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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 15, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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AARP Meets Oct. 15...

\The regular monthly meeting of Almost Clean

the Bradford Chapter AARP is set

at noon today (Thursday, Oct. 15) p'l
in the Senior Citizen Center on
Grant Street behind the county
courthouse.A At Landfill
traveling slide show will be

presented.Sandwiches.
will be served. The four test walls at the county separating and recycling solid
Everyone is invited to attend. landfill were tested and came out waste, which county officials would
almost clean of contamination,commissioners like to do.
BHS Alumni... were told Tuesday night, A sixth convenience center is to be
Oct. 13 Solid Waste Supervisor installed at the main SR-100 landfill.A .
The BUS Alumni Association will by
Neal. 20 cubic yard open top container
Darreii 0
meet today (Thursday Oct. 15) in ,
,
It means the county won't have to will be placed outside the landfill
the Family Restaurant. l l r i hundreds of thousands of dollars gate near SR-100 for household gar-
Board of directors, 6:30 p.m. fl h pay to "clean or decontaminate the bage. That will cut down on traffic

General meeting, 7 p.m. I, I IP main landfill up", some 25 acres, on into the main landfill, says O'Neal.

i BHS T-Shirts... SR-loo a few miles west of Keystone Also,the main landfill will be open
from 8 a.m. to 5 seven days
Heights. It was one of the best bits of p.m. per
The BHS Alumni Association will news the money-pinched commis- week. That will cut down on stag-
be selling T-shirts at the High e sioners had heard lately. gered hours and overtime, O'Neal
School ( Oct. 15)) n \
today Thursday a said.DER
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plus Oct. 16, 19, and 20 during lunch : inspected the main landfill
periods.The to br m, Time Changes... this past week and "...got on us

class year will be printed on .. .. The county five garbage drops, or good O'Neal told the commis-
the T-shirt at no extra charge. (.. convenience centers, as Darrell sioners, who agreed to the terms for
t 'S'ot O'Neal likes to call them, will be cleaning up the landfill, including

? ... open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on cer- joining with Union County to buy an
Jor:
; .' tain days of the week. The times will $8,000 tire splitter. A split tire will
Class of '87... ..\ ; be staggered so that some garbage stay in the ground and the pile can
If have not picked I ;:.. drop places will be open at any given be buried much more compactly.
you up your day, including Saturdays and Sun- O'Neal said DER has ordered the
glasses or books
prom memory to clean the landfill by
days.O'Neal county up
from the 1987
please
prom pick 1 returned Nov. 10 including removal of white
them by Oct. 16. .,..: .1.l just parttimeafter ,
:
up I back the goods (appliances) and tires.A .
i surgery previous
Any left after Oct. 16 will be soldon
a first come basis. See Coach \1 week, told commissioners there has plan for closure of the main .
+ z ( been a good bit of positive feedback landfill, which has but a year or two "
Slater, Room 501, BHS. + wr rr
r. from the public after an advertise- of life remaining, must be completedby

Gator Boosters... ment in the Oct. 8 edition of the The Dec. 10, said O'Neal.
Telegraph.The The board also agreed with
The Starke Gator QuarterbackClub change was made so the five O'Neal's suggestion to employ,on an
is set to meet tonight (Thurs- ( i sites can be manned, an effort to hourly basis, an engineer to represent -
day, Oct. 15) at the Starke Golf & eliminate trash being piled aroundthe Bradford County in deciding
Country Club. dumping centers. which course is best to take in
Social hour: 6:30: p.m. Covered O'Neal said so much trash was disposing of solid waste. The
dish dinner and meeting at 7 p.m.A dumped around the collection sites engineering firm Camp, Dresser
member of the Gator coaching that DER required the grounds and McKee is recommending a three
staff will be the guest speaker. 1"t around the collection centers to be landfill structure, with Bradford,
cleaned. Once they were cleaned up, Union, Gilchrist, and Alachua Coun-
Seminole Boosters... the county hired workers to man the ties putting a new landfill

A meeting of the Bradford-Union collection sites and keep things somewhere in the northwest wooded
cleaned up.O'Neal section of Alachua County. The remaining -
Seminole Boosters is set at 7 p.m.
asked, and the commissioners nine counties in the consor-
today (Thursday, Oct. 15) at

WPXE Radio .Station on SR-100. . ,, ,_ ,......_.. 'J, 'T agreed to pay a person to tium will build twaother.landfWs,
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.
.-- 'eastr; -- --- -->'- -*.. ..- ,- .-- ... -- < catch.*illegal dumpers and bring according to the recommendation.
Guest will be Sam charges through the state attorney's Commissioners agreed they fear
speaker
Kouvaris, Channel 4 sports anchor. Queen Candidates... office. being overshadowed by larger coun-
Another reason for manning the ties and it would be good to have
Dinner will be served.Appreciation One of these pretty Bradford High senior coeds The candidates are (I-r): At bottomMarilyn drops is that household garbage is somebody qualified to evaluate the

will be the 1987 homecoming queen. McGee, Jennie Woods Allyson Thompson. Above- being separated from yard trash and plans from Bradford County's stand. ,
Dinner There are six candidates, instead of five, because Tamara Sapp, Carla McCutchen, Mindy Mersey metal. It is a preliminary step to point.
Set at Whitehead of a tie vote. i

Farm for Grant '

There will be an Appreciation Fall Football Queen Candidates = Homecoming II
Dinner held in honor of Con- ,
gressman Bill Grant at John ,

Whitehead's farm in Union County, ladies. The auction is set for Friday, There will be one prize for each
following the University of Florida Bradford High students are going Homecoming Queen... Tornado Whirl... Oct. 16. Proceeds go to the Junior lunch period.I .
Homecoming Game, to be held on back to medieval times with a "Tornadoes One of six BHS senior coeds will be Skits for Tornado Whirl will be Class. Squires will accompany their Hate Ladies Day: Boys will buyas
Saturday, October 17th. in Camelot" theme for the crowned homecoming queen as the judged on consistency with the knights or ladies throughout their many swords as they desire. If a
There will be live music with din- 1987 homecoming set next Thursdayand highlight of Tornado Whirl. theme, orgmality, spirit, plot, clan respective classes, performing any girl can get a boy with a garland to
ner to begin at 6 P.M. Friday, Oct. 2223. The six candidates are: Mindy ty of voices, visual appeal, coordination tasks asked of them, excluding talk to her, she gets one garland.
This dinner is being given by the It is traditionally one of the busiest Hersey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and limited to 5-10 minutes homework. For example: squires Winner of the most garlands is
friends of Congressman Bill Grant weeks in the school year, with Elbert Hersey of Starke; Carla Mc- each. could be required to address their declared "Miss Irresistable" and
and the public is invited to attend. students planning skits for Tornado Cutchen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. The homecoming queen can- lady or knight as "Sir" or "Lady." wins to tickets to the homecominggame.
Whirl set at 7 p.m. Thursday night, L.C. McCutchen of Starke; Marilyn didates and class princesses will be .
floats for the homecoming introduced.Ms. I Hate Knights Day: Girls buy as
Homecoming Reunion..,. decorating McGee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday, Oct. 21:
next Friday, Smith admission many garlands as they want and if a
parade at 1 says may
p.m. Tamara will
Bert McGee of Starke; Feast of the Knights: A picnic
Bradford
The Class of 1961 of boy perchance a girls with a
gets
the
and the Friday, 8 p.m homecoming of Mr. and Mrs. have to be increased to cover t 1
High School is sponsoring a Sapp, daughter and garland to talk to him, the girl must be held within the Royal
football game against Keystone cost of the lights loudspeaker. fieldotherwise 1
homecoming reunion for all James Sapp of Lawtey; Allyson give him one garland. The Ikguy located beside the jousting
1956 High. Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Parade Route... ( known as the grassy area
classes through
graduates in with the most garlands is entitled
week will havea
Plus,eaclfday next Mrs. Don Thomspon of Starke, and Friday afternoon, behind the library). Bring your
1965 at the Starke Golf & Country at BHS. Set at 1 p.m. "Mrs. Irresistaole" and given two
and
Club immediately following the special theme actvity students Jennie Woods, daughter of Mr. and Oct. 22, the homecoming parade will tickets to the homecoming game. blankets and a bag lunch and be
19 the can
Oct.
Monday ,
Mrs. Robert Woods of Kingsley Street beside prepared for a valiant tricycle joust.
homecoming game Friday, Oct. 23. hire and is"I Hate Knights"day begin on Washington Castle decorations: Class
a
squire
Lake. school, proceed west to Medieval Dress Day: Come at-
the high hallways, magically transformed by
Stadium RR's... and hallways will be decoratedas there Election for homecoming queen is Orange Street, turn left onto OrangeSt. faeries and elves of each class the tired in your most royal costumes.Friday .
castles. Tuesday Oct. 20, *
set Tuesday, Oct. 20,and the results Call Street, turn left onto Call Oct. 23
and to eve before, will be judged prior to :
build additional will be Merlin's Hunt
made to Scavenger
Plans are being will be kept secret until the queen'scrowning Street and proceed east to US-301, school. Hall decorations will remainup Medieval Faire: School clubs will
facilities at the "I Hate Ladies" day. A picnic, Feastof
rest room at Tornado Whirl. and
will turn north on US-301 pro- all week. have various booths set up and mud-
field is set Wednesday,
the the ,
athletic Knights
Bradford on
High
northward to BHS. will be the highlight of the
back wrestling
ceed
Run-off elections are set today
Club Oct. 21. Thursday Oct. 22, is
west side of the All-Sports
Medieval Dress day. A Medieval (Thursday, Oct. 15)) for class Tuesday, Oct. 20: faire, set Immediately following the
stand.
The 5 Days... Merlin's Scavenger Hunt: BeginnIng homecoming parade.
deductible Fair is set Oct. 23 and is princesses. The candidates are-
Contributions, tax are Friday, ,
with first lunch a list of items Spirit Day: Show support and
and also juniors: Susan Peugh, Jill Monday. Oct. 19: your
requested from past alumni "spirit day" Seniors will be acu- will be strewn behind the cafeteria. loyalty for hard-working foot-
Strickland sophomores: Shari Hire a Squire: your
others interested. Checks should be The Student Council is in charge of ; ,
bidder as The finding the most items ball team by wearing the school col-
the
Student Council Bass, Sarah Douglas; freshmen: Honed off to highest person
School 581
Bradford homecoming.
made High spon-
to
N. Temple Ave., Starke, FL 32091, sor is Ms. Wanda Smith. Ginger Adams Renee McCarthy. squires, attendants to knights and will receive a cash prize of |25. ors, scartgt89d jgr 9X
designating it must be used for the


rest Prin.For room John additional fund.Reddish info at, call BHS Asst., Reno Area Rezoning Review Set for Tuesday I,


964-6800. '-" the meeting of the a joint session, between the tive homes, mobile homes, abandoned -
attending
large tract was first made to the city porters members of the zoning board and city houses and run-down homes.In .
Art Festival... by Buster Rahn council by Ms. Janet Turner, assis- zoning board. Local Realtor in Ralph the commissioners, and the third will some places, houses are jammed -

The Starke Festival of the Arts is. BCT Staff WriterA tant zoning director, in early Bryan told, who the owns zoning property board his property be held Nov. 3, by the city commis- together on what appears to be 50
scheduled for October 24-25 on Jefferson second public hearing to con- August. Members of the council area, cannot be used under the existing sioners. The public is invited to at- ft.lots.Zoning board member Albert
Street beside the Starke sider rezoning some 370 acres in the voted 5-0 to pursue the matter,and it classification. tend the remaining two sessions. Lee Crosby opposes building on 50 ft.
northeast quadrant of Starke to was brought before the zoning boardat lots, even in mobile home approved i
Col-
Center of Santa Fe Community 24. Under current law, three public
mobile homes is scheduledOct. its regular meeting, Sept.
allow
lege. hearings are required, since a Since the rezoning was first proposed areas. ;
20 in city hall. Considerable opposition developedto the with vacant There will not be a final vote on the w I i
Applications are now being accepted governmental agency is making a large area no
a majorityof the plan, resulting in the zoningboard's the
The area encompasses issue Oct. 20. Following public
for artist entries. Deadlinefor for rezoning, rather than an lots, but containing attractive
of refusal to make a recom- request
section commissioners
the land in the Reno hearing Nov. 3, city
held the built homes has been deleted
artist applications is Aug. 28. individual. The first was by custom
town, and represents more than 5 mendation to the city commis- will vote to rezone or reject the pro-
Entertainment applications are zoning board Sept. 24. The second from the request. Other areas in the j
of the land area in the city. sioners. .
available For information now. call Nancee percent Recommendation to rezone the However, the plan also had sup public hearing will be held Oct.20,in Reno section have a mix of attrac- posal.Zoning

Clark or Carol Brown at 395-5159 In

Center Gainesville at 964.5382.Upcoming.or call. the SFCC Starke for Orange Street Shops Goes Before Council Tuesday I

o v side of Orange St.,creating the least ;
The request to rezone the strip facing draws decided to ask the city commissioners event a petitioner Is dissatisfied with commercial impact possible. .
... by Buster Rahn Orange St. has been before the to over-ride the zoning the decision rendered by the city Generally speaking, if petitioner I j

The following meetings are BCT Staff Writer city zoning board twice, and has board's decision. council, he may. apply to the courts is denied by the city council,he must I
scheduled by local governmental Belco Enterprises, owned by Guy been turned down both times. for relief. wait six months before filing a new I
and Tommy Andrews, will ask city Following the first meeting, the An- The city commissioners are required The rezoning effort is opposed by application for rezoning the same
agencies:
Bradford School Board: 7 p.m. council to rezone the west side of drews withdrew the request, in by law to review all findings residents of the area, who are concerned piece of property. With council approval
and before the city the zoning board, which can only with an increase in traffic,
between Madison St. by
Monday, Oct. 19, in Administration Orange St., going runoff.The the waiting period may be
council levels and water
N. Temple Avenue Lafayette St., from residential at that time. When it was make recommendations. The city noise waived for hardship and other
Building on
of
across from Bradford High School. (Rl-A) to light commercial (B2) at turned down by the zoning board for commissioners must formally reject Andrews plan to build a row reasons.
Starke Commission: regular its regular meeting Oct. 20. the second time, Sept. 24, the An- .or approve all zoning changes. In the small retail shops along the west i


third Tuesday Bradford Tuesday Oct.County 20.meeting.City Commission Hall.7:30 p.m.: Council Asked to Hurry and Ban Dog Pens Within City Limit .. I


at Special a p.m.meeting to make, Tuesday a final decisionon Oct. 20, Ms. Claire Capps told Starke com: anent has no objection to its location, dentfwKo has recently built a pen to dog nuisance problems and/or, penned sanitation or not, with,or- ment,meeting.and take action at a subsequent -

health insurance for county according to a local health official, hold 10 dogs.
missioners Oct. 6 that the city has no recommended sald"please hurryt"'
dinances. Schaefer Mrs. Capps
Mrs. Capps said she does not have
of said Ms.
employees.Bradford ordinance prohibiting the building Capps.
Zoning Board: 7 p.m. dog pens anywhere in town. a solution, but asked the council to handling the problem through son-. Buying and Selling...
Tuesday, Oct 27, In Starke city Ms. Capps said she has contactedthe Barking dogs are a nuisance, and take some action In the area of controlling Ing if possible. Clerk Tucker opened bids on

Health Department, but its only working dogs, such as hounds and dog pens.Commissioner. offered
hall.Starke wood wid the council will surplus property being by
said .
Schaefer the
Zoning Board: 7 bird accor- Mayor
p.m. interest in dog pens is sanitation. If a dogs, are hyperactive under advise- the
Thursday Oct. 29. pen Is kept clean, the Health Depart- ding to Ms. Cappe, In citing a rest- city of Gainesville handles barking take the Information city.




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PageZA TELEGRAPH October IS,1987



Worth meting Brad Carter Named SuperintendentOf


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Lancaster Correctional Institute

Annual Tea...

Bradford County Extension Buster Rahn 4 consecutive years. He attained his
Homemakers will hold their First by bacculaurate degree in criminologyin
Annual Tea on Thursday Oct. 22, BCT Staff Writer 3 years graduating from Florida
from 2 to .4 P.M. at the Agriculture Bradford County native Brad State University in Tallahassee in
Building on SR-301. north in Starke. Carter has been promoted to 1976. In 1982. Carter received his
Community residents are invited superintendent of Lancaster Correctional Master's degree in criminal justice
to drop in and find out about this Institution at Trenton. from Rollins College in Winter Park.
dynamic group of volunteer Carter began working in the field Supplementing his college work
leaders.At of corrections as a classification Carter has added a number of -
S P.M., members will plant a specialist in December 1976 at s'i seminars and studies to his resume,
tree at the Agriculture Building to Lawtey Correctional Institution,and in fields of labor relations, correctional
commemorate the Bicentennial of has progressed rapidly up the promotional management, recruitment of
the United States Constitution. The ladder to a top executive correctional employees and civil 0YsT FR
Tree Planting is part of a statewide position at age 32. liability for administrators.In .
project During the interim 11 years,
Extension Homemakers are Carter has held supervisory and administrative > addition to his duties with the
/
members of organized clubs spon- positions at four other Florida Department of Corrections,
sored by the County Extension Service correctional institutions throughoutthe Carter has served for the past three 'lI
through the auspices of the state. years as an accreditation consultantfor
United States Department of In 1978 Carter transferred to the American Correctional
Agriculture and the Florida Hillsborough Correctional Institu- Association,and has audited correctional
Cooperative Extension Service tion as a classification supervisor.. In facilities in three northern
headquartered at the University of 1980,he returned to Bradford Countyas states.
Florida. Leadership development an administrative assistant II at t Brad and his wife, Valerie Pabst R
programs are sponsored by the Florida State Prison. Carter's next -- Carter, were married in 1980 and
Florida Cooperative Extension Ser- tour of duty took nim to DeSoto Correctional Brad Carter have two sons: Matthew, 5, and
vice with an emphasis on Extension Institution for 3 years, as Austin, 2. The family will be moving
Promoted
Home Economics. an assistant superintendent. lo Superintendenttil from Avon Park to Trenton in the
U you are interested in starting a Transferring to Avon Park Correctional his recent promotion was announced near future. Valerie a native of
club in your neighborhood or wish Institution in 1986, Carter was by Richard Dugger, Jacksonville, graduated from BHS
to Join the club that is already in assistant superintendent for approx- secretary of corrections.
operation be sure to ask a member imately 90 days before assuming the Carter graduated from BHS in also.Brad's parents, Kitty and Maxie
dims your visit at the Tea. position of acting superintendent un- 1973,where he lettered In football for Carter, Jr., live on E. Call St.
tional programs and ac

tivities conducted by the FloridaCooperative .......

available to all Extension potential Service clienteleon are County May Choose Av Med HMO

a nondiscriminatory basis : A generous helping of delicious, fried oysters.
without regard to race sex, coloror
national origin.Support For Employee Health InsuranceA Served cocktail with french fries, cole slaw, hush puppies,

sauce. Enough

Group... health maintenance organization night included Commissioners coverage. There is no other first to please even giant- $3 79

Mrs. Betty Patrick of Starke is (HMO) for medical insurancewill Lawrence Mosley, Joe Riddick, and dollar charge. size appetite.
forming a support for be recommended to the Brad- E.L. (Nook) Norman, County Clerk
group
parents of the 400 special education ford County Commission a board Gib Brown, and CPA Pat Farn- But the patients must use a doctor
and hospital on the Av Med list.
students in Bradford schools. Oct.committee 13.The decided Tuesday night, sworth. SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY
Such a group would give parentsa Under the county's current health

sounding board an idea exchange commission will meet at 8 The county will save some$47,148, insurance policy with Principal AUYouCanEatCountryStyle
group and members could provide under its current of for Mutual the new name for Banker's
pm. Tuesday, Oct. 20, to make a policy ) paying
emotional support for each other. final decision on the health in- health insurance for its employees.The Life, county employee's monthly : Fish Dinner $3.99Dining
For more information, call Mrs. surance before the current policy ex- $47,148 figure is the difference of premium was$85 per month. Depen- Room Service Only
Patrick, 964-6349. pires Nov. 1. $120.29 for employee coverage and dent coverage cost$118.63 more per
the $81 charged by Av Med. County month.
The HMO the 100 county employees who take out dependent However, the county has submit-
Square Dance... employees will be covered by is Av coverage which they must pay ted claims exceeding the premiums MONDAY & TUESDAY
Med, the HMO which is a subsidiaryof themselves, will save $677 per year paid to Principal Mutual in the past
Plus Level square dance instruc- the Santa Fe Health Care the difference between $163.47 per year, and the premiums were going TVvo-Piece Fish Dinner $2.39Captain
tion is available each Tuesday in Systems. The HMO provides month charged by the least expen- to $120.63 per month for employee
the Kingsley Lake Civic Center medical care less expensively for sive mutual indemnity insurance coverage and $163.47 for dependent
from 8-10 p.m.l.with Ken Perez, both the employee and the county. company and the $107 per month coverage.
caller.For additional information The down side is the HMO restricts charged by Av Med.
call 9647955. patients to doctors who contract The Insurance Committee agreedto
with the HMO and to hospitals in the also keep providing $15,000 in life D'sA
organization, such as Bradford Under the HMO, a visit to the doc- insurance for all employees which 6
Hospital and Alachua General tor's office will cost $5, a semi- cost $5.25 per month. if the HMO
Find.
..
Hospital.Av Med patients will not be private hospital room will be paid does not offer a comparable price
Do know a child with a handicap able to use North Florida Regional for 100%, prescritpion drugs will for the life insurance, the committeewill great little seafood place.
'you. Hospital, for instance. cost $64 per year it will pay $30 for recommend letting Principal
Child Find is one part of the The committe meeting Tuesday emergency room use, $17 for vision Mutual keep the life insurance.
Florida Diagnostic and Learning
Resources System (FDLRS) that
lends support services to excep- Bro ker Receives Bids
tional student education programsin .

a six county area: Bradford,. .
.
Baker and Union Flagler Counties.;Putnam Johns,. For Paving Projectby APPRECIATION DINNER .:.

One function of Child Find is -
identification of potentially han-
Buster
Rahn
In its September meeting, the
dicapped preschool students and
BCT Staff Writer Brooker council agreed to allow the
the location of children and youth ForCongressman
Brooker Council Member A.B.
North Florida Council
Planning
between birth and 21 of age j Bill Grant
years condition Adams suggested the town council prepare its land use plan but failed
who may have a handicap
move ahead with
paving approx- to pass a supporting resolution. The
and are not receiving services. imately .5 mile of streets in the sub- resolution was passed during the
Some areas of handicapping conditions
division by advertising for bids. discussion.
Oct. 13 meeting without
may be speech language, Other council members agreed,
hearing vision, learning, behavioror and the clerk was instructed to WHERE Sheriff
: John
physical problems. advertise for bids for the paving, Whitehead'sFarm
U you know of a child who may with 4 inches of compacted rock, 1.5
Passed...
be handicapped. contact inches of asphalt, 20 feet wide. The Ordinance off Union
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FDLRS/Cluld Find at (904) 3288811in contract will require completion of Prior to the council meeting, the CR237C
Putnam County or write commissioners met in a public hear-
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the work within 90 days from the
FDLRS/Child Find P.O. Box 159, beginning date. The town hopes to ing to change the land use plan, and 7 mile E. of Lake Butler
Bostwick, FL 32007. pay for the work from current funds, pass an ordinace to rezone 3 lots
without a loan.Exempt owned by Ruey and Catherine
Tetstone, from single family WHEN : Saturday, Oct. 17

Garbage Fees... residence, to mobile home.

commercial firms from
empting
A call-in service to
assist morning senior citizens who are aloneis paying have garbage contracted collection with commercial fees if- WHAT: Meet Cong. Bill Grant I
they
offered by the Starke Police haulers and have Other Matters... ,
dumpster
a
Department, according. to Chief installed at the work site. Commercial The council agreed to: and. Eat chicken Pilau
Jimmy Bowen.To .
firms are charged $7 per month Purchase a battery charger for ,
become involved in the

program for collection. the fire department, but delayed
with the, a citizen Police Department is asked to hen Brooker garbage has an ordinance which buying 4 tires for the tank truck until B-B-Q & all the trimmings!
next
requires each water connection to be meeting.
call in before 10 a.m. each day.
collection fee. In Send Marshal Tommy Raulersonto
charged a garbage
After 10 a.m. the Police Dept. will order to exempt commercial firms talk to dog owners whose pets are THE PUBLIC IS INVITED
check on those citizens who have
of nuisance to
from paying the fee, the town must suspected being a
not called in. U there is no answer,
first the ordinance. neighbors.
a police officer will visit the revise Contact Electric concerning
Councilman George Pierce movedto Clay
residence. table the discussion of exemptionsuntil street lights that aren't functioning
Sponsored
Chief Bowen reminds the public by:
Blinn properly.
Attorney Roger can study
that the service is available.
Linda
Heard clerk
the ordinance and make a recommendation outgoing
for its revision. There Robinson say the insurance rating
was no opposition to exemptingthose has been dropped from 10 to 9. Friends of Cong. Grant
No Job, No Skill... commercial firms with con- Met Cheryl Cox, Brooker's new l
tract garbage haulers. clerk for the first time.
Job Corps-Training slots are Pierce also told the council the ..
available in health occupations park site cannot be utilized for an .c.
plumbing welding business- additional well,since there is one or
clerical auto mechanic and other more septic tanks within 250 feet of
skills for men and women ages 16 the property. He recommended the
through 21.Obtain city pull the casing of the well on the GEORGE
a GED earn spending old market property for inspection.If .
money and savings money and the casing is satisfactory install a
make a good life for yourself. submersible pump and use the well ROBERTS INSURANCEComplete
Room and board clothing for a back-up unit.
allowance, transportation, medical The council agreed with the proposal /Iff/ 1
and dental care will be provided.For ,and advised Pierce to proceed Insurance Service YOUR/ ependenl
more information visit the with the project.Resolution .
Job Service Office at 1430 South Insurance f.AGENT
First Street,Lake City or phone Passed...
Irene Pearce at 7523121. SCMVCS
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customers will be billed for long leaving telephone service in Starke,
distance calls made between June 15 Kingsley Lake and Lawtey being
and Sept. 20 on their October bills,it provided bv Centel.
was announced by Central
Telephone Company (Centel) of- Due to the delay in transferring
ficials. billing data, Centel .will permit
Customers have not been billed for customers to spread payments over
long distance charges since June 14 several months and has establisheda
due to the delay in transferring bill- special group of service representatives -
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Centel. need to make special payment ar
The billing was transferred to rangements. The special telephone
Straight A Students... Southern Bell as preliminary work number for residence and business
for the proposed acquisition of the customers is 5991818.
These first and second grade students at Starke Elementary made Gunter, Lanecla Williams Ty Bidwell Ulpll Patel Brandt Jone,Tiffany Starke, Kingsley Lake and Lawtey
straight A's on their report card for the first six weeks. Bailiff. Shameka Walker Erin Luke, Jenna Bryan. Shelley Karxzewski exchanges by Southern Bell. Details of the program were
From left to right on the back row: Morris Mahoney.Mathew Pusaterl. Nichole Miller Tina Padgett. Tasha Bennett, Henae Morgan Crystal Negotiations between the two outlined in a letter mailed Sept.28 to
Chris Cox. Brad Chapman Sekennla Bell Levi Arnold. Jay Wilkerson Melvin Kristen Wainwright, Shital Patel. Lorlane Curtner. Aaron Wood- compames, Centel and Southern, customers.!,
Michael Sutton Toni Lloyd Heather Jarvis Demetrlas Drlvas, Masey fin Jason Hutchison and Angel HunUlnger.
Stevens Will Hartley, Derrick Gaines. Jason Prevatt Mathew (Crews On the front row: Melissa Pusaterl. Rachel McQuaig. Morgan Fill
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social studies teacher are represented in a fair and impartial -
George Bowen was reappointed to a manner.
four year term on the State Education Bowen served a one year term in
Practices Commission by the 1986-87, reviewing over 100 cases in-
State Board of Education (state volving violations of the Code of
Cabinet) in Tallahassee. Ethics and the Principles of Professional -
Conduct governing holders of !
The Commission is charged with teacher certificates. Over the past FINAL WEEK OF OUR
overseeing state law governing the year, Bowen has served as presiding ,
conduct of teachers and school ad- and alternate officer during panel i ij. BIG
ministrators. There are 13 memberson hearings. FALL WINE FESTIVAL!
the Commission: 5 teachers, 5 ad- Bowen is a graduate of the University
ministrators, and 3 lay people, woof of Florida where received a
which have to be school Boartl : 'bachelor's degree in ,political. '"
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Bowen says he is pleased to have studies teacher for nine years at e
been reappointed to the Commissionthat Bradford Middle School, Bowen is sr
Is responsible for preserving the also president of the Bradford a a r
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integrity teaching profession. Education Association. Bowen's
Bowen believes his presence on the wife Donna Smith, is a 14 year .
commission will help insure that teacher at BMS, teaching Englishand j. Bowen t _
teachers who come before the board language arts. George ..
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The Starke Rotary Club has raised Central Florida counties, spoke at Powell said that 93 percent of all 1.75 LITER
$6,000, toward its goal of $18,000, to the club last week, saying that 270 children in the U.S. have been vac- RICAN it.2 01. j
assist Rotary International in its effort million children are afflicted with cinated against the disease, but 99
to eliminate polio around the this crippling disease at the present West Asia has only a 50 percent immunization ti wr I GIN
world by the year 2000. time,and 750 new cases are reported records, and in Africa -i ..1L"..
Otha Powell of Palatka, who is every day from all parts of the only one-third of the children have -
coordinating the drive: in eight North world. been vaccinated.

