Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04430
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 14, 1986
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
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04430
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A return to normal summer time weather patterns Is forecast for Th. Social Sc.n.. . . .54* '"
the weekend, with the tropical depression system causing overcast Public NolleM.. . . .. .. .'? SINCE 1879
and rainy conditions having gone north. s!
Winds from the SW off the Gulf or from the SE off the Atlantic

could increase humidity and rain to cool afternoon temperatures. SECTION n, 12 '.... ..

Broken weather with a 50%chance of thunderstorms from 9 a.m. church Burn. . . .. . l-JB '
until noon. Is forecast for today (Thursday, Aug. 14)), returning to Moriiuona Spott.d. . . .. .'11 ; ,',
fair night,and partly! cloudy days and afternoon showers over the Cocoln. Forum. . . ., . ..11 .

weekend.. 0 S.nlor Olympic.. . . .. .511 J; ,,' ', ';' I ;'
A high of 82 was recorded Wednesday, Aug. 13, by WPXE, the Highest Bating . . .. . .'11 ., p" '
coolest day since May 22. Weekend highs will be w-to-mid 90s, LII CI.rlc Arr..t.d . . .7' ; "." ''I"m"rl,1)I )\' I IJn( ,,'1

lows In the low 7os Ar.o D'h.. . . . \ 1'1 \ ,..
In Aug. 6-12 scattered rainfall Lawtey got almost no precipita- Clolllff.d. till. P .

tlon, New River measured 2.15 inches, Hampton Lake 1.13. Fir. Burn. Baby. . . ., . ... The Sweeter 1\\ _.,, '.\., wi' maven I '-.
July, averaging 7.99 inches of rain, August 8.10, and June's 7.07 N.w. IIr...... . . . . .11' 108th Year oinnnu.KLOKlUA4th 25 Cents Copy ,).J

ore usually the three wettest months of the year. KH Fir.. . . . . . 12B Issue Thursday August 14, 1986 USPS 062-700 4r .

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A fish fry and political rally is set tt .l ,.

Saturday Aug. 30, at the TheressaCommunity 1 INr
Center, sponsored by I
the Theressa Volunteer Fire .

Department. p 1At
Supper at is 5:30: p.m. Speaking
begins at 7 p.m.Spooner .

Rally... + r Set for StarkeA

A one-woman political rally Is set

at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 15, for t
Disrict 5 school board candidate .I
Carolyn Spooner. new 45,000 square foot Winn- "Starke has been good to Winn-
The rally is to be held on the h Dixie store is coming to Starke and Dixie through the years," said
grounds of Mt. Pisgah Church on will be built on West Madison Street Charles Wing. "We've never had a I
the corner of US-301S and CR-100A. adjacent to the former Rawson's facility to really take care of the %
There will be a fish fry, singing, Store. business, and we decided to build
and a few people to speak in addition The size of a football field, the new such a facility.
to Ms. Spooner. The public Is store will be known as the Winn- "Since the community has done
.. invited, Ms. Spooner says. Dixie Market Place. Developer and the SFCC Center in the old courthouse -
;, owner of the property is Belco we wanted to move back
Enterprises, owned by Guy Andrewsof downtown and bea part of that,"
No Job, No Skill... Starke and his son, Tom Andrewsof said Wing.

Job Corps- Training slots are Jacksonville. Builder will be The Construction...
available in health occupations, Lavon Andrews, the cousin of Guy
business- Andrews. A mobile home construction office '.'
plumbing, welding,
clerical, auto mechanic and other Belco Enterprires owns the will be moved onto the Madison
K skills for men and women aged 16 former Rawson's Store and Belco Street site this week and site clearing /I/
through 21.Obtain bought the surrounding propertyand will begin Monday, says Guy An jjA.
GED j. cut a deal with Winn-Dixie to drews. The projected construction
a earn spending i ,
'. and and t ., ik relocate back into downtown Starke. period is 6-8 months.
money saying money
... make life : Establishment of the Starke Centerof Identical to one in Deland, it will i
a good .r ,
Room and board, cluing -- : Santa Fe Community College be the 5th or 6th 45,000 square foot t
4, -
; allowance transportation, medical played a part in luring Winn-Dixie "super store" Winn-Dixie has built.
;J<' and dental care will be provided. back downtown, said Charles Wing The new store will be located on a
i I : For more information, visit the vice-president of WinnDixiersJacksonville 6.27 acre site, enlarged from the
Job Service Office at 1430 South wi1a..an District. former Rawson's site. It will go up
V First Street Lake Nearly twice the size of the pre- on the west side of the former
City, or phone Wa yA xis
r Irene Pearce at 7523121.Republicans sent Winn-Dixie Store in Bradford Rawson's store and extend
Square, the new store will be one of westward almost to Orange Street.
'.' to Meet... the largest Winn-Dixies in Florida, The front of the store will face
with around 175 employees, com- SR-100 (Madison Street) and extend
: Good government is up to you! pared to around 80 now. from the west side of the present
The Republican Club is set to It will be an entirely new concept Rawson's to Orange Street. The
-2-'; meet next Thursday, Aug. 21, at of one-stop shopping, says W-D s front of the store will extend 20 feet
':., ::; 7:15: p.m. in the Pratt Street _ Charles Wing. The new store, to be north from the present Rawson's,
Recreation Center, according to re l open from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., will be and the area in front will be used for
Edith Gowans. departmentalized with a pharmacy, parking.Dimensions.
fresh seafood including live lobsters of the new store are
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complete nutrition and health feedcenter 225 feet on the front, east to west,
I" Have A Heart.. a complete bakery and complete and 200 feet deep. The entire
',". A special square dance Is set deli, a separate department building, including 198 feet of frontage ,
oj September 6 to raise funds.ttr -- '" with 150 different kinds of cheese on the former Rawson building,
defray medical expenses for two and a complete florist shop, and will provide 418 feet of frontage for
; : children, Adam Hardy who has ". -. "we'll even do weddings; says the expanded complex.The .
" ? Charles Wing. store will be constructed of
., cancer, and Chris Campbell who
:(;..,1 has a rare skin disease. Why is Winn-Dixie putting one of finished concrete blocks. The front

r. A dozen callers, including Jerry largest stores in a small town like (See Winn-Dixie..p.ioA)
" Barrett Bob Bill Starke?
: Belanger,
Chesnut, Jim Duncan, Ken Perez, c e
Long Ligon, John Robbins and
;J others have agreed to call the : c ..
.'. square dance set in the gym and b : *
t.\.',. cafeteria of Bradford Middle { .4 Newman SentencedTo
f:"? School. A workshop is set from 4-6

rr,. p.m., with maintstream and plus
1..1 ." square dancing from 811. Another Great Day for Fishing... FhololyMarkPrlxllln
; Admission is $8 per couple.
Visitors welcome. It was just another one of those "routine" beautiful three or four Red-Bellied Bream to the pair's credit,
gs days at a popular Bradford County fishing spot for but with a spectacular setting like this one another 2 Years in Prison
Morris Paige (at left) and Mike Todd at the "Trestles"near lazy day In the Summer sun might be just what the doc- II
Lake Sampson. tor ordered. I
aid Dual Enrollment... The fish weren't biting too well, it turns out with only I I Keystone Oaks resident Ronald G. Ms. James states in her report
Newman was sentenced August 13 in chat Sheriff Dolph Reddish said
BHS students requesting dual U.S. District Court in Tallahassee to Newman has never been a problemfor
enrollment with Santa Fe Com
law enforcement In Bradford
serve two in prison for submit-
munity College for the 86-87 school county, that he was recognized as a
ting a false federal income tax
year must be enrolled in three or level headed businessman with a
return.In .
more classes at BHS and take the School Term Opens August 25Some spite of the apparent support reputation for truthfulness. "If
remainder of their schedule at
several local people gave Newman, Newman tells you something you
SFCC.A who grew up in Bradford County and can just about put it in the bank,"
one semester course (three 4,300 students have just 10 ed confidence that a good team of cellent things going on in our attended Bradford schools, he will Reddish told James. According to
semester hours) at SFCC equals more days of "freedom" before teachers is on board. schools," says Supt. Duncan. have to serve at least one-third of his Ms.James the sheriff recommendeda
one-half BHS credit. For more In- school opens Aug. 25 for the 1986-87 sentence before he may be paroled, term of probation for Newman.
formation contact BHS Assistant term. The school system is coming off an Everything seems to be in good according to Assistant U. S. Attorney U. S. Attorney Kerwin said before
Principal Paula Steele, phone New kindergarten students, who outstanding year of test scores. K-5 shape going Into the new year. More Patricia Kerwin. the court that the Sheriff had a "
at the crowded school
9646092. have never before attended Brad test scores were equal to the national would space certainly be nice high Duncan According to a booklet preparedfor "short memory" when he recom-
R ford schools, should be registered at percentile. K-4 test scores alternatives for sentencing by mended probation as she presented
Call-In Program... says but points out it takes time tobuild
the school in their attendance area wsere above the national average of and the staff. Susan G.James, a sentence and post evidence of correspondence between
A morning call-in service to prior to Aug. 25.Elementary 10 percentile points, said Supt. Dun- conviction consultant employed by Sheriff Reddish and FDLE concern-
assist senior citizens who are aloneis and middle school Duncan said the school will hold Jack Harper, Neman's attorney, the ing Newman's purchase of a new
offered by the Starke Police teachers report to work Aug. 19. can."I'm really looking forward to this open houses to acquaint parents with following people were interviewed Ford truck in May of 1977, where
Department, according to Chief High school and vo-tech instructors school year. It's going to be an exciting students.See prior to Newman's sentencing: Newman paid ct Bowen.To report Aug. 20. Commissioner Lawrence to Kerwin, the sheriff told
Jimmy time. We've got a lot of ex School Term..P.7A County
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become involved in the program Student lunch prices will remainthe Moseley recommended probation FDLE the drug business continuesto
a citizen is asked to register same as last year- $1.00 for ----. --- .. because Newman has helped the be very good and that he hoped he
J with the Police Department, then grades 9-12, 90 cents for grades 6-8, county so much. U. S. Attorney Ker- could get something on Newman and
call in before 10 a.m. each day. and 80 cents for grades K-5. Adult win presented to the court Wednes- his buddies one of these days soon.
After 10 a.m. the Police Dept. will lunches are $1.75. Free and reduced day afternoon a copy of a mortgageon Sheriff Reddish said Wednesday,
. check on those citizens who have price luches are availble those Moseley's property which Aug. 13, the comments he made to
s. not called in. If there is no answer, students whose family income meets + Newman holds for $207,169. Ms. James were taken out of con-
a police officer will visit the the guidelines. Notices for qualify I Attorney Dudley Hardy recom- text. In a telephone call to Ms. Ker
residence. ing for free or reduced lunches will mended probation for Newman, said win the Sheriff Reddish said Ms.
Chief Bowen reminds the public be sent home with students. Parents Ms. James. Ms. Kerwin provided a James reported only the positive
that the service is available. have 10 days to reply to the notice document showing Newman holds a things he'd said about Newman and

before their children will be remov- mortgage of$17,486 on property Hardy (See Newman..P.:1A: )
ed from the free or reduced lunch owns.
price list.Newest. .
The Task Force for the Com- wrinkle in the food program I

munity Development Block Grant is two lines to allow a salad I
for the Reno area of Starke is set Ear'at the middle school, says Food k tiM Country Club Board
for 7 p.m. tonight (Thursday, Aug. Service Coordinator Delores t
14) in the Starke city hall. The city Morgan. .M I
has a $575,000 grant to renovate 25 Students can wear shorts this yearin 4' y i !
y homes in the Reno area and the another new wrinkle, as long as I
Task Force sets policies on how to the shorts reach the tips of the Fires ProHerb
carry out the project. fingers with arms extended down LongTime
The regular monthly meeting of the legs from a standing position.Bus .
the Bradford school board is set routes and times will remainthe
Monday, Aug. 18, at 7 p.m. in the same as at the end of last year. It a +t'G Herres was called in and Board President members Jack Hazen did not vote.
administration building on N. Tem will take a week or two to see if the tw fired on the spot as manager of the and Bob George Pierce,
pie Ave. routes need changing. Double runs Starke Golf and Country Club alter a Bish Bishop, King did not
The third Tuesday meeting of must still be used. Two new school 3-hour meeting of the Board of attend the meeting.called
the City Commission of Starke is buses were received in June and Directors Tuesday night, Aug. 12. Herres was In and terminated -

set Tuesday, Aug. 19, at 7:30 p.m. replaced two of the older ones. A general lack of performancewas Telegraph has immediately been told, and, the
times will be given as the reason by several turned
in city hall on Thompson Street. All school starting over his keys to the club
board members. Board memberssay
Students return to school Aug. 25 the same as last year. '.
All education Herres has not been carrying out night.
for the 1986 school term. Elemen- special teaching
r A move was made to
filled the second some of the duties assigned by the fire Herres
tary teachers return to work Aug. position are even
board of directors. Herres has been three years ago, but the club
a t 19, secondary teachers Aug. 20. speech therapist sought for the past
i The Zoning Board of Bradford several years. Sprucing Up... club pro and manager of the county gathered by Herres proxy votes
County is scheduled to meet Tuesday Work on walkways can continue club for the past 20 years. supporters,
26. during school, Duncan John Barbera paints a traffic barrier at Bradford Middle School, In The firing came on a 4-1 vote on a elected a board who would retain the
-A, Aug.budget workshop is set at 7:30: says. background, a bright red as the school spruced up for an Aug. 25 open- motion made by board member pro. Tuesday's move was a car-
from the
Duncan Optimistic... Wiley Clark, seconded by Merritt ryover unsuccessful move
Wednesday, Aug. 27, by Ing.This
p.m. week and nest are the pressure weeks for Operations Director ten- Williams, and supported by Byron three years ago, the Telegraph has
Lawtey City Commission.The Every position is filed.Supt. Jim at the last minute. been told.
nard Register who Is tring to get everything ready Terwillegar and Charles Flynn. Ben
Zoning Board of Starke is Duncan said Tuesday, and express- Next week will be more pressured when teachers return to work and find Moxley voted against the motion to Proxy voting has been eliminated
set to meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, classroom before school from the club by-laws.
all the things that need fixing In the opens. terminate the club manager. Board
Au;;. 2R.

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Poor!:<< 2" TKLFXiKAIMI August t4,19kaPeggy'

I Returns : Coal Trains to Roll Through Brooker AgainOldtimers I

will remember Council Chairman C.J Stalnakertold the area would be cleaned-up within facility will continue to function lor some tunds,but tEey are earmarkedfor the offer: Waters and O'Neal excus-
"Peggy," the Seaboard Coast Line Waters that most of the ques- two months. the foreseeable future. Waters requested completion of streets in the sub- ed themselves and left the meeting.
train that left Starke each morning, tions concerning the relationship Stalnaker appoint two per- division. This project has first
passed through Brooker on its wayto between the county and city had Improvements Claimed... sons to work with him in exploring priority with the current council. Property Clean-up...
Bell, then returned in the afternoon been answered. He reviewed the Waters stated that he had In- an additional dump site in the waters said he could not help with City Clerk Linda Robinson read a
situation of the open gate, which occurred herited the job two years ago, and Brooker area. Carroll and Adams that project, but he possibly could .copy of a letter that she had writtento
Peggy, as the train was locally several weeks ago, and the the situation has improved 300 per were appointed to the task. assist in resurfacing the road which Ruby McCartney, owner of a
known, quit running a few years ago, Question of authority fto' supervise cent under his jurisdiction, with the dead-ends into CR-18 at Green's- burned dwelling near the fire station
and everyone assumed it wall; the the landfill custodian, .Waters told help of Bradford County Sanitation Brooker Streets... Store. This section begins at CR-18 in which McCartney was given
end of the line''for the railroad fj 'Stalnaker;' "y'tou are' the boss. Officer Darrell O'Neal. Waters turned his attention to the and runs to the intersection with the 30 days to clean up the debris, else
through Brooker. Brooker controls the area." Waters "We are correcting problems of resurfacing of streets in Brooker, newer road between Brooker and the city would have the work done,
In the Brooker council! meeting went on to say that the facility was the past 15 years," said Waters. and asked if the town had any money Lake Butler. It is approximately one and bill her for it
Tuesday, Aug. 12, Mayor Blake never: permitted for anything other O'Neal accompanied Waters to the in street funds. mile in.IJ length.The .
Hamilton read excerpts from a let- than household! garbage.'"ft Is not a council meeting.In Carroll said the town does have council made no response to See Page 7A
ter received from Seaboard Systems landfill," said Waters. landfill related matters Waters
Railroad, successors to the old Waters advised the council that told the council that small I North
Seaboard Coast Line, stating that "white metal," consisting of aban- Florida counties can no longer afford -
plans are under way to reactivatethe doned refrigerators, washing to meet DER requirements,and
rail line through Brooker. The machines and like materials are being regional landfills may be the Tired of So-Called Seafood
new plans call for 30 to 40 trains each sold from the Keystone Heights Then
week, hauling coal to coal-burning landfill, and that he would have all answer. Some discussion is under try our seafood menu.
electrical generating plants in such materials removed from the way; among several counties, In- We DO-NOT
Gainesville and Crystal River. The Brooker facility within a month, and cluding Bradford. The Keystone pre-bread anything.We .
trains may be up to 90 cars long, and n __ serve fresh & cooked-to-order
run 40 mph. -" "
Prior to their merger with the seafood

ago Seaboard, the Atlantic Coast Line Coast several Line served years Life and Praise MinistriesPresents JOIN US! 11D 1 K N
Gainesville with rail line that bran-
ched off from Baldwin, and ran 6 a.m.10 p.m. 7 Days A Week FACTORY Inc

south through Raiford, Lake Butler, I "Chicken Our House Special
Worthington Springs, to Burnett's 904 964.4415
Lake near Alachua. At that junc- Always open 6 am. Hwy301 & Starke, Fla. HLLDye"The
tion, southbound trains went through I Evangelist i A
Gainesville, enroute to St. I

Petersburg.Burnett s Lake The line has been from taken Baldwinto up, I I KEN GREENE \, ;=c-. __ i ********* *******.****************.***...** .*...**********......*

(leaving Seaboard Coast Lines 0. _
without access to Gainesville. In -
order to serve the market, the old 1'12 1 Miles South of Starke 1 VOAct Right Choice"JOE ELEcr
Peggy line will\ be put back into service on Hwy 301 I

The. Brooker council was seemingly RIDDICK
taken by surprise, and took no action I
since legal counsel was not pre-
sent to advise them. Their concern County Commissioner District 4 Dem.
centered around the speed of trains August 18 through August 24 .
through town, and warning signalsat

crossings. 7:30 p.m. Nightly

Waters Visits...
County Commissioner Wilbur 10:30 Sunday morning
Waters the council with
surprised I
visit coming in after the meetingwas 7:00 Sunday evening Retired AT&T r tl,
under way.Councilmen Management Experience -' '
A.B. Adams and Roy .. with Bell
Carrol recognized Waters, but other System
council members clearly did not Korean Vet with Commendations 7 \.
know him. Waters introduced Reared Family In Bradford County
himself as the Bradford County
Commissioner representing the 3 Children Graduated from Bradford High a'

Brooker district, and stated"I" came I ion Married to Former Ruth Baxter,35 years !
over to talk about the dump. t
Memberof Hope Baptist Church,Theressa
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not for saleREPUTATIONS A Man With Time to Represent Your Vote



Why Settle for Part-time

$28 i When a FULL TIME County Commissioner is Available? i

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709 S. Walnut Street
(Next to Wendy's)
Starke, Florida964TIRE Candidate for Circuit Judse
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Dr. Len SchlofmanSchool

School Board District 3

Telephone Rentals: Your ticket .. I

to full service. '
/ ,. Strives For:
4 ,r. Rent a phone from Centel,and you don't pay a cent for parts or labor.

s / If something goes wrong,just bring your phone in.Well fix it free.
r HIGHACADEMICSTANDARDS Or if you'd rather we'll make housecalls for a nominal fee.The cost to

/ QUALITY TEACHING rent is minimal, too.Just $3.50 a month rents a newlbuch-Call phone. j

t ,. And any services necessary to keep it ringing true.
ti y STRESS BASICS Telephone rentals. It's just one of the ways Centel keeps you well-

,,, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic connected.get the ticket to full service, call your Centel Service '
Representative. '

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Pol Adv Campaign Treat. Dr. Peter Glance 'f!; Where people connect. '
C Cental,1988
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I August 14, 19S8 TELEGRAPH Page 3A
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V : Travis Woods rUns T7 TI!

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1 a for Commission SeatTravis y

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Woods of Starke has announced Chanda and Jason,who attend Brad-
TI-- ,: nrJ his candidacy for reelection ford County schools.
\ f to the Group 5 City Commis- The Woods family is active in
sion of Starke seat. Madison Street Baptist Church of
Woods, 45, graduated from Brad- Starke."I ti
rpa 3 ford High School and has resided in feel I have the experience and
4, Starke for the 28
i past years. qualifications to continue to serve
fi 9 the residents of Starke,"says Woods
He has been employed by the State who has served as a city commissioner ,
of Florida for the past 23 years, of in Group 5 since 1980. f
R v which he has been supervisor of the "I have been dependable in atten- '
r1 Starke office of the Division of ding each meeting and other city I
1A Drivers License of the Departmentof functions that pertain to the city II II I
Highway Safety and Motor government. I

IF, Vehicles. "I will continue to serve you with I
honesty and to the best of my ability
Woods is married to the former as your city commissioner.
Ann Joyner who is employed by Thank you for your support in the
Madison Street Baptist Church Pre- past and your upcoming support will
rr, k f4, ,7 y+Ra 0 -w- School. They have two children, be greatly appreciated." !



open house is set at 7 p.m. SPOONERBradford
*Thursday, Sept. 4, at Bradford Mid
Gil Robbins Grows'em Big... dle School to acquaint parents with

These three Big Mac pumpkins grown by Gil Robbins two feet long and Purple Top turnips too big around fora the teachers of their children,according Co. School Board
weigh 100.5, 95, and 90 pounds. 10 quart bucket. Robbins uses 10-10-10( ( fertilizer to Principal John A. Mazzella.A District 5
Robbing, left, and son, John, 13, is at right In photo.A generously, but otherwise does nothing unusual, he the brief opening assembly is set in
carpenter at Camp Blandlng Robbins grows a one- says. gym, followed by visitation
to all Qualified
acre garden at his residence on NW 54th Street off Wife Phyllis made 36 pies out of a 52 pound pum- "We the classrooms.that all Experienced
SIM6 West or Starke. pkin, Robbins said. The Big Mac pumpkins were "
Robbins likes to try to grow something"a little out of planted between corn stalks and the vines. took over parents Mazzella will, who attend is says Principal "Let's Make Education
the ordinary" each year. He grows Zucchini squash half the garden. replacing former Number 11n
principal Charles Hall who resigned Bradford County"
u to go to California. Mazzella is a
former Clay County administratorand
lives in Middleburg.

I. Newman Sentenced ;'Dress Code...

.. Principal Mazzella states that QUALITY EDUCATION FOR ALL STUDENTS

BMS students must wear appropriate -

from page/ 1 The IRS investigation showed that with 378 pounds of marijuana backto The dress clothing code to for school.the school BETTER SCHOOL BOARD/COMMUNITY/ RELATIONS
Newman's net worth increased from Gainesville, FL. Newman pled
left out his references aboutNewman's system now allows students to wear
criminal record and that $9,300 in 1975 to nearly $86,000 in guilty to felony possession of mari shorts to school if they reach to or PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT IN SCHOOL AFFAIRS
he made no recommendation as to 1977. The IRS report stated that "it juana. below the fingertips when the arms
Newman going to prison or not. Red- appears that this increase resulted During the years investigated, are extended down one's legs whenin
dish said Ms. James was hired by primarily from Newman's involve- Newman went to great lengths to a standing position. UPGRADED TEACHER/ADMINISTRATOR TRAINING
conceal his income from the
the defense and, at the time of the interview ment in marijuana trafficking, the govern- Students may dress in the style of PROGRAMS/&SALARY
ment, the IRS said. He made exten-
he was under the impres- proceeds of which were not reportedon the day. However, overly tight,
his income tax returns". sive use of currency by purchasing
sion she represented the court. distracting or revealing apparel is
During this period Newman was items such as a pickup truck and a TEACHER INPUT INTO
.County Clerk Gib Brown recom- not permitted. The following items DECISION-MAKING
26-foot boat by with$100 bills.
under scrutiny by local law enforce- paying
mended probation for Newman are not proper school attire: see-
ment agencies,including the Florida In addition to making extensive use
because "Newman was an asset to through clothing, inappropriate *
the community." Department of Law Enforcement of currency, it appears that undergarments, spaghetti strapped IMPROVED TEACHER EVALUATION PROCEDURES
.Judge George Pierce said According to the IRS, Newman Newman attempted to conceal apparel, short shorts, jogging
Newman was up and above aboardin failed to file an income tax return for them numerous assets by purchasing shorts, mesh tops, midriff shirts, MEANINGFUL PROGRAMS IN EXCEPTIONAL
in his wife's and
all dealings, according to Ms.James' 1976 and reported only nominal in- name tank tops, halter tops, backless
sometimes failed to transfer title of EDUCATION
report. come on his 1977 individual incometax dresses, tube tops, and sleeveless
The two year sentence resulted return. This reported income other properties to his name. shirts without hemmed or capped
Newman could have received
from Newman's of was derived primarily from up sleeves. *
plea guilty REDUCTION
to three in fine STUDENT DROP-OUT RATE
a $5,000 ,
January 28 in U. S. District Court in livestock sales and real estate years prison J
plus paying for the costs of
Jacksonville to one count of signinga related transactions. Newman paidno prosecu- TCI -
false federal income tax return for income tax during any of these tion.Newman PREVENTION EFFORTS IN OUR SCHOOL TO DETER
is to report to a federal COUNTY TUE9RAPH
1977. years.Newman's first documented in- prison, the location to be named by OUR CHILDREN FROM THE USE OF DRUGS
'""- Since that time his case has been Published every Thursdayat
the U.S. Marshall, Sept. 12. Beforehe AND ALCOHOL
volvement in marijuana trafficking .
...continued.several times Judge John 135 W. Call Street
1-; ? can be released he must a
occurred in September 1976 when he pay
Moore recused himself from the
$5,000 fine in addition to completingat Starke, Florida 32091
was arrested in Texas while
and the case was transferred to attempting PROVIDE
least one-third of his sentence. FOR
to drive automobile loaded Second
the Northern District in / an Class postage paid at
Tallahassee. Starke FloridaSubscription
Based on information received indicating ** ****** ** *** ****** PREGNANCY PREVENTION INFORMATION

Newman was involved in .. Rates:
marijuana trafficking, the Internal ftft In-trade area: $12.00 per yea:
Revenue Service conducted an in- t :> '' 1 Ray 4P $7.00 six months
vestigation covering the calendar ftft r ftft
: Outside area: $13
per year
years 1976 through 1979. The in-
ftft $6.50 six months Pd Pol Adv
vestigation was conducted as part ofa Durban
joint IRS-Customs Task Force in : ftft
conjunction with a federal grand ftft .r.t
jury, with the defendant only one of SCHOOL BOARD ftft
the persons under investigation.Due .
to incomplete records and the DISTRICT 2 ftft
nature of Newman's alleged ftft
unreported income, marijuana trafficking You Asked. .
the IRS used the net worth ftft
and personal expenditures methodof CONCERNED ABOUT EDUCATION
proving income to reconstruct I, ftft
Newman's corrected Income. Pd Pol Adv ftft

Census BureauTo ftft
Collect PERSONAL George Crady
Employment Data Born & Raised in Bradford County ftft
will collect Married 17 Years Former Bonnie Rosier
The Census Bureau ftft
current employment and unemployment 4 Children:Chris 15, Scott 13, Ramie 10,Greg 8 Responded !

data for this area the week of BUSINESS ftft
Owned&Operated for 6 Years
August 18-23, according to James Successfully ftft
Holmes, director of the Bureau's PROVEN PERSONNEL LEADERSHIP
Atlanta regional office.. XX Master Sergeant(E-8)) Florida Army National Guard ftft
The local data will contribute to XX PROVEN INTEREST IN OUR SCHOOLS
August's national employment and Served 4 Years as PTO Officer ftft
unemployment picture to be released LES & BMS Parent Advisory Committees
September 5, by the Bureau of X PROVEN. INTEREST ITO/ PEOPLE ftft Bradford County 'h
Labor Statistics. The July data Active In Little League Baseball ftft
become available August 1. The President of Pop Warner Football Has Requested
national civilian XX Supporter of F.F.A.and 4H ftft OccasionsThe
June data showed a Representative Crady's Help on Many
unemployment rate of 7.1 percent. -
XX Durban
This means that 8 million workersout Ray School Board District 2 ftft

did_not of .a.have labor j jobs.force of 118.1 million :,a-**** **** A4, following is only a partial list of his successes.


