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: September 4, 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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A high pr 'ssuro front moving down I from. the north may stablize Editorial Pop*. . .. 4A
thiM'iithif! this weekend: and cut down on the chance of showers The Social Scan, . : . 5-7A '
Today's i Thursday,Sept. 41) f'tu'ccHslclIlIs for a 20 percent chance Public Notlc.s.r.10.HA
ol ruin from 2.4 p.m. Sport. . . . . I.9.12A el I r 1 t7'I' ," I I \
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!r rulay-Sunclay. Highs will be in the low 90s, lows in the low 70s, SECTION B> 12 Pagwt ,.
with 11 slight chance of rain, probably no amounting to much. Art Festival . . . . .IB t R I I 01 I-t L IDI I IFI
August! rainfall, uvvragmg 10.81 Inches, was neatly 3 inches Performing Art. . . . 3B
above normal The Santa Fc lire tower on US-301-S recorded 1 9.93 inches With the Start. . . . . 4B I I I
in August the Louis Hill lower at Highland recorded 9.82 inches Area D.olln. . . . .SBClaiilliad
and the New River tower on SH-100W recorded 12.B8; inches. Ad. . . . ,7." The Sweeteat Strawberries This side or heavenloath
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iJ An organizational meeting of the .. .... u ..J-.dI. .
members of the Class of 1977 of #. '
Bradford High School is set at 7:30: -'U :
p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 9, in the Board ijrr, 'i1IiI; I -i
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;' : '- J.1.. Milligan announced Wednesday Hardware store and various other
offensive Sept. 3, the confirmation of shops run by local! merchants.He .
be the ';speaker tonight "- '' J tats to build Northside Shopping said about X) percent of the
,4 (Thursday, Sept. 4) QB Club I,. 'r't :enter in Starke. available space is already commit-
t at the Starke Gulf & Country Club. _. ted. Specific names of announcements
'l Hospitality hour, 6:30: p.m. ; the the stores are to be located on 15 will not be made until
t. meeting, 7 p.m. Crfcs at the north edge of Starke on later.
Speaker of the Sept. 18 meeting A trie Gast side of US-301(1500 block of Milligan said the site is properly
Jt1 will be Bo Bayer, recruiting coordinator rtivW.., North Temple Ave.). zoned and construction could beginas

.R .. soon as 60 days depending on per
Gator QB Club officers this year l'1 --- ttphasls will be placed on local'IJ'thanls mits and having letters of intent con-
are: Cliff Chapman, president; ': 1'1I0'_Up M.d.P'Un' in an effort to bring perUn"Uzed verted to solid leases to satisfy
Larry White vice-president; Ada ,,' ) service to Starke financing requirements.The .
pr.C. Reddish, secretary; Marty Barry, 1'" A slc customers which has been lacking In shopping center will be
treasurer Jim Reddish Vote... located in the Starke
; programs; .. tpe| fcast.Milligan says.A"porodmately Enterprise
Cecelia Terwillegar, publicity. About 60 percent of Bradford County's'' Zone. This will be a significant opportunity

/[, <'.ft. JJ .' registered voters turned out for the first 100,000 square for merchants to substantially -
Have A Heart .' primary here Tuesday. One of those feet of shopping area is to include a reduce their overhead, pass
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; S.OW '''square-foot along savings and attract new
voters.amar Johnson, drops his selections grocery store
A special square dance is set this in,;the ballot box at Thercssa. A bo..t. the same size as the present customers.
.-.t I Saturday night, Sept. 6, to raise .',it : r." single vote decided one of the runoffs for grocery store. He said a major phar- Milligan said more specific announcements
funds to defray medical expenses .: the schftpl board. riacy outlet would be there and would be made as the
for two children, Adam Hardy, who KvclvQ j Chastain (above) reacts with "'''0.,1 lations are proceeding; forFunding A project develops.ed .
has cancer, and Chris Campbell relief a'she' learns that she will be in a
who has a rare skin disease. ," runoff flection with School Board Incumbent
A dozen callers, including Jerry J.Ti Parrish In District 5. Her Drive Set
Barrett, Bob Belanger, Bill fathrr-oi-law Carlton Chastain lends support -
Chesnut, Jim Duncan, Ken Perez, (aji left).. ,., ,
Lon Liggon, John Robbins and ?.
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others have \; ;y"
agreed to call the :
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: 1 of Bradford Middle School. A J. .' '" To Find More JobsSupporters
: workshop is set from 4.6 p.m., with '
.it mainstream and plus level square Schlofman Wins School Seat
dancing from 811. of an economic development program to increase the
Admission is $8 per couple nMmber of industrial jobs in Bradford County plan to kick off) a fund raisin
Visitors welcome. drive beginning Sept. 8.:
A fund raising committee headed by J.E. Tomlinhon: and Orian Wells,
Flu Shots... Run-of Set in 2 Local RacesBradford vice-chairman will be coordinating the drive to raise $300,000( to fund the

: I Influenza vaccine immunizations program over the next three years.
r In June the Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce outlined a plan
r are available tomorrow afternoon County voters decidedone even throughout the balloting. Dur- ",Jimmie Scott was the only candidate with a goal of adding 100 jobs to the employment totals by funding an
j.' (Friday Sept. 5)) from 1-4 p.m. at school board race. sent two ban led by 10 votes at the close of /or that seat. ,An accountant and. economic development program.