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Honored for Work
As Home EconomistDianne A Specialty Gift Shop

Douglas, extension home Our elves are busy getting the shop ready for our

economist for Bradford County, is SPECIAL EVENT on Oct. 29, 30 & 31st.
one of four area home economists
honored for their leadership So much new merchandise is arriving daily we can't 80 PROOF

development work with extension list it all. Come in for VODKA
homemakers.Ms. begin to soon a peek!
Douglas,along with Extension Watch for next weeks ad too. N LO I 1.75 LITER
Home Economics Agents Mary LADDER'S
Peters of Levy County, Meredith We appreciate your patronagel I1u4fi 1- st.zoe.9 SCOTCH '
Taylor "f Suwannee County and
Marilyn H. Wiser of Sumter County, rooeAd
were recognized as first place winners 'G JJ R.crA .r 0eA
by the association at its recentannual
meeting in Maitland, Fla.
The W.I.L.L. (Women in Local You are invited to attendA
Leadership! program was a collaborative
effort of home economicsin
Bradford, Levy, Sumter and
Service ATh
Suwannee Counties to regionally in- Special Anniversary 5 .
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program of Institute of Food and
Agriculture Sciences at the Univer- Honoring _
sity of Florida.
The series of five daylong .1 r
seminars focused on specific leader- Rev. Roman AlvarezOn
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If Your Children Complain, about 'Hardships'Just




Read Them the Story of Rebecca RosierWhen ,



Folks bathed in wooden troughs and
Rebecca Rosier died in 1961 at the John migrated to Florida from Georgiain buckets were fashioned from cypress

age of 100-plus, a lot of Bradford County search of better pasture land for his knees. Corn was ground in a hand mill,and
history and pioneer customs went with large herd of cattle and hogs. He packed rice was beaten out with a contraptionbuilt

her. She was a link to the past. Being born his family and their few belongings into a something like an old "well sweep".

before the Civil War her life spanned an horse cart driving the cattle and bogs Not only was all clothing made at home,

amazing era that began without matches before them. but the cloth itself was woven by hand-

and wound up with a man on the moon. cotton used for the warp and wool for the
i There were no bridges across New River
Her generation worried more about and Santa Fe River at that early date, and filling.
splitting rails for a fence than splitting they could not be forded in times of high When the cloth was finally woven it was r

atoms for a nuclear weapon, and more water. In order to make a crossing, John colored with homemade dyes. Blue came ? I'

about chopping a piece of fat lightered had to drive his cattle and hogs down to the from the indigo weed that grew abundantly _
wood to use as a torch for bear hunting, "Natural Bridge" near High Springs in a at that time but is seen no more. "It

than about a new color tube for a TV set. circuitous route to reach his destination in made as pretty a blue as you'd want to .'Lp8

At the time of her death she was credited the Evergreen section of what is now Brad- see" Rebecca said.

with being the oldest person in Bradford ford County. The pioneers tannw* ..ci uwn leather

Countythe matriarch of a family noted and marie Uieir own shoes using hand-
for longevity. Her only remaining child, They settled near New River in the nor made thread and a peg and awl. A needle

Mrs. Willie Reddish of Road 125 northwestof thwestern part of the county and John was made by splitting a hog bristle. Even

Lawtey, will be 90 years old next Jan.25. < 1 Griffis built a one-room log house with a tacks were made from hickory pegs.
clay chimney and wood shutters for his
Still in good health and doing her own that "Old Joe"Starling
family to begin their new ife in. Rebecca'sfather Rebecca remembers
housework,Mrs.Reddish boasts that if she made the first back in those
Berry, was only three or four years pails
lives to the ripe age of 103 she will set a old at the time. days, using cedar wood. "Water tasted a
remarkable record of having lived in three lot better out of them than it did out of the ,
centuriesborn in 1898 living through the When Berry grew up he married Penny tin buckets that came along later," she
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1900s and on past the year 20001! Padgett and it was to this union that declared. Rebecca Griffis Rosier
around 1856. After hiswife's
Rebecca was born
Rebecca Griffis Rosier was born in a log several Matches? "Never saw 'em until I was a '" -
remarried
house (long since gone) on the old Carter death Berry sired 20 children. good, big girl," said Mrs. Rosier. "We had tobacco. Of course, they had to go to Mid- would cook the cane juice a littfe longer
place. Her mother died while Rebecca was times and subsequently to start a fire by striking an old flint rock dleburg occasionally anyway, to sell their than for making syrup, then dipped it out
an infant so she went to live with her The life that Rebecca describes in her and catching the spark in a tinder made of cotton. and put it in a wood trough to cool, stirringall
"the old Redding and womanhood is hard to the while. When cooled,it was poured in
grandparents, nearby on girlhood young a little gunpowder sprinkled on cotton, Schools and churches? "There weren'tany
place'. Her entire life was spent within a imagine in this age of automatic recalled. "It lot of trouble and a barrel with holes in the bottom. The
a attend
she was close enough that we could ,
one-mile radius of the place where she was t dishwashers and air conditioned often several times molasses dripped out through the holes,
would get walk
my daddy up Rebecca said. I would have had to the old-fashioned brown sugar in
born. automobiles.In during the night and try to keep the fire going ten miles to the nearest school. After I leaving

Rebecca's grandfather, John Griffis, those early days it was a matter of in the fireplace so he wouldn't have to went to live with my grandparents, they the barrel.

came to that northwestern section of Brad- make it yourself or do without. Milkingwas start one again in the morning" did leave me with some folks over near When soap-making time came, the men

ford County about 1840. There were only done in large gourds,which also serv- Maxville so I could go to school, but I criedso would go to the sandhills, burn some oak

two other families living in the area at that ed for water dippers and other v.aseIs.QtJITOR1ALS The first matches she ever saw had long, to go back home that they came after wood, gather up the ashes, and leech out

time. thin stems and came in a round box. They me in two weeks and I never went to school the lye by pouring water through them.
cost five or ten cents a box- lot of moneyin again." The lye was then combined with hog tallow

those days. and maybe a little turpentine to make
Doctors? There was none in the entire
cakes
of
Folks "doctored" themselves large soap.
Stoves? "Never saw one till I was countryside.
with home remedies and herbs. Rebecca Rebecca remembered the Civil War,
said Mrs. Rosier. All cooking was
grown "but it tasted never saw a doctor until she was a grown especially the time when Yankee soldiers
done in the fireplace sure woman, although she had "heard there came to raid their horses. Having been
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good" was one up at Savannah, Ga.-- too far to warned in advance, however, Berry Grif-
Meals in those days were pretty much as go." fis and his neighbors hid the horses in a

they are in country homes today. At nearby cypress pond. To this day it is still
The one-room log houses of that era were
breakfast, for instance Rebecca recalled known Yankee Horse Pond.
.. lighted and heated in winter by the as
fried meat corn bread and
having grits fireplace. For additional light they used But it wasn't all work and no play, even
had of meat,
syrup. They always plenty homemade candles, fashioned of tallow in those days of pioneering. There were
and fruits.
sweet potatoes, greens, and string. Kerosene lamps were a luxury log-rollings and rail-splitting for the men
District and okra? "Not in those days,
Proposed New R-1D Tomatoes that Rebecca never saw until after she and quilting for the women. Folks walkedas
said Rebecca.In married. far as 15 miles to attend these events

and after the work over, a huge feast
was
for ? "We didn't have
Deserves Careful StudyStarke's cases where a family did not own Light reading would be prepared and there would be dan-
anything to read, and couldn't read it if we
stock and a milk cow there were a lot of had." A fat-wood splinter torch was used cing and singing with Old Man Starling at

lean times and many people didn't get for around outside after dark. the fiddle.
getting

Comprehensive Plan The proposed R-1O zoning in nor- sugar enough cane to eat, sweet, Mrs.potatoes Rosier and said.corn Cotton were, The woods were full of game in those A grand out her old lady was Rebecca with Rosier her,
living remaining years
adopted in 1980 contains the following theast Starke is apparently an attemptto the staple crops in those days. days,and Rebecca recalls seeing groups of daughter, Rossie. She was living proof that
four and five deer nearby. She
resolve some of these problems grazing while the old turn-
were rugged
paragraph: days they
self- that Green Ritch and Sam Griffis kill-
families were pretty says
The early
bad
without creating new problems as ed out individuals who were rugged too-
"In order to protect the investment in sufficient, but there were two items that ed the first bear she ever saw.
of
and who
exist. men women were capable cop-
homes and land this plan proposes to or worse than already would force them to make the long, hard Even such items as sugar and soap were ing with a set of circumstances that might

strengthen the controls on mobile At first glance, the justification for trip through the sandhills to Middleburg-and made at home. Rebecca recalled that her completely frustrate the softer generation
luxuries of coffee
homes in order that they can be properly rezoning such a large area, approx- these were the father made a barrel of sugar n vear He of today.

placed within the city and segregatedfrom imately 370 acres seems questionable.This .

other types of housing in order to tract totals almost eight percent of

preclude neighborhoods.any detrimental" effects to exIsting the land three mass public of the hearings City of Starke and more, requiring I DOT Speaker Outlines Improvements to Highways, : I


Since-that time, the Comprehensive, intensive advertising than do areas that .. .' I.J. "I..

Plan has been amended many times, are less than.five percent_of the city's The possibility of a future Tampato struction is concerned," the speaker Buskar also said DOT will "
and howit said. She pointed out that plans are
but this policy concerning the proper area. Thus the importance and Jacksonville expressway upgrade the railroad crossing on 301
for and other
the widening
U.S. 301 making
might affect travel on was in
seriousness of such large-scale rezoningis South where trains will soon be car-
of mobile homes in relationto
placement discussed at the Starke Rotary Club improvements on Highway 16 West
single family residences still stands. stressed in order to be sure all property last week by Gena Buskar of the which funnels heavy traffic between rying Florida.A loaded. cars coal-fired plantsin

owners are properly informed of the Florida Department of Transportation. Starke and the two prisons, UCI and
, This is not to that mobile homesare question was raised concerningthe
.' say proceedings.One FSP northwest of here. The DOT has
blockage of traffic on 301 long
not in our 1980s of to take back maintenance on
necessary way The speaker said that the expressway agreed
for "a 120-car train to
life. It goes without saying that in many public hearing has already been which is still far in the this part of the highway, thus reliev- enough" The had solution go to
by. speaker no
held with some offensive and defensive road and Bradford County of a $1.5 million
cases they are necessary in this day of future, would be a toll ing this problem which will doubtless
voices already raised on the issue. The would appeal largely to transients expense. The first leg of this program football weekends but said
exhorbitant building costs. Properly peak on ,
from coast to the will be let in May, 1988, cover-
wanting to get one
second will be held at the
be at- hearing the railroad would have to meet required -
skirted and
landscaped they can
from Starke to
It
Tues- other in the fastest time possible. ing improvements standards. The need
Commission meeting safety
tractive and sometimes regular City from to 225.
an improvement should not drain traffic 301 Hwy.
over a dilapidated "shanty' on an day night, Oct. 20, at 7:30 p.m., with an any great extent, she said. The new DOT policy is based on was signal also at 301 voiced and Edwards for a delayed Road,turn and

adjoining lot. expected large turnout of property Ms. Buskar stated however, thata meeting the highway needs of the mentioned the possibility of a traffic

owners advocating both sides of the con- study is now being made for a state, the speaker said. signal at Alton and Edwards Road.

On the other hand, mobile homes troversial issue.It possible truck route by-passing the The speaker said that a contract Guy Andrews emphasized the im-

depreciate in value and appearancemore center of Starke at the intersectionsof would be let in January for of traffic 301
portance expediting on
rapidly than conventional homes is obvious that a matter of such Highways 230 and 100 with U.S. upgrading traffic signals on 301 at through Starke immediately in
citizens 301. She said this would be for the the 100,230 and 16 intersections at a
and in the long run- period of 20 to 30 great importance to so many use of the heaviest types of trucks cost of $60,000. She also said DOT is order to diminish the need for a
should be carefully studied before a truck route bypassing the town. He
yearsmay become a detriment and that now cause traffic congestion in considering a resolution from the City -
decision is made and the three-hearing eliminate on said one way to accomplish this
depreciate the value of a more expen- mid-Starke. of Starke to parking
for that. It could in front of Winn Dixie would be to eliminate parking on 301
sive conventional home next door. process provides even "Starke and Bradford County are Hwy. 100 through Starke.
be argued that, with the North Central in good shape as far as DOT con- Marketolace.
This presents a problem that has Florida Regional Planning Council I' "'

never been resolved and probablynever preparing to start work on the City's

will be to the satisfaction of con- new Comprehensive Plan in the next

cerned property .owners on both sides of two or three months it might save much County Agent's Notebook ey Bobby TaylorFlorida
the issue.
confusion in the long run to let their

It is particularly difficult in an area staff wrestle with the problem and come

such as the 370-acre tract in northeast up-hopefully- a solution after an

Starke (Reno) currently proposed by in-depth study by zoning professionals. is one of the few places in the WINTER LAWNS plete fertilizer such as a 6-6-6 or 10-10-10

the City Commission for rezoning from would be country where it's possible to grow green analysis. For all other applications use a
Another viable alternative until the seeds germinate. Keep the seed
fertilizer. As always follow the
year-round. But to do this, we haveto nitrogen
R-l A (single family residential on 15,000sq. grass be careful not to overwater.
moist but
utilities
to find new areas with available use a special winter lawn grass. This is manufacturer's recommended rates.If .
ft.), and R-1C (single family residential that could be used exclusively for because most of our permanent lawn Overwatering can wash the seed away andit you fertilize properly the ryegrass

on 7,500 sq. ft.) to R-1D, a mix of newcomers who desire mobile homes, grasses fade and begin to lose their color in may add to disease problems. Once the lawn will grown quickly, and you'll need to
is well-established water needed.
mobile homes and single family while the presently mobile late fall. But by the time the first good grass as mow about once a week. Begm mowing as
placed The disadvantage to establishing a the is tall enough to be cut
as
frost occurs, most lawns are completely soon grass ,
residences), would be grandfathered-in and lawn is that you'll have to mow,
homes ryegrass
about two inches
brown. So, to keep the lawn green, we haveto one or high.
could until they are abandonedor water, fertilize and look out for pest problems
stay put "over seed" it. "Over seeding" is simply -
The Reno has been subjectto all winter long.You'll In conclusion- with a little extra work,
area long
no longer fit for use. In that way the the use of a temporary grass which is
mixed housing, with many mobile northeast Starke area would continue to seeded into the permanent lawn. have to fertilize about once you can brighten up your winter landscapewith
month. The first time! you do, use a comLetters- a rich green ryegrass lawn.
used
homes already grandfathered-in" in be steadily upgraded in keeping with Several cool-season grasses can be
for but the best for
over seeding our area
the area and more and more expensive
,
the large number of attractive conven- is ryegrass. Annual ryegrass is popular

conventional homes beginning to appear tional homes already in place. because the seeds germinate rapidly,grow
Old Lawtey Road and other and t to the EditorFan
along The basic of zoning is to go fast is fairly inexpensive it's adap- J
adjoining streets.No purpose table to a variety of growing conditions. It
for the higher classification- the does well in sun or shade and it tolerates

one likes to tell a property owner lower. It hardly seems fair to subject close, frequent mowing. If seeded heavily

what he can or cannot do with his land- such a large, 370-acre area to a lower annual beautiful ryegrass winter lawn.can provide a dense, Complains about Lack of SpiritTo
classification than it alreadyhas
but sometimes in our complex world of zoning Establishing a winter ryegrass lawn is

rights and counter-rights such decisions if a more practical solution can be fairly simple. The best time to do it is after The Editor No big loss, thoughthe "Spirit??) of

become necessary. The lot owner with a found. the permanent lawn has been browned off : the Bradford" hardly ever plays the "Fight
This is in reference to support our
limited income naturally wishes to use On a quick ride-through inspection it by frost. You'll have less trouble with plant Bradford Tornadoes are receiving at the Song" anymore. In the past, the "Fight
that at least 100 new or recently diseases late In the fall when temperaturesare Song" was played after touchdown.
his property for the type housing he can appears the football games. It is not the crowd sizes every
bUilt homes in the $40-$50,000 bracket cooler. Start by mowing perma- How about some more musical support,
afford which more than likely is a nent lawn extra close and raking up all that we are concerned with, but instead Mr. Ball?

mobile home. His next door neighborwith have been built in this area in recent debris. Dethatching at this time is a good motivational with support.To cheerleaders just And last, but not least, are the fans. The
These represent an investment of idea but if can't dethatch, at least start our
a 50-to-60 thousand dollar home years. you to stand around. How about doing only people we seem to hear cheering are
quite naturally fears depreciation of the some $5,000,000 (not counting interest) remove as much of the dead brown grassas what seem they were chosen for..leading the parent of the players. Our fans act

. value of his property when the mobile and also speak of a lot of hard work and Next you,can.spread the seed. You'll need between cheers!! They need to learn more about football.like they're We expecting believe Coach college Hurse or pro-level and his

home becomes old and unattractive.Both desire for self-improvement on the partof five and ten pounds of seed per thou- school spirit. Could there possibly ba staff are doing one heck of a job, considering

positions seem Justifiable, making the owners. Any needless depreciation sand square feet. Make sure the seed is something lacking in the leadershipthey're they're working with high school boys.
of their investment should be avoided fresh and weed-free. If possible; get the being given?
reasonable zoning in such cases ex Our band is crying for new uniforms at The fans need to get into the game more.
.. type that'a been treated with a fungicide. Fan
if possible. support can make or break a team'sapirit.
tremely difficult. Apply the seed with a fertilizer spreader.To the cost of f 190 apiece, but they play the Just look at last week's
same halftime show every game, it seems. game
Ret the most uniform stand of grass,
divide the seed into two applications. Sow In the past, the band had several different against Baker County.Their fans really inspired -

.. -- half the seed at right angles to your shows that they performed alternately.How their team to victory didn't they?
Come
----- original peth, then go back over the area about spending the money on some on, Bradford County. Let's get out
of it. After the Instead? On of that they'renot there and make some noise at the games.
and sow the rest you spread new music. top ,
; ffi seed, rake the lawn lightly to help the seed even going to the Bishop Kenny game Our Fighting Tornadoes need our support,

get through the grass and make contact this Friday night because of a band contest especially considering that Homecomingwill
soon be here. How about
with the soil. the next day. It's understandable that they it, can we
handle it??
The next step, watering, is one of the don't want to mesa up their uniforms, but
A cartoon to H called from carton*an carry word for cardboard on which they were most important. The newly-seeded lawn how about showing up in matching T-shirts A Concerned Fan.

drawn centuries ago to serve as models' for larger works of art or craftsmanship. needs light watering once or twice a day and Jeans to at least lend mu I l'-..r.iipport. (Name Withheld on Request










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j : a Tutoring Program Available at. BH: S

This the Bradford School fer the pupil assistance with an reviewed by the Coordinator of Com
{ Board and year the State Compensatory assignments( ) or a portion of a pensatory Education at the end of
The will the second six weeks. If the pupil'sreport
Education Program will an course. pupil's course grade
sponsor
after-school and Saturday tutoring not be changed by attending short- card Indicates the pupil has
term tutoring classes obtained a grade of"D" (or higher)
In for in grades 9-12.
( 1 program pupils
for the second six weeks in the
Pupils at Bradford High may 2. Long Term Tutoring: The main
I il r receive tutoring if one of the followIng purpose of a pupil attending Long- course in which the pupil was
met Term Tutoring classes is for the tutored, the principal will approve
25th qualifications are : pupil to attempt to have a six weeks the first six wseeks grade of"F" be
r r'k I, The pupil has a 1.5 or less grade
} point average at the end of the first grade of"F" in a designated course ing changed to a grade of "D".
Party S'et' tt six weeks grading period (1987-88). changed to a grade of "D". Registration for the After-School
? and/or Saturday Tutoring Program
2. The pupil has grade of "F" In The pupil enrolling in the Long-
t t Term Tuturing Program will sign a will be held on the following dates:
For The a designated course for the fist six
Friday, Oct. 16, 3-4 p.m.
weeks of the 1987-88 school term. contract agreeing to attend twelve
tutoring sessions during a six weeks Saturday, Oct. 17,9-10 a.m.
1 classes will be offered
Tutoring
a r'r Monday,OctIB,3-4 ,
Lester and free on the following basis: period. (Each tutoring session will p.m.
having a 25th 1. Short-Term Tutoring: The pupil be one hour in length.The maximum Each registration session will be
tober 17 from 2-4 requests a tutor for assistance with a number of tutoring sessions per held in the Bradford High SchoolPrincipal's
tion is given by subject area for a short period of week will be two.) office.r -
nette Ricks and time. (Example, 1 to 2 hours a week .If a pupil attends twelve tutoring For additional information on this
will be held at for three weeks.) The Short-Term sessions during a six weeks period, program, call Myrna Hurse at the
Range 'r Tutoring Program designed to of the pupil's report card will be School Board Office, 964-6800.
All friends and -
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Inc., Annual Profit Sharing and Ne1N Arrivals For Fall
),Sheila Wilkinson, Dorothy Herndon and
Reunion r
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For Oct. 'v9V.i
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Honors
The second

descendants and Martha of C. Employees

Saturday, Oct. 18 _
Complex Building recognized for 5 years of service in
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Lunch will be at Miller Enterprises operates 150
and drink for an Handy Way Food Stores and 10 .. ... .
together.For Millers Supermarkets in Florida. r a + _

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Announcing.. Linda Patrick/Florida Federal Either Hall 'Dr.GtOTgita Latcu

Adam Scheetz "Christine""LILLY"
Mrs.
Chip and Sharon Scheetz of Starke of California
Celebrate announce the birth of a son, Adam ,
Birthday Oct. Jordan, born Sept. 29. r "

The family of and Maternal Lanette grandparents Griffis. Paternal are Clifton grandparents Lei" S 'Dress & jijtSfiop PGa: lid"

Barksdale are Don and Sharon Scheetzof Bradford Square Shopping Center "BELDOCH"Op
Open House in Florence, Oregon.
Barksdale's 90th Mon-Sat 9:30-5:30 964-5051 "CRYSTAL"lEMPEfi

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The family !
relatives to share s
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Donna Danny By the Yard

To Wed

Mr. and Mrs. 1 '
nounce the
daughter, Donna
Wade Parker, son L/f ,f
Kenneth Parker of s
The wedding TelescopingTree eluxe
Saturday, Oct. 1 .

Raiford.Fellowship PrunerFiberglass Lawn Rake

All friends and '
with -12'reach.
dially invited to pruner Best 22 tine steel lawn rake
quality -
and 16" teflon-;::oated saw blade and
reception. reports.'J gear-driven pulley system for extra with continuous tines. SL22 ._..
Padgelt- cutting power. 312T
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To Wed Nov.

