Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 28, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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north will be forces In the weather this weekend. I I I. ,, ', 'I,. I
There is a 60% chance of rain from 9 a.m. to noon today (ThursSECTION B: 14 Pog.. I. I,
day, Aug. 28)), diminishing to 40% Friday. Highs will be In the 80s or SFCC Opening' Day. . . . .IB I I Ipli
low 90s, lows around 70 degrees. Ar.o D.oihi. . . . . 3B "
Extended outlook Friday-Sunday calls for scattered daily ac- KM Art F.itivol. . . . .... J ,
cumulation of showers and thunderstorms. It could rain all Chris' Compb.ll . . . .SB ,. I I
weekend. Political Rallies. . . i.T-M :,
A high of 94 and a low of 71 degrees was recorded Wednesday by Clasdn.ds! ".!IB >': #'

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Rainfall the past week has been mostly slight and scattered. The Sweetest Strawberries I This Side of Heaven

July, averaging 7.99 inches of rain, August 8.10, and June's 7.07 SECTION ci B Pog.. 108th Year STARKE FLORIDA 25 Cents
are usually the three wettest months of the year. Boy Scouts. . . . . . ic 6th Issue Thursday, August 28, 1986 USPS 062-700 Copy

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noting Tuesday is Voting Day, Turnout UnpredictableIt's

so quiet that it's anybody's their voter registration card sent Two ot the 3-way races are for between appointed incumbent Len district, the so-called black district,
guess how many people will go to the them recently to tell where to vote school board seats. In District 2, Schlofman and Scott Roberts. without an incumbent when it
polls next Tuesday, Sept. 2, in this under the new single member which stretches into the west The District 4 county commissionseat redistricted to meet conditions required -
"off-year" election to vote on officesof district system. Sample ballots are Lawtey area, the school board seatis vacated by CommissionerE.W. to give blacks better chance p "
Flu Shots... a U.S. senator, a U.S. con- shown in this edition of The being sought by incumbent Judy Hodges, who chose not to run to be elected. Scott, who is black, is 'I.>'
gressman Florida governor, state Telegrapn, with precinct number Becker, James (Cobbie) Wain- for re-election after 12 years on the the only person to qualify for the \AI
Influenza vaccine immunizationsare cabinet officers,a circuit judge, plus listed. wright, and Raymond Durban. In board is sought by Bill Alderman, district which has a 52.7 percent ma- ::
available from 1-4 p.m. each four county races.Candidates On the county level, three school District 5, which stretches from Joe Riddick, and Harold E. Waters. jority in population and a 52.5 percent "'',
Friday at the Bradford County say they can't tell how board seats and one county commis Starke westward to the Brookerarea edge in black voters based on ;.
Health Department on N. ChurchSt. the races are going, that if sion seat are set with 11 candidates there is a 3-way school board Two Get By... the 1980 census. ,
in Starke. everybody who promised would vote vying for the honors to be handed out race between incumbent J.T. Par- Two candidates got by the qualify County Commission Chairman }
Persons who should take the for them, they'd go in easily. The In the Sept 2 first primary election. rish, Evelyn Chastain, and Carolyn ing period without opposition: E.L. (Nook) Norman, 55, also got by **
shots include those with chronic elections office is not even predic- Three races feature three can Spooner.In Accountant Jimmy Scott is unop-- without opposition for his District:; 2 ,{'

disorders and considered to be at ting a turnout percentage.The didates, making a run-off election a District 3, which runs eastward posed for the District 1 school board (See Election....>.2A)
moderate to great ris': of influenza. 7,545 voters should consult possibility. from Starke,there is a two-man race seat. The school board left that
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Thomas, administrator in charge of i ::,t ";;?.'PhY i.k,
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at the Bradford-Union Vo-( 301 Strips
Tech Center in Starke. Class hours:
7:30: 9:30: p.m. at Bradford Middle .
School. Cost: $15 per semester. The 301 Beautification Committee '
Ages 1692. of the Starke-Bradford Chamber of
..... For more info, phone the Vo-Tech( Commerce will continue to solicit '.
Center, 964-6150. f donations to re-landscape the me- ,
f, dian strips along US301.
- Three US-301 median strips and :
i Have A Heart... the triangular median at Madison >*y .
A special square dance is set (SR-100)) and Water Streets have .. ..
September 6 to raise funds to been landscaped.

defray medical expenses for two ., h Two medians are landscaped on .
H_ children, Adam Hardy who has US-301 north, and one large one at I 11
cancer, and Chris Campbell, who Jackson Building Supply and the
has a rare skin disease.A Bradford Restaurant on US-301
dozen callers, including Jerry ., south, and the small triangular one
Barrett, Bob Belanger, Bill /t/ at the power plant. ;i..!
Chesnut, Jim Duncan, Ken Perez, h ,, Work on the medians is being done.
Lon Liggon, John Robbins and y rJ ?NI by prison inmates from Lawtey Correctional f'IIl.I
others, have agreed to call the Institution and the New
square dance set in the gym and j \ $ River Annex affiliated with the '
cafeteria of Bradford Middle Reception and Medical Center in
School. A workshop is set from 4-6 1'f Lake Butler, but located in Bradford
:' p.m., with mainstream and plus County across from to Florida State
:_ level square; dancing from 811. Prison. The plants arc bought from
r' Admission is $8 per couple. local prisons and from the Raiford
Visitors welcome. 6r s .. Industrial Complex. Lawtey Correc-
3 aq4i tional Institution has also supplied
I. inmates.
Band Parents... Marjorie Thomson of the Starke
Woman's Club is the major fund
:.1 First meeting of the 86-87 school raiser in the project. Starke MayorCharles
year for the Band Parents of BHS Schaefer buys the plant.:
.:'. band members is set at 7 p.m. and coordinates the project. Chair-
' tonight (Thursday, Aug. 28) in the man of the 301 Beautification Pro- \
. BHS band room. ject is attorney Reggie Flynn
J "This effort has Been successful
'?;; Track Boosters.. because of the cooperation from the
City of Starke, Department! of 1
;. Persons interested in forming a Correction, the Woman's Club, the j
Bradford Track Booster's Club are Chamber of Commerce and, most of
:,; invited to a meeting set Monday, Trekking Back to School... all, the merchants and citizens
. Sept. 8, at 7 p.m. in the Middle whose generous donations made it
.' School gym.Clothes. Bradford High students return to possible," Chairman Flynn says.
classroom: Monday Aug. 23, after the The Chamber of Commerce would
" Available... summer vacation. The students are like to thank the following con-
Free clothing and shoes for entering the back of the high school from tributors for their help: Reggie

chi'dren 2-16 years of age of low in- the bus debvarkation point on Flynn, Evelyn Stump Griffin, Lillian
come families is available at the Washington Street. Stump, Majorie Thomson, Orian

$t RJE Complex today (Thursday Here We Go Again... Wells, D.W.Whiffen, Jackson
. Aug. 28) from 9 a.m.-noon and 1-4 Building Supply, Ruth Merlie, Harry
;Ii!; p.m. For more info, contact Wanda N Rodney Mosley and Yolanda Clark arrive Gruen, Leonard Schlofman Dr. J.E.
ofI Middleton, phone 964-7817. for a day of school at Bradford High. Denmark, Community State Bank of
tII; w' Football fans might get familiar with Starke, Florida National Bank at
Upcoming... Rodney :Mosley this year. The sophomoreis Starke Stump's Dept. Store, Brad
a running back on the BITS football ford Furniture, PepOService Sta-
I The Zoning Board of Starke is ,, 1 71w : team. tion, H.L. Dye, Jax Liquors, Com
set to meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, munity State Bank, Davis, Monk &
Aug. 28. Farnsworth Co., Sheriff Dolph Ite.l-
.,. Parents Night for the Bradford Mrr dish, Betty Ann Phillips, CPA Jobie
High football team is set at 7 p.m. 4t White, CPA Eddie Douglas, attorney
, tomorrow night (Friday, Aug. 29) 4s A 1 I t Terence Brown, Denmark Fur-
in the BUS gym. Cheerleaders and r ? niture, attorney Richard Welty
football players, both varsity and s Esther Hall, Property Appraiser
JV, will be In uniform and will be Jimmy Alvarez Wiley Clark Ter-
introduced, Head Coach David willegar Motors, Betty Anne
Hurse will address the parents, anda Phillips, Bradford Hospital, County
scrimmage will follow. Clerk Gib Brown, C.R. Smith Jr.,
-Political rallies are set tonight Jerry Patton, Carl Hurst Exxon Ser-
\ (Thursday, Aug. 28, in Hampton; vice, Winn-Dixie, Mitchell's Drug
Friday, Aug. 29, in Lawtey, and Store, Stevenson Construction Co.,
Saturday, Aug. 30, in Theressa. See Jerome Johns, Joann Copeland,
this edition for details. Fleet Finance, Leila's Dress Shop,
Monday, Sept. 1, is Labor Day. Sandra Norman, Lila Rae Yawn, I
( Have a safe holiday. Enjoy it. Bradford County Telegraph, at-
L, The second and final public torney Eugene Shaw, Torod Oil Co,, I
k.,: hearing on the 1986-87 budget of the Register Oil Co., attorney Dudley
City of Starke is set at 7 p.m. Tuesday Hardy Roberts Insurance, Judge
Sept. 2. It is also the regular George Pierce, Starke Rotary Club,
first Tuesday meeting of the city Dimple's Style Shop.Jerry Patten.
commission.The Ace Hardware has agreed to
second and final public donate plants for the project.
hearing on the 1986-87 budget of the

Thursday Bradford ,County Sept. 4 Commission, at 8 p.m. in is the set 3,950 Students Return to School

courthouse.The .
regular montly meeting of It was a smooth opening for the class is a double handful," says Duncan said. High school atten-
the Bradford County Commission is some 3,950 students who began the Supt. Duncan. dance is expected to settle down 3 Political Rallies
set at 9:30: a.m. Monday, Sept. 8. 19B6-87 school, term Monday, Aug. 25, After just three days of school, around 1,050 or 1,060.
The meeting is on the second Mon- in Bradford County. Southside Elementary with 616 "
day, rather than the usual first Some 150 fewer students reported students reporting was farthest off "It's a jigsaw puzzle, says Supt.

Monday because of the Labor Day than was projected, but Superintendent the 650 projection. Duncan. Set This WeekendAll
holiday. Jim Duncan expects atten- 661 students reported to Starke
The second and final public dance to come closer to projections Elementary, just four off the 665 pro( Open Houses...
hearing on the 1986-U7 budget of the after the Labor Day holiday. jected. Every school has scheduled an All candidates, :state: District, and County are invited to speak at
Bradford School Board is set at 7 32 kindergarteners and 33 first Lawtey Ele. has 408 students, two open house to which parents are in- three politcal rallies set at Hampton, Lawtey, and Theressa the next
p.m. Monday, Sept. 8, in the Administration graders reported at Hampton over preschool projections,but Prin- vited to meet the teachers of their
building. Elementary where there is just one cipal Buddy Paterson is expectingmore children and to learn more about the will be allowed five minutes to speak. State and area
The second and final public has K class allowed to speak whenever they arrive because
teacher per class. At Brooker Ele. next week. LE a school. candidates will be
hearing on the 1986-87 budget of the there are only 16 kindergartners and with 29 students. other
City of Hampton is set at 7 p.m. 16 fourth graders. The fifth grade is 215 students reported to HE, 29 The HSSKfe Is reset for tonight (Thursday Aug. 28) at the
house dates set a 7 :
Open are p.m. will cost $2.50.
Monday, Sept. 8 in city hall. The large K A catfish and hushpuppies
loaded at Starke and Southside more than projected. BMS 4. city park on SR-18.
Thursday Sept.
The bloodmobile is scheduled contrast with Speaking begins at 6:30: p.m.
Elementary Schools. Such abnormal and first grade classes Serving begins at 6p.m.
here Tuesday 9. From 9-10 LE, Tuesday, Sept. 9. Is set Friday, Aug. 29, at the Lawtey Volunteer
Sept. loads will be adjusted after Labor 20 students in the third grade. The T
BE HE and Southside Thursday,
chicken ats30
a.m. the blookmobile will be at the Day when things settle down, says 135 students reported to Brooker Sept. 11. Fire Department and will feature free barbecued
state surplus property warehouse BE has 16 Political speaking will begin at 7 p.m.
Supt. Duncan.A Ele. two over projections. p.m.
\ on US-301 south. From 10:30: a.m. to teacher from Starke could be kindergarteners and 16 fourth SE, Tuesday, Sept. 16. The Saturday, Aug. 30, rally is set at Theressa, the small unincorporated
Vo-Tech( Monday, Sept. 22 and
toward Heights
5:30: the bloodmobile will be at community off SR-100 south Keystone
i p.m. transferred to Hampton, or HE graders. BHS, Tuesday, Sept. 23. A fish fry is planned. Adult
the Chamber of Commerce building overloads could be compensated for 785 students reported Bradford of the SR-18 Intel section.
on the corner of Madison and through Prep and Chapter 1 program ( Middle School, 27 off the projected Budget Hearing... Sates are $3, children' $2. Speaking fund will raising begin activities at 7:30: by p.m.the
Walnut Streets in Starke. by putting an aide in a 812 students. The rallies are sponsored as
A final public hearing and final in each community. The Bradford County -
Council meets approval
The Brooker City students reported to volunteer fire departments
larger class to assist the teacher, Over 1,000 Is
Tuesday, Sept. 9, at 7:30: p.m. Supt. Duncan said. Bradford High, but no real firm attendance of the 1986-87 school budget Democratic Executive Committee is cooperating by contributing
The Hampton City Council "Thirty-two in a kindergarten count was available, Supt. set Monday, Sept. 8, at 7 p.m. toward the expenses of the rallies.iii' .
meets Tuesday, Sept. 9, at 7 p.m.


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Tentative approval Starke's proposed ed. That also will be taken up after cil acknowledged his request, but the revenue received by the city is
$6.9 million 1986-87 city budgetwas the Sept 9 election. Both the school made no promise.KenneSteinackle. derived from the operation of the
I FEED 4, given at a public hearing Tues board and county commission gave who lives on Utilities Department. '
day, August 26, by the city council. employee salary increases, and the Milton Terrace, requested that In the city council meeting August
Tucker said the first order of city, which Is probably in better Orange Street be widened or side 18, Bill Weldon, superintendent of
business was to approve the millage financial condition that either of the walks installed between Madison St. Power Resources, stated that there
I rate, and recommended the proposed other two :boards, faces the same and Edwards Road. The situationfor were 300-400 new utilities hookupseach
roll-back rate of 2.737 mills, the proposition.There pedistrans is critical at present year. However the draft copyof
FORl.OO millage rate that will bring in the is money in the utility and will become even more criticalas the budget projects a decrease in
same amount of tax dollars as the revenue reserve funds to do Im- construction gets under way for revenues from the sale of electricity
previous year. The council acceptedthe provements to the utility system the new Winn-Dixie store, said ; residential sales to remain cons-
recommendation and approvedthe that are needed. Steinackle. The council agreed with tant, with a $100 000 decrease in
rate. his assessment of the situation, and commercial Bales. Projected
The tentative budget totals Detail Unavailable... and promised to "look into it." revenues from the sales of water,
$6,984,476, with estimated revenues Several weeks ago, a computer Mayor Schaefer called a meeting sewer and gas are projected to be
$ equaling the proposed expenditures. print-out was prepared as an early Sept. 2, for a final reading and adoption identical to the fy 1985-86 budget.
Tucker stated this represents a draft, and distributed to various entities of the budget. The final budget may rearrange
decrease from last year's totals. including the Telegraph of projected revenues, but the total is
Tentative approval was given the fice. That draft copy has since been City Must Pay... essentially unchanged from the
budget as presented by Clerk Neil amended,with new totals computed, In a matter unrelated to the Clerk draft.
PLUS A HOLIDAY VALUE! Tucker. The five city commissionershad but details supporting the totals budget, Tucker told the council that Tucker's original draft
D.........CLIP THIS COUPON IBDBBBBB.. studied the budget only one were not available at the public the Auditor General has reviewedthe shows $1.3 million in revenue in the
0 Two tender fish fillets, night last week. The council intends, hearing. Tucker stated that the in- fuel oil tax situation, in which the General Fund and $5.2 million in the
FISH & FRIES;; natural-cut french fries, a the Telegraph has been told, to makeno formation was in his office, but computer city had contested certain taxes, Utility Fund. The GF includes
changes in the budget until after not to $237,350 in garbage sales.
print-outs were complete. amounting $15,000.
FOR 1 and 2 Southern-stylo the Sept. 9 city election in which Tucker further stated that it would The city was found to be in error, The Utility Fund shows $4 millionin
= ONLY bl./O hush puppies. 0 Commissioner Jimmy Crosby's take several hours to record the and is now required to remit the electricity sales, $236.000 in water
Group 3 seat and Commissioner changes manually, and suggested funds. Mayor Schaefer polled the sales, $297,500 in sewer service
"" ?'I"t D&A Travis Woods Group 5 seat are and $603,500 in revenue
Not pood with any other special Captain up waiting for computer copies. council and found no opposition. He revenue
or dftcount for re-election. Although the meeting was called instructed Tucker to pay the bill. from the sale of natural gas.
(at participating' Captain. 0'1)), great little seafood place... U
for input by the public, there was no
........CLIP THIS COUPON.....%.. About$500 000 in new items is proposed one present to contest any portion of Revenue Projections... There is concern among city officials

Two tender fish fillets, II for ,inclusion in the new Tucker's proposal. Based on Information contained in that costs have risen to the
FISH & FRIES natural-cut french tries = budget, and the council must decideat the original draft, which admittedly point the sewer service, garbage collection -
FOR '" some point what to and not to in- Steve Denman, representingsenior does not contain the exact figures of and water systems are no
and 2
= ONLY 1.75 Southern-style clude.In citizens, thanked the council the adopted budget totals, Clerk longer self supporting. Based on the
hush puppies. addition, the matter of a salary for prior support, and requested Tucker has been conservative in his premise that each city service
"II", & increase for the city's some 85 matching funds for two grants for projections, comparing 1985-86 and should pay for itself, the council may
Not or discounttat gooa"I"?"wim"ins any oitier- special Captain employees has not yet been address- which they were applying. The coun- 1986-87 estimates. Three fourths of increase some of those rates.

( partidpn ng Captain Di) A great little seafood place.. D
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Two tender fish fillets,
FISH c FRIES natural-cut french fries, =

FOR and 2 Southern-style 0NotpoodwlManyOthirspecal ( page IA)
ONLY 1.75 hush tion at Bradford High to run for the In District 3 which runs east from 'Parrish, 46, lives in rural western
puppies. seat. Norman will begin his third school board. Mrs. Becker has a Starke, the appointed incumbent, Bradford County, is a farmer, and a
D. '01"1'" term on the commission. master's degree in education, is Len Schlofman, 33, Starke op- service representative for Valley
Captain U Vote by District... working on her doctorate, and is tometrist, is being challenged by View Dairies owned by Stanley
at discount( participating Coproln 0'1)) A great little seafood place.. teaching at Santa Fe Community newcomer Scott Roberts, 24, a vice- Green. --
I_ .......I CLIP THIS COUPON...Banna.. The county and school board are College. president of Roberts Insurance Co.
under a federal court order to hold Durban, 43, a native of the Lawtey of Starke. Mrs. Chastain is the owner of
I Two tender fish fillets, e 1986 elections under single member area is a tombstone designer and Schlofman was appointed to the Chastain's Jewelry and Gift Galleryin
I FISH & FRIES natural-cut french fries, a districts in which candidates are re- engraver with a business in Starke. school board in 1984 to replace a downtown Starke. Her husband,
I FOR fclfC and 2 Southern-style quired to live within the boundariesof With four boys in county schools two vacancy created by the suspensionof Tommy Chastain, is the son of
ONLY. hush puppies. the district and only the voters in at Bradford Middle School and two former board member J.R. (Jim) Carlton and Ella Mae Chastain and
I that district can vote for him. at Lawtey Elementary, Durban has Lawson. Schlofman, in his first grandson of former county commis-
Not" 'g u.-'.'" '-a 'mar special Captain Dfe Four school board posts, districts been president of the parent-teacher political race, is running to keep the sioner T.C. Chastain and Mrs.Jessie
xdiscountfatpamNponngCaptain 1, 2, 3, and 5 are up for reelectionthis organizations at both BMS and LE. Chastain. She is the daughter of Mrs.
( 0'11) A great little seafood place. year; however, district 3 will be He coaches little league baseball seat.Roberts, who lives in west Starke Bill Sinclair a retired teacher. Mrs.
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Three school board races and one local Pop Warner Football Associa- degree from the University of BHS Class of 1969, and earned a
commission race are set: Florida, is making his first bid for bachelor of arts degree from Florida
tion.Wainwright, 60, a native and life- political office. Roberts is the son of State University.Ms. .
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long resident of the Lawtey area, is a Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts of
$2.00 OFF VALUE = 28 year veteran of the state prison Starke. He is married to the former Spooner, 33, is a clinical direc-
District 1... system. He is the brother of Depart Cindy Norman, the daughter of Mr. tor at the Bradford-Union Guidance
PACK OR THRIFT PACK i Jimmy Scott of Lawtey is unop- ment of Corrections Secretary Louie and Mrs. Glenn (Shorty) Norman. Clinic, a member of the Bradford
posed for the so-called black majority Lee Wainwright. Cobby was District 5... County Historical Board of Trustees,
VALUE PACK Includes: 12llsh nalurakiutfrench! !fries, northeast District 1 open school superintendent at Lawtey Correc- has a two-year commission from the
slaw 8 hush Serves 4
fresh cole and puppies or more Twelve veteran J.T. Parrishis
f THRIFT PACK Includes 8 fish. fillets naluraKul trench!fries, board seat. tional Institution for nine years, and year his west state as a commissioner of the Dr.
fresh cole slaw and 8 hush puppies.Serves 34. Uw Scott, 44, an accountant, is comp- the'past year has been superintendent being challenged for Martin Luther King Celebration,
"I""' i''n. troller for Associated Minerals, a of the Lake Butler Reception county District 5 school board seat and is a member of the Bradford
Not good wile, any other special Captain D&A Green Cove Springs mining company < and Medical Center. by Mrs. Evelyn Chastain who liveson Chapter of the NAACP.
or discount He is also the son of Lawtey ,.I Forsyth Road and Carolyn
U (at participating Captain D's' ), great little seafood place. Mayor Robert Scott. District 3... Spooner who lives in Lincoln City. See Page 3
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A 3-way race is set in the nt'Ay \v 1 ......*.?T- ' created northwest District 2 with '' '' '.
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bie) Wainwright and Raymond Dur-

A great little seafood place. Becker.ban challenging incumbent Judy

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The District 4 school board seat, District 4... Allen In who won over he and Hodges. small telecommunications firm, Reddick says he has been concerned ing retired Reddick says he has the
held by veteran Rodney Hall, is not With incumbent E.W. Hodges not 1974 Hodges beat Waters 1,859 to called R & S Telecommunications, about the needs of(the south end of time to devote to being a county
up lor re-election until 1988. running for re-election the District 4 1,673. Inc. the county since he moved there. BA commissioner. .
Waters is
commission seat a laboratory analyst for
County Commission... Two previously unsuccessfulcan- Georgia-Pacific where he has worKed VOTE NICHOLS
didates, Harold Waters and Bill for 28 years.
Two posts. District 2 and District Alderman, and newcomer Joe Red- Reddick, 56, Is a retired AT&T
4, are up for re-election on the coun- dick, are running for the vacant telephone company employee. Red
ty commission. seat. All are residents of the Hamp dick lives on US-301 south of Starke,
ton area, about I"-mile north of the SR-18 in
District 2... tersection. lie is part owner of a

E.L. (Nook) Norman faces no.opposition Alderman was beaten by 62 votes Notice of Budget HearingThe
for his District 2 seat. by Hodges in 1982. Alderman, 47, is
Norman, 55, is a self-employed the owner of the Bradford Title and GOSPEL SING & REVIVALat
vegetable broker and a regional Abstract Co. in Starke.
sales manager for Griffis Gas. He Waters 47, first ran for the com the
will begin his third term on the commission mission in 1970 when he was beaten Church of God of Prophecy
by former commissioner Eddie 2138 N. Temple Avenue
Gators Meet Sept. 6 thru 12 City of Starke has tentatively adopted a
Tonight... Life Gate SingersRev.
A general meeting of the Starke NICHOLS City Comm. W.T. Laney, Pastor budget for 1986. A public hearing to make a FINAL
Gator Quarterback Club is set
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Starke Golf & Country Club.

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Pajcic goes too far in. trying to distance himself from his recordI ;

do not endorse candidates except in the presidential Pajcic voted against the RICO bill, the single best Pajcic tried to get a bil! passed that would remove I
race so I want to make something Hear: law we have at the present to fight drug dealers. It the ban on victim's compensation' for victims who
While I'mTitlng about Democratic gubernatorial r r o ,,. 1 allows the state to confiscate their( Investments if it maintain a sexual relationship with the criminal who
candidate Steve Pajcic, I don't care which candidate can be proved they were purchased with criminally Injured them. ,
you choose. { 1: obtained money. Pajcic cosponsored a bill that would have set up a
has too far In political"" ti nT the law. sentence review commission to review all criminM! ) I
Pajcic however, gone using ), Pajcic voted against drug paraphernalia
advertising to mislead Florida voters. Every politi sentences monthly.
clan embellishes his record and mumbles about his Pajclc voted against laws prohibiting homosexuals Pajcic's legislative record clearly places him left of I
past mistakes. Every politician attempts to position from adopting children. center. He was an early champion of Cesar Chavez's
himself on Issues that public polling tells him a Pajcic voted against a law that prohibits ball dur farm workers union and tried to get passed legislation I
favor Few, in experience at patterned on California's that would have facilitated
majority voters my Charley Reese ing appeals on certain drug cases. Skipping ball is a
I least, have gone as far as Pajcic (In an attempt to dis common practice by high-level drug dealers. unionization of farm workers.
tance himself from hls.own record. If you agree with his record vote for him. Justdon't I
Pajcic's advertising has tried hard to picture him Pajcic voted against a law that stiffened penalty be fooled by television commercials showing
as a tough law-and-order candidate. His record In has passed muster by the Supreme Court, allows the' for possession of 100 pounds or more of marijuana. Pajcic surrounded by North Florida sheriffs while
the Legislature does not conform to the image he is judge the discretion to overrule the jury's recom Pajcic tried to get a law passed that would have saying how tough he's going to be on criminals. t
projecting. Consldpr this: mendation. 9 guaranteed laxpayer financed academic and voca I'm sure Pajcic can justify his votes and that's
Pajclc sponsored a bill requiring a unanimous Jury Pajcic voted against a bill expanding the amount tional education for convicted felons what he should do: Run on his record not away f

vote on a death penalty recommendation.That would of evidence a judge could. consider in deciding what Pajcic cosponsored a bill that would have prohibited from it.Packaging.
have cut drastically the use of the death penalty. sentence to impose. Florida agencies from exchanging information and marketing candidates like boxes of
Pajcic fponsored a bill that would have made a Pajcic voted against a bill allowing farmers to with: Interpol, the International law enforcement soap works for the candidates but against the basic
jury recommendation for a life sentence in capital detain trespassers until law enforcement officials agency that among other things tries to keep track premise of democracy: That Is. if the people are told
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Present day politics in Bradford County What he discovered is recounted homely heavy-faced elderly man//
seems somewhat drab and colorless when following, somewhat lo Live oak one day and asked met
compared to antics of.the past, especially description from his diary kept him around. I took him to be a big
Johnston when the county was'still under the old Live Oak: or capitalist and, as I liked his
convention system of nominating can- I went with him over the place. I took
"I met Dr. J. L Gaskins
didates for office. there to the wine cellar and offered him
J. T. Wills, representatives of wine, and when he was ready to go I
v, Back in the 1880-90 period, Dr. J. L, These men were the best ever him to go into the garden and help
Gaskins, a prominent physician and Bradford County. Their successors vacant"A to what vegetables he liked, and he
Had Rough Road I developer, was considered. the "politicalboss" Ward and Abe Crosby, were incomP some turnips and onions. After he
of the county and local politicianswere who wanted to be legislators 'for I learned that I had unwittingly
i made and unmade at secret gone
meetingsin only. Each of them brought with Governor Henry L. Mitchell.
the back room of his Call Street drug Tallahassee a pillowslip filled wi'h
Reach store. Dr. Gaskins himself served two made country sausage to peddle S. B. Chapin, chief clerk in the
I To Top terms in the State Senate, and six terms in They batched in a small building in general's office, took me to the
I the House, during a period from 1877 to the capitol. As they had to search archives and showed me a lot of
1895. His strength as a political figure was
v y .. demonstrated by the fact that he served as
1Qw 9frl 4'.YLA''7wV M4.'l YY7h''EJ.4'.7.Y'Cw''Y.'.:oa c. .rc.u-rrrasw" ,,
In State SenateIf Speaker of the House during four sessions,
1889, 1891, 1893, and 1895.
The convention system brought on some ,
"hot times" In county politics as recordedin
The Telegraph of June 23, 1898, reporting -' AT
on a "warm meeting" of the County ,|
Harry .Tohnston' and Jim Smith had stuck Democratic Executive Committee for the SEPTEMBER 18, 1886. I

together an a Governor and Lieutenant Governor purpose of presenting a Supervisor of
team they would doubtless be top-runners in the Registration to the Governor for appoint- -.-..., --4s..c*--
Gubrcnatorial race at this time. ment. Since the registration of voters was
"supposed to have considerable effect on Everybody Invited tc Attend.
But a difference of opinion arose as to how the
campaign should be run, and Smith backed out of Harry JohnstonIn the forthcoming county seat election, the
the to back later opposing forces of Starke and Lake Butler ;;:;; ;;;;;;;;::;;
partnership-- come as a can-
"were arrayed against each other, and t e r r-.YN' s t a a N r r xr r m t a a r t.+ a r
didate for Governor himself. reply to this, Smith's campaign manager said "
some sharp politics brought into play, according -
This action ended a two-year struggle on the that Pajcic was panicking. "I think the cellophaneis to The Telegraph report.
part of Smith to settle on what he wanted his coming off of the carefully wrapped package"- lots for wood with which to cook their yellow, worm-eaten documents in English,
political future in Florida to be. At one time, not an obvious reference to Pajcic's new image- Names presented to the committee for breakfast, they were often late and when Spanish and French- old grants and state
too long ago, he was even considering changing made-over from his former "toointellectual"look Stare were T. A. Knight, representing the clerk called their names, someone papers antedating the time Florida came
his political affiliation from Democrat to as a legislator.If interests, and E. J. Ward for the would say, 'they're in the back house.' under the American flag. The room where

Republican. Lake Butler supporters.The "Along with them was J. B. Crews, they were kept was very damp, and by this
this sort of in-fighting between two"front runners" first vote taken resulted in a dead- senator. His tacky talk and manners made time these interesting old papers have probably
Smith's on-again, off-again tactics gaveJohnston's keeps up, Johnston. may be "laughing all heat count of 4 to 3 in favor of Knight. With him the clown of the legislature. But, succumbed to mold and worms.
campaign a setback from which it is the way to the voting booth" come September 2. only eight members the Chair- never mind that he what he
present, ; got went
only now recovering. Even so, Johnston is still "He also took me to the steeple of the
man insisted upon casting his vote for after. Not only did he save nearly all of his
perceived as running third in the Gubernatorial court house, from where, with the help of a
sweepstakes barring a possible upset such as has If your chief concern as a voter is to pick a win- Ward, thus making it a tie. But the com- salary, but if a windfall from a railway or powerful. spyglass, we could see the smoke
occurred before in bids for the Governorship. ner, Harry Johnston may or may not be your man. mittee decided that the chairman, not school book lobbyist came his way, he from the mysterious place called the
But if your chief concern is choosing a man who representing any particular district was stood on no ceremonies about grabbing it. 'Florida Volcano.' It was off toward
Coming Up The Hard Way appears to be best qualified by legislative experience not entitled to vote and Starke forces won "Col Matt McKinney was the Bradford. the Gulf, southeast of Tallahassee.away The

Johnston had it tough during the autocratic temperament, and demeanor to lead the day, be although the decision was expected senator when I was there. Whatever he did place is, or was, surrounded by an im-
reign over the Senate of power broker Dempsey Florida during the next four decisive years, Harry for the good of the state, has never become penetrable swamp and nobody had ever
Barron. Johnston would not bow to Barron's Johnston could be just your man. About this time, In 1895, the late H. E. known. He was a visitor to Live Oak one been able to get to it, although the New

dogmatic mandates, and for his moderate Lagergren, a long time Starke surveyor Sunday York. Herald has a standing reward of

philosophy and principles he was consigned to and sometimes writer for The Telegraph, "I went to the state chemist's office to $1,000 for whoever could reach the place
Barron's 'dog house" along with such other Barren George Crady for RepresentativeBased held the position of manager of. a large view the complicated apparatus I was sure and describe it."
whipping-boys as Bob Graham, Buddy his plantation, Live Oak Grove, near he 4r
on responsiveness to local needs and would be equipped with. All the apparatus -
McKay, Reuben Askew, and George Firestone. requests for help in solving the problems of our Tallahassee, the state capitol.On I could discover. were a couple of It is interesting to note that in spite of all
All have since chewed their way out of the dog district, It is hard to see how Bradford County one of his trips into town on planta- measuring glasses and a spring balance. the changes in the Legislature over the
house by dogged determination, to the high ranksof could fail to heed the old adage of "one good term tion business, Mr. Lagergren decided to go The chemist had a well developed nose, past 100 years, one thing remains the
political achievement. deserves another" when it comes to the reelection "up to see the Solons" in action, and probe and, in analyzing fertilizers, perhaps he samethe lobbyists' are with us still- more
Johnston's path to presidency of the Senate was of George Crady as our. District 13 the mysteries of how lawmaking was done. did it my way-by the smell. numerous and afflucr than ever.
one of ups and downs. At times discouraged by the Representative.

odds he considered dropping out of the running, To our knowledge, Rep. Crady has never failed
but as one fellow senator put it, "The one thing I to respond-and quickly-to any yelp for help from Letters to the EditorReaders
learned about Harry Johnston is that if he makesup this county. One of the most important of these -
his mind that he is going to do something, he is needs was increased funding for small counties.

the most tenacious individual I have ever met." under the Emergency Fund Sales Tax and Sparsity A county the size of Bradford needs more

Soon after Treasurer Bill Gunter dropped out as Factor which resulted in increasing Bradford Complain than one major grocery store for COM. realize how much of himself Herb has put
a potential candidate for Governor, Jim Smith County's share of school funds from $110,466 in About ConditionsAt PETITION. into the club over the past 20 years.

dropped out as a running mate for Johnstonsup 1985 to $176,623 in 1986. Local Winn Dixie Some folks are unable for various reasonsto Herb is the first to admit there are things

posedly over a difference of opinion concerninggame Crady was also successful in passing a Prison go out of town to shop, so Winn Dixie will that did not get accomplished, but to not
plans for their campaign. In a surprisemove Impact Bill for Baker, Bradford, and Union Coun- always have customers. 1 vouch for recognize the good that was achieved, present -
Editor can
a short time later Smith re-entered the contest ties and upgraded Correctional Officers' pay and Telegraph: the or past, is quite a slap in the face. Not
fact that going of tow
It with manyare qul
was that I
as a candidate for Governor himself. great perplexity read
prestige. High on the list of benefits to .
Bradford "Were aware"of the
and enoughp3apparentJy;:
will continue to do !
the in so as.long ai CuR. t
Johnston lost valuable article August 14 edition in
time from his your
campaigning County was his significant assistance in obtaining rent ctodUioiisi.a'nfl.BttitYidos\ : 9X11-! $J.fepent..oij;) jtiti3ial chores)) from
regardto TVinn Dixie's
effort while lining up another. running mate to fill $400,000 in state funds for a complete renovation of wonder why a store would expansion.when I truly was the tonUSmsUWnn DtJiltf! hadatt a1n .d 4i&fr+ ftii0g three refrigerators, Keeping
the expand It
gap. Bradford. High School auditorium, a high priority carts running, transporting equipment to
the the
is unable to keep the present smaller store paper way they used to?)
Pajcic's Legislative Record AttackedAfter item. stocked and be repaired, return trips to pick it up, in-
clean. The
present sanitary As you can see, this letter has been.sign- ventory, purchasing inventories for the
an editorial endorsing Steve Pajcic, a also conditions of Winn Dixie are deplorable.. ed by twelve people. We would like you to
Crady was instrumental in successfully pro shop, dinners, lounge, etc. Not to men-
The floors
former Duval County legislator, as a candidatefor negotiating. with the State Department of are filthy, the shelves are dirty, withhold our names because of family tion running the pro shop and snack bar.
Governor, the Florida Times-Union received a Transportation to have State Road 16 West returned the milk bins are nasty. Not to mention members who HAVE to shop or work at
number of letters from readers attacking Pajcic's to the State for maintenance rather than have it- how inadequately stocked all the shelvesare. the local Winn Dixie. The Telegraph stated they were told this
"liberal" voting record. One, from a retired, U.S. action was a carry-over from. an attempt
maintained the
by County at great cost to the taxpayers (Names withheld on )
Navy officer said that Pajcic's record shows of Bradford County.. I used to think it was foolish for anyone request three years ago to terminate his employ
"...he ment. We have been assured of this and
supported weakening capital punishment to travel to Orange Park, Jacksonville or ,
laws, and favored legislation allowing homosex- Gainesville to buy groceries. But find it In Regard to TerminationOf that the same ones were instrumental in

uals to marry and adopt children. In the past, he Crady is truly a full-time legislator, dedicating more appealing since I'm able to shop in a Herres At Golf Club this action.At .
has supported weakening laws against selling and his full time to efforts in behalf of the people of his clean, well stocked store. There is no difference the time he was"fired on the spot" he I

possessing marijuana; voted against keeping pornography district. mileage wise if you have to make Editor was informed that a transition. committee
out of the reach of minors; and failed to several trips back and forth to the local Telegraph: would be set up and he would receive two II
vote on five bills that strengthened law enforce- Bill Grant for US. SenateOn Winn Dixie usually to find the products you First of all, I would like to thank the weeks compensation the next dayalso
ment capability against drug violations." the same basis of "service" to his constituents need are still not available.The board members at the Starke Golf and payment for a business transaction bet-
when needed, bill Grant has earned his Country Club who voted to terminate ween Herb and the club, outstanding since
parking lot and sidewalks
The record also shows that Pajcic voted: asked-for promotion from State Senator to U.S. disgrace. Filth is everywhere (are where is a Herb's employment. They will never know last October. It was over a week before he

Against a law prohibiting bail during appeals on Senator from the far-flung 23-county Second the Health Department?????). I should how much ofa favor'it' Wtastbist1lndmyself. was issued a check. Who is more guilty of
certain drug cases. High-level drug dealers con- District, ranging from Clay on the east to Holmeson think all the merchants in Bradford "lack of performance?" If things can't get

sider skipping bail as just part of the cost of doing the west. Square would be concerned about the con- our iike'to accomplished working ll-to-14 hour days-

business. Among his many other accomplishments in the dition of the sidewalks and the potholes in Ben Secondly Moxley. and family"would others thank it can't get done. ,

Voted against a law that would stiffen the penalty State Senate, Grant was most cooperative inStarke's the parking lot. I'm truly sorry to see Herb's behalf. They are tontheirsupporlon the who Respectfully, Naomi Herres
for possession of 100 or more pounds of mari successful application for a $575,000 Starke have only one major grocery store. people
juana. grant for downtown development in the Call Street
Historic District. Among other recognition, the : j <
Sponsored a bill that would have taken away a Florida Department of Law Enforcement recently -
judge's right to use his discretion to overrule ajury's presented Senator Grant with its Crime Fighter County Agent's Notebook B/ Bobby I
recommendation for a life sentence in Award, which is given after each legislative session Taylor-
capital cases. to the legislator "who has shown unwavering r

Voted against a bill allowing farmers to detain support for law enforcement and anti-crime in-"- Organic gardeners (those who believe in -
trespassers until law enforcement officials arrived Itiatives." natural means of home vegetable production Organ r, ftj m MUse significant amounts of potassium.. Other
throw such
) recognize compost as an important things you normally away, as

for alternative' to conventional chemical the compost ft nnie&;the sIne'>vay, coffee valuable grounds aid egg shells, provide..
Weigel to
RepresentativeFor nitrogen compost.
In the meanwhile, Smith and Pajcic, currently sources of plant good Actually, establish- as you would usemanure in the vegetable
perceived as the two froi+ ment of. a fairly extensive composting garden. Broadcast It the entrire When
runners, are having it Democractic voters in East Bradford ( over( properly done, composting provides
out between themselves.Pajcic's District 21, House of Representatives, Susan C. system Is essential to successful organic garden three weeks Wtnore before plan a relatively inexpensive source of
Weigel of Middleburg offers the best choice in the gardening. It's not difficult, but it does ting. A small amount of compost may be nutrition for your vegetable garden. And,
latest TV commercial is titled "The September 2 Primary.Don't take some time, effort, and knowledge. mixed Into the soil along each planting f ur- it also can help bring about a change in
Amazing Flip-Flops of Jim Smith." depicting Long before commercial fertilizers were row when you set out the transplants or your perspective concerning what is really
Smith's political indecision of the past two years. available, gardeners used composts. to plant the seeds. In, .11 I .caeep.iappjy) com- "garbage11 or "refuse" and what can be
Forget The Rallies supply their vegetable gardens with post at the rate of 25 pounds per 100 square. productively recycled.' Composting does
The Jim Smith Odessey: Somehow the old-time Spring Rallies seemed to valuable nutrients necessary for healthy feet of garden. ''10' ,

Less than two years ago Smith be full of more get-up-and-git when the weatherwas growth. This week on the second. of my Many kinds of nattiral hiaterials can bel take some time and effort. But, as I've
was considering changing his nice and cool and everyonewell, almost four-part series on organic gardening, I'll used in a compost pile. In addition to' pointed out, it's not difficult or com-
party everyoneseemed. in a good humor and ready to talk about getting a compost pile established leaves, straw, and grass clippings, pine plicated. And, it is one important key to
affiliation to run for office on the talk politics at the drop. of a hat. Well-attended for your vegetable garden. needles, shrub.olipp'igirf j> orpgf and successful organic gardening. Next week
Republican(ticket. He talked it over rallies were held in almost every voting precinctand Composts are made by layering organic water hyacinths may be included. Fruits$ I'll discuss organic fertilization of the
with Washington and finally decidedto sometimes the speeches got hot enough to materials, such as leaves and skins and vegeUft. >ljgfUyJis"afgjp5bvide. { : home vegetable garden.Forestry .
remain a Democrat after all. create a genuine interest and help get out the vote. ings, with things like table scraps, :,
manure, topsoil, lime, and organic fer 1.jn, I
Then, in quick succession he made, And then the idea of fall primaries came along, tilizers. As the compost decomposes, '7ft Bradford
the following announcements: presumably to shorten the campaign time between several nutrient elements are released in County
the Primary and the General Election. But forms plants can use. I.lIy I.
David W.
March 4, 1985-- "I will not seek that forced candidates Into summer campaigning Bradford
the Democratic nomination for when the temperature hovered close to 100 The pile should be about ten-by-ten foot County Forester
degrees for days on end, and the few people still square and three-to-five feet high. To get This is the time of year I begin to start your decision Include a possible
Governor in 1986. left at home were cross about not being on vaca- one started, make a layer of leaves, straw, looking for cooler weather. With school of seedlings by Thanksgiving time.shortage I'm
April 29, 1985I have accepted tion like everybody else, and were in no mood to or grass clippings one foot deep and wet it starting up, political advertising dotting saying that this will happen, but from not
Senator Johnston's offer to talk politics with candidates knocking at the door, down well. Next, spread a layer of animal our. woodlands and cluttering our scenic years past I would the odds
have me as his running mate in beyond reach of the air conditioner. manure four. to six inches deep over the roadways, one begins to ask, "is fall favor of you obtaining say trees aren't after in

1986. Crowds at rallies dropped. off, and about the only layer pound of of vegetation. Then, spread one anywhere near?" Thanksgiving. For both Bradford and

Dec. 3 1985In statement announcing voters turning out to listen to the candidateswere pounds of ground limestone and either five Hopefully fall is approaching union. county landowners, the Divison of
members of their own families or their in- phosphate or one quart of somewhere in our monthly future. As fall Forestry, has a tree planting machine
breakup of JohnstonSmithteam laws. So. rallies became almost a thing of the past, raw bone meal on top of the manure. If you approaches, somewhere, and if you have which can be rented for $1/acre and is
: "However, let me say that I while sat around want, you can use five pounds of a com- had available
everyone listening to candidates plete thoughts over the past year to plant a on a first-come, first-served
continue to strongly support Harry'sbid sling mud on the television screen. phosphate organic fertilizer instead of the rock few idle or cutover acres into pine its timeto basis (maximum 5 days usage). Already: ,

for Governor and urge my Just for old times sake, however, a couple of topsoil is commonly or bone meal.added.Also Repeat, a layer this of make your. decision. or be left behind by most of January has been reserved for this

friends to do the same." rallies will be held this weekendone sponsored layering {process until the pile is the the wave of landowners doing just that. purpose.The .
April 21, 1986"So today, with by the Lawtey Volunteer Fire Department this desired height of three-to-five feet. Why do. I need to decide now? During tne now to plant important Is reason to decide
pines that
Friday night at 5:30: featuring free chicken fall of the next year you
year many plans are -
the support and prayers of my family barbecue, with speaking at 7:30.: The second rally In two. or three days, tne compost heap ing made to plant pine alreadr.be have lost one year's growthand you. are
and fully aware of the problems will be the traditional fish fry sponsored by will begin to heat. Keep it moist. but not (December-March). Also, final signupsfor another year older. Don't let the current
I facing the State, I announce for Theressa Volunteers for benefit of their Fire too wet, and don't disturb it for a while. programs that can assist you in plan- soft timber market hedge you from making -
Governor of Florida. Department. Serving at 5:30: speaking at 7:30.: After three or four weeks, stir the mixture ting, I'm talking money. now, are closingout this investment, because most of us in
thoroughly. When the is forestry feel that this is only a short-term
Come out and see how it feels to attend an old- compost com within the next month. For example, trend. Timber is
I fashioned pletely broken down into a homogeneous. sign-up for federal cost-share assistancefor always good to have on
The Pajcic commercial I alleges that when asked something. political about the rally.candidates You might even learn mixture and not rotted leaves or othermaterial free planting will end this Friday, your land, even in small areas, because it
what the voters would think of all his Indecision, they're not too full of chicken and themselves, if can be recognized, it Is ready to August 29th. Sign-up for the free seedling can get you out of a tight spot if you have
Smith, a multi-millionnaire, said, "They don't. rate, you'll be helping old fish. At any use in the garden. This can take anywhere program will begin on September 15th at some ready to cut and quickly cash In..
an tradition
know, they don't care. I'li spend whatever It takes and getting survive, from two months to a year, depending on the ASCS office. For more Information on any of these
lo win." a close-up view of all the candidates! the materials used, the time of year, and Other reasons which might Influencer programs call me at 964-6280 (ext. 2I or
the skill of the composter. Warren Carver at 9646548.I' .



