play guitar. Shuford son of James and Betty
dary thereof a distance of 25.04 feet to 12th grader Rickey Smith, son of Shuford of Lawtey; and the follow-
the Easterly boundary of the right of way Linda and Jimmy Smith of Starke, ing ninth gradersShannon Mc- Branch office at Winn-Dixie Marketplace will also
of Epperson Street: run thence South 0 uses astronomy and math analysisto Chesney, son of Debby and Ken Mc-

degrees, 30 minutes. Eott along_sold bolster the High-Q team. He reads Chesney,who likes world geographyand Burns be closed &
tennis Dawnya Saturday
Easterly boundary a distance of 410 teet science fiction and fantasy books. Monday
of Shetler of Starke
to point of beginning. From point of His hobbies include playing bass *
and Tom Burns of Warren, Ohio
beginning thus described continue South guitar and listening to music. ; .
0 degrees, 30 minutes East along said Senior James Tnckel, son of Mary John Robbins oif the comic-book col-
Easterly boundary a distance of 75 feet Trickel of Starke, loves math and lecting son Gilbert and Phyllis
Robbins Joel Caren who likes band o"i Bamking will resume Oct. 13
; Tuesday
to a point, run thence North 89 degrees English. James says; that cars, ,
is the
30 minute East a distance of 98.08 feet sports and music 'sharpens the and computer programming
to a point; run thence North 1 degree 10 mind" for High-Q. son of Pat Caren of Brooker; Kenny. --- !- as usual
minutes West a distance of 75 feet more Peterson son of Pete and Joy Peterson _
Blalock is the of
Junior Mike
or less, to a point 'bearing North 89 Sheila and Wayne Wilkinson son of of Starke, who likes model .. .. .. .. .., .
degrees, 30 minute East from point of Starke. Mike excels in science and rocketry and attests that High-Q '
beginning; run thence South 89 degree, team sports. He likes basketball andswlmr.1JDg. makes you think; Carla Stephens --- -
30 minutes West a distance of 97.21 feet the daughter of Gary and Clarice
Mike tells us that High-Q
to point of beginning.and and Stephens, who finds High-Q both in-
one for college
you are required to serve) a copy prepares teresting and loudly disclaims the
of written defence, If to it on sharpens for
your any premise that "High-Q Is LQTt FOR SALS
Christi! Morgan, 11th grader, likes
the Plaintiff attorney, whose name and nerds!"; and Michael Becker, who
science. The
history, English
address I i. TERENCE M. BROWN ES- likes world geography and algebra,
daughter of Ray and Carolyn
QUIRE, Terence M. Brown. P.A., Pot Office is the son of Judy Ann and Leslie
Drawer 40, Stark., Florida 32091 on Morgan of Waldo Christi likes Becker of Lawtey.
or before :22 October 1987, and file the horseback riding, swimming and .
original with the Clerk of this Court boy chasing not necessarily in that The 1987-88 High-Q; schedule.is: FOREST Take SR 16West from 301
'either before service on Plaintiffs' at-' order. Morgan asserts that High-Q Oct. 8-ClaY 3:30 Home intersection go 4 miles from
without Oct. 22-St. Augustine, 4:00: Home
torney or Immediately thereafter otherwise teaches team participation HEIGHTS Starke
a default will be entered against emotion getting in the way. Oct. 29-Flagler Palm Coast 3:30, signs.
you for the relief demanded In the complaint Holly Shields, a junior, returns Home SUBDIVISION CALL: ((904) 475-1848
or petition. from her success as 1986-87 Rookieof Nov. -Palatka, 3:00, Away
WITNESS my hand and the seal of sold the Year. The daughter of Carol Nov. 12-Crescent City 3:00,Away LG. Beautiful Pines or

.i Court on this 14 day of September 1987. I and Warren Stevenson, Holly wowed Nov. 19-Baker, 3:30: Away Paved Streets 681-4516
GILBERT S. BROWN J them at last year's state tournament 3-Interlacben, 10:15, Home ((912))
Clerk Circuit Court with her knowledge of art and Dec. 10-Clay. 3:00, Away FINANCING)'
By:Martha S.John. classical music.Returning Dec. 17-St. Augustine 3:30, Away
Deputy Clerk sophomores for the Jan. 7-Tournament, Interlachen a 0e
TERENCE M. BROWN. ESQUIRE Hlgh-Q team are; Tom Bradford, Good Luck, High-Q'eni
Attorney. for Plaintiff
Post Office Drawer 40 A e
Stark, Florida 32091
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, Salute to 4-H000 :: i- r

Local 4-H Members have plenty to celebrate K

during National 4-H Week _
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By Mark Frledlln lessons in life which they share with volunteers, members and adult
BCT Staff Writer others the rest of their lives,"accor- leaders from nine counties in North
Young 4-H'ers all over Clay,Bradford ding to the late President John F. Florida gathering to share "views
and Union Counties will be Kennedy, the membership is the and news" about the organization.The '
celebrating another year of positive most active in local organizationswhich news was upbeat from the
achievements and service to the provide good grass roots experience meetings at the extravaganza, !
community as local members for young people in rural where volunteers and members at- i ;
celebrate National 4-H Week Oc- communities.Most tended sessions on subjects ranging
tober 4-10. local and area members attended from Officer Training, to educa-
An organization that has been a big Volunteer Extravaganza tional subjects and animal training.
universally praised for teaching Oct. 3 at the Reitz Union on the Some members attending the .. .it
young people 'invaluable! !practical University of Florida campus, with event from Bradford County includ-

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Jeremy Illldebrand of the Green Acres 4-11 Club gets general welfare of his still growing pig"Cinderella". I

nership that 4-H.The part- "We have had a very successful
ed Jeff Adams-Starke; Mrs.Jenny sponsors
Black New River; Mrs. Betty ners are the Bradford County Boardof year and we hope to do even better I
Commissioners, WAS, the In- next year in terms of membership
Hildebrand-Bayless Highway;Mrs.
Barbara Mosley New River and stitute of Food and Agricultural and our projects," Buchele said. I
Anita Black,Lori Mosley and Mandy; Sciences, the University of Florida "We would like to give a warm and
Manning, all of the Green Acres and United States Department of heartfelt 'thank-you' to "everyone
r Club. Agriculture. who has helped us in 1987. I

4-H is a"people development pro-
gram" according to Rob Buchele,
Bradford County 4-H Coordinator. ZENITH
4-H'ers learn by doing,in a hands-on
experience which gives young people
a sound foundation for the rest of
their life, including their family SATELLITE TV SYSTEM

responsibilities.Buchele .
an enthusiastic director
who oversees members in their This For
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respective clubs says not only do
modern 4-H'ers get practical ex-
Growing, Growing... perience in the traditional areas like $
useful for students to gain ex- sewing, cooking, anmd raising 38.9
The projects: are a way
Patricia Bath of the Brooker 4-H club checks her
perlence for latter In life. steers and swine for the market and
heifer as part of her 4-11 project. sale, but now are moving into per month
studies in new areas like aerospace
INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL FROM 1 CULLIGAN entomology, nature studies and ''y Cable prices are on the
-the latest powerful new .
... rise: It's time you take
tool for the productive farm or I'I
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"Learning doesn't stop with the system you'll know your
4-H member," Buchele said. "Many
4-H projects involve the entire fami costs and you'll be able to
OFFER ly. Somebody has to test the baked choose the channels you
goods, you know, but seriously, we a want to watch.
SOFT regard the support the parents as
( oar.I very important to the completion of
many of the projects the young per- n,.(' Our price Includes:
[ sons enjoyment and the amount of
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pleting a complex assignment. The
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projects also give parents and their HI 4 ,
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with together and learn together." Positioner Antenna
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3 $29 oO leaders also learn by doing,according Complete InstallationDoes A
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Maintenance Service Available
Special teaching the 4Hers. Volunteers
these days also have a wide range of .
learning resources available to .
1-80O-342-9O84 them,Buchele said.
There are leader forums on local,
multi-county: state and all the way 416 B. Call St. 2562 Blanding Blvd.
up to the national level,according to Starke Mlddleburg(9O4)
Buchele.There training sessions are ((904) 964-6642 ( 282-0001 j
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Page BSECTION Octobers,1987 Dorman
:';: "LL"i'L':\ ;, '1 Bradford FHP Well&Septic Tank. inc.

Cinderella Dream Beauty ii ,. ,...... & PI In New Offices a Wells a WaterpumpaSeptic
: ; : jk; 1 Florida Highway Patrol has a new a Tanks a Lift Stations
,( 111\::,..,\,'" { home in Starke, as of Sept. 24 they a Culverts a P"7 T Wcr: :.
t 1, "" "i'. ,,'"..,, .1, are in uw newly renovated offices at
WinnersBy :'iiii"j::: .: : 'I..j:'" : a Septic tank sand&rock
Pageant ''' 1 830 Edwards Road.

,,;)jf'Y' fry; ; ,: ( The former Civil Defense well Buildingwill as the Call: Lex Jones 259-6268 or
house the patrol as
Mark Frledlin In the boy's age one and under October 275 Zt>O4 1
BCT Staff Writer division, Rusty Wood was the winner -e Driver License Office Jones 275-2354
David Goodner. Dwight:
20,according Sgt.
DreamGirl" Wilkison was
The latest "Cinderella Joshua
Until that time driver's license must "For all water&sewer
Nelson was your
for local girlsof ,
beauty pageant
US-301 "
location on
be obtained at the
various ages was a big success in second runner-up and Brandon
Keystone Heights last weekend,with Breedlove was third runnerup.The f north. ,I"
over 60 young ladies from Starke Overall Winner was Tori -
and Keystone Heights in attendance. Clark. LL :
Wendee Hall of Keystone Heightswas The Overall Baby Winner was PHYSICAL THERAPYJERRY I
winner in the age 17-and-over Justin Wilkison.
division,with Kimberle Kasey nam The next contest will be held in xF FISHER. P.'!.
ed as .first runner-up and Alice Gainesville at the Moose Lodge with _
divisions, including Halloween .. 111I<&. .... ..". 964-6000
Williams second runnerup.In five '":'" -- r BY APPOINTMENT
the age 13-16: division, Tori costumes. Clark Wendee Hall
Clark was the first place winner, -
with Vickie Todd as first runner-up,
Angel Ramsey as second runner-up
and Pamela Craig as third runner-

up.In the age 10-12( division, Amanda
Bennet was the winner, with .4vsoERp
Stephanie Porter chosen as first B00

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In the ages seven-nine division, foe
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Childress as first runner-up.
Cody Lorentz was the first place
winner for the boys in the age 4-6
division.In .
the girls ages 2-3 division,
Stephanie Swindell was the winner,,
followed by Kristel Sellers as first
place runner-up, Christina Vickerj,
as second place runner-up and
Janice Warner as third runner-up.
In the boy's ages 2-3 division,Derrick -
Richards was the winner and
Jason Green was second runner-up.
In the ages one-two division forth<
girls,Ashley Beusse was the winner, 0
followed by Jane Kupler was firs
runner-up, Courtney Hinson as second -
runner-up and Erika Cubesor
as third runnerup.In .
the Boy's age one-two division,
Joseph Endman was the winner,
followed by Justin Willingham a: FROM
first runner-up,Brian Williamson as
second runner-up and Dusty Marr ai

the girls age one ana under division -
Brittany Fender was the win
ner,followed by Leona Goetzman as
first runner-up, Lindsey Brown as s\\
Dearstyne as third runner-up.
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but it did. rite OIL r
Stieh 74, arrived at Bradford 64-oz.
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Stieh,a World War II veteran had R $219BAG
been hospitalized in 1980 for angina.. 1LB.
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day to the evaluation clinic at the VA
Hospital in Gainesville. Following a FOLGEFTS REGULARINSTANT
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I See me at I Sheriff Reddish Talks to Federal Grand Jury

TerwillegarMotors v

ii Bradford County Sheriff Dolph only natural that a grand Jury Interested remember a grand jury is an In- said Reddish.
Reddish was in federal court Oct. 7 in criminal activity in the vestigative fact finding body. Peo- Also called last week to testify
".I ,' to testify before a grand jury. county would want to talk to the ple called !to testify before a grand were two local policemen. Accor-
Sheriff Dolph Reddish said he sheriff. jury are not always the target of the ding to Chief
for Jimmy Bowe".l MajorW.
testified for approximately an hour According to Reddish,he was ableto Investigation; said Reddish. While C. Rhoden and Captain Richard
New and Used Cars & Trucks and while he could not reveal what answer all the questions fully and this Is the first time the sheriff has Bennett are on vacation by their
206 W. Madison St Starke questions he was asked, the ques- truthfully and he hoped his appeared before a federal grand choice and were unavailable for
1 tions concerned past and present testimony might be helpful to the jury, he said he has been called comment.A .
96472OOEddie drug activity in the county and sur members of the jury. numerous times to testify before a
rounding areas. "In all fairness, the public should state grand jury.
Starling wait until a report and/or indictment Citizens should refrain from former Starke policeman and at
1 don't have the sense that I'm on comes from the jury before repeating second hand Informationand least two Bradford residents
the hot seat, said Reddish, but it is
making a judgment. People need to spreading unfounded rumors, also subpoenaed last week.






Questioned by Shaw

Bid REAL FOOD FOR Questions!\ come to mind upon
U.S. CHOICE WHOLE reading the Monitor'account of Dr.
REAL PEOPLE!! (SLICED FREE) 8 TO 12 LB. AVG. Harvey K. Meyer's Nicaraguan ex-


UNTRIMMEDRIBEYES While he is of the opinion that,
"the U.S. cannot in good conscience
support either the Sandinistas or the
Contras," I question why he
neglected to mention the nouns
"Soviet" or "Soviet Union." The
D.D.IOCTOBER September 1987 issue of Reade,',
Digest featured David Reed's com-
mentary, "High Stakes in
$ 9 7 Nicaragua." Mr. Reed, a foreign
correspondent the past 30 years,
IS speaking from his first-hand experiences -
with both the Nicaraguan
Democratic Force (FDN), the
BEEF MONTH 1 largest the Contras groups and the
LB. Sandinista government, writes:
Y root l "Last year (1986) Moscow gave the
.TAWry Sandinistas$1 billion in military and
far more weaponry and a far larger
STARKE army than any of their neighbors.An .
470 W. MADISON ST. estimated 2000 Cubans functionas
advisors to the armed forces.
N Hundreds of Russians, East Ger-
mans, Bulgarians and members of
the Palestine Liberation Organization -
also help shore up the Sandinista -
FILL YOUR FREEZER / EVERYDAY LOW PRICE* regime. Why all the military
LLP PArilES muscle? Both Nicaraguans and
/ foreign residents maintain that
Moscow considers Nicaragua a base
D.,3 for promoting pro-Soviet takeovers
11 Y a EVERYDAY LOW PRICE throughout Central America."

