Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01784
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 12, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01784
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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weather Outside.. Inside.Two..Sections*

The National Weather Service Office reported record high SECTION At 10 'ae.' ,

TSS3ttSSF were set Tuesday In some areas of the state, prior to Hard N.wt. . .. .. .... .,-,,, ,
down the state on Wednesday. Editorial' Pag. . .. .. ....'4A ctrnt
Thursday is expected to be sunny,windy and cool, giving way to a Th.Social Sc.n.. . .. ....JA apbaide
warming trend, Friday through Sunday. Temperature will range Public Notlc... . . .. ... .7A
from 40's Into the 70's during the period. ,

November Is normally the driest month of the year, with a 30 SECTION, 12 PogM
year average rainfall of 1.86 Inches. DuPont Tour .. . .. .. .. .. .. .IB
The Highlands fire 1 tower recorded 2.85 inches of rainfall during N.w. .r...... . . . . .2-7.
November, with both the New River tower and the Santa Fe tower Ar.o D.olhi, .. . .. ... ... of Heaven
recording 4.10 inches of rain in the same period Claulfl.d Adi, . . . .....a
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7Nortmeting Wal-Mart OI's'

Gator QB Club...

The Starke Gator QuarterbackClub New Store HereBy

will meet tonight (Thusday,
Nov. 12) in the Starke Golf Coun-

try Club. Mark Fried un ject could employ up 250 people during
Social hour, 6:30: p.m. meetingand BCT Staff Writer its peak period, according to
dinner, 7:30: p.m. The Club is Wal-Mart has agreed to open a estimates provided by Brown, with
providing turkey and dressing and major new shopping center in Starke many of the workers being drawn
members are asked to bring a side .p and expects to start construction of from the local community for tem-

dish. t the new complex in April, 1988. porary employment. Brown also
Speaker will be Bill Arnsparger, tli Plans for the shopping center, said it was likely that the stores in
the UF athletic director. which will include up to 25 different the planned shopping plaza would be

stores including Wal-Mart and Food employing local workers on a permanent
BIIS Alumni... Lion, a major food supermarket, basis after opening.

The BHS Alumni Association will were first proposed in May 1985 by "They've made the decision,"

meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 16, the corporation but no action was Brown said said. "They are very In-
at the Bradford Family taken on a site purchase planned on terested in Starke and the surroun-
Restaurant. US-301. ding area."
+ The latest information about the Difficulties encountered in securing

Stadium RR's... project was obtained from Tony the food store and a major discount -
Brown, a spokesman for Bradford drug store chain was one of the
Plans are being made to build additional Place Inc., a new corporation which reasons for the cancellation last
rest room facilities at the ". will be in charge of development at year, according to Brown, who said
Bradford High athletic field on the gk0 nola + Al the site. the only "minor" problems remain
west side of the All-Sports Club The site of the new mall be locatedon with water pressure at the site which
stand. U.S. 301 South of Starke at the will be alleviated soon with a new city
Contributions, tax deductible, are present site of KOA campgrounds.KOA well.
requested from past alumni and owner Fred McElroy will move The original decision to locate a
others interested. Checks should be his operation to a site just south of store here was based on the resultsof I
made to Bradford High School, 581 -Tor the planned new development.Brown a marketing survey and researchof I
N. Temple Ave., Starke, FL 32091, said the expansion of the the growth patterns in the area,
designating it must be used for the I .,. new Winnn Dixie shopping center in with Starke as the hub. During the I
rest room fund. I Starke "delayed" the corporation'splans evaluation period the site was '
For additional info, call Asst. along with difficulties findinga visited personally by Samual Moore
Prin. John Reddish at BHS major grocery food store chain to Walton, founder of the huge Wal-
9646800. locate in their proposed shopping Mart chain which now includes over
center 750 stores in a 20-state trade ter
Dinner-Theatre... "We have a commitment from ritory.Other.
Food Lion and we are presently Walton enterprises includethe
"Lo and Behold, a ghostly com
negotiating with a major drug store Sam's Wholesale Clubs and
edy, will be presented at a dinner-
theatre Friday and Saturday Remembered... chain as well," Brown said Monday. Walton's Ben Franklin Stores.
"Wal-mart will be here count on The Telegraph will release further
nights, Nov. 13-14, and Nov. 20-21 at "
t Eight community organizations it. information on the project as it
the Starke Woman's Club, sponsored placed wreaths at the Veterans The construction work for the pro- becomes available.
by The Bradford Players and Memorial on South Walnut Street
the Junior Woman's Club. Veterans Day, Nov. 11
Tickets are on sale now at r Toni Con is shown
Williams Jewelry in Starke Plaza, 4". n ir- the American Legion Auxiliary representing, and Downtown Merchants

Denmark Furniture on West Call BUI Cruce Is representing the Starke I
Street, and Chastain's Jewelry and Shrine Club.
Mitchell's Drug Store on Call Li Also shown Is the monument Organize Association

Street. dedicating the park to the veteransof

Loan Closet... all service. -
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Suwannee River Economic Coun- t't' At the 11th hour of the 11th day of A newly formed Downtown Mer- their employees should park in the
Inc:adreetau4id.adr.4tn., the 11th month the flag was loweredto chants Association was organized new parking lot in front of city hall
till closet at 134 East South St., Starke, half mast, and the mournful Monday Nov. 9, with Glenda Epps and behind the Rosenberg Building,
of Glenda's Shear elected and leave the downtown parking to
for lending medical equipment, in- r strains of'Taps'was sounded.As the Design as
cluding wheelchairs, bedside commodes notes faded the flag was again raised the president.Vicepresident. customers.A .
is Ter- logo for the downtown. sponsor-
to fullstarf.mission. Byron
tub grab bars, showertubseats ''li M willegar of Terwillegar Ford Ing a float in the Dec. 5 Christmas
crutches walkers and nar-
Motors. Treasurer is accountant Parade, and sticking to a unified effort -
row base canes.Borrowers Gene Milligan. were also discussed by the
must meet eligibilty
Some 20 attended the group.
requirements by providing proof of r' WuS organizational persons meeting in the SFCC A date for the next meeting will be

income. /t / -v { Starke Center. announced later. President Epps
Deadline. Purpose of the associaiton is to and Dimples Overstreet will attemptto
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Early q
have Schofield of
promote downtown Starke as a manager
Since there will be no mail on the viable place to shop. The group Deland's Mamt Street Program,
Thanksgiving holiday Thursday, wants to assist in the drive to get a return to Starke and address the
Nov. 26, The Telegraph must have second commercial revitalization Merchants Association.Ms. .
early deadlines that week. grant for the downtown area to redo
Deadline for classified advertis- store fronts, join the state's Main Schofield visited Starke in
ing will be noon Monday, Nov. 23, d Street program and to hire a early October and described some of
preceding the Thursday, Nov. 26, manager to promote downtown the difficulties, as well as the
publication date. News items and business. satisfactions, of changing the imageof
display advertising will be accepted The group agreed to pay dues of a downtown district from negativeto
until 5 p.m. Monday, Nov. t $10 per business.It positive at a meeting of businesspeople
23. The paper will be placed in the was also agreed by those atten- ,officials, and the Chamber of
mail Wednesday, Nov. 25. ding that downtown merchants and Commerce Board of Governors.

Meals for Seniors...
Brooker City Council
Bradford residents 60 years of I
age and older may be eligible to
receive a meal at no cost from the
Suwannee River Economic Council Clarifies Water Policyby

(SREC) at 134 E. South Street, s's sw xa ..t' .,
SREC serves a nutritionally Buster Rahn requirements. The council hopes to
balanced meal Monday through BCT Staff Writer bid the project in December.The .
Friday, except holidays. For more Brooker council, in its regular council discussed funding the
information, call 9647894. meeting, Tuesday, Nov. 10, rereadthe project only briefly, with coun-
letter mailed to water customerslast cilwoman Sue Davis saying, "1 think

Blood Donations... week, and decided to clarify a Farmers and Dealers" Bank will let
point by stating: "Water customers us have the money.
Two Bloodmobiles will be in whose meters have been cut off for The town has borrowed money
Starke Friday, Nov. 13. Hours 8 delinquent accounts may contact from the F and D Bank, in Lake
a.m. to 1 p.m. units will be stationed Mrs. Jeanette Prescott after hours, Butler, on a prior occasion.
at Bradford High School and and she will meet the customer at city Bradford county commissioners
Santa Fe Community College. hall,during reasonable hours,and passed an additional two cents per
From Bradford units will be stationed accept payment of the bill and penalty gallon gas tax this year, but it will
at County Courthouseand fees, prior to turning the water not be effective until October, 1988.
Bradford Hospital. back on." The statement, or a However,the tax may be pledged for
similar one, will appear on street paving, said Carroll.
November and subsequent bills.
Class of 1947...
Councilman A.B. Adams was con- Auxiliary Well...
A reunion of the Class of 1947 of cerned that water customers may
not the letter intendedby A well on the old farmer's market
Bradford High School is set at 6:30 interpret as
Friday, Nov. 20, the night of the council, and fail to unders- property Is available to the town fora
p.m. football in tand that meters may be turned back-up, or auxiliary water supp--
Fe game
the Santa High
in event the city owned well Is out
back after hours. ly,
the school library. CelebratedVeterans
Veterans of .
Pictures will be made. Advance Day the urging of councilman C.J.
football tickets will be available. The council made no change In the Stalnaker the casing was pulled and
Reserved seating for the game has (25 charge for turning meters backon it
found to be in usable
been arranged.A of all wars were honoredat in honor of all deceased veterans of He has been active In many during regular office hours, and was
extended into the
hospitality room will be open at ceremonies held at the Veterans all wars were 8 community community affairs, serving on the an additional $25 charge for turning condition, but only
the Ccono-Lodge after the game. Memorial on South Walnut Street by organizations: library board, recreation board, and water back on after hours and week- water a few inches, requiring an ex
All classes and friends are Post No. 56, American Legion. American Legion Post 56 In other capacities in the communi- ends. tension.
absent sent
welcome to attend. For more infor- The playing of 'Taps' at the 11th American Legion Auxiliary ty. Council chairman Roy Carroll told Stalnaker, who was ,
mation call Ben Holtzendorf, hour of the 11th day of the 11th Masonic Lodge No. 35 "At the 11th hour of the 11th day of the council that anyone who word to table further discussion or
the time
well for being
concluded the Starke Womans Club of 1918 said Blood- work on the ,
964-7961. month ceremony, the 11th month harasses either Mrs. Prescott or
commemerating the time of the Chamber of Commerce worth, "the (allied) powers fighting Clerk Cheryl Cox concerning the tur- since the future of the market property
signing of the Armistice ending Kiwanis Club of Starke World War I, The United States ning off of meters due to non- Is unclear.
tabled further discus-
Upcoming... World War .. Elks Club of Starke Great Britain and France," signedan payment, will be dealt with through The council
Bradford County school board Members of the BHS band under Rotary Club of Starke Armistice with the Axis powers. legal means. sion.

will meet Monday Nov. 16, at 7p.m. the direction of Buddy Ball playedthe That day was to become known as Fire Chief Tony Stalnaker was ad-
in the administrative buildingon national anthem, a color guardwas Master Chief Don Grant, Navy Armistice Day,andin 1954, by act of vised to install water meters on an
Counselor NAS Cecil Field an Other Items...
members of the gave changed to Veterans
N. Temple Ave. in Starke. provided by Congress, was as-needed basis, when advised by
Starke City Council will hold Its BHS Junior ROTC, and Taps was address, welcoming the opportunity Day. "Since 1900 we have been in Mrs. Prescott that one is broken or Chief Stalnaker asked the councilto
Tuesday played by two trumpeters from the to recognize the people who serv- four wars," said Bloodworth. "To malfunctioning. purchase four tires for the fire
bi-weekly meeting "
regular ed their country. An armed militiais honor the truck at cost of $146 each In-
band. An honor guard for the placingof day, Veterans Day we a ,
Nov. 17, at 7:30 p.m., City a need, as "deterrent is the key to "
;I wreaths at the memorial was provided veterans of those wars. cluding tubes. The council told
Ira Commissioners by the Bradford CommandryNo. frecdon," he said, and In closing "I "We do not hear it, we do not feel Street Paving... Stalnaker to ask the fire council to

will Bradford hold a meeting County relating to 43, York Rite Masons and the salute the veterans of the past. It. ,we do not smell It," said Blood- Although the council approved the approve the purchase from county
Main Speaker was Jim Blood- of
Junior ROTC. worth and"sacrifices are a result funds.
of subdivision
roads in the at
county zoning matters, Wednesday, Past Post Commander and worth, veteran of WW II and the war, from which many have never the paving October council meeting, invita- Bradford County budgets $1.200
Nov. 18, at 7:30 p.m. Veterans Day Chairman Robert Korean War as both an enlisted man fully recovered. he Mid. year for the Brooker Fire
Board will meet tions to bid have not been advertised per
Starke Zoning said and an officer. He has served in the
Brown in opening the service As Taps was sounded the flag Department.
Thursday, Nov. 19, at 7 p.milln the "Over the years, 27 million Fla. National Guard for over 30 lowered to half mast heads were drawn., nor have specifications Attorney Blinn told Clerk Cheryl
conference room of City Americans have been in the armed years, has been commander of a lowered In reverence for the deceas Blinn offered to Cox she will be required to file a
Bradford County Zoning Board Tuesday services of our country, and 1,160,000of number of units as well as a Sgt. Ma- veterans; the flag was again raised assist Attorney In drawing Roger specs, since Union financial disclosure report, Just as
hold 1U regular meeting, -
those have died for their on high as the strains of the bugle though she were holding an elective
jor.He had
24 at 7 in the conference County has recently paving
Nov. p m., la a retired officer of the
wind. .
country. faded Into the position..wr.w
Hall. done, and Bunn ut fauular with Uie
room, City
Placing wreaths at the memorial Florida Parole and Probation

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Central Landfill is Choice for Regional'Sofd Wasteby

Joe Gissy cinerator, should be pursued, even and waste to be deposited in landfills Administration.' ..
BCT Staff Writer considerably more costly can be reduced by as much as 20 to To administer a regional programof
'" The Policy Advisory Committee ."think we are making a mistake 25%,according to estimates of CDM. this type, some kind of authority
(PAC) of the North Central Florida burying our garbage, and it will About $3: million a year would be will have to be Instituted.Fear of the
Solid Waste Master Plan voted to come back to haunt us," was the realized from recycling, if a rate of powers this body might be given
pursue one central landfill as the Im- feeling of several delegates. 20% is achieved, the report says. were expressed by many. An In-

mediate solution to the regional solid Debris And Trash... terlocal agreement among the coun-
The Central Landfill...
ties is the consensis of the committee -
waste problems, at a meeting at the Each will have to maintaina
The central landfill plan as recom- rather than a, legislatively
Holiday Inn at Lake City, Monday
landfill site for
or composting construction established which wouldbe
mended by the staff of the Master
night, Nov. 9.
In Plan Group Ed debris and yard trash, to out of the control of local governing -
a report prepared by Camp Culpepper
reduce hauling requirements,but no would
Steve bodies,and have power to
Shannon direc--
Dresser& McKee (CDM), a con- manager
hazardous substances
sulting firm from Tampa hired to tor, includes a transfer station in or con- tax,such as the Water Management'
taminating materials can be
study the alternatives, the central each county where separation of '
deposited there. this class
Lining Another meeting is to be scheduled -
materials can be made for
landfill the least of the purposesof
was costly six
landfill with plastic will not
recycling. clay for Nov.30,to the Issues of
alternatives selected for study. be landfills in
required so now use
Recycling of glass metals, andpaper an interlocal agreement vs. a
will become ,
will be I generally acceptable legislative authority.
Costs Compared... strongly.encouraged the report Indicates. .
Earlier they (CDM) had recom- I I
mended a three subregional landfill I
sceanrio, which would have cost approximately
$171 Million over the
_,. .,c., j next twenty years compared to$146 We the
L million for the single larger central support
landfill.An .
..,''Jt''I" \ 7 individual landfill in each of
." the 13 counties in the regional group business.
; is estimated to cost about $200
If million. The counties in the group
are Alachua, Baker, Bradford; Col-
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o>t; "" M umbia,'Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton,
4 o'r Jefferson, Lafayette, Madison, The business of
Suwannee, Taylor, and Union. raising a
family is an expensive,one.
Consent Orders...
At commission meetings in manyof Because families need so much.

the counties, the least expensive Florida National loans money
scenario was chosen as the one they
H : __ I IY would most like to Implement.Someof to hard-working people to help
these counties are now operatingon
them the
aY get things they need. A
consent orders from the
'. Depart-
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p-, p'A".I; i l \,;",,' ', ment of Environmental Regulation, home. A car. A college education.
*:. w ," '. '. I which means that they are not now Even business loans. FloridaNational .
compliance but must come within I
DER regulations by early next And we loan money to people
White Deer... year.Since. '
John Cool by Jr.of Starke bagged this nearly all-white the landfill is the cheapest, from all income groups.So ItoiiK
Rattlesnake Starke. quickest and thq easiest to put into if
deer at Ridge near and time is out then 's something that
took his with a shot from a.50 calibre black powderrifle. operation running
Coobby. quarry for many of the counties, the central you need, come to Florida
landfill solution was selected. ,
National and see our loan officer.
Expect from us.SMWe
Energy Recovery... can't help unless you ask.

I Cable TV Coming to LawteyThe the Representatives counties expressed from their several commission's of-

recovery system feeling, or that at least an energy an in- 105 West Jefferson St. Starke. Fla. Call 964-7050

Lawtey City Council was .
assured that cable television will be --
available to local residents in six to
nine months, at its regular meeting 1
Monday, Nov. 2.Representatives.
from two cable
television firms, Clay Cablevisionand I
Hurst Communications, attended Terwillegar Motors IIIEmI
the meeting to brief council
members on their respective firms,
and what each can offer.

Clay Cablevision... Makes

Randy Crews local manager for
Clay Cablevision, told the council NO
that his firm is committed to runn-
ing 42-50 miles of cable in Bradford
County, including Lawtey, If the DRIVING A NEW
town awards them the franchise.

Crews said Clay Cablevision will

require no minimum number of t ,n .
subscribers, if they get the fran- -.JB3BP TAURUS PAYMENT I
ch -.
WhefFaSKed hoi\ 'long itVhl take to 'M .._ ..

complete installation, Crews said
they really don't want to talk about EASIER THAN
time, but estimated one year;
hopefully, by the end of the third
quarter in 1988. TILL
Hurst Communications... YOU THINK 10

Charles Hurst, Florida Division In
manager for Hurst Communications -
told the Lawtey council that
his firm is ready to start work immediately Stock
,and can have installation
complete in six months. f MARCH

Hurst, whose Florida office is '
located in Clay Hill, already serves *'
the Clay Hill area and Kingsley Lake
residents, and will bring the cable
into Lawtey on CR-225 from
Kingsley Lake.
r sL < 1988



Hampton City Council has an-

Parade nounced 12.The for plans 2:00: pm.for Saturday a Christmas,Dec. Any vehicle on our lot On Sale.

parade starts at the south side
of city park travels west on Pine
Street,then north to SR.18.and east,
back to city park. Santa Claus will No Payment till March 1988
be on hand with toys and candy for
the small ones.
Floats will be judged and a prizeof
$25 will be awarded to the winner, Come entire line.
$15 third for place.Marshal second. place, and $10 for save on our

Retires ..
Marshal Harvey Bassinger has 11,
stated he plans to retire at the end of
this month;said' Mayor Elwood

tise Padgett.replacement.the position"The"clerk said so Padgett.needs we can to adver-hire a 130 TRUCKS 40 CARS HITTING THE

Water Line Grant...
Grant Coordinator Linda Day was ARRIVING GROUND DAILY
expected to attend the meeting to explain -
the status of an application fora
grant to extend water lines to DAILY
Hampton Villas."11 we don't get our Festivas Mustangs
application In, the money will all be
gone," said a member of a delega-
tion from the Villas. Other avenues Crown Victorias
were discussed, but the
mater was given to City Attorney ,
Reggie Flynn to contact Day to learn
the status of the grant.

Street Signs...
Councilman Waldon Wadsworth .
again brought up the subject of
.,'.. street signs. "How long will they Terwil1egarMotors
stay upt asked councilman John
Allen. No action was taken to

replace! street signs.__" _
'"' City: Hall will continue to be open I Ion 964-7200 473-FORD
: Saturday mornings after water I! 371-IOfl6 388-FORD
bills;are received,so that payments' Starke Gainesville Jacksonville Keystone Hgts

.. t can be made then. 209 W. Madison State'Road 21r
No action was taken on the amountof
;' deposit needed to cover water
;r' ,bola when. residents leave town.

':. Clark WadJworth said almost .
,, '
I.VW7. .M tearing town owes money : .' .O' -. I ,;
u I [a6 v ttMl9 deposit now in effect. ,yo


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I .1 \ J&'t79M 'a + i "Ifig ggiWYBT Teachers OK Contract
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have ratified by a 78 to 2 studies instructor George Bowen,
v vote a new contract giving them an the chief negotiator for the teacher
average 9.5 percent pay increase union, the Bradford Education
I I with raises ranging from $1,700.to Association.
$2,600. Under the new schedule teachers
t The school board ratified the new coming Into Bradford County can bring -
k;; contract in a special meeting Tues- in up to 10 years of Rlorida;
day night, Oct. 6. teaching experience for placementon
'U Salaries range from $17,000 for a the salary schedule. Out of state
.. starting teacher to$25,500 at the top teaching experience will get a
'. of the schedule. teacher only $100 per year of ex-
Chief negotiator Dewey McKinney perience for initial determination of
and Supt. Jim Duncan recommend salary but it doesn't count toward
._ ed to the school board that the agree placement on the salary schedule.
ment be retroactive to the first of the The starting salary of $17,000, up
school year. front $15,300. or up 11 percent, remains -
Board member Len Schlofmansaid very low when compared to
"I am not against making the other Florida counties, points out
raise retroactive," but I want to Supt. Duncan. But the mid-range qf
point out it is not the board's fault the salary schedule becomes more.
that the negotiations ran into the competitive with other counties.
I '*' school year. "We were ready to It is a basic three year contract,
1 r ; bargain on July 9th," he said. It was with reopeners each year on salary,
i July 24 before the first meeting was insurance, and the school calendar,
WM3* .< held, and another two weeks before points out BEA President Bowen.
the next meeting said Schlofman. "We're pleased with the agree-

: $; #,*** *: ->" -'." 4? .*- "Sti.v'W: ',. :' ..: .>r y. .:. I out"Hopefully into the,school it will year not be next dragged:\time," still ment have," Bowen a long says.way"We to go think to get we a

he said. competitive salary schedule,"he ad-
Southside It was also agreed in the contractthe ded.Other
school board will contribute items agreed to previously
Straight-A's. .. $1,000 per year per employee toward in the new 1987-88 teacher contract
employee health insurance. The include:

Grades 3, 4, and 5... premium will be slightly over$1,000,
Middle rowGordon Brown. Scott: Thrift, Matt Odom Sean Phillips, so teachers will have to pay the remainder Additional compensatory time
Third fourth and fifth graders at Southside Elementary who earned Troy LaMont. Angie White, Kim DeSue. which is about $15 per for faculty and department head
straight-A's for the first nix-weeks grading period are (l-r): Back row- Aaron Harris. Chrln Sembronki, Lindsay Walkup Molly month, or $11.50 after taxes. The meetings which extend beyond the
Front row, kneeling- Amanda Starling. Jobn Wolf, Leslie Bullock, O'Neal Shannon Safer, Julie taper, Carl Elder, Brad Barber. board is putting up $147 more than normal work day. The comp time
DeWItt Revels Trent Patterson Sean Connatighton Jasen Wilkinson. Absent when photo taken: Elise Sistrunk. last year. must be taken within 25 days, an extension

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school board bargaining team
'161r.* {'1p11tM'RF. R' aNlgpliA IMI :,:.riP ,. 16a Mf4tts19 in :wmu 1a7asiteilf- ; agreed to it, is there are no more days.Language was added to the con-
tW"tk, rkastywf 'w 3'ier IP alr : 7G BIA:,: aat! ni"ritaLlN iiaP9W{+Gl1YlaMny', pear teachers at the top of the salary tract which allows teachers to earn
CJtrtt '' w. 'kf lff't iw': ,Y MgrlryiG4t rx +t fofasafstt ten range than last year. How many one day of sick leave or take one day
s o.mr a
;t 'mod r16R k7A h 'w 9 .. 1 116 'stfseauer J+tflh 'fre ''ll kBaalp W 3 r+la! 4. steps the salary schedule would be of sick leave in summer school.
car' .r ', r, ;. IeVdlRt awswewe ar lattfnre+ : > arta.e tt.I compressed into was the final Criticism or reprimand of instructors
r q + 'QkiRflti.ep'6L Ik01i9JA116i smsne uaraaaa hangup. It was finally agreed the by an admdinistrator must
a r : rrmw tr rff140.16rRt eRlaalWa'a, people at the top of the salary be in private and with discretion.The .
1t71! ""itC schedule last year would remain at superintendent will provide
the top and that everyone else support in pressing charges against
F would advance one step, says Supt. anyone assaulting a teacher. The
tlaaa Duncan. previous contract read that the
The salary schedule has been compressed superintendent would assist a
into 13 steps but it takes 16 teacher when assaulted by a stu
years of allowable teaching experience dent.A.
to reach the top. The board task force composed of
had wanted 18 steps, the union teachers and administrators will be
wanted 12, the same as last year. formed to determine a teacher
Teachers in Bradford County were evaluation instrument for 8889.A .
62nd in average teacher salary in fairer way of
1986-87. "Keeping the salary placed in a teacher's file was agree
schedule relatively compressed may to.
help us move the average teacher The board dropped a demand for
salary in Bradford County closer to an 8-hour working day, sticking to

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Grades 1 and 2: Bradford ARC
P.O. Box 509 I
First and second graders who earned straight-A's Southside Elemen- Revels, Ryan Lee.Marlene Grlffis,Christopher Mollerup, Leann Folsom,
tary School for the first six-weeks grading period are C1-rh Robert Rogers, Jason Lee. Surke. Fla. 32091 I
First row- Seated Indian style are Philip Pom bier, Adam Marchese, Back row standing: Leigh Johns, (Heather Patton David Paul Brooks, If
Jeremy Lawson Karl Sembroskl Richard: Mobley, Freddie Stevens, Lane Tougaw Jody Elder, Renee Smith. Kristin Gassett, Chris Henley, etc
Gary Proctor, Michael O'Neal Paul Chesser. Creasie Bennett.
Middle row seated on sidewalk are Askea Belling. Katrlna Bossard Absent when photo taken: Brand!Tomlinson.April McKinney,Julenre _.n'OIICll/f1E roeavINOeaWithCallWaitingyour, /,
Candice Pippin, Hraiidi. Harper, Lori Musson' Angela Busby, Brett Neugent. Melissa Crews. David Wooley.
w "..* 5 L ... It. .. A 01 .. '

f Brad lid"P 'can Aiition Set for Dec. 3' < {

Due to a light crop of nuts,just one JR. Wainwright and the state Ag 8 a.m. until noon. Nuts should be in
pecan auction is schedled this fall, Dept. will operate the auction in god bags. Plastic type garbage bags is
set for Dec. 3, a Thursday.! cooperation with each other, says are not allowed. If possible, pecans phone never tied-up.
If there is sufficient volume, Allen. should be separated by variety
Market Manager Bob Allen says he The Dec. 3 sale will start at 1 p.m which will give the grower a better
will re-evaluate the situation and Weigh-in for pecans will run from price. Mixed nuts sell cheaper.

may set a second auction, but that __n____
remains to be seen.
The 1986 crop was a bumper crop. I
Normally pecan production fluctuates A
and after a good year _
growers expect a light crop Allen NESeafood
points out.Humane. I
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Society... III,,

The Bradford Humane Society
meets the first Thursday of each ,
month at 7:30: p.m. in the First
Presbyterian Church, opposite the
hospital. u uw1I

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french fries fresh cole slaw two Southernstylehush 'J.I'tI': a. ".., R

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, All-You-Can-Eat That means: ,: '.J

Country-Style Fish Dinner $3.99Dining You can reach your steady babysitter even when her boyfriend is

about It. Neglect can only Room Service Only hanging on the line.

prolong the misery. And, worse yet. Your stockbroker can get through to tell you to sell before you go '
foot pain can be a symptom of for broke. '
like diabetes. MONDAY & TUESDAY
serious problems .
feet Your doctor's nurse can bypass your conversation to confirm your
heart disease or vthritiJ. Your

have supported you ell your life. But Fish Dinner $2.39Captain next appointment.Your .
sometimes they depend on your head Ito callers won't get a busy signal. Instead you'll get a little M, '

make the right decision like I "beep" to let you know another er is on the line. I; ........

calling for an appointment. Call For all the times there's time to wait. .'::
Bradford Hospital Foot Waiting. no ', .. _, :.. a
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PodiatristFirst ; '
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_U'TELEGRAPH November 12, Itln.'


etJITOKJALSMedia The Once Beautiful Keystone Inn

IL ul"I_ Still Empty after Fire $3 Years AgoThirtythree

Obsessed by 'Scandals' years ago this week The Yp
Telegraph carried an interesting history of -4
the Keystone Inn which had been severely
While damaged the month before by fire that
Basic Issues I I
IgnoredWho destroyed most of the upper floor of the .
massive frame building, and caused ''1 6
severe water damage on the two lower r rt

cares about the Issues of War and sex, drugs, and plagiarism at the expense The stately Inn was built in the early
Peace, the National Debt, the of getting the candidates' viewson 1920s by John Lawrence of Lawrence
astronomical Deficit and the basic issues Development Co., pioneer developers of
high cost that affect the
very existence Keystone Heights in the early days of the ,
of medical care? and world leadership of our na Florida land boom. At the time of the fire,
tion. it was owned by William F. LaMorte of

The real issues if we are to believe New York City, owner of a fireproof
building materials firm. He had been in
TV and
newsmen the daily press, are The present scandalmania that is Keystone the day before the fire, in the interest
sex, drugs, plagiarism and other sweeping the media and perhaps caus- of negotiating a sale of the once-
youthful indiscretions of presidential ing the nation the loss of some potentially popular resort, and had left by plane for I
hopefuls. strong leaders when we need them New York several hours before the fire I

most, is forcing some introspective started about 9 p.m.,Sunday, Oct. 4.