t.,. the Bradford County N. Church Health St": In" '"' '' ould..bavea. "
Department on
r.] Starke. mission post into the Sept 30 run-off "absentee ballots remaining to her in Green Cove was ap- gigantic effect on the local'economy' The multiplier from those'Jobs
Persons who should take the elections.In counted Wednesday morning. When pointed to compete the flve- would mean more jobs in retail more construction and real estate
shots include those with chronic the District 2 school board race absentee votes were added to the member board after qualifying clos business and as more families move into the area the school system
Len Schlofman defeated challengerScott totals. Durban led by one ballot. ed. The school board had been In- would also gain from additional funding, Miller said.
disorders and considered to be at
I Roberts. Elections Supervisor Neva Flynn complete since the death of Patricia We said the primary emphasis would be to contact industries outside
moderate to risk of influenza-
: great The three-man county commissionrace and her staff went back over the Spengler. tbs area and market Bradford County.
] related and otherwise
complications -
I individuals, of in District 4 will be decided in a totals Wednesday afternoon to The Targeted Industries Committee of the Chamber of Commerce did
I healthy years runoff between Joe Riddick and double-check the totals and make Vote Totals the groundwork and the Bradford County Economic Development Corporation -
older. There is of
$5.age or a charge W.R. "Bill" Alderman. E.W. Hodges the count official. That was done and Schlofman retained the seat the was formed as a part of the pl-nni ig and implementation.
decided not to run for re-election. the vote totals remained unchanged. governor appointed him to fill after Jack Eckdahl, executive director of the Chamber said the Bradford
Fitness For Seniors! County Commissioner E.L. "Nook" the resignation of Jim Lawson. County:: Economic Development Corporation; was formed Aug. 25. The
Norman retain the Dist. 2 unopposed. District 5 incumbent school board Schlofman a Starke optometristwon beard of directors outlined plans for raising the money needed to employ
A program designed to inform member J.T. Parrish will face all five of the precints in Dist 3. Sri economic development director, secretary and pay expenses of the
seniors of the importance of exercise In the District 3 school board race challenger Evelyn S. Chastain in the After absentee ballots were added Operation to add jobs.
and how to get started. The in- James Wainwright took first place Sept. 30 runoff. Members of the board include: J.E. Tomlinson president; Mark
c structor will be Cheryl Godwin. but faces a runoff. Incumbent Judy The District 1 school board post aiullins, vice-president; Richard Welty, secretary-treasurer; Susan
Begins;: Sept. 8th at 10 a.m. at the Becker and Ray Durban ran about was also open this election year, but (See Local Races..P.3A) Faulkner" Bernard J. McFadden, Scott Roberts, Evelyn Chastain, Ray ,
Senior Center (behind the new Norman John Miller, Med Connelly Steve Denmark, Byron Terwillegar,
courthouse). For further Informa- Orlan Wells, Pat Farnsworth, Terry Vaughn, Jerome Johns, Ken Teal,
tion call Beverly or Teresa at David Smith and Bob Ferguson.
964-4S4S. Crady Wins Dist. 13 House Race 'These individuals represent existing business and industry, financial )
Institutions; retail establisments, real estate agents, insurance agents, a
No Job No Skill... media and education," Eckdahl stated. ;

Job Corps-Training slots are the entire board will form the fund raising committee along with other ?
available in health occupations, pet-sons; who express an interest in helping with the effort.
plumbing, welding, business- Weieel Wins Dist. 21 Over Forbes (/ft addition, the nominating committee also suggested having ex-officio
clerical auto mechanic and other numbers representing various areas of the county. Those will include:
skills for men and women aged 16 An elected Starke City Commissioner designated by the city commission,
: through 21.Obtain State Representative George Weigel's unollicial total in District County included in Dit 13, Cradywon An elected Bradford County Commissioner designated by the county commission -
s a GED earn spending Crady retained his District 13 21 was 5,342 to 3,742 for Forbes. :C21; votes to 310. Bill Alderman to represent the Hampton area, Jimmy Scott to
money and savings money and Florida House seat by defeating The breakdown by counties show represent the Lawtey area, Phil Vellenga to represent the Brooker area,
make a good life for yourself. John Jasonek and Susan C. Weigcl ed Crady the winner in Nassau coun- Weigel won by a slim margin in Jack Hazen to represent agriculture and the executive director of the
Room and board, clothingtransportation defeated! John R. Forbes in District ty: 3,841 to 1,631. In Bradford County Bradford County and St. Johns Chamber (Jack Eckdahl.
allowance medical 21 in Tuesday's First Primary Crady got 1,522 (plus 84 absentees) County but led by large margin in ckdahl said the goal of the newly formed economic development corporation
and dental care will be provided. voting. while Jasonek!: received 774 (plus 23 the portions! of Clay County would be to recruit clean industry in the county.
absentee votes). Jasonek won in represented by Dist.: 21. The Brad--
. For more information, visit the A professional consultant, Henry McLaughlin of American: City
Job Service Office at 1430 South Crady gathered 8,957 votes in Baker County with 2,754 while Crady ford County margin was 864 to 844. Bureau, will be providing some advice to the committee on the fund raising -
First Street Lake City District 13 which includes four coun- added 1,723 to his total. In Union In Clay County Weigel got 4,231 to drive, Eckdahl said.
Irene Pearce at 7523121., or phone ties. Jasonek received 6,414, winning County Crady got 1,340 to 945 for 2,645 for Forbes. In St. Johns County The committee hopes to reach the projected goal ol $300,000 within fivesrioKjng
only in his home county of Baker. Jasonek In the portion of Duval] Weigel won 291 to 252. we ks.

Track Boosters..

invited Bradford Persons to Track a interested meeting Booster's set in forming Monday Club are,a 2 City Commission Races to be Decided Tuesday I