HASH BIOWN $198 JUMBO Incredibly,Dr.Meyer suggests we
SUPERBRAND be, "more supportive of the real
UIO4 WCCTIO Neal WMOf W MMW POTATOES pn? I SUNBELTTOWELS ALL FLAVORS revolutionary process, which is now
TURKEY S/180 /LH .11 I ICE CREAMor fermenting in Central America and
$1Q PATTIES. (which) can be more legitimately
DRUMSTICKS Br f RIBSBEEF" . ioi$498Ih Ih Towels compared to the acts of our Founding -
"" IMSIT STYLI SHERBET Fathers than to the futile war
$yi88 ROGER WOOD SLICED now being waged by the Contras."
PATTIES. 4S | WIENERS is$499 BACON is$1880 Dr. Meyer should be reminded that
"""' -.. M MAy I 47C $ 1, 9 the ultimate goal of the American
PORK SO8Q CORN Revolution was freedom and the
; $ 99 1
''Kf 995 right to a democracy governed by
DOGS. ia ROLL HALF the people's elected representatives.To .
GAL imply that the goals of the
Marxist-Ortega government coin-
asr..rj cide with those of Thomas Jefferson,
EVERYDAY LOW is ludicrous, if not irreverent or in-
PRICE deed, blasphemous.Dr. .
DELMONICO Meyer was quoted as scoffingat
$397 the idea that Nicaragua's three

MAYq.NUSE DEEP SOUTHMAYONNAISE SSc STEAK . . LI America's million people 220 million.could The endanger notion

\ i 1. . MR pT ucal: that the Reagan Administration and
the senators who support Contra aid
are in fear of the Nicaraguan peopleIs
ASTOR .W-O MANO U..CMOKI DOMAIN absurd. Mr. Reed asks "Are we
"ILL $J7919 MILLER 6PE $237 SMOKED CHUCK going to turn our backs on a vast

COFFEE , $4 BEER gS HAM II . LL $128 ROAST $211 Soviet intrusion, the first such in
THRIFTY. MAID to II II II u history, into the mainland of the
ALL VAHItlltS MOA Mtncno(o TO n u.MO.) "
BLENDEDSHORTENING $i| COCA 9ge FRYER 3SCO97 SWIFT HOSTESS $Q88 State Western George Hemisphere Shultz is? quoted Secretary in the of
'iAh COLA II . .IL' LEGQUARTERS LL CANNED HAM 8S OMCMOfl Reader'damental Digest article: "The fun-
.. issue is whether we are
prepared to Soviet domina-
ARROW |* ( CHEK RIB $ SLICEDBACON 68 tion of the accept entire region from

BLEACH CAL UH DRINKS . :.6Se\ ROAST to II 1I. . . La $1 Panama to Mexico."
Dr. Meyer states, "Our support of
the Contras is almost universally
EVERYDAY LOW PRICE 8 condemned in Latin America and

IRISH kAKIO OAIUC.CHIDOA*se NOT ftfftn the U.S.is losing the friendship its
(P former allies in the region." On that
,. SIZIC..D CHEESE BREAD $ | 29 subject, Mr. Reed, who spent the
EVEREADYBATTERIES Nicaragua, writes: "In Managua,
IYLENDOLy( ) : ? Nicaraguans and foreigners alike
l CHICKENS TURKEY $1 49 told me that the overwhelming ma-

t p J 1';' $ 29 c BREAST . IIAlf U. 1 jority Sandinistas.of people have According turned againstthe to a

2 $ 5 0 Gallup Poll, most people elsewherein
30-cr. 97c 2 5 PECANIaNCH Central America are also strongly

SIZE i 2.PII PIG.4Py .' FOR PIE. . EACH $| 99 strongly opposed for to the the FDN Sandinistas guerrillas.and

Mike Edwards, a senior writer on
the National Geographic Staff,wrotein
i EVERYDAY LOW PRICE that magazine's December 1985
issue: "For the three million
HARVEST FRESH MIU SUMDMAND citizens of Alabama-size Nicaragua,
I La$128 f LIGHT two organizations keep score on

%' POTATOES . I a> 9SC human rights-one working with"the
the other On
OMAINI. INDWI M ISCAROtl Uft4D SPREAD I . 1UU5 the government economy,since the Marxists opposed.took
HARVEST FRESHSALADS ...rJ SUM*HAND control "Nonessentials havevanished.
SSc ORANGEJUICE The prudent traveler carries -
D4M s
. La 99C I his own light bulbs." Mr. Ed-
MIMI I Coot. . . . GAL I wards described a scene In
I' Matagalpa, a city 60 miles north of
; NATURAL DANO'S Managua: "East German army
I eDL93c GOURMET $*fl99 trucks and Soviet jeeps rumbled in
MUSHROOMS . f, the streets. Soldiers with AK-47's,
-1 AH HAVOS .y I'rY I!.:;:. PIZZA . . . PxG Soviet assault rifles, waited for

$119 SEAFOOD KITCHEN $ 79 Such scenes were common in the
SALAD DRESSING I JAil w 4 spring of 1985. Now, more than 2tt
: FISH STICKS . . 'i's' years later,the Soviets are not going
to lose interest, pick up their
PRICES GOOD marbles and go home. U we do not
.------------I EXPIRES 11-5-67 I----------., WED., QUANTITY RESERVEDWinnDixie' fI'GHTS'THURS. intervene, they wW do whatever it

D.A..HA, ..II/., takes to establish a permanent
OCTOBER 8. 14, 1987 -- military presence. To hold that the

1 30tC OFF i iON Sandinistas would consider dialogue
with Washington based on "con
1 J l structive diplomacy and

1 A 2-LITER BOTTLE OF I democraucallyeoundprhaciples,"is
NOfl pawl hf- SSIS.1515Po< M I ** -IKMMput I Equally
1 .SNe.... ST.w DAwee M.a1.l.MINI... w AIollS11... ..- I bizarre .is the idea that UM
1I5I .10111" "it-OUt. y.Ha.R' -. '"ir'MNNN' --. TM United Nations would move to halt
1 Nl n -- 111 ''Mlar.
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__ I.. Starke Poster Artist Can't Say., Nor

When asked why tie agreed to Cyndy Mantini. owner of ICM poster," says the artist. return to the University of Florida to
I design the poster for the Starke Printing in Gainesville worked with Kemp says the Florida foliage of get a Master of Fine Arts degree in
Festival of the Arts Michael Kemp Kemp on the poster. "Michael so palms, live oaks, palmetto scrub, printmaklng.
grinned and said "1 Just never say easy going.It is always refreshing to wild grasses, and brush textures Interplay How does such a busy man do it?
to projects that offer the chanceto see him walk through the door." with the light and shadow to "I get up at 4:00 and start early.Just
do something different such as The Florida landscape provides produce the effects he so enjoys using recently I had to give up doing the
a using a printing technique unlike the Michael with an endless array of in his finely detailed prints and music which Is okay. I've gone up to
types he is most familiar with- ideas to work in, and printmakingand paintings. a year without it, but still manageto
silkscreen and intaglio. Of f-set prin- painting are his favorite media. Kemp works in a "shack" built keep a lot of balls in the air."
ting,the process used for the limited The Starke poster design, which next to his handmade house near Among the many "balls" Michaelis
edition Starke poster presented a reflects his general interest in Micanopy, and balances his time juggling this month is the Starke
few difficulties he hadn't encountered Florida landscape was inspired by between his wife, Marilyn, and son, Festival of the Arts. Kemp will be
u before. "I had to keep going his many trips up U.S. 301 from. his Simon, his art work, his prizewinn- showing his prints and paintings in
back to the printer with different home in Micanopy to Starke. "1 callit ing talents of playing the fiddle and space 51 at the Festival on October
kleaa my 'On the Road to Starke' calling square dances, and a recent 24 and 25.


Volunteers Needed for Purchase Award Program I

Hailed as a"grand success" and a works of art for their homes and of- can be contacted at the Festival of- calling 964-7117 In Starke or 3955159at
"truly impressive" show in the 1967! fices while at the same time publicly fice at the Magnolia Hotel on Mon- Santa Fe Community College In I
Official Guide of the Starke declaring their support for the day, Wednesday and Friday, or by Gainesville.
Chamber of Commerce the Starke Starke Festival of the Arts.The Pur-
Festival of the Arts is quickly ap chase Award Sponsor can honor the
its second anniversary.Form selected artist with the presentationof
.r to provide the Bradford a special Purchase Award Ribbon .. Robert'sConstruction
County area with an ever-changing, and Plaque provided by the
expanding and growing arts produc- Festival and in turn, the Festival
tion, the Starke Festival depends on recognizes the cultural support of
Festival of Arts Poster... a vast array of Starke community each sponsor in a special ad in the
support is that support which en- Bradford County Telegraph.Last .
I Artist Michael Kemp and Carol Brown Coordinator of the Starke Festivalof courages more and more high quality '
the ARts, admire the festival poster as they hang it at Santa Fe Communi artists to apply to the festival year, because of the efforts of \ Robert Worrell/Owner
ty College. every year. Freeman Register and the wonderful -
The community of Starke provides response of the Starke area HWY 21 Worthington Springs
much to the actual festival businesses and residents, nearly
the infor- $6.000 art the Mon-Frl 8-5 CLOSED Thurt. Sat.8-2
operationvolunteers run was spent on through
I Divorces Granted in BradfordThe mation booth selling festival posters program. This year, Freeman has
and t-shirts service clubs from turned over the responsibility for the POND DIGGING
Bradford High School and area churches Purchase Award Program to the
man drink booths and other Coordinator of the Festival Nancee LAND CLEARING
following marriages were David M. Fedder& Margaret Ann clubs and volunteers help set up Clark,who says that even though the
dissolved in Bradford County duringthe Fedder chairs, tables run the children'sarea Festival is in its second year, it DRIVEWAYS
month of September accordingto John Jay Pendleton & Leannah decorate and secure the area. needs the community's support
court records. Pearl Pendleton. There is a wide variety of tasks more than ever.
Emery R. Lewis & Martha G. Jerry Arnold Dyal, Jr. & Gloria which heir insure the smooth- Ms. Clark says, "The festival is
Lewis. Anne Dyal. running this annual cultural young, and in order to establish
Gary Leon Underhill & Cynthia D. Ernest W. Allen & Opal C. Allen. event. itself as a high quality and populararts
Underhill. Joann Godwin & Marvin Godwin. One of the many ways Starke festival, we must create an in- 1
residents show their continuing sup- centive for more artists to be at-
Purchase Awards tracted to the show. A to do this ti.l .
... .. .. ... .... ..... ... port Program.is through NOT the a donation to the is by guaranteeing sales way through the
Hanill'HouMf Festival, but a pledge to spend a certain Purchase Award Program."
Good Selection to : amount on art at the Festival, For more information regarding
Choose From : the program offers the opportunityfor the Purchase Award Program or
individuals or businesses to buy volunteer activities, Nancee Clark
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Janice Parrish After eating, the riding events Hendricks and John Roberts, took Members of our club donated a
UCKC Reporter started, along with a good old country qwte a spill off their bucking horse. total of about $2,662 to the Boys
Union County Riding Club music band.Whether you wantedto Saturday night the band started Ranch. Wade Andrews did a great SAWYER
members showed some proud colors ride the poles, dance along with back up with some tired bodies try- job of collecting the donations!
this past weekend as they brought the band or just enjoy some good ing to shake a leg to the tune.A Harlis Ellington and Roscoe Seay
home the most awards from the fellowship around the campfire, morning worship service startedthe came up with some great donationsfor GAS & APPLIANCES
Florida Sheriff's Youth Ranch 30th everyone agreed there's no place day off right Sunday at 8 a.m. a good cause 1
Anniversary Horse Show. like the Boys Ranch to have a good with riding games finishing off the
Union County riders fairly bristled time. weekend. The 1987 Boys Ranch Horse Show
with ribbons and trophies as they As the sun came up on a cool,brisk The various riding clubs also pull- was truly the best ever.This event is
competed in the horse show which Saturday morning, the little riders ed from deep in their generous held each year on the first weekendin Fall IntSAVINGS-
drew 404 riders from all over the were heading for the catch pen pockets and donated approximately October.Be sure to make plans to
to in ready to run the Texas Barrel the be there next this writer
area participate various riding $6,500 to this good cause during year sure
events. Weave, which started at 8 a.m. day Sunday. can't wait!
UCRC was presented with a sharp.
beautiful plaque for having the most Other highlights of Saturday included -
riders participating in the grand en- an official anniversary I
try while UCRC President Dot An- ceremony with Lieutenant Governor
drews and Queen Tammy Lee led Bobby Brantley serving as principal SVLO
the 81 Union County riders who par- speaker. !
During the ceremony, the Union I1ORIGA.GENKERS
ticipated. We also brought home the
plaque for having the most riders County Riding Club, along with
participating in the two-day events. several other riding clubs, was -- !FANTASTICSAVINGS ROUGHOUr E STORE;
presented with a large trophy
This year turned out to be a
special year as friends,families and the Boys Ranch for their many dona- A_Or BO.ION COMMNr
riders were greeted with a huge gold tions and support throughout the GE on GIBSONYOUR
sheriff's star with a large 30,reminding years. --
The river barbecue next --
was on
everyone entering the ranch of the agenda and was that meal CHOICE
that this was the 30th Anniversary Q
this "where unwanted delicious! The beautiful scenery ad- Harold K. Davl
boys are wanted.place" ded to the special time along the Loan Officer ....,_.... FAMILY
As the festivities were kicked off banks of the Suwannee River. LENDER SIZEWASHER
Friday with a chicken pilau Next on the agenda was the runn- & COMPANY I
supper ing of some fun games.Lots of riders STOCKTON, WHATLEY DAVIN
could feel the excitement
you growing hit the dirt during the Buddy Pick- LICENSED MORTGAGE BROKER/INSURORS
as knew a good time
was coming.everyone Up. Two of our favorite riders, Joe 105 N. W 33 COURT 375-2950

I I Screeningsar.mp.gez i ; ; GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA 32607 $298

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ty," said Stieh. "It just proves that STAY WARM THIS WINTER, BUYiNOW* _
by having these screenings, lives
can be saved. I know that this pro
gram and nurse Traylof may have
saved my life,especially as I had no
other symptoms of my problem VCR's
other than the low pulse rate." = ;
Bradford Hospital offers free -
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blood pressure screenings the first

Tuesday of each month from 1-3 HardwareYEAR : ._, .... FISHER
p.m.in the lobby of the new hospital. -"
Toll-free Hotline ., RCAHITACHI

Collect I. .... . .