Presumably, some truly important newscasters to ask themselves "when is Mr. LaMorte reportedly paid $70,000 for I
the Inn in 1948, and is said to have spent ?
issues were discussed at last weekend's enough enough?" and just how far another $40,000 in repairs. At the time of -__
State Democratic Convention in Miami should this infraction of the right of the fire the only occupant of the Inn was a

Beach, but according to the news SOME privacy, even to politicians, be man from Moultrie, Ga., who was not in The Lawrence FamilyJohn

media the really important stuff was allowed to RO? the its building better when days the, Mr.fire LaMorte's was discovered.In wife. Lawrence (standing centel)\Ai>t/4f/ .of the Keystone Inn, pictured with his

who did or did not experiment with Larkin (the former Mrs. R.A. Weeks) had wife,Agnes, and brother,Jess, in (ftykt pt the Lawrence home en Lakeview Drive
marijuana in high school, or perhaps One bumptiqus young reporter had operated a popular dining room in the said to be the first home built in K VQfi( %Heights. Seated in front is the father of
copied the answer to an arithmetic pro the crassness to ask Massachusetts hotel, where Sunday dinners attracted the Lawrence brothers, original oVWPp) of the town.

blem from a schoolmate's notebook.In Governor Michael Dukakis, a presidential customers from a wide area.Keystone's .
candidate, if he had "anything else healthiest all-year climate" to be fogy'd 1'1 to te housed in Keystone's private homes.
fire chief at the time,the late central Florida.
their eagerness to pander to the in your life you would like to disclose at Cam Bastedo, an early Humphreys The Inn was also popular with University -
sensational tastes of their readers, the this time?" Surely, even in this Gold/DuPont official, credited a new the At the first New Year gettogethef"r"; of Florida students until the depression
banquet was over, the ladies '
were pV5"- curtailed their social activities. UFfrater-
mediaboth electronic and printed-. iconoclastic age of the 1980s, there are Seagram pumper, just received the ed to retire to the lobby while their s V\jAA\ ruties often planned breakfasts at the Inn
previous August, with preventing the Inn
almost totally ignored discussion of some limitations to boorishness. convened and formed'
any from being a total loss. Fire fighters from Keystone'.JVH( l after their dances in Gainesville. The
the crucial issues facing the nation to Starke, Melrose, and Gainesville assistedthe "Board of Trade", which perform"/ tt|H> Gator football team of that era stayed at
concentrate Senator functions of today's Chamber of V0y\ the Inn on the eve of the annual Homecoming
on who took an experimental Albert Gore one of the Keystone volunteers in partially saving merce. Not to be outdone, the IJjJ\ -
puff or two on a marijuana presidential candidates who "confessed" the building.A f game. Their coaches hoped to give
cigarette organized also, and Mrs. Frank WA.I t I'\I\\ 1 them a good night's rest before the big
back in the flaming 1960s. The conven- to a fleeting use of marijuana when Sr., was elected first president "',( GI e event. Players had to be in bed by 9 p.m.,
tion almost took on the aura of a confes- serving in the Vietnam War and lateras short time after th$ fire Paul, the damagedInn Woman's Club. put coaches would remain in the lobby unlit
was purchased by Smyzor, a
sional as apprehensive candidates a young reporter, asked for fairness wealthy Gainesville investor and one-time The Walrath's operated the Inn fiy ri/_ the wee hours,planning strategy for the

sought to jump the gun and 'fess up to during a news conference at the owner of Keystone Beach, for a reported years during the peak of its activity' t ,t'"J next day.
their early flings with pot, before some Democratic Convention in Miami $18,000. In the intervening three decades popularity, and remembered that \l +>fa The decline of the Inn came gradually in
sniffed Beach. He reminded his listeners that since the fire, the new owner of the originally designed as a two-story Mf\i\ the '3os and '408, as Keystone Heights
eager reporter out their :
youthful deserted building has steadfastly refusedall ture. The fateful third floor,where 1 IMQ fIr\ evolved from a winter resort into a summer -
indiscretion and made it a national "There was always an American tradi- offerseven one from a group of started, was added later in the core\ \j\c* playground. Visitors now come mostly -
campaign issue. tion of people growing beyond their past Gainesville restorers-developers for a tion. The third-floor rooms were tffyM\ I from Gainesville,Jacksonville or other
and building a brighter future for reputed $185,000.Before had only one window and were unbefyfy i ty area towns -while the summer people
This is not to belittle the negative themselves.'rHis frank discussion of his hot in the summerconsequently V'VJt seem to prefer their own cabin on one of
significance of even the most brief and early mistake reflected the feelings of the fire, the Inn had been the hard to rent, it was said. The ,,,:\\1'_ the many nearby lakes.
used there" i
casual use of marijuana or any other many others of his generation who are center of Keystone Heights social activities winter.A employees. to sleep "up g As for the future of the Inn. ex-Mayor
The and contributed to the growth of Bill Beam who helped fight that
drug. potential tragedy is that
who some now struggling to resolve the conflict the community in its early years. The highlight in the Inn's history cA.lt\* ) l*" memorable fire 33 years ago,sees no light
of those flirted with pot under peer between prevailing attitudes of that grand opening of the Inn was held on New the 1920s when it served as headquyt t\r> at the end of the tunnel. Some cynical
pressure or for whatever reason, might time and the attitudes now required for Year's Day, Jan. 1, 1924, and it soon for a convention of the National re pa, Keystonws: even say the town would bebetter
have liked the experience and become responsible parenthood and became traditional to,hold open house tion of Woman's Clubs, attend, p>y off if the firemen had just ".t itburn"
public ser-
addicted thus defeating their oppor- vice. festivities and a dinner dance every yearat delegates from every state in the ())1I1'\11'\J '\ l I Beam doesn't agree,however,saying -
this time to This occasion also of the fire would have become
celebrate the anniversary.It brought one Wt \1111'\ y so massive
tunity to be what
they now arecan- most embarrassing moments. An qy\I', "the whole town might have burned."
didates for the presidency or other high Senator Gore's response was perhapsthe is and said that Mr. Lawrence had traveled zealous manager boasted about th. \\1111-y But it
up down Florida's Trail Ridge section seems evident that the present
office. best yet reply to the question of 'accommodations, promising PV>V-.t\1\ for
in his trips from Pennsylvania to his owner, whatever reason, has no intention
where the line should be drawn betweenthe earlier developments in Miami and Sebr- rooms with baths to every delegate 3yrv(( \ of selling so Keystone's once

The media is performing no service to public's right to know and the candidate's ing. He often described the Keystone ding.found Many themselves of the wealthy in the women crowded"I"I"', ,,tV glamorous landmark will probably remain

the voters and the political IQ of the nation right to a modicum of privacy Heights area as the site of "the finest and private third floor rooms,while oth/MyM/1(>\\fi$ just glamour thata, of course.landmarkwithout the

when it concentrates almost exclusively concerning the indiscretions and mis-

on such titillating subjects as judgements of youth.

i Bradford Demo Delegates Hear Pf// idential Hopefuls

I' Blood Donors Wanted! Four delegates from Bradford County's Gore Jr.,of Tennessee,called fora. strong" t t

Democratic Executive Committee, atten- national defense and a commitment to improving
ding the 1987 Florida Democratic Party education in America; Jesse
Convention in Miami Beach last weekend, Jackson nationally known black leader
"Blood is like a parachuteif it'snot ficials will see that permission slips proclaimed it the most enthusiastic and > demanded an end to spending on "Star

there when you need it... are given to students who otherwise best attended in recent years. Wars" and the Nicaraguan Contra The

chances are you'll never need it qualify to donate blood, and parents Sizing up the four Democratic presidential two absent candidates Senator Paul
again." must give signed permission before candidates who presented their caseson Simon of;. Illinois, and former Governor
any student will be accepted.As the convention floor were Guy Andrews, Bruce Babbitt of Arizona missed the con
Cecelia Terwillegar, Anna Felos and -.. vention in order to campaign for the Iowa
This Is the message being broad- Desta Dyal, Bradford County State 1 caucuses.
cast this week by Starke Ctvltans In an added attraction for blood Committeewoman.In Both Gephardt and Gore claimed to have

preparation for what they hope will donors, a tailgate party will be heldat question and answer session, strong support lined up among Florida

be another record-breaking two-day Bradford Square on Saturdaywith moderated by former Governor, now U.S. Richard Gephardt, U.S. Represef\/ tVv' legislators and state officials.The keynote
Community Blood Drive In Starke food and drink for all donors, Senator Bob Graham, were: Michael S. Missouri, called for measures to fr\\e\ \\ speaker at Saturday night's kick-off dinner
this Friday and Saturday, and the Bloodmobile will broadcastthe Dukakis, Governor of Massachusetts, who that America's trading partners %\\tete\ \ in the Fontambleau-Hilton Hotel was
Florida-Kentucky football stressed his success in budget control and U.S.the same access to their mark'|* November 1314. A record was set In will need miss the gameso economic development in his home state; give them to ours; U.S. Senator"J Jtyert popular Democratic leader, noted for turn
no one to play-
the August 24-25 drive when 192 wit and wisdom.

pints of blood were collected here by by-play action. -
the Bloodmobile from the Civitan -

Regional Blood Center in Come out and help the Civitans seta 11ft5.Letters to the EditorDeputy
Gainesville. new record for blood donations at

the following times and places:

Statistics show that 95 percent of 'J .jiqL.Bradford

all Americans will require at least Friday, Nov. 13-Bradford High *
School and Santa Fe Community
one blood transfusion before they it is. : .
College, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Bradford CommendedFor .
reach the age of 72. Many, less for-
Appreciation also goes to the buv jll'V'uSt
and County Cour- Cooperation With
will need much than Hospital Bradford
tunate, more and individuals who sponsored W (flP'chase -
that In the case of accidents or thouse, 3'6 p.m.Saturday "Drug-Free Schools"An Award Program, which guhl r"fMb({ .en

serious Illnesses. Open Letter to David Aderholt,Brad- sales to quality artists, and to the' Aryapy
Nov. 14. Winn Dixie
ford County Sheriff's Department: businesses and individuals who Marketplace, 9 a.m.-l p.m.; Brad- money or contributed their service (\rJ pip.
There Is no need for donors to ford Square 2.6 p.m.Blood Dear David: port of the 2nd Annual Starke FevHv\ \l. Of
make an appointment to give blood Thank you so much for providing the the Arts.I .
David W.N.....
for Free Schools"Project
during the drive. All that Is program on Oct.our 13."Drug Your presentation and hope you enjoyed the art and tlV jH'fa{ Bradford County Forester
necessary Is to report at the Is like a display of drugs and drug paraphenalia at the Festival. A number of artnyfy: t Have
and where a told us that this show is a favorite PVWt?
times places,
specified parachute.If were excellent. This was truly an educational Free Seedling ProgramTimber
qualified technician will give all and informative experience for the people of Starke are so g"I"\e"\ oiA.( \
donors an examination to determine Ifs not there young and old alike. Thank you for being part of tJ11V/ qpd companies all across Florida
reflection. want you as a landowner to take advantage -
whether or not they are In conditionto I I when yon The Sheriff's Department has been most of an opportunity.
Nancee Clark
donate blood. This exam' consistsof I II need supportive and cooperative in our effortsto ,Cooglttat0r!
I ... < help make our schools truly "drug Starke Arts r V|liVI\J\/ Bradford'County landowners you
rate II
blood test, pulse
a pressure ...
free". Without this cooperation between have 5 acres that are idle or nonproductive
and temperature checks, and a "- 'chances schools and community,our task would be ,get down to my office and signup
hemoglobin test. After the blood Is impossible.We under the "Free Seedling" Program.
drawn the donor relaxes a few are you'llnever I
really appreciate your giving of your This program was created to aioourage i
,, minutes, refreshed with juice and time and talents in sharing with us your Child Find... private landowners to plant trees on theirland.
cookies, before resuming his or her need itxufxtln knowledge of drug usage in this county. We You may have heard about this
will local Do know a child with a hy/y program
activities. hope you continually encourage you
normal daily
in past years, but once again this
citizens to become involved and attend dicap
I the of Child Find is one part of thv year the opportunity to obtain these seedlings
meetings second Tuesday each
blood the donor will has been
Before giving Florida and given to twelve counties !including
Diagnostic LearflyltyJ
month at 7:15 p.m. The Nov. 10 meeting Bradford.
I, also record name, address and was held at Bradford Middle School and Resources System (FDLRS \tfyl(
telephone number In order to focused on Alcohol Abuse. Subsequent lends support services to exc'jtV This is possible only
program through
receive credit for the blood donated. Cf! meetings will be at Starke Elementary tional student education pro& f\f\ contributions received from put
I. tarp, Cafeteria. in a six county area: Bradford umber
The only requirement Is to be between paper companies, sawmills,
the ages of 17 and 72, and be In :t'::.._-== Adele Mitchell and Baker Union Flagler Counties., Putnam, St.JpfpII, dealers, equipment suppliers and other

I I generally good health. School of- Local Organizer One function of Child Find 1ft of sponsors forestry.who have an interest in the future
"Drug Free Schools"Arts identification of potentially hs,<'rA

dicapped preschool students, fi\A Any eligible landowner can sign-up for
Festival Staff location of children and
I the yv: tAj
up acres worth of these free seedlings. -
Thanks CommunityFor between birth and 21 years of AgY i aDo not think that Just because they
Its who may have a handicap covtytyM
vtyRlD CQ(/ Support and are not receiving service!. are free that it must be something that someone *
1879 Editor, Telegraph: Some areas of handicapping<\ wants to act rid of.These seedlings

4 areliij I would like to personally thank you for tions may be speech, langua\ are the improved variety of pines that you
p4 your generous support at this year's hearing, vision, learning, bcylv1/ see! growing""naturally throughout our
Starke Festival of the Arts.Although there or physical problems. I I area. Not only can you get free trees to .
o y are many excellent sidewalk art shows in If you know of a child who (*W |plant, but you can have the best of t.Iae..lot.
be contactFDLRSChild
BOB FERGUSON.JOHN M.MILLERPublirh.r. Florida, none can boast as much com-
Find at (904) ?j\tytl$
rI H munity involvement as this city. From a If you are Interested In this programyoB"can
Published sock: Thursday and entered as Second Cfais Mailer at the Post Office at volunteer clean-up crew to face-painters,. I in FDLRS/Child Putnam County Find or P.O.write Bolt from entertainers to children's art program at the Agricultural Building and sign-
Stark,Fla., under Act of March 3. 1879. Subscription rale. In trade area: $10 per year;$5.50.1 I. months. Boetwick, FL 32007. ': Bradford
volunteers,Jefferson Street was fiil-| Up. County may not hare this opportunity
Oul M* trade. area: $11 per year; $6 six month. 510'...,F.o. "|ed with over 200 volunteer who graciously!, ,' every year,so don't pmas II.If
"--%.6305 P.O.Drawer I made this show toe community event that: ,1.--. --___ .n_ ___ "." '; you're Interested. .
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November 12, 1987 TELEGRAPH PIeBAI. '

Hampton .Hi-Lites' ,By Phon Dolores_-91Sg
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t Bloodmobile Coming... Pies far( Girl Scouts...

Area residents will have the opportunity Local Girl Scouts are taking(
to donate blood this orders for Thanksgiving pies until
weekend when the Civitan Bloodmobile -a Friday Nov. 13. Big pecan pies will
comes to Starke. Schedule is: be made for$4 each, and thick pumpkin
k Friday, Nov. 13-Bradford High pies will sell for $3 each.
/ School and Santa Fe Community This is a project the girls are spon
College, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, soring to save money for a trip to
4. Nov. 14-Winn Dixie, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Savannah, Ga., in the spring. There 1 t ,
$ and Bradford Square 2-6 p.m. they plan to visit the residence of t .f
w Any healthy person from ages 17 Juliette Lowe, founder of the Girl
r :!'l."f.r.. .. to 72 is eligible to donate. Donationsmay Scouts organization, and tour the Ci
"'I".4' be specified for family, friends ty of Savannah. Please call Deobie
)- .;.jvrrl.
"' __ of organizations. Broome at 468-1559 or the school to
:I \
"" ''J 'r Congratulations! place orders. t tssAC

: Prince Kyle Crowned.., PTO Meeting...

1 On Sunday, Nov. 1, Kyle Sheppard An important PTO meeting will be ,,,'r .
eight-months son of Olie andSandy held at school on Tuesday, Nov. 17, 1
: t Sheppard, entered the 7:30: p.m. Results of the Halloween k
Cinderella and Prince Charming Carnival will be given and other im
..,J ) Pageant held at the National Guard portant matters discussed. It is .

... Armory-in Starke. estimted that approximately $5,000 V
w._ Smiling Kyle came away from two was realized as profit at the Car
crowns, three ribbons, three cer nival.
Mr.and Mrs.Paul Causey tificates and three large trophies. Louis Gives Thanks...
Dressed in a white sailor suit trimmed
Tcrnc/e Hutchins Paul with blue and red, Kyle won In the Louis Marney, Carnival Chairman
Causey categories of Mr. Photogenic, wishes to thank all who helpedin
Wed October 24 'I Prince Charming and in over-all appearance any way to make this carnival
at Hope Baptist in the ages three to tiny successful and enjoyable. He appreciates
baby category. all the effort which made

Miss Tancie Hutchins daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hutchins of. .Kyle was sponsored in the this affair a sellout in rues
P Starke became the bride of Paul Causey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Causey Pageant by Su-El's Beauty Shop and and so much fun for everyone!

of Starke, on Saturday, Oct. 24 at Hope Baptist Church. Rev. David Weyand Retirement Center and Olie's More Ililites..,

performed the service. Garage. Visitors..
The chapel was decorated with altar baskets of blue carnations, Shasta Future plans for Kyle are participation
daisies, and gladiolas accented with baby's breath and palms. in a Baby Pageant at High George and Gwen Ward of Colum
Nuptial music was provided by organist Marcia Lee. Springs on Nov IS. He may also bus, Ga., are spending several days Kristy Johns
Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride wore a gown of white silk enter state competition in Orlando this week with his sister and brother- I IMs.
in-law Jewel and Bill
organza featuring an empire waist with a Victorian neckline accented with next June.Mabel's. Young.
Mr. and Mrs. Randy Scoggins and Kristy Johns to Give Recital
alencon lace. The sleeves were tapered to the wrist and came to a point on 80th
spent the weekend at Rainbow
the hand. The full skirt was appiiqued with lace and flowed into a chapel-
length train.The hemline on both gown and trash'was formed by the alencon Mrs. Mabel NesSmith was River visiting relatives and
lace. honored on Nov. with a big surprise friends. Kristy Johns,organist of First Auditorium organ is a 64 rank instru-
Her fingertip veil fell from an alencon lace appiiqued headpiece accented birthday party in celebration of her doom United Methodist Church in Starke, ment which has undergone
with pearls. The bridal bouquet was a cascade of blue carnations, white 80th birthday, Nov. 4. Festivities Operating will\ present her senior organ recitalat rebuilding by Aeolian-Skinner and
daisies, accented with baby's breath and ivy. consisting of a BBQ luncheon.and Nurses to Meet the Unviersity of Florida MP Moller. Completion of the
Annette Rowe was the matron of honor. She wore a floor-length gown of birthday cake with some eighty The Gainesville Memorial Auditorium on Sunday, organ will result in an instrumentwith
royal blue satin, featuring a round neckline with oft-the-shoulder ruffled relatives and friends attending were Room Area Assn. of Nov. 22 at 8.15pm: 97 ranks of pipes, five manual
sleeves. She carried a bouquet of blue carnations, white daisies and baby's held at Hampton School cafeteria.We Operating Nurses is having its The recital will be given in partial divisions and pedal and 64 stops.
breath. all wish many more happy bir monthly meeting Thursday, Nov. 19 fulfillment of the requirements for This organ is one of the major in
Best man was Rusty Sullivan. Ushers were Mark Traylor and Tracy HoU- thdays with good health for Mabel 1 at Center 7 p.m., at the Fla. Surgical her degreeBachelor of Music struments in Southeastern United
2001 SW 13th St. in
ingsworth. wedding was directed by Mrs. Julie Weyand. Christina Celebrates.., Gainesville Education. States.
Following the held in the Kristy began studies with The is invited to attend this
ceremony, a reception was On Nov. 6 Christina Marie Meng The will be piano public
Assisting in serving and attending the guests were Linda Sullivan, Teresa program "Endoscopy: the late Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards. recital.
celebrated her fifth birthday. Her Everything wanted
Sullivan. Ernestine Herring and Jo Earl Ellis. you always to She later studied and organ
parents, Kevin and Patti treated her know, but were afraid to ask". piano
Two Bradford
The tables were covered with white lace cloths with arrangements of Free CEU's with Mrs George A Canova. She is Hosp. Aux.
to a party at McDonald's on Sat. awarded.
flowers in the bride's chosen colors. There was a lace wishing well which with a group of her friends. TRhe business meeting will follow currently studying organ in the! Meeting ]rVov. 16'The
held the bridal gifts. the studio of Professor Willis Bodine,
The bride's table was centered with a three-tiered wedding cake, accented Early November associated presentation. Registered Nurses University Organist and Carillonneur Bradford Hospital Auxiliary
with fern around it. On the opposite end, punch was served from a large Birthdays... with the operating room will hold its general meeting on Mon
crystal punch bowl by Jennie Vaughn of Jacksonville. Cutting the bride's Nov. Stacey McGregor; are cordially invited to attend. The University Memorial day, Nov. 16 with a dutch treat din
cake was Sue Scarbrough of Jacksonville. Melissa and Carolyn Scarbrough 2-Denise Williams 3-Andy Red- ner, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the
passed out rice-filled bags. ; Honor Ro/II/ Students Western Steer Restaurant.
ding, Maggie Holloway and Karrle Lawtey
Ma. Brenda Littlejohn, Retarded
Following a wedding trip to Ft. Payne and the Alabama mountains, the Lee; 4-Jonathon Woodard and Med-
Education Coordinator will
be the
couple will reside in Starke. ford Connelly; 5-EveIyn Vaughan; For the' first six weeks grading Ptlcher, Leighton Lee, Beth Slaterd guest speaker Ms. Littlejohn has an
6-Sarah Underwood, Billy Jordan the students Jaime Hinman, Marla extensive
period, following at background, including experience
UDC Weeks ChapterTo and Gerald Brown; 7-Mark Parado; Lawtey Elementary receivedStralglltA's. Dominic Barber. with HRS, work with the
Announcing.:, Johnny Hodges; Matthew .
Meet November 16 sandra 4th Grade: Tashemah Aaron, Sandra profoundly mentally handicapped,
Dyal; ; 11-Any 1st Grade and Sunland
: Kyle Bennett, Sarah Crews Harridelle at prior to her latest
Smith 12-Sid Russell 13-Glenn
The W.T. Weeks Chapter, UDC, ; ; Falkenberg, Chris Lanier, Tiffany position.Mrs. .
Hunter, Lori Kilgore, Christine Ran-
Chelsea Friese Brian Davis Della Koser
Lynne Tatum will meet on Monday, Nov. 16 at the Lafferty, Kim Lott, Brian NaYlord jbar, Michael Fugatt, Eric Rose McConnell, president,
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Tatum of Bradford Family Restaurant for a and Jewel Voung.Methodist Amanda Patrick, Amy Juchniewicz, Enka King and Raye urges all members to attend, wear-
. Lawtey announce the birth of a dutch treat luncheon meeting at Ann Smith. 2nd Grade: Amanda Padgett. ing full auxiliary uniform.
' daughter Chelsea Lynne, born Oct 11:30 a.m. All members are urged to Youth Crews, James Kilby, Lectisa Kiser, 5th Grade: Jamie Chamberlain,
! 13 at Gainesville. attend and bring a prospective Attend Workshop Audrey Massey, Brandyn Padgett, Herman Crews, Darrell Diggs Ricky Norman Celebrates
Maternal grandparents are member if possible. John Pilcher, Brian Sapp and Vic-
. Angel Lamer, Taylor Sherman
. Wtniam"'Aj Cashdollar of Mid- The youth officers of United.Methouist toria Verunac. Third BirthdayRicky
Kyle Tamara
5 dleburg, and Margaret B. Taylor of Mrs. Jewell RobertsTo Youth Fellowship from 3rd Grade: Bonnie Cowie, Brooke Austin, Tina Eunice and Matthew Norman, son of Paul and
Starke First United Methodist
Great Gaskins, Mist! Golden, and Henry
Keystone Heights grant- Gnffis.Cth .
Celebrate 90th Janet Norman of Lawtey,
Church attended the
Florence Bradshaw of Leadership Ross 4th Grade: Greg Durban,
parents are
Grade: Virginia Belmarez, celebrated his third birthday with a
Dothan,Ala.,and Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Birthday SundayThe last Workshop weekend.at Leesburg Youth Camp Mikel Gaskins, Darrell Harvey, Shane' Griffin, Jam Griffis, Denise party at his home on Sunday,Oct.18.
Cashdollar of Jacksonville. Donna Hoyle, Chris Smith, Brandt
of Tatum Hankerson Andrea Crawford, Dale 35 family
family The Approximately
workshop was presented by Wilkerson and
Paternal grandparents are Mr. Roberts invites friends and family to Thom and Joani Schultz. Thom is the Dwayne Wilkinson. Pendarvis Keith Santana, Carrie members and friends including his
5th Grade
and Mrs.Tom Tatum,Jr. of Lawtey. : Latonya Prevatt and Tanner P J. Harris Har
help Mrs. Roberts celebrate her owner and founder of the Group Zack Smith. Ruth Ann brothers Kenny and Davy, grand-
6th Grade Ed
Great-grandparents are Mr. and ninetieth birthday on November 13. Publishing Co. in Estes Park Col wards, Laura Goodner: Peter ris, Shawn Lee, Nark Scott, and mother Mrs. Purvis Brown, and
Mrs. O.E.Pearson of Starke and Mr. ,
and The open house will be at the orado.Joani has written many books diif QJtligo'f aidlSl BliS hek'i\l.klnson\ ; Audrey Massey grandfather Albert Norman, joined
Mrs. Tom Tatum, Sr., of
Fellowshi Hall of First United for Youth Ministry including Involving in the celeBration.' The "Pound Pup
Lawtey. Methodist Church in Starke,from 2-4 Youth in Ministry and Youth A-B Students... 7th Grade: Jackie Bowels, Nicy pies" theme was carried out
Bradley, Shannon Brown, Alicia throughout the party area. Guests
Ministry Cargo.
Jake Terry Fox p.m.Your presence is your gift. The workshops included leadership 1st Grade: Ricky Beck, Nancy Clemons, Gretchm Crews, Wendy were served cake and refreshments.
Terry W. and Michele Fox of classes for all officers and Cavanaugh, Patricia Cowie Bonnie Cowie, Richard Crews, Laterra
Hollister, Fla., announce the birth of Award leaders. Folsom, Daniel Fugatt, Kristen Johnson, Theressa Juchniewicz, ".
a Bon, Jake Terry,. born Oct. 27 in Scholarship The youth attended workshops Groves, Katrina Harris, Ledezman DiDi McNeal, Mist! Padgett, N.A.A.C.P. Meeting
Honors J Hobbs, Jr. on Johnson, Tiffany Smith, Brooke Ann
Putnam Community Hospital in Leadership, Parllmentary Pro- Rochelle Prevatt Tonya Tuesday, Nov. 17
Palatka. He joins one brother, Thornton, TaNika Wilson, Shauna Tatum, Carla Sheering, Stephanie
William, 9 yrs. old. The Florida Section of the cedure, Group Process, Interpersonal Morgan, Allen Thompson. John Traylor, James Wilkinson. The monthly meeting of the
American Nuclear Society held a Communications and Fund Adkins, William Aldridge, Ronnie N.A.A.C.P. will be held Tuesday
meeting and banquet October 30 at Raising. There was emphasis on Belmarez, Marie Clark, Justin Hig- Nov. 17 at 7:30: p.m. in the Annex ot
Michael Tex PatrickMr. the Rettngton Beach Hilton Hotel In building a Youth Based Ministry. ginbotham, Beverly Hires, Adam Greater Allen Chapel Church.See .
and Mrs. Tex Patrick of St. Petersbury to honor and award a Members attending were: Mar- Moore, Kristeen Moorhous, Melissa
Lawtey announce the birth of a son, scholarship in memory of James C. shall Albritton, UMYF President; Richendollar James Prescott,
Michael Tex, born Nov. 9 in Alachua Hobbs, Jr. Sarah Smith, Choir Vice President; Jackie Schmohe, Bryan Sellers,
General Hospital Gainesville, and Mrs. Maxine Hobbs made the Matthew Albritton, UMYF JerryLee!wisJynthia White,
weighing 10 IDS. 11 oz. He joins Shan award presentation with a plaque to Treasurer; Josh Bula UMYF 1'herilynn Juchmewicz, Tony it* for
non, 11,Amanda,7, and J.T., who is Janet Gail Piper of Miami,a Univer Publicity; Julie Ferguson, UMYF Williams, Billy Howell, Dennis '*QuulltInvltutlorm( *Reception Items 4
sity of Florida student. This will be Secretary; Ann Carol Roberta Crews, Daniel Bullock and Curtis *AltencluntH OlftB Party Dres..c,,
3.Maternal grandparents are Mrs. an annual award to a deserving stu, UMYF Middle School Represen Holder. *Ttixediw *:Mother tif the Bride I Uwiery p
Alice Arwood of Green Cove Springs dent in the nuclear program at UofF tative; Colby Smith and Chris 2nd Grade: Tesa Ann Prescott, Bridal. .XLCC..SOHCH
and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Orn- by the American Nuclear Society. Powell, Choir Equipment Lake/ia Clark, Stacy Wood, Diana *AnnlM.r''ur> (ilfta
sbee of Gainesville. Great grand- Mr. Hobbs, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Managers; Billy Stroud, UMYF Smith, James Bryan, Brandie Bar-
mother is Mrs. Vern Cook of C. Hobbs of Starke, was a nuclear Vice President; John Loper, UMYF rick, Maurice Strong, Michelle tot a
Gainesville. engineer with Florida Power Cor Committee Chairman and Sheila Groves, Hollie Tew, Michael "' '] '
]) anent f'Juu" )
Albritton Youth Director. uam
Juchniewicz Shaunerla ay
Paternal grandparents are poration in Crystal River and was McQueen,
Christine Patrick of Lawtey and the killed in the Washington, D. C. Air- Training for Directors included Leigh Ann Griffin, Lynn Burch, Leila's
late W.M.Patrick. Florida plane crash in January 1982. Creative Programming, Youth Bible Mary Griffis,Tiffany Norman, Hope ,
Sutdies, Mission Projects, Creative Pierce, Shawna Roberts, and Dana Dress & Gift Shop
Lacy James Alvarez Problem Solving and Being a Williams.
Jimmy and Sandra Alvarez proudly THE BRADFORD COUNT, Counselor in UMYF.Coordinator 3rd Grade: Brandi Lanier, Sarah Bradford Square
announce the birth of their son '. TELEGRAPH for the weekend was Bennett, Donna Fugatt, Kristine Shopping CenserStarke '
Lacy James,born Oct.22. Lacy joiniia USPS O62-7OO Rev. Mike Ratliff of Trinity Johns, Michelle Konkel, Cleveland sba-sos1. ODH3f
sister Kiley Jo. Published> ; every Thursday atoP Methodist, Gainesville. McQueen, Latisha Nichola, Jeremy

Maternal grandparents are War 135 W. Call Street. Starke, --
ren and Topsy Eb ng. Florida 32091 r I
Paternal grandparents are Harold
Second class postage paid at
and Alvarez. Great-
Myrtle Starke Florida and addlUonal
grandmother is Verda B. Johns.
-- mailing offices : GEORGE
Kyle Allen Kirkland Poatmas'ter. Send address

Rev. and Mrs. Ed Kirkland of changes to: Bradford County
Kingsley Lake announce the birth of Telegraph P.O. Drawer A. ROBERTS RANCE
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Maternal Marile In trade area:: $12.OO per year '
grandparents are Insurance
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n h TELEGRAPH November, 12,lie?
t,- Church News I .