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and Maxville approaching PRICE 4fI/i/ ... PRICE ,

daughter, Sharon 1
M. Fuquay, son of .. --
Mrs. John Fuquay

Fla.The wedding : Electric

p Middleburg..m. at Victory I S/iop-L/fe Staple GunEasy

relatives are -assembled and ready to hang. Grounded cord squeeze trigger with power to do tough jobs.
plug Two 40W,48" fluorescent lights Included. aET-50
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$1199 .. a._ $1799
UDC PRICE SPECIAL PRICE r

Monday, '

t The W.T.
UDC will meet E X t ra-L arge SCHlAGeExterior SPECIAL $""99
PRICE.
Family Lockset
19 at 12 noon. Lawn/Leaf Bags Less mlr.
Locksel has lay"-2s/a
If you are -strang for easier outdoor project clean-up Universal Latch Unlock with' meil-InS4.o0.
chapter, join us of ten bushel capacity bags with ties. 5010 key from outside when ouler
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$1)59 on inner knob Inner knob Alter
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The Alpha Sheeting Silicone Sealant bas mfr.
Alpha Delta .4-mil plastic sheet has hundreds of mall--$2.00
100edicone rubber'tar
Sorority is around the house Folded and rolled to handy lasting durability' Pamtable ,ebat.Cleans .'
Day during the -home size. MK728 easily with water
Aspart of $399 White. Rebate. on package Alter 99 >
would County like to / PRICE R..t.llmn 10 3 oz (08654:2 per household7'2"x36". rebate

employees,"says : ,3 Frost King*
Carol Redding, a 10" Electric ,,

at The Lawtey sorority Trimmer Door Sweep SealAluminumvinyl

money to worthy t---- sweep keeps heat,in and cold out.
trimmer has 10"cutting path Tap-N.Go'
community. ADK .. Features slotted holes Screws Included, A54/36
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education sorority.The line advance and adjustable .......
chapter :; $1tJl99 $139

employees refreshments in PRICE .., SPECIAL PRICE

Founder's Day.
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72nd Clamp Light PRICELess a/
Celebrated J J Roughneck*. mlr. y i 7
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.M'.i''ir.//': r'lt1l i St. Edward's News Starke Elementary Cadettes Plan
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Rev. Alvarez I, School News Halloween PartyGirl

Bazaar Plans Discussed... Scout Cadette Troop 520 and
Celebrates the Bradford County Public Libraryare
Betty Dazlnski, president, presided New Awards... 3rd 8 Wks Ends Jan.19 Cards Jan.26 sponsoring a Halloween Party
at the meeting of St. Edward's Starke Elementary will Introduce 4th 6 Wks Ends Mar.2 Cards Mar.8 Tuesday, Oct. 27.Preschoolers .
30 Years in Altar Society held Tuesday night, two new awards beginning with the 5th 6 Wks Ends Apr.21 Cards Apr.28 through ten years of
Oct. 6, in the parish hall. second six weeks grading period- 6th 6 Wks Ends June 3 Cards June 3 age are Invited to the party from to
Wilmajean Terry and Florence one for Perfect Attendance and a New Phone System... 9 p.m. The party will be held at the
MinistryRev. Anderson have altar care during Oc Roadrunner Achievement Award. Library and the First United
tober. Perfect Attendance A student Starke Elementary is using a new Methodist Church.i\\
Bazaar Chairman Bobbie Moore qualifies for the perfect attendance telephone system. As of Sept. 30. The children will fishifg: ted to a
Roman Alvarez and the Pine gave details of the Parish project award by being in school every day parents and staff members shouldcall mini-cake walk, games,
Level Baptist Church will celebratehis i planned for Nov. 21 on parish Oct. 14-Nov. 17, and by also being on 964-6800 and ask for ext. 64. refreshments and a 'scar"''film.
30th grounds. Spaghetti dinners will be time.Students meeting the above re- Judging for best costumes with
anniversary a gospel
as
minister on Sunday. Oct. 18. 1 served as well as hamburgers, hot quirements will receive a free pass prizes awarded\'will be a special
The staff and members of Pine dogs, desserts and beverages. to the BUS vs Santa Fe Football 1 event of the jftrnoon. There is no
Level have The bazaar theme "A Country game scheduled for Nov. 20 in admission Jus>fioodles to munch on
Baptist planned a special
Christmas" will be featured in craft Starke. Hampton
anniversary service to be held Sun- and lots of fun for everyone.
items and decorations.
Roadrunner
day,Oct. 18 at 10:30 a.m. Achievement Award: HILItes
Bric-a-brac, tools, furniture A student Friends To Honor
Having in Bradford toys, qualifies for this award by
Alvarez grown attended up and kitchen items will be available making at least all B's in each sub- by Dolores Meng Weeks ---

County Baptist,Church in his younger Pine years.It Level. ,............,....... --..,,-.. ... .. ,.... in "Anybody's Treasures" booth. ject area,but may have a C in ONLYone Phone 4681915Congratulations Librarian
was at Pine Level that he preached Also planned are variety of subject area, limit one student The Friends of the Library cordially
his first sermon on Sunday night, Rev.Roman Alvarez games and good prizes. Community per classroom. If a teacher has more Mrs. Invite you to attend Open
Oct. 13, 1957. Since that time he has members are invited to attend. than one student meeting this re- Barksadle I House, honoring Arnold D. Weeks,
preached throughout the United Members were invited by the quirement, the teacher will select Mrs. Virgie Barksdale reaches the Jr., October 23, 1987 between the
States, as well as in Mexico,Central The Ron of"Mr. and Mrs. O.R. president to attend the fall meeting the student that has worked most great age of 90 on Oct. 15. We all hours of 3 and 4:30 p.m. at the Bradford
of the Gainesville Deanery to be heldat productively during the six weeks. County Public Library.Mr. .
tier
and South America. Alvarez, Sr., he la married to the wish many more happy years.
Holy Faith Parish in Gainesvilleon Weeks is leaving the library to
Rev. Alvarez graduated from former Mrs. Barksdale lived many years at
Betty Starling who also
grew Oct. .
Bradford High School in 1956. He up in Starke. They have three 15.Following Student Awards Hampton Lake and has many accept the position of Library Administrator
received his B.A. degree from Bap- children Greg, Derek and the meeting Ceremonies... friends also in this area. in Clay County.
tist Christian College in Shreveport, refreshments were served by the Student awards ceremonies for The public is welcome.
Stephanie. The Alvarez family Hospitalized...
La. and his B.D. from Bible hostesses, Ruth Meng and Sallye
degree resides on Bayless Hwy. the first six weeks are scheduled
Baptist Seminary in Arlington, Scoggins. for: Mrs. Elvie Rigdon spent the past

Texas, where he graduated as Respite Service Offered... -THURSDAY, OCT. 22: week in Bradford Hospital. We hope Hope BaptistHomecoming
Valedictorian of his class. she soon feels much better.
He also
Members of St. Edward's Parish Kindergarten, 8:15-9: a.m.
attended the University of Texas at Grace Methodist offer a Respite Care volunteer service First Grade,9-9:45: a.m.; Second Other October Birthdays... Oct. 25
Arlington, Tx. In 1974 the Baptist To Celebrate to community members. Grade, 9:45-10:30: a.m. Oct. 11-Jason Motes, Travis Crew Hope Baptist Church will observe
Theological Seminary of Madrid, Caregiving of disabled or elderly FRIDAY, OCT. 23: and Kay Richards; 12-Robbin their tilth Homecoming on Sunday,
Spain, conferred upon him the 99th AnniversaryGrace persons unable to be left alone Is provided Third Grade, 8:15-9: a.m.; Wadsworth Barrett, Amanda Oct. 25.Basket.
honorary degree of Doctor of Divini- in order for regular caregiversto Fourth Grade,9-9:45: a.m.; and Fifth Lester, Rosalita Reyes and Raymond lunch is planned for 1 p.m.
Methodist
ty.Upon Church of have a break for necessary ac- Grade, 9:45-10:30: a.m. Rhoden; 13-David McCarverand Sunday School will be 10 a.m.,
graduation from seminary, Lawtey will celebrate its 99th an- tivities or relaxation.For Fall Fun Festival... Rachel Hamilton; 15-Barbara followed by morning worship at 11
Rev. Alvarez returned to Starke to niversary this Sunday, Oct. 18, with more information please call Davis; IB-Amanda Flanagan and
become pastor of Pine Level. After services followed by a noon covered Starke Elementary students will Frankie a.m.An
Betty Dazinski at 964-7952 or,Dolores Rahme; 18-Lynn Hall. afternoon gospel sing will be
dish lunch the be invited to participate in a Fall
serving five years here, he resignedto on grounds.
Meng. 468-1915. featured with the Buck Family.
The is Fun Day Festival from 9 a.m. til 1 Hampton Elementary
join the staff of the Calvary Bap- public invited. Bring a There will be service. All
no evening
tist Church in Grand Prairie, Tx. covered dish. Madison BaptistTo p.m. on Friday, Oct. 30. Many activities Plans for Carnival... interested persons are invited to at-
While at Calvary Baptist he also Show Dobson Film are planned for the day and The annual Halloween school carnival tend.
became a member of the faculty of Rev. Ballard Wilson, pastor of the we need parent volunteers I is set for Friday, Oct. 30 on A
Arlington Baptist College, where he First United Methodist Church in The third film of the Dobson film Book Fair... school grounds. Children are make x
for several He also Starke, will bring the series, Turn Your
taught years. message. Heart Toward The Library will be having a Book ing posters advertising their car
taught at North Texas Baptist Col- Sunday School is at 9:45 a.m., Home, will be shown this Sunday, Fair Oct. 15-20. The students will nival. They are also selling tickets Gospel Sing Set ';
lege in Ft. Worth,Tx.,for two years. Morning Worship at 11 a.m. Oct. 18, at 5:45: p.m., at Madison have booklists to help them make for wonderful prizes to be given that
Grace Methodist is located on Street Baptist Church. night. For Air Park BaptistAir
tie has also pastored churches in CR-225, one block from US-301 in This film,entitled Power'in Parenting their selections. Parents are also invited Community support and volunteer
to come anytime during the Park Baptist Church is
Michigan and Texas. He returned to Lawtey. Parishioners are in the : The Adolescent, discusses having
pro- is needed to make this
help a successful
day. Profits from the book fair will a good old gospel this
Florida and became pastor of Pine cess of refurbishing the church in father/daughter and mother/son sing Saturday,
Mr. Louis
event. is
Marney
Level Baptist again in 1975.Since his preparation for its 100th anniversary relationships, and the importance of be used to buy extra library Carnival Oct. 17 at 7:30: p.m.
chairman.
again serving as
materials, hopefully a portable Featured singers will be the Con ;
return, the church has built its pre- in October 1988. allowing children to grow and
sent auditorium. develop as individuals.The video camera. Report Cards... gregation Singers from Green Cove

Pastor Alvarez is active in the For more information, call the remaining three films will be Principal's Message... On Tuesday, Oct. 13, report cards Springs and the Westsiders from
World Baptist Fellowship and currently pastor, Rev. James T. Tompkins, shown weekly through Nov. 15 at the Many parents have requested for the first six weeks grading period served.Jacksonville. Refreshments will be :
serves as secretary of that 782-3881, or the lay leader, Frank church located at 900 W. Madison St. report card days for the entire schol were sent home with students. Everyone is invited
world-wide organization. Camp, 782-3729. in Starke. For more information, year. Here they are: Watch for the A-B Honor Roll in next gospel music at the church to come locatedat enjoy
contact Henry L. McKinney, Jr., 1st 6 Wks Ends Oct.5 Cards Oct. 13 week's Telegraphl! 521 N. Orange St., Starke.
964-7557 2nd 6 WksEnds Nov. ITCards Nov.24
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    Baker too Much for BUS, 14-3



    Bradford High gridders simply at-you defense that stifled the Tornado First Baker TD...

    could not get a sustained drive going running game. Tornado Malon Blake returned the ensuing

    3M stopping themselves with untimely quarterback John Berry was undera Bradford kick-off to the Baker 33
    penalties or mistakes, and hard rush all night, and was sack- where Tornado tackle Keith Jenkins
    : : : took a 14-3 beating at the hands of ed five times. A tenacious Baker 5-4 made the ltop.Bradford .

    arch rival Baker High in front of a defense, with the four linebackers went into a type of

    '4 capacity crowd at Bradford Field playing close to the line of scrim- preventive defense trying to give up

    last Friday night, Oct. 9. mage stymied the Tornado running short yardage and prevent the big

    Baker went up 6-3 on the final playof attack play with Just 33 seconds remainingon
    tle'4 the first half on a 47 yard pass The Baker offensive line charge the second quarter clock.

    ,: completion straight up the field also pushed the BHS defense back Malachi Jenkins batted down QBMallory's

    when Bradford was clearly expecting several yards each play first down pass, then

    a pass. Baker's Malon Blake Plus, Bradford was stymied offen- Baker was penalized five yards on

    caught QB Marcus Mallory's pass on sively with penalties, most of the second down, back to its own 27 yard
    the run about 15 yards deep and ran calls coming from the officials on line. On the next two running plays

    4 untouched into the endzone in bet the Baker side of the field. On its Ellis got 10 and 14 yards around the

    '1 II 1* pit'W'a ween the two Tornado cornerbacks. first possession BHS was penalizedfor Tornado ends to the Bradford 47

    Baker scored its second holding and for being offsides on yard line with just four seconds re

    tr r touchdown with 7:42: remaining in the punt which nullified a Bradford maining.

    the fourth period on a 57 yard drive fumble recovery of the first punt. On Baker called time which also

    helped along by two penalties Its second possession an off sides gave Bradford defensive coor
    ,. Tornadoes. Baker's Lee penalty hurt. On the third
    : against the possesion dinator Mike Sexton time to talk to
    Ellis got around the BHS end for 14 the punt was whistled down for motion the Tornado defense about what

    yards, and 15 yards more were tack- before the snap. might come. Then came the expected
    ed on when the Bradford tackler was On its third possession Bradfordwas
    pass play, QB Mallory throw-
    penalized for grabbing Ellis' face penalized five yards for movingon ing behind the Tornado linebackers

    mask. Officials called the penalty in- the punt. and up the BHS middle where there
    tentional, rather than inadvertent.
    .
    was no safety.Blake
    The play and penalty moved Baker
    went across the goal with no
    from Tornado line The BUS Field Goal...
    -- the 44 yard to the time on the clock, and giving the

    A Tornado Quarterback Under Pressure. 15.Baker The Tornadoes moved 28 yards on large Baker contingent something to
    .. got seven yards, to the BHS their fourth possession in the second really :yell about. The Baker extra

    QB John Berry No. 12, was kept on the run most of one example of a Baker defender getting by BHS 8, in three plays. On fourth down and quarter without a penalty the big point kick was wide to the left, and

    the Baker game as he tried to get his passes off. This Is blockers and putting pressure on the quarterback. three from the eight yard line, officials plays being a 13 yard pass to the Wildcats took a 6-3 lead into the
    whistled Bradford down for tailback Greg Pittman out of the dressing room at halftime.
    being offsides as the play got under backfield, and a nine yard end run

    way. Bradford was penalized half off the play action pass by QB John BrldtDrd H'S' 0 7 0 1B.k.HI"
    Tornadoes Can't Take Kenny LightlyTornado way to the goal, to the four yard line. Berry for a first down at the Baker e 4 D e t4BHS
    Baker's Ellis went over left tackle
    from the four yard line for the se- 14.The BHS backs tailback Darrin Baker Hlg

    footballers go on the road tackle and is tabbed the best Crusader power-I formation is Carl cond Wildcat touchdown, then Patterson and fullback Clint Reed, FIrst lashing Dawns Yards n.1O 7'77.151Pusslns

    this week, traveling to Bishop Kenny Crusader lineman. Tremble, a quick, hard runner.They repeated the play for a two point were caught behind the line as Yerds es 4PAPCPI /
    (BK) High School in the south side of The fullback is Kessler Holsen- share the ball carrying choies. conversion, and a 14-3 advantage. Baker got through the BUS offensiveline. 14-.t 0.1.t

    Jacksonville. dorff, No. 34, 6-2, described as a hard See Page IA Ellis was In the grasp of a Tornado QB Berry sneaked two yards Punts N+.1 t't1.4

    Bishop Kenny High is capable of fast runner. Tailback in the tackler on the conversion, but a final closer on third down to the 12 yard "vmbl""oot. H 1-1

    beating the Tornado eleven on any leap got the football across the goal. line, and Malachi Jenkins kicked a ..naltl".y.rd' 11-79."

    given night, so Bradford High is take Baker won the game with a come- 29 yard field goal on fourth down.

    mg the 1-4 BK Crusaders very Legal Notices

    seriously, says Coach David Hurse.

    Bishop Kenny could beat you if

    you let down, says the Head Tor
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    nado.
    BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
    To get to Bishop Kenny, take PROBATE DIVISION UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
    US-301 north and MO east to MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA REGISTER NOTICEA NOTICE
    Fit. Number 8791CP
    ALLEN Y. M.D. of the
    DeLANEY.
    Jacksonville. Cross the Fuller War Division 1.3870 JACKSONVILLE DIVISION FICTITIOUS NAME copy of the budget of the Town of ,
    Gainesville will
    ren toll bridge, Take the "Beaches IN RE: ESTATE OF Caie87-705-Clv-J-16 Pursuant to Section 665.09, Florida Brook.r is available at the office of the Surgical Group nolong.r
    be the office October
    In as of I,
    UNITED STATES OF
    .. Exit" (Atlantic Blvd. Beach Blvd.) EDWARD L. KAISER, AMERICA, Statutes, notice Is hereby given that clerk. 1987.

    This will be a 4-lane road. Turn left Deceased Plaintiff, the undersigned, ABAH SALES INC.. Itchg 10/15 His patients' records will be maintained
    at first traffic for vs P. O. Box 3451, Lake City, Fla. 32054
    light Kenny OF ADMINISTRATIONThe
    Bishop NOTICE WILLIAM C. PHILLIPS, JR. and by the office and other
    which is in the south side of administration of th. Estate of LYDIA F. PHILLIPS sole owner, doing business under the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO members of the surgical group will see
    firm of STARKE CLEANERS, I05B
    Jacksonville. EDWARD L. KAISER, deceased fll.numb.r Defendants. name REGISTER previously made appointments for Dr.DeLaney. .
    Edwards Starke Fla.
    Road 3201 Intends
    Admission to the game is $4. 87-91-CP Is pending In the ORDER OF SERVICEBY FICTITIOUS NAME .

    Big, strong, and fast are the adjec- Circuit Court for Bradford County, PUBLICATIONThis under to the register aforesaid said statute.fictitious name Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida 9/24 4tchg. 10/15

    tives most used in describing the BK Florida Probate Division, th. address cause came to be heard upon Dated this 24th day of September, Statutes, notice Is hereby given that
    Crusaders on the BUS scouting of which Is Starke, Florida. the verified motion of Plaintiff for on 1987, In Bradford County. the undersigned Alan/ D. Hutcheson,
    report The Crusaders' first win The names and addresses of the Order of Service by Publication and It 10/1 4tchg 10/22 Rout 2, Box 272 Starke, Fla., sole
    came last week over St.Joseph's of personal representative and th. personal appearing that this action has been owner, doing business under the firm

    St.Augustine. They have lost to West representative attorney are set brought for the enforcement of a lien name of Hutcheson'* Specialty Co., NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO

    Nassau, Nease 30-12, and Fernan- forth below. against real property situated In Brad. Route 2, Box 272, Starke, Fla. 32091, REGISTER
    dma. All Interested persons are r.qulr.dto ford County within the Middle Districtof Intends to register said fictitious name FICTITIOUS NAME

    Crusader quarterback is Todd file with this court WITHIN THREE Florida and described as follows: SALE under the aforesaid statute.Dated Pursuant to Section 869.09, Florida
    MONTHS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S
    Lot 23. Parkwood this 29th of A.D.,
    Dunn, No. 12, 6.4, 185-11, a tall, drop THIS NOTICE: ((1)) all claims againstthe plat thereof recorded Subdivision In Plat Book a.p.r NOTICE I. hereby given that I I. DolphE. 1987 In Bradford County.day Sept Statutes, notice Is hereby given that
    the ABAft SALES, INC.
    back passer who also likes to run the estate and ((2)) any objection by on Reddish, as sheriff of Bradford .. undersigned, ,
    3, Page 5, public records of Bradford 10/I .tpd 10/22 P. O. Box 34SS, Lake City, Fla. 32054
    quarterback keeper up the middle. interested person to whom notice was County, Florida, County Florida, under and by virtue of business under the
    QB Dunn throws short and likes the mailed that challenges the validity of and It further that Defendants Writ of Execution, to wit: sple owner doing
    appearing firm of NEW METHOD CLEANERS, 311
    left side and the will, the qualifications of the Execution Issued out of County
    gets good pass protec- per William C, Phillips, Jr. and LydiaF. N. Temple Ave., Starke, Fla. 32091, Intends
    : tion. Wide receiver Keith White, No. sonal/ representative, venue, or Phillips, cannot be served within the Court of Alachua County, Florida, pursuant NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO to register said fictitious name y

    , 40, 6-0. 165-41, and set back Rob fwrlsdlctlon of the court. State of Florida, that It Is not practicable to a Final Judgement for Florida REGISTER under the aforesaid'Mature"" '
    : Keep, No 11, 171-12, are the favorite- ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT to serve them personally for Pest Control of Gainesville, Florida FICTITIOUS NAME Doted this 24th. day of September,
    pass receivers. Both have good SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. the whereabouts or residence of said and against Earl W. Ray, defendant In Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida A.D.. 1987 In Bradford County.
    Publication of this Notice has begunon Defendants or. unknown and the amount of $702.95, together with Statutes, notice Is hereby given that .
    speed and hands, the scouting report they 10/1 4tchg 10/22
    October 15. 1987.PERSONAL. have not voluntarily appeared herein costs of collection. the undersigned Alan D. Hutcheson.
    ;
    says. REPRESENTATIVE: It Is therefore Have seized and hove In my possession Route 2, Box 272 Stark., Fla., sole
    On the BK offensive line are Robert W. Milner, Jr., ORDERED as follows the following described personal owner doing business under the firm
    center Mike Valenti, No. 58, 6-1, : of Services Route
    & Carol Ann MilnerP. 1. Defendants William C. property to-wlt: name Telephone 2.
    Phillips
    153-11; guards Cubb Driggers, No. O Box 579 Jr. and Snapper Rider Lawn Mower, Model Box 272 Storke, Fla. 32091 Intends to
    Lydia F. Phillips shall
    INVITATION TO BID
    78.6-0,180-12, and Wayne McCrary, Starke, Fla. 32091 this cause and plead to the appearIn com- No. 301IX5S. Serial No. 53094618As register' said fictitious name under the The of Starke
    City Community
    No. 75, 5-11,163-12. Tackles are Tom the of the above named oforeictld statute.
    ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE filed property
    plaint herein on or before October Development Office will bids
    Citrano, No. 79, 6-0, 210-12, and Jeff : 19, 1987, or In default thereof, defendant and that on Monday the Dated this 29th day of Sept., A.D., for the clearance of the following accept lot:

    : Brown, No. 76, 6-3, 23512. Brown, James R. Flynn Esq the Court shall proceed to judgment In 2nd day of November, 1987, at 2:00 1987 In Bradford County. North thirty ((30)) feet of Lot 4, Block
    goes two ways, also plays defensive .105 W. Georgia Street this cause to the extent provided for p.m. on said day on the premises of 10/1 4tpd. 1022IN 18 In Livingston Truby t Company'
    Bradford jail I will offer
    Starke, Fl. 32091 Section Title United the County
    by 1655 28, States Subdivision Stark., Fla.
    Telephone: 954-4667. Code, as If sold Defendant had been for sale and sell to the highest bidder THE STRUCTURE LOCATED AT 738
    for coin In hand the above described THE CIRCUIT COURT
    10/152tchg10/24 served with process within the State of OF FLORIDA PINE STREET IS THE BUILDING TO BE
    property of said defendant to satisfythe EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
    School MenusOctober Florida. CLEARED. The site must have all debris
    2. This order be published In a aforesaid Execution FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA removed from It prior to acceptance by
    INVITATION TO BID DOLPH E. REDDISH. SHERIFF Case No. 87-89-CP
    newspaper of general circulation In the City.In .
    19-23 The City of Starke Community BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA In Re: ESTATE OF
    Bradford County, Florida not less than order to bid. the clearance contractor
    Bradford Elem. & Middle School Development Office will accept bids once each week for six consecutive 10/8 4tchg. 10/29 LOTTIE MAE BENNETT GHENT, must hold a current City of

    Monday Flshwlch, macaroni cheese, Coleslaw for the rehabilitation of a dwelling unit weeks prior to the return date Deceased. Starke license for housewrecking. In
    NOTICE OF
    peaches, milx as follows. herelnabove designated. ADMINISTRATION addition,they must also have liability
    butter Date of Bid: October 26, 1987 AND The administration of the estate of workman'
    Tuesday: Chicken noodle H peanut DONE ORDERED at Jacksonville Insurance arid compensation
    sandwich, buttered peas ft carrots, fresh fruit. Place of Bid: Grant office, 108 E. Call Florida, this 31st day of August LOTTIE MAE BENNETT. GHENT, deceased. If applicable.Bids .
    File Number 87 89 CP
    mIlk. I. pending
    St. -
    1987. INTENT TO ACQUIRE will be received on Tuesday
    Wednesday Meat loaf mashed potatoes, green. In th. Circuit Court for Bradford County
    of Bid 10:00
    Tim. a.m.
    : :
    Howard T. Snyder PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL October 20,1987, at 108 E. Call Street
    beans, butter cookie, biscuit milk
    Thurnday jello Hot peanut dog on bun, baked beans, buttered Location of Bid: 819 Florida Street UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE SERVICESBY Florida, Probate Division, the address Stork. Fl. Bids must be In a sealed
    corn M orange, chocolate chip cookie, Owner of Unit: Clarence and Naomi 9/l06tchg 10/15 COMPETITIVE SELECTIONThe of which Is Bradford County envelope marked "1985 CDBG
    milk DeSue Bradford County School Board, Courthouse, Starke, Florida 32091 The Clearance Program." The City retain
    Irld.y: Pltu,garden salad,E!: T. bar cinnamonroll Contractor Walk-through Date: Oct Stork., rioriHa 'In accordance with name and address of the Personal' the right to reject any or all bid.

    milk 19, 1987Contractor PUBLIC AUCTION Florida Statutes 287.005 shall conduct Representative and the attorney for Fo,further Information, please con
    Bradford High School Walk-through Time: 10:00: NOTICE Is hereby given that on open competition In the selection of a the estate ore set forth below. tact John Tinder or Jim Dasher at ((904))

    Monday: Hamburger on bun lettuce, tomato a.m. Monday. October 19, 1987, at 10:00: Professional' Architect. Interested persons are requiredto 9648902.
    pickle, buttered corn, peaches" brownie. milk Contractor Walk-through Place: At Job A.M., the undersigned, Gator Selection shall be based upon, but not file with this Court WITHIN THREE 'Itchg 10/15
    mashed potatoes ., will sell at public MONTHS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF
    Tuesday Hamburger gravy Fr.lghtwavInc. limited to: capabilities, adequacy of personnel
    buttered green peas, chocolate cake, biscuits, Site.A copy of the work write-up can be auction for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.Jacksonville .. past record and experience, THIS NOTICE: ((1)) all claim. againstthe
    milkWednridayi. obtained from the Grant office at 108E. Fla.: willingness to meet time and budget requirements estate and ((2)) any objection by on FICTITIOUS NAME
    (french fries), coleslaw
    strawberry Fish shortcake chips hot rolls milk Call Street along with a copy of the one lot of appliance ports, consignedto location and recent & current Interested person on whom this Notice STATUTE AFFIDAVIT
    Standard Performance Specifications.Grant Pasadlna Pet Motel So. Posadlna, was served that challenges the validity
    Thunidayi Fried chicken, rice gravy, green work loads. GREENACRES TURF
    beans fruit cup, cookie, hot rolls, milk Office hours are 8 a.m. to 12 Flo.. Those Individual. or firms wishing of the Will the qualifications of the Rt 1. Box 787A
    Friday, {spaghetti w/meat sauce, cheese stlx, noon and 1-5 p.m., Monday through one lot of miscellaneous hardware, consideration who have not previouslyfiled Personal Representative, venue, or Lawtey, Fla. 32058
    garden salad fruit A.Jello.a- cinnamon arie roll, milk Friday. Bids must be submitted In a consigned' to Marvel Industries, New their pre-qualificotlon forms with jurisdiction of the Court. STATE OF FLORIDA
    ALl CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS
    sealed envelope.In Beach Fla., NOT COUNTY OF BRADFORD
    Smyrna the Superintendent office are Invited to
    Monday milkshale..O.J.Corndog, pilia, french fries, order to be eligible to bid, the to satisfy freight and storage charges do so by 9 a.m.. October 21, 1987, and SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. On this day personally appeared

    Tue milkshakes O.J, Standards set forth by the City of Uniform standard Bill. of lading. scope of this selection Is for on October 8. 1987. administer oaths, Nancy J. Ralston
    ; Hamburgers, french fries,corndog, for and must Gator ATTORNEY FOR ESTATE: Michael
    Wednesday Starke licensing purposes Frelghtways reroofing and construction projects less and R. Moody who, being
    pizza, milkshakes french rise, plus, hold current City Contractor's license. Carrier than $$100.000 for Bradford County R. Franklin Ritch, Esq first duly sworn, depose and say:
    .
    Thuridsyi Corndog P. O. Box 1143
    For further Information, contact Pro. 04-076927 dtd 5/4/87 Schools. The names of all the person Interested
    milkshake, 0 J. .
    trldsyt Corndogs, hamburgers, pizza, french Charles Jackson or John Tinder at Pro. 02-808710 dtd 8/27/87 Interviews of the three best qualified 1418N W..6th Fla.Str..tGoln..vlll. In the business conducted

    fries, milkshakes ((904)) 964.8902. 10/8 Stchg 10/15 firms will begin at 7 p.m., October 26, 32602(9O.c under the foregoing fictitious name,
    Bach!: day students have a choice.of a hot lunch, Itchg 10/15 1987 at the School Board office, 582 ( ) 317.2889PERSONAL and the extent of the Interest of each
    salad bar or they may purchase a la-carte of them In said business U follows
    North Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida. REPRESENTATIVE: a* :
    .333l33333ll33313l33333333333sl33333'333l333lt Negotiation with the best qualified firm R. Franklin Ritch NAME INTEREST
    ;
    tpiiiiiiiiii5liii33213333iieaiil333l333333333333333" .I shall take place after the Interviews.Jim P. O. Box 1143 Nancy J. Ralston 50%

    . :11 '. Duncan 1418. N.W. 6th Street Michael R. Moody 50%
    . 00' Sup.rlnt.nd.ntBradford Gainesville Fla. 32602 Signed, Nancy J. Ralston

    I County Schools ((904)) 377-2889 Michael R. Moody
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    Smith ., Gaines both Score Holes-in-One on Bradford Course.