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:.: Starke Fire Department members are teaming up with local Hwy. 100 this weekend to ask motorists for donations to fight this *
I ,: businesses\ and private citizens to work "passing the boots and working debilitating disease. PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT IN SCHOOL AFFAIRS
.... the telephone lines In this week's Jerry Lewis Telethon. Telephone lines will be open after the roadblock on Sunday and Mon
;,: The men will form a "roadblock" at the intersection of U.S. 301 and day. UPGRADED TEACHER/ADMINISTRATOR/ TRAINING



-.. By Mark Frledlin middle of town,"commented Starke Saturday,August 30 at 9:30: a.m.and for donations and will begin at 9 a.m.
r. BCT Staff Writer Fire Chief Dwayne Hardee. "The will last until 1:30: p.m. (or later if Sunday and last until 6:30: p.m.Mon- MEANINGFUL PROGRAMS IN EXCEPTIONAL
.5 5 Do you have a place in your wallet people in this area have been real we don't pass out from the heat, day.Starke EDUCATION
"o' for Jerry's Kids generous in the past during these Green joked), Motorists will be ask- Fire Department members
"S The Starke Fire Department does, drives and I hope they can come ed to dig deep for their contribu involved in the drive include
a' they are devoting plenty of their through for us again.. We're honoredto tions. Dwayne Hardee, Cecil Crawford, REDUCTION IN STUDENT DROP-OUT RATE
time as well as the 16th annual be able to help out in this worthy "We will be calling In the funding Doug Cooper, Jeff Harpe, Nelson
Muscular Dystrophy Fund-raising cause." results directly to the Jerry Lewis Green, Rusty Barrett Tom Rowe I
drive gets underway this Labor Day "I feel this charity is one of the Telethon committeee in Gainesville and Rex Siemer. PREVENTION EFFORTS IN OUR SCHOOL TO DETER
1 I. Weekend. more important drives which takes after we have totalled the amount of In addition to the work by the OUR CHILDREN FROM THE USE OF DRUGS
"' The Starke Firemen and their place each year," commented contributions,"Green said. "We will Starke firemen for the drive this AND ALCOHOL
": volunteer force have been a part of Nelson Green a Starke fireman and be passing around the boots (Starke weekend,they are ably assisted by a
**, this annual fund-raising effort for chairman of the Bradford County Firemen hold out their boots to group of volunteer firemen,who sup-
over 15 years and are a big part of drive "It takes an intensive efforton motorists for their donations duringthe plement their efforts throughout the PROVIDE PARENT EDUCATIONAL SERVICES FOR
the success of area efforts. everyone's part to meet our goals roadblock) and I think we're going year during their regular duties and PREGNANT TEENAGERS AND TEENAGE
The local drive is coordinated with each year. We ve been lucky here in to do well this year.The responseso now will be out there doing their partin
the Jerry Lewis Muscular Starke. We have citizens who are far has been very encouragingthis the sun and on the telephone lines PREGNANCY PREVENTION INFQRMATION
Dystrophy Telethon, which will be willing to contribute and we have year." to help during the M.D. charity
televised beginning Sunday on area plenty of volunteers from the local The Labor Day Telethon, hosted drive.
television stations area who have done a fantastic job by Lewis on a nationwide!live television "Our volunteers here in Starke are
"We are going to set up a getting ready for the drive." feed through local television ..
roadblock at the at the intersection The roadblock at the intersectionof stations, will feature famous name $ Page
of U.S. 301 and Hwy. 100, right in the U.S.301 and Hwy 100 will be begin entertainment along with appeals Pd Pol Adv


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The following merchants want to say THANKS

to the Starke Fire Department. First for the fine fire protection we receive 365 clays a year. 2nd for being Bradford

County's contact to the Jerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon for Muscular Dystrophy Association. Each of these

merchants have sent their check showing their support for MDA research. You can do your part by culling the Starke

Fire Department at 964-7116 to make your pledge. The Telethon will be on Channel 12 in Jacksonville on Labor Day.


301 Liquors Alligator II Epps Motors Starke Power Equip. China Restaurant Clark's Hallmark Shop

US 301 North US 301 South US 301 South 438 S. Walnut Street 1900 Temple Avenue 107-G Edwards Road
964-7132 964-6973 964-8358 964-8568 964-7681 964-8776

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.: Auto Parts Center Julias Florist Winkler Electric Inc.
Chastains Jewelry ,
& Printing Company Torode Shell ,I'
660 N. Walnut Street 104 W. Call Street 225 N. Temple Ave. 234 N, Temple Avenue
113 E. Call Street US 301 Lawtey I
964-5644 964-7711 964-7596
964-8925 964-7271 !

Halls Bike Shop Williams Jewelry Stumps Catfish Sandwiches Hurst Exxon Service Gina's Classic Cuts

Edwards Road 110 E. Call Bradford Square Bradford Square Shopping Ctr 107 E. Call Street 987 N. Temple Avenue & Styles '
: 964-7055 96470619648485, 964-5423 964-4524 964-6111 486 N. Temple Avenue


B&M Starter Teal 'Tile!& Carpet Ron Denmark The Beautique NortonTelecommunications
& Generator Koch Store
131 N. Street
Cherry Insurance Agency 417-C Edwards Road
238 E. Washington 3 ,, 964-7423. 2117 N. Temple Avenue 166 W. Call I Street 964-4077 864 N. Temple Avenue
964-5274 964-7071 964-6757 964-4980

KOA Kampground Starke Radiator Santa Fe Fashion Advanced Electronics
Mitchell's Store
Drug Stop
U.S. 301 South & Transmission, Inc. Shooters Supply I 127 E. Call Street 452 N. Temple Avenue 416 E. Call Street
964-8484 661 N. Temple Avenue U.S. 301 South 964-7810 964-5772 964-6642
964-6810 964-8891

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Right Turn Mens Wear Acme Hardware Gold Kist Florida National Bank & Loan Association Fiberglass Works
' 301 E. Call Street 2226 N. Temple Avenue Corner of Jefferson & Walnut
{ 452 N. Temple Avenue 984-7050 395 W. Madison Avenue 3 Miles North on US 301
i 964-6795 964-6163 964-7871 964-5000 964-5531

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118 S. Thompson Street Kids .Call 964-7116 and Mirror
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SENATOR}. ; .Y e4p.IFrtrr e Helen Fulgham Ben ,Padgett

f .il/ Wed August 16 \

J ';;1; Helen Fulgham daughter of Mr. fingertip veil of illusion( accented

I "'.. G. and Mrs. Lonzo Starling and Ben with tiny chiffon roses.
I ) Padgett, son of Mrs. Alma Padgettand Best Man David Scott; Ushers,
: the late J.T. Padgett, all of Marcus Crews and G.W. Cruce
Lawtey were united in marriage at were dressed in cream-colored tuxedoes -
yA 4t the First Presbyterian Church, with lime green bowties and
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Lawtey, Saturday, August 16, at 7 cummerbunds..
VI1t ? Karen Shook was Matron of
Lt1 p.m.Rev.. Jerry Patton performed the Honor dressed in a lime green colored s
nuptials in front of a candelabraarch tea-length satin gown; fitted 'w
'. covered with springeri fern, bodice with ruffled offtheshouldercollar.
'> J._... ,. ww flanked on either side with basketsof Her flowers were a circlet of
n p "'i- peach gladiolus, daisies and ivy and daisies with tiny ribbons in k
K S .. salmon rosebuds, palm trees and her hair, and nosegays of silk in ,
other pots of plants at various pointsof peach and lime green colors.
interest Mrs. Charlotte Green, Attendants to the bride were Cindy
organist, performed several musical Dyess and Joy Schiller, sister of the
arrangements along with pianist bride. They were attired in much the
and soloist, Miss Lydia Starling, same style as the Matron of Honor
sister of the bride. except their colors were peach and

The bride, given in marriage by they carried identical flowers to the .- -- _._ --
her son, Robert Fulgham Jr., was Matron of Honor. Flower Girl Wen- Mr. and Mrs. Ben Padgett
attired in of dy Padgett daughter of the
a long gown candlelightsatin groom
and The table all made
dressed groom. punch was for the ceremony were by
with wide ruffled off-the- was in a lime green and
centered with a three-branch silver Mrs. Passwater. The groom's cake
shoulder fitted bodice cream colored long and
collar accented gown car
ried candelabra, flanked by a crystal was made of chocolate topped witha
with chiffon roses with a a lace basket umbrella.A .
punch bowl and silver coffee service ball and chain; billy jack, hand
train. She carried reception was held at the church
chapel length a
served by Donna Padgett, cuffs.Silver dishes and silver
cascade of and fellowship hall. All tables
long cream peach were
daughter of the groom. The bride'scake candlesticks holding peach Liperswere
rosebuds as her traditional wedding covered with white cloths accented
was flanked on either side with the decoration. Gina
Her adorn- with huge peach bows tied on cor- only
bouquet. only jewelry
silver candelabra holding peach Passwater served the cake with
ment was a string of pearls, a gift ners. Plants throughout the area
Senate tapers Silver dishes held nuts and Kelli Jo assisting In
State Dyal serving
from the groom. Her headpiece and centered the bride's table along witha
mints served by Miss
Amy Starlingand
veil were made as half-Juliet cap' three-tiered wedding cake Standing in the receiving line
Mrs. Debbie sistersof
decorated in peach roses daisies Passwater along with the bride and groom were
the bride. The cake and dresses
---- and topped with a miniature bride their parents and children.
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Mr & Mrs. Donald E. Meier Jr., of Lonnle & Dora Broome Kimberly Rachel Green Church
Starke happily announce the birth of announce' the birth of their proudly son Mr. & Mrs. Charlie Green of Wake Marincland
a son, Donald E. born on August 15, Aaron David, born August 20 in, Forest, N.C. announce the birth of a Those :
1986 in Alaciitua General in Alachua General Hospital. lIe daughter, Kimberly Rachel, born Singletery,
Gainesville. weighed 91bs., 6ozs. August 6 in Rex Hospital in Raleigh, & Will Paulk,
IN.Vrf, .
Maternal grandparents are Mr. & Maternal grandparents are Mr. & Howe,
Mrs. Eugene McClellan of Brooker Mrs. Ernest Triest, Sr. & Louise Maternal grandparents are Mrs Cason, Cox
Paternal grandparents are Mr. Hall, Theressa. Carolyn Taylor of Starke and Bobby & Jarred
Donald E. Meier Sr. of Starke and Paternal grandparents are Mr. & Taylor of Lawtey. Maternal greatgrandparents'are The adults !
Shirley Meier of Macclenny. Mrs. James Broome, Hampton; Dan Mr. & Mrs. Bill Mrs. Robert
Donald joins a sister, Jennifer, Johnson, Hampton; Eloise Broome, Eatman of Archer. John Ross,
who I ia 2 yrs. old. Orlando Paternal grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. May NICHOLS'I
Aaron joins a sister, Amber Lea, Mrs. Herbert Green, Sr. Paternal Cason, Mrs.
ELECT who is 3 yrs. old. great-grandmother is Mrs. J. H. Joyce Cox.
NICHOLS Fields, all of Starke. The Youth
Kimberly joins!! a sister, Bethany Fellowship
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I Sandra Gask Jimmy Starling United in Marriage August 2

Sandra Gaskins, daugher of Mr. & rled the same type flowers. flanked on one side with a silver table. '
I Mrs. Albert Gaskins of Jacksonvillewed The flower girl, Melissa! Thornton, fountain and the other held a silver The food table was centered with a
Jimmy Starling, son of the late wore long royal blue similar to the coffee service Interspersed with hugh ceramic watermelon with
( T'l Rev James tt Mrs. Eloise Hading: attendants.The greenery, royal blue carnations and royal blue helium baloons and held .
'I of Starke,Saturday, August 2 at New ring bearer, Kyle Griggs, was baby's breath; silver candy dishes finger foods.
Berlin Road Baptist Church in attired In a white suit and carried a held nuts & mints. The bride Is a teacher in elemen-
l Jacksonville at 7:30: p.m. needlepoint ring pillow in blue. Guest were greeted at the door by tary education.The .
Y The ceremony was performed by The bride wore a long white satin Mrs. Ida Sue Schmitt,Director.
the grooms grandfather, Rev. Alton gown with overlays of chiffon accented The grooms table was centerd by groom, a graduate of BUS his,
Dobbs with nuptial music by pianist with layers of lace trimmed the groom cake and decorated in was formerly associated with tt
Cindy Crotts with singing by chiffon ruffles, fitted bodice, high Fla. Highway Patrol emblem,flank- parents at Bullington's Gift Shop
..,"1' "-' Darlend Floyd. stand-up collar &: long sleeves, ed with ball, chain billy-lack, hand- Photography and Is now a
;t-'f. The church decorations was chapel train. Her headpiece was a cuffs &: silver candlesticks, various patrolman with the Florida Highway
.. centered by an arch candlabra in- Juliet Cap with a fingertip veil of il- finger foods were placed on the Patrol
terspersed with an arrangement of lusion. She carried a long cascade .-.r
blue &: white flowers flanked with bouquet of white roses, stepinotis,
two tree candlabras also Interspersed baby's breath with long streamers.
1. with blue & white flowers. Palm The reception was held In the
trees graced the choir with floor Fellowship Hall where all the tables VQTEandELECr TERRY
candlabras placed at points of in- were covered with white flounced
terest.Votive candles were placed in linen cloth accented with hugh royal SM"
ttr'f the windows throughout the church blue bows. Greenery was used GAINES
\. \ and the pews were marked with rib- throughout the hall with a picture
bons&: flowers. The church entrancewas tree of the bride&groom's baby pic- kk
marked by an arch in which the tures, a gift from the groom's
guests It: wedding party marched mother. City Commissioner
through. The brides book was placedin The bride's table was centered Group 3
f the vestibule. with a_ four-tier cake, surroundedwith
k The bride was given in marriageby four smaller heartshapedcakes Lifelong Resident of Bradford Co.
I her father, Albert Gaskins. The decorated with stairs holding( Long Family Background of Service
best men were Jimmy Lovell & sprigs of fern &: daisies, topped iwtha ,, To Our Community
Dave Hendrick attired in Miami bride & groom and flanked with ( _
V Vice royal blue &: white suits. The three branched silver candlabras \? -;. r Eager to Serve You, The People
\ ushers were Bill Abrams, Bert holding royal blue tapers; silver
Williams, Steve Gaskins (brother of candy dishes held nuts & mints-. Ser- YOUR SUPPORT GREATLY APPRECIATED Pol Adv'
the bride) and John Samons,also at- ving was Judy Griggs.
tired in the Miami Vice royal blue& The punch table was centered witha
white. three branch silver candlabra,
The doorusher was Jason Sears.
The Maid of Honor,Lynette Webb, --
was attired in a long royal blue satin .
gown with off-the-shoulder ruffled
collar. Her hair was adorned with a JAMES "COBBIE"WA1NWRIGHT
comb with blue flowers & baby's 4
breath and she carried royal blue & ,,
white silk flowers & streamers.The .
attendants, Cindy Davis,
Lynn Perkins, Joyce Jones, Jana
Samons & Julie Starling (both School Board District 2 -
.rr.ur sisters of the bride) were attired
same as the Maid of Honor and car-
I Mr. &Mrs.Jimmy Starling

I 'v Will Work For


Democratic Sample Ballot, Programs to meet the needs of both students

Precinct Precinct 9B 8B .. Starke Southside Recreation Elementary Dept.Schoool, Pratt Street Cafeteria who will immediately enter the work force as well

OFFICIAL OT as those planning to enter college.
gp\. PRIMARYTY SAMPLE Monitoring construction projects making sure
y\ Bradford County, Florida BALLOTSeptember

SpM Praclncl No. 2, 1986 someone is directly responsible for all projects

TO VOTE for..andl....,fork" a mod OQ( )In,in.blink I..".l |h.RIGHT of Ih.name of th.candidate. for whom you dMlr.to vol.
from start to completion.

CONGRESSIONAL Attorney General Aleviating overcrowded buses.
Vote for One
United Stales Senator ( )
(Vote for One) COUNTY Involvement and
I ROBERT A. "BOB" BUTTERWORTH Community Increasing
School Board Member
I \t ROBERT P. (BOB KUNST tj: ED DUNN (Vote for One) i Volunteer Programs."My ._ ....

JOE GERSTEN I SCOTT ROBERTS 11 f B # 1 Priority Will Always Be The Children"NOTICE qH'd

2nd Congraaalonil' District (Vote for One)
(Vole for One) -


BILL GRANT Judicial' Circuit, Group 1
BARBARA GREAOINQTON Commissioner of Education (Vole for One)
Vote for One)




Governor & Llautanant Governor LEGISLATIVEVote
(Vote for Group) Senator
Sth Sanatoria! District '




MARSHALL s. HARRIS 21.1 House District
(Vote for One)


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Precinct 8AStarke Recreation Dept, Pratt Street

Precinct 9A Southslde Elementary School Cafeteria BUDGET FOR THE 1986-87 FISCAL YEAR.


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Y\ Bradford County, Florida
Sp Precinct No.Saptambar. _ BALL Or SION ON THE BUDGET FOR THE 1986-87 FISCAL
2, 1986
TO VOTI for.eindidn.' ,,mod 1 erou p9( )In Ih.' blink,,ac..1. Ih,RIGHT ol the n m.ol th...".,....for whom you dose".lo role' YEAR WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY ,

CONGRESSIONAL Attorney General SEPTEMBER 4, 1986 at .'8:00: P.M. IN ROOM #129
United States Senator (Vote for One)
ROBERT A. "BOB" BUTTERWORTH School Board Member ,
I B (Vote for One) ,

IN CONGRESS Treasurer .
2nd Congraaalonal' District (Vote for One) .. .
(Vote for One) JUDICIAL ,... .,". L ,'. "
BILL 3UNTER Circuit Judge Eighth Gilbert Brown, t..t ,-
RAPHAEL HERMANCommlaalonar J J Judicial' Circuit, Group 1 I. '
BILL GRANT of Education (Vote for One) Clerk to the Board : ..;;. r\
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Esther B. Ellerson I C r'
C. PAGE I 4"
'i. County Finance Director :
STATE .. ., .
Governor Lieutenant Governor LEGISLATIVE :'
(Vote for Group. ) Slate Senator ''''.' ,'."
5th Senatorial' District .
jr.: ,.
MARK KANE GOLDSTEIN (Vot. for Ore) ','! ...; ; ', ? r.
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DOUG NICHOLS ..,r .. -

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(Vote for One)

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,,. t. < ', ,* ?)k f iJ}! Repertory Theatre Will Present I

{: :', Democratic Sample Ballot :.(
.J" Precinct, 12B Chamber, of Commerce ,, wr Program September

r The South Carolina Repertory The residency of the South
',. OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT Theatre, in its 22nd season, will be Carolina Repertory Theatre Is sponsored
l BpLLOT DEMOCRATIC PARTY SAMPLE presenting "Men and Women of by Santa Ke Community College
Jiff* Bradford County, Florida BALLOT Shakespeare" September II, 1986 at SFCC Endowment Corporation -
.eo" $ Precinct No.Seplember. 8:00: p.m. at the Starke Women's and Student Activities, Admission -
:'i-' 2, 1888 ?_, Club In Starke. The program is a Is free to the general public.

'J'f r TO VOTI lot aandlgato,mod i eros(III In lha bbnepoul""hl RIGHT ol/lha nom ol ma oandldala'for whom you daalro 10 wlo., delightful Shakespearean entertain- For more information about the
ment featuring scenes between
workshops call (904)) 395-S139.
o some of Shakespeare's more famous
CONGRESSIONAL Attorney ueneral' couples. PFC Ronald McCalllon
United States Senator (Vole for One)
COUNTY lt., Workshops will be held Thursday On Duty In W. GermanyArmy
(Vote for One)
ROBERT A "BOB" BUTTERWORTH School Board MamberB' the 11th and features several
District members PFC Ronald J. McCallion
of the
BOB GRAHAM (Vote,lor One) -..,. with participants company on all phases working of son of Betty K McCallion of
I .ROBERT P. (BOB) KUNST theatre: acting techniques, creating Keystone Hgts? and Robert C. Mc
I JOB GERSTEN a character, stage movement, Callion of Anchorage, Alaska, has
J. T. PARRISHREPRESENTATIVIIN make-up, Improvisational situa arrived for duty with the 17th Signal
CONGRESS Traaaurar CAROLYN SPOONER Tammy Powell, tions, and theatre (tames. Battalion, West Germany
2nd Congressional,, Dlatrlct (Vole for Ona) Ronny Patrick, McCallion is a single channel
(Vote for One radio
BILL GUNTER t JUDICIAL Wedding Set Co. in Gainesville.
-E:3: :1
BILL GRANT RAPHAEL HERMANCommissioner Circuit Judge Eighth Mr. & Mrs. William C Powell of Ronny is also a graduate of Brad- Woman's Club of Starke
of Education Judicial Circuit, Group 1 Starke announce the engagementand ford High School and is employed by Executive Board MeetingThe
BARBARA QR6ADINQTOM (Vote lor Ona) upcoming marriage of their the Fla. Dept. of Military Affairs at
for One
ERNIE PADGETT (Vole ) daughter, Tammy Ruth, to Ronny Camp Blandirig.) first board meeting of the
MARIO ... RIVERA M' BETTY CASTOR NATH C. DOUGHTIE Russell Patrick, son of Mrs. The wedding is planned for October year ((1986-1987) will be held .:
[ I Christine 18 at 2:00 September 3. at 1:00: p.m. at thaWoman's ;
MARK JAY KAUFMAN Patrick and the late : p.m. at the Chapel In
PETE SKINNER LARRY HAWKINS j .. William McKinley Patrick. Camp Blanding. The reception will Club in Starke.
RAYMA C. PAGE Tammy is a graduate of Bradford follow immediately at the Starke All officers and committee
STATE High School and attended Santa Fe Country Club. chairmen are asked to be present.
Governor LleuunsntOovsrnor :, All family and friends invited
LEGISLATIVE ..t. Community; College. She is are
(Vote for Group) Stata Sanator5th employed by Nationwide Insurance to attend. NICHOLS- City Comm.

MARK KANE GOLDSTE'N Sanatoria! District .............**..--.-.__######__.............#......_...#.#......._.._._._.._#...n...#.._._.._._.#.........n. r
-- (Vole for Ona) 'to 'SVp.ct


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21at House District : County Commissioner District 4 Dem. .
(Vota for Ona) *
SY SIMONS _ *. .*
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Democratic allot :
: AT&T
Precinct 6B- Buckley Residence Rd 225 # :
: Management Experience ,
Precinct 12A Chamber of Commerce
,. .. with Bell System :
Precinct Terwlllegar Ford Motor Company -; *
i Korean Vet with Commendations
Precinct 14- National Guard Armory Edwards Road 'S
.. Reared Family In Bradford County
Precinct IS Community HouseOFFICIAL :
3 Children Graduated from Bradford High .,

PRIMARY BALLOT i Married to Former Ruth Baxter, 35 years :*

9",U.01 DEMOCRATIC PARTY Memberof Hope Baptist ChurchTheressa ;
S"'MPl" Bradford County, Florida ..
Praclnet No.Democratic BALLOT .... A Man With Time to Represent Your Vote :.

September 2, 1980 ..
TO VOTI fo.ondldls,mire' ..cross OO In Ihl bins.poc.al,ms RIOHT of,In.nsnls of In.clnd dal'.tar whom you dIrs to va'.. *: ..

.. M.
CONGRESSIONAL Attorney General .

Unltld Stalse S.nltor (Vole for One) COUNTY Why Settle for Part-time i

(Vote for One' ""m A ."'." ."" School, Board Member :
r Dlatflcll5 : When a FULL TIME County Commissioner Is Available?

ROBERT P. (BOB) KUNST ED DUNNe ] .. ..........**.......***...............+Nr1'S,.#A.***.********............******.:

,'.... .... JOE GERSTEN- ., J T. PARRISH e
i REPREf!NTAiJv "I liV GONpfiESS C' : .r:: -_- Tr"aaJr:, 'j ttt J g. ROLVN SPOONER
2nd Congressional' Dlllrlci (Vole for One)
(Vets for Ons) -
BILL GRANT RAPHAEL Circuit Judg. Eighth

BARBARA GREADINGTON Commlaaillnar 01 Education Judlclll Circuli, Group 1 NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARINGON
(Vote for One)
(Vote for One)

Governor LI.ut.nlnt Governor LEGISLATIVE ,,'
(Vote for Group) Sllla Senator
15th Senatorial District
MORRIS H. WOLF" Bradford County Board of County Commissioners hearing


STEVE MARK GIBBONS PAJCJC MICHAEL A. MOORE ,y FUND in the amount of $120,000.00, which represent a Fund

FRANK MANN' DOUG NICHO Balance from the 1985.86 Fiscal Year Budget. The Expendituresfor

JIM SMITH STATE. REPRESENTATIVE the Federal Revenue Sharing Fund Balance are the following

r. MARSHA S. HARRIS 13lh Houaa District proposed budget expenditures for the Fiscal Year ending
JOAN L. WOWN (Vote for One)

SY SIMONS September 30, 1987.


.. Sample Ballot KEY I


Precinct 10B- Faith Presbyterian Church Road 21 40-01-516-54 Law Library Books/Materials 2000.00 1

Precinct 11 Hampton City Hall
I Preclncl16. Southsld Elementary School Cafeteria | 40-21-511-45 County Insurance and Bonds 55,000.00 ( ,

"1 OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT 40-21-511-64 New Equipment over $100.00 13,583.00

': 9r-\\01 DEMOCRATIC PARTY SAMPLEBALLOT 40-21-513-34 DP Contractual Services Cost 6,000.00 1

Kr'' sMAlt Bradford County, Florida 1
.. Precinct. No.September. ___ 40-21-560-49 Medicine and Doctor Fees 4,800.00
t, 2, 1986 1
;.; TO VOTI lot a oandldalt.maik oroaa(IX)'In tha blnhApace.yb' ; ,RIGHT ol the nmof lha randidata/lot nom you dish" 'lo von, 40-21-590-52 Computer Cost Allocation 12,500.00

1, I i. 18,500.00 1
Computer Principal Cost
CONGRESSIONAL. ," .Attorney General
n ht, O
Unltad States Senator I I' Y J .., .4Vole( for One) r Computer Interest Cost 5,000.00 1
40-21- 590-72
(Vota for One) -Y
V e An'B' B" BUTIERWOFTfH County Commissioner 2,617.00 1
for Contingency
District 4 40- 21- 590- 99
:" I I B (Vote for One)
; ,0 ,:, ROBERT P. (BOB) KUNST ED DUNN ._ 40-241-100 Total Budget Appropriation $120,000.00The
". 2nd Congraaalonal District ( for One) HARD E. WATERS
':. (Vets for Ona)
BILL GRANT RAPHAEL HERMAN.a JUDICIAL meeting will be held at the Bradford County Courthousefor

BARBARA QREAOINQTON Commissioner ol Education ClrcultCJIUdg.1,Eighth Group 1 the purpose of discussion of the proposed Budget for the I
.J. .(Vote for One) .
ERNIE PADGETT (Vote for Ona) Fiscal Year at 8:00 on Thursday September 4 19S36. j'
l' .,'. "'MARIO"f. RIVERA II BETTY CASTOR 1986.87 : p.m. i

PETE SKINNER LARRY HAWKINS !NATH C. DOUQHTIE The proposed budget may be examined on weekdays at the Clerk
'. RAYMA C. PAGE hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00: All interested
'1.'. 0 Finance Office between the : p.m. -

',_: ,." Governor Lieutenant STATE Governor LEGISLATIVE t, citizens will have the opportunity to give written and

r,, :,I.. (Vote for Group) 5th Senatorial Stale Senator District oral comment. Senior Citizens are encouraged to attend and

:i'"y MARK KANE GOLDSTEIN (Vola for One) comment.
: 'fl'
MARK GIBBONS J f, \ .. Gilbert S. Brown Esther Ellerson
MICHAEL A. MOORE : j..11, \ '1I 1\;, 'i ', ,

." ,,- STEVE PAJCIC DOUG NICHOLS '- -----.:_- c Clerk of the Board County Finance Director
1. _' .
S. HARRIS 21 at House District t, i
JOAN'L. WOWN' (Vote for Ona) > '.
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i I'Igetol: l 'I'IIAGRAI'II: : August 211. HIMHOW'S!

I Hampton Hilites THE FAMILY?

I fly Dolores MOMK By Rev. Ed Kirkland ,,,*<: :E."I3Q."ID 1 'IIi'A'
Phone IliK-llHS: Pastor; Kingsley Lake IlaptistChurch "


Fish Fry Tonight... II'

Everyone is invited to attend the As you probably know, this coming weekend is Labor Day weekend. WORK FORCEAmerica's
Catfish fry being sponsored tonight Next Monday is the day most working people are able to take a day off to
AUK./! 28, at the I!lampton City Park: celebrate work. Somehow that seems contradictory, but that's exactly
Besides fresh fish also included in what we do. Favorite
t the dinners will be grits, hush puppies Truck fi
cole slaw and beverages. Serving Few things can be more important to a family than rest and relaxation. [
begings at 7 p.m. Taking time to have fun together and smell the roses, so to speak. All too
Dinners will sell for$2.50 per plate often, we get into the rut of work, work and more work only to look around Best Price at End of Season
with! proceeds going to the Volunteer find find that life has passed us by. It's a shame so many people are more Sellout!
Eire loyal to their than their family.
Dept. Local politicians are pay- company own
ing for food, and they will have
opportunity to address those atten an But, in the next few days you are probably going to have the opportunity $60000 Cash
ding. to change that. And, maybe that short-lived change of a few days can have
some long-term effects on your home. Effects for the good of everyone.Be .
Congratulations... sure you don't let this opportunity slip past you. Do something that / /
Best wishes go to Susie Lott and everyone will enjoy as much as you possibly can. For instance,going shop '
Virgil Walker who were married on ping might be okay for awhile but the kids are not going to be thrilled \
Aug. 1 at the Bradford Florist Wedding unless you are planning to take out a small loan for their on the way to the
Chapel. mall. Mix things up a little. You've got a few clays to play with. Go shopp- .
Congratulations also to Rebecca ing if you wish, then have a picnic lunch. Maybe go to St. Augustine or the 0'I '
Crawford and Hubert Anglon who beach or a lake. Go to a zoo or even a museumIn 6.9% 7 gO I 99

were married on Sat., Aug. 23 in fact, why not talk to your kldj' and ask them what they would like to 01 '_ 36 months) "d !:4 ;f 60_ months
Hampton Christina Church. Their do? They might surprise you with some answers. And, if you feel it's possi- 48-months )
wedding reception was held in the ble and not too far fetched, try to do some of them even if they are not exactly
Hampton City Hall. your idea of a big time out. After all, many of the things we do as a
family they probably don't enjoy either. 1986
Lake.. Another thing, when you getaway from work weekend-FOHGET IT!
Hampton No matter what you do for a living, just let the world go on without you fora
Mrs. Barbara! Giraldi and day or two. That means don't even bring the briefcase home this
children, Kristen, Jennie, Nicoleand weekend, leave it at your desk. You see, unless you can mentally relax 'wum.(8( to Choose)
Tommy, of Sardinia, Italy, spent physical rest doesn't help much. And, if you just remove your body from
several days last week with her aunt work but leave your mind there, you're no help to your family at all. Not to '
and uncle, Mr. & Mrs Richard. vour husband, wife or kids. When you get away-get away! V-6 Engine, 5 Speed Overdrive,
Graham. ft'' .
Mrs. Giraldi and children flew to Finally, there's something else you can do as a family which can help Tachometer, P205' BSW, Power
New York from !Italy, then includedMr. every member to relax in another way. Learn about spiritual things Steering, Power Brakes, Interval
& Mrs. Graham in their together. Study on your own or go to church so each of you can grow f
automobile lour of the states. together and yet grow individually. Don't underestimate the need for this. Wipers, Factory Air Conditioning
It will help you rest "inside" and that's really the best rest of all.\ '
Mrs. Madonna Gilbert and List 10,99500
daughters, Karen and Anna, left for Here's the point. As a family each of you, parents and kids, have the Individual -
their home in Durham, N.C., on Friday and collective need for relaxation physically, mentally and
following. three week visit with spiritually. This tjpe of "complete" rest will let you go back to work with a
her parents, Mr. & Mrs- Fran J\1'ng, different perspective. It will help you control your work instead of it con- Special Sale $899500'
and other relatives and friends here, trolling you. All it takes is a little H & R (rest and relaxation). That's not
Jacksonville and Gainesville. such a bad deal if you think about it.
Ed KirMand is pastor of the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church on Highway
August Birthd a's... 16 at Ki"IIS'I'tulle./ If you want to submit a family topic or respond to an
Aug. 6 Kathy Langford; 16th aiticlp .you mav ('aI/ills/ office at 533-2018 or write to: How's the Family?,
Randall Hhoden, John Underwoodand Kin/'s/cv/ Lake Baptist Church, Rt. /I. Box 586. Starke. Fla. 32091. 1986 Ranger ((4x4))
Melissa Salvatore; 19th Joey Niimi'.s/mfdii'.s.scs/ ar<> not printed.
hall. 20th! Robbie Rowley and Paul SpecialV6
Phillips; 21st Kelly Cribbs. Jimmy

Tracy Long and Youngblood Alan Rogers; 18; -Aug.Christie 16 5 Speed Overdrive, Tilt Wheel, Speed Control,

Hall; 19 June Haddock, Tim Crews Power Steering, Power Brakes, Air Conditioning, Sale I
and Charles Woodard; 20 Freda
Tinted Glass.
:Mitchell and David Meng; 21- Belle NOTICE
Brown. Pam McWilliums and Henry
Hhoden; 22 Miranda Lee; 24 Amy $1 0 495.
List 12495.00
Williams; 25 Tracy Youngblood
and Rodney Padgett; 26 Carmol Pursuant to Florida Statute ,
Thornton and Edward Baker; 27 -
Terry Kerschner; 28 Angela 102.141 ((2))
Thomas ;and Vicki Hutto; 29 Ruth
Meng. Denise Curtis; 30 Verdis 1986 l;:

Joshua Hawking i Meng.and Dink Baker; 31 F150-133" WB (Only 4 Left!) ;

The Bradford County Canvassing 300 Six Cyl., 4 Speed Creeper

Hampton Elementary Trans. #5450 G.V.W. Headliner
School... Board will convene Wednesday, ,
Principal Mary Ann Kyle described Insulation Pkg., L.M. Mirrors *Includes Freight -Add Sales Tax
:Mon., August 25, as being a 'fan- September 3, 1986, 10 a.m. in the ((5)) P235 Tires. ..
\ idMic' opening day of school with 213 ,'t i
( ,Indents enrolled. Bradford County Courthouse to Llst11,695
K.iculty' and staff this year includes
teachers: Kindergarten publicly canvass absentee ballots J
Watson; Grade 1 Jean Clark; Special Sale
llrucle2 Shirley Bagwell; Grade cast in the September 2 1986 First I ,
Edith: Shaw; Grade 4 Mindy ,
Beville; Grade 5- Bill King; Grades
Millie Kramig; Grade 7 Carol Primary Election. $9495 4! ,:
:McLeod; Intermediate Resource for i ,
Grades amt 5 Claudette Frees;
Chapter 1 and PrepEarselene Zimmerman
; Physical Education and Neva FlynnSupervisor
Alternative Ed -Steve Acree; Media
Specialist- Kathryn Brooke; Special
Education Alice Faye Waters; Terwillegar Motors473FORD
Secretary Lucy Hodges; Teachers
Aides Debbie Donnerstag. of Elections

Margaret Wadsworth and SheilaPadgett (Keystone Heights) 964-7200 (Starke)
; Cafeteria Manager Ruth
Paladino with assistants, Tina
Woodward and Betty Stone; Custodian -
Sidney Dell; Carole Stevenson
will teach Music on Thursdays.
Speech Teacher is Denise Adams.
Jeannie Kish is Guidance Counselor
parish hall.

New Teachers... .
Bill King now teaching the 5th
!grade is from Keystone Heights. He
formerly taught at Bradford High 'gO
School and 11the Clay County I{
Schools schools as well as out of state l 4

Alice Faye Waters, the new ,
Special Ed teacher, lives within two
miles of the school. She is a graduate
of the University of Florida and I
taught last year at Lawtey Elemen- .I
tary School. "
!Millie Galanos has been employedat Re-Elect
II.K.S. for number of years in
various capacities. She was marriedon '
Aug. 9 to Steve Kramig and is now Dr. Len
teaching 6th grade. Initiated and Pursued $400,000

Active PTA... SchlofmanSchool grant for BHS Auditorium.
The Hampton PTA has been a
necessary factor in operating an ef-
I licient school.
They began this school year by CappecJLIegalj''''and other professional -
serving coffee and donuts on the
opening day of school to new 'tees (to keep more
parents, primarily those enrolling Board
children in Kindergarten. Assistingwith for education.
this service were Debbie money
Broome, Judy Archey, Sallye Scod- District 3
gills and Joy Hutto.
On Friday afternoon, Aug. 29, the
Worked for construction of
PTA will sponsor a Popsicle Day
with treats being offered at 25 cents
each. VOTESEPTEMBER Starke Elementary walkway,

truck driving range and

ELECT NICHOLS k reconstruction of high school.