Everybody's Tabernacle Revival' ServicesAt Now Is the time to spruce up .
To Host Gideon Speaker Hope BaptistDr.

Evangelist Tempe Brown, Virgil Lovett, pastor of the \ for the HolldayslDon't .
internationally-known Gideon First Baptist Church in Spopka.will
speaker from Athens Ga., will be be the guest speaker for Revival Ser- Walt until the last minute.
conducting a series of messages on vices on Nov. 15-18 at Hope Baptist.
the subject, "Learning to Minister Each service will begin at 7:30:
Like Jesus". These services will be p.m.,with special music provided.A We can install :
held at Everybody's Tabernacle In nursery will also be open. .
Lake City beginning Sunday,Nov.IS The major motion picture, "Shef-
at 11 a.m. and 8:30: p.m., and conti- fey"will be shown Saturday,Nov. 14 Vanity Mirrors
nuing nightly, Monday, Nov. 16 at 7 p.m.with a family covered dish l :
through Wednesday, Nov. 18 at 7:30: supper at S:30 p.m. as a kick-off for
p.m. nightly. She will also be the revival. Shower Doofe
ministering in song and sharing her Please make plans to attend each
testimony.Everybody's. service. Rev. Gary Heath is the host
Tabernacle is pastor. -v Mirrored Walls

located at US 41 at I-7S, Eillsviiie.

Revival/ Services Set Starke November

At Hope Baptist Elementary Special r on materials for

Dr. Lovett of Losing 2 PTA Officers...
Virgil ,pastor Trinity
I7 Baptist Church in Apopka, will be Starke Elementary will be losing c:> 1 10% vanity mirrors
t the guest speaker at Hope Baptist two valuable PTA officersChuck
Church for revival services on Nov. and Janice Walker. We have been and shower

Mr.and Mrs.Percy E.Sullivan,III 15-18, 7:30 p.m., except Sunday at fortunate over the past several Discount
7:15pm. years to have them as PTA officers doors. Installedor
Special music will be provided for and LSAC members. Chuck recently
Theresa tRicks Rusty Sullivan each service. The motion picture served as President and Janice as Do-lt-Yourself
"Sheffey" will be shown on Saturday Treasurer of our PTA. They spent
Wed August 22 at Hope BaptistTheresa Nov. 14 at 7 p.m.as a kickoff to many, many hours in project I J
the revival. A covered dish family relating to helping our students.
supper will preceed the film at 5:30: Good luck Chuck and Janice,Calvin I
Elizabeth Ricks of Starke REE ESTIMATESNo
Percy Everett(Rusty)Sullivan III
church educational and Julie as you move to a new
of Theressa, were united In marriage on August 22, 1987 at Hope Baptist building.For further information, school and community. Thanks for
Church.Theresa Is the of Mr.and Mrs. W. Ricks of Startce.
daughter George
call the church, 4734188. Rev. Gary all your help here!
Rusty is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Percy E. Sullivan,Jr., of Theressa. Heath is the pastor. New officers at Starke Elemen-
r Guests were greeted and asked to sign the bride's book by Mrs. Marjorie tary include: Gloria Rittman, moving
Hutchinson, who also directed the wedding. The book and a pink and white St. Edward's News from VP to President; Kelli

flower arrangement were displayed on a table in the church foyer. Altar' Society Bazaar... Luke from LSAC member to VP;
The traditional double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. David Betty. Hildebrand, Treasurer and
Weyand with a prayer by Rev. Gary Heath.A Sophie Kimutis, Vice President, Rhoda Wainwright, Secretary.
semicircle of palm trees decorated the sanc$iary.Large baskets of pink at the St. Edward's Altar
and white mixed silk flowers, arranged by Lynda Sullivan, the groom's Society meeting held in the parish Fall Fun Day Success! ( dealers please at this special price)
mother and Debbie Broome were placed on pedestals on each side. The hall Nov. 3. The students'enjoyed Fall Fun
family pews were adorned by bows of pink dotted swiss. Bazaar Chairman Bobbie Moore Day held Oct. 30. Raffle prizes were
Nuptial music was played by Marcia Lee on piano. "My Only Love" was announced final plans for the Parish won by: Tiffany Ross (Barbie Doll,
sung by John Wayne Hersey Dewitt Hersey, and David Griffis, accompanied Country Christmas Bazaar tg be Josh Forman (football),Drew Wain-
by Ronnie Jones on guitar. held on parish grounds Saturday, wright (radio), Michelle O'Steen
Best man was Rusty's father. Brett Russel was groomsman. Ushers were Nov. 21 from 11 .m. (scooter) and Kenneth Crawford
Paul Causey, Jason Hersey. George W. Ricks II and Logan C. Ricks, Spaghetti and meatball dinners (scooter).
brothers of the bride.Kyle Crenshaw,son of Mr.and Mrs.Jerry Crenshaw of will be sold for$3 each with takeouts Parent-Teacher Con
Gainesville, was ring bearer. available. Among other attractions
Cheryl Furrow Alldredge of Gardener,Mass.,was matron of honor,wearing will be arts and crafts, Christmasgift ference... LAKE AREA GLASS & MIRROR
a tea-length dress of pink dotted swiss.A square neckline and items, candies and baked goods, The Starke Elementary PTA will
ed sleeves topped a full skirt.The waist was accented by a white satin ribbon games for all ages,hand-churned ice meet Tuesday,Nov. 17 at 7 p.m.This Licensed & Insured
sash with a bow in back. She carried a fan covered with silk pink roses,white cream cash and other prizes. The will be a parent conference night
baby carnations,baby's breath,pink and white ribbon tufts and greenery. In Anybody's Treasure Booth will allowing parents a chance to sign-up 322 S, Walnut St. Starke
her hair was a comb covered in pink flowers. feature antiques, tools furniture, for a private conference with their
Denise Elizabeth Ball of Lake Butler was bridesmaid, and was dressed kitchen and household articles and a child's teacher. The PTA officers
similar to the matron of honor. Sunnie Douglass, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. variety of useful items at bargain and LSAC members will meet at 9647684Seagratn's .
Sonny Douglass of Theressa, was flower girl. All the attendants' dresses prices. Everyone Is invited to come 8:30: in the cafeteria with any in-
were fashioned by Barbara Ricks,the bride's mother. Their headpieces and for good food and entertainment! terested parents welcome to attend.
bouquets were made by the bride, the groom's mother. Also planned at this meeting were
Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose an elegant full-length new altar furnishings. Allen and
gown of white tissue faile. The faux surplice neckline ended with pleats at Elois Jones volunteered for altar
the left side seam.The short puffy sleeves were worn off the shoulder. A very care during November.The BACARDI
full gored and gather skirt floated from the natural waistline. Theresa worea annual Christmas Party for I
headpiece she had which formed a band of satin and gauze residents at the Volunteers of 1\\ ? PUERTO RICAN
flowers accented with pear Her full-length veil with blusher,made by her American home was set for Dec. 17 EXTRA DRY ; ;
mother, was tulle with an edging of narrow scalloped lace. at 4 p.m.The -4 % rum
The bride's cascade of silk white annual Altar __
bouquet was a pink roses baby carna- Society nnaK Dit
tions, baby's breath, ribbon tufts and ivy designed by the groom's mother Christmas Party was planned for Gin {rY AMBER AND
and the bride. She also carried an antique linen and lace handkerchief that Dec. 11 at 8 p.m. ",..r.:. SILVER
her maternal grandmother,Emma Klsh of Stoneboro Pa., had received in CYO Serves Mexican J ,' 'Z? LITER
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A reception was held immediately after" Uie'c remony in the church hair Orf'Sunday" v nlng; Nov: 8, the "''tQntQms bA CARDi ,,
JI, The oval bride's table, covered!in-pinlt-dotted swiss accented with a white Christian Youth'Organization hosteda Extra :Qry : M
taffeta skirt, held a beautiful cake made by the groom's mother. The large Mexican dinner in the parish hall.
square bottom tier with a garland of pink roses twining over it was topped bya Parishioners from the 7th through12th Gin Thg/nDpson/
large heart-shaped tier. A smaller heart-tier on columns was topped by a grades assisted in preparingand *** 80 PROOF 1 1kuth1 t
Urge crystal heart with doves atop it and bells suspended from the center. serving dinner. I'
The heart tiers were trimmed with delicate tracings of greenery and Proceeds from this project are to VODKA BLEND
rosebuds on the sides and larger roses around the top and in the center of the go toward Christmas gifts for needy 1 1.75 ''
large heart. The cake was served by Eileen Fulghum of Palatka the persons in the community. This 59.201.LITER 1.15 LITER
groom's aunt, and Peggy Hersey. group also plans to assist parents ; ge.get. .
The groom's cake was devil's food,decorated with figures of deer,and was with Christmas duties by babysit- 1249
made by the bride. It was served by Janet Crenshaw and Kenna Crenshaw ting while persons are shopping. \ I I lO85 -
The punch was served from a beautiful cut-crystal bowl on a pedestal For the Mexican dinner the had'was \
which had only been used in the weddings of Rusty's maternal grandmother, decorated with pinatas. One l
mother and aunt.It was surrounded by pink and white roses and greenery on pinata was broken and contents Th9mpsnn ;
a white cloth. Vanessa Triest and Debbie Griffis served the punch. distributed to trhe little children. '-.. tld.lry i.
The long buffet table was covered by a white cloth with vines of pink roses
decorating the center front and corners. There was an array of hot and cold I q u = PRICES BEGIN THURS.,

dines, beautifully arranged on silver and crystal serving pieces.The buffet Final' Dobson Film' s' .. __ NOV. 12th. THRU WED., .,, k .
food was prepared and served by friends and family members. Brenda '' NOV. 18th. AT OUR _
Jones was floor hostess and Debbie Broome was in charge of the kitchen. To Be Shown SundayAt STARKE LOCATION ONLY!
Others assisting included Connie Dampier, Sandra Pennell Marshall Madison/ BaptistThe
Fulghum, Kathleen Haag and Emma Kish.
Holly Hersey kept the bride's book. Kim Douglass and Tory Hersey final film in the Dr. Dobson
distributed seed bags from wicker baskets. film series entitled Turn Your Heart
Following a honeymoon to the Smokey Mountains, the couple is at home in Toward Home will be shown this
Theressa. Sunday Nov. IS, at 5:45: p.m. at
Theressa is a 1984 graduate of Bradford High School and employed by San Madison Street Baptist Church on
ta Fe Health Care in Gainesville as a computer technician. She is attending West Madison Street in Starke.
Santa Fe Community College. Rusty is a 1985 graduate of Bradford High, is This film is entitled The Heritage,
employed by Alachua County School Board as a locksmith and is a memberof presents Dr.Dobson's powerful closing -
the Florida National Guard.In remarks. Here he speaks clearlyof
four traditional values which can
help assure happy healthy
1900, the legal age for marriage In nearly half the strengthened homes and family
state was 14 for males, 12 for female relationships in the.years to come.



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Notices ,

NOTICE OF INTENTION f on November 5, 1981.P.rlanal. "one lot of science hits consigned to Bids will be> accepted at the Community -

IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL TO REGISTER Representative: Spring Hill Elementary School, Spring Development Office located In
FLORIDA COUNTY JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Pursunnt to Section 865.09, Florida P.O. Box 115 none lot of science kits consigned to Post Office BOM 418. Lawtey.

PROBATE DIVISION/ BRADFORD Case COUNTY No 87.383 FLORIDA-CAIN Statutes, notice Is hereby gfven that Hampton Florida 32044: Board of Public Instruction Florida 32058 until 12 noon on
Cot No. 87.93.CP the undersigned Prank ft Dorothy H. Attorney for PersonalR.pres.ntafive Brook.vlll., Flo. November 20,. 1987.
Fib No. 1-3872: RE: the Marrlag of Brown fit. 2, Box 331. Storks, Fl.. to satisfy frsiBhand storage Bids will be op.ned at 12:05 P.M. on
IN RE: ESTATE OF WILLIAM JAMES REED, 3201 Bill a Sh.lby Smith 1914 III.lIoy.II. DUDLEY P. HARDY P.A.P. charges, under the provisions of Section Nov.mber2O.1987. Tho City of towtey
LONNIE W. PAGE JR. Hu.band.and' ., St. Augustine, Fl. 32W4. joint O. Drawer 1030 4b) of Uniform standard bill of Community Development Office
D.c.o..d. owners doing business under the firm Stark, Florida 32091 lading. reserves the right to reject any and)all
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTh. CAROL JEAN REED name of Third Dimension Imports, Phone 904-964-5701 Gator Frelghtwoys' / ., bid. Th. City of Lowtey l Is'an Equal;

odmlnlitrollon of the Estate of Wife. NOTICE OF ACTIONCONSTRUCTIVE (World Wide Imports). Rt. 2, Bon J3I, 11/5 2tchg 11/12 Carrlr Opportunity Employer. Indicate"..ol I.
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which It Bradford County Courthouse YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action 1987 In Bradford County. PROBATE DIVISION coverage.
Stark.. Florida of ha. I 10/29 4tpd 11/19 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO itchg 11/12
32091. Th. for Dissolution Marriage > .enfil.d Cos No. 87-93-CP REGISTER
names and addr..m of the and .
personal against you you are required File No. 1-3874
rpr*.*ntatlv* and the ,....onal to serve a copy of your wrltt.n IN RE: ESTATE OF
Notice Is that I
REGISTER Pursuant to Section 865 09, Florida hereby given DolphE.
rprintatlv'i attorney ore > defenses. If to It on Eugene F. ABNER YARBROUCH '
below. any FICTITIOUS NAME Statutes, notice Is hereby given that Reddish as sheriff of Bradford
Shaw, Husband's Attorney whose address Deceased. the ,Gerald D. County Florida under and by virtu of
All Interested are required Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida undersigned Llntemvth
persons 925 E North Temple Avenue, ADMINISTRATIONTh.
fil. with this Is Statutes, notice Is hereby glv.n that NOTICE OF 1450 S. Walnut St.. Lot IS, Stark. PI.*. Wrl of Execution to-wlt:
Starke, Florida 32091 on or beforeDecember administration of the Estate of
Execution Issued out of Circuit Courtof
the und Dr. Len Schlofman, 3201 sole doing businessunder
rllgned. owner
MONTHS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF 1, 1987, and f II*the original ABNER YARBROUGH deceased, fll.numb.r .
P.O. Box 190, Stark, Florida 32091, the firm name of A-1 Roofing Alachua County Florida pursuant to
THIS NOTICE. All claim
((1)) agalnit with the cl.rk of thl. court either 1-3874/87-95-CP I. pending In
sol. doing business' under the and Maintenance. 1430 S. Walnut St., a Final Judg.m.nt for Atlantic National
the Estate and ((2)) any objection by an before ..", Ic. on husband attorney owns the Circuit Court for Bradford County Bank of Gainesville. Florida
lntrtd to whom this notice firm Hams of Bradford County Eye Lot 15, Stark. Florida 3209)) Intendsto
.rson or Immediately thereafter; otherwise Florida Probate Division the address
Center, P. O. Box 190 Stark., Florida register said fictitious name und.rthe and against Frederick A. Lents a/k/a
mailed that the validity
was challenges a d.fault will be entered against you of which Is Bradford County Courthouse F.A. Lent, defendant. the omovnt
Intends said fictitious aforesaid statute.Dated
of the will the qualifications of the for the relief demanded In the com 32091 name under to register the aforewidstatute. Starke, Florida 32091. The this 9th day of November, of $...588.05 together with costs of collection
personal representative, venue, orurlsdlctlon plaint or petition. names and addresses of the personalrepresentative Bradford ,
1987 In County.
| of the Court. this 20lh day of October and the personalrepresentative's
DATED Hov. seized and have In

11/1 12/3 my pos.eslion
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Dated this 5th day of November, 4tpd
1987. attorney are set the
following described p.roonalprop.rty
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. GILBERT S. BROWN 1987, In Bradford County. below. r.""
Publication of this Notice has begun As Clerk of the Court 11/5 4tchg 1126IN All Interested persons are requiredto PUBLIC NOTICE to wit:
The. City of Lowtey Office of Com 1982 Volkswagen 4 dr
on November 3, 1987. By: Beulah Moody file with this Court WITHIN THREE I I.D.No. WFB0179CV051646
munity Development Is In processof
Personal Rprsntatlve Deputy Clerk MONTHS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF soliciting contractors who be As the property of the above named
KIMIYO YOSHIDA PAGE 10/22 4tchg 11/14 THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THIS NOTICE: ((1)all claims against Interested In participating In the city's defendant and that on Monday the '
Rout. 1.Box 224 AFFIDAVIT UNDER BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA the estate and ((2)) any objection| by an demolition/relocation program 7th day of December 1987, at 2.00: '
Lawtcy, Florida 32058 NAME STATUTE FICTITIOUS PROBATE DIVISION Interested person to whom this notice located In the East lake Street target p.m. on sold day on the premises of
for P.nanalR.pr..ntollv.
Attorney STATE OF FLORIDA File Number 87-94-CP was mailed that challenges the validity area. The program Involves construction the Bradford County Jail Yard, I will offer
: COUNTY OF BRADFORD Division 1.3873 of the will, the qualifications of the of new single family dwellings. for sale and sell to the highest bidder
JOHN H. JONES. Esquire Before m., the undersigned authority IN RE: ESTATE OF personal representative, venue, or The homeowners will be responsible for ca.h In hand the above
DUDLEY P. HARD'P.A.. personally appeared George Larry MICHAEL D. WILLIAMSON, jurisdiction of the Court. }for choosing a contractor and Community described property of sold defendant
P. O. Drawer 1030 NOT
Deceased will to satisfy the aforesaid Execution.
Reddish President of Jockleg Enterprises Development act as onog.nt.
Inc., who aft.r being first duly
904.964.5701 Th. administration of the estate of Publication of this Notice has begun If would like to participate In Sheriff
sworn : you
11/5 2tcha 11/12: That says IACKLEG ENTERPRISES. INC., it MICHAEL D. WILLIAMSON Deceased on November 12, 1987. this program please contact the Community Bradford County, Florida

doing business under the name of File Number 87.94.CP. I. pending In P.rlOnaIR.pr..ntativ. Development Office, located In 111241chIl123FREE'
Church of God
Independent the ESTELLA Y.MIZELl
Circuit Court for Bradford
SONNY'S REAL PIT BAR.B-Q and that County th* Lowtey Volunteer Fire Dept.
of Prophecy, Inc Its Interest In said business is a. Florida Probate Division the address 3021 Edison Avenue building, P.O. Box 418 Lawtey
follows Hundr.d of which Is Bradford County Courthouse Jacksonville. Fl. 32201 Florida 32058 Errol D.
REVIVAL CENTER One Percent ((100%) or telephone
Starke, Florida 32091. The Attorney for Personal Representative.DUDLEY :
George lorry Reddish Jones, Project Administrator at
301 North 2138 N. Temple Ave P. HARDY, P.A.P. EXPLORING
10294Ichgl119STARKE names and addresses of the personal 904/782.3730. The City of Lawtey Is an
Sun School 45am: Sun. Worship 11:sm representative and the personal O. Drawer 1030 Equal Opportunity Employer '' GOD'S WORD
Sun Rve Prayer Meeting 6 pm Wed 30pm representative's attorney are set forth Stark, Flo. 34091904.96.s7o1 Itchg 11/12 ,

All Interested persons are requiredto 11/122rchg 11/19 INVITATION TO BID The Bible Course It taught in your
'FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD file with thl. court WITHIN THREE The City of Lawtey Office of Community home free of charge.
Hwy 16 & Weldon St. Stark I MONTHS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF PUBLIC AUCTION Development as part of their
This Is non-denominational
CHURCH OF GOD THIS NOTICE: ((1)) all claims againstthe NOTICE Is h.r.by given that on Demolition/Relocation Program will study
Sunday School 10:00'a.m. 422 N. ST. CLA>964-5445 estate and ((2) any objection by an Monday, November 23 1987 at 10:00: receive sealed bid.for the clean-up of based only onwhat"thus saith the
11 Interested person to whom this notice debris after burn of two word of God'APOSTOLIC
Morning Worship p.m. A.M.. the undersigned. Gator a complete
John Spratlln. PastorWe was mailed that chall.ng. the validity Freightways, Inc., will sell at public dwellings located In the Ea.t Lak.Str..t TRUTH U.P.C.
Evening Worship 6
p.m. Invite you to worship with us. of the will, the qualifications of th* For additional Information
auction for cash at 2600 Lloyd target area.
Mid We.k Service 7:30
p.m. personal representative, venue, or 7823303Rev.
Attended Nursery Jacksonville, Fla.. com by the Community
Staff Nursery, Available Sunday School ..... lOam jurisdiction of the court. eon lot of science kit. consigned to Development Office located In the Emmett BrightTo
Worship ..... lam ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Volunteer Fire
Her. Stephen R. Pippin, Pastor Morning Black Elementary School, Brooksvlll, Lawtey Department
Evening Service ...... 6pm SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Fla. telephone 9047823730. schedule your home bible
964-6971 | Wpdn 'sday Youth ..... 3Opm: Publication of this Notice has begun ; study of for additional Information


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BADCOCK $0 f411n. a BEAUTY'S BABY Lewis Timber Co. Crafts & ConsignmentsLocated

FURNITUREKim off 100 S. toward Keyston.
HWY 301 S. 9646871PO
Specialty Gift Shop" take right 24th avenue follow
One dny. recently the children and I
& Jan W. Call 964-8547 topped,on our way home,to pet Beauty Box 207 Starke Signs. Eves. 984-6898 .
and her baby. Beauty lives at Dir. Ryder'e' All Nature Singe of Je.ue
farm not far from out home and thecamingofhercolthadbeeaaprwetopie

Carpets of Starke of converaaUon for several week. e .L' Griffis & Sons Flbreglass DURRANCE PUMP &

This particular day Carl.'s question h t h f- Works SUPPLY
Chimney about StarllAht'a Daddy and his where
about sparked a dissuasion with my "Home of the Stumpknockerboat" Attend your church regularly
Service threesome that ranged from God'a pl.afor
Owned& Operated I. the birth and care of baby animal,on .
to people and their babies HWY 301 N. 964-4461 064-5531
964-6108 964-6154 or 864 N. Temple 964-7061

It was a rare and precloua moment,
Wheels Auto Sales such a* parents and teacher treasure, for Hi. Church which had Inspired my Bradford Furniture HURSTS EXXON
Eyeglass wtwo voting mind reach out effortleMiy religious growth and thus helped me
We Finance for Information and undemanding.Aa I&ccppeacnrlth the developing querte of Industries SERVICE
"Your children.
Here Here wee drove home I thanked God for my "
the opportualty He had given me to hare Let your Church or Synagogue become HWY 301 N.
' eyeglass 1320 N. Temple Ave. In this eager unfolding of my children' your ource of Inspiration. Vlalt 987 N. TEMPLE AV.
thought and Id..... thanked Him, too, there this week. 964-7347
103 Edwards Rd. 964-7783 964-6111



The Best Seafood 12 Kl. 41a .r r.r Dignified MonumentsHWY Service 238 E. Washington St.

236 S. Temple SR 215 Middleburg 964-5274
301 S. 964-5757
964-5685 (904) 282-4211


Gallery All Your Pharmacy Needs' 2165 N. TEMPLE CENTER

Bibles, gifts & Starke. FL 32091 Hwy 301 South of Starke

104 W. Call .
W. MadisOn 964-7170 -5899WESTERN I 964-4174


"We encourage STARKE
F";}' ,,, ; .17J7 From all 01 u. tt Western Steer
worship this week "Serving you first" ;. t-.a ,M i Yn:?.> tL'ytif/f+r L ?A
US 301 South
week". 441 W. Madison St CORPORATIONMark

or 9646313 964-8061 Mullins & Employees
964-6881 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday, Thursday Frtrfav Saturday
Psalm Psalm Psalm Psalm Psalm Pwlm PnaJm
WATERS Mosley Tire Co. 581-9 541-7 63:1-11 71-10 98115 11815-89 131-8 lU! I Insurance Coli I I Now 964-8018

Corner of US 301 US 301 N. Starke t'_ 0 e-r wr,erw a.wr,..,,.,.,....IPOMMSM.C .....v.n.o. 440 W. Madison .- -

Lawtey, 964-6600 /MIl //Eat ACCIDENT CENTERS
HR Wrecker Service (WInn-Dlxle Shopping Center) 1 11'111"1' 1 T OF AMERICA INC.

made exhaust stems This feature is published to 964-4695 -0 ;; TIPAIN REL

NOEGEL'S NATIONAL e encourage you to worship Glenn Fibreglass Homes Beautiful of

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

Corner of Thompson & Weldon Construction Company
"Worship this week and Directors &
the firms listed here.
at the church of Staff 964-5912 All types of Home Improvement

1018 N. Tempi' 9646768Terwillegar
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: Sales & Service

STORE"All Printing Company a fact, you can do Complete Tire Shop & Auto homes I 206 W. Madison & US 301
Supplies Custom Framing Superior quality
the right parts better at Denmark's Repairs Startfo9847200
0 Office Supplies prices
Printing 402 N. Temple HWY 301 N.
right E. Call St 964-8925 434 W. Call 964-5827 964-6436 HWY 301 S. 984-6833 SR 21 Keystone Heights' : i i'

155 W. Brownies Rd.


DIoII..v........ o.rtng .-.... CommunityState Inc
tor onr M Yean '

We rebuild starters, Steve and Cindy Futch of Starke Management & Staff .:. .
& & Staff Starkes Only Home Owned HWY 301 North

Auto. Marine Cycle S. Nerve .. M4-IIM Mark Independent Bank 964-7500
.107-"' : Tom b 96-1-7911 Keystone tlelghte 47S.1T: _

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1< I 1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employees and their 3)) In case of ties we will use the total points scored
Immediate families are welcome enter, but there Is In the Bradford High School game each week (except
a limit of one entry per person each week. the Tornadoes open week)as a tiebreaker. Please fill r
2))The entry must be on an official blank from the In the points you think will be scored by the Tornadoes
0\; TELEGRAPH and must be dropped off at the and their opponent combined In theoy'Z.0S
TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Friday after- tiebreaker blank. For Instance If the score In the Tornado ,
dot. e\l\'J 0 noon. Fill In all the blanks with either the name of the game was Tornadoes, Opponents 7, the correct
,.e 0 team you think will win or "tie" you think the game score was 26 points.
$'lc. will end In a tie. The person who picks the most 4))All decisions of the judges are final.A second
games right will,\ win the top prize. tiebreaker will be used If necessary.



