Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04431
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 21, 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
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System ID: UF00027795:04431
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The weekend should see partly cloudy skies with a chance of Sport. . . . .. ... .,. II-UA ,, '" (HI itY I f )
netnoon and evening thundershowers and high humidity. Highs in I 1 1- 1 BI\ t t .(1F"
the low 90s, |lows In the low 70$. SECTION B. 12 Pog.. 01\\113\\ i f "! \W _
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4\ 70y6 chanceof'showers! this afternoon ( 21)) is M.xicon viiitori. . .'?late l'I\ ,I IE 1- \ i ;
hfedicted, diminishing to 30.40')6( ) Friday. Saturday could fair. IB Blu.gra.., . . . .. .2BI t {
Ww pressure areaS 'In the north and the GUlf of Mexico are brin8l Brooklyn. . . .3BWPXE I'll' ,,." \ \ \ III
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measured over 2 inches of rain in the past two days. Past Forb..S..k.S.oLse! ', ft

Week's rainfall total is around inches..1.6,1.45and1,0Inches were Judge Candida.. . .. .'a i ;:
measured Aug. 13 at the three fire towers. There was a 1.5-inch rain N.WI ends. '.' .. . 7B ; ,;h: .
Tuesday at Lawtey. Ar.a DIh..B The Sweetest strawberries This Side of Heaven I :: ,:
July, averaging 7.99 inches of rain, August 8.10, and June's 7.07 cia. ilid. '."B ./1
Are Usually the three wettest months of the year. NG Computer CompUx. . ,m I08th Year \\ STAKKK, FLORIDA :ZStVntHfopyThursday to .;{
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r( 'r k/I4ay, Aug. 29: Lawtey1JAIApteet
':', \ Fire Dept Free chicken 1 Y,{ 4 1i't To Vote Sept. 2 {/
4 AerfteCUe, 5:30: p.m. Speaking, 7:30.:
, .:.:.7 Wot1e welcome All candidates
" t I i\>I lk$3 to speak -

, ;, SAtruey.. Aug. 30: Theressa S ML'ratwt The purging of 200 names from the pect some confusion until voters T
'. ,: VCltlteet Fire Dept. Fish Fry, 5:30: t Braford County list of qualified become accustomed to the new ',
. '.,;i' pMi, Adults $3, Children $2. Speak- voters Monday leaves a total of 7,608 routine. Any voter who has not
,1-,: I i 't 1.3Q.: All candidates, five persons eligible to go to the polls in recevied a new registration card in i
i ryi obtes eac h. State and District the First Primary, Sept. 2just a the past two weeks should contact
k '" j I CAdyfdates\ first. slight increase of 63 over the 7,545 Mrs. Flynn, phone 9646280.
'Qo..A,t registered for the primaries in 1984. Candidates and races in the Sept. 2
" .,.I., -AI' -In spite of a nationwide effort by Democratic first primary are: .

"":'. Tile BHS Class of 1941 needs ad- the Republican party to recruit new '
"-r..! df fces and phone numbers for: voters from Democratic ranks, the Co Commission Dlst. 4: p i I
'F 1\i ALJ Of iffis. Troy Loadholtz, Levis part of FDR and JFK still out- W.L ((11111)) Aldarman :
,,: :j S/9t I t'jt\g' \ Maxine Dykes, Madge numbers Republicans in Bradford Joe RiddIck
1> ; naY, Alary Townsend. County almost.,10 to 16,776 Harold E. Waters J
, J'; fcVse) contact C. Keen, Rt. 1, r Den.ocrats to 702 Republicans. -
. N.M 1\o)( 04s, Starke, FL 32091, phone Black voters in Bradford remain School Bd., Dtsl. 2: f .
A326f)2 if you have any Infor- -. staunchly Democratic with 674 Judy Backer 'T '
MgtteRabout these persons. registered Democrats to 28 Ray Durban I
Republicans-ratio of 24 to 1. Other Jam. T. (Cobb) Walnwrlghl
t' : C lhmunity Band.., political affiliations, including In- J:
'. '' dependents, total 130. School Bd., Dlst. 3
} Ar Effort is being made to form a Due to the recent switch to single Scott Rob.rtln rl\
: cb4t JttY band. ,h ai l 7 'arVn r member districts, Bradford Coun- Schlofman
. //V Organizational meeting is set tians will vote on 11 different ballots,
i. t' S<:lIt 0, according to Charles L i 4Y including nine for Democrats, School Bd.. Dist 5 fi
1'p\ili administrator in charge of tailored to conform to new single i
m the} Wrtnmunity\ Education Pro- member County Commissioner and Evelyn S. Ctiottaln
I gYS rA M the Bradford-Union VoTty School Board districts ; one J.T. Parrl.h
Center in Starke. Class hours: Republican ballot since there are no Carolyn Spooo
.; ,40\ d:30: p.m. at Bradford MiddleS Republican candidates for county
S tc1\JI.) l Cost: $15 per semester. district offices, and one nonpartisanballot St. Rep. Dlst. 13

Aged 16-9Z. for Circuit Judge. If this Ccorga Crady
Feb mote info, phone the Vo-Tech sounds confusing-you're right. It is. John Joianvk

CClttbt, 06V61SO. Supervisor of Registration Neva
St.Rep. Dlst. 21
Flynn says the new voting patternhas
MRP Meets Today... raised havoc with her budget John R. Forb. t
Susan C. W&la.l
because of multiple changesin
fbV Bradford: Chapter of the
AARr meets today (Thursday, ballot formats, increased cost of poll Circuit Judge

,". _' J) at 1 p.m. in the Senior workers, supplies, and other ex "th Judicial CircuitNonPartltan 4
Cities. Center. penses.All .
i" AtA lone /aver 50 years of age is in- :,. registered voters have received Nath C. Doughtl, Croup
detailed instructions as to whom
\ ", .Mark. Jay.Kaufman
1.. they can vote for and their polling
place but elections officials still ex- (See 7,608 Voters..P.6A)
1t1b1 cans to Meet...
t/t>A4 government Is up to you! The Movers Behind the 301 Beautification. Project... .."" r

Republican. Club is set to Thomson"uf theStarkeWoman's US-301 south, the'largest one. Gras| border grass, "
Chairman Reggie Flynn, Marjorie
mvgt i1 1:15: p.m. tonight (Thursday club, and Mayor Charles Schaefer llgustrutn\ crepe myrtles, and low growing juniper and 2 PoliticalRalliesSet (
..-_ Ai'tf-AJn' the Pratt Street .., I were used. I ., .
RgGrAMion Center, according to dlicus the successful landscaping of first median on garlic plants

EjIW Gowans

If aVe A Heart... I Landscaping Improves US-30I I Next Weekend

iltclal\ square dance is set

S@ptOMber 6 to raise funds to from the City of Starke, the Department of All candidates, State, District, and County are invited to speak at
v : dkiC) #Y \Medical expenses for two Three US-301 median strips and the triangular me- the Woman's Club, the Chamber of Com- two political rallies set August 29 at Lawtey, August 30 at Theressa.At .
who has dian at Madison (SR-100)) and Water Streets have been Correction,
cJ\jJd Vi, Adam Hardy and most of all, the merchants and citizens Lawtey and Theressa each candidate will be allowed five minutesto
Program merce ,
under the Beautification
landscaped Highway
caflIn" Chris Campbell, whoM Chair- present his or her case to the voters.
donations made it possible,
a fAre skin disease. of the Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce.Two whose generous The Friday, August 29, rally is set at the Lawtey Volunteer Fire
I> cKj/en callers, including Jerry medians are landscaped on US-301 north, and man Flynn says. Department and will feature free barbecued chicken served at 5:30:
BI\\' tt\ Bob Belanger, BillC1lesAat one large one at Jackson Building Supply and the Brad- The Chamber of Commerce would like to thank the p.m. Political speaking will begin at 7 p.m. The public is invited.
Jim Duncan, Ken Perez, ford Restaurant on US-301 south, and the small following contributors for their help: Majorle Thom- The Saturday, August 30, rally and fish fry will be hosted by the -
LAeg Ligon John Robbins and triangular one at the power plant. son, Morris Williams, Jax Liquors, Bill Heavener of Theressa Volunteer Fire Department. Adult plates $3, children $2.
othQrt" have agreed to call the Work on the medians is being done by prison inmates Pep-O, Community State Bank, Sheriff Dolph Reddish, Speaking will begin at 7:30: p.m. with each candidate alotted five
sQUdtb \dance set in the gym and from Lawtey Correctional Institution and the New Betty Ann Phillips, CPA Jobie White, CPA Eddie minutes. State and district candidates will speak first in order to allow
cafatQtia of Bradford Middle River Annex, affiliated with the Reception and Medical Douglas, attorney Terence Brown, Denmark Fur- them to make other engagements the same night. County candidateswill
a SCVI-) A Workshop is set from 4-6 Center in Lake Butler but located in Bradford County niture, attorney Richard Welty, Esther Hall, Property follow.
r p M., with tnaintstream, and plus across from to Florida State Prison. The plants are Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez, Wiley Clark, Byron Ter- The rallies are sponsored by the volunteer fire departments in
s6W81b dancing from 8-11. bought from local prisons and from the Raiford In- willegar, Braford: Hospital, County Clerk Gib Brown, cooperation with the Bradford County Democratic Executive Committee. ,
ssiow id $8 per couple. dustrial Complex. Lawtey Correctional Institution has Jerry Patten, Carl Hurst. .
Vi It welcome. also supplied inmates. An August 23 rally set at the Hampton city park has been changed to !
the Over $3,000 has been raised to date. Landscaping the
Thomson of the Starke Woman's Club is
Marjorie the Informed late to
dona- Sept. 6, Telegraph was Wednesday, just prior
J\t J1 t Enrollment... major fund raiser in the project. Starke Mayor Charles medians averages about $600 each. Additional press time. All candidates are invited speak. catfish and hushpup-
tions are being accepted to continue the project. In-
Schaefer the and coordinates the project.
buys plant pies dinner will cost $2.50. Proceeds will go to the Hampton Fire
Students requesting dual Chairman of the 301 Beautification Project is attorney dividuals may make a tax deductible contribution by
Department. Serving begins at 6 p.m., the speaking begins at 6:30: p.m.
Thomson Flynn, or the
eriyftlfVflent' with Santa Fe Com- Reggie Flynn. contacting Marjorie In case of rain, the rally will move to the Hampton fire station.
mVjrtity College for the 86-87 school "This effort has been successful because of the Chamber of Commerce, phone 964-5278.
yeyfr Mitts be enrolled in three or -
m(>f% glasses at BHS and take there
n lll1lter l of their schedule at

sFce.A selter oA,e semester hours) at course SFCC(equals three Chandler' Quits City Race) Admits. NAACP ContactGroup : II

on MII BUS credit. For more In- -
fOftJtltll contact BHS Assistant Told that a rumor is abroad that past." He went on to say that their Biggs was up lor re-election but
Princlpztl( l Paula Steele, phone 3 city commission can he had been asked to step down by case is documented, and his winningthe drew no opposition.No .
96AZ.\ didate Ross Chandler unexpectedly ;;;. the NAACP because if Chandler won race would not hurt them.
withdrew from the race Aug. 7, ad- 'f''r { the council seat, the win could prejudice When Chandler was told it sounded Districts...

n.i i1911. Working... mitting the NAACP asked him to the pending suit the NAACP as if the NAACP had asked him to There are no districts in the City of
quit the race, but claimed it was his \\I has against the City of Starke. The step aside, he agreed that the sur- Starke yet. The city is battling the
V 0 011 national emergency own decision. \\-4; suit claims that it is impossible for a mise was correct. NAACP suit asking for single
tel JJ1"f\e| \ number installed at the Chandler, who lives at 1511 Old ; black to be elected in the city Chandler's withdrawal leaves In- member districts; the suit is still in
co\jf> jail Aug. 5 is working fine, Lawtey Road, entered the race for because of the current citywide cumbent Jimmy Crosby and a pretrial stage and this election remains
acCAy ling County Radio Dispatcher city council in Group 3, the position voting system.Chandler newcomer Terry Gaines vying for city wide.
At\l'Iu: 13rock. currently held by Jimmy Crosby. d'ROil admitted that he had the Group 3 seat in the upcoming City candidates say they find
fro>r eniergency: business the Interviewed by telephone Tuesday talked to NAACP officials, but said Sept. 9 city election. Starke residents confused as they
iyWrfl! Sheriff's Department can afternoon, Chandler said he their conversation had "little or no In Group 5 in the city incumbent make their rounds. "What districtare
be teethed\ at 964-61S1 and the withdrew for lack of funds, and that bearing on my decision." Travis Wood is challenged by you in?" is a question they often
Stattt police Department at he had really waited too long to get Chandler stated that "I share an newcomers Phillip Nichols and Ed hear. Then, the candidate must ex-
96UiAo.t1 into the race. He further stated that CiiandUrDrops -- entirely different viewpoint from Wall. plain that in the Starke election

he did not want to go into debt, but Out of City Race them. The NAACP is looking at the Group 1 commissioner Bobby voters can vote in every race.
i fI4n Program... :that he plans to run next year.

Corning call-in service to
ashl8t lI nioc citizens who are alone '

\1fret'td; by, the according Starke to PoliceDtfftl11ent Chief 86-87 Bradford School Term Opens Mondaycellent I

Jirykn, l Bowen availble to those buses were received in June and things going on in our says, but points out it takes time to
W >pecome! involved in the pro- School opens Monday, Aug. 25, for price :....cnes are build.
of the older Duncan.
gr"" citizen is asked to register 4,300 students for the 180-day 1986-87 students whose family income meets replaced two ones. schools, says Supt.
tltya Notices for qualifying All school starting times will be Everything seems to be in good Duncan says the schools will hold
with Vie Police Department, then term. the guidelines.
reduced lunches will the same as last year. shape going into the new year. More open houses to acquaint t parents with I
caU ii< before 10 a.m. each day. Kids will have to get up early to for free or students.
education teaching the crowded school
at high
AfUtd/ a.rn. the Police Dept. will meet school buses which will roll be sent home with students. Parents All special space
to the notice positions are filled, even the second would certainly be nice, Duncan (See School Opens..P.J\ '
ch% k.tA) those citizens who have over the same routes and about the have 10 days to
not z\l\ied In. If there is no answer, same time as last year for the before their children will be remov- speech therapist sought for the past
a fm\\Pe\ officer will visit the 1986-87 term. Changes won't be ed from the free or reduced lunch several years.
resid e bCe. made until it Is determined where price list.Newest. Work on walkways can continue
Duncan Pierce Refutes Statement
Quiet/ $owen reminds the public they need to be made, perhaps by during school, Supt. Judge I
that u service is available Labor Day, Operations Director wrinkle in the food pro- says.
Lennard Register told the School gram is two lines to allow a salad
Vp OInjng... Duncan Optimistic... Attributed in Newman Sentencing
Board Monday night, Aug. 18. bar at the middle school, says Food
r5lugents return to school Monday New kindergarten students, who Service Coordinator Delores Every position Is filled, Supt. Jim
and there
A\I&. 2$ for the 1986 term. have never before attended Brad- Morgan Duncan says, and expressing con- The following was submitted by recommendation.was no representation as
to There
Ele\ itary teachers returned to ford schools, should be registered at fidence that a good team of teachersis Judge George Pierce: any was
Wong) Aug-' secondary teachersAu the school in their attendance area Students can wear shorts this yearin on board. "Upon returning to town after at- an attorney and client relationship priorto
another new wrinkle, as long as is coming off an 1981 any made was
24, prior to Aug. 23.Elementary The school system tending a Juvenile Judges' Conference '"
the of the in this reguard and no other
-Tte) toning Board of Bradford and middle school the shorts reach tips outstanding year of test scores. K-5 I wish to make this state-
scheduled teachers work fingers with arms and fingers extended test scores were equal to the national for the media The Telegraph quoted Assistant
CogVt I U to meet Tuesday reported to Aug. 19, ment news pertainingto
United States
the Attorney Patricia Ker-
'.j. high school and vo-tech instructors down legs from a stan- percentile. K-4 test scores an article on Ronald G. Newman:
,, bt ell is 20.Student. ding position. above the national average of win who appeared in district court
workshop set at 7:30: Aug. wsere The
quotation in the August 13 at the sentencing of
p.rt\, Wtflleday, Aug. 27, by the lunch prices will remain Bus routes and times will remainthe 10 percentile points, says Supt. Dun- August 14 attributed Telegraph to me was of Newman. "Judge George Pierce
Lal\tt t city Commission. the same as last year$1.00 for same as at the end of last year. It taken
can."I'm this out of context In that said Newman was up and above
forward to
i Zoning Board of Starke is grades 9-12, 90 cents for grades 6-8, really looking my
'W will take a week or two to see if the statement referred to aboard in all dealings, to
work according
to be exciting -
and 80 cents for K-5. Adult school It's going an
set to t\1tet et 7 p.m. Thursday, grades routes need changing. Double runs year. lot of done prior to my becoming judge Ms James report," said Kerwin.
lunches and reduced time. We've got a
,\u", 2A. are $1.75. Free must still be used. Two new school

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=jII ::T:1 t .,* w ru& IrFL Lawtey Troop Receives Charter I

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"y Judy Becker Petty Officer Becker is currently the Becker's back yard. They have
Lawtey Elementary School Is the stationed with the Aircraft Intermediate plans to go tubing down the
+ newest charter organization for the Maintenance Department Ichetucknee in September.
Boy Scouts in Bradford County at NAS Cecil Field. Charter Scouts are Bryan King,
Troop 75, which was organized by Keith Cowie, Joey Shuford, Michael
Judy Becker in May, received their "I enjoyed Scouting as a boy," Becker and Don Kilgore III. The
__ charter last week.Scoutmaster said Mr Becker. "We want to make Troop Committe consists of
the program in Lawtey one which Chairperson Judy Becker, John
for the troop Is Leslie boys will want to be a part of and one Stables Buddy Paterson, Kenny
Becker. Mr Becker was an Eagle which will be of service to the school Shuford and Bonnie Cowie
I Scout, received his God and Country and to Lawtey School Night for all Scouting Pro-
A4J Award and was a member of the grams will be held Thursday,
Order of the Arrow. This summer the troop visited September 11 at several county
Goldhead State Park, earned schools. Boys interested in Scoutingcan
Having served 18 years in the several merit badges at Camp register then at Lawtey Elementary -
) tti 1 United States Navy, Senior Chief Shands Scout Camp and camped in School to join Troop 75.


r Community Involvement

I Is Essential for

Excellence inEducation '

Boy Scouts Get New Charter.. .
lto> Scout Troop 75 Committee Chairperson Judy I'aterson. principal of I.uwtt'y Klemrnlary School,
Becker and Scoutmaster Leslie Becker present Buddy with the charter of the newly organised It.y Troop.


Chamber Investigates Move to US 301 Bradford Co.Telegraph.May 30,-I98S- o 1wainwright

.\ move to US-301 will be probed by to hire a director and secretary Bradford County brochure designedto : Honored For Service :
'hamber of Commerce committee separate from the current Chamber be used for visitors to the area and
IIICM the Board of Governors voted staff.C for businesses and individuals thinking ( ) the finest community has to offer" county, rebuilt' fire trucks, covered the
Aug 7 for such a move il a way can of C President Miller says the of locating in the county. Wainwright,out-going superintendent of Wainwright's last day at LWCI is north end of the county with the LWCI I
ht found to do it. significant thing now is that the Lawtey Correctional Institution (I.WCI), tomorrow(Friday,May 30)). quick response fire truck., inmate work
I'he committee to investigate such Board of Governors voted to Investigate The Enterprise Zone will be the finally got sonic recognition for hit public Wainwright I is being transferred to the squads have helped,. the lity'uiid county, I
d move is J.E. Tomlinson, Chamber moving the Chamber topic of the next luncheonseminarset tcrVicc to the citi/cni of Bradford County. supcrintendcncy of the Reception and they have made wooden toys and /given
President( John Miller, Susan next Aug. 28, at noon .
Thursday Medical Center at Lake Butler, Wainwright them away to kids at Christmas painted
Faulkner Ray Norman, Richard In other action at the Aug. 7 at the Econo Lodge in Starke. Newor
A* superintendent of LWCI for the has over 30 years of experiencewith churches and a lot more things thiswriter
Welty. and Chamber Executive meeting the Chamber Board
: existing businesses thinking of past eight yean. Cobby ai he'i known the Department of Corrections, and could not think of...
Director Jack Eckdahl. The
com relocating, expanding, renovating,
around bin hometown of I.awloy has he plans to work a few more
mittee Was told of the Chamber1. says years
to methods
is study various of plansfor
or adding one or more employees
relocation Industry Appreciation Week more than cooperated with every public He bought a new truck. to commute "I don't know what to say... a lot of the
including renting trading set should attend to learn of the
or selling the existing office on the Sept. 1519. Various events will take financial benefits of this program.many need a school, church, or local govern from Lawtey to Lake Butler. lie assuredthe credit /goes to the people at L\\'CI," said
Streets Bradford County. Jerome Johns of August 26 is the date of the next (Cobby) Wainwright "..really he'll continue to live In Lawtey.Brookcr Paterson gate him a chance to respond.
Lack of space at the present of- Gator Freightways is chari man of Chamber Mixer set at the' Flower represents what involvement in the community Principal Bill Mtltuc, who Wainw right said he'll he no further away
tire, began being discussed when the Planning Committee. and Gift Shop on US-301 in Lawtey ii all about"said Supt.Jim Dun said he's delighted, ) that Wainwright! will from Luke, Butler and will continue to
tin Targeted Industries Committee from 5:30.7: p.m. Janet Starling is can, a former principal at Lawtey be in Lake Butler because he'll be about live in Lass: tey,
Dt the Chamber came up with a plan Reviewed the final draft of the the Chamber member host. Elementary where school officials, 25 miles closer to BE,was about the only
Lawfcy Mayor Laura Harris, LE PTA person pleased at the transfer "I appreciate it..." Wainwright suid.
Vlcc-Presidi-nt Raymond Durban, and With Wainwright' as superintendent at and was given a standing ovation by the
CAR HEAD UARTERS CAR HEADQUARTERS CAR HEADQUARTERS Lawtey Little League President Ed LWCI, inmates have helped in many cafeteria filled with I.E: students and a
Crews gathered Tuesday afternoon May community activities.; For instance, good many visiting adults.Wainuright .
28, to honor the outgoing LWCI LWCI inmates have cooked the furls and
COcc CAR superintendent. chicken. at community activities, they was presented a weed
Bradford County could not have a bet. have landscaped and kept up the groundsat cater as s gift,presented by Puterson.
UJ HEADQUARTERS. ter friend to the school system, laid Dun Lawtey Elementary, built portable
DCx Sa can,Elect who said Wainwright "...represents classrooms, which have gone all over the Reprintedfrum Bradford Telegraph

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I. N Doctor Opens Office Starke .. 'C O U PON: :C O U PO Nf [COUPON

rx rvrI Dr. William Rocafort- -,specializingin -"' than Storing, tho proximity to Hospital, until 'his requirementswere VITO'S PIZZA
internal medicine and general Gainesville and Jacksonville servedto fulfilled.
practice, will open an office in the satisfy the need of living in a Following residency, Dr. Rocafort 105 Edwards Road Starke, Florid
Terence Brown Building, Suite C, larger community, with the advan- practiced in the same facility, with Jt
486 N. Temple Avenue, next week. tages of living in a "small, town. The added duties of teaching Interns and 4i (I:, .2 For Fast Take-Out
The office phone will be 964-0000 Roca forts chose to relocate in residents. He was an acting atten .
Dr.Rocafort comes to Starke from Starke.Dr ding physician.In .
Sebring, where he was in private Rocafort was horn in San Juan 1983 the Doctor and Mrs.
practice for with Puerto Rico 34 years ago, and at- Rocafort moved to Sebring, wherehe
privileges in the Highlands County tended local secondary schools, went into private practice, and 964-5509
Medical Center. During that period, graduating from St. Anthony High remained until moving to Starke.
he was also Medteal Director of the School in 1969. lie attended the Dr Rocafort is now privileged at .
Lake Placid Care Center, a privately University of Puerto Rico for 3 years Bradford Hospital, and is associatedwith + HOURS Sun- 1 nurs 1100-1000: :
owned, 150 bed nursing homne. and transferred to the Puerto Rico Santa Fe: Health Care Systems. .. Frl & Sal 1 L00.: 12.00 .>
While living ,in Sebring, Dr. School of Medicine for his fourth Dr and Mrs, Rocafort have been
rI Rocafort and his wife, the former year, earning a BS degree in married' 10 years, and have two Back
Liliana Ansa, decided that they science. From 1974 through 1976, he childern, Linda,7 years old and To School SpecialBuy
I .would prefer to live in a larger town, continued In the Puerto Rico Schoolof William, 14 months. He was born in
and sent resumes to various Medicine, graduating as a Doctorof Winter Haven, Fla. One 18"
metropolitan hospitals and medical Medicine. Dr. Roacafort said he is "now a Large Pizza
,..tI ..\., associations. Santa Fe Health Care Internship of one year was servedin permanent resident of Starke." lie
Systems, anchored by Alachua the San Juan VA hospital, in enjoys travel, reading and swimm-
; /' General Hospital responded, telling straight internal medicine Follow- ing.Although he doesn't play golf,he Get FREESmall
him of an opening in Starke. ing the internship, Dr It oca fort continued plans to look into the game. One
Dr. William, Rocafort Although Starke is even smaller residency: in the San Juan VA

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I, School Days NICHOLS City Council Coupon Good thru Sept. 15, 1986On

from page I Mon.
m. o stance: elementary nours are 7:55: Tues. & Wed. Only
Immunizations... a.m. to 2 p.m. Assistant Principal Re-Elect
Parents need to be reminded that Mike Hartley says some 650 studentsare ) Sorry, No Delivery -

proof of immunization must be provided expected, about the same as last r:' \ J.T. Call Ins and Pick UpCOUPON
by students before they can year. Classroom rolls will be postedon ,
enter school. Students already doors Friday, Aug. 22, so parents :- :; iCOUPONC (COUPON; COUI
enrolled in Bradford school do not and students can locate the _
t have to again supply immunization classroom to report to opening day. PARRISH
I information, but students never Southside Elementary hours are ,
before entered, including from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. About 650 student -p. ., to
I kindergarten students, must provide are expected, a little under Life and Praise MinistriesPresents
i I the proof of immunizations. Principal Jesse Moree's projections.
SS students should report to tables ::J# School Board
School Schedules... out front to be registered when they
Brooker Elementary hours ore arrive.Teachers will be duty outsideto District 5
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direct students to the -
from 7:45: a.m. to 2 p.m. proper
Principal Bill McRae expects 130 classroom. SS classroom Evangelist "r '
students, about the same as last assignments will be posted by noon = \
year. Students should report to the Friday, Aug. 22. KEN GREENE w- ; -
front of the school opening day Bradford Middle School hours are Believes each student should
Hampton Elementary hours are 8:10: a.m. to 2:50: p.m. 815 studentsare
from 7:45 a.m. to 2 p.m. Principal expected, a little lower enroll- have a text book 1 /a Miles South of Starke '(\ III 1"
Mary Ann Kyle expects about (85 ment due to a small sixth grade.
students. Students should report to Upon arrival opening day, students Will seek to eliminate on Hwy 301August _'
their grade level class room. Grade should report to the BMS gym for 2 grades
levels will bp posted on classroom directions to the property
doors. classroom. being taught in one classroomWill

Lawtey Elementary hours are Bradford High School hours are 18 through August 24
about 7:45: a.m. to 2 p.m. Some 430 from 8:10: a.m. to 3:02: pm. Dr. Al battle for dollars to eliminate
students are expected, up from 392 Rother, principal, projects about
last year, says Principal Buddy 1,100 students, up about 50 from last overcrowding school 7:30 p.m. Nightly
Paterson. 54 kindergartners are year. Students will be directed to on buses
signed up at U;. There will be a home rooms to pick up schedules. 10:30: Sunday morning
short assembly Monday from Home room assignments will be Born Raised
7:30-7:45: a.m. Tables will be place: posted by grade level. BUS will havea 7:00 Sunday evening
on the parking area where studentscan modified schedule the first day. Educated in Bradford County

learn which classroom they are 12 Yrs Experience Representing People of Bradford Co Special Healing Services Bring the Sick
in, or they can go directly to the
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,I ;: j I \ 1 IE'FIIiJudge /\ Were Newsworthy Items in Early DaysLife

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piece of plank over a hole in the sidewalk
as it was lived in the 1880s and '90s is In.fTPnt.of the bakery. While it stops the

Best nowhere more vividly depicted than in hole it will trip a person time
Doughtie QualifiedFor brief local items appearing in Starke On Sunday,night six different people every trip-
newspapers of that period, some of whichare few minutes.
now available on microfilm at the jtlt ped in passing during Just a

Circuit BenchWill Bradford County Library. -The champion rail splitter the county
is Mr. W.R. Fowler, living on Sink Hole
Some of these tidbits would be
con branch. Between sunrise and sunset the
sidered too unimportant or too personal to other day he split 449 rails for Mr. J.M.
the TV-identity ctor be enoughto r print in today's more sophisticated world Murrhee,.and went home as happy as a
factor but big news was not always available in
outweigh the qualifications in coon.
Starke a hundred years ago, so news-
the election of a Circuit Judge in the hungry editors had to make out with what -If the person who stole Professor Den-

Eighth Judicial Circuit? We hope not- they had, in order to fill their pages. ton's horned frog will return it at once, no
Election will be asked. Otherwise he will
but the First Primary on For instance, this samplingThe : questions
September 2 will tell the tale. -- fleas that are perambulating the be arrested' and prosecuted.

Pitted each other in the Non- streets of Starke are large enough to go to -Master Parse Gaskins had the misfor-
against school (Remember, cattle and hogs still tune to have seven teeth knocked out of his
Partisan election for Circuit Judge on roamed at large on city streets in those mouth by a horse last Saturday.

that date will be County Judge Nath days, in addition to dogs and cats.) -Cattle got into Walter Wills'store Tues-

Doughtie of Alachua County, and the affluent r -Mumbly peg is getting to be a popular day night through the back door and

TV advertising personality, game among the young people. (You'd destroyed a great many watermelons.The .