Sept. 8, at 7 p.m. in the middle ., .,

school gym.Upcoming.. Tuesday, Sept. 9, is decision day Wall has worked for the public The Nichols have two children: Jimmy Crosby... City-Wide Voting...
... for Starke voters on two city com- defender's office for the past eight Monica 8, and David, 3 months. Jimmy Crosby,Jr., first elected in
City voters can vote on a can-
mission races in an off-year election. years. For four years before that Nichols works for the National 1500 is seeking a fourth term on the
a The second and final public Jimmy Crosby, Group 3 Incum- wall was a jailer and dispatcher for Guard at Camp Blanding. city Commission. didate. Starke in each group.will not be in
hearing on the 1986-87 budget of the bent, is being challenged by the Sheriff's Department and wentto of the
a graduate
k is college at the time. He has Gaines... Crosby districts, as are the Bradford county
Bradford County Commission set newcomer Terry Gaines. same a Terry Uplv rstiy of Florida is employedas commission and school board elec-
Thursday Sept. 4, at 8 p.m. in the Travis Woods Group 5 incumbent bachelor's degree in criminal justice Gaines, 31, a property appraiserfor ,A supervisor with the Departmentof tions.
courthouse.The is challenged by newcomers Philip and sociology from the University of Roberts Real Estate, running for Corrections. Crosby Is married to 'The city is not under a court orderat
i = regular monthly meeting of Nichols and Ed Wall. North Florida in Jacksonville. the Group 3 city commission post. the former Lesle Oladell. They have although it is being sued
the Bradford County Commission is Group 1 Commissioner Bobby Wall is married to the former Jo Gaines, the son of Mr. and Mrs. two Children: Traye 6. and Brit- the Bradford Chapter of the
set at 9:30: a.m. Monday, Sept. 8. Biggs got a free ride again this time Ann Walker of Starke. They have L.M.. Gaines! lives on S. tarry, 7 months. The Crosbys live at by NAACP to have election by single-
The meeting is on the second Mon- with no 0/iposition. two children: Kim 12, and Chris 10. Westmoreland Street. He is marriedto 431 Bt-oadway; Street. member districts. The city is con-
day, rather than the usual first Ross Chandler, a black, joined the Originally from Milwaukee, Wall the former Vicki Williams, the the NAACP charges.
Monday because of the Labor Day Group 3 race at the last minute, but was In the Navy stationed in daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charney testing
holiday withdrew. Jacksonville when he met his wife Williams of Starke. The Gaines havea
The second and final public None of the three incumbents had and they settled in Starke. While in daughter, Tracy, 7. Travis Woods...
hearing on the 1986-87 budget of the opposition in the 1984 election. jhe !Navy, Wall served two tours of Travis Woods, 45, graduated from
Bradford School Board Is set at 7 Candidates say this Is a quiet elec- duty in Vietnam.Ph1HpNichols.. Bradford High and has lived in Off-Year Voting...
J p.m. Monday, Sept 8, in the ad- tion. A low turnout is expected. The Incumbents... Steppe! ; for the past 28 years. This is an "off-year" election In
ministration building.The Starke voting is city-wide. All Crosby, 34, an administrator in the He das been employed by the state the In 1987 Commissioners Ver-
second and final public voters can cast (ballot in both races. ... prison system, and Woods 45, an ex for Uw past 23 years and is currently non city.S'lcox: and Charles Schaefer
hearing on the 1986-87 budget of the Philip Nichols, 40, who lives on aminer for the state Driver License supervisor of the Starke office of the Police Chief Jimmy Bowen and City
G City of Hampton Is set at 7 p.m. Ed Wall... Brownfee Road and Is married to Bureau for the Florida Highway Division of Drivers License of the Clerk Neil Tucker will all be up fur
Monday, Sept. 8 in city hall. Ed Wall 39, the investigator for Susan Wiggins Nichols, a Patrol, were elected to the council in Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. re-election.
-The bloodmobile is scheduledhere the public defender's office here, kindergarten teacher and the Sept. 1980. Biggs who has a horse Woods is married to the former Starke council members reelected
Tuesday, Sept. 9. From 9-10 who lives in Lakewood subdivision daughter of the late long-time SU rke farm in west Starke and operates a Ann Joyner. They have two children, for two-yeai terms. The pay
a.m. the bloodmobile will be at the on SR-100 in west Starke, is seekingthe councilman One Wiggins, is seeking body shop and laundry in Starke OtAnda: and Jason who attend Bradford is $400 per month.
state surplus property warehouseon Group 5 council seat. the Group 5 council seat. was elected in 1982. schools.
US-301 south. From 10:30: a.m. to.
5-30 p.m. the bloodmobile will be at

4 the the Chamber corner of of Commerce Madison and buildingon Sheriff Reddish Says New Crack Arrest Caught 'Kingpin''flie'kiogpii : .I

tt.limit\ Streets in Starke,

Tlw Brooker City l Council meets ( in tint..tllIo.-'ocalne: rested September 3 and chargedwith by local authorities an organized coCaine crack) and cookers for tllI'ClIlgh'lhls organisation said
I Tu,' Ii.,','. Sept 9. at 7:30 p.m. business, which has recently invaded six, counts involving cocaine network was uncovered in cooking crack with the cooking. taking Reddish.As ,
r .The Hampton City Council Bradford County has been ar- according to Sheriff Dolph Reddish, Bradford County with a supplier out \ in local motels a result of the> invcsHgtillon'
meets Tuesday. Sept. 9. tit 7 p.m. rwlril. the\ sheriffs, office reports. who described Wims as the 'king of Gainesville, street dealers in fr/\/n/ / October of lust year. until lop man Wims, was charged! with
-Tin regular monthly meeting of nOC1! I'\:1I Wiim, 39, of 2626 NW pin'. Starke crack houses (similar to the Jiite ol this year approximately
(the* Wr.uitord School" Board Is: set at 2iih( IT.K-n in Gainesville was ar- During a six months Investigation opium dens-providing places for $lyOV)0) ( )( In street sales were process- (See Crack Arrest..P.3Ar >
\ in Monday.: Sept 13.


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. Terry Gaines Seeks<< Election to Group 3 SeatI 5 '

I '-i i> fumes, :n, socks the Groups*** Gaines is employed as a real years, and the final year was the his campaigning except a few hou+sat
: scat on the city commission ofiiirkc ebtate appraiser at Roberts Real staff appraiser! and assistant vice- the end of the day.
now held by Commissioner Estate. It is his first ventureinto, .. pr tlldent. Gaines attended appraiser's "I will act on what I think is in the Your VoteIs
iinrti} Crosby Jr\ ]l politics. ,1' #)y:" / '?i school In North Carolina. best interest of all the people of
i.I f *v A Gaines is married to the former Starke," Gaines says, if elected.
," i ; i Vicki Williams, daughter of Mr and Greatly ,-
A 1973 graduate 0"" Bradford High Mrs; \Charney Williams of Slarke. Gaines, as with other city can-
"My desire to be part of the city School, Gaines attended Lake City Terry'and Vicki have one child, didates, gets the question "Are you Appreciated
I liovcrnmenl and to participate in thefuture Community College. for one Tracey, 7. They live at 746 S. in my district?" Gaines says he
growth of Starke," says yearmajoring in Engineering. His Westmoreland Street. stops and explains that Starke
(;nines, the son of Mr.and Mrs.L.M. first job was with DuPont. He work- Gaines says he is trying to cover voting is city-wide that each voter
(;iainos; of| Starke. ed at Guaranty Federal for five Starke but humid,hot weather limits than vote on both races. .J. T. PARRISHI