Published every Tlmrsday
at 135: W. Call Street
Starke. Florida. :32091Scoiul !

Class postage paid! at

.1 Starke. I1l1rid.1Suh'I'riptilll1 Rates: For The Children of Bradford County

In-trude area: 12.00 per year
$7.00 six i months Tt r>Ad. 'Campaign Tr. urer. Dr. Pctn Ol.naiI

OtiMcIv area SI 1:1: per year
37,5ir( months


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August 28. 1986 TELEGI1ztPll'age I .\

I Growth Management is Overriding Issue, Says Smith 101EIIICIlOlS I'I

The overriding Issue facing the county area of Baker, Bradford and Secretary of the Department of Corrections 'Magic', Smith said in reference to is a distant third at this time.
State of Florida Is growth management Union Counties at Union County and a native of Bradford the candidate for governor from When asked "who Is the c--;::::
gubernatorial candidate Jim Park on SR-121 south of Lake Butler County. lie introduced Smith as a Jacksonville, but "I say it rhymes. Republican to beat?" Smith replied
Smith said in an interview Saturday The turn-out for the rally was most friend of correctional employees and with 'tragic'." "probably (former Tampa mayor'
evening. Aug. 23, at a political gratifying to Smith and his workers, received warm applause from the Following the very brief speeches, Bob) Martinez, but you can't rule WE BUY
rally/dinner in Lake Butler. with an estimated 1,600 persons in partisan group, a barbecue chicken dinner was serv- out (former Republican U.S. Con- ALUMINUMCANS
Smith said "law and order" is a attendance. Bradford County was Smith's speech to the gatheringwas ed. A shower came up and dampened gressman) Lou Frey. Either will
secondary Issue but is more popular well represented, having arrived in brief, not exceeding five shirts but not spirits of the group, be a formidable opponent in the
as a campaign item since one of his a motorcade of some 50 cars and minutes. Smith stated that he and was soon over. general election, he said.
opponents appears to be weak in this trucks. The caravan formed on Cll- favored an equity in pay between "The polls now show us running When asked for his opinion on Tuesjjiur 3:307pm3O9 _
area. 230E in front of the Maxie Carter Jr correctional officers and other law 50-50," Smith told The Telegraph. making death warrants "open end," -St.
Smith' television ads have been home, and proceeded to Lake enforcement officers. The beginning with an extremely high percentageof Smith said his position on this question CENTER
aimed almost entirely at candidate Butler, escorted by three city police salary now lags approximately $:tK( ) people undecided in the race bet- was the same as that of Gov. Starfce. Fl
Steve Pajcic's voting record in the cars. Carter is the Bradford aunty per year, and Smith pledged to keep ween the two front runners. Guber- Bob Graham: Leave the present
legislature on "law and order" campaign manager for the Smith the legislature in session next year natorial candidate Harry Johnston, statute alone. Any change would only 964-4060
issues. Smith claims that Pajcic has race. until equity has been attained. president of the 1986 Senate, has not open additional avenues for ap '
voted to weaken laws on por- The Bradford group arrived a few "He says his name rhvmes with been written off. Smith said, but he peals. >
nography, drug dealing and capital minutes later than planned and had I
punishment. to park at the far end of the lot.. By
the time the Bradford contingent arrived .
Barbecue Chicken Dinner... at the speakers platform, DOC {
The occasion was a barbecue head Louie L. Wainwright mas making i'ELECT SCOTT ROBERTS
chicken dinner hosted by Jim Smith the introduction. Wainwright is ,
campaign managers in the tri- NICHOLSCity Comm. I
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NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING, ', ,. !'! ..' /\I ;.,BUDGET.GENERAL'APPROPRIATION FUND ', ,0'H, ;, .."{pj.", :,",.,, ".,t' t ;,. ', .. '. '
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The Bradford County Board of County Commissioners hearing ACCOUNT_NUMBER ACCOUNT TITLE. f APPROPRIATION CODE.KEY
10-21-511-10 'Salaries & .Other Cost ''''l$6.9$6jQ'0 ,- 1
FISCAL YEAR 198687. All interested citizens are invited to attend '

the meeting. Any citizen has the right1 to make written or 10-21-511-34 d' .. Service/Maintenance i Agreement 39,900,00 1*
1 2 1-511-40 Auto Alowance & Travel Cost ,, 5000.00 i
oral comments with regards to the proposed use of the funds ,j ;>

before the County Commissioners Final Adopt. the Budget for. 10-21-511-41; 'L<,:." :.(; County Communication Service 4 ,OOOOO 1 I
: the 1986-87 Budget Year. ': 10-21-511-42 -,r\ ".: .. .; -. Rental Repairs & Subcription Cost .2.5 ,4.68r 00 ,1' !
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10-21-511-47 Printing and Binding Cost' :.",/. 1000.00' 1

Gilbert Brown E.L. Norman Esther B. Ellerson, 10-21-511-51/ Office Supplies & Materials 50000.00; 1

,,. Clerk to the Board Chairman of Board County' Finance .Dir..I, 10-21-511-54. I". Membership! Dues & Books KEY CODE ":' '
1986-87 FISCAL YEAR. 1''r'!I, 10-21-S11-64. ra'r' '1" New, Equipment Over .$100.00 (t''Y' "*. 'l,0'00pp-" \ 1. .

BRADFORD COUNTY ':t 10-21-513-10 Data Processing Cost '< .; ,' 20,060.00 1
10-21-513-32, Accounting and Auditing Cost ", -35,00000:,' 1

1. POPULATION ( as of April 1 1985)) ... 10-21.-513-34. i DP Contractual Services '" 5,000.00 1

COUNTY ( Unincorporated, ) . .. . . 13,198 65.6t, \ % 10 21-S13-46 ::;Y.' DP Repairs and Maintenance -'- ,"'./'I k'; ,' :.6',500ipO 1

BROOKER . . . . . . . . 429 2.\13%' 10-21-S14-31 County Attorney Retainer/Legal''c. ;'; '" 12,000.00 1
HAMPTON . . . . . . . . 470 2.34%" '" '
LAWTEY . . . . . . . . 713 3.54% '.10-21-S9Q-52 DP Supplies/Materials Cost 8000.00 1
S TAR K E . . . . . . . . 5 308 26 38% 10-22- 516-10 Clerk Circuit Salaries/Cost 126,320.00 1
TOTAL. . . . . . '. . 0,118 100.00% BUDGET APPROPRIATION .
UNINCORPORATED AREA . . . .. : . . 55.61 % '-.. ty ,'

INCORPORATED AREA. . ... . . : . :) .3i'.j9% 'i. KEY

.. __ .;. .:. .:. 10-23-513-10 Clerk Finance 91250.00: 1
- -- - -- -- -- - -- -- -.-- - - -- - -.-:- "- Salaries/Cost
10-24-S13-10 Appraiser Salaries & Operaring Cost 172,908.00: 1
2. ASSESSED, VALUATION ((1986 Tax Roll )
10-25-513- Tax Collector Commission 99,000.00 1
COUNTY ( Unincorporated: ) . . .184,929,715 75.49% .
BROOKER . . . . . . . 1,150,373 .41% 10-26-515-54' North Florida Reg. Planning Council 4,188.00 1
HAMPTON . . . . . . : . 1,155,138 .'48% 10-27-516-10 Clerk County Salaries & Cost 126425.00 1
LAWTEY . . . . . . . 2,610,248 .1.06%
STARKE . . . . . . . 55,127,885 22.50% 10-28-519-10 Supervisor/Election Salaries/Cost 66,887.00 1
10-28-519-51 Office Supplies/Materials 5,700.00 1
TOTAL. . . . . . . .244,973,359 100.00%
10-28-519-55 General Election 8,000.00 1

UNINCORPORATED AREA . . . . .. . 75:49: % 10-28-519-99. Reserve for Continpency 2,000.00 1

INCORPORATED AREA. :. . . . . . 24.51 % 10-29-519-10 Custodian Salaries and Cost 38,688.00 1

10-29-519-43 County Utilities/Fuel Cost 55,000.00 1
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10-29-519-40 Repairs and Maintenance Supplies 16,000.00 1
10-30-519-52 Bradford Chamber of Commerce 5,000.00 1

; 10-31-522-81 Fire Control Service Cost 7,012.00 1
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10-32-522-64 New Equipment Vol. Fire Department 5,000.00 1
4. TOTAL INCORPORATED AREAS 10-32-522-82 Volunteer Fire Department 30,320.00 1 '

10-37-524-10 Zoning Salaries/Cost 71,131.00 1
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: : :, : ::: : : : : ::, ,: ; :; 10-37-524-40 Auto Allowance Travel Exp./Supplies 1,500,00
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i. ;'''.")-(: .'i'. .,v', "'"" .f.': ',".'r.. \t)$'.. """'. !'"'IF'! 1I.'f/If. .. !..'' ...,.,.".........-...#10"" 37-'524-64'- '.. '""": New Equipment over $100.00 .. *- 500.00 1
5. ELECTION ( as of August 11 1986))) ;
10-37-524-99 Zoning Quarterly Report-City 1,500.00. 1

COUNTY . . . . . .. . . 4,813 51.71 % 10-39-525-10 Communication, Salaries/Cost -' 26,756.00 1
BROOKER . . . . . .. ',' 127 \ 1.63%
HAMPTON . .. . . . . . 187 2.40% 10-39-525-46 Communication Repairs & Maintenance 8,600.00 1
LAWTEY . . . . . . . 348 4.46% 10-39-525-51 Office Supplies/Materials 650.00 1
STARKE . . . . . . . 2,325 29.80%
I 1039-525-64; New Equipment over $100.00 455.00 1

TOTAL . . . . . . .7,800 100.00% 10-41-537-10 Ag. & Home Economic Salaries/Cost 39,042.00 1 1

: Auto Allowance & 5,600.00Office 1
UNINCORPORATED AREA. . . . . . 61'.71% 10-41-53j Travel Cost

INCORPORATED AREA . . . . . . 38.29% 10-41-537751 Supplies/Materials 1500.00 1
10-41-537-52', Demonstration & 4-H Supplies 1,100.00 1
ESTIMATED REVENUE 10-41-537-64 New Equipme rx{ ;,fqv !,ttWO.OO i } 700.00 1Veter

FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1987 10-42-553-10 '.. rhSaHrYCqst,| .: i" 6,120.00 1

KEY 10-43-562-52 Welfarecpaupep Burialv, 1,200.00 1

ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT TITLE REVENUE CODE 10-45':562-82: Bradford.-Homemakei7-rCj3St. 8,617.00 1

10-311-100 Taxes 5.933'on 184,929,715 1,097,187.00 1 11-47-562-11 M. C. Director: Salaries/Cost 55879.00 1

10-320-100 Contractors Registration '1J. ,'1 1a9y, 1 11-47-562-43,1 Utilities,. Expenses r rh:, 480.00 1

10-321-100 Occupational Licenses Fees 12Og0 Op 1 11-47-562-44: Rental and Lease Agreement, '! ;! 32,860.00 1

10-322-110 ZoringUnincorporated, : & Incorporated. 2y500:00 1 11-47-562-45 Insurance, Expense, ,:; y.mn.!} ., 2,200.00 1

10-334-610 Mosquito Control State I & II 19994.00 1 11-47-562-46 Repairs ,,and /1 tt."t enanceService', 4,050.00 1

10-334-630 Child Support Enforcement Fees 500.00 1 11-47-562-52 Gas 0i1"JL, b iCfnt"c9! ; ,1t, 4,325.00 1

10-334-710 State Grant to Library 12000.00 1 11-47-S62-52-A Chemlca qo l''Jrlf' ( >n'. rnFs", > 90.00 1

10-335-120 State Revenue Sharing 225,000.00 1 il-47-562-54 Membership. Oue.:' ,,, tnuo'. "., t. 1000 1

10-335-130 Insurance Agent Licenses Fees 1,000.00, 1 12-48-S62-20. Mosquitj9C9jTtrol, ; \,te.. ,I\:.Operat." .Cost 3,250.00 1
10-335-140 Mobile Home Licenses 9,000.00 1 12-48-S62-43 Utilities Expenses 120.00 '*
10ITA.t 10-335-150 AlcQholic Beverage Licenses 3,000.00 1 12-48-562-44 Rental and Lease Agreement 9000.00 1

10-335-180 Half-Cent Sales Tax 240,000.00 1 12-48-562-46 Repai qlfdJ113q'hteMhte' Service 750.00 1
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10-337-100 City Grant Public Library ,225.00 1 12-48-S62-52 pn.iAiwnjffrw05\: 980.00 1

10-341-530 Clerk of Court Receipts 75,000.00 1 12-48-552-52-A Chemicals Cost 900.00 1

10-343-450 Dump & SeJtic Tank Permits ,550.00 1 13-49-582-10( Mosquito Control State II Cost : ., 1250.00 1
10-352-100 .... County Library Fines J "; ,1,000.00. 1 13-49-562-44. : Rental and Lease Agreement :. 2,120.00' 1

10-361-100 \;\f' >. Interest Earned on Accoun J 95 ,000.00 1 ,..z.$1. \: \, :':- '. ; GENERAL FUND I
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10-362-100 '(..,\.' ., Rent 'iI.:t.t 1 400.00 1 M'iJI, "ir./;; BUDGET APPROPRIATION ?.!. 'j.,
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10-369-400 : Reirrrbursement City Starke p.t( 43,445.00 1 ;" ,' .j!< '
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10-359-700 ; \ ; .,. 1 .. ,. KEY
10-359-900 :' Miscellaneous Revenue i :;:-., 5,000.00 1 ACCOUNT NUMBER',. ACCOUNT TITLE APPROPRIATION!! CODE

10-399-100 :,.J ; Less 5% D1s ount' ,YP': ((94,940.00)) 1 13-49-562,1: ": ) Repairs and Maintenance Ser. 250.00 1

'/.." ; .13-49-562-52 '" Gas Oil Lubricants Etc. .1' 1,256.00 1

10-171-100 ,'I.i\' \. : 'Total. Estimated Revenue ,,:,';, -..1 03,862.,00 1 1349562'52A "" Chemical Cost -. .90.00,1

10-101-100 "\t.t.: ;. ", Balance: Cash .......... ." 239,051.00 1 ,
82' Bradford Co. Guidance Clinic '
10 52 563- 68,680.00
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: j :' Ital Estimated 2,042,913.00 1
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Bradford Retarded Citizens 69d4.00
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14-57-571-41 Communication Cost ,: <.r":\".,,:'''\: \S p 0 q0 '{):ii'J.. ,' ACCOUNT?_-NUMBER "' ACCOUNT TITLE APPROPRIATION -CODE

14-57-571-43. :; Utilities Cost ,'. ',; "':'."':"J'I.I ,>f')f
Machine Rental Allocation' "%- ;. : : :, Q.1.1'=: 16-31. "I- Court Appointed Public Def 30,000.00 1Witness :
14.57-571-44 .. 't"'t;'": f':60Qi.o.,\ ...:...")". :.!...,.t.i: ,.;, 'r. I' i i ;: i. i
,.. _\... '"""LTabl11ty Insur6inCe"CgSt-" : )": "r.;., rm :'1 .'.L'7 ; 16 4 I iio.-t>'r, t O. Fees & Other CostJud1c1alBa1l1ffCosts 28,000.00 1
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Repairs and Maintenance Ser.S y 2; J :'.\ : Q-J4 : < 'Sheriff: 2,600.00 1
14-57-571-46 ; :, < r i !R9 : !. t ,:;. 16'3D// :, '"" :.t '
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Office Supplies -" it': ,:- 51733 1
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14-57-571-52 .: Gas 011 Lubricants Etc.i'? I. .;>,'' ''''p':" ,.'. TJjIlj t)' ,":'' r. ',; .::': ":.:-30-16-521-30'; \ Sheriff: Salaries & Operating Cost 351,579.00 1 ; :

14-57-571-66 Books and Processing Cost '," ".. jBjppql-00..; ''1 ';v 30-16-523-30 Jail : Salaries & Operating Cost 217,181.00 1 I' :
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10-75-515-83" I 'f', ; County Development I I : .;' .r. 1OOO0.00Q;. ; ";! .',.,1'Jt ":3Q-13-S27-Z. '- ",$ j 2,000.00 1 ,
10-77-562-52 Hospital/Nursing Home Billings "120,000.DQ,: : : ':.1.' ..': '30-20-591-99 ':'' .Reserve for Contingency 25000.00 1 "f
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10-77-562-53 Indigent Ambulance Billings 15500; : Q :.. '1. \ BUDGET
", t ; ,30241lOOiv4COO,00 :' } : 1986-87 731.360.00

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10-79-537-52: ; Soil Conservation :;. : 8,45'5100' .< .', \ 1t1". : ; :f" "
10-80-591-99 Clerk Res. for Contingency ". '1 "'. FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING FUND .
10-81-591-99 County Res. for Contingency! ;.40.500:0( ()O .. :; ,t f": THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30 1987 'I"I'
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TOTAL BUDGET APPROPRIATION 1986-87, '''2p42i9t3JOO.-4[ ; .':-.f.,? ,. .." .:t. ; KEY ;I

1; .' .: :"., "' .:' :.( ,-. ,il:::: ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT TITLE REVENUE CODE f" ;

COUNTY TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND,. ,' t,, : '; :- :; 40-101-100 Balance: Cash 120,000.00 1
.'!'o 'i'1 : ;:: : :, "":'" :. "; ...1'" ,
FORITHEEFISCALNYEAR. ENDING '.30'1987' .J.f.t-R\: .::..', "';i Total Estimated Revenue/Cash 120.000.00 1 I II

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't.": .., ,;,\.; :;,n. I""' 't':ij :.if: ". .KEY"., "'-I;' '. '. FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING FUND
20-312-410 Sale Tax Gasoline : ..
County on r280QOQO ; } '
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20-335-415 802 Surplus Gas/Motor Tax 55,006.0p60.00Qt'00 1, KEY
20-335-420 20% Surplus Gas/Motor Tax 1 I
40-01-516-54 Law Library BooksMaterials,000,00 1 ,
20-335-425 Earnings on 202: & 80% Surplus? ", '2QO..9.. 1
40-21-511-45 i
4 County Insurance/Bonds 55,000.00 1 ii
20-335-440 Pour Over Trust Gas Taxes 130,000:09 1 i
: : l lM"i5'o6pb" .. 40-21-511-64 New Equipment Over $100.00 13583.00 1
20-361-100 Interest Earned on Account ;, ,;',:;35000'QO; ,':" 1.
: )": : fl,, 40-21-513-34 DP Contractual Services 6,000.00 1
20-369-400 Refund Gas Oil and Lubricant ;.;:' .,25,000,) .00. 'ii =M;;:;>r: .;.1",' '=:40.21=:560-49 Medicine/Doctor Fees 4,800.00 1

20-369-900 Other Miscellaneous Revenue ,1 ,
40-21-590-52 Computer Cost Allocation 12,500.00 1
20-383-100 Transfer: Building Reserve :180,000.00;., .1
: ;40-21-590-71 Computer Principal/Interest Cost 23500.00 1
20-399-100 Less 5% Discount ,-:, ((38335'.100); ); .1- '
402159099t Reserve for Contingency 2617.00 1
20-335-450 St. Local Fuel User ,D! : OO',' '. T' :
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: : I, 40-241-100. TOTAL BUDGET APPROPRIATION 1986-87 120000.00

.. -20-171-100 'Total Estimated Revenue '728365.00. .' ... '. ,"".1.. ., I

20-101-100 Balance: Cash 295 '27L 1.00' '.. ,;" i'
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Total_ ,. .. Estimated! Revenue/Cash. -_ -.;1,023,636:00.-; ; .: > .... :'! ...:. .. '
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FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER. 30,,'),,108.. %t.4:;;t' .. :..} .5.o.341-02 Law Library Filing Fees 2.100.00. 1
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.....:.,.:'I:1.. :!, : :. :;, ..\ii i. ;.t : ". &I ."'50-361.100. Interest Earned on Account 200.00 1

ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT TITLE : .:; APPROPRIATION; tCODf':' 50-383-100; Transfer: Building Reserve Fund 11000.00 1

20-11-541-10 Salaries & Other Cost ..,;:' A ,<.,p! .>.Q'L1.1: ;: { .50.399-100, Less 5% Discount ((665.00)) 1 I

20-11-541-34 Surveyor Fees and :\:' on.n .:1.1" : 1\.f.! .
Expenses : ; '
." .,.:. w 22Q"" 1"" r. t, ,. .'..". '. ,.""- 5Q-171-100. Total Estimated Revenue 12635.00 1
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20-11-541-43 F re i 9 h..:" '..: '"\.; ,jj"7 :2SQ0Of, '7:,;: < "",;:<,'''t'r..;i.0.;; = Ol-1o' ++ : .">. Balance: Cash .00 1 I

2 0-11 -541-40 Rental/Capital ,Lease AgreeLiability Equ1p"42OOctlQ.! ; .:";, ':, ,,; ,' ''1..' : :" :"- '" ," I
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..' ., . Total Estimated Revenue/Cash 12635.00 1
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20-11-541-45 Insurance Cost"l..;": :,:,,!, '2WOQ'0 .: '('..... ",t" :' ', : / M II
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20-11-541-46 Repairs and .Maintenance Cost .- ;r ";<" )6S OOOOO; ; .: I. 1 r :' ;)41 ". < ,; I I
.... I' .. .. .. ..',. : LAW LIBRARY FUND
20-11-541-\50 Supplies &,, Materials '" .S.lOp.-pO,,',>!' #?:" "JK ;,,fc-. .. -.; .: '! BUDGET APPROPRIATION I

20-11-541-52. Gas /Oil Lubricants '& Etc : '';; .. 78,00O.00: '; .../ ;'..::1l";. ,s: ,' :;1f.. .: : FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1987

20-11-541-53 New Contrticti J:1/Upkeep of Roads.275V50oVdoi: : *" ; .
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20-11-541-58 Small tools under $100.00:. ., :'- ':'.",' ':*4 .,1,000.QQ. .r'lit/CCOUN: NUMBER ACCOUNT TITLE APPROPRIATION COOS

'20-11-541-64 New Equipment Over $100.00 ;! ,35OOOO jY' -08-516..40 '. County Judge Travel Expenses 1.250.00 1
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20-12-541-3\ County Engineer Cost ; i...}; ;:'. ,i. .{150QQ..;. Q4")?! :.. !' !!. 0.08-516.51 Circuit Judge Office Supplies 500.00 1 .1

20-13-541-20 Sign Shop Salary '& Other Cost 16,351,00 1. 50r08-516-51-A. County Judge Office Supplies 500.00 1 j

20-13-541-50 Office Supp./Demonstratlon Construct.15,300,00 10-08-516-54' Law Library Books/Materials 8.885.00 1 ;:
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20-14-541-46 Maintenance Agreement RR ? ..'' .. >* '18,000.00; ,! 5008516991f Reserve for Contingency 1500.00 1 ':.

20-15-541-59 County Surplus Property ..' .: "*' >:6000,0p; I"... 50-241-100"< \ TOTAL BUDGET APPROPRIATION 1986-87 12635.00 "

20-16-541-99 Reserve for Contingency 45.000.00'1 :.'. )S'J COUNTY E.M.T. FUND

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FINE AND.;fFQRfEITURE, FUND. ., .....-.....!...':. -,>,. :", ........ .... ..' -. .-...-...."'...........ACCOUNT, .,_. .. NUMBERFOR'THE'FrStAL ... .. ACCOUNT TITLE REVENUE CODE
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YEAR ENDtNGSEPTEMBER: \'t'98t 55-311-100; Taxes .757 on 184i929,715 139.992.00 1
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: )' "' : Funds Grant 14500.00 1
\ ; : : :. 55-334-740 State EMS -
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55-342-600 EMT Fees for Services 50.000.00 1
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,55361100j Interest Earned on Account 5000.00 1
30-311-100 Taxes 1,874 on 184,929,715. 346558.00 1 .
i** l' 55-399-100: Less 5% Discount ((10,475.00)) 1
.30-334-161 State Reimbursement Public Def. ..3,000.0.0State .

30-334-200 Reimbursement Prison Case .. :.>;7 ,OOO'OO !' ..i",r55-.171rroO; Total Estimated Revenue' 199017.00 1
,4 '
State Inquest Medical Examiner, ." ,: .55-101-100., ..;. Balance: Cash ,105.00 1
30-334-290 : .. .,-,* 2500.Q ; .... ) -
.. .,. ... i Distribution 1 Allj'ocTtTonT'- ::* '''';' : .!:.. : : "" .'.'..:;.-'Estimated Revenue'/Cash' 208,122.00 .4',7':1:
30-335-182 VOObVOO" f.
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Inmate / .f' ,, \.. ,"" FUND
30-335-183 Supplemental Distribution f'eji'.dpp.poCivil '. '1.,.' '; COUNTY E.M.T. .
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Fees Collected isjooofop/; : l ,, -: BUDGET APPROPRIATION
30-341-520 ; .ff'i': :' 't FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING. SEPTEMBER 30 1987 .

30-341-540 Fines and Bonds : Unincorporated 100,000.PO'. .1'-:; V"'! ''KEY

30-341-541 ': Fines and Bonds : 'Incorporated .,. 28,OOO.p ) ;' ,ACCOUNT' NUMBER ACCOUNT TITLE APPROPRIATION CODE

30-351-300 Cty. Law Enforcement'Fees Sp FiF,. ., 3200.00, }: 1ti'55-20.526-12 E.M.T., Salaries 117,567.00, ?1

30-361-100 Interest Earned on Account 31,000.00 1 Other Personal Services 29,565.00 :".i r, :l'
55-20-526-13 '
30-399-100 Less 5% Discount ((35.16300)) ,1 FICA TaxesRetirement 8,4EO.00I : : 1
I .55-20.526-21 .I;;./ ,'-
\ 15,400.00
30-171-100 Total Estimated Revenue v": ?'r"' 1 : ; ;1' '!1f.'I.n1
f.i668,0.95.0p-v< 55-20:526-22 }
.. 5.700.6o. }
.1" Life and Health Insurance"EMT f : i
'U 631265.00' '
30-101-100 Balance: Cash :. 1. 55-20-526-23 r.YV4'''''' '
Wo"rker' 3,595.66"
Total Estimated Revenue/Cash 731360.00 .1 ,55-20, -526-24 s Compensation 1

Maintenance. Contract-Agreement 1,000.00 1


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;, MDA Fight_ Unites ,Community
j From Page SA members of the United Methodist. '
: a real help to our regular Youth Fellowship."
members," commented Chief The local volunteers will be reporting
llardee) "They are civic-minded their results of the local drive at r.
citizens who hold jobs in the com- regular intervals throughout the n
munity and are in constant touch telethon broadcast."We .
with us through pager systems they will be railing into the drive
carry at all times They are always headquarters In Gainesville each
ready to assist in any type of hour during the broadcast to report
emergency or special assignments. out results" Green said. "That's
They are a tremendous asset. It how we keep the totals as accurate REPUTATIONS CANNOT BE BOUGHT

them would"be hard to operate without as Preparation possible. for this weekend's the Dark AND SOLD LIKE TV TIME. BEFORE YOU

: Starke Fire Department i final event began early with the VOTE FOR A JUDICIAL CANDIDATE,
volunteers include Jimmy Davis cooperation of local merchants. We Specialize In Helping
Bill )lljney, Jack Nunnery Bryan "The Explorer Post members People Hear Better! TAKE TIME TO FIND OUT WHAT
1 Stephens Darrin Hardee Jeff distributed canisters to the food and OTHERS THINK!
Johnson and Andrew Moon. convenience stores several months
Starke Explorer Post 4611( will also ago," Green said. "The response to Come By and See Us
i send out its members for the drive those has been good this year so we Ask your family lawyer
this weekend. are eager to keep up the momentumin 1st Monday of each monthDue
They will be manning the this final weekend of the drive.We've Ask your sheriff or deputy
telephone lines donated by Faulkner to Labor Day Holiday
had cooperation from
great Ask clerk of court
Kealty call .is The 964-5069.local tlephone numberto those merchants." Next Date: Tuesday, Sept. 2 your

"We hope people who don't drive "We would like to thank everyone 9:30 12:30at ASK ANYONE FAMILIAR WITH THE
through the roadblock will do their involved in the drive this year,"
share by calling the number we have Green said. "We have had solid support COURT SYSTEM AND WE EXPECT YOU
set up: Green said. "We also would from many private citizens in Mitchell's Drug StoreIn FIND THAT NATI-
i like to thank some other volunteers addition to the businesses here in WILL JUDGE
McDonalds employees have Starke and it has made a big dif a DOUGHTIE HAS A REPUTATIONFOR
.I volunteered 10 hplr'llncl also ference." and/or Hearing Aid Check Up. If you can
hear but not understand, take advantage of COMPETENCE, FAIRNESS, AND
Don't BuyAnything. this special event by a Fla. Licensed HearIng INTEGRITY.SOLID .
/ Aid Specialist from Gainesville.

Serving N. Fla. for 16 Yrs. In-Home Appts. Available

r---:' Audio Hearing Services
YOU'VE -."- 1905 NW 13th St. Gainesville 373-5507

CHECKED __._. .
SECTION!' .- i

55-20-526-40 Training and Travel Cost 1,000.00 .1,, ; t. ESTIMATED REVENUE
.'., .
55-20-526-41 Communication Cost 800,00 1 1\.f' FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30 1987

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55-20-526-43 Utilities and Light Bills 3850.00 1 KEY

55-20-526-45 Auto Liability Insurance 2,750.00 1 ACCOUNT NUMBER ;' ACCOUNT TITLE REVENUE CODE

55-20-526-46 Repairs and Maintenance 5,500.00 1 71-361-100 S/W Interest Earned on Account 1,500.00 1

55-20-526-51 Office Supplies/Materials 965.00 1 71-383-100 Transfer: Building Reserve Fund 21,000.00 1

Less 5% Discount ((1,125.00)) 1
55-20-526-52 Gas Oil Lubricants Cost 4675.00 1 71-399-100
I 55-20-526-52-A Medical Supplies/Materials 6,305.00 1 71-171-100 Total Estimated Revenue 21,375.00 1

55-20-526-55 Other Miscelleanous Cost 1,000.00 1 71-101-100 Balance: Cash 27,625.00 1

55-241-100 TOTAL BUDGET APPROPRIATION 1986-87 208,122.00 i. Total Estimated Revenue/Cash 49,000.00 1

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I 71-99-582-71 Retirement of Bonds S/W 16.000.00. 1
I I 60-361-100 Building Reserve Interest Earned 2,500.00 1 .
71-99-582-72 Interest on Bonds S/W' 5.700.00.1
I 60-383-100 Racing Monies 223250.00 1 '
71-99-582-99 Reserve forgDebt Service _;, 27300.00 1 '
I 60-399-100 Less 5% Discount (11288.00) 1. If; ;

71-241-100 TOTAL BUDGET APPROPRIATION 1986-87 49000.00
I 60-171-100 Total Estimated Revenue 214,462.00 1 .

I, 60-101-100 Balance: Cash 35,000.00 1 -.to
I CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND ">,;' ,. sloe moil '
Total Estimated Revenue/Cash 249.462.00 1
ESTIMATED! REVENUE0-8' ',n E''ni-I"'laJ! ? '-

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-T111.; 72-383-200 Transfer: Mosquito Control ". 31,380.00 1
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ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT TITLE APPROPRIATIONaJ.n'CODE.6 72-171-100. Total Estimated Revenue ?: 31380.00

60-20-581-91 Transfer: Transportatln Fund 180OOOiOO''' '. 1 72-101-100 Balance: Cash: ( ': iaq; gmki{ I. 14,230.00 .1',
.:: Total Estlmatecf'RevCalff'0' V' r rty
45.610.00 1 /
60-50-581-91 Transfer: Law Library Fund 11000.00 1 .. jBiiiiu'fci.TOiw Ill fl-J. .,. *

60-70-581-91 Transfer: Courthouse Debt Ser 37,462.00 1 y:fr : r>.i..j a ni :-r

60-71-581-91 Transfer: Solid Waste\ Debt 21.000.00 1 CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND; ,lfnn. ,alMflP cvite!, '

BUDGET APPROPRIATION< '-:t Dole.ro.fvr"' ;
60-241-100 TOTAL BUDGET APPROPRIATION 1986-87 249462.00 FOR THE FISCAL YEAS,' ENQ ,NC! ;uSEPTEMUER. 30 1987 '

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ESTIMATED REVENUE 72-99-534-71 Landfill Comp ctor.- principal. 25,500.00 1A.fMUVliU1J.
KEY 72-99-534-72 Landfill Compa"c,. 0n'Oriflte' ; \rpptj[ ... 7100.00 1
Future 13010.00 1
---- 72-99-591-65
70-361-100 Sinking Reserve Interest Earned 10,000.00 1
70-383-100 Transfer: Building Reserve Fund 37462.00 1
a : u '. ',' :t;',
70-399-100 Less 5% Discount ::; :' .
((2,373.00)) 1 .
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70-171-100 Total Estimated Revenue 45.089,00 1 '.. \
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.S 'h<< M!o; ,) .1 ,,if! J rric.I ; r 11.\.II.r t I t. .
70-101-100 Balance: Cash 108.411.00 1 : :
I. f .(t ,
Total Estimated Revenue/Cash 153,500.00 l' ., .'
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SINKING RESERVE FUND :'..."r"lJ., '.,1'',:,., .. f . ." ..,., '
BUDGET APPROPRIATION "t1./J? ?:i ,""t,;'..11 I ;;( J T tl ';P.ir .! .

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70-99-582-51 Printing of Coupons 300.00 1 lJ KtY
70-99-582-71 Retirement Bond Issue-Courthouse ----.
40000.00 1
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73-311-100' Taxes remitted to the State .343

,I 70-99-582-72 Interest on Bonds Courthouse 21,825.00 1 .. .,' '.'"%: .t t on 184,929,715 63431.00 1

70-99-582-99 Reserve for Debt Service 91375.00 1 73-399-100 ; :.::1", ... Less 5% Discount ((3.172.00)) .1

70-241-100 TOTAL BUDGET APPROPRIATION 1986-87 153500.00 ,'" : ..:tn'i':z!; Total Taxes Remitted 60,259.00' 'i





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epeelkealhere4nr. .
"..er.a.e -. -...- .
accessed--valve-- I''
4 ,:.'.. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL :'," .. :::1" :\ f-4 t J .4sly-l4r.-er-'.- ,
*" .. AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED' ON',' *, <' >. .'" ti. "et-.UH.- .

NOVEMBER 4 19 8 6 td>--By--general' .
1 I' !he-exempe4en-she." .
NOTICE OF ELECTION oehee3-dele4etor- '
f '-i-Oii' assessmentsr--- ."
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I ,. GEORGE FIRESTONE of *er-- -.,,'-.. '
Secretary State of the .
State of Florida. do hereby give notice that an determined respect to be

election will be held in each County in Florida state agency
on November' 4 1986 for or' repealed on the
the ratification provides for the .
( rejection o f'.d amendments to the percentage of its

( Constitution of the State of Florida :

NO. 1 .. '? .' 1H.t By
.,1./;/;.,' 'therein the .
.. residents, ad .
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT "" "I { 'I, 'ad valorem tax
j ) :" I general law.
: "

SECTION 20. A ; "'
ARTICLE IV Section 6 of Article
.' EXECUTIVESECTION exemption with res 1
shall take effect ,

(a) There t. Cabinet.shall be a cabinet composed of a secretary of state, an I'

attorney general, a comptroller, a treasurer, a commissioner of
agriculture and a commissioner of education. In addition to the powersand
duties specified herein, they shall exercise such powers and perform
such duties as nay be prescribed by law.

(bl) The secretary of state shall keep the records of the official
acts of the legislative and executive departments.

(cl) The attorney general shall be the chief state legal officer.
There is created in the office of the attorney general, the position; oftaewde
prosecutor. The, statewide prosecutor shall' have concurrenturladictton directed by genera
with, the state attorneys to prosecute violations, of crtminalavs supreme court as
occurring or having occurre In two or, moreart ,udcial circyits as circulated pursuant
subject: to their
of a related transaction, or when any such offense is affecting oras
affected two or more, -ludiclal circuits as provided bv general law. heard on the sees
,.... opinion expe fit ou. ; i
The statewide prosecutor shall be appointed bv the attorney genera P
It.. than, three persons. nominated b. thelud nom natlnobv
commission for the supreme court or aa' otherwise provided general ; ;
1ai ; ; I

(d) The comptroller shall serve as the chief fiscal officer of thestate SECTION 3. I d
and shall settle. and approve accounts against the state.

(e) Th. treasurer shall keep all state, funds and securities. He justices. Of the ..
at least
shall disburse state funds only upon the order of the comptroller. Such court who I
order may be In any form and may require the disbursement of state funds original supreme .
by electronic means or by means of a magnetic tape or any other transfer The I
medium decision. When i

(f) The commissioner of agriculture shall have supervision of matters assigned convening to because.Sla't :
pertaining to agriculture except as otherwise provided'by law I

(g) The commissioner of education shall supervise the public
education in the law
system manner prescribed by
a ( Shall hear
__.. (1))
ARTICLE V imposing the death
, JUDICIARYSECTION appeal constitution.declaring

17. State attorneys.--In each judicial circuit a state
attorney shall be elected [ors term of four years. Except_ as otherwise ((2))
provided In this constitution, he shall be prosecuting officer of ell judgments entered
certificates of
trial courts in that c ho and shall performthe other duties prescribed bygeneral
agencies relating
law; provided, when law, the
electric, ,
violations of all municipal ordinances may be prosecuted by municipal gas. or
prosecutors. A state attorney shall be an elector of the state and review
reside.- in the territorial jurisdiction of the circuit.' He shall be and expressly(3)) May declares

have been a member of the bar of Florida for tier "preceding five years a provision of .
He shall devote full time to his duties, and he shall not engage in the affects a class
private practice oflaw.. State attorneys shall 'appoint such assistant expressly and
state attorneys as may be autHorffecT by 'law.\ court of appeal or

,-". . 1(4)( May review ..,
NO.2... passes upon a .. ]}
Importance, or
a decision of .
((5) .
ARTICLE X SECTION 15 by the district
of great public ,

SECTION: CASINO GAMBLING AUTHORIZED administration require immediate of

(a) The conduct and operation of casino I gambling I I Is authorized -. ::
(6)) May
as hereinafter P rovided. of the United .

I (b) Casino gambling shall be permitted only In a county precedent determinative of the'of.

where the electors of the county, pursuant to an initiative ;

I referendum, have authorized conduct and operation (7.1) May issue
I of casino gambling. Said Initiative referendum'/nay limit necessary to the :

the conduct and operation of casino gambling to gee(8)( May issue
offic.u and state :
graphic areas within the county. Nothing shall preclude

.theelectorsofacountyfromestabiishingadditianalgeo(9)(! May, or ..,

graphic areas. for casino gambling by subsequent refer- of returnable appeal or before any ,

en d a. .
(110) Shall, .
(c) In any county where casino gambling has been approved the provisions of

as provided in subsection (b) above, such casino opinion ot the

gambling shall only be conducted and operated at hotelsw.VYith500ormoresiee .

P In g units which have, been licensed and(a c)marshal CLERK who AND.

bystateauthorityenactedpursuanttosubseetionebe-( ) perform such
low. shall be fixed by .
execute the .
(d) The types of gambling permitted In a casino shall be county may deputize

baccarat, blackjack or twenty-one, craps, keno poker,

roulette,french roulette and slot machines.Other types of

gambling generallaw.permitted In a casino may be authorized by .

'(e) Within the legislative session Immediately following .

the adoption of this section,the legislature shall enact the

laws necessary to assure reasonable limitation, llcensIno. -' Stcllon IS Stale Operand lotteries.

--. regulation- and taxation of casino gambling. fat.-.lotteries may. bi operated bv.. the \

NO : 3 (b)II any subsection or subsections of the Amendment the Florida Constitution are held unconstitutional containing more than on.subject this Am.ndm.nl.hall be '
limned lo subsection(lal) above. _

This Am.ndmenl.hall .follows:
I (Ic) implemented
(Schedule) -On the effective date ol this Amendmenlthelotteries shall be known as the Florida Education lotteries Net proceeds derived from the lotteries shall be
ARTICLE VII, SECTION<6 ;N> ,11'1",. deposited lo a state' I'usllund,lobe' designated Trie. Slate education Lotteries! !....t Fund,tobeerproprialedbylhuUpisiatur..theSchedule may be amended by
"N, : r"l'j O:' ', i. g.nerallaw. .
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FINANCE i ANNE.TAXATION VII i set my hand and affixed the Great Seal

of the State of Florida at Tallahassee ,
SECTION 6. Homestead exemptions=- the Capitol this the llth day of

(a) Every person who has the legal title/ to real August A. D. 3986.SECRETARY ---
estateand maintains thereon the permanent residence of1 the owner, or s
another legally or naturally dependent upon the owner, shall be l
exempt from taxation thereon, except assessments for special
benefits, up to the assessed valuation of five thousand dollars. Upon -?
establishment of right thereto in the manner 'prescribed by law. The
real estate may be held by legal or equitable title, by the
entireties, jointly, iVi common'. as .' condominium or 'Indirectly by
stock ownership or membership representing the owner'a or'member's'
proprietary interest In corporation owning fee ore' a leasehold
initially in excess of ninety-eight years. .

(bl) Not more than on* shall be allowed any individualor
family unit or with respectexemption to any resM itlal unit. No exemption OF STATE
shall exceed the value of the real estate assessable to the owner or, f
in case of ownership through stock or membership in a corporation, C
the value of the proportion which his interest In the corporatiot
bears to the assessed value of the property.