Gainesville attorney Mark J. Kaufmanwho ,111l have to be over 65 to remember this game, young folks of the M.E. Church
has become a multimillionairewith which was played by flipping a knife with propose to give a "sheet and pillowcase"
money gleaned from handsomelees half-open blade and try to make it slick up his corner store on Call Street. This now party next Friday night. The ladies will be

charged to his clients in personal in the ground.) makes four lamps in town and Starke has wrapped in sheets and sold to the highest
: .. John Charles Richard has sold his quite a city appearance at night. bidder. The lucky purchaser will also pay
injury cases. ; i ...... orange grove beyond Alligator Creek for -Mr. J.C. Wills, Jr. has started the silk for the lunch that he and his lady will enjoy -

.. $16,000. (And Capt. Richard, as he was hat craze,and ere long the town will be full .
The 44-year-old Kaufman, a native of '. called, sold just in time to beat the 1894 of them. -A real jolly,old-fashioned wedding took

Pennsylvania, once accused of pulling a ? -iI1Ij freeze that killed most of the orange ..The farm was sold for place at the home of Mr. Andrew Crosby
: in this area) county poor
gun on a client, announced his plans on taxes Monday and all of Lake Butler, the last Thursday week.The men folks indulged -
July 4 to run for the Circuit Judgeshipone We would be pleased to have the young county seat, was in the unknown list. in rail splitting, while the gentler folk
after NATII DOUGHTIE men of Starke organize themselves into a enjoyed themselves a-quilting. In the evening
day registering as a
military company. (And the young men .Mr.. U.D. Miner (the jeweler) has Miss Alice Crosby and Mr. Geo. S.
Republican to vote in Alachua County. apparently took the hint, since a "Home returned from his trip to New York. He Is Oliver of Duval County were married,
According to an article in The Guard", forerunner of today's National hale and hearty and in time to vote for Rev. Wm. Malphurs officiating.
conduct himself
Gainesville Sun, he was last registeredto so as to avoid even the Guard, was organized here in time to be temperance. (This was the day of open number of Starke attended the
vote in Dade County "where he has appearance of impropriety, which Mr. first in the State to volunteer for service in saloons in Starke,and an election was to be -A people Swift Creek
annual foot at
Kaufman certainly has not done. We the American held to make the town dry.)
are Spanish War, 1898)
than Church last
not lived for more 15 years. Primitive Baptist Sunday.
very concerned that the voters get the .-The cross-walk over the railroad just
TRUE facts in' in- south of the Commercial Hotel is in serious -Geo.A. Gardiner made the lucky guessin
so they can an -Simon J. Temple is having the lumbercut
but due to his saturation advertisingover formed manner. There is a real danger for a new Starke depot.It will be frame need of repairs. Our excellent mayor better the bean contest for a parlor
lamp at the Farmer&Ensey store.The jar
take walk that direction. (What???
the Kaufman's name has work, on the style of the Gainesville depot a in
years that the sheer volume of TV adver- contained 6,083 beans and Mr. Gardiner
become well known to all TV listeners in tisements might enable a man who is at (Simon Temple was one of the early And break a legIt ?) guessed 6,087, missing the actual numberby
lumber mill operators in this area, and is said that F.R. Morgan slept on the
this area. The commercials have irritated four beans.
best in character and
questionable unqualified also donated lumber for the earliest lounge at the post office on Wednesday to
some, but others have becomehis to become a circuit judge, Methodist Church in Starke.) meet his brother (who was coming in on -The removal of hirsute adornments
clients, and the exposure has given who holds matters of life and death in the train at the old downtown depot). By (beards and mustaches) has become quitea
him name recognitionfor better or his hands." .Enjoy the best dinner ever served in sleeping soundly, the first intimation of the fad with our male citizens. Dr. E.L.
worse. Starke for 25 cents at the People's train was the engine bell. Fred jumped up, Stewart, Dr. J.O. Haynes, J.L. Frazee,
Based on a comparison of qualifica- Restaurant on the R.R. Wharf. tried to unlock the door with the money Esq., Messrs. N.J. Jones, J.M. Alvarez,
Judge Doughtie was elected Alachua tions of the two candidates, The (Nowadays, it would take 50 cents for a order punch, finally got out, forgetting his and J.M. York are among the victims of
County Judge in 1978, and re-elected in Telegraph has no hesitancy in recommending cup of coffee to go with that best dinner.) suspenders and shoes. Mr. Barnes, the craze this week.

1982. As a member of the Florida Bar Nath Doughtie for our new --Capt. H.S. Grimes of the steamboat"Alert" foreman of The Telegraph office, inter- -Mr. J.C. Wills, our popular druggist,
since 1966, he will bring 20 years of legal Eighth Judicial Circuit Judge. which plies between Waldo and viewed him at the post side office next morningand has just completed a piece of furniture that
found him right
up. he "The multum in Combination -
styles parvo
experience to the Circuit Bench, if Melrose, was in the city Sunday. (The
elected 2. He is steamboat carried cargo-mostly oranges- .Mr.. J.Q. Adams, the boss icecreamman Chair. It is built from a flour barrel,
on a and be used chair ladder,
can as a step
wants the people to understand that
and passengers through the Santa Fe Lake ,
graduate of the National Judicial College and canal.) when the U.S. Flag floats in front of his washstand, cupboard, bathing tub, and
and has been an instructor at the Forum on Crack emporium, he has ice cream on hand to when turned upside down, as an umbrella.
Florida New Judges College. In 1975 he -Bradford Division No. 16, Sons of sell The Red Flag means an auction. If the seat Is taken out, it makes a tem-
will sociable for its safe for the
Temperance, give a porary deposit baby.
was elected by attorneys of the Eighth Set for MondayIn members and guests at the Red Men's -We were shown by Capt. J.N. Jones a
Circuit as their representative to the Wigwam Thursday night. (The Red Menweren't tooth of some animal, possibly a whale. It -We can suggest three different ways
is nearly seven inches long and weighs 1 for making fortunes here in Starke. The
Board of Governors of the Florida Bar, Indians. They were male
1 1/2 pounds, solid ivory. It was found by Mr. party who will start a cannery is sure to
where he served two terms. In 1983 he JacksonvilleA members of a secret order and their
make a fortune and so will he who puts
John Hall between Rowell and Crosby upa
was in an old frame building that
named the Chief Justice of the
was by later housed the city hall.) Lakes. The captain is going to lay it away rice mill. The third fortune that awaits
Florida Supreme Court to the Florida for the Subtropical Exposition. someone will be made by constructing and
Sentencing Guidelines Commission.In recent news letter from Sen. -Mr J.G. Alvarez is always up with tie operating a horse railroad between Starke
times. He has erected a new street lamp at -Snrnp wcJUneanmg person has,nailed a and Kingsley Lake.Agent's .., ",
announcing their endorsement of Lawton Chiles says: .

Judge Doughtie for the Circuit "You can buy "crack" cocaine "

Judgeship, the Alachua County Police curbside in Lakeland. You can shop Notebook V
Benevolent Assn. and the Central Labor open air markets in Perry for the County By Bobby TaylorSeeds -

Council said, "The Conference of Coun- best deal on crack. In Miami Beach

ty Court Judges has given him eleven there are more crack houses or transplants? Which to use is a after a rain, when it's cloudy, or in the late
distinguished leadership awards. He is (where people come to buy and very important decision for those planning Gardening with Transplants... afternoon. Handle the plants gently, and
former Marine officer as wellas to grow a spring vegetable garden. You don't the soil too tightly around the
a Corps smoke crack) than liquor stores. In need. So, you may select the healthiest press
a school teacher and a distinguishedlocal Tallahassee the crack business is a can either.successfully But, seeds produce and transplants vegetables with both specimens. If you're buying transplants ata roots. After setting each plant, carefullypour
a little water into the hole to settle the
attorney. Addicts tell have their and garden center you can pick the best from
major employer. me advantages disadvantages.And .
what is available. In either be soil. Then cover the wet area with dry soil
I In a news article published last year- that they can drive from the you should consider all of these you choose only the strongest case plants, sure for to reduce evaporation.To .

: long before the present election Panhandle to South Florida and which before will you be make best for up your mind about your garden.It's give transplants a quick start, applya
campaignthe Florida Times-Union buy crack in every town and city you. starter fertilizer solution. You can buy
law This week I'll discuss the and cons easier to start from transplants, these ready-mixed, or you can make your
the Florida enforce pros
reported that Kaufman: along way. of starting vegetables with transplants.And especially if you only need a few. For a own. For best results, mix one or two
*Acknowledged in a sworn statement ment officials tell me that the tidal I'll offer some tips to help you get window-box, or container garden, or a tablespoons of a high phosphate fertilizer
that he has used cosmetic makeup to accentuate wave of crack now sweeping our transplants off to a good start in your very small garden patch, using something like a 10-50-10 in a gallon of
his clients' injuries for state is producing the worst crime garden. transplants is much more practical than water. Or, you can use an ordinary all-
have starting from seeds. And, by using purpose fertilizer, like a 6-8-8 or 10-10-10.
photographs to be used in settling suits. epidemic they ever seen. One advantage transplants offer is an transplants, you can minimize seeding Just pour about a pint of the mixture into

*Was arrested in 1981 and charged Have you had your purse snatched early start. Transplants are grown in protected decay problems. Diseases are easier to each hole as you set the plants.
ti robbed of seed flats, or seedbeds. These allow control a seed flat than in the garden.If .
lately oryourJiome
with assault after a client reported to seeds to
germinate under the best
that Kaufman held a to his your TV set and stereo equipment? conditions. Also seeds in possible you're raising The main disadvantage in using
police gun flats can be your own transplant, transplants is that the cost would mount
head, then kicked him in his buttocks Chances are they went to someone started before the weather is really they snould be ready lor me garden when quickly If you bought seedlings for a large up
while forcing him out of his office. -- perhaps a teenager seeking suitable for planting directly in the they're four to six weeks old. Those you garden. Also, some crops are hard to
means to buy crack to support his garden. So, whether you grow your own buy usually are ready to set out Immediately transplant successfully. For example,
*Charged as much as ten percent or her addiciton. transplants, or buy them at a garden If the seedlings are in individual beans, corn, cucumbers, and turnips do
more than most attorneys in personal center, you'll be several weeks ahead of containers, moisten the soil better if they're started from seeds
injury cases, and arranged settlements Senator Chiles isn't content to sit gardeners who start with 8 gds. before removing them.,If the' transplantsare planted in the garden.
the sidelines and watch this evil growing in peat pellets, insert them
where he sometimes received more on Using transplants allow you to choose directly into the soil. Don't try to remove
than his clients. destroy our young people as wellas only the best plants. If you're raising the plants from the pellets.
a growing number of adults. transplants in your own seedbed, you'llhave
*Had not taken a single personal in- He's doing something about it.. many more plants than you really The best times to transplants are right Active Seniors...

jury case to trial himself, although he both inside and outside the Senate.
represented more than a thousand per- a
sonal injury clients a On Monday, August 25, startingat The Senior Center offers various
: year. 9 a.m. he will conduct a forum Forestry in Bradford Co'unfyu activities for senior citizens in-

I'A Gainesville attorney and native of for the general public and par cluding,needlework bingo, etc. macrame, exercises -

Starke, Franklin Ritch, in a recent let ticularly those entrusted with the } David\V. Norton .

: ter to The Telegraph, said: "Judge safety of our children .- school personnel lirudford County Forester The Center is Monday

Doughtie has earned the respect and church and civic club Summer is a great time to enjoy things mains constant, the leaves always come in through Friday from open 8:30: a.m. to 4
support of his peers. His integrity is leaders, law enforcement officials, like hiking and camping. But, before you threes, with two of them directly opposite p.m. and is located behind the new
beyond reproach. He is ethical, experienced and youth organizations. The forum go tramping off into beckoning woods, you each other. White waxy flowers may be courthouse on the corner of Grand
should familiarize yourself with of
some found
and worthy of the support of will be held in the Downtown on smaller branches. These and Georgia Streets.
the more common poisonous plants. A lit- sometimes stay on the plant even after the
I every person in Alachua, Baker, Brad- Auditorium of the North Florida tle preparation could save you days of uncomfortable leaves have fallen. Poison Ivy commonly

, ford, Gilchrist, Levy, and Union Coun- Junior College 101 Market Street, after-effects, resulting from grows as a vine, climbing into trees, over Contact Beverly McGee or
ties. He is not a slick candidate, Judge Jacksonville.It contact with such noxious weeds. This fences, and up the sides of walls. However, Teresa Wood at 964-4545 for more
honest and hard week, I'll talk about poisonous plants in in open fields, Poison Ivy may look like a information.
Doughtie just" an. would be great if a representative general, and then go into a little detail shrub.
: working Judge. delegation from Bradford about some of those most frequently en- Poison Oak usually has the appearanceof
countered. a low-growing shrub. As the name im-
County would attend this meetingon
Usually, we think of poisonous plants as the slender
In the news release announcing its endorsement plies, upright branches bear
a matter of paramount impor- species found only in the woods. Actually, leaflets which resemble Oak leaves.
of Judge Doughtie, the tance to this and every other com they're everywhere. I'll describe the three Poison Oak also grows in trees,like Poison Dial Working....

Alachua Chapter of PBA enumeratedhis munity. Eleven arrests for crack- most common poisonous: Poison Ivy, Ivy. Usually, the undersides of the leavesare The 911 national emergency
high qualifications, then added: trafficking were made in Starke in Poison Oak, and Sumac, and tell you lighter in color, because they're telephone number installed at the
where you might find them. covered with fine hairs.
county jail Aug. 5 is working fine
recent weeks, so we are by no Now is ,
a good time to be discussing Poison Sumac
grows as a woody shrub, according County Radio
"In looking at Mark Jay Kaufman, we means immune to the problem. poisonous plants, because the sap of these or small tree. It never has the vinelike ap Arthur Brock. Dispatcher

found an entirely different picture. In Senator Chiles is doing his part, but leafy enemies is most abundant during the pearance of many other poisonous plants. 911 is to be dialed in case of
) one of his TV advertisements Mr. Kauf he needs to know that he has the in- summer. And, it's usually the sap which Poison Sumac is often found near swamps; emergency only, in case of accident

, man says that a judge must adhere to terest and the support of those be causes divided the problems.into two Poisonous those plants which can and ranges from five to six feet to as muchas fire, or illness, or any
groups; 25 feet in height. The leaves are divided situation.For .
and emergency
the Code of Judicial Conduct quotes us who Why not show skin irritation
among care. cause and those which into seven 'hirteen leaflets that grow in' business
canon three which says a judge must him this support next Monday? cause internal distress, and in rare cases, pairs. A singl) leaflet is found at the end of Bradford non-emergency Sheriff's Department,can

even death. each stem. I the spring, the leaves are be reached at 964-6161 and the
Many factors influence the poisonous bright oran i and velvety in texture Starke Police Department at
;i 1 i ir' nature of a particular kind of plant. The I..ater, in th. summer, the upper leaves 964.5400.
poison may be dispersed throughout a become dark green and glossy, while the'
: WNATS plant, or it may be localized in a specific lower leaves turn a paler green. .
111E -z '7. Qif \ plant part such as the roots, berries, or These are our most common poisonous Surplus Sale..,

I - - seeds.And, the amount of poison in a plant plants. But, there are many more that you A School Hoard
-. may vary even among plants of the same should learn to recognize and avoid. It's sale on projx-rtv,
goes every Wedn.day (
-- species depending on the time of row
year, important to keep
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children from such
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shapes. But signs or priced .'or more inlr" ,rrnatan.phone .
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of Items Time For School... f unily,and the William muse:. lumily
School opens again for Hampton from' Tu sdiy to Saturday of last
? Elementary students on Monday week. Paul's son, Doug 'Ixfobvre, of
Weddings'Receptions August 23, at 7:45 a.m. Closing: time Arizona: also flew here to join his
will be 2:00: p.m. Buses will have the relatives.St. S J
same schedule us last term.
Parties Cafeteria lunches will be sold at HO Edwards: News...

cents for Kindergarten through 5th OMulx-rfcst I'liiniuMl... l$,
grade. Prices for 6th and 7th grades On Sunday, August 17, a meeting
will be 90 cents.Teachers or parishioners was held in the J
and school personnel parish hall for Itaxuar: planning. ,
Stephanie Crawford, have been busy all this week prepar- Mrs Bobbie Moore Chairman,
ing attractive and efficient gave plans for activities of the &
Carl Wilkerson classrooms. Oktoberfest Festivities will begin at S' .
Wedding Set Aunt Belle Honored... II a.m. on October 5 in the parish
) On parking 'lot und hall. Chicken bur-b- I ,
Friday afternoon August 15,
Mr. & Mrs. Mitchell G.
dinners will be t4
the Mrs. Belle Brown was honored by quc available all day. -
Lawtey and, announce engage-of the ladies of the First Christian Games for all age groups will be x
ment I'pcoming marriage
featured. Craft items and baked
Church. The party was in celebra- JY'
their to
daughter Stephanie
goods will be sold, and bargains will
tion of Aunt Belle's 97th birthday
Wilkerson, sun of Mr. & Mrs. James be found at the. White Elephant v
which occurs on August 21.
Wilkerson, also of Lawtey. booth. ,
Stephanie is a graduate of Brad- Aunt Belle won the prize for the Bible ,rrv
Bowling game. She enjoyed the Parishioners and friends are In- 1 .. ,
ford High School and is employed by
vited to attend.KKNKVV .
Julia's Florist in Starke. cards, gifts and visiting with her + I
Carl also attended Bradford High friends. Refreshments of cake ice 4
6 cream and punch were served. Meeting...
School and is employed by Gilman'sPaper I
N Co., Maxville. Visitors... William Marchcbc St. Edward's 1
The wedding is planned for August Christy Roark of Melbourne is Parish RENEW Coordinator presided
29, 1986 at 7:30: p.m. at the home of visiting her great-grand mother at a meeting held in the parish ,
Crawford of Mrs. Ruth hall on Tuesday night, August 12.
: 7'h Mr & Mrs. Mitchell Dennison her grand
; Lawtey.No mother Mrs. Virginia Roark her Season V of RENEW in the St. .
invitations are being sent local- grandfather Roy Roark and her Augustine Diocese will extend from .
ly. All family and friends are invitedto father Dennis Roark. Her best October 12 to November 22. On October o
h tend. friend Stacy Ward, is with her for 9 a Prayer Vigil will be held at '
St. Edward's. November 2 is set for I
the visit
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Rehearsal: Dinner Held
Paul Lefebvre and family of The next RENEW meeting is
For Helen Fulgham, Alabama visited his mother, Mrs. scheduled for September 4 at 7:30: t
Ben PadgettThe Viola Ijefehvre, the Henry Spell p.m. in the parish hall. :Mr & :Mrs Albert Samorisky

Fellowship Hall of The First Carmen Waterhouse Old You Know........... To
I Presbyterian Church was the settingfor Couple Celebrate
>- the rehearsal dinner followingthe Celebrates Birthday
Airman Daniel L. Schuck son of
Ann Mosher& wedding rehearsal of Ben Carmen Elise Waterhouse Royal E. Schuck Jr. of Ontario,
:: Donald Kay Cooper Padgett and Helen Fulgham celebrated her first birthday. Calif., and Dorothy Sowell of 40th
J Victoria Ann Mosher Wednesday evening August 13. August 10, at a party given by her Brooker, has graduated from the Anniversary
The T-shaped tables were covered parents Mr. and Mrs. Jack U.S. Air Force law enforcement
1 To Wed Donald Cooper with white cloths the head table Waterhouse at their home near specialist course at Lackland Air
-: held an arrangement of pink & Hampton Lake. Force Base Texas. Mr. & Mrs. Albert Samorisky of Starke will be celebrating their 40th '
Mr. Milton Mosher High Springsand
mauve flowers flanked with burning The Bear' Graduates of the course studied wedding anniversary
Mrs. Jones of Teddy theme was used on Saturday August 23, 1986. Mr. Samorisky
2 Maywood cranberry tapers in tall brass thoughout the party rooms which general law enforcement duties tactics retired from Eastern Airlines in March 1985 when he and and his wife,
.* Zephyrhills announce the Victoria engage- candlesticks surrounded with were also decorated with balloons. weapons training physical apprehension Bea, made their new home here in Bradford County.
ment of their daughter smaller brass butterflies. Each The and restraint and earned The proud children and of the
.. thirty guests and family grandchildren couple are Mrs. Patty;)
Ann of Raiford to
Ray of table held burning cranberry tapersin members enjoyed snacks, cake and credits toward an associate degreein Anders and Lisa of Starke, Joe Samorisky and Heather of Jacksonvilleand !
Cooper aUo of Raiford son brass candlesticks surroundedwith 'loot bags' during the afternoon par- applied science through the Com- Mrs. Jeanine Fickling and Blake also of Jacksonville.
= of Starke.
'. Clarence & Ruby Cooper flowers & brass butterflies. ty hours. munity College of the Air Force.
Victoria attended Bradford Co. Pink heart placecards marked the "THEIR LOVE AND DEVOTION THROUGH THE YEARS TO ONE i
Schools and is self-employed. seating arrangement of the bridal Pine Valley Church ANOTHER HAS BEEN REFLECTED UPON THEIR FAMILY"We
'. Donald also attended Bradford Co. party and the immediate families. Goes To Nationals Starke Church of God
i, Schools and is employed by the State To Present Film SeriesThe are proud of you MOM & DAD and we congratulate you for your
of Florida Dept. of Corrections. Draperies by Joyce V64-7966 Karen Hodges and Carolyn love sacrifice, devotion and endurance through the ;years) Love always: :
; The wedding is planned for Satur- Milliard entered the Teen Talent Youth Department of the Pat, Billy Lisa, Joey Mary Kay. Heather Alan, Jeanine and Blake
'. day, October 25, 1986 at 7:30: p.m. at Contest sponsored by the C.H. Starke Church of God will be presen-
i i. Union Correctional Institute Train Brown Family ReunionSet Church. They were winners in the ting the James Dobson film series
ing/Recreation Facility, State Road For August 31 District Competition and the State "Focus On The Family" for the next VOTE NICHOLS (0 J
16. Raiford. FIA Competition. They then traveled to six ((6) consecutive Wednesday jERIo
BoatwrightRoznowskiWed Descendants of Jasper & Lou Griffen GA and competed on the national nights beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Brown will hold their annual family level where they were 2nd run- The community is cordially In-
August 8 reunion at Kingsley Lake Civic ners up in their division. vited to come share in this family
; Center. film series. The church is located at
: "This is quite an accomplishmentsince
,7 Linda and Daniel Roz-
Boatwright Members and guests are invited to 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke Fla. s
this is the first time they have
nowski of married Fri-
?*: day August Lawtey 8 at were the home of thee bring.a covered dish for luncheon at1pm. ever entered," says pastor David Pastor is Walter F. Montz. jjq CUSTOM \

bride's sister and brother-in-law in For more information call Hodees.: 7 \\ 1 i
Jacksonville. ,. .... Both young ladies are pianists forthe
-.1 L .., '" 782-3978. Pine Valley C.H. Church In Council
The"double, rjnig"eremony> ; wa$ ,, .- NICHOLS City Draperies Vertical Blinds
t"Ihll' rUli II<> < iftif><> .take. ,
perform d at KStTtfttR.4 ont e P PrescottFowlerReunionTo t- J.
balcony overlooking the living room. Balloon Shades Mini Blinds
Linda is the daughter of the late Be Aug. 30 -

Commodore R. and Mamie B. Crewsof The Prescott-Fowler family reunion I Roman Shades BedspreadsAll
Lawtey. Dan is the son of Mrs. will be held Saturday, August _
Victor S. Lamb of Starke. 30, 1986 at Dedan Baptist Church.A GINA S Drapery Linings
covered dish lunch will be serv- 17/ FREE
Sandy McCullough To
ed at 12:00: p.m. Classic Cuts & Styles Through Month of August
Wed Todd SchmidtThe All friends and relatives are invited -
to attend.'Woman's .:
marriage of Miss Sandy Mc WALLPAPER GALORE
Cullough daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Look Great for
Charles McCullough of Keystone Club Dinner

Heights, to Todd Schmidt, son of Dr. Planned For Aug. 22 Back to School Coordinate your home or office. I
& Mrs. John G. Schmidt of Starke is "
planned for 7:30: p.m., Friday A covered dish dinner at the Curly QUALITY CAN COST LESS!IIr i it
August 22, 1986 at the First United Woman's Club for members and $2 5
Perms Haircut . . .
Inc Building remodeling
or decorating
Methodist Church Starke. their guests will be enjoyed at 7 p.m.iu ;:r ,
A reception will follow in the; on Friday night August 22. l\Iens&\Vomens :':
$700Haircuts. FOR HELP!
Fellowship Hall. All members are urged to attend. . oolo' < I
No local invitations are being senti)I'i ;fi ,;Admission is a "white elephant"'I' \ 'Z)
and all friends and relatives are in-;, tobe,( used at the Woman's Club 0,\ Off/0 ,
vited to attend. booth<<.? at the next antique show. 964-6777 Interior Decorating Made Easy I f

For Shop at Home ConvenienceCall
Mel.isa Moss Announces .,' 486 N.Temple Ave Gina Brown Frazee Hours:
: Donna Gruen 964-7714 StarkeCall
Suite A Mon -Sat. 9-9
;: Engagement to .JI'!'. X, ELECT i NICHOLSti Starke. Fl Marla C.Walker Evenings by for a no obligation appointment

Emmett Roy Craig Jr. 'isM& '" across from BHS Appointment BCT 3113

.. Yreka, CA M:rs.announce J a m es the F Moss engagement or- 'c'i N. .... .... ,. . . .. -- :s.

: Hope, to of Emmett their daughter Roy Craig Jr.Mehsa", sotf 1 1fq ,Hours" 10-5:30 HMSat.' M-F. Jo Ann s 1 John

of Mr. & Mrs. Emmett Roy Craw S'" vll, .. 1
South 301 Plaza ,
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Speciality Gift Shop
Sr., of Starke. "t,((904)964-8547) y
The bride-elect is attending Vo1Tech. Starke ,
: jASONEKti.State .
Emmett attended BHS and is" f
employed by Van's Auto Body in School Days, School Days ,1-

i Jacksonville. Time for Mothers to I have ,
i The wedding is planned for August a day out Representative ;
;: 30 at 7:00: p.m. in Air Park Baptist Spend it atJo.Ann's: looking over all the new merchandise. The
I! Church! Starke. '( $hop.isfillec.t with new sights smells and taste treats. DiStriCt 13
Lindsay Lisa Ed
All friends and relatives are in- Shirley, and John Jasonek
I vited to attend. Show your schrolspirit I with a "Tornado I Sucker".

I .:. .. ...... .. .. .. .. ... A Promise.. from My Family to Yours *

j Ij RE-ELECT BECKE School Board I grew up learning to care about family values. I know that our

j JUDY District 2 strength as a community will come from the strength of our

i families. My promise to you is to ALWAYS CONSIDER YOUR

FAMILY when making important decisions on important issues.

; y) Children are our most

. !i, ,- ; precious and valuable + PROPERTY TAXES I am against ANY increases in property

:a ; resource. They are our taxes. I disagree with my opponent on this issue. I want to KEEP
hope for the future. They
must have the best the homestead exemption because working people trying to

Is education we can give raise a family need a tax break.

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'1 + DRUGS I believe that the spread of drugs is now our

Michael. Judy,'Mlcki & Leslie Becker 3 number one enemy. Nothing can hurt a family more. I will work

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

Votes for Quality Educational Programs for All Students Ii! resources to stop the spread of drugs in our small counties.

Is a Leader In Community Programs for Children and Youth

Cares About Kids and About Our Community + LISTENING No one can know your family's needs if theydo

Will Continue to Work Hard for You and Your Children not listen. As your representative I will have a Mobile Office

I was encouraged to seek re-election by parents, administrators, that can have office hours in ALL our communities.

teachers, and other community leaders and have been endorsed by the

Bradford Education Association ce
t \)itletet JASONEK

Parent Educator Taxpayer The Cleat .