. Nichols Seeks Election to Group 5 SeatPhilip I want to represent District '5 and all of

Bradford County on the School Board. I
Nichols, 41, is seeking election Nichols is a product of Bradford saw numerous tours in SoutheastAsia. states that,when elected, he will act
to the Group 5 seat on the City County schools and a graduate of Honorably discharged in 1969, in the best interest of the citizens of promise to represent all of our children to
Commission of Starke."I Santa Fe Community College.He Nichols returned to his former Starke,with input received from the
employer,Andrews Drugs of Starke. citizens. the best of my ability. I want our schools to
is married to the former SusanF. Nichols managed Andrews Drugs,
have had an interest in the city Wiggins, daughter of Laura Lee Inc. of Keystone Heights from 1973 be the best possible.Let .
government for many years, being Wiggins of Starke and late Orie A. until it was sold in 1983. lie is
the son-in-law of the late Orie A. Wiggins. The Nichols have two presently employed at Camp Blan- me use my experience on the School
Wiggins, long-time city councilman.We children: Suzanne, 9, and David ding by the Florida National Guard, I .. Board to help our children. I need your help
had many long-winded conversa- Philip, 4 months. ol which he Is a member.
tions about city problems and the Nichols says he is trying to reach CROSBY I rr September 30 in the second primary.J.T. .
managing of city business," Nichols Nichols is a veteran of the U.S. each voter,personally, but is finding
says Navy and the Vietnam War where he Starke larger and larger. Nichols


. Crosby Looks to Hold On to SeatJimmy Pol Adv -

Crosby, Jr. announces foi r of the parallel electrical interconnection being able to work through problemareas --
re-election to the Starke city com which has allowed us to buy effectively."
mission. and sell power with utilitiess Crosby is married to the former L11
First elected in 1980! Crosby i is throughout Florida," says Crosby. Lesle Oladell. They have two Chicken Shrimp
completing his sixth year on the! Cost savings for this project alone children: Traye, 6, and Brittany, 7 s
commission. He served as mayor are estimated at over $420,000 per months They live at 431 Broadway
commissioner and chairman of the! year. Street .
commission in 198384. "A number of projects like this Crosby: is a graduate of the) Dinner
"The major accomplishment we! could be mentioned but these are all University of Florida and presently
have made. I think, was completior 1 things in the past. The importantthing is employed as a supervisor with the .
is to realize the commission'sjob Department of Corrections.
isn't just meeting twice a month
WoodsTo It involves trying to find inexpensive ELECT NICHOLS -, Two Tasty Favorites! ; :
method _of providing services and I
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of tender r
Enjoy generous portions
bite-size fried shrimp and delicious
SeekReelection boneless chicken fillets, served with
FREE HEARING TEST natural-cut french fries,fresh cole slaw, $3.69
two Southern-style hush puppies,sweet '
&: sour sauce, cocktail sauce and a For A Limited Time Only
lemon wedge

re-election to the Group 5 City Com All-You-Can-Eat Country-Style Fish Dinner 2-Piece Fish Dinner

mission Woods of, 45 Starke, graduated seat. from Brad- Country-style fish fillets French Dinner includes: 2 golden-brown fish
ford High School and has resided in fries Cole slaw Hush puppies fillets natural cut french fries,fresh
Starke for the past 28 years. Tartar sauce.Offer Good For $3 69 cole slaw,2 Southern-style hush $2:19
He has been employed by the State in the Dark Dining Room Service Only e puppies.Captain.
of Florida for the past 23 years, of
We In
Specialize Helping
which he has been
supervisor of the
Starke office of the Division of People Hear Better
Because We Carol
Drivers License of the Departmentof Dk
Vehicles.Highway Safety and Motor TUESDAYSept. 6

Woods is married to the former 9th -1::30-4:30: A great little seafood place
Ann Joyner who is employed by 9
Madison Street Baptist Church PreSchool Hearing
They have two children, & Hearing Aid CleaningDampler's
Chanda and Jason,who attend Brad-
ford County schools. Pharmacy
The Woods family is active in Keystone Heights
Madison Street Baptist Church of of ... ,
Starke."I Compliments :
feel I have the experience and AUDIO
qualifications to continue to serve NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING
the residents of Starke, says Woods
who has served as a city commis- 1905 NW 13th St. Gainesville, Fla.
sioner in Group 5 since 1980. 373-5507 ON FEDERAL REVENUE
"I have been dependable in atten-
ding each meeting and other city Serving Alachua, Clay, Putnam,
government.functions that pertain to the city Bradford Counties for 16 Years SHARING FUND _

< The Bradford County Board of County Commissioners hear


FUND in the amount of $120,000.00, which represent a Fund

ti 1 "- Balance from the 1985-86 Fiscal Year Budget. The Expendituresfor

the Federal Revenue Sharing Fund, Balance are the following

proposed budget expenditures for the Fiscal Year ending

\ September 30, 1987.