{!OI1ngs. /!. 'i' Minnesota at Tampa Bay 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
% S REAL PIT with Sonny's :
BARBQPhone $0 r:=J .

TIRE& Indianapolis at Miami

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

WILLIAMS JEWELRY Jewelry. Jones Funeral Home STUMP'S
\A111 I ,// '- Starke. FL 32091 -. pairWatch DEPARTMENT STORE
::::- -::._ Family Owned and Operated Jones Convalescent Services
Bradford Square -Starke -964-5423
'M6 West Madison Street ._.pel. ,

the Market Place! 64.704OPINt 964-6200 Starke See Jim for a Large Selectio

1[: .Mon:OO...*..:OO.. :. 473-3176 Keystone Hgts of& Sportscoats Men's Suits 1 J j

Dallas at New England AT A GREAT PRICE
County at Keystone Heights Rams at St. Louis

=_ Your Country Gator Auto Store
/ &=/ The Working M."'.Friend 964-5069 GAS & FOOD STORE
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Suan M. Faulkner GRI, CRB

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New Orleans at San Francisco Furman at FSU .i ". LSUHERSHEY'S; :

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UtcHtnic Itaoalr MOSLEY TIRE CO. .. '" ....
U.S. 301 South Starke .*..*- O\eQ<> WORKERS' COMPENSATION & CARPET. INC.
Ruwcll Stover Candy.Hallmark Card.
t' ji u.Ct6r 8 A H Crn SUmp Sod FounUId 131 N. Cherry Street Starke, Florida
Auburn at Georgia e

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Lawtey Shell/Ice Cream ChurnUS A'. ........ .. .
301 Lawtey, Florida Bryan' Ace Hardware :;!:- ;" -

Faulkner Realty .'>r' .:_. -
Green Bay at Seattle Grlffli ConstructionHome eo PAT MCELROV
Kentucky at Florida O"'N'
Shell 'f Entertainment Concepts UI:Ml South
T (504) 054.5454 eiTriKi FLOHIO' 3101
Hurst Exxon Services


Lake Butler Starke Keystone Hflt*. Jones Funeral Home
S.W.6th Ave. US 301 South. Jet SR.21 &100 W. Madison
496.3079 9646078 473 4973
964-7200 JC Iq r
KOA Kampground
Cincinnati at Atlanta ,!
You Need t
Everything Lawtey Shell We Have Your Wagon...
in Building Supplies '
111r I Come See How Economical
Office Shop
Paint & Tools
IIRont Buffalo at Cleveland |It (Is to Operate!
3 Locations to Serve You .
I Orlan Wells Chevy-CHds.

A Mitchell's Drugs "Superior Qualify

THE .Office Machine Copier Mosley Tire Co. At AffbrMla PrW


IIOW.CallM. From Per Mo.
964-9764 BBQ Certified Bulld.reHwy
.Nwk..116. larger Sl 0s Avallqble. .. 301 South Stark 964-4633
j Stump' Department Store
:, Jets at Kansas City Detroit at Washington

Terwlllegar Motors

i iI Fisher Makes Video Thpe Viewing
,I Teal Tile Carpets :
I Easier Than Ever!

I Weekly Prizes of Williams Jewelry ._ .
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$2500 -. ..' f FISHER ,
17arroEr CDttIJoo&d hotJo./j/: /

I NAME ENTERTAINMENT_.CONCEPTS.qu.........*.*Ctr, Houston at Plttsburg.

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BBS Tries for Winning Season vs. Nease ,

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"It's an important win for us. Is questionable with a turned ankle. "12. and Dane Car*. No. 75 A third important reason 0'
We're trying to have a winning Durban had to be removed from the taS-IL. >: fwption in the name of Jus Christi
season,"says Coach David Hurse of Newberry game because of the Eadi: Mike Elder No.a. 155i.i. that it brings to light many. other
tomorrow night football test at Allen ankle,says Coach Hurse. dine Reed No. 33. 160-10. and EdDouglas. scriptural*truths.
B. Nease High School In nortbcn No. a. 170-11. Chris; One of these truth .i 8 that .
St.Johns County. BUS Offense: Dinkins. No. I.. 170-10. will play I JESUS or JEHOVAH U the name by t
Beat Nease, 1-7, would give Center: Terry Whitehead, No. 52. some defensive end. Elder will play : which God has revealed Himself. A
High five wins and preventa 170-11. some at defensive tackle and Sani major misunderstanding centers
losing season. At 4-4, the Tor- .
Guards Chris Durban No. 4S. around the in Matthew
nadoes need the win this week, 170-11. and Matthew Albritton. No. Sam linebacker: BiD Hamilton passage ''
out Coach Hurse"...beca\ e 61. UIC -12. No.a.U.1L 28:19. Here Jesus said, baptizing
were t.
up against a tough Santa Fe Tackles: Allen Wood. No. 60. Inside linebackers: Malacbi them in the name of the Father and
team next week and we need the 198-11. and Andy Ttoon. No. 78. Jenkins. No. 84, 192-1, and Keith :of the son and of the Holy ghost.' .
momentum." 210-12 Jenkins..No.74, 1-10. The mistaken idea is that (father. !

Tight end: Ed Douglas. No. 82. Rover back Rodney Mosley. No. Son. and Holy Ghost are the ..
Long is Out... 170-11. 31. 1a.lL "_' of God.
Defensive end Jimmy Long the Quarterback: John. Berry No. 12. Cw 110 backs: Darrin Patterson, But the Bible does not ulaFaaher
third leading Tornado tackler with 16010. No.32."12.and J'OUII8.....Wiggins Son. or Holy Ghost as
35 individual tackles and 16 assists, Fullback: Clint Reed No. 33. No.24.140-10. Zechariah 14:9
proper names.
is out for the season.It 175-10. Safety: Pedro Carter No. 41 says
there is One Lord, and his name
was discovered Tuesday that Tailback: Greg Pittman, No. 42. 145-1L "
Long has a chipped bone in his 145-11. and Rodney Mosley No. 31. one. The Bible makes it clear that
see chronically injured shoulder Coach 165-11. Tennis Instruction the name is one and the samel Jesus
Hurse said.Fullback. Wideouts: Lance Wiggins. No. 24. said fa John 5:43 He was come in
Clint Reed, No. 33, and 140-10; Chris Dinkins No. 80,155-10. Slake or Keystone his FATHER'S name. He itid'in
tight end Ed Douglas No. 82,will be and Shawn Diggs. No.7, 155-11.and Private Lessons John 14:26 that the Holy Ghost
worked in Long's strong side defen- Darrin Patterson No.32.16512.BHSDefense. $10 would be sent in the same name -
sive end position. per hour OR
... His Name
,,r y And,guard Chris Durban No. 65,. Tackles: Eric Nazwortb. No. 62 Learn with a Friend In Exodus 6-3 the Lord said Hisname

Sapp, Tcnnant For$5 each. was Jehovah. God used the

CaB Mark at name Jehovah to reveal Himself to
Advance to Region 473-4380 or 964-6305 the human race. He showed that He
I Too _MI'IV! 'I
is Jehovah-Jireh. the Lord will
UMW Quilt To Be Auctioned... BUS cross country runners,senior I provide. He is Jehovah-rapha. the
Lori Sapp and sophomore Ramona Lord that healeth. He is JESUS or
Ernestine Denmark and Kay McKinley proudly display the handmadelap Tennant placed in the top 5 at the Good Selection to -
Jehovah the Saviourl This is
quilt which will be sold by 'Silent Auction' at the annual United District 2-3A Cross Country cham-
Methodist Women bazaar November 18, 19. pionships held at the Florida Com- Choose From 1NO i important For there is none other

The quilt squares In shades of blue and mauve were made by membersof munity College north campus,Dunn DOWN PAYMENT I name under heaven given among
UMW representing the seven groups who were named to honor former Ave.,Jacksonville. : men whereby we must be saved.".

members. Being In the top five finishers C & C APOSTOLIC TRUTH UNITED
The quilt which will be on display at the'An Pi1c Happening'may be used qualifies the girls to move on to the Mini-Storage PENTECOSTAL CHURCH
as a wall hanging.Nat'l Region 1 championships to be held in HWY 301 South 782-3303

Tallahassee Saturday, Nov 14. 964-8848 Hands-hose Porraele Rev.Emmett BrightN.E.2ndSt.Lawtey
Lori finished 2nd behind Ellie
""""-- >- "-
Adoption Week Set. .For. Nov.. 22-28 Runice of Middleburg and Ramona --
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finished 5th. Times for the three -
The Adoptions and Related Ser- physically, mentally or emotionally were 12:02,12:34.: and 12:59.:
vices Unit of HRS together with handicapped. Most of the waiting At the Regionals. the first four
Adoption Agencies and others children are without homes due to teams and the first five Individuals
throughout the country are observ- abuse neglect or abandonment. All will qualify for state competition. LEGAL NOTICENotice
ing National Adoption Week the children need stable, nurturing, Lori has ran at the state meet the
November 22-28. permanent families of their own. last three years and is expected to
During this week take a momentto Contrary to many beliefs,a family qualify again this year.
consider that there are over 500 does not have to be wealthy to adopta
Special Needs Children in Florida Special Needs Child. Single Boys Division... is hereby given that the 1987 tax

waiting for homes. parents can also adopt and families The boys team,placed 7th in the
Many of these children are older. who already have children may also meet at Jacksonville. Only the first roll for Solid Waste Special Assessmentis
Some are from minority bring new children into their six teams qualify for the regionals.
backgrounds, in sibling groups .or families through adoption.All "The
boys really put out a great
DAR Program Tells// effort," said coach George Loper. open for collection as of November ,
families are encouraged to "They really ran hard."
About Historical' consider Special Needs Adoption The course was on the slow side 18th in the office of the Tax Collector
National Week. For and little
Medical Headlines during Adoption a soft because of some
more information, or to apply to rain.
Nancy Reitinger R.N., was guest adopt, call HRS adoptions 3951140or Cam Ward placed 16th in 18:01, Bradford County Courthouse. Starke.
speaker at the meeting of the Col. write to Adoptions and Related Kenny DeSue 37th in 20:04: Randy
Samuel Elbert Chapter DAR held at Services 1000 N.E. 16th Ave., Milton 41st in 20:41,Keith Thompson Fl. Telephone 964-6280
the home of Mrs. Henry Williams on Building F, Gainesville, Fl. 32609. 42nd in 20:49, and Vernon Griffin .
Monday Nov 2.Ms.Reitinger spokeon 48th in 27:00.
Medical Historical Headlines s Esther S. Hall
beginning with the fact that treat- USDA Commodity Dates

ment of people during Revolutionarytimes For DistributionSuwannee Tax Collector
was not very much, since this
was during the period from 1773 to River Economic Council.Inc.,announces the following dates
1783. This was before antiseptics for distribution of USDA commodities. Qualifications guidelines and In- Bradford CountyNOTIcE
pasturized milk or nurses. These come eligibility scale information may be obtained from the Suwannee
: very primitive conditions were well River Economic Council Inc.
.. described tar M4 Bellinger.Vice Special Note.:..Speclal.tiays i. are set aside for the exclusive distributionsto
'Regent,May Henderson con- the elderly and handicapped.If you have trouble standing,please bringa
ducted the business meeting which folding lawn chair so you can be more comfortable.
was opened with Ritual and Prayerby USDA's Emergency Food Assistance program is available to all eligi-
the Chaplain,Lucille Starnes.National -_ ble recipients regardless of race, color, national origin, age sex or han
Defense Chairman Jewelle dicap.
Brown presented her program on Distribution sites and dates are as follows: LEGAL
the Constitution Key to Economic NOV. 18: BROOKER City Hall, 10 a.m.-l:30 p.m.
Freedom, stressing that the Con- NOV. 19: STARKE Old RJE School, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
stitution belongs to the people' and NOV. 20: STARKE Old RJE School, 9 a.m.-l:30 p.m.
children must be educated on the its NOV. 23: LAWTEY Recreation Center (Middleburg Rd.), 10 am.200

importance, beginning and ratifica- p.m.NOV..
24: HAMPTON City Hall, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. |Notice is hereby given that the
tion.Hostesses for this meeting were NOV. 25: SPEEDVILLE, Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, 10 m.-l:30

George Mrs. Henry Brown Williams, who,served and coffee Mrs. p.m.Please bring a box or bag to put your commodities in. 1987 certified tax rolls have been

and finger foods.

I Lego: Notices (delivered by the Property Appraiserto

-, written defenses. If to the the Tax Collector. Tax rolls are
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 101.00 feet th.nc. run South 8939 your any
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA W..t. 79.00 feet: thence run South action on the Plaintiff's attorney
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION 007' West 101.00_ to the point ofbeginning whose name and address I I. DARLA for collection for all Real
Case No.86-643-CIV-J-13 JEAN CHRISTOPHER Post Office open
., Drawer ..0. STark.. Florida 33091. on
and are ordered and required to
Plaintiff appear and plead In said action and or before 17 December. 1987. and file Estate Tangible and Railroad taxes
f II.your answer with the Clerk of this the original with the Clerk of this! ,
v.THE ESTATE OF LOUISE LINDSEY. Court at Jacksonville. Florida and to: Court, either before service on the
and the Heir at Low, Juonlta Cart.r, serve a copy thereof upon thePloln'lff' Plaintiff's attorney or Immediately for Bradford County SJRD Starke
thereafter otherwise judgment will ,
Tom Llndsey Alfred Llnd..y and Wanda Attorney. Dorothea Bean.. : a ( ,
A. William, and the unknown Assistant United State Attorney. Post be entered for the relief demanded In

heirs, devliees, grantees, assignee.. Office Box 600 Jacksonville, Florida the WITNESS Petition. hand and official seal Lawtey, Hampton & Brooker as of
llenors, creditor $trustees or other 33301: on or before December 38, My
1987. If fall to do so, |judgment by of this Court on this 9th day of
claimants by, through under or you office
18th the of the
Nov.mber. 1987. [November in
against THE ESTATE OF LOUISA LIND- default will be entered against you forth
SEY, and all partle having a claim relief demanded In the complaint. GILBERT BROWN
right title or Interest In the property 3. This Supplemental Notice of Suit CLERK OF COURTBy Tax Collector Bradford
Beulah County
herein and THE STATE OF FLORIDA. and Amended Order for Unnamed ,
Defendant to Appear and Plead (Service Deputy Clerk1l124tchgl23
SUPPLEMENTAL NOTICE OF SUIT by Publication) b* published by (Courthouse Starke Fl. Telephone:
AND AMENDED ORDER the United State Martha! In a ,
APPEAR AND PLEAD Bradford County. Florida not less than AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. 964-6280 Office hours: 8:00 to
(SERVICE BY PUBLICATION) onc. eoch week for six l consecutive FLORIDA ,
This caus I I. before the Court on week, prior to return dot. PROBATE DIVISION
Plaintiff Motion for Supplemental herelnabov designated. Case No.87-9O-CP 5:00 Monday through Friday
Notice of Suit and for Service by DONE AND ORDERED at Jacksonville IN RE: ESTATE OF
Publication filed on October 7. 1987. Florida this 28th day of October. HERSCHELl K. CROSBY. : .
Having been odvlsed by Plaintiff that 1987. Deceased.: except legal holidays.
the newspaper mad an error In NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe
publication of the legal description of UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE administration of the Estate of
the property being foreclosed, the I1/126tchg 1217IN HERSCHELl K. CROSBY deceased. File>
Court finds that plaintiff' motion Number 87-90-CP I I. pending in the
should be grant.... Th.r.for., It I I. THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Circuit Court for Bradford County. If taxes paid:
now ORDERED: THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Florida Probate Division the address
1. Plaintiff' Motion for Supplemental CIRCUIT.IN AND FOR of which I I. Bradford County Courtfiou -
Notlc. of Suit and for Service by' BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA **. Stork. Florida 32091. The Dec 7
Nov 18 4% DiscountDec
Publication b. and I I. herebyl Case No.B7-432-CA name and addresses of the personal -
GRANTED. CLARA BELLE representative and the personal
2. All unknown heirs, devisee. BRADLEY. WAYNE D. ADDISON AND representative's. ...,are set forth
grantees, assignee, Il.nors.1, SHARLENE E. ADDISON. below. 18 Dec 31 .Discount
creditor, trustees or other claimant.< Plaintiffs, All Interested person ore requiredto
by through under or against the fit. with this Court WITHIN THREE
and all other partle having or claimIng heir and assign THIS NOTICE: ((1)all claim against January 2% Discount
to have any right till. or InterestIn Defendant the estate and ((2)) any objection by an
the property hereinafter described NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Interested person to whom this nibs
are h.r.by notified that an action has, : ROBERT AND OLGA ATTER was malted that challenge the validity February 1 % Discount
been Instituted ooolnst you In th* BURY of th.wilt the qualifications of th.
above Court by the. United States of, their heir and assigns. personal representative. venu. or I
America for the nforcmnf of a hen Address Unknown. jurisdiction of the Court.
against ral property ltwoted In Bradford YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT I March No Discount
County within action to Quiet Title to certain land In
of Florida and described a. plows: Bradford County ha been filed Publication of this Notice ha begunon .
at the SW corner of Sectten Court. November 12. 1987.PERSONAL .
Commence \ against you In the above-styled [ PenaltyEsther
South. f ong* 22 sold REPRESENTATIVE
22. Town.hlp You or.further notified that In action
East run fotrly ".d feet mar or| the Plaintiff or. requesting that Louis C.Talley
I... to the Eo."'.''right of way lln*of' the Court transfer your Interest In the P.O.Box 572
th* Old Uwty Road; *." run i following described*>roperty locatedIn Starke, Flo.32091
North O0r Lost along said Easterly Bradford County. Florida ta them. ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL S. Hall
right of way lln* 750.000 feet to the' Sold land being 1 legally described a* REPRESENTATIVE:
Northerly right'of way line a. Donna follow: John H. Jones Esq. Tax Collector
S.....*. thence run North 69W Eat Lot 70 and 72 an Pin* of Crystal Dudley P. Hardy. P.A.
alone Northerly right of way line Lake HomeII_.Section 1.Township B P. O. Drawer 1030 Bradford County
225.00 I feet to th* point of beginning. : South Rang 22. Bradford .County. Starke. Flo. 33091
Watson .otMNtw Nosh 0939 Lost Florida 904-94-5701.
aald P/ofth.rhl right of way line You or*required to serve o copy of_ 11/12 TKhg 11/19 sj sjjiffjji

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Last Second Kick Gives Newberry 9-7 Win Over BBS

.,Idir Matt Bryant's 19-yard field goal left side of the Panther defensiveline. held again, the 74 BHS lead would through the upright to put
n ., with 18 seconds left in the'gamp Malachi Jenkins, who had have probably been protected. But Newberry up 9-1 with 18 second*remaining
iY tt ji,>''n q, 'L 1 lifted Class 2A Newberry High fr7 earlier missed a short field goal, added when It had to, Newberry drove the ]in the game.
'//cr '' 'y over Class 3A Bradford High In a the extra point to put BHS up 9-7. football on BHS. With no time out left. BUS did not
hard-fought( football battle last Friday QB Whitf ield passed eight yards in get off another play following an onside -
r Nov. e, in Newberry. Penalties Hurt BHS... the left flat to wideout Batey on first kkd rd' Newberry remains undefeatedand Penalties stopped three out of four down.Then fullback Pat Rogers.No. the first ball BHS mixed up its
84. BHS dropped to 4-4 on the second half drives by BHS. 30, dove for the first down. iOn running game, but Newberry'
season. Running right at Newberry, BUS first down from the Newberry superior team apr* kept BHS from
Newberry drove 75 yards with no moved the football in the second 37, QB Whitfield ran up the middle, having much sucr outside. In the
penalties called to set up the last half. On the first possession a 10 dodging and twisting, for 13 yards second half r..- tt nurse faa the
minute field goal. Big play was a yard holding penalty hurt BHS who before being stopped by rover back football rig Newberry'.middle .
third and six at the Tornado 34 when moved the football 32 yards. Rodney Mosley and linebacker with better success.
Newberry QB Ed Whitef ield tossed a The second possession followedthe Malachi Jenkins. Newberry's Steve
short pass to tight end Eric Batey, Newberry fumble. Davis, another speed merchant, got
No. 89, uhder the BHS linebackers. The third BHS possession was eight yards before Sam linebacker .f t 1fc.
,..... .
Bill Hamilton made the > -
Batey refused to go down,running penalized for a dead ball personalfoul stop. QB
yards after catching the pass before and for being offsides. Whitfield kept for five yards and a MSt wr.+wnnnso.e.f
', Tornado linebacker Keith Jenkins The fourth possession saw BHS get first down at the BUS 37. safwws
1a- finally wrestled Batey to the groundat penalized 20 yards First came two Tornado defensive end Jimmy Yaref 0'" fillfrrs .
the BHS seven yard line. delays of game penalties of five Long: came up and stopped QB Whit / ravel I Iw
r*'rc-rt LH IfF1Ir.n
Three hits, twice at left guard and yards each. Then came an illegal field for a yard's loss. On second .8.11.J
once at left tackle left the football use of hands penalty. Then a penaltywas down QB Whitfield threw to Batey in Iwffkrr.rl f.| ..
resting on the BHS two yard line tacked onto that for the BUS the left flat for 4 yards but BHS fired L frkfyfrrf t-n nr
with 23 seconds remaining in the players being out of the box. up quickly to make the stop, larva-...ntWlUtll -
game. Bryant then came on to make The big penalty nullified a >>yard creating the third down and six 1) N-.y. ark fsffre Lr 6f.os .
the chip shot and win the game. first down run to the Newberry by yards to go. ere .M. .r-Idea MM.II .
Until that final drive the Tornado tailback Greg Pittman. Instead BHS Then came Newberry's big play of BrMMroCHw MM*Hn*Md ran. swl.r P-
r defence kept Newberry bottled up. ended up on its own 35.
the game. QB Whitfield simply N-.y.- 1Iry-'Y-efr.....
Newberry opened the scoring in Coach David Hurse says BHS dumped the football over the left
the first period when Batey, playing films show a perfect block, no illegal side of the BHS line to Batey and no
wideout, took a short pass from use of the hands. Hurse also said Tornado was within 15 yards of
,a' f i R Whitefield under the BHS both BHS and Newberry were out of Batey who took the pass on the run.
linebackers, cut to the sideline, and the boxes all game long,and nothingwas Four or five Tornadoes had their
wA outraced everybody to the goal, a called against either team until
+I shots. Batey was also stopped Getting to Nease.
iy' 55-yard pass play, mostly on Batey'srun. then. An official on the Newberry several times but refused to go ..
1 ixr BUS simply did not have side of the field did most of the down. Finally, linebacker Keith Ln N "- wall tkAeal
ax,.. V anybody who could catch Batey. damage."It Jenkins wrestled Batey to the wit. ?! fti* !....trafncsGo
Bryant missed the extra point and was just a poorly called ground at the Tornado seven yard to Croon Covo Spring cro.
># Newbery led 6-0 with 3:44: remainingin ballgame," says Coach Hurse. For line, but the stage was set for a short the St.John" Hvor vta Shond brldgoovth
the first period. Instance, he said, on the Newberry field goal to win the game. of town..Ihovgh,..'..goingto
i', !t, BHS went ahead 7-6 with 1:57 re- scoring drive films show Newberry QB Whitfield tried left guard and St. vgvoHno.hwrood of voorlng to
I maining in the third period after linemen picking their hands up and ran into a big pile up for almost no .... right toword JWgvMlno.. voor
y defensive Dane Clark caused a putting them back down, and gain.Back Steve Davis got 1V4 yards north to....loft,ond procood o.horton
---.. 5 ; Newberry fumble and rover tackRodney nothing! was called. to the Tornado five where Sam cI'- U-loA or M-13 toright
.. vr Jt IiiE Mosley recovered it on the linebacker Bill Hamilton made the 0.........., .... Crrevafdele.

Wave that Flag... Newberry 17V4 yard line. With Winning Drive... stop. On third down QB Whitfield got on aR-21a. pcwlng onoor JotS
fullback Clint Reed hitting up the UntU the final drive the BHS three yards at left yard to the Tor ond MI to DvfMn ot US-1.TIM* I loft..
Shell Stewart of the BIIS Majorette Corps. paints a pretty picture at middle BHS scored in six plays and defense had allowed just one nado two yard line, and left the football 0..... .... Ua-I; go short
*recent BIIS game. with the help of a five yard penalty Newberry first down in the second in the middle of the field for the dlitanc. and torn hoed to....Mt on
on Newberry for jumping offsides. upcoming field goal. .... tint .-.. ...../ ....., ....
BUS Heads for Nease FB Reed, who ran 29 times for 103 half.After the disasterous BHS posses Mike Bryant, who had also beaten MM with. tho grnon .... whlto flan
yards, scored from three yards out sion, QB John Berry punted 30 yards Newberry with a last second field ..,.... "Alton. Hm wall.School.*
behind the right side of the BHS line. and the speedy Batey made a fair goal, came on. BITS used its final A. MOW oo yo. torn to nW loft oft
Tornado gridders have a good Zub No.32,IHI, .72. 10,who has good Reed ran behind tight end Ed catch at the Newberry 25' yard line. time out allow Bryant to dwell on the US-1 yon WIN oo.. "- Mgh on Iho
chance of getting back on the winning speed and covers the slot. The left Douglas tackle Andy Tison, and It looked like BHS had the Panthers upcoming: task, but the soccer style right.hands. .
side of the ledger when they cornerback is Ron Howell, No. 1,5-9. Chris Durban, who cleared out the backed up. If the defense had kicker booted the football easily

travel to Allen B. Nease High School 153. .12, who has good speed and 1
for an 8 p,m. game tomorrow night .
Friday, Nov. 13) Televisions
It will be the first tune the two Purchase
teams have met. Nease, in a growing
area in the north end of St.Johns a Sony
County, was reclassified Class 3A .J :s. r I Id

this past year and is in the same and G.etAPPRECIATION' .
football district with the Tornadoes. _
Nease is 1-7 on the season. The only 75
Panther win came in the first -
game of the season when Nease beat
Crescent City. Since Nease has been FREEMovies
beaten 46-10 by Santa Fe, 29-6 by
Flagler Palm Coast, 40-26 by West
Nassau, and several other teams .
have scored in the 40's against '' '
Nease. s From I

A small, scrappy football team, '9.00 I
Nease will run off tackle mainly --f--

with No. 22, tailback Tommy Ander per week, -- \
son, 5-6, 160, 12. Nease runs to the .
tight end and to the slot most of the .
time. The Panthers have good overall
team speed. : 'I-: .. ...,... -
The other standout Nease player is ;
No. 88, wide receiver Alan Brewer; '" y ,

5-11, 150, 11, the primary pass
receiver. Nease passes are short to
medium range.Quarterbacks.
are No. 12. Vince

Hurst 5-10, 173, 10, and No. 11, '
4 .
Vance Vacante. Hurst throws left == Fisher 3-Way Speakers

handed, has good quickness and a
good arm. Vacante throws right
handed and has average speed.
Fullback Richard Whiting No. 34,

5-10,168,12, is a hard runner. Right Financing Available 1 Only -In Stock
wing is Phillip Johnson, No. 40, SIT,

188, ll.The ,
tailback Tommy Anderson, -
No. 22, 5-6, 160,12, is the workhorse
runner for Nease. Sharp VCR 00 0
The Panthers run from a power-I $ Q
with a tight end and split end. Or. 59"
they use two backs in the backfieldwith
two wide receivers. Remote Control -/ .'
The Panther offensive line has '
good size. Center is big Frank
2 Event
Wellborn, No. 55, IHI.231,12. Guardsare 14 Day ,
Eddie Curvas, No.74,57,193, 11, L4..ne.- ""U .
}>> con.-
and Lee Morgan No. 66.5-9,195,10, \U P o J1I4OQ
who has good feet and stays on his \() \1\Se\e5$" ..ftIW.nl: \ a

block. Weak side tackle Billy _.:.:....l. ......,.;, \\nII. .
Wright No. 61, 5-9, 179 12. and ..F: td.) 'rl Wo.-critw tlftr -::
strong side tackle David Lemmon, \\'t& II4c
No. 78, 6-0. 193, 10, have quick feet, ,, drL+ f t.r040 rntal
\ ..
The end is
BUS scouts report. tight 4ua\
No. 33, for whom the BHS scouts had \Id CIR a ,. 01't& ..ndtJt1f1" \ a
no name, is mainly a blocker. \ J1I4OI'Id

Panther Defense... STV420a
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QUc ""
Defensively, the Panthers have __ an 'adc audio orexpand ap 0f' 10C lnroanoCbcrb'I
Up yow
run a five and a four man line. @ of thescs-f'bber: You
BHS coaches don't know which qA room with the eatlOUl'ld IdewiIioo's sound.td1iIe their
defense the Tornadoes may face at gOO also use them to enhance'C stereo the
Nease, but the 4-4 defense is same 9 maj 1etic field compensation allows JIDU to pIac.e
BHS has run and the 5-4 is the 6 T.V.without cauainII picture distort And their maId1rd for

defense the Tornadoes ran for years ._ power hapoling capabiIi1J makes them D
and which they have faced a few a :mocfaanbhi powaedsrilel Faexdtingsoln4mydllm7
times this season. of F'lIher"s" fine S1VUOs today I
with a pair
It's a matter of seeing how the up ..
staff will defensethe r....
Nease coaching .....
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justments Tornado as wing-T quickly and as making possible ti 0 ...........s''..s'...,b.fl
5 3-SSTtaa )
after the starts, says Coach
game ...........
David Hurse. ... hhdae.peryloa floe M
Seven of the Panthers go both o MAi.......be ..-.MIl..........

ways. ... WIdhoM {pkIIft 6MIa.
Tailback Tommy Anderson, No. o IMSt.............
22, is the right cornerback in the 5-4 o 1t.3" (W).ZU.! .r' Po
defensive set up. Fullback Richard iIdoo a-*", ,error iii
Whiting No. 34, and center Frank
Wellborn, No. 55, are the inside FI
linebackers. HER'I
Wellborn is termed the best hitteron
the Nease eleven.. Weak tackle I
Billy Wright No. 61, Is the strong
defensive end. Guard Eddie Curves

No. 74, is -defensive tackle. Wing /dn+ P ,
man Phillip Johnson. No. 40. Is the yw v
defensive strong tackle. Wide at
receiver Alan Brewer No. 88, i*the

defensive Weak side free defensive safety. end in the 5-4 HOME iNTERTAINMINT'

set up is Gene Cockrelf No. 30, !6-0. .waY IaPhoMus .
lJII. U, who also plays some at right
wing, tight end wide out. and in the
slot Sherrod has good speed. The S-tfSi 9a CONCEPTS
. 'Panther defensive ends stand up and

, 'rtod. .