JUDY KEEP BECKER Working WITH YOU to Improve Our Schools \8 On September 2nd

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Community News
Introducing. .
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IHI t.IInH:1: Rodney Jr. Voters
Wesley King, 7,608 ...
August 8, 9, & 10, 19U6, the Mr. & Mrs. Rodney W. King of .
1 Easley/Varner families celebrateda Lake Butler proudly announce the
family reunion. The reunion began birth of their
son, Rodney Wesley, from J pal;. I II'
with a nighttime fish fry and con- born in Alachua General in .
tinued with a Saturday afternoon Gainesville ."
on August 6, 1986.
picnic at the home of Mr. & Mrs. Maternal grandparents are Stole Senate, Diet. 5Eldrldge U. S. Senate
"7i e t ]v Vasco Hankerson (daugter &son-in- Richard & Sylvia Davis of Paula Hawkins
.i law of Mrs. Hattie Easley, all of Gainesville Wayne Holllngsworlli Beatlt Jon Lar..n (hudllckGovernor
ir Starke). Maternal
great-grandparents are Michael R. Moor
On Sunday morning, the family Laura
Broskey, Walt Wales, Doug Nichols
+ worshipped together at New Bethel Gainesville and Johnny Wales, Cor- .. Chester CUm
Baptist Church and ended their reunion pun Cristi, TX. U.S. Representative I Lou Fr.y. Jr.
with dinner Sunday evening at Paternal grandparents are Mr. & Tom Golloghr
; nA the Hankersons. Mrs. A.W.King of Starke. Bill Grant Bob MarllnciSecretary
Members of the family are from Rodney Joins a brother, David, Barbara Greadlngton I
Clanton, Ala.; Jacksonville; Ft. who is 4 1/2. Ernl. Padgett of State
Pierce; Ocala; Starke; Detroit, Moro F. Rivera II Richard R. Rnlck

Mich.; New York, N.Y.; Cincinnati, Did You Know........... Pete Skinner ,1;,-Ii! Jim SmithAttorney
The Easleys wish to thank all their Air Force Airman 1st Class Shi A. U.S. Senate .w'\, General)
friends who helped to make this a Breedlove, daughter of Mary L. Bob Graham v Ward''
successful event. Caruthers of Coleman, Fla., and Robert P. (Bob) Kunst 'r fr Lavon
; Jim
Raymond H.
Breedlove of Keystone >'i""
A. L. Campbell Lodge 1708 will Hgts., has arrived for duty with teh Governor -.
sponsor their 4th Annual Prince Hall 2139th Information Systems Mark Kan Goldstein ComptrollerMark
pay on August, 1986,at 11:00: a.m. Squadron, West Germany. Harry Johnston T. Gales
It will be held at Pleasant Grove Breedlove Is a ground radio communications Steve Pale|' Craig KUr
r United Methodist Church '
in Starke. specialist. Jim Smith ,
The speaker will be
Bro. Edwin
Joan L. Wollln
Clark. Second Lt. Kenneth P. Bonner,son
Support of local lodges is humbly of Mr. & Mrs. J.E. Bonner of Attorney General I State Treasurer
solicited. The public is invited to at Keystone Hgts., has completed the Tim K.gan
tend. U.S. Air Force military indoctrination Robert A. (Bob) Butt.rworth l'' Von B. Pool.
for medical service officers at Walter Dartland
ELECT NICIIOLS Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas Ed DunnJoe Com. of Education I
The course acquaints newly com GerstenStale
Vine Goodman
School Menus missioned medical personnel with Treasurer <' Ron Howard
professional and administrative Stan Marshall
responsibilities Air Force Bill Gunler
as officers
August 25. 29 Raphall Herman Brian Pappas

Bradford Elem.&. Middle School Com. of Agriculture I
The Gethsemane Mundiiv: Hamburger on Bun, lettuce, tomato& Catherine Roach of Starke will be C om. of Education I
Quartet pickle buttered corn peaches milk. spending the 1986-97 school year studying Betty Castor Charles Bronson
Tumday t Spaghetti w/meat sauce, cheese mix, in Wales J. Smith
Gethsamone garden salad apple crisp,hot rolls, milk. on the International Larry Hawkins
Quartet To Wednesday: Cuban sandwich cole slaw fruit Studies Program conducted there by Raymo C. Page Circuit Judge
cup cookie milk. Central College of Pella, Iowa.
Present Concert Thurmlav: Chicken nuggets, trench fries,green Students follow a liberal arts cur- Only Republican candidates seekNonpartllan Judicial
Au 30
!!. beans fruit icllo,cinnamon roll, milk. riculum Nath G. Doughtl
o Friday: Barbecue on bun,mixed vegetables applesauce on the campus, centered at ing statewide office have opposition
widely presenting ,cookie, milk.Bradford. Trinity College in Carmarthen, in the Sept. 2 First Primary. They Mark J. Kaufman
gospel concerts in
The Gethsemane Quartet of legendary home of Merlin.
Greensboro North Carolina will pre- churches throughout the country. High School Wales Is one of three international
sent a concert at Pine Level Baptist Everyone is invited to attend this Monday: Hamburger on Bun lettuce tomato 6 program cites Central has established -
Church on Saturday night, August 30 special mission service. There will be no ad- pickle milk. buttered corn strawberry shortcake for students who wish to experience -

at 7:30: p.m. Pine charge for the concert. Tuesday: Spaghetti w/meat sauce,cheese aUx, another culture but who do 'I
The Gethsemane Quartet is one of Level Baptist Church is garden salad apple crisp hot rolls milk. not have a second language. Other Happy I
the best known gospel singing located 3 1/2 miles west of Starke on Wednesday: Whaler on a Bun french fries,cole
English language bas-
Highway 100. slaw,butterscotch squares, milk.Thur.day programs are
groups in America. They travel ;: Pizza green beans, peaches cinnamon ed in London and in Yucatan, Mex- '
roll milk. ico. BIG 40thBirthday
Friday: Fried chicken mashed potatoes & Catherine is a student at
gravy turnip greens, coconut cake, hot rolls,
milk. Presbyterian College in Clinton,S.C.
Early War Periods T

Will Be Topic at A-Ia-Carte EI.
Mondays Cheeseburgers, pizza, french fries THANK YOU
Historical Society"Bits orange juice milkshakes I
Tuesday: Corndogs, hamburgers pizza, french Thank you for your support
and pieces" of early Brad- tries, milkshakes,orange juice, milk. toward painting the Band Boosters Michelle Doris ParkerVOTE
ford County history, together with Wednesday French fries milkshakes,
historical of that period will be cheeseburgers, pizza,orange juice Booth.E.
maps s Thurnday: Chicken nuggets french fries hamburgers .W. Hodges Hardwareand
presented at the Historical Society french fries plies milkshakes.
meeting tonight (Thursday) at 7:30: Friday: Pizza cheeeseburgers, french fries Ace HardwareCarl
p.m. in the SFCC Starke Center con- orange juice, milkshakes.
ference room by Sandra Sanders. .Each day students have a choice of a hot lunch, From: Bradford Band Boosters.
Mrs. Sanders has done extensive salad bar or they may purchase a-la-carle.
research on the Indian War and Civil Lb.What and ELECT TERRY

War periods in this area. Bradford i VOTE NICHOLS
County had a prominent Indian War
fort on Santa Fe River and Starke GAINES
was a shipping point for supplies to a sharp idea! A knife with
Confederate troops during the Civil nearly 2,000 blades, that is. It was AnnouncingThe ,

War. made by cutlers in Sheffield, Eng- City Commissioner I
The public is invited to attend the land back in 1822, and was de- ,
and members of the Group 3 I
meeting new signed to match the year until 2000 Opening Of
will be welcome.
society AD. Room ran out at 1,973 blades, Lifelong Resident of Bradford Co.

however. DAVID LAWSON r" i Long Family Background of Service
; I To Our Community
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Public NoticePursuant 1 Legal Notices I

to Florida Statute 98.081(1)( ) the following electors have been removed ,

from the Registration Books of Bradford County. Contact the Supervisor of Elec- In accordance with Final Judgment thence Southerly along' lh* Sampson 2.86.00094 for an average dally
entered In Civil Action Cat No. River lo the Brodford-Alachua County withdrawal of 0,0001 million gallon per
tions Office at 964-6280, Bradford County Courthouse to be re-Instated. 86.6-CIV-J-14, this It a nolle' of change line (Santa F. River); run thence Westerly day from ground waters located In Sec.
/ ol boundarloi of County Commissioner's along the Bradford/Alochuo' County tlon 23 Township 06 South Rang 22
ADAMS MILDRED L. GODSEY GEORGIA M. J/LUMMER IDA LEE Districts. Th. n.w district descriptions Line to Us Intersection with the Bradford. East, Bradford County, Florida for water

or. o. follows: Union County Line (New River); run utility uses.Written .
AKRIDGE JAMES E. GORMAN. MARY JEAN PHILLIPS MINNIE BELL DISTRICT NO. I thence Northerly along the Bradford- objections or comments on
Beginning at the Point of Interaction Union County line (New River) to 'Its Intersection this application may be filed with the
t ALVAREZ LARRY R. GORMAN PERRY F. POORE WILMA SMITH of the Brodford-Clay County Line, and with County Rood No. 229; run Governing Board of the Suwonnee River
State Road No. 200 (U.SrSOl), run'h.nc.Sou'h.rly thence Southeasterly along County Road Water Management District Route 3,
ALVAREZ WANDA J. GORMAN PERRY THOMAS PORTER E.L.PRESCOTT along the Brodford Clay County No. 229 to Us 'Intersection, with County Box 64, Live Oak Fl 32060 until
Line to Its Intersection with Stale Rood Road 225 (Boy I... Highway); run thence 9/1S/B6.

ANDERSON MARY LANE GREER. EDNA CAPEHART ALICE BROWN No. 16: run thence Westerly along Slate Southerly along County Rood No. 225 8/21/86Itchg
Rood No. 16 to Its Intersection with the (Bayless Highway) lo Its 'Intersectionwith I

BAKER; BERTHA WILLIAMS GRIDER ADEL B. PRESCOTT DOUGLAS JOSEPH Seaboard Systems Railroad; run th.nc. Stole Road No. 100; run Ihence
Northerly' along th. Seaboard Systems Easterly along State Rood 100 to Its Intersection NOTICE OF APPLICATION \
Railroad/ to the Northerly Boundary of with State Rood 200 (US 301)). On 8/5/86 BRUCE SCOTT, P.O. BOX
BAKER RONNIE ALLEN the limits of the the sold Point of Beginning.
City City of. Starke; run 445, STARKE FL 32091, made application
thence Westerly along the Northerly 8/21 Itchg for water use permit 2.86.00086 few an \
Boundary City Limits of the City of --- -- -- average daily withdrawal of 0.0103
Stork to Itt Intersection with Stole Rood The Bradford County Board of Commissioners million gallons per day from groundwater
BARRON KENNETH WAYNE JR. GRIFFIS LONNIE J. REGISTER STEPHEN R. No. 16; run thence Northwesterly along Is accepting sealed bids on located In Section 33 Township

State Rood No. 16 to Its Intersection with two ((2)) dump truck. Specifications may 06 South Rang 22 East, Bradford County
BARTON AMELIA GAIL GRIFFIS SHEILA FAYE RENGERING GLADYS DEE County Road No. 233 (Morgan Rood); run be picked up at the Bradford County Florida, for climate control.
thence Easterly along County Rood No. Clerk's office. The sealed bid. will be Written objections/ or comments on
BEDWELL BETTY A. HAMILTON MARY GIBBS .REZAEI HASSAN 233 (Morgan Road) to Its 'Interaction op.n.d at 10:30 a.m. on Monday this application may be filed with the
with State Road No. 200 (US 301))): run September 8, 1986 at the regularly Governing Board of the Suwonnee River
BENNETT DANIEL JOHN HARRINGTON BARBARA ANN RHODEN MARTY MATTHEW thence Northerly along Slate Road No. scheduled meeting of the Board of County Water Management District, Rout 3,
200 (US 301)) to "Its Interaction with the Commissioners. Bids should be mailedor Box 64, Live Oak, FL 32060 until

BENNETT LORRAINE M. HARRISON KENNETH ALAN RICKS PATSY RUTH Bradford-Clay county line, the sold pointof delivered to Gilbert S. Brown, Clerkof 9/15/86.
beginning the Court P.O. Drawer B, Stark, 8/21/0611chg

at the Point of Intenectlon 8/21 Itchg IN THE COUNTY COURT OF

Road No. 200 (U.S. 301)): run thence Northerly CASE NO. 84-310-SP
Line to Its Intersection with the Bradford. TO REGISTER Plaintiff
Baker County line: run thence Wtsterly FICTITIOUS NAME vs.PAUL .
Pursuant to Section Florida
along the Bradford Baker County Line to 865.09 L. JENKINS
the Bradford Union County Line (N.w Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Defendant
I INEZ H. HOWLE CAROLYN A. F. Rlv.r); run thence Southerly along the undersigned Terry C. Minx, lot 27 Deer- NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE

Brod'ord.Unlon County line (New River) foot Trail Lake Sampson Florida sole NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I I. DolphE.
JERRY MICHAEL HUDSON, CLARANELL ROSIER MARY B. to Its Intersection with County Roud No. owner doing business under the firm Reddish Sheriff of Bradford County

229; run thsnc Southeasterly olm,g name of Western Auto 312 W. Call St., Florida under and by virtue of a Writ of
BOX, MATTHEW KYLE HUDSON CLIFFORD ROSS CINDY ANN County Road No. 229 to Its Intenectlon Starke, Florida 32091 Intends to Execution heretofore Issued out of the
with County Road No. 225 (Bay I... register said fictitious name under the above-entitled court In the above-styled
BREWER LENROY HUGHLON, TAMMY JEAN ROWE, LOU ANN Highway); run thence Southerly along aforesaid statute. cause, have levied upon the following
County Road No. 225 (Bayleis Highway) Dated this 15 day of August, AD. property situate, lying and being' In
BROWN, DONALD RAY HULSEY, JAMES W. ROZNOWSKI DANIEL THOMAS to Its Intersection with Stole Rood No. 1986 In Bradford County. Bradford County, Florida to-wit:
100; run thence Easterly along State 8/214tchg 9/11 1 Lot 208.75 feet square lying In the

BROWNING WILLARD G. HULSEY, JOHNNIE SUE SANDERS JERRY Road No. 100 lo Its Intersection with /the SW corner of NW 1/4 of SW 1/4, Section
I Westerly City limits of the City of Starke 18, Township 6, South, Rang :22 East

I BRUNER LARRY ARNOLD INGRAM, ROBERT E. SANDERS MALCOLM R. as existed In 1970, run thence Northerly State of FloridaD.por'm.nt Public Records of Bradford County
along Ih. Westerly City limits of the of Florida
I J.R. SCHOENING HERMAN LEROY City of Slarke to the Southerly Boundaryof Environmental Regulation ot the property of the obov.-named
Section 20 Township 6 South Rang. Notice of ApplicationThe Defendant, and that on the 15th day of
22 East; run thence Easterly and Northerly September 1986 Monday at 2.00 p.m.
BURNSED RITA CAROL JACKSON, CHARLES SELPH, JACK along the City Limits of the City of Department gives notice of Its Intent on the premises of the Bradford County
Storke to Its Intersection with County to ,Issue a permit to Florida Sheriffs Office, I will offer for sale and
BUTLER HENRIETTA MARIE JACKSON, DONNA G. SLADE BRENDA GANN Road No. 229, run thence Easterly along Hydrocarbons Company to construct a sell to the highest bidder for cash In
County Road No. 229 lo Its Interjection turbine generator unit an air emissions hand the above-described properly as
CAMPBELL BRENDA JOYCE JAMES COLLENE DIANE. SLADE, DONALD FRANKLIN JR with State Road No. 16; run th.nc. source, located on C.R. 231, north of the: property of the said Defendant to

fcasterly along State Rood No. 16 to Its Brooker, Bradford County FL. satisfy said Execution
I CANNON LAVONIA ANN JAMES DELMER EUGENE JR. SMITH, ALBERT E. Intersection with the Seaboard Systems Persons whose substantial Interests DOLPH E. REDDISH. SHERIFF
Railroad/ ; run thence Northerly along the or. affected by the department's proposed BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDABY
CANTWELL GREGORY W. JEFFERSON CAROLYN SUE SMITH, ANNETTE Seaboard Systems Railroad/ to the Northerly permitting' decision may petitionfor : Dolph E. Reddish
Boundary of the City limits of the an administrative determination 8/21 4tchg 9/11
CARTER ALBION T. JOHNS STEPHEN LEWIS SMITH, BRENDA H. City of Storke; run thence W.iterly (hearing) In accordance with Section -.-.-.-----.- -.- -.-.-.----w
along the Northerly Boundary of the Clly 120.57 Florida Statutes (F.S). The petition INTENT TO ACQUIRE

CARTER, HELEN CYRUS JOHNSON ANTHONY R. JR. SMITH MARION Limits of the City of. Storks lo Its 'Intersecllon must conform to th. requirementsof PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL
and Florida Administrative
Chapters 17.103 28-5
with Slate Rood No. 16; run SERVICES BY
thence Slot Rood Code (FAC), and must be filed COMPETITIVE SELECTIONThe
No. 16 lo Its Intersection with County (received' ) In the Department's Officeof Bradford County School Board

STAPF WILLIAM JAY Road No. 233 (Morgan Road); run Ihence General Counsel 2600 Blair Stone Stork, Florida in accordance with
CARTER, CORINE M. JONES CHARLES EDWIN Easterly along County Road No. 233 Road, Tallahassee, Florida 32301 within' Florida Statutes 287.005 shall conduct

(Morgan Rood) lo Us intersection with fourteen ((14)) days of. publication of this open competition In the selection of a
CARTER JAMES D. JONES SANDRA JO STARLING GUY State Road No. 200 (U.S. 301)); run thence notice. Failure to file a petition within Professional Architect.
Northerly along Stole Road No. 200 (US the fourteen ((14)) days constitutes a Selection/ shall be based upon, but not
CARTER WILLIAM T. KASTNER WILLIAM 0. STARLING MYRTICE L. 301J lo Its Intersection with the Bradford- waiver of any right such person has to limited to: capabilities, adequacy of personnel

I Clay county line. 1".old" point of begin on administrative determination (hearing past record and experience,
CARVALHO, GLENN D. KEY, GLENDA M. STEEGE, MAE K. ning. ) pursuant Section 120.57, F.S. willingness to meet time and budget requirements
DISTRICT NO. 3Beginning If a petition Is filed the administrative location, and recent & current
CA\JFFMAN, GEORGIA-'ANN*'" LANCASTER, "tflLLlAM D. STEPHENS CAROL R. at the' Point of Intersection hearing process designed to formulate work loads.

of the Bradlord.Clay County line and agency action. Accordingly, the Deport Those Individuals or firms wishing
CAULEY EDWIN KENNETH LANGSTON, WILLIAM D.JR STEWART, JOHNNIE State Road No. 16Mun thence Wtslerly ment's final action may different. from consideration' who have not previously
along State Rood No. 16 to Its Intersection the Notice of Appllcatloi Therefore, filed their' pre-quallflcotlon forms with

CAULEY LISA M. LEE CLARENCE E. TAYLOR, EUGENE B. with County Rood No. 229; run persons who may not wish to file a petition the Superintendent's office are Invited lo
thence Westerly along County Rood No. may wish to Intervene In the pro do so by 9 a.m., August 28, 1986, and
TELLER, ANNE P. 229 lo Its Intersection with the Westerly ceeding. A petition for 'Intervention must failing same shall not be considered.The .
CIREROL JOE LUIS LEE MARION THOMAS Boundary of the City limits of the City a.Slork. be filed pursuant lo Rule 285.207, FAC scope of this selection Is for oil

TERRY ELIZABETH .. run thence Southerly. Westerlyand at least five ((5)) days before the final plans, additions, renovations, repairs,
I CLARK, CARNELL MITCHELL LEE MARION TYRONE Southerly along the City Limits of hearing and be filed with the hearing officer remodeling or construction needed for
the City of Starke lo Its Intersection with If on. has been assigned at the Science Lab Auditorium and minor projects
, COOPER WILLIAM R. LEE, RICHARD E. THOMAS DONALD (DONNIE) Stale Road No. 100, run thence Easterly, Division of Administrative Hearings, less than 100000.00 for Bradford
along Stole Road No. 100 to Its Intersection Department of Administration, 2009 County Schools.
CRAWFORD FRANCIS M. LEE, SHEILA NOREEN WILLIAM with State' Rood No. 200 (US 301)); Apalachee Parkway Tallahassee, Interviews of the three best qualified
THOMPSON GLORIA ANN run thence Easterly and Southerly along Florida 32301. If no hearing officer has firms will begin at 5 p.m., September 8,
CRAWFORD, MARGIE C. LEIGH PATRICIA VOGEL Slate Road No. 100 to Its Intersectionwith been assigned' the petition Is to be filed 1986 at the School Board Office, 582
THORNTON JOY M. the Southerly' most end of County with the Department's Office of General North Tempi Avenue, Slorke Florida.
CREWS FRONIE E. LEWIS GEORGE WILLIAM Rood No. t 100.A (Grlflls loop); run Counsel 2600 Blair Stone Road Negotiations with the best qualified firm
RUDOLPH thence Northerly along County Rood No. Tollaho..... Florida 32301. Failure to shall take place after the interviews
CREWS JEANETTE H. LEWIS HELEN HALL THORNTON 100.A (Grilfls loop) to Its Interjection petition to Intervene within the allowed Jim Duncan Superintendent
with the Seaboard Systems Railroad time from. constitutes a waiver of any Bradford County Schools

MARTHA'PHILLIPS MACK LILLIE JEAN THORNTON, W.J. (Camp Blandlng/Dupont Spur): run right such person has to request a hearing 8/7 3lchg 8/21
CREWS thence Southeasterly' along Seaboard under Section 120.57 F.S.
TILLEY JOHN EDWARD Systems Railroad (Camp Blondlna/Du- The application is available for public IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
CREWS SAMUEL DOCK MARKHAM MELL E. pont Spur) to the Bradford Clay County Inspection during normal business' ) EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

TURNER, JESSIE HOLTON line; run thence Northerly along the hours, BOO: a.m. to 5:00: p.m., Monday IN AND FOR
CROW CORA EVA MELSON, SANDRA R. Bradford-Clay County line lo Its intersection through Friday except legal holidays, at BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
UNDERHILL BARBARA: ANN with Stole Road No. 16, the the Department of Environmental CASENO.:86187CAIN :
DAILEY FAYE W. MELSON, WILLIAM DEVON sold Point of Beginning Regulation Northeast District Office, RE: The Marriage of
UNDERHILL CYNTHIA DISTRICT NO.4B.glnnlng 3426 Bills Road Jacksonville Florida BEN WELDON HIGHTOWER IV,
DAILEY JOHN D. MELTON, HARRY ALIE ot the Point of Intersecllor 32207. Husband
VICKERY MAE HEARD of the Bradford-Cloy County Line and IhiSinbnnrd Any person may send written comments .
DEMOREST KENNETH EUGENE System' Railroad (Camp Blan on the proposed action to Mr. W. andDEBRA MARIE HIGHTOWER
PATRICIA E. ding/Dupont Spur): run thence Southerly P. Stewart, Supervisor Air Section at the Wife.
DEMOREST NANCY ., WAINWRIGHT along the Bradford.Clay County line loUs above address. All comments moiled NOTICE OF SUIT NO PROPERTYTO
Intersection with the Bradford- within 30 days of the publication of this : DEBRA MARIE HIGHTOWER
WARD ROBERT GLEN Putnam County line; run thence Westerly notice will be considered In the D.portm.nt' RESIDENCE UNKNOWNYOU
DIGGS along the Bradford-Putnam County final determination ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that on action
WARREN BETTY N. line to Its Intersection wllh the BradfordAlochua 8/21 Itchg
for dissolution of marriage has been
County line: run '' .nc.Wo..rly
filed and
against you you are required to
WASDIN JOHN EDWARD along the Bradford/Alachua of written defenses, "if
serve a
copy your
County Line to IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR any to It, on the Ptltionr's/Husbans's
WEIR MARLENE DENISE Sampson River; fun Ilium riuiiimily BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA attorney whose name and address Is:

MORGAN/H.L. JR. WHIPPLE BETTY L. with County Road No. 18; run thence File Number 13755Dlvlsion8669CP Green ft Hobbs, P.A.
DUMAS MARY M. Easterly and Northeasterly rlong' County P.O. Drawer 918

MORRIS MELVERINE WILKINSON, BESSIE L. Road No. IB to Its .intersection with, IN RE: ESTATE OF Starke Florida 32091)
ELSOUESSI PAULETTE County Road No. 227. run thence Northeasterly JAMES DAWSON YEAGER and file the original with the Clerk of the

MULLIS JAMES WILLIAM JR. WILKINSON, SHEILA T. along County Road No. 227 laUs Deceased abov.-.tyled Court on or before
EMMONS KATHERINE B. Intersection with State Road No. 200 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe September 10 1986, otherwise a ,judgment

MURPHY GAYLE WILKINSON PAUL HERMAN (U.S. 301)); run thence Southerly along administration of the estate of may be entered against you for the
EMMONS ORDWAY G. State Road No. 200 (U.S. 301)) to Us Intersection JAMES DAWSON MEAGER deceased relief demanded In the Petition.
WILLIAMS BETTY LOU with County Road No. 221; run File Number 1-3755 I. pending in the WITNESS my hand and the seal of said
ENOS HELEN MARY MURWIN WILLIAM L. JR. thence Southerly along County Rood No. Circuit Court for BRADFORD County Court on this 5 day of August, 1986.
221 to Us Interjection with County Road Florida Probate Division the address of GILBERT S. BROWN. CLERKBY
FERGUSON STEVEN KENT McCLELLAN EVELYN E. WILLIAMS BRYAN No.5.". 34th Avenue (Mengs Dairy which Is Bradford County Courthouse, : Martha S. Johns
Road); run thence Easterly along County Probate Division Starke, Florida 32091 DEPUTY CLERK
ANGELA LUCILLE McCLELLAN, JOE A. WILLIAMS FRANK L. Rood No. S.E. 34th Avenue (Meng The names and addresses of the personal 8/7 4tchg 8/28

FIELDS Dairy Road) to Its Intersection with State representative and the personal .
--- ---- --
McCUTHCHEN SAM WILLIAMS JAMES L. Rood No. 100, run thence Northerly' representative's attorney are set forth
along Stole Road no. tuu lo me bouther- below NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
MCNEAL PATRICIA JOANN WILLIAMS JESSICENA K. ly Intersection with County Road No. Interested' persons or. required lo Notice Is hereby given that I I. Dolph E.
FIGUEROA, JORGE T. 100.A (Grlffls Loop); run thence Northerly file with this court WITHIN THREE MONTHS Reddish as sheriff of Bradford County
L.MCQUAGE. ELIZABETH D. WILLIAMS JUANITA ELAINE along County Roar) No. 100.A (Grlffls OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Florida under and by virtue of Writ of
FISCHER CATHERINE loop) lo Its Interjection with Seaboard NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against th* estate Execution to-wlt:

MCQUAGE WILLIAM P. WILLIAMS PRISCILLA ANN Systems Railroad (Camp Blanding'Du. and ((2)) any objection by an Interested Execution Issued out of County Courtof
FOGARTY, GROVER LONNIE pont Spur), run thence Southeasterly person on whom this notice was served Bradford County Florida pursuant to
NELSON CYNTHIA DENISE WILSON GERALD R. along Seaboard Systems Railroad (Camp that challenges the validity of the will a Final Judgement for Charley E. Johns
FOLSOM LESLIE Blondlna/Dupont ,Spur) In the Brad the qualifications of the personal Agency Inc. of Storke, Florida and

NEWSOME LEILA WILSON, LOSSIE LOUISE ford/Clay County line, the said point ot representative, venue, or jurisdiction' of against Laura Ann Whlsenant. defendant
th. court.
FOLSOM. MARY A. beginning. In the amount of $263.00. togetherwith
Have selied and have In
FOLSOM, PHYLLIS V. Beginning at the Point of Intersectionof my posseslonthe
Publication of this Notice has begunon
MORRIS WAYNE WOOLARD BETTY W. Slate Road No. 100 and State Road following described personal pro-
NORMAN August 14, 1986.
FOX.TERRY WAYNE No. 200 (US 301)) run thence Easterly and Personal party to-wlt:
1980 Chevrolet Chevette
LORRAINE Southerly along State Hooa 'No. 100 to lit
I.D. No. 1B689AA154301
SI 34lh
IRVIN J. Intersection' wllh County Pork
FRAZIER 6 East AvenueSt.
As the of the above named
WYRICK KEITH GORDON Avenue (Meng Diary Rood); run 'thence Augustine, FL 32084 properly
PADGETT JANET DUNCAN Road No. 51 34'hAv.nu. defendant and that on Monday the 25th
GANN ,' MARY K. Westerly along Attorney for Personal Representative: day of 1986 2.00 P.M.
(Menjs Dairy Road) to IM In. August, at : on laid
FELLOT SANDRA J. with County Rood No. 221: run Eugene F. Shaw day on the premises of the Bradford/
GEDDES KATHERINE M. terseetlon Northerly' along County flood No. 925-1 North Temple' Avenue County Jail, I will offer for sale and sell
PENDLETON LEANNAH PEARL" thence Intersection with Slot Rood Stark. FL 32091) tn,' the highest bidder for cash In hand,
GEDDES MICHELE LYNN \ 221 lo Its thence Northerly Telephone: ((904)) 964.5200 the above described property of told
No. 200 (US 301)); run
PETERS ISABELLA DOWNEY .t, State Road No. 200 (US 301)) to It.Intersection 8/143tchgl/n defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Ex
along .
GEIGER TAMARA SUE Road No. 227; _____._M_ ecution.Oolph .
wllh County
,It, ,
I. Reddish Sheriff
PETZ LOUISE ANNA then Southwesterly, along County
CECIL 'Intersection with County, Florida.
Road No.
On 8/12/86. LYNN LUTHER.! RT. I. BOX 7/314tchg
PHILLIPS JEFFREY LYNN County Road No. t 18.; run thence Southerly -. 520-R2 LAKE BUTLER Fl 32054 mad 821T
GILES ORLYN DAVID County Road No. 18 to Its Interseiiiuii
along application for water use permit
PHILLIPS LINDA SIMPSON with the :bumpsuu ......, can

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\ BUS Band, Dancers v-

Practice at Band Camp:

JUmors- .rlka Banks Kevin
B}' Judy Becker ,
Blankenship, Robert Boone, Kim
i I Itl"I' t ''''''''!oIIOIIII''lIt
Burch, Pam Carter,Charles Casner,
While school has not begun for
Dale Cassels, Claudine Greenly,
Hnidlord County students, 77 Rrud- _
Angela Joiner, Sherry Mattox, Kenneth
ford { Sl'hooband members and j 1
Owens, Chanda Padgett, Kenneth
week of k' \ '
jan dancers spent the Stahl, Kevin Starling and
August II at ('amplllandingprcpar- Rosalyn Taylor.SophomoresAngie. #
ing for the upcoming marching
The band is under the direction of Baucom, Micki
Charles (Buddy) Hall with James Becker, Ginny Bennett, Karen
Brownlee as assistant. Other instructors Black, Audra Brantley, Lilly
Paul Coleman, Coretha
at the camp were James Burgess
1'eronto, percussion, and Donna Daniels, Kern Fillyaw, Angela For-
Parado, jazgirls.. syth, Renee Hewitt, Karen Hodges
"We nave a great group of Tonya Klein, Kim Lee, Grisly
talented and dedicated ;young people Meyers, Zellouisc Montgomery,
," says Ball. "The communitycan Karen Morgan, Wanda Mueller,
look forward to an exciting pro- Kristin Pfenniger, Becky Poore,
gram this season." Melinda Powell, Jimmy Quietle,
The days started ith calisthenics Noy Srivibul, Billy Starling, Sheila
at 6'::10 a.m., followed by breakfastand Stewart, Charlotte Terry, Sheila
the morning practice on the Tew, Monica Tucker and Shannon
marching field. In the afternoon Wolfe.
there was lime for swimming, play-
ing pool 01''HII'O games, watching Freshmen-Allison Archey, Debbie
TV, or just resting. At 4 it was backto Browning, Celeste Carter, Kenny
rehersal (for an hour. After sup- Clark, June Cole, Jennifer Dodge, r #
the evening marching session Scott Duncan, Aimee Ferguson, Jeff
... per began and Listed until dark. Foster, Kelly Hatton, Kim Johnson,
Those students attending were: John Lopcr, Timmy McBride, Angy --. .-..-.. ...- .- -.
Seniors-Paul Bawek, Kevin Cogdill, McChesney, Beth McKinney, Amy BMS Bandmaster Jim Peronto Puts BUS Band Through Its
Lottie- Cole, Doug Ferlig, Cane Noegel, Steven Thornton, Anthony
Foster, Kim Gowens, Eric Lane, Tyson and lion Wishart. Paces...
Donna Langley, Angela Mon Tornado band members! for the 19X0 football marching week of drills. Somebody said the incoming! ( freshman band members
tgomery, Larry Nazworth, Shawn Also attending were two runners !season with a mini-camp I; stII'l'k at 'amp Itlanding, The band has a were so nice, the upper chissmen didn't give them the usual initiationlot
Schmidt, Bianca Simpson and Tim for this season, Kristy Ball and of ability and potential BUS Bandmaster Buddy Kail said after the treatment
Weir. Bradley Ball.