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40-01-516-54 Law Library BooksMaterjal..52.000.00 1 :

[ 40-21-511-45 County Insurance and Bonds 55.000.00 1 I I II

i 140-21-511-64 New Equipment over $100.00 13.583.00 1 :
t ak ;" .
40-21-513-34 DP Contractual Services ,Q-ost..- :.. 6.000.00 1 I i

40-21-560-49 Medicine and Doctor Fdefsn.-: ?? 4800.00 1 I

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40-21-590-52 Computer Cost A1.f at'Jo'ri' 12.500.00 1 i
Z v 40-21-590-71 Computer Pr1 net pa jCost 18500.00 1

xs 1 Y. 40-21-590-72 Computer Interest, Cost; 5000.00 1
402159099.Reserve. for Con''VlTi'ge'ncy"g "*>? 2617.00 1

s A as c 40-241-100 Total Budget App pr a' >h''J.' 120000.00

"Our new heat pump saves more than The meeting will be held at the Bradford County Courthousefor

enough money to run the VCR and TV. the purpose of discussion of the proposed Budget for the

1986.87 Fiscal Year at 8:00:
: p.m. on Thursday, September 4,1986.
Do you think FPL knew that when The proposed budget may be examined on weekdays at the Clerk

they helped us buy it?" Finance Office between the hours of 8:00: a.m. to 5:00: p.m. All .interested

citizens will have the opportunity to give written and
Sure we did.FPL is encouraging everybody to manage transfers it indoors.And in the summer/It cools by
their energy efficiently because lowering peak energy! removing heat and humidity from Inside oral comment. Senior Citizens: are encouraged. to attend and
demand delays the need for new power plants-an You might also want to install a heat-recovery comment.
expense everyone must share. water heating system with your new heat pump to
Installing a high-efficiency central heat pump can save even more money.
cut your heating costs up to 40%because its more Tb find out how to qualify for a cash incentive
efficient than a conventional electric heating system. and to get more information on energy management Gilbert Brown.. Esther Ellerson,
In the winter the heat pump extracts heat from the call our 24-hour toll free number 1-800-821-7700. | Clerk of the Board ' County Finance Director
outside, air" (yes thereS always"heat in the air)and "" ,. t' :



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Rlddlck . . . 91 132 98 20 11 351 1986 ...... :.f I ".

Harold Waters. . . 33 52 106 19 11 221 Bradford County, Florida JI!' .f.: .r-- ', ,
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Bradford County backed the two Precinct 1 2A 3A 4 SB 6A Ab.Totol.. rl tli = "I. 1.7tr-:
Irontrunncrs in the ..
bin not in the order governor's reflected race by Judy B.ck.r. . . . 57 15. 40 146 22 30 16 326 I .

tale Jim voters.Smith and Marshall Harris Ray Durban. . . 108 27 32104_ 1 1_ 38;7 327 By PrecinctPre J, J' =--,. i'o- I;;, ;

J paim-d 2,530 votes in Bradford County Wainwright . 193 45 30 123 .-L 50 15 497 ''VlL t ::l_"' : ,_ _
followed by Steve Pajcic and ---r: 1'1; : I ,) [\., '. ,).i B
Frank Mann with 957. ...J\ -.
Johnston and Gibbons tallied 436 1 I .
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followed .. ". ., .
by Goldstein and Wolff with -+ I I ..."" '' .
170 then Wollin and Simons with 95. .. t- ., b' ... .1;'""' .
State totals gave more of a marginto School Board District [;( _.. .k. .. -t7.
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Pajcic and Mann followed by '" ,: 'rI.! ;:
Smith and Harris Precinct 6B 12A 12L.H 14 15 Ab.Total 1 '0J.:. '. } ",_. /fl''fl_ !;,, ; -l! "
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Closer from" to Florida's home, the Dist.Congressionalrace 2 showed Evelyn Chastain.;. . 21 35 65 69634817318_. ..... -./ r _'_: li. I .-;] .. : .:" !!

Bill Grant ahead of the pack followed J.T. Porrlth. . . . 58 16 30 76 55 160 15 410 r-\'i; '\ .> ... -.. ,.v .: .f3S
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by Skinner. Both former . . 8 28 131 34 26 17 6 250 -_ L } ,
!state senators also finished first and Carolyn Spooner. .. l ,. !j14-! 1 ., T. -'j7. j "
second in the Bradford County 1 -'- I ; 5..1 -- .....'::'=..".-01.:._.=.-v'.1.t-' r .';:';;.
balloting, tT-i-'f -;:- 1 1.
Grant received 2,006 votes followed School Board, District 3 ;. ,/'s' .J.J.1 tj ,- -. ....

other by Skinner candidates with fell 1,562.far The behind three: Precinct 8-A 8-B 9-B 9-A Ab._Total .... I + ,'- l '+: ':--.... LJ '- .. : _:::.i-j : .l -!.

Greadmgton, 375; Padgett, 252; and \ Scott Roberts. . . 79 33 56 60 26 377 :j:" ..:.t t.7 7 .. J. 'r" .. I' 1" .
Rivera, 70 LenSchlof man. . . 97 81 88 _95_ .J.9.. .554 : .ji .... ". .
Bob Graham easily won tile + ?
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democratic primary for U.S. Senate y "j.---.J:. : r!
with 3,554 votes over Bob Kuntz 651. Bradford Totals: State House District

In the republican primary voting PRECINCT 2A 2B---L.-I 9B IDA LOB 12B 16 Ab. Total ; :
Senator Paula Hawkins won easily _. !__ .. -1L "! 1J i l':
over Jon Shudlick;'231 to 23 votes. John R. Forbes. .. ...:..:-. -_,3J. 117 L_ 5. 55_ .76 64 .149 J 106__ 31 19 864 II 1.r_ ".

Susan C. Walgol. . .. .__47._!17> H'8 112_ 131 ..1-J.L24 844 _S.
Bradford Totals : State House District 13 .:w .. '

PRECINCT L-J1A _.3B ___-4.. JA _5B __ 6A.. 6B _JA .9A..J2A---.L 14__.15. _..Ab.. Totals 1.3l t

Arrestfrom G.org..Crady. . 187 73___41__ !L6 .. 52. .7Q .... L 99 121.._55 109 103 124 84_ 1.616 ..If''''''"""'I .;,:;:'I