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j :;;.. grants to Bradford County of
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with our natural-cut french fries, fresh ? lm '575,000 for Housing Development in Starke

cole slaw, Southern-style hush puppies, t. *
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. f M' *500,000 for Housing Development in Lawtey



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.. .n .. ., -'".,,_. .. .. n ..-' .. ". .oO. ..... ',,: "Chi/es'/ Out to Crackdown;,: :on' 'Crack
,' "' "" '" \
,f \E]:]I)' !( : clOPDii1.( / 1.1'8\ \ I"! .J
'. I"Y"m' : .\ "'
; I, .. J '' .c.. .. ;." ". .. "" / \ to the efforts of Florida's delivered at least five Senate speeches
Thanks largely
"' _, .. ,n' .' -', 'f70.,_. . .. ., . .... .....ill.: .,. '..,. '''''. .. Senator Lawton Chiles, Washington and other about Senate crack and referred to it in numerous 1
the rest of the country are being alerted
and aroused to action against the ominousnew "The more into it, the more I saw
threat being posed to the nation by cocaine this was not gong to disappear," Chiles
MacKay Joins Chiles in its most insidious and dangerousform said in a recent Interview. ''It's so cheap
the condensed substance known as that it's available to anyone. It's so addic-
"crack"or"rock". tive that all you have to do is get somebodyto
use it.one to three times, and even
writing in the GainesvilleSun
Larry Lipman,
sometimes lust once and they arepsychologically
of Chiles' interest and
tells the story
involvement in the fight against the often and chemically
In Seeking
fatal drug, starting last March when he when you hook somebody" on it, all they
want to do is stay high.
was in Fort Lauderdale holding hearingswith
b'4Ruddy law enforcement officers on another One thing that particularly concerns
problem, the so-called "designer" drugs, Chiles is the ready availability of crack
Stronger Penaltiesfor which are concocted from various synthetic among young people and the use of
r chemical substances designed to in- I sometimes mere children -
duce the same effect as illegal drugs, but youngsters near crack houses.Sometimes,
which are technically legal. payments for such services is in the drug
itself and another crack addict is hooked.In .
On March 19, 1985, Lipman says Chiles
Crack introduced a bill in the Senate calling for a the past few weeks, Chiles met with
study of designer drugs and two months House Speaker Tip O'Neill and with Senate
t later convened a Senate hearing with Minority Leader Robert Byrd to discuss
witnesses from California and Florida. He crack. Byrd named Chiles as cochairmanof
began speaking' around the state at a 10-member Democratic task force on
. :CK- Lawton meetings to heighten awareness among drugs which last week introduced a com-
Chiles law enforcement officers, community Y Kids and Cocaine prehensive package of bills to outlaw
health officials and others about the crack and get the government involved in
Revolting against the "Speeding that they can save themselves. We must designer threat.It Lipman writes that even before national a campaign to educate\ youngsters about
stop the trafficking of drugs, and we crack's perils. The package was based on
Ticket" treatment being shown to crack was at one of these meetings, Lipman attention began focusing on crack,Senator
must take individual responsibility for Chiles front bills that Chiles had introduced in June.
dealers and consumers under our pre- reports, that Lt. John Brooks, commanderof was out leading the charge,
laws Ocala Buddy the drug problem." the Miami Police Department Street just as he had done with designer drugs When Congress recesses Friday, Chileswon't
-'nt congressman
; serving in the dual role of legislator andeducator.
Narcotics Task Force, told Chiles of a drug go home to rest. He's scheduled nine
Lawton has been shown
!MacKay is joining Senator Such an intolerance menace even more devastating than His interest arose from deep community forums on crack around the
Chiles in an all-out effort to stiffen the by an organization known as MADD -- designer drugs. The new form of cocainewas personal concern and could not be at- state including one for North Florida
penalties by making possession of one Mothers Against Drunk Driving, and known in street sale lingo as "crack"or tributed to political"grandstanding"sincehe counties-Bradford, Union Clay, Alachua
gram or more of crack liable for up to 20 has produced results across the nationin "rock". is not up for re-election this fall. and 14 others.: This will be held at North

years in prison and/or a fine of $250,000. stiffer penalties imposed on dirvers It was about this time that the Palm Lipman Continues: Florida University's Downtown at 9:00 Campus,
333 Laura St., Jacksonville, : a.m.
series On April 17, exactly a month after first
"under the influence". Beach newspapers ran an in-depth
such able and respected men August 25.
With two focusing on crack. Chiles later delivered a hearing about crack, Chiles pressed At- .Thursday,
Chiles in the Senate and MacKay in Perhaps it is time for another torney General Edwin Meese III at
.it speech on the Senate floor, based on the articles a Despite crack's threat, Chiles sees a I
the House it is reasonable to expect organization based on intolerance and and had the entire series entered In- Senate subcommittee hearing for a com- possible redeeming facet: he hopes that '(
.ome changes in the penalties for drug indignation against the users and to the Congressional Record. mitment to support a bill that would require crack will be so terrifying that it will force

offenders which MacKay says are dealers in drugs. It could be called PAC About this time Newsweek magazine appeared model the legislation Justice that Department states could to propose use in people to become involved in their com-
"treating it as if it were a speeding -- not to be confused with the PACs that with a cover story, "Crack andCrime" outlawing crack and the so-called crack munity and at the school levels in fighting
crack, and ultimately, other illicit drugs.It .
national attentionto
ticket pour money into political campaigns in which brought houses where the drug is processed, sold
and cocaine-
this new peril, the tragic .
('hi les introduced his bill in the Senate an effort to collect political favors. The related deaths of basketball star Len Bias and smoked.On took the attack on Pearl Harbor to
-veral months ago, and MacKay's proposed PAC that is really needed stands for and football star Don Rogers, within two April 22, Chiles introduced his bill unify the United States in World War II.
is almost iden- Parents Against Crack (or cocaine), for weeks of each other further intensified and spoke about crack on the Senate floor Maybe crack will be the war on drugs'
House measure until parents and the general public public awareness of cocaine's death poten:' the first time a U.S. senator addressedthe Pearl Harbor. In any case, Lawton Chiles
with Chiles' bill. The legislation
Senate on this issue. Chiles has has declared war on crack.
'.niild move crack into a Schedule II become really intolerant and even mili- bat.

I situation, meaning it would be il- tant against this threat to our country,

M.l to use the drug under any cir- the war against drugs will not be won. Notebook
stances, including medicinal purposes County Agent's B/ Bobby Taylor,

Crack dealers who employ minors, Laurels and Darts You might not realize it by looking at me Before you ever plant the first seeds or find out which varieties are recommended'for
"crack thermometer, but fall is not too far away. transplants, you need to think about the our area, get a copy of extension circular -
order age 21, or who operate And, it's time to start thinking about plan- vegetable varieties you'll choose to grow. 104, "The Vegetable Gardening
houses"\ within 1,000 feet of a school ting your backyard vegetable garden. The Of course, you could walk into your garden Guide,"from our County Extension Office
under both Laurels to Winn-Dixie for deciding to week should sound North in Starke.In .
would incur double penalties information this center and buy whatever you see. But on 301
III1S. locate their new super-super store in the familiar to experienced gardeners. But, a remember, vegetable varieties differ in the next few weeks I'll go into more
downtown area of Starke rather than brief review shouldn't hurt anyone. And, I quality. And, they vary in both disease detail about things you'll need to do to In-
Most importantly, both bills would yielding to the U.S. 301 strip motif. hope it will help those trying vegetable resistance and climatic adaptability fac- sure a successful garden. Next week will
provide $50 million a year for five yearsto gardening for the first time. tors which can be vitally important. To be about designing your garden for greater
that offer education Together with the Santa Fe Community Just about all vegetable crops can be efficiency and productivity
states drug prograins -
schools and College Starke Center, and the grown in our area, if you plant them in the
in public private
It's even fun to try things
right seasons.
elementary and secondary schools. Downtown Redevelopment project, this like asparagus, rhubarb, and globe artichokes in Bradford County .
They also favor an increased role for important move should help put the although they really aren't well- ,
the military in catching the makers and center of Starke back in the running adapted to our growing conditions. The .I "

mugglers of illegal drugs and the crea- after almost two decades of decline. most and important your family thing like is to to grow eat.vegetablesyou Timberland/ / Owners Can Qualify For IncentivesBy

tion of a "drug czar" to oversee all The first consideration in planning your
federal anti-drug programs. Under current "Laurel to the new 911 emergency garden is where to put it.You want it fairly David W.Norton
law, anti-drug efforts are under- number now functioning in most of close to your house, so it's handy to work Bradford County Forester
ineffective for lackf Bradford County, making it for in. And, you want it near an outside water
tundt-d t and often easy
are Landowners
> faucet, so that irrigation isn't a problem.But This fall, Bradford County forest land owning at least 10 acres
direction at the top. persons with telephone service to report locate the garden so it gets full owners can qualify to participate in a will agree to plant a minimum of 5 acres.
emergency situations without the delayof sunlight all day. Unfortunately, few of us reforestation incentives program spon- *Pine seedlings will be ordered from
The funding proposal is especially important looking up a number they can't enjoy that luxury. So, we have to choose sored by the Florida Forestry Association.The the Division of Forestry after sign-up at
; since President Reagan has cut remember. Callers with phones having between morning sun and afternoon sun. Florida Reforestation Incentives Program the local ASCS office.
t finds for federal participation in the 473 still In any case, plant fruiting crops, such as (FRIP) encourages private lan- Delivery fees are not reimbursable.
a exchange prefix get no *Maximum
reimbursement will be for
tomatoes, corn, cucumbers and melons downers to reforest their land by reimbur-
'I rug fight, and failed to mention any response when they dial 911 and will where they will get the most sun. Leaf androot sing them for the cost of the pine seedlings 60,000 pine seedlings ($1,500); This is
!funding in his recent drug-war pro- continue that way until Clay County crops generally can stand a little which they plant. generally sufficient to plant 80 acres,if you
posals. If, as Mr. Reagan proposed, the goes to 911 early next year. shade. Bradford County is one of 15 north desire.Chrlstmas
fight must be carried into the schools, You might want to fence your garden, to Florida counties in which this program tree plantings are not I
be done without federal 911 calls from Bradford residents with keep out nuisances. Dogs and even wild will be available. Although sponsored by eligible.
this can hardly 475, 468, or 485 prefixes are relayed in- animals such as rabbits can be a problem.A the Florida Forestry Association, the Pine seedlings available from the Division -
Hinds to back it up. stantly back to Bradford emergency fence also will serve as a trellis for pole FRIP program is a cooperative effort sup- of Forestry include: Genetically Improved -
and other that need ported by the Florida Division of Forestry, Slash Pine, Choctawhatchee Sand
In a recent message to the nation, services beans,tomatoes, crops
by through
computer Pine
Loblolly Pine and
support.In the Florida ASCS offices and Florida s Longleaf Pine.
First Lady Nancy Reagan said, "Those Gainesville.Dart some cases,you'll also have to protect forest industry. Florida's forest industry Since 1981 706 private landowners haveparticipated
who don't take an active, hostile posi- your crops from nearby trees and shrubs. funds the program by contributions of in the Florida Forestry

tion against drugs are giving their tacit to the jury and the judge in the Tree and shrub roots will compete with money and seedlings. Association's FRIP program and planted
approval to their use. People have turned vegetables for nutrients and water So, to September 15 will mark the beginning of 25,948 acres in pines. In Bradford County
their back on this problem long Steven Wayne Benson murder trial for give your crops the edge, dig a trench sign-up at local ASCS offices. Participation over the past two program years, 15 lan-
their "life sentence without parole until about one-and-a-half to two feet all will be on a first come/first serve downers have placed over 300 acres into
enough. For too long our nation denied a the year 2011" for bombing to bits his around the garden. Line one deer the basis with landowners asked to considerthe pine production.Additional information on

problem even existed. Just the other mother, step-brother, and--but for the trench with roofing paper or plastic film, following program objectives: the FRIP Program may be obtained by
(day I heard the chancellor of a major God--his sister who and fill it in again. This will form a barrier *Landowners will agree to plant the telephoning the Forestry Association's
grace of seedlings according to County Chairman, Jeff Main at 964-7342 or
university deny that students could get against the roots of nearby landscape a management
miraculously escaped. The sentence County Forester Dave Norton
plants. prescription prepared by the County 9646280ext.
kind of drug they wanted on cam- ( .
any means that Benson will serve his "life Of course, good soil is important. Unfortunately Forester. 219)
pus. The man was incredibly naive"The term" in 25 years, a neat legal trick if as backyard gardeners, most of
shocking prospect is that what is you're wealthy enough and high enoughon us have to do the best we can with the kindof

already the case in our colleges and the social scale to do it. soil we have. However, we can give our Smith Stiffer
gardens a boost by mixing in organic Urges
universities, may increasingly become An Associated Press reporter wrote: materials-things like manure and com-
he case in our public schools unless the "The bodies of Margaret Benson, 63, post. With such supplements, we can grow
vegetables even if our home soil is nothingbut Penalties For "Crack" UseThere
is dealt with on
(rack catastrophe and Scott Benson, 21, were shredded by sand.
fronts -- the home, the church, and the the force of a 27-pound explosive device

chools. implanted in their car, while the one would be no more
Friends of Library "free bite of the for
'We must create an atmosphere of in- who implanted it hastily excused first-time cocaine drug users

i-iterance for drug use in this country," himself just before the explosion and Fund Drive Proceeds under a series of sentencing ,.
Mrs Reagan continued. "We must went to the house for somehting he"forgot" revisions proposed by At- -

vach those addicts who need help so $2,188 to DateThe torney General. Jim Smiths'es'

... ... ... "We can no longer afford '
Bradford County Library would like such leniency for drugs like
Life in Starke will normalizeThe to thank the more than 120 individuals, cocaine," Smith said,referring
I businesses and families who gave to the historical sentenc-
Florida Times-Union, Wednesday, August 13, 1986 generously during the recent Friends of ing practice of putting first- t

the Library membership drive. A total of time offenders on probation. '
Residents of Starke worried about people lust sitting around waiting for $2,188 was raised,making this year's drive Smith said his proposals, ,
the town's "image" may be unduly con- the next execution while chanting 'fry the most successful ever. outlined Monday for the ,
cerned. that sucker.' The library has just acquired microfilm state's Sentencing Guide-

Last month when convicted mass What happened in Starke' is a ,com- copies of the Florida Historical Quarterly lines Commission, were prompted
is in-
issued between 1908 and 1975.This set '
killers Ted Bundy and Gerald Stano mon phenomenon. Reporters hate idle- dexed and should be a valuable resource by Florida's epidemic
ness (as do their editors). The reporterswent Florida of "crack" cocaine use.
were scheduled to be- xecuted, the exe- for all persons interested in
cutions were first stayed for 24 hours looking for local "color." Whether history during that period. Crack, sometimes cafes JIM SMITH

and then postponed. ,Most reporterswent they did a good Job is a subjective Judg-- Also on order is the 1885 U.S. Census of rock cocaine, .U a concen- Attorney General

for other stories and Flor ment. Florida, which was growing rapidly with trated form of the illegal
ida looking As a graduate of the Columbia Uni an Influx of new residents from the Northat drug that.is considered much "Statistics also show
miles down a
State Prison Is 11
only School of Journalism this time. Florida was among the few more dangerous because it la that the crack user becomes
two-lane road from Starke. Matthews states for which a special census was Intensely addictive. State a dealer or a robber,burglarlaw
should understand that
The result headlines such as authorized because of their rapid growth. enforcement official or thief to support his habit."
Starke simply experienced what media This should be a big help for genealogistssince the crack epidemic has
"Starke. Home of the Electric Chair, writer Marshall McLuhan said every it fills a gap due to the fact that the say town He also recommended'
hit city or .
and "
"Execution City. and 1890 U.S.census for Florida was destroyedby that:
one everything eventually will havein In Florida and that its use
fire 19208. The 1885 census
"Enough Is enough," a' Bradford this modern age of instant communication will help in supply the early valuable Information that crosses racial, social and -Crack be elevated to the

County Telegraph editorial said. :J5 minutes of fame.In would otherwise be missing for this period. economic boundaries. same legal status as heroin

Bradford County Telegraph editor a short time Starke will again be a Smith said stiffer penalties 'and LSD. and other narcotics.

Gene Matthews, 77, said one article por- typically pleasant rural Southern town, were severity needed of the because problem of and the Crack dealers be

trayed Starke as a "Tobacco Road-type having suffered no permanent damage the link between drug abuse sentenced to a minimum of

community occupied by bloodthirsty from Its exposure to the limelight. and other crimes. four years 1nSmith
In wants
"We've learned that even dealers who use a child or
disagree with the conclUHlon that SUrke will suffer no permanent damage from can lead to addiction," be receive harsher sentences.
ICt'rl'utyped reporting that Implant a negative Image of a town that has a lot going for Thomas J.H.non Invented the said.

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Bride ElectShower .

Social'' Side CI bNews" Janice Webb, Donald B. Brown ,' ;l HonoreeMiss

Stephanie Crawford was !
Notices honored with bridal shower Sun '
of theNews 2 Church Items Wed July 4 in Hampton Ceremony day afternoon a, August 10, at the
[;' :,,; home of Peggy Crawford and Donna

4'; h" WeddingsReceptions 1 Janice Webb, daughter of Mr. &: The attendants were Myra Webb Howsberger.Twenty-five friends and family en-
I I centered with a 5 tier cake done In
refreshments and
.:ff ; Mrs. Loyld Webb of Hampton was and Terri Ann Brown. They wore blue&:pink roses. Nuts&: mints were cake.joyed games,
/ie, Parties I.united in marriage to Donald B. pink mid-length gowns in the style of in silver serving dishes.
Brown, son of Mr. & Mrs. W.K. the Maid of Honor with pink roses in- Stephanie was presented a
Brown of Hampton on July 4, 1986 at terspersed with baby's breath. The punch table was decoratedwith Papason chair by the hostesses,
4:00: p.m. in Hampton Baptist The Flower Girls were Angel &: ferns and the grooms' cake on Donna Honsberger.McWilliams Sheila Starlingand
------'--'- in Webb. dresses of end Marlene
Church Hampton.The Hope They wore one with a watermelon basket
ceremony was performed by pink and carried baskets decoratedwith filled with watermelon, cantaloupes, Attending the shower was Wanda
Linda J. BatesAnnounces Crosby Family ReunionSet Mr. Loyld Webb, father of the bride small pink roses. coconut & bananas on the other end. Crawford, mother of the bridetobeand
with nuptial music provided by Mrs. The Ring Bearer was Matt Webb The punch was served by Theresa Carolyn Wilkerson, mother of
For 16.17
EngagementTo Aug. Carolyn Morgan and daughter, who carried a white lace pillow with Brown and Virginia Crawford. the prospective groom.
Randall E. Yon Descendants of Philip Abraham Christy Morgan.The ribbons and lace.
church decorated arch The Bride white satin Guests were greeted at the door by
and Clarissa Bragg Crosby are invited was an wore,a gown
Frank &: Edna. Knight of Starke to gather as they have each draped in pink, white & blue carna- with accented waistline covered in the groom's neice, Angela McElroy. Methodist Youth
announce the engagement and up- summer since 1943. tions with candleabras on each side. .white lace and puffed mid-length The-cake was cut and served by
Plan Salad Dinner
coming marriage of their daughter, Kathy McElroy, sister of the ,
There will be a peanut boiling The vestibule was highlighted with sleeves with a long train. She car-
Linda J. Bates, to Randall E. Yon of Saturday, August 16 at 1:00: p.m. at potted greenery with the pews mark- ried a bouquet of pink, blue & white and Virginia Crawford.The The United Methodist Youth
Starke Conklin who is the son of Bernice &: Brooker (old home place). Bring a ed with large pink&blue carnations.The e roses interspersed with baby's Bride's Book was attended by Fellowship are planning a salad din-
Harry of Melrose. chair and a cold drink. bride was given in marriageby breath decorated with cascading Angela McElroy and was decorated ner for Sunday, August 17. The din-
Evans The Bride-elect is a graduate of The main event will be Sunday, her uncle, Roy Griffis. The Best ribbons. A pearl necklace com- with a basket of gladiolas. ner will be served following the mor-
High School. August 17 at 10:00: a.m. in the Lake Man was Greg Mowry with Earl & plimented her dress. The Bride Is a 1985 graduate of ning worship.
Randall is a graduate of Terry Butler Community Center in Lake Eugene Webb, brothers of the bride, The Bride's headpiece was a Juliet Calvary Christian, School in There will be no charge for the din-
Parker High and is employed by Butler, Florida. Bring your family, serving as ushers. Cap of white seeded pearls with a Jacksonville.The ner but all donations will be given to
Lynn's Drywall in Starke. friends and lots of food. Business The Maid of Honor was the Bride's waist-length veil. Adam Hardy and family.
The wedding is planned for August and program 12:00: noon, lunch will sister,Candie Webb. She wore a blue The reception was held in the groom is a 1979 graduate of Desserts will be available.
1986 at 8:00
: p.m.at212N. BaySt., be a 1:00: p.m.If mid-length gown with over-the- Fellowship Hall and was decoratedwith Hampton Christian Academy and is
Starke. you need directions, a place to shoulder ruffles accented with a blue the 4th in mind. Red, white & employed by Davis Gas Go. in Nichols City Council
I stay or additional information call bow& sash that reached mid-length. blue streamers hung from the ceil- Gainesville. I
Nichols City Council Marilyn Vellenga, ((904)) 48S-1S44, Rt. Her hair was adorned with pink & ing with the table decorations being Following a trip to St. Augustine, '
1, Box 294B, Brooker, Fla., 32622 or blue roses. She carried blue roses interspersed red & blue with white gladiolas on the couple will reside in Hampton. DAV Dinner
Friends & Family Day Philip Nichols, 9646459. with baby's breath each table. The Bride's table was Set For Aug. 14

The members of Mt. Moviah Gospel Sing at The Disabled American Veteranswill
Social briefsLeaton hold covered dish dinner
a on
United Methodist Church cordially MethodistThere
Pine Hill
Thursday, August 14, at 7:00: p.m. in
invite to attend Family &
you our
Friends Day service, Sunday, will be a gospel sing at the Morgan, III K. H. Christian Eastern Star Supper the Pratt St. Recreation Center.
The will at 7:30
Pine Hill Methodist Church featur- meeting begin :
August 17, 1986 at 11:00
Rev. Willie Session: Jr., Pastor, ing the Thornton Family and local Ordained, Aug. 3 at Church To Have Starke Chapter 224, Order of the p.m.All
will be conducting the service. singers Saturday night, August 16 at M.S. Baptist Church Farewell Dinner Eastern Star, will have a covered members and their familiesare
: dish supper Saturday,August 16,at 7 invited to attend.
Dinner will be served after the ser- 7:30.Refreshments Sunday, August 3, at 7 00 in Heights Christian
will be served. The ; p.m. Keystone p,m. in the Masonic Hall.
vice. church is located on Brownlee Rd. Madison St. Baptist Church Leaton Church will have a farewell All Masons and their families are
Nichols City Council past the Vo-Tech. Morgan III was ordained to the fellowship dinner Sunday, August 17, invited to attend. Nichols-City Council
Pastor J. Parramore welcomes Gospel ministry. following morning worship
Report of the ordination councilwas the Women's Club Building in
everyone. given by Travis Woods with honor of Mr. & Mrs. Robert Hodge. '
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scripture reading by Rev. John The Hodges have been managing the .
.lI Hampton Highlights Davis. North Florida Christian Service Hours to-5:30: M-F Jo Ann 7s Y
Special music was provided by Camp for a number of years. They to-+Set.
Mrs. Lynette Griffis and the Bayless have accepted a pastorate in North South Sol Plaza
\ lliway Church quartet. Carolina and will be leaving next ((90_) A Speciality Gift I Shop eta
By Dolores Meng August Birthdays.... Rev. Robert Gillis, pastor of week. SlarkeSt7Victorian
.Phone 468-1915 1st Clinton Brown; 2nd Claire Madison Street Church, deliveredthe This affair will also be in honor of r
I Brunetti; 5th Tommy Meng; 7th ordination message which was Mr. & Mrs. Peter Hall and son, Accents for Bedroom or Bath
Welcomed Home. Cassie Carter; 9th Jennie Rhea, followed by the laying on of hands Joshua, who have been employed at New Shipment of "Hot Pots"Check
Mr. & Mrs. William Watson '
Mike Mowry and Gene Joy ner; 10th- with Rev. J.D. Robinson giving the the camp this summer. They will be
happy to have their daughter and Timmy Slater and Robert Swak; ordination prayer. leaving next week to go to Atlanta out the new line of Plush Pets Come meet the
., family home again after their stay in 11th Randy Scoggins and Jason At the close of the services a bible Christian College to further their Powder Puff Bears.
Germany. Jency and her children, Pons; 12th David Parker, Scott education.
was presented to Leaton from the
Evelyn, Russell, Benjamin, While supplies last Woven Willow Laundry Basket '10.88or
Rocky Branham and Derrick Jenkins; 14th membership of Madison Street Bap- Come and worship with us at Bible
I Ara and Carlie arrived in Atlanta Danny Wiggins and Kelly Bowen; tist Church. School at 9:30: a.m. and morning FREE with '60.00 or more purchase.
i, last Friday where her parents met 15th Jesse Newman. Immediately following a reception worship at 10:30: a.m. You are in- -..N........... ....
them. husband Major Fred
Jency's was held in the church fellowship vited for worship and dinner.
M. Rawcliffe, who is still stationedin AARP To Meet..... hall.
Zweibrucken, Germany, plans to On Thursday, August 21, a Mr Morgan has been called to the your
join his family in December.Then in meeting of the Bradford County pastorate of Bayless Hiway Baptist #:tOn list ELECT
all to travel to
January they plan American Association of Retired Church.
Puerto Rico for assignment there. Persons will be held at the Senior
Citizens Center in Starke, beginningat STARKE FOLKS'STORY S.
Airman Clifford Brunetti, his wife 1 p.m. ;:::

and son, Clifford Philip Brunetti, Jr. Any person fifty years of age and CHURCH OF GOD :t TIMEby .
are visiting his parents Mr. & Mrs. older is invited to attend. Special 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445 CHASTAINSchool I I4
Michael Brunetti and her parents, speakers expected to attend this Walter F. Montz, PastorWe :::
Mr. &: Mrs. Wendell Chastain of'GafnesvUfe. ,mee.ting include .Senator Irvine : Janette V. Conner
Invite to worship with b( .. :1t
p' : Clifford 1&J prf Security you
Chance and
Bobby Autry,
'i Board .
.. .
.. Attended Nursery ,
"t ., Jit .Police assignment-.in. Cheyenne. ,valuable information ? .Jo' < i
14J'o..m.- give
Wyoming, and will be on leave until legislative and health matters on Sunday School i. ....... ;.....J iliam I :::::: A ilrlighlful mid amusing. colIre /-
September 5. beneficial to AARP members. Morning Worship .. .. . 11 em ::::: I .Ii..n..f storirs for young!: District 5
Evening Service . .. . 6pm ::::: readers where thti\ will encounter -
Visitors..... Wednesday Youth . .... 7:30 pm ::::: iimntinuto tools (hat
Mr. & Mrs. Randy Scoggins and ._ Nichols City Council ::::: think and f.I.I mire whost
children, April, Eric and Thomas, ::::: I'urtositv; hikes. Ihrm to a
spent from Thursday to Sunday in ::;:; f."W'V.' exotic, land on the
Tampa and St. Petersburg. They ELECTED ::1:: other sick* of the world, and *
.. Educated locally & in Florida
visited her sister, Phyllis McClure ::: more Colleges
and children and brother Bill Meng Mail ThIS/ Coupon Today/ *
WALLCITY t Involved in Community & Civic Organizations
and family.They all enjoyed visitingand -
swimming.Mrs. Local Businesswoman
Lily Walker of High Springs,, 5- Concerned for Quality Education for Our Children
who celebrated her 91st birthday on S I II VCeit )2 St.. New York 10001
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Aug. 9, is visiting her sister-in-law, Bachelors Degree Univ. of N. Fla. Open minded. Good listener. Accessible
Please send me a of
::::: copy
Mrs. Louise Mattheus. Graduate Santa Fee Comm. College ::: LITTLE FOLKS' Hardworker willing to work for YOU to see that

daughters Mrs Madonna, Anna and Gilbert Karen,and of Id I Bradford-Union Board of Guidance Directors Clinic :f STORY TIME your goals for our school system are achieved.A .

Durham, N.C., is visiting her, d Member Florida Council on Crime
parents, Mr. & Mrs. Fran Meng,and and Delinquency t My! rhea k for $6.50 Is em/luwtl'

other relatives and friends here and Vietnam Veteran ((2 tours) .:.:. Name'_________ ____ New Voice for Our School SystemDemocrat
in Gainesville, their former home. :..a ( :::::
On Sunday they joined other fami- y THANKS FOR YOUR VOTE jt Street

ly members for a reunion and Alp ..-' Slat_ Pd Pol Adv
celebration of her mother's birthday PO POL ADV OF CONFIDENCE :.:.:.:.:. City


Did You Know.....'..:... ---r John

Donna Alexander and Carolyn 'n ; lt J I

Conklin are planning a trip for(, "!$
Volunteers of America group hometo GED TEST JASONEK Tfl
go to Disney World. They are hop- _
ing for a great time. '
The girls'are employed at Sun- : } .
shine Industries Workshop. 2 Earn State Representative : -" -
yoUr high school ,
diploma by taking
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Nichols-City Council 'the GED Test. For further information call District 13 Lindsay, Lisa, Shirley, Ed and John Jasonek

9646150. The deadline for
registering A Promise from My Family to Yours *
-? ..--:; August 14, 1986. Testing dates and times

.WE ,BUY are as follows: I grew up learning to care about family values. I know that our

ALUMINUMCANS strength as a community will come from the strength of our

Aug. 18 & 19 Aug. 20 & 21 families. My promise to you is to ALWAYS CONSIDER YOUR

HOM-WED-ffRI. 1:00: p.m. 6:30: p.m. FAMILY when making important decisions on important issues.