(-I) p" general law and subject to conditions specified therein i
the a::*.ntlon shall be Increased b one-half of the assessed I>
valm.tion in ...c?..s ot five thousand dollars, until the amount. of theexemjtion Words in st ttek- thl"e1t-h type are deletions from \
egua s-tw. .ntV'-tive thousand. dollars ta-.- ota.--.t..-%.....CjTFT CODING : ".
."E F .tt9and--a'oiers--e-fche-e. ..eaaed-vatae-ef-the-rea3-estate-f0r existing law ; words 'n underscored type are additions.r : '
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I. BHS Gridders Improve Steadily, Defense Concerns Coaches ,

I orn.ido gridders are bhowing as going two was, playing both offense rcll, 190-12; Malachi Jenkins. ,175-11, and Tuesday, Brown's knee held up are working at the left cornerbackspot Offense Progressing... !
:steady improvement as practices and defense, a situation the 6-1, up from the JV. and he is expected to play,a big plus in the defensive secondary. The offense is coming along well, t
continue in the 1986 rebuilding coaches don't like but have to put up Strong side tackle:Randy Glisllonl for the 1986 Tornadoes. Darrln Patterson is working at right says Coach Hurse. Coach Jay God-
season says veteran Coach David with in this young and inexperiencedteam 5-11 205-12, who has never playedfootball "Where else would you find a big cornerback. Cory Strong, 165-12, the win's offensive line is making real
Hurse. until new players come before but who Coach Sex tough, strong, experiencedlinebacker backup safety last season, and Mike Hurse I
progress says.
The first game Is Sept. 12 with a through. ton thinks can be a good football who can knock your head Gray are working at safety. "At least we know who to block,"
tough Class 2A team from Mon- This season the sophomores are player. Harrell is listed as the off," asks Coach Hurse. "The defense will probably. come Hurse says mentioning that has t
with the varsity Monday- backup. David Hamilton and Brian through I !
Davis Friday
tict-llo coming to town. Parent's practicing . night been a problem in the past. I
Wednesday to give them more In- Weak side tackle Dane Clark
Night is this at 7 p.m. this Friday, : ... #i rfillr,1M4lAfR.tRfrnewntlHr"The ..
Aug. 29.The fall football jamboree is dividual coaching and to bring them 190-10, and Eric Nazworth, 200-11, :
next Friday, Sept. 6, on Bradford along faster.Currently. who is coming along very well in : I
Fieldwith Palatka Augustine, two sophomores, Dane practice. \) Right Choice ,
and Interlachen participating. Clark and Bill Hamilton, are listed Weak side end: Dennis Cumm- EECT i
with the varsity defense. Clark, 190, ings, 155-12, a part-time player last .
Parents' Night... is listed as a starting offensive and season; David Williams, 175-12,who RIDDICK
At Parent's Night, the football defensive tackle. Hamilton is listedas played offense last year, and JOE ri
players and cheerleaders, both varsity the third inside linebacker behind Malachi Jenkins, 175-11, who is expected -
I and JV, will be introduced at 7 veterans Ron Brown and Gary Wise to be a good football player.
Commissioner i I
p.m. ceremonies in the BHS gym and is expected to see a good bit of Strong side end: Mike Gray, County District 4 Dem. !
tomorrow night. Coach Hurse will varsity action. 160-12,a wide receiver last year.The $ : I Ii
give follow.a brief talk, and a scrimmagewill Wise,Brown,and Billy Harrell are starting backup Is offensive Reggie Leverson tackle. 170-11,a i !
the three
returning on
Rover back: Greg Wiggins, 160-12, ,
defense. Harrell is currently listedas
The Defense. who is the starting fullback. The
the starting side
Coach Mike Sexton is worried linebacker, at defensive strong tackle backup is Rodney Mosley, 150-10, up
about his defense, which got off to a where he's listed as backing up from the JV and currently figured in Retired AT&T '
low start and is currently operating newcomer Randy Glisson, a senior the running back spot. Wiggins and Management Experience
behind the offense and which simplyhasn't out for the first time. And Harrell is Mosley will spell each other on I
jelled yet. "We don't have a working at Sam linebacker. Plus, defense to get some rest. with Bell System .
I lot to write about," said Coach Sex- Inside linebacker: Ron Brown,
Harrell is working at offensive Korean Vet with Commendations
ton when asked this week about the center and will play there until 200-12( a starter last year; Gary
defense. Brian Barton comes along. Wise, 195-12, a starter last year,and Reared Family in Bradford County
:I' It is the defense which usually car- "We haven't made the committ Brian Hamilton, 16510. After his 3 Children Graduated from Bradford High
ries the Tornado football team when ment yet to be a good defensive football first two days at practice Monday .
; the going gets tough. Plus, the wiley team," says Coach Sexton. I Married to Former Ruth Baxter,35 years
Coach Sexton is noted for developingnew Currently listed at each defense Member Hope Baptist ChurchTheressa
talent from previously unnoticed position: Hunter Safety A Man With Time to Represent Your Vote
players. Many players are listed Strong side linebacker: Billy HarThink Class OfferedA ..
rI I
hunter safety class is set at the
I '. Keystone Heights Sportsman's Club i I
It located at the Keystone Airport. : i
The class starts Tuesay, Sept. 2, ..
; \ at 6:30: p.m. and is free to the Why Settle for Part-time

public.The instructor will be Charles i- When a FULL TIME County Commissioner is Available? I
James, For more information, call :; PD POL tier
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The Citizens Candidate'IT'S ,f ')

I :" BEACH TIME" Ivl t

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I '; :: CRIME Make first conviction of possession of crack cocaine a <"

j 14 mandatory jail sentence. I. .

I f Change State Employee Raise Effective Datc of July instead of r '

I '-"P, .t, January of the Next Year. W

\ -+< QUALITY EDUCATION At all levels. Universities, Junior "
I II II II II II II II II Ii and Vocational Facilities. .i
II I Colleges Training
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II .:.;\ FIREARMS Against Gun Control "I i

I rri ;;:fj.Farm to Market Distribution. '

;; ( Bring Discipline Back to Classrooms >r,

I I i l d tF / In Favor of inmates working for state, county, city and non-profit organizations at no cost'.%,

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F State pays retirees hospitalization insurance costs.

I ,3i' Equal Pay for Equal Work.

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I Coach :Alike Sexton lends a hand to get Randy Glisson to stretch as : : 1
far as possible. Tornado gridders went through the agility drills! just i ; .. CEDAR RIVEn
before practice ended Tuesday. :; 'i.. _

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Formerly of Lake Chevy-Olds Special MONDAY THURSDAY

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If ::-;.:;<="..._....M...._._"". ---_"=,"P'Y. "'ff" <"':'< "''''<' Beginning Sept. ,

1( tt Oysters on the

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I Rooms for Rent j 5 New Monday Thursday Fri. & Sat. 11 a.m.11 p.m.

Nightly Weekly Monthly l c'ITEMS with Meal Sunday 11 a.m.10 p.m.

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The Lake Region Monitor The Union
Thursday.August 28, 1988 County Times
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Opening Day. ..

f r Starke branch campus of Santa Fe Community College enjoys booming attendance

i ByMarkFrledlin started in this building which has Fe College Varsity Basketball Coach her own textbook which is widely used system in which top BUS students make the drive from Keystone
! BCT Staff Writer been beautifully rennovated but we Kenny Drost will bring his Saints in the field. take college level classes while still Heights to Starke. We're glad to'
The Starke Branch Campus of are enjoying it even more this team former state champions, to One big reason for the big increa- in high school. The 31 seniors are have them."
Santa Fe Community College open year" McFadden said. "Last year Starke for one of their regular sein enrollment is the number of taking a total of 65 classes at the I
ed Its doors wide Monday August 23 we were still worried about finishing season contests to take place in the students who graduated from Brad- Starke Branch Campus. The Starke Campus also performs !
for a new year of academic classes the parking lot in time and dodgingthe Bradford High School Gym. ford High School the past two years. Another source of new students a community service by opening its I
with attendance up sharply over last -construction and landscape "This will be the first college 68 BHS grads are now in attendanceon comes from Keystone Heights High conference rooms to a varity of civic
year with an Influx of new students. workers who were still finishing up basketball game to played here In scholarships from these two School. groups including the Bradford
"We are very pleased that more when classes started. This year we Starke," McFadden commented. talented clases at the college. The "Over 50 students have enrolled Chamber of Commerce and its
students are attending classes here are having more of a normal "We hope to make it a regular occur- scholarships given were for two here from Clay County and KHHS," Education Committee along with the I
this year and we look forward to registration period." rence in the future." years which means that the McFadden commented. "They have Executive Committee of the Starke
steady growth continuing in the McFadden and his staff are also students will attend classes in found out how convienient it Is to Junior Woman's Club.
future. commented Starke CampusCoordinator looking forward to a year full of During the Winter Semester, Dr. Starke and Gainesville (the site of ..--
Bernard McFadden special events beginning with a April O'Connell will start a the main Santa Fe Campus) during
commented Monday as streams of "Starke Festival of the Arts" set for Children's Theatre Group for young their freshman and sophomoreyears.
new students filed past Ms office on historic Call Street in Starke which aspiring actors and actresses which s
their way to class. adjoins the campus. The should attract will tour and give performances for Another source of students for the 1&LLf
The dignified looking campus was a many of the talented artists local schools. Dr. O'Connell is a college comes from 31 current BHS trc
built up from the historic Bradford and craftsmen in the area. highly respected expert in seniors who are entered in the college -
County Courthouse building, Then in the Fall Semester, Santa psychotherapy who has published through the dual enrollment

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t t"S nt "Fe College; Experience.Professor Anna Eangford, was busy on opening day at at the StarkeTBranch of the college If up for the second year '50-' 100 Week Call 384.4313 Collect ,
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ObituariesJames I I

Leslie Price Sr. Funeral services were held in ,,Miami three sons, Wayne &
way ;
Virginia on April 28, 1964 and moved
Chism and
DeWitt C. Jones George the Rev. will be in the Hope Baptist Church
Chapel on Monday, Travis Starke & Curtis
Mr. James Leslie Price Sr. of Wynn to Jacksonville fifteen
Lester Taanart Burial
years ago officiating. Cemetery in Theressa, Fla.
August 25, 1986, with Rev. Jack Madison brothers
Melrose died Thursday, August 21, Padgett, ; two from Bristol. He was a member of
1986 in his home following a linger. Turner&Rev. Greg Bish conducting J.C. Wynn, Keystone Heights & the Baptist faith and was a painter
ing illness. the services. Burial was in Keystone Alvin Wynn, Jacksonville; sixteen the construction industry. .
Born in Melrose on April 30, 1901, Heights Cemetery under the direc- grandchildren ,and one great. Survivors Include his father &
Mr. Price was a member of Melrose tion of Jones Funeral Home of grandchild. step-mother, Lynn E. & Janice Morns .D
United Methodist Church and a Keystone Heights. Funeral services were heldWednesdaYj of Keystone Heights; step-father dd\1.\
Keystone/Melrose Masonic Lodge August 27, 1986 in & mother, Doug & Lessie Morris of ::4fre
Carl Arvid Strom ones Chapel in Starke Jacksonville; brother,Jason L.Mor \>
89.Survivors include his wife, Edna Mr. Carl Arvid Strom, 85, of with Brother Casey Carlisle conducting ris, Keystone Heights; sister, way
Sapp Price; one daughter, Betty Starke died Thursday, August 21, the services. Burial was in Angelia L. Cullen, Jacksonville; 01.\0. S
Jane Price, Gainesville; one step 1986 in Bradford Hospital followingan Prevail Cemetery under the direction grandfather 'Harold M. Morris, 'Y
of Jones Funeral Home of
daughter, Barbara Jart ,WI extended illness. Starke. Keystone iieightsk' grandmother, BulldozingFill
Gainesville; son, Jimmy '. Mr. Strom was born in Brooklyn, Bonnie sonville.
Melrose; step-son, David i New York on May 6, 1901 and was Funeral services will be held at
Mildred Vivian Rardon
Dunedin; five grandchildren aud formerly of Park of The Palms in 2:30: p.m. in DeWitt C. Jones Chapelin
twelve greatgrandchildren.Funeral Keystone Heights for ten years. He Mrs. Mildred Vivian Rardon, 85, Keystone Heights on Thursday,
services were held in was a member of the Baptist faith died Sunday at Bradford County August 28,1986 with Rev.J. A.Atkinson DirtLeveling
DeWitt C.Jones Chapel on Saturday, and attended Park of The Palms Hospital following an extended il- & Rev.Terrell G.Taylor conducting -
August 23, 1986 with Dr. C. Glenn Chapel, member of The Keystone lness. the services. Burial will be in
Mingledorff, Rev. Tim Evans and Heights Golf Club and was a retired Mrs. Rardon was born and raisedin Gadara Cemetery under the direc-
Rev. Alfred Vaught conducting the banker with The Federal Reserve Alford, New York and moved to tion of Jones Funeral Home of
services. Burial was in Eliam Bank of New York. Clearwater in 1953 where she lived Keystone Heights.
in Melrose.Jones Funeial Survivors include his wife, Sylvia until 1979 when she moved to Starke.
Home Cemetery of Keystone Heights was in Anderson Strom; three sisters,Anna She was a homemaker and a Debbie F. Phillips /oa Robert Worrell: Owner toed
charge of arrangements.In D. Gorrill&Emmy Nordling of Pen- member of the First Baptist Churchof Debbie F. Phillips 91, died August ld :
lieu of flowers itlons may ney Farms, Fla., Signe Phelps, Des Starke. 25, 1986, at a local nursing home ,
be made to the Ui .,' Methodist Moines, Iowa.Funeral Survivors include two sons, after a lengthy illness. Grad
Church Children' ,II1co, services were held in retired Lt. Col. Donald Rardon, She was born November 17, 1894 v
Melrose United Methods! Church. Park of The Palms Chapel in Starke, & Owen W. Rardon, Marion, and was the last surviving offspring
Keystone Heights on Tuesday, Ohio. of the pioneer family of the Rev.
Billy Humphreys August 26, 1986 with Rev. Glenn Graveside services were held D.L. Phillips and Elizabeth Smith
Stewart conducting the services. Wednesday,August 20 at Sylban Abbey Phillips. She had taught in the public
Mr. Billy D. Humphreys, 64 of
Burial was in Keystone Heights Memorial Park in Clearwaterwith schools of Clay,Bradford, and Duval OPEN
Keystone Heights, died Thursday, Cemetery under the direction of Archie Tanner Funeral Homeof a.m. 5 p.m.Robert's .
counties as a teacher and principal.She .
August 21, 1986 in V.A. Medical
Starke in
Jones Funeral Home of charge ar
Keystone retired from the Elementary
Center, Gainesville following a long rangements.
Heights. ConstructionHighway
illness. School in Maxville
Born in Hannibal, Missouri on October Survivors include five grand-
Card of ThanksWe
Willard Edwin
WynnMr. children, seven great-gm ndchildren
15, 1921, Mr. Humphreys mov- 121 Worthington Springs
ed to Keystone Heights in 1983 from Willard Edwin Wynn, 65, of would like to thank everyonefor and many nieces and nephews.
Fairfield, CA. He was a protestant, Starke,died Monday,August 25,1986 their expressions of sympathy at Funeral services will be held 496-2390
veteran of W.W. II, Korean Conflict, In his residence following a brief il- the loss of our loved one for the Thursday, August 28,at 2 p.m. in the!
& Vietnam War with 23 yrs. servicein lness. prayers.cards,flowers,food and the Maxville Baptist Church with the
the Air Force. He was a prisonerof Mr. Wynn was born on February love that was truly felt coming from
war in WW II and worked for 13 21, 1921 and was a lifetime resident each of you.
yrs. in the Postal Service after of Starke. He was a member of A special thanks to Bro. Raymond '
retirement from the Air Force. Christian Church in Starke; retired Baer and Dewitt Jones Funeral ''t !
mechanic in Motor Pool with the Home. (r /
Survivors include his wile, Willanna Dept. of Corrections & Florida The Family of Penultimate \ )
Ince Humphreys; daughter,
Surplus Division; Veteran U.S. William Preston Durden Pencils.
Valerie J. Turner, Hattisburg, Coast Guard during WWII.
Miss.; son, Dorwin D. Humphreys,
Yucca Valley, CA; two sisters, Survivors include five daughters, Randy Lee Morris Outrageous '
Virginia Noll, Washington, MO, Gwendolyn Akridge, Diane Hodge, Randy Lee Morris, 22, of Jacksonville -
Doris Oberbeck, St. Louis, MO; two Sheila Gale Hardee & Linda Hed- died August 9 in Baker County. Offer. I
grandsons. ding, all of Starke and Brenda Ord- Mr. Morris was born in Bristol, -

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I Several weeks ago at a political rally, a Gainesville lawyer was asked by another 1

HARDWARE & GARDEN CENTERSTORO person, "Does Mark Kaufman have a chance to be elected Circuit Judge?" 1I

I The lawyer responded, "No. The lawyers are against him." 1I I

The other person replied, "Well, that might be,but don't you believe the peopleare
e for him?"

I The lawyer answered indignantly, "The people don't know. The people don't

have a right to choose judges."

The lawyer's aristocratic, arrogant and self-righteous attitude represents the

Trade-In DAYS attitude of too many lawyers in the Eighth Judicial Circuit. For many years,certain

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

10 Now in Progress judges have been elected to their positions. Most have been appointed and those

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

$50noO e-\n Model 57360 appointment or election of judges, lawyers have attempted to maintain a "buddy"

1132 Key-Lectric system. In other words, "You scratch my back and I'll scratch yours."

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

MoWer Instant Financingup Judicial Circuit in Alachua.Baker, Bradford,Gilchrist, Levy arid Union counties to

r to '2500.00 come forward and cast their vote. Let's show these lawyers who believe the people

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

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'i; U I Annual Festival of the Lakes show and sale a must for collectors .

i The Annual Festival of the Lakes good health, happiness and longevity. The Flowers have been making Helen has been told by a relative "We are very thrilled that our first "The wind socks, with all their
kicks off Labor Day weekend in the wind socks for a little over a year about an entire town in California show is the Festival of Lakes, right vibrant colors and association with
11' lake region with art and craft The colorful rainbow colored objects now and the Festival of lakes is where every business in the town here in our home town," said Helen. wind and the outdoors were a perfect
food and entertainment. have an opening at one end. their first show. has a wind sock hanging in front of extension of the flutes," Helen said.
dlsPlaysl in prizes will be given away When fastened to a stationary ob- They create the hand-made wind its establishment."It The Flowers are not unfamiliar to The Flowers will join other artists
I ,. to artists and craftspersons participating ject,such as a tree or post, when the socks in their home on Lake Santa must be just beautiful. Can you the art show circuit however. Jim and craftspersons at the Festival of
.;; the the ninth annual event wind catches them they dance Fe. First Jim cuts out each piece of imagin, an entire town decoratedwith has been making bamboo flutes and Lakes beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday
I sponsored by the Keystone Heights' through the air. the pattern. He uses a different pat- wind socks?, Helen said. displaying them at shows for some August 30 until 5 p.m. and opening
; Jr. Woman's Club and assisted by The Flowers make their wind tern for each.variety of fish shapes The Flowers wind socks retail for time now. again on Sunday from 1 p.m. until 5
t the Keystone Heights' Woman's socks of a high quality material that they make. $10 to$40, and they have even made
; Club. Helen says "does not fade", as was He passes the cut out patterns onto "Gator Fish" wind socks for any en- He uses bamboo collected from p.m.This area cultural event is bring.
i Jim Flowers and Helen Delete- evidenced by three wind socks that Helen who sews the pieces togetherand thusiastic Gator fan that might be at this area to make his flutes and may ing in artists and craftspersons from
j Flowers from the lake region will be were five years old hanging in their returns them to Jim for the final the festival. have some of the flutes at the show across North Florida and will be
displaying their hand made wind workroom. touches. I too held at the Theme Park.
I SOCKS in the show. "We use the same material as is Where can you use a wind sock?
Jim explained that wind socks used for parachutes and hot air Almost anywhere you want some
have long been a Japanese traditionand baloons," Helen said. "It's a real color, Helen said. She has heard of
I were hung outside Japanese plus for our product." them flying from sailboats docks,
| homes once a year to signify the Each wind sock is in the shape of a hung in trees and even hung in Let's G'o FkbinO''
i l male children in the family and for fish and done in a rainbow of colors. bedrooms.

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I I. Future: Uncertain for Chris, But He Still Keeps Chin Up :; .

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There's good news and bad news Campbell says he is continuing $26,000 of the $45,000 raised through As another plus factor,Mrs.Aiken
about Chris Campbell,the fiveyearold modified treatment of the child,but community effort. The remaining pointed out that Chris's case had
Starke victim of a rare skin added that he was now in com- funds will be used to continue Chris's received such widespread publicitythat
disorder. The good news is that he munication with a Dr. Clayton who care medical doctors in the U.S. are
still eats well, is in less pain than heads up the Hollistic College of c, now beginning, to listen and show
before his stay at a clinic in Spain, Natural Healing In Birmingham, more interest In EB. "It is time that I
his weight" (stripped) is 28.5 pounds Ala. "I have always had an interestin m aM.l In a letter to Kozak dated July 31, members of the American Medical I
and he will need no more blood herbology," Campbell said, "and i Mrs. Aiken wrote: Assn. start considering the blendingof
transfusions until September- learned about Dr. Clayton from information unconventional types of treatmentwith
then. in 'Mother Earth' "Thu 72 days Chris spent with you their own conventional stan-
But Chris is still in serious trouble. magazine. Clayton suggested resulted in great joy for everyone dards in order to bring the best
The bad news is that his mother, bathing Chris in warm herbal water, who welcomed him home...this little health care to all people with various :
Brenda Campbell, apparently which seems to be soothing to his boy who had never known a pain- types of diseases,"she said.
cracked up under the emotional skin," Campbell said. The boy's diet free day from birth, with bleedingsores Both Ms. Whitehead and Ms.
strain of prolonged, traumatic treat- also includes natural foods with and blisters internally and ex- Aiken express deep appreciation to
ment necessary for her son since yogurt and cheeses made from raw ternally. What a sight it was to see all who contributed in any way to the
birth. She left Starke, with Chris put goat's milk. him with clear skin, no bleeding, no fund-raising effort for Chris. "We
in the care of her father, Ed Camp-- Aiken and Whitehead both believein sores, and to hear him telling the feel that no one regrets his or her gift
bell. He also tends his invalid wife the sincerity and efficacy of television and news media: 'No of money or volunteer effort," Mrs.
who is confined to a wheel chair for Kozak and his treatment, if followed pain,no paint' It was so wonderful Whitehead said. "We feel that it
the rest of her life. Campbell knows exactly for the prescribed period.' see" that he had gained weight and would have been heartless to have
the whereabouts of his daughter in They say that Kozak showed a 1 was able to eat with a good done anything less for this helplesshild.
Canada, but thinks there is no positive interest and affection for appetite." ."
chance of her returning: home. Chris during his stay in Spain. They ....1
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have for their work,
Campbell blames the failure of a no regrets
complete cure for Chris on the fact although the cost of 72 days of treat- ., "
that Brenda brought the boy home ment and a two months supply of "
called creams and ointments used up _
from Spain too soon."She just '-""''' '' -\l P"\I'' _

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Chris shows Improvement on his return to Starke. Planning

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I Chris Spainone and Dr. Kozak posed for this picture while Chris was at the clinicin !SALE SALE SALE

day and said' 'We're coming LABOR DAY( SALELet GREAT AMERICAN SLEEP SALE
back Thursday, Campbell said.
Pavel Kozak, the Romanian Alan,Tina or Judy brighten up your life!

biochemist who developed a claimed Frostings & Hi-Lites.. .. ..... ......... .. .. $20 ooTERWILLEGAR ( 2
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panying a child to the Kozak Clinic is I
still responsible for the tedious
routine of bathing, preparation of STARKE :
special diet, applying ointment, and Queen Sel
bandaging the sores and blisters of
the afflicted child, just as if they l
were at home. There is no relief for
the parent while under Kozak's
supervision. < fr MOTORS "
According to Campbell, his EDDIE STARLING ..u >;->\,>*// > Firm 1IT134 \ *rtfi\ "
daughter spent a couple of weeks
after the return from Spain "show NEW & USED &# r it
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anyone." deal, let me try to

beat it! E &' Set KinflSetJ
Campbell recently sold his fwM-Eaifpe. f $ ; Queen
Lafayette Street property to Guy An- STARKE _
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of the Winn iK < drews,developer nearby 206 W. Madison *; ; \ K _
Dixie complex. He bought a new car
for the family,thinking, he said,this 964-7200
might help keep Brenda from leav FREE Frame wEachSet
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he said, "since I couldn't carry my
wife in the truck, and Chris neededair

conditioning since his skin is so Purchased
sensitive to heat." SIDEWdLK
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deadline to move from the propertyand .. > r "fS \.

forseeable plans to future.remain He in has Starke his for hands the SALE o SALE o SALE o SALE o SALE o SALEf '. ;$& .. Extra Firm

more than full, however, with his rY *
two "patients". **)
Plans for returning Chris to Spainfor Friday & Saturday & *
a reevaluation by Kozak had to '"

be abandoned, Campbell after said Brenda's, since he departure could iM7 W I224LjI| *- I599"L J Jr cice 193

not leave his invalid wife to make 10 a.m. -
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Chris since Kozak will not prescribeor 5
send the special medications p.m. l adnU .- ": CI _..-'_ 4 .ill-_
without seeing the boy again at his STiTVP
Campbell admits that Chris is in x Vw&Ts Firm
better condition now than when he ; Luxury :;<: ;4r
went to the clinic.He still has faith in
Kozak and his"protocol",as do both l
Pauline Aiken and May Belle w
Whitehead who spearheaded an ALL SUMMER <
area-wide fund drive in which 64988 % 9498E
volunteer workers raised money for 1999 MVM _

Chris's"We still treatment.have enough funds on MERCHANDISEUp iE L
hand to continue his treatment indefinitely 1 fwlrt-EisK'pdi' E ( ..QueenSet i ITi/I/
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.I. ,.r." x ni2 Counselor Gets 3 Years On Drug Charges.

\ r' Sentencing was handed down Monday pounds of marijuana into the United guilty: In June to continuing a Eichner was arrested on federal
for Lake Butler Middle School States between 1978 and 1983. criminal enterprise and filing a false charges of possession of heroin with
and Elementary School Guidance Eichner, who lives in Gainesville, tax return. intent to distribute but these were
Counselor Susan R. Eichner, who was arrested along with five other Eichner's attorney asked for five dropped when she agreed to plead
was sentenced along with two Miami Gainesville residents on' March 13 years probation since she had guilty to a reduced charge.
men on drug charges.A after an investigation by the FBI cooperated with authorities remained However, U.S. District Court
( t U.S. District Court sentenced and the combined drug.free, voluntarily underwent Judge Maurice Paul said he felt it
Eichner who was suspended Gainesville/Alachua County Nar- drug tests and attended Narcotics would be inappropriate to release
without pay from her position as cotics and Organized Crime Unit Anonymous meetings. Eichner without serving time. I
w guidance counselor upon her arrest Carlos Antonio Santo, 59, was He said Eichner dealt in drugs only Eichner was ordered to surrender :
four months ago to three years in sentenced to a total of JZ5:>> years in to support. her habit and did not to the U.S. Marshal's Office in I
prison and fined her $50. prison,fined $140,000 and ordered to make .m r f..t... 'h.. **"nlinR.T Tallahassee at noon on Sept. 19.
serve a special parole term of two .._ i
Li4 She had pled guilty to a charge of years. He pled guilty in June to con- L.
1 using a telephone in order to spiracy to import marijuana and
Be Wlstt
I II I distribute heroin. possession with intent to distributemore .
Ii Two Miami men were also than 1,000 pounds of mari
i sentenced along with Eichner. They juana. Shop
both received 25 years or more for Ubaldo Fernandez, 52, was '
i : r 4j ti,' pr.eatr+f.aa'w smuggling what U.S. attorneys said sentenced to a total of 28 years in PRIcEWISE
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: !Mrs. Bradford Honored... Schenley Schenley Bacardi

I'I, :Mrs Iti'hrtta Bradford was recently presented a Lifetime Plaque by ncome e taxes Vodka, Silver/ ,'OFC
Bradford ('ounlyht'rirr Dolph Reddish The award was given to Mr*. Amber
i Bradford fur her generous! donation to the Florida Sheriff's Youth Fund
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Oct. 10-11 in Starke a Morning afternoon, evening classes i'

Reasonable Course Fee 'Classes Sept. 3
begin "'"
I Amiu'M.v I Days are set for October and used motor oil can pollute thestate's Send lor more Information today or call now) Fleischmann's
10 & II in Bradford County, according underground waterrl'soUrCt.s Ten
to Emergency Services Direc- if disposed of improperly.More Send for more Information today or call now! .. Preferred
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than 92 percent of Florida's
((01 ( htr Chapman. mm Contact our nearest office '.- mmm -
The purpose of Amnesty Days is tom.ike drinking water is groundwater. r Extra !.
Burying used oil in backyards and H&R BLOCK-
I the public aware of what LTR .. ,
hazardous materials are and to give pouring solvents into storm drainsor I I II lTR
to of the sinks are examples of improper Ave. 750
uli/fiib a way dispose 964 N. Temple TEN
inatcnaUBecause. disposal which are causing a chronic I I 699 HIGH 699
of threats to drinking groundwater pollution proplem. Starke, Fla. 32091 I.
hazardous materials will be accepted 599 gym yt
the Florida I
water ! Legislature( in 1983 authorized the Oct. 10 & 11 in the parking lot I 964.8286 or 528.2551 I II *
of the Bradford County Courthousefrom
Department" of Environmental
ru-Aulation, the state pollution control 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. I I II
agency winch regulates hazar- Complete instructions on prepar- Please send me free information about your tax preparation course.
dous waste and protects Florida's ing the waste for transporting\ to the I I
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which the public schools,farmers be obtained by calling 1-800-342-01S4. I Address I II
and small Businesses could have Brochures are available at the -5.I -- I Mile North of Starke or' Hwy 301
small amounts of hazardous wastes Starke City Hall, Bradford County I City .State Zip I
Courthouse, Florida National Bank,
disposed' of properly at no charge.
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drive featuring a complete line of

fundraising Brand Name Fishing Tackle
Guns Guns Galore! .
The Keystone Heights Volunteer a contribution may drop by the fire ,
.Fire Department's 35th annual fund station located on Flamingo Street, Used Merchandise Tools Diamonds
raising drive Is now in its second one block off SR 100 and SR 21 or 171 S. Lawrence Blvd.
mail it to the KHVFD P.O. Box 576, X73.9019
phase. Another appeal for support Keystone Heights I 11 1 11 11b
from the community it serves arrived Keystone Heights, FL 32656.
in mail boxes this week,and Fire The emergency phone number for
Chief Robert Thomas hopes for a the fire department is 473-4312.

good response. ....
The letter, asking for a $15 contribution

was mailed from to households each area that family had b V? rrvv: I '" -

not responded to the first appeal,

Thomas Some by the of said.the KHVFD sophicated includes equipmentused a brush I i L t I ilL' I

truck (with another scheduled to go .. @
into operation in September), an extrication ''_ 1iI Ir,.. : .. r=-
truck, chief's car and per.
sonnel carrier, two Class A pumpers
and a Class A tanker."Everythinglou *

said Chief Thomas,see pointing here Heights belongsto to the," = ill W-J

iimpressive equipment parked at Vi,.
the fire station. ..
Chief Thomas pointed out that -

there is a separation in the operationof .
the Clay County Rescue and the F AM 0 USA "D _.--'\. ... "
KHVFD. Although the rescue unit is I ./
housed at the fire station and the .. ,
Rescue staff utilizes housing across BRAND : ,, '- ". :
from the fire house two ..'.. ,
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The Clay County Rescue is paid ..,..')1,: ." .,-.I:;.:- \.. -J :, ,'., :
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for and operated by Clay County. .1 ," '
The KHVFD is paid for through con .,,," __ I .. ," '
tributions and operated by volunteer ''1'
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citizens. ''f,
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Thomas stressed that although ... ,1 '
they are seperate operations, both ...w. I j' -::''..\.: "' "1'.:'.:.J
Rescue and KHVFD work closely :.:. ,. \ 'J ,,..:;
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department :: .' / f.
year has been the 40% increase in in .. -V.- .'1,1..,._ '(. "--.-
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surance. -
There are presently 32 active : /, .., ,-_ 'f I ...-',..., To..To I / /

volunteer firefighters who go ." ,' ... ,' O. .->. ," ".... '' ,
through an extended training \ :" .'.".
program "' ,0 ..... .'. : ,
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and many of whom are retired .-_ .
firefighters and trained Emergency ( .. .' /
Medical Technicans (EMT), ..' ._ I
Thomas said. PONY HI-TOPS OR '
blow the siren and
"I can put 22 "
people in the fire department in four : : PONY JOGGERS AEROBIC SHOESMen's 'r\ ,,
minutes said Thomas with great ..
pride. FOR MEN durable genuine .

"We work off pagers so we go outa AND LADIES leather hl-tops. Ladles' ;:. '. I'I'

lot more than people realize, suchas Compare To 19.99. lightweight aerobic shoes ( "

backing up the Rescue. The only Nylon & suede Joggers. designed for comfort and ... /
time the siren blows is when there'san .,
actual fire," said the chief. flexibility. .., V6.o
Thomas has held the top spot in .
the volunteer fire department for the / ., rms..r .;"-?\
|past two Other officers of the >- I/f,; """""" / Ll
years. :
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George DeSha; Capt. Fred Goetz. : q.?: 788" N" : 799 588 ss::
man and Capt. Jim Passwater; Lt. j : :\ '
Mike Miller and Lt. Clay Issac; .. .
Chief Engineer Mac McArthur ; /2
Tony Brown is Fund Raising Chair FAMOUS BRAND SPORTY JOGGERS 2
mah this year. ... .d)... ATHLETIC \ OXFORDS FOR THE '' ;r
interested in learningmore .,.... To 9.99.
Anyone Compare Up If'
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The Union Board of Directors r'1". I f I t' :
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of the Federal Emergency n/l/ illill/i.t/ : .. (., .
Management Agency (FEMA) 1t..v<* fiiil l/ II 'J lI.': '''1 :' ) o
reported today that it has now .t, ..n l.I..t I '" j
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received the $3,000 in federal fu.ids I c $1 f I J ibSeAt ; ..

earmarked for supplemental ilIWll, !I = $1 aundrBHIOHTSNS, < I. to Ii-ju o3 1--...,........... ,
emergency food and shelter programs "" .
in the county. hi r F/ """ f LAUNDRY t o \ 0't so i .e
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The Board of Directors; consisting: :;;. '.Ie.Balsa' .. 3.5 oz. Brut deodorant :.... "/ DETERGENT 7 a tJ
of Jan Powell, Rev. Art Peterson, !t spray or 3 oz. antl- .. '"""<.. rov"7 Regularly 1.29. rI:: .s D a ,
Regina Parrish, Sally Keller J.D. "- r rinT5 1 persplrant deodorant spray" .. --- \ 1. .
Foister Paul Blc disposable 10 pk. I J \ r
Griffis, Billy Ray J
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Riherd and Sheriff Jerry f :
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Whitehead; urges people in need to .-" .;; ,- ..... :.... ... ,
balsam .
shampoo ,/ __ .. .. 7
contact them in regards to these II' ]( 4 "
"-"" "" conditioner 3 ': J r
emergency programs.This _uo.9t__-'IJ"'UU_H'__ 2.5 oz. Family Dollar $1 III '. -.... 1/1"; ... 10.; q :. :.
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board will determine how the II 9 halm oz. Just Wonderful 3.5 OZ. OIAL". :T"I ., 9," r

local money will be distributed in .... 5 oz. Colgate toothpaste, BAR SOAP .:... fo-: It -, b'"
Union County. :; 4.6 oz gel or 4.5 oz. Reg. 39 Each. IlcliaI : ... .," .t '
r(aol18 1 p a 0 regular or gel pump Limit 6 bars. ,. .,. 'k. /lj,'.0 y. L"" Il./.
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by Congress to help expand ...., ,A. ""e 'I" t .. :-
the capacity of food and shelter '(
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fiscal agent of the fund. D ,i _, Clll! c"", '
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Under the terms of the grant from a $ IFCOCO. Chip r-__":",
FEMA, local governmental or Ur'J! -:
private voluntary organizationschosen Q2 LITER PEPSI MEN'S JEANS OR SHIRTS LADIES' JACKETS OR PANTS

to receive the funds must: Papal, Diet Pepsi, ASSORTED 100% cotton western jeans. 2940.Colorful print jackets. Knit
-be a non-profit organizationhave /JELLY BAM GRAPE 99 I Pepsi: Free, Diet 2$1 COOKIES Assorted sport shirts SMLXL. pants with or without stirrups.

conduct an an accounting annual audit system / 32 oz. size. Pepsi Mountain Frea Dew.or Large selection. DRESS SHIRTS, REO. 7.99. . ,899 Sizes S.M.L.QUAKER .

practice non-discrimination ...
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have demonstrated the Capabilityto -
deliver emergency food and/or \ "=--" "_--_.. (t ....)),

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-if they are a private voluntary I woHDEfl0a w- 1111 'p
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organization, they should have a -- ", .... "
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voluntary board. --- 't ( Q, 1\\! .. ..
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who fit Into these '
All organizations :
(nullifications are urged to apply to ,""s 1111STATE; ; o .. = T -) TOWELS
the county board of directors! for the o\IIIJ'.J:::: 10W30 ---- JA- .O WEIR r eg. 2 For '1.
1If 100 sheet roll
program. l."m 0'rrlr74. OIL R.g. 1.09.Super $ ar1 COMPOSTION 2 $ 25 4$1MARCAL CPLATES.I'FOAM Limit 4.. *
J '' BOOKS 112"X 79
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th 150 ct. college .. .
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grant m.i>' IH,nlit.iiiuxl, l II" rnnt.ic- ___' d or 180 ct reg rule. _. ,..-, ,-"
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N SECTION: August, 1986'..- -

4 II Three of five candidates seeking Fuqua's seat speak at rally .

Three of the five candidates vying Padgett also served as director of Whitten think I will be able to serve you judges are appointed for life. "It Is "I 'want to see a review period
for the U.S. Congress seat in the 2nd the Appalachicola Regional Planning bargoes need ," said Skinner, noting that his going to take an act of Congress to established so that the performanceof
11 District, being vacated by retiring Council which serves nine coun- should not helps him identify with get him out of that position," said federal judges can oe reviewed
i Don Fuqua, were represented at the ties.He people who are" problems experienced by people Skinner. periodically," said Skinner. '.
I Lake Butler political rally. Pete has served as a teacher at bargo is us, area.
1 I Skinner spoke for himself and both Chipola Junior College, but resigned Corrections: noted that he is a former "Everyone has always known
\. Bill Grant and Ernie Padgett had when he decided to run for office. Padgett was of the Corrections Parole Skinner also noted the case of Ted where I stand and what I represent,
; representatives speaking for them. Whitten said that some of the problems which gives him insight Bundy who is presently in Florida you don't have to guess," said Skin
; Barbara Greadington and Mario F. issues which Padgett finds impor- ficers since he problems experienced by cor State Prison after killing 24 women. ner "You must go to the polls on
Rivera, III, were not represented. tant are: correctional officers; he Is a former "He is having a lot of fun with us," Sept. 2 and vote like your future
;\ Deficit Spending: "We are amassing where you're County Commissioner said Skinner "Because he has got depends on it,because it does.Every
Bill Grant a huge debt which our children been there in gives him insight into dealing some federaljudge to take care of child here tonight owes$50,000 todayfor
and grandchildren! will have to pay and fights," the state mandates which all him." the U.S. government debt."
: Ray Gore spoke for Bill Grant. He have to he is
one day. Something must oe done operate on; a
i told those attending that Grant was about it," said Whitten. Pete state senator so he is
born in Suwannee County and raisedin "We need to balance the budget Pete Skinner with the problems ex-
Taylor County. He now resides in and not at the expense of the retired District 2 U.S. by the state as a whole; he Lou-Ann's Azalea & Farm-
I Madison where he worked as a and elderly on a fixed income," he after serving taught English at the University Blueberry
banker. He has served this district. said.Whitten Senate since so he knows the problems Located off 100 South towards Keystone, take right on
as state senator for the past years. said that Padgett realizesthe
Skinner 24th Street, follow/ signs or,
Gore said that Grant has been endorsed solutions to these problems are Skinner."I is to
brief going
I by a cross section of mention-people complex, but that some solution complishments to deal with 434 of the toughest Call 964-7109 & We will assist you Tues. thru Sat. 10-9:30:
in this area,
agencies needs to be found.
I In 1978 who ever met, and a
ing sheriffs, firefighters, Waste and Fraud: Money being mittee on of people running for this
personnel National Rifle Association misspent for defense in the Pen- Dwarf Azaleas Colors
Probation.In have never cast a vote on
i and the Unified Sports Associa tagon needs to be stopped,said Whit- 1980 ," said Skinner, saying that DAY
ten. "There has been too much of a -
tion."I the in dealing with a large
being only
I has done
feel Mr. Grant an tendency to give the Pentagon
ever to have body will stand him in good
outstanding job as a state senator whatever it asks for with no ques- .
and will continue to do an outstanding tions asked," said Whitten. mittees at the not farmers left. All Nature Sings of Jesus ,.b
Skinner said are
job in Congress, said Gore. Farm Policy: "There is no easy '
from ,
Gore noted that some of Grant's solution to the problems faced by veteran in the all went away farming -
to that not of their
problems are
include the being gressional
concerns farmers. If you ask 12 people, you'll "
farmer. making, said Skinner, "It's
experienced by law enforcement, solutions. One need to
get 12 thing we
for ask who works for
and farmers in this Skinner you
: property owners do is broaden the foreign and
federal Lee's
area. domestic market for products produced Fuqua, who There are too many Restaurant
"One of Mr. Grant's major con- by farmers! ," said Whitten. experience in who think that you work
cerns will be to see: the funds to longer .
build a state farmer's market in the district since said that there is present- &
area of the intersection of "You must federal judge serving a term in a Lounge
Interstate-10 and Interstate-75," FLA.TWIN THEATRE serve you penitentiary who is still
said Gore. didates." said a salary because federal

Gore also noted that Grant feels Starke 964-5451 Seafood & frS] .
strongly that the national defense
needs to be supported. "He feels that Open Every Night 13 Chinese Foods
we have got to stand ready to defendour 1-----------, tr
rights if we want to remain j 1 S2.00 SPECIAL j jI 1 1I ",
free," said Gore.Ernie. I Sat. & Sun. 5.00: Showing IL j jI $795
Tuesday Showings I
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PadgettPete _
Whitten spoke for Ernie STarts Friday, Aug. 29 i Maine
Padgett. He said Padgett was born Lobster
and raised in Marianna and

graduated from Marianna High 1 fljY1iIE 13T1PNUYltlASONlVES. Includes Salad or Soup and Fried Rice

He later married and moved to St.
Petersburg where he attended St. .... .
graduate Junior College and AF\RAMOUNT ( -I.\ Master's in Business AdministrationDesigned See our Seafood Showcase where you can choose
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It cooked.
worked as a correctional 2 and Women: I i want

officer at Appalachicola Correctional Weekend classes .

has served Institute as county for five commissionerin years and Degree requirements ( -g a I Chinese Food Featuring:

Jackson County. can be completed in I CU Q) .- I
18-21 months I m f8 I Mandarin Szechuan Hunan

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Starke 964-7484 Human Services I Q II'i c:) ro I Starke 11::30 3 p.m.:

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GREGORY BILLY/ Management l CU) cNi .- I 964-6601 3 p.m.DINNER .