John .on.k..J51-1 .-27 84. .... 115.. 19 47 22 65 _24. 16_. 65 32 80 23 797 ( ,.
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two counts ol conspiracy to tratlic in
cOl'aine. three counts of
trafficking h..Jf.
in more than 28 grams of cocaine Local Races I
and one count of possession with Intent -
to sell. Bond for Wims has been Open Houses Set at SchoolsEvery
set at $300,000 cash only. from page IA) provided the closest margin of thecountywide Wednesday, the outcome of the second -
races. Although Wain- candidate in the runoff remained Bradford County school has house
Also named in the information wasH Schlofman's total was 554 votes to Open meetings begin at 7
juvenile from Gainesville William 377 for Scott Roberts.In wright led each ol the candidates by in question. scheduled an open house to which p.m.:
Deborah 170, he fell short of a majority. lie When the absentees were added parents are invited to meet the BMS Thursday Sept. 4. .1
'Sugarman' Suggs, DeSue, the Dist. 4 county commissionrace
gathered 497 votes and won four of Durban placed second by one vote teachers of their children and to LE, Tuesday, Sept. 9.
Waymon Hampton,Shirley Williamsand Joe Riddick out polled each of
Wanda Thompson all from the his opponents by about 100 votes, but the six precincts.At with 327 compared to 326 for Becker. learn more about the school. BE, HE,and Southside,Thursday,
the close of Tuesday night'scount after farther
If the margin holds Sept. 11.
black community in Starke, said it wasn't enough to avoid a runoff
Reddish. They are charged with with Alderman. With the absentees Ray Durban had a total ol 320 checking the calculations, Durban Notes will be sent to all parents to SE, Tuesday, Sept. 16.
counted, Riddick's total was 351 and Becker had 310. With 41 will face Wainwright in the Sept. 30 let them know the time of the Vo-Tech, Monday, Sept. 22.
various conspiracy and trafficking absentee ballots left to count
second primary. meeting. BHS, Tuesday, Sept. 23.
votes followed by Alderman with 254
charges in cocaine Many of those Involved -
in the operation were paidemployees and Harold Waters with 221. r._
and the charges stem The winner of. that runoff will Tint BRADFORD
from the investigation. replace E.W. Hodges on the commis
This major operation has been sion. Hodges decided not to seek COUNTY TELEGRAPH
hulled, to the sheriff but another term.Incumbent .
according Published e\l'ry Tliurscl.i) PUBLIC
J.T. Parrish led in the
there is evidence of crack still being
Cull StreetStarlc.
sold in Starke Dist. 5 school board race tallying 410 at I351V.
The investigation has been concluded votes. He will face Evelyn Chastainin ) Florida :32091
with the state attorney's office the runoff. She received 318 votes Second Class postage paid at NOTICE
J and will continue, said Reddish. 250 followed by Carolyn Spooner who got Starke.) FloridaSubscription

The Dist. 2 school board runoff Hates: ,
NICHOLS City Comm. between incumbent Judy Becker, In-trade area: $12.00 per > ear '
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James Wainwright, Ray Durban < '
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Outside area: $13 ]per >car To All Registered Voters of the City of Starke.
$7.!'\O( six months

Opening Of The City of Starke Election will be held on

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Rowell Prevatt Captured by Yanks In 1864 ; Di, das Prisoner r of War I

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Apparently" St.irkeand I Bradford County: Howell Prevail, as he was generally to spare Prevatt. So they shipped him off ;
u ore closer to action/ during The Civil War called, was first mentioned in an interview to an island prison near Charleston, S.C., : t iii't
thin I is generally known. with the late Walter Mansell, another where he died."

I'llinks to Mrs. Pauline Murley of pioneer settler of that area, in The Almost 30 later, Mrs. Murley con-
(;ioiu-vti' I Klu (not to be confused with Lake Telegraphs] Sturke Centennial issue, May tacted The Telegraph on one of her record- ,11lt

Ucnr\.i; / near Keystone Heights) The 3, 1957. searches in Starke, and provided
felt guiph. has received i information con- At that time, Mr Mansell recalled an old documents that proved the story relatedby
i 'nins! the: capture by Union lorces of V. story about the Civil War he heard from Mansell was in fact true.
l H ,Valentine Rowcll() Prevatt, an early ( his parents as a child. It seems that
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,'IIIt'1 ol Bradford County, and his impi { > >.y Prevatt and Noah Geiger! another pioneer According to records from national archives -
''IM">. iiient and! death in a Union prisoner 1:} ::1 settler of that area near the present under date of March 7, 1864, the of-
ni \\,II' camp'Phis! incident took place just Alligator Ranch lands on Alligator Creek, fice of Provost Marshal In Jacksonville 1 r
.mil h ol Still ke in the third year of the war. were returning home from Starke one day reported to U. Col. James F Hall at Hilton ffd \I, ,

::Mii, Murley, a descendant of the >\ when they met the advance guard of a head, S.C. giving the following information"in "
the of R. V. Prevatt (citizen) :
I'l, trails in Clay and Bradford County, has Union raiding party that had been destroy case
railroad lines and other in "The following remarks were written on
I(me exhaustive research on this family in ing property
the Invoice of Prisoners received at this of-
I ih i ecords of Bradford County, as well as this area.
fice Feby 20th, from Barber's Plantation.
-iilc'" and national archives. As Mr. Mansell told it, "Noah said he

It I us believed that Rowel 1 Lake, just happened to look up and all of a sudden "V. R. Prevatt Citizen Caught one of"
MiuthwiM of Starke, was named for him the sky was blue with Yankees. The my men by surprise and presented a cock
sinee he owned 604.78 acres of land in that two of them took olf as fast as they could ed pistol to his head, while a companion .
.ir<>ti and may have also given the site for go, but Prevatt was captured later in demanded the surrender of his arms. This .S
the old 1'revatt Cemetery/ just west of U.S. Alligator Creek and carried to Starke by man was dressed in civilian clothes and is j
101)) neat its intersection with "the Brooker the Yankees They thought more about a citizen. Among his comrades he Is said to
Ko.ul l No 227 Emory M (Big Boy) killing him than keeping him prisoner, but be the Chief of a Guerilla band, and has a
I'lvvaMX homestead is part of the original his life was probably saved by his friend bad character. I should strongly advise his
\ H lieu 'ill holdings George Pace who pleaded with the Yanks being hung. The example should be set,
and, as he is wealthy and has great In-

.. ....,. .. .. .... fluence, it would have great effect in this
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I (' ,' : "H M Hodges, Co. H, 411 Mass. Vols,
IliflilllliDoes ;I ': ,' the man taken prisoner by Prevatt, makes

,{ \ ; -" : I, the following statement: ..RS_ w, I S .