Key West Pensacola parents are to Jacksonville calling a new to :H--i; from$<
toll-free hotline for advice and legal <, 238

assistance in collecting child sup- .
port. :
The hotline, 1-800-622-KIDS, is

operated Health by and the Florida Rehabilitative Departmentof Ser- ma1.l-o //HURRY FOR BEST BUY* LIMITED QUANTITIES

vices (HRS) from 7 a.m to 6 p.m. 15 YOOn
', -
Monday through Friday. MICROWAVE OVENS
Fifty-four percent of the more
than 700 calls during the first four
days of hotline operation resulted in
appointments for custodial parents ALL TRPPRIiI
seeking child support collection
help, officials said. Nhif nl
"For many parents struggling to I I t
raise children alone, child supportcan TORORiding .
mean the difference between liv- .
ing in poverty and being able to ade- Littqn;
quately provide for their children," 1i = Mowers
L. Col- _
said HRS Secretary Gregory = E5 MAYTAG''

er.In announcing the hotline and Im-
provements to Florida's child sup- WVtL
port collection system, Coler noted from

that 58 percent of the absent parents .. '
who have been ordered to pay child :
in Florida make no -' .
payments at all. He said of the 42 ('. Layaway NOW for Christmas
percent who make payments only 20 .
percent pay the full amount. .\
Coler said HRS plans to increase 'YOUR TELEVISION HEADQUARTERS
child support collection by a third
this year, to $130 million from $98
million last year.
Child Support Enforcement direc- Save
tor Bob Johnson said the toll-free ASS ,
number is for parents seeking Infor- DISCOUNT ....
matin on child support collection -
services, but anyone calling with L -I [ 1

cases complaints can expect or problems an answer with within old WMfUNTT$5O. HEATER SALE W. = I

48 hours. .
The HRS services are available to on TORO's We feature just about ,.., Ia

any ried parent and never,even been if they on welfare.have remar-- Haven't you done every conceivable model, .,...,. J :::::1J

Improvements in Florida's child Model TC 3000 without a TORO size, and style heater to

support collection system include: Gas long enoughTMTrimmerCutter match your needs.
The application fee for HRS services -
has been abolished.

offices will extend their hours from 7
a.m to 6 p.m.to accommodate working F
Saae Ec ZUct Sau
parents.unpaid. 4 y yaw
child support can still be
collected even after the child
reaches the age of 18. 1 KE*
Employers will be required to
disclose information on the location, 1 Ifcxttc* r oMa. '
salary, insurance, tax and employ- & APPLIANCES
ment history of absent parents. 1 Miller <5roq ?r# 5 I

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Warrants Sismed for Killers of Guard and Parole Officer

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The convicted killers of a prison electric- chair under death warrants Woods, for the May 5, 1983, murderof Woods, 23, was convicted along prison yard with Dennard. black prisoners suddenly attackedtwo
I ,, guard and parole officer are signed Oct.S by Gov. Bob Martinez. John Steven Dennard, a guard at with another UCI inmate, Leonard Trial testimony indicated Woods white officers who were stan
scheduled to die! Dec. lOJn Florida's Slated for execution are Ronald Union Correctional Institution, and Bean, of stabbing Dennard, 29,witha first stabbed Officer Mitchell Ander- ding outside the control room.
Harry Phillips,for the Aug. 31, 1982, homemade knife. Bean was son. Anderson and Dennard tried to The inmates apparently closed the
slaying of state parole officer BJorn sentenced to life in prison. run from the two inmates but were office door to prevent the two from
'- Thomas Svenson In Dade County. Woods, who had been serving a cornered before they could get into a reaching safety inside and by the
The warrants, the first for each four-year term for arson and control room. time other officers got out of the office
.i Shrimp, Catfish1 I man, are in effect from noon Dec. 9 burglary, also was sentenced to 30 Two other officers were stabbedas and into the haD,one of the two
through noon Dec. 16. Superintendent years for three attempted-murder they tried to apprehend the in officers who had been attacked was
All You Can Eat stabbed found lying on the floor of the corridor -
J Tom Barton of Florida State convictions. He or slashed mates.
rr..1 Prison set the executions for 7 a.m. three other correctional officers,one Prison officials said at the time of and other fell into the office.
Dec. 10. of.whom. was walking_across the the killing that the four guards were The two other officers were stabb-
Weekend Special Buffet (Fri & Sat. only) attacked by a small group of Inmates ed in another cell block, when they
wielding handfashionedknives. answered a call for help over the
$6.75 prison intercom.
: Dennard,who had been stabbed in Phillips, 42, shot Svenson to deathin
Lee 'a Restaurant & Lounge the neck and back,as well as suffer- the parking lot of the parole
building in Dade County.The
ing head injuries, died late that
BOO N. Temple Avenue $tarkRegular US 301 SOUTH Above Bradford Florist afternoon on the operating table at was a supervisor who had warned
Phillips that he would be sent backto
Shands Hospital in Gainesville.
964-6601 NAIL GOWNS New and Used Rentals The Orange Park resident had prison if he didn't stop harassing
Burr. worked as a guard for UCI for five his former parole office and her
Lunch Mon-t !*AO vVo serve Regular Menu Also SPECIAL NEW LINE OF "LINGERIE" years.A fiance.
Dinner M.n-Thu
0 .week prison official said the unex-
PIVI.! Found
Backscratcher Inmate Guilty
-_... AMERICAN Open for lunch:11:30-3 pected attack, which began in a cor-
[-J VISA ) EXPRESS DbuwrMon-Thur 11:30-9 Acrylics Linens Wishing Well Rentals-for weddingsJust ridor near the east entrance of 'The Of 2nd-Degree MurderA
Arrived Rock', the prison's main
Fri&Sat 11:3000 closed Sunday housingunit Florida State Prison inmate pled -
We Do was the first such attack since
H OA/1 Q A A C Handmade gifts -ALL BRIDAL no contest Oct.Sin the fatal stab-
Alterations ACCESSORIES of in the
another inmate
The.attack_began when six to eight gymnasium bing in March. prison'
-- Circuit Judge Osee Fagan rejected -
the no contest plea and found
Lazaro Inclan Alemany guilty of second -
degree murder. Alemany was
sentenced to a 12 year prison term.
Mario Dugues,31,a Mariel Cuban
refugee serving two life terms for
I OKI AN WELLS armed burglary and robbery, died
March 25 about an hour after he was
stabbed five times in front of about
140 inmates.
Alemany, 30, has been in prison
Chevrolet Oldsmobile since 1982 and is serving a life
sentence for robbery with a firearm.

U.S. 301 North Gainesville 372-0103 Starke 964-7500 Jax1 282-4522 AIDS Is Top CauseOf
Prison DeathsAIDS

has become the leading
cause of death in Florida's prison
system this year, prison officials
\ confirmed Sept. 25, even though the
increase in AIDS-related deaths has
#' been slower than expected.So .
: far this year, 17 state prisonersdied
'IIII''lr' ; Immune of diseases deficiency related syndrome.to acquired

Another 17 have died of various
For The ALL NEW "unnatural causes" related to
violence or accidents,according to a
JHE SEASON prison spokesperson..The 17 AIDS
; deaths are included in 45 deaths this
88 Chevy-Olds year attributed by Department of
.r.- Corrections statistics to various
natural causes.
Last year, nine inmates died of
1988 Pickup TrucksREGISTER AIDS-related diseases. There were
13 such deaths in 1985, ten in 1984,
eight in 1983 and one in 1981.
The medical authority, appointedby
$ the state legislature last year to
0 700.<< oversee and improve prison health
care, is reviewing prison policies
TO WIN a-a PLUS TAX that now refuse AIDS testing to In-
-- mates except those who doctors
FLORIDAGEORGIATICKETS believe show sysptoms of the

Air, Tinted Glass, disease.

Drawing everySaturday Gauges Bumper FliP Teoopei'sContinue

Vehicle Inspections

rc -' Bradford CountyThe
Stock# 3709 Florida Highway Patrol will
be conducting driver license and
vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
1500 SilveradoFle ing the week of Oct.9 through Oct. 15

1 1a =1 1 =1 awE -I] tslda on SR-16 SR-21, CR-18, SR-100, CR-16 SR-230, CR-21B, SR-18,,

CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231,
CR-227 CR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A

$11 ,250. in Union Bradford CountyThe County.

PLUS TAX Florida Highway Patrol will
be conducting driver license and
Air, Stereo Cassette, vehicle inspection checkpoints during -
the week of Oct.9 through Oct.15
Custom Interior, Cruise, Tilt, Elec. on SR-100, SR-121, SR-231, SR-241,
l SR-238, CR-18. CR-237, CR-229
Doors PS, PB 5 speed. Baretta OT Coupa CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-
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Mr.Jack WelchMr. where the church Is presently Born In Fairmont, Minn., Mr. Sunday, Oct. 4 at his home following Louise Frame Robert
Jack L. Welch, M, of Palmet located Thieman served in the U.S.Navy un- a sudden illness. ; son, Frameof Wynn moved to Keystone in 1977
to, died Friday from inJuries Survivors include his wife, Carrie til Born Charleston, W.Va.; daughter, from Jacksonville. He was a
morning his retirement in 1948. He worked ,i I Oct. 25, 1912 in Five Points, Carol Ann Harrington of S.
suffered in Prevatt Taylor two daughters, member of the Christian Church and
an auto accident. with the Federal Reserve Bank In Ala., Mr.Cole moved to Interlachenin
Charleston W.
Christine Blackwelder of Mid Va.; sister Mae an Army Veteran of World War II.
Born in Lake Butler, Mr. Welch Jacksonville until his retirement In 1975 from Punta Gorda where he
lived dleburg and Mytzl Saunders of Pen- Williams Fayetteville,N.C.; three He retired In 1977 as a Depot Agent
most of his life In Union County 1973, after which he moved to had resided for 19 years. He formerly grandchildren.
until moving to Palmetto 7V4 years ney Farms; three sons Charles and Melrose. lived in Starke also. He retired in for Seaboard/Coastline Railroad.
ago. He was In the watermelon Harry Taylor of Middleburg and Survivors include his wife Corrine 1975 as a diesel mechanic for Her In Funeral the services were held Oct. 5 Survivors include his wife,
Chapel of Archie
harvesting business and a memberof Dennis Taylor of Keystone Heights Greek Thieman; daughters, Mrs. cules. He was a member of First Funeral Home Delores H. Wynn; four daughters,
the two sisters, Myrtle Lauramore and with Rev. Ray Linda Dubois, Virginia Beach, Va.,
Oak Grove Church of Jesus Betty Mangum and Mrs. Pat Lee; Baptist Church of Interlachen and a Williams Burial
Christ of Latter Day Saints. Mae Ebersold of Jacksonville; 18 sisters, Mrs. Ann Gibson and Mrs. member of the Grandin Lake Shores officiating. was Robin Fowler of Jacksonville Beach,
Wednesday, Oct. 7 at Tyler Moun-
Survivors grandchildren and 8 great- Darlene Deromedl! of Jacksonville
include his wife, Irene Graham; four grandchildrenand Assn.
Beatrice Reaves Welch of Palmetto; grandchildren. (One grandson,Scott one great grandchild. Survivors include his wife, Mary tain Memory Garden In Charleston, and Wanda Reddish of Starke; two
W.Va Archie Tanner
Taylor,was a former EMT for Bradford Funeral Homeof sons, Keith Wynn of Hollywood and
two daughters, Jacqueline Skaggs Funeral services were held Mon- Strickland Cole; daughter, JimmieC. Starke is in charge of
and Theresa Mitchell both of County.) day Oct. .Dreier Richard Atwood of Gainesville;
Fair 5, at Hardage-Giddens Ohio; son,Gary rangements.Mr..
banks, Alaska; two sons, Richard Funeral services were held Monday Guardian Chapel, 729 S. Edgewood L. Cole of Portland, Oregon; three brother, Alvin Wynn of Jacksonville
Welch of Palmetto and John Welchof Oct. 5, in First Baptist Churchof Ave.,Jacksonville,with Dr. Winston brothers, Neal Cole of Atlanta, Ga., J. C. WynnMr. ; and 9 grandchildren.
Hudson; stepson, Stephen K. Middleburg with Rev. Jack Butler officiating. Graveside Joe and Sam Cole, both of Funeral services will be held
Baker of Ft. Leonardwood, Mo.; Whitley officiating. Burial was in military rites will be conducted at LaGrange, Ga.; five stepsons J.C. Wynn, 70, of Keystone Thursday, Oct. 8 at 2:30 p.m., in
mother, Mrs. Nellie M. Collier of Jacksonville Memory Gardens Riverside Memorial Park. Nathan,Leroy,Estes,Allen and Mit- Heights, died Monday, Oct. 5 in VA DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev.
Miami; three sisters, Reba Cole of under the direction of Jones Funeral chell Strickland, all of Lake City; Medical Center of Gainesville Wayne Griffin officiating. Burial
Lake Vivian Home of Starke. four following an extended illness. will be in Keystone Heights
City, Waters of Haines stepdaughters, Irene Stricklandof
City and Pearl Gamble of Jacksonville Mr.Edward KaiserMr. Interlachen, Merle Irvin of Born Aug. 19, 1917 in the New Cemetery under the direction of
Alice A. Coutu Edward LaVerne Kaiser 66 River area of Bradford County Mr., Jones Funeral Home of Keystone.
; three brothers,John D.Harrisof Camilla, Ga., Janie Lord of White
Lakeland,Dallas Collier of Miami Mrs.Alice A. (Penny)Coutu,83,of of Lawtey died Monday, Oct. 5 In Springs and Denise Simon of
and William Welch of Plant City; Melrose, died suddenly Monday Bradford hospital following an ex- Palatka; 28 grandchildren and 13
and six grandchildren. Sept. 28 at Waltham Weston Hospitalin tended Illness. greatgrandchildren.Funeral .
Funeral services were held Mon Massachusetts.Born Born April 24, 1921 in Kansas City, services will be held
day In the Lake Butler Church of in Gardner,Mrs. Coutu livedin Missouri In Mr. Kaiser moved to Thursday, Oct. 8, at 10:30: a.m. in $150 REBATE
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Waltham for over 45 years before Lawtey 1970 from Jacksonville. First Baptist Church of Interlachenwith
with Bishop Felton Smith of moving to Florida 17 years ago.She He was a retired quality control inspector Rev. A.L. Grant and Rev.
ficiating. Burial followed in the Oak was a licensed practical nurse for the Naval Air Station, a Nathan Strickland officiating.
Grove Cemetery under the directionof (LPN) for 15 years with the WalterE. veteran of World War II (U.S. Ar- Burial will be in Crosby Lake
Archer Funeral Home of Lake Fernald State School in Waltham, my), and a member of First United Cemetery under the direction of ORO%
Butler. Mass., until her retirement in 1966. Methodist Church In Starke. Jones Funeral Home of Keystone.
She was a member of the Lakeview Survivors include his mother,
Congregational Church, Waltham. Irene Ballard of Lakeland and a Mr.Therman Frame
Survivors include her daUghter nephew. Bob Milner, Jr., of Starke. Mr. Therman Frame, 63, of
Mr. Donel StokesMr. Dorothy A. Wood Young of Funeral services will be announced Starke,died Saturday,Oct.3,following FINANCINGFROM
Donel! Stokes, 48, of Brooker, Waltham; six grandchildren and 14 at a later date. Burial will be a a sudden illness.
died Saturday afternoon from an apparent great-grandchildren. RestLawn Cemetery of Jacksonville Born in Gassway, W. Va., Mr.
heart attack. Born in Brad- Funeral services were held under the direction of Jones Funeral Frame moved to Starke in 1979,
ford County, Mr. Stokes has been a Wednesday, Sept. 30, in the Wentworth Home of Starke. where he owned and operated a
lifelong resident of Brooker. He was Chapel, Waltham, with Rev. smaU farm. He was a veteran of
in the business Robert Hoaglander officiating. Lee Cole World
trucking before he War II in the South Pacific,
retired. Burial followed in Mt. Feake Mr. Jimmie Lee Cole, 74, of Gran- and a Baptist.
Survivors include his wife, Judy Cemetery, Waltham. din Lake Shores in Interlachen, died Survivors Include his wife, Mrs.
Hunter Stokes; daughter, Shemil
Flanagan of Brooker; two sons,Clay Thomas C. Watson I
D. Stokes of Gainesville and Daniel Thomas Charles Watson, 19, died :sitA, .w.A8M'tr.ftJS"WJNT.E: ( : '
Ray Stokes of Jacksonville; stepson Friday, Sept. 25, in Houston, Tx. A ,: ,:.' ( .: .
Tray Harris of Brooker; two native of San Antonio, Watson was a
brothers, Rudolph Stokes of student at the University of Houston. Buy a'lhme XL 1200 lower your heating and cooling-
Gainesville and Dewey Stokes of Survivors include his parents Dr. Dearborn costs.And theTrane XL 1200 heat
Douglas, Ga.; one grandson. and Mrs. Alfred B. Watson, Jr., of heat pump now and get pump will keep you warm all
Funeral services were held Tues- Mr. and winter..and cool all
SugarLand; grandparents, deal.J summer.
day in Rock Primitive Baptist Mrs. Alfred B. Watson, Sr., of And it comes with an exclusive
Church in Brooker, with Elder O.M. Keystone Hts., and Mrs. Rena Belle COMPLETELYINSTALLED Here's a deal that's hard to refuse. manufacturer's 10 year limited
Yarborough officiating. Burial Evans of Austin, Tx.; great. WITH Buy and install a7r'aneXL1200 warranty on the compressor and
followed in the Rock Primitive Mrs. coil-tWIce the of most
grandmother, Mayme GAS JUST Weathertrori heat pump between protection
cemetery, under the direction of Archer Crownover of Houston; two September 1 and November 15, other brands.
Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Robert Paul Watson and L Call for details
brothers INCL. ''I i i 1987 and receive a$150 ___- us today
Samuel McBride, both of $248 10 PT.TUB94G. cash rebate or interest-free on all the ways you
SugarLand. financing for 12 months. can save with Trane.
Mr. Harry TaylorMr. Funeral services were held Sept.
And that's not the only '0%Fin.ndnQ.v.lehle.n{
Harry Charles Taylor, 87, of 28 at Settegast-Kopf Funeral Home way Y ou'll come out ahead. oA" 'PfroVedcredll through H*....'..
Middleburg,died Thursday,Oct. 1 in Chapel with burial in Memorial HEAT UP TO 5 ROOMS CUT BecausetheXL1200heat I 12 X month:and I''dl' in":12 ":Jcedr.
Oaks Cemetery, under the directionof Offer....I.bl.rrom
Bradford Hospital following a is efficient. I payment
pump, super energy
lengthy illness. Settegast-Kopf Co. HEATING COST BY 50%!! .So you could actually E available p.rtdp.tingde.ler..Ottrrn.t to contractor!and builder*. I
Born Feb. 25, 1900 in Clay County, Donations may be made to the
Mr. Taylor was a lifetime resident of American Cancer Society, 1102 OVER 2O MODCl TO TANK MSTALLIO
Middleburg. He was a member of Autrey, Houston, Tx. CHOOSI UMVINT1D'110...MATIR. VINTID.* PROM CALL 21 TODAYOR TO WOO OALS. 1tiiiith&!
First Baptist Church of Middleburgand AND PURNACI LP-GA S LOWIST men nn NW. .
a retired locksmith with the Mr. Fred ThiemanMr. 2ND ST. OAINMVILU ) TKAME