Winn Dixie Site Plan ELECT SCOTT ROBERTSfor


Approved by Council

... ... .,
The Bradford County Zoning, Turner advised the committeethat SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT NO. 3
Planning and Building Board met Suwannee River Management A.
Monday, August 18, to review the Agency had reviewed and approvedthe S
plans presented by Belco Enter- proposed plans in their area of onSEPTEMBER
prises for construction of the proposed concern, evironmental and drainage L
Winn Dixie store. issues. The committee discussed the \ '
Janet Turner, assistant director amount of run-off from the parkinglot 2litJ.
the Board, exhibited blueprints of but noted the provision for 3
the proposed complex and a grass lined retention areas to collect
topographical drawing for study by surface water and channel it into
the Committee, and furnished infor- the city owned easement, beginningat Dedicated, Sincere & Competent
mation relative to the plans. Claire LaFayette St., and running
Capps chaired the committee, in the southward into Alligator Creek. The DEDICATED
absence of Walt Westcott. Other black-topped parking lot will contain : Born and Raised in Bradford County
members attending were Sam 306 parking spaces, twelve more
Basset,Julius Royal, Marg Peterson than required by statute. A background of Community & Civic Involvement.
and Brenda Alvarez. There were no zoning changes required -
The meeting was called for the since the entire area is
purpose of reviewing the site plan, already zoned B-2, commercial.The .
and making a recommendation to committee asked many ques- SINCERE: Someone who cares about
the city council, which will meet tions, and recieved courteous and in- attaining Higher
Tuesday, August 19 depth answers from Guy Andrewsand
Bclco Enterprises, owned by Guv General Contractor Lavon Andrews for the Bradford County School System. _
and Tom Andrews, is the landlord, Several members expressed

1 center owning and both the the proposed, current expansion.shopping appreciation bringing to the Bi'lco new Enterprisesfor facility to ''* *J ',/d***noi..s-' -mt liIlMM III>!! I I JMt_1JH,IULI___, wr .- t',-'Wp..lntrawnG.4 _,

The area is bounded bv Madison Starke. COMPETENT: Graduated from University of Florida in Business
Bassett's motion to recommend
Street on the North, Orange Streeton
the West Bay Street on the East approval by the city council received Administration
\ '. and LaFayette Street on the South. a second by Royal, and passed
I The total land area contains 6.27 without dissent
Currently General
a Agent with George Roberts
acres, or 273,275 sq. ft The expansion -
approximately doubles the Insurance
former shopping center area, and ,
the new complex will I increase the
area under roof three told, to 69,390! The fattest known tree is YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT APPRECIATED
en rt
a giant Sequoia over 83 PD POL ADV

feet__in_n circumference

I 1!

You Asked. -

; George Crady ,

Responded ;. ,

v- f

Bradford County

Public Schools 'Y, 9

I Needed Help !

GEORGE CRADY helped fund the Rural County Spar-

sity Factor. This resulted in increased 1 w;

funds to BRADFORD COUNTY of: ..e.. 4 : : '-


1984 1985 1986

$57,622 $110,466, $176,623

Average Teacher Salary Increase : -

1980 1986

$13,465 $18,602

"Our new insulation supports my putteringand

I* Of every dollar spent on school children in BRAD then some.

FORD COUNTY this year, the state funded 90 cents! The surprising thing is that FPL paid for part of it."

Re-Elect Not surprising at all.FPL is encouraging everybody to We'll send out an energy specialist to advise you
manage their energy efficiently because lowering peak on how much insulation you need W'e II even pay for
energy demand delays the need for new power plantsan part of the work.
expense everyone must share. To find out how to qualify for this incentive and
a 1 GEORGE CRADY By insulating your ceiling,or adding to your to get.more information on energy management.
existing insulation,you'll use less air conditioning. call our 24-hour toll free number,

1 State RepresentativeDistrict And electricity.you'll lower your bit Is as you lower your demandfor 18008217700.

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( i Y _.t fL : Pajcic. Makes Tour of Starke and State I

Sheriffs, shop owners and courthouse "Drugs are the driving force In his various stops during the jcic told people as lie walked in and
workers were the main behind the state's crime rate and it day Pajcic talked about his family out of dozens of businesses.
targets of Democratic gubernatorial will take strong leadership from roots in North( Florida-dating back to Pajcic served in the Florida House
candidate Steve Pajcic's swing Tallahassee to help local law en the Brills arid his ties to Northeast for 11 years before resigning to run
through five counties in Northeast forcement officials meet this insidious Florida for Governor. He was chairperson of
Florida to pile up votes for the Sept threat." major committees including
2 first primary election. Pajcic said he believes that every "It's about time we had a Governor Finance and Taxation, Education
The tour included a stop in Starkeat juvenile who commits a crime from this part of Florida" Pa- Apl.I'ol.ria" and! Tiunsporlation
the Bradford County courthouseand should be tested for drugs and given
a walk down Call Street. help should the tests uncover a drug
Pajcic,a Jacksonville lawyer who problem.At DOUG NICHOLS IS A BUSINESS MAN,
resigned from the Florida the Council on Aging Center in
Legislature last year to make the Macclenny, Pajcic outlined his pro A CATTLEMAN
race is said to be a front-runner in posal for a volunteer Sunshine Corpsof ,
the Democratic race for Governorand retired citizens to work in state
is supported by the Florida government and to "contribute to A FAMILY MAN
Sheriff's Association. the needs of fellow senior citizens."

,db q, He said that current home care, AND SHOULD BE YOUR
F 4IJ transportation and nutrition pro
Pajcic's day began in Fernandina
could be little
grams expanded
Beach where Sheriff Laurie
Ellis led new cost with the aid of trained and STATE -
him through the Nassua
County motivated Sunshine workers
i Courthouse and the business Corps
district also reminded of his
and ended in Green Cove Springs atChaney's
opposition to changes in the Jr
Restaurant at
Sheriff Quires Pajcic Around Town... hosted by Sheriff Jennings gathering Murhee. homestead November, voters exemption.will dt'ceidu In to /'

CulxTiutorl.il cumliihitr\to I'ujcir, Ml vlsilrd St.irko Tuesdayand In between there were stops in Mac- raise taxes for for those people .
clenny, Starke and Lake Butler.
was hosted around town by Sheriff 011.11>> | Krddish. 1'ajcic was In whose homes are valued $45HK( \ or u1t .
each town,
making a swing through NIC Fliulda.ELECT, Pajcic was met by the d
Sheriff and taken on a tour. less."I
believe in a fair and progressive y
tax system for Florida"
Throughout the day Pajcic talked said Pajcic, who wrote the Constitutional -
about his plans to crack down on Amendment that raised the
"super-felons" and juvenile homestead exemption from $5MM( ()to
lawbreakers and repeated his $25,000 in 1980. '
pledge to sign death warrants "in "The homestead exemption helps tvN
the same" way Governor Graham has working class families, young
done. families and retired couples and I
Pajcic said that Florida's soaring don't believe in raising taxes for
crime rate is tied to drugs. these folks" ho said

Hampton Council Will

I..L..' -, Improve Fire Dept.,

EVELYN S. CHASTAINSchool Plans For Budget'-":

Board District 5 by John Sturges Firemen Reorgani/ing...
BCT CorrespondentThe A fire station meeting is set today State Senate
August 12 meeting of the (Thursday, August 21)) at 7:30: pin
A New Voice for Our School SystemI Hampton city council acknowledgedthe
resignation of city worker See Page,:<< ) .
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Virginia Crawford and made improvements District 5 Democrat .
I WILL NOT promise you something I cannot to the city's fire depart I I \
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deliver. I WILL promise to address the Ms. Crawford submitted her n ?n mrmmmmmIWmWMan ***** ********-**

issues YOU request upon election, afterall, resignation August 9 and stated in For The i
her resignation that she was unableto People"a
what's best for the CHILDREN I is really the productively serve the city and Elect HAROLD
was therefore leaving her position.Ms. i
true issue, isn't it? Crawford was reportedly in ill

health. Coun ity Commissioner District
The city is also making improvements 4
Educated, Dedicated, Ready to ServeDemocrat in its city departments Li In door-to-door
specifically in its fire department, jrr' .lj my campaign I
Pd Pol'Adv where a membership and fund- ; hear
raising drive is currently in progressto J' over and over gain, "We

\ volunteers.boost- the force's number of : iT want a change, and we want to

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VOTE NICHOLS : work to see that changes are
STARKE 'Ino made and that the people in

CHURCH OF GOD District 4 are represented. Hopeto

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pru, .."'I ,,I'h'| ""I "' list "illlll) rutlmf' )syslcm'that'picks, We invite you to worship with usAttendsd Saturday, August 30.
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; Grant Running Hard for 2nd Congressional- District,,U;S. House

Stiilc Senator Hill Grant ol 10 pay its: way, and doing something many talents and years ol experience the group that he was the son of a tract with these groups, and the U.S. Sherill Jerry Whilchciid

Madison brought( his: bluegrass bund to salvo agriculture, Grant said in preparing for large dining room waitress and a workingman is now honor hound to maintain the; estimated the crowd al 400-BOO,
to the Union County Itvcrwition Tinsesit is held by retiring Rep groups! checking the food and table who taught their children agreements lie pledged cost of living somewhat fewer,than was expected\ ,
tramples: on SIM2I. approximately Don Fuqua| who( is rounding out 24 set-ups to see that everything met morality and the value of work lie adjustments as long as! inflaliopary but there were rallies in nearby

two mules :south ol Lake Butler, years in the house, representing the his approval.The was reared in Suwiinee and Taylor / pressures continue counties that cool Iicted, reducing
Saturday, August 16. largest land area east of I the pilau was super good, with counties.In When asked( what is the over the atl 'ndune.: Aside! from the

I The political' rally was u ono man Mississippi Hiver. choices of regular or hot seasoning, discussing the dill i'ulbos! of ruling problem in North Florida; he small group/ attending this impor-
IohulI'atliri IIg Grunt, who is seeking and yellow or white rice. Hot pilau in farmers! he said thai he last (armed replied that "biiliinciug' the loderal tant political rally, It was u fine
( to represent the 2nd congressional Union County rant supporters, Union County will be long in 19112! and came withi n$!tHK)()hI making budget" is far and away IhiYmosl outing, where the! weather! man

district in the U,S, House of Marvin Pritchelt and Sheriff Jerry remembered by the uninitiated.The a profit., Figuring that WIN as t'requenl| ly mentioned problem in the cooperated, und old Iricnds ITIl't.HOW'S ,
lU'prcsentitives, and chicken pilau. Whitehead and Bradford County bluegrass string band hailed close as he would ever get, ho minds ol north. )<'lot' tlial'lll.

rant stool( in the line and greeted !supporters Malcolm Lewis and<\ from Tallahassee, and provided discontinued farming as a vocation,

his guests as they were served pilau, Carlton Chastain, and Sheriff Joe some toe-lapping music. A numberof lie pledged support farmers, saying -
then made a speech w hich got a good Newmans of Baker County coordinated people couldn't reistthe! temptation that t the United Stales has only THE FAMILY?

.. hand from the crowd. efforts to put on a chicken to cut a few steps to "Wabash seven days supply ol food on hand today

I Main topics around the huge pilciiu of epicurean delight fore Cannon Ball" and other old as opposed to a thirty days sup- By Ucv. Ed Kirkland
district.! arc, keeping n strong %i>lilli'Forml'r favorites. ply .during the days of the depression. Pastor Kingsley Lake Baptist Church

Grant took the podium and made a In speaking of social security recipients THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOLWell
defense, balancing the federal Union County Sheriff John short but effective spl'ech.l'xtolling and military retirees, he said
budget, keeping social security able Whitl'hl'iIIwar\ observed lending his God, Mother and Country. He told the government had made a con- it's finally here. The day many of you have been waiting on all! summer -
comes next wee- the first day of school. I<'inallythj!summer is over! I
have a lel'lInlotll/ of' moms and dads who are reading this. let out u quit
cheer every time you think about it.
I It's not that you don't' love your children, it's just that you also love your
Hampton Council sanity. No more, "What can I do?". From now on you can say,,
"homework", for the next nine months anyway.
From Page 9A truck which will and t the city budget with a But, on the more !serious side because so many families are affected by
for those interested in joining the George Davis who run.has Ordinarily a cabinet Budget llo.innfs... workshop meeting to be held! August the beginning of school, let me mention just a few thoughts. For example,
don't fall into the trap of expecting child's teachers to take care ol
force or knowing more about the city shopt next to the fire station drives 27 at 7 p.m and a second meeting your
everything from here out If I I would like to word in defenseof
on a
department.The .. the truck and volunteers answer a The city has also set dates to plan September 8, may, say
our teachers! I believe lor the most part they are under appreciated,
needs to in to
men come
city whistle. McKinney hopes to get '
under and under children of
respected very paid. They teach our out a
force and volunteer
build a strong a better
< so firemen can get
pagers desire to share and
impart knowledge, not because it's a status symbol job
,.. training course City is planned CommissionerDan on in directions and answer quicker A teacher's job is to teach your child. But, that's still your job too. In

September, says fact, you are child's primary teacher" not the person in the
We Are Pleasedto your
All are encouragedto Truck.
Maintenance classroom. Don t go in and blame everyone else if you are failing at home
attend the meeting. Also purchased for the city was a You see, one of the great failures of education Is not the system, but the
The Fire Dept. does have new pick-up truck for the maintenance AnnounceWilliam luck l of help your kids get at home

equipment coming, is getting some department to help keep Hampton That brings me to something else. Make a decision this year to be an in-
worked and Commis-
equipment on, looking good volved parent. You may be saying, "I don't have time". Give me a break
wants to
sioner McKinney will you? You have time to go shopping or hunting or fishing! or vacationingor
department to reorganize ...so it The Hampton police department watch television. The
Rocafort,1VLD.Internal fact is you have time to do anything you really
will be totally reliable. reported two criminal arrests, seven want to do I don't mean go down to school every day and tell everyone
The Hampton volunteers are now traffic arrests, one vandalism and 42 what they arc doing wrong But, simply be active and in touch with your
answering fire calls with the one dog fight Medicine child's teachers. Go !
way to find out how your son or daughter is
doing Not just their grads! but how they are doing as a person in the
ClUbS You will find out just how few do thiS
ELECT NICHOLS THE BRADFORD will be in practice By the way, there's nothing wrong with knowing what your child's being

I COUNTY TELEGRAPH taught, it's your right And there's nothing wrong with questioning things
Monday August 25th you disapprove of and sec king changes. But, \il you've taken time to help,
Legal NoticesThe Published e%cry Thursday as well as question, you'll probably find everyone a lot more flexible. You
would be if you were the teacher.
lit 135V.: : Call; Street
at One more thing, be very sensitive to your child's emotions expecially
Bradford County Board of Commissioners Starke.! Florida 32091 these first days. If it's their first time in school, be extra careful to help

Is accepting sealed bids on Second Class postage! paid at them have a good experience. You may remember what the first day of
two ((2)) dump trucks Specifications may Sturke! Florida 486 N. Temple Avenue school was like for you, I know I do. You probably reacted the same way
be picked up at the Bradford County' your children do now. Try to he patient with them. Don't just push them out
Clerk's office. The sealed bids will be Subscript Boles: Starke Florida the door because you have to get to w ork. Act like you love them-don't just

opened at 10:30: a.m. on Monday, In-trade area: $12.00) per year tell them.If .
September 8, 1986 at the regularly $7,00 six months your children. are older, be sure to share in their experiences too Their
scheduled meeting of the Board of Coun- 964-8000 embarrassments, anger, excitement, and even boredom. It may seem like
I ty Commissioners. Bids should be mailed Outside area: $13 per ) car a pitiful waste of your time but it will pay big dividends.: Just because they
y or delivered to Gilbert S. Brown, Clerkof $7.50( six months are older, they still need you to be there
the Court, P.O. Drawer B, Storke, I Yes, school is here again. You know what? Behind your excitement I

Florida 32091. r.I think I can see a few tears. That's because you know another year has
I 8/21 1 Itch come and gone. Before long your kids will be grown and out on their ow n.

satisfy height and storage charges, the description of the property, and the Go enjoy them while you can. Remember, they will never have another

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of names in which It was assessed are as Notice is hereby given that on Mon first day of school for this grade ever again. Don't miss it mom and dad!
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. follows: day August 25, 1986. at 10.00'clock Cd Kirfelond i i.' pastor of the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church on Highway
CASE NO: 86-275-CA Gator Freightways,, Inc. Carrier Certificate No.... 114 AM. the undersigned. Gator 16 al Kingsley Lake.' If you want to submit family topic or respond to an
I DIVISION: Pro. 04-834954 did 6/26/86 Year of Issuance. .. 1933: Freightways. Inc., will sell at public auc ai (tide/ you may 'all/ his office at 533-2018 or write to How's the J ant ilv'/ ,
SOUTHEAST MORTGAGE COMPANY, 8' l 14 21chg 8'21 Description of Property..43372: Lot 1 of lion for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd. Jackson Kingslpy Lake Baptist! Church, Rt. I, Box SR6, Starke, Fla. 32091
Plaintiff, --- --' -.--- Blk 15 !in L.T A COS. S/D. Sec:28: villa Fla., one lot of tile consigned toMosaics Names/addresses are not printed.
vs. Twp 6.SR.22. Samt'.ider, Belle Isle Miami.Fla. ,,
CHRISTOPHER D. KNIPE and JUDY NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Name in which assessedClarence to satiffy freight and storage .
I R. KNIPE, his wife, REGISTER WilliamsAll, charges, under the provisions, of Section -.' .. '. ..- < ", .
Defendants' FICTITIOUS NAME of said property being in the County 4b) ot Uniform Standard Bill of Lading'
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Pursuant to Section 865,09, Florida of Bradford, State' of Florida. Gator Freighlwoys; me.. Carrier
i DEFENDANT: Statutes notice. Is hereby given that the Unless such certificate. or certificatesshall 11-743776 dtd 6 16/86
CHRISTOPHER D. KNIPE undersigned Kervie H. Combass and be redeemed according to law the 8'142tchg821NOTICE
ADDRESS UNKNOWN Irene H. Combos, Rt. 3. Box 1115, property described in such certificate, or FEED 4
Lost known address: 628 Pinewood Starke, Fla., sole owners, doing certificates will be sold to the highest
Drive, Starke, Florida 32091 business under the firm name of The bidder at the court house door on the OF INTENTIONTO
AND ALL OTHERS WHO MAY BE CON Children's Farm, S.E. 35th Street, Starke 17th day of September, 1986. REGISTER
CERNED: Florida, intends to register sold fictitious Dated this 29th day of July 1986. FICTITIOUS NAME
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED of an action name under the aforesaid statute GILBERT S. BROWN, CLERK Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida
to foreclose a mortgage on the Dated this 4th day of August A.D., Signature' : BY: Beulah Moody Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
following property In Bradford County' 1986 In Bradford County Clerk of Circuit Court of undersigned, Hilda D. Johnson Susan L FORSzOO
I I Florida: 8/7 4tpd 8/28 Bradford County, Florida8144tchg94 Sheets, Patricia R. Johnson, Rt. 3, Box

Lot 9, Block 1, PINEHAVEN, according 322, Keystone Heights, joint owners do
to plat thereof in Plat Book 2, Page 65, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH ---.-.-. .. ---.-- -.--- -- --- ing business under the Iii m name of
t public records of Bradford County, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR AAA Bail, Bonding Agency, 1755 N. Tern
Florida; BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Notice of Application pie Ave. Starke, Intends to register said
has been filed against you apd you ore CASE NO.: 86-322: For Tax Deed fictitious name under the aforesaid
required to serve a copy of your written IN RE: The Marriage! of statute.
W, Dampier the holder of the following certificates Dated this 12th of A D
defenses If any to It on SANDRA CAROLYN LYNN MclENDON day August.
I has filed. said certificates, for
SULIK & a 1986 in Bradford
tax deed to be issued thereon. The
certificate -
Adams 4
ELLIS, whose address Is 320 East and 8/144tchg9
numbers and years of issuance, .
Jacksonville Florida 32202 on cr R.E. MclENDON
Street ------ --- ----
I before August 21, 1986, and file the Husblnd. the description of the property and the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH PLUS A HOLIDAY VALUE!

original with the Clerk of this court NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTYTO names follows in which it was assessed are as JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR .... IHIelO.il CLIP THIS COUPON IBDssiai ....
either before service on Plaintiff's at- : R.E. McLENDON : BRADFORD COUNTY, FlORmA
I or Immediately, thereafter; otherwise RESIDENCE UNKNOWNYOU Certificate No.135, CASE NO 4t ,V/ I Two tender fish fillets a
i I lorney a default will be entered against ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action Year of Issuance.....1983 MARGERY HOUSER COlLEY FISH & FRIES natural-cut french fries, .
for the relief demanded In the Complaint for Dissolution of Marriage has Description of Property..14308 Com at Plaintiff, FOR and 2
you 1 K Southern-style
bean filed and required NE Cor of NW 1/4 of SE 1/4 & Run W = =
are -
against you you vs.
I WITNESS my hand and seal of this to serve a copy of your written 210FT for a P.8 Then Run S 105FT W J. F. KICKLITER, et. al. U ONLY 9I.OOH. hush puppies. .
defenses, if to It, the 21 OFT, N I05FT, E 210FT to POB Sec 32 Defendants. ..
court, this 29 day of July, 1986 any on II ( >plr S.pt 3. l 19 86
I GILBERT S. BROWN Petitioner's/Wife's, attorney, whose TWP 6 S, R-22, NOTICE OF ACTION TO QUIET flILt Not pood, lInanvOIl1""Peclol Captain Ds!
Clerk of the Circuit Court name and address is: Name In which assessed..Flora TO REAL PROPERTYTO 01, due .,: .
BY: Beulah Moody R.A. Green, Jr. Mulberry Estate : The known and unknown heir*, of ( )
I' Deputy Clerk Green& Hobbs, P.A. All of said property being In the County LEONARD W. KICKLITER (sometime sarrrrrreelCLIPTHISCOUPONIeerrrraro
7/31 4tchg 8/21 P.O. Drawer 938 of Bradford, State of Florida. spelled "KICKLIGH rER") and MARIA L
Starke, Florida 32091 Unless such certificate or certificatesshall KICKLITER, his wife, both deceased: and FISH & FRIES Two tender fish fillets, N NU
and file, the original with the Clerk of the be redeemed according to law the all of the known and unknown heirs of natural-cut french fries,
NOTICE Is hereby given that Mon. II FOR*
on above styled Court on or before property described In such certificate or the following persons, all behe\i, 'r. bt and 2 Southern-style
day August 25, 1986, at 10:00: o'clock
certificates will be sold to the ONLY 91./O
24, 1986 otherwise highestbidder deceased, hush
a judgment
A.M., the undersigned, Gator September ; puppies.Captain. U I
at the court house door on the
may be entered against you for the J. F, KICKLITER MRS EDNA B I
Freightways, Inc will sell at public auc relief demanded In the Petition. 17th day of September, 1986. THOMAS widow MARIAN KICKLITER OM.( expire" Sepl' 3 i486" II'
tion for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.. Jacksonville Doted this 29th day o' July, 1986. Not good with any other dal Db
WITNESS my hand and the seal of sold widow DOROTHY CLAIRE KICKLITER, I
Fla., one lot of drum liq. clng. com- r
I Court on this 6th day of August, 1986. GILBERT S. BROWN, CLERK single, HAZEL KICKLITER and HUSBAND a (at participating Captain Ds) A great little seafood place.,. Y
pd., consigned to Sys., Coral ,
Springs, Fla., to satisfy freight and GILBERT S. BROWN CLERKBY Signature: BY: Beulah M. Moody MRS. BARBARA E. CONWAY widow ._...... 11 CLIP THIS COUPON I..._...... I
: Linda L. Pearce Clerk of Circuit Court of MRS. CARRIE SUDDATH and husband
storage charges, under the provisions of Deputy Clerk'8'l44tchg94 Bradford County, Florida CARL SUDDATH MRS. ALLIE STRANGEand Two tender fish fillets II
Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of 8/14 4tchg 9/4 husband T.E STRANGE MRS FAN U FISH & FRIES natural-cut french fries, II

Lading. NIE CUNNINGHAM and husband JAMESA. a FOR Al7C
and 2
Gator Freightwoys, Inc Carrier Southern-style aU
14-774427 dtd 6/20/86 hush
I 8/14 2tchg 8/21 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR PROBATE DIVISIONFile THOMAS EDENFIELD and husband G L = OH. *>pli.' tart 3 was I
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. Number 1-3755 EDENFIELD as sole heirs of MRS. GATHA Not good with' any oilier special Captain D"II
CASE NO.: 86.328.CAIN Division 86-69-CP THOMAS S.C. KICKLITER and wife II or discountat
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO RE: The Marriage of IN RE: ESTATE OF ETHEL MAE KICKLITER and all persons ( participating Captain D'II.) A great little seafood place., a
RANDOLPH J. BOX JAMES DAWSON YEAGER claiming by, through, under or against .rerrseera .
FICTITIOUS NAME Husbandand Deceased them, their heirs, successors, trustees, Two tender fish fillets aR
Pursuant Section 865.09, Florida ,
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe grantees or assigns who claim or may natural-cut french
that the fries IIII
Statutes notice Is hereby ,
EDITH LaJUNE BOX administration of the estate of claim an Interest in the described parcelof FOR
undersigned, Frederick W. Sackett, Star ; and 2 Southern-style IIII
JAMES land.
Wife DAWSON YEAGER, deceased -95
Rt. Box 54, Fla. 32044, : hush
Hampton NOTICE OF ACTION; File Number 1.3755, Is pending In the YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED AN AC- O"\'S.9: .. puppies.Captain. II
business under the firm of United
of Starke 1640 8. S. Walnut
Realty TO: Edith LaJune Box Florida, Probate Division, the address of ING LAND IN STARKE, BRADFORD NoIgoodwltl1anvoll1..lpeclol Dfe aI
Starke, Fla., Intends to register said fictitious II discount
General which Is Bradford COUNTY, FLORIDA HAS BEEN FILED
Delivery County Courthouse, (otparticipating Captain D"I.) aelrrrrrrer
under the
name Gulfport Mississippi 39501 Probate Division, Starke Florida 32091, AGAINST YOU. Agreallittleseafoodplace.,
statute. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for The names and addresses of the personal East Half (EI/2)) of Northwest Quarter CLIP THIS COUPON..........
Dated this 12 day of August, A.D. In dissolution of marriage has been filed .representative and the personal (NW1/4)) of Southeast Quarter (SE1/4)

Bradford County. 8/14 9/4 against you and you are required to representative's attorney are set forth Northeast Quarter (NE1/4)) of Section 28.
4tchg serve a copy of your written defenses, if below. Township 6 South, Range 22 East, excepta '
any, to It on Eugene F, Shaw, Attorney Interested persons are required to strip 105 feet wide off North end 11 CUP THIS COUPON......|...
NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon for Husband, whose address ,Is 925-E file with this court WITHIN THREE MON- YOU ARE REQUIRED TO FILE YOUR $2.00
day. August 25, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock North Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS WRITTEN DEFENSES IF ANY, WITH THE OFF VALUE =

A.M. the undersigned, Gator 32091, on or before September 18, 1986, NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate CLERK OF THIS COURT ON OR BEFORE PACK OR THRIFT aM
Freightways, Inc. will sell at public auction and file the original with the clerk of this and ((2)) any objection by an Interested September 18, 1986. You must also servea PACK
for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville court either before service on Husband's person on whom this notice was served copy of them upon the attorney for VALUI PACK Includes: 12 fish tllleU,noll.oral-cullrench fries 0
Flo., one lot of garden hose consigned attorney or Immediately thereafter; that challenges the validity of the will, petitioner whose name and address Is "fresh cole slaw and 8 hush puppies Serves or more a
to Pace 5, Tampa, Fla" to satisfy otherwise a default will be entered the qualification of the personal listed. below.IF LE THRIFT PACK Includes:8 fish fillets,natural-cut trench fries a
freight and storage charges, under the against! you for the relief demanded In representative, venue, or jurisdiction of YOU FAIL TO DO SO a Default II fresh cole flaw and 8 hush puppies.Serves 34. U
of Section 4b( of Uniform U Olt r . I provisions ) the petition.' the court Judgment may be entered against you .
Standard Bill, of Lading. DATED on August 8, 1986 ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC110NS NOT granting the relief' sought the petition. 0 Not discount good wllh any oltwr special Dk a
Gator Freightwoys, Inc, Carrier GILBERT BROWNAs SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. WITNESS my hand and the Seal of the' a (tat partwipaflno captain D,). A great little seafood
Pro 04.785233 dtd 5/5/86 Clerk of the Court Publication of this Notice has begunon Court on this 12 day of August, 1986. > 11rr(....... CLIP THIS COUPON place. II
Clerk ... ICaptain .
\ 8/14 2tchg 8/21 By: Linda L. Pearce August 14, 1986. Gilbert S. Brown,
'ft I i-________. As Deputy Clerk Personal Representative: By: Beulah Moody

I, NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon. ------- ---8M2.tcha87lNotice .. ---- East Park INEZ Avenue ALLEN A, Green, Jr., Esquire Deputy ClerkR. '

r day August 25, 1986 at 10.00 o'clock of ApplicationFor St':Augustine, FL 32084 GREEN A HOBBS, P. A. 6 Captain D'sA
A.M., the undersigned, Gator Tax Dead Attorney for Personal Representative: p, 0, Drawer 938
Freightways, Inc will sell at public auction NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that'R.C. Eugene F. Shaw 215 W Washington St.Starke. .
I for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Damplers the holder of the following 925.E North Temple Avenue Fl 32091 great little seafood

Fla., one 'lot of sofa consigned to certificates has filed said certificates for Starke, FL 32091 904/964 5700ATTORNEY ,
Avon Furniture, Coral Springs, Fla., to a tax deed to be Issued thereon The certificate Telephone: ((904)) 964-520O FOR PLAINTIFF -. < .. .
numbers and years of Issuance, 8/14 2tchg 8/21 8/144lehg9/4


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Remember Those 2-A-Day Drills..,?
Tornado footballers: opened| |preseason drills "Friday AUK15:: with tpiucticcs \\()
nun'ninn:: and uCU-rnoun. until school oprns.
Practice Is going:: :: pretty goal!, says Couch David llursc. A lot of UK
young players ure licKliinliif;: to come around.
Biggest concern is nagging( Injuries Hurse says. Thankfully, hi says,
there lire no major Injuries yet. However, the 1111111 young and inexperienced -
footballers did not report In good condition and there Is
more chance of Injury with the players having to practice and get into
shape at the same time. A tired player gels hurt easier, says Coach
II urse.
Three of the four 111115) starters, tackle-center Billy Harrell guard-
linebacker Gary Wise, and uideout David Hamilton, returning are per
forming well Linebacker Ron Brown, the fourth starter returning is
still sidelined after knee surgery.
i The new turner making the best progress so far Is offensive guard
Eric Na/woith, the coach says.