.,. .- ..... .. ",,_._ ,,"'. 1(' .. ,.. .. .. "Started'from Starke for Gainesville in
advance of the main column. His horse
giving out, he was told to wait for the column -
to come up. Was waiting when saw -- 'T' -
America Face Drug Crisis ? two men in citizens clothes: mounted and .-- A'f __ .J,
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apparently unarmed, nearby in the woods.
When they got near him, one of them
jumped off and seized his rifle, while the /'x4w8e4 .f
Answer Is Yes other-Prevatt-drew a pistol and ordered

him to give up his piece. / /B' ?

"He, thinking the column was nearby,
Has drug use in America reached "Most users have displayed large amountsof and having been ordered to be careful of ,
crisis proportions? weight loss. The ones personally contactedwill his conduct towards citizens, was taken
lie, steal, and sell anything to buy rock." surprise and made a prisoner. They left '
CBS News anchor man Dan Rather "Approximately $5,000 in stolen furniture the road for the woods, but after about an : ;

and nine CBS correspondents answeredthat from a local furniture factory was recovered hour, during which they were apparently ,

question) Wednesday night in a two- from several of the dealers. Other agencies searching for another man, struck the 7@--r-
have road again for Starke. Now some of our
provided intelligence that stolen property .
hour special program entitled 48 is being brought to Starke and traded for forces came in sight, when they left him
Hours on Crack Street", rock" and fled, taking his rifle with them. He
next saw Prevatt at Starke on the return
The answer was a resounding"YES "Other information is available as to from Waldo, and recognized him.
organization in local I operation
including sup-
plier, dealers, stash house, smoke house, and "These are all the facts in this case zu.,,. rr [sr
For two days, the CBS news team street pushers. Some records art! available which I have been able to arrive at. t.trx e A !
tidied the impact of drugs on street showing one dealer receiving $14,850 worth of P.yi J
life in hospitals, police departments, coke in seven days from the supplier for "I 1 have the honour to be, very respectfully i c aI
and in both rich street sale." your obedient servant, T. M. Sweet,
sports arenas
Lt., Provost Marshall, Jacksonville.At I I
neighborhoods and slum areas. Wednesday night's CBS program was
the time of the war, Prevatt was over
Although the focus of this broad-based undeniable tt
evidence that crack/rock is of age, making him exempt from
hard-hitting, on-the-scene documentarywas not the kind of problem that can or military service. He was considered

New York City, it could just as well should be left entirely to a few concerned wealthy by standards of that time In addition ." .

cummunit\ leaders .'HHlln.1... I..... to his large land holdings, he owned -
.1 "" UI IrtW cur
658 head of cattle, and cultivated extensive .
acreage of cotton. He was fiercely loyal to
the Soulh, and was among those planterswho .-...
b. helped supply food and other provisions .
.. for the Confederate troops. He was iI -- -- -- :
BRADFORDIncorrect doubtless associated with George Pace, an i .

early Starke merchant of the firm, __
I Shih'1..p: Richard & Pace, who headed up assembling :
Shows! Bradford {'oullty 0 supplies for the CSA in this area.
illmiit a Problem eM A receipt: signed by V.K. Prevatt for the sale of 29 steers to the ConfederateStales.
In documents Mrs.
supplied by Murley
Bottom paragraph reads: Stnrke, Fla., Now 5, 1863. Received from
there is a copy of an invoice dated 1863 "ToV.
'apt. John P. Baldwin. Uiit. Com., C Stales Seventeen
; Hundred and Thirty
R. Prevatt, Dr. from the "ConfederateStates"
five Dollars in full of the above account.
for 28 steers, 8400 lbs. @
have been Miami, Los Angeles, .20--$16HO.OO, and one steer, 275 Ibs. &
Chicago, and even small) communitieslike .20.-$55, for a total of $1735.00.)
Starke.To Carolinas about 1690. He was born on Feb. delayed or suspended.
The receipt signed V. R. Prevatt and 10, 1809 in Camden County, Ga., one of 11
dated Nov. 5, 1863, acknowledged receiptof children of Thomas and Mary Studstill Rowell Prevatt first enlisted in the Se-
our amazement, a map distributedat that amount from Capt. John P. Prevatt, whose families had emigratedfrom cond Seminole Indian War in 1836 at
last week's Crack Conference in l Baldwin, Dist. Commander Confederate Beaufort District, S.C. about 1798. Gary's Ferry on Black Creek near Mid-
States. dleburg. His father, Thomas Prevatt, was
Jacksonville, purporting to show the cocaine \ 1 The family came to Florida in 1810 and killed at Gary's Ferry in January 1837
impact on Florida, depicted Brad- From the time of his capture, Prevatl's settled first on a Spanish Land Grant just fighting the seminoles.
ford, Clay, and Baker Counties as having wife, Huldah Ward, daughter of William H. south of St. Mary's River. Both of the first
Ward fur whom Ward City (Brooker) was Prevatts were members of Pigeon Creek Rowell married Huldah Warden April 2,
"No Known Problem", while Union named, learned little about events pursuant Baptist Church in Nassau County, said to 1843 at Lilesville, and they had 13 children,
and Nassau were shown as r, to his death in July 1864. According be the oldest Baptist Church in Florida three of whom died in infancy. The remaining -

"moderate", Columbia and Alachua as to recently obtained documents, however, children were William Thomas,
"serious/severe" and Duval's problem he was first taken to Hilton Head, a fort off About 1828 the family moved to the James K., Joseph R., Peter Presley,
\ Newnansville District of Alachua Countynear George W., John D., D. Valentine
shown "not significant.' the South Carolina coast, and later Emory .
was as CRACK ,. transferred to a prisoner of war camp at the area of New River and Sampson Javan, Paul Bevil, and Idella Jane. Peter
Fort Delaware where he died River, and became members of the New Presley was the grandfather of Emory M.
While we cannot speak for the other River Baptist Church during the period (Big Boy) Prevatt who still resides on 180
counties, it is certainly misleading to COCAINE Rowell Prevatt was a descendant of when Indians still roamed this area and acres of the V. R. Prevatt property on
show Bradford as lily-white, especially : French Huguenots who settled in the frequently' caused church services to be Road 227 (Brooker Road) south of Starke.