3:00: p.m. 8:15: p.m.
309 CENTER St.

Starke. Fl 6:30: p.m. t + PROPERTY TAXES -I I am' against ANY increases in property

964-4060 8:15: p.m. taxes. I disagree with opponent on this Issue. I want to KEEP

I.. the homestead exemption because working people trying to

raise a family need a tax break:

VOTE AND ELECT + DRUGS I believe that the spread of drugs is now our

W.R. "BILL"ALDERMAN number one enemy. Nothing can hurt a family more. I I will work

with our law-enforcement officials to make sure that we get the

resources to stop the spread of drugs in our small counties.


'1'',,' I COUNTY DISTRICT COMMISSIONER 4 '( + LISTENING No one can know your family's needs If they

,'f'J,\\A. do not listen. As your representative I will have, a Mobile Office

: -'. Your Vote & SupportWill that can have office hours in ALL our communities. 't. ,

Be Appreciated i -
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I Heartfelt Thank-You ExtendedThe I

THE FAMILY? pastor and members of Also to the numerous friends who
Bayless Hi way Baptist Church wantto stood by and everyone who has call- ; -
By Rev. Ed Kirkland extend our sincere thanks and appreciation ed and offered help in any way To HotelDowntown
the Seventh Advent Church who Magnolia
Lake Church to the following who wereso Day
Pastor Baptist
Kingsley kind and helpful to us in our offered their church for us to hold
CONTRACT MARRIAGESAfter disaster Sunday night: services until we can rebuild. For
Starke from
Post Office
Mr. Harvey McCarthy of the the prayers and sympathy offeredby across ,
Someone has said that contracts Heilbronn Springs Volunteer Fire everyone. We cannot begin to express -
this article was printedCverul were made to be broken. You don't Dept. ; Lawtey Volunteer Fire our thanks and appreciation.
months ago I received CIphme need a contract agreement between Dept.; The L.W.C.I. Volunteer Unit; Also to the Bradford County Rooms for Rent
cull from a woman who ex. you. What you do need is an unbreakable New River, Brookcr and Theressa School System who offered us the
pressed her appreciation .Jor it. committment.Ed Volunteer Units; Rescue 61 of Brad- use of Starke Elementary Cafeteria
Because of her needs and Try suspicion Kirkland Is pastor of Kingsley ford County; The Sheriff's Dept. of May God bless each one who had a Nightly Weekly Monthly
hat uther'lIlIhare the same experiences Lake Baptist Church on Highway Ifi Bradford County Also a special part in sharing our loss with us.
I am reprinting It this at Kingsley Lake. To contact him thanks to the following members of Sunday School and church ser Nightly-800 From '35 WeeklyNichols
week I trust It may help someone concerning a personal need In your the American Red Cross of Jackson. vices will be held at the Seventh Day
else./ If It does, let me know. family or In response to an article ville, Fla. who furnished Advent Church on Rd. 100 West of
Many times when a couple simply call his office 533-2018 or refreshments and first aid for the Starke until further notice.
reaches the point where they are not write to: HOW.'S THE FAMILY? workers: Mr. Fredrick McComick, Everyone is welcome. .Nh._...,, ,
getting along very well, they find Kingsley Lake Baptist Church, Rt. /, Director, Misses Linda & Michelle Rev. Leaton Morgan; III, Pastor -
themselves wondering what ever Box S8S. Starke FL. 32091. Your Taylor and Misses Dana & Tammy The members of City Council
happened to the wonderful person name or address will not be printed. Melton. Bayless Hlway Baptist Church /'
they married. If you are In that position -
then you probably feel like your
husband or wife is no longer helpingyou
emotionally at all. Maybe you
feel like all they are doing is tearingyou
down, instead of building article
If that is the case, then this
is tailor made" for you. You see, a
very common problem is what I call
contract marriage'. A contract
marriage is one where the husband -
and/or wife decide on what terms 0.-1 Leq.
they will love their partner and be m 1JY17
happy to spend the rest of their lives If you find=-

with The them.terms lire never written out, ,;iL, [ a lower sale

but they might as well be. This is / ///r g price on school
because either before you were mar supplies bring
ried, or shortly thereafter, you AMERICAS: FAMILY DRUG STORE -qy: that ad tor z.
developed( a picture of what marriage .
would provide for you. k 10 Eckerd. We'll-
Now I know what your are saying, n ta .. meet that prlc .

"I have absolutely no hidden agenda and save you
for my marriage. No preconceivedideas.
Only perfect purity and ojjen- ;,; -iJ running
ness is my goal. I am, after all; probably Sale prices good thru :store to sto
the most perfect) mate I know. Saturday August 16th.
The problem is, well, the jerk I'm
married to."

Before your love and devotion 1'I: : starts to ooze off the page, let me J ,
give you a simple way to find out just r7k
how pure your motives really are. i- __ II II II II II
All you need to do is simply make a
list of what you expect out of marriage -
In other words, why did you- II IIII
get married? List as many specific
things as possible before reading on. IIII
Since .sveboth know you didn't list
them->et, let me tell you what we're
looking for. Statements like, "I I I I II I Ir \
wanted someone to help me be a better
person." or "Someone to help me II IIII
with my problems." or finally, "So
meone to have children with. 11
We will not even address the third I ', II Mkton

statement that alone is because grounds many for you would to seek feel I W I I I II! 1e I I p wuhae of y ':
serious psychological help. The IVORY DISH LIQUID COCA-COLA e
point is this, look back over those I me 22-OZ.*wflacti Limit bra 3 orfn 110" TRAVELERSTISSUE II I PRODUCTS 8-PK.12.02. CANS I I 2-UTER PRODUCTS I I CA135 PRINT HIM or CI110 I
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anything which stands out? .. .
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when they are unlovable and even ECKERD Pencils 6-pack ..................................................................... 3/1.00 Price reflects label offer ..,.,... ................................................ 1.69 Energlzer Halogen Flashlight Reg 7.49 ,...__.._?___.... 549 I
when they seem not to return the Dictionary .......... ........................,..................??............................................ 1.49 Clearasll Vanishing or Covering 65-oz.. or Adult Care .6-oz. 2.29 GE Steam Dry Iron #F379BL... ........... ....... .._.__.. 12.88 I
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CouncilDid Texas Instruments Calculator #30III Reg. 1499 .............. .. 9.99 Nature Made Vitamin B-6 50 mg. 100 tablets ...............,. .. 1.97 Duracell; ".MpBa erles 4-pack ............. .. ..........................................1.99
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Entire Stock of Picture Frames Reg 199 to 999 .. 40%'" Off
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have Eckerd Epsom Salt 4-Ibs. Reg!\" 149 ......,................................... .. 99 Ansco 35mm'Camera #pocket 335 Reg Reg.31.99 ....,.?...,..,.?.,..,.,?.??..?.. 26 2.99.M
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after a 3 1/2 week stay due to the Sweater Dryer with Airflow Netting Reg. 499 3.49 Cleaner 1-oz. or Conditioning Solution 4-oz. .. 4.29 Maxell VMS M20 Blank Video Tape .,..,.,.....?................................._ 4.88
sudden death of her mother, Mrs. Mr. Coffee Filters Box of 100 !Reg 99 ... .......... 67 Acutrlm Acutrlm II or Acutrlm Late Day 20 Tablets ... 4.29 -
Emilie Jahrling. Glad Handle-Tie kitchen Bags 13gal., Box of 10 991 Neosporln Ointment Yz-oz. Limit 2 .......... ............................ .. 2.39 3 ORS oyc'T ,1-
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Rubbermaid'* Lilt-lid Wastebasket t t ..... ........ .. 9.99 Johnson & Johnson Dental Floss 50, -yards ..................... .. 1.09 IYP 103.00 ON '
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During the training, students
learned the duties of a tank I I
crewman, including the firing of the .

tank's armament They also received and small In- ; : : 1 ::::: : : : I

weapons.struction in field radio operation, We have 400 Eckerd Brand" Equivalent Bayer 100 Tablets or Maximum' 60 Tablets Limit 2 ........ .. 2.39 -\M::::\: .

map reading and tank maintenanceand prescription drugs that carry the PAQ. seal and I'((764))

repair. can save you up to 50%. To an Eckerd Pharmacist, See the yellow pages for the Eckerd Drug {.] ....]:. II..,' OO{.], IJ'.l'l ,of:'''!
Nichols-City Council nothing's more Important than your health. nearest you. We reserve the right to limit '_ '

@r quantities. Limit one rebate per customer. VISA [J u..=t t.tei

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Brooker- -;,'
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estimate for cleaning the lot would Stalnaker read
: In the event the exceed Holder's letter of number of hours he currently left to the discretion of Raulerson, council' had .
property owner possibly $1,000, and the city resignation, which devotes to no authority" In the mat
I does not reimburse the city, a lien may wait years for its money. for his decision. Robinson gave no said reason that his time should policing be the town, but felt without any formal agreement bet ter,and was really not informed how
would be placed on the property. Adams suggested the council get Holder has not turned in his equip- proportion to the number compensated in ween the parties. to assist O'steen, since city attorney
Councilman Carl Edwards made a estimates on cost of clean-up before ment,and has not claimed payment worked. of hours Roger Blinn was not in attendance.
motion to have the property cleanedup taking further action. for services rendered from July 1-15. Rezone Request... Robinson advised O'Steen to put her
,and bill the
owner. It was pointedout Neither Raulerson
that the city would probably be members could offer nor council Hourly rates Ms. Mary O'Steen met with the request In writing, and she would ;
Holder .. any explanation were discussed and council to request the rezoning of contact Blinn ,
forced to place a lien on the property Resigns. for the resignation. abandoned. After a for the next step.
some discussion
,and wait several years for collec-- Robert Holder, assistant to acting Adams proposed that lot from commercial to residential Stalnaker pledged cooperation of the
tion. Liens Raulerson be allowing a mobile home to be located council in the
of this type are collected marshal Tommy Raulerson, surprised raised from $200 month processing request.
per $350 thereon.
upon sale of the property. Edwards almost everyone by resign. Pay Raise... month. The motion O'Steen was disappointed in failing
per carried. Clerk
withdrew the motion, when the ing, effective July 15.! Raulerson offered to increase the Days and hours to be worked were Robinson explained that the to receive an immediate answer.

II 1 Schools Open ELECT

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frontpage students. Students should report to Principal Jesse Moree's projections.SS .
Immunizations... their grade level class room. Grade students should report to tables Richard Philip NicholsCity
Parents need to be reminded that levels will be posted on classroom out front to be registered when they
proof of immunization must be provided doors. arrive.Teachers will he duty outsideto Councilman Group 5
by students before they can Lawtey Elementary hours are direct students to the proper
enter school. Students already about 7:45 a.m. to 2 p.m. Some 415 classroom. SS classroom
enrolled in Bradford school do not students are expected, up from 392 assignments will be posted by noon A Businessman with 20 years experience.
have to again supply immunization last year.Someone will be on duty to Friday, Aug. 22. '
information, but students never direct students where to go on open- Bradford Middle School hours are Vietnam Veteran
entered before, Including ing day.Starke. 8:10: a.m. to 2:50: p.m. 815 studentsare Member Florida National Guard
kindergarten students,must providethe Elementary hours are 7:55: expected, a little lower enroll-
proof of immunizations. a.m. to 2 p.m. Assistant Principal ment due to a small sixth grade. A Graduate of Santa Fe Jr. College
Mike Hartley says some 650 studentsare Upon arrival opening day, students f v
School Schedules... expected,about the same as last should report to'the BMS gym for 1I, ( Home Telephone 964-6459
year. Classroom rolls will be postedon directions to the property !
Brooker Elementary hours are doors Friday, Aug. 22, so parents classroom. c 1 o :
from Principal 7:45 a.m.Bill to McRae 2 p.m.expects 130 and students can locate the Bradford High School hours are > r A Vote for Nichols Could Save You Dollars
classroom to report to opening day. from 8:10 to
: a.m. : Dr. Al ,
students, about the last -
same as fr
Southside Elementary hours are Rother, principal, projects about
year. Students should report to the Your Support Will Be Appreciated oo.
front of the school opening day. from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. About 650 student 1,100.students. up about 50 from last .
are expected a little under year.James
Hampton Elementary hours are
from 7:45 to 2 Principal
: a m.
Marv Ann Kyle evpv p.m.s nhoiit is" ..............................................................................*

SFCC RegistrationContinues "Cobbie" Vote For and Elect HAROLD WATERS I

Aug. 25 I r County Commissioner District 4 tI

Are #1

Aug.Registration 25 for the continues Fall Term through at the M Man For The People"I
Starke Center of Santa Fe Community PrioritySchool I
College (the former Bradford
County courthouse built in 1902)) ....- Board Dist. 2 I have visited hundreds of homes in the past I

which Regular opens registration Aug. 26. continues December 17, 1981 TELEGRAPH Page 3.\ two weeks, and heard first hand the problemsthat

through Aug. 22 from 10 a.m. to 4 LCI Gives Van to Lawtey concern the people in District 4. I feel
m. Monday-Friday at the Starke
Center.p These is a special evening ... But Kids Have these problems can be solved if WE ALL work
from 6-8 Tuesday, Priority
'. registration p.m. together for the betterment of our com-
Aug. 19. The final day of regular A new 15-passenger van has been of town games.
registration is set from 10 a.m. to 4 given[ to the kids of Lawtey by the 'As all of us know Lawtey is big in munities. JLAM I listening, I AM.concerned, and
p.m. Monday, Aug. 25. Fees are due Lawtey Correctional Institution, but recreation for the kids... bigger than : if elected, I WILL represent the people in
Aug. 25.Schedule. the town can use it for other purposeswhen anybody in the -=. l:,
adjustments can be the ball players don't need it. Starke,"said county except maybe i' .,.. District 4.j .
made 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. Supt. James Wainwright of Wainwright. t ; V, Look for me I will continue door to door
" opening day, Aug. 26. Lawtey The van is used and has a lot of miles I. ," my
Labor Day (Monday, Sept. 1) is a Correctional Institution gave the keys on it,but LWCI put it in good shape and ? f' campaign until I cover District 4.
holiday. to Mayor Marvin Rosier at the Dec.7 d- painted it alight tan. J' .
Sept. 9 is the final day to drop ty council meeting the only stipulation Mayor Rosier expressed the town's t.t .IlAttt.+.1 @ Thank YouHAROLD
I courses and receive a refund. being that it be available whenever the appreciation for the van. :. I

classes Nov. and 19 is have the the final courses day to removed drop- young athletes need to be hauled to out R.pvuuIronraradford Ct.ri4p spa ,.. 'M. WATERS
from student records. *******************************************************************************

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I'agr KTKI.KfiKAIMl August 14. IflHU

Telegraph Welcomes '.'y' .\. ,,:'"r i'f,;ro"t: ::', "... ,

Loper Expects Good Season from BHS' (' '. :. .

New Church FeatureWe

"We look forward to a good girls team. Robert Thorpe will be Adams and Angie Cohens, who are ners are committed to the pram
season," says Coach George Loperof boys team captain. The first matchis sprinters on the BHS girls track and how hard they are willing to
are proud to introduce our will/ not run the same church again the upcoming 1986 cross country Sept. 13 at the Bishop Kenny In- team; junior Barbara Harris who is work and sacrifice to do the very
church page and invite you to be a until we run other churches track team which is set to begin vitational.Returnees. coming back out: freshmen Ramona best they can to reach their poten-
part of it. We will run a message messages that have been submitted. practice Friday Aug. 15. include the girls who Tennant, Michelle Strickland, tial, the coach states.
each week from ministers of churches The messages will run in the order Runners are asked to report 16 have won the District 2 championship Milissa Backus, Rhonda Bryant Boys committed to come are
in Bradford County. If your that they are submitted.We Coach Loper at the Bradford Middle two years in a row and were There is also a possibility that junior Robert Thorpe, who will be
church is interested in having your School gym at 9 a.m. Aug. 15. third at state in the fall of 1905. sophomore Terry Kittles and senior captain; senior Coltrane Felton,
message appear, please type com- also will print special events Anyone interested in grades 9-12: is Returnees include juniors Lone Sharon Hamilton will come out. juniors Mark Marshall and Dennis
ments doubting spacing and have that are occuring at your church in invited to come out the coach says. Sapp, Lisa Tierney and sophomores Depending on who comes out for Glover, senior Cory Roberts, and
them brought to the Telegraph will the upcoming week. If you have a Last year's squad was made up of Christy Harrell and Robin Manning.Lost BHS and what teams lost what per- freshmen Roger Padgett, Bennie
Monday noon of each week. We pease program or event occuring six girls and seven boys but the boys to the squad is Chrissie sonnel from their 1985 teams BHS Jackson, Keith Thompson, Derrick
run one message a week and in order write it up and submit it to squad was decimated by injuries Anders who moved, and Kelley will again definitely be a 1986 con- Byrd.
to give all churches an opportunity... our office by noon Monday each academic deficiencies and didn't. Jackson. tender for district region and state The boys have potential. "They
to h'tvo thnir; rntecrnftn finnon1 week. finish the season. Newcomers to the girls team will honors, says Coach Loper. All this just need go get it together and makeIt
Lori Sapp will be captain of the be juniors Felicia Davis Kim will depend on how much the run- work," Loper says.

USDA Commodity Distribution Dates Set I I

Sumannee River Economic Council Inc., announces the distribution of
USDA commodities. You qualify to receive commodities if you:
.Receive Food Stamps ELECT SCOTT ROBERTSfor
Required:Letter of Decision
OR Receive AFDC
Required: Medicaid Card
OR Receive SSI
Required: Medicaid Card ,
OR Meet the income guidelines below:
Beginning August I, 19115!
1 $ 6.968 $ SKI $134
2 0.412 785 181 2
3 11,856 988 228 t .
"4 ....300 1,192 275
5 16,741 1,396 322 .
6 19,188 1,599 369 b. Dedicated, Sincere & Competent
7 21,632 1.801: 416 __

Eaili II additional I member 24,076+ $2,444 2,007$201 $17 463 DEDICATED: Born and Raised in Bradford CountyA

Commodities must be picked up only at the sites designated on the card.
You must present your current card to receive commodities You or either of background of Community & Civic Involvement.
two designated alternates may pick up the commodities.
Certification recertification or replacement of a lost card will be done at
the Outreach Center. None will be issued however during distribution. (Exception -
: outlying areas will be recertified during distribution due to distanced -
involved.. SINCERE: Someone who cares about attaining Higher

Special Notes: special days are set aside for the exclusive distribution to
the elderly and handicapped. If you have trouble standing, please bring a Education for the Bradford County School System.
folding lawn chair so you can be more comfortable.
USDA's Emergency Food Assistance program is available to all eligible
recipients regardless of race color, national origin, age, sex or handicap.
Distribution sites and dates are as follows: COMPETENT
Graduated from
Starke : University Florida in Business

August 21, 1986 RJE Old School Building 10:30: a.m.-4:00: p.m.
August 22, 1986, RJE Old School Building, 9:00: a.m.-l:30: p.m. Administration

August 25, 1986, Recreation Center Lawtey(Middleburg Rd.) 10:00: a.m.-2:00: p.m. Currently a General Agent with George Roberts
August 19, 1986, Hampton City Hall Brooker, 10:00: a.m.-2:30 p.m. Insurance, Inc.

August 20, 1986 Brooker City Hall Speedville 10:30: m.-l:30: p,m. YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT APPRECIATED

August 20, 1986 Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, 10:00: m.-l-30:: p.m. PD POL ADV
Please bring a box or bag to put your commodities in. ,

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j but a hospital for Sinners

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"Flowers for All Occasions"U.S. Seeber Goodman & Personnel FURNITURE "When You Care Enoughto
Send the Very Best"
301 South 1011 N. Temple Avenue Kim & Jan Johnson
Near Bradford Sq Shopping Center
964-7954 964-5899 964-1771


Distinguished, Caring Servicefor Worship at the Church !
"Home of the Footlong Steak" Nigh to God and He
Over 50 Years
of Your Choice This Weak
1212 N. Temple Will Draw Nigh to You" James 4:8 .
: fe: Steve & Cindy Futch &Staff J.D. Jr. & Vernle P. Odom
9&45&7BRADFORD 964-5288 514 E. Nona 964-6200-Keystone 473-3178 393 N. Temple Ave..1S4-7700

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" encourage you to worship Dimple Overstreet & Staff Management"The Best Way& Employees to Go" "The Price Is Right" ,;

this week & every week 117 S. Thompson Street 1290 N. Temple Avenue Stale Road 225 at US 301 -lawtey

964-6881 964-5780 .. wtw 9648744DOUGLAS 782-3017



DODGE, INC. "Serving You First" N rdt Rebuild Starters, Service that Is Distinguished,

"We're Committed to Serving You" 441 W. Madison Street bfs Alternators & GeneratorsAuto Professional Thoughtful
coe aRe .
802 N. Oak
U.S. 301 South Marine Cycle Batteries 964-7905
964.6081CEDAR 964-5237 or 964-6313 407 N.Temple 984-7911 Carl D. HalleStarke'3
Sonic years ago I had a private secretarywho

RIVER GRIFFIS & SONS guarded and protected my schedule almost LYNN'S CUSTOM to ...... Community
Sunday : lix te\ercly and U>a fault. She gave most State
SEAFOOD / FIBERGLASS WORKS Psalm people the third-degree of questioning when DRYWALL & ... Bonk
24 1-10 thcycamc to oHUe without an >ointmciit. .
my upi of Storke
"We Encourage You to Attend a PLASTERING INC.
The Best Seafood In Town MondayPsalm But day one little person Rot passed
Worship Services at the Church every Wall only Home
"Your Complete Dry Plastering Owned
her ulihout much questionlien this
Ave. BO as a
236 S. Temple
of Your Choice"US 42 1-11 little girl finished kindergarten downstairs she & Stuccoing Needs"Hwy.111 Independent Bank
964-5685 301 North 964-9531 TuesdayPsalm Starka S64S517HURST'S JUS.Walnut
would cluhh upstairs, run puss the secretary M4-7IM
who waved her on hi.and tdic'd come crashing -
LETA'S FLORIDA 139 1-24 Into my office always us welcomed as a freshWednesday ORIAN WELLS

Psalm breath of Hpring.1iy EXXON SERVICE CHEVROLET-OLDS INC.
US 1-21 -. \\ ? She was my daughter! It was not a
Family Hair Care Center" ThursdayIsaiah mutter of WHAT she had done nor what she "24 Hour Wrecker Service" Management & Staff
Officers Directors
114 N. Walnut Street wanted with me that nave her Immediate 987 N. Temple Avenue Hwy. 301 North .
61-13 access to me. It was WHO SHE WAS.
& Staff 964-6111 964.7500CORBETT'S
Friday And when we approach God It8 not In
Revelation ternm oFwlml we know or clon't know;not what
Jewelry NAPA AUTO 4.r-n we have done or not done,but rather,WHO we BEAUTIQUECostume
PARTS STORE"All Saturday are More accurately, WHOSE we are. Jewelry, Cosmetics & TIRES & SERVICE
& Gift GalleryBibles 59-14 Revelation We are Ills. "W ore the children of God Fragrances for Men &Women Complete Tire Shop
the PartsIn and! If then helm heirs of God and
Gifts & Jewlery Right children Across from Bradford Square & Auto Repairs
fellow heirs with Christ ." (Rom. 8:16,17)Copyngi
104 W. Call Street All the Right Places" &a.ewabs. 417C Edwards Road 402 N. Temple Hwy 301 N.
18-N8ee"pn *10M r W .8-w.plOM SwwOM.f O Boa M09 C"MMIn./M.VA 22MAjgfefefr
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LODGE AUTO SALES : : Restaurant PARTS CENTER CO. & Equipment
'":'" 'Tfl South Ml Plaza
"Worship This Week and Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine ff
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'7.77 Every Pair Every Day All of Us at Western Steer "Love Is Good For You" Superior Quality Homesat Catfish Johnson & Employees CORP.
Open 6 Days We encourage you to U.S. 301 South 925A N. Temple Avenue Affordable Prices 107 E. Call Street
worship at your church every weeK. Mark Mullins & Employees
4178 Edward Road 164-4071 9848081Coil 964-4582 HWY. 301 South 984-6633 9644324HOMETOWN:

FAMILY HAIR Ann's Azalea This feature is made possible by the APPLIAHCILRENTAL TV & ANDREWS
& Blueberry FarmAll DRUGS "
DESIGNERSPrecision Nature Sings of Jesus above firms who are 100 % interestedin OF STARKE
Hair Cutting Located off 100 South towards "Don't Get the Runaround Ervin Andrews -
for the Entire Family Keystone take right on 24th this community. Rent at Hometown" 984-7170
870 NW McMahon St 964-7303 Street,follow signs 984-7109. 617 N. Temple 984-6424


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14, 19116 TELEGRAPH Page 9,1icGn

9 t, ,7fAU U ,

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rr Brooker Smarties... '
+Wn { : ,, These students at Brooker Elementary School made straight A's on
H .t. their report cards for the final six week grading period.

From left to right on the front row: Matthew Jordan Michael Myers.
Amanda Miller and Rita RaymoH.
On the back row: Julie Robinson Shondre Levels Amy Crews Larry
t ParriKh Saul Urrutia and Matt Crosby.

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StarkeSeventhday .

l Jr Adventist

Christian Academy

f/l 1649 W. Madison St. (Hwy. 100)) Starke Florida

? A # Grades 1st thru 8thIs

Y } i Your Child Receiving a Christian Education?
Starke SDA Christian Academy has a few openings for

students grades 18. Registration will be through August 18th.

Call for an appointment at 964-4016 or 9647187. Instructor is

Melva Manasco with a BGS from Rollins College of Winter Park

and a MED from University of Central Florida. Individual in-

struction for all students. Classes begin on August 18 at 8:00

.p r 1r! r A e ; n. : '4; a.m. REGISTRATIONThrough

August 18, 1986

School Opens August 18thLegal

I Notices --- .