Civil Service at the Green Cove Fred R. Thieman, 76, of LST: ARK!! itlilii hGl Itltl+ililiiii; ; )$liiiltill plili'tit( I GAINESVILLE:', HEATING*COOLING'
Naval Station. He donated land to Melrose, died Friday, Oct. 2, afteran 1S4.n2$ : ''I'' "tltt' 371S 4n7' ELECTRIC. INC. -P< the Middleburg Church of God, extended illness. I e 'JAX'I' I .1/II/ GRIFfiS GAS i, : AM'rONf: : 964-632O Stark.

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following courses are being offered day, Oct. 26 Nov. 16. Cost: $17.
under the Community Education Computers for Beginners, Monday -
Program at the Bradford-Union Nov. 23- Dec. 14. Cost $17.
Vocational Center. Advanced Computers, Wednesday ,
Advanced Flower Arranging, Nov. 4- Dec. 9. Cost: $35.
Tuesday, Oct. 20 through Nov. 17. Child Care Certification, 20 hours. 8.192%
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RENTALS AVAILABLIt $150 p.r month THREE BR MOBILE HOME 1 3/4 bath, 13 ACRES ((4'% acre cleared rest In 205 N. Temple, S
furnished FPSL, with good timber): 2 BR mobile home usedas l
and up Call Susan F. Faulkner. Broker- partially carport OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and i
Owner at 964.5069 or 964-4048 TF & garage, fenced In backyard a rental at entrance of property. dry wooded lots. Mobile home, cabin I
C ft C MINI STORAOI Hwy 301 South $250/month plus $50 deposit. 6 mo. Several moneymaking pecan trees camping O.K. Hunting and fishing. (LCecella Terwlllegar I
9648848.611 tfnchg lease required. 964-8407. 10/8 :2tchg around mobile home $28,000: You $5,450 w/$150 dn., $63.71 monthly. .....NEW LISTINGS.....
OFFICE ON 301 Contact Ron D.nmork 10/15 Finance.. Call for appt. 964-6305 days or ((904)) 236-4579: day ((904)) 622-2433: : ULTIMATI EXECUTIVI LIVING, Stucco S block beauty with opprox. 3400
at 964.5516.6/25 tin MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT, Come visit 964 6493 after 6 p.m. TFo| ..
ever :2/12: tfnVACATION ..f? 6 yrs old on :2V4 acres In Lawtey area. So spacious, so elegantprestige
143 BEDROOM HOUSE $250: and $350. the New Mimosa Manor Check us out. LOT IN CITY $6,000. Call 964-5764; after I
Look all the 5, call 9645251.: 3/07 tfn plu.11oGIIEAT
Call 964.5377 after 5:30: p.m. 10/1 TF at improvements
FURNISHED EFFICIENCY opartm.nt, part 964-7498. 10/8 IFMOBILE 44 ACRES with :2 BR house or will divide LOCATION, Good frontage Hwy 100W and Hwy 225.: 40 plus acres.
of utilities furnished. Adults only. No Into 10 acre or more tracts. 964-7771 or EXCELLENT NEIGHBORHOOD Palm St., 3/2: brick, new roof, carport
pets. %1.5970.9/ 4tchg 10/8 9644537. 5/14 TFchg new Carrier heat pump, large screened porch utility shed, extra 'lot.
UNFURNISHED 1 bedroom house. 833 W. HOMES MOBILE HOME LOTS one acre and up. LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS, PRIVACY PRICED RIGHT! Keystone, beautiful
Madison St., no pets, lease. 96/-8404. FOR SALE Several location.. Some with hookups RESORTS OR Spanish style home, 3450 s.f., 10 acres, sprinkler system, 4 BR, 2Vi ba, for.
9/114tch9 10/8 all with EZ terms. Ralph Bryan RENTALS mal LR, fully equipped kitchen, Ig. FR, brick fireplace, patio, pool ceiling
FOUR BEDROOMS unfurnished house, Realty, 964.6208.: 9/24: TF fans, :2 car garage, new roof, zoned Agrl., :2 assum. mtgi.. $135,0001
S350/month. No pets lease. 315 N. MOBILE HOME FOR SALE: rent to own THREE ACRES $8500 cash or term. COTTAGES, Fully furnished. Daily, CONSOLIDATED HOME t OFFICE OR APT Cozy, comfortable :2 BR, :2 Ba
Walnut St.. 964.8404.9/17 4tchg 10/8 your own mobile home. Several to $2500: down, 6 yr. financing on weekly, monthly rate*. Also mobile brick, :2424 tq. ft. on 5 acres Intercom, central vac, CHSA, ceiling fans, at.
FURNISHED: BR, 2 Ba trailer In Santa F. choose from. Call 468-1323: for Information balance 4 mile. West on Rd. 16. Call home park spaces for rent, and home tic fan, fully equipped kitchen enclosed porches, Buck stove, 436 ft.
Trailer Park. 7 miles South on US 301 at 10/8TF 1-781-7758 Jaw Itpd 10/8 for 10.. MT VIEW RESORT U.S. 64E, garage, 616 sq. ft. separate office or opt. Lawtey area.
SR :221. 964-5888 days or 1-468-1777 1916 FLEETWOOD EDGEWOOD 3 BR, :2 Highlands Rd., Franklin, N.C. ((704)) CROSBY LAKE LOT 100 ft. on waters edge, 19800.
.v... 10/12tchg: 10/8 full baths, garden tub In master HOMESFOR 524-4605.6/11: tfnchgCOMMERCIAL 'BE THE FIRST IN LINE: Deerwood SID luxurious, brick 3 BR, 3 ba, formal
MOBILE HOME :2 BR, 1 bath AC, 1 acre, bedroom, refrig., gas oven ft stove, SALE living room, fireplace, screened porch, enclosed garage, pool, fenced and
$185 month $150 security. Responsible gas furnace, AC with :2'/i' ton heat landscaped, $105.000
adults only, 964-6479. 10/1 TF pump 2x4 studs, ceiling fan in living PROPERTY 01. TOUCH OF CLASS new brick 3 BR, 3 Ba, Mimosa Dr., off Bessent Rd.
FURNISHED CLEAN: :2 BR mobile horn., room. Will have moved free of charge; TWO OF COUNTRY CLUB'S FINEST .4 Gorgeous,custom drapes throughout, plush carpeting, beautifully designed .
no pets, accept small childr.n. Also efficiencies take over payments. Call 9646303. BR, 4 bath, pool, game ream sauna, RENTLEASESALECORNER kitchen with everything, enclosed garage fireplace with heatllator,
available weekly, 9648810. Itpd 108UMOVE over 4,000 sq. ft. under roof, only 90000. Have to see to appreciate!
10/1 10/8 ITI 1981 Liberty 14x52. completely bath
2tpd $125,000. THREE BEDROOM, :IV ,
BUILDING and/or r..taurant.qulpm.nt WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET! 436 Polk St., Ridgeway slnglewlde, 2
all reconditioned. Front kitchen, 2
utilities and cabl. furnished. S50-$75 BR, 1 bath $2,500: equity and assume room'humongous"familyentertainment over 3,500sq. for lease. Will sell equipment BR, :2 Ba, stove, refrig central heat AC unit Fla. room, carport, utility
p.r w..k. 9645139. 10/1 :2tpd 10/8 $2.000: balance MUST SELL. 782-3861.: ft., 119000. Need to see these for separately. Across from Santa F. bldg.. fenced. Owner will finance
Best restaurant .. ....
MOBILE HOME IN WALDO 2 BR, CHSA, TFm| all the many extras! Ralph Bryan Real Community "
unfurnished, utility shed no p.t. $200: 1120 SQ. FT. DREAM HOME on 1 acre ty. 9646208.: Itchg 10/8 location In town 9647188. 8/6 tfnchg THOMPSON!ST: 11.36:2..f.: brick ENTERPRISE ZONE, Benefits $ 80,000
month, lit last and deposit. 4681509. $440 month. Call Steve 2720650. 10/8 2 BR, 1 BA with 2-car garage. Perfect for FOR LEASE 1,000 sq. ft., 301 South next 301N:1,5acres: MH hook-up, :2 bldgs, :240' on 301, great value $ 37,000
10/8 2tpd 10/15 2tchg 10/15 retired couple. Easy walking distanceto to United Realty 964-8848. 964-8447, 301 N: by Econo Lodge 165.01'on 301 $120,000
NEWLY REMODELED :2 BR, 1 bath home, NEW USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy new shopping center $29,999. Call or eves, 4733627.: 4/16 tfnchg 301 N: approximately 190' x approx. :220': $125,000
carport f.nc.d back yard, nice Wells at A8W Mobil. Homes, 964-6407 9645606. 4/30 tfn 301 N: Dairy Quean Building, lease option? $ 93,000
neighborhood. 1 yr. lease, deposit or 964.6403. 8/14 tfnrw THREE FRAME HOUSES for sale: On. 4 301 S: 193'301 frontage $ 85,000
$350 month. 631 W. Francis St.. applyat EXCELLENT CONDITION: Easy terms. BR, one 3 BR, and one 1 BR. Need REAL ESTATE 301 and Washington Street ::26:2.5.: 105' $ 91,500
964-8073 or 9645086. Itpd 10/8 $5500 set up and delivered. Call Steve, repairs, All three 95000. Located at OUT OF AREA 301 S: 135 ft. on 301, opprox. ::2 ocr... $150,000
UNFURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT Light :272.6827: 10/8 :2tchg 10/15 315 N Walnut, 964.8404. 9/24: 3tchg .....ACREAGE....
housekeeping room., quiet and clean. 24 X 60 DOUBLEWIDE, all set up In OlinSubdivision. 10/8
MOUNTAIN LOT NEAR ASHVILLE, N.C., RD. 100 EAST: 1.37 acres, wooded and platted $ 7,000
Utilities paid. Air, heat, carpet Ready to move Into. 5 FAMILY APARTMENT HOUSE in
964.5681.ltchg 10/8 13800. Financing available. Call Starke, 100x100 ft. lot, $10,000 yearly for sale by owner. Good road, power 105th AVE. LAWTEY: 2 Vi acres cleared $ 8.000
ADULT PARK Clean 2 BR mobile home, 964.5606.6/11 tfnchg income. Asking 27500.: 9648071. and phone are already In, mobile, RV s HAMPTON 438 acres This property has everything $438,000
/t mile from city. Nice neighborhood. 2 DOUBLEWIDE HERO'S Financing 10/1 :2tchg 10/8 or home OK. E-Z terms. Call Jim LAWTEY: 5 acres, I 105th Ave., good Investment $ 13,000RD
4681323.: 10/8TF available. Coll 1-272-0625: : collect tfn Campen, 704-684-2691: eves 10/1 6tpd 100 E:12: : acres plus fish pond, wide open spaces $26,000
FOR RENT OR SALE 2 BR mobil. home 2 USED DOUBLEWIDES Low payments.Low 11/5 FLUME RD. 9 acres joins Country Club. Condos?Time Shore? $ 49,000SR
with living room addition on large lot. down payment. Call 1272.0650: : LOSTFOUNDLOST BE OUR NEIGHBOR North Carolina 16 WEST approx. 7 acres $ 13.00OOKIAWAHA
Lake access on Sampson Lake. Call collect tfnFACTOIIY beautiful mountain property. Financing RIVER: 3 beautiful acres, river frontage $ 15,000
964-8218 after 6 p.m. Itchg 10/8 DIRECT! Fleetwood homes MEDIUM SIZED BLACK CAT with available. Free listing Information: LAURA CHURCH RD.. 40 acres, 1970 MH, 2 barns
THREE BEDROOM 2 bath doublewide on sold wholesale In Jacksonville at FACTORY white collar. Answers to the name of Carolina County R.E., P.O. Box 686 3 well., farrowing pen $ 75,000
private lot with fenced yard In city OUTLET 9800 Normandy Blvd. 'Smutley'. Lost in the area of Water AAdklns Hayesville, NC 28904. Call collect, PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.: :20.16 acres, 3 wells,
limits. Gas stove, refrigerator, unfurnished open 7 days, 7834607. 9/24 TF St. 9647553. Itpd 10/8 7043898335. fcan 87.391 2 septic tanks, :2 poles, owner finance $ 50,000
air and heat fully carpeted.NO Or will split each $27,000
PETS. $350/month and $100 security WATERFRONT PROPERTY BROWNLEE RD.: 36.43acres, owner finance, great location $ 82,332
deposit. 9645882. Itpd 10/8 BAYLESS HWY: 50 acres, frame home A egg form
MOBILE HOME with screen porch within 96 .8931 #454; 3BR, Iba, like new, conveniently Owner finance, "eggs-aclly"what you need $250,000
city on shaded lot. $50 per week, SAMPSON LAKE ESTATES Lake front f&' located. $26,000.
9644831. Itpd 10/8 and lake access. Lots available from 473-3096 453 Brick home 5 .....HOMES....
STATE EMPLOYEES: need home close to $9000. Zoned Res/mobile home 3 '/, : acres MENG DAIRY ROAD: 4/2.: :2 story 12: acres S 85,000
your work? We have clean mobile miles west of Storke on beautiful Melrose area. SAMPSONLAKE: 3/2,1985: DW, fireplace, high lot S 50.000
homes available. Call 4681323. 10/8 Sampson Lake ((2000: 4acres) Excellent STROUT REALTY 396: 20 acres zoned mobile EDWARDS LOOP' 3 BR 2 Ba,1 1 acre, let's go country S 62,000
TF fishing, skiing, and boating. home park, 2 bedroom home. ALVAREZ COURT: 2 BR, 1 Ba, landlord off your payroll S 20.000
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE and 3 BR trailer 904-964-7755 Incorporated FRANCIS ST 3 BR, 1 Ba CB, privacy fence In back S 33.000
for rent In country :2 miles out eve-533.2038: Owner/broker 8/13 tfnchg Lie. Real Estate Broker 375: small mobile park plus 2 ORANGE AND PRATT: 2/1 frame, handyman's dream S 25.000BROOKER
9648661. Itpd 10/8 rental homes, 4 acres. .3/2: brick and frame. Shady Oaks SID extra lot 44.000
q THREE BEDROOM 2 bath mobile home 838 N. Temple Ave 374: Day care business, full MENG DAIRY RD.. :2.25: acres, 3/1 CB, CH/A, so near S 40.000
country, $300. Also 2 BR. 1 Bath House, WANTEDRENTAL (U.S. capacity. CROSBY LAKE CANAL: :2 BR, 1 Ba, CH/A, frame S 41,000
$250.: 964-6664 after 5:30p.m., anytime Hwy. 301))
weekends. Itpd 10/8 Starke, FL 32091 We Have Rentals I "After i Hours