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,I -. 4", ORIAN WELLS yY-OIdS Kills Insects:weeds fungus
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Gateway Girl Scouts Number One on U.S. 301 Starke. Florida

Get New DirectorThe Telephone OPEN 964-7500 Gainesville 372-0103 Jacksonville 212-4522 II Gallon > .. ..... ............. 7.95 '
Monday-Friday till 8 PM Saturday till 4 PM
Use 3-* weeks before planting
Board of Directors of
Gateway Girl Scout council announces End off Su
the appointment of WendeW. The Sizzling Summer Sale e.
Reynolds to the position of executive :-
director. 0 0 is in Full Swing and the N FRONT ft REAR TINE TILLERS
Mrs. Reynolds, currently the ex: :J! .
ecutive director of the Beaver- Price Melt Down Is on... 03 NOW SALE PRICED
Castle Girl Scout Council in Pennsylvania :: .
will assume her ne n posi- (en i 9.0110. OFF MODELSP5
tion on September 1. Mrs. Reynolds
has been employed by the Girl y. I IQ
Scouts for the past ten years.She is a 86 CK10 Scottsdale 86 Delta 88 86 Nova 4 Door )== v ''CHAINDRIVB-2 SPEED .
native of Hamburg, New York end is 3:0.: a REL'42esalE 339"HOMEY
a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Penn 4)(4 loaded from
State University with a BA degree in List Price I locking' I dill eren. List Price Royale Sedan, List Price I Hatchback...Sedan, Q. 'N/ a .16 00 ,
sociology. She is a recipient of the $ 1 Iial to manual, fully E yEC: It own! OILY mom ,
Thanks Badge, the highest award 6 $1 equlpped.SN $9 SN 2161
given to an adult Girl Scout and has ;] locking hubs, 4, 1165 ,39 = o 100" OFf MODEL 910 REAR TINE:
been named as one of the Outstan- ss SN3205 'o tyLu -; 3 H.P.-5; SPEED PIUS REVERSE 16"Till WIDTH. MONEY'
ding Young Women of America. ) a DOWN*
Mrs. Reynolds serves on the c 0O O Vi "VZarWS" OU onoo
Board of Directors of the Women's A MOUTH"NbUfONET
Center of Beaver County, on the (O a 190'.OFFjMODEL'990REAR.TINE
the Our Low Price Our Low Price ,*- l
for Community
liaison committee
Our Price
Mental Health Center and is a cuo TlllER ClUTCH t 16H TRACTOR TIRES
member of the National Organization 92,98100$8,63400460eo ....> Y 18"Till WIDTH. C"fll99 32,MONTH
for Women. < RES. IS$" SALE'fOOUAIIPID I
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*741 Dn ,) ry- Cash or Trade
Cash or Trade '291.72 .Tim- 'I 9.9% 183.29 TAT 75 Trade AllowanceFor
<$> LEAST. .
8.90/0 per month -- ...,.. .j.,. 1 60 Months per month
Any Old Mower Regardless of Condition
APR 60 Mos
'68200 Dn Mowing Tip Toro... The Only Mower

Cash or Trade from FPC Guaranteed to Start"Nevercut

Girl Scout/Boy Scout a 9.90/0 113 of grass more height than The 1st or 2nd Pull

Fall Roundup '86 APR 60 mos _,_,l ri at one mowing" for 2 Full Years
f *273.67 or Tore will fix It Free.
School and churches throughoutthe
Northeast Florida area will open per month .v $75
their doors to potential Girl Scouts MOO Off TndeAliowance
and Boy Scouts on Thursday: USED CARS USED CARS USED CARS PlusGrass I I

September 11, 1986 for the Fall Catcher Q.T.S. Walk

Roundup This represents'86. the sixth year that 84 Chevy Caprice 81 C10 Chevy PU 80 Chevy Luv 78 Toyota Corolla (value to 259.95)FREE Behind Mowers
10 8N3192A. ye, back to
Council and Wagon P..wn9.r Auto C. Pickup I Good 90 Withpurchase '
the Gateway Scout Nlc.Car,Loeded. Local Own.r 6lepalds ,choot Ir.naportallon. Model'#2068 .2 cycle-21' "cut 20
North Florida Council Boy Scouts of E'' l on of a 509.95..434..
America have cosponsored this 589500 ; : 189500 1495. self propelled, reg. ;IqOtII
4288 TORO I
event and the second year that It has Model#206204 cycle-21" cut 20 '
been held in all IS counties served by RIDER S.P.Zone Start,reg.509.95 wr434"Model / 'eN Rill'
the two organizations. ... The #1 Rated Rldjng #20622-cycle-21"cut "

U S. Appeals Court Judge GeraldB. GM QUALITY 1..1. .J. ._......1. Mower In America. S.P. (BBC) reg. 549.95 . Wrr4741,21u i i
Tjoflat, Chairman of the Board Model"20624-cycle Key -" -
and past president of North Florida SERVICE PARTS IWl."H' Lectrlo.'! S.P. reg. 029.95 Wf 554" 2&I+ I
Council Boy Scouts of America and '', 0'0""O..O./iOH !!
Mrs. Williams G. Lockwood, Jr., Wa-ServlceWhatWH Sail .. (_
President of Gateway Girl Scout If you are tired of driving to Jacksonville or Gainesville to get your car, serviced! H "
Council are co-chairmen of the I Bring your vehicle to ORIAN WELLS Chevy-Olds where we can service after the sale I W Complete Pest Control Service inside & Out Call 984-5743: I

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II t'-_.. storks Area want gas

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CARS & -- '"-
1976 CUTLASS BROUGHAM excellent ,,,
cond., heal ft AC. $1500. Call Barnard
782 3018 8/21 2tpd 8/23. SALES --- --- -----

1986 El CAMINO $500 and lake ov.r Llmerock I Fill Dirt OWN YOUR OWN $10.99 one price 1984 DESTIN MH with fireplace. I
payments Call 964.7061 or 964-7578. 20 yd. semi-loads only designer shoe ilore. A retail price Bedroom, and more Take overpayments rUlillefJiJr
8/21: 2lchg 8/28 Phone 712-3172 5/2311chg unbelievable for quality shoe normal Call 782-3358 alter 6 p
1981 VW PICKUP gas, runs good. HOTPOINT REFRIGERATOR $50. ly priced from $19 to $60. Over 150 3/20 TF p.m. {!

Economical $2400. 964 5687. 81:282tpd: 781.3353.8/28 Ih brand names 250 style 514,300o 1987 FLEETWOOD $7995. one left at this REALTYPHONE
9/4 STORE BOUGHT Furniture for sale at $25,900 Inventory, training, fixture, price FLYING Z MOBILE HOMES
1971 OLDS DELTA 15250.. Call Doublewlde Home Center located grand opening Can combine with' over Green Cove Springs. Call 284-5000 collect -
964 7302 8'28 Itpd North on 301 Lawtey, Flo. (this Is not 1,000 brands of apparel accessory or call 1- 71-0611 alter 6 pm 7/3

1981 MERCURY ZEPHYR, PS, PB, A/C, trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg dancewear/oerobtc children shop. NEW < USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy 964.7776
clean. $1850. 964 6568 after 6:30: p.m. INSULATED OR STORM WINDOWS Can open 15 days Mr Sidney ((404)) Wells at saw Mobile Homes, 964 6407or
custom made 8 Installed. 252-4489.8/28 205 N. Temple Starke !
8/28: 2lchg 9/4 Homes 1 Itpd 964 6408. 8/14 tfnrw ,
1974 EL CAMINO $1200. 964-4259. 8/28 Beautiful of N. Flo., 964-6766. 5/ITh OWN YOUR OWN..turn key business. 12 X *5 2 BR, I BA vaulted ceiling, completely CECELIA TERWILLEGAR
2tchg 9/. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low as Oistrlbut Frlto Lay and similar snack redone In 1984, exec cond..
1984 FORD RANGER. 4 cyl air cond.. $14.99 per month Call 964 6946. tin load products through accounts set up $5250. Owner financing. 964-4269.
52,000 miles. CHEW 4x4 PARTS: '/, ton, anything you for you by 'the No
$4300. Call 468 2889. selling. I
8'28 1 Ipd need--Axles, front or rear, auto Census of Industry company.figures shows ASSUME LOANS 14 x 70 3 BR, 2 BA,$149 Today and always may God bestow his love on you.
per 24..53 BR, 2
; BA. $168
JEEP 4X4( needs work $300. 964 6594. tranim., transfer cases, 2' different average monthly profit of $1 .038 on month" ; 24 x 52 3 BR 2 BA, $201 per
8/28 Itrhn types; spring lift blocks, big U bolts. minimum cash investment of $10,000. per
month; 24 x 70, 4 BR, $231 month
____ Call 9645812. TFce Expansion Is automatic through com per SPECIALssssssssssessssssssssesesss.
Free & ..
delivery cash
set-up no neededon
MOTORCYCLESHONDA HALF PRICED I I Flashing arrow signs pony partirlpation If you are selected select models. Call
$2691/ Lighted, non arrow $2591 No special vehicle needed. Write New anytime 8/21 tfn 262.5000 SO YOU WANT THE FINEST Handsome cedar ft stone in I
Unlighted $2291 Free letters! Full face American P O
350X, three wheeler brand tory warranty. Limited time only. See Ingham Alabama 35236 360247 or Call toll Birm free ALL GUERDONS cost plus, set-up with Lakewood with access to Crosby Lake. Over 3,000 sq. It., 4BR, 2 j

new. 473.2214.8/7 tfnchg locally. Call today! 18004230163 I 800-231-0563.. Ask for. Operator ..S. Homes approved 11060 credit. Flying Z Mobile BA, LR, DR, kitchen with eating area, family room with:
_._._ anytime, Icon 86.261 8/28 2tpd 9/. Phillips Hwy., Jackson- I fans
ville. 262-5000. 8/21 tfn fireplace, In most rooms, screened-ln porch, drapes,

YARD SALES GRAPES. Florahome.Lily's Vineyard Phone 6592121.Coral FarmsRd. 8/14 12 X 52 MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 1 BA, ref.. I carpet, stove, refrig, (ice maker), d/w, disposal, water

4tchg 9/4 range CH, 18,000 BTU window AC. I softener, fenced in back yard, CH&A, sky lights, patio off ,
SALE 5 families
: sewIng BOATS Good condition must be disconnected
machine cabinet, exercise bike 100 SUNBEDS SUNAl WOLFF SYSTEMS Irom existing addition and moved. porch, double garage, sun porch off master bedroom, over an |

carpal remnanats, toys, tools, books, While they lost. Buy Direct from $2000. FIRM. 9645311. 8/28 Itchg acre of land 97000.
manufacturer, Save thousands. Professional 1984 MASTER CRAFT SKI
diamond cluster ring childrens pat BOAT power 1971 REGENT MH /for sale, 10 X 60, 2 BR,
terns quilt scraps, dishes, clothes, I start-up kit included. Commer slot loaded. Gray & blue, excellent I BA, $3500 964-4467. 8/28
much more. 518 Waters St. 9-4 Frl. & clal 8 Residential Lamps 8 lotions cond. garage kept 4732214. 8/7 FOUR ACRES W/DOUBLEWIDE TRAILER EXCELLENT BUY 80 ACRES-$96,000 Heavy Dines, 20 acres |

Sat. 18002286292. Icon 86-256 tfnchg $25,000. Phone 782.3626. Lawtey area. cleared fenced, barn on St. Rd. 235 Near New River.
12X70( with 6X12 EXPANDO
ihoets. Jo-Lu MotH I 964.8810. of calved Nov. 85, show stock, In feed lot --LAND-FOR 2 BR, 2 full
pillowcases, 8 sheets.- Friday thru Lots Monday now. H.F Wiggins, Storks 964.8592, -- SAL: baths all electric, 3 ton AC, skirting. East) 2.7 acres, 5 BR, 3 BA, living room, dining room, kitchen,
8'29 9/1. 8/21 2tpd 828NEWSPAPER -- ----- Asking $1>000. 4732152. !tchg I 8/28_ eat-in area or study, den office, all appliances drapes, large

YARD SALE, Sat, Aug. 30. 8 a.m Hwy. PLATESi Aluminum LOT IN CITVt $6 000 Call 964 5764; after COMMERCIAL PROPERTY I attractive deck overlooking a quarter acre fish pond with fish!
Measures 24x36" 25 cents each. Great 5. call 964 52SI 3/07 tin
225 S 200 A. 3 blks W. 301.
BEAUTIFUL fireplace,
Housewarns, furniture, clothes for patching and repairs, TELEGRAPH. WOODED 2V ACRE LOTS In RENT/LEASE
menswear. 8.28 Itpd 135 W. Call St. 964 6305 Bradford County off SR 100.W: on SR __, -, screened back porch, terrazzo floors 75' of nice clean beach

YARD SALE, family, out 301 5, 5 miles COPY MACHINES Conon for rent or 235N. Owner will fmanre. 496.2494. NORTHWEST CORNER MOVE IN TODAY-504 Legion Terrace-3 BR, 1 1/2 BA, CHI A.

MOVING Sat only from SALE 95. 8/28 l Itchg. home sale. Canon or office home copier copier, $999$799; Canon; Canon office ..-B/781tchg_---.- 9'4.. Streets: 2 story masonry OF Call 8 building.Thompson I d/w stove, 15 1/2 cu, ft, refrig w/ ice maker, washer'dryer,
Bedroom turn. --
dressers, clothes etc. Pleasant GroveRd. copier, $1399 Rent to own for as FINANCIAL---- ---- Clyde W. Simpson. 356 6849. 4/IOTF four ceiling fans drapes, blinds, tinted windows, freshly |

Call Alice Hudson 9644604. 8/28 little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP, ------------ 3 South RETAIL STORES for lease. Highway 301 painted inside & out, patio 10 x 10 utility bldg.A .
Itchg HOW, Call St., Starke. 964-5764. 2/21 473-3627 or 964-8848.. 5/8TF JOY TO LIVE IN: Approx. 2417 sw. ft. CH/A, 3 BR, 2 BA,
1ST .
ELECTRONIC ORGAN $49.99 month.No S 2ND MORTGAGE MONEY $ For -- ---
GARAGE SALE, Kingsley Lake. Lot 45 : per
! credit ( spacious LR with fireplace, gracious Fla. room, utility room,
Thurs.. Frl. S Sat 10 4. 8/28 Itchg down payment. Call 964-6946. tin purpose no problem Fast LOST/FOUND
RUMMAGE SALE Inside or out. 739 S. 1977 TRAVEL TRAILER fully self. personal service ask for Tim, PoxlonMtg --- .- ----- ..---- I skylights, 2 utility bldgs., privacy fence. Reduced to $44,000.
Westmoreland Baby 8 childrens contained with generator $3800. Co 3063 Hartley Rd. Jacksonville. FOUND black lemole lob with -BARGAIN OF THE YEAR-BROOKER-Extra nice -one blk from |
I clothes to sue 7 Records, books, tires 964 7061 or 964-7578 8/21 2tchg 8'2B ((90) 268-4109 Lie Mtg Brokers. 8/21 yellow
Slpd 9/25 collar Dupont area. 964 8800 ext. 321 school-1500 sq ft. of excel liv. space-only 8 yrs.
'I Frl S Sol 82 8 28 l llpd CHICKEN HOUSE MATERIAL, 1 group $5
or 9043321578. 8/21 2lpd 8/28 old-CH&A-$43,000, VA assum. of $35,000 at 9'You |
NEW S USED MERCHANDISE. 10 speed per foot, 1 group $3 per foot. 964 6182
bike $35. 257 N. Bay St. Frl. 9 4 &, Sot. or 964.S823 tinGOVERNMENT can get Into this home for approx. $6,0001!


LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING 134 E. South Brand new Royal Electronic. printwheel 3 Br., 2 Ba.. CH&A LR, DR family room & screened in patio

St. Fit.. Sat 8 Sun-8/28 Itpd memory correction, computer Accelerated Realty Inc. [-HOME FOR FAMILY ENJOYMENT-Lovely brick, colonial home I II
relocation of
----- ---- compatible, centering
HOMES lIce home students List $549 only I off Geiger Rd.-4 bedrooms 2 baths-approx, 2700 sq. ft.-10.09 |

FOR SALE $229. Call free 1 ((8OO) 262 8004. Icon Phone I : 964-4544 I [acres-many amenities
|-THE GREAT GET-A-WAY: We are proud to offer a handsome
------ --- 36", cost Iron top tilt blade, on mobile 1520. Walnut StreetfHwy( 301 South) S irkB Florida '
(brick & cedar home on 37'/j acres, 4 BR 2Vj bath, plus a nice ]
THREE BEDROOM BRICK HOME, 2 cabinet stand $300. 7'HP Troy Biltrototiller
Homes Lots Waterfront j
Bar LR 'DR, fireplace, breakfast room like new $650. 1977 Ford Acreage [barn energy efficient, $133,000
game room 560 Glendale' St. LTD 5800. Hotpoint upright freezer Farms Commercial IT!! ]OH TO BE IN FLORIDA IN THE COUNTRY! Twelve acres, home I

964 5468. 3/13 TF $250.964.8813.8/28I1pd No Charge to List Your Property for Sale |LD| approx. 2900 sq. ft. 4 Br 2 ba, barn, workshop, pole barn ]
BRICK HOME3Br. I Ba, on 3.64 acres, INT. HARVESTER CUB, $1200. New battery Call I and discuss It with us ... ((31x42)), cross- ,
CH A. fully carpeted, pecan trees, paid $1750 964-5687 8/28 2tpd FRAME HOME With good farm or ranch land partially limbered Buy all or port
9/4 (-WALK TO EVERYTHINGI I 1032 E. Call St. 3 BR 1'/2 bath
priced to sell. 964 8970. 8/7 tfnchg of 28.7 acres, S74.750. j ,
LOG HOMES. Over 40 rustic models to EL DORADO TRUCK CAMPER very nice DELUXE COUNTRY LIVING Lots of beauty and value 5 BR. 2 BA, enclosed] [36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd. Ownor |

choose from. Send for FREE Fully equipped Beauty Park this garage, close to city, $77,900. I will finance 82322. A smart Florida Investment.

BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES, miniature apt in your folks yard. PLANNING RETIREMENT Come and see this lovely block home with 2 BR, 2 BA, I II J-INVESTORS: 438 Acres In South Bradford County. Partially sub-
$1993 .ltect".ecHrom $2800. 964 5687 .
Route One, Box B4CF. Moss, TN 38575. '
large living & "kitchen & breakfast nook I
dining areas family nesteld
rooms '
((8001 i731.8 46.Imn 86 254 i A I II".I" ."-'..WANRLIN' 1 .AE Es 5TAt.l.QJNG FIREPLACE fbn3:very
HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 BR. 2 lull rwlrh pipo'8 top cap. $1OO FIRM LOVE ANIMALS Buy this 5 acres with' 3 BR. 2 BA, brick home keep your horse, Hardwood trees. Developer's/ dream I
baths CH 8 A, 4 acres. Lawtey. 964 5311. 8/28 Itchg chickens etc grow your own load $58 000. I -PRIME EXECUTIVE OFFICES ON US 301 near Edwards Rd Seven j
000. Non Assumable not
964$33 8204. 8/28- 9/4 mortgage priced reasonable Ph. 964-7135. lank 8'28Itpd GOODBYE TO CITY CRAMPS Buy this 3 BR 2 BA brick home with central "heat & | |thousand four hundred forty six sq. ft. in Bldg. with 1 ISO' on Hwy
2tpd .
Ions, brick b b ', ,, ,
air ceiling q pit utility bldg $57,900
HOUSE FOR SALE-Bossant Rd. Miami 301 by 254' deep Parking space for 30 cars $199,0001
NEAT FRAME HOUSE 2 BR, 1 BA. Good rental $26,000.
Stone, 3 BR, 3 BA, patio OLYMPUS 35MM camera with 50MM .PREFERRED PROPERTIES....
garage ...
fireplace, opprox 2,200 Iq. ft. About lens, excellent cond., 496-3894 after 4 HIGHWAY 301 NORTH 251 feet with frame home 4 BR. 1 BA., well & septic)
30 pecan trees on five acres. Call p m. 8/28 IIchgMUSCADINE lank utility bldg.. 534,9(+0. I NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Counfry Club-for development.
9M 5240. Oglesby. 8/28 Itpd GRAPES, you-pick, 50 per BUY THIS NOW) One Unit duplex, 7 PR. 1 BA. kitchen, dining and living room I (SIX ACRES-Great Buy-Primitive Baptist Church Rd, $12,000

Ib 3"i' miles south on 301 at the end of combo 27900. I GRAHAM BR 1 BA Frame home-reduced $16,500.
SE 33rd Ave. 8/28 2tpd 9'4 OUT WHERE IT'S QUIET Mobile home enclosed in buck, 3 BR, 2 BA, Central heat) ,
REAL ESTATE KIMBALL ORGAN 2 keyboards, auto and air, well & septic tank $51>.900 -BROOKER.Trailer 14' x 56' plus lot 100' x 10020000.

OUT OF AREA rhythms & more Also Yamaha Electronic NEAT AS A PIN Mobile home with 3 81. 2 BR pitch tool shed, nestled on 2 lots, I [ -HI & DRY14.05 Ac., 2 wells, septic tank $35,000

keyboard loaded 8 ,dike:new $25 000 [ -NEAR LAKE ALTO Ten acres-l5,000.
will sacrifice $600 each 964 5497 NICE BLOCK HOME 3 BR living, ,noon, dining room & kitrhen, combo,, $34,900.
-LAURA CHURCH RD.-Four plus acres $10,000.
LAND FOR SALE Mountain land
: by BASE STATION. Cobra, 139 XLR 40 channel WATER FRONT LOTS Sampson Lake 8 River, owner. $100 down, owner financing 2 D 104 m'ke. Challenge Master COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES Lol lor sole I -WINDING TREE IAKE-One acre 15000.

acre tiact views, easy access private antenna 8 co%o)(..'.' 'all tfor $175 LAND FOR SALE 2 panels 4 55 arras and 2.16 acres neat Graham, -PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or will divide
n ce bldg. sites.. 1 hour north of Marietta.
7823963 8/28 ItchgENTERTAINMENT KIDS HAVE A WHEEL RV? This 10 In South has of I II'to tanks.
Cloy County 2 wells 3
acres plenty room SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine acres, septic
Ga. Call 1 ((404)) 276 2681 1 ((404)) CENTER FOR TV I II
635.7654. Icon 86 255 ride only $17.900 | 'FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club $90,000.
stereo VCR etc., good .cpnd, :, $4S I COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Building' with Approx. 15 000 eqt/ floor space corner]
91 Rd 100 East $7,700
--- >4467. 8/28 Itchg if Madison & Thompson, $74900 1.37 ACRES-State
STEREO CABINET like new ..IT, 1 3 BA home with 2 1/2 to 50 acres.
glass 8 door exrellont nnH 4
-------- I C.OOO *iRM LAND OR PASTURE LAND 111 Acres POULTRY FARM on 5 acres with four barns.
964 4467. 8/28 Itchg
LONG ,, HOtKF! 'f/ !RANT 1 Bedr.ir.ms 2 Baths CALL ST. Both for $40,200.
phone FURNITURE: Sold house must sell h "2 BUILDINGS -
calls, Business or resident. $100 per mture 8 other misc.\ Items.'Sal' BIll rRFE NOTARY SERVICESPUT -3 LOTS each 50' x 100' all for $7,000.
month. Jox 1.730-3099. 8/21 2tchg 8/28 6pm. 615 E.-Washington.St 8 !H US TO WORK FOR YOU !III! -CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' x 385' $17,000.

5 FREE GERMAN SHEPHERD puppies. to 1977 POP,-)rl":(p("f"'Is teps M I' Srefrig" AFTER HOURS:
homes. 6 wks. old. Call 964 8204.
good $1000 1 HJHO-.f-ni' Bi; JO 19 or After Hours

HELP 8 28 1111 Itpd puns, 7 weeks old need your HUNTERS 782 3062 nf'gtJS SPfCIALl p.1.) 'lWI 8?,;,28 I:1'pd slide In i I I Wayne Douglas. .. .. 964 6593 N v's'! Ward... ... .... .964-74541 |pauline Randolph 964-6323

love and home. Shep/Bull & Col- comrwrtiSiSO9646594., 8)28) Itchg John Greene .. 533.2121 Bill Dodd, ..... .. .. ..964-74081 Randy Cory 475.2591
Ile/Shep. 964 8348 after 6 p.m 8/28 CORNER CITY LOT Itpd overyrhirg."For'yrrw; .:. *. all "' Anne Terwillegar
CLOGGING CLASSES. Kingsley Civic 964-7360.3'28 Upd | Evelyn C'' 964 1319 O I .1. H >rl ? 190"

Center, Tuesday Sept. 2. 6 p.m. to 8 1964 STARCRAft., fP.PJ.JP"Y.I, +|A/lf':R r ,T> Heine-lit, 964 6419 Pa'sy laws p m Ph %7955.. 8/28 2lpd 9/4 of the 'lin&-, f|ljf j fyafinaftr{ }:j

rehigatoolmr o..v/iiiiq """0H. ? *&
96/- >086. 8'28 2lpd 9 i'
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.. .. .' ;) o.1Itr.fe' A RARE FIND:530 acres in one DO YOU WANT A BUY?? This

SAVE $ $ With: ,',,,: \ ,) m parcel with many possibilities is ill I I 13 Br., 2 Ba.. close to

'. dnQEstimates ? S I Over 3,000 ft. highway frontage everything. 27000.

Homes Beautiful'' "*'';, ; Approx. 3,900 ft. adjoining "
9 Starke Golf & Club.
,: i IA** Country
FulliTime Associates Timber valued at over $200,000. LARGE HOME-In city on ap

Tilt In WINDOWS 964.-4522 prox. 9/10 acre. 4 Br 2 Ba
DAVID IUDODGEDesignatedAppraiser
STAFIKE. FL. CH&A, 1900 plus sq. ft. assum
Also SPACE: over 2500 ft, with 3
.c.. South 301 Plaza '*e > <4j-370y ?.: ". : '11 bedrooms 3 baths and too mtg.
Fo many
: Siding Soffit & Fascia
features to describe on 3 3/4
v '
: Eo---- Awning Screen Rooms 8:30 Open a.m.Man.to thru 5:30 Frl.p.m. ; t4t-7333 jl Res. *434iA acres U.S. 301 SOUTH 3 parcels I

r rr Carport a Brick or Stone Sat, f a.m. to 4 p.m. ,.R,.KITE ''L SUZANNE KITCHENS 2 acres to 6 plus acres.
Cl.anlng Res. 44-5Kt MOVE RIGHT IN-Close to

Call Appraisals for Residence Farm Commercial Business 'Hampton Lake, 3 Br., 2 Ba., LAKE ACCESS-Extra nice MH, i I;

CH&A. Plus 1 a new 28'x40' CB CH/A with beautiful '
Your Full Service Real Estate Office grounds 'I
HOMES/ BEAUTIFUL OF N. FLA. storage g". and O 10'xl2'greenhouse. Keystone area. I
,SOMETHING SPECIAL Brick On 1 acre. All for

'r Starke Fla. 964-6766 home on 5 acres. Owner says You will love the privacy this $60,000. PINE HAVEN- Br., 1 Ba., ce- i
offers. 4 Br. 3 Ba., 2,100
"Sell HI". Price reduced $10.000.nome ment block home with fenc.dTerms

.. very negotiable. sq. ft. plus an extra large REDUCED TO $28,000-3 Br, 1 yard on shaded lot. j
h-\N\.AM\N\.MN'\N -M V.\N-NN1NM.A \N-N\N\-N'A \ other jI
garage. Many outstanding Ba on 1 acre. Close to Country I

features on 1.76 acres. IN CITY. Club. SOUTH 301 PLAZA 7 unit retie
HOME BEAUTIFUL: $75,2011 on

two acres 3 Br., 2 Ba.? 1700 '<:ITWO LOVELY ACRES on SK laIn AFFORDABLE-ln city 3 Br, 1 tal complex, full occupancy, firm !
: ,;: cash down I I
eta payment required.
!f t_; }: l...r 1/: :' ft? CH/A, many amenities. Hampton. Only $6,000. Ba, fenced cor, I lot $34,500. I
ft "' .. : d'
.. HOME and
1oIoIb.. 1.m NICE BRICK goo CORNER SR 18 &. 3011 14.87'

.. .. ...L._ .l =,... -_... ';::. neighborhood. 3 Br., 1 1/2 Ba.. A SOLID INVESTMENT a acres with 940'ff on 301. Only 191 I

w/carport $32.300. Acres & Building Lots world of enjoyment in this 4 BR, mi. to Gainesville. I

LAWTEY AREA: Beautiful country estate. 3 BR, 2 bA, over BEAUTIFUL DOUBLEWIDE on 1 5,10 and 20 acre parcels 2 Ba, Fm Rm, Liv. rm., Din. Rm., OWNER FINANCING-2 Br, 2

2,000 sq. ft. of beautiful living area, formal everything All this 10 acres. 3 Br., 2 Ba.' Let us show Starling at $1,000 per acre sewing rm and more within( Ba., doublewlde on 1 acre. Now

on 9.74 well kept acres; fenced and cross fenced. you this one You II LOVE Starke it. Let Us Help You 2400 sq. ft. Priced at 73000. only $24.900.
and Lake Butler. 4 Br 2 Ba.,
441 W. Madison CH&A 8 acres / Extras-large Rentals Available We Invite Inquiries On Our Other PropertiesCB
Starke, FL 32091 building and large pole barn. 2 BR Apartment Thinking of Buying or Selling? Call us f fI. ,

REALTOR !".?469 For Lease
Harold 9646616 /
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needed at Whispering Pines Car Ctr Mobile Homes and spaces for rent Big Trucks! D.O.T. Certification thly efficiency" apartments, 1 or 2 BR, nished. Retired or handyman" caretaker
Call Susan Cook 9646220. EOE. 12/5TF Recreational vehicles welcome Phone Local and Notional Job Placement LEONARDS' OUTBOARD SHOP call 4732919. 8/7 tfnchg couple preferred. $200 to $275 month
EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON: honest 964-7498 9/16 tin Assistance. CorrespondenceResidentTraining. 4734180. SPECIAL 14' Bootlegger HOUSI ON LAKE GENEVA Across from 473-7269; 376-7749 or 378-8622. 8/14
clean cut A MUSTI! References required NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 Eliglle Institution for Financial boot aC': hand laid fiberglass, $695; 14' golf course $400 a month. Nice tfnchg
; possible $25,000 first year Apply 8A apt For more Information call Lak. Ald. Guaranteed Student Loans galvanized trailer $325:'1985 15 HP 473-3083 or 475-2838. 8/7 tfnchg KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mobile Home,
D & S Motors 207 N. Temple. No Butler Apts. 496-3141 Equal Oppor Call I ((800)) 2828165. UNITED TRUCK Johnson $1275. 4tchg 8/21.9/10 MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT $150 per 14X70, fully furnished CH/A corner
phone tolls 4/3 TF tunity Housing 6/7 tfnchg MASTER Resident Training: Tampa, FL month. Partially furnished Keystonearea. lot. 26000. C.B. Isaac Realty"
REAL ESTATE LICENSING only 4 weeks, ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel $8 fcan 86-253 FOR SALE 473.2026. 8/7 tfnchg 4752199. 8/14 tfnchg
Call 1-755-4040. N. Fla. Real Estate Col. per night. From $35 per week. Discount 2 BR-1'/. BA MH Carp.t, large kitchen & 1984 14X40 MH on one acre land 1000

lege. 7/3TFN offered for longer term. Apply In per COUNSELING SERVICESNOW 16'/ FT. MONARK $-1 BOWRIDEH living room, partially furnished, very gallon septic tank 4 Inch well located
AIRLINE JOBS $17.800 to $68.500/year. son. Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across lounge seats, teak ski storage, three clean, close In but private with space 2 miles north of Keystone. Call ownerat
Now hiring. Call JOB LINE from Post Office. TF ACCEPTING APPOINTMENTS providing nice built In cooler/storages I Full In. for garden. $300 per month requiresdeposit 473-7770. 3tpd 8/14-28
I 1.518.459.3535 Ext. A-3377 for Info. 24 APARTMENTS FOR RENT Newly marriage & family drug strumentation. Extra storage. Large and first months rent. No Inside LAKE GENEVA WATERFRONT LOT 3/1
Mrs 8/14 3tpd 828CONSTRUCTION. decorated everything furnished. Laundry rehabilitation and medical hypnosis fuel tank Bow rail canvas, boarding pet WB. Stanley 473-4161. MH with deck storage building large
DRIVERS MECHANICS facilities Included. Video room (weight' control smoking stress, etc.) platform. Older Johnson 135 HP. RUNS 2tchg 8/21.28 shade trees, near public boat ramp. By
welders, electricians machinists, available. Will accept one child no Please call Mark Wise, N.SW., at GOODI! SS Props. CLEAN. $5500. Larry. WHITE SANDS LAKE Furnished home, owner. 36000. 473.2331.2tpd 8/21.28
rarpontert. needed Immediately. Also pets, Palms Apts 2313 N. Temple 964-4433 for an appointment. Newly 475-1267. 8/7 tfnchg AC deck. $295 month. Lease flexible 12X70 with 6X12 EXPANDO BR, 2 full
airline jobs Will, train some positions.Up Ave. Starke 32091 5/1 TF opening across from Bradford High MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Trumpet $100; $200 deposit 9042497884. 4tpd baths, all electric 3 ton AC skirting
( 'to $6000/month). Transcontinental 28 FT. TRAILER for rent by month 1 or 2 School (In law office of' Terrence Trombone, $45; Guitar $90. 4737095. 8/21.9/11 Asking $6000. 473-2192. Itchg 8/28
Job Search ((308)) 382.3700 fee Icon adults only. No pets Deposit 1 required Brown) at 486 N. Temple Ave., Starke. 8/14 tfnc"gWINDSURFER. LAKEFRONT MOBILI HOME 2 BR, patio
86.261 96 .8484, STARKE KOA KAM- Fla. 8/28ltpd Mistral Bermuda. Great private, good fishing near Kuystone. Lost
HOUSEKEEPER, mature lady for general PGROUND 301 South 5/15TF for learning. Bargain at$600. 473.7385. 473. 186. 2tpd 8/21.28
housekeeping S cleaning Own $50 PER WEEK for you choice of our one FOR RENT OR SALE Grocery market and
tchg $100 REWARDI! Black male Labrador,
& local references Owner for healthreasons.
and retiring
transportation required bedroom apartments with refrlg. equipment.
chair and ottoman.
961.4269. 8/28 1 Hpd cooking facilities. All utilities are Included Location: Hwy 100, Putnam mixed dark spots on tongue. Lost Nov.
4732297. 2tchg 8/21-28 7 and Immokolee Road.An.w.r. .
3000 GOVERNMENT JOBS LIST $16.040 in this price, so why rent a room, LINK. FENCE: Installed. Free S TON COLEMAN A/C and Coleman oil Hall. Space for your trailer home. on SR-100. to "Minor." 4737162. 8/7
$59.230/yr. Now Hiring. Call when you' can have on apartment. estimates Handy-Man Fence Co. furnace Spanish sectional 4 piece living Good business Reasonable.
805 687.6000 Ext R 5504. 8/21 8lpd Monthly rates are $200. Call us at Owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559. tfn room; suite Including coffee table 904-473-2067. Itchg 8/28 REWARD tfnchg Lost female colorCocker
10 9HAIRSTYLIST 964.4262 days, 964-6566 evenings, or GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors, windows, and 473-7414 or 473-3632 call COZY IN TOWN 1 BR apartment for golden .
lamp. Spaniel 13 weeks old.Missing
WANTEDi following preferred drop by" and see the apartment etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY. 8/28 rent. Fully" furnished with access to puppy
Itchg since Please call
Call Hairplanes 964-4645. 8/28 manager In apt no six at 314 North 964 6078. Orders alto taken In Lake anytime. TRAILER Fully elf- large screened-ln porch. Price: $250
17 FT. TRAVEL 473-7226. 1 tchg 8/28
I Hchg Temple Ave next to 'the Tenneco Station Butler 496-3079 and Keystone Heights, contained. Excellent condition. Call per month on twelve month lease. Rent
BABYSITTER NEEDED port.time. weekday 6/26 TF 473.4973. 2/26 IfnWANT Includes all utilities. Tel:473-2606.
473.3216 days 473-3296 evenings
mornings and on Saturdays for 3 BR 2 BA MOBILE HOME on I acre lot TO DRINK? 8/28 ; 8/28 HELP WANTEDHAIR
Gator games. Neud experienced $225 per month 9644238. 8/21 THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS OIL Itchg HEATER drum and stand $45; Sears 3BR 1 BA house on Lake Geneva. $350
reliable, sitter to core for my 8 month- TFNCHG WANT TO STOP? Best 37.7 cc Bushwhacker, $50. month. 475-2682 after 4 p.m. 2tchg STYLIST Full service salon Wagesplus
] old in my home, references required.Hampton 2 BR MH-furn or unfurn. $160 per month THAT'S OURS Exc gas rand, attachments Included. 8/28-9/4 commission. License required.
area 468.2308. 8/28 Itchg. plus $100 dep. 964 8704 after S pm Alcoholics Anonymous 4737348. llchg 8/28 OFFICE BUILDING: SR 21 N. 2100 Sq. Ft. Doris Hair- Clinic. 475-7711 8/7 tfnchq

weekdays or anytime weekends. 8/28 964.4 150.96 .6219 TILLER one-hand operation brand new of offices, reslrcorns. Call Century 21 SOMEONE TO CARE for 6th grader at
EARN $4 87 HR. llchg.' pd thru 9/4 never used, $500, mirror-round early Showcase Properties, Inc., Broker, Keystone Elementary before and after
We need assistance' In evaluating and 3 BR IV BA TRAILER. Good location- SEWING MACHINE REPAIR: All make 30's maple, $60. 4732658. 2tpd Keystone Heights. 4734903. 8/7 4tchg school. 1-737-4519 or after 8 p.m.
responding to daily work reports submitted Keystone, $225 per month plus $150. cleaned oiled and adjusted $15. Used 8/28.9/4 8/28 1.659.2134.2tchg 82894PERSONAL

by our agents' throughout the Sec dep. Must be willing to sign 1 yr. sewing machines for sale James SINGER AUTOMATIC- Free arm, does all LAKE BROOKLYN-2 BR cottage. Sept. 1
state No experience necessary, Paidto lease. Phone 964.5647. 8/28 Itpd Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy decorative stitches, buttonholer. thru June 1. $325 mo. $200 dep. First SERVICES
complete' training Work at home. 3 BR MH outside' city limits Adults only 16 Starke. 96 -8733. 12/5TF Negotiable. 1 Itchg 8/28 driveway on Immokolee Rd. off 21. Will
For Information send ..If.oddr..d. no inside' pets 964-7619 01 964-8614. HANDYMAN: carpentry painting electrical be Sat., Sun. 8 Mon.
on premises
stamped envelope 9'/i Inches long to: 8/28 1 Itchg complete home repair. 17573419. 8/28 FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING -
AWGA Dept E, Box 49204, Atlant GA TWO 1 BR FURNISHED APTS. Lights' & Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor WANTEDTENOR Hand rubbed oil finishes. Call Jac
30359. 8/28 Itpd hot water ,included. $160 plus $75 Call Mitch 4733940. 1/9TF 4732521. 8/7 tfnchg
TEACHER I HEADSTART Must have a deposit No pets 9648071. 8/28 2tpd TIRED OF PAINTING YOUR HOME Call SAXOPHONE good condition HANDYMAN SERVICE Mowing yard
high school diploma/GED three years 9/4 964.6766, Homes Beautiful of N. Fla. reasonably priced. 4753309. Itpd 8/28 work chain saw work tree trimming
experience working with young ONE BEDROOM HOUSE for rent In We will tell you how to avoid that lob CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted trash hauling any odd lob 473-3321.
children in a classroom setting' and the downtown Staike $150 per month. and Increase the value of your home, LAND FOR SALE to the Lake Region Monitor office PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile
technical Child Care Certificate, (FJC), Call 964-4262 days or 964.6566 even- 5/ITF In writing and paid In advance homes, pools, decks, sidewalks.' Free
or AA and/or as without experience Ings. 8/28 Itchg LAWN SERVICE: reasonable rates. Most LAKE LOT Hillcrest Lake. 13500. unless credit Is already establishedwith estimates. Call Rob 473-3590. 8/7
Must be willing, and able to pursue active RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 per month lawns $15. Phone 964.4238.5/8 TF Owner will finance. $164 per month. this office.MONITOR LAWN MOWING Trimming edging.
career development goals (i.e., attending and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker ROOF COATING will coat your roof & 473.4367. 8/7 tfnchg STAFF CANNOT BEHELD Call The lawn Barber. 4733590. Free
classroom seminars Owner at 964-5069 or 964- 048 TF guarantee It against leaks for one LAKE BROOKLYN WATERFRONT One RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Estimates. 8/7 tfnchg
workshops. etc) Must have own CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On year. Single wide start at $135. acre wooded lot. 17500. Call 473-7162 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING -
transportation. Applications acceptedIn Highway 16 W. Close to prison. Doublewides start at $150. Relevellng after 5. 8/7 tfnchg THE TELEPHONE. House out of level? Call LaRue Leveling
the Head Start Center in Starke 964-7530 or 468.1323. 10/10 Tfchg all sizes, $50 plus any materials. Call Classified deadline I I. Tuesday noon Service, for all your foundation
through FrIday. September 5, 1986. FURNISHED efficiencies and mobile I now for free estimate. 964 4680 Mon. MISCELLANEOUSPACK prior to Thursday publication. repairs 4737721. 8/7 tfnchg
E.O.E. 8/28 1 tchg homes Inside city weekly S monthly.JO Fri 99. 8/14 4tchg 94I Minimum charge Is 15 words for $3.50 LONELY AND BLUE Who do you call?
MOTHERS I NEED CASH? T..rn your spare LU Motel & MH Park. 9648810.65 I WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT your childrenIn RAT Buy sell and trod. collectible then 15 cents for each word thereafter (The Blues Busters) by writing to
time into dollars Part-time potential TF my home, days. 9647321.814 4tchg Items and antiques. Used furniture, Lakeside Singles Club Rt. 1 Box 530
$400-$600 per month Interviews after FOR RENT OR SALE Grocery market and 9/4 glassware, jewelry and much more. PETS Hampton FL 32044. 8/7 tfnchg
school starts Call Marie 782-3790. 8/21 equipment. Owner retiring for health BAKER LP GAS INC. Do you know or Come see for yourself. One mile east CARPET CLEANING Deep steam extraction

2tpd 828TRAINING reasons. Location: Hwy 100 Putnam care what you pay for propane? We of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. BULL DOG PUPPIES All white,3 mole ifemale truck mounted equipment.
Hall. Space for your trailer home. have a summertime special & senior 4732183. 8/7 tfnchg OB CARPET CLEANING
each. 473-2289 8/28
$50 Itpd
INSTRUCTOR: Teaching Daily
Good business Reasonable citizens discount. Plus a special for GRAPES Lilly' Vineyard. Coral Farms Keystone Heights-'4737770Half
Living, Classes In a sheltered workshop farms and commercial accounts WE
9O 73.2067. Itchg 8/28 Rood In Florahome. 659-2121. 8/14 off on Scotchquard
BS,BA In Special Ed or related'
setting don't deposits. Ph. UPHOLSTERY
charge any !tfnchg Chairs couches, cushionsand
or 2 yrs. College and 2 yrs experience NOTICECLASSIFIED 1800635.2371 1 or 2596810. 8/21 4tpd campers. 4732452. 4tchg 8/7.28
with Developmentally Disabled.Related 9/11 SEWING MACHINE TUNE-UP Fall
experience may be accepted NEW CREDIT CARD! No one refused 301 South HantU-Houses special only $10.95. In-home service
Salary: $.300.$12.500' Quarterly ADVERTISING should be sub VISA/Mastercard. Call 1-619565-1522. Hwy o, 4752692. Itchg 8/28 I
Bonus & Excellent Fringes.Resume or milled to the Bradford County ext. C243. 24 hrs. 8/21 3tpd 9/4 memo/mate -
applications to: Bob Larimer Director Telegraph office if. writing and paid In NEED TIME FOR YOUR SELF away from No Down
Sunshine 'Industries, P.O. Box 509 advance unless credit Is already house woi k? Or even someone to help 4437--3S ac, Hampton area 2 stocked .
Storke, Fla. 8/28 2tchg 9/4 established with this office. with large lobs. Call me, 9644908. No ponds, near lake Santa Fe..Make. .
OPENINGS AVAILABLE for prior service THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE |lob too large or small. 8/21 3tpd 9/4 Sizes and Styles offer I Fenced.
military personnel in the Naval' Air HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN MIAMI VICE Many *135--100 E. Furnished MH plus stucco I
Reserve Program in Jacksonville, FL. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Needs Extras Now building. Commercial Investment.
Ground and flight crew positions THE TELEPHONE. Beginners Welcome 964-8848 'r Reduced.
available in patrol transport helo and Classified, deadline is TUESDAY, MIAMI VICE .-. BFC 1 436--Going Day Care Business, Fall
attack squadron Call toll free NOON prior 'to Thursday publication. Ft. Laud. ((305)) 565-0604 enrollment at full capacity believe
I 1.800.521.1316 for more information Minimum charge is 15 words for$3.50, fcan 86.263 ttn Evenings only 23000.
7 3 13tpd 9/25 then 15 cents for each word thereof ter. HOUSEKEEPER-Experlenced hard *424--202 N. Thompson could be
TYPISTS $500 weekly at home! Write: worker Call Karen 964-4002 after 3 964-4073 473-3627 commercial only 10% down pricedat
PO Box 975 Elizabeth, NJ 07207 7/10 pm. 8/2BNC 25000.