INVITATION TO BID NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday September 10, 1986; otherwise a judgment titious name under the aforesaid the description of the property, and the charges under the provisions of Section
Notice It h.r.by glv.n that sealed bids August 18, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock may be entered against you for therelief statute. names In which It was assessed or. as 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of Lading.
will be received by the City of Starke for A.M. the undersigned, Gator demanded In the Petition. Dated this 12 day of August A.D. In follows Gator Freightwoys, Inc., Carrier
on. ((1)I) 13.8KV Grounding Transformer Frelghtways, Inc., will sell at public auction WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Bradford County. Certificate: No... 114 11-743776 dtd 6/16/86
Bids will be received at the City Hall City for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Court on this 5 day of August, 1986. 8/144tchg9/4 1 Year of Issuance.... 1983 8/14 2tchg 8/21
of Stark. until 1:30: PM Tuesday, Fla., one lot of sofas consigned to GILBERT S. BROWN CLERKBY Description of Property....#3322 lot 1 of
August 19, 1986 for furnishing the equipment Direct Furn. Fac. Outlet, Jacksonville, : Martha S. Johns IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Blk 15 In L.T. & COS S/D. Sec:28,
described In the Contract Fla., to satisfy freight and storage DEPUTY CLERK JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Twp.6.S.R.:22. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
Documents Proposals will then and charges, under the provisions of Section 8/7 4tchg 8/28 BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. Name In which assessed..Clarence REGISTER
there b. opened and publicly read 4b) of Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. CASE NO.: 86.322 WilliamsAll FICTITIOUS NAME

aloud. Contract Documents may b. examined Gator Freightways, Inc., Carrier IN RE: The Marriage of of said property being In the County Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida
and obtained at the office of 16.777549 dtd 6/16/86 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE CAROLYN LYNN McLENDON of Bradford State of Florida. Statutes notice is hereby given that the
W.M. Weldon City of Starke City Hall 8/7 2tchg 8/14 Notice Is hereby given that I I. Dolph E. Wife, Unless such certificate or certificates undersigned, Hilda D. Johnson Susan L.
P.O. Drawer C, Stark., FL 32091. Reddish as sheriff of Bradford County shall be redeemed according to law the Sheets Patricia R. Johnson Rt. 3, Bex
8/7 2tchg 8/14 Florida under and by virtue of Writ of andRE. McLENDON property described In such certificate or 322 Keystone Heights, joint owners, doing .
NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday Execution to-wlt: Husband. certificates will be sold to the highest business under the firm name of
August 18, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock Execution Issued out of County Courtof NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTYTO bidder at the court house door on the AAA Bail Bonding Agency 1755 N. Temple
, NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO A.M. the undersigned Gator Bradford County, Florida pursuant to : R.E. McLENDON 17th day of September 1986. Ave., Starke, Intends to register said
REGISTER Frelghtways Inc., will sell at public auc- a Final Judgement for Charley E. Johns RESIDENCE UNKNOWNYOU Dated this 29th day of July 1986. fictitious name under the aforesaid
FICTITIOUS NAME tion for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Agency Inc. of Starke, Florida and ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on action GILBERT S. BROWN CLERK statute.
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Fla., one lot of Roach-Ant Aerosol against Laura Ann Whisenant, defendant for Dissolution of Marriage has Signature: BY: Beulah Moody Dated this 12th day of August A.D.
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the consigned to Kenco Chemical Co., to In the amount of $263.00 togetherwith been filed against you and you are required Clerk of Circuit Court of 1986 In Bradford County.
undersigned Kervle H. Comboss and satisfy freight and storage charges, costs of collection. to serve a copy of your written Bradford County Florida8144tchg94 8/l4 4tchg 9/4
Irene H. Combass, Rt. 3, Box HIS under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of Have seized and have In my posseslonthe defenses, If any to it, on thePetitioner'sWife's
Storks, Fla., sole owners, doing Uniform Stai.dard Bill of Lading. following described personal property attorney, whose
businesswidec the. firm.name-.oI The. ? Gotor Frelghtways, Inc., Carrier to-wit: v name and address Is: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH

X Chi '. ..-, S.&,35th Street,.ttark.m. .., 14-768545 dtd 4/2/86 1980 Chevrolet Chevette .R.,.., Green, Jr Notice of ApplicationFor JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
Florida Intends to register sold fictitious ,.- 8/72tchg8/14 I 1.D. No. 1B6S9AA154301 Green & Hobbs, P.A. Tax Deed BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA.
name under the aforesaid statute. As the property of the above named P.O. Drawer 938 NOTICE j IS HEREBY GIVEN that R.C. CASE NO.:86-332
Dated this 4th day of August A.D., NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday defendant and that on Monday the 25th Starke, Florida 32091 Dampier the holder of the following certificates MARGERY HOUSER COLLEY.
1986 In Bradford County. August 18, 1986 at 10.00 o'clock day of August 1986 at 2:00: P.M. on sold and file the original with the Clerk of the : has filed said certificates for a Plaintiff
8/7 4tpd 8/28 A.M. the undersigned Gator day on the premises of the Bradford above styled Court on or b.for.S.ptemb.r tax deed to be Issued thereon The certificate vs.
Frelghtways Inc., will sell at public auction County Jail, I will offer for sale and sell 24, 1986; otherwise a judgment numbers and years of Issuance, J. F. KICKLITER et. al.,
i for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville to the highest bidder for cash In hand may be entered against you for the the description of the property and the Defendants.
, INTENT TO ACQUIRE Fla., one lot of liquid fertilizer consigned the above described property of said relief demanded In the Petition. names in which It was assessed or. as NOTICE OF ACTION TO QUIET TITLE
I PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL to Cross Country Ext. Chipley, defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Ex WITNESS my hand and the seal of said follows:: TO REAL PROPERTYTO
SERVICES BY Fla., to satisfy freight and storage ecution. Court on this 6th day of August, 1986. Certificate No....135 : The known and unknown heirs of
COMPETITIVE SELECTIONThe charges, under the provisions of Section Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff GILBERT S. BROWN CLERKBY Year of l.suanc..1983 LEONARD W. KICKLITER (sometimes.
Bradford County School Board 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. Bradford County, Florida : Linda L. Pearce Description of Prop.rty.4308 Com at spelled "KICKLIGHTER"his wife, both) and deceased MARIA and L
Starke, Florida, In accordance with Gator Freightways, Inc., Carrier 7/31 4tchg 8/21 Deputy Clerk NE Cor o? NW 1/4 of SE 1/4 8 Run W KICKLITER ;
and unknown heirs of
all of the known
Florida Statutes 287.005, shall conduct 01-803954 dtd 5/21/86 8144tchg94NOTICE 210FT for a P.B Then Run S 105FT W
all believed to be
open competition In the selection of aProfessional 8/7 2tchg 8/1/I 210FT. N 105FT E 210FT to POB Sec 32 the following persons
'. Architect.Selection is hereby given that on Monday TWP 6 S, R-22 EDNA B.
shall be based upon, but not August 25, 1986 at 10.00 o'clock Name In which assessed.Floro
, limited to: capabilities, adequacy of personnel NOTICE is hereby given that on Mon DIVISION: A.M. the undersigned Gator Mulberry Estate widow DOROTHY CLAIRE KICKLITER
past record and experience, day August 18, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock SOUTHEAST MORTGAGE COMPANY Frelghtways, Inc. will sell at public auction All of said property being in the County single, HAZEL KICKLITER and HUSBAND
willingness to meet time and budget requirements A.M. the undersigned Oator Plaintiff for cosh at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville of Bradford State of Florida. MRS. BARBARA E. CONWAY widow
location, and recent & current Freightways, Inc., will sell at public auc- Fla., one lot of garden hose consigned Unless such certificate or certificates MRS. CARRIE SUDDATH and husband
work loads. vs. Pace 5 Fla., to satisfy shall be redeemed according to law the
tion for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville CHRISTOPHER D, KNIPE and JUDYR. to Tampa CARL SUDDATH MRS. ALLIE STRANGEand
Those Individuals or firms wishing Fla., one lot of gaskets consignedto KNIPE his wife, freight and storage charges under the property described In such certificate or husband T.E. STRANGE, MRS. FAN.
consideration who have not previouslyfiled ECS, Pembroke Pines, Fla., to satisfy Defendants. provisions of Section 4b( ) of Uniform certificates will be sold to the highest NIE CUNNINGHAM and husband JAMESA.
their qualification forms with freight and storage charges, under theprovisions NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Standard Bill of Lading. bidder at the court house door on the CUNNINGHAM G.W. THOMAS JR.
the Superintendent's office are Invited to of Section 4b( ) of Uniform DEFENDANT Gator Freightways. Inc., Carrier 17th day of September, 1986. and wife, E. AUDREY THOMAS PAULINE
.; do so by 9 a.m.. August 28, 1986 and Standard Bill of Lading. CHRISTOPHER:D. KNIPE Pro. 04.785233 dtd 5/5/86 Dated this 29th day of July. 1986. THOMAS EDENFIELD and husband G. L.
shall not be considered.The Carrier 8/14 1 2tchg 8/21 GILBERT S. BROWN CLERK
failing same Gator Freightways, Inc., ADDRESS UNKNOWNLast EDENFIELD as sole heirs of MRS. GATHA
of this selection Is for all Signature: BY: Beulah M. Moody
scope Pro. -802955 dtd 5/16/86 known address: 628 Plnewood THOMAS S.C. KICKLITER and wife,
plans additions, renovations, repairs 8/7 2tchg 8/14 Drive, Stark., Florida 32091 Clerk of Circuit Court of ETHEL MAE KICKLITER and all persons
remodeling or construction needed for AND ALL OTHERS WHO MAY BE CON NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday Bradford County Florida claiming by through under or against
Science Lab Auditorium and minor projects CERNED: August 25, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock 8/14 4tchg 9/4 them their heirs, successors trustees,
less than 100000.00 for Bradford NOTICE I. hereby given that on Monday YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED of an ac. A.M. the undersigned Gator grantees or assigns who claim or may
County Schools. August 18/1986 at 10:00 o'clock tlon to foreclose a mortgage on the Frelghtways, Inc., will sell at public auction claim an Interest in the described parcel
Interviews of the three best qualified A.M. the undersigned Gator In Bradford County for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR 01 land.
firm will begin at 5 p.m., September 8, Freightways, Inc., will sell at public auc following Florida property Fla., one lot of sofa consigned to BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED AN ACTION .
1986 at the School Board Office, 582: tion for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Lot 9:, Block I. PINEHAVEN accordingto Avon Furniture, Coral Springs Fla., to PROBATE DIVISIONFile TO QUIET TITLE TO THE FOLLOWING -

North Temple Avenue, Stark., Florida. Fla., one lot of carrier racks consigned plot thereof In Plat Book 2, Page 65, satisfy freight and storage charges, Number .1.3755. LAND IN STARKE BRADFORD
Negotiations with the best qualified firm to Fla. Aviation Miami Fla., to records of Bradford County, under the provisions of Section 4b) of Division 86 69 CP COUNTY FLORIDA HAS BEEN FILED
shall take place after the Interviews. satisfy freight and storage charges, public Florida Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. IN RE: ESTATE OF AGAINST YOU:
Jim Duncan Superintendent under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of has been; filed against you and you are Gator Frelghtways Inc., Carrier JAMES DAWSON YEAGER East Half (Eli?) of Northwest Quarter
Bradford County School. Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. required to serve a copy of your written Pro. 04-834954 1 dtd 6/26/86 Deceased (NW1/4)) of Southeast Quarter (SE1/4))
8/7 3tchg 8/21: Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Carrier defenses, if any. to It on SANDRA W. 8/14 2tchg 821IN NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe of the of Northeast Quarter (NE1/4)) of Section 28
administration estate
Pro. -821668 dtd 6/17/86 HARKINS of DAWSON GALANT SULIK & Township 6 South Range 22 East excepta
wide off North end.
872tchg814NOTICE 105
whose address Is 320 East Adams
NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH File Number 1-3755 Is pending In the YOU ARE REQUIRED TO FILE YOUR
Street Jacksonville, Florida 32202 on or
day, August 18, 1986, at 10:00: o'clock before 21 1986 and file the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Circuit Court for BRADFORD County WRITTEN DEFENSES. IF ANY WITH THE
August ,
A.M. the undersigned Gator hereby given that on Monday original with the Clerk of this court BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. Florida Probate Division the address of CLERK OF THIS COURT ON OR BEFORE
Frelghtways, Inc.. will sell at public auc- August 18, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock either before service on Plaintiff attorney CASENO.:86328CAIN : which Is Bradford County Courthouse, September 18, 1986. You must also serve
tion for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville A.M. the undersigned, Gator Immediately thereafter; otherwise RE: The Marriage of Probate Division, Starke, Florida 32091. a copy of them upon the attorney for
or )
Fla., one lot of pis wheels consigned Frelghtways, Inc., will sell at public auc a default will be entered againstyou RANDOLPH J. BOX The names and addresses of the personal petitioner whose name and address Is
Pacific Ft. Lauder Rd. Jacksonville Husbandand representative and the personal listed below.IF .
to Guaranty Corp. Lion for cash at 2600 Lloyd for the relief demanded In the Com-
Fla. and sheet representatives attorney are set forth YOU FAIL TO DO SO. a Default
dale, to satisfy freight storage Fla, one lot of galvanized
charges, under the provisions of Section metal consigned to Trap Corp., Miami plaint.WITNESS hand and seal of this EDITH LaJUNE BOX below. Judgment may be entered against you
4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. Fla., to satisfy freight and storage my of 1986.GILBERT Wife All Interested persons are required granting the relief sought In the petition.
court, this 29 day July
Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Carrier charges, under the provisions of Section S. BROWN NOTICE OF ACTION, file with this court WITHIN THREE MON WITNESS my hand and the Seal of the
Pro. 04.813271 dtd 6/5/86 4b) of Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. Clerk of the Circuit CourtBY CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICEPROPERTYTO THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Court on this 12 day of August 1986.
8/7 2tchg 8/14 Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Carrier Beulah : Edith LaJune Box NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate Gilbert S. Brown Clerk
Pro. 040815453 dtd 6/16/86 : Moody Clerk General Delivery and ((2)) any objection by an interestedperson By: Beulah Moody
8/7 2tchg a/14 Deputy Gulfport Mississippi 39501) on whom this notice was served Deputy ClerkR.
NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon 7/31 4tchg 8/21 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for that challenges the validity of the will A. Green Jr., Esquire
day, August 18, 1986 at .1000: o'clock dissolution of marriage has been filed the qualifications of the personal GREEN S HOBBS P. A.
A.M., the undersignedGator IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday against you and you are required to representative, venue, or jurisdiction of P. O. Drawer 938
Frelghtways, Inc., will sell at public auction EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, August 25. 1986 at 10:00 o'clock serve a copy of your written defenses, If the court. 215 W. Washington St.
for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville IN AND FOR A.M., the undersigned Gator any to It on Eugene F. Shaw Attorneyfor ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Starke, FL 32091
Fla., one lot of root beer consignedto BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Freightways, Inc., will sell at public auc Husband whose address Is 925-E SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. 904/964-5700
Pepsi Cola Bottling Co.. Riviera Beach CASENO.S86187CAIN : tion for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville North Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida Publication of this Notice has begunon ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
Fla., to satisfy freight and storage RE: The Marriage of Fla., one lot of drum liq. clng. cam 32091 on or before September 18, 1986 August 14, 1986. 8/14 4tchg 9/4
charges, under the provisions of Section BEN WELDON HIGHTOWER. IV, pd., consigned to Oakland Sys., Coral and file the original with the clerk of this Personal Representative:
4b) of Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. Husband Springs, Fla., to satisfy freight and court either before service an Husband's INEZ ALLEN
Gator Fr.lghtway..lnc.. Carrier storage charges, under the provisions of attorney or Immediately thereafter: 6 East Park Avenue
15-712321 andDEBRA MARIE HIGHTOWER. Section 4b) of Uniform Standard Bill of otherwise a default will be entered St. Augustine, FL 32084
8/7 2tchg 8/14 Wife. lading. against you for the relief demanded In Attorney for Personal Representative: Did You Know.. .........
NOTICE OF SUIT NO PROPERTYTO Gator. Frelghtways, Inc., Carrier the petition. Eugene F. Shaw
: DEBRA MARIE HIG.HTOWER; 14.774427 dtd 6/20/86 DATED on August 8. 1986. 925.E North Temple Avenue
NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday RESIDENCE UNKNOWNYOU 8/14 2tchg 8/21 GILBERT S. BROWN Starke. FL 32091Telephone Air stored In telescopes and brass but.
August 18, 1986. at 10:00: o'clockA.M. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action A. Clerk of the Court : (904)) 964-5200 ton for hundred of year may help
., the undersigned Gator for dissolution of marriage has been By: Linda L. PearceAs 8142tchg821Notlc. researcher* understand the
Frelghtways, Inc., will sell at public auction filed against you and you are required to NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Deputy Clerk "greenhouse effect" by which the earth's

for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.. Jacksonville serve a copy of your written defenses If FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME 8142tchg821Notice Is hereby given that on Monday temperature rises, report International

Fla., one lot of metal extr. consigned any, to It. on the Petitloner'sHusbans'sattorney Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida August 25, 1986. at 10:00: o'clock Wildlife magaxlne. Scientist hoped that
to Vlstawall Art., Miami Fla., to whose name and address Is: : of ApplicationFor by measuring the carbon dioxide leva
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the A.M.. the undersigned Gator In
satisfy freight and storage charges JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. undersigned Frederick W. Sackett, Star Tax Deed Freightways, Inc.. will sell at public auCtion the antique air' they can .better understand .
under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of Green ft Hobbs, P.A. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that R.C.
Rt. Box 54, Hampton Fla., 32044, doing for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville how changing level. have Influenced
Uniform Standard Bill of lading. P.O. Drawer 938 business under the firm name of United Dampier the holder of the following Fla., one lot of tile consigned to global warming over centuries.AUluNt .
Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Starke Florida 32091 filed said certificates fora ...
Realty of Starke, 1640 B. S. Walnut certificates has Mosaics Samander, Belle Isle-- Miami,
14-773269 did 6486872tchgB14 and file the original with the Clerk of the Starke, Fla!, Intends to register said fic tax deed to be Issued thereon.The c.r. Fla., to satisfy! freight and storage
above-styled Court on or before ,tlflcat.,numbers and! years of Issuance.

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Bradford School Board Members to Move on Paving. ProjectsGet


moving on building walkwaysand walkways remain to be built to complete ministrative suite at Starke Elemen- and construction of freezer space. Board members say that processis renovation of the BHS auditorium.
paving or repaving drivewayswas the SE lob. And Duncan said, tary to cost $78,000 is planned to $8,000 is included to complete the too lengthy for the small projects
the message from Bradford a main consideration is walkways at alleviate a very crowded condition record storage room .in the ad- planned. Supt. Duncan pointed out Scott Seated...
school board members to the staff ina Bradford High for student pickup that has existed for years. ministrative building. the board is hampered by its own Jimmy Scott of Lawtey was seatedon
July 31 workshop on building points so loading buses can be gottenoff The SE addition will be added between rules, that state law permits hiring the school board July 31 by appointment -
priorities. Washington Street. the present wings. BUS Auditorium... professional services for small projects of Gov. Bob Graham,and I:
Board Chairman J.T. Parrish Walkway work is set at SE, BHS, Agriculture classroom walls must The $400,000 to renovate the BHS without competitive bidding. attended his first meeting.
pointed out there were only 30 days the middle school, Southside be erected in the former shop area at auditorium, built in 1954, is in hand, Board members indicated they d Supt. Jim Duncan requested the
left before school opens.! "I'm sure Elementary, Hampton Elementary, the vo-tech center. said Supt, Duncan. Architecturalserivces like to change the board rule to allow appointment so that Scott, who had j
the board would approve...." going and Brooker Elementary."I will be needed on that, he that.Architectural no opposition for the District 1 east
ahead, said Chairman Parrish, don't know if we can do pointed out.Roofing. or engineering services Lawtey seat, could be seated and
although no official action was takenat everyone this year but the committ- are needed to plan the SE office round out the five member board.
the July 31 meeting. ment is there," said Supt. Duncan, Repairs.. area, the agriculture classroom Since the death of Mrs. Patricia
Supt. Jim Duncan told the boardhe hedging his bet. A lot of patch work has been doneon remodeling the BHS science lab and Spengler there has been only tour
and the staff would proceed immedIately Tanner said walkways to in- the roofs of various schools. classroom renovations!, .and the school board members.Becky's .
with projects not requir- dividual portable classrooms would Problem areas are at the BHS
ing architectural or engineering services have doubled the cost. gym, a building at the vo-tech
but pointed out such profes- "I don't know if we can solve all center, and one side of the library at -
sional services are needed for the walkway problems this year," SE. More patching can carry those ,
drainage and paving projects. Duncan reiterated. roofs another year, said Operations .
"Jim, my idea is to move on this," Director Lennard Register.Get .
Duncan pointed out that Gene Tanner -
said Chairman Parrish.
an air-conditioning repairmanand the projects planned this year "Hair Boutique"
and roof
completed set
general maintenance man, has
Paving Projects...
been put in charge of building the repairs for next year, suggested
walkways with a budget of $45,000. Duncan Board members that agreed with Supt. 1 Register. The board agreed. 4732672Hwy.
paving projects are
Only main walkways can be built
with that amount. There will be no needed in several areas. Totals Deceiving... 21 North Keystone Heights (Next to Flea Flicker)
individual walkways built to por- Chairman Parrish, who has experience There is a total of $865,000 in I
table classrooms, for instance, Duncan as a building contractor, building and paving funds available, j' Child's I

said. also expensive said concrete than asphalt might be and no would more pointed out Supt.is Duncan, but the Perm . 1880 Wet Cut . . $3so
major portion $400,000 earm.iiktvf -
Tanner said his plans call for 2,810 last much longer. rui, tI,. runmditorium.. I Men's
feet of walkways, like those built at Paving around the field house,
Starke Elementary, for $48,841, with gym and football field at BHS is a l4 $82,000 is earmarked for a sciencelab Style Perm . *20 Wet Cut . . $350
only $8,000 included for labor which priority, Duncan said. at BHS,$20,000 must be spent on i
will be done by regular school per- Paving plans include a new park-- paving and access areas,and$25,000in Ladies
sonnel with only a minimal amountof ing area at Southside Elementary. capital outlay and debt service *6 $500
overtime. Paving work is also planned at funds must be approved by the state. Cut & Style . Shampoo & Set. .
The board indicated to Tanner togo Lawtey Elementary, Starke Jimmy Scott The board has $268,000 in public Men's
ahead and order aluminum Elementary, the vocatipnal center education bond funds it can spend
material for the walkways from the and middle school, as well as BHS. Dift 1 School BoardMember where it wants, pointed out Supt. Cut & Style . $500 Eyebrow Waxing $500 I
same supplier as on the SE project, Repaving is necessary at the vo-tech II Seated by Gov. Duncan.
since the firm had agreed to the center around the back side between Four more portaoie classroomsare PERM INCLUDES *Jheri Redding, Lemour, Zoto's i
same price bid on the SE job. Other- vo-tech and the middle school whereit planned, probably two for BHS, HAIRCUT & Bedken Product Used
wise, Tanner said, the material is deteriorating. one at the BMS, and one at SS,a totalof Professional Services... t I
would have to be rebid causing a $68,000. It was agreed July 31 for a com-
delay beyond the school opening. Special Jobs... Construction was already under mittee to interview prospective Business Hours a a :
Supt. Duncan said 257 feet of A new 1,000 square foot ad way at LE on classroom wall repairs engineers.: and architects. M.F5
Sat. 8-4


I Winn-Dixie Sets New Openingfrom Budg.t"Quality at Prices Work N ovr Q v

page 1
Andrews lost WeD in 1974 when be developed by Hall PropertiesInc. t
will be stucco. Bradford Square was built but is get ., of Jacksonville.A .
The front of the former Rawson ting a valued tennant back now. new 45,000 square foot combina-
store will be redecorated in keeping Andrews said he pointed out to tion food and drug store will go up on CAR HEADQUARTERS CAR HEADQUARTERS CAR HEADQUARTERS I
with the new W-D store, and will be Winn-Dixie that the Madison Street Baymeadows Road on Southside
divided into individual rental stores, site is a proven customer site, and Boulevard and will be the largest n
Andrews says. that W-D helped prove it. The SFCC W-D in Jacksonville.Hall Truck Headquarters I
The enlarged building site in- Starke Center enhanced Winn-Dixie Properties will renovate and cjcc 33 II I
cludes all of Madison Street between interest in the downtown site, Andrews enlarge a former Rawson's Food :
Bay and Orange Streets, and is en- said. Store on Blandmg Boulevard in I- for Florida.
circled by Bay, Lafayette, Orangeand In moving off US-301, Winn-Dixie Orange Park, turning it into a 43,000 fr o
Madison Streets. is making the first move in years fora square foot Winn-Dixie. Another
Andrews has also purchased pro- major business entity to move former Rawson store at US-1 and List *;12,895.00 g
perty across Orange Street from the back downtown. Florida 207 in St.Augustine will be Ranger Super Cabs
new center. Eventually, that property Winn-Dixie first planned to move expanded and refurbished for Winn- go Our Discount 3,200.00 :
will be developed into commercial further south on 301 and go in with Dixie.A Q V-6 5 Speed Power Steering, =
rental spaces. the proposed Wal-Mart develop- -I
The total new W-D store and the ment. But then Winn-Dixie boughtup fourth Winn-Dixie, a 35,000 = Brakes and Air $9,695
old Rawson building will occupy 43 Rawson's stores, the picture square foot grocery store and an cc =
69,390 square feet. There will be 331 changed and Andrews began 8,450 square loot Revco Drug Store, Plus Your Trade CO
parking spaces. Some greenery will negotiating to have WeD on the will be built in a new St.Augustine cto *
be included in the parking lot, An- Madison Street site. The lease bet- shopping center on a 10-acre tract of or Cash Down --
drews says.LongTime. ween Winn-Dixie and Belco was US-1 South and Wildwood Drive. SUPER SAVINGS n
signed Aug. 8. *
Resident... W-D Expansion... C3or
It will be the third WinnDixiestore Record W.D Profit... "This year's financial achieve- W 6.90/0 30s
Andrews has built in Starke. Winn-Dixie reported a record profit ments are encouraging to us
W-D started in a building betweenThe of $116.4 million in fiscal 1986, up because they validate the store expansion a Ford Interest 01 o
Telegraph and the old cour- 7.9 percent from the year before. initiated two years ago," the O
thouse, now the Starke Center for W-D 1986 earnings, equivalent to Florida Times-Union quoted the 600 Cash Back
SFCC, and then was known as $2.84 per share, compared to fiscal Winn-Dixie President, A.D. Davis, o i az
Lovett's. 1985 net earnings of$107.9 million,or saying. a
Then W-D moved to the buildingnow $2.64 a share. 2 F-150 117" W. List '12,895.00 T
occupied by the Dollar General Sales were $8.2 billion in the year During fiscal 85-86 Winn-Dixie, the .
Store on Madison Street in late 1955, ended June 30, up 5.8 percent from fourth largest food retailer in the nation Tu-Tone Paint Tilt Cruise Headliner Sport Our Discount 3400.00 y
and Andrews built that. From there $7.8 billion in fiscal 1985. opened 88 stores averaging ,
W-D moved in 1964 to where the 36,400 square feet each, closed 88 ccK Wheel Covers, 5250 G.V.W. Pkg., A/C/ Knit *
former Rawson's store was, and An- 4 New Stores in Jax... stores averaging 20,400 square feet Seat Low Mount Mirrors. $9,495
drews built that. Four new Winn-Dixie stores will and enlarged or remodeled 45 stores. n

CO Plus Your Tradeor =

Cash Down -- m
I SetA
Super Homecoming
Spiritual ag
90th anniversary celeoration of every BHS graduate will be listed in Ruder advisor
frioo with Coupon)
all Bradford High graduates from the new "B" Book, along with (If Spooial you are loot and don't kno* wh... to 6.90/0 =
1896 to 1986 is set Oct. 24-25, to coin- memories and the history of BHS. turn, corns to MO this lonlui although tau p
cide with the 1986 BHS annual The "B" Book will be available for have ...n other raiders, .n. lilt with Ford Interest ors
homecoming.The purchase in a few weeks, Ms. SISTER SOPtllE MTLENE will eonilnoo you
reunion to celebrate "90 Hildebran says. that you art lomibody again. She has the 600 Cash Back
Years at BHS," is sponsored by the The Alumni Association is seeking power from lad to holp" others that mod r: tJJ
newly formed Alumni Association of community involvement and sup- holp. a:
School. Linda make this She win heal four iloknou,four torrowi,
Bradford High port special day a success -
Hildebran is the chairperson of the says Ms. Hildebran. Pictures, jobi our,moro worrlooi manly iho,In will.10.h.lp....you,In lor.to beer,1IIIIr- $500 Below Current Dealer Cost _
reunion. clippings, articles to loan for the exhibit hue and how to win tho ono you love,your .
The Alumni Association is plann- would be appreciated,she says. lucky numbers and dots,whoro to find lad y LOOKING FOR WORLD CLASS QUALITY? LOOK TO TAURUS!
ing to participate in the 1986 Advertisements may be purchased artloloo, bow to r.man a eurao or the all cc
homecoming parade, and have exhibits in the annual. Personal member- oyo,or any olliir bad look
on display at the BHS libraryon ships are $5. Slitor Sophl Raylino Suoooodt Whor $ Taurus
the history of the school, according "Assist and be a part on October Other. Havo Fallod.
to Ms. Hildebran.The 24 and 25," urges Ms. Hildebran. Mount 10,00 a.m. 1:00: ,.m. T D.,. 4 Dr., MT5, AIC, Tilt
....... .. CODC
Itirti I .t. M cry Ml 1hint. *
association also plans to For more information, write:
Coniultatlon ((904)) 7I2-312B Wheel Speed Control, _ _ _ _
publish an annual called the BHS Alumni Association %Bradford I y im It.1..,..,.. m.r..ru..0r .... _
B' an up-to-date publicationof High School, 581 N. Temple Ave., IStereo Cass. Road ;I

the 1937 "B" Book. The name of Starke, FL 32091. a Wheels, Clearcoat Paint, n

Premium Sound. y*
o .
The Record g List '12,855.00 =

Ford Discount 155.00 Thunderbird !3ra;:

Keep Judy = 2 Door, 302 V-8 (E.F.I.) -ox

$12 70000 Fully 'Loaded! c
BECKERSchool .,i, o List '17,065.00
Our Discount 1,500.00 Ford Discount 945:00: 30

Board District 2 y
$11,20000* Plus Your Trade =
-4c $16l2000y
or Cash Down --
cc SUPER SAVINGS Our Discount 1,820.00M4.30000
Been One of My Goals. TOTAL


Began visits to each school for budget hearings *nus: ax _
Established a Blue Ribbon Advisory Committee of citizensI G 6.90/0


Visiting all county schools, the county office and the operations center Ford Interest or g

Eating in school cafeterias, riding buses and a semi
Attending PTOs, advisory meetings, assemblies, school events and workshops ... 600 Cash Back n;:
Installing an answering machine In order to receive your callsI = =

.A walk-In cooler Is being built at Lawtey Elementary We Want To Save You Money

.A truck driving range was NOT built on the ag farm en-
Our elementary schools have crossing guards, and they are paid for by traffic violators
c Motors
rather than YOUR tax dollars Terwillegar i
Curriculum committees have been meeting to establish a consistent county wide curriculum

RE-ELECT JUDY BECKER, Parent, Taxpayer, EducatorWorking I9c 473-FORD (Keystone Heights) 964-7200 (Starke) O :

WITH YOU to Improve Our Schools


The Bradford County Telegraph

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The Lake Region Monitor The Union County Times

Thursday, August 14. 19118
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Baptist Church BurnseeeChurch

building .4.4 t
a 1 j 1l ,

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destroyed in fire

ByMarkFrledlln ment tanker number 43 and engine ,
BCT Staff Writer number 40 were the first to arrive on ; Aj ,1 ,
When a church burns a whole com the scene and found the building ,
munity feels the shock, and that's totally engulfed."We .
what happened early Monday morn pulled up and knew right
ing when the Bayless Highway Bap- away that we would need more help I
tist Church was destroyed in a blaze with this one," McCarthy com-
which drew fire-fighting units from mented. "We called for, and received Y,1a l
six neighboring communities."It's additional assistance from units "r'krh
from New River Lawtey Lawtey v
a total loss commented h ,,t4 M.I
Bayless Church Preacher Leaton Correctional, Brooker and Theresa. -
Morgan III as he surveyed; the They responded real well and were .
damage the following morning from here quickly but the fire was out of .Ir III"4'
control by then and there wasn't
the the still-smoking wreckage of the
cement brick and wood church much we could do at that point."
building. "There's nothing to do but Approximately 40,000 gallons of tj 34.J.
gather together and rebuild. It was a water were used to extinguish the 1
shock to all of us. blaze, the cause of which is still fisted t' .R }
Crowds of local residents gathered as undetermined. Firefighters were i 1
throughout the next day to look at able to save a portion of the kitchen ;
the remains of the building and to offer area built on the back of the
their support.ACProximatelY. building, but the church Itself was a
55 firefighters and total loss. i.
10 almost six hours
battling the blaze in pitch darkness Rescue 61 was also summoned to
before the building was declared a the scene to transport any possible
total loss. injuries, but there were none involved -
"The the as a result of the blaze. + ry
biggest problem was
heat and location of the fire in the Firefighters from Heilbron Springs r* ;&
building," commented Terry McCarthy Union Correctional Institute j ,, k I :tit 1 -
of the Heilbron Springs and Lawtey Correctional Institute
Volunteer Fire Department. "The were called back to the scene the .
heat scorched trees and shrubbery next morning to put out remaininghot
which is located more than 100 feet spots still smoldering."It ..., '
from the building itself. Onceit n : .. J41 .
away is a dangerous area and I hope >
got going it was hard for us to get we can keep the curious and the 1 -
close. Our men would stand as closeas younger ones from getting too : : -- -
they could for as long as they close," McCarthy said. "It's amaz-
I could, then would have to back up ing how long a fire can burn down iJp
and cool off. The fire also seemed to deep under wreckage like this." L __ _: __
center in the upper part of the McCarthy said firefighters pulledthe
building and that and the tremendous front wall of the church down ?
amount of smoke involved with a winch after watching as crack hr
made it dangerous to get close to."
The Heilbron Springs Fire Depart- See Page 2A fs r 04 s..