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Bradford Tornadoes Begin PreparationFor QUALITY EDUCATION FOR ALL STUDENTS


'86-87 Season in Summer HeatComing

off an extra special 11-1 this fall Pat Diggs, 6-6, 170-12; Mike offense until another center can be Coaching the defensive backs is UPGRADED TEACHER/ADMINISTRATOR/ TRAINING
season Tornado gridders began a Gray, 16-12; Cory Strong, 165-12 and brought along, Ilurse points out. Coach Charlie Simpkins, 34, who
rebuilding year when they started David Hamilton 155-12, are the At strong side tackle (SST) is moved here from Green Cove Spr- PROGRAMS/&SALARY/
practice last Friday, Aug. 15. returning lettermen Up from the Dane Clark, 190-10 At weak side ings by way of Pensacola and has
Young and inexperienced now,the junior varsity is Darrin Patterson, tackle (WST) are Reggie Leverson, three years experience. Simpkins TEACHER INPUT INTO DECISION-MAKING
1986 BHS football team has poten- 15011. 170-11; Mike Cartino, 185-11, and An- replaces Coach Jerry Kaminski who
tial, says Head Coach David Hurse. "We want to throw the football, dy Tison, 21011. A player at one left here and is coaching at Spruce
"With every ballgame we play we but we won't throw just to be throw- tackle can usually play the other Creek. IMPROVED TEACHER EVALUATION PROCEDURES
should get better" says Coach ing," says Coach Hurse. Arms the tackle, Hurse points out.
Hurse. The season opens Sept. 12 at Tornado passing game will dependon Guards are letterman Dennis Simpkins is also tabbed to the *
home against Monticello, probablythe are senior quarterbacks Johnny Cummings, 155-12; letterman and head baseball coach. MEANINGFUL PROGRAMS IN EXCEPTIONAL
best Class 2A team in the state, Clark 155, and Robert Starling, 165. starling defensive linebacker last Coach Chester Simpson a first EDUCATION
according to Coach Hurse. The pair will compete for the star- season Gary Wise, 19512. Eric Naz- year man from St.Petersburg, will
BHS lost 18 starters off the 1985 ting spot. Clark worked hard all worth, 200-11, and Alan Wood be one of the JV coaches. Returnee *
team Only four starters return. summer, said Coach Hurse. 205-11, both had a good spring. Lanier Clyatt is the other. REDUCTION IN STUDENT DROP-OUT RATE
"We need a running back to come Tightend should be another strong Greg Wiggins, 160-12, is the only Coach Jay Godwin a Bradford
through for us," says Coach Hurse. point for the Tornado offense. The experienced running back on the product,returns as the offensive line PREVENTION EFFORTS IN OUR SCHOOL TO DETER
In the spring Hurse used then candidates are David Williams and team and will have to play fullback. coach.
Malachi Jenkins
freshman, now sophomore Rodney two lettermen.
Mosley ISO, and Darrin Patterson, A starter last season at defensive Veteran Coach Mike Sexton will AND ALCOHOL
130-11, at running back. tackle, Billy Harrell, 190-12, is tabbed The Coaches... handle the defensive front seven.
With four lettermen there, wide right now as the starting offen- Two new coaches are on the Tor- Coach Hurse will handle the backs *
receiver is a strong position for BHS sive center. Harrell will have to play nado staff this season. and receivers. PROVIDE PARENT EDUCATIONAL SERVICES FOR

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Exorcise Classes... 6-7 p.m. Evening classes are in Anyone interested! in having a classes are set each Monday II Pd Pot Adv II
The Starke Recreation Depart- 8-week sessions and a fee is charged. team should plan to attend. If you from 7.10 p.m.
ment's Exercise Classes will resumein Fees are: 2 days: $8 exercise class; can't attend and are interested,
September. $4 dance; 3 days: $10 exercise, $5 please contact the Rec Dept., .
Morning classes, free of charge, dance; 4 days: $12 exercise, $6 9646792.
are set Tuesday Thursday and Fri dance. )
Youth Flag Football...
day from 9:30: a.m. to 10:30: a.m. in
CoEd Softball Meeting... is under
the Old Armory beginning Sept. 2. Registration now way RaDurban
Evening classes, beginning Sept. An organizational meeting for the through Sept. 19 for Youth Flag v--
8, are set Monday through Thurs- Fall CoEd Softball League is set Football for boys and girls ages 613.
day. Aerobic dance classes are set Thursday,Sept.4,at 7:15: p.m.at the Sign up at the Old Armory from
5:30-6: p.m., excercise classes from Old Armory. 8:30: a.m. until noon and 1-5.30: p.m.
or Pratt Street Center from 3-5 p.m.

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11.ii in
Dance Classes...

Full Kindergarten Program Tap, ballet, and acro dance
classes begin Sept. 2 at the Starke
Recreation Department (Old Armory
Ages 4 and 5 )

Registration is Aug. 27-28 from
4-5:30: p.m. at the Rec Dept. Dorothy
Starke Christian SchoolFor Salazar, instructor. for

Information or EnrollmentCALL Ceramics Classes...
Ceramic Classes will begin early School Board District 2 Seat

in September at the Starke Recrea-
tion Department (Old Armory). r ..
964-6490, 964-5894, 964-8877 Morning classes are set each :11. ':.
Wednesday from 9 a.m until noon .
beginning Sept. 3. .


Vote ForW.R.Bill County

) lit I DERRIAN Commissioner \r ,

Democrat District 4 "'" .- .-............



Retired U.S. Navy MemberBradford

Pensacola t County Development

Junior College Authority Board ......

Born and Raised of Directorsin

Bradford.County' ,
_J Member Targated
f Chris Bonnie Ray
Industries Committee Ramie Greg, Scott
Married 26 years

Ray Durban

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Adequately Financed and Managed Educational System.

The candidate with the Knowledge and Under- .The Make Job Sure Market.Our Graduates are Prepared for College or

District 4 Wholesome Extra-Curricular Activities for Our Youth
standing of Bradford County to Represent (Sports, Band F.F.A. )

Support Respect and Honor for Our Educators.
and All of Bradford County.


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.t_* ; I Belinda Melson Wins Honors iri State Rodeo I

r k, Belinda Melson represented Bradford Belinda is the daughter of Billy- Club, and participate in its activities Belinda graduated in June, and
High quite well at the statewide and Sandra Melson who live in NE ; however,Sandra leaves the plans to attend Santa Fe Community
High School Rodeo held June 21.22 In area of the county. They are riding and roping to Billy and Belin College this Fall, majoring in computer I
Davie FL.While members of the Bradford Roping da. technology
riding her horse, Beau,
: p Belinda placed second in "Break
away calf roping" and third in VOTE NICHOLS
"goat tying."
__ High school rodeos are held
throughout the state during the year,
e. + in which students accrue points for
their performance. Going into the
semi-finals, Belinda was 'tied for
first place, but moved to second ,
place in a tiebreaker Bradford ,
1 High School hosted rodeos for two
4 4rs consecutive years 1985! and 1986. SUMMER BOATINGSALE
In the state-wide contest, Belinda
was one of the top 15,which assured
her a trip to state. Her placing in
::1 Davie won her a trip to the national
high school rodeo, held in Rapid City !
,S.D.The nationals were held July
21-27, but the Bradford student"didn't _
mother do as well there'said her

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f7f Correction...
The July 17 edition of The
Telegraph reported in a story concerning -
the county budget that .
r i1Pii Royce Joyner is affiliated with the '!.
Bradford Soil Conservation Service, ,
: : and referred again to that entity in L -
b the following paragraph.Mr.Joyner
represented the Bradford Soil and
Water Conservation District said
Fletcher Stephens, District Conservationist 1986 Model 1986 Model
USDA, Soil Conservation 14'
":. District. Stumpnocker 14' Stumpnocker II

The Telegraph the error regrets may any have Inconvenience Side Seater, 20 HP Manual Mercury Casting platform w/25 HP Manual]
U..lindalelsol1: caused. Motor,B&S Galv.Trailer Mercury Motor, B &S Galv Trailer

I Winning Nortec Pt-rformcr $3215 plus tax $3480 plus, tax

Migratory bird III .- 1986 15' STUMPNOCKER SIDE SEATER

season takingoff NOTICE I W/Console & Steering, Used 35 EL Mercury Motor, B & S Galv. Trailer.
September 1

will The take migratory off on September game bird 1 with season the The Bradford County Sheriffs Office $ L.DUOO plus, tax
opening of rail (marsh hen) and
gallinule season in Florida. Rails is accepting applications for 1,
and gallinules are legal game for
hunters November 9.statewide through the position of Correctional Officer/ Griffis & Sons Fiberglass

h aegbefore sunrise hours to are sunset,-aid Jailer beginning August 21 and ending 964.4461- FIBERGLASS DOG BOXES 964-5531

bag rails,limits 15 daily are and:: clapper 30 in possession and king; September 15, 1986. Apply at or any Custom Built Fiberglass Product:
Virginia i and sora rails, 25 daily and Parts and Service for
25 in possession; and Floridagallinules Sheriff's Office, Bradford County Mercury Engines
(common morehens), 15 3 Miles North on
daily and 30 in possession. Purple Courthouse.
gallinules are protected and may not US 301TouchCaIL
be taken at any time. *
For more information, hunters -tc.> *
can contact the Game and Fresh f
Water Fish Commission's regional Dolph E. ReddishSheriff ,
office. Toll-free telephone number ,
for the regional office is: Northeast
Region, 18003428105.! :.



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Free Barbecue Chicken Everyone Welcome

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Rallies Sponsored by Volunteer Fire Departmentsand

Bradford County Democratic Executive Committee Where people connect. '
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Guest from Mexico experiences Keystone summer life in Foreign Friendship program :

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By Anne II. Sponholtz the coordination work involved insetting Ryan, participated in a full exchange -
the this with Federico Hernandez
l I.KM Staff Writer up program year
and Lillie Arroyo, who will work as this year..
Eleven area families were part ofa the director of Foreign Friendship in John and Melanie Collins from I
cultural exchange program this Mexico next year,stayed with Gayle Florahome opened their home to a
summer that created friend-
lasting from Mexico when their
during the time the Mexican youngster
v A r 4 ships and brought to these families a children were visiting here. child, Tracy, hosted l Alejandro de
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+ of their
foreign Gayle and her husband, Terry, VillasanteNSteve j
neighbors. participated in the program last and Melanie Grogan, who '
p. Under the sponsorship of Foreign year. This summer the Bone's son, live on Lake Geneva in Keystone
Friendship and organized by Area nine-year-old Byron, visited with Heights, thought nothing of increasing -
Director Sandy Lyons of Melrose, a the size of their
Javier Jaik in Mexico Javier stayed family by one
total of 21 families throughout North
with the Bones last summer. more when their ojdest daughter,
Florida participated in the program. Sandy Lyons has teen coor- Lieba, hosted Adriana Cardenas.The .
Foreign Friendship offers two dinating the program for the past Grogan's have five children
I types programs for youngsters two years. Last year there were no ranging in age from 2'/ti' to 10.
aged nine to 11-years-old A full exchange full exchange programs, but nine Mrs. Grogan said that the common -
allows the
program around their home
Mexican youngsters visited familiesin expression
American child to visit a family witha North Florida. Ms. Lyons said she this summer, as six active
child of similar in Mexico for
age scampered about, quickly -
was very pleased with the way the youngsters
three weeks. The American child "
; became, "Logo, logo casa
program has grown and the interest
f : then returns with his new Mexican and participation from area Before departing, I.ieba's, new
. t 4 i: friend who stays for three weeks residents.The friend, Adriana, said she was readyto
s with the American child's family. area families participating in go home, but sad to leave. The
,_ Foreign Friendship also offers an the program Included: Jimmy girls plan to keep in touch by letter,
alternative where an American Flowers and Helen Delate of as do most of the children who have
family may host a Mexican child made foreign friendships.
Melrose whose child Colleen, nine-
MtL. without their child visiting Mexico. years-old, hosted Ana Lucia Lopez
is This alternative program proved to Beltran. Paul Saunders, son of Carol
.:; : be the most popular this year. Saunders of Keystone Heights,
Of the 11 area families par- Rob and Dottie Morford also par- hosted Alfredo Kupfer Dominguez.John .
ticipating in the program, three of ticipated in the program for the second and Alaida Wiggins'
-iL s the families took advantage of the year. Again this year they daughter,Shannon,participated in a
A war_ full exchange. hosted a pool party at their home in full exchange program with Flor de
_____ Gayle Bone, a Keystone Heights Melrose for all Foreign Friendship Maria Kupfer Dommguez The Wig-
Elementary School teacher and resident participants.The gins are from Lake Butler
of Melrose, acted as the Morford's child,Bandi,hosted
chaperone for the three week Mex- Gisela Talmas from Mexico. See Page 121)RONRJCO
ican exchange. Gayle did much of Sam Evans and Sandy Lyons' son,

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Adriana Cardenas (second from right) spent three America as part of the Foreign( Friendship program.She Q
weeks In Keystone Heights this summer In the home of is shown here u ith the(>rogan family who are left
Stephen and Melanie Grogan. to right);'Stephanie, Julie lira, Luke, Joy, Liebd,
Adriana, age II, is from Mexico: and made the tiipto Adriana Cardenas! and Melame




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1'\'t Lake Butler Berry: Blossom Bluegrass Festival October 3-4 '" I

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The I Lake Butler Bluegrass Music They have performed with big Appearing Friday only will be S.J. Tickets are $8 for Friday with the The I !Berry lilossom Jilucgrass/ Food eonrrsslonh'A'lll; ) ta avallbblo,
Park will be the site for the 6th Lake name country music performers like. Hall the one-armed guitar player. show lusting from 5 p.m.-12 mid- festival III| a Richards Promotion. on this ground :No alcoholic'
!Bullcr Berry Blossom! Bluegrass Ricky Skaggs Bill Monroe, Mac Appearing on Saturday only will night. Saturday tickets will tat $10 For lurthor I information, cull bevrage: cootora/ or f"1' '
Festival planned for Friday and Wiseman, Jim and Jessie, The be the River Grass Review with the how running from noon to 4jI'rtl5! :! allowed in the concert *n:*.
Saturday Oct. 34. Osborn Brothers, Ralph Slandlcy Southern Pride, and Chubby Wise. midnight
Chubby Wise Country Gt-ntlcmun James! "The Giant" Croft, bluegrass

I Beachville Bluegrass, from Bran Carl Boys Story und Grandpa The Johnson Jones Mountain of radio riwrnnnloH personality for will lh > fi'tf"NI be' the l master Sunday will be a day to visit with A limited number of trailer LakeButler Srnd prepaid WU'grll"t ticket r'1'|IJ'\-\' ..'lo..,:,

ford Fl.. ,will be the host band for thefestival. the performers and other bluegrassfans. hookups are available, Reservationswith ,Route 3, box 712) link's Hitler, Fla,. ,
Beachville advance tickets only.' :320M.:
Bluegrass A covered dish supper will be
I recently became the state champion Beachville Bluegrass will be co- hosted Thursday night Oct. 2, at the
bluegrass band for North Carolina. hosting the two-day festival along park. Children's tickets will be $1 I from Bring your lawn chairs or blanketsand 'Include n"m''Jdr':!>\,nurnU.-r of'
Beachville Bluegrass plays with the Dixie Jubilees with help ages 612. Under 6 get in free. enjoy the ample' shade while adult and child tickets'' IJ'\t'"J and
throughout five states including from the Bluegrass Parlor Band,the The Lake Butler Bluegrass Park is Advance weekend.tickets will be listening to the outdoor concert. amount enclosed/ '*.ith ticket) requw>ti .
I Florida Georgia North Carolina Suwannee River doggers and the located 1 mile south of Lake Butleron $15 weekend tickets at the gale will There Is free camping In the rough >: Alabama and Kentucky. Carolina Rebels SR121. Watch for signs be $18. available with weekend tickets' Saturday, Sept :20.tis '

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a 0Girl Start the WINN-DIXIE.new school year right at F

x When school starts you always need new things..clothes shoes,.books and food. F oDa4

Scouts 1 I That's right food. Food that fits in a lunch box. Food that's good to eat and good $TaMFB

Sign-Up Night for you. WINN-DIXIE has all the items you need for an A+ lunch every day. You'll
August 26 always make the grade when you shop WINN-DIXIE.

You are invited to get involved
with your daughter in Girl Scouts "A BACK BY Now Bingo is more fun
during this school year. I D I lie ......... ,S POPULAR DEMAND! and more rewarding!
Girls with parent or guardian may .....-_.....i.I .....,", YYNwm cello
go to the location nearest their homeat L A e :=.a -=.N.Y MN: yMrr. -
7 on August 26 for registration. I
In Bradford leaders will be
County -Wow Yw V Y NwY b NNLYWYIGWM
at The First United Methodist S --9MnW1wyYr.YYNYYIM
Church in Elemen-
Starke Hampton
tary School and Lawtey Elementary O PONS FLORIDA m raw.wllrlN.nNno.wl.n.

School.In __ .IIw/IwlYrwaYYwN.rwwwNw..-...--....-.-.-
Union County leaders will be at ONLY! \ OVER '
Lake Butler Elementary School. ...
Kindergarten thru high school -- ( _

girls friends are camp invited and to learn have the fun scouting make DOUBLE FERNANDINA COUPONS ST AUGUSTINE GOOD IN JACKSONVILLE, STARKE. LIVE. ....-.....-'." ".. n.IwrnoNAUw,-,. .. ..._._...,_ ] V\W\.W\WV\.W\W(

program. OAK LAKE CITV GAINESVILLE. HIGH SPRINGS .;.wYiaa; 'T, : '."';.., -=':::'::::::' "-
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Amnesty Days Set I
I ird
Oct. 10-11 in Starke

Amnesty Days are set for October
10 & 11 in Bradford County, accor-
ding to Emergency Services Director -
Cliff Chapman.
The purpose of Amnesty Days is to
make the public aware of what
hazardous materials are and to give
citizens a way to dispose of the I 1 I ;;yStarKist'
J materials.
Because of threats to drinking
water supplies the Florida
Legislature in 1983 authorized the
Department of Environmental
Regulation, the state pollution con-
trol agency which regulates hazardous -
waste and protects Florida's
groundwater to conduct a programin
which the public, schools,farmers
and small businesses could have
small amounts of hazardous wastes
I disposed of properly at no charge.
'Amnesty Days' will do that.
Solvents paints garden pesticidesand U.S.CHOICI
used motor oil can pollute the 11 .
state's underground water
resources if disposed of improperly: CNUNN LIGNT TUN!
More than 92 percent of Florida s INPAIN..wAf/A MAVONNAISl
drinking water is groundwater.
Burying used oil in backyards and
pouring solvents into storm drainsor BEEF! BONELESS
sinks are examples of improper BOTTOMROUND
disposal which are causing a chronic (IN WATER or OIL)
groundwater pollution proplem. LIGHT CHUNK SAVE!l/0 ROAST
I Hazardous materials will be accepted STARKISTTUNA DEEP SOUTH
Oct. 10 & 11 in the parking lot
I of the Bradford County Courthouse MAYONNAISE33c REGULARJJUMBO
\, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. a SEEP $177
t Complete instructions on preparing W-D BRANDFRANKS
the waste for transporting to the 5 4 c 1po10.
Amnesty Days collection site maybe 6'/.oz.' ro-mNq LNNIw..onww Sallow

f Brochures obtained by are calling available 18003420184.at the CAN JAR Steak . L& $197u

Starke City Hall Bradford County
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Good Ot 1985 and Session Bad TISSUE CORONET. 'p a L S-ITS MILWAUKEE 6pu$179 t JUICE.ORANGE. . TAB 99C CBACON . to $108

i The 1986 legislative session was a CHEERIOS COCASH08
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area. Rep. Chance Irvine CEREAL . BffSAVE COLA. . BTL H ES .... PKI" iJF IY 4 ," ,
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(Republican-21st District) told the tf '1::;:t ." .' ",,. &: ::A', 1, ; ':I'i : ( ,' ;
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Starke The Rotary good news Club last was week.some $5 COFFEE GOURMET WINGS orDRUMSTICKS
$149 2LTR.19C
DRINKS $129 39c
million appropriated for community
projects in the 21st District com MATE. . IS- . PIZZA . EACH : to
I prising all of Clay and portions of ....
Bradford Jind St. Johns Counties Irvine -
said. The bad news was that the
formula for dispensing educational
funds, which now favors "larger
southern counties" over small North L i c I IC3
Florida counties remained unchanged. o. n. sy
However, Rep. Chance said she
I introduced a bill to appropriate I
$200,000 to examine the state for-
mula and recommend changes that
would give small counties a fair / .
distribution of revenues. QUALITY
\ Chance also criticized the existing i"ecr am BOILED I
state law under which "each SUPIRBRAND! GRADE 'A'
prisoner gets ten days off his 8UPERBRANO LARGE HAM
sentence for each month he serveson
his term." She said this is done SELECT ICE CREAMor EGGS
without regard to their background, TOMATOES
the crime committed, or their SHERBETHALF In $169
behavior in prison. She sponsored a C HALF
measure that would eliminate
automatic gain time, "thus making 6SC 9ge Dot T
prisoners serve the time they ,
deserve," but it was defeated to GAL u.:=:.:doz.n, .'will.uel..ISA 10.00a DELI STORES ONLY!
because opponents argued that early
release would help reduce over-
crowding of prisons.
"I 1 contend that we may have to
pay a little more now for additional
correctional facilities, but it will payoff
in the long run by helping to
reduce our rising crime rate" DIXIE
Chance said.


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I Lake Brooklyn Suffers from Drought and Man-made ProblemsBy I

:Mark FrlcdlinHCT engineers began removing sand it sure stopped the flow of water into clear the site however have failedto
Lake apparently spared this area ol Florida December through February,
Stuff Writer from tin. area near Alligator Creek Brooklyn. not by the Guard but from the levels
by nearby devastating effects of a recent come that year and lake
Lake Brooklyn near Keystone for road repairs and created an ero- Located at a higher elevation in residents, who have shoveled
out a drought plaguing most of the dropped as a result.
Heights is beautiful and heavily sion problem. During a heavy the Estonia Lake Chain than Lake path through the blockage. Water is other southern states this Summer, "It[ seems to me to be of the utmost
populated by many residents, many rainstorm, silt and clay washed into Brooklyn, Magnolia overflows now flowing past the borrow pit site but Lake Brooklyn has not importance that Alligator Creek re
who may be unaware of their lake's the creek bed,accumulate and even down through Alligator Creek when and into Lake Brooklyn recovered as quickly as other lakesIn main cleared out so we can get that
critical choke off the flow of water into it water level reaches or exceeds
dependence on another bodyof 121 Lake Brooklyn needs all the excess the same area. overflow from Magnolia," Newton
water to the north.A Lake Brooklyn. feet above sea level. water it can get. Readings from the St. Johns and said "If Lake Brooklyn is fragile
broken dike at a retention basin According to the latest figures The popular lake has a fragile bot- Suwannee rivers have shown that anyway and has a hard time coming
near Magnolia Lake may cause The prcblem was apparently solved released by the U.S Geological tom, described the
a "very permeable"in groundwater levels have rising/( back from a drought, that creek bed
Lake Brooklyn's water levels to fall when Guard engineers built a Survey in Jacksonville a hydrological study done by the steadily in the past month, with cor- should be cleared as soon as any
more rapidly than normal. dike across the runoff point at the Magnolia Lake's water level is cur St. Johns River Water Management respondingly helpful effects on lakesin blockage occurs. The National
Magnolia Lake is a sparsely borrow pit which effectivly blockedthe rently at 131 feet above sea level, exceeding District That is defined as a lake and around the Keystone Heights Guard has a good record of being
populated body of water located silt from the entering the creek. the runoff point by approx. bottom which allows an unusually area. helpful with this situation, but they
within the National Guard's Camp That dike has repeatedly been torn imately ten feet.A large amount of the water to seep can't be everywhere at once. The
Hlanding facility near Keystone away since it was built however, according visit to the site by the Monitor through the bottom layer of sedi- Two years ago in this area of the residents on Lake Brooklyn need to
Heights. It feeds into heavily to C.W. Owens, a Lake confirmed the fact that the overflow ment, which itself is thinner than suite near-historic low water levels be aware that the lake is sensitive to
populated Lake Brooklyn through Brooklyn resident who first spottedthe through Alligator Creek was being what Is found in most other lakes in were reported in lakes and rivers as changes like this and should be very
Alligator Creek. The creek is part ofa damaged retention wall. stopped by a large block of sand justto the area. The lake also loses a l large the result of a eight-month drought. careful about any changes they
natural system called the Estonia "It looked like someone backed a the side of the Guard's borrow pit. amount of water through surface Rains which usually drench the make along the waterline. They may
Luke Chain. The chain also includes front-end loader into the wall," The water was pooling behind the evaporation because of its larger area during the "rainy season" affect the rest of us as well "
Little Lake Keystone ,and Lake Owens told the Monitor in an earlier "plug" and cut I he How through to size combined with a relativly!
(;eneva. story on the problem. "It could have Lake Brooklyn to a trickle shallow depth.
Four years ago National Guard been an accident or vandalism but There has been home work done to Other area lakes have sprung BACK TO SCHOOL SALE
back from a recent dry spell, which
has been broken recently with a
spate of severe afternoon With Alan&Tina Clemons

'. ', *4 i j a7. f T" r jyll'46Y M 4 tr rq thunderstorms Lake Brooklyn suffers the most Cut & Perm . . . . . . $30.00
q during drought conditions, and com- CALL NOW OR STOP BY
bined with the Alligator Creek
blockage, its water levels are far -
below average for this amount of airplanes
rainfall.A .
spokesman for the St Johns
River Water Management District 964-4645
announced that the thnnd<.pshnwers

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This photograph shows the broken retention dike upon for overflow wultvs from :Magnolia Lake, has
which shields Alligator Creek tin( background) from been blocked periodically in the past. This blockage CALL14737213oR4737214l
runoff and sand overflow after a heavy rain. hinders the already slow drought recovery rate of
The creek, which nearby Lake Brooklyn depends popular and heavily populated !Luke Brooklyn.

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II,, More Foster, Parents Needed.',:Meeting Set For October :

lt> .M.irkr'ricdlin ties, although' children are also far along they arc in the training session needs a real home,so new laws were Isn't that a drastic step Where 'von 'I gel'more Information ;.; :'
IM'TStalfWiitrrI'ictuie taken sometimes/ from adjoining if they should decide to passed.If It is never done lightly. You must ?
a croup of 16 children ,six counties when the 111'.1111 great. wilhdriiw. a parent refuses or for some remember there must be a compelling Call the Bradford IlltS office in
terns! six elementary !school age{ What else mast 1 till? reason, cannot make the right ( reason for the, IlltS to take a' SUrke at !nr 4-KH75! or in I-like Butler
kids and four pre-schoolers all in Why are Iliese childirn, Ilhll.t'.IIIIIIIt'r A sanitation and fire inspection is changes in their households to pro- child, out of. tho home, sexual abuse, at 4ffi-24l7.! lxuv i your name! md
mi'd l emotional support and ear the"Foster. Care program? done on your borne. If you live out vide a stable home, their child is ensured health "reason rct.'I'he majority of mailing address! card: will bn sent
ing, family environment. Many reason. Financial problems, side the city, a water sample Is a permanent home by being children in tho foster cure program to your telling: you lh<; data t of Ihi
Would you have room for one of marital problems poor parenting taken.The sanitation inspector looks place up for adopt ion. are returned: l their parents. next training(session.
them? skills which leads to physical abuse for sanitation, sewage treatment,
Several Bradford County families and neglect. Drinking and drug pro and structural problems in the
have, through the liltS Foster pro blems, abandonment, emotional home. Your name must also be
gram.( Now local IlltS unit needs to problems, ill health, death of cleared through the Abuse
lend a few more families willing to parents sexual abuse, eel. Hegistury. If there are any vuild
help out a dis-advantagcd youth who Why don't relatives/ and friend complaints you will not be licensed. THE BRADFORD-UNION AREAVOCATIONALTECHNICAL
can't May in his or her own home. lake in these children" ? A criminal record check is also
Hits Youth and Family Counselor Many times they do, and the lilts made. Interviews with the prospective
Catherine Johnson and other liltS staffer's first goal is to find the parent let the staffers know you, CENTERIS
stalfers assisted The Telegraph. in nearest relatives who will accept the your lifestyle, your parenting
compiling a list of some of the most child into their homes. Sometimes alulilil'l! >., und your own problems FOR YOUThe
common questions parents have there are no relatives, or the which we all have. Three written
about the Foster Parents Program relatives >.irr unable to cure for the references are required.If .
and the answers, as provided by the children to some problems similar to I bt' 'oll\" u footer\ parent, can: I Center Is a secondary and post-secondary" institution. an Integral part of the Bradford
local IlltS staff.An those experienced by the child'sparents. have child 1 want? '
introductory session for new Other times a child is plac- Yes.any Your preferences arc County School System, available to anyone 16 years of age or. older, The purpose of the,
and {prospective parents will be held ed with a relative and it doesn't work respected.How Center is to prepare the student with employability skills. There are also classes to preparefor 1
Oitober fiat the IIKS office in Starke long would a child lie hi my
out.What the General Education Development (GED) test. I
nn ll.S) :301.) ages( are the foster children. ? home
Ncwbornc infants to age 18. If an It depends. Sometimes its only a
\\hll is Foster Care? 16-year old has not completed high day or two. Usually its from six mon The Center operates on an open-entry and open-exit policy. Day and evening courses are
Foster Care is a program designed school and is attending classes ths to 10 years. available. You may1 enroll at any time except for Cosmetology and Commercial Vehicle
lo provide a substitute family life experience regularly, they may remain in foster What are the child's parents doing
for a child in an agency approved care until they graduate. while they are In foster! care? Driving.
household, who needs care Can anyone I)(' u foster porent7The They ;ire working on their pro- I
for a temporary or an extended agency first asks prospectivefoster blems. With the help of the MRS The following courses are available at the Center:
pel lod of time. During this time the parents to attend a foster counselors, they arc attempting to
child's parents are either nonexistent parent training session and find out adjust their lives and trying to make DAY COURSES EVENING COURSESAuto
t or non-functioning. what the program's about Other the proper changes required to
The primary goal of foster care is wise, anyone who has the room for a make their homes a healthy placefor Mechanics G.E.D. Preparation .Adult Basic Education
to reunite families or to ensure that foster child can be liscenscd to pro- their children. Business Education Heavy Equipment Mechanics .Conditioning and Heating
the child will leave foster care for a vide the service for a needy child. Arc all children returned to their Bookkeeping Heavy Equipment Operation Bookkeeping
Foster careis Single parents can be foster parentsas
permanent placement. parents Clerical I.M.T.S. Business English I
provided on the assumption that well.
children are entitled to physicalcare What if I decide I don't want to bea Typing Masonry Business Math I
emotional assurance and foster parent after the training session No. Afew years ago the only options Word Processing Nursery Operations .General Education Promotion
J: educational instruction. Foster care ? the foster child had were to Carpentry .Welding Heavy Equipment Mechanics
parenting is not a lifetime commitment No-one is pressured or committed, return to their parents or to remain Commercial Vehicle Driving .Sewing
to a child,but a commitment to but not everyone has the tempera- with their foster parents until they Cosmetology .Typing
be meaningful during a child's ment it takes to be a good foster were 18. Consequently, hundreds of Drafting Welding
lifetime. parent. It takes patience, and givingof foster care children remained wardsof
\\here do these children come yourself and your time. HRS staf- the state, moving from one foster This center has a full-time guidance and counseling staff to assist in career interests or
home to the next. The state of
fers say they never anyoneto care
from Mainly? Bradford and Union Coun- become a parent, no matter how Florida realized that every child General and Adult Basic Education needs Most of our programs are Veteran approved.