    by Buster Rahn Bill Heavener and John Riggs. The one stroke over the course record for The Starke golf course is in club house an excellent course during this fine
    BCT Staff Writer ball landed short of the and nine holes, a 29 also shot by Gaines.
    green beautiful condition, with the greens The low scores being shot by fall weather. Your may not snoot a
    Local golfers Tom Smith and ran into the hole for the ace It was The course record for 18 holes is 62, being mowed in a professional man- Richard Gaines and a handful of low score, but one can't have
    Richard Gaines wrested aces fromStarke's Smith's first shared Bill Adams and Gaines.In .
    hole-in-one. by ner, leaving a collar around the fringe other low handicappers should not everything.
    tough par three holes a few Following 'golf tradition Tom shooting the 30, Gaines had 4 ,and an opening in front for run leave the impression that the courseis
    days ago which may appear easy to treated to drinks after When the has 4
    everyone the pars. average golfer ning the ball onto the putting sur a patsy. It continues to be a Oldsmobile Scramble...
    the uninitiated but to be extremely round he has shot
    proves was completed. pars, probably a 41 or face.
    difficult in execution.The Richard Gaines aced no. 13 two more. In addition to the 4 pars The fairways are covered with demanding, shot-making golf Starke fielded a golf team to playin
    with and
    course, fairways
    long tough
    Scram-
    vast majority of golfers never later Gaines had 4 birdies and the the Oldsmobile National
    days (Oct. 2), the treacherous ace. bermuda ,
    grass a long sought goal hazards. Alligator Creek and water
    hit a hole-in-one during their playing Ear 3, from the blue tees with a 6 John Riggs who was playing in by local golfers. A recent beautifica- hazards on holes 1,3,10 and 12,come and ble Finals Bradford that represented County Starke very:
    careers. Gaines both foursomes is In-
    Playing with were San now receiving
    tion under the directionand
    Tom Smith aced the 192 yard no. 11 dy Sanderson Charlie king and John vitations to play in almost every supervision program of Ruth Powell, has into play often than enough the to escalate favorably,winning 22nd place,out of
    scores higher proverbialkite. .
    (the blue tees) using a 3 iron Riggs. group that tees off.Duon improved the of the 10.000 entries nationwide.The
    I while playing with Charlie Flynn, Gaines shot a 30 on the back nine ____appearance the_ finals were held at the Walt
    grounds around n m pro shop And n_ Treat..miito_. <_hlf.. fra___.uoou..uoouoo ntmff Oe\tt nn

    Cross Country Teams

    I BHS Vollevballers Win on the Road i iI


    Travel to Titusville r Bradford High girls varsity Williams served 7 points. 1513. Kendra Butler LaShaun I I:
    volleyballers beat Williston lost to Tuesday Oct. 6, the Tornadoeslost Butler and Monika Williams were
    Bradford High's Lori Sapp placed Dual Meet With Baker... 4+. Santa Fe lost to Gainesville high 15-12 and 15-11 to Santa Fe in top servers.
    seventh in the Astronaut High School and beat Middleburg in recent mat- Starke in two games.
    The their Tuesday
    Varisty girls won -
    ches. All the the team in at JV Tornadoes Raiders...
    Invitation Cross Country Meet held Oct. 13, meet at the BMS field girls on played vs.
    Saturday, Oct. 10, at Titusville. over Baker High. least one game: Unissa King The Junior Tornadoes also lost to
    Williston
    The meet was attended by teams The girls placed 1, 2, 4, 5, and 11 e f Win... Monika Williams, Milissy Edenfield Santa Fe in the match two games to
    from all over Florida. Titusville will for a team score of 23. Baker score The Lady Tornadoes lost the first Carrie Shaw Terri Kitties, Kendra one: 3-1$, 154.and 0-19.
    be the host for the State Championship was 33.The r game 12-15 to Williston Monday Oct. Butler, and Stacey Marsha. "Santa Fe is the toughest team we
    Cross Country runs this year varsity boys team score was 4- 5, but won the next two games 15-2 have met so far this year" said
    scheduled for November 21. The 31, Baker Hi won the match with a and 15-3 to take the match. To GIIS Monday... Coach Brenda Butler."Our play was
    tournament gave the runners a team score of 25. High scorers against Williston Monday, Oct. 12, they travelled to good, but we can do better.I am proud
    chance to gain familiarity with the The Tornadoes placed 1, 4, 6, 9, were LaShawn Butler with 15 points Gainesville High, and played a three of the girls the way they stand up
    track they will be competing on in and 11. Cam Ward was 1st in a time served Janet Kennedy and Tangle game match. "The score didn't to the competition" she said.
    the finals. of 19:09: Kenny DeSue 4th in 21:06: Pittman with 8 points each.In reflect the type of play"said coach At Gainesville the Jr. team took
    Of the 19 schools competing in the Randy Milton 6th in 21:11: Keith S.arl. the second match, the Tor- Inez Diggs. "The team really the first game 15-10.but lost the next
    girls event BHS placed 9th with a Thompsen 9th in 22:45: and Vernon nadoes won in just two games 16-14 polayed well." two 16-14 and 15-6.
    score of 191. Winning team was Griffin 11th in 28:14. Searle Wins and 1511. Even though they won The first game was won by GUS "The team played good ball."said
    Tallahassee Leon with a score of 49. Neither school had a full team in both matches the girls did not play 15-8, but Bradford took the second coach Brenda Butler, "the match
    Individual winner was Ellie the JV division but individual Football ContestDuane up to their capabilities. "I am not 157. GHS came back and won the could have gone either way."
    Runice of Middleburg in 11:45.: Lori scores for the Road Runners were: pleasedDiggs. their play"says Coach final 15.8 again.Middleburg. The Jr. Tornadoes won in two
    Sapp placed 7th at 12:33: Ramona Girls Brittany Bula 1st in 14:38: Searle son of Mrs. Grace "They played very games against Middlebur 15-7 and
    Tennant 16th at 13:16: Kim Adams Linda Clarke 2nd in 14:45: Renee Searle of Crystal Lake is the winnerof lousy. Visits... 15-6 Tuesday. Oct. 13, ui Starke.
    32nd at 13:56: Felicia Davis 61st at Daugherty 3rd 15:45: Juantaria The Telegraph's Oct. 8 football In the match, LaShaun Butler On Tuesday, Oct. 13, The Tor- "The team just played a good gameof
    15:30: and Angie Cohens 81st at Williams 4th in 16:16.: contest and is $25 richer. served 10 points and Monika nadoes won in two games 15-11 and ball," said coach Butler.
    19:21.: The boy road runners times were: Ms. Becky Dubolsky, the Oct. 2
    _ In the boys division, there was no Bernard Johnson 1st in 22:44: Ray winner who admits to some help JV Smashes Interlachen 17-0 E EThe
    team score for the Tornadoes, one Durban 23:45: and Justin Ward from her husband, and Searle both :
    runner to out of the
    having drop
    2729.: had four misses. Searle won on the
    race. Individual times were: Kenny tiebreaker, the combined scores of Junior Varsity football squad John Williams and Alvin Jenkins at Wyatt Collins round out the defen
    DeSue 102nd in 20:33: Randy Milton Robert E. Lee Invitation... traveled safety sive team.
    the Bradford High game, which was to Interlachen Thursday, cornerbacks Tramell Jones at -
    106th in 21:10: Keith Thompsen 108th On Friday, Oct. 16, The Varsity 17 Searle guessed 27 to Ms. Oct. 8, and soundly defeated the Tommy Hamilton started at The first Tornado possession end-
    in 21:39, and Wayne Addison 110th in team will travel to the Robert E. Lee Dubolsky's 30 on the tie breaker. Rams squad on their home territory, rover back Bo Hersey at drop end ed about mid field on and intercepted -
    21:41.: Invitation tournament at the north Searle bet Keystone High and 190. and the {linebackers were Kevin pass.The Rams were forc-
    Overall winner was David Me- campus of the North Florida Com- Union High would win and lost. He The Tornado defense played an excellent Finch, Lorenzo Hall, and Alfonso ed to punt, and Starke regained
    Crannie of Tallahassee Leon at munity College on Dunn Ave. in correctly picked Baker High over game on defense, said Coach Jones. Tackles Don McDavid and possession on their 27 yard line.s. .
    : Jacksonville, Bradford. Chester Simpson with Bth graders Derrick Long, and defensive end .. r... IDA
    15:31.Kenny ______u


    from page 7

    Favorite Bishop Kenny pass playsare Terwillegar Motors PRESENTS THEMEW
    to the tight end, to the wide side
    of the field a quick dump pass to
    the tight end and a pattern in which .
    the wideout streaks downfield on the :
    long route and the slot man crosses
    flat.The the wideout's' path and goes into the EEENEATicJNJ

    Crusaders also like the

    quarterback keeper between the .. .. .._.. ....
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    center and guard, the fullback dive -- .- '-' .'.-- .....--. --..
    between the guard and center and \ : : \
    they run the power sweep pitching
    the football to the tailback with

    everybody in front to block. S'E' L. _.. ..,.,AB' R.- II"I"" 0"N. "


    down.The Kenny BK linemen uses Defense.a'5-4 including defense.. a with middle five ._ .

    guard who Is George Albert No. 38,
    quick and strong at 5-6. 16510.

    No.The 76,tackles 6-3, 235-12 are, big and Jeff David Brown Kennedy 1988 F 150 117" WB IEIi
    No. 77, 6-4, 20512. The defen- JDII
    sive ends are Curtis Neal, No. 50,
    5-10, 178-11, and Scott Sobolewski.
    No. 85, 6-1, 175-10. '
    The inside linebackers are the Pickup "S" Model
    fullback, Kessler Holsendorff, No.
    34, and who has a quick, strong runn-
    ing mate No. 25, whose name is

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    Cornerbacks are offensive setback =>>a
    Rob Keep, No. 17, and quarterbackTodd
    Dunn both with good hands Drive OutNothing
    and speed Free safety is Nelson Down
    Johnson, No. 30, 6-0. 168-11. who also x .. e
    shares the wideout position. Approved Credit
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    1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employees and their 3)) In case of ties we will use the total points scored .
    Immediate families are welcome to enter but there Is In the Bradford High School game each week (except :a'ur'
    a limit of one entry per person each week. the Tornadoes open week) as a tiebreaker. Please fill .
    2)) The entry must be on an official blank from the In the points you think will be scored by the Tor-
    0\ TELEGRAPH and must be dropped off at the nadoes and their opponent combined In the
    "t\1.eS, TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Friday aftertiebreaker blank. For Instance If the score In the Tornado
    d...'ee'J 00 noon. Fill In all the blanks with either the name of the game was Tornadoes 19, Opponents 7, the core
    "J: team you think will win or "tie" If you think the game rect score was 28 points.
    ., '- will end In a tie. The person who picks the.most 4)) All decisions of the Judges are final. A second
    games right will win the top prize. tiebreaker will be used If necessary.
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    1101 S. Walnut US 301 S. Next to Norman's Market _. u_ _

    i WILLIAMS JEWELRY Jawalry, Jones, Funeral Home STUMP'S
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    1- :;;__ Family Owned and Operated Watch Jones Convalescent Services
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    / o/ The\Working Man's.Friend
    Jo 964-5069 GAS & FOOD STORE
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    [flS ,# OW* "Old Fashioned Personal Service" !; .." "':. .
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    U.S. 301 Soutn Starke Uuft..w_ WE HONOR MOST INSURANCE CARDS I & CARPET. INC.
    964-6600
    Russell Stover .
    8 A H GreeD Stamp.Cindy .Hallmark Soda Fountain Cards 131 N. Cherry Street Starke, Florida
    : SITC1 ss5 COMPUTERIZED PHARMACY 964-7423

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    S.W.6th Ave. US 301 South Jet SA 21 & 100 W. Madison -
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    .' Everything LA You Raiders Need !I\1\ Lawtey Shell We Have Your Wagon...

    in Building Supplies, II 1:11:I l\r Come See How Economical
    i Office Shop
    Paint & Tools
    BHS at Bishop Kenny |It IS tO Operate!
    : 3 Locations to Serve You !\ Ortan Wells Chevy-Olds


    -- First ChoiceHwy Mitchell's Drugs USuperior Quality(

    : At Affordable Prices"
    301 Starke Mosley Tire Co. _'

    ,: FREE Pep-O Food & Gas GRIFFIS CONSTRUCTION, INC.

    1 Si inch cheese pizza w/purchase of 16" pizza Sonny's BBQ Stat.Certified Builder
    for$1O.5O inc. tax Hwy 301 South Stark 964-6633
    Denver at Kansas City Stump's Department Store
    : 964-7234 Flagler Palm Coast at Macclenny
    Terwlllegar Motors

    Fisher Makes Video Tape Viewing
    f Rent A Teal Tile Carpets

    Office Machine Copier Easier Than Ever
    -"' m Williams Jewelry
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    Volunteer Firefighters are ready and willing


    to serve their communities in times of needNational


    Fire Prevention Week themselves on being fully trained Hodge, John R Lefevera, Richard
    was observed in the surrounding and constantly taking additional A Mayben, Jr., Olan Wayne Polk, Ji'Agoy
    counties in many ways last week. courses as well as taking advantageof Sr., C. J. Stalnaker,Joe C Tolleson,
    Local firefighters presented prO- training opportunities. Brinkley Lamar'Bud' Tucker.
    grams, opened their doors for tours Starke Fire Department Heilbron Springs-Chief Terry Mc-
    and visited schools as requested by firefighters include Chief Dwayne Carthy, Kevin Howe, Ted Cooley, a 1 t
    various organizations to talk about Hardee, Rusty Barrett, Cecil Stanley Benckowsky, Harvey Mc- sit rN
    fire prevention and fire safety. Crawford, Rex Siemer, Doug Carthy, Richard McCarthy, Bobby
    Demonstrations in full firefighinggear Cooper, Tom Rowe, Jeff Harpe and McClellan, Gerald Norman, Henry
    were given so children would Jerry Waters. Thornton, Franklin Blackburn, Joe
    not be afraid of the 'funny looking Quick Response-10 with Bradford Cox, Bob Ake, Chuck Davis, Pat {
    thing'. .coming toward them in a fire. Emergency Services Includes Director Southerland, Jeff Richardson, Dan- I/
    Cliff Chapman, Dan Cuddington, ny Jordan, Joyce Cooley.
    Bradford County,firefighting is Jerrel Johnson, Bill O'Neal, Nelson Kingsley Lake-Chief Kenneth
    a cooperative effort, according to Green. Mott, Don Wainwright, Warren Ebl- i 44
    local firefighters. There is only one Volunteer firefighters in area stations ing, Reggie Underhill, Chip Wainwright -
    full time fire department but the include: Curtis Crawford, Dennis
    outlying areas support eight Brooker-Chief Tony R. Stalnaker, Crawford, Donny Elder, Gerald
    volunteer fire departments as wellas Steve Hunter, Diedra Williamson, Crawford, Emmett Norton.
    the QR-10 with Emergency .Johnny Lamar Barnes, Robert N. New River-Chief James Balcom,
    Medical Services. All agencies pride Fletcher, Harlon Hodge Ricky Dean Bennett, Leslie Whitehead, Dedicated to their Communities...
    I.- .- ..._.. Tommy colson,Joe Reichert,
    Black, Gerald Blankenship, Volley Firefighters like Kingsley Lake's Chip Wainwright everything and rush out to help their neighbors In need.
    Browning, Ronny whitehead, Ed Lt.Reggie Underhill and Chief Kenneth Mott (from left The Telegraph will celebrate National Firefighter's
    Mosley, Earl Benton, Tim Dudding, to right in thge picture above), Leslie Whitehead and Month by running the rosters and pictures of the
    I I Tony Geigher, Bobby Rehberg. Joe Reichert of New River (at lower right, Hampton various firefighters In the area this week and next
    Roosters for Theresa, Lawtey, Chief Scott Davis (at left) Tommy Bradley (middle week who serve the citizens In.those communities so
    V IFy_ Hampton and Lawtey Correctionalwill picture) and Chief Tony Stalnaker of Brooker (lower well.
    be run next week in the left) all are redy at a moments notice to drop

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    Warns Coach Sexton"We ?r r--

    can't take them lightly," Nagging Injuries may deprive the n 14
    points out Coach Mike Sexton, Tornadoes of two starting playersfor
    speaking of the 1-4 Bishop Kenny the Bishop Kenny game.A recur-
    eleven. ring neck muscle injury is hampering
    "We're not in a position to take starting offensive guard Mat-
    anybody lightly," says Coach Sex- thew AlbrItton, No. 61, 16011. K \
    ton. Bishop Kenny might have won Tailback Greg Pittman, No. 42,
    only one game but Bradford High 145-11, has a sprained ankle which
    has won only two Sexton points out. was reinjured on a late hit in the
    Films show that Bishop Kenny Baker game. Both starters may be
    (BK) has been down two or three out this week. It's a day to day affair -
    touchdowns in the second half but to see how they come along,
    the BK Crusaders continue to play says Coach Hurse.If .
    hard with no let up in effort, pointsout Pittman can be held out of the Acme Hardware
    Coach Sexton. Bishop Kennjt) game, Coach Hurse & W Discount Parts

    Kids that get out and scrap like plans to do that. It will mean Darrin Hwy 301 North 301 Call Street
    and Rodney Mosley, both
    that can make something happen. Patterson 964-6163
    They're capable of doing that. I just defensive starters, will have to play 964-4126
    hope it isn't against us: says Coach more offense.
    Sexton. BUS Offense:
    Head Coach David Hurse agrees. Quarterback: John Berry, No. 12,
    "We can't afford a let down," Hurse 16010. The Olde Trunk Antique
    Upholstery
    says. On any given night Bishop Fullback: Clint Reed No. 33, Cleopatra's
    Kenny is capable of exploding on an 175-10. 304 Call Street & Gift Shop
    opponent, says Coach Hurse. Tailback: Greg Pittman, No. 42, 964-8O12
    964-7014 310 E. Call Street -
    The Tornado offensive line is be- 145-11, and Rodney Mosley, No. 31,
    ing drilled this week on who to block. 165-11.



    JV Winsfrom Allstate Insurance Working Man's Jewelry

    ( page 8A) The Tornadoes were forced to Kenneth D. Chitty. Agent 118 N. Walnut Street
    The first Ram drive of the second punt. The punt was blocked high in Next to Post Office 964-2O77
    half ended by an intercepted pass. the air,caught by Tommy Hamilton, 440 W. Madison St. 964-4695
    After two good gains on the ground, who ran for the first down.
    a long run by Clyde DeSue from the Four plays later, Terry Berry got
    38, put BHS in the end zone again. off a good punt and held the Rams
    Donnie Francis's kick failed to hit without a first down. On the fourth Lake Area Glass & Mirror Badcock Home Furnishing Center
    the mark,the score now 12-0. down, the Tornadoes intercepted along
    Interlachen worked the ensuing pass, but again were not able to 322 S. Walnut Street 128 S, Walnut Street
    line of capitalize. They punted to the Rams
    kickoff down to the 25 yard 964-5289
    Starke, but lost the ball on downs. 12 yard line with 1:37 left on the 964-7684
    The Tornadoes moved the ball clock.
    back to the 40 yard line. The Rams After one incomplete pass, the
    Tornadoes Donnie Francis in-
    intercepted a Sheffield pass,and ran
    it back to the two yard line,where he tercepted another Ram pass near Charley E. Johns Lees Restaurant
    the 50 yard line and ran it back to
    was tackled by Bo Hersey and mostof
    Seafood
    Chinese &
    the Tornado defense. about the 25.After two running playsto Insurance Agency
    The Rams tried two running plays the 15,Termall Jones was open in
    800 N. Temple (Hwy 301) Starke 964-6601
    the endzone, and cought the 3rd
    with no gain, then two pass plays, 131 S. Walnut Street 964-5070
    the Tornadoestook touchdown as the clock ran out.
    both incomplete, so
    over on their own two,with 8:10: Donnie Francis's kick was good.
    The final score was 194.
    left in the game. Thomas Auto Parts D & S Motors


    I Holes-in-One 430 S Temple Ave 207 N. Temple Ave (Hwy 301) Starke
    (from page 8 A) 964-7556
    964-5611
    -I Disney golfing complex in Orlando, teamed with Brant Turner last June,
    October 8-12, on the three courses to play in the Vince Lombardi Golf
    Lake Buena Vista, Palm and Tournament, held in Washington
    Magnolia. D.C.The China Restaurant Gator Lock Company
    The starke team members were two former Starke residents
    Bill Adams, Harold Bishop, Aubrey played well, but won no prizes, acCording 1900 Ave (US 301)-ToRena) Motel 353 N. Temple (HWY 301))
    McWilliams, Jim Godwin and to David's mother, Marion N.Temple 964-6999
    Charley Flynn. Adams sank a 143 McRae. 964-7681
    yard shot for an eagle, which
    equates to a hole-in-one on a par "David, who currently lives inRiverside
    three. Cat was visiting Brant, Chastains Jewelry & Gifts
    The Starke team beat 32 teams in who lives in Washington, D.C. Their OFFICE SHOP
    the Jacksonville area to qualify for friendship goes back to school days, 104 W. Call Street
    the tournament.. when both attended the same gradesIn 964-5764
    Bradford County schools. 110 W. Call St. Starke 964-7271

    i David McRae.. According to their parents, both
    David McRae, former resident of young men are doing well in their

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    reached with the announcement by Santa F, Community pa
    College of its tenth season in the highly acclaimed Fall
    Performing Arts Series.

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    is first class but abbreviated, due to the expenseof
    the Starke Festival of the Arts to be held in downtown I
    Starke on October 2324. df
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    concert by Brian Ganz, an outstanding young pianist who
    has won the National Young Chopin Competition and the ir
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    will be performed on the excellent grand piano at the I
    First Methodist Church. ,

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    Thursday, Nov. 5, with a performance by the Amherst
    Saxophone Quartet, recognized as the world's premiere
    saxophone ensemble. They have performed everywhere ,, "
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    Amherst concert will be at the Starke Woman's Club, *; A ,A\'"...'"\ ,.i,::"-..',,",, ,' -' lione.
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    range of support for the termanilly T-shirt can be ordered in your size. .AI ._ -
    ill in Bradford and Union Counties, Age groups for the race have been fft.J.j .
    is sponsoring a Strawberry Fun Run divided as follows: male and .... t'-; ;/" th'J' \' ":-
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    24. 50-59 and 60-and-over. ., .. .. ...' % I .1' :,
    for Saturday, October 'o/ 'JJ .-s. :: 1.- .-1. ..,. "
    The races, which consist of a 5k There will be a trophy ceremony .::. .r.
    and mile "Fun immediately after the races are concluded
    one
    ((3.12 mile) run a
    Run" are is set to begin Saturday ,with trophies awarded to the ; ", .' ..--.:... y .-... = 'r:' -
    and first overall male and female in each .". .;' ..' \\ :jul'frr}
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    first, second and : .' ..... :-SJJ'lzx3.,; ;/"- ;;:
    will mark the official beginning of age division and .h\o:; 'L.'X' ,..l'o.oO\\ "',
    third in each age division as well. .
    the Art Festival.
    The race will begin when runners Fun Run ribbons will be issued to all I ','IIr, +, """ \ : I .m t mJIHI [ i \ 111f Jm i I 1'\4' ;
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    from all over North Florida gatherat participants of that event. jJIEJI\lV1
    the old Bradford Hospital building The Strawberry Fun Run is being iff i
    entrance and proceed down State directed by Cliff Chapman, who can "I\1lDllItlU Red or Golden Mustard, Collards Florida (
    Road 230, turning right on HarwilluSt. be reached at 964-6911 for more in \ Florida Fruit Jack-O-Lantern
    .. then left on Wilson Rd., turningleft formation. \ I Naval Orange. Pumpkin Delicious Apple or Turnip Greens Avocadoes ;
    on Martin St.,then right on State Local sponsors of the race are i Pink & Whlfo" Shaped! 59 Lb. t 8' 3/f]oo III I
    Beautifully
    Road 230 again and back to the Burger King, Putnam Medicare Ii K-Early, Orange. J I 1.50 (:
    hospital starting site. Supply, Jones Funeral, Winn-Dixie, II IIIi tl\\I, C
    Runners in the area who are interested Mitchell's Drugs, Clay Co-op and ... J. ,
    in signing up can registerby s.. Pag 4B I" '" 1,1 b .. \ .. '
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    Bass Tourny ana Fish Fry Oct 24 in Lake ButlerThe I II Drug Bust Nets SevenSeven


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    Second Annual Tom Rymcr A fist fry will be held after the 4th.$150 cash, merchandise; 5th Artificial lures only,no live bait.A drug arrests this week brings The arrests were made by
    Fish Memorial Bass Tournament and tournament, witli fish dinners free to $100 cash, merchandise; ith $75 two person limit per boat will be en- the total to 37 persons arrestedthis Deputies Doug York and Barry
    Fry, sponsored by the Lake entrants ;.mil costing $2 50 for non- cash, merchandise; 7th $50 cash forced. year by the Bradford County King. During the attempt to arrest
    Butler Rotary Club, is set for Satur- ('ft 'antS. merchandise; 8th $50 cash, mer- Tournament will begin at 6 a.m. Sheriff's Department on 66 drug Michael Davis,he fled from his vehi-
    day, Oct.24 from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Entry fee is $40 per boat, ($20 per chandise; 9Ih $25 cash, merchan- and end at 2 p.m. with weigh-in at related charges. cle in the Lawtey area with a
    Lakeshore Park in Lake Butler, prson, limit 2 people per boat.) An dise; 10th $25 cash, merchandise. the boat ramp. The most recent arrests for firearm in his hand. Deputies York
    Some$2,000 in cash merchandise, extra $10 entry fee per person is Boats will be launched beginningat possession and sale of crack cocaineare and King pursuded Davis as well as
    trophies and gift certificates will be charged to anyone wishing to enter The Big Bass Pot will pay up to 4 a.m. Boats will be inspected : Johnie Mae Allen, Bobbie Jean Officer Doug Reese of the Lawley
    given away to the top 10 fishermen in the BIB Bass Pot. $500. If fewer than 50 boats enter,the before launching, in the order they Franklin, Nathaniel Thompson and Police Department.Davis was taken
    the aggregate catch competition Prizes... top prize may be less. arrive at the registration tent Clifford Leon Smith of Starke; into custody approximately six
    plus up to a big $.>(X> cash prize for Contestants guilty of contest irregularities ,
    Tourney Rules.. Truman C. Strong and Michael R. blocks from where the chase began
    the biggest bass caught. First prize aggregate catch pays will be disqualified. All Davis of Lawtey and Dorothy Helen Sheriff Reddish stated that he In-
    The tournament will be held on $500 cash and merchandise plus Large mouth bass only will be accepted decisions of the judges will be final. Risby of Keystone Heights. tends to maintain undercover operations
    30-acre Lake Butler a shallow, dark trophy. An 8 fish limit is the aggregate No boat may come into contact with Bonds were set at $l0tOO( on each in the drug dealing in the coun-
    water lake with grass and cypress Second prize pays $350 cash and weight per boat. Qualifyingfish any other boat. One or both boats count for each defendant ty and feels that the arrests so far
    trees throughout. Bass fishing is fair merchandise plus trophy. Third may be disqualified. Risby, Franklin,Allen and Strong this year have had an effect on the
    to good with fish in the 1 to 1-1/2 prize las .. $200 cash and merchan- must be 10 inches from nose to More complete rules will be posted bond and the others remain in amount of drugs available and the
    -pound! class dise 1 trophy. tip of tail. available upon registration. custody in the Bradford County Jail. reduction of the losss of property by
    theft in the county which goes handin
    hand with the drug sales.
    OVER 10,000 EVERYDAY Sheriff Reddish further stated that

    W nn-Dzxle LOW PRICES he is pleased with the professional
    manner in which these cases are be-
    TO GIVE YOU A
    ing made in that the conviction rate
    LOWER FOOD BILL has been almost 100 percent
    Anyone having knowledge of drug
    COMPARE OUR PRICES-YOU'LL' LIKE THE SAVINGS! and/or criminal activity in this area
    is asked to contact the proper
    PRICES GOOD QUANTITY
    RIGHTS

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    : OCTOBER 15 21, 1987 -tM7 department is very dependent on the
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    YOU CAN COUNT ONWINNDIXIE Economic Impact



    FOR AN OVERALL Analysis Made for


    Bradford County
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    LOWER FOOD -
    BILL A preliminary analysis of the
    v retail trade area of Starke and Brad
    BLOI7DM O ford County, conducted by the Brad
    START SAVING TODAY __ ford County Economic DevelopmentCorp.

    cum PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATIONS: : radius., of showed Starke that there within is a populationof a 24-jnile