Middle guard Mike Sherrod. No. IUlf18 6QVAM 8HBPPI3W> CHITIB> 8TABXI 884-6948 ..
r ... $-10. 301. U. i* tough and quick -
'gjf ..gn..fufa |m|0 read. -
MniwttT !r man on defense I* Chris .. -- -- --

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11 DuPont Group Tours

H Local Mining- SiteBy + I

Mark FriedJia gest employers in this area.
BCTSlaUWriterIt The visiting company managers i
was a tour worth taking for over were from DuPont operations from ,
75 DuPont plant managers and their all over the world, from South -. I
wives, who visited both the Trail America to Japan and many coun- !
Ridge and Lawtey plants owned by tries in Europe,giving advance men Y II Iaa t
the company which is one of the b jt- some problems with language differences tI
but overall the tour went
quite smoothly, according to local
DuPont Plant Manager Donald
Wouldn'tyou Lubke who said the visitors' high
level of interest in the technologyand
really various mining processes at the : .
two plants made up for differencesin I ,
rather have language. !
"It was a great experience for .
them to come here and see how we
your moneyin operate," Lubke said as the group I
Florida assembled at the Officer's Club at II I
Camp Blanding for a pre-tour lunch
and slide presentation detailing the ,
National 2A AM r"A
history of the operation. "They can F?
take back some of the ideas for min-
ing we use here and hopefully buildon
those ideas back at their own
operations. It was very Interesting
meeting the company's employeesfrom
"7o75%" so many areas of the world,
and it truly shows the world-wide
1-year CD scope of the company today."
DuPont has concentrated some of yx.
their mining operations here on land i Kam! 1
"8.25%" owned by Camp Blanding,for which Y. R ,. so
they pay royalties each year. + y
2-year CD This area contains a unique ;
geological formation called the .Y
''Trail Ridge formation" which has .r .
a high concentration of minerals -
"8.500/0" three of which area mined and processed
Setting Sail...
by DuPont. tow of the"Wet Mine at DuPont'TralMdge MloaA
3-year CD See Page 6 group of DuPont manager from plant all over the world take a guided The mangen took home many useful Idea*from their leer.w .

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E RANKERS Starke Men Named in Federal Grand Jury IndictmentTwo

E t bll h di 1884'
i Starke men already in federal according to U. S. Attorney Jay Despite rumors of many arrests of by the combined agencies.
A BANK OF BOSTON COMPANY l custody have been named in grand Steele. Edwards' arraignment is leading citizens and public officialsin
jury indictments in Jacksonville. scheduled for Nov. 12. Bradford County, the U. S. At Both Griffis and Edwards were on I
James Maurice Edwards Jr. who Billy Gordon Griffls,who had been torney's Office said Griffis and Edward parole for 1981 and 1982 federal
was arrested Nov. 2 for conspiracyto arrested Oct. 23 for violation of probation WPI'f" the only arrests made charges in unrelated cases.
possession with intent to and was being detained, was
distribute in excess of 100 kilogramsof also charged in a four-count indict
Harold K. Davis ,....NN. marijuana and remained in ment.
Loan OfficerSTOCKTON UNDER custody on a parole violation war The indictment charged Griffis Girl Scout NewsThursday I
rant, has been charged on a four with possession with intend to
WHATLEY. DAVIN &: COMPANY count grand jury indictment.The distribute cocaine, possession with
indictment charged Edwards intent to distribute 50 grams mari-
LICENSED MORTGAGE BROKER/INSURERS with conspiracy to distribute more jana, possession of sawed-off rifle New Brownie Troop 12, at 6:30 p.m. In
105 N.W. 33 Court, Gainesville Florida 32607 than 100 Kilograms of marijuana, possession of firearm by convicted! Will Meet TonightA Fellowship Hall at the First United
possession of cocaine with intent to felon,according to Steele. newly formed Brownie Girl Methodist Church in Starke.
Qmce 375-295O Local Number 473-0266 distribute and two counts of using a Griffis's arraignement is scheduled Scout Troop will start tonight, The troop has openings for girls In
JfHA.-VA. phone during a criminal conspiracy, for Nov. 16. first, second or third grade who are
Conventional Home Mortgages Second Mortgages interested in being a scout. The
meeting will last one hour, accor-
ding to leader Debra Goza.
If Interested in scoutingbut
you are
OVER 10,000 EVERYDAY cannot make this meeting or
Winn-Dixie LOW PRICES have a younger or older girl in-
terested in scouting, you may contact
TO GIVE YOU A Neighborhood Chairman An-
drea Abrams after 5 p.m.

Dr. April O'Connell,Santa Fe Community
instructor, spoke to
RESERVED Bradford-Union Scout Leaders
FMN.O.N CtWVtUOMt ttUMfct IMP INC THURS. WED., L last week at the monthly
NOVEMBER 12 18, 1987WinnDixie's neighborhood meeting. She remined
the leaders of the importance they
play in the life of a girl and the pride
they should have in the volunteer job
they are performing. Thanks April.

AL TSq Events

MPB 1 Boomerang at Stephen Foster in
Everyday Low Prices 2 White Springs Nov. 21.
Christmas Parade Dec. 5.
Nursing Home Sing in Dec.
J s T'" Tent Camping in January.
a p y ,a ao Weekend at Neyati for leaders in
xE 9 make Ha idau Slt&bbum &ziy!! training Jan. 16, 17.

'BOTTOM Thanks For Supporting QSP
did well off
The neighborhood
LiNE H PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATIONS: subscriptions and record/tapes.order. Girl
Scouts appreciate every

470 W. MADISON ST seooi r t :* Neyati pay Camp UpdateThe
OOD B V 'I'V Neyati Day Camp last June
IR, received high marks from GatewayGirl
Scout Council for the increased
I _n. u"_ reA. I registration and the money the fees
...... w generated.Everyone.
Mjcjromfl': .Im1ca attending knew it was
BLUE PLATEMAYONNAISE Cheddar H Macaroni fun but it Is nice to know it generated
Cheddar HICKORY SMOKED interest in scouting in BU by
SHANK registering approximately 30 new
ellxPtaEe l scouts.The fee was low so every girl
ifl'm ; could afford camp and thanks to
9ge PORTION HAMS leaders and other supporters the low
1 J a 10....: r' cost was more than enough to pay
the way of each camper. Thanks
GOLDEN GRAIN w again to all those who helped in

MAC A.RONI & CHEDDARMAYONNAISE i 07 anyway.Judy Dukes and Carolyn Eaves
r'Y' A
DEEP SOUTH 1 represented Neyati at the recent din-
ner at the Yacht Club in Jacksonville
where the reports were shared and
c .i accolades given.

'88' 4$100PIiCS.: LJ.BSI ,nanp,49n'unfot> : Sell.Pies.
J .. ...:. V 21 Contact Debbie, Br'ooine'or; any',
Hampton Junior Scout if Interestedin
buying a pie for the holiday,this is
a money making project for the
1-LB. PKG. scouts.

,fira !' ASTORCOFFEE 1-LB. $179 WHOLE HOGSAUSAGE ffppf&xs Any Must Open Be Capped Wells

Vacuum The"uwannee River Water
. &%* -
\ the
Management District urges
public to notify the district of any
domestic or irrigation wells which
"'aF- -." are not capped.
,.I APPLE, uiiiiitr CHiirtr IIOHT CHERRYp III accident
:EM" MEDIUM LARGE GARDEN SWEET PEAS COMSTOCK C 97 i such as the recent one in Texas in
/ or CUT GREEN BEANS 19 $9 which a small child fell into an 8"
._ << THRIFTY MAID PIE FILLING 2ss2 iI. : PORK CHOPS u diameter well. Your name is not re-
} IIfMpl' REGULAR rllOHT quired. However, the location of
U.S.D.A.IN1PICTID(.. II II. PKO.) FRESH SEAFOOD J these wells is vital.Landowners .
:r.. 3 $100 COORS \imJI69. FRYER WE WILL GLADLY STEAM are required to cap
"cr- Ifroi 12.81.CANS 39c SEAFOOD PURCHASES AT NO all wells under state law. If a lan-
,,":::,. A"J . .CANS LEGQUARTERS u ... EXTRA CHARGE downer fails to comply he or she
15-01. LIGHT a DARK KIDNEY BEANS I-os. All VARIETIES WD HAND U.S. CHOICE BONELESS FLOUNDER $/39| may face civil penalties of up to
TOMATO PASTE or 1S-OI. TOMATO SAUCE CHEK $10,000 per day.For further information -
I- 68CDRINKS. CHUCK $ 17 FILLET. . . La please contact Annette Bur-
. 2B\'t\ ROAST .0.1.cr.JUMeo..Uo.OH nham at the district office,
FMr" *
CANS, PEPSI 8 9 c RIB $ 91 SHRIMP. II OItWU Emergency Dial 911

burl your set ot iTirfcCTaT;K.1:j I af.N d M r i 3Klue WITH JO' OH lASIt HIRRUCH

( Saucer AQUA FRESHTOOTHPASTE 97 C tf-< ,- 1 I) BAKED $ -79 confidential Information on
;ttfitlMONILIMI : 7
; this subject call iel Mad at 9644496
Ii!!i,111P1-- Regular$1.99 .IIOUIAI. SENSITIVE IKIN. Il .. REGULAR o>SMOKCO HAM . 18. or 378-0007 and ask to listen loony
TODAY! fhl. 59c 1 Vasectomy
A20-plec.Rervkelor.' CREAM SIZE CAKE EACH !S3: Tubal Ligation
S SOon !
our plan
only !55:!: The Pill
Each place setting piece of 49 w SUPi SUM UNSCENTED HOLDAQUA UNSCINTID.REGULAR $ 1 9 APPLE 10-INCH 56 Intrauterine Devices
2 57 The Rhythm Method
this heirloom NET $399
99C'' HALF !58: Diaphragm Foam and
quality china only :,:: HAIR SPRAY SIZE I LB. PIE . . EACH Condom

'e.Med Is a free service providedby
/ the Auxiliary Bradford Hospital,

-. : 1 iii II g ALL PURPOSE .IOU 99C 'I. VINNIE'S 96C Inc.

; f: T POTATOES Y sIQue: PIZZA . 1 10siE l.




I-- SUPERBRAND $1119 c'" ", ." .

I't 1r .. MUSHROOMS PK": 98e ICE CREAM. CALF t 'e.t

1 IRlfN JJ-01.CTN.
., FLORIDAc r lI /' FIVE ALIVE .. ._

#2653 '88
"' ---= Chevy
.. .. .
t Celebrity Eurosport

Take home WINH.DIXIE'S videotape NEW ITEMS FROM WINN-DIXIE .$243. mo.
promoting a drug-free lifestyle.
, 810 1N.T, ......I 12.9% 66 mos+ tax, tag and
SOLO CUPS . "SUE, slag:) FAB'1 SHOT . ',:' $419 options/with approved credit.



. .. FISCHER SEASON ; : Stayk*
l aen "
MAKE THE RIGHT CHOICE "youf < ciMcum cooo uoof CO>TIO'
hNNbMwJ11.NInIl. IMS, town Wn1aM.Mbg1'M'WIN.starWINN.OtXIE.4 .u. hill 1CS OIMI''N'IV/CS
"' contunr-ion. win.l8P E.1.N...tmyjuMinl ARROW COLD CUPS w $189 COOKIES "slag:
t'I\ 12 Hwil4l'IdOH UVI""0< M 141 WINK' D.XlL . .
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Big: Crowd From North Florida Area Expected for Festival in Middleburg i ir. .

A large crowd from all over North ing at the Civic Center on Palmetto.The Festival will be the Mlddleburg
Florida is expected to attend theme of the event will be Elementary School on Blanding j
Historic Mlddleburg'i first community "Music from Yesteryear." Blvd< The roads will be closed on
wide Festival on Saturday, The et Center ldri&g Main Street so people wW be free to \
November 21. The focus of the activities will be the Civic the roam around as they please. The
will on Main Street,which is whole day Saturday and the Mid- Historic Middleburg Methodist
the home of numerous historic dleburg volunteer Fire Department Sanctuary will not be part of the
buildings, but other events are expected will also be sponsoring a B-B-Q. tour sponsored by the Main Street
to be spontaneously planned The Middleburg United Methodist Project/ but will be open to the
throughout the area. Church will be Holding a pancake public. It Mil be manned the whole
There will be events happening in breakfast beginning at 8 p.m. and day to answer questions by curiosity
.t / the community during the whole the church will also be holding their seekers.
week by businesses, schools and annual bazaar all day. Far( more information call the
other organizations, but the Festivalwill The Masonic Lodge will host Middleburg Press at 2822353.
climax on Saturday. several displays including gems, It should prove to be a fun day for
Included in the Saturday's lineup minerals and Indian lore. anyone( in the area that is interestedin
J1 will be open-air entertainment at the The best. place to park for the History.
L1J -
EJ corner of Palmetto and Main Street. L _: -- ,
Some of the I
performances will Include ,
t d the Middleburg High School : : ,, ': : =: (j
Band, the J.L. Wilkinson Junior .R"1Jf 11"'V
High Band and the award winning v.:1 YL SIIDJ'fj"l' ,:' ,
d JLW Chorus. There will also be an ; '
f'1 f'\ / "
/y n arts and crafts show at the same ; .. : ,,:, .; : .
location, featuring some of the best ;

art The talents"Main in the Street area.Preservation '''J8'E; : 8 HOPES l TOVINYL ';

ryN Project", one of the '
". ;;-... t ;TRAIN ''
L groups at the Historic Middleburg : SID1GINSTALLERS ,
l J Festival, will J .
sponsor a tour of five 1_,:,. 1 .,
of the oJ.
Historic home in the Main "
Street area. It will begin from the : :' >I' .; r, ::1 ,
Old :';1 :. t' '
Library location Main Street, l r ,
just of Blanding Blvd. The locationof
the event will be well marked for : Youvift\ :
those of 1L'TQQUALIFY: ( \ lJ..ti ;
towners wishing to visit }
,, .'.- ,. .- .... .- the Festival. ; ,; .
.arrtawrsrnwYp ,. fY- 7h+w+ .q r r- ''I" fl. -.0041- /;
Mr.Frank Thomas,a former resident ; Y'E 50'OF';' .SIUINQr os s.f::
The Bardin of Middleburg now living at .
House. .. ;: ..."1.;",. ''pi',- ,' \ :
Lake Wales Is a recording artist and ,. .Ji >- "
This Is one of the many homes In Mlrfdlcburg that is This Victorian style house was built In 1888.Originally has written and will perform songs .. '.', :. .... ..1 for'-. ,rl:+;!J ;. :.i:, :',fI',-:
along Ihe Main Street,which Is rich In history! The First the Inside had heavy wrought Iron bannisters to a cen about Clay County and more :"" ... ; *l:<: Annual Historic Mlddleburg Festival Is expected to tral stairway In the hall. It was built for Henry Bardin specifically Middleburg. ."i.l .\..,." ,A...,..-,.." .. ..L.. ;: :).;)[......"""'" .
draw a crowd from all over North Florida, Saturday, brother of Matha Ann Chalker It Is now owned by Mr. A senior citizens dinner and program J. );.......'---_.__ _\ _."..;......."..-1._. ._<_,
November 21.Worth. and Mrs. Dwight Durden. is planned for Thursday even- ------------------------


yfpting 2020 NE 12th Place

program to single parents and program should contact the Starke Ocala FL 32670
displaced homemakers who want to Campus of SFCC at 964-5382. The ,
"Send A Book" aides that will meet nursing home start a career,change careers or re- class will meet on Tuesday and CALL COLLECT
standards.Graduates would become enter the workforce after a break in Thursday evenings from : 904-622-4963
Signing PartyA Certified Nursing Assistants as required employment.The 9:30: p.m. at the Starke Campus
party for contributors to by Florida Law. program focuses on helping beginning on November 11 and ending
signing individuals
The cost of the course is approximately become successful in on December 17. Name
the successful recent "Send a Bookto both life and job skills. It features Type of Home
College" drive will be held at the $175, which includes ap- Address.
Starke Center of Santa Fe Community plication, tuition, lab fees, book and communication and assertivenessskills There are no fees for this program Wood 0 Blocky
,stress and time but
uniform. management, pre-registration Is re City
at College 2 this Sunday,November 15 Applicants must take the TABB career planning, job search techni- quired. Participants will be encouraged MobileQ Oth rD
p.m.The test at the Bradford Vo-Tech Center. ques, interview skills and Informa- to develop specific career Phone AM 0
donors to the Starke Center'sLibrary PMO,
tion on and educational and
Trust Fund will sign For more information, please call goals plans with the guidance ofa
Lila Yawn at the SFCC starke resources. trained instructor.
bookplates for the books to be
from the $1,500 annual purchased income Center ((964 53112)). Anyone who is Interested in this Call now to register for the class.

from the $25,121 raised by the
"Send a Book to College"campaign. ACT Test

Donations totaled$15,121 plus an additional At Starke CenterAny L
match of $10,000 from the LONGCHAMPHOMES
State of Florida's Academic Trust student planning to take full tIE:
Fund. time classes at Santa Fe Community A HANDYMAN I
Major contributions included a College for the Winter Term should
special challenge grant of $4,000 take the ACT Test to be administered I I
from the Bradford County at the Starke Center Hardware SALE
Telegraph, $3,000 from duPont, $500 Tuesday, November 17. ,
form the community State Bank, The test will begin promptly at I HURRY)Snln end Nov 16thWD40 NOW'S THE TIME IF YOU'REREADY
$500 from the Florida National 8.30; a.m.
Bank, $500 from the local chapter of TThere is no charge for the test, TO BUY!
Alpha Delta Kappa, the Retired but the student must fftllHit an application ThermogripGlue
Teachers Sorority and $400 from to the colipgc.,prior to taking We're.buildingO beautiful '
Denmark Furniture. Evelyn Stump the testFree .9'.A" home in: Deemwood .
Griffin,who worked hard on the project Gun Subdivision and, YOU can choose the
reported that over $2,500 came 29
Class OfferedAt ,
from individual members of the .9'.A"n-6 custom finishing touches (Carpet, Paint,
SFCC Starke CenterSanta
Starke Woman's Club.
97 Cabinets Tile
Etc. .
Sponsored by the Santa Fe Endow- )
ment Corporation, the successful Community
Starke Center is offering a FREE Effectively rust andcorrosion.
Send a Book to College drive was prevents
chaired by Steve Denmark and co- 9 oz. aerosol Located on Lot No. 14, Deerwood .

chaired by Larry Noegel. -. U.S. 301 South

UMW Planning ( PROPANE I

Annual Bazaar ;\ TORCH a; 99 Call LONGCHAMP HOMES

United Methodist Women SsI F' b
members of First United Methodist 964-6853
Church In Starke are planning their f.. k"4 I .
annual bazaar. ., 899' r For Complete Details
The "Angelic Happening" will be III]
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.November 19 in ;: I .J Features a strong, steel case and a -

Fellowship Hall. New this year will .... Solid Brass burner new smoother return.
be a preview night. From 6 to 8:30:
VERNON REDDISH ------------- -------------------
p.m.on November 18 the bazaar will fiI2a5SAFETY !
also be open. rcE .. courON I 1 I ACE ( .I* I
chili will be served both '88
Soup or #7003 Chevy ,.
ElectricalTape l Hardware Aluminum
dates for a $2.50 donation. Relish I
trays and crackers, tea or coffee is Cavelier 2 dr. RS I
included. Sandwiches and dessert $203. II I Yardsticks II CHECK & SERVICE
will be available for 75 cents. II I I I II IiII Kero-Sun & ToyoStove ONLY
The angel theme is being carriedout 12.9% 66 mos +tax, tag and 3/99 I 119A I
with many angel surprises. options/with approved credit. I Complete cleaning, new wick, Ignitior.
There will be handmade crafts, coil and batteries + safety check.
Christmas ornaments, homemade I 3/4"x60'vinyl electrical or handy aluminum yardstick with
goodies (canned and baked) and I general purpose tape. I I US and Metric scales i In Our $ $
I Ii 2495 QQ95
seasonal decorations to delight all I
a tai .OCIII".AII u-reR.cuxow.nu"
L.:____ Store
angel ----- :
.... .
made'Silent with squares Auction'honoring of a lap former quilt i "MELROSC. tJ KEYSTONE: : !. S Ri< C ,-- .

members of UMW will be a highlightof .,: e.x'q: : : e.xt;
the event. \, : I Normans: lawn

Make plans now to attend. ., _:7475-240O u.. .' .:::475"4006: ". 964-4642, LandscapePlants SEED all green winter. .

Nursing Course OfferedLocal Assistant .... I I'II .jf Plant Rye

residents who are interested I PC recommends:3-5 Ibs per
In a Nursing Assistant Course in KEYSTONE Buy' One 1000 sq.ft.on turf. 5.8 Ibs on
Starke this winter(beginning In Bahia. 10-15 Ibs on bare ground50lbBagONLYl3"
January) should contact the Santa

Center.Fe Community College Starke CHIROPRACTIC Get One

The eight week, non-credit course 11b. Sibs 10 Ibs
(240 contact hours) is designed to FREE I
develop a degree of skill for nurses CLINICAUTO .39e 1.89 3.49


Starke A ARM PAIN ,

Open Every Nite MIDBACK PAINNUMBNESS model 2000

1$2.00 SPECIAL] LOW BACK PAIN& TINGLING 1 I w/14" Bar & Chain

: Sat & Sun 5:00: show j jL LEG PAIN Reg. $179.99 '
_.:TuesdaYshow!:! SALE 12999on

Starts Friday, f'lov.13 MOM.-WEO. AFML model S25CVA 16" bar & chain
A comic tale... LOUNETTE Reg. $279.994. |
The PRINCESS MOST INSURANCE ACCXPTED A somblad*Serviced.Ready to Use

473-3604 14
Like'SGQ HOTS.n. 539 E Call St. Starke
( M
lPO 111 Open 9-6 964-5745
OH for showtlmes Professional Pest Control Services Inside& Out 964-5745




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Second Place...
Wilson.Second place In the Big Base tourney went to Cedric Perry Cat left),and Buddy Perry. Presenting the trophies If Clint


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First Place...
I Rotary President Clint Wilson Cat left)present the trophic to Tommy Reaslcy and Joe Dolan for tint place In the
Rig Rom competition.

I Tourney Winners Take Big BassA tai ,

good turnout participated in the fish. They were awarded $260 in Perry and Robert Holmes with 2 r
second annual Tom Rymer merchandise and$240 in cash for the poounds 12 ounces. They received
Memorial Fishing Tournament heldat most pounds and an additional $180in $100 merchandise and $100 cash.
Lakeshore Park on Lake Butler chas for the big bass. Fourth place went to Danny Crews
Saturday, Oct. 24. and Jerry Howell They received$85
Second place in most pounds was merchandise and$65 cash.
Tommy Beasley and Joe Dohrn awarded to Buddy Perry and his Fifth place went to John Bennett
won first plan in the most pounds son, Cedric, with 3 pounds 9 ounces. and Chuck Foister. They received
category with 5 pounds 5 ounces of They received $175 in merchandiseand $55 merchandise and$20 cash.
bass. They also won the Big Bass $175 cash. Trash fish winners were Chuck
competition with a 3 pound 11 ounce Third place went to Albert Lee Stearnes and jimmy Mobley.

Third Place...
I Food Distribution SetThe Rotary President Clint Wilson Cat left) presents trophies for third place In the Big Bass tourney to Albert Lee Perry
middle)and Robert Holme.

Suwannee River Economic may pick up the commodities.
Council announced that it will be Certification, recertification or
distributing USDA commodities on replacement of a lost card will be HoridaFederal's 25-Month
Tuesday and Wednesday,November done at the Outreach Center at 855 new CD :
17-18, from 8:30: a.m. to 4 p.m. both SW 6th Avenue, Lake Butler.None of
days at the Housing Project Com- these items will be issued, however,
munity Building at 855 SW 6th during distribution. (Exception: there's a way to get a higher than market above market rate which varies with the amount'of
Avenue in Lake Butler. Outlying areas will be recertified rate with a no-risk investment: Florida Federal's new your opening deposit.
You will qualify to receive the during distribution due to the 25-month CD.
This is available for limited
commodities if you receive: Food distance involved.) program a time only.
S Stamps (Letter of Decision required With our new 25-month CD, the more you So open your 25-month CD at Florida Federal today
). Aid to Families with Depen- aside notes: Special days are set deposit, the higher your interest climbs.You'll! get an And get even more from your investment --
dent 'ChildrenAFDC (Medicaid for the exclusive distributionto
Card required), SSl (Medicaid Card the elderly and the handicapped.If I
required), or meet the income you have trouble standing, please The
eligibility requirements stated bring a folding lawn chair so you can more you deposit
below: be more comfortable.
Commodities must be picked up USDA's Emergency Food ,
only at the sites designated on the Assistance program is available to the higher interest di nbS.
card. You must present your current all eligible recipients regardless of your
card to receive commodities.. you or race, color, national origin, age, sex
either of two designated alternates or handicap.

Right Turn

Acid Wash Jeans

Men's O 8.569%
Weer e OFF Annual Vivid!


452 N. Temple Ave. (Hwy 301)) Levis Jaguar Compounded. Monthly
Starke 964-6795 Jordache Male 'inning$7G Upl or'nun Dejnvl'


.LI age newborn to 3 years 8.515%
: e. boys & girls Annual Yield
., Girls ages 4-28 yrs
... ... boys 4-16 Compounded Monthly
/ ages yrs SSlI.OtJO.74.9'19 91!

.;.....:/............* Offering beauty, sportswear & Opening Qryrnif
; .
.... photogenic competition to ages.
....... .
IN Colered Rhinestone Crowns
.. .
........, .....,....'.,.-- ,,,He/- .. Savings Large Beaulifullrophies Bond Annual Yield
Screen Printed Banners
:- ,
>' ". Paid Entry to National Finals 8.15%
Sfaz.L" .
... 1000.00 Savings bond to be given away Compounded Monthly
at final $25tt/()- i,999.99!
Z'f"4AM '. q".mg/" Qp't
7' -- Pageant to be held Sunday Nov. '
22, 1987 in Starke at the Country
'" Club. For more info call: 964-8549
or 463-7047 8.408%

Annual Yield

Bob 8.10%
Wright Compounded!Monthly
$10,0! }24.99999!

I Hwy. 301 N. Starke Opening hose"

t 9644587I 8.354%

Annual Yield
I s I Il
I 8.05%

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Florida Federal
will take ANY Trade-In

j Boats Cars Mobile Homes FsUC .

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i j To Qualified Buyers Downtown aaineevllle ?5KT/llUnlvlty! Galn..vlll /Tn Oaks Keystone Heights Starke Ocala .
220 N.Main Street .University Ave. 6707 Newberry ROad Lawrence Blvd:& 395 W. Madison Street 3033 S.W.College Rd.
E-Z CREDIT 377-3344 ,
F 375-2700 473-4952 Sylvan Way 964-5000 2377204IIr.

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See me at November 12,1987 SECTION. Pages

TerwillegarMotors Bradford
Restaurant "

New & Used for Vehecles Supports Handicapped .I i iI ,

209 W. Madison St. Starke
Mark Pflazgraf was hired as a kitchen dition to the staff. Mark recently i
964-7200 aid/dishwasher by Bradford was transferred to the day shift,
Family Restaurant in September. which is more hectic, but he enjoys ;
Eddie Starling Mark's job responsibilities include this shift more.Sunshine "
.. washing and putting away dishes, Industries is presently
food preparation and assisting with involved in a Supported Work Program
SAVE shipping and receiving. where clients are placed in
For limited time
a Originally H.L. Dye community Jobs at regular wages.A
onlySave Pre-Season owner/operator of the BradfordFamIJy portion of the employees wages can
on Restaurant,hired Mark with be paid by an on-the-job training
Tune-up Special. the philosophy that "everyone grant from the Jose Service Office
deserves a chance", However, Mr. for a period of up to 3 months.
INCLUDES: Dye has reported that Mark is"very "When you have both the
New wick conscious about his Job" and a very employer and client satisfied in a
IgniterBatteries jf x steady worker, demonstrating an client's Job performance,you have a
f honest effort. Mark has now settled successful placement program,and
XA42 into the work routine, and other that's'what we strive for", stated !
Combustion Test T/ -C ''rmlTr employees have accepted him very Sunshine Industries Program Direc-
Safety Check WICKS>Mins*Accfa.slldComplete | > 1 well. He has proven to be a good ad-. tor,Diane Racicot.Preparing .
'...n.--" l... ..;O"_ .... -
Reg.Price Starting Cleaning at $16.95 ; -N\.i

Pre-Season Special 1 !
Starting at $12.95 I "I

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Bob's Lawnmower P

& Chainsaw Repair _,6_ r fOJ';

Hwy 21 Keystone Heights r

473-0233 ,

Wa use only Kero World Products because Your Family Deserves the Best.