LARGE ONE BR APARTMENT no pets. PROPERTY WANTED regardlessof Both Residential & CommercialAAAMA&A Pauline Randolph 964-6323
$160 monthly $75 deposit. 964-8071. condition. Call 9644910. 9/24: 4tpd John Langford Master Appraiser 496-2291:
10/8 2tchg 10/15 10/19 Anne Terwlllegar Nelson 473-7541
NEW MOBILE HOME: 14 ft. wide, central LADY TO LIVE IN my home with me. Randy Cory 475-2597:
heat and air, furnished. Must see. Must cook and clean Call 9646329.: A.A&A&&AA AAAA A AAI
4681323.: 10/8 TF 10/8 2tchg 10/15

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Starke FL REALTOR Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer

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Designated Appraiser 964.6182.964.5823.964.6095

/ Homes / Lots /" AcreageWaterfront '

/ Farms / Commercial .

Susan M. Faulkner, GRI, CRB PRESIDENT ROBINS & ROSES Large Living Area w/Flreplace.

3BR. 2BA Family Room. CH/A Swimming Pool. 41
g2 l. !F?l.ZILxL2', Ig{C |i Acres of Pasture Fanning & Wooded Areas Fenced & ,

Cross Fenced. 32x36 Cypress barn Well & Septic.
Located Hwy.301 .2 Elks S. SR,100, 221 W. Lafayette Street
QUIET & PEACEFUL 5BR/2BA Brick Ch/A Split 964.4522STARKF

*REDUCED $24.000 6 acres several buildings, on property with studio apart. Floor Plan Fireplace, large Kitchen w/Lots of Cabinet ; FL
ment ft office building. Space, Utility Room Garage: 1 Acre.
*HOUSE B 6 FURNISHED APARTMENTS all unit are rented. Approx. 1 acre. .L CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES 3BR/3BA Brick.

Coll for a showing Formal Living & dining Rooms Family Room Large
*NICE 1 3/4 ACRE build home or put mobile home, paved road, owner financ 9III
eat-In Kitchen. Screened Porch & BBQ Grill CH/A pili

ing.NICE 24 ACRE OF LAND! partially In pasture ft balance wooded. Has nice Swimming Pool, Guest House w/Bath VA Assumable
large tacked fish pond. Mortgage: : 4 Nice Lots.
*50C FT. ON PAVED ROAD mostly pasture, fenced, lovely building site with ;i., COUNTRY LIVING 2BR/2BA Block Large .
pecan S oak tree. _
*CHERRY STREET 2 story house and 2700 sq. ft. versatile CB building. Living-Dining Area Family Room Kitchen Your Full S | rc# ''R* l"h; i* Oftte*
*BRICK VENEERi 3 BR, 2 Both, over 3/4 acre, CHftA, approx. :2300 sq. ft., fenced Ii I w/Breakfast Room Garage, 3 Acres. fofR *idene
utility house, close to town. I TWO STORY CEDAR Buy and Complete This

OVER ONE ACRE nice area, out past hospital, with well and septic. '9 5BR/3BA Home, Living & Dining. Utility Large Front We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties
*f.e ACRES Beautiful wooded land with opprox. 500' frontage on 301 N. II & Back Porches. 7.6 Acres.
*REDUCED commercial building only 1'/. yr.old, 3,000 sq. ft., :2 office units & 2
workshop area with bay door, fenced. | NORWEIGIAN BRICK 3BR. 2BA. Dining/Kitchen SPECIAL
*HWY. 301 N. 1 Vt acre, approx. :200' frontage. Combo CH/A. Range & Refrl. Carpet 1200 S/F. Well LEASE WITH OPTION TO BUY, Exceptional brick home In absolutely the best
*BRICK VENEER: 3 BR. 1V' bath on Clark St., only 4 yr*. old. & Septic. 1.5 Acres. location. BR, :2 Ba. over 1600 sq. ft. living area double garage, CH/A. 120x130':
*LOOKS GOOD over 100 year old remodeled :2 story with nice tree ft landscaped | LAKE PRIVILEDGES 3BR/2BA Block, Chi A, lot. city water ft sewer $70,500

*4 BEDROOM yard. Only 3 bathlarg.lot.32500. assumable mtg. (if qualified), let us show you Drapes & Carpet 1416 SIFt Large Lot. .
this home today. 54900. OUT OF TOWN 3BR/1 1/2 BA Brick Ch/A. Range HOMES IN STARKE

LARGE LOT nice large master bedroom, 3 BR, 1 bath, only $33,500. '9 & refrt. Well & Septic. OWNER TRANSFERRED Beautiful country estate designed with privacy In mind.
*COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Hwy 301 S. Call for detail CLOSE TO SCHOOL 3BR/1 1/2 BA Block Dining This custom 2 story log home Includes 3 BR, 2 Ba, and me-- amenities Including a
24x60 COMMERCIAL BUILDING hoe 2 equipped mobile home on 2 acre :22x40: pool all on 5,87 acres. Call for private showing
Central Nice Lot.
Hwy 301 S. Ready made Income. Kitchen Combo. Heat BEAUTIFUL BRICK 4/2. CH&A, fireplace, energy efficl 3 acres In Starke.
I GRAHAM all this for $36,000: 3 BR. 1'/ bath CB ft Brick veneer on nice 1 WHERE THE BIRDS SING 3BR/2BA Doublewide $85,000. Additional acreage available PRICE REDUCED.
acre, chain link fence, utility building. Porches; Well & Septic 1.72 Acres. IN THE BEST AREA On Bessent Road: Lovely 3 BR, 3 Ba, separate dining room, dou
*IN TOWN Only $26,000: : 4 BR. 1 bath, 2 utility bldgs., kitchen equipped. ble garage, many amenities, on 5 acre $110,000.
t *IUY OR LEASI PURCHASE Country living. 3 acres, 3 BR, 2 baths, nestled r. FOR THI GOLFER Country Club over 1 1'1t acres 3/2, all brick sunken living
room fireplace, ceiling to floor window, extra, $79,500.
f! under oak ft pecan trees large workshop.HWY. many
,. 16 West Ha it all, immaculate, 3 BR, 2 bath 24x64 custom built. SELECTED PROPERTIES IMMACULATE IN STARKE CHftA, :2 car carport, 100.100 lot $53,000.
Fireplace, room addition kitchen equipped, workshop garage, fruit tree. TWO CONCRETE BLOCK HOMES side by side, CHftA, $45,000 each
Owner will consider financing. 10 ACRES Pecan Grove,Metal Bern,Well& Scpiic.2 Power Poles Fenced. FRAME NOME on North Church Street. Immaculate. Only $28,600.:
v WALK TO EVERYTHING 3/1 frame, nice lot $23,500.:
*HWY. 100 W 83 Acre, less than $1.350 per acre.LAKE Home.
W Zoned for Mobile
1 ACRE 100 ,
BUTLER 40 acre, only $675 per acre, on river, "PERSONALITY HOUSE" on shaded corner lot detached garage with shop Move
t. 2 CITY LOTS -Nonheait Section right In. Reduced to 23000.:

Commercial ft Residential Rental Available) 10 Acres- 13ih Street NE Pecan Grove. .OUT OF STARKE
I LAKE GENEVA Urge lot-on he waierl ,
MELROSE BANK REPO- 32'ov.r: :2200: ft. 1
e F sq. on are
;r e, Call one of our Professionally trained 105.2 ACRES -Northeast Alachua County. WEEKEND RETREAT 75 ft. on Hart Lake with 3 BR MH. CHftA, $30.000
staff today at: 10 ACRES-South Clay County, Reiidential-AgriculturaL HISTORIC BEAUTY 2 story, 3/2: CHSA, craftsmanship unavailable today!
LAKE LOTSCrosby A Sampson Lakes,Owner Financing. 9 KEYSTONE HIGHRIDOI ESTATES: 3/2 mobile home, $30,000.
9645069or Z.168. 445 ACRES Near Graham Zoned for mobile hornet. '" REDUCED 15.000 FOR QUICK SALE Raiford area, brick, 3/2: $65.000.
CITY LOTS -On Hwy. 16 W,2 blocks from 301. HAMPTON LAKE.
after hours call: LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast Section OrChY'L
ALMOST NEW CONTEMI'OIlAIIYlmmaculat. 75 ft. lakefront
Earlion Beach :210 ft. Hwy. PI 108000.
SOUTH 5 Acres
HWY 301 near on
BRICK NOME many extra, 75 ft. of white sandy beach only $87 000
I REALTOR ASSOCIATES EVENINGS HWY 301 SOUTH 2 Separate Parcels.Good business locations. 2-STOR/t BR. 2 Ba, CHftA dock ft boathouse, $113,000. '
I Irene L. Faulkner-964-5142 IB itYouiinitouoreMS 000c SF floor'cmnea.weuao '9
For A Complete Listing Of
o Lucille Spry ...-.-.--964-8420 MAU TOUR NEXT.TOP AT ACCELERATED
Call Our Office
o Bobby Biggs ---- 964-7331 REALTOR ._


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Telegraph office In County full time position Must b. 21 or older THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS to the lake Region Monitor office Apply at Wharton's Food Mart between 172,900. 17376256. Itchg 10/1
odvonc. unless cr.dlt writing and paid In and experienced Apply at "ep-O Food WANT TO STOP* In writing and paid In advance 10 a.m. 2 p.m. Monday through Friday MELROSE BAY Victorian elegance,
established with thl. off lc..'It already Mart, 620 S. Walnut St. 10/1 2tchg 10/8 THAT'S OURS unless credit Is already establishedwith SR 31 & 100. lakevlew ft lake access, 3BR. 2BA, 1
THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT EARN EXTRA MONEY for Christmas Full Alcoholics Anonymous this office.MONITOR IARN EXCELLENT MONIY In home acre of land $65,000. Bargain price.
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR BE or part-tim. selling Avon. Call 96441509646219pd. STAFF CANNOT BE HELD assembly work.Jewelry toys ft others 1-829-2426 daytime; 305-293-7323 -
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN MISTAKES IN Ramona 7823068. 10/1 2tpd 10/8 thru 10/29 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN FT ft PT avail CALL TODAY) evenings 2 chq 10/8-10/18
Classified deadline Collector's Office Is accepting applications estimates Handy-Man Fence Co. THE TELEPHONE. 83339A 24 HRS. 3tpd 9/24-10/8 YARD SALES
NOON, prior to I. TUESDAY. for deputy clerk. Apply In person OwnerTommy Reddish. 964.8559 tin Classified deadline Is 11:00: a.m. priorto AIRLINES NOW HIRING. Reservatlonlsts,
Classified Thursday publication at Tax Collector's Office In Courthouse. HANDYMANi carpentry, painting, electrical Thursday publication flight attendants, and ground crewpositions YARD All Swan Lake Road east of
display deadline
3:00: P.M. Special 'Is TUESDAY, Deadline Oct. 15. 10/1 2tchg 10/8 complete home repair. Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50 available. Gill 1-619-565-6492 Lake Geneva off SR 100 about 1/4 ml.
placement Is NOT Guarant..d.Classified display LICENSED RN NEEDED at Whispering Reasonable rates Licensed contractor. then 15 cents for each word thereafter. for details. 24 hrs. 3tpd 10/1-10/15 Furniture ft household Hems. Sat., Oct.
Minimum charge for Pines Care Center 3-11 chargeTiurte, RB0049306 Call Mitch. 473-3940. 1/9tfn MATURI LADY NEEDED to sit 9 yrs and 10 8 a.m. Itchg 10/8
classified ads Is full-time. PRN LPN's needed. EOE. LAWN SERVICE for residential and com PERSONAL SERVICES 2 old 2 FAMILY GARAGE
13 words for $3.50, th.n yrs. girls In our house. Evening SAL Sat., Oct. 10
.ach word thereafter. cents for Phone 964-6220. Experienced need on. mercial. Reasonable rates Free hours ft overnight. Possible 2 nights 8:30: a.m. .4 p.m. 6686 Woodland Dr.
ly to apply. 2/12 Hn ..tlmat... %4.4238.7/16 tfnchg .PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile per week, twice per month 19" color TV, furniture, boat, baby
PERSONALSTURN EXPERIENCED. CARPET SEAMER for COMPLETE HOME REPAIR. carpentry, homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free References required. 4751201. 2tchg clothe, a variety of household Items.
doublewldes. Coll 7823003. 8/20 TFchg painting, electrical, plumbing. estimates Call Rob 473-3590. 3/5 10/1-10/8 Itpd 10/8
VISITING NURSES looking for RNs with Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor tfnchg TEENAGE BABYSITTER WANTED 2 day.
FAT INTO $$1 Need 10 overweight good skills offering flexible hours and RB0049306, Mitch 473-3940. 8/20 TFchg LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. a week, 6-8 hrs. weekly. Begin Oct. 21
p.opl., no matter how big, that want PRN scheduling, Call UPlohn DO YOU NEED TO WORK but can't Call Th. Lawn Barber 473-3590. Free at 4:30 p.m. Stchg 10/8.10/23
to lose weight and make money) New Healthcare Services, Inc., Stark. because of high cost of child care?I am Estimate 3/5 tfnchg COSMETOLOGIST WANTED to manage 1
medical breakthrough Port/Full-Time. 964.8772.9/17 4tchg 10/8 Christian woman that wants to help. CARPET. CLEANING C ft B Carpet ft small shop 473-4B26. Itchg 10/8
((303)) 7790937. Icon 87.393 ENJOY WORKING WITH DOGS Full and Call 782.3462.9/10 TF Upholstery, truck mounted deep PART. -TIME HELP WANTED weekends ft ..
ALONE" Call BRINGING PEOPLE part-tim. positions available 6 day WINDOW TINTING car or home. team extraction 4737770. Fr. nights McRoe Retirement Home. --- --- -
TOGETHER! Starke's most respected week Call 4851174. Itpd 10/8 964.4158.9/17 "'chgI0/8 estimates. 7/30.10/15 473-2881. Itchg 10/8 BY OWNER