Blchg 8/28 WILL BABYSIT In my home, mornings 8 I31B-4 Br., 2 Ba.. 21)
TWO HAIR STYLISTS NEEDED. Following r*************+***++************+****+**+*********** on acres, also
evenings. lawtey area. 7823352. 8/28 mobile hookup at $80
not Must be excellent cutters REAL ESTATE a
necessary. 1 Itpd \ CYPRESS MULCH month. 10% down and priced at
stylists FOR SALE GET GLASSED I I Why wax your car or 65000. See nowl I I14laFurnished
7'31 TFNchg boat over and over and over..when : and
moblel mint condition
assembly work. For Info. call ATTN. HUNTERS S INVESTORS. 200 acres you Glass can, Starko, 964.8348. B/284tpd 9/18 PINE BARK 1/2 acre lot, $7500 down and
504-641-8003 Ext. 9579. 8/14 4tpd 9/4 bordered on 3 sides by Hunting Club WILL CLEAN YOUR HOME Monday thru I! owner financed .
THE CITY OF STARKE t is accepting' applications property 30 easement for access, Friday. Call for Information. 782.3553 -New catalogs are In-
for position of Laborer in the $490/ocre, COUNTRY RIVERS REALTY or 7823232. 8/28 Itchg. i You pick-up or We Deliver Buy and sell the Strout way
Sanitation & Trash Department. Must ((904)) 497.3305 anytime (property' EXPERIENCED HOUSECLEANER' willing ALL ACROSS AMERICA I
be at least 18 years oM and have located In No. Fla) fcan 86-262 to work Mon. thru Fri References. Call i Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery i'; TROUT REALTY
Florida Chauffer License. Apply Mer- TIMESHARE RESALES covering all of the 964-5205 anytime 8/28 Itpd 1 "COt>..*. re
rell Dees Office City Hall. 8/28 Itchg USA. Buying or selling we can help. : Cypress Lumber i' e*ONt44tMI.
Salary $3.35 Duties, : Assist client at Gatlinburg TN. ((615)) : 964-6649 : 473-3094
and laundry 4873108. fcan 86.257CAMPGROUND MUSCADINE GRAPES ,.
with housekeeping :
provide light nutrition and meal-planning RESALE CLEARING U-PIck or We Pick on order .1.> ..._._._._._._._._.>H._...............*.......*.............' 838 N. TEMPIC..
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assistance Qualifications Good HOUSE. All camp coast to coast resorts STARKC. FL 32091
physical and mental health understanding and lots buying or selling, contact M.n.r:1Ur! 7:30.1: p.m.

of basic homemaking skills ability RESORT SALES INTERNATIONAL at Frl-Sat-7:306 p.m. Subscribe CHIAPPINIREALTORS
to work with persons 60'. Specific Gatlinburg TN. ((615)) 487-3108. fcon Closed Sunday Today I
Qualifications, 1. Must have valid REAL ESTATE LA UNUWlfl
Drivers License 2. Must provide own ANNOUNCEMENTSTHE Longneckers 4 miles West of 475.1269

transportation and valid vehicle insurance Melrose or 2 miles East of MELROSE
3. Must be a resident of Brad FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION -
ford County Applications may be pick is requesting proposals for Orange Heights 1.7 miles KANE CYCLE GENTLEMAN RANCHER 4 BR. 2 bath
ed up at the Suwannee River Economic dropout prevention programs from North (Co. Road 1469)) home, 10 acres. KeystoneMelrosearea.
Council Inc.. Bradford Outreach community agencies. Interested agen Signs REPAIRUS $107.000.
Center, 133 West Call St.. Starke, FL. del shold request application form Day Hours 468-2483 301 N e 964.5805 LAKI HUTCHINSON Need more
Mail applications to: S.R E.C Inc from Joel Murphree. Dept of Educa Afternoons 475.1 151 or 473.2702 9-7 room? 3 BR. 2 1/2 both home, great
P.O, Box 70 Live Oak. Fla 32060. Closing tion, Knott Building, Tallahassee FL OPEN Friday & Saturday room with fireplace, lakeside porch
date: September 12, 1986. 8/28 32399 fcan 86 264 great beach. Owner transferred TRAYRAGEKT

Itchg Must sell I 88900. TOUR GUIDE
HALF MOON LAKE A perfect beginning
Is yours In this energy efficient nut uctuT.tpc/nn-nR
home. Oak shaded lot beach
44000. MM mil i toman mmrNMOfllMinUW

have an excellent career t HOUSE SLAB, SIDEWALK, rfl{

In tales and DRIVE WAYS PATIOS rumen uatTMrwru
opportunity ,
I RMtTiit UCMTIIMH ft,n.
delivery. We offer excellent a FREE ESTIMATES
3 Retail
employment benefits and ad ?'- 8 Parts Repairs SpacesFor A.C.T.TUTU SCHOOL
PH. 4681327INSURED
vancement. Discount Price for Lease .1-800-432-3114

Equal Opportunity Employer Tires & Batteries A4rrNHdMeRtlsrNRlfQ

Riverside Uniform WORKMANS/ COMP. 2.750sq.ft. ***** ** ..**Ii ** *:
964.8544 e 1\\ tn,1e
Hwy 301 S. BUSINESS .
1038 Edwards Rd. Across From The New

I FOR SALE Wal-Mart Shopping Center OPPORTUNITY :

Fill Dirt, Top Soil Tractor Work 964-8848 FASHION STOP is j!\

PLAN TO BUILD Call about a lot Hon 4 Dwr LTR Backhoe Bulldozer tin developing a new-
Cabinet $1I .95 ,
good location. shopping plaza adja-l;
.FOR RENT-Office Bldj, 211 S. 1 WFN 964.6182964-
Walnut St.. Beautifully decorated 3 Hon 4 Dw Legal cent to their store on i]

roams, 2 desks, console, storage File Cabinet S149.95 BROADWAY & WALTERS Hwy. 301 (across from ;
shelves, coffee area. Carpet Scotchga I
TREE SERVICE 1 high school)
Hon 48x30 Desk $219.00 $1495Cleaning '= 5i


964-7700 Han 60x30 Desk $219.00 Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co. Eola Stump Trimming Removal j SPACES are left !F:

393 N. Temple Ave.Vernle New Mite Copy Machine PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERE Firewood Available for oc- .
P. Odom Brek.r-GRI by Mid-June! !:
8V,xl I 8'/ixl4 We specialize In cleaning and dyeing of wall to wan carpet, furniture clean Free Estimate cupancy
-- '--'---'-'- Don't miss out this
30 copies minute Inside auto We offer bids commercial contracts. Quality on
.5 AC-301 So. 47*' Road FrontageI per 1195.00 ing and detailing. on 473-7097 473.7679
AC WITH WELL-owner will hold or rent for S45.00 per month work at low, tow prices. Call now to make an appointment. great Im'atiol1CAI.L .

mtg. Senior Cil t It'li Disionnr I i No Milr.mrt'li.iijjc I i : l rWA" Mvo l After 5 P.M. 901-384-0603; .

..1 LOTS AC.and Graham larger.AS Area. OFFICE SHOP e Roomsov.Call.; 964.4997 Call MlmHl If Keystone Heights For Further

IS HOUU.SU,500. 110 W. Call St. 250 .'. Cluck Yellow Pages In local phone book SI'.BrIdl_ en Licensed & Insured [Information :

.LOTS.Dolewoad'S/D. High & Dry. Stark, Fla. extra charge. AU Work| QUJtan: |. j Chamber of Commerce

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I Starke Resident wins two state champions hips Union CAREERED. -

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Van Dubolsky placed first in two the 30Doubles: 8-13,15-13 and 11-8. Bob Wood 15-2 and 15-5.?: Dubolsky rauquetoall tournament earlier this FICTION WRITERS.A special
divisions at the 1986 A.A.R.A. State defeating Leo Marsoci and ToddTaylor and Icaza won the 35National TItle month. Marcus finished second in City Community College clot In
Racquetball Doubles Champion- : from Tampa.In in 1983. the 10 singles at the Tampa Bay Ads commercial genre fiction/ will
at "The Club'* In Courthouse Junior Tournament. at Trenton High School on
Melbourne Florida. the 35division Dubolsky and Dubolsky is the husband of Becky nights at 6:30: P.M., beginning
Dubolsky teamed upwlth St. Pete's Joe Icaza knocked off the Seimer Dubolsky. His step-son Mar Marcus is currently ranked 26. Registration Is the first
Gainesvilles' Randy Pfahler to win, .1"onvllle! duo of Mitt Layton and cus Patray also was successful at a Number 5 in the Boys 10 in Florida. of class. Fees or. $54.00. Itpd.

I set catfish 496-2659 day or ADVERTISING NOTICE should be sub

Workshop on farmingCatfish
to the Union County Times of.
RENT In writing and paid 'In advance
credit Is, already established
Farming: A workshop on berg says the event is an effort to heat of summer, now is i a good timeto tions for the Florida AgriculturalHall this office.
catfish farming is set in Tallahasseein gear up catfish production in the think about firewood for the of Fame In the past seven OFFICE AND TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
September in hopes of promoting state. winter, according to the Florida years, 29 people have been honoredfor located In FOR MISTAKES IN
catfish fisherks in Florida. Division of Forestry. their contributions to the state's building. Call WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
Catfish farming is big business in Firewood which is cut green needsto agriculture. 496-2261. TELEPHONE.
is scientist
at the
Arkansas, Missouri, Alabama and Lindberg of a fisheries and season for three or four months. If "The conception of an tfn.YARD deadline Is TUESDAY
Mississippi, but relatively few Floridians department in the Institute of Food you're going to buy firewood, the Agricultural Hall of Fame filled a prior to Thursday publication.
have gotten into the act. agriculture prices will probably be lower now void in recognizing not only charge'Is 15 words for $3.50,
and Agricultural Sciences at the than they will be when the fall de- pioneers, but currently active 15 cents for each word thereafter
The largest existing catfish farm- University of Florida. The workshophe mand picks up. leaders whose efforts and actions 190 S.W. SECOND
will will 30, 9
conduct concentrate A.M. to 5
ing operation is 141-acre farm on Florida Agricultural Hall of have brought respect and stature to
the basics of the catfish farming Fury, bikes, .. REAL
operated by Seminole Indians on the Fame: Commissioner of AgricultureDoyle Florida, Conner said.
business. in more
west shore of Lake Okeechnbee. Recognized experts Conner is inviting nomina OUT OF AREA
every phase of catfish production
will attend.
A two-day workshop, set for FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO
Thursday and Friday, Sept. 45. Con- MAINES ? If I don't have It, I'll find its Just
ference Coordinator William Llnd- Firewood Time: In.spite of the ORIAN WELLS Chevy-Olds + Main Street, JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.

Your Country Gator Auto Store t Complete or 496-2903 eves. "YOUR
r= :/ The Working Man's Friend [ 4/10 11 then tfnLAND COUNTY REALTOR." tIn

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...-11/1. o.ln...lll. m-t\n\ jKlaanirill. 2I2-4U1 FOR SALE
Supplemental food program OPEN Mrsids,-.....,IHII PM iturdi) nil*PM

ROOM SET sofa chair. Call
APPROXIMATELY after 7 P.M. Ipd. 8/28
down, $96.13 a CHEST OF DRAWERS Call
receives additional fundingAn )tQ &bz/JJflML& 2tchg.thlngton 9/4 after 6 P.M. Itchg. 8/28

official of the Department of C.The foods provided by WICmilk, septic utility HELP WANTED
Health and Rehabilitative Services cheese, eggs, fruit juice, cereal In- SAYS: crete slabs, fish
(MRS) announced recently that the fant formula, infant cereal, and In- area of Union
Florida Special Supplemental Food fant juiceare high in these Lake Butler housekeeper. Unencumbered
Program for Women, Infants and nutrients. 15000. Call ( ANYTIME&H.) free room and board. Call
Visit Our Full Service 8/14 tfn/chg,
Children (WIC) has received an ad- The WIC program is available In. 9/4
ditional $2 million from the federal this area. Union County residents POSITION. Small GENERAL of
government for 1986. who wish to apply should contact Paint and Body Shop and bookeeplng amount answering

WIC is ahealth program that pro- North Central Florida WIC Project, .. Call 496-3805, before 5 P.M.
vides highly nutritious foods to preg- 730 Northeast Waldo Road, For All Your Repairs.. 8/28
nant women, women who have Gainesville, ((904) 392-2757, to re- 1972 FORD saw, lawn mower and small
recently given birth, breastfeeding quest an appointment. Those livingin FREE ESTIMATES Ray Johnson mechanic. Only experienced
women, infants, and children up to other counties should contact the apply. Call 496-2534, 8 a.m.-5
age five. public health unit nearest to them. RAJ Saw Shop, Worthington Spr
Ann Rhode, director of the Florida The WIC Program is free. 7/17/tfn
WIC Program, said that $50 million However, to qualify, an applicant For Insurance a
had origionally been allocated to the must meet income eligibility TYPEWRITERS HELP NEEDED: Recep
must also be o / must be able to type, file
guidelines. Applicants
state for this enabling 109,000 CompaniesYour FOR RENT ,
Usher Insurance
people to be served each month. The examined by a physician, nurse or Main Street, be punctual. 4962126.
Lake Butler Itchg
additional allocation will allow the nutritionist to determine if they havea 496.2261 for
program to increase its number of special nutritional need for the OFFICE AND
participants. WIC foods. located in Union
Although most federal programs Standards for participation in the at 150 West WORK WANTED
have been affected by the automatic WIC Program are the same for more
Only Agency Body Shop in the area. Fully equip-
budget-cutting mechanisms of everyone regardless of race, color, TWO BEDROOM, 2 personal or business Fait,
Gramm-Rudman, WIC is one of the national origin, age, sex or han- ped and has a professional, staff to do it right! completely ., low rates. Terry Hall
few programs exempted from the dicap. neighborhood. $ after 6 p.m. and weekends.
process. This is due in part to a comprehensive only.chg/tfn Call and delivery available 8/21
l study of the program 9/11
of Nurses Assistant will stoy In
released by the U.S. Department
ALTERNATORS GM QUALITY THREE with elderly or harldicapped. Ex
in_January 1986. _
SERVICE PARTS hou... Central references. Coll 496-2340. B'21
The study released by USDA listed, lake Busier 8/28
several major positive findings II *fflX 4lv, omn'M nTlriNousTiwAi"DICULArORS ;;; : deposit. Land /
about WIC: 1-262-1791 or
Women who participate in WIC 8/23 HOMES
have longer pregnancies leading to \t

fewer premature deaths. Roberts Real Estate FOR RENT OR Homes from $1 (U repair).
Prematurity is one of the leading equipment. tax property. Repossess
factors that contribute to death lOliNOIOS 964-5274 986 N. Temple Ave. Stark, FL reasons : Call 1(805)637-6000( ) Ext. H-1136.
REBUILT HEPAimO'OMIGN list. 7/31 9/18
among infants. Ha1.!' Space for repo
DOMESTIC 964-6262
IZI = Good .

.WIC participation results in a NEW TECHNICIAN IN OUR --- 9044732067.
significant increase in the number of SHOP TO TAKE CARE OF COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301 ,
women who seek early and regular 50000. Call Today! APTS.
medical care during pregnancy. ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile home. Only FILL
Early and adequate prenatal care is WARD TO SERVING YOU.B. .
one of the most important factors affecting 75000. Owner terms possible. Brand New
pregnancy outcome. & M. CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath central heat & air. TOP

Women enrolled in WIC had improved STARTER & GENERATOR rr). Reduced to $35,000. 2, & 3 Bedroom Units
intakes of several nutrients: In rapidly
238 E. WASHINGTON ST. STARKE 640 ACRES Excellent development property a Beginning As Low As
protein, iron, calcium, and vitamin .'1;."hq' 4 growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that $1200 $195

per acre II.!
DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath on 1 acre. $23,000. =..r Call

Tim's Custom Cabinets 1 SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. $11,000. ....".... 782.3531
.38 ACRE FARM Northwest of Starke, 2 Bedrooms 2 Bath FH.\
New Construction Remodeling CH/A
frame with out-buildings, CALL
Tile Ceijlpgs i,
Cabinets .10 ACRES Pecan grove, no improvements.
Free Estimates ; FORSYTH ROAD 5 Acres plus, no improvements, 640 ft.

Call Tim Thompson frontage on rood 2.9 acres with older mobile home, well,

964-4380 Shop 964-6238 Eves''' J pump, septic tank.COMPLETE Ill Plumbing Supplies From

"Ii\!': ,. : ,.. '. '11: ;" ,., ,'.'" :UlEInZIEJE..Uaa: :: : I I George COMPUTERIZED W. Roberts APPRAISAL Jr. Broker SERVICE Ill Durrance Pump & SupplyWe -

: I 964-6058 tvsnlnos || Drill 2" to 6" Wells State LIcensed >

FAULKNER REALTyINC.i : I Terry A. Gaines CSM, Salesman/Appraiser;; US 301 North, 864 N. Temple Ave..Starke 964-706 t

Located Hwy 301.1 Bill S..of St. Rdft 10 ; 964.4181 Evenings TF

':4714'I :
Susan M. Faulkner, G'RC, CRB' u.s. Gav't. Farm Home 4 Ac. Pool

REALTOR Foreclosure R.po Big Hou.
Open Sat 10-2 .0. Dawn 392 Carter Rd.
RESIDENTIAL 80" law Monthly Pmt. LawteyWestmoreland

*MADISON ST. 2 BR 1 BA bx-up. Reduced to $17,200. 1001 Thomas St. S6DO Dawn
| *STARTER HOME 3 BR, 1 BA, OVA, walk to>everything. QriTy 05000. a Starke Stark. $545 Month
I FURNISHED D.W.mobile home, very good 6Rnditlon; J acre..:,$32.000.
*4 BI, 2 8A or 2 3R apt. S 1 BR. apt. Priced In mid 50's. ,
1 *LOVELY shade trees with 4 BR, 2 BA home on 3/4 ocr. F/place In low 40'.. I II JANE S. USHER

I BEAUTIFUL SETTING, 2 BR, 1 BA from. w/extra septic, fenced S pasture I Your Union County Realtor BASS COUNTRY REALTY
*PULLET FARM w/37 acres. Nice home & extra mobile home on land. 496.2126 or 496.2903

*SMALL fix up hams $15,000. I 340 W.Main St.,Lok.Butler 2."pd .698.2511-
BROILER FARM-niee home. Nicest pool In ar.a. A lot for the price. D.W.| I

j mobile home w/bullt on.' S trip). garag.
] *3 BR, 2 BA overlooking Crytallak.. : FOR SALE
I *NEW 3 BR, 2 BA cedar home. lakeview of Sampson lake. IDEAL LOCATION 15 min. to G'ville, L. City, L, Butler Alachuo 4 High
*3 BR, 2 BA mobile home or Hwy 16 West. $15,900. .. I Springs lovely country selling surrounds this very very neat and comfortable MAINES REAL ESTATE
*IMMACULATE 3 BR. 2 BA doublewide home with on. ocr. and many extras j I I home and 3.25 acres This well kept property has fruit frees equipment -
I FIVE ACRES-lorg. home with barn Included. Financing Available. pole barn. Suitable for small farm operation REALTOR
remodeled. Good location. Great Invest-1 I and wall to wall HARRIETT MAINES
] *2 RENTAL HOUSES-on. recently WALK TO TOWN from this two story home. C.nt. ,
m.nt I .t. Needs minor repairs. Must see to appreciate. 'I
$29,9001. corp EAST MAIN
r.duc.d to 25
[ *WALDO AREA-lmmaculate masonry home. Prlc.Ju.t WORTHINGTON SPRINGS Three or four bedroom home. Cent H A. One
home. $35,900. Call for appt. to ...1 I available. Priced right to sell.
*3 BR. PA BA Con. block off SR. 121. 1/2 ocr. up to 2 acres
LOTS I Owner transferred, must sell. LAKE BUTLER, FL. m
lot. Call today I .40 ACRESProperty located In Union County With rolling terrain and Iron
I +ONLY $35,000 for a city has numerous home sights and can be easily 904-496-3978 .,
ting three roads,thi.property
COMMERCIAL sub-divided. Parcel may also be sold In 20/20. Owner finance,
*7 RENTAL UNITS-furnlshed. All for r.duc.d price of $77,900. WORTHINGTON SPRINGS 1.8 acre tract off Little Sp-lngi Road. Wooded FOR SALE LAKE BUTLER

j **OVER RESIDENTIAL 2,800 sq.OR ft.COMMERCIAL commercial space.USE-Hwy. 301. frontage In Lawtey. Priced at II septic BUSINESS tank OPPORTUNITY and well. Owner Business/commercial finance. property & building In city |3 BR., 1 1/2 BA., block home, low 30's '.'

only 36900. Terms available. Bradford 'limits of Lake Butler Some financing available qualified buyer, Could be 3 BR., 2 BA., block, central H/AC, low 40's .
ONLY $23,000 for 64'xl05' lot with con. blk. bldg. with of parking space avlalable. home fenced mid
I LAND used for several businesses available. with owners out of town 8 need to sell. Some 3 BR., 2 BA., central H/AC, ,. .,
HAVE 3 TO 5 acres
I *2t ACRES-|lust off Hwy. 225. $7,500. Owner financing. financing available. Has assumable loans too. Call today for appt to see. 40's
I *PAST HOSPITAL beautiful wooded bldg. lots. Meltose-1 acre track on Hwy. HAVE 2 VA HOMES wl'h assumable loans. Proper down payment neededto SEVERAL CHOICE BUILDING LOTS, approx. 2 acresin

126, lake privileges. qualify only. No credit report of loon closing cost needed.
1 PASTURE LAND w/pcean & oak. $1,900 per ocr. size.LARGE.
1 *27 ACRES-Prlced below $1,200 p.r ocr. CALL FOftMORE INFORMATION ON THESE AND OTHER COUNTRY I TRACT OF LAND can be subdivided Worthington -
', [ Springs Area t'I
SR 16E.
.2 ACRES wlhwy frontage on Realtor '. I
.20 a 25 ACRE PARCELS South of Stark.' May consider' splitting Into smaller j jI JANE S. USHER FOR RENT

parcels. Financing available. house. 496.2126 496.2903 Eves. rent In Union County, Lake. !
113 ACRES with M.H. and handymon-special or (MOBILE HOME LOTS for '
I BEAUTIFUL 3BR. 2BA-lg. family room REALTOR" 1 Springs. I
I *2,500 SO. FT. lot, a must to .... "Your Union County Butler and Worthington



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candidates who are runningfor much of what the prisons .!.; / h ncy should pick up the bill,"said
Electronic & Communications the Florida House of Represen- them," said Crady. Crady. /
0 I tatives for District 13 spoke at Uw Crady also noted that he had been Crady also noted that "roads are
964-6897 101 B Edwards Road Lake Butler Democratic Political instrumental in working out the problem one big problem in this area. You
'- Rally last week. of the county paying autopsy asked the state to get state road 16
-- fees on prisoners.All people who die off your back. DOT in Tallahassee
ATTENTION ALL HUNTERS that joke, but SR-18Is
while being held in a state prison thought was a
George Crady must have an autopsy performed on now back on.state maintenance"
: Don't Wait Until the Last Minute to get Your Radios, Incumbent George Crady opened them and until recently, the county He also gave the example of a 50
in teacher
by reviewing some of the things he where the prison was located had to percent
Frequencies Etc. has accomplished for this pay for them. since he was elected. In 1980, Crady
Special area
, said salaries for teachers averaged
specifically during his terms as
: REPAIRED OR INSTALLED state representative.The The amounted to from $10,000 to averaged$12,287 per$16,619.Another year. and in 1986 they
$25,000 per year which Union County
i We Now Have Super Star We Have a Full Line of prison impact bill,which compensates paid,said Crady.The Reception and was of great area concern Crady to noted a number which of
counties where Medical Center (RMC) Is located in
120's/360's Formax. of Antennas prisons are the Union Countians present was the
i located for the increased court load Union County and sick or Injured
$1.5 million project to
Connex 480 Channel Also Cobra Radios and other factors, was one of his prisoners are transported there to be state road 121 from Lake Butler to
I AM & FM Special Prices Don't Wait Get It Now! achievements said Crady. "I treated."I the other side of Raiford. Trucking
brought the legislature's attention to companies and prison employees
I what prisons do to the counties felt that since these were state travel SR-121 a great deal and Crady
where they are located. The state prisoners and the state mandated noted that plans are being made to
does not reimburse the counties for that they be autopsied, then a state resurface a section of SR-100.
Crady said he was particularly

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his district, since they tend to get
Movie Sat. lost In the legislative shuffle.
Kent T-120
a Closed Mon. for He spoke of his efforts to pass the
VHS Tapes Sparsity Factor Bill in 1975. Smaller
I and return Tue at no Labor county school systems were suffer
Day Panasonic ing from state budget cuts since thy
; didn't have a large student popu-a-
, extra cost. $499 tion.The Sparsity Factor Bill,which
6 Hour Crady said brought $63,000 to Union
County the first year,replaced some
Gibraltor of this funding, since even the '
smallest school districts have to
maintain certain employees and
programs to satisfy state mandates,
although the number of students be-
ing affected by these is less.
In 1985 the amount totaled$126,000and
Jm'soi0'vinen4For $215,000.in 1986 it had increased to

"The state now picks up 93 percentof
the money spent in Union County
schools This is money that doesn't
come out off the county taxes. In
Duval County,the state only funds 66
percent of the total for their
schools," said Crady.
Speaking to a county where a
large number of correctional officers
Your Entertainment are employed, Crady also
noted that when correctional officers
were given a percent raise
KV-1976R last year while law enforcement of-
TRINITRON ficers were given a 10 percent raise,
19" Color T.V.
REMOTE CONTROL TV Sony he went to the advisory committee
rules chairman and helped to con-
Trntronone-gunlone-lenspicturetubewith With Remote Control I and Many Features vince the state to give the correctional -
exclusive Aperture Grille and full squarecornereddisplay officers a 10 percent raise

Mirrorbiack screen for higher contrast Panfocus John JasonekJohn
gun for improved sharpness at corners Pay Only
W Jasonek is opposing the incumbent
Stereo broadcasts compatible circuitry with MPX for the Florida House of
output connector for an optional Sony stereo Representatives for District 13.
broadcast decoder $4344 + Jasonek said coming to Lake
Cable,Compatible Express Tuning with quartz- Butler felt like "old home week"
since he grew up in that area of the
locked accuracy Per Month ,state .
, Pay-TV (ANTiAUX/ ) switch for remote control Jasonek began his working career"Hy ,
access to a scrambled cable channel looped CASH PRICE .. ..u. teaching for five years inMac -
through a convertor box clenny. He has also taught at the
VIP (Viewing Interval Programming) automatically University of Florida and the
$5 6 5 University of North Florida. He now
turns your TV on and off or blocks viewing of shows "' .. :' owns an advertising company.
you don t want children to watch : : Jasonek said his opponent, "cameup
Sleep Timer turns TV off automatically after 1 hour plus tax :.H here and told you about a lot of
Commander things that have happened in this I
10-key Express remote control for
county since he was elected, but to
channel selection picture tuning and stereo m_ I what extent he was involved in making -
sound adjustment I I them happen, I don't know."
Handsome Dark Brazilian Rosewood styling "You must make the determination -
of what he has done for you and
compare that to what you expect

Fisher 904 =, ,: ,,,, r-. Sharp 19" Color T.V. Jasonek.from your representative," said
VHS RecorderReg. Jasonek said that in visiting the
people of Union County and listeningto
349.00 .. 7 Year Warranty on Tuner Reg. $479 their concerns, it wasn't hard for
E"J "- n,4 him to determine that the
r. ] [ county
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$ tative.
(Sale $329
'. 369 "You need to get what you need
Yfijf Pay $24.21 and many I've talked to don't feel
3 DAYS ONLYI-! that you are really being listened to
in Tallahassee," said Jasonek.
per month Jasonek told the people assembledin
Lake Butler that he plans to havea
mobile office so that he can travelto
H the various counties in his district
Car sound-Systems BAND INSTRUMENTS and spend time there without havingto
I I hn away from his duties.
"You will know when
FOR RENT representative will be here an Jour
will be able to see your represen-
tative," he said.
Panasonic EABT-50 Sayno FTU 58 If you are a band student and need an instrument -,, Jasonek said that one of his goals a
representative will be to secure a
for this school year come see us... place on the committee which
Car Radio Car Stereo oversees corrections in the state. "I
Call 964-6946 for information on our rental know what it's like to work for the
state and I think I can understandyour
Speakers Player I problems," he said, "I'm goingto
program. push hard to be on the correctionscommittee.
25 Watts, 40 Hms AM-FM Cassette ."
Jasonek said that he felt the
number one problem in Union County -
$34 95 $59 00 Panasonic CQ5505EU and in many others was the"bat
$ against drugs."Jason said that
AM-FM Cassette 9900 all you have to-do is look at the
. television programs and news showsto
know what is happening to the
school children throughout our state.

GUITAR STRINGS Panasonic Compact Disc Panasonic Cy5650EU ,"We've" he said.Jasonek got. to do something aboutit

also noted that there is a
Pre-Program Channels 7 Band GraphicFantastIC move on in the legislature to in-
( All Types crease the taxes on homes that are
appraised at less than$45,000. "I am
'- Sound Equalizer & against changing your homestead
_=--.-= exemption. You work hard to build
Reg. $444. -, up your farms and homes and you
25% Off All -'-'- Booster Amplifier deserve a break on your taxes."
Jasonek said that if he is elected,
$329 -- "You won't have to be frightened for

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Samantha LambertIn for the flight for both she and
pay Sheriff Reddish developed infor-
her mother. 27, was not Arthur Lee Johnson, 22: of This year, Florida executed three
Stable Condition Samantha received 2nd and 3rd mation on a suspect and on August transported, according to Jacksonville was arrested August 23 men while Texas has put eight to
25 recovered all of the stolen Paramedics Cliff
Chapman and Dan
Hum victim, Samantha Lambert degree burn (>"'11' 35 to 40 percent of firearms. Cuddington.Damage for DWLS, according to Sgt. death.
til Union County, is in the Shriner's her body w..sn her home burned The suspect is still being sought in to the Moped Goodner. Bond was set at $210, he "Texas always brags about being
Uiu Institute in Galveston, Texas. August 12. Her father David received the theft. damage to the Chrysler was $50, was released on his own the biggest. Now I guess they're the
Samantha's condition is listed as 2nd degree burns on his back. was $500. recognizance. biggest in something else," said

stable, she is doing as well as can be Henry Schwarzscnild of the
US-301 AccidentAt
expected. She is healing, except for Starke Man Held Leonard Robert Boyette, 42, was American Civil Liberities Union.
her face which will Sheriff Recovers McDonaldsMark arrested August 21 for DWLS,according For two days Florida and Texas
according to Shriner require Fane Bateman surgery,, Stolen Firearms Accessory to Theft to Trooper D. C. Roberts. He were tied.Texas .
Pealzgraf of Starke received was released after has five executions
cash bond
a $210 more
chairman of the Crippled Children'sCommittee Bradford County Sheriff Dolph minor injuries when he was ejected Marion Tyrone Lee, 29, of Starke was posted. scheduled in the next seven weeks,
of the Starke Shrine Reddish has recovered firearms from his was arrested August 22 on two
Moped August 25 on US301in while Florida is likely to have none,
Club.Fifteen old and stolen from a gun store earlier this front of McDonalds. counts of to accessory of the fact, according Clifford Lynn Surratt, 54, was arrested said Watt Espy, head of the
month Samantha
month. Pealzgraf and Allen W. Tanner of Investigator Don Denton.
August 20 Alabama based Punishment
on a capias from Capital
her mother were flown by jet August During the early morning hours of Gainesville, driving a 1978 Chryslerwere Lee is charged with concealing Orange County for DUI, according Research Project.
14 from Shands Burn Center to August 16 entry into the Santa Fe southbound two vehicles stolen from Wells
on US-301. The to Deputy Doug York. Surratt was Espy and others said Florida may
Texas, they will probably be there Shooters on US-301south was gained Moped attempted to make a left turn Chevrolet (1986 Camero and Monte released to Orange County not have any more executions untilthe
two more weeks. When she is able to by knocking a hole in the wall after in front of McDonalds and struck the Carlo), according to the arrest authorities. U.S.Supreme Court resolves the
return home her mother will be ableto entering the building next door, according vehicle in the passenger side, according report.Lee case of Georgia inmate Warren Mc-
help her with therepy. to Sheriff Reddish. to Patrolman John Hodges. is also wanted on a Duval Clesky.McClesky's.
If Samantha has to go back to the Five fI!i rms, valued at $4,000, Pealzgraf was ejected from his County warrant for armed robbery. 2 Inmates Guilty attorneys are arguing
burn center the Shriners will. again- were stoic'n at that time. Moped. In Battery CasesTwo that defendants who kill whites are

..- -, -AI Recent ArrestsIn cases, both involving in- more likely to get a death sentence
that those who kill blacks.
Bradford CountyThe mates, were disposed of in Bradford
County Circuit Court Monday,
following arrests were made August 25.Florida. FourYearOldNeeds
in Bradford County by local State Prison inmate Larry Good HomeThe
authorities. Allen Williams was found guilty by a
Printing jury of battery of a law enforcement Department of Health and
:. Paula Tanner, 25, of Starke was officer Monday afternoon. Williamswas Rehabilitative Services in Alachua
TS additionally charged August 22 with sentenced County needs help. We need to
at's out of this world. to fou years in t the your
forgery, uttering a forged check, according Department of Corrections. fine a good home for a little girl whois
to Lt. Moore. Tanner remains Trial for inmate George Robinson, four-years-old. She is a chid with
in custody of the county jail. 23, was cancelled after he pled guilty special needs.If .
Monday morning to a charge of aggravated you can share your home and
BROCHURES PAMPHLETS George Augusta Smith, 20, of battery. Robinson was your love, please call Billie O'Con
Starke was arrested August 23 for sentenced by Judge John J Crews to nor at 395-1180 ii-r information about
CHURCH BULLETINS STATIONARY threatening a public servant, according 20 months DOC.Robinson becoming a Foster Parent.

BOOKS FLYERS to Patrolman K. R. Hinds. arrived at FSP in 1980 on Remember, Special needs often
NEWSPAPERS Smith refused to leave Mar'on a two year sentence for burglary, give Special rewards.
DeSue's apartment after being was released in 1982 and returned to
warned earlier. Smith would not FSP in 1983 for a three year sentenceof
leave,threatened Sgt. Reno and was battery of a law enforcement officer Traffic Court
arrested. Bond was set at $2,000, he Both offenses were in Pinellas Aug. 19 in BradfordThe
remains in custody. County
Williams was first admitted to the following defendants appeared -
Our Special Willie James Strong, Jr., 22, Florida prison system in 1974 at age in Bradford County Traffic
Starke was arrested August 23 for 18 for five years for resisting an officer Court before Judge George H.
1,000 Business CardsRaised burglary, grand theft, according to in St Lucie County. Sentence Pierce August 19 where their cases
Lt. William Tillotson. Bond received final disposition.
was set was completed in 1978 but in 1980
at $6,000 total. Williams was sentenced to life for Sylvester W. Robinson pled guilty
Letters, Black Ink$1895pusax statutory rape from Okeechobee expired driver license; Robinson
produced a valid license and his case
Jerry Jarmon Hall, 45, of Starke County.In was dismissed.
was arrested August 23 for disorderly 1981 Williams was found guilty Robinson
pled to
in Union County of prisioner in guilty runningred
intoxication, according to
light; to pay $29 costs.
Patrolman Kathy Best. possession of a weapon and was .
B. Baker
Kimberly pled guilty
sentenced to five In 1983, also
While investigating a one car accident driving while license
Call 964-5764 Ask for Kim Hall was allegedly intoxicatedby in Union County, Williams was found (DWLS); produced valid suspended license,
guilty battery of a law enforcement
the wrecked car, which had keysin ordered to pay $50.
the ignition and the officer and was sentenced to
car running. Robert L. Adams pled guilty
Bond was set at $100.75, Hall was two years confinement. DWLS; must pay $50 and produce

released on his own recognization. valid license or pay $100.75.
Marvin Covington pled guilty no
Traffic Arrests Texas Takes LeadIn tag; produced valid tag, ordered to
pay $25 court costs.
James Eugene Barnett of Starkewas ExecutionsFlorida Alan C.
Hedding pled guilty Expired -
arrested 23 for
BRADFORD PRINTERS while license suspendedDWLS driving),according has lost its dubious dismissed.tag; produced valid tag, case
to Patrolman Russell. distinction as the nation's leader in
execution after Texas put three men Thomas M. Edwards pled no con
110 W. Call Street Starke 964-5764 cash Barnett bond was was released posted. after a $210 to death in one week. test to DWI. ; ordered to spend ten
With the deaths of Randy Lynn days in jail on weekends, fined $127.