;c "Be slow In choosing a friend For further information contact the center at
slower in changing." I

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District 23 Seat in HouseJohn 4Sttww1I\ :

R. Forbes, 46, a former development efforts in many of
Duval County legislator now living Florida's inner cities. ;
1PI in Clay County, has announced his Since moving to Clay County,
candidacy for House of Represen- Forbes has been associated with the
I tatives, District 21, which includesthe new Magnolia Point Golf & Country $ r :
i L ; eastern portion of Bradford Club, a development just north of 4 ,
County. Green Cove Springs.A .
i Forbes served in the House from recipient of the Allen Morris
) Duval County, 1970-1978, where he Award as Most Outstanding k11
was a member of the House Leader- Legislator,Forbes says that District / y.
iiI ship team, and served five years as 21 has not received its fair share of
i chairman of the Commerce Committee. Florida's education budget due to a
; r While in the House he wrote flawed formula for distribution of Woodsy Owl says
t Florida's major consumer protection funds to small counties, and pledgesto Injuries Hurt!
law and was instrumental in the work for an equitable share for
)j re-enactment of Florida's death students of all schools. Give hoot.
'1 penalty statute. lie also created the "This district, with over 100,000 a
:,.. Florida Generic Drug Act, credited people and growing faster, deservesa Don't pollute.
with saving consumers money on legislator with a record of respon
prescriptions, and drafted the Tax siveness and effectiveness," Forbes John l{, Forbes!
Increment Finnnr Art helping re- said. Fore Service US.D.A. r.tm

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...... .... .w'. .. ... The first president of the U.S. to be born outside the
boundaries of the original 13 Colonies was Abraham 3e
Kitty Leasure Burnett Lincoln, born in Hedgenville, KY, In 1809.

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4GUN & PAWN o -
r Kathleen 'Kitty' Leasure Burnett, Florida Photographer's featuring a complete line of
a former resident of Starke and Association's convention in Daytona Brand
photographer Rick Baur of Green Beach. Kitty expect's to again work Fishing Tackle
: Cove Springs, won the 1986 Ms. with Mr. Farber in early 1987, in Guns Guns Galore! (' 4I
Photogenic Contest for the state of New York City, on a trip that was ,
Florida. postponed earlier this year. Used Merchandise. Tools Diamonds
The annual competition is spon- While preparing for the New York 176 S. Lawrence Blvd.
sored internationally by the Profes- trip, Kitty plans to continue to do 473-9019 Keystone Heights
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with one winning entry being ment Stores of Florida and will also
selected from each state. From over be instructing model-hopefuls this
six hundred entries from the U. S. fall as part of the Modeling Fashion TERWILLEGAR I
and overseas, Ms. Burnett's first- Board for Gateway Mall, in St. L
place photographs were displayed at Petersburg, where she resides with < > MOTORS : Are Now atC.J.'s
the PP of A's convention in husband, David and daughter Ayla.
Anaheim, Calif., July 12 thru 16th Kitty has most recently begun EDDIE STARLING J
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have a right to choose judges." i" Lawn Tractor rrc'arn _
The lawyer's aristocratic, arrogant and self-righteous attitude represents the 'r a Self-Propelled
Rear Baggers
attitude of too many lawyers in the Eighth Judicial Circuit. For many years,certain from

lawyers and their "friends" have decided who would be judge. Very few of our '19.00

judges have been elected to their positions. Most have been appointed and those per month

who run for re-election are seldom opposed. By manipulating and controlling the A 1Ps

appointment or election of judges, lawyers have attempted to maintain a "buddy"

system. In other words, "You scratch my back and I'll scratch yours."

This kind of nonsense has gone on too long. I call upon the people of the Eighth

Judicial Circuit in Alachua. Baker, Bradford,Gilchrist, Levy and Union counties to

come forward and cast their vote. Let's show these lawyers who believe the people .

have no right to choose,that the people not only have the right to choose their judge, pa raeede

but that they can and wall choose their judge. Go out and vote on September 2nd s100

and while you're at it VOTE FOR MEJ! 4CBor
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i\t Circuit Judge Candidates Speak in Political Rally in Lake Butler,

I The two candidates for the County for the past 8 years and Ask the people who are familiar with said, "I am going to run my cam- Kaufman said that he decided to unopposed, but this year you have a
f, Judge hlp of the Kiiihth Judicial Circuit hopes to be the circuit judge for the his background. Ask someone who paign so no one can challenge the in run for the judgeship because people choice."
(including Bradford and Union eighth judicial circuit."I knows me what I've done. Ask the dependence of this judgeship. I am have asked him for years why the "If you don't like methen don't
(Counties) spoke as non-partisans ina 1 am not interested in making people who know the court system contributions or en- law Is as it is. "Why does the legal vote for me, but at least you'll have
political rally held Thursday, Aug. promises," said Doughtie, "I am and have dealt with It," he said. dorsements from any group that will process cost so much money? Why the chance to exercise your basic
I 14, in Lake Butler. just interested in working hard and "I think I've done a respectablejob appear before me, or from lawyerswho are the court dockets so backedup American rights," he continued.
Nath Doughtie and Mark Jay being fair and impartial, as a county judge. If a judge does may appear before me." ?... I heard that year after year
Kaufman will face each other in the what he's supposed to do, then youdon't and decided to do something," said "Year after year the power
election for the seat of retiring Circuit Krufman."I brokers try to control the people'svote.
"People elect a judge they feel hear much about him, but talk
Carlisle. Don listen to the
Judge Wayne they can identify with. When you to the people connected with the Kaufman said that his widely power
brokers make choices
Nath Doughtie take a problem to court, you want court system, they can tell you," he varied legal experience is a plus in is decided to run for judge and If I he said., your own ,
the judge to be conscientious and concluded. favor. "In the last seven years, I am elected, I will cause the lawyersto "I intend to do things differently.
Doughtie told participants that he fair," he said. have tried thousands of cases,all the start working,"he said, "I wanted Judges don't make the laws.lawyers
h.is been a county judge in Alachua "How do you know if a person will Mark Jay Kaufman... types of cases which will come to give the people a chance to choose make the laws, but I can make the
be conscientious and fair as a judge? Kaufman, a Gainesville lawyer, before me as circuit judge." their judge. For years, judges run lawyers work,' he concluded.

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News BriefsFirst SAWYER

Crack DefendantGets tery but pled to the lesser charge of on a capias charging failure to pay Roy B. Padgett &: Thelma J. I
lew assault. Nettles allegedly fondl- court costs and failure to appear for Padgett.John .
:30 Months DOC IEIFtEIftVENTOiW CttAMP-i
ed a girl during a three year period no valid driver's license, according R. Morgan & Dancy L.
Charles Jackson, Jr., 27, 811 Ash beginnning when she was seven to Deputy Doug York. Hood was Morgan.
Street in Sturke was sentenced to 30 years of age. Lewd assault or fondling released after costs ($99)) were paid Josepth H. Van Hook & Ira Bell
months in the Department of Correc- Is a second-degree felony. A pre- Van Hook.
tions after he pled guilty to sale and sentence investigation was ordered. George A. Smith, 20,of Starke was Kenneth W. Ford &: Bonnie I.
delivery of a controlled substance Nettles also pled no contest to at- arrested August 15 for trespass, according Ford.
cocaine (crack). tempted lewd assault which is a to Patrolman K. R Hinds Bruce Barnes & Grace Caster
Jackson was the first to be third degree felony. The remaining Smith refused to leave the DeSue Barnes.
sentenced after the arrests of ten charges will be dismissed by the Apartments after being warned Robert D. Parish & Rosanne E.
people June 27 on various drug state attorney August 5 not to return to the apartments Parish.
charges in Bradford County. Additional ArrestsIn by an officer of the Starke Clarence Deese & Charlotte
According to Assistant State At- Police Department, said Hinds Dcese.
torney Thomas Elwell, 'This senten- Golf Cart Theft Bond was set at $15750, he was William A. McKinney &: Cheryl B. FLOOR MODELS DEMONSTRATORS'MANY NEW IN CARTON t ti

cing is but the first of many, drug Three additional arrests have released on his own rccogni/ance McKinney.
dealers should put their toothbrushin been made In the Investigation of the Norman R. Keene &: Laura B. i
their pocket because their day Is vandalism of the golf cartscourseat Lucian Blocker, 62, of Hampton Keene.
coming the Keystone Heights Golf Club. was arrested August 17 (for aggravated Russell L. Slayton, Jr. & Anna H i 1 Sj'TCMi.pJtEfc.Cp. ItRJl
Jackson was also found guilty of Those arrested were charged with battery according to Lt Slayton.
grand theft and was sentenced to 12 grand theft and criminal mischief John Dempsey and Sgt, Sammy Paul Kish & Pamela W. Kish. l *.r .I. ____
months DOC. A charge of forgery after they confessed to taking the Eunice. Blocker is charged with Thomas N. Chagnon & Glenda C.
netted him an additional 15 months, carts and'racing them.At this time threatening Anthony Carroll with a Chagnon.
both to be served concurrant. He will they have not been charged with the hand gun, according to the arrest Zena D. Davis &: George L. Davis,
be credited with 86 days which he destruction of the golf course which record. Bond was set at $5,000( he
served in the county Jail. occurred July 23. was released on his own Jr.James E. Tucker &: Barbara F
Judge Crews recommended Six golf carts were taken duringthe recogm/ance. Tucker. -" BEDROOM "
Jackson be sent to Lantana for drug late evening of July 26 (about 11 Wiles Bud Danson & Alice Marie A/C

treatment p.m.) The carts,which sustained approximately Paula Elaine Tanner, 25,of Starkewas Danson.
$3,500 in damage, have arrested August 15 for uttering Ralph W. Bowen & Sue C. Bowen
Drug Suspect'sBond been recovered, according to In- a false document, according to In- Charles K. Roberts & Marilyn T.
ReducedBond vestigator David AderhoTt. Five vestiagator Aderholt Tanner is Roberts. 188J
carts were severely damaged with charged with three counts of cashing Sam Keith Blankenship & AngieM. jr
was reduced Monday for at least one beyond repair, said checks for $300, $35 and $225. Bond Blankenship. Otj' 5 PORTABLE
Debra DeSue
who Is charged with Aderholt. was set at a total of $15,000. On Ronald L. Mitchell&Annie L. Mitchell
perjury.. Bond was reduced from Arrested August 7 were Anthony August 18 Tanner was additionally ACHEREO
$ 50,000 to $25,000 on two counts. charged with six Merrill T. Strickland & Marlene J.
Tony Hutchins, 19, and Wade counts of forgery.
DeSue fffila
was charged perjury Wheeler, 19, of Starke and Harold Bond was set at $1,500, she remains Strickland. OrlglnellyCRs1000.
after she
said under oath that a 1
& Theresa
in Richard L. Carter
ledger book shows $15,000 in Paul Brown, 19, of the Keystonearea. custody _
grocery Carter
store Also charged were three Juanita Winn, 60, of Union Now x598
purchases of potatoes and rice juveniles which have been releasedto Countywas Van H. Prescott &: Alice June it
and arrested 19 (for
not cocaine transactions as August aggravated Prescott.
HRS. Affidavits charging accessory -
police believe. assault with a firearm- Eddie A. Edenfield & Patricia A. J
have also been issued two
DeSue according to Patrolman
was arrested June 26 with gun Edenfield.
ten others In a sweep of suspected adults, according to Aderholt. Richard! Splitt. Winn allegedly pull- Eddie S. Dean Sr. & Belinda H
Total bond set at
members of a cocaine ring in Starke. was $10,000. ed a gun on Chamene Smith and
She was arrested again in July while Brown posted a surety bond and was several people near TG&Y. Bond Dean. HITACHI AIS/I/FM// COMPONErftSTEREO.-h.,.,A) .'*, ..$fl

out on bond and charged a second released the offense, the have other also six been charged released.in was set at $1,000, she was releasedon UTTON.COMPACT,TABLE.TO?' WiCRCWWE.S1M
time her
with own
to recognizance.
selling cocaine an
undercover deputy. The Investigation is continuing in- WHIRLPOOL 5,000 BTU AIR CONDITION..5198#

surety DeSue bond was was released posted.after a $50,000 to three the green; vandalism, said Aderholt.of the number Brooker George was Andrew arrested Thomas August, 19 26 on, of a Correction.The alcoholic..beverage, providedto RCA ,13" (PORTABLE) COLOR JVo'; i. ...,; .J. t.-... *.;, .,$21fr

capais charging two counts of battery a minor which resulted In an arrest G.E FAMILY SIZE' ELECTRIC mm. $248
Man Pleds Recent ArrestsIn according to Investigator Don August 9 in Lawtey, was not MO. ..' .<4 v,

Bradford CountyThe Denton. Bond was set at $5,000. purchased in the Commissory Storeas MAGIC CHEF,3T RAGE.GAS OR ELECTRIC.. >r,1.152S
To Lewd AssaultA
Thomas was released on his own stated in the Telegraph, according -
37-year-old Sampson Lake man following arrests were madein recognizance. to Lt. William Tillotson. WAY %OFASHUT SIZE.WtHER..aiYit<.H'i.-H ??-$398
Bradford County by, local '
has pled guilty to lewc4 lascivious authorities. George Washington Early,25, also mm, DELUXE,SUPERSA DisHWftSK. ..:.$5&8
assault upon a child under ten yearsof known as Bucky Frazier, wes arrested '
age. August 18 on ten counts of uttering
Leon H Bright, 44, of Alachua
James Leon Nettles entered a a forged document,
County arrested 15 for
was August
change of plea Monday, August 18, introduction of contraband, accoridngot to Investigator Aderholt Early remains Volunteers Needed ALL MODELS NOT AVAILABLE ALL STORESSave
in Bradford County Circuit Court Investigator David Aderholt. in custody.Divorces For MDA TelethonThe
before Jugde John J Crews. Nettles Bright is charged with taking Eczydary ZUd' Saw
had been charged with sexual bat- an GrantedIn Muscular Dystrophy Associa- e
bottle of into the
open whiskey coun-
tion is looking for or in-
Bradford CountyThe groups
ty jail. Bond was set at $1,000.
dividuals who would like to assist
following marriages were with the annual Labor Day MDA
SISTER SOPHIE RAVLENE Kent Napoleon Hood, 25, of Bradford dissolved in Bradford County duringthe Telethon. The Telethon starts Sun-
Spiritual County was arrested August 15 month of July, 1986.
.Rudtr. Advisor day, August 31 and continues
(Special, Prle with Coupon) ,f through Labor Day APPLIANCE SUPERMARKET:
If you are loll and don'l know when to Anyone interested in volunteeringmay
turn,com toes this|onlui. lllhouth you GbENEMTS'f contact Nelson Green at 332 W. MADISON ST. PH. 964-7701
(!." son other readers, ono visit with 964-8497 or 964-7116.
SISTER SOPHIE .RIUENE. will Convince you '
that you ara somebody again..She hit the ; SHEAR DESIGN!
power from God to help others that naadnalcir \
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r* Welcomes.-:
She will heal your iloknin,your sorrows, f.
your norrlai! she will help you to been $ Tony EdwardsIn
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and how la win the one you love,your Celebration Bach-to-School
'lucky numbers and dalai,where to find lOll Special Friendsof
articles, how to rantovt curs the evil
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A Jim SmithDemocratic

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Invite You to A


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American Trial Lawyers Assoc.,College of Trial Advocacy,
Georgetown Univ., Washington, D.C. MEMBER OF:
III The Florida Bar, American Bar Assoc., Academy of Florida
111 Trial Lawyers American Society of Law & Medicine a B.A.

tit in Economics&Finance-Univ.of Miami;Advanced Man-
agement Development Wittenberg Univ.; Juris Doctor-
Univ. of Florida John Marshall Bar Assoc. Service Award

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III 1 of Florida; 3th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals; U.S. District
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Personal Injury & Wrongful Death Legal Malpractice,

III / Domestic Relations Bankruptcy, Criminal Defense Tax,' 6:00: p.m. to 8:00: p.m.
Real Property Probate,Guardianship,Contracts,Landlord-
Tenant Collections Insurance Claims, Workers Comp.,
Social Security Disability and Business Related Cases.

Union County Recreation ComplexSR I

"I[ will not accept any "I will not seek support from

Campaign Donations I believe lawyers. I believe it is improper for 121 1 V2 Mi. South of Lake Butler I

it i in improper for a Candidate for a Circuit Judge to be obligated to,

Circuit: Juflie! to accept money or anyone, especially lawyers who
Starke at East City Limits at SR 230 at 5:30 .
p.monage\ from an>'one. may appear before him. Motorcade leaving : p.m.


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1\I\ ObituariesVan -

1 Clayton McCrary Mildred Vivian Hardon Mr. Holton was born in Alachua and every mountain and hill be

'I Mr. Van Clayton McCrary, 74, of Mrs. Mildred Vivian Rardon, 85, County and moved to Lake City 23 made low: and the crooked shall be WieiZ "IDYa
Starke, died Saturday, August 16, died Sunday at the Bradford County years ago from Waldo. He was made straight and the rough places
\IUII6! at his residence in Starke Hospital following an extended illness employed us Laundry Supervisor at plain": Isaiah 404.
following u lengthy illness Reception Medical Center with the The family of Donna Marr would DAYSuONLY
j Mr. McCrary was born In Mrs. Rardon was born and raisedin Florida Department of Corrections. like to thank all their friends and 3
Sylvester Georgia on December 27, Alford, New York and moved to Idell family for the many acts of kindness
Survivors include his wife,
1911. l He was u long time resident of Clearwater in 1953. She moved to shown to them in their time of sor-
Starke and was a member of Starke in 1979. She was a Vinzant Holton; two daughters, SALE! C
Sue Shaw and Karen Deal both row.Special h -
\ Madison Street Baptist Church. He homemaker and a member of the Mary thanks to Rev. Walter' -- a
was retired! from E.I. Dupont Co.; a First Baptist Church in Starke. of Gainesville; one step-daughter,, Montz, Rev. Gene Bass and Archie 3o Away Thurs. Fri.. Sat. cte
member of American Legion Post Survivors include two sons, Alice Kinsey of Bell; two sons Tanner.
#52, Starke; Disabled American Retired Lt. Col. Donald Rardon of Larry, Waldo and Ricky, Lake City; Jackie Marr and Bertha Pentecost \..8"August 21 22 & 23
Alvin Ponds, Houston,
Veterans of Starke and AARP. Starke, and Owen W. Rardon of two step-sons, ,
Survivors include his wife, Cor- Marion, Ohio.Graveside TX, J.R. Ponds, Bell; three
delia Lee Hayes McCrary; two services were held brothers, Tommy, Ocala, Frank, REDUCED
daughters, Mrs. Delores Jean Boyd, Wednesday, August 20, 1986 at Orlando and Bobby of Melrose; two 500
Warwick, GA & Mrs. Reathel Mae Sylban Abbey Memorial Park in sisters, Mary Foster Jacksonville, Gainesville, Card of ThanksOur o MERCHANDISE

Dormmey, Columbus, GA; eight Clearwater. Archie Tanner Funeral Donnie Mooney, and ; recent sad loss leaves us with
I grandchildren &twelve great grand- Home of:Starke. was in charge of ar.rangement. greatgrandchild.Funeral twenty-three grandchildren. one grateful thanks toward neighborsand Reg. *35 '40
children. .
friends. Their comforting expressions -
Funeral services were held Mon- services were held Friday of sympathy and Ladies & Children's Wear

day, August 18, 1986 in DeWitt C. Teaford Kay lIolton August 15 In Archer Funeral thoughtfulness will always be Jeans Dresses Summer Clothing
Jones Chapel in Starke with Rev. Home Chapel with Rev. Warren remembered.A .
Leaton Morgan III conducting the Mr. Teaford Ray "Blue" Holton, Godsmark officiating. Burial was in special thanks to Dr. J. Cotter & KENWIN'S
services. Burial was in Crosby Lake; 57, died Wednesday night in Lake Antioch Cemetery in Alachua Coun- Staff, employees at Alachua General
Cemetery in Starke under the direction Butler Hospital Hand Surgery ty under the direction of Archer Hospital, and the staff & employeesat 111 W. Call Street 9Lee's -
of Jones Funeral Home in Center in Lake Butler following a Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Owens-Illinois.

Starke. sudden illness. Without having God in my life I .- -_... .
don't believe I would have made it
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"Every valley shall be exalted, Larry,Carnell&Nakisha Williams

I.Bradford i; Traffic Court & Lounge

I. The following defendants appeared George Leonard Davis, Jr. led Seafood,41
before Judge George H. guilty improper exhibition -41
Pierce in Bradford County Traffic dangerous weapon and disorderly /

Court August 5. intoxication; placed on court proba- *J Chinese Foods; ,JJ
tion 60 days, vlolvate no laws and ____
David L. Thomas pled no contestto pay $50 court costs. 49 __ DA
a charge of no tag; Thomas pro- Raymond Randall BEn pled no
duced a valid tag and the case was contest trespass after warning; $795

dismissed.Joe placed on court probation 60 days, s Special a '
L. Forsyth,Jr. pled not guilty pay $50 court costs and violate no : sG

driving while license suspended laws. Live Maine Lobster
(DWLS); case dismissed, a valid G. Gonzales pled guiltyno
license was produced. fishing\ license; ordered to pay$25
Ricky W. Hall pled guilty DWLS; court costs. Includes Salad or Soup and Fried Rice

produced valid license, ordered to Fred Evans pled guilty disorderly r rr
pay $105.75. intoxication and drinking in public;
John H. McClellan pled guilty placed on 60 days probation each See our Seafood Showcase where you can choose
driving while intoxicated count to run concurrent, pay $50
DWI/DUI) ; lined $362, license court costs each count. your dinner by 1/2 or full pound and tell us how you

suspended six months,50 hours com Vivian D. Craig pled guilty no tag; want it cooked.
munity work under Salvation Army fined$105.75.Craig .
supervision six months, must attend pled guilty DWLS; fined .'
DWI school. $105.75. Chinese Food
Daniel B. Rhoades pled guilty Douglas H. Hardy charged with Just what is a sale? Is it when a store sells Featuring:

.4 DWLS; fined $105.75. DWI pled guilty to wilful-wanton gold chain at 50% off all year long? Diamonds too? Mandarin Szechuan Hunan
Rex A. Owen pled guilty no tag; reckless driving; fined$372,must at- We don't do that.We never have and never will.Top quality is

fined Marshall$105.75.R. Phillips pled no con- supervision.tend DWI school, 60 days court never cheap.but last month on a major buying trip we found and Cantonese Cuisine

test fleeing & attempting to elude; Leon H. Bright pled guilty DWI; diamond bargains that to us were unbelievable.,,not the
ordered to pay $50. fined 1149.50, ten days in jail, 50% off hype you've become accustomed to but truly
Phillips pled no valid driver license suspended indefinately, $200 Incredible values on TOP QUALITY DIAMONDS.
license; ordered to pay $50 costs. restitution Salvation Army supervi- Come see what we mean. cEE:1: : 800 N. Temple Ave. OPEN LUNCH:
Phillips pled no contest unlawful sion one year. Starke 11:30.3 p.m.
speed; ordered to pay $50 costs. Bright charged with following too SPECIAL BUY Ask about V.J.P. OPEN DINNER
Phillips pled no contest wilful- closely, refusing to sign citation, no lIIJ! 964-6601 .
wanton reckless driving; $50 costs. valid driver license, cases dismissed Solitaire \\d'I' W-II-I lams 3p.m.10p.m.
contestno $159900 7 A Week SUNDAY 12 Noon 9 p.m.
I I Edward J. Trimm pled no Reg.-2500 ; II Open Days
tag; fined $105.75. .
Sonya D. Thomas pled no contestno William E. Hager charged with Very. Good Eye-Clean Jewelry ...
tag; produced valid tag, case DWI, pled guilty wilful-wanton Diamond
dismissed. reckless driving; fined $362, Salvation -
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Ronnie Lee Ferreira pled guiltuy Army supervision, 50 hours
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auto driven doily. Aug. 86 IMRON CHAIN LINK FENCEi Installed Free FALL SEMESTER Is. starting.: Enroll
point li. blue/dk. blue. Block Interior estimates, Handy-Man Fence Co. YOUR OWN eon-sportswear( NOW for Industrial Education Career
good cond, $7800 OBO. T.R Edwards Owner Tommy Reddish 9648559. tfn ladles appar.I, childrens/maternity. Education University Parallel c/rufilkar
Slorka, Fl ((904)) 964 8504. 8/14 2tchg GLASS CUT TO ORDERi Doors, windows, large sizes, petite, dancewear accessories Business Education classes and MORE
8/2) etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY or bridal shop Jordache Call 7521822. 8/14 2tchg 8/21
1969 VAN TRUCK with 18H. body V-8. 9646078. Orders also taken In Lake Chic Lee. Levi), Izod, Gitano, Guess. LEARN AUTO MECHANICS Brick 8 Block REALTY
327 gas motor 4963921. 8/14 2tchg Butler, 496-3079 and Keystone Heights Calvin Klein, Sergio Valente, Evan Masonry Welding Small Oas. Engineor
8/21 473-4973. 2/26 tfnWANT Plcone. Liz Claiborne, Members Only Marine Engine Repair or ElectronicsIn ....
H11 CHEVROLET SUBURBAN TRUCK. excellent TO DRINK Gasoline, Healthtex, over 1000 others classes at LCCC. For Information call
PHONE 964-7776
cond., am/Inn cb'ac, 450cc THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS $14.300 to $25,900 Inventory, training 7521822. ext. 214. Day and evening rn
engine, lull towing package, carefully WANT TO STOP'THAT'S fixtures, grand openings, etc., can classes begin soon 8/14 2tchg 8/21 205 N. Tmple' Starke
maintained. 59,000, miles 9648073. OURS open 15 days. Mr. Keenan ((305)) WISE UP BE A NIGHT OWL and learn CECELIA TERW.LLEGAR.
8/14 2tpd 8/21 Alcoholics Anonymous 6783639. Itpd 8/21 Lawn Mower and Outboard Motor
1969 FORD LTD. good Inside and out. 944-4150.964-M19 OWN YOUR OWN $10.99 one Repair at LCCC on Wed. nights. Three
$450. 9644003. 8/14 21pd 8/21 pd thru 9/' designer shoe store A retail price price hour class runs for 12 weeks For more Today and always may God bestow his love on you

1911 DODGE ARIES. AC 4-slseed. SEWING MACHINE REPAIR All makes unbelievable for quality shoes normal. Information call 752-1822, ext. 239.
AM/FM CB radio $2295. 964-4884 or cleaned, oiled and adjusted $15. Used ly priced from $19 to $60. Over ISO FREE LAKE COTTAGE 40' x 30', Yours for SPECIAL
9647818.821 ItpdCADILIACS. sewing riachines for sale. James. brand names 250 styles. $14,300 to dismantling. .68.2272.8/21 3lpd' 9/4 ts&l
MERCEDES PORSCHE etc, Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy $25,900 Inventory, training fixtures, MOTHERS) NEED CASH Turn your spare
direct from Government. Seized In 16 Starke. 9648733. I2/5TF grand opening. Can combine with over lime Into dollars. Part-time potential EXCELLENT BUY 80 ACRES-S96.000 Heavy plnot, 20 acres
drug raid. Available your area Save HANDyMAN carpentry painting, electrical 1.000 brands of apparel accessory, '$400.$600 per month Interviews after cleared, fenced, barn on St. Rd. 235 Near New River.

$thousands$. 216-453-3000, Ext. A4259. Reasonable. complete Licensed home repair., dancewear/aerobic children shop. school starts. Call Marie 782.3790. 8/21 iiiii iim'i : 1 L ..l.l
8/21 Itpd rates contractor Can open 15 days' Mr. Loughlin ((612)) UNLIMITED LONG DISTANCE phone
1966 BONNEVILLE CONV., $4500; 1960 Call Mitch 473-3940. 1/9TF Call 8884638. 8/21 Itpd colls. Business. or resident $100 per IDEAL HOME FOR LARGE FAMILY. S.E. 24th Ave. (off Rd. 100
Ford P.U., $1200 1973 Chev. P.U. OPEN YOUR month
; beautiful discount. 1.730.3099.8/1 trhn R/7B
$900; 1973 MG Midget Com/, $1250. 964-6766 Homes Beautiful of N. Fla. shoe store Lndles-childrens-mens. All East) 2.7 acres, 5 BR, 3 BA, living room, dining room, kitchen

1-724-9425 or 782.3..9.8/21 Itpd We will tell you how to avoid that Job first quality merchandise Nationally SCHOOLSSEMI eat-in! area or study, den, office, all appliances, drapes, large

GOOD 1ST CAR; 1970 Volkswagensquareback and 5/1TF Increase the value of your home. known brands-Liz Claiborne, Evan attractive deck overlooking a quarter acre fish pond with fish )

new engine, new brakes, Plcone Andrew Geller 9 West. Bondollno .
AM/FM radio good condition $600. LAWN SERVICE: reasonable rote Most. Amalfi Nike and DRIVER TRAINING. Earn Big Bucks BEAUTIFUL HAMPTON LAKE-Brick 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA fireplace,
473-3871. 8/21 Itpd lawns. $15. Phone 964-4238. 5/8 TF $16,900 to 39900. Includes many. beginning more Drive Big Trucks) D.O.T Certification, screened back porch, terrazzo floors, 75' of nice clean beach
ROOF COATING will coat roof A local and National Job Placement
1975 PLYMOUTH FURY SPORT, new tires, your Inventory-training fixtures installed- $95,000.
new engine (".000 miles) 318 CI. A/C guarantee It against leaks for one grand opening promotions and round Assistance, Correspondence/Resident .MOVE IN TODAY-504
Legion Terrace-3 BR, 1 1/2 BA CH/A,
PS, AM/FM Stereo, PB, $1200. year Single wides start at $135. trip air fore. Call Training Eligile Institution for Flnan
475.2430 after 5:30: p.m. 8/21 Itpd Doublewldes start at $150. Releveling Fashions 501.329.2362.today.8/21 Itpd Prestige cial Aid. Guaranteed Student Loans d/w stove, 15 1/2 cu. ft. refrig. w/ Ice maker washer/dryer
1976 CUTLASS BROUGHAM, excellent all sizes $50 plus any materials. Call Call 1 ((800)) 282.8165. UNITED TRUCK four ceiling fans, drapes blinds, tinted windows, freshly
for free estimate. 964 4680, Mon. -----. MASTER Resident. Training, : Tampa, FL
cond., heat & AC, $1500. Call Bernard .---. painted inside & out, patio, 10 x 10 utility bldg.
Fri. 99. 8/14 4tchg 94I BOATS
782.3018.8/21 2tpd 8/28. FINANCIAL1ST .A JOY TO LIVE IN: Approx. 2417 ft. CH/A 3 BR 2 BA.
1977 CADIUAC COUPE D.VILLE, 106,000 I WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT your childrenIn sw. ,
miles Runs fine, interior rough no title my home, days. 96".7321.8/1. 4tchg 1984 MASTER CRAFT spacious LR with fireplace, gracious Fla. room utility room
$350. Ion Seville 9648662. 8/21 9/4 slot loaded. Gray 8 blue BOAT excellent, power C 2ND MORTGAGE MONEY $ For skylights 2 utility bldgs., privacy fence. Reduced to $44,000.
WANTED 50 to
overweight try
Itpd safe loss doctor cond., garage kept 4732214. 8/7 any purpose, credit no problem Fast .THE PERFECT SECOND HOME: Hall Lake with 2 BR guest houso
weight -
1986 El CAMINO $500 and take overpayment program personal service, ask for Tim Paxton
*. Call 964.7061 or 9647578. recommended no drugs no exercise tfnchg Mtg. Co. 3063 Hartley Rd. Jacksonville. dock and covered dock patio, clear water for swimming and)

8/21 2tchg 8/28 100% money-bock guaranteed Call ((904)) 268.4109 lie Mtg Brokers 8/" fishing. Budget priced at 33000. Owner financing.
1971 VETTE. A/C PS PB, $6000. ((601)) 3722427. (can 86.252 LAND FOR SALELOT 5lpd' 9/25 BARGAIN OF THE YEAR-BROOKER-Extro nice one blk from
BAKER LP GAS, INC. Do know or ..
964 7481. 8/21 you -- -
ItpdYARD school-1500 ft. of excel liv. space-only 8
care what you pay for propane? We REAL ESTATE" sq. yrs
SALES have a summertime .special & senior IN CITY: 6000. Call 964.5764; after old-CH&A-$43,000, VA assum. mtg. of $35,000 at 9'/' % You
5, call 964-5251 3/07 tfn OUT
citizens discount.. Plus. a special for AREA
.. can get into this home for approx. $6,0001!
farms and commercial accounts.. WEdon't -- --- --
1/22.//23 Fri 8.4 and Sot 81. Clothes, -- --- AN INVITATION TO SPACIOUS LIVING-CornerOrange & Pratt
Ph. ---
stereos and lots of charge any deposits. LAND FOR SALE: Mountain
mist Out 16 East to land by
8/21 MOTORCYCLESHONDA 3 Br., 2 Ba., CH&A, LR DR, family & screened in
NE 10th, 1st house on left. 8/21 Itchg 1 8006352371 or 2596810. 4tpd owner. $100 down owner financing, ,, 2 room patio
YARD SALE 31/2 miles West of Starke on 9/11 acre tract views, easy access, private, HOME FOR FAMILY ENJOYMENT Lovely brick, colonial hoar
100. Sat. starting' at OOa.m.: 8/21 Itpd NEW CREDIT CARDI No one refused 350X .three wheeler brand nice bldg. sites I hour north of Marietta off Geiger Rd.4 bedrooms 2 baths-approx. 2700 sq. ft.10 09
PORCH SALE RAIN OR SHINE, 25th thru VISA/Mastercard.. Call 1-619-565-1522 I new. 473.2214. 8/7 tndchg Ga.. Call 1 ((404)) 276.2681 I ((404)) amenities.THE .
ext. C243. 24 hr. 8/21 3tpd 9/4 acres-many
29th. Tools, curtains, etc 612 Collins 635.1654.fcan 86.248
I Place. 964.6362. 8/21 Itchg. WILL KEEP BABIES, and toddler my GREAT GET-A-WAY: We are proud to offer a handsome

YARD SALE Frl., Sat., 5 families, sabre home! Very experienced and reliable! A-AtWA'AAsAV?; ? brick & cedar home on 37Vi acres, 4 BR 2'bath, plus a lilt r
saw clothing housewares, etc., on 964 6650. 8/21 ItpdHOUSECLEANING barn energy efficient 133000.