Big Blaze...
of the Highway
Members Bayless
Starke Santa Fe BranchSet Baptist Church have a big rebuildingjob
to do after an early morning
blaze destroyed their building, leav-
ing only a kitchen and dining room In
for Big New Year the rear of the building Intact.In .
the picture above, spectators
gather to view the wreckage the
The Santa Fe Community College Speech, Major Religions, American morning following the fire, while
Starke Center is set to open August Literature, New Testament Jason Bennet and Vanessa Norman
26 for its second year in the Anatomy and Physiology, Medical .take a close up look at the damage,
I ;. '" renovated historic BradfocdJCpuntlUCourthouse : -..TerminologyComputer: : : Con Pw:::':ZjatrighUeer.---; -
on West Call Street. BASIC Programming, Assembler
Dr. Bernie McFadden reports Programming and Computer Soft
registration is going much more ware Applications.
( smoothly than last August when With the expanded program in the
t classes began with work still going Starke Center, a local student can Photos By Mark Frledlln
on in the building and the parking lot get an Associate of Arts degree taking -
unfinished.A all his classes in Starke. A good }
record enrollment is expectedwith number of non-degree seeking
an expanded offering of 38 different students have also been taking advantage WN t iw.
I courses, including 23 daytimeand of the local college classes,
15 evening classes. especially the varied computer
In addition to basic classes in classes.
I Math, English, Science History, The Fall Semester begins on
Social Sciences and Humanities a August 26 and ends on December 18. FALL 1986 CALENDAR
wide variety of other courses is being For more information, please call Sr
the SFCC Starke Center at 964-5382.
offered including Accounting, f TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY JULY 29, 30 REGISTRATION 10:00: AM to 400 PM

i 6:00: to 8:00: PMREGISTRATION
ACT Test Set 18
Aug. a ,. t4 FRIDAY AUG. 1 10.00 AM to 4.00 PM
Any student who plans to attend who take the ACT Test to fill out an 10:00: AM to.4:00: PM
Santa Fe Community College this application to SFCC prior to taking THURSDAY AUG. 7 REGISTRATION BY APPOINTMENT
fall should take the ACT Test to be the test if they have not yet been admitted -
\ the There is no c 10:00: AM to 4.00 PM & 6.00 to 8:00: PM
administered at the Starke Centeron to college. "
Monday evening August 18. charge for the test. 7vMONDAYFRIDAY
The test,which lasts approximately Results of the ACT will be used to __ AUG. 11-22 REGULAR REGISTRATION
four hours, will begin promptly at determine placement in Santa Fe's 10:00: AM to 4.00 PM
6 p.m. It will be necessary for those English and Math classes. r' 1: TUESDAY AUG. 19 EVENING REGISTRATION 6.00 to 8.00 PM
r B ,; 1 10:00: AM to 4.00 PM & 6.00 to 8 00 PM

Be Wise ? ,_ __ : FEES DUECLASSES

1 Shop .
: -- c ADJUSTMENT 10.00 AM to 4.00 PM &
: "
I PRICE'WISE n; 'CANTER 6:00: to 8.00 PM
SEPT. 1 Labor
MONDAY Day Holiday

FRIDAY OCT. 10 No Classes (College Open)

r I, 1 1 WEDNESDAY NOV. 26 No Evening ClassesThanksgiving
I THURSDAY & FRIDAY NOV. 27, 28 Holidays (College Closed)
Ron Seagram'aThompson
Rico YO,
Rum APB 2220C OS1 D Anatomy A 1130- 200 T H 210 4 Langford
1.75 R orl I
DAYTIME Physiology
1 LTR LTR Sra pOm1 REA 1010L OS1 C College Reading Prep Lab 1130-1245 T H 212 3 Ellifntt, (,I

1129J 739 R 1099 '""; COURSI SIC?. 10 COURSE TITLE TIME DAYS ROOM CR INSTRUCT. REA 1010 OS1 C College Prep Reading 1001.50 T H 212; I Elllfritt,
1 ENC 1102 OSt P Intro, to Literature 1.00215 TH 108 3 Culver
MAC 1102 OSI P Intermediate Algebra 830- 945 M W 212 3 Fisher
J MAT 1004 OSI C Elementary Algebra 8.30945 M W 108 4 Drost
SSI 1010 OSI P The Social Sciences 8.30945 M W 209 3 O'Connell EVENING
I MAC 1104 OSI P College Algebra 1000-11:15: M W 212 3 Fisher
r MUL 1011 OSI P Music Appreciation 10.00-11:15: M W 108 3 Jensen
PSV 2012 OSI P General Psychology 1000-11:15: M W 209 3 O'Connell COURSf SECTION 10 COUKSI TITLE TIMS DAYS ROOM CM INSTRUCTOR
MAT 1002L OSI C College Prep Main 1000-11:15 I : M W 204 3 TBA
Lab COP 2400 OSS O AseemblerProgramming 7.0094SN M 204 3 TBA
9 Relska Old MAT 1002 OS1 C College Prep Math 11.30-1220 M W 204 1 TBA
Canadian HUM 1020 OS1OS1 P Intro to Humanities 11301:30: M W 108 4 Jensen SPC 2801 OS5 P Public Speaking 7.00945N M 108 3 Lodle
Lord Yodka Smuggleravert ACQ 2001 D Prln. of Accounting I 11.30-12.45 M W 212 3 Wills REL 2300 OSS P Major Religions 7.00945N M 209 3 McFadden ,
ISC 1000 031 P Fund of Physical 1.002.15 M W 210 3 Fisher 20th Cent.
Science MAT 1002 OSS C College Prep Math I 700- 7.50N M W 212 1 TBA
SPC 2300 as P Interpersonal 1002:15; ;: M W 209 3 O'Connell MAT 1002L OS5 C Collage Prep Malll I 800- 915N M W 212 3 TBA
Communication Lab
ACa 2011 OSI 0 Princ 01 Accounting II 1.002:15: M W 212 3 Wills
TPP 2111 OS8 Plnt.rmedlateActing 7.001145N T 108 3 O'Connall
COC 1300 OSI D Computer Concepts I S.30945 T H 204 3 Kachlk ENC 2301 OS8 P Advanced 7'00945N T 204 3 TBA.
HES 1144 OS1 D Inlro Human 8.3011.45 T H 209 3 Langtord Composition ." ',1.
l7. e Medical Science ENC 1101 OS8 P College Composition 7.001145N T 2011 3 Culver j -.'
ENC 10011 OS1 C College Prep 830- 9.45 T H 108 3 Elllfritt
Writing Lab CAP 1802 OS7 D Software Appllcationa 7.00II 45N W 204 3 Baker .
ENC 1001 OSI C Collage Prep Writing 100010.50 T H 108 1 Elllfrilt AMH 2010 OS7 P US Hillary 10 1877 7.001I.48N W 209 3 L.Bron
301 & AML 2020 OSI P Survey American Lit 10.00-11:15: T H 212 3 Hart PSY 2012 OS7 P General' Psychology 7.001145N W 108 3 TBA .,1REL
Liquors Lounge 2243 OSI P Testament Intro.to New 10.00-11:15: T H 209 3 Toleon SSI 1010 OS7 P Tha Social Sclancea 7.001I:48N: W 212 3 TeA." 'r"

1 Mile North of Starke on Hwy. 301 COP 1170 OS D Programming In Basic 10 00-11:18: T H 204 3 Kachlk HUM 1020 OS8 P Intro to Humenillu 8301I:45N: H 108 4 'TBA ','
ENC 1101 OSI P College Composition 1130-1248; ; T H 108 3 Hart ENC 1102 OS8 P Intro. to Literature 7.00945N H 209 3 Culver'
,I WOH 2023 OSI P Mod. World History 11.30-12.48 T H 209 3 Tallon MOF 1202 ass P Topics Finite Malll 7001I:48N; : H 212 a rlollld.y




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I Bayless Hwy. Baptist Church Burnsfrom i Bradford Court ReportThe

page I til the lire's heat exploded the win church : which the church is
in the cement, formed from the. Intense dows and alerted neighbors at 1 a.m. being rebuilt, and that church following defendants appeared Timothy I.Springer pled not guilty NVDL; placed on 60 days Salvation
heat, rippled down the wall, The destruction also included a members have been before Judge George Pierce DWLS; case dismissed. Army probation, complete 30 hours
creating a hazardous situation. wing of the building used for Sunday tive" and positive about"very rebuilding suppor- in Bradford County Traffic Court July Delray L. Covengton pled no con- .. community work._
test wilful-wanton reckless
school classes. the 22. Their cases received final driving
"That wall could have gone over 32-year-old structure. disposition. (WWRD)' ordered to pay $49.50. Frey pled guilty careless driving;
with just a push" McCarthy said. The state fire marshal's Morgan said the Michael E. Dorman pled guilty no placed on 60 days Salvation Army
office in building was fully
"We didn't Deborah A. Cruger pled no contest tag; ordered to pay$25 court costs. probation.
want children
any play- Jacksonville sent insured and will be
ing here and get hurt or killed if it but no cause was an determined.investigator A, near future. rebuilt in the NVDL; she produced a valid license Stephen L. Early pled no contest Jason D. Huggins pled guilty
came down." deputy said and was ordered to pay $10. WWRD; ordered to pay $49.50. WWRD; fined $105.75.
arson was not suspectedand Joy W. Glanzer pled guilty driving Eddie Mosley pled no contest
Minor injuries were sustained by that the fire "We're
have doing things usual
may been of as ex while license (DWLS) NVDL; produced valid license, case L. Stone with
one of the firefighters. electrical origin. cept that we don't have a building,' suspenced ; Larry charged expired -
The Bradford County Sheriff's office Morgan said. "I'm just glad we hays produced valid license, ordered to tag; produced valid tag,
court costs 4950. Verne G. Aaron pled guilty ordered to $25 court
said the church building was Pastor Morgan said the community the type of people in this pay pay costs.
at the time and communitywho Ellis L. Rehberg pled guilty DWLS; produce valid license and John H. McClellan! pled guilty
unoccupied that the had responded to the disaster with respond to something like this in $49.50 .
DWLS $100,75.Lucinda
must valid pay
; produce license or pay
fire "
apparently went undetected un- offers of locations such
many to continue a positive way.
and pay $49.50 or oav $100.75 A. Frey pled uilty See Page 11B


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3/1 cup vinegar
1 tbsp. dry mustard a ea.
1/2 cup salad oil
1 can tomato soup
tsp. each salt,pepper and paprika

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3 tabt.*p. all purpot* flour ,
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1 milk
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I Flying marijuana spotters capture big harvest, no arrests made I

Florida Department of Law Enforcement successes litst per 'l'I1I'1f' includethe incidents, law enrorcemenl olficers FOI-K has rmphisi/" (hat it
in cooperation with the confiscation of a substantial encountered explosives!/, exploding emends to continue to increase! it
I F local.law enforcement agencies, are amount of equipment, vehicles and a booby lra\ dogs, snakes, marijuana eradication programs
(lying north Florida in search of ISO-acre Holmes County farm used 'personnel being fired upon. The officers and by working closely with local
marijuana crops. for marijuana growing; agreementswith seize 20 weapons including sheriffs and chief ol .police accelerate
Monday, August 11, while flying the Florida National Guard and automatics and body armor. its arrest and lot leituru ac-
Bradford County, four patches were the U. S. Army for joint detection North Florida growers using two tivities.
spotted on the back side of Little flights and training provided for 528 seasons instead of the traditionalone. Pot growers beware, said IJirnpsey. -
$ / Santa Fe Lake toward Lake Alto. 290 local and state law enforcement officers .
large marijuana plants were were in the aerial detection ol mari-
4'I I pulled and destroyed by FDLE, juana. Statistics for lOKI-IUK.! and IS! (!six months
Bradford and Alachua deputies. The Dempsey said I<.0...: agents and
patches were all on the same property personnel from sheriU's and policedepartments Plants Eradicated Growing Sitvi Arrests
&r 'tu but no arrests are expected, according across the state noted
to Investigator Don Denton. several new trends during ltft! \!> including -
f'2' t' C t ; 48,206 Not Reptd. 61
Another location on the same property The use of water soluablu and 43,500 341 149
1 r in Alachua County was also time-released fertilizers to cut down 139,707 903 286
seized, according to FDLE. on bulk and weight of items carriedto 106,645 769 426
Since 1981 the combined agencies growing sites and to lessen required -
have worked to detect and destroythe growing site trips. 104,281 1,272 329
state's domestically-grown The planting of the marijuana 37,888 333 69
marijuana.In along with other crops includingcorn.
1985 in addition to the 104,281 .
eradicated plants from 1,272 grow- The growing sites employing
ing sites in 63 counties and 329 arrests silent battery or solar-powered irrigation
made during the 1985: season, units instead of noisier dd\ .oJjfp
FDLE Commissioner Robert R. gasoline-powered pumps requiring tt: ?;ey
Dempsey said the program was sophisticated mufllers. d : wa
marked by several other notable Increased violence potential. In 11 is
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296! of these! tall plants were seized Monday after an aerial surveillanceof 121 Worthington Springs
Bradford County. The sinsemillia plants were found in a remote ar..aon
the back side of Little Santa Ke Lake. These plants represent the 496-2390
I largest find for FDLE and the SO since they first started flying north
Florida. according to Investigator Don Denton.
Dispatcher Arthur Brock stands in the shadow of the plants all ranging
from eight: to ten feet tall. -- -

UCHS Class of '48 :'
Planning ReunionThe Ar : GLENBA'STCT

Union County High School .r< SHEAR DESIGN
graduating class of 1948 has begun

planning interested for their persons reunion.All should. con 4 ; Jff "In' the Tender Loving Care Center"Glenda
tact Walt Massey at Rt. 1,Box 655-E p
Lake Butler Fl., 32054. -1"- PRICES EFFECTIVE BEGINNING
's Shear Design Welcomes... THURSDAY, AUGUST 14th. THRU
Tony Edwards

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I HSKtTION August 11, else!

I Sen. Chiles conduct forum on cocaine. at F.J.C.

Knidlord, Union and Clay Coun- weeks of August,with a goal to set in sweeping over our state the dy MacKay have introduced bills in Lou-Ann's Azalea & Farm
t tit'S are included in a regional forum motion or to support community senator warned. "Our attention has Congress to greatly increase the Blueberry
on crack/cocaine information and concern and response to the new been focused primarily on law en. penalties for dealing in or consume, Located off 100 South towards keystone, take right on
education to be conducted by U.S. drug epidemic. Senator Chiles urges forcement needs, but there's an ing cocaine in any form; especially 24th Street follow
Senator Lawton Chiles in Jackson participation from the ranks of city urgency to alert and inform crack or rock. They are meeting signs or
ville, Thursday, Aug 25, at 9 a.m. in and county governments, schools, everyone about the tragic conse- with Governor Bob Graham to Call 964-7109 & We will assist you Tues. thru Sat. ''''':30
the downtown campus auditorium of churches, civic organizations, drug quences of using crack. We either discuss more stringent enforcementof
Florida Junior College. abuse treatment agencies, medical, get into action or we get washed the drug laws in Florida.
This is one of nine regional forums ethnic and minority groups, and the away." The Jacksonville meeting will Include Dwarf Azaleas 4 Colors
being held by Senator ChilesIhrniK'hnur business. community. 14 other counties in this North ,
I Florid In fho Hst f..>n Both Senator Chiles and Rep. Bud. Florida area. DAY LILIES -

I Starke Gator Quarterback Club officers meetCliff All Nature Sings of Jesus tin.bLee's

Chapman, President of the meeting on Thursday August 28, at year and should be paid or sent to 964-7910 or 9646300. Social hour
Starke Gator Quarterback Club, the Starke Golf&Country Club and a Marty Barry P.O. Box 417, Starke begins at 6:30: p.m. Dinner will be
hold a meeting with his officers free steak dinner for paid 1986-87
Fla.:32091. served at 7:00: pm. at the Starke e
Wednesday night of last week. The membership dues. If a guest is For dinner reservations call Golf& Country Club.Corbott's QhmcLO
other officers are: Larry White brought the charge will be $9.00. If p
Vice President; Ada Reddish. the dues are not paid members will
Treasurer. be charged $9.00.Membership .
Secretary; Marty Barry,
Chapman announced a general dues are $25.00 a Tires & ServiceU.S.

301 Temple Avenue Starke

I Hemophilia camp set Aug. 1722Children Vacation 964-6436 Specials on Restaurant

whose lifestyles have the Civiran Regional Rlnnrl Center r Multi! Mile Polyester &
will the bulk of Lounge
been routinely restricted by a four provide hour servicing and the counselingstaff twenty- Glass BeltedRoad
hereditary bleeding disorder will
for the Summer Hazard Warranty .
Ion be going to camp again. The Summer will allow 800 N. Temple Avenue Starke
The Hemophilia Association of these children aged Camp 7 to 17 to experience :- 18!-000.13 ... ...... 23.00! P163-IOR-13. .. . 33.00'' ,
,I Klondd Inc. (HAF) will hold its Se- life away from home in an P1$5-SOD-13.. ..... 27.001 P1I5-75R-14,. ... 38.00 .
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I. ; : Local care center residents participate.. excel in Senior Olympic. ontests'' I
By Buster Rahn Whispering Pines was one of five traveling in the institutional van chcomb, a maintenance worker at" with them. The group returned at 6 The spelling bee proved to be a
BCT Staff Writer nursing homes participating in the and a school bus. The bus was pro- Whispering Pines. p.m., reporting no problems were nemesis to the team of Janice
h'p\ Twelve residents; of Whispering Olympic games, consisting of 12 vided through the Bradford County Three members of the nursing encountered during the day's outing. Johnson,Hilda Griffith,Pat Maddox
Ine Care Center attended the events.They won 4 first places,6 second School Administrative offices, with staff accompanied the group, Carla and Ruby Hodsdon. They came in
Senior Olympics Invitational held at places and 2 third places, an reimbursement by Whispering Rimer LPN,Tina Manz and Velma Three of the events featured in- third.
; the Community i Convalescent excellent showing by any standard. Pines for incurred expenses. Ms. Schneider, nursing assistants. Activities dividual winners, the remainingnine
Center, 1000 16th SW Avenue, The 12 participants and six staff Sylvia Brown was the bus driver. Director Gayle Johnson and contests were team events,with
: Gainesville, Friday, July 25. ,members I left Starkn. .!about R n m. The van was driven by John Stin- assistant Julie Thompson also went team winners. The fish didn't bite very well for
the Starke team consisting of Pat

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: : -7.--'. :-"'n-, The Winners... Lucretia Andrews; they took third
-r. 11K : place In the
\:(" t 1X1'7 ... fishing; booth event.
Fester Hardy took second place in I

,. ". .." ..".. ....," ., the pie eating contest, but he was
", really a winner,since he required no
',r *
". : assistance in the competition.Hilda Hills Braddy accepted the trophy
i for Whispering Pines, with In-
\ I ; Griffith won first place in dividual trophies to be awarded by
tt I bingo, and Eula Carlton was the individual the institution at a later date. The
n winner in the cake walk. participants reported having a :
good time" on the outing and
Pat Maddox, Hills Braddy and ready to take on all comers In the
'. Obie Farris took first place in bowl- next Olympic contest.
ylr ing.
Julie Thompson said plans are
Ammie Richardson, Lucretia An- under way to hold Summer Olynm-
drews and Eula Carlton won both se- pies at Whispering Pines next spr-
s a a ""* cond and third places in hat ing. Nursing homes in Lake City
? .s decorating. Gainesville, Orange Park, andGreen
s, .' '- "t Cove Springs will be invited to
w i Marvin Douberly, Ruby Hodsdonand send contestants. Whispering Pines
r r Mable Wainwright won first has excellent facilities for hosting
place,in the art show. the event, said Thompson.It .
The trivia contest similar to the
television game show "CollegeBowl have been in the local
may pride
contained questions from six
categories. Team members Ruby facility, but one employee who accompanied -
the group, said that it
Hodsdon, Eula Carlton and Janice
was obvious that Whispering Pines
Johnson took second place.In
residents were more self confidentand
: i A the frisbee required less assistance than
throwing contest
: .I.. Ammie Richardson,Hill Braddy anciPat others.She said this ability to do for
', .. Maddox took both second and themselves is the result of the type
third places. care received here, in which each
person is treated as an individual.In .

Olympians.... Ammie Richardson,Fester Hardy
These Whispering Pines Care Center residents participated in the Shelby Clark. Fester and Marvin Douberly came in second -
lardy Obie
Ferris. Marvin
Senior Olympics held in Gainesville last week. Douberly and in the sponge throwing contest. relating the events of the day,it
From left to the front Pat Maddox. Hills Braddy, Marvin Douberlyand was obvious Julie Thompson was
right on row; From left to right on top row: .
Janice Johnson, Ammle Shelby Clark played checkers, proud of her team members and
Richardson Eula Carlton Lucretia Andrewsand Julie Thompson Assistant Activities Director,Carla Rimer,LPN.Tina
but not well their handling of themselves
enough to take first during
Ruby Hodsdon. Manz and Velma
Nursing assistants, and John Stinchcomb,
place they < second the day. It showed.
; onmo n t
From left to right, center row: Maintenance worker and van driver.


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Page 6 BSKCTIOQI>> Augilxt14.1986Whispering

I Pines Care Center wins coveted superior rating

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Whispering Pines Care Center: will and observation. The targeted
receive its third consecutive annual residents will be questioned about

superior rating, the highest possible, every facet of the institution, including L :
shortly after September 1. but not limited to, sanita-
The superior rating has been earn- tion and cleanliness, food prepara
ed already, Fred Cline, ad- tion and service, resident activitiesand
ministrator of the institution, told recreation, clothing and laun- r vtik
The Telegraph, but the certificatewill dry, dispensing of drugs and t p1 + '
medicines and general treatment of Y 1 M _
not be issued until a drainage ati
problem has been resolved. Cline the individual. The team is ad-
said plans to alleviate the situationwill monished to observe a lack of :
be implemented before the privacy for residents,such as failure
September 1 deadline. to knock before entering a closed
door, attending to toilet needs with .
Nursing homes are subject to or lack of screens, allow-
federal rules and regulations as ing patients outside their rooms with
outlined in the Federal Register, and insufficient clothing to cover all I
enforced by the Department of areas of the body, including socks on t
Health and Rehabilitative Services, their feet. The list of requirements is rMx

a state agency. The federal govern- lengthy, but it demands that i
ment accepts the inspections of state residents be accorded treatment
which affords one to maintain his or
personnel, who are required to make
major inspections at least annually, her dignity.

or more frequently if needed. i )
Ratings are made In three Exit Interview..
classes standard and
: superior, con-
the by the
Following inspection L -
ditional. Obviously the superior
various members of the [
is reserved to those institu- survey k
team, each of whom have reviewedhis ;
tions who are substantially in com-
respective area of concern, an
pliance with all licensure and cer- J
exit interview Is held with the ad-
tification The stan-
requirements. ministrator and his staff. In this con-
a ,
dard rating is awarded to those In-
ference the team will reviewits
stitutions whose is not
compliance both good and bad and
in with establishedrules findings, ,
quite keeping make its report. In the most recent '
but striving to
are improve
exit interview, the team reported the ,
their deficiencies. A conditional i
following areas in compliance: fir,kw hS
rating means the institution is in big a
1. "All of the 18 medicare-
trouble, subject to being closed im medicaid skilled care conditions of
mediately. HRS will attempt to work '.d
participation were found to be in
with a facility, but only if the owners
compliance, as were all of the 87
show good faith in making im skilled care standards.

provements. HRS has the authorityto 2. "The survey team noted that the
close an institution immediately
Whispering Pines facility
in event a life threatening situationis
found. demonstrated significant

knowledge, warmth and enthusiasm and two, an exhaust system failed in the welcome news of the superior
toward residents. You and staff
The HRS team which made its inspection your one resident wing. Both problemswere rating award with a steak dinner,
should be commended for efforts -
July 7-9 had six members, in this your corrected July 9, prior to the Friday, August I, with approximately -
and made a survey in areas of licensure area. exit interview. One complaint 150 persons in attendance. Door
3. "Your found to be in
Medicare, Medicaid and civil was centered around ice on the kitchen prizes were awarded, and everyone
with the licensure
compliance -
rights. The team utilized, for the of 400 Florida requirements floor, caused by a failed freezer door reported having a good time. Clint<<'
first time, a new set of guidelines, Statutes and chapter chapter 10D-29, Florida gasket,which has subsequently been was chef for the entree, with other
the federal replaced.The dishes in the
published by govern Administrative code, with certain being prepared facility
ment. This procedural guideline will noted later in this report kitchen.
"ascertain whether the facility is actually exceptions 4. 'Your facility is considered to lone complaint, which was not
providing the required care be in compliance with title VI of the satisfied immediately, is the subjectof Celebration...
and services rather than whetherthe civil rights act of 1964." litigation between the owners and Residents, employees and their
facility is capable of providingthe the contractor, James M. BarkerCo. guests had a big time celebratingtheir
care and services." The new Deficiencies Noted... Jacksonville. The specific cornplant new rating with a party on the
guideline emphasizes patient care, stated that the area betweenthe patio at the recently refurbished
rather than the review of paper- Experience states that an inspector east and west wings were "not of Whispering Pines Care Center.
work, which may be in perfect condition hasn't done his job if he cannot sufficient elevation to permit ade- The new building and its facilities
find and
leaving patients suffering for some discrepancy, this quate drainage." Although the
There have been called a big step forwardfor
report was no exception.
attention. should be
owners feel this correction the community.At .
were nine listed areas requiring action made by the contractor, they have p r
left, owner J.D. Griflis enjoysthe
Long Term Care... eight of which were corrected proceeded to eliminate the problemat : I
immediately. The ninth items will be hospitality and some of the good :
The Federal Register states that a completed prior to September 1, the their own expense.As food on hand for the celebration. M
LTC (long term care) facility survey
date allowed for corrections to be
essentially will consist of three com- made. a matter of record, facility
ponents: life safety code re- owners J.D. Griffis and George
quirementsl administrative and procedural Grosse have placed $322,160 In ST. JOHNS RIVER

requirements and direct Four: of the nine discrepancies had escrow, awaiting completion of deficiencies
resident care requirements. It is the to do with failure to keep proper in construction. Litigationis 51 ii,.: COMMUNITY COLLEGE
third component that has been add- records in the activities department. under way to determine a solutionof
ed, and is now being implemented.Under Activities Director Gayle Johnson the problems; however, operationof

provisions contained in the has now brought all activities the facility is not affected. TERM I EVENING SCHEDULE, 1986-87... ,,. ,a;: :ui I
new area of concern the survey records up to date.
team will target a certain number of Two complaints dealt with Celebration Dinner... (A State supported community'college serving Ciay..'Putnam and Ptvrqf St. Sohneoun'ea'' .o ::0iiM Jg

residents, depending on the size of maintenance problemsr one, fire The owners, administrative officers ,

the facility, for personal interviews doors were y latching, and staff members celebrted Classes Begin: August 25, 1986 Classes End: December 11,1918



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Butler City Clerk Woodington arrested on .notary charges 1

Lake: Butler City Clerk, Jackie Tobin said Woodington was not the Woodington and described her as being ed the land in the deed transter irom doing on my part. I'm a public official Lessig was in the Baker County
Johns Woodington,was back at workon central focus of the investigation, only on the outskirts of the investigation Lessig. and I do whatever I can do for Jail when the Incident occurred,
Monday, being released on bond, but merely on the outskirts of the incident other people. How would I know the waiting to be transferred to a federal
after she was arrested last week and Irene Palmiter of Raiford According to Tobin, Johns was Involved dates were changed, unless 11 could penitentiary. He Is serving a two-
charged with falsely notarizing a and her son, a federal prisoner named Tobin was unable to give further In falsely notarizing some of have known the origional dates?" year term resulting from his
signature on a deed transfer between James Alton Lessig have also information on the exact nature of the signatures in the transfer and she asked. pleading guilty in January to posses
a federal prisoner and his been charged In connection with the the Investigation, but said that It' was not Involved In making the sion of a firearm by a convicted
mother incident said Tobin. concerns some false transfer dateson "allegedly fraudulent date change."I felon and making false statements to

Mother and son were charged with the deeds for two pieces of land in notarized a deed, which is no "Some good always comes out of obtain a firearms permit.
An, on-going investigation being multiple counts of forgery and the Raiford area owned by Lesslg. more than any other notary In Union something like this," said
conducted by the Florida Depart- Woodington was charged with one County would have done." said Woodington, "If it makes other
ment of Law Enforcement; led toWoodlngton's count of false notary. Lessig apparently attempted to Woodington Tuesday, "When we notaries be more careful and not
show that some property had been notarize something we don't sit make the same mistake, then some Woodington was released on 52 SOO
Tobin also Indicated that more arrests transferred to his mother's name ata down and read the (dates and all the good has come from it. Although, I bond. The mother was released on
arrest, said Assistant are expected in this investigation. date several years before it actually prior witnesses. We notarize thatperson's don't see how any other notary her own recognizance and Lessig
State Attorney Harris Tobin from Tobin indicated that the In- was transferred. signature." would have known the date was ordered held without bond on
his Gainesville office vPlltl "Un"',, oAntrn) frwMi* l I. not Lessia's mother,Palmiter, receiv ,'hanond ..I..,.... the new charges.