dating service since 1977. All ages In. NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS. for small LAWN MAINTENANCE mowing, edging JET SKI REPAIR. good service, low FAITH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH needs New BR 2 Bath Cen-
eluding senior citizens engine mechanic. Apply In person at and trimming. Call Wayne, 9646131. prices Ask Jimmy or Steve on Sat. or two mature Christians who love and
Bryan Ace Hardware, 473-4006 tral Heat Air.
1-800-648.4401. tfn 9/24 3tchg 10/8 Sun. 4753282.4tpd 10/1.10/22 children and have experience In childcare
REPRESENT AMERICAL INTERCULTURAL Keystone Hts. 10/8 TF TELEPHONE SERVICES Installation and INSULATED WELL HOUSES from $100.14X20 to our Fireplace Garage
manage nursery program ,
STUDENT EXCHANGE! Flexible, part. NURSES NEEDED for Baylor, days and repair, telephones and equipment, garage on slob from 3995. during Sunday School and Church If Interested Paved Driveway.
time positions. Supervise Scandinavian nights Mocclenny, Flo. Contact Marie prewlres and jack Installation sales 473-4385. 3tpd 10/8-10/22 contact Mrs. Probyn at
European, South American and Brooke, 259-3151, ext. 223. Itchg 10/8. and services Alan Hutcheson HOME IMPROVEMENT, repairs, additions 475-1721 between 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Forest Heights SID
Australian high school exchangestudents. SEWERS woman's apparel sewing factory 964-4924. 10/1 4tpd 10/22 or complete building, 30 years Monday thru Thursday 9/174tchg 10/8
air conditioned Starke. SR 16 West
For more Information call environment experienced BIG LImE SHORT OR TALL-RANDY experience serving Bradford and Clay
l-800-SIBLING. fcan 87-394 operators needed Immediately. THOMPSON will pressure wash them Counties. .73..018.28 tfn Will
GVL Fashions, Gainesville, all. 100% satisfaction guaranteed. FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging? MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE AcceptReasonable
3357366. 10/8 TF Houses, pool., trailers, businesses, Offer
R.V.s CAMPERS House out of level?? LaRue Leveling
LAST CHANCE! Fantastic lob sidewalks, and house paint removal MOBILE HOME FOR SALI 2BR and 3BR
service for all foundation repairs,
TRAVEL TRAILERS demonstrating for the world's Number Call Randy Thompson 9645610. 10/8 473.7721.7/9 tfnchg your mobile home, very clean CH/A, Clay -4751848NOW lOll
One toy A gift company. A few openIngs 2tpd 10/15 COMPLETE HOME REPAIR. carpentry, County, low down payment.
left. Also booking parties through 16592269. 2tchg 10/1-10/8
pointing, electrical, plumbing.Reasonable .
TRAILER 1974. November Call Iris today, 9642030.
CARS TRUCKS VANS rate Licensed contractor,
$2,250 OBO. Call 964-8128 after 530.: IO/8TF ,
RB0049306. Call Mitch 4733940. 8/20
1916 BRONCO XLT with TFcha
or woman In Starke area to service our everything -
32,000 mil... 468-2354. 10/8 TF
BUSINESS customers at their place of employment .
1972 DODGE VAN has built-In bed In MISCELLANEOUSPACK Slnglewide and 3BR doublewlde. Clay
during mornings. Can earn $500to RENTINGK&YSTONE --
OPPORTUNITIESOWN seat. Good condition. 318 automatic. County, CH/A. very clean. NO PETS.
$1000 month. Call 13962867.
per $750.468.1831.9/2" "'chgI0/15 RAT Buy. sell and trod. collect), 1.659.2269.2tcha 10/1-10/8
10/8 2tpd 10/15
ble Items and antiques. Used furniture, MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTi 4732566.
YOUR OWN APPAREL or shoe glassware, jewelry[ and much more.Come 10/1 2lchg 108HOMES
least 23 with record and
store, choose from a good driving VILLAGE
: Jean/sportswear, see for yourself. On. mile east
ladles apparel men's, children/mater- work history with no more than 2 moving of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. APARTMENTS
nlly, large sizes, petite, violations In 3 years, then Pool. 1912 DoDGE 024l $250 as Is. 533-2474. 473-2183. 3/5 tfnchg FOR RENT
dancewear/aeroblc, bridal, lingerie or Truck Line Is for you. Drivers with less 10/tTF BROWN'S FLOORING CARPET AND 1-2-3 Bedroom Patio Style
accessories store. Add color analysis.Brands than 12 month. over the road experience 1982 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE PS. PB AC, VINYL SALES AND SERVICE Installations NEWLY REDECORATED HOUSE 2BR, -Apartments
: Liz Claiborn. Gasoline will be considered as a PooleDriver PW tilt-wheel. Also 1974 DATSUN PU, and repairs All work guaranteedand carpeted, tiled bathroom ft kitchen, from $220 Per Month
Heoltex, levl. Lee, Camp Beverly Hills, trainee. Apply In person Poole AT. 964.8846 after 5 p.m. Itpd 10/8 priced to save you money new appliances. 4732919. 4tchg
St Michele, Chaus, Truck Line, 2241 Detroit Blvd., Pen 9/24-10/15 LO QINKEYSTONE
Outback Red, CORVETTE ENGINE 350, "4-bolt completely 473-7933. 8tpd 8/27.10/15 AT
Genesis, Forenia, Organically Grown sacola. Fla. 9044776481. overhauled. On test stand can HOUSE FOR RENT 2BR 1'/ BA, Fla.
Over 2000 other Or $13.99 one price 18002255000. EOE. fcan 87.396 be started. Make offer, 9648662. Itchg WANTED room, kitchen furnished 4732919.
designer, multi) tier pricing discount or EARN EXCELLENT MONEY In home 10/8 4tchg 9/24-10/15 CLUB ESTATES
family shoe store. Retails prices assembly work. Jewelry, toys, others.FT PRICED BELOW WHOLESALE for 1BR FURNISHED ON KEYSTONE LAKE
8 PT available./ Call today. quick WANTED USED JET SKIS AND PARTS -
unbelievable for quality shoes normal. cash sale: 1984 Regal load.d, heat ft air, screened porch. S240mo.Keystone .
15184593546. (Toll Refundable) Dept. ask Jimmy or Steve on Sat. or Sun.
ly priced from $19 to $80. Over 250 964-7545, 964-8569. 10/8 4tpd 10/29 4753282. Hgts Realty. 473-4961. Itchg CALL
4tpd 10/1.10/22
B3377 24 hr. 10/8 3tpd 10/22
brands, 2600 styles, $14,800 to$26,900: 19(5 FORD TEMPO AC. power door LAKE 10/8
Inventory, training fixtures, grand REAL ESTATE LICENSING only $195. Call locks, cruise, AM/FM/cassette, AT, /i PROPERTY WANTED approximately 'lake FOR RENT OR SALI on Silver Lake, 473-3682
opening alrfar., etc. Can open 15 17554040. North Florida Real EstateCollege. take over payments. Call 964-8824 acre on skiing/fishing inKeystone house nice, 2BR furnished, CH/A,
Write Rt. 3, Box 1768,
day. Mr. Keenan 3668606. 730ffnEXPERIENCED area fireplace $350 mo. Also 18R cottage -
((305)) Itpd days, or 964-4821 eves Itpd 10/8 Starke, Fla. 32091 with directions and SORRY
10/8 SALESWOMAN salary or 1973 LINCOLN MARK IVi excellent AAA $225. 473-2440 or 1-246-4160. 10/8
1000 SUNBEDS, TONING TABLES Sunal- commission you can decide what you mechanically, completely rebuilt front price 9/114tjo| 10/8 HOUSE ON LAKI GENEVA 2BR, furnish NO PETS L.J

WOLFF Tanning Beds, Slend.rQu.stPassive make. Send resume to SALESWOMAN end, all new shocks, muffler etc. ed. 473-2455. Itchg 10/8 -...-,
Exercisers. Call for Free color P.O. Drawer A, Starke, Fla. 32091. Reworked 460 motor. Gets 12 mi. city CARSDO .PARTIALLY FURNISHED CABIN ON LAKI 10/.29 er -s
catalogue. Save to 50%. 8/20 TFchgHOMEMAKERSI 20 ml. Interstate on regular gas. BROOKLYN available Oct. Apr. V.ry
18002286292. icon 87.395 I Kids In school? Need Reduced to $795 OBO. See at Rudy's YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR .PICK UPf nice. $225 per mo. plus utilities.
extra cash? Free kit and supplies. Tire Shop 301 North Starke. Must sell We buy. Call Dale or Paul at Austin 473.4590.2tpd 10/8-10/15
House of Lloyd. Call Iris at 964.2030 or now. 'Itpd 10/8 Motors. 473-2720. Stpd 10/28 '
see In person at lot A.29, Waldo Flea 1973 FORD LTD 9 passenger wagon no FOR SALEFOR 87 Cavalier CL$11.43O.
Market. 8/27 TFchg rust excellent condition and tires IS $9950.
SECRETARY/BOOKKEEPER. Construction BOATS $700; 1976 CHEVY .PICKUP. w/topper, SALE 12 cu. ft. upright Holpolnt '87 Cavalier CS
CHAMBLEE'SMOBILE sub-contractor experience preferred.Send 350 engine-$750. 473-3168 alter p.m. freezer $150; Kenmore automatic
resume to P.O. Drawer A, Stark., BORUM JET BOAT 18 ft., 460 C.I. Ford 2tpd 10/1-10/8 washer $150 473-7707. Itpd 10/8 10990. IS $8550.
HOMETRANSPORT Fla. Attn: Bookkeeper Ilchgl08SCHOOLS engine with chrome "goodies", drl".. 1978 TOYOTA COROLLA STATION KING SIZE MATTRESS ft SPRINGS. $100: '87 Cavalier CS
on trailer. Extra sharp. Lt. WAGON 5 sp., good transportation, stereo and cabinet $100; set of I'" $9100. IS $7350.
blue/metalflake. MUST SELL. Reducedto $500. 473-2730. 2tchg 10/8-10/15 tires G.M. rims, hub caps- $115; odd. '
S4.500-.Make offer) 7823660. TFjm ft ends. 473-2291. Itpd 10/8 86 Cavalier CS
Moving APPROXIMATELY 3/4. ACRE with 140 ft. Exc. Cond.
ThroughoutSoutheast on SR 100 In Clay County. Zoned mobile '87 Celebrity ((3 1.0 choose from
Bucks- REAL ESTATE BUSINESS-with 14 yr. loca home. 5000. Owner will finance with
SEMI DRIVER TRAINING Earn Big $11,720. IS $9750.
lion Equipment ft furniture. Propertymanagement low down 473-2566. 10/1
Drive Big Trucks! DOT certification. payment
-CompleteTear Local and national lob placement Income. $20.000 with 2tchg 10/8 '87 Chevy Corsica
Down assistance. Correspondenceresidenttraining. terms. Call Jim Powell, Owner Broker 11997. IS $9950.

And Set Up Eligible Institution for financial 4734961. Itchg 10/8 5.7 ACRES IN OAK FOREST Call '87 Chevy Derretta

-Smalliidg.In.urad.. aid. Guaranteed student loans. 1.778.7380.4tpd 10/1-10/22
18002828165. United Truck Master. uniiiiiiiiifFfmEXPLRIADViCE .New Home Windows 13513. IS $10,650
Resident Training: Tampa, Fla. Home Room Additions '87 Olds Delta 88 (l in stock)

1-800-330-8282 Office: Clearwater, Fla. fcan 87-397 ( .Carport .New Painting Roof Systems $15,450. IS $12,550

Work .Vinyl Siding 15446. IS $11,950
Call Today! '87 Olds Cutlass wagon

David Lawson Paint & Body Shop 964.6766 $13,570. IS $9980.
-1985 Chadwick '87 Olds Toronado (la in .took

HOMES BEAUTIFUL 21054. IS $14,950
Insurance Collision Work Free EstimatesCR of North Florida B Mobile Home '87 Olds Clerra

Excellent Condition
229 NW 28th St. 964.6133 "N Corner Lafayette & Hwy. 301, Starke Was $13.900. IS $10,488

964=6366 St. Lic.# RR0052877 '86 bulck Skylark CS
1985 Redmon
Was 10520. IS $8450.

Doublewlde '86 Chevy C-10 Silverado

STARKE HOUSING CENTERThis Mobile Home PW PL. V-8 AT Air $9900.

Weeks Special ,' Durrance Pump & Supply Excellent Condition '87 Chevy O-2O Deauvllle

'85 Hx60 $300 down $166 mo. U.S. 301 North, 864 N. Temple Ave., Starke a IS $15,950

*Pumps *Well 1984 Brigadier '85 Chevy S-1O Tahoo
2 BR Slnglewide $300 down $136 mo. plumbing Drilling V-6 AT $7500.

Nice Doublewlde $500 down $J 67 mo. Singlewide '85 C-10 Silverado

'86 3 BR, 2 Bath, fireplace, $300 Down $216 mo. 964-7061 Mobile Home V-8. AC. AT PW PL, $9450.