225 Itchg between West 16 and 229. 8/21 home or office.: Mondays I will clean or Friday.your Accelerated Realty Inc. 1 OH TO BE IN FLORIDA IN THE COUNTRY I Twelve acres, hoi..

YARD SALE Friday only. 3 miles north of Hard worker and dependable. $4/hr. approx. 2900 sq. ft., 4 Br, 2 ba, barn, workshop pole bat .

town on 301 just this side of Textile 9645095. 8/21 Itpd ((31x42)), fenced and cross-fenced, $85,000.
Town. 8/21 Itchg FROM HOUSE WORK Or even someone Phone : 964-4544 WALK TO EVERYTHING ) 1032 E. Call St., 3 BR, 1'i' bath
t-RI ft SAT 9 .2
a.m. p.m. Toys, clothes
mist Items. Located corner of Nona St. to help with large jobs. Call me, 11520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Storke Florida 45000.

8 Church St., Starke. Next door to 964-4908 No job too large or small Homes Lots Acreage Watertrun 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd. Own-

Jones Funeral Home. 8/21 1 Itchg COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Farms Commercial will finance $82,322. A smart Florida investment.
YARD Aug. SALE 23 656 3 family W. Madison garage sale.9.5 Fur Sat. RENT/LEASE No Charge to List Your Property for Sale I 1..J:3|: INVESTORS: 438 Acres in South Bradford County. Partially sutra

niture, bikes, toys lots more, 8/21 Call and discuss it with us. <*) divided highway frontage close to school, $1,000 per aero

Itchg. NORTHWEST CORNER OF Call & Thompson | LOVELY BLOCK HOME 2 BR, 2 BA big living 8 dining room combo family room, Hardwood trees Developer's dream I
Streets" : 2 story masonry building. kitchen & breakfast. nook. 65000. PRIME EXECUTIVE OFFICES ON US 301 near Edwards Rd. Sevu-

HOMES Clyde W. Simpson 356.6849. .10TF LIKE TO GROW A GARDEN 5 acres. with brick home 3 BR.,, 2 BA" eat-In kitchen | thousand four hundred forty six sq. ft. in Bldg. with 1 150' on Hw

FOR SALE 3 South.RETAIL 473 STORES 3627 for or 9648848.lease, Highway S/8TF 301 with large .snack bar. family room with fireplace, $58,000. 301 by 254' deep. Parking space for 30 cars. $199,0001!

.ALMOST NEW lovely brick home with 5 BR. 2 BA., enclosed garage, close to aty. ....PREFERRED PROPERTIES....
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$7>,90O. *. .
TWO BEDROOM furnished house on corner LOSTFOUNDLOST ROOM TO ROAM home nestled NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Club-for development, on1'
Spacious on 5 acres, 3 BR., 2 BA. great room' |
lot, newly renovated. 26000.
with fireplace, fish $49,000SIX
small down payment and owner will patio storage building pond 74900. '
finance. Ph. 964.5970.6/26 TFNchg OR STRAYED: very large mostly LIVE THE SATISFIED COUNTRY LIFE Brick home on 2 acres, 3 BR.. 2 BA Central I ACRES-Great Buy-Primitive Baptist Church Rd. $12,000.

THREE BEDROOM BRICK HOME, CH/A, 2 black altered torn cat Has white paws I heat and air ceiling fans, brick b-b-q pit utility bldg.. 57900. -GRAHAM BR, 1 BA Frame home reduced 16500.
and sad looking clown face. I can I NEAT FRAME HOME 2 BR, I BA $26,000. .
Ba., LR/OR fireplace, breakfast room, BROOKER-Trailer 14'x 56' plus lot 100'x 10020000.
game room. 560 Glendale St., recognize him immediately $250. I 251 FEET ON 301.frame home 4 BR.. 1 BA.. well 8 septic tank utility bldg. .
964.5463. 3/13 TF REWARD. NO QUESTIONS ASKED. 34900. H: & DRY14.05 Ac., 2 wells, septic tank 35000.

BRICK HOME3Br, I Ba. on 3 64 acres, 9648600. 8/21 I Itpd I AND THE LIVING IS EASY One.Unit duplex 2 BR, I BA 27900. NEAR' LAKE ALTO-Ten acres-$15,000.
CH/A fully carpeted pecan trees. FOUND: black, female lab with yellow I NEAT MOBILE HOME Located in Brooker 2 BR, 2 BA porch tool shed, on 2 lots' I LAURA CHURCH RD.-Four plus acres $10,000.
priced to sell 9648970. 8/7 tfnchg collar, Dupont area. 964.8800 cut. 321 $25.000. WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre $15,000.
or 904-332-1578. 2tpd 8/28 I NEED TO SEE TO APPRECIATE Mobile home 3 BR, 2 BA. Central heat and air .
,I [enclosed In brick well 8 septic tank $56,900. PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or will divide.

I COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Building with Approx. 15.000 sq. ft. floor space order .SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine acres, 2 wells 3 septic tanks
Plumbing Supplies From I of Madison. 8 Thompson 74900. .FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club 90000.
(COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 301 South 146 ft. 1 lot 301 NorthLAND
frontage on 1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East $7,700.
III Durrance Pump & SupplyWe ; FOR SALE 2 parcels. 4.55 acres. and 2.16 acres, near Graham
110 BEAUTIFUL 3 BR, 3 BA, home with 2 1/2 acres to 50 acres
ACRES OF PEACE 8 QUIET Located In S. Clay County. Nicely wooded on <"n.I
Drill 2" to 6" Wells e State Licensed I proved road only 17900. POULTRY FARM on 5 acres with four barns.

9647O61IHOME I (WATER FRONT LOTS Sampson Lake 8 River Start at $8,000 owner financing. .2 BUILDINGS ON CALL ST..Both for 40200.
S64 N. Ave, Starke
US 301 North, tempi. TFJ I COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES Lot for sale -3 LOTS each 50'x 100' all for $7,000.

(FARM FOR SALE 131 Acres. .CROSBY LAKE LOT 100'x 385' 17000.
(HOUSE FOR RENT 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths. After Hours

(OFFICE FOR RENT-4B6 Temple Ave, Suite C, 925 Sq. ft. .
Pauline Randolph 964.637
Randy Cory
Starke Area PUT US TO WORK FOR YOU !III! Terwillegar Nelson 473754Tim's I

Owner Financing AFTER HOURS: .' ,. .,.. ," I;.,. -
Frame Home on 2 1 /2 acres 1,000 sq. ft. 2 BR. 1 BA ---= -- '

Wayne Douglas..964.6593 N )vis Ward........... .964.7454]
with storage room. Air conditioned Culligan water Custom Cabinots II
Jrlrn Gr.ene..533.2121 Bill Ddd.964.7 408

conditioner stove refrigerator included Irving Clark..964.7188 Cindy Kurlmay. ..,. .964-7408 :

REDUCED TO SELL NOW Evelyn C attain.... .9644319r ,T H .d 0 t 9Ds RemodelingFree "
$33,000 $5.000 down. 10% up to 15 yrs. ".n Bement,964 6439 Pa sy Laws n,. 96 1 6977Ai&i Estimates 'II

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0 S parcel with many possibilities.Over world of enjoyment in this 4 BK
Located 301-1 Blk S. of St. Rd. 100
Hwy ft.
3,000 highway frontage. 2 Ba, Fm Rm Liv. rm. Din. Rm

964-5069 Approx 3,900 ft. adjoining sewing rm. and more will

Starke Golf & Country Club. 2400 sq. ft. Priced at $73.000.

Susan M. Faulkner GRI CRB 964-4522 Timber valued at over $200,000. DO YOU WANT A BUY?? Tin

STARKE. FL. TWO LOVELY ACRES on SR 18 is ill! I 3 Br., 2 Ba., close

RESIDENTIAL REALTOR South 301. Plaza. in Hampton. Only $6,000. everything. $27,000.

.APARTMENTS FOR SALE In Lowt.y area. Good location Fully occupied. Open Mon. thru frl. i
... SPACE: over 2500 ft. with 3 prox. 9/10 acre. 4 Br, 2 Ba,
double wide Call for 5:30
I IMMACULATE on nice acre lot. Includes many extras. | 1:30 a.m. ta : p.
| appt. S.t. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. bedrooms, 3 baths and too many CHSA 1900 plus sq. ft. assum

1 REDUCEDcomfortable 3 BR. 1 1/2 BA fireplace Deck nice shade trees.. features to describe on 3 3/4

j BEAUTIFULposture land with pecan trees almost. new double wide and barn, Appraisals for Residence Farm Commercial Buslrws acres. mtg.U.S.. 301 SOUTH 3 parcel

| fenced. FIX UP 5 for acres only or$15,000.15 acres e Your Full Service Real Estate Office PRESTIGIOUS AREA-Located 2 acres to 6 plus acres.

.COUNTRY LIVING In this Immaculate 3 BR, 2 BA on 1 acre and pool. HOME BEAUTIFUL: $73,200 in area of other lovely homes LAKE ACCESS-Ex nice MM
IMAGINE! you can still purchase a home for 25000. on AWAY FROM THE CROWDS. this 3 Br, 2 Ba is on a corner lot CH/A with beautiful yrour.cl- ,
3 BR, I BA very neat, low OO's, fenced yard CH/A. Terms two acres, 3 Br., 2 Ba., 1700 sq. You will I love the privacy this with many amenities. Super Keystone area. i

REDUCED.priced below appraised value over 4,500 sq. ft., almost I acre, ft., CH/A, many amenities.I I A home offers. 4 Br., 3 Ba., 2.100 PINE HAVEN. Br., 1 Ba., r-
I many extras.INVEST bargain. Lost week before price ft an extra large nice.MOVE block home
sq. plus RIGHT IN-Close to merit with fence!
In this 2 BR, 1 BA, only $17,500. Increase. I
LOTS garage Many other outstanding Hampton Lake, 3 Br., 2 Ba. yard on shaded lot.
CLOSE TO STARKE, but coon- features on 1 1.76 acres. IN CITY. CHSA. Plus a new 28'x40' CB SOUTH 301 PLAZA: 7 unit ten !
BUILD YOUR HOME under these. lovely oak trees on 22 1/2 acres, terms try atmosphere. Lovely! 3 Br., 2
LOVELY building lots, Rd. 230E. QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD-2 Br., storage bldg., and a 10'x12' tal complex, full occupancy, fii M I
JUST OFF Hwy 225. Ba., on features.5 acres. Many outstanding I Ba., CH&A, 708. W. Call St greenhouse On 1 acre All for cash down payment required. j

BUILDING LOTS In city available, 3500. each. $60.000. CORNER SR 18 & 301 : 14.fr j,
1.2 ACRES lowtey area $7,500 cash $8.500 terms. NICE BRICK HOME and good _
REDUCED TO $28,000.3 Br, 1 acres with 940'ff on 301. Only TO
SAMPSON LAKE,$13.000 wot.rfronllot. Call today Won't last long. neighborhood. 3 Br? 1 1/2 Ba., I
Close ml. to Gainesville.
COMMERCIAL Ba on acre. to Country
w/carport. $32,300. Acres & Building .ts
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY by Bradford Square. 64'x 105' lot with cotnm. blk BEAUTIFUL DOUBLEWIDE 1 5,10 and 20 acre parcels Club OWNER FINANCING Br. ?
I building on AFFORDABLE city, 3 Br, 1 1 Ba., doublewide on 1 acre, N.yw: I
at $1.000 acre
PRIME COMMERCIAL location on Hwy 301, 220 x 220 corner lot with nice 10 acres. 3 Br., 2 Ba. Let us show Starting per Ba, fenced cor. lot. 34500. only 24900.
Us You
Let Help
i building you this one You'll LOVE It. I
2 POULTRY FARMS I broiler 1 pullet and I hmnes., both report good income *MINI-FARM Between Starke

| Check These ,,ut. and Lake Butler. 4. Br.. 2 Ba., Rentals Available W f In\'jh'lmllul Its On Our Other Properties j
NEXT TO BRADFORD SQUARE retail or office units call today.
FOR RENT CHSA on 8 acres Extras-large Apartment Thinking of Buying or Selling? Call( us!

4 BR 2 STORY HOME owner wants one; year lease signed. Call today. CB building and large pole barn. Far Lease J

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Call Susan ol Cook Whispering 964.6220. 12/STF 1984 DESTINY MH with fireplace 1 Llmrock t Fill Dirt thly, efficiency apartments, 1 or 2 BR, to the Lake Region Monitor office '

EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON honest Bedroom and more. Take over 20 yd. semi-loads only CADILLAC 1973 4 door, A/C full call 473-2919': 8/7 tfnchg In writing and paid In advance

clean cut A MUST) References required payments. Call 782-3358 after 6 p.m. Phone 712-3172 5/23 tfchg power, no rust, excellent Interior, HOUSE ON LAKE GENEVA Across from unless credit is already establishedwith

I possible $25.000 first Apply 3/20 TF HOTPOINT REFRIGERATOR $50. nice one owner $750. 473-3168. Itpd golf course. $400 a month Nice. this office.MONITOR .
year. 1987 FLEETWOOD $7995. one left at this 782.3355.8/21 Itlh 8/21 473-3083 or 4752838. 8/7 tfnchg STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
D S S Motors 207 N, Tempi. No

t REAL ESTATE LICENSING only 4 weeks Green Cove Springs. Call 284.5000 collect Doublewlde Home Center located 4734180. SPECIAL 14' Bootlegger month. Partially furnished. Keystone CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER

t Call 755 4040. N. Fla. Real EstatCollege or call 1.471.0611 after 6 pm. 7/3 North on 301 Lawtey, Fla. (this Is not boat all hand laid fiberglass $695; 14' area. 4732026. 8/7 tfnchg THE TELEPHONE. .
r 7/3TFN pd 7/31 tfnchg trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg galvanized trailer $325; 1985 15 HP 2 BR-1'/s BA MH Carpet, large kitchen S Classified deadline Is Tuesday noon

AIRLINE JOBS $17,800 to $68SOO/year 1972 MANATEE DOUBLEWIDE TRAILER INSULATED OR STORM WINDOWS: Johnson $1275. 4tchg 8/21-9/10 living room partially furnished very prior to Thursday publication.
Now hiring Call JOB LINE 24X40 2 BR, 2 BA Call after 5 p.m. custom mad S installed Homes 1974 FORD BRONCO P-U 4X4. 289, AT clean close In but private with spnce Minlmu.t charge is 15 words for $3.50,

1 518 459.3535 Ext. A-3377 for Info. 24 782-3724. 7/31 4tpd 8/21 Beautiful of N. Fla., 9646766. 5/ITF Turbine mags, headers. Just In lime for for garden. $300 per month, requires then 15 cents for each word thereafter,
Hrs. 8/14 3tpd 828CONSTRUCTION NEW A USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As low as hunting season. $2400 firm. 473.7618. deposit and first months rent No Inside
I ( DRIVERS. MECHANICS Wells at S&W Mobile Homes 964.6407 $14.99 per month. Call 964.6946. tfn 1 tchg 8/21 pets. W.B. Stanley/ 473-4161.1

i welders, electricians, machinists or 9646408 8/14 tfnrw CHEVY 4x4 PARTS: V. ton anything you 1977 DODGE MAXI-VAN 318 AT 2tchg 8/21-28
carpenters, needed Immediately. Also 12 X 65 2 BR, I BA, vaulted ceiling, com.pletely need--Axles, front or rear, auto PS/PB no windows runs good some WHITE SANDS LAKE Furnished home PERSONAL SERVICES
redone In 1984 exec cond., transm.. transfer 2 different rust. $525 firm. 473-7618. Itchg 8/21 AC deck. $295 month lease flexible.
online obs Wiil train some positions.Up cases --
( to $6000/month| ). Transcontinental $5250. Owner financing 9644269. types; spring |lilt blocks big U bolts 1981 CHEVY CITATION 4 cylinder, AT, $200 deposit, 904-249-7884. 4lpd
8/14 2tpd 8'21 Call 9645812. TFc AC, needs front wheel bearings and 8/21-9/11 FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING
I 8t Job 251 Search ((308)) 382.3700 fee. fcan ASSUME LOANS; 14 x 703 BR. 2 BA $149 HALF PRICEII! I Flashing arrow signs front brakes. $400 firm as is. 473.7618. ROOM MATE WANTED Must be conservative Hand rubbed oil finishes. Call Jac,

t per month; 14" 45 3 BR. 2 BA, $168 per $2691 Lighted, non-arrow $2591 Itchg 8/21 non-drinker non-smoker, 473.2521.8/7 tfnchg
GOVERNMENT JOBS) Now hiring in
area' both skilled and unskilled.your For month; 24 x 52 3 BR, 2 BA $201 per Unlighted $2291 Free letters) Full factory Christian type. Nice 2 BR mobile home. HANDYMAN SERVICE Mowing yard
month; 24 x 70 4 BR, $231 per month. warranty. limited time only. See FOR SALE $100 per month plus Vi utilities, work chain saw work tree trimming
of and call
list ,jobs application ((615))
J83 2627 Ext. J507. fcan 86.246 Free delivery & set-up, no cash needed locally. Call today! 1-800-4230163 deposit. 4732026. Itpd 8/21 trash hauling, any odd lob. 473-3321.
on select models. Call 262-5000 fcan LAKEFRONT MOBILE HOME 2 BR, polio 8/7 tfnchg
anytime 86-247 16% FT. MONARK
NIGHT CLERK full-time. Apply In person BOWRIDER mobile
anytime. 8/21 tfn private good fishing near Keystone. PRESSURE WASHING Houses
FENCE FOR SALE: 79 panels. 4x8 ft. teak ski
seats three
Best Western. 1290 N. TempleAve storage
anytime 2 BR, 2 BA used mobile home for sale. 4734186. 2tpd 8/21-28 homes, pools, decks sidewalks. Free
picket fence with built
8/14 posts $400 nice In cooler/storages! Full
Starke. ((10 ) instrumentation.
a.m. 6p.m.
Call 496-2356. 8/21 I Itpd 2 BR MOBILE HOME! Semi-furnished. estimates Call Rob 4733590. 8/7
total $6 1.4ft. $10.1
2lchg 8,21HOUSEKEEPER or per panel. gate Extra storage. Large
ALL GUERDONS, cost plus, with CH/A Middle-age or retired no tfnchg
.mature lady for general set-up apt gas stove, $30. White trellis fuel tank. Bow roll, canvas boarding .
children LAWN MOWING edging.
Access to Trimming
approved credit. Flying Z Mobile good fishing on
8 Own panels app 4x3, make offer. platform Older Johnson 135 HP. RUNS
housekeeping Lake Santa The 4733590. Free
Homes, 11060 Phillips Hwy., Jackson. Fe. $225 month plus Call Lawn Barber
& local 964.5876.8/21 Itpd GOOD! SS Props. CLEAN. $5500.
'iiansportation references required Larry. utilities. No short term rental. Estimates 8/7 tfnchg
ville. 262.5000. 8/21 tfn
GRAPES: lily's Vineyard Coral Farms 4751267. 8/7
964 4269. 8/21 Itpd tfnchg 4752035. Itpd 8/21 FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING .
with 6X12 EXPANDO 2 BR, 2 full Rd. Florahome. Phone 6592121. 8/14
HELP WANTED: Older couple to run Trumpet $100; House out of level? Call LaRue Leveling
hotel rooming house. Must be able to baths all electric. 3 ton AC skirting. 4tchg 9/4 Trombone, $45; Guitar $90. 4737095. OFFICE BUILDING SR 21 N. 2100 Sq. Ft. for all foundation
do light housekeeping and simple Asking $6000. 473.2152. Itchg 0/21 100 SUNBEDS SUNAL WOLFF SYSTEMS 8/14 tlnchgWINDSURFER of offices, restrooms Call Century 21 Service repairs. 4737721. 8/7 your tfnchg

1. maintenance.' Apt. furnished. For Information While they last Buy Direct from Mistral, Bermuda. Great Showcase Properties Inc., Broker, LONELY AND BLUE Who do you call?
I call alter 6 p.m. 964.8602. FOR RENT manufacturer. Save thousands. Professional for learning. Bargain at $600. 473-7385. Keystone Heights. 4734903. 8/7 4t start-up kit included. Commercial 821BASSETT 8/28
8 21 IlnSHAMPOO Itchg
Lakeside Singles Club Rt. 1 Box 530,
ASST. needed, must have & Residential. Lamps & lotions SOFA chair and ottoman
Hampton FL 32044. 8/7 tfnchg
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK: 18002286292. 86.249 4732297. Lost
Fla. license. Call Alan Hairplanes 2tchg 8/21-28
CARPET CLEANING Deep steam extraction -
964.4645. 8/21 1tchg Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. 3 STEEL BUILDINGS (Quonset & 2 PC. SECTIONAL SOFA Beige & brown truck mounted
3000 GOVERNMENT JOBS LIST $16.040 Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone Straightwall) Must sacrifice, 32 x 50, 40 geometric design all loose fitting $100 REWARD! Black male Labrador OB CARPET CLEAN equipment ING
59230yr. Now Hiring. Call 9647498. 9/16 tIn x 82, 50 x 120 up to 50% off. Never cushions A-l condition. $375 firm mixed dark spots on tongue. lost Nov. 473-7770
805.687.6000 Ext. R-5504. 8/21 8tpd NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR. 2 erected. Can deliver Immediately 4737140. Itchg 8/21 7 on SIM 00 and Immokalee, Rood. Keystone Half off Heights on Scotchguard-
10/9 BA apt. For more information call Lake 18004230053. ALLSTEEL INC. fcan 17 FT. TRAVEL TRAILER Fully self. Answers to "Minor." 473-7162. 8/7

PRIDE OF FLORIDA Is now accepting applications Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Opportunity 86-250 contained. Excellent condition. Call Ifnchg 8tpd7/10.8/28 UPHOLSTERY Chairs couches, cushionsand
Housing. 6/7 tfnchg INTERIOR WALLS 8 DOORS with all 473-3216
for the position of days: 4733296 evenings. 4732452. 4tchg 81.28MISCELLANEOUS
maintenance supervisor for its meat ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel $8 necessary hardware & trim from floor I tchg 8/21 HELP WANTEDHAIR campers.

packing plant located In Raiford, per night. From $35 per week. Discount to ceiling. Installation A side lights for

Florida Prospective applicants should offered for longer tern Apply in per each of 12 doors. Approx. 800 Iln. ft. MOTORCYCLES STYLIST Full service salon. Wages

apply in person at the Plant located on son, Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across For 8-9 ft. high ceilings. Theso are plus commission. license required.
from Post Offire. TF PACK RAT sell and trade collectible
modular walls by Modernfold, Com. Buy
River Road and State Road 16 or 1984 YAMAHA 225 DX Excellent condition Doris' Hair Clinic. 4752211. 8/7 tfnchg
APARTMENTS FOR RENT like cond. items and Used furniture,
telephone 904-431-1212 Ext. 324 Jim : Newly grade new Original cost antiques.
Qualizza. Those applying should be decorated everything furnished. Laundry over $70,000 asking $7000. Call to see. well maintained extra tires very glassware, /jewelry and much more.
In facilities included. Video room 1.724.9425 or 782.3449. 8/21 Itpd fast. $850 negotiable. 7823287. Itchg WANTED Come see for yourself. One mile east
knowledgable electricity refrigera
lion plumbing S building construction. available. Will accept one child no CORN PICKER FOR SALE $595. Also 2 8/21 of Keystone Heights on Highway: 100.

Applications will be accepted between pets Palms Apts., 2313 N. TempleAve. low planter, $350. 7823978. 8/21 Itpd WANTED! NEEDED! Portable oxygen 4732183. 8/7 tfnchg

8.00 a.m. 8 5:00: thru August 22, ., Starke 32091. 5/1 TF 2 PUREBRED (REG.) LIMOUSIN HEIFERS, HOMES FOR SALE tank that I can get refills for. Loan it, GRAPES Lilly's Vineyard. Coral Farms
1986. 8/21 Itpd 28 FT. TRAILER for rent by month. 1 or 2 calved Nov. 85 show stock in feed lot 'please or sell to me at reasonablecost. Rood In Florohome. 6592121. 8/14

OPENINGS AVAILABLE for prior service adults only. No pets. Deposit required. now. H.F. Wiggins Starke, 964 8592. 4 BR 2'BA brick home. Pool screen Janle Wiles. Phone: 4733971.

military personnel In the Naval Air 9648484. STARKE KOA KAM- 8/21 2tpd 8/28 patio many extras. One block from 2tpd 8/14-21 PETS

Reserve Program in Jacksonville, FL. 301 South 5/15TF BABY CRIB and 10.speed w/baby seat. schools. 160 ft. on road. 114000.
Ground and flight crew positions $50 PER WEEK for you choice of our one Crib.$45, Bike. $40.431.1177.8/21 1 Itpd Owner will finance. 473-4058 after 6 --.- -- BEAGLES-PAIR One year old male
available in patrol transport helo and bedroom apartments with refrig. and TOPPER FOR SHORT BED Mazda or p.m. 3tpd 8/7-21 MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE registered AKC, $125; beagle female 8
attack squadron. Call toll free cooking facilities. All utilities are Included Courier truck, exc. condo $200. Lon 3 BR 2 BA Ocala brick home on Smith weeks old. $40. 4737385. Itchg 8/21

1800521.1316 for more Information. in this price, so why rent a room Seville 964-8662. 8/21 Itpd Lake. Large lot many extras 62000. LAKE GENEVA 1 or 2 Bedrooms fur AKC REGISTERED Cocker Spaniel pup
7 3 13tpd 9'25 when you can have an apartment. HORSE for sale: 4 yrs. old. 964.6614. 473.4058 after 6 p.m. 3tpd 8/7-21 nished. Retired or handyman caretaker pies mole 2 black 1 buff. Must see to

TYPISTS $500 weekly at home) Write: Monthly rates are $200. Call us at 8/21 1IpdREFRIGERATOR TWO CONCRETE BLOCK HOUSES on couple preferred. $200 to $275 month. appreciate 473.4233 days; 473-7047

P.O. Box 975, Elizabeth NJ 07207. 7/10 964-4262 days 964 6566 evenings or : Hotpoint 22 cu. ft. side. lake Johnson 2 BR, enclosed front 473-7269; 376-7749 or 3788622. 8/14 after 5. Itchg 821LAND
8tchg 8/28 drop by and see the apartment by-side, $175. Small GE refrigerator porch, carport out buildings fenced tfnchg
TWO HAIR STYLISTS NEEDED. Followingnot manager In apt. no. six at 314 North $50. Must sell. 544 W. Call St. 8/21 1 tpd yard. Lot SOX 500' (?) to lake. First NEAT 2 BR-1BA Mobile home on high FOR SALE
necessary. Must be excellent cut. Temple Ave. next to the Tenneco Station NEWSPAPER PLATES: Aluminum. house $17,000; second house 19000. dry lot Goodson Prairie Lake. Fish

ters & stylists. 964-HAIRBENDERS( ). 6/26 TF Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great Call 473.2000.3tpd 8/7-21 from your back yard. Priced to sell for LAKE LOT Hillcrest Lake $13.500.
7/31 TFNchg QUAINT 2 BR GARAGE APT. No pets or for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH BY OWNER Lovely 5 year old brick, 2 23500. Century 21Harris Real Estate, Owner will finance. $164 per month.