Obituaries. I

Lorena J. McClendonMrs. William Preston DurdenMr. two sisters Keedwell Wilma Padgett and Jack Ray Hall Graveside services were con We wish to thank Archie Tanner

.Lorena Johns McClendon,83, William Preston Durden, 76, Jewell both of Brooker; Mr. Jack Ray Hall died early ducted Thursday, July 31, 1988 in Funeral Home and also Putnam
died Monday, August 11, 1986 In of Salvation Army Camp, Starke, GA three brothers,Stokes Dewey Alachua Stokes, Adel andDonel Thursday morning following a sud- Santa Fe Cemetery under the direction Supplies that was so kind to us, also
University Nursing Care Center Fla., died Thursday, August 7, 1986 Rudolph! Stokes Brooker, den illness. of Archie Tanner Funeral Homeof the UpJohn nurses. You will alwaysbe
after an extended illness. in Jacksonville Medical Center in neices and ; Mr. Hall was born and raised in Starke. remembered. Thank you again
Mrs. McClendon was born In Brad- Jacksonville following a long illness. nephews. Bradford County and had lived here and may God bless you.
ford County and lived most of her Born on February 15, 1910 in Fit Funeral services were held Fridayat his entire life. He was self-employed Family of Ossle WynnIn
the Rock Primitive
Baptist Card of ThanksThe
life in Jacksonville. She moved to as a roofer.
zgerald, Ga., Mr. Durden moved to Church
with the Elders Jack
Raiford from Hastings 2 1/2 years Starke in 1967 from Jacksonville. He church Albert Altman and Up- Survivors include his wife, Bon- Wynn Family would like to MemoryIn
ago. She was a housewife and a was a member of the Salvation Ar- Hazen the services.George nie; three daughters, Linda Hodges, send a most sincere thank you to of our loving mother,
conducting memory
member of the Raiford Holiness Donna Daughtery and Jackie Rae for the food and the
my and was a retired caretaker Burial was in Rock Cemetery under everyone Mrs. Margorett Albert, who
Revival Center. The Salvation Army Youth Camp In the direction of Archer Funeral Underhill; two brothers, James and flowers & gifts and most of all the departed this life for a better life
Survivors include one sister, Starke. William Hall; his mother, Mrs. prayers that went up for us. In times
Home of Lake Butler. with the Lord, on August 14, 1974.
Jessie M. Sells of Starke; three Survivors include his wife, Myrtle Thelma Me Adams; four grand- like this we realize how much our Elnora Cannon Family
brothers DeWitt Johns, Hastings, Thomas Durden; two daughters, children. family and friends mean to us.
Clyde Johns and Monroe Johns,both Lillian L. Norman, Palm Beach .
of Raiford; several neices and Gardens, Carolyn A. Williamson, '
nephews. Starke; two sons, Bobby F. Durden, \ VOTE

Funeral services were held Starke, Theodore A. Durden, ,, .
Wednesday, August 13, 1986 in the Jacksonville; three brothers, RudyH. t.
Raiford Holiness Revival Center Durden, Rocky Ford, Ga., ERNIEPADGETT Card of Thanks I

with Rev. Riley Pridgeon and Rev. Samuel B. Durden, Spartanburg, We would like to thank
Calvin Griffis officiating. Burial was S.C., & Thomas R. Durden, everyonefor
In Conner Cemetery with Archer Houghton Lake, Mich.; two sisters their prayers, their kindnessesand
floral in the loss
Funeral Home of Lake Butler in Lonnie Mae Mullis, & Connie L. arrangements
of loved .
Dell Smith.
our one.
charge of arrangements. Cole, both of Palatka; twenty-eight
grandchildren and twelve great US Congress Special thanks goes to Archie Tan-
Funeral Home.
George II. SheppardMr. grandchildren. ner
Harlis and Alice Ellington
George Harval Sheppard, 55, Funeral services were held in
of Gainesville, died Sunday at DeWitt C. Jones
Chapel on Monday, FORMER
Alachua General Hospital in August 11, with Rev. Raymond Baer

Gainesville.Mr. conducting the services. Burial was ((5 Years Apalachee Correctional Inst.)
Sheppard moved to in Hope Cemetery under the the
Gainesville 25 years ago from Tren- direction of Jones Funeral Home of Government Service
ton, where he was born. He was a Starke.In .
licensed practical nurse at Alachua County Commissioner, Jackson County TERWILLEGAR

General Hospital; served in the U.S. lieu of flowers, contributionsmay Director, Chipola Jr. College Instituteof E3 MOTORS
Army during the Korean conflict; be made to the charity of your
and a member of the Bethal Baptist choice. Government
Church in Trenton. Adjunct Instructor, Chipola Jr. College EDDIE STARLING -

Survivors include his wife, Merry Ruby Mae Stokes Director NEW & USED
Winkler ; his daughter, Apalachee Regional Planning Council
Kimberly Sheppard Miss Ruby Mae Stokes, 51, of Correctional Officer, Department of Corrections CARS & TRUCKS .
PearlBryant Brooker, died Wednesday night at
Gainesville; his mother,
Sheppard, Trenton; two her home after a long illness. Education Bring in your best

brothers, Curtis B. and Wilmon N. Miss Stokes was born and lived Marianna High School deal, let me try to
her entire life in the Brooker com
Sheppard Margaret,Peaden Gainesville, Trenton; two, sisters Wanda, munity. She was employed with St. Petersburg Jr. College AA Degree beat It!

Copeland Sausage Co. for 28 years FSU BS Degree Criminology '\ '.
Wood.Old Town.. ,
4 g eC
Funeral services will ba.heldat and had worked with the Universityof STARKE i .
: All work completed masters in Public
10:00 b.m. on Thursday August 14, Florida in the maintenance dept. 206 W. Madison nSS .
at NoFth-OihCfal' Baptist Church in fort five years:until she-retired in Administration at FSU 864-7200 ; 1' ;
member of the Rock -
Gainesville with the Rev. Fred Sloan 1985. She was a
conducting the services. Burial will Primitive Baptist Church. "A True Representative for You"
be in Bethal Baptist Church Survivors include her mother, Pil! Pol Adv
under the Mrs. Alberta L. Stokes of Brooker:
cemetery at Trenton
direction of Archie Tanner Funeral aI
Home in Starke. j\I

lAssie Starling $ _
Lissie Starling, 85 of Jacksonville
died Wednesday, July 30,1986, aftera
lengthy Illness. A long-time resident [
of Jacksonville, she was a
Church.member of the Wesconnett Baptist

Survivors Include two daughters, HARDWARE & GARDEN CENTERS
EWe Walnwrlght and Elsie Nor
man' grandson, Allan B. Wainwraht -
;; Jr.; granddaughter, Patricia a
Richardson; seven great
grandchildren; four sisters, Lillie a
Boree, Edna Pounders, Jessie
Kersey, and Julia Nolte.

Funeral services were held Fri. ... I I'1 1 1 1' 1
day, in the Hardage- .,1 .,
Giddens Guardian Chapel with Dr. "', .. 01 ,..'.
Harwood C. Steele officiating. : ..- ..
Burial was in Oak Grove Cemetery. : .,'" .
Serving as Pallbearers were great- .:... ': ,:?
m..1l,5j :t..., r
grandsons and great-great- '!H, .": "
grandsons. Honorary will be : 2: ;tl
-- -
Deacons of Wesconnett Baptist
Church. Gi s1: ; II I
.iI ....3 99'
Kathryn Louise Beard $ FACTORY ;... \Vhirlix5ol

Mrs. Kathryn: Louise Beard, 35, of .. 89 RECONDITIONEDMcCULLOCH k"

Keystone Heights, died Saturday, I .
August 9, 1986 in North Florida : Ia',
Regional Hospital in Gainesville .PJrii

I following Born on a August lingering 24, 1950 illness.in Tampa, 14 INCH CHAIN SAW 4 4,000 to 34,000 BTU's

Mrs. Beard moved to Keystone +! t ji'e"ng1rte< 2.0 cu. in. with exclusive chain brake t
: ) ,
Palatka Fla.
Heights In 1979 from Priced from $148
She was a member of Keystone .; for safefcutting.

United Methodist Church in Ors 310-16 CHAIN SAW . . 129.99
Keystone Heights; a schoolteacherof CARRIER swoBTUvtfii

special education In Melrose Community IIACIIO 610.20 CHAIN SAW . . 199.95 WHIRLPOOL s.1L.t y
School. 1gWe W 11. tt'.i 1{,

Eugene Survivors Marley Include, New her fatherl chey Jack, IEIIIIERS *rue.,,t., 1 1YitPdte $L lFWOEfi3 $

Fla.; Mother Jacqueline Davis $ Oblll.. .+t, wax*. wm, wn,$
Thomson, Northport, Ala.;
daughter, Mary Jacqueline Beard,
Keystone Heights; son, Kenneth M. TULLERCHIROPRACTIC
Beard, Keystone Heights, Fla.;
sister, Melissa Marley-Siefert,
Winston-Salem, N.C.; grandmother, CENTER
Susie E. Marley, Dothan, Ala.; :+ T'IT1!
several aunts & cousins. $39
Memorial services were held In 260-B South Lawrence Blvd Keystone Heights
Keystone United Methodist Churchin Per

August Landers Keystone 12 conducting, 1986 Heights, with the on Rev.Tuesday services.David ir Pre-School & Athletic Program HOMECENTRAL monthMOBILE

Burial will be in Carrollton
Cemetery In Carrollton, Ala., on
Thursday, August 14, -under the Physicals A top notch unit especially
direction of Jones Funeral Home of designed for mobile homes.Ask
$700 AIR I
Keystone Heights. about down
our no money ,
Note: In lieu of flowers, donations (State Approved) IBYAPPointment
should be made to
1 1 1 1 I's4'
Box 418
Keystone/Melrose, ,
Keystone Heights, Fla.Thank .
You i

Many thanks to the Bradford
County Sheriff's Dept. Rescue Unit, CALL
Bradford Hospital and Shands

Hospital.A I 473.7213-oR-473.7214 I
very special thanks to Mr.Glenn

Moore for taking care of Pamley .
Jean Gross 332 W. MADISO ST. PH. 88..7701.e.

Jessie H.Silcox

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1984 BRONCO XLT. Loaded. excellent OUT OF AREA FOR SALE

condition, AM/FM cassette CB power LINK FENCEi Installed Free
mirror AC hood lock chrome wheels, estimate HandyMan Fence Co.
1200.15 tires $12,000. FIRM. 964-6805. NORTH CAROLINA GEORGIA ft TENNESSEE Owner Tommy Reddish 9648559. tfn 1914 DESTINY MH with fireplace 1 c/TrWilk9LIr

8,7 2tpd 8/14 mountain property. Large 8 GLASS CUT TO ORDERi Doors, windows, Bedroom, and more. Take over
RARE-1967 JAGUAR 340. 3.4 Ltr. eng., small tracts INVESTMENT. TRI STATE etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY, payments. Call 782-3358 after 6 p.m.
auto driven daily. Aug 86 IMRON REALTY Copperhills, TN, 37317 or Blue 964-6078. Order also taken In Lake 3/20 TF REALTY
paint. Lt. blue/dk. blue. Black Interior Ridge GA 30513. Call 615496.4006 or Butler, 496.3079 and Keystone 1917 FLEETWOOD $7995. one left at this .
good cond., $7800 OBO. T.R. Edwards, 404.632.3417.fcon 86.244 4734973. 2/26 tfn price. FLYING Z MOBILE HOMES
Storke. FL ((904)) 9648504. 8/14 2tchg WANTTODRINKtTHAT'S Green Cove Spring. Call 284-5000 collect PHONE 96 -7776
8/21 BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES YOUR BUSINESS or call 1-471-0611 after 6 pm. 7/3 f

1969 VAN TRUCK with 18ft. body. V-8, WANT TO STOP pd 7/31 tfnchg 205 N. Temple, Starke I
327 gas motor. 4963921. 8/14 2tchg THAT'S OURS 1972 MANATEE DOUBLEWIDE TRAILER
8/21 Alcoholic Anonymous96441509646t94964e21 24X40. 2 BR. 2 BA 'Call after S p.m CECELIA TERWILLEGAR !

1970 CHEVY STATION WAGON for sale OWN YOUR OWN I.an..port.wear.ladle. 7823724.731 4tpd 8/21
$400. 9644879. 8/14 1 Itpd. .
apparel, chlldrens/moternlty pd thru IllS 4961383.8, 2tpd 8/14
large sizes, petite accessories REPAIRi All make
cond., am/lm cb, 450cc additions, out bldg. SR
or bridal shop Jordache cleaned oiled and adjusted $15. Used
engine, full towing package, carefully Chic. Lee, Levi), Izod Gitano Guess, sewing machines for sole. James 8/14 16 E. 964-8592. after 6 pm. 8/7 2 tchg BEAUTIFUL HAMPTON LAKE.Brick 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA, fireplace,

maintained, 59,000 miles 964.8073. Calvin Klein Sergio Valente Evan Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy NEW & USED MOBILE HOME Call screened back porch terrazz floor, 75' ol nice clean beach
8 14 21pd 8'21 Plcone, Liz Claiborne Members Only 16 Starke. 9648733. 12/5TF
Well at SAW Mobile Home, 964-6407 $95,000.
1969 FORD LTD good Inside and out. Gasoline, Healthtex, over 1000 others. HANDYMANi carpentry, painting electrical 964.6408.8/14 tfnrw
$450. 964-4003. 8/U 2tpd 8/21. $14.300 to $25,900 Inventory training complete home or
repair.Reasonable 12 X 65 2 BR, 1 BA vaulted
ceiling completely EXCELLENT BUY 80 ACRES-$96,000 Heavy pines( 20 acres
------------ fixtures, grand openings etc. can rates licensed contractor.Call redone In 1984 cond
MOTORCYCLESHONDA open 15 days Mr. Loughlin ((612)) Mitch, 4733940. 1/9TF $5250. Owner financing.exec 9644269.? cleared, fenced, barn on St. Rd. 235 Near New River.
----------- 8886555. Itpd 8/14 TIRED OF PAINTING YOUR HOME Call Rd .
8/14 2tpd 8/21 OWNER GOING TO SEMINARY-Forsythe over 15 acres
LONG DISTANCE TRUCKING, nor. 964-6766 Homes Beautiful of N.' Fla.
350X three wheeler brandnew fenced & cross-fenced good timber .. frame home
thAmericon Van lines needs We will tell you how to ovoid that job PUBLIC NOTICE approx.
4732214. 8/7 tndchg owner/operators! If you need training and Increase the value of your home. All Homes In Stock 52000. Also shed 20' x 20' pole barn wired for 220 & 110 2
----------- will train You will 5/1 TF
we you. operate Sold At Cost I livestock pens with running water Also an additional 13.54
YARD SALES tractor. If don't have. LAWN SERVICE: reasonable
your own you rates Most A 8 W Mobil.Homes
------------ one, northAmerlcan offers a tractor lawns $15. Phone 964.4238.5/8 TF acres for approx. $24,373.

1008 CLARK ST.. Baby's children's & purchase program that can put you In anew ROBERTS LAWN MOWING Reasonable Siorke 964.6407 MOVE IN TODAY-504 Legion Terrace-3 BR,, 1 1/2 BA, CH/A,

juniors clothing patterns, shoes, etc., tractor for $2500 down. If you are Free estimates, Call 964.4600 Alter PROPERTY Hotpolnt D/W, stove, 15 1/2 cu. ft. refrlg. wIce maker, '
Aug 15 & 16. 8. 14 1 Itpd 21 or over and think you may qualify 4.00-Small: Yard $10.00. 8/7 2tpd 8/14 washer/dryer, four ceiling fans, drapes, blinds, tinted windows
YARD SALE car stove w/hood & ref to we'd like to send you a complete Information EXPERIENCED ELECTRICIAN Residential, RENT/LEASE
match lots of misc., Friday all day and package. Call any weekday.TOLL complete house wiring room additions I freshly painted Inside & out, patio 10))x 10 utility bldg.,

Sot. til, noon. 1 1103 Pratt Sf. 8/14 Itchg FREE 1 ((800)) 3482191. Ask for and house rewiring. Mobile home service nice chandelier In Dinina Room.A .

YARD SALE. Sot 8 am til 12. Low prices! Dept. 97. fcan 86-238 A/C circuits and ceiling fan hook. NORTHWEST CORNER OF Call 8 Thomp JOY TO LIVE IN: Approx. 2417 sw. ft., CH/A, 3 BR,,,2 BA,
OWN YOUR OWN $10.99 one price Phone 964.8450.8/14 eon Streets: 2
car bikes, clothes appliances, fur ups. Itpd story masonry building.
,niture.' CR 233 and 25th St. 9644228. designer shoe store. A retail price BABYSITTING In my home, family at Clyde W. Simpson, 3566849. 4/10TF spacious LR with fireplace, gracious Fla. room, utility room,
8 14 Itpd unbelievable for quality shoes normally mosphere. 964.4799.8/14 Itpd S RETAIL STORES for lease. Highway 301 skylights, 2 utility bldgs.', privacy fence. Reduced to 44000.

YARD SALE Fri. 8 Sat., 15th & 16th furniture priced from $19 to $60. Over ISO ROOF COATING will coat your roof .& South. 473.3627 or 9648848. 5/8TF THE PERFECT SECOND HOME: Hall Lake with 2 BR guest house,

clothes, shoes odds 8 ends. brand names 250 styles $14,300 to guarantee It against leak for one dock and covered dock patio, clear water for swimming and
100 W. to 3rd St.. watch for signs. 8/14 $25,900 Inventory training, fixtures year. Single wide start at $150. LOSTFOUNDLOST
Itpd grand opening. Can combine with over Relevellng all sizes $50 plus any fishing. Budget priced at 33000. Owner financing.

MOVING SALE weight set couch 1,000 brands of apparel accessory materials. Call now for free estimate. .BARGAIN OF THE YEAR-BROOKER-Extra nice .one blk from

2 sets tobles & chairs freezer vic dancewear/aerobic chlldrens shop. 964-4680, Mon-Frl. 99. 8/14 4tchg 94I OR STRAYED very large mostly school-1500 ft. of excel. liv. space-only 8 yrs.
Mola, other furniture and misc. Can open 15 days Mr. Keenan ((305)) I WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT your children block, altered tom cat. Has white paws sq. '
Evenings, -964-5997. 8/14 Itpd 695 8267. 8/14 1 Itpd in yhomedays.964.7321.8144tchgBABYSITTING and tad looking clown face. I can old-CH&A-$43,000, VA assum. mtg, of $35,000 at 9V4 %. You

YARD SALE. Variety of stuff. Aug. 16, UNIQUE EQUAL OPPORTUNITY. Absolutely 9/4 recognize him immediately' $250. can get Into this home for approx. $6,0001
9 2, 417 S. Cherry St. 8/14 Itpd NO selling. We will pay YOUto IN MY HOME, Christian REWARD. NO QUESTIONS ASKED. AN INVITATION TO SPACIOUS LIVING-Corner Orange & Pratt
YARD SALE Fri. 8 Sot., WestmorelandTr manufacture our small prestigious mother with references. Call 9644879. 9648600. 8/14Itpd :
3 Br., 2 Ba., CH&A, LR, DR, family room & screened in patio.
Pk., Lot 22. Clothes, jewelry old business product in your home or of. 8/14 Itpd
lecords, misc. items.. Inside 8/14 Itpd fice. Requirements: proven honesty .HOME FOR FAMILY ENJOYMENT Lovely brick, colonial home

YARD SALE 134 E. South St., Fri., Sat., & and Integrity: $24,000 deposit securedby off Geiger Rd.-4 bedrooms 2 baths-approx. 2700 sq. ft10.09
Sun Toys tools bicycles table 8 Inv./equipment of$37,500, 60 sq.ft. amenities.
chairs. pitcher-bowl-stand corner of space; daily access to post office for AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA acres-many
.THE GREAT GET-A-WAY We proud to offer a handsome
stands little bit of everything. 8/14 shipping; at least 3 personal : are
Itpd references ((1 banker preferred). Only A Accelerated Inc. A brick & cedar home on 37V4 acres, 4 BR 2'/ bath, plus a nice

YARD SALE housewares bed spreads 1 person or couple to be selected In Realty barn, energy efficient $133,000.
Clark behind each area. Age race sex, education A A
lots more. 1006 St.
IN THE COUNTRY! Twelve home
George Roberts Ins Sat Aug. 16, 8.1 religion 8 handicaps are NOT con
p.m. 8/ 14 Itchg siderations. To find out If you qualify A Phone: 964-4544 A approx. 2900 sq. ft., 4 Br, 2 ba, barn, workshop, pole barn

YARD SALE Sat. & Sun. CR 18. 1 mile Call Annapolis MD ((8am-6pm) EDT 1520 ((31x42)), fenced and cross-fenced, $85,000.
west of 301 on Hampton Lake. End ((301)) 2678830. fcan 86.242 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) StarU Florida A WALK TO EVERYTHINGI I 1032 E. Call St., 3 BR, I'/i bath

tables tools household Items, clothes, Homes Lots Acreage Waterfront
A $45,000.
etc moving. 8i14ltpd. BOATS
YARD SALE 3 family. garage sale Sot 8 m 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd. Owner
A No Charge to List Your for Sale A
Sun Sewing machine typewriters Property LI3 will finance 82322. A smart Florida Investment.
RANGER 1S5-A, 15ft w/50 HP Mercury Call and discuss it with .. t)
household goods and small appliances.Lots A us. 'i subdivided
INVESTORS: 438 Acres in South Bradford County. Partially
ss prop created live wells, Bilge Silver
of clothes, great school clothes for LOVELY BRICK HOME 2 BR, 2 BA big living 8 dining room combo, IUMHI, ."u" close school $1,000 acre.
girls sizes 10, 12, 148 Jr. 1357.6922 Trol trolling motor. Super Sixty II depth A kitchen 8 breakfast nook 65000. A highway frontage, to per
Deer Rd. 8/14 finder custom drive-on trailer $3500. Hardwood trees. Developer's dream I
Springs Keystone Hgts.
431.1496 alter 5 pm or days 431-1212 LIKE TO GROW A GARDEN 5 acres with brick home 3 BR., 2 BA.. eat-In kitchen
1 tchg. ext. 210. 8/7 2tpd 8/14 A with large snack bar family room with fireplace, 58000. A PRIME EXECUTIVE OFFICES ON US 301 near Edwards Rd. Seven

---------- 1984 MASTER CRAFT SKI BOAT, power A ALMOST NEW Lovely brick home with. 5 BR.,, 2 BA., enclosed garage close to ci A thousand four hundred forty six sq. ft.:In Bldg. with 150' on Hwy

HOMES slot loaded. Gray 8 blue, excellent ty. 77900. 301 by 254' deep. ParkTncf'space for 30 cars $199,0001 :"

FOR SALE cond., garage kept. 4732214. 8/7 A ROOM TO ROAM Spacious home nestled' on 5 Acres 3 BR., 2 BA.. great room, A ....PRlifERREDNOP&RTlES.... v.
tfnchg with fireplace, patio storage building fish pond; 74900. 1 SIX ACRES-Great Buy-Primitive Baptist Church Rd. 12000.
A LIVE THE SATISFIED COUNTRY LIFE Brick home on 2 acres, 3 BR.. 2 BA.. Central A
TWO BEDROOM furnished house on corner heat and ceiling fans, brick b ''I GRAHAM BR, 1 BA Frame home-reduced 16500.
LAND FOR SALELOT air -b-q pit, utility bldg., $57,900.
lot newly renovated. 26000. A NEAT FRAME HOME 2 BR, 1 BA 26000. A BROOKER-Trailer 14' x 56' plus lot 100' x 10020000.

small down payment and owner willInarlce. A HANDY MAN SPECIAL Frame Home, :2 BR 1 BA in the city 15000. A .HI & DRY14.05 Ac., 2 wells, septic tank $35,000.
1 Ph 964 5970. TFNchg
IN CITY Call 964-5764 after
THREE BEDROOM BRICK HOME CH/A 2 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn ; 251 34900.FEET ON 301-frame home 4 BR., 1 BA., welt 8 septic tank utility bldg.. I NEAR LAKE ALTO-Ten acres-l5,000.
Bo LR DR fireplace, breakfast room FOR PRE-SALE, 5 acres some wooded. A .LAURA CHURCH RD.-Four plus acres 10000.
Glendale St., AND THE LIVING IS EASY One-Unit duplex 2 BR. 1 BA, $27.900. I
room. 560 South of Lake Excellent location.
game City.
964-5468_ 3. 13 TF Starting at 9500. $500 down balance A NEAT MOBILE HOME Located In Brooker. 2 BR, 2 BA, porch. tool shed on 2 lots A I WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre $15,000.

LOG HOMES, Over 40 rustic models to over 15 years at 11 1/24/3 intereit A 25000. A I PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or will divide.
choose from. Send for FREE $106.57/mo. FREE BROCHURE Country NEED TO SEE TO APPRECIATE Mobile home, 3 BR, 2 BA. Central heat and air, .SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine acres, 2 wells, 3 septic tanks.
BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES enclosed .in brick, well 8 septic tank, 56900. I
Rivers Realty P.O. Box 207 Ft. White, A A FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club $90,000.
Box 84CF, Moss. Tenn., COMMERCIAL PROPERTY-Building with Approx. 15,000 It. floor ,
Route One Flo., 32038. Call Collect ((904)) 497-3305 sq. space corner I 1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East $7,700.
38575. 800.231-3695. lean 86-236 anytime fcan 86-243 A of Madison 8 Thompson 74900. A
FOR SALE OR TRADE Beautiful Br, 2Ba. LINCOLN CITY. Price range from $1500 to COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 301 South 146 ft. frontage, 1 lot on 301 North BEAUTIFUL 3 BR, 3 BA, home with 2 1/2 acres to 50 acres.

2 car garage with pool In NW $3000. Check with David, 9646033. A LAND FOR SALE 2 parcels 4.55 acres and 2.16 acres near Graham. A POULTRY FARM on 5 acres with four barns.