    __ 234,373 people with an effective
    'oop 8p STARKE 1 buying income of over $2 billion an
    470 W. MADISON ST. nually.
    "While Starke cannot expect to
    reap the benefits of that total buying
    EVERYDAY LOW PRICE EVERYDAY LOW PRICE power, nevertheless it is
    geographically situated to capture a
    fairly large share of this market,"
    WD BRAND U.s. CHOICE says Charles D. McKeown, executive -
    8 TO 10 LB. PKG.oor.MYI"t..N. .
    director of BCEDC.
    N CUT & WRAPPED FREE
    "An of annual sales
    / U. S. CHOICE \ \ WHOLE BEEF potential analysis done by a California con-
    JUMBO sulting firm in 10H4 found that within
    Ru-rAUU!T VIVATOWELS a 7-mile radius,grocery stores in the
    rw Rlctt..a ro..w.TEA SIRLOIN TIPS
    Starke area produced over $12
    million in annual sales," McKeown
    BAGS- added.
    "Our analysis of the survey of buy
    i ing power within Bradford County as
    o $157 a total geographic area, revealed
    food sales in excess of$30 million per
    $149 Sic year, representing a third of the
    24CT.PKG LB. total retail sales within Bradford
    REAL FOOD County," McKeown said. "An
    : ROll \\B I REAL PEOP FOR!! analysis of trends over the past
    three showed there:had been
    .Q years !
    .. . Il iill'i tl,i an increase of more than 33 percentin
    "
    E'YERYDAY'L' PR'I'CE' I food sales during! that period.
    o'W "Since we do not have access to
    the specific data in regard to Winn
    .t WD BRAND SMOKED PORK Dixie and other individual stores m
    the Starke Plaza it is impossible to
    NIIRzI HEINZ 57 SHOULDERPICNIC make an accurate estimate of their
    9ge 88 economic impact," McKeown said.
    S-OL tlttll "It is obvious however, that on the
    SAU C E
    BTL uiffe sales basis activity of continued within growth Bradford in Coun-retail

    ty, this new facility has had,and will
    WD RAND u.s. CHOICE BOMILISS
    (IN WATIR or OIL)LIGHT CHUNK continue to have, a significant impact -
    KELLOGGS Chicken of The Sealie SIRLOIN TIP $937 FISHERMAN'S ." economically on the community -

    POP TARTS II OLPKG.. 99 TUNA . 6ar ROAST . I It was pointed out that not only has
    I*. P KO.RiOULAR.. a Winn Dixie doubled its floor capacity -
    f Bf IF or THICK 1C FRESH-SEAFOOD 3 it has increased the number of
    ASTOR I.Lf$79 PEPSI WD BRAND JaLB. WE WILL GLADLY STEAM employees from 100 in the old storeto
    ''a""m 99 SEAFOOD PURCHASES AT NO atround 185 in the new Starke
    COFFEE . Bag COLA . Vft\? Dt" OGNA Plaza Marketplace. McKeown saId
    GROUPERTRACHARGE the new store would continue' to
    increase
    RIOULAR LOW CALORII All FLAVORS ,
    or U.S.D.AINS 'CTlDI9T( II L' PKO.I $ 99

    MAXWELL HOUSE $2 19 CHEK 68C FRYER 3 9 C TENDERLOINS. u if in both payments taxes and to the payments community for
    ,U,
    services provided by utilities.
    COFFEE . ewe DRINKS ITL' LEGQUARTERS LB $40149 public The increased employment alone

    SCALLOPS will produce more payroll which
    PALMOLIVE C COORS 6PK.$ 37 SLICE TD LB. will, in turn, produce a multiplier effect -
    22oi. 9 9 2 $158 AV STORES of from 2.5 to 3 times each

    LIQUID . SIZE. BEER . CANS BACON . u W ITHAFISHERMLAN'S WHARF payroll dollar being "recirculated
    .. within the community, McKeownsaid.
    .. .' ." q "There is no doubt that the new
    EVERYDAY LOW PRICE OLD FASHION 10-INC Winn-Dixie has had a significant

    IL. 0Eu..A1 SRf APPLE $2 99 community.economic impact on the

    \!! PIE The new Winn Dixie Marketplacein
    REAL PIT COOKto BAnBCCUl! . . EACH
    LITE.IFA! at NUTNA ROOM LITI!w NUTRA BOOV WHOLE SLAB OF Starke is the leader in sales in the
    JHIRMACKSHAMPOO JHIRMACKCONDITIONER BARBECUE SWIFTS BUTTIRBALL RIOULAI SMOKID Dill huge chain's division extending
    TURKEY $ 19 from central Florida through North
    VOO SPARE RIBS Z Florida and into South Georgia Withit
    IT
    BREAST serving as an anchor in the new
    t j "MOT TO GO FIJI AVAILA1U lot SO'IX1RA FIR PIZZA" Starke Plaza, several new
    ==z.-' $968 $968 $ 99 SAU1AOI.I"'.IFFIIONI MUSHIIOOMi businesses, including a Scotty's anda
    & CHEESE SHOP $ Fabric King outlet, have already
    IN SIZE SIZE 2 550EACH been brought into the central-Starke
    PIZZA FOR business district.

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    s' SUPIRRRANO Central Florida Hospice will
    : HARVEST FRESHPOMEGRANATES c ca ORANGE sponsor "Beginning to Understand:
    .. e 99C Death and Dying", a 14-hour
    ;.;. : . EACH -Ili R JUICE . . . GAL workshop open to all persons in-
    VINI RIPI SUPIRIRANO ALL FLAVORS terested In improving their
    """'" knowledge of care of the dying.
    : SELECTTOMATOES lam SWISS 00
    t C $1 Participants who have completed

    ' . . La Got YOGURT %P -SIZE i the become program hospice are volunteers eligible to apply and the to

    HARVISYPRISN ::131'0....BIIUXI.. 12...PARTY' workshop offers 12 CEUs to nurses.

    J' SWEET 2.c 4Nrrw DANO'S $ 99a to Workshop explore personal participants feelings will about learn

    _. I aPOTATOES -.- p La PIZZA . . . EACH tCi death and learn, discuss and practice -
    specific approaches to communicating
    11 J ; : _..: with the dying and their
    : Try our New 1 Liter Size i families.Specific comfort measures
    i for the dying and their families and
    t tI i ; S self signs and symptoms of approaching

    \{, I ;; LIPTON serve ; death The will workshops also be will discussed.be held at the

    j i Starke Branch of Santa Fe Com-
    24-CT. FAMILY SIZE : rL munity College on Thursday,Oct.15,
    from 9 a.m.to 4 p.m.,and Thursday,
    Oct. 22 and Oct. 29, from 9 a.m. to
    . I I TEA BAGS noon. To make a reservation for the
    workshop, or for further informa
    : I j 3 0 FF RT 1075 j fee coldbeverages For Jh'ter bottle tion, call 3382121. There Is a $20 fee
    for the workshop ($5 for CEUs).
    B REDEEMABLE ONLY AT WINN-DIXIE 1 North Central Florida Hospice is a
    ? rtfilttibl*
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    EXPIRATION DATE OCT. 21, 1987 General
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    a 1 fi FFA Members Win Forestry AwardsLake '



    Butler Future Farmers of Senior chapter FFA'ers par- The entire junior chapter team
    America (FFA) junior and senior ticipating in the contest were: Judy placed seventh overall on the
    chapter forestry teams won Woodall Jeff Williams,Lisa Waters, forestry knowledge test.
    numerous awards at the recent Dawn Walling BB Rogers, Jason Kevin Kirby and John Minshew
    district forestry Judging contest heldin Waters, Derick Thomas, Mitch placed 1st in the junior division cross
    Lake City on Oct 8-9. Richards and Randy Hicks. cut saw competition.
    Both teams did very well in their The junior chapter team placed Junior chapter members competing -
    respective( competitions with the first in the Junior division part of the were: Lanse Bishop, Kevin
    senior chapter team members BB contest and fifth in the overall competition Kirby,Cathy Tarleton,Darrell Grif
    Rogers and Randy Hicks (junior and senior division). fis, Terry Elixson, Jason Davison,
    cooperating to win first place in the John Minshew took second place Shawn Newsom, Josh Suggs, John
    cross cut sawing contest. overall in the land measurement Minshew and Britt Harrelt
    BB Rogers and Jason Waters won contest and Terry Elixson was just FFA advisor for the senior
    first placed in the log rolling contest, behind him in third place overall. chapter is Tom Williams. Junior
    and BB Rogers took 5th place Darrell Griffis placed fifth overallin chapter FFA advisor is Mark
    overall in the land measurement timber estimation. Bracewell.oooooooooooooooco.
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    Handy (Hicks.
    I !Members of the Lake Butler Senior Chapter Future Front row, l-r) Judy Woodall, Lisa Waters, Dawn
    Farmers of America Forestry Judging Team which Mailing, BB Rogers, Jason Waters and FFA Advisor > .
    competed In district events at Lake City recently were Tom Williams


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    Inmate Timothy Allen Leith,21, of Starke, Bradford Rescue
    Escapes From LCIA driving a 1972 Honda motorcycle, Answers 119 CallsA DEMO SALE DEMO SALESN
    was eastbound on SR-18 west of
    man serving a five-year Graham when a deer crossed the total of 119 calls were answeredby I I 3627 87 Monte Carlo CS V-8. AT, Air PW, PL \\1 I
    sentence for burglary escaped Mon- roadway in front of the cycle, accor- Bradford Rescue during the
    day from Lawtey Correctional In- ding to Trooper Donald Dean. Leith month of September according to list $14,992 YOUR COST $13,088SN
    stitution, a mimmum-to-medium and passenger Jack Wright, 20, of Director of Emergency Services I
    security prison. Graham were treated by Rescue 61 Cliff Chapman. SN 1556 SN 3627'STjblds
    Richard Lee Todd's absence ,was rand transported to Shands, according 70 .of the calls required the 1546
    noticed during a 1 p.m.head count at to Director of Emergency Seryices transporting of 73 patients while 49 98
    the prison. ..i Cliff Leith suffered required no transporhng.t '. 5 r
    Chapman.
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    Todd, 36, a white mate with'number a possible internal injuries. Wright Three runs were made by the RegencyBrougham .
    of tattoos, including a butterfly suffered a fractured right arm, said back-up unit. AT. V-6. PW PL
    a flower and one reading Chapman. The majority of the patients, 50, V-6 AT PW PL -
    'Love is me and you.' Damages to the motorcycle in the were transported to Bradford MUCH MORE Tilt Cruise LOADED
    Todd is a minimum security inmate 3 15 accident estimated to -
    : a m. were Hospital. list $15.455 list $20.396 --
    from Palm Beach County and be $800. Four patients were taken to r i list $15,036
    worked on the prison grounds with a Shands, seven to Alachua General Your Cost$13,3OO your cost your cost:
    horticulture crew. He had been at Feed Store Theft and one to North Florida Regional,
    LWI since August.Putnam all in Gainesville. Severn patientswere
    Solved By BCSOThe taken to Reception Medical $13,455
    $17,7OO
    Man Charged theft from the Old Glory Feed Center and one to Lake Shore in
    With Three OffensesA Store on St. Clair Street in Starke Lake City.
    has been solved. Illness related runs were made to
    28-year-old Palatka man was arrested A black man entered the store Oct. 28 people. Eleven people suffered
    on SR-100 south of Starke Oct. 12 and while the clerk was busy the trauma and another five suffered
    12 on multiple charges. man fled the store with money taken trauma resulting from automobile
    After causing a disturbance at the from the cash box according to in- accidents.
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    Michigan Ranch, Timmy F. Geiger vestigator Don Denton. Seven calls were to cardiac pa- ORIAN WELLS
    started running through the Through investigation a suspectwas tients, two were overdose victims ChevyOldj'
    neighboring yards,yelling,throwing developed and charges have and four people were dead III hen the :
    things and broke a water line with a been filed against Fred Sanders, 26, unit arrived. Hwy 301 Starke, 1
    bottle,according to Lts.John Demp- of Calvary St. in Starke, accordingto Twelve calls were cancelled and
    sey and Glen Moore. Geiger was apprehended Deputy Doug York The money two were false alarms, said (Chap
    after a chase by the has not been recovered. man.
    deputies through the woods. He was
    charged with criminal mischief, Pedestrian InjuredIn
    resisting arrest without violence and
    disorderly conduct. He was releasedon Sunday AccidentA
    his own recognizance.The .
    Melrose man was
    40-year-old
    had been driv-
    vehicle Geiger taken to Bradford Hospital Oct. 4 BRYAN'S
    ing was impounded and later iden- after he kicked a passing car.
    tified as stolen from Putnam Coun- Sandy Howard Darden, 31, of Fall Home And
    ty. Melrose was southbound on SE 43rd
    Woman Driver St.,changed lanes to avoid a backing
    vehicle, according to Trooper D. C.
    Charged DUI Roberts. A pedestrian Warugene
    In Lake ButlerA Mitchell, 40, was standing in the
    southbound lane.As the vehicle went Garden SaleSALE
    36-year-old Jacksonville woman by, Mitchell kicked at the vehicle, Hardware .
    was charged with driving under influence his foot struck the side view mirror.tie ,
    after her vehicle hit a tree was transported to Bradford by Good Through Oct 19th Sept 27.Margaret. Rescue, according to EMT's
    Thomas McLain was and Sellars.
    Freeman Register Clay Ferti-Lome
    eastbound on SR-121 when her vehicle 1 Gal Potted Shrubs
    left the roadway on the south Man Charged DUI fl RootDogwood
    side, going over a curb, according to In Accident 3 Gal. _
    Trooper Calvin Pace. The vehicle StimulatorTrees
    then travelled 40 feet before hitting a A <5-year-old Starke man was Peru
    charged with driving under influence Lome Azaleas
    tree.McLain was charged with DUI after his vehicle ended up in
    wilful-wanton reckless driving, a ditch Oct 7. Border grass
    and
    Embritt Lee, driving a 1984 Ford
    said Pace. 2.98 Dogwoodtrees
    station wagon was eastbound on SR- 9 9ea '
    Accident 100A south of Starke when he lost 4.99
    Cycle-Deer control of the vehicle, according to 1 PT. Boxwood
    Sends Two To Hospital Trooper David C. Myers. The Ford Shculd always be used
    transported to traveled north and into a ditch. Lee Reg. 8.99 Red tipLigustrum
    Two men were the accident. with{ new plantings or
    Shands in Gainesville alter their was not injured in
    motorcycle struck a deer Oct 8 west Bond was set at $.)f>250, he was Average 4" Tall transplanting Limit 10 Please
    his recognizance.
    released on own
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    Kerosene heater with safety shut-oft switch guards and
    800 N. Temple Avenue Stark easy-to-fill front tank. Provides out 9,600 BTU's of heat.

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    Regular' BufUt j In Full Bloom Averaqe 4" Tall
    Lunch Mont 93X0 We serve Regufar Menu Also

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    Classes Set For Fall


    The Bradford County Community Education, a division of the Bradford
    T'b County School Board announces fall classes which will be held at the Vo-
    Tech Center. All of these classes require pre-registration
    .4.z:1&\ Advanced Flower Arranging, 10/20-11/17 Tuesday $15.00
    bL,4t : __ Advanced Cake D'-'Coratmg,10/29-12/J: Thursdays $15.00
    (This class will be doing Thanksgiving Christmas and tier cakes.)
    1 i Computers for Beginners, 10/26-11/16 Mondays $17.00
    TLU1 Computers for Beginners 11/23-12/14 Mondays $17.00
    -Advanced Computers, 11/4-12/9 Wednesdays $35.00
    (Must have completed Beginners Course)
    ? % ti, Child Care Certification (20 Mrs.),End of October $5.00
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    at a later date.

    tT. r,, Beginning Cake Decorating $1500
    E11 F r tit i 4 : Amateur Couponing/Cash Radio/Novice in Trash License $15.00 .

    1 } .Senior Citizens/Defensive Aid1Jfolnterested Driving "55 Alive"CPRFirst

    in any of these classes, please call the Vo-Tech Center,
    964-6150 or IKM-BltlM, ext. 122.

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    Ready for the Arts Festival... Chiropractic Center

    Members of Dr. April O'ColIIlE'I'sl'uhlic Speaking'lass are doing their Sean G, Smith, Tommy Crosby, Eric Starling and Donna Langley 218 Walnut St.
    part to make sure the upcoming Santa Fe Community College Starke Arts ...JUST
    In the rear from left to right: ;Melissa! Thucker, Wayne {Cribbs Kelly Next to Chamber of Commerce
    Festival a big/ success. Baldwin, Brad (Green Tommy Parker I.t'uhIu..st'y: Richard Kellog, G11'E US
    Members of the class will, be putting on a comedy presentation called"Cinderuilch :Matt A CALL! 964-4957
    Bryant, Lynn Barber James :Messer Puula Van Ellen and :Maria
    goes to Halloween"' both mornings of the show Oct. 2 -5.: Thomas.
    Members of the cast from 'left to right on the front row:: :Michelle{Clark
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    Doyle Archer Funeral Home. encouraged to remain in as much especially for their work, adds an If the surviving relatives wish it, The bathtub of basketball star Wilt Chamberlain holds
    20 times
    control over their own lives as muchas important dimension by providing the Hospice team also provides more water than a normal tub.
    Hospice Program Unique conditions permit. Most! Hospice additional services for the patient counseling for the surviving family
    North Central Florida Hospice offers workers say the extent of the of the and family, including writing letters members, who are ready to help the '
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    terminally ill patients and their services provided is determined by for the patient reading to the pa- families recover and rebuild their t &j 'WARMfJl:" : NtER, ;0; r '''i :
    families physical emotional and the patient and the family. tient,shopping for groceries or runn- lives. '
    spiritual support as they near the !Making visits on a regular basis in ing errands to just sitting with the The organization a licensed --
    end of their life. the home the nurse helps both the patient and being a friend. Medicare Hospice Provider, bills
    A specially trained Hospice team patient and the family understandthe There are alos many other ser- both Medicare and private insurersfor Dearborn .
    which is on call 24-hours a day illness and teaches necessary vices the Hospice organization can their services. For eligible patients
    seven days a week, assists the patients home nursing skills. The team keeps arrange for the patient, including sp- Medicare pays KM) percent of GAS HEATERS I
    under their care to live in a the attending physician informed of pech, occupational and physical the allowable charges. Many private COMPLETELY 1i, < A
    ,;,comfortable pain-free environmentat the patient's condition constantlyand therapy; homemaker; nursing insurers also cover Hospice expenses. INSTALLED WITH !:."l'n.fTIJ-
    their.own homes if possible. can arrange for other requested assistants; and medication as appropriate The organization will also f'r
    'I' <: : The team teaches both patient and services at any time such as medical under !Medicare benefits. bill directly to those without in GAS JUST _
    family about the illness, what to ex equipment and supplies. The Hospice team also draws from surance however, spokesman say .
    pect, and how to deal with its limita The Hospice team volunteer, who some other community service no one will be denied Hospice Care $298.. I'i
    tions. has been selected and trained organizations for some of these due to inability to pay.
    The Hospice program gives patients North Central Florida Hospice has
    the alternative between tradi- served over 400 people in this area
    tional hospital care and staying at Hail Entry tot STKAWDUnitY RUN since 1979.
    HEAT
    6679 County Rd. 21<> UP TO 5 ROOMS CUT
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    For information call 1-372-4321
    home. Koystona Heights, Ma. 32656 ,
    Once a patient and their familyare ext. 4223.:
    accepted for Hospice Care a lI..a Aga_ S.x_ HEATING COST BY 50%!!

    specially trained team which includes Addroee TANKS MSTALLIO
    a medical director, nurses E-Z WHEELS OVER 2O MODELS... TO PROM IS TO WOO OALS.
    City_ St8\ Up CHoose '''0. VEMTEO.'
    social workers counselors, clergy INVENTED HEATERS CALL TOOAV FOR
    and volunteers goes to work. Enclosed Is $5 :yt O :*5""" Ilun CJ T-ahirt alia circle one) child N AND FURNACES LP-GA S LOWEST FRICEJ ftln MW.
    1320 N. TEMPLE AVE. STARKE 2ND ST. GAINES Val
    Adult: M L XII .
    and .
    In the beginning, a nurse '
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    social worker make an initial assess horoby rolcaca tho North Central Florida llonplae, Ino. and all r csponsors .'STARK!, : ",IimaHiji! !!. ii'iijij.! .! .!.!iiiiljiiiiiil.; !
    nnd waiver any and all cluina for ayealf and any liena acainatabovo '
    and the 964-7783 [19647725 .
    ment of the patient's ;
    for any injuriuo, illnoutt or douth which say diroetly or Indirectlyrouult .
    families' needs. Treated with dignity from .y purtlaipa lon. i AX" .1: GRIFFIS GASINTRODUCTORY 'I

    and respect throughout the time Buy Here Pay Here -71 4J40' 1 ;J1u
    the patient is contacted, he or she is ---JltS/STOuT": --rrr: -
    We Finance -
    Ccnlel Now Leasing Ir under 10, Paronfa Siunaturai

    Business PhoneEquipment --S2UNATU11U' -DATuNaka '8.1 Chevette, 4 spd. :

    REAL NICE ,
    chocks payola toi STKAUuimitY RUN .-" I
    t $595. down E-Z Payments
    After a seven-year absence Cen-
    tral Telephone Co. of Florida is getting 70 Fairmont Station
    ,;. back into the leasing of small -' "
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    Auto.
    business telephone equipment. The Wagon, 6 cyl
    new offering will address the needsof $495. DN. E-Z Payments
    small to medium-sized businessesthat
    prefer the advantages of renting 78 Dodge 3/4 TON
    their communications systems. FOREMOST- PRICEWISEQe Conversion Van 1 1
    This leasing program went into effect I
    $595. DN. E-Z Payments
    Aug. 12, 1987. 'p. _u.f'+ Goods
    "This is a very exciting U4- THIS IS A GOOD BUY!!!
    program," said James White, ThfCJ
    Centers general customer services combine to bring you Gc. manager. "It allows us to provideour SOLID WHITE
    customers with choices based on $.195. dn. E-Z Payments
    LOWER PRICES .
    their specific needs and re _
    quirements. It also helps to reposition -
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    Centel as a full-service Jim 7 Canadian
    telecommunications company. Beam Seagrams Mist i SPECIAL FROM CULLIGAN
    Crown
    Monthly charges will be based on
    a flat rate of $8 per line and $12 per 't .
    ) station. That charge includes 8f'fJ 99Liter A A
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    Little Peeple Observe Fire Prevention...

    ; Little Peeple Day Care Center set aside the week of Oct.1-t to observe
    Fire Prevention Week.
    During the week they made crafts such as fire trucks, fire hats, fire
    dogs and a variety of coloring sheets.
    __ Rusty Barrett and Rex Siemer of the Starke Fire Department visited
    : the day care center with a fire truck and firefighters gear. Following a
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    x Bear.
    Little Peeple pictured are Nlchole herring Dawnnita Herndon Tam-
    my Jeffers. Danny liaise), Jamie Mosley Mark Mosley, Joshua Paris
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    ArrestsIn The former Civil Defense Buildingwill TerwillegarMotors
    Bradford house the patrol as well as the
    CountyThe Driver License Office after October .
    following arrests were madein 20,according to Sgt.David Goodner.Driver's .
    Bradford County by local ;
    authorities. : fa-
    License '
    New and Used Cars & Trucks
    Harry M.Vanutrecht of Eilenville, Moves To Edwards Rd.
    N. Y.was arrested Oct. 9 for fleeing .- : 206 W. Madison St. Starke
    attempting to elude a police officer, Effective next Tuesday, Oct. 20, i
    according to Trooper W. M.Abrams.He the Starke offices of the Florida 96472OOEddie
    was released after a $262.50 cash Driver's License will be relocated on
    Edwards Road. Starling
    bond was posted. Sharing the facility with Florida CLOSE OUT PRICES ON FLOOR MODELS DEMOS

    Carlie R. Manning was arrestedOct. Highway Patrol troopers, they are
    11 for possession of marijuana, both in the former Civil Defense SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSS
    according to Game and Fish Com- building at 830 Edwards Road. : 1NFARED.
    mission Officer C. R. Cory. He was The hours remain the same,Tues- ,
    released after a $262.50 cash bond day through Friday 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Let the Good Times Roll :
    HEATERS
    GAS
    was posted. Manning was arrestedon ,.
    Farm Tram Rd, Raiford tract of Again j
    the Wildlife Management Area. FliP Troopers 15-30,000 BTU EFf nn.
    Continue License, ( KM
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    Anthony DeWayne French 25, of (
    Vehicle Inspections i ii
    n Get The Martin Infrared
    Starke was arrested Oct. 11 for petit ,
    theft (retail theft),..accordmg.to Bradford CountyThe A.J.fl : i Advantage, Instant, a
    Patrolman Susan Wilkerson.French Florida Highway Patrol will Precise Efficient Heat!
    was observed leaving conveniencestore be conducting driver license and ,: Live Music returns To "n" a: 1i ,
    with a bag of Snickers which vehicle inspection checkpoints during (
    had not been paid for, he was later the week of Oct. 16 through Oct. ( i:
    located and identified. Bond was set 22 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18, : The Econo Lodge Lounge ; fro148
    at$210 he was released on his own SR-16, CR-18. CR-16, CR-21B,
    recognizance. CR-225, CR-125, CR-229 CR-231, 1(
    CR-227,CR-221,CR-230 and CR-100A 1( 1i
    Bell Sellers,24,of Lawteywas 1i
    Thomas in Bradford County IM CARTQriirj
    MOST NEW
    :
    arrested Oct. 9 on a warrant WEEKENDS, beginning Friday SOME HEATERS ONE-OF-A-KIND
    violation of probation for Union CountyThe (
    attempted charging lewd assault, accordingto Florida Highway Patrol will Oct. 30th & Saturday, October : "'"--::: VENTED GAS
    14. Glen Moore. He was released be conducting driver license and 31st. u;

    after a $1,000 surety bond was vehicle inspection checkpoints during ,.. i: E .
    posted. the week of Oct. 16 through Oct. -, ,,''' ": 1: F- jJI HEATERS4.t
    22 on SR-100,SR-121,SR-231 SR-241, \ OQ I tI.I" ''J.3.l ', i (
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    Charles Douglas Clark Jr. of SR-238 CR-18, CR-237, CR-229, 1( f BTU
    Ouval County was arrested Oct.9 for CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR- ., 1i i: : 35-70,000
    failure to pay child support, according 796A in Union County 1
    to Deputy Gene Lee. '

    Traffic $1. per person $358MARTINAIRE

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    James W. Conroe 53 of Bradford Dorman cover charge _A : INOUBTriIEH '
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    County was arrested Oct. 8 for driving Well & Septic Tank inc.
    Minimum Age 21,7 : QUALIFIED BUYERS
    while license suspended according INSTANT CREDITTO
    to Sgt. David Goodner. He was Wells Waterpumps ID'S Checked
    released after a $210 cash bond was Septic Tanks Lift Stations DRINK :
    posted. Culverts Dozer Work SPECIAL 11
    Septic tank sand &rock : IOW NIGHTLY
    Hutson Green Garrison of Starke Econo i l TOP VENT COUNTERFLOW
    was arrested Oct.9 for driving under Call: Lex Jones 259-6268 or
    influence, according to Trooper 275-2OO4 Lodge ECONO LODGE ills WALL FURNACE
    Abrams. Garrison's blood alcohol Dwight Jones 275-2354
    content was .18 percent. Bond was
    set at$624.50 he was released on his "For all your water&sewer tip US 301 N. STARKE 964-760O

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    25 arrested ... ,. "
    David Alan Wilkins, was .
    Oct. 12 for imporper tag ,' ', "
    operating a motor vehicle with
    license a suspended Florida
    foreign "" i'* We feature just about
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    license, according to Trooper David Y11l T
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    Bond set at$303.75,he r- every conceivablemodel
    C. was
    Myers. I -="' ,size and style
    was released on his own
    MOIMtlPIIONV heater to meet any

    recognizance. Man 24' x 52' Doublewide IE!;! ............._..oc.. .. ....'.", need. We will assist
    Lake Butler :,..i you In selecting the
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    Hits Tree on CR250A ; right heating system
    Air
    Furnished Skirted *
    22-year-old Lake Butler man's Ifflj 1 for more heating rooms.one tenor

    1981 Ford pickup westbound on 3
    Conditioned Washer/Dryer
    CR-250 east of the Columbia-Baker Call Now For Low Installation Prices
    and
    County line,rae off the roadway
    into a tree Oct. 4. Bedrooms 2 Convenient
    Jack David Crawford was apparently Spacious DON'T CHOP WOOD ANYMORE. TURN UNUSED
    not injured in the accident, DRAFTY FIREPLACES INTO A BEAUTIFUL EFFICIENT
    according to Trooper Calvin Pace. Baths Formal Dining Room SOURCE OF HEAT.
    Damage to the pickup was$2,000.