We have trained service technicians that can service
most all brands.

Mark Pflazgraf. H
BACK FACTS: | ":'."" ... .

Yau bo Winning, Tennis i.

Instruction I
,,w '
ol ? r
Private Lessons uP

h1 $10 per Hour OR W

Learn with a Friend

For $5 each.
ii t't Call Mark at

I987 CHIgQTOOMS LTO 473-4380 or 964-6305 ..' r rM
CHIROPRACTIC #7007 '88 Chevy Students Include ,.. ..
EVERY MOVE THAT '-----1 --- 1-i. -- --
Opl YOU MAKE DEPENDS r TREATMENTCAN Spectrum .$179. mo. Members of KHHS
'3* ON YOUR BACK. RELIEVE BACK for Another World...

rXV.THAT'S WHY EVEN '. PAIN OUICKLV, WITHOUT/ High School Teams Bill Wilson,playing Milo Alcott who dies and comes back as a ghost I
THE SMALLEST NATURALLY 12.9% 66 mos+ tax, tag/with prepares for the next life with his lawyer played by Ruth Rlddlck. The
MOVEMENTS HURT DRUGS OR SURGERV. approved credit.ORIAN ghostly comedy, "Lo and Behold" runs Nov. 13-14 and Nov. Zo-ZIIn the I!
WHEN YOU H ..VEBA.CI .tarke Woman's Club. 4
218 S. Walnut St Starke FL

Nn to Chimbtr ef Commarc Offle STARKE, FLORIDA StarkeA
-. '
..-:::: 964-4957
bit of comedy comes to town
... Nov. 13-14 and Nov. 20-21 when the
Bradford Players and the Junior
r 6 TO 8:30 PM. Woman's Club of Starke present:"Lo
: ; .. 4 .. JanU eholdl" In a dinner-,theatre-.,.
," CHILI SOUPTSU'PPERTHURSDAY It is a suspenseful romantic comp:
edy complete with various ghostly
Test Drive 1988 personalties and a gangster to add
a :lI spice to an evening full of laughs and
NOVEMBER 19 '' surprises.The .
play opens next Friday,Nov.
Chevrolet truck Todayat 9A.M. TO 3 P.M. 13,in the Starke Woman's Club.The
CHILI SOUP LUNCHEONFive dinner is at 6:30 p.m. The play
begins at 8 p.m. Tickets can be pup
chased at Chasteen's Jewelry,phone
Orian Wells ChevyOldsand little angels sitting on a cloud 964-7271, OB Mitchell's Drug Store,
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I think I'll' It'll be lark" goers chuckling.
go. a The story revolves around Milo
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Tour -

I'romFage 1-0 Jo Ztnris

Workers at the two sites process
titanium, which is used as a Specialty gift Shop
whitener in paints and dyes and in
many other industrial applicationstoo T (904)964-854?
numerous to mention in this 4t
space, the mineral zircon, which is ,paA 504 W. CaltSt. V.O.1)0((366L
used in ceramics, molds and to
make smooth casing for metal work, StarRc, ? 32091.0366
and "Starblast" a product which is
used to replace steam cleaning and Fantastic Syrups from Oak Hill
other paint stripping formulas for .t, Farms Peach. Strawberry.
high pressure work. Yw Blueberry and Country-
Lubke told his audience that
millions of years ago,this high pointin Great with pancakes on
Florida was surrounded by water, these cold mornings Yesl
leaving sediments that washed up on we have the air Praline Puffs
the shores from the primeval oceans
by Yuppie Gourmet. Come In
minerals and
rich in especially
"heavy metals", ores rich in the for a sample.An .
types of materials mined by the outstanding selectionof
company.The dolls our latest Is the
Trail Ridge formation is unique -
Prairie Dolls
in this country" Lubke explained Layaway now
,and is a prime national resource, for Christmas.
over one mile wide and 17 miles Assorted color bags &
long, that was first discovered in tissue an alternative to
1947 by DuPont geologists.
Working in cooperation with U.S. traditlonql gift wrap and so
government scientists, who pretty. Great for packing
recognized the important economic Gourmet food, bath
and strategic implications of the
find, the company began mining in the area in 1947. baked goodies
The mining operation itself is unique : : .: _.
9:30-5:00: : M-F 9:30-4 00 Sat.
featuring two gigantic floating --- : :
drilling rigs which are slowly movIng .. 'r- Ode appreciate
your patronaTelWet
toward each other as they mine
the dark, dusty titanium enriched
soil.The Mine Operates 24-hours per day...
barges are supported by giant"legs" DtiPont'i wet proceeding mine la a gigantic' piece of machinery which proceM titanium from she dark,wet maud of SAWYER.
which actually take giant, the mine. '
hydralically supported "steps" The plant aba mine zirconium and make"Starblant"a commercial Industrial cleaner.
through the dark murky water at the
s ; '
mining site, which ranges in depthup 4JI8 RBUANCESwith =
to 70 feet down. ---
The use of the major product at
the plant titanium dixoxide, has
grown so fast in our post-war twrnom,7 WON-
economy that citizens In our countryuse a long drill. The samples are
up to seven pounds of the returned to the company labs where
mineral per year, in various products they are analyzed for high mineral
for every man, woman and content. S.I A.RS'
child in the U.S. U scientists determine that the
The DuPont facility is the largest land Is suitable,clear-cutting begins
operation of its type in the world and and a one-foot layer of topsoil is
in addition to employing many local carefully removed from the surface AUTHORIZED TERMITE
workers and improving the area's and stored in a holding area.
economy with their large weekly "We found that instead of moving
payroll, the company has an enviable the topsoil, as was done in the past, &
record of protecting the environment that we were better off saving the
pioneering the practiceof topsoil, which is very high in
restoration after the lands have nutrients and then coming back and PEST CONTROLFor
been mined. layering it down on the mining area
The company has actually replaced when the work is completed,"Lubke ERAT
the trees that have to come down told the managers. "This gives us a FREE Inspections and BUY AN
in the mining operation with more big advantage when we begin INSINKERATORClASSIC'
trees than the land originally sup- restoration. New trees and foliage $25. Estimates Call $25. '
ported.To grow back much faster when they OFF OFF il
begin the mining in a certain are replanted in original topsoil." DISIIWASIIER.
', area, advance men from the com- The mining dredge itself weighs w/AD w/AD iiE .
pany go in and take core-samples over 1,000 tons, and uses giant And
FREE food
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BCT Staff Writer FOR THE rwen.e.odw per.f houM-huM..MM|m voiuumer Noftutwtltum. 9f li I
Sixty-one wildfires burned 164

acres fiscal Supervisor. in 86-87 Bradford Tim, County Hannon County Forest reports.during Area RIGHT [QUALITY FOR LESS ,

The total acreage of these fires is .
inconsequential; however, many IDEAL FOR GETTING OR GIFTING
hours of equipment time and labor
were involved," says Hannon. .
The Division of Forestry (DOF) GENERALELECTRIC _
has nine full time employees in the .CATERING SERVICE ?
county, protecting the near 151,000 \
acres of timberland.

Fireline Plowing... -

The Starke Work Center, locatedat ,
the, New River fire tower on When planning your holiday parties, meetings or '
SR-100 west, provides pre- THERMADOR
suppression fire line plowing at the special occasion call for SATISFACTION 1
any us
cost of operating the equipment, your catering [GUARANTEED.* GAS GLASS COOKTOPS
which is set at
now $27.50 hour.
44 landowners were provided per with needs.WESTERN ..-.....---1 36"Gas Glass Cooktop.
this service last year,providing protection exclusive automatical
for 2133 acres. STEERAsk re-ignition system
Low mass grates for even
Control Burning...

Two assistance programs in control of burning landowner are offered for Donnie or Harry at 964-8061 30" GAS RANGE 0 One heat distribution.powerful 11,000 BTU

by the unit. These are geared $288 Super Burner,'two 9000
toward trimberland improvementand We have a wide selection guaranteed. to satisfy TRADE HI 25 BTU burners,and a 5000
reduction of fire hazard. .
BTU Simmer Burner.
DOF will control burn a tract for nearly all your culinary tastes.
the owner at a cost of$5 per acre up $263 R
to 50 acres,and$3.50 per acre for additional NET BUPRItDD
acreage.Or : MORE :
DOF will provide prescribed
burning assistance. This program Shrimp BBQ Ribs Beef or Pork INTRODUCING OUR NEW
provides manpower and equipmentat DelMonicoFilet
the site while the landowner con- Lobster Stuffed Flounder CONTRACT BUILDER DEPARTMENT
ducts the burning. Charges for this Mignon Roast Beef Ham .
service are $7.50 per hour for labor Sirloin
and $27.50 per hour of equipment Fried Chicken Chicken Cordon. Bleu '90 DAY REFUND OB EXCHANGEOPTIONDIRECT FROM GE
operating time.Burning T-Bones Turkey & Dressing

Regulations... JUST IN TIME
Burning to reduce yard trash and
household paper products is allow We serve a COMPLETE menu with baked potato or rice, your FOR THE COLIWEATHER
ed, without prior authorization, if
certain conditions are met: The choice of vegetable, fresh baked rolls, ice tea and dessert
smoke is not a nusiance, the burning
i is 300 feet from an occupied building, Call Us For ALL Your Catering Needs.
i or 50 feet from one's own home, Is
You don't have to wood
chop TUrn
I, / References available anymore.
100 feet from a public highway,is at on request.
I least. 25 feet from any woodlands,._ your unused drafty fireplace into a beautiful

source of heat.


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then the ore is dryed in a large"dry"
vacume hoses to pull the heavy, plant which uses heat both 'i
dark, titanium-bearing sands from electrical and natural,to remove the
the bottom, which is located moisture from the material.
anywhere from 20 to 70 feet under Titanium is
the water. shipped by rail to Du-
Pont plants in California and
As the dredge moves, pipelines
Delaware, where they are further
\ carry the wet soil and water mix- refined packaged and marketed -*
ture, called"slurry" to the process ,
under various brand names. ,\
ing.site, located on the banks of the The land reclamation work at the ,,
r site.A mine began in 1962 one of the very
'': seemingly endless series of first of it's kind anywhere, and the
spiral piping carries the material received assistance
company in this
'. through the system, which uses
pioneering program from the
.I't .',-. gravitation and electrical separation University of Florida.
-....., to remove the zircon and titanium "The cost to DuPont of this .
.n. -" from the soil
restoration effort exceeds the
"" "Over 96 percent of the slurry original cost of the land to a large
"'" ) material is returned to the land/' degree," Lubke said "We
"., \ ,/ Lubke said. "Then we have to dry something we like to call oocJ
1 the material" so we can process it for stewardship of the lands we mine.
industry. We want to ensure that they will remain
The huge dredges move a grand productive for future
... total of
.' 300 feet every two weeks tions as well as ours."

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Big Operation...
A big group of managers from $ 298 10 MCL.FT.TUBMQ.
all over the world met atDuPont' ,NZ" .
.Trail Ridge Mining Site f M1.I "
for a guided tour of the mining
operation.The HEAT UP TO 5 ROOMS CUT

managers toured both the
wet and dry mine at the site, r HEATING COST BY 5OU
then explored the technical side
of the mine,which Is one of the CHOOSI OVER 20 PROM.MODELS VENTED TO TANK as TO MTAUIOPKOM woo OALS
biggest of Its type In the world. INVENTED HEATED CALL TODAY POM
The Trail _
unique Ridge *' 2ND ST. OAINEIVILLS

geological formation was .'STARKE; : ''GAINESVILLE;;
discovered by a DuPont geologistIn I
& ,. 984 725JAxr .3 6' 461l.
1949. "Ya"r < iWG'RIFFIS GAS HAMPTON '

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At Kingsley Lake 964-7681 _
1900 N. Temple Ave. US 301 N. (To-Rena Motel)

Zoning Violation Alleged
I } Open Monday 4:30: pm 9:30 pm

Against Starke AttorneyAn

Lunch . :Ju.es-Fri! I. ;; llam-2:30pm
t t I I II
} Dinner . :J.ues-rri, : . 4:30-9:30pm:

alleged violation of RB Zoning Pless said this had no bearing on Saturday . . . . 4:30-9:30pm:
at Kingsley Lake remained unsettled the present alleged violations since
Tuesday after an on-site hearingat zoning regulations do not allow Sunday . . Lunch 12 noon2:30pmDinner :
Fire Lane 12 on property owned placement of additional mobile
by Starke attorney and former Clay homes on the lot. DENMARK I i La-Z-Boy 5pm9pmYEU
County attorney Gene Shaw. Following Tuesday's on-site conference -
Pless said, "It looks like '
Charles Pless, Clay County Code we're going to court."He added that -
Enforcement Officer said Shaw was Elaine Farley director of Clay "
charged with: 1) Moving a mobile County's Pre-Trial Restitution Program WEU TRADE/
home onto the property without ob- ,would turn the matter office over for to \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\,
taining required permits from the the State Attorney's
county, and 2)) Violation of the RB evaluation and possible prosecution.- DEAL I:
zoning classification which requires ALL TIRES MADE I IN THE GOOD OLE U.S. of A.
single family residences with a
minimum of 1,000 square feet of
heated and cooled space. The OFFICE SHOP Has
Radial XL Multi Mile
Pless said the violations were a second -
degree misdeameanor with a ) P133 6OR-13 . .'. . . ; . r... '30.00

maximum penalty upon conviction Office Machines P165 SOR.13 .. '. . . .. . :. 30.00
of $500 per day and/or a 60 day P19S 73R-14 . . . ... ... ... '37.00
sentence for each day of
compliance.Shaw 0 P203 73R-14 . . . . :. : '39.00'
contends that the property is For Sale Rent P203 75 R.15 . . . . . . '42.00
a lot of record, and was recorded or P225 73R-1S . $4...t,.to bl.nc.tlr.s '. :43.OO
prior to 1973 when waterfront property P233 73R-13 . . ... . . .. . 45.00
on the west side of Kingsley
Lake was zoned RB,banning any additional -
use for mobile homes.Shaw MULTI MILt 'TRUCK TIRES

claims the property; has a "non- GLASS BELTED GRAN PRIX RYSP195.15814.29.00
conforming status since there

was a mobile home already on the Low As . . '32.00 3Ix10.5Ox15.60.O0
As '
lot when he purchased the property. P205-75B14 31x11.50x13 .... 87.00
P215-75B14 s 4. .. P205-75B15 >?.?,. tk,? '31.00 9X15LT59.00-
.urr1111/ I P225-79B15.... to.. 33.00
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News. Brie*;.* !I I


Two BUS Students Eddie Speed, 23, was arrested The backup unit made 11 runs and ment of Corrections 1R months con- Jack Knight pled guilty VOP, bat Walnut St. and SR-100 from as she the was part at-
in AccidentTwo Nov. 9 for failure to appear for viola- Trauma I transported one patient:. secutive with sentence now serving. tery; placed on modified probationto tempting lane, a right turn I
Injured tion of probation, according to In- The unit also assisted R-75 (Mid- Roosevelt Henry Reed pled no con pay fees within 30 days or spend 90 ing to her 1988 Pontiac was
17-year-old Bradford High vestigator David Aderholt. dleburg) with one patient. test battery; placed on one year probation days in BCJ Damage in the 7:35 accident. The
$1,000 : p.m.
School students were injured Friday The majority of the people, 55, with special conditions John Lee Brown pled guilty VOP not damaged.
night when their car crashed in David William Padgett, 35, was were taken to Bradford Hospital. attempted sexual battery by use of truck was
Alachua County. arrested Nov. 9 on an order of arrest Twenty-one people were transportedto Dispositions Nov. 2 force and or violence not likely ,to STAT Flight Noted
Allison Joyce Thompson, driver of according to Deputy Doug Alachua General Hospital, eightto Donald Edwin Vickery guilty of cause serious personal injury; two
the car, was taken to Shands York. Shands and four to North Florida improper exhibition or reckless years community control followedby For Safety Record
with broken neck Regional all in Gainesville.. Five three years probation.
Hospital a possible display of a dangerous or deadly Alachua GeneralHospital's
were taken to RMC and STAT Flight,
Dennis DeSue was arrested on a one was
and facial lacerations. Further
weapon; placed on one year proba medical
for taken to Methodist in Woman GuiltyIn regional
observation revealed she has a capias charging failure to appear Hospital ,
crushed yertibrae and according to no valid driver license. DeSue turn- Jacksonville.The tion.Vickery guilty of leaving scene of County Court emergency transport MBB Aeromedical helicopter
ed himself into the sheriff's office majority of the calls or runs, received the
has been in a'halo'
the family placed accident six months
placed on pro- at the 3,000 con-
for several weeks and will be 25,were Illness related. Fifteen people Joann Walker pled guilty Safety
bation with conditions.
home later this week. Ira B. Rodgers, 60, of Starke was had respiratory problems and 14 Russell Walter special Garrod guilty of at- to a charge of driving while license secutive accident-free aeromedical
Stacey Lynn Shuford of Lawtey, arrested Nov 9 for driving while runs were to cardiac patients. Six- tempted introduction of contrabandinto suspended, according to court missions level. the
takento license suspended and improper tag, teen runs were to people in trauma records. She was fined $101.25. The award was presented at
in the vehicle, was state
passenger prison; placed on two Based
arrested Oct. 16 after American of Hospital
General with according to Patrolman W. C.Reno. and another 15 people suffered Walker was Society
Alachua Hospital with condi-
years probation special October
trauma her vehicle involved in an acci- Emergency Medical Services' -
internal injuries.Accordingto Rodgers ws involved in 9 a.m acci- relating to automobile ac- tions. was
possible the Florida Highway Patrol,she is dent at US-301 and CR-100. He was cidents. lance B. Thornton dent according to Patrolman K. R. convention.
and has been removed released after a $311.25 surety bond Two calls were to obstretic pa- guilty aggravated Hinds, Jr. Walker struck a trailer STAT Flight serves a 17countyarea
assault without firearm
improving a
was posted. tients and two were to people suffer ; truck attempting a right turn at of north Florida.
from intensive care. one year probation with special conditions -
The 19B6 Saab, driven by,Thompson ing emotional problems. One call ,
was northbound on CR-225N was to an overdose victim, one call James C. Owen guilty burglary ofa
crossed into the Two ArrestedFor was alcohol related and one run wasa
when the vehicle structure; five years probationwith
southbound lane. The driver over-, ShopliftingMichelle special detail. One person was special conditions.
corrected causing the vehicle to spincounterclockwise dead when the unit arrived. Two Keith Howard Redding guilty
into the ditch Johnson, 19, and Mary calls were to fights. escape; placed on two years community -
where it rolled over two times;' ac- Lenette Kendry both of Starke were Fourteen calls were cancelled and control followed by three
arrested 'Nov. 8 and charged with six were false alarms. with
cording to Trooper Chris J. Barry. years probation special condi-
Thompson was cited, for careless retail theft, according to Patrolman tions.
driving. The Saab was listed as a Kathy Mercer QR-10 ReportThe VOP Hearings
total loss in the 9:20 accident.: The couple is charged with stealing -
: p.m. ; from TG&Y which they quick response-10 unit Larry Lewis pled guilty violationof
a purse
had stuffed various items inside responded to two structure fires dur- probation (VOP), aggravated
Starke Police before leaving the store. They were ing the month of Oct., according to assault; sentenced to Bradford
Chapman. County Jail 36S days and continue on
Enforcing ParkingOfficers apprehended on Edwards Road. modified probation.
Bond set at $500, they were
of the Starke' Police Cheryl D. Willingham pled guilty
Department are enforcing parkingin released on their own recognizance. Change Of PleasIn VOP, forgery; sentenced to 90 days

fire lanes and handicap areas,according Circuit CourtThe BCJ, remain under probation condi-
to Chief Jimmy Bowen Rescue Reports tion now in effect under community
Violators parking in the fire lane following defendants appeared control for rest of probation.
in front of the new Winn Dixie Store ,Most Runs Ever' on the Bradford County Circuit Raymond Tyson pled guilty VOP,
and/or handicap parking spaces will October was the busiest month Court Docket Nov. 9 for changeof grand theft; probation revoked,
be ticketed, said Bowen ever for Bradford County Rescue, plea, the cases received final sentenced to Department' of Correc-.
The is reminded to leave disposition. tions 24 months.
public who responded to 144 calls accor- ,. .
the fire lane open and not to use ding to Director of Emergency Ser. Jim Roy Simmons pled no contest -
designated parking spaces unless vices Cliff Chapman. improper exhibition of a firearm;
your vehicle is equipped with proper 94 runs required the transportingof fined $250.Inmate. E-Z WHEELS i
decals and identification. > 100 patients and 50 calls requiredno Ellis Platt pled no contest
FliP Troopers transporting. escape; sentenced to the Depart- 1320 N. TEMPLE AVE. STARKE

Continue License '.. ,m____-_ __.. _
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Vehicle Inspections i

Bradford CountyThe CLEOPATRA'S Here Pay Here

Florida Highway Patrol will We Finance.

be conducting driver licenses,'and ; Upholstery & AUto trim Shop NEWT 3
during -
vehicle inspection checkpoints dS
80 Cainaro Autl /Air
the week of Nov.13 through Nov. UEW, -
304 E. Call Street
SR-230 SR-18 $595. down E-Z Payments
19 on SR-21, SR-100, ,
SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B, Owned,& Operated by Donna Beinert NEWSIViJEWS
CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231,. '81 Phoenix 4dr., 1 owner.
CR-227, CR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A Nice car! NEWSNE STEWSNEWS
in Bradford County.Recognizing Get ready for the holidays let us re-upholster that $495. Down EZ Payments ,
the danger presentedto Arm Chair $100. and Materials
the public by defective vehicle'equipment 77 LTD, 4dr. garage kept by
will concen- Joan's Fashions is'
Troopers senior citizen. SPECIAL openingin
trate their efforts on vehicles being
operated with defects such as bad FOREMOST. $495. DN. E-Z Payments the Starke Plaza!
brakes, worn tires and defective a 'PRICE-WISE Sale '
80 Mercury Capri 4 apd. nlco car$4CJII.
addition at-
In ,
lighting equipment. .f' .._ PricesGOOd !. DNB Z. Pa monte
tention will be directed to drivers ; + I "Tlte Finest in Ladies
who would violate the driver license rr p 84 Pontiac J-2000. Auto/air
laws of Florida. comb ne to bring you Thru Beautiful beige finish .
The Patrol has found these check- NOV. 'AY; :. 9647651DON'T
LOWER PRICES! J 78 Ownei'-Like new- '- ,
points to be an effective means of enforcing -, .
the equipment and driver Mf&.vn")1:7! < ): P'itm''I: '; (fc( ,
license laws of Florida while insur-:
ing the protection of all motorists. I
Jim OldThompson' Canadian
Union County
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The Florida Highway Patrol will I ;. ," \... '
be conducting driver license and ,
vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- ,: ,1129
ing the week of Nov. 13 through Nov. ... ,
19 on SR-100,SR-121,SR-231,SR-241, -, .' '
SR-238, CR-18, CR-237, CR-229,. ,
CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-' .,
796A in Union County"Bradford ,


In New Offices .... aY M
$1., REBATE Liter $2. REBATE1.75
Florida Highway Patrol has a new .
home in Starke, as of Sept.24 they' :. :GILBEY Christian

,are in the newly renovated,offices at .ClunyScotch ,Vodka
830 Edwards Road., i ?" : Brandy
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Recent Arrests; >< ,;{ ':', St't 6 ? q(1 a

In Bradford CountyThe ''f3" # _______ ,
arrests. made rkjO! > l.Id ',
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was arrested Nov. 7 for disorderly, : !' ______
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intoxication, according -to ; _
Patrolman K; R. Hinds,Jr. Police' 'life. ,, lifer 750 t a I
were called a disturbance at Cedar _ .wat 11hi r __ -
River where they found Casselmanvery LOUNGE
intoxicated, he attempted to Starke T) mile North of starke on US 301] a 1
run from authorities and was almosthit OP N'7 DAYS A WEEK.PATRICKS ::1.a:
by traffic on US-301. Earlier ; _
Casselman had been removed from PUB & 'PACKAGE ,*

Law's Tavern, according to the Keystone. Hgts Open 7 Days a Week- 473-9718
report. He was released after a 100 Yds North of Sr 100 on HWY 21 NorthINTRODUCTORY
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SIGNS I Lighted blackboard special CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted 205 N, Temple, Stork
$1491 Lighted window sign $119. r ,
to the Bradford County
A-frame sidewalk $149. OCALA NATIONAL FOREST and
COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS for sign Programmable High
Telegraph office: In and paid In
lease. 1000 iq. ft. tt 1250 sq.ft. Hwy. LED sign $3991. Flashing arrow advance unless credit writing Is dry wooded lots. Mobil. home, cabin: Cecelia Terwineqar
301 South 964.8848, 473.3621.10/15 TF sign $299. See locally, 1800423.0163 established with this office.: already camping: O.K. Hunting and fishing.
anytime. lean: 87.449 $5,450 w/$150 dn.. $63.71 monthly.
BUILDING and/or restaurant
equipment for leaie. Will sell equipment RED SUGAR CANE port or all, ((904)) 236-4579 days ((904)) 622.2438 ',
leperalely Across from Santa Fe reasonable 9644307. Itchg: 11/12 eves. 2/12 tfn ULTIMATE EXECUTIVE LIVING Stucco: B block beauty with 3400 ..f., 6
Community College Best restaurant TORO RIDING LAWN TRACTOR 11.32 THE TELEPHONE. SOUTHEAST ALABAMA 60 acres: 15 yrs. old on 2Vi acres In Lawtey area Spacious.: ..ElegantPrestigel!