Excellent Condition '85 Chevy Suburban

Big Selection of Reconditioned Mobile Homes Financing Avallabl. 6.2 Dtc.eI.Towtngpkg. $11,500.
Include Sot-Up Tax Tide.Home Owners Insurance
All Mobile Homes : Delivery
Located on US 3011 Mile S. of Starke D 0 0 0 For Qualified Applicant. 3 additional trucks
All Bids Considered '85 Toyota King Cab $6450.

964-4174 ALL FREE ESTIMATES AND If Interested. Call '86 Izuzu Space Cab

of (314.1443 or home: 485-1556) REPAIRS ORIAN WELLS


Appointment/ To See HWY. 301 N. Starke

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FOR RENT by the nlaht. week or month 2 and 3 BR Apt. Now Available
2 BR from 180.274 plus utilities. 3 BR from $200-$302
o j n nk no Central heat/air and appliances furnished

J\- 1530 West Madison St. or call 7446312I Cycle Repair Parts a AccessoriesUS

I Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Equal Housing Opportunity
301 N. Starke 9645805I'

Sport talrlngs KIWI helmets
I"I"e: _. ,
$45.50 full face air vents

Elixson Wood Products, Inc. $59.50
Chain Lube

Cypress Mulch and Pine BarkYou $2.50 Carlisle TIRES 15 YRS. EXPERIENCE

13090.16 $59.95 Cylinder Boring

Pickup or We Deliver Face Shields Continental Tires $20.00

0 I We Also Have 2.50 130-90-11 ATV & 4 Wheeler

Walnut Street :''r!. Orb 00 Red Heart Cypress Lumber I oil$1.99 Filters 9,9-,, repairs

across from post orfle Stark V'. 964-6649 I Axx.Ti.Dowris10,50 Tune-Ups

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CHRISTMAS TREESi Beautiful Virginia PIGANTIC GARAGE SALT Fri < Sat., FRIDAY ft. SATURDAY, 8.3 p.m. 1 mil*' CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted CAREER OPPORTUNITY for sewing CO'S CHECK US OUT! Clean rental
Pin., for wholesale by the hundreds. Oct. 9.10 In Brook.r across from Post West of 301, Hwy. 18. Plenty of |unk. to the Union County Time office machine operator Offer 2 weeks paid home tailored to schedule.
All or. 5 to 8 ft. Elba, Alabama (SE Office. Furnltur., gas stoves, Itpd 10/8 In writing and paid In advance vacation. Insurance plan 3 paid PINES SR121, just your south pay of SRI00 In
Ala.) 205.891.5157.fcan 87.392 household Items, clothes, etc, 10/1 YARD SALIi Antique and crafts kitchen unless credit I I. already establishedwith holidays and profit sharing. Experiencehelpful lake Butler. Call 4962366. tfn/chg.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS! A* Iowa. 2tpd 10/8 love, microwave, 15' aluminum this oHlce. but not necessary. We will 5/21
$14.99 per month. Call 964-6946. tfn GIANT YARD SALE Fri*Sat. from 8 a.m. fishing boat with motor, 6 hp Mercury THI TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD train. Apply In person, Lake Butler Apparel OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. until. 10/9-10, Inside and out. Ralford, a trailer; 72 VW t-bucket dune buggy, RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Hn-8/13 located In Union County Times Buildingat
Measures 24x36", 25 cents each. Great follow 16 from Stark. through Fla. furniture many other Items. Thursdaythru CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER THE TOWN OF RAIFORD IS TAKING APPLICATIONS 150 West Main. Call 496-2261, for
for patching and repair TELEGRAPH, State Prison, about 2 block from 121 Sunday. 964-5397. US 301 to 16 THI TELEPHONE. FOR THE POSITION OF more Information. tfn
135 W. Call St. 9646305. on I.ft. Ac. Road, follow lgns. Pat & toward State Prison go 3 miles to 233 Classified deadline I I. TUESDAY, CLERK. Resumes must be received by CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN I Nicely fur-
ALICIA HAYi n.w hay, $25. Delivery N.II Dickens, 431-1200. Lots of baby ft Morgan Church Rd., turn left go 3 NOON, prior to Thursday publication. October 13. Send to Box 357, Raiford, nlshed, all electric, central heat and
avallobl. All hay In barn. 7 miles West children clothes, all sizes, also all miles to NW 55th Ave., turn left 1st Minimum charge Is i 15 words for$3.50 Fl. 32083. 9/17 4tchg. 10/8 air, private paved road laundry and
of Stark. on Rd. 16 Jimmy Gasklns. sixes adult cloth. Most or. Ilk. new, house on Uft. Itpd 10/8 then 15 cent for each word thereafter SALESMANSTOCKMANFull park playground. Near school, hasp.,
964.8356.8/27 TFchg lots of mlcellaneoud Item, exerciser, 3 FAMILY TAG SALE wallpaper He-m.n or part-time. Knowledge of auto state facilities, PINES SR-121, eat Lake
GAS STOVEi 36 Inch $75. Phon. giant collection of Barbie dolls, some toys, chest of drawers, cloth., many FOR SALE parts helpful. Good opportunity for Butler Call 4962366. Two childrenmax.
964.5684.9/24 TF n.w, some old, date to 1966, odds ft. ends. Frl ft Sat., 10.2, State Rd. retired person, correctional oflcer or .. and no pets, chg/tfn 5/21
LIMEROCK, FILL SANDi hauled and miscellaneous plumbing need Itchg 230 at Bridge, 2 miles from 301. Itpd STORAGE HOUSES Need extra high school student. Must have local BUSINESS OR OFFICE SPACE available on
spread. 782.3172, Allen Taylor, GETTING READY FOR CHRISTMAS! Sat.. 10/8 space? We have 5x10 and 10x10 storage mini telephone and reliable transportation. Main Street LB, phone 496-O077.tfn-8/6
lawtey. 9/24 TF Oct. 10, B a.m.tilT Lot of toy like new THURSDAY FRIDAY Oct. 8-9-Crlffls warehouses. Hale and Associates 19(6 TWO BEDROOM, 1 BATH MOBILE
PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: responsible condition, children and ladle cloth.., loop across 2nd RR crossing on curve. 4963939. tfnchrg-8/27 Apply In person Western Auto lake HOME Near school and prisons, nice
party to assume small month payments all .... 130 N. Cherry St. Itchg 10/8 Little bit of everything. Itpd 10/8 ANTENNA TOWERS repair and sale, Butler tfn/chg. 10/8 neighborhood. No pet. Call 4963760.
en piano. See locally. Call manag.r, YARD SALE truck cattle bodies LWB, FRIDAY SATURDAY Hwy. 100, approx. also satellite sale and service. Call NEED IAIYSITTER In my home for 2 Itchg. 10/8
618.234.1306 anytime. 9/24 3tpd 10/8 $150 each; 1970 Ford Galaxle 500, run 8 miles west of Starke or 5 miles East Don Wllkerson at 496-2282, for free children. 6A.M. to 4 P.M. Ralford area. THREE BEDROOM, I BATH HOUSE $250
NINE BEEHIVES with n.w queens. Best great, $600; 'furniture, make offer, of Lake Butler. Clothing from babies to estimate 10/1 3tcha. 10/15 431.1733 ask for Cindy. Call before 2 per month plus $50 security deposit
offer. 9647910. 9/24 4tchg 10/13 clothe, dishes, antiques, tool; wood adults, some furniture, tool., and LAKI BUTLERi Reduced for quick sale. 3 P.M. 10/8 Itchg.COMMERCIAL. 496-1373, evenings Itpd. 10/8
SEVERAL ITEMS sleeper sofa/table and heater $75. Look for sign In Lawtey many other Items. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Itpd BR,2 BA, CH8A. Large lot only$41,500 12' x 68' THREE BEDROOM MOBILE HOME
matching choir $650; baby b.d w/mot- C.R. Roller' house 7823969. Thurs. A 10/8 38000. Mathew Realty 9644469. PROPERTY Ideal for small family, large yard. $175
tress $125; Sears lOhp riding mower, Fri. Itpd 10/8 BIG YARD SALE: Thur., Fri., B Sat.Weston per month. 4962842. tja o 10/8
needs work or ports only, make off.r, FRIDAY SATURDAY North, left on 16 to 225 left '/. mile. Clothes and
964-4602 aft.r 5 p.m. 10/1 2tchg 10/8 Hammond Rd. Furniture, children lots of other Items. Itpd 10/8 LAND FOR SALE
HALF PRICEII Save 50% Best, large cloth., tools, lot of miscellaneous. MOVING SALE Oct. 10, 10 am.4 p.m. AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
flashing arrow sign $299. Lighted, non FOUR FAMILIES ITEMS Antiques, Some furniture, tools, dishes, electrical Located In Union County Times
arrow $2S9. Unlighted $249. Free let trinkets, and kids clothes tool 9 a.m.-5 appliances, etc 842 W. Lafayette 1.3.5 ACRE LOTS OR LARGER New River building. Call for Information.
t.r. See locally. Call today. Factory p.m.. Hampton lake Boat Ramp Rd., St. Itpd 108'GIGANTIC Plantation on SR-100 Pine Tree Estateson 4QA.99A1.. t4n_. -.. .
dlr.ct MOO-423-0163 anytime. Icon off Rd. 18 West off 301. Itpd 10/8 ; GARAGE SALE cloi..glrl. SR-18 near WS, Pine Tree Estates onUS JS*. '.
87-390 OARAGE SALEi Fri & Sat., Oct. 9.10, 25 size 12.14, juniors, size 9, ladles size -301 near Starke. Low down pay
SEVERAL ITEMS Dearborn gas heater, cat. automatic baby bed play pen, 1214. Ladles shoes. Misc. household m.nt, owner financing. Hale and Ice Cream SensationIt's
40.000 BTU; cloth. dryer; fat wood electric heater, 13" TV, car TV, sewing Items. Lawtey, corner of NW 57th Ave. Associate 496.3939 tfnchrg 9/3
stump. 9647425. Itpd 10/8 machine, carpet, sheets, bedspreads, ft 200-A, next to Tatum Sawmill. Saturday 10 ACRES of land In Union County. LouiseT.
LAWN MOWERi runs good, easy start. pots ft. pan., tab!. A chair., dlhe, Only! Itchg 10/8 Hilton. 496.3734.10/8 2tpd. 10/15
$40. 831 Cypress St.. 9648811. Itpd silverware. 1977 Maverick 6 cyl, AT, GARAGE SALE Inside, Fri ft Saturday. a snap to create homemade ice CRUNCHY PARFAITS
10/8 AC. 7 miles South of Starke on Rd. 100 739 S. Westmoreland, 9.3 p.m. Book., MISCELLANEOUS novelties, especially when 1V cups "M&M's" Peanut
CHEST FREEZER 15 cu. ft., Kenmore. left. Itpd 108HOUSEHOLD _.. washer, cloth. for baby, girls' or you use the ever-popular "M&M's" Chocolate Candies or V cup
good condition. $150. 4682897. 10/8 GOODSi clothing" adult. Itpd 10/8 Plain or Peanut Chocolate Candies. Plain Chocolate Candies
2tpd 10/15 On US 301 North, Hammond Rd., Friday FRIDAY SATURDAY a.m. to 12 noon. THE TOWN OF RAIFORD will be holding he. following recipes offer abeginning 1 quart favorite ice cream
25 ACRES OF HAYi 20 cents a bale, you and Saturday Oct. 9-10 9.5 p.m.ltchg 1316 W. Madison St. Itpd 10/8 qualifying for the offices of Mayor plus point! for creating ice Into alternate
cut. Heilbron Springs ar.a, Lon Seville. 10/8 SATURDAY. 10/3: 606 Bridges St.. across 5 council member on Saturday, Oc cream sensations. parfait
9648662. Itchg 10/8 from park. Children, men ladles tober 10, from 10 A.M. ro 2 P.M. at the candies and ice cream. Serve imme
SATURDAY, 10/1,9 am til. Ollns Trailer
Town Hall. Itchg. 108MOVING ICE CREAM CUPS diately. Makes about 6 servings.
REFRIGERATOR $150, Call 964-5363 Park, Morgan Rd. entrance. First roadon clothing, household Items fabric. Itpd
after 5 p.m. weekdays. Itchg 10/8 right, 2nd trailer on left. Misc. 10/8 1V4 cup.chopped "M&MV
ALICIA HAYi Fresh cut, $25 a roll. All Items. Itchg 10/8 GARAGE SALE Saturday, 10/10 8-4 SALE Plain Chocolate Candies
hay under barn. 7 miles from Starke on 3 FAMILY YARD SALEi Sat., 10/10, p.m. Household clothes, furniture ft 34! cup graham cracker
16 toward 964-6167 9am.2 Household items, clothes, misc. 1420 W. Pratt St. Itpd 10/8 crumbs
Hwy. prison. or p.m. SATURDAY OCTOBER 10th 8 A.M. to 2 COLORFUL ICE CREAM
782.3727.6/4tfn baby It.m., toy, furniture, hand-made ANIMALS & PETS P.M. Furniture, clothes, misc. Items. 3 tablespoons butter or SANDWICHESmargarine
burn.r country craft., woodwork., much SRI21 In Lacrosse. Next ot office melted
KITCHEN ITEMS: electric range, 4 post ,
double oven; also Magic Ch.f, more 6 mile West on Brownlee Rd., FOR SALE 1 Itchg. 108SATURDAY. V4, gallon favorite flavor ice Vt cup margarine i or butter, ,
automatic temperature microwave, |lust before Intersection of Baytes Hwy OCTOBER 10th Next door to cream, softened softened
excellent condition. T.H. Bement, 1221 ft Brownlee Rd. 9647366. Itchg 10/8 FREE KITTENS to good home. 911 W. Clark's Grocery on SR231, south of Place candies in shallow V cup peanut butter "
Bradford St. Call b.tw..n 12.2 and 6.1 0p.m. 2 FAMILIES SALE: Saturday 8 til?Cloth.., Pratt St.. 9644288. 10/1 3tchg 10/15 Lake Butler Itpd. 10/8 freeze. Combine! graham cracker pun; 1'A cup light brown sugar ]
'Itchg 108LAYAWAY all sizes, roto-tlller, oil furnace with BABY COCKATEILS hand-fed. Ready for 1 egg :
crumbs and butter. Press into
tank, household Items. 145 N. 1 vanillas
OrangeSt. your home. 4311106. 10/8 2tpd 10/15 teaspoon
SEPTIC TANK SERVICE sixteen lined muffin
Itpd 10/8 cupcake-paper flour
LHASA-APSO PUPPY AKC registered, : cups all-purpose
FOUR FAMILIES Frl A Sat. Linens, mole puppy, 7 weeks old, $200. tins; chill 30 minutes. Quickly stir 1 teaspoon baking soda
housewares, family clothing, part for 4962625. Itcha 10/8 BRINCE JONES AND O.D. REWIS SEPTIC frozen candies into ice cream; scoop Vt teaspoon salt
'71 Datsun 1200. Give a look. Corner TANK SERVICE Septic tanks, drain into prepared; muffin pans. Loosely V* cup'"M&MV Plain
Morgan Rd. Hwy 233 and 229A. Itpd fields, lift stations, light poles and cover with foil and freeze until firm, Chocolate Candies
FOR CHRISTMAS I s T.H.E. Apartments wells. (Package Deal). Call 275-2268 or about 6 hours. Serve if desired 3 pints favorite flavor ice
This 2 BR, 1 bath cottage is 275.2197.9/3 I3tpd. 11/26 with: chocolate sauce. Makes 16 cream
922 E. Brownlee St.
FOR servings.Beat.
close to Kingsley Lake on a RENT .