Gainesville Many extras, save 10 ACRES OF PEACE 8 QUIET Located In S. Cloy County Nicely wooded on Im .2 BUILDINGS ON CALL ST.-Both for $40,200.
thousands. Owner financing possible.own.r NOTICE A proved road only 17000. A
e3 LOTS each 50'x 100' all for
needs property or land In Lake ATER FRONT LOTS Sampson Lake 8 River,, Start at $8,000. owner financing.
Butler Storke, Macclenny area. A OUNTRY CLUB ESTATES Lot for sale. A CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' x 385' $17,000.
371 -1128. 7/24 4tpd 8/14 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted ARM FOR SALE 131 Acres. After Hours
COTTAGE TO to the Bradford A
OUSE FOR RENT 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths.A .
YOUR LOT, approx 1200 sq. ft.. 3 Br, 1 Telegraph office In writing and paid In Pauline Randolph 964.6323
-486 Temple Ave., Suite C, 925 Sq. ft. A
8/14 advance unless credit is
Bo, $5.500.533-2116.8/7 2tchg already Randy Cory 475.2597
319 ST. CLAIR ST., 3 Br, 1 Ba fully established with this office. A .FREE NOTARY SERVICES-. A
assumable 1st mtg. at 8 3/4% 33500. THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE PUT US TO WORK FOR YOU I III I Anne Terwillegar Nelson 473.7541
Call 964.4718 after 6 p.m. 8/7 2tpd 8/14 HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN A A

remodeled with' deck. On wooded lot. THE TELEPHONE. A

Call after 7 p.m. 4737854. 7/31 3tchg Classified deadline Is TUESDAY, Wayne Douglas...... .964-6593 Novls Ward..............964.7454A

8. 14 NOON prior to Thursday publication. A John Greene..........,..533-2121 Bill Dodd................964-7408 A Tim's Custom Cabinets .
1 Ba, 3.64 Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50,
HOME. 3Br. acres
BRICK CHI A. fully carpeted on pecan trees then 15 cents for each word thereafter. A Irving Clark...............964-7188 Cindy Kurimay ........964.7408 A *Remodeling _.,,.=I

priced to sell. 964-8970. 8/7 tfnchg EvelynC'.aslain.' ..... .964.4319 Don H v.d 1 1MM905 *New Construction ..
PERSONAL SERVICESLAWN A. A *Cabinets' *Tile Ceilings ,
---- .---- Tom Bement..964.6439 Patsy Laws.In......... 964.692
WANTED Free Estimates 'iI
A. A
NEED MOWING Hedges need Call
trimming? 964.4116. 8/14 1 Itpd
CHINESE GEESE and Peacocks. 9647149. WILL BABYSIT your children In my horn, 964-4380 Shop 964.6238 Eves TFI

8/141 tpd $5 per day per child. Evelyn Tyler
964-6373. 8/14 Itpd. ,
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FAULKNER REALTY INC. l A RARE FIND:530 acres in ore) AFFORDABLE-In city, 3 Br, 1 I

1 : parcel with many possibilities. Ba, fenced cor. lot. $34,500.

Located Hwy 301.1 Blk S. of St. Rd. 100 s 1 Over 3,000 ft. highway frontage.
HOME.In city on
Approx. 3,900 ft. 'adjoining ap

9645069Susan Starke Golf & Country Club. prox. 9/10 acre. 4 Br, 2 Ba,

964-4522 Timber valued at over $200,000. CH&A, 1900 plus sq. ft. assum.

M. Faulkner, GRI CRB DAVID L.i DODGE, #VS A mtg.U.S.

South 301. Plaza. V 4 4t SPACE: over 2500 ft. with 3 2 acres to 6 plus acres.

RESIDENTIAL S. e bedrooms, 3 baths and too many
Open Mon. thru Fri. DO YOU WANT A BUY??
COUNTRY CLUB AREA lovely 4 BR, 4BA-2 story home, approx. 1 1/2 acre '::30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. features to describe on 3 3/4 Thisis
pool tennis court. You should see this Sat. 9 ..m. to 4 p.m. SUZANNE KITCHENS acres. itll I I 3 Br., 2 Ba., close to

MOVE IN NOW-4 BR, 2 BA on 5 acre(?) only 41000. i A PRESTIGIOUS AREALocatedin everything. $27,000.
GREAT LOCATION 3 BR 2 BA overlooking Crystal Lake.. ** Hf l EEU MXfJRSnU &FnBHf9mBBRB UfBi i *mmmll' *m' *m'mm *'
REDUCED TO 17200.1313 West Madison 2 BR, 1 BA. Appraisals for Residence Farm Commercial Business area of other lovely homes, LAKE ACCESS-Extra nice MH,

EVERYTHING YOU COULD ASK FOR In a home. 4 BR, 4 BA, many extras, over I Your Full Service Real Estate Office e this 3 Br, 2 Ba is on a corner lot CH/A with beautiful grounds.

4500 sq. ft. Price reduced. with many amenities. Super
*ONLY $33,000 for 3 BR, 1 BA hardwood floors C/B CH/A. HOME BEAUTIFUL: on two *AWAY FROM THE CROWDS.You nice. Keystone area.

1440 SQ. FT. doublewide, built on porches 1 acre, extras 32000. Terms acres, 3 Br., 2 Ba., 1700 sq. ft.. will love the privacy this MOVE RIGHT IN-Close to *ZONED COMMERCIAL-in city.144'x52' .
OVER 1500 SQ. FT. C/B 3 BR, 2 BA, fenced yard good location priced In mid offers. 4 Br. 3 Ba., 2,100sq. w22'x46' bldg.. Ideal
CH/A many amenities. A home Hampton Lake 3 Br., 2 Ba.,

50s* COVE ARTS.-Now Is your opportunity to own rentals at reduced price, all 7 bargain. ft, plus an extra large CH&A. Plus a new 28'x40' CB for laundromat, or style center.

fo. $11 900. Terms *CLOSE TO STARKE, but coun- garage. Many other outstanding storage bldg., and a 10'x12'

IMMACULATE 3 BR 1 BA, just reduced to $36.000 on approx. 1/2 acre kits try atmosphere. Lovely 3 Br., 2 features on 1.76 acres. IN CITY. greenhouse. On 1 acre. All for *SOUTH 301 PLAZA: 7 unit ren-

then equipped. CH/A over 1500 sq. ft. Ba. 5 $60,000. tal complex full firm
on acres. Many occupancy,
utility building, 3/4 acre lovely trees. NEIGHBORHOODS Br.
*4 BR, 2 BA, with fireplace porches QUIET ,
features. REDUCED TO 28000.3 Br, 1 cash down payment required.
Low 708. W. Call St.1
405 1 Ba., CHSA,
3/4 ACRES and pasture with many pecan trees, good fencing, with 2 BR, 1 NICE BRICK HOME and good Ba on 1 acre. Close to Country '

BA frame and extra septic and electric pole. neighborhood. 3 Br., 1 1/2 Ba., Club. CORNER SR 18 & 301: 14.87

$32,300. acres with 940'ff on 301. Only 19
LOTS w/carport. 1 Acres & Building Lots A SOLID INVESTMENT: a mi. to Gainesville.
on 1.5,10and20acr.parc.ls world of enjoyment in this 4 BR,
BUILDING LOTS. Joins Country Club. 10 3 Br. 2 Ba. Let show
acres. us OWNER FINANCING-2 Br. 2
WATERFRONT, priced reduced to $13,000. Sampson Lake. Good section of Starting at $1,000 per acre 2 Ba Fm Rm, Liv. rm.,. Din. Rm., ,
you this one. You'll LOVE it. and Ba., doublewide on 1 acre. Now
Lake Sampson I Let Us H.lp,Yo.u sewing rm. more within
LAKE PROPERTY: Waterfront lot, 140 x 143 on Sampson lake. Owner Imonc- 2400 sq. ft., Priced at $73,000. only 24900.
..ng. I MINI-FARM Between Starke

BUILD ON THIS 2 I/2 acres, priced at 7500. Owner financing. and Lake Butler. 4 Br., 2 Ba., For L.aseCompl.t.ly

WOODED BLDG. LOTS on Hwy. 230. CH&A on 8 acres ExtraslargeCB R.novated We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties N
MELROse 1 acre on St. Rd. 26. also lake privilege. barn. Thinking of Buying or Selling? Call us! HV
J7 BEAUTIFUL ACRES. Secluded priced to sell less than $1.200 per acre. building and large pole 2 BR Apartment I:

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I't't' L- qJ494A Zenith 2$" Console Color TV In beautiful
walnut cabinet was $749.95. Now
\ AdsMOBILE need someone to take over paymentsof
$23.18 per month or pay small
it HOMESFor balance of $328.60. Call 496.2282.7/24
TTt 4tchg. 8/14
A r ? Coastal Bermuda hay round rolls $15 a
4 I'A e sale three mobile horn*, fair to roll. Minimum 10 rolls per person. Call
s good condition. 2-two bedroom and anytime ((904)259-7387) or
r l-loor bedroom I 1/2 both $2.400 ((912)843-2492.) Itchg. 8/14
, ) 1 each. while they lost! Call 496-2366. Palomino mare Five years old. Good
, &q4J 1 6/19 chg/tfn barrel prospect. Also had cattle train-
4'' fr a Ing. Spirited experienced riders only.
hi.WIB All Homes In Stock Call 4V6-3279. Itchg. 8/14

Sold At Cost I -
r v A B W Mobil.Homes HELP WANTED
nr Stirke 964-6407
B/Ultchg Live-In housekeeper Unencumbered

PERSONAL SERVICES salary free room and board. Call
496-3700. 8/14 tfn/chg.
- / 1 Hospice RN Part time "on call" position
I \ Beginning piano lessons offered by Hilda available for BSN having experience
,, S Mallard. Call 4962253. Itchg. 8/14 working homecare or with terminally
III patients, Must have own transportation .
NOTICE to travel Bradford and Union counties -
Challenging position with excellent
salary and differentials. Please
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted send resume to Alachua General
to the Union County Times office Hospital Inc.. 801 S.W. 2nd Ave ,
In writing and paid In advance Gainesville Fl. 32601. Itchg. 8/14
unless credit Is already establishedwith Full Time Maintenance Ma,,. Must have
this office. trim carpentry and some electrlrol ex
THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD perience. General maintenance from
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN lawn work to pointing. Apply In person
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 8 A.M. to 7 P.M., Monday: through
THE TELEPHONE. Saturday. Pines Mobile Home Pork.
Classified deadline Is TUESDAY SR121 lake Butler. References required .
NOON, prior to Thursday publication. hard worker only. 6/5
t Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50 tfn/chg.
.f 8M" Ski
s iv then 15 cents for each word thereafter. Chain sow lawn mower and small
3 r.lty 'u" tt engine mechanic. Only experiencedneed
apply. Call 4962534. 8 am.5
p.m. R 8 J Sow Shop Worthington Spr
REAL ESTATE ings. 7/17/tfn

;: Father-Daughter Injured in Tuesday Fire in Lake Butler OUT OF AREA HOMES

Fifteen-month-old Samantha David remains in Lake Butler the building nearly completely con- The origin and cause of the fire are PERTY? If I don't have it, I'll find It- Just Government Homes from $1 (U repair).
Lambert is in critical condition in Hospital where his condition is listedas sumed by the time they arrived. not yet known, and await an in- ask JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. Delinquent tax property. Repossessions .
the burn unit at Shands Teaching good. He received 2nd degree The wood frame building was "on vestigation by the state fire mar- 496-2126 or 4962903. eves, "YOUR Call 1(805)687-6000( ) Ext. H-1136
I Hospital in Gainesville after her burns on his back, or 15 percent of the ground" when firefighters got to shal's office. UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tInCARSTRUCKS for current repo list. 7/31 8tpd. 9/18
father, David Lambert, pulled her his body, according to a hospital the scene,according to a report filed
from their burning home in nor- spokesperson.The by LBVFD Chief Jerry Howell. INSURANCEMAINES
thwest Union County Tuesday morn- A small trailer near the house was Lake Butler Volunteer Fire
also lost and a small camper was approximately Department and Providence Quick INSURANCE AGENCY: 25 E
1\\. ing.Samantha received 2nd and 3rd Lake Butler Volunteer Fire a 50 percent loss. Response Unit, as well as Union 1976 Cadillac Sedan Devllle. $1,600 Main Street Lake Butler, 496-3978
degree burns over 35 to 40 percent of Department was alerted to the fire Both building and contents were County Ambulance Service all negotiable. Call 4963537. Itpd. 8/14 Complete Insurance Service 2lfree
her bodv. at 8:20: a.m. on Tuesday, but found estimated at a total loss. responded to the fire. 1978 Chrysler Newport. Good condition. 4/10, 17 then t'nCOMMERCIAL
See at Gulf Station In Lake Butler Itpd.
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F. Bradford Rescue Again Tops 100 Runs 8/14 FOR RENT RENTLEASEOFFICE PROPERTY

f Bradford County Emergency SerI Thirteen patients were transported two calls were to poison victims and were cancelled and one call was a TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
I vices responded to 105 calls during to Alachua Ueneral Haopital,four to one was a gunsnot wound victim.: false alarm.. RENT: Union County Times. 150 Located In Union County Times
,it I the month of July, according to Shands Hospital, four to North Two etric Main Street Lake Butler. Phone building. Call for Information
calls wet e 10 ousn patientsand Number 911
Supervisor Cliff Chapman. This is Florida Regional and one to VA, all three were to overdose victims. Emergency 496.2261 for Information. tfn 496-2261. if n.
the fourth month this year that in Gainesville. Four patients were OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
One call was to a boating accidentand THREE BEDROOM one bath furnished
Rescue has answered taken to the Reception Medical located In Union County Times Buildingat
more than IOC
Center. one was a standby at a fire, Firefighter Course 150 West Main. Call 496-2261, for house. Central heat and air. South of
seven calls were cancelled and three Lake Butler for $300 a month plus
65 of the calls resulted in thE Twenty calls were to illness false alarms. Offered in StarkeA more Information. tfn deposit. Land also available. Call
of 68 40 call related patients. Fifteen calls were were Two bedroom one bath mobile home
transporting patients. 1-262-1791 13721953. 7/24 6tpd
30-hour volunteer or
firefighter free cable TV. $175 a month, plus $50
to people in trauma and eight
required no transporting.The were
certification will be offered 8/28
Unit course Call 7523138.
QR-10 security deposit. Itchg.
back-up unit responded to trauma related to automobile ac
cidents. Unit Sept. 15-19 from 6 to 10:30: p.m. at the 8/14
and The Quick Response
seven runs one patient was
transported by ShandsCair. Six suffered respiratory problemsand answered eight calls during July,according Fire Department, accordingto
Firefighter Rusty Barrette.An .*********************.*,******.******+************.
eights calls were to cardiac to Chapman. -
The of the 39
majority patients, pa- Florida
instructor from the
taken Bradford tients. One call was alcohol related. 1'wo calls ucture fires, MULCH
were to Hospital. were iu "'LJ CYPRESS i
State Fire College in Ocala will pre-
--- three were to brush fires two calls
the at the
sent course no charge to
participants. : i
ALTERNATORS The State test will be given the last BARK
STARTERS GENERATORS .t l.night of the course. i
For further information call
RENTAL HOMES AUTOMOTIVI.Dlltll.MAIINI.INOUSTHIAlI 9647116. You pick-up or We Deliver i

Minimum 3 yds. Delivery i
e I
1,1 and 3 Bedroom All-Electric
R.T. LOVORN REALTY Cypress Lumber k

Close to hospital, schools, prisonsCABLE 9645274 Mary Redding 473-3628 ,
FULL TIME MAINTENANCE LAUNDROMAT IFOMIGN -DOMISTICI IIIi I aoI r.iiiil; ; LARGE 3BR,'2BA older home ir .1.*...**.....**..******************...**** '..5
NIGHT| LIGHTING| | I country. Just reduced


2BR on 3 ac.
496-2366 | WARD TO SERVING
with barn. Storybook Edition. US 301 N 964-5805

B.&M. Must see to appreciate. Tp*e SERVICE OPEN Friday & Saturday 9-7

:ODra 11IO BRBBIw103B1i/t0B10CIBpIr0100BBRBaal11: '! I 1 "'JIRBBn9T3711tIBIICa1 CB
move-in condition.
Conv. to stores & schools.
.. *
8'14 .ho tr Stump Removal

Free Estimate ih

From 473-7097 473-7679
Plumbing: Supplies JJjj

Ill Durrance Pump & SupplyWe Keystone After 5 Heights P.M. e Parts e Repairs

[[ Drill 2" 9r. *" wells|| State Licensed ")n Licensed & Insured Discount Price for

L Y US 301 North.164 N.Temple Ave.,Stark 964-7061' Tires & Batteries

-- Hwy 301 South ikndl'Housesmewnmua o
;BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY ESTATE In Lowtey area. This home has 3 Bedroomsand
2 Bathroom, brick veneer,over 2.000 b.autiful sq. H:of living area. The
Interior decor must be seen to appreciate. All this on 9.74 well kept acres plus I No Down Payment
nlc. landscaped yard and much. much more.MATHEWS .

; REALTY I Sizes and Styles
1 441 W. Madison Be Lr 'Many

Starke, FL 32091
RE At I UKAllot. '....<<69 964-8848
Harold Epps '....6616 vvJANE S. USHER'

tttarr UlJl{ Ip11CDI6'JBQIB0D1QOIpIt09IQE11UEC94451U1E'DfQOBBSBBCLRoberts I [ I < (!: I '" "County Realtor t... Evenings
496-2126 or 496-Z903X68

W.Mdt It_Lak.uUet. 964-4073 473-3627
Real Estate .

986 N.Temple Av.. Stark, FL FOR SAll

964-6262 IDEAL LOCATION 15 min to G'vllle, L. City L. Butler Alachua. Hlgn
Springs lovely country setting surrounds this very, very neat and comfortable MAINES REAL ESTATE
I home and 3.25 acres. This well kept property has fruit trees equip
eCOMMERCIAL Successful service station US 301
ment pole barn. Suitable for small operation. ,
$50,000. Call Today! WALK TO TOWN from this two story home Cent. H/A and wall to wall
ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile home..Only carpet. Needs minor repairs. Must see to appreciate. 25 EAST MAIN
$75,000. Owner terms possible. WORTHINGTON SPRINGS Three or four bedroom home. Cent. H/A. One
block off SR. 121. 1/2 to 2 acres available. Priced right to sell. BUTLER FL.
acre up LAKE
If CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, central heat & air. ,
Owner transferred must ...11.040 (
\\f I Reduced to 35000. ACRESProperty located In Union County. With rolling terrain and fron- 904-496-3978 Ml-

640 ACRES Excellent development property In a rapidly ting three roads,this property has numerous home sights and can be easily -

; : : growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that $1200 sub-divided. Parcel may also be sold In 20/20. Owner finance. FOR SALE LAKF rr.ER
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS 1.8 acre tract off Little Springs Road. Wooded
,g per acre) I. septic tank and well. Owner finance. 13 BR., 1 1/2 BA., block home, low 30s
: .DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath on 1 acre. $23,000.
Business/commercial ft building In
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY property city low 40's
3 BR., 2 BA., block, central H/AC,
SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. $11,000. limits of Lake Butler. Some financing available to qualified buyer Could be
.38 ACRE FARM Northwest of Starke, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bath used for several businesses with pl.nty of parking space ovlalable. 13 BR., 2 BA., central H/AC, brick home, fenced, mid

frame with out-buildings, CH/A HAVE 3 TO S acres available with owners out of town&need to sell. Some 40's
financing available. Ha assumable l Mans too Call today for oppt. to ....
'I .10 ACRES Pecan grove, no Improvements. HAVE 2 VA HOMES with assumable Inims. Proper down payment neededto SEVERAL CHOICE BUILDING. LOTS, approx. '2 acres,

FORSYTH ROAD 5 Acres plus, no Improvements. 640 ft. 4 qualify only. No credit report or loonx iotlna cost needed. I In size.LARGE.
frontage on road. 2.9 acres with older mobile home well

pump, septic tank.COMPLETE PROPERTIES IN UNION COUNTY. Springs Area

George W. Roberts Jr. Broker : FOR RENT

964-6058 Evenings 496-2126 or 496-2903 Eves. MOBILE HOME LOTS for rent in Union County Lake

Terry A. Gaines, CSM, Salesman/Appraiser I
Q' 64-4181 Evenings "Your Union County REALTOR" Butler and Worthington Springs.

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DOG PUPPIES All white. 3 males LAKE GENEVA RENTALS' Weekly month CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
CRUISE SHIP JOBS I Great Income poten ft 2ND MORTGAGE MONEY. $ For 1 female. $50 each 4732289. !/, efficiency apartments, 1 or 2 BR, the Lake Monitor office .
soft All occupatloni. For Info call: ((312)) any purpose, credit no problem. Fast 8/14.21 2tcho 750 CC SUZUKI MOTORCYCLE loaded call 473.2919. 8/7 tfnchg In to and Region) In advance

742.8620 ext. 362. 7/31 4tpd 8/21 personal service, ask for Tim, Paxton 27 FT. ABOVE GROUND POOL with deckS low mileage. A-1 condition. $800 or HOUSE ON LAKE GENEVA Across from unless credit writing)I II already paid established
EXPERIENCED NURSING ASSISTANTS Co. 3063 Hartley Rd. Jacksonville best offer. 4732000. 8/7.14 Nice.
2tpd month.
Mtg. sand filler, 1 yr. old. $800. Call golf course $400 a with this office.MONITOR .
needed at Whit paring Pines Car. Ctr. ((904)) 268.4109 Lie. Mtg. Broken 7/24 964.7921 after 6 p.m. 8/14 Itpd HONDA ACCORD 1982 Hatchback AC. 473.3083 or 4752838. 8/7 tfnchg STAFF CANNOT BE HELD

Coll Susan Cook. 9646220. 12/5TF Stpd 8/21 BOX SPRINGS ft MATTRESS playpen stereo, great condition Inside ft out, MOIRE HOMES FOR RENT $150 per RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON honest NOW FORMING, PROGRESSIVE COUNTRY one owner$4700.475.1310,1 Itchg 8/14 month. Partially furnished. Keystone
'lamp, freexer. Phone 9646339. 8/14 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
clean cut A MUSTI! References required BAND. Musicians wanted. Call : area. 4732026. 9/7 tfnchg
; possible, $25.000 first Apply 964.4092 4681119. 8/14 Itpd Mobile
year. or SOLID OAK BR. SUITE triple dresser FOR SALE ONE ft ONE-QUARTER ACRE Classified deadline Is
D & S Motor. 207 N. Temple No LCCC FALL SEMESTER Is starting. Enroll chest of drawers A size bed home 'lot. Water septic tank, with 200 Tuesday noon
queen prior to Thursday publication.
phon. calls 4/3 TF for Industrial Education Career
REAL ESTATE NOW Parallel $150; Copper Elec. range, $75: gai: le'/i PT. MONARK $-1 BOWRIDER amp. pole, SI 30 month. 17652033. Minimum charge It 15 words for$3.50,
LICENSING, only 4 week, Education University 7/31-8/14
Call and MORE. heater $40; wood stove $80: double Lounge seats, teak ski storage, three Stpd then 15 cents for each word thereafter.
1.755.4040. N. Fla. Real Estate Col Education classes 2 1 BA
Call 9648182. 8/1 nice built
bed $50; Randy cooler/storogesl/ Instrumentation.
I.g. 7/3TFN Call 7521822. 8/14 2tchg 8/21 Extra utility living roam dining room, AC.
AIRLINE JOBS $17.800 to $68.500/year LEARN AUTO MECHANICS Brick & Block storage. Large month. 4752052.
FORD 3000 DIESEl TRACTOR, 40 hp 3 pt fuel tank. Bow rail canvas, boarding $350 per 2tchg
Now Small Gas Engineor
hiring. Call JOB LINE Welding 7/31-8/7
Masonry hitch, 1974 model. $2800 or trade platform. Older Johnson 135 HP. RUNS
1518459.3535 Ext. A-3377 for Info. 24 ElectronicsIn PERSONAL SERVICES
Marine Engine Repair or COZY APARTMENT $250 month. Fully
6592678. (Marc) 8/14 2tpd 8/21 GOODI! SS Props. CLEAN. $5500. Lorry.
Hrs 8/14 828CONSTRUCTION. Information call
3tpd classes at LCCC. For furnished. 4732606. 2tpd 8/7-14
DRIVERS. MECHANICS 752.1822, ext. 214. Day and evening 475.1267.8/7 tfnchg FOR RENT SALE OR LEASE OPTION In
welders, electricians, machinists, classes begin soon 8/14 2tchg 8/21 FOR RENT RABBITS all sizes, all colors, cages, Keystone. 2 BR mobile home excellent FURNITURE. AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING
crock, feeders. All or part. 4732000. Hand rubbed roil finishes. Call Joe,
OWL and learn
carpenters, needed Immediately Also WISE UPI BE A NIGHT condition partially furnished CH/A.
airline jobs. Will train some positions. lawn Mower and Outboard Motor 2tpd 8/7.14 475-1269 ask for Jackie. 473.2521.8/7 tfnchg
PARK China/buffet Mowing, yard
Wed. Three
(Up to $6000/month) TranscontinentalJob Repair at LCCC on nights. Owner/Broker. 8/14-28
Mobile Home and spaces for rent. with leaf and six choir, $350. Call work chain saw work tree trimming,
.. for 12 weeks For
Search ((308)) 382.3700 f. fcan hour class runs more .SMALL LAKEFRONT COTTAGE $200 a
86.239 Information call 752.1822, ext. 239. Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone 473.3472 after 6 p.m. Itchg 8/14 trash hauling, any odd lob. 4733321.
month utilities. couple
plus Single or
964.7498.9/16 tfn COMPLETE LIVING ROOM SET light 8/7 tfnchg
GOVERNMENT JOBSI! Now hiring In 8/14 2tchg 8/21 _. 4733321. 8/14
your -
? only. Itpd
area both skilled and unskilled. For NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 tables, $125: $100; big wall mirror, $15; PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile

list of |jobs and application call ((615)) SCHOOLS BA apt. For more Information call lake dining table chairs, $35. 4734897. 'LAKE BROOKLYN, 2 BR, .Iurnlshed cottage homes, pools, deck, sidewalks. Free
383-2627 Ext. J507. fcan 86.241 Butler Apt*. 4963141. Equal Opportunity Itpd 814MUSICAL A/C heat, available S.pt. thru estimates. Call Rob 4733590. 8/7
6/7 INSTRUMENTS $100 May. $325 $200 dep. 1-757-3419. tfnchg
R.N.'S a LPN'S needed at Whispering Houilng. tfnchg Trumpet ; mo.
Pines Car. Center. Call 964.6220 ask SEMI DRIVER TRAINING. Earn Big Bucks- ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel $8 Trombone $45; Guitar $90. 4737095. 8/1411 dOFFICE LAWN MOWING Trimming, edging.

for Elaine or Susan. 8/7 2tchg 8/14 Drive Big Trucks! D.O.T. Certification per night. From $35 per week. Discount 8/14 tfnchg BUILDING: SR 21 N. 2100 Sq. Ft. Call The Lawn Barber. 473.3590.. Free
EXPERIENCED roofing and sheet metalworkers Local and National Job Placement offered for longer term. Apply In per. SADDLE (CRATES) 14 Inch barrel brand of offices, reitrooms. Coll Century 21 Estimates 8/7 tfnchg

In Jacksonville phone Assistance Correspondence/Resident son, Magnolia Hotel, Walnut St. across new. Cost $800. will sacrifice for$400. Showcase Properties Inc Broker FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING .

358.2333, 8 am 5 pm. After 3, phone Training. Ellgile Institution for Financial from Post Office. TF 471-2730 or 4734746. Itchg 8/14 Keystone Heights.' 4734903. 8/7 4tchg House out of level? Call LaRue Leveling
Aid. Guaranteed Student Loans. FOR Service for all foundation
2593757.. Ask for Derrell. 8/7 2tpd APARTMENTS RENT N.wly 8/28 your
8/14 Call 1 ((800)) 282-8165. UNITED TRUCK decorated everything furnished. Laundry HOMES FOR SALE repairs 4737721. 8/7 tfnchg

LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER In nice country MASTER Resident Training: Tampa. FL facllltle Included. Video room MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE LONELY AND BLUE Who do you call?
fcon 86-237 available Will (The Blues Busters) by to
accept one child no writing
home near Waldo w/oll modern appliances 4 BR 2Vi BA brick home. Pool screen
; for mid-30's selfemployedmale. FOR SALE pet. Palm Apts., 2313 N. TempleAve. patio many extra. One block from LAKE GENEVA 1 or 2 Bedrooms, furnished. Lakeside Singles Club. Rt. 1 Box 330

AII."pen.e. plus for houseworkand ., Starke 32091. 5/1 TF schools. 160 ft. on road. 114000. Retired or handyman caretakercouple Hampton FL 32044. 8/7 tfnchg
2* FT. TRAILER for rent month 1 2 CARPET CLEANING Deep steam extraction
by or
or someone willing to pose for Owner will finance 473-4058 after 6p.m. preferred.< $200 to $275 month.
pencil drawings-will consider th.lalter BRADFORD LIMEROCK adults only. No pet. Deposit required. 3tpd 8/7-21 473.7269; 376.7749 or 3788622. 8/14 truck mounted equipment.C .
as part-time lob. Call 468-1173 SALES 964-8484. STARKE KOA KAM- t BR 2 BA Ocala brick home on Smith tfnchg .
Llmerock 1 Fill Dirt PGROUND, 301 South. 9/15TF Lake NEAT 2 BR-1BA Mobile home Keystone Heights 473-7770
anytime/eves best 8/7 2tpd 8/14 large lot, many extras $62.000. on high
WILMA'S VARIETY STORE honest 20 yd. semi-loads only $50 PER WEEK for you choice of our one 473-4058 after 6 p.m. 3tpd 8/7.21 dry 'lot Goodion Prairie Lake. Fish Half off on Scotchguard

dependable and rellabe. Must be 18 Phone 782-3172 5/23 tfchg bedroom apartments with refrlg. and TWO CONCRETE BLOCK HOUSES on from your back yard. Priced to sell for 8tpd7/10.8/28
yrs old or older. 9644191. 8/14 Itpd STORE BOUGHTi Furniture for sale at cooking facilities. All utilities are included Lake Johnson 2 BR, enclosed front 23500. Century 21. Harris Real Estate UPHOLSTERY Chairs couches, cushions

NIGHT CLERK-full-tim.. Apply In person Doublowide Home Center located In this price, *o why rent a room porch carport out buildings fenced 269.1080.2tpd 6/14-21 and campers. 4732452. 4tchg 87.28MISCELLANEOUS

anytime. Best Western. 1290 N. TempleAve. North on 301 Lawtey. Fla. (this is not when you can have an apartment. yard. Lot SO'X 500' (?) to lak.. First KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mobile Home

., Starke. ((10 a.m. 6p.m.) 8/14 trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg Monthly rate are $200. Call u. at house, $17,000; second house, 19000. 14X70 fully furnished. CH/A, corner
2tchg 821EXPERIENCED INSULATED OR STORM WINDOWS 964.4262 day, 964.6566 evening, or Call 413.2000.3tpd 8/7-21 lot. 26000. C.B. Isaac Realty.