location: In town. 9647188. 8/6 tfnchg: hp grass catch.r: large utility cart: Classified deadline Is TUESDAY pastureland balance: timbered. SprIng OWNER FINANCING 310 Church St., $20,000.
FOR LEASE: 1,000 ft., 301 South- next almost n.w. Excellent: condition.: older woodframe house, public
sq. NOON prior to Thursday publication. GREAT LOCATION: Good frontage Hwy 100W and Hwy 225 40 plus acres:
Unlt.d $1150 Call Chris, 4751996. 11/53tchg: water, view $29.500, $4,300 down.
to Realty 964-8848 964-8447
Classified deadline
11/19 display TUESDAY $347.13 10 EXCELLENT NEIGHBORHOOD Palm St., 3/2 brick: new roof carport
or eves, 4733627. 4/16 tfnchg: 5:00: P.M. Special Classified dl.playplac.m.nt monthly years. new Carrier heat large screened porch utility shed extra lot.
OFFICI SPACE FOR RENTt Ideal for small SEVERAL ITEMS: Sears gas wall furnace, STROTHER. United National. P.O. Box pump
Is NOT Guaranteed.
business, utilities furnished. Convenient complete, excellent condition, $125. 755 Troy. Ala. 36081. 205-566-1870 Keystone
to courthouse.: 880 N. T.mpl. Motor guide troll motor foot control: Minimum charge: for classified ads Is :205735.2442 eves, fcan 87-456 Spanish style home, 3450 ..1., 10 acres, sprinkler system 4 BR, 2'/i ba, for
Ave.. 9647357. 11/54tchg 1126LOSTFOUND : high speed good low speed needs each 15 words word for thereafter$3.50, then, 15 cents for mal IR, fully equipped kitchen: Ig. FR brick fireplace: patio, pool ceiling:
: repair, $35. 4732063. Itpd 11/12 : PROPERTY fans, 2 car: garage, new roof zoned Agrl., 2 ossum.. mtgs., $135.0001
TANDY 1000 EX Computer System: Call WATERFRONT CONSOLIDATED HOME ft OFFICE OR APT Cozy, comfortable: 2 BR, 2 Ba
for more Information 9645181. Itpd PERSONALS brick: 2424 sq. ft. on 5 acres Intercom: central vac:, CHSA ceiling: fans, at-
11/12 SAMPSON LAKE ESTATES Lake front tic: Ian fully equipped kitchen, enclosed porches, Buck: stove, 436 ft.
LOST DARK BROWN WALLET In Starke EXERCISE BICYCLE Sears deluxe and lake access: lots available from garage, 616 sq. ft, separate office: or apt. Lawtey area.
; area Reward If found ID I. EVA ergometer weighted flywheel ATONE" Call BRINGING PEOPLE $9000. Zoned Res/mobile home. 3 'V, DEERWOOD S/D: brick 3/3 pool $135,000
CARTER CRAWFORD 9648795. Itpd odometer, celories-burned chart like TOGETHER I Starke's most respected miles west of Starke on beautiful MIMOSA DRIVE: brick 3/3, custom built $ 90.000
11/12 new Orlg.' $249, now $175. 7123660. doting service since: 1977. All ages 'Including Sampson Lake ((2000 + acres: ) Excellent POLK ST.: Singlewide, CH. AC unit $ 14,000
Him| I senior citizens : fishing skiing and boating. MENG DAIRY ROAD: 4/2.2 story 12 acres: 85.000
:: REAL ESTATE TAKE OVER FIVE ACRES: No down $49 18006484401. tin 904.964.7755 SAMPSON LAKE: 3/2. 1985 DW flr.plac..hlgh lot $ 50,000
month. Beautiful rural area nearby eve-533.2038 Owner/broker 8/13 tfnchg EDWARDS LOOP: 3 BR. 2 Ba, 1 acre: let's go country: $ 62.000
FOR SALE hunting, fishing. Owner .
: BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES ORANGE AND PRATT: 2/1 frame, handyman's dream $ 25,000
813-433-5498. Itpd 11/12
ENGLISH BULLDOG PUPPIES 6 wks. old. LAND FOR SALE BROOKER: 3/2 brick and frame, Shady Oaks S/D, extra lot $ 44.000
KINGSLEY LAKE AREA Immaculate: 3 BR, 3 males, 1 female, wormed and MENG DAIRY RD. 2.25 acres: 3/1 CB CH/A so near $ 40,000
:2 Ba mobil. home on ocr. of live oaks. already weaned. 9645630. 11/12 CROSBY LAKE CANAL: 2 BR. 1 Bo, CH/A, frame $ 41,000
Itpd In
13 ACRES: ((4Vi acres cleared rest
Many extras. Call for details. Ralph OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL or shoe good timber): 2 BR mobile home usedas .....COMMERCIAL....
: Bryan, 9646208. 10/29: TF ALICIA HAY In rolls, horse quality. All store, choose: from: Jean/sportswear,
a rental at entrance: of property ZONED COMMERCIAL 145'xl65', located: in the enterprise zone, close to
under barn Order for winter and
hay ladles apparel men's, children/mater
Several moneymaking pecan: trees Great
hospital. $25,000.
leave under barn until need It.
my you nity large sizes, petite,
around mobile home. $28,000 You .
THOMPSON 11,362s.f. brick ENTERPRISE ZONE Benefit
: $80,000
7 miles North of Starke on 16 dancewear/aeroblc, bridal
VACATION RESORTS OR Hwy : lingerie or
toward prison. Barn on West side, of accessories: storji. Add color: analysis.' Finance Call for appt.964-6305 days or 301 N: 1.5 acres: MH hook-up 2 bldgs, 240' on 301, great value $ 37,000
RENTALS 964-6493 after 6 p.m. TFo| 301 N: by Econo: Lodg.165.01' on 301 $120,000
rood by split level home under pecan Brands: Liz Claiborne, Gasoline, LOT IN CITY: $6.000. Call 964.5764; alter
grove Delivery available. Arthur Healtex L.vl.) Lee, Camp Beverly Hills 5, call 964-5251. 3/07 tfn 301 N: approximately 150' x approx. 220' $125,000
: COTTAGES. Fully furnished. Dally Gasklns, 7823727. 10/22 TF St Michele Chaus, Outback: Red 44 ACRES with 2 BR house or will divide 301 N: Dairy Queen Building, lease option? $ 93,000
weekly monthly rates. Also mobile WHOLESALE TRAMPOLINES LOWEST Genesis, Forenza Organically: Grown Into 10 acre: or more tracts. 964-7771 or 301 S.: 193'301 frontage $ 85,000
home pork spaces for rent and homes PRICE EVER) I One month only, 14 ft. Over 2000 others. Or $13.99 one price: 964.4537.5/14 TFchg: 301 and Washington Street, 262.5 x 105' $ 91,500
for sale MT. VIEW RESORT U.S. 64E galvanized $259.95. Christmas designer, multi tier pricing: discount: or MOBILE HOME LOTS one acre and up. 301 S:: 135 ft. on 301. approx. 2 acres $150,000
Highlands Rd.. Franklin N.C. ((704)) holds 'til Christmas. Coll shoe Retails .
Layaway. $25 family store. prices: Several 'locations. Some with hookups .....ACREAGE....
524.4605.6/11 tfnchg Jox 17783227. 12/17 unbelievable for shoes normally
now. 10/229tpd quality
all with EZ terms. Ralph Bryan RD. 100 EAST: 1,37 acres, wooded and plotted $ 7,000
SLEEPER SOFA with table and from 250
matching priced: $19 to $80. Over
FOR SALE chair: $500; baby bed with mattress, brands, 2600 styles, $14,800 to $26,900: Realty, 964.6208.9/24 TF 105th AVE..,LAWTEY: 2 Vi acres cleared: $ 8,000
$125. Call 964.4602 after 5 p.m. 11/5 Inventory training fixtures, grand HAMPTON 438 acres. This property has everything $438.000
2tchg 11/12 opening airfare, etc. Can open 15 LAWTEY: 5 acres, 105th Ave. good Investment $ 13.000RD
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low as SEVERAL ITEMS: 14" Craftsman chainsaw days. Mr. Loughlin ((612)) 8886555. Itpd 100 E:12: acres: plus fish pond, wide open spaces: $ 26,000
$14.99 per month. Coll 964.6946. tfn $125 OBO; shotgun 12 go. Remington 11/12 FLUME RD.' 9 acres joins Country Club. Condos? Time Share? $ 49,000
NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. Semi-Auto syn. stock $250 OBO or FREE ADVICE on starting buying. SR 16 WEST: approx. 7 acres: 13,000
Measures 24x36". 25 cents: each. Great will consider partial trade for single managing a small business is availableIn OKLAWAHA RIVER: 3 beautiful acres, river frontage $ 15,000
for patching and repairs TELEGRAPH, shot Colt .45 model 1911 nkl taccess Stark. on Nov. 20 from the UNF STROUTREALTYIncorporated LAURA CHURCH RD.. 40 acres: 1970 MH 2 barns
135 W. Call St. 9646305. needs frt. st. $350 OBO. Movie camera: Small Business Development Center. : 'JL1c 3 wells, farrowing pen $ 75,000
ALICIA HAY: new hay $25. Delivery ft pro)., super 8mm pro). also shows For appts. call the Bradford County :. Real Estate Broker PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.: 20.16 acres, 3 wells,
available All hay In barn. 7 miles West 8mm. $75 OBO. Will consider: Economic: Development ,
reg. Corp .31 N.Temple Ave.U.S.301)Starke ( ) septic: tanks, poles, owner finance: $ 50,000Or
of Stark. on Rd. 16 Jimmy Gatkint. trade on any Item listed. 964.6604 after 9647375. Itpd 11/12 132091 will split each 27.000
9648356. 8/27 TFchg 5 p.m. weekends anytime. Itchg: 11/12 BROWNLEE RD.- 36.43 acres: ,owner finance: great location: 82,332
GAS STOVE 36 inch. $75. Phone 1979 MERCURY COUGAR RX7. full
964-8931 473-3096 BAYLESS HWY: 50 acres: frame home ft egg farm
964.5684.9/24 TF power, cruise: $800; Smith Corona BOATS ,
Owner finance what need $250,000
LIMEROCK. Fill SAND hauled and electric: portable typewriter and cote, ?396: 20 ac:. to develop inside city "eggs-actly" you
spread. 782-3172 Allen Taylor. $SO. 9646375. Itpd 11/12 limits. 2 BR furnished home Included .....LOTS....
Lawtey. 9/24 TF CANER, HEART DISEASE OR FISHING BOAT with swivel seats, 12 ft. Zoned mobile home park. Crosby Lake Lot 100 ft. $ 19,800
ALICIA HAY Fresh cut, $25 a roll. All 10 hp motor and trailer. $500. house ((4tf: good Income Club lots each
OSTEOPOROSIS Send $3 with name 1455: 2-story opt Country Estates: 2 on.acre: $ 7,500 ft $ S.5OOKlng.ley
hay under barn, 7 miles from Starke on and address for new literature on 964.5061.Itpd 11/12 : Epperson St. Lake Village: 2 lots $ 4,500
Hwy. 16 toward prison. 964-6167 or drug-free treatment and prevention. It BORUM JET BOAT 18 ft., 460 c.l. Ford 423: Mobile on 11 ac.: pecan: grove, :2 Imi. Crosby Lake Lot 2: Make Offer $ 17.000
7823727. 64tfnFIREWOOD could: save your life) J.C. Enterprises, engine with chrome: "goodies". driveon to town. Washington 8 Cherry St.: 2 lots S 8,000
; $45 for long wheelbasetruck P.O. Box 486. Lawtey Fl. 32058. Itchg: blue/metalflake.trailer. Extra sharp.REDUCED Lt. Mil: Southern Estate home 5 ac. Winding Tree Lake Lot 246 Florida Frontier $ 15,000
lo d'wilh free fat lighter. 11/12 -.. --< -;-
... TO $4,200--Make offer! 782-366O. TFm| Lawtey REDUCEDI After
rmMwwg6i9BYr 'Q9..fo. "4 AlttTERRAIN RADIAL TIRES fess than
\ 1439: Commercial bldgs. ft 10 city: lots.
WOOD HEATER with chimney can: b. used 100 miles. Paid $417 first $300. business! Anne Terwlllegar Nelson 473-7541
In mobile home or house $250. 9645664. Itpd 11,2 going John Longford Master Appraiser 496.2291
9644238. 10/29 TF USED WHIRLPOOL GAS DRYER Good Randy Cory 475-2597

STEEL BUILDINGS: rTtCTORV DIRECT condition.: $65. 9646019. Itpd 11/12 .
SPECIALS: 30x40x10 liP90; 40x75x14 FURNITURE ITEMS: Whit. French Proven
$8,950; 50x100x15 l $14,200; 20x175xl&/ clal full-size canopy: bed $75; matching:
$48,500 (roof only). Other sizes dresser with big mirror $80; I Accelerated.ReaIt'yfnc. :
available. American: Slates Building solid oak twin bed with mattress, $80;
Systems Call 2143423668. fcan: old desk $25; 9645907. Itchg: 11/12 .

87452. : I Luxurious Contemporary Custom Homes .-FuIIy'"uJ.BILII&-h.ooDlpu..n.' ..... ..
CHRISTMAS SUNBEDS. SUNALWOLFFSUNBEDS 964-4544 Unique in design and price! Ttwrmo pan windows
: For family or butlnets. :
'. SlenderQuest Toning Tables. Super Walnut St. Kit Form Erected Shell E.uHord.ck.C.tlwJnU.Uingt
1520 or
FREE color s. :
\ Moneymaker Call for : '"twtard.nlgnflsMbilily
catalogue: ft fcan Christmas 87448. Specials. [@] (Hwy. 301 S.) LI::!J F For FREE presentation call: .FHA.VAAccoplo4

18002286292. Starke. FL REALTOR John E. Curies e United Realty of Starke e office: 964-8447 home: 473-3627

Wayne E. Douglas. MSA

Designated Appraiser

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CH/A. Rcfri & Dishwasher Nice Lot in City.


Block Great Room w/Fircplace, CH/A Swimming Pool, 41 FL

Acres Fenced & Cross Fenced. Cypress Bam Well & Septic. '

BIKINI LIVING 3BR/3BA Brick. CH/A. Living & Dining .

Rooms, Family Room w/Fireplace, Swimming Pool, Well &

Septic 4 Lots. '

Susan M. Faulkner, GRI. CRB PRESIDENT Split Floor Plan Fireplace, Large Kitchen w/Snackbar, Utility

I Room, Enclosed Garage, 1 Acre, N. on Hwy 301.
J' 'F/l.9l !F.9tV.LR.Pl..LPY; 19{ ROOM FOR A GARDEN 2BR/2BA Block, Extra Large

Great Room, Family Room Ch/A, Enclosed Garage 3 Acres. ,Appratsal* for_. Residence '* 'Farmc i" 'ComniereJi>J '* (Builn j ;
Located Hwy. 301.2 Blks S. SR.100, 221 W. Lafayette Street
OWNER FINANCING 4BR/2BA Frame, CH/A. New Carpet,
*OFF HWY. 101 between Storke and Lowtey 5 yr. old, large cedar: home with has 1BR/1BA Apartment w/Scparato Entrance 5 Acres. .SPECIAL

many extras on 8 plus acres: 6.92 ACRES IN THE COUNTRY 3BR/1BA Frame and REDUCED AGAIN!II I ON HAMPTON LAKE 3 BR. 2 Ba, with gorgeous view of the
LAND OFF BESSENT ROAD Nice building site. entire lake. Boathouse ft dock with many other amenities. JUST REDUCED TO
LOTS AVAILABLE IN ADULT COMMUNITY with water, sewer, light pole for 3BR/2BA Double Wide w/Patios and Carport, Well & Septic. $115,000 $110,000 NOW $99,500
mobile home'or' camper. Close to Starke. LIKE NEW NORWEIGIAN BRICK 3BR/2BA. Dining-
COUNTRY LIVING In 'large cedar and brick home about 5 miles from Starke. Kitchen Combo CH/A, Range & Refri, Carpet, 1200 S/F, Well HOMES IN COUNTRY -- -

Over 35 acres, some planted pines. & Septic, 1.5 Acres.
OLDER HOME In Raiford on beautiful lot. EXTRA CLEANI I Doublewide 3/1\110\ satellite dish 3 acres: 32000.
DOUBLEWIDE ON ONE ACRE Terms available 3.9 ACRES 2BR/1BA Frame. CH/A, Stove Refri & NEAT AS A PIN I New roof, new bathroom, nice: 'lot cloie to Starke. Only
THREE BEDROOM, IVi bath close to Wlnn Dixie Marketplace: Dishwasher, Ceiling Fan. Large Screened Porch, 22x30 Barn. 26000.
e76 ACRES West of Stark. Frontage on Hwy. 100 CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES 3BR/2BA Block, 1.416SF. ONI Of THE FINEST 3/2 doublewldes on 3 acres, paved road. $49,000.
DUPLEX IN STARKE priced: In the 540.. Great location. Fully occupied.: CH/A. Drapes & Carpet Large Lot. JUST REDUCED Two mobile homes on 2.9 acres, good investment $18.000.
'1J LOTS, approximately acre: each, 2 have septic tanks OWNER SAYS GET OfFER for doublewlde, 10 acres: of good land. 47000.
REDUCED!!! 3BR/2BA Block. Spacious Living Room.
VERSATILE PROPERTY B-2 zoning on Call St. 3 BR, 2 both. JUST MOBILE HOME ft 19 PLUS ACRES Private, but only 10 minutes from Stark.
BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SITE: nice: oaks, already has septic tank fish pond, I \A Family Room CH/A. Range, Refri & Dishwasher well & MOBILE HOME WITH ADDITIONS! South of Starke. owner financing.

acres overlooking Hampton loke. Septic Front Yard Fenced, 1 Acre. 'A SPECIAL BUY 2 BR, 1 both, CHftA on molar highway. 26500.
.$J ACRES on Hwy. 100 W., approximatelyCUSTOM 1300ft. frontage. doublegarage BUY AND COMPLETE Two Story Cedar SBR/3Ba. Living CRYSTAL LAKE AREA over 2000 s.f. in this bettrer-lhan-new brick: home.

DOUBLEWIDB Immaculate: kitchen: equipped workshop & Dining Rooms, recreation Room, Utility Room. Large Front $110,000.LAWTEY.
fruit trees. 1 : AREA 3/2 CB approx. 1500 s.f., on 1 acre: $53,000.
BUY NOW OR LEASE PURCHASE, 3 acres: 3 BR, 2 Ba. nice: quiet area pecan ft &: Back Porches, 7.6 Acres.


THIS fOR $2,000l BR 1 both on lot In town; kitchen: equipped.work.hop.REDUCED 13 ACRES High & Dry Can buy w/Mobile Home. Well & -11 ACRES on SR 16 ft Morgan Rd. Seller motivated.
GRAHAMs block: ft brick 3 BR, 2 bo on one acre, chain link fence: TWO LOTS-CRYSTAL LAKI HOMESITISt $8,800 for both.
to $35.000. Septic. KINGSLEY LAKI VILLAGE 2 lots reduced to 5000.
eSDO' ON HWY. 301 S: 2 acr..ho.: 24x60 bldg. plus 2 MH'.. Priced: to sell. Owner 10 ACRES Pecan Grove, Bam Well & Septic, Fenced. ONI LOT ON BROOKLYN LAKE COVE: Beautiful beach. $30.000.

will consider' terms. 10 ACRES 13th Street NE Pecan Grove IAKI LOTS on Sampson Lake.

-- -- 10 ACRES South Clay County. Residential/Agricultural SAMPSON CITY AREA Deer hunting Is good on this 13 acres 32000. Owner

Commercial ft Residential Rentals Available! 3 ACRES Good Commercial Location. financing.
COUNTRY CLUB building lots from 6500. Some with owner financing:
2.16 & 4.55 ACRES 2 Parcels, Zoned for Mobile Homes.

5 B Call one of our Professionally trained 2 CITY LOTS Northeast Section. LAKE HOMES

staff today at: LAKE GENEVA Large Lot 100 ft on the Water! BRICK HOMI on shady 'lot with sandy beach. Below appraised value
LAKE LOTS Crosby & Sampson. Owner Financing. IXCITING CONTEMPORARY HOMI on very private lake, minutes from Starke. .
BEAUTIFUL LAKI HOMI, built by Warren Stevenson Construction: Co. Private
9645069or LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast section of City.

IIWY 301 SOUTH Large Lot Good Business Location. TWO showing.STORY 3 BVR 2 Ba, CH&A, dock and boathouse. 110000.
hours call: :210 ft. ON HWY 301 3 Acres Near Earlton Beach.

COMM BLDG Approx 15.000 SIP Floor Space. RENTALS

REALTOR ASSOCIATES POR RENT older large home with CHftA walk to everything
Lucille Spry ---- ---

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and up. Call Susan F, Faulkner Broker. but has stove and refrigerator to the lake Region Monitor office mounted on 4'XB') table Individual wall carpet. Five yrs. old. Large
Owner at 964-5069 or 96 your own mobile horn. S.v.rol to OFFICI ON 301 Contact Ron Denmarkat 11/12 to carpal. Itpd unless' credit is already establishedwith sidetrack switches, extra engine, cars glassed porch. 473-2971. By .owner.
choose from. Call .68.t323 lor Informa
tion. 10/8TF 964-5516. 6/25 tfn TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOMI on Gritfls this office track parts list, layout booklet. $25 2tpd 11/12.11/19 .
cash Phone 475-2507. Itpd
NEW ft USED MOBIII HOMES. Call RoyW.II. Loop. No pets, 1 child deposit
Call 964-5377 after 5:30: p.m. 10/1 TF 9648816. llpd 11/12 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN FREE BORDERGRASS YOU DIG473.3896.Itpd LOST AND FOUND'
at A&W Mobil. Homes, 964-6407
964.6408.8/14 Ifnrw MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 1 bath AC. 1 acr. FOUR ROOM HOUSE small but clean, 11/12

24 or X 40 DOUBLEWIDE all >et In Olin's $185 month $150 security Responsible, stove, refrigerator AC. 9647895. Itpd THE TELEPHONE. FOR SALE dining table with six chairs, FOUND found near Keystone United
up Classified/ deadline Is 11:00
Subdivision. Ready to move Into. adult. only 96 13800. available. Call ADULT PARK Clean 2 BR mobile home, THREE BEDROOM 2 both doublewlde, Thursday publication. night stand, lazy boy recliner(light col. lab/shepherd mix. If you've lost. or
Financing 'VI mile from city. Nice neighborhood. Minimum charge Is 15 word.for$3.50.then furniture, A mist
964.5606.6/11 tfnchg excellent condition excellent location. or), gold chair porch would like to adopt call 4733848. Itpd
15 cents for each word thereafter
448-1323. 10/8TF
2 DOUBLEWIDE REPO'S Financing $300 plus deposit. 9604.76100ft.r S p.m. 473-4788. Itchg 11/12 11/12
available. Call 1.272.0625 collect. tfn NEWLY DECORATED everything furnish- Itpd 11/12 FOR SALE off white gold trim dresser
ed. Laundry facilities Included. Video desk X white chest of drawers
low down Call 1-272-0650 room available. Will accept on. child throughout, In country $200 per HOMES FOR RENTIBR white end table RCA color consoleT.V.
collect. tfn payment. no pets. Palm. Apts., 2313 N. Temple month. No house pets. Call 964-8602. ., used toys, stuffed animals.4737030.1tpd .
Ave., Stork. 32091. 10/29 TF 11/12 LAKE wonderful lot at a great
COTTAGE with lake ,
GLOBAL HOMES, located 4 miles Northof
THREE BEDROOMi 2 Ba, CB home on 5ocr. price. Beautiful treed lot.Moving. must
OFFICE BUILDING S wall wallcorp.t HSAC. screened porch furnished
Middleburg on Standing Blvd. rooms or un TORO RIDING LAWN TRACTOR 11.32
... sell. $13.000. 473-4836 3727601.
Can have Located
a too. on
Lighted models open tit 8 p.m. for your central olr. Perfect for Doctor furnished. S240/mo. One block from hp, grass catcher large utility cart, 11/12
Montloca Road betweenStarke Itpd
shopping convenience. Call Bill, halfway or Att ,n.v's office. For more Info, call library. 4737417. tfnchg almost new excellent condition.
272.0625.11/5 2tchg 11/12 A Gainesville, 964-7138 Jewel or John 964-6305. TFjmm PRICED REDUCED on this brand new $1150. Call Chris, 475-1996. 11/S 3tchg
964-4402 9644169. 10/29
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT 1120 sq. ft. 4tchg 11/19 CO'S CHECK US OUT! Clean rental completely carpeted 2BR home 11/19
manufactured home 3 BR, 2 bath setup MOBIII HOMI IN WALDO $200 per homes tailored to your pay schedule.Private Beautiful kitchen and bath, with Italian
month. 1st and last. No pets, 4681509. 197S OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME station
Tile. Laundry facilities available.
on shady lot $251 per month. Olin. park, laundry and playground.
Home Center 9645606. 11/12 4tchg 11/S 2tpd 11/12 PINES SR121, |lust south of SRI 00 In Located on Lake Geneva. 473-2919. wagon 3 seater 8 passenger AC PB Classified Ads
12/3 TWO BEDROOM 1 bath mobile home on Lake Butler Call 496-2366. tfn/chg. 6tchg 11/5.12/10 PS, Auto runs and looks good. $950. Get Resuits.e
Grlffls Loop Rd. 100A. Partially furnished 4737493. 11/5 11/12
THREE BEDROOM. 2 bath on 1'/' ocr., 1 NM LARGE 2BR iVr 1 bath Florida room. Immaculate 2tchg
Includes washing machine, On Lake Geneva Stove and
Rd. 16 East, 4 mile out of city. $1,000
equity and take over payments. $150 month plus $log security deposit.Call YARD SALES refrigerator furnished. Laundry MOBILE HOME LOT for sale In Clay Coun
964-6305 from 8.5 p.m. or 964-6493 964-6303 from 8.5 p.m., and facilities. 4732919. 6tchg 11/5.12/10 ty, $2,000. Owner will finance
after 11/12TF 964-6493 after 7 p.m. 11/5 TF FOR RENT 2BR 2BA home In town. 4732566. 10/22 3tchg 11/5 MOONLIGHT
6p.m. TWO BEDROOM LARGE HOMI In city. FOUR FAMILIES Saturday, 9 til. Two Fenced yard. $400 month. 1 yr. lease
$325 month. 9647826. 11/5 3tpd 11/19 block North of Bakery on 4732702. 4tchg 11/12.12/3
CARS. TRUCKS VANSOLDS FURNISHED APARTMENT! thr'room.and Westmoreland. 10/29 TF
bath. Part of utilities furnished. YARD SALES 932 Euclid Street from 9 un TWO BEDROOM HOME on Lake GenevaIn

Adults only, no pets. 964-3970. 11/5 til. Nov. 1415. Itpd 11/12 Keystone AC, screen porch, no
CUTLASS SUPREME station wagon 4tchg n/26 FRI, SAT SUN 9 till US 16 on State Pro pets. $395. 17866044.' 10/15 4tchg YARD SALES
1975, 3 seater, 8 passenger, AC, PS. LAWTEY APARTMENTS LTD Nowacc.p- perry Follow signs Itpd 11/12 11/5 .e ..r.Neery. .

PB, Auto, run. and look. good. $950. ting application. for 1. 2 and 3 BR SAT.. NOV. 14, 9-2 p.m. Dining ryom PERRY'S YARD SALE 10.5 on 11/14 3 Iter.yeras .

4737493. 11/5 .2tchg 11/12 apartments. Featuring CHSA all electric set, block a white TV, bar stool, LOT FOR RENT ml. south Melrose on CR 21. Newusedand
1971 FORD 4x4t stepalde, air PS. ehdnMy.wept
clothes, misc. Club Estates NE
kitchen carpet and drop. Rent Country handmade, some nice for gifts. cutedge
964-8351 11/5 11/12 '
4pm. 2tchg starts at $195. Please call 782-3531 or 14th St.. follow signs. Itchg 11/12 Also photos by Dourer. Rain date ,
come by In the evening hours. Equal Friday 1121. Itchg 11/12
motor, V6. brand new tires, town fenced privacy. 4732658. Itpd Llcen..dChimney
and Saturday-" N.E. 10th off 16
Housing Opportunity. 11/12 3tchg p.m. MOVING SALE some furniture andml.c.
runs good AC, PS. PB AT. body In 11/12
East. Itpd 11/12
11/26 on Satsuma. Nov. 13 A 14, Frl. A
good shape. $1700. 481-2439. Itchg THREE BEDROOM doublewlde, CHSA In FOUR FAMILIES SALE Saturday Nov. 14, Sat Itchg 11/12 Sweep

11 12RENAULT the country. 964-6664 after S p.m. or 9-5 p.m. Go 100 West to 3rd St. Itpd YARD SALE Sat. Nov. 14. 9 a.m. Metal Cell for
LE CAR 1982 only 42.000
weekends. Itpd 11/12 11/12 PERSONAL SERVICES detector dishes, some antiques FREI!
mil.... Good condition. $1200.
Only TWO BEDROOM unfurnished home on SATURDAY ,-3 p.m.l Three families mist Club House Drive, Keystone Club Estimate
964.7927.ltpd 11/12 Lake Geneva. Keystone Ht., AC clothing for all ages, misc. Items. Corner Estates. Itpd 11/12
PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile Tim Norman
screen porch fireplace, no pets. $395 of Badcocks. Itpd 11/12 2 FAMILY YARD SALE Sat., Nov. 14, 8 '
HOMES 1-786-6O44. 11/12 ..tchgI2/3 FOUR FAMILIES) spreads, drapes, toys, homes, pools, decks sidewalks. Free a.m.-4 p.m. 445 SE Lakevlew Dr., turn 496-3 65 aft. 5
FOR SALE BIG CB HOME on 2.4 acres In the coun children clothing/ lots of misc. Two estimates. Call Rob 473-3590. 3/5 at Keystone Beach. Itchg 11/12 Bob Montford

-- try. 473-2157 or 4681168. 11/12 4tpd miles West of lawtey on 223 yellow tfnchg 2 FAMILY YARD SALE household, misc.
LAWN MOWING 964.5044 aft 5
12/3 brick house. Itchg 11/12 Trimming edging. A house plants. In Melrose, south of
2 BR 1 BA with 2-ear garag. Perfect for TWO BEDROOMS 1'/ bath stove, GARAGE SALE Frl A Sal.. 10.5 p.m. InLowtey Call The Lawn Barber 4733590. Free Keystone State Bank & south of Suwan-

retired couple. Easy walking distanceto refrigerator, convenient to shopping. 225 West 2 story house at cau Estimates. 3/5 tfnchg. nee Swlfty follow signs. 4752392.
new shopping center. 29999. Call tion light. Many household Items, CARPET CLEANING C & B Carpet &
$250 let, last and $100 security No Itchg 1112MOBILE '87 Cavalier C-L $996O.
tfn Upholstery, truck mounted, deep
96..5606.30 pets. 468-1309. 11/12 2tpd 11/19 mens, womens and childrens clothing
HAMPTON OAKS: 3 BR 2 bath home on TWO BEDROOM HOUSEi newly remodeled and lot. more. Itchg 11/12 steam extraction. 473-7770. Free Payments $225. mo
1 acre lot. Owner will finance. Asking CHSA new window. In kitchen, SATURDAY NOV. 21i next to Pizza Hut. estimates. 11/5-12/31 '87 Cavalier CS $8550.
$39,000. Coll Trevor Waters, .73..<103. new and Furniture, dishes, bedspreads, clothes, HEALTH CARE t HOME CARE take care
Century 21 Showcase Properties, Inc., Shaded carpet corner lot. beautiful vinyl throughout.trees and toys, more. 11/12 2tpd 11/19 of elderly. Will live-in If desired. 1979 12X60 MOBILE HOME on '/. acre Payments $195. mo

Broker Keystone Height. 101:22.tchg: plants. Fenced backyard carport outside FIVE FAMILIES toys, furniture, all sizes 4734708. Itchg 11/12 wooded lot. $15.000 cash or $17.500 '87 Cavalier CS $7350.
11/12 neighborhood clothing sewing machine, much more. STOP! Don't throw your appliances owner financing no down payment
8'/.% ASSUMABLE 3 BR, 2 ba, brick dorogequiet located. $350 month conveniently plus- Saturday, 8 til. Lawtey Rd. 225 East away. Call Chapman and Sons. We'll 473.2730.2tchg 11/12.11/19 Payments $167. mo

veneer home with fireplace and deposit. 1 yr. lease. 9648073. 631 W. one block off US 301. Itpd 11/12 be on our way. We service Bradfordand '86 Cavalier CS $6995.

garage on 5 acres. Beautiful home. Francis St. 10/29 3tchg 11/12 FRI A SAT., Nov. 13.14: Highland, by 301 Cloy. Call today. .73.3029.lIpd BOATS Payments $159. mo
Reduced to $59,500. United Realty ofStork. between Grlffls Grocery and Church. 11/12
STATI EMPLOYEES: need home close to '
.. 964.8447 or "73.3627.11/12 TF your work? We have clean mobil. Baby kids, and adult clothes and mist HOME IMPROVEMENT repairs additions 1917 20'SUNTRACKER PONTOON BOAT. 87 Chevy Berretta $10.664)
KEYSTONE OAKS 3 BR, 2 ba, CH/A.wallto homes available. 468-1323 10/8 TF items. Itchg 11/12 or complete building. 30 35 hp. mercury engine. Hummingbirddepthfindor. Payments $242. mo
wall carpet, only $ yrs. old large NEW MOBilE HOME 14 ft. wide, central SATURDAY." P.M. 8th Street off Grif- experience serving Bradford and years Cloy AM/FM cassette, used '87 Olds Delta 88 $12.550
workshop garden and lawn sprinkler, heat and air furnished. Must see. fis Loop 100A. Something for everyone. Counties. 4734018. 5/28 tfn four times. Many extras. $6,200 or best
12x21 glassed-in porch. 4732971. Itpd 11/12 Payments $285. mo
\ 4681323. 10/8 TF FLOOR SAGGING? Door Dragging? offer. 473-2803. 2tpd 11/5.11/12
11/l22tchg 11/19 MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT Corns: visit THURS., FRI.. SAT., 9." p.m.: baby crib House out of level?? LaRue levelingservice '87 Olds Clera Brougham
FOUR BEDROOM 2'/i' both sunkenIamllP new carpet much more. 406 S. Thompson
the New Mimosa Mono Check out.
!roomy wdh-Hreplece, woih-k. .,. loolT-at* all -fheImpYBVirrlents.. St:behind Register-Oil. Plant,Htchg .73.7721.9 for all tfnchg'your foundation. repairs Y1I.\I211! TfAu '.,Gl1JI5; .

pantry wall to wall carpet CHSA, 964-7498. 10/8 TF 11/12 COMPLETE HOME REPAIR '87 Olds Cutlass wagon

patio large lot. 100x160 with fenced 12x65 MOBILE HOME. 3 BR, 2 Ba on 1 MOVING-MOVING: sewing machine, pointing, electrical )plumbing.carpentry BANKREPOS Payments $226. mo $998O.
Call 964-5744 for Itchg double bed kitchenware dishes
backyard. appt. acre 9644238. $250/month. 10/29 TF $15; Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor '
11/12 tablecloth., Friday 87 Olds Toronado
ONE BEDROOM HOUSE furnished, chairs patterns toys. RB0049306. Call Mitch, 4733940. 8/20
clean, AC yard malnt., garbage only. Behind Cenlel Phone Company TFchg Payments $339. mo $14.SGO
..J NEWLY CONSTRUCTEDHOME pickup Included. $200 month $100 on Clark St., middle of block, 301 '
87 Olds Clerra $10.488
FOR SALE deposit. 964-7623. Itpd 11/12 Clark St. Itchg 1112ANIMALS

3BR/2BA, CH/A. Fireplace garage. THREE ROOM AND BATHi furnished MISCELLANEOUSPACK 1985 ChadwickMobile Payment((4 $238 mo

paved driveway. Forest Heights apartment. $160 month plus $75 security & PETS '86 Buick Skylark C $8450.
Subdivision. Starke. FL on SR l 16 no pets 9648071. Itpd 11/12 RAT Buy. sell and trade collectible Home
west Will accept reasonable offer FOR SALE Items and antiques. Used furniture, Excellent Condition Payments $192. mo
(912)681-4516 1 glassware (ewelry and much more. CLEAN USED TRUCKS
ENGLISH lULL DOG PUPPIES 4 male, 1 Come see for yourself. One mile east '
86 Silverado
female; wormed. Call 964-5630. Itce of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. 1985 Redmon Pick-Up
FILL DIRT DOZER WORK e DRAIN LINES 11/12 .73.2183.3/5 tfnchg Payments $243. mo $10.488

Doublewide '86 Chevy C-10 Silverado(
Mobile Home PW, PL.V-8,AT,Al r $99OO.
TIM GOETZMAN David Lawson Paint & Body Shop Excellent Condition Payments $230. mo

'87 Chevy G-20 Beauvllle
Box 674
Rt.l Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates
Fl 32058 Larry Goetzman 1984 Brigadier Payments $370. mo $15.9SO

Lawtey, CR 229 NW 28th St. 964.6133 "N Singtewide '85 Chevy S-10 Tahoe

(904) 782-3807 (904) 964-8639 Mobile Home Payments $225. mo $75OO.