    Keystone fits. Man Eat-In Kitchen ,* Extended

    Arrested in StarkeA

    24-year-old Keystone Heights Warranty Delivery & Set-DR
    man. awaiting trial in Clay Countywas e
    arrested in Starke Oct. 1. F lJ Ask About
    Edward Salsbury was l
    charged Douglas with no valid driver license, 4tY: U Our NewDesigner
    possession of cocaine and possession $183. o1'ogo 1t
    of drug paraphernalia,according to bet per month Gas Fire LogsSTAYWARM
    Patrolman John Hodges. Bond was /'
    set at $1,000 on each charge and

    Salsbury recognizance.: was released on his own aye W/$250. down J I>'ys aS THISWINTER* BUY NOW.

    Salsbury Is awaiting trial, \ S -"ek
    scheduled for Oct. 19, for drug F JRIIe & 4y 1O SQIwfFJdwas.
    charges in the Dominquez case in
    Clay County. Salsbury is charged
    with conspiracy to traffic in cocaine, SI
    according to Clay County
    authorities. .
    Bradford FIIP 1 1 GAS oV APPLIANCES*

    In New Offices W. MADISON ST. PH. 9647701HOUHSl
    5332 .
    Florida Highway Patrol has a new Mon.*M.t-7 .ruMThon5 & t-ll Noon

    home in Starke as of Sept. 24 they
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    Obituaries/ / -- -. -- -:..... Unwanted Phone Solicitations Can Be Curbed

    Commercial in listening to a sales presentation. If
    Commissioner of Agriculture and $1.50 a month.
    Doyle Conner has urged the public to solicitations may not be made at aUto the response is negative, the caller I
    Mr. Elmer AdkinsMr. Halatka and Robert, Raymond andCharles of Keystone First Assembly of God take note that Florida's new phone unlisted telephone numbers. must immediately end the solicita

    Elmer O. Adkins, 84, of rake Rev.-ls, all of Jacksonville; Church Box 1306, Keystone Heights, solicitation law went into effect October The law does not apply to tion. said "this I
    Butler, died Tuesday night at the and four grandchildren. Fla. 32656. 1. charitable appeals not Involving the Commisioner Conner I
    Services were held Sunday,Oct. 11 goods or services law will not stop all unwanted calls
    Alachua General Hospital in The law passed by the legislaturethis sale of consumer relief." (
    Gainesville following an extended il in the Archer Funeral Home Chapel spring puts certain restrictionson nor to news organizations coveredby but it would provide some
    lness. with Rev. Calvin Childers of CARD OF THANKS telephone solicitations and pro- freedom of the press guarantees, He added "Unwanted phone
    Born in Lake City Tennessee, Mr ficiating. Burial followed at Sapp We the family wish to extend our vides a means for subscribers to indicate and does not prohibit merchants solicitations are consistently among
    Adkins lived most of his life there Cemetery in Raiford. Archer thanks and appreciation for all the in phone directories for their from making calls to their the most numerous consumer com-
    Lake Butler four Funeral Home of Lake Butler was in to receive for other purpsoes. plaints we receive each year. They
    before moving to kindness that you showed us duringour area that they do not wish customers in this
    years ago. He was a retired electrician charge of arrangements. time of sorrow. Your prayers such calls. Under the new law, commercial also inspired?, the most to entries be a Law'
    from the U.S. Civil Service anda cards flowers and food made our The Division of Consumer Ser- solicitors must immediately identify year's There Ought

    Protestant. ...'m ......... .c,.. ",. ." burden a little lighter. May you con- vices of the Department of themselves the business they repre- contest ment's sponsored Florida by Consumers'the Depart-
    Survivors include his wife, Mrs. tinue to pray for our strength and Agriculture and Consumer Services sent, and within 30 seconds must ask I
    : Ann Barrick Adkins; three sons, love. (KDACS) has the responsibilityunder if the answerma nurtiv Is interested Council.
    Paul J. of Dublin Ga., James E. of : i+ Family of the late the law to investigate complaints -
    I Macon,Ga.,and Ernest L. Adkins of .J I Gussie Mae Jones Lane and authority to bring legal liulll! "cantor
    I Lake Butler; two sisters, Mrs. Nada action which can result in a court- Luxurious. Contemporary Custom Homes Fully InRulolod.Li'
    Gross of Lake City, Tn., and Mrs. ;,I '.4 imposed civil penalty of up to I Unique in design and price! .a Thermo pun window.
    lone Amos of Jacksboro, Tn.; and .\ $10,000. =-- Colhodrolroillnse
    CARD OF THANKSThe Kit Form or Erected Shell E.lorlor dock.:
    six grandchildren.Graveside j Conner suggested that subscriberswho InUirior uraiKn flexibility
    services were held Oct. jJ J family of Betty Jane Prevatt do not want to receive phone IWYMe- For FREE presentation call:: FiiAVAAcnPi
    9 at the Old Providence Cemeterywith \ JI Martin would like to express our solicitations contact their local
    Rev. Ennis L. Harper of- thanks and appreciation to everyonefor telephone company and make arrangements John E. Curing United Realty Starko office:964-8447 homo: 473-3627
    ficiating. Archer Funeral Home of j their prayers cards, food to have that informa-
    Lake Butler was in charge of ar \\ flowers and kindness during the tion included with their listing in the
    rangements.Mrs. I sadness of losing our loving next directory. The law states that
    daughter, sister and mother of the fee for this service must be the
    2;vim"MOTOR
    Grace BarnesMrs. { three-Robbie, Philip and Nancy- same as for other extra entries, SHELL FIRE & ICE

    Grace E. Barnes, 62, of and wife of Kenneth Martin. which generally rang between $1
    Olustee, died Thursday in St. Lukes j Special thanks to Jones Funeral OIL59c
    Hospital after a sudden illness. Home of Starke and staff.
    Born in DuPont, Ga., Mrs. Barnes I The Rowell and Wordna Prevatt Girl Scout NewsLeaders
    lived in Olustee since 1956, where family Union
    she and her husband operated a bee from Bradford ;
    ) at 11
    Oct. 2-3 (Friday/Saturday
    and honey farm until their retire- spent 59
    ment.She was a member of the First I Girl Scout Camp Kateri near Orange
    Baptist Church of Lake City and a Springs. The overnight was spent at TER QUART
    member of the Minnie Lee Chapterof Denver R.Devrlck the Bunkhouse Unit where delicious PER QUART AFTER REBATE
    Order of Eastern Star, Lake City. Hospice Offers meals were prepared during a train- A FFERREBATE
    Survivors include her daughter, Mr. Denver Devrick Grief WorkshopNorth ing/fun session. Songs, games and
    Laura Owen of Lake Butler two Devrick 74 of exploring the area were enjoyed in
    ; Mr. Denver Ray Central Florida Hospice, a beautiful weather.
    the
    addition to
    grandchildren and two great- died Wednesday,
    Keystone Heights
    division of Alachua General Hospitalin Cooking was done on Buddy
    grandchildren.Funeral Oct. 7 in Bradford Hospital followingan
    held Sun- Gainesville, is offering a special Burners,an alcohol heater,charcoal
    were
    services attack.
    heart
    in the of Archer Funeral apparent Pad West grief support workshop to anyone grill and charcoal bucket to .
    day Chapel Born Sept. 13, 1913 in needs in dealing with Table
    who support of
    cooking
    Home in Lake Butler with Rev. Virginia, Mr. Devrick moved to demonstrate types __
    the death of a loved one. and preparation __
    Melvin Owen and Rev. Robert K. Keystone in 1960 from Islamorada. held settings graces
    be
    will
    Davis officiating. Burial followed in He formerly lived in Starke from The workshop were all part of the training for'seasoned' .
    21 at Keystone
    Oct. loaders.
    Wednesday and new
    Olustee Cemetery in Baker County. 1950 to 1959. He was a member of United Methodist Church, 1-5 p.m. Participating were Neighborhood +
    First Assembly of God and
    Mr. Jack RevelsMr. Keystone The program will provide informa- Chairman Andrea Abrams, Senior .
    the retired owner/operator of an s
    the and stages of grief, Dukes, Cadette
    tion on signs Advisor Judy '
    Jack Tanner Revels, 60, of automotive parts business. He was a through mutual sharing and Junior
    support Leader Eaves
    Carolyn
    member of Moose Lodge
    Melrose, died Thursday morning at charter
    Brownie
    his home after a brief illness. 7157 in Logan, W.Va., and a Past new Two beginnings.clinical social workers from Leader Leaders Joan Mary Carlton Looney and, Bobbie

    Born in Dunnellon, Fla., Mr. President of Starke/Bradford North Central Florida Hospice will Field Director Sharon
    and
    Howell
    Revels lived in Melrose for the past Chamber of Commerce ((1953)). conduct t the workshop.
    ten years. He was retired from the Survivors include his wife,Chessie will be served. Brooks. IoInu FBI*Id 3000-5W-M,An SF'CC.' Lo*.
    U.S. Army, was a veteran of World M Devrick; daughter, Vicki E. Me- Refreshments Cadettes Visit Cumberland .,. .PoVaa7000'1EWra Nwmub.M..."........h_API 4rKC.tYn_........... .Abprr.lumwm.me.Yh pabdNbLw'tl nd FormuU.ipKUl M bMnddmad -oil IDftMirtwtwnih .
    War II, and a member of the Cedar Call of Keystone; sons, Larry R 4010 prafcn MIDI IMY.ilwnpWrywYAn! :: ..':,.. Mlpm.,- wxW-nrmn.dm.d.:; :
    Creek Baptist Church of Jackson Devrick of Atlanta and Michael Cadette Troop 520 spent last Friday M wbwd. Th.dhbbm.*>..arid.and nand kiM" ) *.MmAnwnun by lh..dr A-.......pM.W.........wxw..,....f..A.dwamnwdd...........b,mwng .
    ville. He was a member of the Devrick of Louisiana, Mo.; brother, on Cumberland Island where 'MMoiwM cthlv.':*AIM'.h.manulMtum nqutrmmulor Yaw" ::otw wtd lor mtyMdr.WYnbwlw ihm*vnginm| op r inK tn MYd.ItiRidmum
    Lawtey Masonic Lodge 189 and a Cecil F. Devrick of Pt. Pleasant, W. they were almost blown away. The tnovl uMtinnpmrcj .c'd0M.. :: wet bm:: ....
    of Stevens of wind on the beach side of the Na- FmtkixuovnvjociUwiMwfuryvu { *la:IU.W.-I.-..
    member of Morocco Temple Va.; sister, Orpha I Nbpwwa Mu.lrY..rddlpd ID prwM nlut| .trk and dnptfnrynu
    Jacksonville. Lakeland; and 8 grandchildren. tional Seashore was 'fierce', otherwise I ._ y..b UMHMW too
    Survivors include his wife Ruth L. Funeral services were held Saturday 1 the weather was perfect (for
    Auwers Revels of Melrose; two Oct. 10, in Keystone First the fairy ride and the hiking inland) Available in lOW 30, lOW 40 /ms.
    daughters, Karen Warren of Assembly of God with Rev. Ken PIp- which made the outing great fun for and 5W 30
    Keystone Heights and Jackie Revelsof pin and Rev Earl Thompson of The first Presidential news Sarah Looney Melanie Trimble
    Melrose; two sons, Jack Bogl of ficiating. Burial was in Keystone conference to be televisedwas Pamela Patterson and Carolyn Solo Prices Good Oct. IS Nov. ISTorodo
    Austria and Fred Rigdon of Dall, Heights Cemetery under the direction held by President Eaves. As always the desire at the
    Texas; two sisters, Juanita Hall of of Jones Funeral Home.In Eisenhower on Jan. 19, end of the day is, why can't we camp Shell US 301 & SR 100, Starke
    Keystone and Rae Rhoden of Tam- lieu of flowers his family requests 1955. here?

    pa; four brothers, Cecil Revels of donations to the building fund .mm;..r..."""'".......................................................-.'....................... ....... ........................:: Torode Oil 213 South Cherry St., Starke

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    RENTAL PROPERTY WANTED regardless ONI BEDROOM APARTMENT close to OPPORTUNITIESOWN PHONE 96 .7776
    of condition. Call 964-4910. 9/24 4tpd town heat pump for heating and cool- MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS A* Iowa. 205 N. Temple 1m I
    stark
    10/13 Ing. Ceiling fan modern recently $14.99 p.r month. Call 964-6946. tfn YOUR OWN APPAREL or shoe _
    LADY TO LIVE IN my ham. with m.. remodeled walled patio off-strst NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum.
    tore, choose from ,
    : J.an.port.w.ar.ladl.
    Must cook and clean. Call 964.6329. available soon. 961.8601.ar M.a.ur. 24x36". 23 cents each. Great mn't children/mater Cecelia Terwllle ar
    r.arklng. apparel ,
    10/8 2tchg 10/15 ONE best time to call. 10/15 TF for 133 patching W. Call St.and 9646305.repairs. TELEGRAPH, oily large sizes, petite, .....NEW LISTINGS.....

    BEDROOM HOUSE furnished ALICIA HAY new hay $25. D.liv.ryavail dancewear/aeroblc, bridal lingerie or ZONED COMMERCIAL 145'xl65'. located In the enterprise zone, close to
    MOBILE HOMES $200 clean AC month yard maintenance$100 Includ.d. obi.. All hay In barn. 7 mil.Westof accessories store. Add color analysis, hospital GREAT ACCESS. 25000.
    FOR SALE deposit Call Stark. on Rd. 16, Jimmy Gasklns. Brands: Liz Claiborne, Gasoline, ULTIMATE IN EXECUTIVE LIVING Stucco ft block beauty with 3400 S.f.. 6
    TRAILER 961.7625.Itpd 10/13 9648356. 8/27 TFchg Healtex, Levi), Lee, Camp Beverly Hills, yrs. old on 2V4 acres In Lawtey area. Spacious..Elegant..Prestige! I
    BR. newly IN COUNTRY remodeled for rent: 12x60 :2 GAS STOVE 36 Inch $75. Phone St Mlchele, Chaus, Outback Red -GREAT LOCATION Good frontage Hwy 1OOW and Hwy 225.40 plu. acres.
    AC nice
    MOBILE HOME FOR SALE quidor.o Genesis' Forenza Organically Grown
    rent to own 1 child 96.1.568.924 TF EXCELLENT NEIGHBORHOOD Palm St., 3/2. brick new roof carport
    your own mobile horn. Several to month plus deposit.maximum.964-6714.$235 p.r IIMEROCK, FILL SAND hauled and Ov.r 2000 oth.r.. Or $13.99 one price new Carrier heat pump large screened porch utility shed extra lot.
    choose from. Call 468-1323 for Informa 10/15 Itpd spread. 782-3172 Allen Taylor designer multi tier pricing discount or LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS, PRIVACY PRICED RIGHT! Keystone, beautiful

    tion. 10/BTF .. THREE BEDROOM MOBILI HOME I'/i lawtey. 9/24 TF family shoe store. Retail pricyunbeliwable Spanish style home, 3450 S.f., 10 acres, sprinkler' system, 4 BR, 2'/ ba for.
    1120 SQ. FT. DREAM HOME on 1 acre, baths, on shaded ocr. lot CHSA CHEST FREEZER: 13 cu. ft.. Kenmore. for quality shoes normal. mal LR, fully equipped kitchen, Ig. FR brick fireplace, patio pool ceiling
    from $19 to $80. Ov.r
    ly priced 250
    $440 month.10/15 Call Steve, 2720650. 10/8 completely furnished 2 miles from good condition. $150. 468-2897. 10/8 brand., 2600 styles, $14,800 to $26,900: fans, 2 car garage, n.w roof zoned Agrl., 2 a..um. mtg., $135,0001
    2tchg town on country road. No Pet. $260 2tpd 1015FIREWOOD -CONSOLIDATED HOME ft OFFICE OR APT Cozy comfortable 2 BR 2 Ba
    NEW ft USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy per month plus $100 security. 9647554. FOR SALES Oak and pine. opening Inventory alrfor.training, etc., fixtures Can grand IS brick, 2424 sq. ft. on 5 acres, Intercom central vac, CHAA celling fans, attic
    Wells at ASW Mobil op.n
    964-S476.
    Hornet 964.6407 10/13
    Itchg
    10/152tchg 10/22 fan fully equipped kitchen enclosed: porches, Buck stove, 436 ft.
    Mr.
    days. Loughlin ((612)) 8886555. Itpd
    or 964.6408. 8/14 tfnrw TWO SUGAR CANE PATCH for .0''.. Good
    BEDROOM 1 bath CH/A carpet. lops garage 616 .q. ft. separate office or apt. lawtey area.
    EXCELLENT CONDITION Eoty terms. $235 plus security. Call 964.6680 after 3 .oft chewing can. Will sell for right FREE ADVICE on starting buying -CROSBY LAKE LOT 100 ft. on waters edge, 19800.
    ..t and delivered.
    $5500
    up Call Steve, 10/15 price. 9647008. Itpd 10/15
    p.m. 2tpd 10/22 managing a small business Is available .....COMMERCIAL.....
    2726827. 10/8 2tchg 10/15 ANTIQUE DUNCAN PHYFE SOFA
    24 X 60 DOUBLEWIDE all LARGE CONCRETE BLOCK HOUSE In condition. 9644546. good In Starke on October 23 from the UNF THOMPSON ST: 11,362..f.. brick ENTERPRISE ZONE Benefits $ 80.000
    let In Olin'sSubdivision. Itchg 10/15
    Ready to move up Into. country on 2.4 ocr:. 473-2157 or 2-TON MOTOR HOIST and motor stand. Small Business Development C.nt.r. 301 N: 1.5 acres, MH hook-up, 2 bldgs, 240'on 301, great value $ 37,000
    468-1168. 10/13
    13800. 4tchg 11/5 Excellent For appointments call the Bradford 301 N: by Econo Lodg.165.01' on 301 $120,000
    Financing available. Call condition. $300. 9645169.
    964-5606.6/11 tfnchg EFFICIENCY$135. DW APT $140. House, 1 BR. Itpd 1015FORMAISt County Economic D.v.lopm.nt Corp., 301 N: approximately 150 x approx. 220' $125,000
    Mobilhome
    In Lawtey 964.7375.tpd/ 10/15 301 N: Dairy Queen Building lease option $ 93,000
    2 DOUBLEWIDE REPO'S Financing $300. Mobil. home In Starke. $275. Size 3." and 4.5. Excellent
    available. FAMILY BUSINESS 2 day a month can. 301 S 193'301 frontage $
    Call 1-272-0625 coll.ct. tfn Small apartment from $163 and condition. $35 each. 964-6644 after 6p.m. : 85,000
    2 USED DOUBLEWIDES low paym.nl. William D. Tiffin Lie. Real Estate up. Itpd 10/13 dy and nut route, $7,500 for equip 301 and Washington Street. 262.5 x 105' $ 91,500 I
    Low down payment. Call 1.272.0650 Broker 9645065. Itchg 10/15 1977 MAVERICK 4 door 6 cvl., AC, m.nt. For free Information call 301 S: 135 ft. on 301, approx. :2 acres. $150,000 I

    coll.ct. tfnFACTORY STATE EMPLOYEES: need home close to 60,000 miles, $1095. ALSO. Baby Bed 1-800-843-0778 Mon-Fri., 99. Itchg ....ACREAGE....

    DIRECT! Fleetwood hams your work? W. have clean mobile $50. 473-4508. Itpd 10/15 REAL ESTATE RD. 100 EAST: 1.37 acres, wooded and platt.d $ 7,000 ,
    old wholesale In Jacksonville at FAC ALICIA HAYi Fresh cut, $25 roll. All
    homes avoilabl. "68.1323.10/8 TF a 105th AVE.. LAWTEY: 2 '/, ocr. cleared $ 8,000
    TORY OUTLET. 9800 Normandy Blvd.open THREE BEDROOM HOUSE and 3 BR trailer hay under barn. 7 miles from Starke on OUT OF AREA HAMPTON 438 ocr... This property has everything $438,000
    7 days 7834607. 9/24 TF for rent In 2 miles Hwy. 16 toward prison. 964-6167 or
    country. out. LAWTEY: 5 acres, 105th Ave.. good Investment $ 13,000
    DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE 7823727. 6/4tfn
    HOME
    on
    one ocr.
    9648661. Itpd 10/13
    MOUNTAIN LOT NEAR ASHVILLE, N.C.I RD 100 E: 12 acres plus fish pond wid.open spaces $ 26,000
    land In city. $500 down and take ALICIA
    HAY Fr..h
    ov.rpovm.nt. NEW MOBILE HOME. 14 ft. wide, central cut $25 a roll. All
    for sale Good FLUME RD.: 9 ocr. loin. Country Club. Condos? Time Share $ 49,000
    .. 1.351.2038 b.for. by owner. road pow.rand
    6 p.m. heat and air furnished. Must see hay under barn. 7 miles from Stark. on
    Itpd 10/15 "68.1323.10/8 TF Hwy. 16 toward prison. 964-6167 or phone are already In, mobile, RV'sor SR 16 WEST: approx 7 acres $ 13,000
    THREE BR MOBILE HOME 1 3/4 both 7823727. 6/4tfn home O.K. E-Z terms. Call Jim OKLAWAHA RIVER: 3 beautiful acres, river frontage $ 15,000
    Camp.n, 704-684-2691 eves 10/1 6tpd LAURA CHURCH RD., 40 acres, 1970 MH 2 barn.,
    FOR RENT
    partially furnished FP&L with carport
    11/5 Swells, farrowing $
    75,000
    p.n
    8 garage, fenced In backyard.
    NOTICE PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.: 20.16 acres, 3 wells,
    $250/month plus $SO deposit. 6
    RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 p.r month lease required. 9648407. 10/8 2tchg mo. ANIMALS & PETS :2 septic tanks, 2 poles, owner finance $ 50,000
    and up. Coll Su.an F. Faulkner Broker. 10/15 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should' b. ..ub.mllt.d Or will split each $ 27.000
    Owner at 964-5069 or 964-4048 TF FOR SALE BROWNLEE RD.: 36.43 acres, owner finance, great location $ 82,332
    MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT Come visit to the Bradford County BAYIESS HWY: 50 acres, from. home ft egg farm '
    OFFICE ON 301 Contact Ron Denmarkat the New Mimosa Manor. Check Telegraph office In writing and paid In
    us out. Owner finance, "eggs-actly" what you need $250,000
    FREE KITTENS to good ham. 911 W.
    9645516. 6/25 tfn look at all the advance unless credit Is already
    2 ft 3 BEDROOM HOUSE $250 and $350. 964-7498. 10/8 TF Improvements. established with thi. office. Pratt St.. 9644288. 10/1 3tchg 10/15 .....HOMES..... ''t

    Call 964.5377 after 5.30 p.m. 10/1 TF MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 2 BR, 1 both THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD BABY COCKATEILS hand-fed. Ready for DEERWOOD S/D: brick 3/3. pool $135,000 I
    FOUR BEDROOM unfurnished house, unfurnished clean and private. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN your ham. 4311106. 10/8 2tpd 10/15 MIMOSA DRIVE: brick 3/3 custom built 90,000

    $350/monh. No pets, lease. 313 N. Responsible' adults only $225/month CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER POLK ST: Slnglewlde 2/2. CH AC unit $ 14,000
    Walnut St., 964-8404. 10/133tchg 10/29 plus $100 security. 9645938. Itpd 10/15 1 THE TELEPHONE. MENG DAIRY ROAD: 4/2. 2 story 12 acres $ 85,000
    MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 1 bath AC. 1 acre, Classified/ deadline Is TUESDAY. STROUT REALTY SAMPSON LAKE: 3/2 1985 DW fireplace, high lot $ 50,000

    SiBS month, $150 security. Responsibleadults NOON prior to Thursday publication. Incorporated EDWARDS LOOP: 3 BR, 2 Ba 1 acre, let's go country $ 62,000 ,;
    only 964-6479. 10/1 TF Classified display deadline TUESDAY Lie. Real/ Estate Broker ALVAREZ COURT: 2 BR, 1 Ba, landlord off your payroll $ 20,000 :
    FURNISHED CLEAN 2 BR mobile homes, REAL ESTATE 5:00: P.M. Special Classified display 831 N.Temple Av.U.S.( 301)) FRANCIS ST.: 3 BR, 1 Ba, CB privacy fence In back $ 33.000 .
    no pets, accept small children. Also efficiencies FOR SALE placement Is NOT Guaranteed. Storks Fl 3201 ORANGE AND PRATT: 2/1 from., handyman'*dream $ 25,000

    available weekly 9648810. Minimum charg. for classified ads IsIS BROOKER: 3/2 brick and from. Shady Oaks S/D, extra lot $ .....000 .
    Mchg 10/15 words for $3.50 then 15 cents for 964.8931 473-3096 MENG DAIRY RD.: 2.25 acts. 3/1 CB CH/A..o near $ 40,000
    MOBILE HOME IN WALDO 2 BR CH8A OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and each word thereafter 1454: 3BR Iba. 427 C.nlor St. $26.000 CROSBY LAKE CANAL: 2 BR 1 Ba CH/A, frame $ 41,000
    unfurnished utility shed $200 dry wooded lots. Mobil. home, cabin
    no pets.
    1455: 2-story ((4)) apt. bldg.. EppersonSt.
    O.K. After Hours
    month ht.la.t. and deposit. 4681509. camping Hunting and fishing. .
    10/8 2tpd 10/15 $5,450 w/$150 dn., $63.71 monthly. PERSONALS $55.000. Paulin.Randolph 964-6123
    ADULT PARK Clean 2 BR mobile home, ((904)) 236-4579 days ((904)) 622-2438 1374: Day care business, a steal at John Longford Appraiser ""-2291

    '/ mil. from city Nice neighborhood. .v... 2/12 tfnVACATION 18000. Ann.T.rwlll.gar Nelson 473-7541
    4681323. 10/8TF ALONETT Call BRINGING PEOPLE 1373: 6-spac. MH rentals, 3 BR home Randy Cory 475-2597
    TOGETHER! Starke's most respected 4 BR home, reduced!
    FOR RENT OR SALE 2 BR mobile home RESORTS OR
    with living room addition on lorg. lot. dating service since 1977. All ages Including 1411 : Southern Estate home on 5

    Lake access on Sampson Lake. Call RENTALS senior citizen ocr., lawtey. Reduced!
    964-8218 after 6 p.m. 2tchg 10/15 1-800-648-4401. tfn We Have Rentals
    COTTAGES, Fully furnished. Daily Both Residential & Commercial
    HOUSE FOR RENT Nov. 1st. In city un weekly monthly rates. Also mobile

    furnished concrete block, 2 BR, 2 bath home park space for rent and hamsor ll .
    CHSA carport utility room and } sale. MT. VIEW RESORT U.S. 64E. 'I IHighlands 1fW-.1fI'! .,.........w. ......,. ._. ._._._._._._. _. 'jnnmiijumijEXPERT New Homes Window

    workshop. 9645392. Itpd 10/15 Rd., Franklin N.C. ((704)) I Room Addition Painting

    524-4605. 6/11 tfnchg I I : AcceIerare .Remtyfnc. : ADVICE Carports New Roof Systems

    \ ON ALL' F-YOUR] .CutDrlckor Pool Enclosure

    Work Vinyl Siding

    : : .BUILDING NEEDS Call Today! .
    964-4544 1 r r I 1 T tT I rn .v
    rr 964.6766

    1520 s. Walnut St. m. u _. _
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    v I A I (Hwy. 301 S.) LJ.:! of North Florida F. Ii! I":.,..P B B r Q 1'i I I II

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    REALTOR Corner Lafayette & Hwy. 301, Starke I M.".'._.JI4'T'j" 1.u..T.-

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    ./ Homes / Lots ./ Acreage */ Waterfront

    fi ./ Farms ./" Commercial

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    Susan M. Faulkner GRI CRB PRESIDENT .
    OWNER FINANCING renovated 4BR/2Ba frame CH/A. new r

    rE1Jil !F !f1L rE1( PYJ; { carpet has 1 BR/1 Ba apartmont w/separate entrance acres. '
    BLUEBERRY PLANTS & PECAN TREES: 3 BRl1 Ba frame and IC

    3BR/2Ba doublewide. patios & carport, well & septic, 6.92 acres. .
    W. Street
    Located Hwy. 301 2 Bikes S. SR.100 221 Lafayette
    CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES: 1,416 S.F. in this 3BR/2Ba block .
    964-4522
    CH/A, drapes & carpet, large lot, lake privileges.LIVE .
    REDUCED $26,000 6 acres, several buildings, on property with studio apartment STARKR, FLAppraUatsv
    THE SATISFIED COUNTRY LIFE: On this 41-acre farm, ,
    & office/ building.
    HOUSE ft 6 FURNISHED APARTMENTS all units are rented. Approx. 1 acre. 3BR/2Ba block, family room, fireplace CH/A, swimming pool, r r -

    Call for a ..hawing.e 32x36 cypress barn, well & septic. .
    NICE 1 3/" ACRE: build home or put mobile home, paved rood owner flnoneing SPACE PLACE: VA assumable mortgage on this 3BR/3Ba brick

    on 4 lots, formal living & dining rooms, family room w/fireplace. r 1 r
    NICE 24 ACRE OF LAND partially In pasture ft balance wooded. Has nice
    screen porch w/BBQ grill, CH/A, swimming pool, guest house .
    large stocked fish pond. wibath. Call and make appointment to seel
    SOO FT. ON PAVED ROAD mostly pasture, fenced lovely building site with .
    RIPE FOR A TRANSACTION: Buy and complete this 2-story '

    pecan A oak trees. white cedar 5BR/3Ba home, formal living & dining rooms, s ;
    *CHERRY STREET 2 story house and 2700 sq. }t. versatile CB building. .... .
    BRICK VENEER 3 BR, 2 Bath ov.r 3/4 acre, CHSA opprox..2300 sq. ft., fene- recreation room, utility, large front and back concrete porches to* fU fcl rkc <>, LTor'n*. iConjm*rei I ;*; BtUin >>

    ed utility house, close to town. 7.6 acres, paved street. SPECIAL
    *OVER ONE ACRE nice area out past hospital with well and septic. NORWEGIAN BRICK: 3BR, 2Ba, dining-kitchen combo, CH/A. School and
    .
    '.6 ACRES: Beautiful wooded land with appro 500' frontage on 301 N. range & refrig, carpet, 1200 s.f., well & septic, 1.5 acres. REALLY NEAT HOMIII Walk to South ids Elementary Hospital

    REDUCED commercial building only I Vi yr. old 3.000 sq. ft., 2 office/ units ft 2 DON'T RIDE-WALK I Schools and shopping close, block, 3BR .HOMES IN COUNTRY.ONE .

    workshop areas with bay doors, fenced. 1 1/2 bath, living room, dining/kitchen combo, central heat, nice
    HWY. 301 N.I I'/i acre, approx. 200' frontage. lot. OF THE FINEST 3/2 doublewldes built on 3 acres of manlcur.d land on a

    BRICK VENEER 3 BR 1'/. bath, on Clark St., only 4 yrs. old. paved road with a .Id. acc.... $49.900.
    remodeled 2 with nice trees ft landscaped LIVE BETTER FOR LESS: 3BR/2Ba block, large living room $18.000. '
    *LOOKS GOOD ov.r 100 years old. story -JUST REDUCED 2 mobile homes on 2.9 acres, good Investment.
    family room, CH/A, range, refrig & dishwasher 1839 s.f., front
    yard. Only $32.500. OWNER SAYS GET OFFER Doublewlde. 10 acres of good land $"7.000.
    *4 BEDROOM, 3 both large lot, assumable mtg. (if qualified). Let us show you yard fenced, 1 acre. MOBIL HOME AND If PLUS ACRES Private, but only 10 minutes from Starke,

    this ham. today. $54,900. GOOD BUY: Old fashioned frame home in Lawtey, BR/1 Ba, 3/2 doublewlde with larg. open country porch, on 19 acres of privacy.