beautiful, shaded lot. Call today 1200 Sq. Ft. Bldg. 2&3 BR'sAvailable WATER PUMP together margarine, peanut butter and sugar until light and fluffy;

) $25,000. Ideal for Repair Shop WATER PUMPS WATER PUMPS blend in egg and vanilla. Add combined flour, baking soda and salt; mix
PUMPS WATER well. Stir in "M&M's" Plain Chocolate Candies. Shape dough to form 1V4-
GIANT ECONOMY SIZE per monthAt Low Income We repair all makes and models of inch balls. Place on lightly greased cookie sheet about 3 inches apart;
Over 2000 s.f. of living area Rear of water pumps. Sales and service on flatten each cookie to '4-inch thickness. Sprinkle if desired, with
Housing Goulds and Sta-Rite Call Dor- additional candies. Bake at 3[,() for 10 minutes or until edges are lightly
in this 3 BR. 2 Ba home Mosley Tire Co. pumps.
man Well and Septic Tanks, Inc. 9/24 browned. Remove to wire rack to cool completely. For each ice cream
CH&A, solar water heater On US 301 South 964-7133 @ 4t/cha. 10/15 sandwich, spread a scant 'Vt cup ice cream onto bottom of a cookie. Top
l paved circle drive, plus more. See Lynn atLynn' with second cookie; pressing( together lightly Wrap individually in foil; '"
I Owner financing, $65,000. EQUAL HOUSING MOBILE HOMES freeze. Makes about 11 sandwiches.
Body Shopor FOR SALE

18 ACRES call McDougoll_

PRICED RIGHT I 12'. *5' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom, 1
1-904-786-8989 [
1 1/2 bath, central heat and air. Must
Great location in the coun- i
see to appreciate. $6,000. Call
try. Close to Florahome. Pro- 4960071. tfn/chg. 3/19 Year End Closeout ;
perty can be divided. Owner SEVERAL TWO BEDROOM mobile homes
Train to be at for tale or rent. Also lots for sate. Hale
financing. 26000.
CommercialBuilding and Associate 4963939. tfnchrg 9/3
'Itchg 10/. LIKE NEW -1984 THREE BEDROOM, 2 Sale
$14,700, financed $12.700 cash. Mac
Keystone Hgts Douglas Sr. 496.1307.10/8 tfn/chg.
in Starke MOBILE HOME FOR SALE Repossed No
475-2272 G'Ville28213OO I tart uca y tuitm. partlimaTrsln Down Payment owner financed. Call

... Jax'o 1725 sq. ft. on Ilv.airline computers. 4963715. Sid' Mobile Home Park. ......
36000.00 enudyandreldenttraining. i| Itpd. 10/8
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9648629after plaumenI wiatancs.Nsllanslheadquart.rs. INSURANCEMAINES Best Boat bargains of the year
.Llghthowe Point,FLA.C.T.

6:30 pm Travel School INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E. VJPB HS-90 Bassboit. 15.4'Baasboat.! 85 lIP Tilt &Trim
RPAI Cn REAL RS ACCREDITED MEMBER NH.S.C. Main Street, Lake Butler, 4963978.
Complete Insurance Service. 4/10 tfn Motor-guide trolling motor Super 60 depth finder.
:11 / / Trailer, prop,batteries, rigged & ready a 57,500.

18' Center console 125 111' tilt &trim.Calv. drive-on

: Opening Nov. 1st LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTSNow 6 trailer, loaded ready to fish. $9,995.

18' Center cOWlOlc w/Collv. drive-on trailer. a $6.995.ALUMACRAFT. .
Pleasant Valley Care Center taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units. These all

electric units are spacious with lots of closet space and all have Drop
905 W. Madison St. wall-to-wall carpeting draperies and kitchen appliances. Onsite -

A state licensed adult congregate living laundry facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified '87 Maverick 16.4 Bassboat. 2 to choose from. Prices

tart at S5.995.
facility. Trained staff and 24 hr. applicants. For application and Information

supervision. High level of attention & care to Please see us at @ '87 Super hawk ((1)) only! ; 40 lIP TM, Battery, drive-on
1005 SW 6th Street trailer, rigged. 1,895..
all. Family atmosphere geared toward home
Lak. Butler FL 32054 E4ue1OrCall.6.31..1 -....
living. Visitors welcome. as.e=swnr STOTTCRAFT '87 Y-154 Basxboat.!! 70 lIP Tilt & Trim, rigged& ready
tofi.hlony( ) 37,395.

Oct. Office Hours: 9-5 BAJA- '86 16i Sunsport Ski boat 70 IIP tilt & trim,Drive-on

MAINES REAL ESTATE trailer, rigged 58.495.

I 964-4546 Nights 964-6743 25 East Main 142 Predator Basaboat((3)) to choose from, fully rigged.

Lake Butler, FL 32054 AGGRESSOR Prices start at S5.295.
... ,,,,.

Harriott Moines Realtor 155 Itau Champ((1)) only.Fully rigged 45 IIP.trailer.

496-3978 Trolling motor battery. 6195.

\ YES OOkI '88 172 Magnum 150 Suzuki drive-on trailer, trolling
boo WORTHINGTON SPRINGS motor battery rigged boat show demo. $10,995.
YOU CAN BUY e3 BR/1 BA HOMEon nice shaded corner lot. Detached garage, carport,
workshop. $46.950. With furniture, $33.300. STARLBVE -
170 I/O 3.0 litre, trailer loaded S8.995.
MOBIH HOMI AND LOT for rent. $200.
f -3 BR, 2 .. mobile horn on 2 acres of land. Central heat A air $35,900.

eTWO 1 BR HOUSES for rent.
I NO CREDIT I IIf It eTWO 2 BR MOBILE HOMES for rent.Opening .

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i. LITTLE or NO CREDIT I can put you In a new car or Soon TACKLE & MARINE

,f' truck I
r Forest Park Apartments

Call Danny Nugent Attractive 1 &2 BR/1 B Apts., range, :

r 376-7581 refrigerator, carpet, cent heat & air, ;; "s"'. S S

,. Home 964-4934 patio and laundry. Rents from $180. -

$220. min. 775 NE 1st St. Lake Butler r' 3070 Blanding Blvd., Middleburg. Florida 32068

Gary Massey Chevrolet For Information/application: (One mile south of Middleburg on IIwy 21))
Tropical Property Management Inc.
2600 N. Main St.
Galn..vllU, Fla. 1021 NW 40th Dr. Gainesville Fl 32606 Phone: (904) 282-3115 or 282-3116

t4 (904)372-8327 E.H.O.

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Page 12 SECTION October 8,1887 i .

1\f\ Williams Jewelry Store Robber Gets Six Year SentenceAn ; I


I I Orange Park man was sentenced "You're perfect example"of the Bradford Square last June. They All the suspects in the robberywere pending robbery eta liquor store, planned the robbery baa charges;
to six years in prison followed by effects cocaine can have on a life made away with approximately later arrested but some of the he also faces the Bradford charge. pending against him. ,
i, I ten years probation for robbing aI Circuit Judge Osee Fagan to'l'; $80,000 in Jewelry, Including gold jewelry is,still missing. Webb's girlfriend Sandra Joyce Roboch was released Monday
I Starke jewelry store, Roboch."When possessed by that chains diamond rings (men ami Buchanan charged with accessory after his sentencing Bradford Circuit
demon cocaine' people commit women's) and a small amount of Roboch's accomplice Jack Lee after the fact is awaiting disposition. Court to Clay County where a
Steven Charles Roboch 35. said many kinds_of wrongs Fagan said. .cash. Webb is In Bradford County Jailawaiting Buchanan also has been charged: by charge of violation of probation for
i cocaine addition had ruined his life disposition. Webb's wife Clay County aggravated assault is pending
Susan Diane Buchanan Webb against him.After sentencing he will
and his career and only drug use Roboch's share of the jewels was charged with accessary after the Boris Sebastian'Bass' Coleman of be taken to prison for the Bradford
would have made him consider
an Judge Fagan said he hopes recovered after a deputy found
fact who authorities County charge.
pled Jacksonville say
act like Roboch said the guiltand was placed on ,
robbery. Roboch will spread that message but Roboch trespassing in woodbine
I gun he held on two store clerks was he said Roboch Is responsible for the Ga. three days after the robbery.He rs,
not loaded. Since serving In Viet crime and will be punished, was arrested on cocaine charges and Richard Alan 'Rick' Webb the
: nam he said "I couldn't walk Roboch was one of two armed men Starke police were notified after the driver of the get-a-way car is in

i I I; anywhere"--with a loaded gun.'-" who robbed Williams Jewelry at .1 jewelry was found in his car. _Clay County Jail where charges are --

Man Gets 4 Years SHOP EQUIPMENT .at.

I -=-- Radial XL Multi Milo Whitewall '

For Buying CocaineA k.kj; uJu P133 8OR-13 . . . . . . I '3O.OO

P165 MR.13 . . . . . . -W.OOP193 ; ..

former Starke resident 73R-14 . . . . . . *37.OO :
was TiUman was arrested April 22 WI WILL SILL THI FO 1FMOPCMTV AT AUCTION ONI .
sentenced Oct. 2 in federal court to after buying the kilogram of cocainein Lakeside Community Center Wednesday P205 75R-14 . . . . . . '39.00 I
four years in prison for a cocaine Jacksonville and was orginially P20S 73R-13 . . . . . . '42.00
conviction that resulted from a sting charged with conspiracy to ,,,A Off North Lake Ave. October 14th P223 73R.1S . . . . . . '4 .OO .

i, Florida operation run by the FBI and distribute cocaine as well as posses- 01On Lake St. 7:00 P.M. ? ,' P233 73R-1S . . . . . . '43.OQ. I
drug agents. sion with Intent to distribute. The MLL Lake Butler Florida I
Richard E. TiUman, of Jacksonville first charge was dropped in exchange '
former owner/operator of a for a guilty plea to posses- Y AUCTIONEERS NOTE MULTI MILE TRUCK TIRES
seafood restaurantfor a brief period sion with intent to distribute. _____w__d',_ ..........--- GLASS BELTED GRAN PRIX RVS
n.o. w.N-akauW
several and
years ago a bar-b-que .... ......... rr Wei l..lll Illa 1..ITo.L.JW P195-75B14 . . '29.00
11. -- aa ,.Trnv- 31x10.30x15 . '60.001
restaurant both on US-301 south in .... .. .
In July Tillman pled guilty to the M- -- a I.Y-- I
Starke,was charged with possessionof charge. The arrest and I __.w.aIrr.ar... .__ ..U.w.aaNtlaaran., P205-75B14 . . '32.00 I 31x11.50x15 . '67.00'
cocaine after walking out of a possession :,:-IoY W .--.--- f: =' f/T. P215-75B14 . .. '33.00
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conviction of Tillman is part of an __. __ now M1/.111 .Y NJ 33x12.30x15 . 78.00
house where he allegedly bought the ongoing series of investigation of ., -__.... a.. ,'.'-N./.w- f..MwwA rerraw0 P205-75B1S . . '31.00 '
drug from undercover T.. '_ Ilbl, a wir l.rJ..a ,._/lr 9 x 15 LT . . . .59.00.
an agent according drug sales in Northeast Florida being I. ....,,_.JO all /IT..Jra r.TrrIllanTaa P225.75B15.35.00P235.75315 -

,I Florida Department to Steve Alford of Law of En the conducted by the FBI and .0.a..a,......c__Y..w.J.l..a.wMNW NMI_ ". N.I Ins...T..or._.-r.Jrw_-....., 'II.1 C._...4wll..alt.nl__ H. . '3SJO ?'4.00 Extra to Balance Ire j
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AI Douglas Bulloch was McIntosh 20, was arrested Tw .,
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4 arrested Sept. 24 for possession of Sept. 28 for DWLS accordingto a c, ,. o'M'. C W ,PJ to W. C. Bond S1 "c_ :0..0. 6.1jifIi'M)] t'N1\\!
cannabis, according Lt. Greg Sgt. Reno. was set at a.-:: MMMMa. !
Nichols. Bulloch was arrested after $101.25 he was released on his own ....,_.=a..N N I..,Vw IT.b.Llo1_ :::'-.=.-::w ,:=:::=:. We..
he was seen running into the woods recognizance. .a f l IM MCttlUfAITIHHt 100..--- M..LnaM.n1.NwII 'R.kulldCarkuraon
behind US-301 south. A : I w IpaCwnw
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shotgun Bulloch has been carryingwas CX,ME EARLVI BfllNO' FAMIIV' =wC.a=.i, Ia.Twn......._wrwaWlr..... 'DoTun..Upa'Compl.t. COKBETT'STire
found in the woods. Bond was Benjamin Franklin Allen 76. was fKIENM'IVEBYOME WFLCOMV q.n M w.an.r .front and

set at $500, he remains in custody.Ike arrested Sept.20 for DIM,accordingto Ml a *Aa..M HOUNCIHIHT U4k.f Ml MM*.M4.>..MV...MM TAM Mm_mum C..IOC._._Own.mmTIB...w..k. MATIMM.D a... Alignment I & Servic
Patrolman Mack Short. He was Steam CleantnglneiMS.OO

Pernell, 18,was arrested Sept. released after a $362 surety bond lyBALIAUCTION..YJ.cSS....(TOM U.S. 301 Temple Ave.
.: 24 for trespassing on school ground was posted. '"'LI..N.ILOIIIIM..al. Torn ......., 964-6436
r threating a public servant according Drum Rotor.
I to Patrolman Kathy Mercer. Lloyd Dale FOrd 20, of Union
Bond was set at $1,157.50 he was County was arrested Sept. 25 for no ..
released on his own recognizance. valid driver's license according to -

Patrolman Gerald Hayes. Bond was I
set at$101.25. He was released on his
Traffic own recognizance.Isaac .
4 George William Hendrickson, 37, eI
r was arrested Oct. 2 for driving while Bill Simmons 56, was arrested -
, license suspended (DWLS), accor- Sept. 26 for DWLS accordingto
ding to Trooper Donald Dean. He SGt.Reno. Bond was set at$210.
was released after a $210 cash bond C
was posted. Jeffrey A. Amstutz, 28, of Lake
Panasoffke was arrested Oct. 5 for
I Pecho Torres Cruz, 20, was arrested DWLS according to Trooper Dean.
I Sept. 24 for driving under Influence He was released after a $210 cash
(DUD, according to bond was posted.DENMARK .
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