TREE CLIMBER for tree custom made S installed Homes drop by and see the apartment BY OWNER lovely 5 year old brick, 2 475.2199.8/14 tlnchg PACK RAT Buy sell and trade collectible

work. Pay based on experience. Beautiful of N. Fla., 9646766. 5/1TF manager In apt. no. six at 314 North BR, 2 BA, CH/A LR A dining room 1916. 14X60 MH -on one acre land, 1000 Items and antiques. Used furniture

964.4828.8/14 Itchg MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa. Temple Ave. next to the Tenneco Sta large kitchen, brick porch could be 3rd gallon septic tank, 4 Inch well, located glassware, jewelry and much more.

HOUSEKEEPER mature lady for general $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn lion. 6/26 TF BR. Two car garage with radio door 2 miles north of Keystone. Call ownerat Come see for yourself. One mile east

housekeeping & cleaning Own CHEVY 4x4 PARTSi / ton anything you ONE BEDROOM furnished apt. In control. Nice yard with some fruit 4737770. 3tpd< 8/14-28 of Keystone Heights on Highway 100.

transportation & local references re need-Axles front or rear, auto duplex $200 plus security 329 CenterSt. trees. Separate utility bldg. Near Park 12X70 WITH 6x12 EXPANDO 2 BR, 2 full 4732183. 8/7 tfnchg

qulred. 9644269. 8/14 Itpd transm., transfer cases 2 different 4681115. 8/7 21pd 8/14 of the Palms. Shown by appt. only. Call baths, all electric 3 ton AC skirting. GRAPES Lilly's Vineyard. Coral Farms

HOSPICE RN-Part-tlme "on call" position types; spring lift blocks, big U bolts. ONE BEDROOM furnished house In 473.2429 after 5 p.m. 2tpd 8/14-21 Asking $6000. 4732152. Itchg 8/14 Road In Florahome. 6592121. 8/14
available for BSN having experience Call 9645812. TFce Brooker $175 plus dep. 485.1 S64 after tfnchg

working homecare or with terminallyill CHICKEN HOUSE MATERIALS 1 group $5 5 pm weekday 8/7 2tpd 8/14 PETSFOR PUBLIC NOTICEAll
pets or
patients. Must have own transportation per foot 1 group $3 per foot. 7/24
Sold At Co.1IA I
to travel Bradford and Union Coun 4tchg 8/14 children. $175 per month 9648404. LAND FOR SALE
8/14 2tpd 8/21 SALE Pit Bull/Rottweiler puppies, 8 W Mobile Homes
ties. Challenging position with ex- HALF PRICED
Flashing arrow signs
TRAILER W/ADDITION. Ideal for $75. Call after S p.m. 4732278. 2tchg Starke va-6+oi
ecllent 8 differentials, Please youngor
salary $2691 Lighted non-arrow 8/7-14 LAKE LOT Hillcrest Lake. $13,500.
send resume to Alachua General Unlighted $2291 Free letters! Full factory .elderly couple on 1 acre on CherrySt. Owner will finance. $164 p.r month.
9645150. 8/14
Hospital. Inc. 801 SW 2nd Ave., warranty. Limited time only. See Itpd. Lost 473.4367.8/7 tfnchg
Gainesville, Fla.. 32601. EOE. 8/14 locally. Call today! 1-800-423-0163 no no LAKE BROOKLYN WATERFRONT One
Itchg anytime fcan 86.240 Inside pets. $200 per month plus $100 wooded lot. 17500. Call 473.7162
$100 REWARD! Black male Labrador acre
deposit. 782.3233 7823363. 8/14 9
or a.m.
OPENINGS AVAILABLE for prior service 1975 1C FAN LEE LINER Travel trailer, after S. 8/7 tfnchg
1 Itchg. mixed dark spots on tongue. Lost Nov. Postmasters Village Turn at Gizmo
military personnel In the Naval Air good condition AC, fully self-
2 BR 2 BA MH nice lot 7 on SR-100 and Immokalee Road
and Hutchison. Itpd
Reserve Program In Jacksonville, FL. contained. $2,300. 9646805. 8/7 2tpd on expando LR. corner, SR 214
Answers to "Minor. 4737162. 8/7
and AC $230 per month. 4681777. 8/14 8/14
flight crew positions 8/14
tfnchg WANTED
available In patrol transport, helo and SLIDE-IN-CAMPER-, Ice box, sleeps Itchg. -
attack squadron. Call toll free 4, Ingood cond. $850. call 964-4718 PASTURE FOR RENT; 22 acres of good

1 800-521-1316: for more Information. after 6 pm. 8/7 2tpd 8/14 fenced well watered pasture. HELP WANTEDHAIR WANTED! NEEDEDI Portable oxygen
7.3 9647679.814 Itchg. 3 Retail tank that I con get refills for. Loan It.plea.e ,
13tpd9/25 CITATION heavy duty washing machine. SpacesFor
1021 W. PRATT ST., 3 Br. house carpeted. or sell to me at reasonablecost.
TYPISTS $500 homel I Write after 6
weekly at : like new. $175. 964-8592 pm.
CH8A step-down family STYLIST Full tervlce salon. Wagesplus Janie Wiles, Phone: 4733971.
P.O. Box 975 Elizabeth. NJ 07207. 7/10 8/7 2tcng B/14 Lease
commission, license required.Doris' .
room/fireplace large back porch with 2tpd 8/14.21 .
8/28 Informed
Btchg LOG HOMES. Be an
beam & tile efevoted'19eating Hair Clinic. 475-2211.8/7 tfnchg WATER SKIS'Jet" "
TWO HAIR STYLISTS NEEDED. Following homebuyer. Order the log Home Journal quarry .
area with through window KITCHEN ASSISTANT Part-time. 9 a.m. ski Shore Master boat dock. 473-7269;
pass 1.000. 1.250 & 2.750 sq.ft.
excellent Lincoln
not necessary. Must be cutters / FREE from American
kitchen. with lots to 1 p.m. Apply Park of the Palms Of. 3767749. 8/14
Plans to large utility room or Itchg
8 stylists 964-HAIRBENDERS( ) Homes. Two volume Home Hwy301S. I fice. Steady work. 2tchg 8/7-14'
of Outdoor
7 31 TFNchg Guide $993. (US) 800-334-5166 (NC) storage space. storage '
Across for local
bldg. corner lot. fenced wooded back From The) New PART-TIME WAITRESS -
EXCELLENT INCOME for part-time home 8006828127. fcan 86-235
assembly work. For Info call 26" MENS SCHWINN BICYCLE. Call yard. 1 yr. lease required & deposit. : Wal-Mart Shopping Center restaurant. Must have experience. Call ,t
for 473-4747. Itchg I,
964-8073 9645639.
504641.8003 Ext. 9579. 8/14 4tpd 94SECRETARIALBOOKKEEPERCLERICAL 964-8782 after 5 p.m. 8/14 Itpd $375. or 8/14 2tpd : BABYSITTER NEEDED IMMEDIATELY! AuNUTRti.
: CHAROLAIS-Angus steer 964.5485.8/14 per 964-8848 Call 473.3821 after 6.
funded and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker- < Monday-Friday.
part-time position; position Itchg.
j 8/14
through a state grant; flexible hours; FENCE FOR SALE: 79 panels, 4x8 ft. Owner at 964.5069 or 964.4048 TF 1 .tin, Itchg

must have 2 yrs. exp. In typing book white picket fence with posts, $500 CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On ]

keeping and other clerical duties; total or$7 per panel. 1 4ft. gate$10. I Highway 16 W. Close to prison. .
must be able to type 50CWPM. Mail opt gas stove, $30. White trellis 964.7530 or 4681323. 10/10 Tfchg MEN & WOMEN PLAN TO BUILD. Call about a lot

resume to LINDA DAY, e/o CITY OF panels, app. 4x3, make offer. FURNISHED efficiencies and mobil. good location. .
STARKE FLORIDA PO DRAWER C, 964-5876.8/14 I Itpd homes Inside city weekly & monthly. 17-62 FOR RENT-Office Bldg 211 S.

STARKE. FL 32091; application deadline MAYTAG WASHING MACHINE works JO LU Motel & MH Park. 964.8810.6/5 POSTAL JOBS Walnut St.. Beautifully decorated 3

is 82886. Equal opportunity employer. good. $100. Also 1974 Datsun. AT. AC FURNISHED APARTMENT living room 1 start at $390 per we.kFEDERALjOBS rooms, 2 desks, console, storage
8/14 Itchg runs good. 67.000 miles $975. Call Br. kitchenette, bath. Elec. & water fur. shelves, coffee area. TRAVEL AGENT

CASE MANAGER Duties: responsiblefor 473.4508.814 Itpd. nlshed. Sorry no children or pets GS- 5 $2/6 per week TOUR GUIDE

complete client case records In- GRAPES: Lily's Vineyard, Coral Farm- Phone 964-5033 or 4681338. 8/14Itpd. $308 week FLORILANDREALTY AIRLINE RESEIWATMMSTSam
GS.6 per
cluding home visits, assessment Rd. Florahome. Phone 6592121. 8/14 2 BR DUPLEX apt. for rent. $175 per .TWRTT
GS. 7 $342 week UCIUT rai
month 964-5951. 8/7 per
documentations & case plans. $ pervl- MF 35 DIESEL TRACTOR. $2000. 9644738. 8/14. plus Sec 2tchg GS- 8 $379 per week TIM MUSE UMK'ctsvfitnMM
sion of service delivery staff ar. I sub- 8/14 1IpdHOTPOINT im 1.aT.fIUIJCIII. TUMMHE
contractors. (Both home del.vered REFRIGERATOR. 17.8 w/lce 2 BR FURN. APT. $150 per month plus$75 GS-9 $419 per week 964-7700 tai IYIUIU
sec. dep. No Pets 9648071. 8/14. GS-10 ( k 393 N. Temple Ave.
Meals and congregate) Qualifications: maker avocado green $300. Kenmore NOW FOR CIVIL rucmiuBOTMcrMa
Degree In Social work previous experience self-cleaning oven, avacodo green 1 tchgCAMPERsleeps TRAIN Vernle P. Odom Brok.r-GRI RMITHS:UOmilXK FT.FL

in working with the elderly. _125. D. Forsyth 9646947. 8/14 Itchg 4. Clean furnished elec. SERVICE EXAMSHome ---- --------
Must be a resident of Bradford County. NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. 6 water. $125 mo. plus security Preparation For: -5 AC-301 So. 416' Road Frontage A.C.T.TRAVEL SCHOOL
Have nutrition and deposit. 964-5161 or 9648513. 8/14 POST OFFICECLERICAL will hold
some training Measures 24,36".25 cents each. Great .1 AC WITH WELL-owner
perience. Deadline for applying: for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH, 1 Itpd_ -MECHANICSINSPECTORS 1-800-432-3094

August 22, 1986, 4.30 p.m. Please send 135 W. Call St. 9646305. MOBILE HOME. 3 Br, 1 1/2 Ba. air. central Write S Include Phone No. mtg._LOTS-Graham Area. ,....t.dt1..it Mt CBUSINESS

resume to Suwannee River Economic COPY MACHINES: Canon-for rent or / heat carpet partly furnished on National Training S.rvlcelnc. _1 AC and larger.AS .
Council, Inc., P.O. Box 70 Live Oak, sole. Canon home copier $799; Canon Griffls Loop. No pets $250. $100 dep. P.O. Box 538 HOUSE$13.500.LOTSDalewood .
Fla., 32060, Attention: Frances L. home or office copier $999 Canon office Ernest Allen 964.6493. 8/14 Itpd Cherry Hill New 08003 IS .
Jersey ft .
Terry, Executive Director. Salary: $4.53 copier $1399. Rent to own for as HOUSE FOR RENT: need two renters to (1800524.2515) S/D. High Dry. ****************** _

670hr. 8/14 Itchg little as $43 per month. OFFICE SHOP share expenses Partially furnished. 8/7 3tpd 8/21 :

HOUSING REHAP SPECIALIST full-time 110 W. Call St., Starke. 964.5764.2/21 9644082.814 1 Itpd .

position: position funded through a ELECTRONIC ORGAN: $49.99 per month.: OPPORTUNITY. :
state grant program; starting date: No down payment. Call 964.6946. tfn FILL DIRT '1432-Lake Butl.r-7 ac., 2 BR. 2BA.: ..

9-13-86; must have at least 3 yrs. const APT. SIZE STOVE, good cond. $25 also "THE TIME IS RIGHT" mobile, 2 stocked ponds creek will

experience. Including project cost dining room table seats 6, $15. split FASHION STOP is !

estimating; duties Include preparationof 9646362. 8/7 ttchg Watson Realty Corp. has a few TOP SOIL 4430--1 Acre., mobile, sheds, lak. developing a new.:
housing Improvements/rehabilita 4 1/2 FT. KITCHEN BAR and 4 swivel vacancies for qualified Sales access. j

tion, preparation of Improvementscosts wooden bar stools $75.00. Call Associates. If you are, or have con //429--4 BR, 2 BA. 6 oc., 2 hookups shopping plaza adjacent :

; supervision of contractor's work; 9645311. 8/14 Itchg. sidered a career In Real Estate, we DRAIN FILL reduced) to their store on
coordination of clearance proect.| Mail KUBOTA TRACTOR, used less than 50 need to talk. Please call for a con. 435--moblle> (covered), small bldg. : J

resume to: LINDA DAY, c/o CITY OF hrs.. trailers planter fertilizer fldentlal Interview to determine If for comm. use, fronts state road J ; IIwy. 301 (across from; :
PO DRAWER C, STARKE FL cultivator, bedder tiller & ROCK
STARKE cutter you can be a part of the "Winning I100E. high school '14.
32091: application deadline Is: 82886. more. Must see to appreciate. Ernest
Team. 473-7653 or 4752272. 436--Golng Day Care Buslnas-good
Eguol opportunity employer.. 8/14__ Allen Grlffls Loop. 9646493. 8/14 Itpd 4681455CALL gross, unbelievable selling price :i ONLY TWO. :

WtU"Siw 23000. RETAIL Oil OFFICE :

RMlty Corp. AEALTOnS S437--20 2 locked ponds fenced
JOB ANNOUNCEMENTThe ANYTIME near Little ac. Santa Fe, privacy plus! ; SPACES are left !:

Lovely homesite.We ; Available for occupancy ;:

Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County Is ac- FOR SALE have other listings mobile on acreage i by Mid-June! :

for the position of: County Director of Zon- parcels, apartments, parks
cepting applications Fill Dirt or sites avatjahla( J Don't miss out on this :
ing, Building. Solid Waste, and Mosquito Control. This positionIs Top Soil Tractor Work REALTY44tttl location .
iSTROUT great F
for a highly motivated Individual to be responsible for directing Backhoe Bulldozer INCONYOS.tOI
and the administration of the county zoning and building ....u.u CALL 901-384-0603 :

department and the county solid waste and mosquito control 1124TFN 964.6182.964- I .. For Further ..
program This include the Implementation and maintenanceof 55S5 araalc .471'30t6_ : Information :

and building regulations, with experience In administration .3r. N. TKMPU _
zoning and public relations Applicant must be I fre. SAVE $ $ With F (. FL :32O9I ******************.

knowledgeable In solid waste collection and disposal principalsand I ,s "0" L.: .- .

practices and have supervisory experience of solid waste Estim Homes Beautiful ('/9 I

personnel. Applicant shall also be able to implement engineer Carpet (Any $ 95 Scotchgant

designed plans for landfill construction. Applicant shall have Room 14 Is

supervisory experience In mosquito control application practices WINDOWSAlso Cleaning & Hall) AvailaWtDM ,

budget preparation and accounting and possess a public
Also & Co.
Florida Dye
health pest control certification from the State of Florida. Appli Carpet

cant must have a four year college degree in urban planning Far e e Soffit & Fascia PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERE

engineering entomology or any related field associated with eras Awning e Screen Rooms W* specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of wan to wall carpel furniture cleanIng .

the duties of. this Job, plus a minimum of five year of experience e I
Brick or Stone and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality
in all the area listed above. Salary Cleaning
any or program work at low, low prices. Call now to make an appointment.
the Board of County Commissioners
negotiable Submit resume to Call Senior CUi/.c-n, !Discount i No Miloino Charge l-'rtv AtK.lee
( Bradford County. P.O. Drawer B. Starke, FL. 32091 no

later than August 25, 1906. HOMES BEAUTIFUL OF N .FLA.- MM.tw.-. Call 964-4997 Call e Member i r

Bradford County is an equal opportunity employer. 250 fl ft. Check VtKow Pages In local pitons book Slaikt.Bradford

a/14 Itchg Starke, Fla 964-6766 ilraeharj* Al Work Guarantatd Chamber !If Commsrea


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: LB Woman Injured in accident...

wta Earlene W. Hogan, 48, of Lake Butler, driver of a tie was struck: on the loft hide by a truck driven by
4 loss Honda Is being transported to the Lake Butler Thomas It. Bryan of Oealaftothvehicleswereattemp-
Hospital-Hand Surgery Center by emergency persontlng a right turn llogun had pulled along side the truck
nel.llogan sustained multiple injuries, lower back: pain to make a right turn and was cited for not using( Un
and neck Injuries a Monday noon accident. Her condesigned lane, said I.ungston.
A ? R 9 '.lyAat dillon was listed as good Wednesday, according to a Damage to the Honda was listed as 12.000.: Damage/
i hospitaillpokellperson. to the illS! truck: was f IUI).
According to Trooper W. I). Langstonllegan's vrhl-



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That's out of this world. .


ArrestsIn A vial of the serum was turned in Cox had in his possession a 1979
by an inmate several days after it Chrysler vehicle which had been
Bradford CountyThe disappeared from the hospital at the stolen from Jacksonville July 21, according
following arrests were made Reception and Medical Center near to the arrest record. He was
Lake Butler in June. '
released to Duval
for traffic violations In Bradford County.
Dunn, 45, who worked as an in-
County the past by week.local authorities during mate orderly at the hospital, was Our Special -
serving a six-year term for traffick- Inmate Released,

Walter Swindell of Starke was arrested ing in marijuana.Grimmer Detained for Tn. 1,000 Business CardsRaised
24, who allegedly told
August 8 for while In-
driving another inmate that he had laced an Lester Brad, 42, was released
toxicated (DWI/DUI and driving officer's coffee with the stolen from Lawtey Correctional Institu- Letters, Black Ink
while license
suspended (DWLS), serum he got from Dunn, is serving tion August 8, according to !.t. Glen
to Lt. Winston
Barber. time on an escape charge. Moore.A .
Swindell was stopped on SR-100 on a The officer who drank the coffee hold was placed on Brad by
Moped, his blood alcohol content has little chance of catching the Nashville where he is wanted to $1895pluSlax
was .18 percent, He was released disease, according to several doc- serve a ten-year sentence.
after a $1,210 surety bond was tors. Brad has refused to waive extrida-
posted. tion and is being detained for Ten- Call 964-5764 Ask for Kim
Burglary Thwarted, nessee authorities.
Johnny Carrie Dykes, 40, ofGainesville Truck In DitchTwo
was arrested August 9
for DWLS, according to Patrolman Ft. Meade men were arrested Keystone Man
John Hodges. Dykes was driving a late Saturday night and charged Arrested in Lawtey
1973 Ford pickup. Bond was set at
with burglary after they stuck their
Henry Wayne Hart, 23, of
$500, Dykes was released on his own truck in a ditch.
Keystone Heights was arrested
The men were arrested after they
August 9 for providing an alcoholic
called for a local wrecker at 11:21:
beverage to a minor under 21 yearsof BRADFORD PRINTERS
Michael Lavoris McIntosh of
p.m. to pull their truck from a ditchon
age according to Lt. William
man, Ga. was arrested August 10 for SR-16 east of Starke. The ditch Tillotson.
DWI, according to Trooper D. C. was in the rear of Lynn Luther's Dry Hart allegedly gave a 17yearoldan 110 W. Call Street Starke 964-5764
Myers. McIntosh was stopped on
Wall Business, where the overhead
US-3011n his blood alcohol alcoholic beverage that he pur
door was up and muddy foot tracks chased at the
Commissory Store in
content was .21 percent. McIntosh
were found going into the building, Lawtey, said Tillotson.
was released after a $500
surety according to\the arrest report. The
Bond was set at $500, Hart was
was posted.
wrecker driver contacted the released on his own recognizance.
sheriff's office concerning the
Robert O. Smith, 46, of was ar- suspicious scene. 11
rested Augsut 7 for DUI and DWLS, Dale Wesley Aycock, 23, and Mark
according to Trooper Roger Randolph tokes, 21, were charged
Williams. He was released after a with burlary with intent to commmit

is$572.50 being surety detaimd-for bond was MarfoirCounty posted.. but?",'HMooreT:theft August" !! .9&according'" to.,Lt." ,Glen! ,.. ORIAN WELLS Chevy-Olds

Bond was set at$500 for the chargeof
--J- Gator Auto Store
Our Country
burglary both Aycock and Stokes ;; l
Shawn Daren Neetles, 20, of were released on their own .J-t: The Man's Friend
Alachua was arrested August 8 for recognizance. = Working Lj
I. DWLS, according to Patrolman Ray Number One on U.S. 301 Starke. Florida n
Shuford. Bond was set at $210. He Ii
was released on his own Jacksonville Man Telephone 964-7500 Gainesville 372-0103
recognizance.. Arrested For Theft OPEN Monday-Friday till 8 PM Saturday till 4 PM

Damon Whitaker, 21, of Starke Leroy Edward Cox,20, of Jackson-
was arrested August 9 for DWI, ac- ville was arrested August 10 on a
cording to Trooper W. D. Langston. capias charging grand theft-auto, 1986 Spectrum 1986 Calais 1986 Chevy C-10
Whitaker was stopped on SR-16 east according to Lt Glen Moore.
of Starke, his blood alcohol content 2 Door 2130 Sedan 1054 Pickup #3208
was .11 percent. Whitaker was List 8,464.00 LIst '11,184.00 list '11,919
released after a $362.50 surety bond FLA.TWIN THEATRE '
was posted. 416.60 Down Cash or Trade 538.85 Down Cash or Trade '537.25 Down Cash or Trade
Starke 964-5451

Inmates Deny Charge Open Every Night Our ::
They Plotted MurderTwo .
j r S2.00 SPECIAL j : .
prison inmates charged I ., -
Price 7,772
Sal. & Showing
conspiring to murder a correctional Sun. 5:00
officer by lacing his coffee with J L_.Tuesday Showings. _j
Our Our
AIDS virus entered not guilty pleas
Monday at the courthouse in Lake NOW SHOWING $

Butler.The Inmates Lee Adolph Dunn RALPH MACCHIO 16499Month Price $10,177 Price MO,021

and Robert J. Grimmer, also pleaded PAT MORI:TA
not guilty to soliciting another In- 9.90/0 $21600Month $20700
mate to use the virus to kill another 60 Month GMAC Month
correctional officer. KarateEidSCREEN
The pair are charged with connec- n 60 Month 9.90/0 GMAC
tion with the alleged theft of an AIDS Q 60 Month 8 % GMAC
patient's, blood serum sample from alaboratory

at a prison hospital. Starts' Friday: Aug.2 15 Hey! Import Buyers!

Chevrolet has Imported from Toyota the 1986 NOVA at a lower
Bradford Court GREGORY BILLY m
HINES CRYSTAL price and better equipped.
from -
page 2

driving while intoxicated (DWI); 1986 Nova 4 Dr. Sedan ;4 t_'

fined $362, license suspended six RUNNINGR #2133 List 9,565 Nova 4-dr Hatchback Sedan
months, must attend DWI school, : | |
complete 50 hours community work ....HHMM
under Salvation Army supervision. SPECIALAug. Our Price $8,765$4G25

John M. Shiferdek pled guilty 11. 17, II, 19, 20
DWLS; fined $127. Sat. thru Wed. $ 09 9.9 %
Mary K. Smith charged with ex- AM Seats $2.00 1 86 GMAC
pired tag; produced valid tag, SHOWTIME: 2:00: p.m. Cash or Trade Per Month 60 Month Financing
ordered to pay $25.
MisdemeanorTimothy Leggett pled guilty to "" 'I""Ii1: G USED CAR USED CAR USED CAR USED CAR -

retail theft at Eckerd's; fined

10575.Bruce A. Barnes pled guilty retail Mug 85 Toyota 83 Chrysler 84 Dodge 84 Toyota

theft at Family Dollar; fined$100.75. JIIJECIIYE.-
Michael Leo Burnsed charged I********************* Camray New Yorker Colt Wagon, Red Air
with child abuse; case dismissed.
Burnsed pled no contest possession 301 DRIVE-IN $8888 $5188 $3888 $4595
of cannabis; ordered to pay
$100.75 court costs. Starke 964-7484 .. .

possession David W.of Burnsed cannabis pled; ordered no contest, to Fri, Sat., Sun, We Are Here To Serve Bradford County

pay $100.75 court costs.
Burnsed charged with child r Or
abuse; case dismissed. -
Thomas Edward Rodriguez pled QUALITYSERVICE I '
guilty battery; fined $105.75, one I J/: J"A IA1.
week-end in jail. PARTS .
Rodriguez charged with disorderly 1
intoxication and trespass; cases OINOAI MOfOa. OORPORAr10M
dismissed. PI 1]

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.o, Electrical short suspected fireA
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#I ra faulty electrical wire is extinguish the fire with a garden Lawrences, are long time Keystone
'J ..' suspected to have been the cause of hose and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cook residents and had been out of town
,.. a Sunday night fire at the home of called the Keystone Heights for a little over a week when the Sun- :
\ Donald and Inez Lawrence on Im- Volunteer Fire Department. day night fire occurred. $f..
mokalee Road. (KHVFm Geoge DeSha, with the KHFD, !
said that damage to the house was
uk T T"K4' The Lawrences were in Penn- "As soon as I hung up the phone confined to the Florida room and
I sylvania when neighbors spotted fire the siren went off. The next thing i consisted mostly of smoke damage
WS ,ul coming out of a door in the front of knew, the fire trucks were coming and minor structural damage
the house. down the road. Now that's what I around the*:"z?
can sewice." said Mrs. Cook.
Mark Johnson, who was visiting McRae Volunteer Fire Depart-
his grandparents next door.began to According to nftohbors I the ment also responded to the fire.

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The Heilbron VolunteerFire no tire.
Springs responded to a brush fire in the area SALE
4 at 10:14 fire
Department responded to seven July : pm. units were
of CR-225 west of 229. The fire
r call during the month of July,accor- dispatched to the area of CR-16 east was
, of Starke,in the Club quickly brought under control and
Lt. County estates
, ding to Joe Dobson. Three calls
were to structure fires and four were area, to a small brush fire. The fire responded.extinguished. New River VFD also THURSDAY, AUG. 14 thru SATURDAY, AUG. 16
woods/brush fires. was quickly extinguished and fire
'I July 1 at 3:28: p.m. HSVFD units returned to quarters. July 22 at 2:30 p.m. an unknown
responded to a structure fire call on Fireworks may have been the cause type fire reported behind Bradford LeTigreJams
Furniture Company on US-301 north.
, CR-225, one mile east of CR229. of the fire. .
Upon arrival of fire units it was
Upon arrival of Tanker 43 it
was discovered that a small brush fire
determined that the fire was contained July 9 at 8:14: a.m. mutual aid had developed, possibly due to l
.J to a house that had been par- assistance was given to Lawtey VFDon lightning. LVFD and QR-10 also
tially destroyed by fire on a previous a sturcture fire call off CR-225 resonded. Y. $999 .$
date. The owner was on the scene and NE 24st. Upon arrival it was Also on July 22 at 3:48 p.m.
.;."I, and had a burn permit for the fire. discovered that the fire was in the firefighters responded to a sturcture '
All fire units were cancelled which attic area. The house fire '
CR-16west. The
was unoc- on fire was contained '
included New River and Lawtey cupied at the time and Ut, $1 $
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Departments.July reported. The residence sus- tained lawn equipment and other f.' 'S. ( _
3 at 10:04: p.m. firefighterswere tained extensive damage. Six fire miscellaneous items. Many of the .
called to the area of CR-225 and units responded to the call; HSVFD, items were destroyed by fire. The Oxford Chams Dickie
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