    *LARGE LOT nice larg. master bedroom 3 BR, 1 bath, only $33,500.. large living, dining & kitchen, large front porch, city water & -MOBILI HOME WITH ADDITIONS built on plus many extras. South of Starke on

    *COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Hwy 301 S. Coll for details. septic, large lot.DOUBLEWIDE. 2.5 acres. $32,500 with owner financing.A .

    *24x 0 COMMERCIAL BUILDING has equipped mobile homes on :2 acres. : Like new 3BR/28a split floor plan, great room SPECIAL BUYS 2 BR. 1 Ba, CH4A on major highway. 26500.

    Hwy 301 S. Ready made Income. w/freplace! and cathedral ceiling CH/A, range & dishwasher IMMEACULATE mobile home 3/1, CH4A. on one acre.
    CB ft Brick nice 1
    1'A bath veneer on
    GRAHAM all this for $36,000: 3 BR workshop. 2.7 acres. -OWNER FINANCED Immediate occupancy. 2 BR on 1 beautiful acre $13,000.
    acre, chain link fence, utility building. Need lots of ?Ov.r 2.000 s.f. In this better than new
    IN TOWN Only $26.000: 4 BR. 1 bath. :2 utility bldgs.. kitchen equipped. A HANDYMAN'S HAVEN: 2 story 3BR/2Ba. large living/dining CRYSTAL LAKE AREA space
    BUY OR LEASE PURCHASE Country living, 3 acres, 3 BR, 2 baths, nestled area with fireplace, city water & sewage available. brick home. 3 BR 2 Ba. CHA. on 2 lot. $110,000.
    LAWTEY AREAS 3/2 CB. CH4A. approx. 1500 s.f. on 1 acre. 53000.
    under oak ft pecan trees, large workshop.
    .HWY. It West Has It all. Immaculate, 3 BR, 2 bath. 24x64 custom built. SELECTED PROPERTIES LAKE LOTS 'LAND BUILDING SITES.

    Fireplace, room addition, kitchen equipped workshop garage, fruit tr.... -II ACRES On SR 16 S Morgan Road. Seller motivated.

    Owner will consider financing. 10 ACRES Pecan Grove, Metal Bam,Well A Sepu'c.2 Power Poles Fenced. -TWO LOTS-CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITESi $8.800 for both.

    HWY. 100 W: 83 Acres, less than $1,350 per acre. 1 ACRE Hwy 100 W,Zoned for Mobile Home. KINOSLEY LAKE VILLAGE 2 lots REDUCED TO $5.000. ,

    LAKE BUTLBRi 40 acres, only $675 per ocr., on rlv.r. 2 CITY LOTS Northeast Section ONE LOT ON BROOKLYN LAKE COVES Beautiful beach. $30.000.

    10 Acre 13ih Street,MB.Pecan Grove. LAKE LOTS on Sampson Lake.
    Commercial I Residential Rentals Available! LAKE GENEVA Urge lot.on the w.terl! SAMPSON CITY AREA Deer hunting Is good on this 13 ocr... Heavy timber.

    Lake, $32.000. Owner financing.
    Close' to Sampson
    of our professionally trained 10SJ ACRES Northeast Alachua County. Some with financing.
    Call one COUNTRY CLUBS Building lots from $6500. owner
    staff today at: 10 ACRES South day County,Residential-Agricultural. LAKE HOMES.
    LAKE LOTS Crosby A Sampson Lakes,Owner Financing. .
    value. J
    white beach. Below' appraised
    HOME shady lot with sandy
    : 2.U & 435 ACRES Near Graham .Zoned for mobile homes. RICK on lake. Ju.t minutes from
    964-5069 EXCITING CONTEMPORARY HOME on very private
    LARGE AREA OF 'Northeast Section of City. Starke. I

    or after hours call HWY 301 SOUTH 5 Acres near Eariton Beach, :210 ft. on Hwy. MAUTIFUl LAKE HOMES built by Warren Stevenson Const. Co. Private showing* ,

    HWY 301 SOUTH: Separate Parcels.: Good business locations.COMM. onlv. '
    ;
    REALTOR ASSOCIATES EVENINGS BLDG.. Approx. ".000 SP floor space.IF -TWO STORY 3 BR, 2 Ba, CH&A, dock and boathouse, 115000.

    Irene L. Faulkner 964-5142 rn For A Complete List Of Our PropertiesCall
    TOtm MIND M Oil HEAL MTAT-THTJKM ISXATKOMAU
    Our
    Lucille Spry -------964-8420 TOtnt NUT aTOP AT JtCCCLCKATKD OfficeWe 1 I.

    Bobby Biggs-'-------964-7331 REALTOR Invite Inquiries On Our Other: Properties 1ii ii fj fjI











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    Armed Forces...


    Starke. Baimes CompletesAF
    Keystone Heights. Basic Training

    Airman Kenneth W. Baimes,
    whose mother and stepfather are
    ,-.. -I" -_p- Mr. and Mrs. David Keys of Tampa

    HOMES FOR SALE HOMES FOR SALE HOMES NOTICE YARD SALES has training graduated at Lackland from Air AFB Force Texas.basic

    FOR SALE the six weeks training, the
    THREI BEDROOM "house with 1 large BELOW APPRAISED VALUE BR, 1 Bath CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted GARAGE SALE Fri. A Sat.. Oct. 16 ft 17. airman During studied the AF mission
    bath, aluminum tiding, flr.plac., and CH&A fully assumabte mortgage at B to the Lak. Region Monitor office 9 a.m. 6 p.m. 5883 Whit Sand Rd., and customs andreceived
    separate garage. Locat.d North of 3/4%. Call 964.4718 after 5 p.m. or all 2 BR, 1 BA with 2-car go rag., P.rf.ct for In writing and paid In advance fort boat, 5 hp motor, Honda 350 motorcycle organization in human
    Stark on Morgan Rd., 9645169. Itpd day weekends. 10/153tpd 10/29: retired couple Easy walking dlitance unl... cr.dlt It already ettabllthed : 5 mud tlrei & rim. 10X15 IT,. special training
    10/15 to n.w shopping center. 29999. Call with this office. dishwasher furniture, dishes, A much relations.His .
    9645606. 4/30 fin MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD more. Itchg 10/15 grandparents are Mr. and
    THREE FRAME HOUSES for tale: On. 4 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN GARAGE SALE Sat Oct. 17. Dishes.. ,. Mrs. William Pritchard of Keystone
    : David Lawson Paint & Body Shop BR on. 3 BR, and on. 1 BR. Need CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER toys, books, records and other Heights. The airman is a 1987
    repairs. All thr. 95000. Located at THE TELEPHONE. household Horns. 270 Josmlns Ave,. graduate of Keystone High School.
    315 N. Walnut 9648404. 10/15 3tchg Clattlfled deadline It 11:00 a.m. priorto after 9 a.m. Itpd 10/15
    Insurance Collision Work Free EstimatesCR 10/29 Thursday publication. RUMMAGE SALE Fri & Sat. Oct. 16 8 Pfc. Michael Stormer
    Minimum charge 'It 15 words for$3.50 17Ba.m-Sp.m. Jones Funeral Horns Stationed in Texas

    229 NW 28th St. 964.6133 "" th.n 15 ants for each word thereafter. r.or parking lot. 1 llpd 10/15 Army Pvt. 1st Class Michael S.
    YARD AND PLANT SALE .& Sat.. Oct. the
    Stormer has participated in
    16 S 17, 8a.m. 5 p.m Some furniture,.
    --NOW clothing bedspreads, misc. 7549 Golf NATO-sponsored exercise. Returnof '
    PERSONAL SERVICES St., behind KHHS football Held. Itpd Forces to Germany 87
    HERITAGE VILLAS RENTINGKEYSTONE -- 10/15 (RBFORGER).

    YARD SALE Sat., Oct. 17. 9 a.m. ?. The exercise was designed to
    700 Bradford Court in StarkeR PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile From KH right off SR21 onto 21B at Mr evaluate plans and support
    hornet, pools, deck, sidewalk. Free Mac' Restaurant go two block See agreements between NATO member
    VILLAGE ..lImat... Call Rob 4733590. 3/5 .Igns. Itchg 10/15 nations,to exercise West Germany's

    will be ocepted for APARTMENTS tlnchg BIG YARD SALEi: Jon boats, 5 hp motor. ability to support deploying forces
    application LAWN MOWING Trimming, edging. of
    Honda 350 motorcycle, 5 mud tire & and to test the ability European-
    n.w one'and two bedroom apartment 1-2-3 Bedroom Patio Style Call The Lawn Barber. 4733590. Fr. rim 10x15 LT, dishwasher, furniture, based units to quickly link reinforcing
    for Initial occupancy In Octob.r, 1987. Apartmentsfrom Estimate 3/5 tfnchg dishes, much more.,5883 White Sands units with their prepositioned
    CARPET CLEANING C 8 B Carpet A
    Rent from $220 month plus tutlIItl.s. Road 4734139. Frl and Sot. llchg: equipment.
    p.r Per
    $220 !MonthLOCATED Upholstery, truck mounted deep I 10/15 Stormer is the son of Helen M.
    Located 700 Bradford 4737770. Fr..
    at tteam extraction
    IN Stormer of Keystone. He is an air
    Court In Stark.. For rental Information ..lImal..7/30.10/15 craft fire control repairer with the
    REPAIR service, low
    KEYSTONECLUB JET SKI good
    call 813-443-3251, E.H.O. prices Ask Jimmy or Steve on Sat. or HOMES FOR RENT 1st Cavalry Division. Ft. Hood Tx.
    ESTATES Sun. 4753282. 4tpd 10/1-10/22
    INSULATED WELL HOUSES from $100. NEWLY REDECORATED HOUSE 2BR
    EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY CALL 14X20 garage on slab from 3995. carpeted tiled, bathroom & kitchen --- -
    4734385. 3tpd 10/8-10/22 new appliance 4732919. 4tchg
    ODD JOBS BY RANDY remodeling and 9/24-10/15 li
    reflnlshing, light hauling. 473-1148 HOUSE FOR RENT 2BR I'BA.'' Fla. r
    FOR SALE 473-36(5)82 leave a menage. 4tpd 10/15.11/5 room kitchen furnished 4732919.
    .. _. addition 4tchg 9/24-10/15
    HOME IMPROVEMENT repair I
    Fill Dirt Top Soil .1It NO or complete building. 30 years HOUSE ON LAKE GENEVA 2BR furnish
    experience serving Bradford and Clay ed. 4732455. 2tchg" 10/8-10/15
    .s.ur n..erreie ...." unll... 4734018. 5/28 tfn PARTIALLY FURNISHED CABIN ON LAKE
    Limerock"Tractor
    Small Loads of
    a 29 .
    Large or
    FLOOR SAGGING? Door Dragging BROOKLYN available Oct. Apr. Very
    Bulldozer Home out ol level?? LaRue Levelingservice nice 5225 p.r mo. plus utilities .
    Work Backhoe for all your foundation r.palrs.473.7721.791fnchg 4734590. 2lpd 10/8-10/15 .ti
    FOR RENT 2BR. 2BA home In town
    964-6182-964-5823 964-6095 CLEAN USED CARS COMPLETE HOME REPAIR: carpentry fenced yard $400 a month 1 yr lease
    '87 Cavalier C-L pointing electrical plumbing. 473.2102.2tchg 10115.10/22
    $9950. Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor, COZY FURNISHED STUDIO APT. FOR
    $11,430.13 RENT low yearly rates, dock
    RB0049306.. Call Mitch. 4733940. 8/20 -
    '87 Cavalier CS TFchg available, located on Lake Geneva

    Year End Closeout $10.090. IS $8550. utilities 10/15.11/5 paid 4732919. 4tchg

    '87 Cavalier CS MISCELLANEOUSPACK QUONSET HUT FOR RENT 2BR 2BA on

    $0100. IS $7350. lake Santa Fe. $225/mo. 475.2883.Itpd .
    RAT Buy sell and trod. collectible 10/15
    Salei" '86 Cavalier CS Item and antique Used furniture,

    :! .. Exc. Condo $6995. glassware, jewelry and much more. TWO BEDROOM HOME on Lake GenevaIn Airman Kevin Sievers
    .' .. ,"'' Come tee for yourself. On. mile east Keystone. AC. screen porch no
    "--- 87 Celebrity of Keystone Height on Highway 100. pets. $395. 17866044. 10, IS 4tchg"
    ... 11720. $9750. 4732183. 3/5 tfnchg 11/5 Sievers Completes
    BROWN'S FLOORING CARPET AND AF Basic TrainingAir
    .. '
    ... 87 Chevy Corslc'al1.mn .
    VINYL SALES AND SERVICE installation HELP WANTED National Guard Airman Kevin
    $ IS $9950. and repair All work guaranteedand E Sievers, son of Carl B. and

    Best Boat bargains of the yearVIP '87 Chevy Berretta 4737933.priced 8tpd to 8/27.10/15 cave you money HELP WANTED Evenings A Weekends : Dorothy J. Sievers of Keystone
    $13.513.13 $10,65O Apply at Wharton Food Mart between Heights has graduated from Air

    _-I 11S-90 llassboat. 15.4' Bissboat. 85 HP Tilt &Trim. '87 Olds Delia 88 ((1 In stock) WANTED day 10 a.m., SR 21. 2 8 p.m 100. Monday through Fri AFB Force, Texas.basic training at Lackland

    Motorguido trolling motor. Super 60 depth finder. $15.450.13 $12,550 AIRLINES NOW HIRING Reservationists. Airman who complete basic train-
    Trailer prop batteries rigged &ready 57,300. '87 Olds Clera Brougham Was WANTED USED JET SKIS AND PARTS flight attendants and ground crew ing earn credits toward an associate
    $15.44G. $11.950 ask Jimmy or Steve on Sat. or Sun. positions available. Call 1.619.56',6492 degree through the community college -
    18' Center console 125 lIP tilt & trim. Calv. drive-ont 475.3282.4tpd 10/1-10/22 for details. 24 "hrs 3tpd 10/1.10/15 of the Air Force
    loaded fish. S9995. '87 Olds Cutlass wagon TEENAGE BABYSITTER WANTED 2 daysa Sievers is a 1987 graduate of
    trailer to
    ready
    13570. IS $9980. CARSDO week 6.8 firs weekly Begin Oct. 21 Keystone High School.
    at 4:30 p.m. 4739728. 2tchg
    18' Center console-w/Calv.drive-on trailer 6995. '87 Olds Toronado ((2( In stock)
    ; .. ." YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR PICK UP? 10/J5-; n. N
    $2 .05.t. 'IS' $14,950 We buy. Call Dale or Paul at Austin COSMETOLOGIST' WANTED to lease
    DTI50 '87 Olds Cierra Motors. 4732720. Stpd 10/28 beauty shop 473.4826 Itchg"
    4-
    I97S TOYOTA COROLLA STATION 108.1015FEDERAL.
    Was $13,900. IS $10.488 STATE B CIVIL SERVICE JOBS
    ALUMACRAFTSTOTTCRAFT '87 Maverick 16.1' Basskoat. 2 to choose from Prices WAGON 5 >p., good transportation
    '86 Buick Skylark CS $500.473.2730. 2tchg" 10/8.10/15 $14.707 to $ *..81y.or. Now hiring
    start at 35,995. CALL JOB LINE 1-518-459-3611 Ext.
    ,, IS $8450. 14 ISUZU IMPULSE good condition
    Was 10520.
    loaded 5800. 4739135. 2tchg F3339A for Info 24hr. 3tpd 10/15.10/29
    '87 Super hawk ((1)) only; 4O HP TM. Battery drive-on CLEAN USED TRUCKS 10/15-10/22 FULLTIME SECRETARY knowledge ofbookkeeping

    trailer rigged. 1.895.. 86 Silverado Pick-Up Keystone United.helpful. Methodist needed Church" at r
    FOR SALE
    $10.488 Call the church office at 4733829. '
    '87 V-lSt Bassboat. 70 HP Tilt &Trim rigged & read A t, :
    ;;
    '86 Chevy C-10 Silverado Mon., Wed.. or Frl Itchg 10/ IS
    to fish ((1)) only 57395. COUCH IN EXCELLENT CONDITION WANTED housework honest & no
    '[AV. [PI, V-8 AT. Al r $99OO. motorcycle Honda 400 utility trailer drinking. 4733075. Itchg 1015ACREAGE

    BAJA '86 164 Sunsport Ski boat 70 UP tilt & trim. Drive-on '87 Chevy G-20 Beauvllle FOR 473.3192.Itchg SALE baby clothes 10/15 cnb/mattres. .

    trailer rigged S8.495. B $15,950 bumper pads, comforter baby's
    '85 Chevy S-10 Bonus Cab lounge chair all in good condition. }
    112 Predator Bassboat! ((3)) to choose: from fully rigged. 5 air $5588. 475.5689. Itpd 10/15 5.7 ACRES IN OAK FOREST Call 'LAirman
    AGGRESSOR Prices start at S5.295. spd. TOPPER for 5.10 truck or Ford Ranger. 17787380. 4tpd 10/1-10/22
    '85 Chevy S-10 Tahoe 4751854. Itpd 10/15

    155 Bass Champ ((1)) only. Fully rigged 45 HP. trailer. V-6 AT $75OO. FOR 15"SALE drill press- Craftsman& 14" jig 6".aw.joint.r$400cosh.-planer. MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT

    Trolling motor battery. $6,195. '85 C- 10 Silverado 4734211. Itpd 10/15

    V-8 AC, AT [W, PL $9450. ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER Smith Corona MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 12X64, ."- i
    '88 172 Magnum 150 Suzuki drive-on trailer trolling 3 additional trucks Typtronlc, automatic correction cvllent condition screen porch car
    motor battery rigged boat show demo. $10.995. system excellent condition Includes port fence, utility shed.. central air and
    '86 Izuxu Space Cab manuel cover A 2 print wheels $200. heat $275/mo. 4734019 after 5 p.m.
    STARLINE $6250. 473.2502 or 4733788. Itchg 10/15 4tchg 10/15-11/4
    170 I/O 3.0 litre trailer, loaded S8.995. MUST CO! MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 2BR 1BA Brince Wade
    ORIAN WELLS fenced-in yard furnished. Private area
    Chevy-Olds Ads $250 475-5664 alter 6 p.m 2tchg Wade CompletesAF
    Classified
    HWY. 301 N. Starke 10/15-10/22 Basic Training
    Get Results MOBILE HOME FOR RENT OR SALE 2BR Airman Brince D. Wade, whose
    964-7500 located In Highridge' Estates $200 or and
    mother and stepfather are Mr.
    Call 4733432 4732087.
    $15,000. or
    Mrs. Robert W. Clarke of Hampton
    10/15
    Itpd has graduated from Air Force basic

    training at Lackland AFB, Texas.
    TACKLE & MARINE Durrance Pump & Supply PERSONALMAY During the six weeks of trainingthe
    airmen study the Air Force mission -
    U.S. 301 North 864 N. Temple Ave., Starke Q THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS be organization and customs and

    *Well Drilling L adored glorified loved honored and receive special training in human
    Pumps Plumblng 4! praised throughout the world now and relations.
    forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus pray for
    Wade is 1987 of
    a graduate
    i\ u*. St. Jude maker of miracles pray for
    .
    964-7061 ;.. Hawthorne High School.
    ...... us. Blessed Virgin Mother.. pray for us.
    Say this prayer nine time a day, by the..
    Florida 32068 ninth day your prayer will be
    3070 Blanding Blvd..l\liddleburg. r answered. It has never been known to Pfc. Danny Berry

    mile south of : IIwy 21)) fail. Publication must be promised. 5.5,
    (One Middleburg on a Q 0 Itpd 10/15 Completes Basic

    Phone: (904) 282-3115 or 282-3116 Army Private Danny L. Berry
    ALL FREE ESTIMATES AND HOMES FOR SALE son of Joan and John Clemons 01
    TYPES ROOfiNG Lake Butler has completed one station -
    of (374-144 or home 485-1556) REPAIRSROOFING MELROSE BAY Victorian elegance, unit training (OSUT) at the U.S.

    LICENSE RCOO5-O7O7 INSURED BONDED lakevlew 8 lake access. 3BR 2BA, 1 Army Infantry School in Ft. Benn-
    acre of land 65000. Bargain price ing, Ga.
    .
    "' '\ 1-829-2426 daytime: 1.305.293.7523 OSUT is a 12-week period which
    E k I evenings. 21chg 10/8-10/15 combines basic combat training and
    Ii advanced individual training.

    ----
    PINE FOREST APARTMENTS
    Mpw
    NEWLY REMODELED
    f .2 and 3 BR Apt. Now Available
    y FOR RENT by the night, week or month s1ojI I 2 BR from $180-5274 plus utilities. 3 BR from $200-$302 KANE CYCLE REPAIR

    C.ntral heat/air and appliances furnished
    1- .
    r e Parts a AccessoriesUS
    .) 1530 West Madison St. or call 964-6312 Cycle Repair

    11,: G L. '1 Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Equal Housing Opportunity 301 N. Starke 964-5805


    I Sport fairings KIWI helmets }

    _. .-.-.-.-.-
    : _.-.-.-- $45.50 full face air vents

    ; Elixson Wood Products Inc. $59.50
    Chain Lube OPEN: TUES-SAT.

    ''f if J 5 YR3. EXPERIENCE
    $2.50
    ,. Cypress Mulch and Pine Bark Carlisle TIRES

    130-90-16 $59.95 Cylinder Boring

    You Pickup or We Deliver Face Shields J Continental Tires $20.00

    :, I f We Also Have 1 2,50 130-90-17& 69.95 ATV & 4 Wheeler


    Walnut Street ri&f J Red Heart Cypress Lumber |, Oil$1,99 Fillers j Antra Te Downs $18.50 Tune-Ups repairs

    I across from post office Starke t y l .III.J j jM.

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    BOATS HELP WANTED YARD SALES NOTICE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

    RENT/LEASE

    BORUM JET BOAT IB ft., 460 C.I. Ford LICENSED RN NEEDED at Whlsperln( SATURDAYS 8.5 p.m., new and Died CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted 200 Years of ProtectingThe

    engine with chrom. "goodies", drive- Pines Car. Center. 3.11 charge nurse. Itemi. 619 W. Adkint, off Orange. to the Union County Times office OFFICI AND WAREHOUSE SPACI

    on roller. Extra sharp Lt. full-tim.. PRN. LPN's needed. EOE Itchg 10/15 In writing and paid In advance Located In Union County Times. ConstitutionThe
    blue/metolflake. MUST SELL. Reducedto Phone 9646220. Experienced need on MANY CHILDREN CLOTHES adult. unless credit Is already establishedwith building. Call for Information.

    $4,500--Make offer! 782.3660. TFm| ly to apply. 2/12 tfn clothing; 1 gal. landscape plant., $1 this office. 4962261. tfn.
    EXPERIENCED CARPET SEAMER for each. 2.5 miles down Sampson Lake THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT HELD United States Constitutionis
    Trestle Rd. Saturday 8 tll? 9648319. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
    doublewides. Call 7823003. B/20TFch; INSURANCEMAINES in the National
    displa3'
    WATERFRONT PROPERTY safely
    on
    ENJOY WORKING WITH DOGS Full and Itpd 1015GIGANTIC CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER for
    part-time positions available. 6 day] YARD SALE Saturday. 9." THE TELEPHONE. INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E. Archives in Washington, D.C.

    SAMPSON LAKI ESTATES lake front week. Call 485.1174. Itchg 10/15 p.m. Household Items, baby Items, Classified deadline Is TUESDAY. Main Street Lake Butler 4963978. all Americans to see. However,
    and lok. access lots available from NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for tmal clothes, sewing machine stereo, bicy NOON prior to Thursday publication. Complete Insurance Service. 4/10 tfn there were some times during the
    $9000. Zon.d Ret/mobile home. 3 '/. engine mechanic. Apply In person at cle. 750 Glendale St. Itpd 10/15 Minimum charge Is 1S words for S3.SO, document's history when protect-

    miles west of Storke on beautiful Bryan Ace Hardwar., 473-4006 BRADFORD FARM BUREAU Women's then 1S cents for each word thereafter. HELP WANTEDCAREER ing it wasn't so easy.