James Henry Dean, 57, of Starke Woolls on Wednesday, August 20, Joe A. Prevatt pled guilty DWLS;
valid license
produced ordered to
arrested Larry Smith on Friday and Chester
was August 23 for driving
Lee Wirker on Tuesday August 26, pay $50 court costs.
while intoxicated (DWI/DUI, according -
C. White
Texas has now executed 18 inmatesby Shirley pled guilty
to Sgt. David Goodner.Dean's .
NVDL fined $100.75.
lethal ;
injection since
''r "FRESH QUALITY PRODUCE MEAT& SEAFOOD FOR THE LOWEST PRICES "' blood Bond alcohol content was .32 he punishment was reinstituted capital by the White pled guilty no tag; fined
percent. was set at $362.50, $100.75.White.
U. S.
Supreme Court in 1976.
was released on his own In that time, Florida has executed pled guilty DWI; fined$625,
recognizance. 16 men in its electric chair. Salvation Army supervision six
months, license suspended six mon
NORMAN'S"SalNIGNR ths, 50 hours community work, must

.................... attend DWI school.
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.mmmfmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm......*.....*........... Yvonne E. Campbell pled no con
.. .... test DWLS; fined $100.75.

.U.. MODEL OF THE WEEK :; speed Campbell; fined pled$72.no contest unlawful

MARKET rU. Herbert A. Clark pled guilty DWI
SALE PRICES WE :: EDDIE WINKLER ;:. fined $362.50, license suspended six;

GOOD THRU ACCEPT :: !t > months, must attend DWI school,
WED., SEPT 3 FOOD U. complete 50 hours community work
t U.S. 301, SOUTH, STARKE 964.6071 STAMPS. .:.: em. David J. Nolf pled no contest no

... U. tag; produced valid tag; dismissed.
Fresh Tender .rr r'--- "' A1IR S: Cynthia L. Par do pled guilty no
Quarters Fresh 5 Ibs. or more .. s tag; produced valid tag, case

.UN. Tit a. dismissed.
Groun TBoneSteak .. .... Charles A. Stalvey pled no contestno
Fryer49 ? ..r. u .. tag on front of vehicle; case
279 .. .. dismissed.
Beef IbJ lb. .... M'' C .. SharoneGamey pled guilty no tag;
Ib. ..
.. .. must produce tag and pay $50
.. or pay 10075.
.. ..... Charlotte F. Doolittle pled guiltyno
.... .. tag, fined $100.75, must attend
'LA LB.poritmGiets ,, M + :: defensive driving school.
! 00 :.:. : .. Marvin L. Lawson pled guilty improper -
.. 2 .. start fined $100.75.
.. '
.. i -' Lawson pled guilty no tag; case
1 Sliced Nettles l SmokedSausage .. .. dismissed.
rr : .. Lawson pled guilty wilful-wanton
.. .
.. ...... .... reckless driving; found not guilty.
Picnics .... .. Shawn D. Nettles pled guilty
.. DWLS; produce valid license and
I (: :: r :: pay $50 or pay $100.75.

99 $1.29 $2.49 .... .... Nettles pled: guilty no tag; producetag
.. .. and be dismissed.
,Ib. ,Ib. ,Ib. .... .. Mark Boone pled guilty no valid
.. a .. driver's license; fined 10075.
Smoked Porterhouse Sirloin .... ..
Neckbones Steaks Steaks :: :: Misdemeanor Court
I :: Gene L. Todd pled no contest
.. :S disorderly conduct; placed on court
(: .. .... probation 30 days, pay S30 court
79 $2.99 $2. 79 .... ... costs.
.. I U. Gregory G. Gonzales pled no con
Ib. Ib. .... .... test drinking in public; ordered to
.. .. pay $50 court costs, 60 days court
lumbou- Spanish .. .. probaton, violate laws
.. no ,, present
Potatoes( ..
Onions .. .. GED certificate.
.... .. Robert T. Toms pled no contest
.r ... drinking in public; pay $50 court
... .. costs, 60 days court probation,
$1.39 99:4L.s. .. .... violate no laws.
J' U. .. Douglas Edward Redding pled no
CS contest drinking in public; 60 days
Great Treat! .. t :. ,
.. court probaion pay $50 ourt costs,
Great for B-B-Q .. r. ....I violate no laws

Scuppernong Picnicking! ... .. Scott Jay Bindley pled no contest
/3R01)liCI: Baking rr.. .... drinking in public; pay $50 court
Grapes .... .. costs, to days court probation,
.. .. violate no laws.
Potatoes .r .. Sandra E. Covington pled guilty
$ I :: .. Drinking in public; 60 days court
9 From Our Farm to You.. .. probation
() .. complete 30 hours community -
Ma ,.. __ Fresh Zipper Cream 33w ...... UII supervision.work under Salvation Army

Fresh Yellow Peas lb.
:H Eddie shows us that it Is not too late for summer ..
Firefighter Course
Coxg :: fashions In his Jazzman shirt for $12.99 along with his ::
<= Deviled :: Hanes 100% cotton A-shirt for $2.99. His shorts are :: Offered in StarkeA

00 69 :: made by Sports Network and sell for$10.99. :: 30-hour volunteer firefighter

5 I Ib. CrabEars :: So make a "Big Splash" In summerwear at the RightS certification course will be offered
u... Sept. l5.19from 6 to 10:30 p.m.at the
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2P100Shrimp .. ....I to Firefighter Rusty Barrette.An .
from the Florida
SEAFOOD i Right Turn Mens Wear :: State Fire College in Ocala will pre- .I
Seasticks ... sent the course at no charge to the ;. '

:q Avenue :: participants.The .
452 N. Temple
SPECIALS .. State test: will be given the last L I
$ Q99 r"" .. of the
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A Plaque was recently presented to SuperintendentSid Lawtey Correctional Institution was recognized as a
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Newsome by Bradford County Sheriff Dolph Reddish. discarded books to the Florida Sheriff's Boys Ranch. NM j

I Bradford State Attorney ee

Receives 50 New Felony Cases q.

The Bradford Office of the State servant, battery of law enforcement defendant sentenced on other
I Attorney received 50 new Individuals officer and possession of controlled charges.
cases and/or felony defendants substance; pled no contest to bat Richard Earl Cribbs arrested Dec.
t for prosecution during the tery, placed on probation one year; 2 for battery of LEO, reisting officer
month of July, according to In- arrested April, 1986 for violation of with violence, disorderly conduct;
vestigator Wiley Clark probation, warrant dismissed. pled no contest to resisting arrest r
Ten of the cases were prison Ewell Craft arrested November without violence, placed on one year
related. 1984 for possession of controlledsubstance porbation.

Information was filed on 30 prior ; pled guilty to possessionof Willie C. Baker arrested Nov. 20
cases and the office declined to prosecute controlled substance, placed on for possession of a controlled .
17 cases. 17 cases were court probation seven years; arrested substance; pled guilty to possession, Works as well on the wall as it does on the The standard phone that beats all standards.
dismissed. There were no jury April 1986 for VOP, admittedto placed on three years probation. desk.
trials. Three violations'of probationwere VOP, probation continued, fined Franklin George Wilkes arrestedOct. Choice of dialing mode. FC 151 offers pulse .'

filed by the office. $300.Marion 11 for burglary, grand theft; led Convertible design. This model doubles as a wall dialing; works with rotary and Touch-tone lines.or .
Thomas Lee arrested Dec.
No action was taken on guilty to burglary, sentenced to 30
three cases judicial and 17 guilty pleas were 20 for resisting an officer with days Bradford County Jail, five desk model, whichever your needs require. FC 155 offers true Touch-tone, for speed of dialing l

accepted. violence; pled no contest to resisting years probation. Sleek-line style. Even the functional can look and compatibility with tone-accessed services. ,
Sixty-one misdemeanor cases arrest without violence and improper Tony Anthony Williams arrested modern and beautiful. .
Fully modular. Comes with clip-in connectors for
were filed and nine prior cases were exhibition of weapon, Jan. 6 for resisting officer with )
dismissed by the office in July, said sentenced to time served. violence, battery, pled guilty, given Lighted dial. Illuminated for your convenience.easy installation or movement from room to room.
Clark. The office declined to prosecute Inmate Donnie Lanier Gay charged three years probation.
31 cases. Thirteen guilty with aggravated battery; pled no Sworn complaint charging aggravated Pulse/tone switchable, automatic redial, quality- Traditional bell ringer with ringer volume control.

contest to aggravatery assault; victim does tone ringer, and Automatic control.
pleas were accepted. battery; not more. gain Ensures quality sound
sentenced to 18 DOC consecutive.
Eight petitions were filed in wish to prosecute.
even with multiple instruments on the line.
juvenile court. The state attorney Billy Jean Dean arrested March Roy E. Knight arrested May 27 for
dismissed two juvenile petitions and for sale of controlled sustance; case sexual battery upon a child 11 or
declined the recommendation of dismissed, insufficient evidence as under; victim does not wish to pro-
HRS on seven petitions.The to this defendant. secute.
following cases received final Pairote Spivibul arrested Larry Allen Lebowitz arrested
disposition during the month of July. February 8 for grand theft; defen Sept. 18 for burglary, grand theft;
dant completed pre-trial intervention pled guilty given 30 months proba- r
Charles Jackson arrested Feb. 9 program (PTI). tion; arrested May 27 for VOP; ad "
for grand theft; case dismissed, David Edward James arrested mitted VOP, probation extended to
when defendant sentenced on other June 15 for burglary, grand theft; four years, make restitution to vic- tub '
charges. case transferred to juvenile division. tim, get drug treatment. tYYv \
Jackson arrested Jan. 18 for grand Sworn complaint charging aggravated Tony Lamar Henderson arrested 4 _
theft; defendant sentenced on otherchargp.s. assault with deadly June, 1984 for disorderly Intoxication : .
weapon, battery and carrying a con- resisting arrest with violence;
cealed firearm victim does not wishto
David Luke arrested ; is
Joseph pled guilty to battery, sentenced to ,
March 27 for grand theft, defendant prosecute. five years probaton; arrested May a.i yxt
Daniel Webster Scott
sentenced on other charges 19 for VOP, probation revoked, 8efr ;
April 12 for grand theft auto case
Charles Jackson, Jr. arrested sentenced to 24 months DOC with
January 18 for grand theft; defen- dismissed, improper venue. credit for one year served.
dant sentenced on other charges. Sworn complaint charging grand
Ronnie Joe Moss arrested Nov. 17 iw
theft; insufficient evidence as to this ,
Sworn complaint charging defendant. for possession of cannabis; pled guil- N
lewd/lascivious assualt upon a child ty, placed on three probation,
W. H. Parramore, Jr. arrested years ,
under 16, burglary of conveyance; II
fined $500, pay $150 attorney fee. s
March 11 for issuing three worthless s a Ya
case transferred to misdemeanor Edward Cummings arrested Oc ....+
check to Rawson's; restitution
division. made. tober,1984 for grand theft; pled guil- aaa
Belinda Lisa Sellers arrested July ty, sentenced to five DOC eeNiMNn
Janice Buckmaster arrested Jan
2 for burglary! ; transferred to misde- a ee4

after 36 months to serve probaton for N
meanor division.Sworn 14 for burglary, grand theft; restitu 000Gp
balance of sentence June 4
tion made.W. ; revers- U
thless check complaint: case issuing dismissed wor-, H. Parramore, Jr. arrested ed and remanded for resentencing, O o
i .stitution made. March 11 for issuing two worthless credit for time served, dischargedfrom po checks to Torode Shell restitution further custody or supervision.
Carl William Hinson, Jr., arrested ;
April 9 for issuing worthless: check; made George Tower King arrested phone that remembers 24 numbers for
restitution made. John Rafko arrested Nov. 26 for February 25 for lewd, lascivious A full-service phone with full-scale value.
filed charg- aggravated assault no contestto assault; pled guilty placed on five you.
Two sworn complaints ; pled 1000-foot .* With range-extending antenna.
ing grand theft; dismissed, case aggravated assault, given three years probation. range
Store numbers for
Chris Robinson arested Twenty-four-number
lacks prosecutive merit. years probation. Douglas memory. P I / switch. Now can easilyswitch
u se tone dialing you
Jim Calvin Carroll arrested October Wilie C. Baker charged with Jan. 9 for grand theft; pled guilty, one-button speed dialing. I Includes I space for I three" I .
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from tonedialing to (pulse I
1984 for threat against public possession of controlled substance; placed on five years probation. emergency numbers. Battery back-up protects rotary

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A.G. Horton selected for show Desk/wall convertible. Modern styling looks good last number called.

A. G. Horton has been selected as A long range program at the non flour, an operating sorghum syrup anywhere. Desk/wall convertible, clear and mute buttons, 1

an exhibitor at the 16th Annual profit event is restoring many of the mill and an authentic country storeof Hold button, flash button, pause button, last- volume control, status indicator lights, external f
Powers' Crossroads Country Fair activities that made the plantation the early 20th century. "Twin ringer, and more.
Oaks Junction" the Festival number redial, pulse/tone switchable, ringer
and Art Festival scheduled Labor ,
Day Weekend from Saturday, virtually self-sufficient. These In- children's park, provides a wide volume, A +Al circuitry fully modular plugs and $ 7 995
August 30, through Monday, clude an operating grist mill variety of old fashioned entertain- jacks, and more.
September 1. stoneerinding corn meal and wheat ment under adult supervision.Corbett's .

Named this year as one of the
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Southeast by the judges of the
Southeast Tourism Society the 301 Temple Avenue Starke
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by John Schmidt mediately) climbed to thn top. The district camporees. A district cam- the dogs that pulled the sleds trom
trail is listed as a national historic poree is usually attended by 10 to 15 one competitive event to another
Boy Scouts of Troop 70 completedan trail. It's about 8 miles long/ with the troops totalling 200 to 250 boys. The were the scouts. Troop 70, though
adventure-filled year with a nine- last mile rising a vertical distance of events give individual scouts the opportunity mostly Inexperienced scouts, did
day 1,000 mile round trip to the 825 feet to the top of the rock.All this to meet other boys from very well, bringing home a second
mountains of northeast Georgia, fora hiking and climbing was done after a other troops in the scouting move- place ribbon. pw
week of swimming, mountain week of seemingly non-stop moun- ment and also gives them the oppor-
climbing, sailing and other scouting tain climbing at Rainey Mountain. tunity to test their scouting skills in
activities at the Rainey Mountain There were a few sore feet and leg friendly competition with the other Finally, we attended the cam-
Boy Scout Reservations near muscles by the end of the day. troops. The standard skills of knot- poree sponsored by the Baden-
Clayton,Georgia.For Floridian flat- tying, fire-building, and compass- Powell District, which encompasses
landers the experience was unique, much of northeast Jacksonville.
reading are tested and skills involv-
exciting and exhausting, as there is But, all was forgotten at nightfall ing emergency situations, first aid Troop 70, again, did very well, com-
no flat land in when instead of seeing the football- ing in third in the
this boy scout camp. sized and lifesaving are also involved. A place events, with
o Surrounded on three plus sides by Confederate memorial carvingon scout can never know when his skills 18 patrols contending In May we at-
the face of the
\ mountains,the lake mountain, we saw, tended the
[ camp was form might be needed; he can only try to biggest scouting event of
1. ed by damming off mountain runn- by the miracle of computer be prepared at all times. the year Scout World. Held at the
!, off streams. The individual troop technology and laser lighting, the Naval Air Station in Jacksonvilleeach ,
campsites are scattered on the surrounding Confederate heroes take to galloping year, about 5,000 scouts gather
, mountain sides.Thus,each across the face of the mountain. The first camporee was with the with about 100,000 visitors to see ;;
y round trip from campsite to lake or Flashing lights, super backgroundmusic River Bend District which encom- Navy airplanes in display,and many -
dining hall and back again, made complete with fireworks, passes most of southeast Jackson- booths set up by scout troops of north
about ten times each day, was an with the sound thundering off the ville, including Mandarin. It really Florida, demonstrating scouting
adventure in physical endurance.We solid background granite wall madeit tested our scouting spirit. It rained skills and goals. is .
truly a laser show the scouts will the whole weekend. The following Other weekends -
all earned mountain climb- remember for to were spent swim-
a years
ming, canoeing, and Scouts Head ..
camping by North.
ing patch when we scaled the side of month we attended the camporee ourselves. Twice
the mountain far above the camp- The trip was a suitable ending to a sponsored by the St. Johns River Sampson Lake, the we first camped week at Troop 70 Scouts enjoyed a summer stay at Lake Toogo in Kainey Moun-
sites to a rock outcropping which year of substantial growth for the District,which includes Palatka and ticing canoeing in prac- tain Boy Scout Reservation in Northeast Georgia.
',' from the valley floor appeared to be scouts. Troop 70 aims for a campoutat surrounding areas. Their weekend The following month Sampson Lake. Pictured are (left to right bottom row); JasonI\101'in.l\1attht'w Eunice
,: not much more than a small break in least once every month Last year camping theme was Klondike Derby down Sampson River, from we the headed lake and Andre Lee. Pictured on sides are: Charles (Chip) Creus on Ml and
Four of the Douglas Snyder on the right.
was no exception. mon The scouts built dog sleds
! the covering forest. When we reached heading toward Graham When we Pictured on top are John Shmidt (
thly campouts were spent with other somewhat like the sleds used in the checked Scoutmaster. Shaun Shmiilt and
river out the
the top of the rock and cautiously scouting units three of them at other frozen north. In this case however. first Dirk Shmidt (Asst. Scoutmaster.)
peeked over the edge, we found a Svc 1'agc 7
solid rock wall with a sheer drop of
maybe 300 feet. The lake far below
was a small puddle, the people ants,

the cars little bug:,. While a't camp,
each scout completed at least two Sc
merit badges and partially com t.
pleted as many as four additional,
which must be completed within the
next six months for credit. We are
particularly pleased with Shaun
Schmidt who spent most of the weekon YOUR FOOD
the waterfront earning his B.S.A. DOLLAR GOES FARTHER HERE !
Lifeguard Certification which he

will receive as soon as he completes
C.P.R. training at Vo-Tech. The em- BOILED
phasis in lifeguard training in boy
scouts is in prevention.By maintain
ing a safe swimming environment A
and common sense behavior most
swimming accidents can be HAMBURGER r PORK CHOPS
prevented. Having Shaun along on $
future campouts this coming year 6
should make waterfront activities
j even safer than in the past. ,Ib.

1 i., Two days were taken for the C 93
500-mile trip to Rainey Mountain b : ,
with an in-route overnight stay at SPARERIB
Robbins Air Force Base near
Macon,Ga. R.A.F.B. provides three
WWII style quonset huts for use by TIPS
boy and girl scout troops sponsored Lb.
by the base, of which there are 23.

We slept in the scout huts, and ate in 89 10
the base dining hall, with meals w
costing about $1.25 for a big supper Ib.
and 85 cents for a full breakfast. We
used their physical fitness center for
showers and an evening of basket-
ball on an excellent indoor court. Beef '' Beef All Meat 79 10 lb. Bucket CL90
Finally,we had a complete tour of 9 ,98 1
their Air Force Museum. On display, Tripe . . ..Lb- I :Lively<< ,. .,. Bologna: ;-... .Ib. Chitterlings . *3
were airplanes from small training
models to helicopters to the monster
B-25 bombers. Of particular interest
were the indoor displays of manne-
quins dressed with original and END CUTPork
authentic flying gear worn during Pork Loins Chuck
WWII when the cabins of planes 149
were not controlled for either
temperature or pressure.The scouts Chops .Ib.,
of particularly the flight simulators enjcved;' "flying"on display.some 1/2 or Whole Steak or Roast

Following scout tradition, we took '
to hiking on our return trip, stayingover
at Stone Mountain near Atlanta. Rib Steak '
Stone Mountain is advertised as or .

solid the largest granite outcropping rock anywhere of a in single the 1 7 9 98 ; ] 29
world. Troop 70 hiked the trail Roast..1 'i! > f

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NOTICE OF AUCTION 1 NOTICE I I. hereby given thai on Monday -
NOTICE Is that Man-
h.r.by given on
NOTICE It hereby given that on Mon September 8. 1936. at 10:00 o'clock
day S.pt.mb.r 8 1986 at 10.00 o'clock
A.M., the undersigned, Gator day September 8, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock A.M., the Undersigned, Gator
A.M.. the undersigned lghtways, Inc., will >.11!) at public auction
Inc., will sell at Gator
'i Frlghtwayt public auction
I for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd..Jackson
Frelghtwayt, Inc., will sell at public
for cosh at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jock.on.vIII. auction .
for vlll., Fla., on. lot of roll carpet consign'd
) ., Fla., on. lot of brass headboard cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jackson-
consigned to George Gerhardt, Brandon vIII., Fla., one lot of Ink markers con- to Larry Boyd Cop Coral, Flo., to
and signed to R.J. Enterprises, N.w Port satisfy freight and storage charges,
Fla., to satisfy freight
storage under the. of Section 4b( ) of
KITES KIDS Rlchey to satisfy freight and provision
charges, under the provisions of Section storage
: Uniform Standard 8111 of Lading.
charges under the provisions of Section
G 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. ,
4b GotorFreightways Inc. Carrier01.819962dtd6986
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AND POWER L .01-822874 did 623868282tchg94 Gator Frlghtways 03-807383,dtd.Inc.,5/20/86 Carrier 8/28 2tchg 9/4

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; NOTICE It hrby given that on Mon
day, September 8, 1936 at 10:00: o'clock
\ A.M., the undersigned, Gator
I Be Misled Frlghtway, Inc., will ..ll at public auc
tion for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville -
/ Flo., one lot of methyl alchol con-
F signed to Atlantis Country Club Atlantis
/ Flo., to totltfy freight and storage
By Inexperience
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/ NOTICE It hereby given that on Mon
Working For You day September 8, 1986 at 10:00 o'clock
/" A.M., the undersigned. Gator
Frlghtwayt, Inc.,will sell at public auction
for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville .
Fla., on. lot of chaise lounge and
llr Re-Elect chair consigned to J.flry A. Llbbrt
/ Palm Beach, Flo. to satisfy freight and
J.T. storage charges,o ider the provision of
V,4 Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of
: Lading.
; PARRISH Gator Frelghtwayt, Inc.,Carrier
Pro.03.810812 did 6/5/86

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-.J:(; ,-"" For your child safety,make sure there is / r'
( nothing metallic on the kite,make sure that Board OF AUCTION
? NOTICE I. hereby given that on Mon
::.;'i.l ; ( t( the string for the kite has no wire or metal in it, District 5 day, September 8, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock
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J"... .. and don't let kids fly kites near power lines. ek4r A.M., the undersigned Gator
Frelghtways, Inc., will sell at public auction
Ordinarily lines are quite harmless.But
power \ .
for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville
when a kite gets caught in a power line,it could become electrified. Fla, on* lot of printed matter consigned
Ifell your kids to let go of the string and leave the kite alone. J.T. Parrish cares about our to Elliabeth Warren Lake Worth,
Otherwise Florida to satisfy freight and storage
,the result could be deadly.
charges, under the provisions of Section
Always look up.Whether you're picking fruit or pruning trees, children. He will battle for the bet- 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of Lading.
installing antennas or doing any activity that puts you in possible Gator Frelghtways. Inc.,Carrier
contact with overhead lines. termen of our education systems. Pro.03 808418 dtd 5/23/86
8/28 2tchg 9/4
Don't be a victim of your own carelessness. Pd..01 Asir

NOTICE Is herby given that on Mon
.-- day September 8, 1986, at 10:00: o'clock
NOTICEThe A.M., the undersigned Gator
FLORIDA POWER A LIGHT COMPANY Frelghtways, Inc., will sell at public auction
for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville .
act son
Florida one lot of table and legs
Bradford County Sheriff's Of- consigned to Atlantic Data Furniture,
Tampa Fla., to satisfy freight and
PARTHERSeThe fice is accepting applications for storage charges, under the provisions of
Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill, of
the position of Correctional Officer/ Lading.
Gator Frelghtwayt, Inc.Carrier
word "college"comes from the Latin collegiumfnetnlng colleagueship or partnei. Pro. 14.773684 did 6/10/86
ship, hence a body of colleagues. Jailer beginning August 21 and en- 8/28 2tchg 9/4

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ding September 15, 1986. Apply atSheriff's
NOTICE 1. hereby given that on Monday
: Public Notice Office, Bradford County /, September: 1986,9t 10.00 o'clock
,A.M.., "undersigned, Gator
I Courthouse. Frelghtwayt, Inc.:, will tell at public auction -
I for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville .
Fla., one lot of man hole covers
Notice of Budget Hearing consigned to Culpepper West Palm
E. Reddish Beach to satisfy freight and storage
charges, under the provisions of Section
4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of Lading.
Federal Revenue SharingThe Sheriff Gotor Frelghtwayt, Inc., Carrier
8/28 2tchg 9/4

City of Starke has tentatively adopted a budget for

Fiscal Year 1986. A public hearing to make a FINAL DECISIONon

the budget will be held on September 2, 1986 at Starke City

Hall at 7:30: p.m. The following is a summary of the City of You Asked. ,4r

Starke Budget for the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1987. .

Category Total of Federal RevenueAll

Funds Sharing Funds George Crady

Revenue Responded! !

General Fund '1,324,353Self '

Insurance 46,000

Transportation Trust 231,000

Internal Service Fund 180,523

Federal Revenue Sharing 76,500 Bradford County

Utility System Revenue Fund 5,126,100 Has Requested

Representative Crady's Help on Many OccasionsThe

Total Revenue Including Transfers *6,984,476 76,500
following is only a partial list of his successes.

Expenditures Helped obtain $400,000 for the renovation of the High .

General FundAdministrative School Auditorium.

393,372 Saved Bradford hundreds of thousands of returning State

Fire 184,622 Road 16 back to the state for maintenance.

Police 401,587 Helped obtain *64,000 for repaving and repairs to

Recreation 122,718 Farmers Market.

Sanitation & Trash 222,054 1,324,353Self Helped obtain 10% pay raise, rather than 5% for our

Insurance 46,000 Correctional Officers.
Transportation Trust 231,000 76,500 Passed Prison Impact Bill that gives Bradford County

Internal Service 180,523 additional funds each year.

Federal Revenue Sharing 76,500 .

Utility System Revenue Fund 5.126,100 1

Total Expenditures Including Transfers 6,984,476 76,500The


meeting will be held for the purpose of discussion on the proposed ten- RepresentativeDistrict

tative budget. The proposed tentative budget may be examined on weekdaysat

City Hall between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.: daily. All interested 13 DemocratPd

citizens will have the opportunity to give written and oral comment. Senior .tat AM

Citizens are encouraged to attend and comment.

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Child. Find

starts newmediation


Find of America,Inc.,a nonprofit
organization dedicated solely
to child safety and the task of
locating missing children, announced
a new and innovative mediation
program recently.
The program, entitled A-Way-Out,
will focus attention on the thousandsof
parents who have kidnapped their
children only to discover that in flee-
ing they are lonely, alienated, constantly
living in fear of discovery
and are unable to provide a healthy
lifestyle for their child.
In many cases, warrants for their t
arrest are issued and the parent
becomes trapped amid bureaucracy
and frightened of law enforcement
Believing that a new approachwas
needed to open dialogue bet-
ween parents Child Find will provide
fleeing and searching parents a
way to communicate with each other
under a safe and healthy circumstance THIS WEEK ATAMERICA'S
utilizing specially train-
ed medltors and telephone
Troubled parents can call
1-(800)-A-WAY-OUT( ) 24 hours a day.
The Institute for Mediation and Con-
flict Resolution, Inc., (IMCR) and !
The Advertising Council are
cooperating in this program. !I
While Child Find and the IMCR ,
are prepared for any eventuality,
the program will be pilot tested in
Florida over a 3-month period.
Florida was selected as a testing
ground after research indicated that FAMILY DRUG STORE
abducting parents tend to run to the

"Sunbelt.Florida," as a leading Sunbelt 4.99
state, offers an urban and rural en- 1q57 4R49 3/89C
vinroment with a diverse economy
its well-developed television and '
newspaper markets and its fy N' n I .
manageable geographic spread provide jj r
an excellent testing ground.
"We believe that this new approach -
never before tried on such a
scale, will open up the possibility 0d3LI
that many more children can be I
returned to a normal environment," _
says Louis McCagg, Executive
Director of Child Find. "We can
develop for the parents a channel of I
communication. Anger and frustra- .t : KalacolorlR film -, .
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tion can be dissipated and the end tor
result will be the return of the 0 'irrts 1 8 ll detQ
child," he said.
In inaugurating a confidential
mediation process conducted entire-
ly over the telephone Child Find f
enters into an area,where results are 2
unpredictable. To maintain tight .. DISCS y01AL90EXPOBUpEB
control over the program, a con- ,
tinual evaluation of the 3-month program
is planned. L'Oreal Vlsuelle. Powder Blush or Pressed Colgate Toothpaste winterfresh gel 2-O2.. Kodak VR Disc Film 2-pack. Stock up. We'll Candy Bars. Try Snickers Hershey's
Child Find is one of the oldest, national Powder make-up. Available In fashion or regular 9-oz. Helps promote good dental buy back extra film (with receipt). M & M's and many more at this great
private, non-profit organiza- shades. Reg. 6.75 to 6.95 hygiene. Price reflects label offer. Limit 2 1.00 rebate available. low prices

tions that registers (no fee), sear-
ches for and assists in the location of
missing children; provides public Eckerd Sends America Back to School
education, awareness and a toll free
telephone 1-(800( )-I-AM-LOST.

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antiseptic lotion 16-oz. Deodorant 2.5-oz. Choose culator #SL881E For home Great for campus or headphones. #2090. colors clock #292 With large hands
-'" Cleans deep Into paces. spice fresh scent and more. school or office. Reg. 999 vacations. Reg. 6.49 to choose from Reg 9.99 and numbers Reg 11.99

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My name is Ilarold Waters 2/1.00 5/1.00 1.79 2/1.00 SSC 2.49

and I want to be your new Construction Paper pack of Portfolios with pockets and 1' Accohlde binder with 3 School Supplies. Glue stick liquid Paper correction Bike Lock with barrel combination
County Commissioner 40. Includes an assortment fasteners, pockets only or rings. Heavy duty Elmer's school glue or fluid .6-02. Easy to write over Protect your bike at
of bright colors. report covers. construction. Reg. 2.99 glue-all 4-oz dries quickly. school or play Reg 319
I am committed to the betterment

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I am committed to District

4 having the representationit THE ECKERD _
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am committed to listen- knife sharpener Reg. 11.99 ular styles. Regs to 1.79 Doritos, Chee-tos and Ruffles.

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concerns. I I Good News I Ca lira to 600 plus Planters Peanuts I Tilex mildew remover
I will return County Government razors 5-pack GJktte Iron. 60 tablets 116-oz. honey roasted. ii 16-oz. Removes stains
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District 4 We mmMONEY Sale prices good thru Sat., August 30th. See the Yellow Pages for the I(frnnm

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Section August 21J. 11)86

When citizens speak, Jimmy Crosby listens....
Policy Set For Free and Reduced Lunches TANGY BBQ RIBS' .

a University of Florida,B.S. 1 cup prepared barbecue
For Bradford County SchoolsThe r. sauce'
(; a Understands Managementand 113 cup Drambuie
School Board of Bradford For the school officials to deter eligible for reduced price meals, or Budgets 1 tablespoon butter
County has set its policy for free and mine eligibility, the household must for additional benefits such as free 1 rack spareribs,
reduced price meals for children provide the following information meals for them, if the household Income a An Independent Voice partially cooked
unable to pay full price of meals and listed on the application: (1) the falls at or below the levels for the People
milk served on the National School total monthly income must be listed shown on the income scale. Heat barbecue sauce, Dram
Lunch Programs. A copy of the by the amount received by each Mr Vote September 9 buie and butter in a medium
is file at the office of the
policy on household member receiving Income -
Bradford County School Board and and the type of income it is + :; City Commission Group 3 size saucepan until butter la
may be reviewed by any interested (such as wages, child support, etc.) In certain cases foster childrenare t melted. Brush on ribs the last
party.Children. OR the household's food stamp case also eligible for these benefits.All 30 minutes of cooking time.
from families whose income number if the household is receivingfood information provided by the Jimmy Turn after 15 minutes and
is at or below the levels shown stamps, (2) names of all household is kept confidential and N/aUdr brush sauce on second aide,
, on the income scale are eligible for household members, (3) Social will be used only for purposes of basting occasionally,until done.
i free or reduced price meals and Security numbers of all household determining eligibility and verifying Makes servings.
i milk. Application forms are being members 21 years old or older or the data. Crosby
sent to all homes with a letter to word "none" for any household
parents or guardians. To apply for member who does not have a Social
free or reduced price meals, Security number, and (4)) the
households should fill out the application signature of an adult household
and return it to the school. member certifying that the information -
Additional copies are available at provided is correct.
the principal's office in each school. Households are required to report ,
The information provided on the application increases in household income over .
i will be used for the purposeof $50 per month or $600 per year
determining eligibility and may decreases in household size, or if a t r School Board District 2 Sent
be verified at any time during the household member becomes
I school year by school or other program unemployed. Such changes may
officials. make the children of the household



Effective from July 1,1986 to June 30,1987 \ ell .
These are the income scales used to determine eligibility for free and
a '.
reduced prict meals.
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Free Meal Scale


1 6,968 581 134
2 9,412 785 131
3 11,856 988 228
4 14,300 1,192 275 ,.
5 16,744 1,396 322
6 19,188 1,599 369
7 21,632 1,803 416
8 24,076 2,007 463
For each

additionalmember, add '2,444 '2M '47 Hay DurbanA

Reduced Price Meal ScaleMONTHLY

..i.Adequately Financed; and Managed Educational: System.
1 9,916 827 191
2 13,394 1,117 258 ... Make Sure Our Graduate arc Prepared for College or
3 16,872 1,406 325 The Job Market.
4 20,350 1,696 392 TIME FOR A CHANGE!
5 23,828 1,986 459 ...\\holcsome' Extra>Ciirrit'ulur' Activities Our yo..t"'Pd.
6 27,306 2,276 526 Po" ..., 8. ..,0.,.... L....', 01..1 (Sports,Band,F.F.A.)
7 30,784 2,566 592
8 34,262 2,856 659 '..Support,Respect and Honor for. Our i'xlui'utors.
For each
. add '3,478 '290 '67
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Time for a Strong Voice to Represent Bradford County


e John Josonek was raised and lives in neighboring Baker County. I firmly believe ,; "

that our small counties are not getting a fair share from the state and I am ready ;\

to fight to change this. ,::>-


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e I am not a full-time politician. I '" LISTENS to people. I will have a

am a businessman and former """- MOBILE OFFICE that has
school teacher who believes in / regular weekly hours in BRAD

tough drug laws, back to basics FORD COUNTY. We will also

education and a conservative C. have many town meetings at

approach to government. 4.c i night so that working people

.. voice their
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ing this campaign. We have gone door to door and met so many people because I j

wanted to go the extra mile to show my commitment to serving you. I believe that t .

it's time for some new blood in Tallahassee and I humbly seek your support on ;"

September .. ', ., '

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. \: Commodities improve meals and budget in Bradford Schools I I

BCT By Buster Staff Writer"We're Hahn year Through, Bradford the end County of the schools 85-86 school had ing rule: no ice will be furnished for beans The study determined that, because of increased flexibility i in said "by using the large volume pur-
soft drinks brought from home compared to alternatives, the chasing of the USDA most
very happy with them," served: 461.681 meals, utilizing present food purchasing. They enjoyed com power
Delores commodity program Is preferred plete control over packaging, policy otilcials have felt that
says Morgan, coordinator of $112,000 in Commodities Cash...
commodity products, tor vs.
Food Services for Bradford County cost of 20.39 because it provides significantly delivery times and choice of vendor. depressed agricultural markets
a cents meal
schools, of commodities distributed Inventories per Sometime ago Congress requested more food to the school lunch pro- That caused some reduced storageand could be stabilzied to the benefit of
by the U.S. Department of ference between account for the dif USDA to test two alternatives to the gran, provides foods that are not as handling cost. However the pre farmers. At the same time, bargain
Agriculture. ditures. The receipts and expen commodities program: ((1)) To provide highly processed and, therefore, sent system was deemed to be worth purchases could be made for the
In the 1985-86 school year" Bradford the Florida Auditor program is audited by cash in lieu of merchandise.and tend to have less salt, and provides continuing, since it provides the national lunch program. Now a major
General's office
school received $112,000 In com- as well the USDA.CQst.Exceeds. ((2) to issue letters of credit, greater assistance to farmers. school lunch program with as research effort has proved that this
modities. redeemable in certain type of foods, Schools that tested alternative much as $100 million in greater food common sense approach Is
Commodities are defined by Charge... such as peaches, beef or green programs found them aooealins value than either alternative. working"
Websters New Collegiate Dictionaryas Jown W Bode, assistant secretary Morgan is in agreement with Mr.
The raw food cost for each meal S
(a) a convenience; advantage.b( ) for food consumer services (USDA) Bode.
served in the schools Is $1,2417, with
an economic good, as a product of commodities accounting for
agriculture or mining. According to imately 14 percent approx-
Morgan, the definition is right on Students charges based
are on Southside Elem. boasts
target in providing improved menusto ability to pay, and grade level All
school children at a reasonable student lunches, the only meal serv- I

cost.Regular ed, are subsidized by the Federal
commodities consist a Government, in addition to the com- successful sixth sixweeksSheila
wide variety of agriculture pro- modities program.
ducts, Including, but not limited to, Meals are free to students whose
ground beef, frozen ground pork, families qualify for the program. s
canned beef and pork, fryers, Schools receive federal reim- Honor Roll at Southside Elementary Hampton, Kimberly DeSue,
turkeys roast and whole, beef pat bursements of 135.5 cents each lunch School for the sixth six-weeks Wade Huggins, Chad Mallory,
ties, canned tuna and salmon, cook served, 95.5 cents for reduced price grading period which ended June 6 Elaine Murray, Brent Pellechio.
ing oil and shortening, a variety of and 13 cents each for all student paid are, by grade:
canned vegetables, walnuts, lunches. SECOND GRADE...Jennifer
almonds and peanuts. Bonus com Students qualifying for reduced FIRST GRADE..Kim Hayes( Canaday, Steven Haynes, Jason Lib-
modities consist of dairy products, price lunches pay .40 per meal. Jeremy Scott, Sean Connaughton, by, Jeri Thompson, Nicole Giddens,
butter, dry milk, and cheese, rice, Bradford school serve 53 percent I! Rachel Coleman, Trent Patterson, Noel Norton, Monica Busby, Duke
honey and fig nuggets. free and reduced meals. i, Angie White, Paul Chen, Jennifer Lane, Jennifer Swanson, Brandy
The U.S. Department of Regular lunchtudents, the chargeis 'I I Gleason,Amanda Griffis,Andy Red- Olive, Gregory\ Page, Tabitha Can-
Agriculture acquires commodities based on grade level: elementary ding, Ronnie Shetler, Tara Casey, trell, Chris Crawford, Tammie
through price support and stabliza- students pay 80 cents per meal, middle R Karlyn Bailey, Dewitt Revels. Holley, A.drae Hampton, Sharon
tion programs, and distributes the school students pay 90 cents per Tomlinson, Terry Paul, Brad
products to schools, hospitals, meal, and high school students pay SECOND GRADE..Troy Bishop, Kellie Hannah, Nikki
prisons and other agencies. There is $1 per meal. In each case, the LaMonte, Sean Phillips, Jasen Jackson, Estefanie Pormatilo,
nothing inferior with the product. It Federal Government pays an additional Wilkinson, Brad Barber,Amie Long, Steven Thomas, Scott Thrift, Sam
is always top of the line quality, well 12.5 cents per student meal. Amber Brown, Carl Elder, Chasity Telken.
packaged, refrigerated as required, Faculty and staff members may eat I'Y Evans, Natasha Hudson, Rosella
arid delivered in good condition.The in the cafeteria for $1.75 per meal. Smith, Tim Combs. THIRD GRADE...Dennis

Department of Agriculture Senior citizens may not be aware ,', '. Jackson, Michele Wallace, April
contracts with commercial firms to that the Federal Government requires ".7" ." THIRD GRADE..Teresa Ruis, Timothy Armentrout, Harry
warehouse and deliver merchan the school system to serve ,\:: BUTTER Hulsey, Shannon Safer, Lindsay Hatcher, Dana Warren, Julie Loper.
dise. Bradford County Schools them for aI Walkup, Josh Brewer, KeShawn
$1.75, as often as they wishto I Leroy Hankerson, Heather Smith
receive commodities from Wales Industries eat in the school cafeteria. Thereis ,,"w.' : .'. :/ "HAYf6 BY. Early, Sandi Durden, Julie Poncier. Traci Thomas, Daniel Kelley, Kim
in Lake Wales Florida. '
no provision for other residents to ( Douglass, Crystal Parr, Donald'
The warehouse charges $1.14 per eat in the school cafeteria, however, ." ': ''.r. t jltf wl' II 4 FOURTH GRADE..Brittany Baker, Danyelle Riley, Michelle
case for storage and delivery. An additional school officials encourage parents to r Bula, Bethany Lee, Amy Rankin, Cumming, Betty Gleason, Darin
charge is levied if an item eat in the from time ; HttP,floai4MsJ Ethan Fu ay.
dining room to .; fIR Gay, Shawna Fowler, Tanya Anderson -
remains in stock FIFTH GRAI>
more than 60 days. time, in order to have first hand E..Emily Brad- Corey Goetzman, Monica
Morgan said that she attempts to cycle knowledge of the program. Their ford, Jason Canova, Byron Lee, Holly Nichols, Lamar Wynn, April Mosley,
deliveries every two weeks, in cost is $1.75, also. {R Kiff 5tlD [ Hatcher, Janna Thornton.AB Tama Mattox, Steve Lewis, Tricia
order to preclude paying the storage In the first 75 days of the current tCT Gillis, Molly O'Neal, Keri Packham,
surcharge.- school year, Morgan stated that food ,r WCEKS Honor role students are: Melissa Randolph, Amanda Adamson -

local in order distribution to reduce the need school for service has served 207,046 meals fully ___u.. "CI'HIIDrA4rklT,. .. ass TWI# TWO ,. r0 FIRST GRADE..Synica Jovansha Monroe, Joe Sanford.
by paid by students; 38,426 meals -- -- -- --- ''"
employees, Morgan schedules were served,and paid at the reduced A Little Butter...? Cribbs. Lorenzo Blount }o Felecia FOURTH GRADE..Shelly
deliveries to each school by Wales rate, and 194,161 meals served at no Brown, Shay Sweat, Matt Odom Dampier, Michael Rodriquez, Mary
Industries, when possible. When the charge to the student. Students tendto This case of butter, displayed by Food Service Coordinator DelorcsMorgan. Katrina Yoemans, Jency Gay, Dunne, Stacy Johnson, Ray
school freezer lockers are full, abandon the free lunches as they Is one example of federal government commodities used in the Courtney Davis, Clint Cgoudons, NeeSmith, Amy Triest, Danny
frozen products are delivered to the get older, usually in high school. Bradford school system. This I Is! the butter purl of the governmenthut- Kelley Sellers, Leslie Ruis, Chip Frampton, Liz: Lane, Vanessa
central freezer in the Operations Some bring their lunches, which is ter and guns. Main commodities! the schools! recede are butter, hamburger Rowell, Marquita Griffis, Kelly Prescott, Jim Autry, Joel Eunice,
Center behind the middle and redistributed quite alright, Morgan says, pro- chicken, turkey, and French fries Trimble, Jeremiah Boswell, Jonathan Mallory. Laura Toth,
as needed. Small quantities viding it is nourishing, and not madeup !Mrs. !Morgan has been notified that 10 carloads of beef putties! and Maurice Donley, Jamie Lynn Har- Casey Trimble, Chiisbaely Fowler
are dropped at the warehouse, of candy and snack foods. The ground beef being shipped to Florida alter the summer slaughter caused! rop, Adam Ennis, Alex Cummings, Jason Garver, Kevin hall, Heather
for later distribution by school personnel lunch room has one uncompromis- by the drought. It uon't count against jour allotment, how much do lou Kara Andrews, John Montgomery, Hersey, Heather Norton, Jason
want, 1Irs.Iorgall: was asked.<< She ordered :200( cases and Bradford Justin Weathers, Christy Wooley, Greene, Leslie Folsom, Jesse
students can look forward to lots of liaiiiluirgcrs. Holly Padgett, Christina Thornton, Kersey, Kemin Mueller.
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0 I In selecting a Judge, the most important issues are the t'