'85 C-1O Silverado
Excellent Condition
V 8, AC,AT,PW, P1.. $945O.

HERITAGE VILLAS Financing Qualified AvailableFor Applicant 3 Payments addlUonal$258.trucks mo

700 Bradford Court in Starke '86 Izuzu Space Cab
.2 and 3 BR Apt. Now Available If lnt0r..t.dCall
$145. $62SO.ORIANWELLS .
Available for immediate OccupancyOne 2 BR from $1804274 plus utllltU 3 BR from $200-$302 964-7050. Payments mo

Control hoot/air and appliances furnished .

and Two Bedroom Apartments 1530 West Madison St. or call 964.6312 Ext. 233For Chevy-Olds

NOW RENTING Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Equal Housing Opportunity Appointment To See HWY. 301 N. Starke

.. 9647500GLORIA'S

.Wed t.Wall carpeting'Csntntf heat* etA
pplimees Inducting ..th..rarrlgsratcrConveniently --
pre-_eel fw able TV and tel
.Spedrlydesi., unit*for tMndkupvedCom
; >p.r td laundry.Private pattes FOR SALE MUSIC HOUSE (STUDIO)
Outside storage lampartmsnUSpndous
r.t .....tI Ff Fill Dirt. Top Soil INSTRUCTORS: Richard Kellogg & Gloria Bryant
1: Electric Bass

Rental information available at Small Loads of Limerock CaD
{ Large or
{ 964-8120 Tues-Frl 11-7 Sun & Mon 10-2
!, Rental Office, or call: (904) l
964-6216 Mon-Frl 7-5PM Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer

EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITYEmnrnniiHBfl 964.6182.964.5823.964.6095 Durrance Pump & SupplyU.S.

301 North, 864 N. Temple) Ave., Starke p
gy caevw p v vro rece >r v
.New Homes Wn|
Room Additions painting ( .f';' '

EXPERT ADVICE .CirporU .New Roof SystemsON 964.7061-:

f ALL-OF: .YOUR:: J] .Cut Brick or Pool Enclosure ..-
Work s
D IDING"NIEDS Vinyl Siding


Ef.f j.t fPtWfQJ! 964-6766 FOR RENT by. the, night, week-month, s2i4&h i

Ii! I Cycle Repair e Parts AccessoriesUS
of North Florida I ', ,

Corner Lafayette & Hwy. 301. Starke "' M.rr,"' J 0, ....<<.- ... oxt' 301 N. Starke 964-5805

_.--964-616" St. Lic.# RR0052877 ,

_Sport fairings 'KIWI helmets ,

._ _ ___' $45.50 full face air vents

Elixson Wood Products Inc. 1 1I $59.50
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Cypress Mulch and Pine Bark $2.50Face Carlisle TIRES

T 130-90-16 $59.95Continental Cylinder Boring

I You Pick-up or We Deliver Shields Tires $20.00

;< $2.50 130-90-17 ATV & 4 WheelerOil

I We Also Have I Filters $59.95 & 69.95 repairs

I" I. Red Heart .Cypress Lumber across Walnut from Street post office Stark s i O.a O $1.99 AncrsTleDowns$1S.so I Tune-Ups

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96 Area RetireesOf Armed Forces

Starke Union County. DOC Have ReunionOn MSgt. Stephen JohnsOn

Saturday, Nov. 7, 96 area
retirees and family members of the Duty at LangleyAir

Department of Corrections held Force Stephen L.
their annual luncheon at the Johns son of Master A.Jonas
Officer's Training Building at Union of Lake Butler bas arrived for duty
PERSONAL SERVICES HELP WANTED NOTICE FOR SALE Correctional tuUon, Raiford. with Headquarters Tactical Air .
Mrs. Lizzie Bradley who will Command, Langley Air Force Base.
WANT TO DRINKTHArsYOURSUSINESS GET PAID FOB READING BOOKS) $100 celebrate her 97th birthday in -
p.r lilt.. Writ ACE-AI11. 161 S. Lln- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be tubmltted STORAGE HOUSES Need extra storage December was the oldest person in VirgiDia.
Johns evaluation branch
WANT TO STOP? colnwoy, N. Aurora IL 60542. 10/22 to the Union County Times office space? We have 5x10 and 10x10 mini attendance. Mrs. Oleta Harden- an
SOURS 4tpd 1112HAIRSTYLIST In writing and paid In advance warehouses Hale and Associates supervisor, is a 1971 graduate of
brook of Starke catered the lun
Alcoholics Anonymous NEEDEDt experience and unless credit Is already establishedwith 4963939. tfnchrg-8/27 Bradford High Spool Starker
*e4-415O-'44-2000 following pr.'."....964-6777.10/22 TF this office. ZENITH COLOR CONSOLE TV 45" Pay cheon.
p1 thru 12131 MOONLIGHTING Need extra money? THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT Bl HELD balance of $279.18 or take overpayments
CHAIN LINK FENCE Instolled. Fre* Coll 964-4683 after 4 p.m. Income RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN of $23.12 monthly. Call
..tlmat... Handy-Man F.nc. Co.Ownor Builders. 11/3 2tchg 11/12 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN.OVER 496.2282.10/29 4t/chg. 11/19
HANDYMAN corpontry. painting. .lc- SON to sit with elderly man from 9.5:30 Classified deadline Is TUESDAY 4x4 four wheeler and one coyote
Irlcal complete horn repair. Monday-Friday. Must be able to drive NOON prior to Thursday publication. 4-wheeler. $60. each. Call 496-3307,
R.osoncbjeotee. licensed contractor. to Gainesville for doctors appts. Send Minimum charge IS words for S3.50 after 2 P.M. 11/5 2'pd. 11/12
RBOO493O6 Coll Mitch. 4733940. l/9Hn response with salary requirement. to then 15 cents for each word thereafter T-IOO HAMMOND ORGAN Double
COMPLETE HOME REPAIR: carpentry, Sitter P.O. Drawer A, Stark 32091. keyboard, foot petals, rhythm bar and Ordered Sold y:
painting. electrical plumbing. 10/22 TFR.N.L.P.N.'s many...ra..Excellent condition. $875. SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Reasonable rat... Licensed contractor needed by national company LAND FOR SALE or any reasonable offer. Call 496-2829
RBOO493O6. Mitch.4733940.8/20 TFchg to do blood draw. and BP checks or 4962600. tfn/chg. 11/5
DO YOU NEED TO WORK but con't In Stark area. Starting In December. 1-3-S ACRE LOTS OR LARGER N.w River REFRIGERATOR, WASHER ft STOVE Call 5 AUCTIONS 3 DAYSDATE
because of high cost of child care?I ant Top pay for qualified people. Call Plantation on SR-100 also lots on SillS 4962090. 11/12 2tchg. 11/19 PLACE SEWNG
Christian woman that wants to help. 1.800-824.213O.11/123Ichg 11/26 near Worthington Spring.. low down KING SIZE SOFA BED coffee table, end
Call 782.3462.9/1'0 TF TEXAS OIL COMPANY needs mature payment owner financing. Hale and table, toys, women and children 11/1810:00AM: McAlpin. Fl 21ac.+6000 SJF Bldg.
CHRISTIAN MOTHER wants to babysit. person for short trips surrounding Associates 496.3939 Hnchrg 11/12 clothes, household goods, Christmas 11/1812:30PM Bell A House & 3 lots
Has r". enc... 9648975. 10/293tchg Bradford County. Contact customers. Items. Fri.ft Sat.Nov. 13* 14 or come 11/1910OOAM: GVilta. A 4.7 ac. lot )In EdgecCff
11/12 W* train. Writ K.C. Dicker-ton, Pres., by anytime. 496-3021, 270 S.W. 2nd
LAWN SERVICE: Residential ft commercial Southwestern Petroleum. Box 961005, WORK WANTED Ave., Lake Butler Itchg. 11/12 11/1912:00: N. High Springs 25 Ac. Dav. property
landscaping tree r.moval, lawns Ft. Worth. Tx.. 76161. Itpd 11/12 11120 1 0:00AM: LaCrosseFI 195 acre farm
vacuumed. No job too big or small. RN/LPN/MAt Perform mobile Insurance
Free ..tlmat... 9644238. I/S TF exams In Stark area. Must be experienced INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR HOUSE PAINTING FOR RENT Preview all property 1 hr. before auction time or can for
MIDDLE AGED LADY would Ilk. In phlebotomy. W* furnish Reasonable rates. Call for free appointment.
housework by the day or hour In Stark. equipment. Good pay part-tint, flexible estimate 496-3587. 11/12 4tpd. 12/3 OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
and Keystone area. Call from 8 a.m. to hours. 1-396-5880.11/12 2tpd 11/19 located TERMS
In Union County Times Buildingat
1 p.m.. 964-6961. References furnish AVON REPRESENTATIVE needed full or SEPTIC TANK SERVICE 150 West Main. Call 496-2261, for 25% down CASH or certified funds day of auction with
.... Itpd 1112EXPERIENCED part-tlm. Unlimited opportunities. For more Information tfn balance due at closing or.if Pre-Qualified by Nov. 13-
HOME CLEANING Complete Information call Ramona,
mar CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN Nicely fur.nl.hed 1937 SBA will finance 75%of selling price for IS yen at
core priced for individual needs. 782.3068. Itpd 11/12 BRINCE JONES AND 0.0. REWIS SEPTIC
all electric, central heat and
Call for oppt. 496-1316 after 3:30 p.m.. PART-TIME HELP-FURNITURE DELIVERY! TANK SERVICE Septic tanks, drain 10% fixed interest.
air 'private paved rood, laundry and
ask for Carol call 964.4908 after Sp.m. hour full-time. and For qualification forms contact:.
: or per possibl fields, lift stations, light poles park playground.. Near schools, hasp.,
Itpd 11/12 782-3>>2. Itchg 11/12 wells. (Package Deal). Call 275-2268 or state facilities.PINES SR-121, east Lake First Coast Auction & Realty, Inc.
CHIMNEY CLEANING Its that time of TRAIL MOTEL* RESTAURANT In lawtey: 275.2197.9/3 13tpd. 1126HOMES Butler. Call 4962366.: Two childrenmax. .8.8.*.nerves tlw right to bill w.iw.Oy aid..bus.toonlsr -....
year ogainl Call 964-5869 after 6 pm. Applications or. being taken for ., and ol sale,withdraw pwaNfarm s...end 10 csnosl.._
Itpd 11/12 housekeepers, laundry workers, BUSINESS OR no OFFICE pets SPACE chg/tfn available on .Property Is aII.AS-18.Wlwts-K. *Nttioul......or eperaiona.r
WILL BAiVSIT In my home Mon-Frl. hot waiters, waitresses, dlihwoihert, Main S.rlln lake Butler,next door to quamly.tlll*at--. _
lunches, snacks large play yard and cooks helper, line cook. Experience
Aventureland. Video. Call 496-0077. FOR INFORMATION OR FREE BROCHURE CALL
learning program. Have references.Call helpful but not Will train
LAKE BUTlERi Reduced for quick sals. 3 ffn-8/6
9644755. 11/12 3lpd 1000 Riverside Ave. Suits 203
Shown Must be 18 of Apply In
years age. person
BR, 2 BA,CHSA, large lot, only$41.100 12'x W THREE BEDROOM MOBILE HOME
JAMES 11/26 STRICKLAND'S SALES ft SERVICE only. No phone calls 11/12 Wayne Nor S38.000. Mathews Realty, 964-4469. Ideal for small family large yard. $175 Jacksonvilla. FL 32204

N.w and used machines, all type hob man manager Itchg 2/5tfn per month. 4962842. tfn/chg. 10/8 Toll Free in A

by Dressmaker* craft, SeomMosters Baby-lock. ft Sergers..-.,. Transport needs owner/operators. GOVERNMENT HOMES from fl. (U $170 a month plus $100'deposlt.'Call 1-800-843-8781
Corner Rd. ft Hwy. 16. behind If you need training, we will train you. repair). Delinquent tax property. 496-0077 tfn/chg. 11/5
Morgan If ((904)) 354-2333
HandyWay. 9648733. 1I/12TF You will operate your own Commercial tractor Repossessions. Call 1(805)687-6000( ) TWO BEDROOM, BATH MOBILE HOME.
don't have one Furnished clean. Near school.
PALM ft CARD READING all problem of you Ext. GH-II36 for current repo list. very
Transport offers a purchase program No pets Call 496-3760 before 3 P.M.
10/22Blpd. 1210COMMERCIAL
Ii'., love, business, difficulties. On.vl.1t '
that w* think Is on. of the best In Itchg. 11/12 .
will convince you that you can be Industry. If you ore 21 or over and think
h.lpd.782.3060. Itpd 11/12 you may qualify, call for a complete Information STARKE HOUSING CENTERBig
toll Ire, 18003482147. ask for selection of reconditioned repo mobile homes.
HELP WANTED Operator 97. Cam..rciaITran.part Is FOR SALE No home Is over $500. down. Including delivery.

a division of northAmerican Van Lines, set-Up all costs and home
EXPERIENCED CARPET SEAMER for a Norfolk Southern Corporation subsidiary OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE 12'. 65' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom .1 closing owners
boublewides.Call 7823003. 8/20 TFchg fcan 87-451 Located In Union County Times 1/2 bath central heat and air, Must Insurance.! NO HIDDEN CHARGES
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for small EARN EXECUTIVE INCOME Exciting nations building Call for Information. see to appreciate. 6000. Calf
engln. mechanic. Apply in person at number 1 Image Improvement 4962261. tfn. 4960071. tfn/chg. 3/19- ', This Weeks Special
Bryan Ac. Hardwar., 4734006. clothing, cosmetic company seeking ONE HALF CITY BLOCK Approx. 14 sg.fl. SEVERAL TWO BEDROOM mobile homes
Keystone Hts. 10/8 TF mature, career minded ladles. Comprehensive office building. Paved parking. Good for sale or rent. Also lots for sale. Hale 3Br/2Ba D/W $500., down $198 per month
TRUCK TIRE ft BANDAG RETREAD SALES training flexible. Independent location Owner will finance. Call and Associates 4963939. tfnchrg 9/3 ,' .
Experience. Warehouse and plants In working schedules. 4962952. 10/29 4tchg. 11/19 LIKE NEW 1..4 THREE BEDROOM.' 2 85 3BR S/W $500 down,' $162. per,month
Ocala and Jacksonville. Trans-World 1914995828. or 1-800-331-5314, .... BATH DOUBLEWIDE. New central. A/C.
Tire. 3052957063.10/29 4tchg 11/19 3090. Icon 87.453 HELP WANTEDCAREER $14.700, financed 12700. cash. Mac Located 1 mile S. of Starke on US 301 964-4174
NEED 10 OVERWEIGHT PEOPLE no matter LOSERS WANTED Wanted88 Douglas. Sr. 461307. tfn/chg.10/8
how big who want to lose weight overweight people to try Herbal MOBILE HOME < 600 SQ. FT. Large living
and ........ money 1 II Port-time/Full. Weight Loss Program as seen on TV.. OPPORTUNITY for sewing room. Two bedrooms. 2900. You SSS C ( SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SSS :
time. (512) 9926605. Icon 87-454 Dr. recommended. NO drugs, NO exrcls machine operators.Offer 2 weeks paid move. Located at
LOOKING FOR"MAID: Apply In person at' *. guaranteed.. Call Tammy vacation. Insurance plan 3 paid Forest Park Apartments; Call 4964439 Let' the Good -TImes Roll.- ,
.....-Wertern Motor Inn-1290 Wo'T: _'i eie. I kmi B*...M holidays and profit sharing. Experience ft H Construction. 3727029. 10/22 :
pl. A_.. Sta..... 11/5 2lchg 11/12 IIIUEIERRY PLANTERS NEEDED Must. helpful, but not necessary. We will 4t/chg. 11/12 ***
DRIVER/KUM Openings for experienced hove photo ID and Social Security card. train. Apply In person Lake Butler Ap- _. ? Again jfj j
long haul drivers, both single and Apply Florida Blueberries. Inc., CR 325, parel. tfn-8/13 INSURANCEMAINES .
teams. Also driving school graduates South of Hampton. 468.Z837.ltpd: 11/12. TAKING APPLICATION FOR HELP to h.lp Live Music-roturns 7o.' .. ;;; .
Inquir. obout OTR second driver pro IMMEDIATE OPENNG In the Branch Office work In parts. NAPA Coll 4962345.: INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E, -
gram. 800-323-9386 (M-F. 8-5). Icon of this leading consumer finance tfn/chg. 10/22 Main Street, Lake Butler, 4963978. : The Econo Lodge Lounge
87.450 company. If you noy| meeting the SALES HELP WANTED Truck tire and Ban- Complete Insurance Service. 4/10 tin
REAL ESTATE LICENSING only $195. Call public working In a fast-pac.d environment dog retread sales positions.
1-7S5-4O4O. North Florida Real Estate and handle figures accurately Warehouses and plants In Ocala and fiey : November 13 & 14"DENVER"
this position may Interest Jacksonville. TransWorld Tire. ,
CoII. .. 7/30tfn you. W*offer competitive salary comprehensive 3052957063. IO/29-4tpd.11/l9 o ( rock)
cc. Country
SEWERS Woman apparel sewing ( :
tory. Experienced operators needed. benefits and opportunityfor FEDERAL STATE ft CIVIL SERVICE lOIS ; ); ft5 _
advancement. FLEET FINANCE. $14.707 to $68. 819/year, now hlringl
also Gainesville.m.chanlc.335-7366.GVL 10/22 Fashions TF INC., 1252-D South Walnut. St., Starke, CALL JOB LINE 1(518)459-3611( ) ext. . : $1. per person
Fl. 32091, 9645010. Equal Opportunity F3448 for Information/24: hour. 11/12 coverchargeMinimum ECONO LODGE
Employer, M-F. Itchg 11/12 2tpd. 11/19 Turtles give their young no cars atall. Ag. 21D'a -
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Page% SECTION November 12, 1987

ObituariesMrs. .

Alma BaldreeMrs. Miss Samantha Sayre sister,Naomi Roundlree of Jackson- will be in Forest Lawn Memorial

Alma C. Baldree,63.of Lake Mist! 'irnnthi lace Sayre, 1 day ville. Gardens Pompano Beach, Fla., on
Genera died Friday, Nov. 6 in old, died Saturday, Oct. 31 at Friday, Nov. 13 at 1:30: p.m., under
Shands Teaching Hospital in Schumpert Medical Center in Funeral services were held the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof
Gainesville following an extended illness. Shreveport,La.She was born in Fort Wednesday, Nov. 11 at Eliam Baptist Keystone.
Polk, La.Survivors. Church with Rev. Jimmy Coyle G
Born Apr. 12, 1924 in Conway include her parents,Ed- and Rev. Jerry Milton officiating. Mrs.Arcadia WatersMrs. See ..
South Carolina Mrs.Baldree moveto ward W.,Jr.,and Debra Sayre of Ft. Burial was in Eliam Cemetery in Arcadia Waters, 82, of Lake
Lake Geneva in 1961 from Starke. Polk, La.; one brother, Edward W. Melrose, under the direction of Butler, died Thursday night, Nov. 5 VernonReddish t
She and III Jones Funeral Home.In at the North Fla.
was a homemaker a Sayre ; paternal grandmother Regional Hospitalin ;
member of Kingsley Lake Baptist Evelyn Sayre of Jacksonville, and Gainesville after a brief illness. I
Church. great-grandmother, Cora Griffis of lieu of flowers, donations may Born in Union County,she lived in
Survivors include her husband, Raiford; maternal grandparents, be made to the Lottie Moon Okeechobee 15 years before return- f 1 i.i i.
Dyal W. Baldree; three daughters, Robert and Gaye Powell of Amory, Christmas Offering of the Eliam ing to Union County in 1986. She wasa r
Doris Overstreet of Keystone,Sylvia Miss., and great-grandmother, Baptist Church. housewife and member of the For Your Y ,
Wheeler of Starke and Linda Gordon Katie Logan of Amory, Miss. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
of Callahan;three sons,Larry Ricksof Graveside services were held Friday Saints. New or Used
St. Augustine. Joe Ricks, Jr., of ,Nov. 6 at Pine Grove Cemeterynear Survivors Include one daughter, fi .
Ft.Bragg N.C..and Robert Baldreeof Raiford with Rev. Neal Griffis Mrs. Evelyn PuckettMrs. Irene Grover of Okeechobee; three Auto Needs
Ocala; one brother. Lonnie Todd officiating. Archer Funeral Home of .Evelyn Bennett Puckett, 87, grandchildren and five great :
of Jacksonville;five sisters Lunette Lake Butler was in charge of ar of Lake Butler, died Saturday, Nov. grandchildren.
Peace of Enfield,Conn., Elneta Sisk rangements.Mrs. 7, In the Lake Butler Hospital and Graveside services were held Sun
of Ctarksville, Tenn., Velma Ard Hand Surgery Clinic after a brief il day,Nov. 8 at New Zion Cemetery in .
Annie Mae Sanders and Wilma .Anna WaardenburgMrs. lness. Union County with Elder Dale Smith ;
Sanders all of Conway S.C.; fourteen Anna Waardenburg, 84, of Born in Lake Butler, Mrs. Puckett officiating. Archer Funeral Home of ORIAN WELLS'uq
grandchildren and two great Park of the Palms, Keystone, died lived most of her life in Winder,Ga., Lake Butler was in charge of ar
grandchildren. Monday, Nov. 9 in Heritage Park and Jacksonville, Fla., until moving rangements. VNR.OL T-OLl
Funeral services were held Monday Adult Care Facility in Palatka back to Lake Butler six weeks ago. ,

Nov. 9, in the DeWitt C. Jones following an extended illness. She and her husband were in the .,.. ..-,."., .. -, ,, '.. ... .- .' ., .,. .. .- /
Chapel with Rev. Leaman Ward of Born Aug. 13, 1903 in Paterson, jewelry business in Georgia, until -
ficiating. Burial was in Gadara N.J., Mrs. Waardenburg moved to they retired and moved to Jackson
Cemetery under the direction of Keystone in 1981 from Pompano ville twenty years ago. She was a
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone.Mr. Beach. She was a housewife and member of Arlington Baptist Fleetwood28f
member of the Park of the Palms Church.
Church. Survivors include her sister, Mrs.
Survivors include her husband, Lena Gibbs of Macclenny; a sister. Doublewide
Frank Waardenburg of Keystone; in-law, Mrs. Margaret Bennett of x 52'
Emra B. PerryMr. daughter Anna Dechert of Ft.Lauderdale Lake Butler; and several nieces and
Emra B. Perry, 93, of ; two sons, Tice nephews, including Joe F. Bennettof <& Furnished* Skirted*Air
Melrose.died Monday, Nov. 9 at his Waardenburg of Hollywood and Valnco, Fla., Betty DuBOIs of
residence following a lingering illness. Frank-Jr., of Mechanicsburg, Pa.; Sarasota, Mary Crews of Satsuma, ,
brother, Daniel DeBlock of Janie Godwin, Carol Kelley, Agnes Conditioned Washer/Drye 3
Born Aug. 13,1894,Mr. Perry wasa Fairlawn, N.J.; 11 grandchildren,20 Sapp and Frances Rhoden, all. of
lifelong resident of Melrose. He great-grandchildren and two great- Lake Butler. Bedrooms Convenient
was a deacon trustee, and Sunday greatgrandchildren.Funeral Funeral services were held Tues- Spacious
School teacher at Eliam Baptist services will be held day In the Chapel of Archer Funeral
Church and a retired school teacher. Thursday, Nov. 12 at 11 a.m., in Home with Rev. Art Peterson of Bath& Formal Dining Room
Survivors include his wife, Ida Park of the Palms Chapel with Mr. ficiating. Burial followed in Dekle .
Price Perry of Melrose; one brother, John Meyer and Mr. Ernest Cemetery under the direction of Archer Kitchen Extended
C. M. Perry of Melrose: and one Woodhouse officiating. Entombment Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Microwave*Eat-In *

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I Forestry Project A Successby e"h j J H :Pk-e- hope

Joe Gissy and 32 diagnostic reconnaissance The county forester is also bf f 55 f f\ T oo v
surveys were made on 1,286 acres. available to provide forestry related I <" :''-' month
BCT Stall Writer Marketing assistance was given to assistance to planning groups, ;> oPeqt.
County Forester David W. Norton four landowners whose timber was school boards, parks and recreation
provided 65 landowners and 24 valued at $55,000. departments and homeowners. ,os25O down
organizations with technical 1 eysa
forestry assistance during the past iris /ek
fiscal year, 198687.
"20 of these were new clients who ai
had never been assisted before," 1

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Tree planting assistance was provided 1
to 11 landowners who qualifiedfor i
a federal cost sharing assistance L tl l 11 e s s '
program.This is a 50-50 cost sharing OPEN TO THE PUBLIC*
program,with half of the costs being r0 eBS
reimbursed to the landowner by the 0Chastain
federal government upon final inspection
and certification that an acceptable -
stand of timber is established -
Ten additional reforestation plan
ting operations and seven site
preparation operations were given f 50 Jewetry & Qifis
assistance, totaling 560 acres owa//4fl7C
replanted into pine forests.A .
free seedling program fundedby

Florida's wood products industries tt1 Nf ,, SNE4JKHBEVIEW
is designed to increase e y e.
reforestation on idle or cut over
lands. This program is available
through the county forester.
The county forester is responsiblefor rr
assisting landowners in manag- ''
ing forestlands. "Based on an SAVE UPTOSO
analysis of the woodland conditionsand
the owner desires, recommendations eI1cr s "c' %
are given to achieve optimum andSave:
productivity for the individual's ;iQ4ti .'ey7W. r.=tIe t\ .:=.-.:.
timber resource," lays ; 747.- '449
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