    Sampson Lake ((2000 + acre) Excellent Keystone Htt. 10/8 TF Kidney and Youth Protect I. holding a Then Two after it was
    : years
    sale this Saturday Oct. 17, 8
    yard
    and Fantastic |lob
    fishing skiing boating. LAST CHANCEI
    904-964-7755 demonstrating for the world's Number am.4 p.m. beside Badcock Furniture. FOR SALE OPPORTUNITY for sewing signed in 1787, the Constitutionwas

    v533.2038 Owner/broker B/13tfnchg One toy ft gift company. A few openIngs Itchg 10/15 machine operators. Offer 2 weeks paid put into the custody of the
    left. Also booking parties through CLOTHES SALE children's from 18 mos. vacation Insurance plan 3 paid newly created Department of State.
    964-203C. to 4T, nearly new. Sears Christmastree. STORAGE HOUSES Need extra storage and profit sharing. Experiencehelpful shippedthe
    LAND FOR SALE November. Call Iris today 10/15 ? We have 5x10 and 10x10 mini holidays In 1800, the government
    473.4748.Itpd space We will
    but not
    10/8 TFFULLcR necessary. document by boat down the
    and Associates
    FRIDA Y ISATURDAYI Furniture, appliances warehouses. Hole Lake Butler
    BRUSH COMPANY needs a manor train. Apply In person Ap
    Po-
    clothes, lots Rd. 16East 4963939. tfnchrg 8/27 Delaware River and up the
    more.
    13 ACRES ((4Vi acres cleared rest In woman In Stork. ar.a to service ou pare). tfn-8/13
    good llmberi) 2 BR mobile home used customers at their place of employment turn left on NE 20th Ave., go two ANTENNA TOWERS repair and sales.also Call. tomac to the District of Columbia.In .

    OB a rental at entrance of property. during mornings. Can earn S50i blocks, turn right at stop sign (12th satellite sales and service. free SALESMANSTOCKMANFull the summer of 1814, just aheadof
    Several money-making pecan trees to $1000 per month. Call 1-396-2867. "Ave). look for signs Itsw 10/15 Don Wllkerson at 496-2282 for British troops marching on the
    10/15
    around mobile home. $28,000, You 10/8 2tpd 10/15 THURSDAY 8 FRIDAY 10/15-16 8 a.m. estimate. 10/1 3tchg. Without or part-time. Knowledge of auto capital,the Constitution and other
    .. tll? Baby children and adult clothes 1975 FORD BUS 66 patsenger. helpful Good opportunity forretired
    Finance. Call for appt. 964.6305 days or EARN EXCELLENT MONEY In hornassembly parts packedin
    496-2430 4963810. Itpd. documents were
    motor. Call or priceless
    and crafts. 10/15 correctional oflcer or
    Itpd
    .
    964.6493 after 6 p.m. TFjo work. Jewelry toys, other!. person
    LOT IN CITY $6,000. Call 964-5764; after FT & PT available. Call today GARAGE SALE Friday and Saturday, 8 10/15 BARGAINWanted high .chool student. Must have local linen bags and hidden overnightin
    PIANO
    5. call 9645251. 3/07 tIn 1.518.459.3546. (Toll Refundable) Depl a.m.-6 p.m. Pump shotgun some tools, SPINET-CONSOLE takeover telephone and reliable transportation. an old barn in Virginia. Although
    will divide 10/22 fuel tank, family Items. South 301, : Responsible party to the Constitution made it
    44 ACRES with 2 BR haute or B3377 24 hrs. 10/8 3tpd
    Into 10 acre or more tracts. 964-7771 or R.N.s and LPNsi Full or part time permanent watch for llgni. Itpd 10/15 low. See monthly locally.payments Call Mr.on White spinetpiano. Apply In person Western Auto. Lake safely back to Washington D.C., itwasn't
    TWO FAMILY YARD SALE 9-1 Saturday Butler 10/8
    tfn/chg.
    9644537. 5/14 TFchg shift. RN specialists provldcrisis until 80
    250 Westmoreland St.. behind bakery. 1(800)327-3345( ext. 102. 10/15 3tpd. on public display
    MOBILE HOME LOTS on. acre and up. Intervention and clinical supervl
    10/15 10/29 EXCELLENT INCOME Taking short phone years later.
    Itpd
    Some with hookups unit. Require
    Several locations. .Ion to a psychiatric
    Solar FRIDAY SATURDAY 8.3 p.m. 1 mile messages at home. For information Now: Over a million people visit
    all with EZ terms. Ralph Bryan thr. R.N. experience.
    Realty 9646208. 9/24 TF range years$829.92 to $1,358.58 blw.eklyplu. West of 301, Hwy. 18. Plenty of junk. call 1(504)649-7922( ) ext. 8401A. Itpd. the National Archives in Washington -

    shift differential. Graduate nurse' Itpd 10/8 LAND FOR SALE 10/15 ,D.C.each year to view the Con

    PERSONAL SERVICESWANT considered. Contact Merrl.t Higgins. YARD SALE Antiques and crafts, kitchen stitution. It may be hard to believe
    Fl. 32063 stove, microwave, 15' aluminum FOR RENT
    NEFSH Macclenny the document
    904.259.6211. ext. 114. Itchg 10/15 fishing boat with motor 6 hp Mercury 1-3-5 ACRE LOTS OR LARGER New Rive but the case protecting
    TO DRINK WANTED FOR CHICKEN FARM IHou.lng ft trailer; '72 VW t-bucket dune buggy Plantation on SR-100 Pine Tree Estatei was designed in 1952. Expertsat
    THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS HELP and salary furnished furniture many other items. Thursday on SR-18 near WS. Pine Tree Estates on CO'S CHECK US OUT! Clean rental the Mosler Safe Co. of Hamilton,
    WANT TO STOP 10/15 thru Sunday. 9645357. US 301 to 16. US-301 near Starke. Low down payment homes tailored to your pay schedule. Ohio-called Mosler'Inc. today-
    4681926.
    THAT'SOURSAlcoholic. TRAIL MOTEL Itchg ft RESTAURANT In Lawtey toward State Prison go 3 miles to 233 owner financing. Hale and PINES SR121 |lust south of SR100 In created a dual function vault which
    Lake Butler. Call 4962366. tfn/chg.
    .Anonymous taken Ichousekeepers Morgan Church Rd., turn left go 3 Associates 496-3939 tfnchrg 9/3
    Applications are being would against assault -
    96441509646219pd laundry workers, miles to NW 55th Ave., turn left 1st $0 ACRES of land In Union County. Louise 521OFFICE protect exposure
    thru 10/29 dishwasher.cooks .. house on I.ft. Itpd 10/8 T. Hilton. 4963734. 10/8 2tpd. 10/15 AND WAREHOUSE SPACI and the environment as wellas
    waiters, waitresses, Times Building
    located in Union County
    CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free line cook. Experleno 3 FAMILY TAG SALE wallpaper, He-men display the Constitution. The
    estimates.. Handy-Man Fence Co. helpful helper but not necessary. Will train toys, chest of drawers, clothes, many MOTORCYCLES'HONDA at 150 Information.West Main.tfn Call 496-2261 for fireproof vault is made of steel and
    Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559 tIn odds A ends. Frl 8 Sot., 10-2 State Rd. more The Constitu-
    Must be 18 years of age. Apply In pei CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN Nicely furnished reinforced concrete.
    HANDYMAN: carpentry painting electrical calls. Noi, 230 at Bridge, 2 miles from 301. Itpd dis-
    son only. No phone Wayne all electric central heat ond tion and other documents on
    complete horn repair. Manager. 10/15 2tchg 10/22 10/8 350X THREE-WHEELER Bell Moto road laundry and lowered into the
    man. air, private paved play can be quickly
    Licensed contractor. 8.9Griffis Call
    Reasonable rates. ASSISTANT for horn THURSDAY ft FRIDAY Oct. helment. Show room new.
    CERTIFIED NURSES playground. Near schools, hoip.,
    RB0049306 Call Mitch. 4733940. l/9tfn visit In Bradford and Union Countlei Loop across 2nd RR crossing on curve.Little 496-3958 after 6 P.M. call 475-5677 pork state facilities. PINES SR-121 east Lake
    LAWN SERVICE for residential and com Flexible hours transportatlo bit of everything. Itpd 10/8 Itchg. 10/15 Butler. Call 4962366. Two childrenmax.
    mercial. Reasonable rates. Free FRIDAY SATURDAY Hwy. 100 opprox.
    for
    Call appointment .. and chg/tfn 5/21
    necessary no pets
    estimates. 9644238. 7/16 tlnchg 964.8772 or 18003428601. UPJOHI 8 miles west of Stark., or 5 miles East WORK WANTED BUSINESS OR OFFICE SPACE available on

    COMPLETE HOME REPAIR: carpentry HEALTH CARE. Itchg 10/15 of Lake Butler Clothing from babies to Main Street LB. phone 4960077. tfn-8/6

    painting electrical plumbing. REAL ESTATE LICENSING only $195. Call adults, some furniture, tools, and 12' x 68'THREE BEDROOM MOBILE HOME
    contractor'' Real Estat many other Item. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Itpd EXPERIENCED MOTHER WILL BABYSIT AT SI 75 ..ssVr
    Reasonable rates. Licensed 17554040. North Florida and snack furnished. Ideal for small family large yard.
    HER HOME Meals
    10/8
    Mitch 4733940. 8/20 TFchg 730rinHOMEMAKERSI month. 4962842. tfn/chg. 10/8
    RB0049306. College. BIG YARD SALE: Thurs., Fri., A Sat. Weston Call 4962489. 10/15 3tchg. 10/29 per ,
    .
    DO YOU NEED TO WORK but cant'because i Kids In school? Need THREE BEDROOM MOBILE HOME 1 1/2
    of high cost of child care?I ami' extra cash? Free kit and supplies. 16 to 225 left Vi mile. Clothes and bath central heat and air furnished. '.; ...
    Christian woman that wants to help. House of Lloyd. Call Iris at 964-2030 or lots of oth.r items Itpd 10/8 Raiford on CR793. Call 4311039. 10/15 ,.
    GIGANTIC GARAGE SALE Clothes, girls SEPTIC TANK SERVICE
    Waldo Fie 10/22
    Call 7823462. 9/10 TF see In person at lot A29. 2tchg.
    size 12-14, junior, .1..9. ladies size
    Installation and
    TELEPHONE SERVICES: Market. 8/27 TFchg
    household
    Ladles shoes. Misc.
    1214.
    repair telephones and equipment PART-TIME HELP maintenance and yard of NW 57th Ave. BRINCE JONES AND O.D. REWIS SEPTIC
    SALE
    Items. Lowtey corner HOMES FOR
    prewlres and jack installation tales work after school and/or Saturday and & 200-A next to Tatum Sawmill. Saturday TANK SERVICE Septic tanks, drain

    and ..rvlc... Alan Hutcheton Sunday. Call 4851174. Itchg 10/15 Only) Itchg 10/8 fields, lift stations, light poles and BUTLER Reduced for quick sale. 3
    9644924. 10/1 4tpd 10/22 EASY WORKI I Excellent pay) Assembl wells. (Package Deal) Call 275.2268 or LAKE $41.500
    GARAGE SALE Inside Frl 8 Saturday. CHS A, Large lot.only
    BA
    Call I BR 2
    Info.
    BIG LITTLE SHORT OR TALL-RANDY products at home. For Westmoreland. 9.3 Books, 2752197. 9/3 13tpd. 1126WATER 9644469.2Stfn ..
    739 S. p.m. Mathews Realty
    I S38.000.
    THOMPSON will pressure wash them 504641.8003, ext. A9579. 10/15 4'pd
    washer clothes for baby girls or
    .
    all. 100; satisfaction guaranteed.Houses .adults.Itpd 10/8 ..._ .. PUMPS
    trailers, businesses, VANS NO
    pools TRUCKS
    CARS
    FRIDAY 8 SATURDAY a.m. to 12 noon.
    sidewalks, and house paint removal. TOOCHAMBLEE'S
    1316 W. Madison St. Itpd 10/8
    I Call Randy Thompson 9645610. 10/8 1986 BRONCO XLT with everything SATURDAY 10/3: 606 Bridges St., across
    2tpd 10/15 32.000 miles. 468-2354. 10/8 TF from park. Children, men ladles WATER PUMPS. WATER PUMPS WATER
    BAKER LP GAS INC.! Do you know or bed I I Ir PUMPS
    1972 DODGE VAN: has built-in I clothing household items, fabric. Itpd
    care what you pay for propane? Fall ssat. Good condition. 318 automatic 10/8 We repair all makes and model. of

    special and senior citizens discount. 5750.468.1831. 9/24 4tchg 10/15 MOVING SALE Oct. 10 10 a.m.-4 p.m.Some water pumps. Sales and service on
    Family owned and operated. We don'tcharge 1982 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE: PS PB AC( furniture toots, dishes, electrical Goulds and Sta-Rite pumps. Call Dor- -..
    any deposits. We sell and rent PW. tilt-wheel. Also 1974 DATSUN PI. appliances, etc. 842 W. LafayetteSt. man Well and Septic Tanks, Inc. 9/24 The United States Constitution is

    bulk tanks and cylinders. We also have AT. 964.8846 after 5pm. Itchg 10/15 Itpd 10/8 4t/chg. 10/15 on display in the National Archivesin
    oxygen helium and acetylene. PRICED BELOW WHOLESALE for quit II GARAGE SALE Saturday 10/10. 8-4 D.C.
    1-800-635-2371 or 2596810. 10/l54tpd cash sale: 1984 Regal loaded. p.m. Household clothes, furniture & Washington
    11/5 964.7545,964-8569. 10/8 4tpd 10/29 misc. 1420 W. Pratt St. Itpd 10/8 MOBILE HOMES
    LOOKING FOR CHILDREN to babysit In 1979 HONDA CIVIC WAGON: 2S.OC o FOR SALE12'x vault by an electrically operated

    my home day or night. If Interested miles on factory rebuilt air and sterei'. mechanism. When on display,
    please call 964-6380 after 5 p.m. Itpd condition. $1200. 468-185:i.
    PB good there three layers of glass to
    are
    10/15 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 65' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom 1
    LET GEORGE DO I"11 I George's Remodeling 1972 Itpd OLDSMOBILE 10/15 CUTLASS: $900 firn 1/2 bath central heat and air. Mu': MOBILE HOMETRANSPORT protect the document and the case

    and Handyman Service. Carpentry Dependable transportation new mu!t: RENT/LEASE/SALE see to appreciate. $6,000. Col is filled with liquified helium to

    electrical plumbing tile home tier body & upholstery fair conditloi i. -" 496.0071tfnchg.. 3/19 keep the paper from drying out.It's

    repairs, bath and kitchen remodeling Contact Larry or Kathy Merce,'. TWO COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS for SEVERAL TWO BEDROOM mobile horn,. hermetically sealed. Consideringthe
    general maintenance. No lob too 964.5310 after 5 p.m. 10/15 2tchg 10/2:2 lease. 1000 sq. ft. and 1250 sq.ft. Hwy. for sale or rent. Also lots for sale. Ha .. Moving Constitution had a few rough
    small. Low hourly rates. All work Can be seen i c 11 4733627. 10/15 and Associates 496-3939. tfnchrg 9/3
    1976 280Z: runs great. 301 South, 964-8848 or days it's nice
    in its early ,
    moments
    guaranteed. 9646359. 10/15 2tpd 750 Glendale, 4752943. $3,300. Itch g LIKE NEW 1984 THREE BEDROOM :I ThroughoutSoutheast
    10/22 10/15 CORNER BUILDING and/or restaurant BATH DOUBLEWIDE. N.w central A/C< ,I to know the symbol of American

    CADILLACS MERCEDES PORSCHE ETI'.1 equipment for lease. Will sell equip9 $14,700 financed $12.700. cash. Mi.C .I i Complete freedom and democracy is in excel

    LOSTFOUNDLOST direct. from government. Seized In drt' ment seperately. Across from Santa Fee Douglas Sr. 4961307. 10/8 2t/chg| Tear Dawn lent shape and well protected as it

    raids. Available In your area Sa' Community College. Best restaurant 10/15 And Set Up enters its third century.

    CAT Red tiger cot named Mikey 3 Sthousands. 216-453-3000 ex't.' location In town. 964.7188.8/6 tfnchg Small Bldg.
    old male In vicinity of Starke A4259. Itod 10/15 FOR LEASE: 1,000 sq. ft., 301 South next -"Ured

    year KOA.10/15 If located call 9645910. Itchg TOO LATE TO or to eves United, 473.3627.16 Realty 964-8848 tfnchg, 964-8447. 1-800-330-8282 Vital RecordsFee

    FOUND Whit Cockatlel In vicinity of CLASSIFYCOMPOUND Increased
    Forsyth Road. 964.4830 from 8 0.m..5p.m. .ochgIO'I-29

    Itchg 10/15 BOW: Black Mag. exceller:' T.H.E. Apartments
    condition. Many extras. $100 Starting( October 1, it will cost an

    4732692. sw 922 E. Brownlee St. additional half dollar to obtain a cer-
    Train to be a
    BANK tified copy of Florida vital records of

    2 & 3 BR's birth, death, marriage or divorce.
    The fee increase was mandated by
    Sales & Service
    James Strickland's Available 9 f 1 REPOS the legislature. A portion of the fees

    .New ft Used Machines All Types Hobby ft Craft 1 for birth certificates are used for

    Lock .Dref smoker SeamnAaster,* .Mor. Low Income child welfare programs.The .

    Corner Baby Morgan Serge Rd. & Hwy. 16 Behind Handi-Way Housing Start io..iiy luli tmup.riIons.Train .1985 Chadwick new fees for processing re-
    on live airline computers. quests for vital records, including a
    e964.8733.Opening Mobile Home of the record or a certified -
    T, 964-7133 llum study and resident mining. single copy
    "fgf Financial aid available.Job Excellent Condition "no record found" statement
    ptactmcnt asnUttanc National will be $7.00 for a birth record and

    1st EQUAL HOUSINGFOR..R.ENT headquarter.Lighthouse Point, FL $3.00 for a death, marriage or
    Nov. 1985 RedmonDoublewide dissolution (divorce) record.
    School
    A.C.T. Travel
    for search of
    These fees are a
    ACCREDITED MEMBER N.H.S.C.
    single year records, said Oliver H.
    Pleasant Valley Care Center 18004323004Commercial Mobile Home .Boorde, State Registrar and Vital

    Statistics Director. If the year of the

    905 W. Madison St. 11 1200 Sq. ft. Bldg. Excellent Condition event is in doubt the applicant may
    specify additional years to be searched
    Ideal for.Repair Shop additional fee of one
    living at an
    licensed adult congregate .1984 Brigadier
    A state $200 per monthAt dollar($1.00) per year, up to a max-

    facility. Trained staff and 24 hr. Roar of Buildingin Singlewide imum of 50 years.

    & care to( Additional copies of the same
    level of attention Mobile Home
    supervision. High MotUy Tire Co. Starke record are two dollars ($2.00) each

    atmosphere geared toward home On US 301 South Excellent Condition when ordered at the same time.
    all. Family 1725 ft. AvailableFor Boorde said all fees must be paidin
    welcome. $ atLynn's sq. Financing
    living. Visitors .. Lynn advance check or money order
    Body Shop 36000.00 Qualified Applicant payable to ''Vital Statistics." Ap-
    All Bids Conllderede send cash. Re-
    plicants should not
    .Oct. Office Hours: 9-5 or call McDougall 9648629after If Interested Call quests for certified copies of vital

    records should be mailed to: Vital
    1-904-786-8989 6:30 pm 964-7050, Records.P.O. Box 210,Jacksonville,

    964-4546 Nights 964-6743 Ext. 233For Fla. 32231-0043.


    -. K ammmfamfaamaaafaa Appo/nmonfTo See
    nfnn Mlirf gfj y lfgffgfff Soon
    Opening 1.

    LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTSNow _
    Park Apartments
    Forest -
    for 1.2-3-4 bedroom units. These at n'

    taking applications with lots of closet space and all hay' Attractive 1&2 BR/1 B Apts., range, -* & v- "

    wall-to-wall electric units carpeting are spacious draperies and kitchen available appliances.for qualifle Or'i refrigerator, carpet, cent heat & air, t: ; ; .,) 'lf: rn

    laundry facilities. Rental assistance and laundry. Rents from $180. -
    site patio
    -
    \ :::
    applicants. for application,, and |Information $220. min. 775 NE 1st St. Lake Butler

    Please fee us at @ For information/application: V V' The first record of the use of spas dates from the age of the pyramidsof

    1005 SW 6th Street Tropical Property Management Inc. Egypt-approximately 4.600 years ago-when onion and garlic were

    lake Butler FL 32054 sear t/e1..M.I 1021 NW 40th Dr. Gainesville Fl 32605 fed to 100.000 laborers.October .

    Or Call 496-3141 ap"n""xy {9041 372-8327 E.H.O.



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    Page 10 B SECTION October 15, 19117



    Convenience Store Robbed TwiceA


    white man who attempted to roba demanding cash. One of 'the men ty an almost identical robbery took robbery of the store In Bradford I
    convenience store near Hampton flashed a guu: he had in his pocket place but the suspects were apprehended County. The stolen money (a small PHYSICAL THERAPY ,.
    and under arrest. amount of cash, according to investigators -
    early Saturday morning(2:30a.m.), under his coat, said Denton. After placed
    David Adcrholt inter ) has not been recovered.
    ripping the phone from the wall the Investigator
    about 25 hours after rob-
    a previous
    Barron and Carr remain in the JERRY FISHER. P.2BY
    pair left the store near Hampton viewed the two suspects in Ocala
    thwarted by an uncooperative -
    bery was
    wasn't intimidated with an undetermined amount of and following a confession, charged custody of the Marion County Jail,
    clerk who -
    cash.A Reginald Barron,22,and Richard pending the outcome of the charges APPOINTMENT 964.6000
    by the would-be container.robber'sweapon .- few hours later in Marlon Coun- Carr, 25, both of Reddick with the there, said Adcrholt
    napkin
    -a -,
    --- --
    The man threatened to hit the
    clerk with the store's napkin holder,
    then began to wreck the store's
    displays when the clerk refused to
    hand over the cash. During a strug-
    gle the clerk was thrown against the
    store's plate glass window which
    .
    broke, according to InvestigatorDon ORlAN
    Denton. The clerk received ... WELLS
    minor cuts on his back and finger
    which did not need medical atten- r
    -

    tion.When the clerk pulled a gun on the Chevrolet O-BdSimobi.le-4
    robber, he fled and has not been i
    .
    found or identified.The
    same store, Gate's at US-301
    and CR-18, with a different clerk In U.S. 301 North Gainesville, 372-0103 Starke 964-7500 Jax' 282-4522
    attendance, was robbed early Friday -
    morning (12-30: a pair
    of black men who presented a note


    Finals County in Court BradfordThe '

    following defendents appeared -
    before Judge George H. 87 ClearanceREGISTER
    Pierce Oct. 6 in Bradford County
    .Traffic CriminalMisdemeanorCourt
    for final disposition of their
    cases. A repeat offender of retail
    theft was sentenced to serve jail
    time.

    Sandra Idella McCloud pled guilty
    retail theft (Dollar General) and
    was ordered to spend 60 days in jail ,
    I
    with credit for 38 days served, six
    months Salvation Army supervision, TO WIN
    enter no retail establishment, FLORIDA/GEORGIA
    violate no laws,must be a regular or Goes On
    full time student or seek employ- TICKETS
    ment, must enter the screening program
    at Bradford Union Guidance Drawing everySaturday
    Clinic for drug abuse.
    McCloud also pled guilty to a second
    charge of retail theft and
    received a sentence to run concur __
    rent with the above.
    McCloud pled guilty to a third J
    charge of retail theft, that case will
    also run concurrent with above. $AVETHOUSANDS
    Wanda Cochran pled guilty bad
    check ($27.28 Right Turn); produced
    letter from bank,ordered to pay$50

    court George costs.A.Thomas pled guilty bad

    check ($30 Handy Way); produced We are making room
    proof of restitution,$50 court costs.
    Norma Jean Bass pled guilty bad
    check ($20 Handy Way); fined
    $101.25, Salvation Army probationsix

    Bass months.pled guilty bad check ($10
    Handy Way); produced proof of for 1988trucksDualies
    restitution,$50 court costs,Salvation more
    Army superivsion six mmonths.
    .
    Bass pled guilty bad check ($10
    Handy Way); produced proof of _
    restitution.
    Gregory J. Angelovlch pled no
    contest possession of marijuana; $52
    court costs, 20 hours community a.1. C.
    work Salvation Army supervision.
    Samuel Hankerson
    Salvation n-
    . battery; six months Army Bonus Cabs ,
    probation, 20 hours communitywork
    ,$52 court costs.
    Willie Hamilton pled no contest Suburbans
    battery; $250 court costs, 25 hours
    community work Salvation Army -

    supervision.Robert Earl Simmons pled guilty Astros
    disorderly intoxication; fined

    $101.25, Salvation Army supervision C1500 Silverado Fleetside SN 8004
    six months, no alcohol or drugs, Blazers
    violate no laws.Simmons Extended Cab
    charged with drinking in

    public Carl. dismissed.Vanzant pled no contest re Have a Special Allotment : 350 V-8 Engine

    cruelty to animals; $52 court costs. d'15| 988 Console .
    Sheila Bates pled no contest bat- + TAX Power Windows
    tery; $101.25 court costs, Salvation
    " Army supervision. lot" 25 Additional models daily Power locks
    test Shelton opposing Lorency officer Dell pled without no con- arriving : Tilt

    f violence; fined$10125,60 days court .
    ,;. probation,violate no laws. I Cruise
    E. J.$1,000FloridalSaddlerty'd MOREl!
    check( =
    : ed $127.50 and restitution, Salvation -4 ,-,,. '-
    Army supervision. :

    I Traffic Criminal

    Margaret A. Beatty pled guilty
    driving while license suspended; fin-
    ed$101.25.
    Gregory C. Crites pled guilty expired -
    tag mobile home; fined

    10125.Keri L. Doss pled guilty expiredtag Demo Model o _
    mobile home. fined$101.25. SN 2568
    Jimmy Raulerson pled guilty expired Celebrity Eurosport 4-dr. sedan SN 2553
    I tag mobile home; fined
    10125. Power Locks'

    Arts & Crafts Tinted glass List $13,717 NOVA CL Air

    ; Festival' Set Window defrosters Less $ 800 cruise I

    Auto Trans dealer
    ( The White Springs Arts and Crafts 5 Speed List 11,173
    f Committee will be holding its 2nd ., Cruise discount 400 .
    less
    .- Annual Arts and Crafts Festival Tilt demo Power steering 1,950Air
    Nov.7, in downtown White Springs. Aluminum Wheel
    this is "Suwannee discount 400
    Theme year
    River Olden Days".The festival will Stereo Cassette $10,223
    feature arts, crafts and food booths + Tax
    along with a clogging jamboree $12,170.
    featuring groups from throughoutthe
    area. + Tax .
    The Stephen Foster 5K walk/run -
    race will open the event at 8:30 a.m., ; ,
    with other festivities beginning at 9 .
    a.m.and going until 5 p.m.
    Anyone interested In participatingin
    I the festival the race, please ,
    contact Ernie or Jan Spandau at {HSR? I I ."'.
    39'7-=z6 or write P.O. Box 2,White /
    Springs,Fla. 32096.
    '.,

    BluegrassJamloree -i'

    F- -
    Tom Smith McClelland I
    Lorna Reddish Mac
    Vernon Reddish Jack Coleman .
    Set for Nov. 68The

    first weekend of November We will not refuse any reasonable offer

    always marks the date of Florida's
    Fall Wlthlacoochee Bluegrass Jam

    boree.Withlacoochee November Bluegrass 6, 7 and 8 Park, the, on any new car in our inventory!

    located 6 miles west of Dunnellon,
    H'NY.4O,will again come alive with ..
    the greatest sounds In bluegrass ..
    music.






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