EXCELLENT INCOME for part-time home children $175 per month, 964.8404, 135 W. Call St. 9646305. BR, 2 BA, CH/A. LR S dining room 269.1080. 2tpd 8/14-21 4734367. 8/7 tfnchg

assembly work. For info call 8/14 2tpd 8/21 COPY MACHINES Canon-for rent or large kitchen brick porch, could be 3rd KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mobile Home, LAKE BROOKLYN WATERFRONT One

I 504.641.8003 Ext. 9579. 8/14 4tpd 9/4 FURNISHED 2 BR TRAILER window air sale. Canon home copier.. $799; Canon BR. Two car garage with radio door 14X70,' fully furnished CH/A, corner acre wooded lot. 17500. Call 473.7162
HOUSING REHAP SPECIALIST full-time central heat nice yard no pets $225 home or offfice.jcopieiv$999; Canon office c >nlrol. Nice yard with some fruit lot. 26000. C.B. Isaac Realty. after 5. 8/7 IlnchgSACRIFICE.MUS't .
position; position, funded through a per month plus dep. required. copier $1399. Rent to- own for OS trees. Separate utility bldg. Near Park 475.2199.8/14Ifnchg SELL Big Tree Lakes
state grant program; starting date: 9647047. 8/21 2tchg 8/28 little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP of the Palms. Shown by oppt. only. Call 1986- MX60MH-on one acre land 1000 1.3 acres, lightly' wooded sloped lol. ::;
1 I 9-15.86; must have at least 5 yrs. const 3 BR MH outside city limits. Adults only, 110 W. Call St., Starke. 9645764. 2/21 473.2429 after 5 p.m. 2tpd 8/14-21 gallon septic tank 4 Inch well located $1000 'down, $4300 balance $47
: experience Including project cost no Inside pets 964-7619 or 9648614. tfn 2 miles north of Keystone. Call ownerat month. 4733168. Itpd 8/21

estimating; duties include preparation 8/21 I ttchgADORABLE ELECTRONIC ORGAN: $49.99 per month. YARD SALE 4737770. 3tpd 8/14-28
of housing improvements/rehabilita TINY 2 BR HOUSE CH/A No down payment. Call 964.6946. tfn LAKE GENEVA WATERFRONT LOT 311
I carpeted corner lot fenced yard car FORD 3000 DIESEL 40 MH with deck large WORK WANTED
tion preparation of improvements TRACTOR. hp 3 pt. FRIDAY, 9-4 Cardinal Drive across from storage building
costs, supervision of contractor's work; port. 1 year lease deposit $300. hitch 1974 model. $2800 or trade. elementary school. Lots of good shade trees near public boat ramp. By
SITTING school
coordination of clearance project. Mail 9648073. 8/21 Itpd 6592678. (Marc) 8/14 2tpd 8/21 clothes. Men's sizes 38 8 40; ladies 16 owner. $36.000. 473-2331. 2tpd 8/21-28 High graduate willingto
3 BR. 2 BA MOBILE HOME on 1 acre lot. UPRIGHT PIANO cabinet 12X70 wit;. 6X12 EXPANDO 2 BR, 2 full babysit or care for elderly. Light
1 resume to: LINDA DAY, cIa CITY OF sewing 8 18; baby boys; girls 7-8, play pen
$225 per month 9644238. 8/21 machine and ladies baths all electric 3 ton AC. skirting. housekeeping. 473.4145. l Itchg 8/21
STARKE, PO DRAWER C, STARKE FL typewriter 2pc. sectional sofa, brown & beige in
32091 ; application deadline Is: 82886. TFNCHG Schwinn bicycle. Call 964.5680. 8/21 color A-I condition $375. plus lots Asking $6000. 4732152. 1 Itchg 8/21
MOBILE HOME LOT for single or double
I employer. 8/14 more. Itchg 8/21
Equal 1 ItchgSECRETARIALBOOKKEEPERCLERICAL opportunity wide on Griffis Loop, 964-8816. 8/21 TWO TELEVISIONS: 1.25, $25; 1.19", BROADWAY & WALTERS

: Itpd $10. Both work, 4681853. 8/21 Itpd
$50 1974 3-door 4
1 port-time position; position funded and Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker. ; Mustang ft************************************************** :
up. speed 47,000 miles. $750. 4734508. *
through a state grant; flexible hours; Removal
Owner at 964.5069 or 964.4048 TF 8/21 .7p.,
must have 2 yrs. exp. in typing bookkeeping : CYPRESS | *
and other clerical duties; CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: for rent. On SPECIAL, 19 ft. Shasta travel Trimming

must be able to type 5OCWPM. Mall Highway 16 W. Close to prison. trailer. Good cond., gas or elec. : and : Stump Removal
964-7530 or 4681323. 10/10 Tlchg
1000. Location NE 20th
to LINDA DAY, c/o CITY OF Street
resume FURNISHED efficiencies and mobile Starke, off RT 16 East. (Paul I Firewood
homes inside & .
city weekly monthly.JO
STARKE FL 32091; application deadlineis ) Pauline Norman. 8/21 Itpd Free Estimate
LU Motel 8 MH Park. 964.8810. 6/5
8-28-86 Equal opportunity' employer. 1977 TRAVEL TRAILER fully self- .
8/14 Itchg GRAHAM AREA 1 BR house with five contained with generator $3800. | You pick-up or We Deliver ; 473.7097.473.7679

CASE MANAGER Duties: responsiblefor acres. $225 month. Call 4732417 or 964.7061 or 9647578. 8/21 2tchg 8/28

complete client case records Including 4732568. ltpd 8/21 MOTOR HOME 1973, 20 ft., Winnebago i Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery 3 After 5 P.M.

home visits, assessment fully contained new tires clean in excellent 4
documentations & case plans. Supervision NOTICE cond. 964.8816. 8/21 Itpd Cypress Lumber 5 Keystone Heights

of service delivery staff and subcontractors WATER HEATER; twin bedroom suite; 100 i Licensed & Insured

(Both home delivered CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub amp electrical box; antique fireplace It 964-6649 "n

Meals and congregate) Qualifications: mitted to the Bradford County mantle; misc. items. Call 964-7682 or y..*...........*...........*.....*....*...*.*......
Sat. 10.12
see at 323 N. Walnut.
Degree In Social work, previous experience Telegraph office in writing and paid in 8/21
In working with the elderly. advance unless credit is already 1 Itchg. AWETRAMIrUmLAGEVT
Must be a resident of Bradford County. established with this office. HOME CANNING JARS: quarts 8 pints.

l Have some nutrition training and ex THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE Behind. ERA Realty off 301 South. Ph.
964 6250. 8/21 FOR SALE
perience. Deadline for applying: HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Itchg.

August 22, 1986, 4.30p.m.: Please send CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER CHICKEN HOUSE MATERIAL 1 group $5 Fill Dirt Soil Tractor
resume to Suwannee River Economic THE TELEPHONE. per foot I group $3 per foot. 964.6182or Top Work ,

f Council Inc.. P.O. Box 70. Live Oak Classified deadline is TUESDAY. 9645823. tfn Backhoe Bulldozer
Fla., 32060 Attention: Frances L. NOON prior to Thursday publication. 17 FT. TRAVEL TRAILER Fully self. ,

Terry Executive Director Salary: $4.53 Minimum, charge Is 15 words for $3.50, contained Excellent cond. Call rz.trrt! 96461829645823
$6.70/hr. 8/14 Itchg then 15 cent for each word thereafter 473-3216 days; 473.3296 evenings. r
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MEN & WOMEN PLAN TO BUILD Call about a lot 3 Retail SpacesFor : TOUR GUIDE i
good location./ *
DIRT POSTAL JOBS Walnut St.. Beautifully decorated 3 '

Watson Realty Corp. has a few start at $390 per week rooms 2 desks console storage MM mi Kaon RMMmucuiMinuu

vacancies for qualified Sales TOP SOIL FEDERAL JOBS shelves coffee area 1 1,000, 1,250 8. 2,750 .q. ft. .

I Associates. If you are, or have con.sldered GS- 5 j.i/6 per week Hwy 301 S, M rumen tanimma

a career In Real Estate, we GS- 6 $308 per week! FLORILANDREAITY Across From The New : NKinir. usHmwtt FT,FL

I need to talk. Please call for a confidential DRAIN FILL OS- 7 $342 per week
Wal-Mart Center
Interview to determine If OS- 8 $379 per week Shopping X.C.T.TRAVEL SCHOOL

you can be a part of the "Winning G5. 9 $419 per week 964-7700 '1-800-432-3004
Team. 473-7653 or 4752272. ROCK GS-10 $461 week 964-8848
per AeorerilYe/ftewfer
i 393 N. Temple Ave.Vernle MOO
; WMSiw SERVICE EXAMSHome P. Odom Broker-GRI tin *................. lit
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POST OFFICE Preparation For; .5 AC-301 So. 476' Road Frontage BUSINESSOPPORTUNITY; :

CAll 'MECHANICS .CLERICAL 01 I AC WITH WELL-owner will hold 432--loke Butler-7 ac., 2 BR. 2BA

Write 'INSPECTORS mtg. mobile, 2 stocked ponds creek, will .
S Include Phone No. .
lOTS-Grariam Arta.I split.
Notional Training Service Inc. mobile, sheds lake
P.O. Box 538 AC and larger. 1430-1 Acre FASUlOSTOP; is !

SAVE $ $ With Cherry Hill I New Jersey 08003 ,oAS LOTS-Dalewooif IS HOUSE-S13.SOO.. High 1 Dry. *access.429--4 BR, 2 BA, 6 ac. 2 hookups, developing a new .
fre' ((1.800.524.2515)
'* s/Tatpdi2t" reduced I shopping pla/a
** 4U35--mobile, (covered). small bldg
< cent to their ''
s'\fC'\Oes Homes Beautiful
/l1g for comm. use fronts state. road Htj\.1
100E. 11\\')'. 301 ( across

l Tilt- Carpet (Any $ 'iyi 95 ScotchganlCleaning 1436.Going unbelievable Day Care Busmess, -good high school) '
WINDOWS Room gross selling price
Ini 1H-- AYal $23 000. ONLY; TWOKKTAIl. :
& Hall ble
Also i43.20 ac.. 2 stocked pond, fenced Oil OFFICE
I near Little' Santo Fe privacy plus! :
Florida & Co.
nor e Siding e Soffit & Fasciae Carpet Cleaning Dye' lolw: Lovely homesife. SI-ACESI'(' !left :

I PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERE We have other listings on acreage Available for
e Awning e Screen Rooms mobile, occupancy ..
parcels apartment parks
f ,Pr e Carport Brick or Stone We specialize in cleaning and re-dyeing of wall lo wall carpet, furniture clean- or sites, avaUuhlff. b)' INIid-June! w

Cleaning Ing and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality !! REALTY Don't miss out on this :

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learn Auto mechanics, brick and
masonry, welding small gas engine or
marine engine repair or electronics; In

t Cub Scout News Church for an evening of learningand call clones 752-1822 at LCCC.Ext.For 2)4.)mar.Day Information and night

fUlr fellowship. Our special program HORSES classes begin soon 1tchrgB21NOTICE
News from Cub Pack 673, by their in July was at Northwest Baptist
Den Leader Ms Julie Morris i Church where we were guest of Mrs.
Registered PaInt for .01..3-112
Can you believe that a gourp of and Mrs. Dampier. During the program years old, 16 hands Gelding high. Excellent
young men can have time 'I Love America' learned
a great we pleasure horse, gentle. Best offer Call
visiting Brdford Hospital and about our flag and why we celebratethe 496.2340 tchrg 821COMMERCIAL
Whispering Pines Care Center? We 4th of July. The boys became CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should/ be submitted
did The boys made Bobcat Wood much more aware of the meaning of to the Union County Times office
Plaques and presented them to all their flag and what freedoms they In writing and paid In advance
unless credit Is establishedwith
the for already
men Father's Day Nothing have. PROPERTY this office.
means as much as giving a little bit July 8 and 26 we had a car wash at THE
of yourself and the Community State Bank. The
boys had cut proceeds RESPONSIBLE! FOR MISTAKES IN
sandpapered varnished and painted are to help buy uniforms and CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
these plaques just to give for to defray costs to Seaworld. Thank AND WAREHOUSE SPACE THE TELEPHONE
rs Father's Day Gifts. The patients enjoyed you for all those who had their car Located In Union County Times Classified, deadline Is TUESDAY,
giving love to the boys in washed. Thank you to the bank for building. Call for Information. NOON, prior to Thursday publication.
return. Some of them were shockedat the use of their lot and thank you 4962261. tin. Minimum charge is '15 words for$3.50
.. .- c .'";/ ......._....rZ.,4. .rxdP _" i the amount of hugs and kisses VITO's for donating a pizza to the then 15 cents breach word theruaftor.

Give they received.We workers.. INSURANCEMAINES
Plaques... spent a weekend at Gold Head The volunteer work for the com
Cub Pack 673 presented plaques they had made to the men at the State Park where we enjoyed camp- munity has been to clean up the area INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E.
hospital and nursing home for Father's Day this year. Tigers with their ing swimming hiking and of course, around TG&Y. As hot as it has been, Main Street, Lake Butler, 4963978. REAL ESTATE
plaques are Mack Williams Anthony Bright.Chad Dee and Adrian Dom- EATING. you know how determined these Complete Insurance Service. 2tfree OUT OF AREA
mon. Every Thesday evening we join boys are to do something to improveour 4/10, 17 then tInCARSTRUCKS
Other Tigers not shown are Randy Davis, DcWiiync Henderson Jason ho youth at Plnchill Methodist community.
Charles 1 lender son.
? If I don't have it, I'll find it. Just

Our Classified( Ads wrap more fish, line' more"hire I cages, and go in more dog pens than any other 1969 Chevy half-ton pick up V8 standard 496.2126 ask JANE or 4962903.S. USHER.eves REALTOR."YOUR

shift, $650 4311723. I Itpd 8/21. UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tin
newspaper in the 'ar 'd'.." They well! "''more cars, re lit i'e'apiittniehi"s" than' any other'

product. The proof-is in the performance... FOR SALE
'WANTED lake homes I.ok.lots. try STARTERS RENT Union CountyTlmes. 150 Knitting Machine 891 Knit King 4 months
AUJaMOT'VI.DIISIL'IINI"NaUITI'AL' KANE CYCLE Main Street, Lake Butler Phone old. Electronic carriage. Coll 496.1361
'WANTING Homes with awn.rfinancing. '
REPAIR 496-2261 for Information tfn or 4963574. Itchrg 8/21
964-6305. (i OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE Plants We still have beautiful caladlums.
'WANTED Homes. with ocr.o 9 e. ., US 301 N 964.5805 located In Union County Times Buildingat $1, $2 and $5. Contrary Mary's Garden.
WANTED 1 5 ocr. lot*. SR-121 Lacrosse. 462-1561 1 8,21
OPEN Friday & Saturday 9-7 150 West Main. Call 4962261. for tchrg
WANTED lots with well A septic more Information. tfn 2.1/4 Acres Mlddleburg with or without

tank. WANTED iouiAtom SOLINOIOSilUIlt 964-5274 Two bedroom one bath: mobile home mobile home. 14x70 3 bdrm, 2 bth.
.WANTEDi Land owners who would : .MPAIIIIOIICM free cable TV $175 a month plus $50 Perfect location By owner. $37,500
l likoto.ellinIto5acr.parcels. Dependable Respectable, DOMSITIC IZ r= ,, security deposit. Call 7523138. Itchg. w/mh or $26,500 wlthout/mh. ((904)
FOR SALE THREE BEDROOM on. bath, furnished 468.1302 after 6 p.m. 1 tchrg 8/21
TWO BEAUTIFUL HOMES In Crystal Roommate to share doublewlde NEW TECHNICIAN IN OUR hou... Central heat and air. South of

Lake homesltes.W. mobile home off Bayless Hwy. SHOP TO TAKE CARE OF Lake Butler for $300 a month, plus
PRATT ST.I 3 BR, 1 BA CH/A. '150. a month plus half utilities YOUR NEEDS. WE LOOK FOR ( deposit. Land also available. Call HELP WANTED
NORTHWOOD S/Di 3 BR, 2 BA, L 1-262-1791 or 13721953. 7/24 6tpd
CH/A, 1,674 sq. ft. Call 964-4760 pm f or app t. WARD TO SERVING YOU.

'CR 225 3 BR, 1 BA, CH/A 1 ac., PERSONAL SERVICESNeed live-In :housekeeper. Unencumbered,
$38.500. B.&M. salary, free room and board. Call
2 BR, 1 BA CH/A, 1 ac, STARTER 4GEN *TORrr) e Parts e Repairs Babysitter for 2 children, 15 496.3700.8/14 tfn/chg.

$28.500. MUSCADINE GRAPES 231 E. WASHINGTON, STARKE | Discount Price for months and 4 years Mon.-Frl. 496.3316 ages Salesperson for Stanley Degreaser andother
'GRAHAM RANCHER: Over 1,800 sq. U-Pick We Pick after 6 1 8/21 Stanley home and personal care
or on order ./1'' a.t, 94 Tires & Batteries p.m. tchrg products. Earn 45
percent profit Name
ft., CH/A. .
Mon-Thur 7:30-1 p.m. your own income. For more details call
.q. Frt-Saf 7:30-4: p.m. WORK WANTED 4962432. 1 Itchrg 8/21
ft., CH/A. Closed Chain: saw, lawn mower and small
'LAKE BUTLER: Over 1,300 sq. ft., 3 SundayBR
2 BA across from school. MOVING MOVING MOVINGMUST Typing personal or buslnesi. Fast, engine mechanic. Only experiencedneed
Rental Income Properly For Sale Longneckers 4 miles West oflIATIlEWSREALTY dependable, low rates Terry Hall, R apply.8 J Sow Shop 496.2534 Worthington, 8 a.m.5p.m. Spr
462-4177 after 6 and weekends.
Melrose or 2 mile East of SELL p.m. ings. 7/17/tfn
Pickup and delivery available 4tpd
Orang. Heights 1.7 miles
441 W. Madison North: (Co. Road 1469)) Furniture applicones, tools, closing:, riding I 8/21.9/11
Starke. FL32091 Certified Nurses Assistant will stay In HOMES
REALTOR: 964-4469 i'' Sign mower, draperies, carpets, washer & dryer, four | home with elderly or handicapped. Excellent .

,\noc.Harold Epps 964-6616 Day Hours 4682483Mteinooni upholstery machines, many misc. ,'Items. C. R. Hut- references Call 4962340. Government Homes from $1 (U repair).
......_...._...__._-,.. 475.1 151 or 473-2702 cheson. From Starke take CR 2tchrg 821828 Delinquent tax property. Repossessions.
229W approx. 5 miles, Barnett Mobil. Home Repairs and move Call
1(805)687.6000( ) Ext. H-1136.
| turn right on NW 37th St. Follow sign. ing.tchrg 1 Call 8/21 Richard Barnett 496-3255 for current repo list 7/31 8tpd. 9/18

D. H. CONCRETESUB Saturday, August 23, 1986

CONTRACTOR .n .. .. .
AJM'" HOUSE'SLAB, SIDEWALK, LCCC Fall Semester Starting Enroll now
for Industrial Education, Career Education Persian Female Cot- Saturday, Aug.
DRIVE WAYS, PATIOS Roberts Real Estate University Parallel Business 16, out Providence/ Road just past

; FREE ESTIMATES 986 N. Tempi Ave. Stark., FL Education classes and more call Rivers residence. Light: yellow coloring.
7521822. tchrg 821MOBILE REWARDI! 496.3409ltpd 8/21

,'.'; PH. 468-1327 964-6262
INSURED COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301 WISE UP I

,. WORKMANS COMP.SUPERMARKET $50,000. Call Todayl I 1983 champion:. Mobile Home 14x70 3
> 31 21 c 8 3) Be A Nlg.t! Owl and learn lawn mower
mobile home. bdrm 2 bth. .
ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewlcto Only $500 downallum.paym.nt.
r .. $170 month. Excellent and outboard motor repair at LCCC on
$75,000. Owner terms possible. condition. Can be per moved or will sell Wed. nights 3.hr. class runs for 12
CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath central heat & air. with property. ((904)) 468-1302 after 6 weeks For more Information call
Reduced to $35,000. p.m. llchrg 8/21 752.1822 Ext. 239 llchrg 8/21

a 640 ACRES Excellent developmentproperty; In a rapidly

growing area of Clay county. Priced to cell at less that $1200

acre I 11. .
DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath on 1 acre. $23,000.

SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. 11000.

EQUIPMENTFormer .38 ACRE FARM Northwest of Starke, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bath RENTAL HOMES

frame with outbuildings, CH/A

( Pantry Pride Supermarket) .10 ACRES Pecan grove, no improvements. 1 2 and 3 Bedroom All-Electric

FORSYTH ROAD 5 Acres plus, no improvements, 640 ft. Close to hospital, schools, prisons
frontage on road. 2.9 acres with older 'mobile home, well,


400 West Madison George W. Robert. Jr. Broker PLAYGROUND BASKETBALL

964-6058 Evenings CARPOOLS PRIVATE

Tills: Is a complete piece by piece liquidation of all equipmentused Terry A. Gaines, CSM SIIle.manl Approl..r SR 121 Lake Butler 496-2366

In tie: operation of this former Pantry Pride Supermarket.All ?64- 181 ,Evenings

Items sell for the: :highest: dollar bid at absolute.auction..no

minimum.no_reserves. Check: this partial list: > ----,

301 South HaJidl'Houses .
84' Produce ((3)) pallet, jacks Hwy
44' Dairy 12 x 16 cool. mminmwu
72' Fresh: meat (30)) stock trucks No Down Payment
((29)) 30" glass doors 60" Am.rlcan BalerHobart I
12' smoke meal tenderlier
60' wide Island frozen food 5 Hp Hobart saw Many Sizes and Styles
12' Hutsman B9D dairy Hobart 3000 with! 'ILA
Barbecue King warmer 14 x 20 meat cooler
8' steam table 8x10 cooler JANE USHER 964-8848
12' Hill dell Bx 18 cooler r
lealtor +
You Union County
((3)) Structural Concept dry bakery cases ((10)) cooler racks tfn EveningsS60W..autler
496-2126 496-2903
Refrigerator ((4)) produce stock trucks or
8x8 cooler ((20)) chicken dolly. ; 964-4073 473-3627
Hobart 20 qr. mixer ((26)) lug racksHollymatlc _
Berkel sllcers grinder' 7 1/2 HP, FOR SALI
Super System Deluxe w(4)) Toledo 8400 scale, electronic
B 10 x 16 cooler 'IDEAL LOCATION, 15 min. to G'vllle.: L. City, L. Butler Alochuo. S High
ovens refrigeratorSS Hobort 3000 wlabeler Spring Lovely country telling surrounds this' very very n.at and cornier--. MAl N ES REAL ESTATE
hot fruit trees, equipment
3-cornpartment sink door Ice maker wIce bag unit table home and 3.25 acres.This well kept property
6' s/s tableDouble pole barn. Suitable lor small form operation.
Barbecue King revolving oven HARRIETT MAINES REALTOR
Cent. H/A and wall to wall
Glenco refrigerator dispenser (juke mochandl..rDonut 'WALK TO TOWN from this two story home. ,
makeup station w/ wall proofer 8 x 14 cooler carpet. Needs minor repairs. Must see to appreciate EAST
Scissors lift 'WORTHINGTON SPRINGS Three or four bedroom horn. Cent. H/A. One t ".
H.nny Penny fryer electric SR. 121. 1/2 acre to 2 acres available. Priced right to sell
block off up
merchandiser door
Starrett Ice wglass
2 stove wgriddle *
eye Owner transferred, must sell. ,
((2)) poly tap tables 618' shelving '40 ACRESProperty located In Union County. With rolling terrain and from ra m
((19)) air cooled Copeland *
3 roll wrap three roads, this property has numerous home sights and can be easily 904-496-3978
Items too to Ilitl ting
Hobart 'Many mare numerous
scale *
1140 printer
sub.divided. Parcel may also be sold In 20/20. Owner finance. -
Jet spray 16 x 16 freeier wfloor WORTHINGTON SPRINGS 1.8 acre tract off Little Springs Road Wooded, FOR SALE LAKE BUTLER

SALE SITE: The auction will be held at the: farmer Pantry Pride BUSINESS septic tank OPPORTUNITY and well. Owner Business/commercial finance. property building In city J3 BR., 1 1/2 BA., block home, I low 30's

Supermarket 400 West Madison, In Starke, FL. limits of Lake Butler. Some financing available to qualified buyer. Could be | 3 BR., 2 BA., block central H/AC, (low 40's

TERMS: Cash: cahsler's: check: or company approved check. used for several businesses, with plenty of parking space ovloloble. 13 BR., 2 BA., central I H/AC, b r I come, fenced, mid40s
INSPECTION: One day prior, all day. .HAVI3TOSacr..avallabl.wlthawn.r.auloftown&n..to..II.Sa'n.
available. Has assumable loans too. Coll today for oppt. to see.
INFORMATION: Call, Sale Manager, Tommy Breedlove In Cov ,
,HAVI 2 VA HOMES with ossumobl.loans.Proper down payment needed SEVERAL CHOICE BUILDING LOTS, approx. 2 acres
Ington, GA ((404)) 7862312. to qualify only. No credit report or loan closing cost needed. /.
In size.LARGE.

HUDSON AND MARSH ALL [, INC.RIALTOHS JANE S. USHER, Realtor jthington Springs Area
iMntf iHW jr OCItllOCI lAiJZJSi 1 1tUlrrlONI 496-2126 or 496.2903 Eyes. MOBILE HOME LOTS for rent in Union.County, Lake'

IJ05M3I-ISSS "Your Union County REALTOR" I Butler and Worthington Springs.



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K.v:Murk. KrluJlin: parts to the men in the field who control by telling us when certain ,
li(". Stall WriterA need them faster and more efficiently supplies are low or others that may
new, computerized military ," commented Warrent Officer be overstocked, and !for accounting a
parts and supply distribution center Kick Hall from the DSU Class 9 of. purposes," Officer Hall said. "It's a '
IK nearing completion on Edwards fice at Camp Blanding. "We already real job keeping track of all the ti t rr
Road in Starke which will serve Na- have an inventory of 3,100 different parts we use without the new
tional Guard units across the state. parts and the new center has the system, I can tell you from ex
The new building houses Class 9 capability to expand the number of perience." ; ,
repair parts (everything needed by terminals in the near future." The new center currently has, 1 4 I l
the guard and regular army units in eight full-time employees,a number >
l training except aviation materials) The mobile units are large vans which increases to 38 with the addi-
I and is equipped with 10 mobile unitsto which will be stored behind the new tion of part time staffers during Annual c uwrI
service and repair tanks, electronic center and stocked for the field in a Training at Camp Blanding and
communications equipmentand oversized loading bay behind the during weekend drills. .
an inventory of over 3,000 items building. Each van is capable of servicing The new center will undergo I
1 needed to make AT's (annual train- many different and unrelated another expansion of its capabilitiesin
ing sessions) and weekend drills run pieces of military hardware at the near future,according to War- "' '
as smoothly as possihh-l Camp Blanding and other training rant Officer Hall, when every Na- '
areas and dealing: with many dif tional Guard Armory in the state is
The new building will be equippedwith ferent, unrelated problems encountered scheduled to receive new PC's
a new Honeywell master com on one trip.away from the (personal-sized computer terminals
puter system equipped with three new center. ) which will upgrade the link is I
separate terminals to speed up the with the new supply center
i process of parts requests from the Back at the now building, the new statewide (with the exception of a a
field and acquisition. The system Honeywell computer will be quietlyand small area in Southwest Florida)
will eventually have a direct link to efficiently keeping track of each and give the system a unique flex- Finishing Touches... P. >* by J. tuii0l
guard headquarters in St. part that goes into the field and is ibility and it's operators the abilityto A Trlesl Construction worker (ton ladder) furthersthe cess and distribution of parts vital to operations will be
either used there or returned for keep track of inventory and parts I
Augustine, speeding the communications greatly Increased.
completion of the new National Guard computer
i link between the new another task on the next trip out.The requests over a much larger area
center on Kdwurds Road The Juard's control over at-
center and units in the field even computer will also function as a sort than before.
mare..l of "master bookkeeper" according "This is a big step in the right
to Warrant Officer Hall. direction," Officer Hall commented."We .
.l are all excited about the Last Chance to Shop Our. .
"This new center will give us "The major function of the new capability the new center will giveus.
i ( much better flexibility to get the computer will be in the area of stock ."

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: i Foreign Friendship...

'. .: I From; Page 1 !Mexican children- had some America via the Tampa airport. Let the Right Turn
_ "Roland and Magadlena Reagan knowledge of English. He also was
I:;I from Starke participated in the program an area representative for Foreign According to Ms. Lyons, it is not apply the finishing touches
""i for a second year. Mr. Reagan Friendship.The too early to sign up for nextsummer's
.;" teaches Spanish at Bradford High Foreign Friendship program on your school wardrobe
: .i School and this year offered conver- Reagan's son, Rocio, hosted Anyone interested in learningmore with these fantastic prices.RIGHT .
sational Spanish classes to area Ingrid Kupfer Dominguez about the program may con
I children and families. Most of the The Mexican children arrived in tact her at 4751082.
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'1,' "I Bill's C.B. Radios Sleeveless Sleeveless Lifeguard

Shirt Shirt Jams
Electronic & Communications '
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964-6897 101 B Edwards Road : $499 $399 $999Chans
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Lee & Levis Cherokee Black

' Don't Wait Until the Last Minute to get Your Radios, Pullovers Jeans Jeans

Special Frequencies, Etc.

REPAIRED OR INSTALLED $999 $1799 $1699

We Now Have Super Star We Have a Full Line of
120's/360's Formax, of Antennas Vlenna Pants
Connex 480 Channel Also Cobra Radios

AM & FM Special Prices Don't Walt Get It Now! $ 1 7 99 Jack Edward ECkdahl Funler D.L Alan,DeSue Sapp Edmond Johnson

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= The Working Man's Friend

Number One on U.S. 301 Starke Florida
Telephone 964-7500 .
D Gainesville 372-0103 Jacksonville 282.4522
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14 Dr. Sedan ?,?,,

Down $535 Monthly $99H Pmt $595MfflIV$215l

R:. } Pmt Pmt UI V-8, A/C, AT, PS Rear Step Bumper Gauges, Tug
RENT A MOVIESaturday I SN 2143, Tinted Glass Split Bench Seat, A/C, Tone Paint Grey & Black.
| A/T, PS, PB, Tu Tone Paint, Vinyl Top $9915
plus freight, tax & tag
$9990 plus freight, tax & tag

Aug. 30 HEY! IMPORT BUYERSChevrolet

has Imported from Toyota the 1986

Nova at a lower price and better equipped.y

Bring BackTuesday Down Payment $458 Nova 4-drN IlhblcNS aNMonthly

i 4 Locations Payment 188 ,8B65 plus tax & tag

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Keystone Hgts 84 C-10 Pickup 85 C-10 Pickup 85 Ciera Olds 84 ford XLT F150
29,000 miles, Y-B, Long Wheel Base, Sedan, AT, AC, SN 3185, Loaded,
473-2477 ''y AT, AC PS, PB Y-8, AC, PS, PR, AT PS, PB, Stereo 5.7 Liter Eng.
SN 3226 SN 4082 SN 2075 SN 3185
Middleburg $6800 $6688 $7800 $7800

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