\ ability and the experience of the candidates judge Nath 1

.4 Doughtie is a candidate with proven experience, leadership and +Mp,, rh
r. dedication to service. As a County Judge, Nath Doughtie is

.tJF sworn to uphold the Constitution and the Laws of this State

: ii 3ft. : and of the United States. He will continue to do so as a
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(:. EXPERIENCE. Nath Doughtie was elected to the Alachua f
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q... County Court in 1978, and was re-elected in 1982. As a mem-

j ..- t ber of the Florida Bar since 1966, he will bring twenty years
.t of legal experience to the Circuit Bench. Not one to simply
: count the number of years as experience, Judge Doughtie has r
v I A
? demonstrated his firm belief in continuing education and professional J

development. He isa graduate of the National Judicial
"Doll" & Jimmy Norman their representative to the Board of Governors of the Florida

Donna & Harold Jr., Lynne, Alice Faye & Harold Sr Bar where he served two terms. The President of the Bar
HAROLD Harold ., appointed him to leadership positions on many committees
# e including the chairmanship of the Small Claims Rules Commit
w w
WATERS WATERSThe tee which he headed for four years. The County Judges of the
L .' P Eighth Circuit; elected him as a director in the Conference of :

Family Man: The Community Man: sc +y r. County Court Judges in which organisation he has been I

awarded eleven distinguished leadership: awards. In 1983 he
Twenty-three years ago Harold Waters has always b d I was named by the Chief J Justice of the Florida Supreme Court

Harold Waters and his wife been a dedicated community r to the Florida Sentencing Guidelines Commission.
decided that Bradford County He Is PTA President I
man. a past DEDICATION TO SERVICE. No community can flourish

was where they wanted to of Hampton Elemen- without the participation of all its members. Some examplesof I I

raise their children. Harold tary School. Harold Waters Judge Doughtie's service include Past President of Rotary,

Waters has lived on the same has been a member of the Boards of Directors including the YMCA, Community Action I

dirt road In the same house Cattleman's Association for a Agency, Gainesville Community Playhouse, Friends of Five,

for all these years. Harold Is a number of years, past Chair- r Law Center Council, and others.
I'I'A I'y
Christian man and a member man of the Recreation Depart- ,'\ BACKGROUND. Judges, despite the prestige of judicial '

of Hampton Christian Church ment, and a 4-H leader for 11 : 1 office, should not sit in "ivory towers", but must understand
Harold also believes family Is years ? 1a the people of the community they serve. Nath Doughtie has

very important. Haroldand his J i 'J been a public school teacher, engaged in small business, and

wife have been married for 28 Harold for the past eighteen years, been active in a small cattle ranch

years and they have three Sql// ...,. in Levy County. He graduated from Auburn University in i
WATERS 1959 and became an officer in the U.S. Marine Corps where he
children Harold Jr. Lynne
; .
commanded a rifle company. He taught high school for a year, I
and Allyson. Harold's wife, The Working Man: College as well as numerous other judicial training programs. then entered law school at the University of Florida,graduating

Alice Faye, Is a special education Harold Waters Is dependable. He has been an instructor at the Florida New J Judges College, in 1966. After working as legal counsel to the Florida Department -

teacher with Hampton A man you can count on; just The Alabama Judges College, The University of Florida trial of Agriculture, he |joined the Gainesville firm of Environ

Elementary School. as Georgia Pacific has for the advocacy program and the Santa Fe Community College legal mental Science and Engineering as business manager and house

assistants program. counsel. From 1968 Until becoming a judge, he was a partner
last 29 Georgia Pacific
years. LEADERSHIP. Election and appointment to positions of in the law firm then known as Salter, West, Doughtie & Feiber.
allows elected official
any to trust within the legal profession are a good measure of the Judge Doughtie will be 49 years old in August, is married to
take time off when needed. I In West Doughtie and they have two children Beth
HAROLDWATERS esteem with which Nath Doughtie Is held by his associates. Courtney ,
When elected HAROLD 1975 he was elected by the! lawyers of the Eighth Circuit as 19, and Rob, 14.
WATERS will be available to


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CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE; NO PROPERTYTO to Section. 3.01b( ) of the Trust Indenture IN RE: ESTATE OF

Legal Notices : DONALD C. DUNCAN April 1, 1980, $155,000 aggregate principal JAMES F. STROBLE
511, Stockton Street amount of Bonds are called for Deceased

Jacksonville FL 32201 redemption from the Special Redemp NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe
.. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for tion Account on October 1, 1986 at \\00% .
administration of the of
a tax deed to be Issued thereon. The certificate estate
has been filed of the amount.
dissolution of principal
r numbers and nf issuance, JAMES F. STROBLE deceased File
I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR years NOTICE OF INTENTION: against you and you are required to 8.5. Due April I, 1993. Bond#154
Number 86-57-CP 1-3746. Is pending In
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA the desrriptiun of the property, and the TO REGISTER serve a copy of your written defenses, If 8.5% Due April 1,1994. Bond!186
the Circuit Court for Bradford
| PROBATE DIVISIONFile names In which it was assessed are as FICTITIOUS NAME any to It on Eugene F. Shaw. Wife's at. 8.5'10 Due April 1, 1995 Bond 1220 Florida Probate Division the address of
Number 1.3755 follows:: Pursuant to Section 865.09. F'trlda' whose address Is 925.E North 8.6% Due April 1. 1996. Bond 1236

Division 66.69.CP Certificate No.,... 114. Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Tempe Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091, 8.7% Due April 1, 1997 Bond 1278 which Is Bradford County Courthouse
Yen of Issuance 19H3 Starke, Florida 32091. The names and
IN RE: ESTATE OF undersigned Hilda D Johnson Suspn L. on or before September 26. 1986 and file 8.8% Due April 1, 1998 Bond 1326
i JAMES DAWSON YEAGER Description of Property....13322 Lot 1 of Sheets, Patricia R. Johnson Rt. 3, Box the original with the clerk of this court 8.9% Due April 1, 1999- Bond 1356 addresses of the personal representatl'e ;4
I Deceased Blk 15 In L.T. S COS. S/D. Sec:28.Twp.6 : 322 Keystone Heights, joint do. service Wiles and the personal representative's
owners either be'ore on attorneyor
9.125% Due April 1. 2004. forth below
attorney are set
: S.R-22.Name
business under
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Ing the firm name of Immediately thereafter; otherwise a
493. 527, 556, 569, All Interested required to
The.. administration of the. estate of In which assessed..Clarence AAA Bail Bonding Agency 1755 N. Temple default will be entered against you for persons are
585. 596, 645, 661 file with this court WITHIN THREE MON.
I JAMES DAWSON MEAGER deceased WilliamsAll Ave., Starke, Intends to register said the relief demanded In the peltlon.
File Number 1-3755, Is pending In the. of said property being In the County fictitious name under the aforesaid DATED on this 26 day of August 1986. 10.5% Due April 1 2011 THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
| Circuit Court for BRADFORD County. of Bradford State of Florida. statute GILBERT S. BROWNAs 714, 768. 805, 814, NOTICE: ((1)) oil claims against the estate

Florida, Probate Division the. address of Unless such certificate or certificatesshall Doted this 12th day of August A.D. Clerk of the Court 868, 915, 971,1028, and ((2)) any objection by on Interested
I which is Bradford County Courthouse, be redeemed according to law the. 1986 In Bradford County BY: Beulah MoodyAs 1080,1145,1199,1254. person to whom notice was mailed that"

I Probate Division Storke. Florida 32091. property described In such certificate or 8/144tchg9/4. Deputy CI.rk8284tch9911 1306, 1348: 1389, 1446. challenges the validity of the will the.
certificates will be sold to the highest qualifications of the personal representative
of the .
The and addresses
names personal --- Bonds selected
--------- for redemption should.. be
bidder at the court house door on the venue, or (jurisdiction of the
representative and the personal IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH submitted for payment to 1st Florida court.

I representative attorney are set forth 17th day of September, 1986. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Bank P.O. Box 11311, St. Petersburg ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT

below. Dated this 29th day of July, 1986. BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH Florida 33733 (the Paying Agent) with all SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
i Interested persons are required to GILBERT S. BROWN CLERK CASE NQ.: 86.332 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR unmatured coupons attached. Intereston
Publication of this NOTICE has
file, with this court WITHIN THREE MON. Signature: BY: Beulah Moody MARGERY HOUSER COLLEY BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. the Bonds selected for redemptionwill

I THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Clerk of Circuit Court of Plaintiff CASE NO.:.86.21.CA cease to accrue from October 1. Thursday. August 28. 1986.

1{I NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate Bradford County Florida vs. R. V. DURRANCE 1986. Personal CONNIE Representative STROBLE:

and ((2)) any objection by an Interested S/144tchg9/4 J. F. KICKLITER, et. ol.. Plaintiffvs. BRADFORD COUNTY HOUSING
served .. . .. .. Defendants 254. Westmoreland Lot 2
whom this AUTHORITY
>: person on notice was -- --- -- -- FINANCE
Starke Florida
that challenges the validity of the will NOTICE OF ACTION TO QUIET TITLE ROSA LEE MITCHELL CLYDE HOGAN BY: Florida National Bonk 32091Attorn.y

the qualifications, of the personal Notice of ApplicationFor TO REAL PROPERTYTO AND WILLIAM J. HOGAN JR. Trustee for Personal Representative:

representative, venue, or jurisdiction of Tax Deed : The known and unknown heirs of Defendants September 1. 1986 TERRY N. SILVERMAN, Esquire
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that RT. 605 Northeast First Street Suite G
\ the court. : LEONARD W. KICKLITER (sometimes NOTICE OF ACTION; 8/281tchg
Dampier the holder of the following certificates "KICKLIGHTER" and Gainesville, Florida 32601
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. has filed sold certificates, for a KICKLITER his wife, both deceased; and : CLYDE HOGAN Telephone" : ((904)) 377.0770

Publication of this Notice has begunon tax deed to be Issued thereon.. The certificate all of the known and unknown heirs of 921 Moron IN THE CIRCUIT'COURT OF FLORIDA, 8/28 2tchg 9/4

numbers and years of issuance, the all believed be -.---. -.------ .--'---'-'-'--
following ,
August 14, 1986. persons Toledo Ohio 43607. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
Personal Representative: the description of the property and the deceased IN AND FOR NOTICOF RIGHT


6 East Park AvenueSt. follows:: THOMAS, widow. MARIAN KICKLITER. CASE NO.: 86.169 Farmers Home AdministrationFmHA

Augustine, FL 32084. Certificate No....135 widow DOROTHY CLAIRE KICKLITER WILLIAM J. HOGAN JR. FORTUNE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND ( ) Is accepting nominations for

Attorney for Personal Representative: Year of l..uanc..19B3 single, HAZEL KICKLITER and HUSBAND 3509 Whltegate Drive LOAN ASSOCIATION formerly County Committee elections for Alachua

Eugene F. Shaw Description of Property..14308 Com at MRS. BARBARA E. CONWAY widow Toledo Ohio 43607 GUARANTY FEDERAL SAVINGS and Bradford '"ountyles( ). This notice I.I..u.d Is
NE Cor of NW 1/4 of SE 1/4 S Run W
MRS. CARRIE SUDDATH and husband of the
925-E North Temple Avenue AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF to Inform eligible voters
Starke, FL 32091 210FT for a P.B Then Run S 105FT. W CARL SUDDATH MRS. ALLIE STRANGEand YOU ARE NOTIFIED that on action for GAINESVILLE right to nominate candidates by petition.

Telephone: ((904)) 964.5200 210FT N 105FT E 210F-T to POB Sec 32 husband T.E. STRANGE, MRS. FAN. partition of the following property. In Plaintiff Copies of the petition and instructionson

8/1" 3tchg 8/28 TWP 6 S, R-22 NIE CUNNINGHAM and husband JAMESA. Bradford County Florida: its completion can be obtained from

Name in which assessed..Flora CUNNINGHAM G.W. THOMAS. JR. Thirteen ((13)) acres, more or less In vs.DEBRA ANN BANISTER LANA your local FmHA office
----- ------ -
Mulberry Estate and wife, E. AUDRLY THOMAS PAULINE the West part of the NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of HALBROOK Persons nominated should be currently
All of said property being in the County THOMAS EDENFIELD and husband G. L.
BRADFORD COUNTY Section 27 Township 6 South Range 22 as Personal Representative of the. engaged in the operation of a farm,
of Bradford, State of Florida. EDENFIELD sole heirs of MRS. GATHA
CASE NO. 84-310-SP as East, bounded on the North by land of Estate of John Joseph Banister have their. principal farming operation
Unless such certificate or certificates THOMAS S.C. KICKLITER and wife
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK. John Pullen on the Eart by land of Conway deceased AMANDA JEAN BANISTER a within the County or area in which activities -
shall. be redeemed, according to law theproperty ETHEL MAE KICKLITER and all
Plaintiffvs. persons on the West by land of Powell- minor and JOHN CEREE BANISTER a of the County or area Committeeare
described in such certificate or claiming by through under or againstthem
carried derive the
Smith Company and on the South by minor out principal port
certificates will be sold to the iilghest their heirs, trustees,
PAUL L. JENKINS, successors State Road No. 48. (now stole Road 16)). Defendants. of their Income from farming (that Is,
bidder at the court house door on the who claim
grantees or assigns or may has been filed against and are NOTICE OF SALE BY CLERK more than 50 percent of their gross Income
Defendant, you you
17th day of September, 1986. claim an Interest in the described parcel
of written NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to must come from agricultural pro.
to pursuant
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE required serve a copy your
Dated this 29th day o' July 1986. of land.
defenses, if to It on Eugene F. the Final Judgment entered in this case, duction), be a citizen of the United
Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford Shaw Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address dated August 19. 1986, that" I will sell to States or an alien lawfully admitted to
County Signature: BY: Beulah M. Moody TO QUIET TITLE TO THE FOLLOW.
Is 925.E North Temple Avenue, the highest and best bidder for cash In the United States for permanent
Florida, under and by virtue of a Writ of Clerk of Circuit Court of ING LAND IN STARKE, BRADFORD
Execution heretofore issued out of the Bradford Florida8144tchg94 Starke, Florida 32091 on or before the First Floor Lobby of the Bradford residence, not have an FmHA Insured or
above-entitled court In the obove-styled AGAINST YOU September 29, 1986 and file the original County Courthouse In Starke, Florida at guaranteed loan and be well qualified
cause, have levied the : with the clerk of this court either before 11:00 a.m. on the 10th day of September for committee work. Nominations must
upon following East Half (El/2)) of Northwest Quarter
------- ----- be received the local FmHA office
service on Plaintiff's attorney or Immediately 1986 the. following described propertyas at no
property, situate, lying and being In
(NW1/4)) Southeast Quarter (SE1/4))
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT later than" 5 1986. FmHA committee .
Final Sept ,
Bradford : thereafter; otherwise a set forth In the Judgment, to
County to wit
: Northeast Quarter (NE1/4)1 .) of Section 28.Township .
1 Lot 208.75 feet lying in the EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, default will be entered against you for wit: elections are open to all eligible
square 6 South Range 22 East
SW corner of NW 1/4 of SW 1/4., Section IN AND FOR a strip 105 feet wide off North end.except the relief demanded In the complaint or Lot 31 of DEERWOOD. as per plat voters without regard to race color
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA recorded 34. of the religion national origin, political
18, Township 6, South Range 22 East YOU ARE REQUIRED TO FILE YOUR petition. In Plat Book 3, Page age
Public Records of Bradford CASE NO.: 86187.CA DATED on this 26 day of August 1986. public records of Bradford County, affiliation marital status, sex, and/or
: Marriage GILBERT S. BROWNAs Florida. handicap.
as the property of the.. above-named BEN WELDON HIGHTOWER IV. also Clerk of the. Court DATED this" 19th day of August 1986. 8/281tchg
Husband September 18, 1986. You must serve Linda L. PearceAs GILBERT S. BROWN Clerk . ,. .. .
Defendant and that the 15th of By: --- -- ---- -
on day a copy of them upon the attorney for
September 1986, Monday at 2.00 p.m. andDEBRA petitioner whose name" and address Is Deputy Clerk BY: Linda L. Pearce
I on the premises of the Bradford County Wife., MARIE HIGHTOWER listed below.IF 8/28 2tchg" 9/4 Deputy Clerk

Sheriffs Office. I will offer for sale and YOU FAIL TO DO SO a Default 8/28 2tchg 9/4
highest bidder for cash. In Judgment may be entered against you --- - - -
hand the above-described property as RESIDENCE: DEBRA MARIE UNKNOWNYOU HIGHTOWER granting the. relief sought in the petition Housing Finance Authority IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR VOTE NICHOLS

the property of the said Defendant to WITNESS my hand and the Seal of the of Bradford County Florida BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
satisfy said Execution ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on ac Court on this 12 day of August! 1986. Single Family Mortgage Revenue Bonds PROBATE DIVISIONFile
tion for dissolution of
DOLPH E. REDDISH SHERIFF marriage has been Gilbert Brown. Clerk'' Series 1980 Number 86.57-CP ((1-3746). )
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDABY filed against you and you are required to By: Beulah MoodyDeputy NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Pursuant Division Probate
serve a copy of your written defenses If
: Dolph E. Reddish. ClerkR.
to It. on the Petitioner's/Husbans's
I 8/21 4tchg9/ll. any A. Green. Jr.. Esquire
attorney whose name and address is:: GREEN & HOBBS P. A.
--- --
P. O. Drawer 938
I I NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Green & Hobbs, P.A. 215 W. Washington St.

REGISTER P.O. Drawer 938 Starke, Fl 32091 Vote to Re-Elect .
I Starke, Florida 32091
NAME 904/9645700
and file. the original with the Clerk of the
I Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida ATTORNEY: FUR PLAINTIFF'
Statutes, notice is .hereby. given that the obove-styled Court on or before 8/144tchg9/4'

undersigned Terry C. Minx, Lot 27 Deer- September 10 1986; otherwise a judgment .
foot Trail Lake Sampson, Florida sole may be entered against you for the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH

owner doing business under the. firm relief demanded In the Petition. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR

name of Western Auto, 312 W. Call St., WITNESS my hand and the seal of said BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA

Starke. Florida. 32091. Intends to Court on this 5 day of August, 1986. CASE NO.: 86-357-CA

register said fictitious name under the GILBERT S. BROWN CLERKBY IN RE: The Marriage of
aforesaid statute. : Martha" S. Johns DONALD C. DUNCAN JUDYBECKER

Doted this" 15 day of August, A.D. DEPUTY CLERK Husband
I 1986 In Bradford County. 8/7 4tchg 8/28 and 1

I 8/21 4tchg 9/11 -'-" ------- ------ Wife. .

I -- -- --------- NOTICE OF ArT.. ..-..'.".. _


I Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that" the. AND NOTICE OF INTENT TO
undersigned Frederick W. Sackett StarRt. REQUEST RELEASE OF FUNDS

Box 54, Hampton. Fla., 32044, doing DATE: August 28 1986
business under the firm name of United RECIPIENT: City of Lawtey. Florida

Realty of Starke, 1640 B. S. Walnut ADDRESS: P.O. Drawer "G", Lowtey Florida 32058 DISTRICT 2

Starke, Fla., Intends to register said fictitious CONTACT: Alphonso Anderson City Clerk ((904)) 782.3454
name under the aforesaid To Interested Agencies, Groups and Persons::
statute. The purpose of this notice Is to Identify two ((2)) separate, but related actions to

Dated this. 12 day of August. A.D. In be taken by the City of Lawtey Florida.On .

Bradford County. or about September 24, 1986 the above-named recipient will request that .

8/14 4tchg 9/4 the. Department of Community Affairs (DAC) release Small Cities Program Funds

for the following project:
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO East Lake Street Target Area

FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME Demolition/Relocation Lawtey Bradford 8 Rehabilitation Florida Committed to Quality EducationIs

Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida $500,000.00

Statutes, notice Is .hereby. given that" the 1. FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACTIt Active in Our Schools and in Our Community -.

undersigned, Kervie H. Combass and has been determined that such Request for Release of Funds will not constitute .

Irene H. Combass. Rt. 3, Box 1115 an action significantly affecting the quality of the human environment and Works Hard for Your Children
Starke, Fla., sole owners doing
accordingly the above-named recipient has decided not to prepare an Environmental .
business under the firm name of The ) Impact Statement under the National Environmental Policy Act of
Children's Farm. S.E. 35th Street Starke, 1969 (P.I. 91.190)). Sees that Your Tax Dollars Are Well Spent

Florida. Intends to register said fictitious The reasons for the decision to not prepare an Environmental Impact Statementare
name under the aforesaid statute. follows
as ::
Dated this 4th of A.D..
day August
harmful the
1. Project Is not to environment
1986 In Bradford County. 2. Project calls for no Involuntary relocation. EXPERIENCEDHas
8/7 8/28
4tpd 3. Project calls for no forced acquisition of land.

4. Project Is not In a floodplain. Served 4 Years the School Board
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH An Environmental Review Record (ERR) which documents the Environmental on

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Review of the project has been made by the recipient. This ERR Is on file at the

BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. above address and Is available for public examination and copying upon request.No Has Seen a Classroom Teacher 10 Years

CASE NO.: 86.322 further environmental review of such project Is proposed to be conducted

IN CAROLYN RE: The Marriage LYNN McLENDON of prior to the request for 2.Release PUBLIC of COMMENTS Small Cities ON funds FINDING Has a Master's Degree in Education from UF

Wife, Interested agencies, groups and persons disagreeing with this decision are
and Invited to submit written comments for consideration by the recipient to Alphonso

R.E McLENDON Anderson City Clerk P.O. Drawer "G". Lawtey. Florida ((904)) 7823454.. Comments
Husband. should specify which notice (Finding of No Significant Impact or Intent To STAYS INFORMED

NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTYTO Request Release of Funds) Is being addressed. Such written comments must be ,

: R.E. McLENDON received on or before September 17, 1986. All such comments received will) be Researches Issues Before
j RESIDENCE UNKNOWNYOU considered and the recipient will not request the release of funds or take any administrative Acting
NOTIFIED that an action
ARE action on the above-named project prior to the date specified In the
for Dissolution of Marriage has precedii g sentence. Understands Employee Concerns
and are required
been filed against you you

to serve a copy of your written 3. RELEASE OF FUNDS A Is Open Minded Accessible and
If If, on thePetitioner'sWife's
defenses to
whosename The City of lawtey Florida will undertake the project described above with
attorney Small Cities/Community Development Block Grant funds from DCA. This notice
and address Is:: also certifies that Robert Scott serving In the capacity of Mayor consents to accept

Green R.A.&Green Hobbs,J'P.A.. the jurisdiction of the Federal Courts If an action Is brought to enforce JUDY BECKER CARES !
responsibilities In relation to environmental reviews, decision-making ac.
P.O. Drawer 938 tion; and that" these responsibilities have been satisfied. The legal effect of the

and file the Starke.original Florida with the 32091 Clerk of the certification Is that upon Its approval the above-named recipient may use Small I have been to your home to listen to your concerns and ask for I
Cities Program funds and DCA will have satisfied its responsibilities under the

September above'styled 24, 1986 Court; otherwise on or a before judgment Notional Environmental 4. OBJECTIONS Policy Act of TO 1969.RELEASE OF FUNDS your support. Let me continue to work WITH YOU to Improve our |

may be entered against you for therelief DCA will accept an objection to its approval only if it Is on one of the following schools.
demanded In the Petition.
said bases:: a) that the certification was not In fact executed by the Chief Elected Of-
hand and the seal of
WITNESS my fleer; or b) that the recipient's Environmental Review Record for the project indicates .

Court on this 6th GILBERT day of S.August BROWN 1986.CLERKBY omission of a required decision finding or step applicable to the programIn VOTE SEPTEMBER 2

the Environmental Review process. Objections may be addressed to Florida
Linda L. PearceDeputy
: Clerk Department of Community Affairs Bureau of Community Assistance, 2571 Executive .

9/" Center Circle, East Tallahassee, Florida 32301.
8/1" "tchg Objections to the release of funds on bases other than those stated above will

. .-. -- not be considered by DCA. No objection received after October 12, 1986 will be JUDY BECKER

Notice of ApplicationFor considered. to KEEP

Tax Deed Robert Scott Mayor
NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN: thpt R.C. P.O. Drawer "G" IeII Pol .a. I

Daitipiers the holder of the following Lowtey Florida 32058 ..
certificates, has filed sold certificates, for 8/28 Itehg


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I Boy Scout Adventure .

From Page I week at summer camp. In par new scouting year,the troop is look- community leaders makes it vastly
weekend it was a quiet wandering ticular, the First Aid Merit Badge ing forward to future events already easier to provide the type programsour
little creek.When we actually head course taught by Mr. Hardenbrookwas planned. Very newsworthy to any youth need and deserve.
ed down it the following month, we superb. Both Lee and Dirk are former scout of Troop 70, the scout
had had some rain a lot of rain. Eagle Scouts which they earned as hut Is in the process of being air con- Our planned campout for RE-ELECT'
The first weekend, logs laying young men in Troop 70.We also had ditioned. Thanks to the Rotarians, September will involve canoeing and
across the river were many feet assistance from Neil Brooks, assistant we now have a large air conditioningunit swimming at Salt Springs in the
overhead.The second weekend they bandmaster in Lake Butler, soon to be installed by Don Ocala National Forest. In October,
were at canoe level. The first who taught the Environmental Skill Thompson, another Eagle Scout we're planning to join the St.Johns '
weekend the water meandered; the Award. Neil is a Life Scout. As a from Troop 70. Thanks to Richard River District for their Fall Cam- ?tl; a City Commissioner
second It almost flew.It was a trip to direct result of accomplishmentsduring Torode, another former scout from poree. Rumor has it that the cam- Group 5
be remembered. this campout all the scouts poree will be held on an island in the
Special thanks need to go to Dr. were able to go to summer camp and Troop 70,we will have new electrical middle of the St. Johns River, with Experienced Qualified
Robert Mullins, not only for his work on more advanced merit service to the hut and new wiring transportation to and from the ar Dependable Family Man
strong support with the Rotarians badges. within for the new unit being installed. island by military amphibious
that sponsor Troop 70, but also for This fall, with the beginning of a .The support and help from these vehicles.
allowing us to camp on his ranch j YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED
property which is located so conve- PD POL AOV
niently close to Starke.The weekend 1-
before the Shriner's Parade last spring MIDNIGHT VIDEO --
,we made use of his property for
Saturday the weekend preparing spending our float much for the of has moved next to the New Winn Dixie site LET'S GET OUT AND VOTE!
Shriner's Parade. It consisted of a
platform suspended between two 404 W. MADISON STREET fJ
towers. The troop rode on this plat rozP'
form suspended nine or ten feet
above street level throughout the 964-5740
parade. The platform and towers
nothing consisted else.of poles and rope and )OPEN LABOR DAY I!

The remaining campout was also Movie & Membership Specials:
at Dr. Mullins', for a five-day
weekend.The campout was devotedto Members Non-Members
earning skill awards and the first .
aid merit badge required for ad- RENT TWO RENT TWO RALLIES
vancement. Through the excellent
planning and teaching by assistant MOVIES MOVIESfor

Dirk scoutmasters Schmidt,,Lee and Hardenbrook very hard work and 3.00 for '4.00 LAWTEY VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT.
by the scouts, as much was accomplished OPEN Fri. ft Sat.III Midnight- Sun. 110 1- Mon.Noon to I PM
is normal at a full
Friday, Aug. 29 5:30: P.M.

Free Barbecue Chicken Everyone Welcome

EXPERIENCE Speaking 7:00: P.M. All Candidates Come!

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{ Saturday, Aug. 30 Starting 5:30: P.M.


"During your legislative service in the House,
Speaking 7:30: All Candidates Welcome 5 Min. Ea.
you have proven to be an articulate spokesman
for the problems and needs of small counties." STATE AND DISTRICT CANDIDATES FIRST -
James Harold Thompson "+ Jx
Speaker of The House ... ..........................................

"House Members are also becoming aware that
Crady has developed into an expert on legislative Rallies Sponsored by Volunteer Fire Departmentsand
rules..Pick 10 outstanding legislators and Bradford County Democratic Executive Committee
chances are that all are skilled in the rules.?
Hank Drane
Florida Times-Union

{ "He hdS become highly skilled(on the rules),as 'l ..,
\ good mired as some of the Old'Masters T have"ad- ELECT (

Allen Morris
Clerk- Florida House of Representative

"He knows the rules better than anybody in the ?
House, including me"
James Harold Thompson CHASTAIN
Speaker of The House of Representatives

"This is the time of year in the closing days of \
the session,when a knowledge of the rules can
be a great equalizer. "
There are few in the House or Senate who School Board :
excel Crady on that score."
Randolph Pendleton i" 1iT
Florida Times-Union District 5 \

Re-Elect : 1\


State Democrat
District 13 ,
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During my campaign I have met hundreds of

voters so you would know that I stand for quality

Vote For CountyW.R.Bill education for our children by working in coopera-

( ) ALDERMAN Commissioner tion with parents and the entire educational com-
Democrat District 4
munity. Now it's time for you to select the can-

didate you feel will best serve our school systemfor

the next four years. Make the right choice.

Cabable of f Member Mark your ballot for.... I

Providing the '.$ Bradford CountyRepresentation

and Needed Leadership for ,' of Fair Directors Board [X] CHASTAINOPPONENT

District 4 Exercise Your

Right to Vote CD OPPONENT

Your Vote and on September 2 '


AppreciatedThe Your Vote'Will Be Appreciated ':

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candidate with the Knowledge and Under- -N'y"-

standing of Bradford County .to Represent District 4
and All of Bradford County. Educated Dedicated Ready to Serve
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1''Ltf'H(<< ( Section August 28.1986

I Professional Counselor to Open Office

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I In Starke Area Hou..10.1I:30M-. .
IPtel.toulh Jo A nn S
301 Plaza
Professional counseling will be part time basis, in which he worked assistance in emotional problems, i ((80')9641947Starke :
A Shop
I available in Starke for area with students to improve concentration and performs other social work as Speciality Gift m'
residents, beginning September 1, assisted clients in quitting required to maintain morale and ;
with the opening of an office in the smoking and other habits, counseled reduce anxiety among the residents.
Terence Brown building on North alcoholics and other drug Wise, 30, was born in Baltimore, "I'm A Sucker for Gatorsl" .
i I II Temple Avenue. habituates, and reduced physical Md., the son of Joseph and June Gator Suckers available at Jo Ann's r
Mark David Wise, a senior pain and suffering. Wise. He graduated from Brighton
I therapist in a Gainesville facility, in Gainesville, Wise high school, Rochester, N.Y., in Show your spirit take one to the games $3.00 each
I Metamorphosis Center, has 7 years has provide counseling for the 1974, and entered the University of Tornadoe Suckers Also
I II experience in counseling individualsand University of Florida baseball teamin Florida. In 1978 he graduated magna I Let us pack a "Goodie" basket to take to the game,
groups for handling problems, the field of sports psychology,and cum laude, with a BA degree in
I from substance abuse to weight con- has worked with the football team. psychology. He received a master's for your Tailgate!; Party!
I trol. Referrals for counseling by He may increase his participation in degree in social work from Florida ... ............. .
,l Wise are made by police officers, working with the athletic depart- State University in 1985.
medical doctors, attorneys and ment of the university. Mark and Patricia Pietsch were
others who come into contact with Last February, Wise began work- married seven years ago,and have a
1 9 9I 9I troubled people. ing with the residents of WhisperingPines two year old daughter, Shauna
I II While working as a volunteer in Care Center two days each Marissa. They live In Gainesville, We Are Pleasedto N
the Veterans Administration week, providing counseling servicesto but plan to move into the Starke area
Hospital in Gainesville, Wise rained both residents and family sometime in the future. Patricia
I experience in medical hypnosis, members. Each Thursday, a group Wise is a merchandising represen- Announce
dealing in stress reduction for anxiety meeting is held, in which a wide titive for Warner-Lambert, calling
I r pain control and weight loss. He range of subjects may be discussed.In on retailers in three north Florida
I I has been in private practice on a this setting, Wise providesA counties. William Rocqfort, M.D.

I i Briefs Internal Medicinewill
\ Displaced HomemakerClass

Pre-Retirement: Surplus Sale... catfish and hushpuppy dinner Begins Sept. 8 be in practiceat

Learn Mail... will be served for $2.50 at 6 p.m. Register Before Sept. 5
By A School Board
i I surplus propertysale Speaking begins at 6:30: p.m. All
Retirement years can be a great goes on every Wednesday from candidates are invited. The Displaced Homemaker Program
1-3 p.m. at the Operation Center off
of life. It afford the
phase oppor-
: Focus on the Future at Santa
: do all of those Orange Street behind Bradford Friday, Aug. 29: Lawtey
tunity to things you Avenue
never had time to do while work- Middle School. Volunteer Fire Dept., Free chicken Fe Community College has a new 486 N. Temple
The items, including materials, barbecue, 5:30 p.m. Speaking, 7:30.: class beginning on Monday,
ing.Planning for retirement, equipment, and furniture, are pre- Everyone welcome. All candidates'; September 8. Suite C (Across from BHS)
however, is a major consideration.It priced. For more information, invited to speak.

can make the difference between phone 9648780. Saturday, Aug. 30: Theressa The class and other program services Starke Florida
I enjoying those leisure years or Volunteer Fire Dept.. Fish Fry, 5:30 are free of charge, however, ,
struggling through them. Political Rallies... p.m. Adults $3, Children, $2. Speaking pre-registration is required.
I It Is never too early to begin Tonight (Thursday, at 7:30.: All candidates, five Registration will be accepted now 964-8000
I planning, especially if you are looking ly is being sponsored in Hampton minutes each. State and District through Friday, Sei tember 5.
at retirement in five or 10 by the Volunteer Fire Department. Candidates first.
years. The Extension Service is offering -
a six part LearnByMailseries
I to assist you in preparing for

.1'1 conenience.,,! I retirement.If interested Information, contact the will Exten-be SERVlitTAR

sion Office, phone 964-6280, Ext. :

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'It Vocational Workshop Savings

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'" : Classes a 1

i Available

: : P iVormofrt
c. Introduction to Computers ORTHLKHornet T American
Bradford-Union Area Vocational

:: -v.Stifel. Technical basic course"Introduction Center will be offering to Com a :;'.ORTHD ') & Wasp 7/ 18Tooth"I =.

puters," beginning September 9, ,
under the Community Education Q
i Program.This ; Hornet & '. :' Killer Carbide Blade -
course places emphasis on WaspKillir .
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/ f
"hands on" experience, and is
available to all adults for a fee of$17. Si Has reach of 20'above grtfand/Controls yellow l Genuine tungsten carbide teeth.So economical
High school students seeking a 1/2 jackets,ants and,many ojtier insects. 15 oz.#-IOSM I i It's cheaper replace than resharpen.#26890 a
credit course may enroll at no Nr

Flower Two courses Arranging.in flower.,arrangingwill $ 89 i

be offered by the Vo-Tech i $ :
Center,available to adults. The cost I 2'50073VYRGnER 3
of the two courses is $15 each. '
Flower Arranging I begins Sept. 4
9, 1986. #50064 V
Flower arranging II begins
Sept. 11.1986.CPR .

and Flirt Aid... ,f er. '
Cardio Pulmonary ResuscitationCPR Handi-Duty Airless Red DINII SPECIAL $4750 c '

( ), the art of restoring heart- Spray Gun Lifetime PRICE i /A
." m
beat to a comatose patient, will be
taught in combination with a First ':s ;> Ideal:or shutters louver doors and wicker furniture. No Caulk Less mfr mail-In
55 Aid Course, beginning Sept. 9, and I brush marks,covers evenly. Sprays most liquids Includ- rebate $1.50
18. ing fertilizer and insecticides. Lifetime mfr.warranty ( tagelnsicrackingpeellnA
ending Sept.
Classes will be held Tuesday and y Cottafterm/r. +
e $ 99 or separating as long as
Thursday nights, from 7 p.m. to 10 ,54 you own your home, Clear rebate 'RE'E '
SPECIAL PRICE #50005enova or white.10.3 OZ. 0866,56 Nsoo7+s +
p.m.Classes will be held at the Vo-Tech
Center, and will be free to everyone. U


FliP Predicts a- CPVC' Tubing: Rust PRICE ;
29 Labor Day DeathsThe Reformer Less mfr. mail-In
,a For hot or cold water Corrosion resistant vinyl.Copper rebate 509:
pipe sizes. 50005,7 Neutralizes rust and
Florida Highway Patrol has Costaftermfr. .>
predicted that 29 lives will be lost in I_ Y x 10' $ sh"x10r $/ ,A Eliminatesneedtosend rebate
traffic accidents over the 78 hour SPECIALPRICE SPECIALPRICE sV metal.One-step no mess, $149 r.
Labor Day holiday beginning 6 p.m., #50066 #50067SERVlSTAFt no waste 4 oz. /8520-099 #50070
Friday, Aug. 29, and ending midnight ..
Monday, Sept. 1.

Colonel Bobby E. Burketl, Patrol SERVI"TJtRWlleelbarrow
Director, stated, "Many will take ;
advantage of the long weekend to
travel our highways visiting .G, Oscillating Sprinkler
beaches, parks and other vacation i._ Sa 4 cu.ft. rolled-edge seamless tray has 300lb. load Waters up to 2,600 sq. ft.72-posltlon water pattern -
spots. unfortunately, past experience capacity.steel, ,wheel Wide, /t5W profile 13"x 4" pneumatic tire and selection dial. Screen filter washer prevents
indicates that some will not clogging. #026SPECIAL
p.p #
return from their holiday, but in- A TA i $ JJ99 V v i a $49 .} \

stead will die in a traffic accident on SPECIAL PRICE #50089 PRICE #50078 \
Florida's highways;! :\\w:
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Department records revealed last
year's Labor Day period resulted in 1I'10lE' IC D-'RACELLo. -
, 33 traffic-related deaths. Of those, 16 Alkaline Batteries
I ((48 percent) were alcohol-related. In ems1Qt.. Septic Tank: Treatment: \
comparison, 45-percent of all traffic Last up to 6 times.longer than regular carbon batteries.
deaths that occurred during 1985 Prevents clogging resists soaps and detergents. 2-pack"D;' "C;" AA Cell 1-pack 9 Wl. :-
were alcohol-related indicating the Single treatment guaranteed for one full year. MK-37 #MN 30082,40082,50082,6048 ,.

incidence of drinking and driving is $AS9 $
during holiday periods. Ad-
k, greater 16 of the 33 people who SPECIAL PRICE ... #50089Hudson ., SPECIAL PRICE 'scoaoi.i.3
died were under 30 years of age.

bd I The predicted number of deaths
'- could be greatly reduced if motorists fm '
i I would comply with the mandatoryseat
belt law. Studies have shown Bugwiser* Sprayer
that traffic deaths could be reducedby A.ussonw Flying Insect Killer
as much as one-half by public Involvement # ,,,, Rugged 2-gal, polyethylene I tank Is easy to carry, extra
Works fast. Kills flies, moaqultos other flying
in the of seat belts corrosion resistant. Nozzle adjusts from gentle mist to ::
.. Insects. 12 #1662
62182 oz. ,
and child safety seats. Only two of long range spray j
the 21 drivers and passengers killed r $111I999 $199
during the Labor Day period last SPECIAL PRICE SPECIAL PRICE s
were wearing;! their safety belts.

t Individual dealers may limit quantities. Individual dealers may not stock all items.
Every available trooper will be on Hardware Lumber Home Centers
patrol duty to help curb the expected

loss of"Operation lives.The patrol SPEEDWATCH"during will continueits ACME HARDWARE & BUILDERS SUPPLY

this period using its aircraftto
maintain speeds on a number of 301 East Call Street r
highways. Citizens are requested to
} assist in this effort by reporting any STARKE
t impaired driver they observe to the We
nearest FHP station or local law en- can help.
forcement agency, said Burkett.

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