since the sheriff's office here submitted

a two-page report on local "crack" activity IMPACT ON FLORIDA I

in answer to a questionnaire sent -KEY- County Agent's Notebook By Bobby TaylorA -

out by the FDLE ( Florida Departmentof

Law Enforcement) as the basis for its ."SeriousSeverereport.
ches and wider all sides than the
beautiful home landscape can repre- Landscaping Offto deeper on
|:j|:|; "ModerateNot::: Significant sent a major investment with a sizeable Pays root mass of the plant. Keep the sides going
portion accounted for by trees and shrubs.So a much better start. The job you do in straight down, rather than sloped;'"
Describing the impact in Bradford [0 J uNo Known Problem it's important to plan carefully, buy on- preparing the planting area will have a lot Loosen the soil in the bottom, to allow for

County, where 11 "crack" arrests were ly from reputable nurseries, and take care to do with how your plant will look for root development
made in recent weeks, and more are expected forcement officers. The police, prosecutors of your new plants properly as soon as you years to come perhaps its very sur The next step will be to add some soil
the local courts! schools, and othersaid get them home. many amendments to the soil you've removed
momentarily, report public agencies cannot wipe out crack Most of us add trees and shrubs to our from the hole,or soil that will be used to fill
: without the help and active of home grounds now and then. And, as we Obviously, the first step In planting is in around the roots when you set your
support contemplate such a project, we face a digging the hole. Be sure you dig it large plant. Th.re are several other steps in
evidence exists to verify that this comthe.public.. The public must support, notresist common question "when is the best time to enough. The hole should be at least six In- planting that I will discuss in later articles.
munity is distributing al least one pound of the efforts of law enforcement plant?" Generally speaking, the answer is
powdered cocaine converted into rock form during late fall and winter months. If
every week" So long as the DEMAND for cocaine you're thinking about setting some new Letters to the Editor- I IIt's

"Rack is sold here by the piece and not by exists, there will be producers and trees or shrubs in your landscape, now is
weight It is usually cooked an eighth of an dealers to supply the demand, due to the probjiUy, the time to do it. .
ounce at a time and cooks out to a rock penormous potential for profit. Only two A couple of exceptions to the fall and Nice to Hear continue of to higher invest learning.You more money. in this institution -

proximately 2.3 grams. Depending on quality factors will! cause the dealer to abandon winter planting rule are evergreens and From 'Home Folks'
of the coke, with an average of about$1,600 an his lucrative businessa palms, It's best to plant evergreens in have a paper to be proud of. It givesme
ounce and $250 for an eighth, the cooked decrease in August or early September while palms Away from Home as much pleasure to read aa does the
eighth can be broken into about twenty $'0 the demand for his wares, or fear of the should be planted during the summer Editor Telegraph: Atlanta Constitution or the Miami Herald]

pieces. This profit may be increased by pur possibility of arrest and conviction rainy season. I Wiley Bishop, Orlando
chasing the coke in larger amounts." However, as I mentioned earlier, plan- really family The Telegraph of
As: individuals we can help reduce this August 14. My was glad tp hear
"In this area the 'crack house' usually) ting times also can vary according to the about
Peggy's return to Brooker and
demand were
by alerting PTAs PTOs Another
our the plants are packaged. Plants usually Reader
relent to a place where pipes are provided lo way sorry to read about the Bayless Highway
smoke the rock. The operator may or may not and school; 1 !officials I of the need for more are prepared for sale in one of four Church fire. My ancestors established this Unhappy About

sell rock. They are often users themselves emphasis in the school curnculumwho ways They ,may be "bare root" which church. It was called Corinth, originally Winn-Dixle ConditionsI
cannot be trusted to 'hold' rock, but are especially in the lower gradeson the means the roots are bare of all soil. They The Senior Olympics at the nursing home

paid $200 to$250 a week by the supplier to furnish dangers of crack use; also urge our may be in a "packaged bare root" form, was interesting, especially since my great- would like to make a comment en last
place for his street customers to smoke with the bare roots wrapped in sawdust, aunt in ,week's article in
civic clubs women's organizations and was the picture. This was all "hot Letters to the Editor, on
and send other customers to his dealers." bark or peat moss. Plants may be sold news" down here. the conditions of our Winn Dixie Store.
church groups to work actively to "balled and burlapped, "with the root soil
"Police scanners were found in three of the disseminate information on drug abuse ball wrapped in burlap. And, many plants Rev. L. D. Haines, former pastor of the I too feel the
same Winn Is
locations during the eleven arrests here, In- Starke First lives way Dixie a
are sold "container grown" Baptist, just two streets
as ,
cluding portable scanners. (Note: a scanner An enlightened public, willing to from mother. disgrace to our community. I have never
in which case the root system isn't disturbed over my Last time I heard
is radio (receiving only) seen filthy. I don't know why the
a one-way operating become involved in her he
on police, highway patrol, and sheriff s frequencies community problems at all until planting time. say, was getting along fine.I Board of Health has not stepped in and
). and supportive of cooperative efforts For the most part" "bare root, liked the picture of fishing on the Sampson condemned it. I feel that we, the citizens!: of
of with I law enforcement agencies, "packaged bare root, and "balled and River trestle. It was visually In- Starke, need to have our freedom of choiceas
selling"Approximately, and smoking 90 percent of rock is in the cooking black, can do much to lower the demand for burlcipped' plants will have a higher sur- teresting and brought back old memories. to which grocery store we shop. Why
vival if in the late fall
rate planted
I think a "critter" feature would should we have just one in
sell grocery
section of Slarke. The age of users is between drugs of all kinds. Without the demand, or winter "container grown" plants can Starke and have to
12 and 40 with most of them between 18 and papers. put up with .suih unsanitary -
.' suppliers would soon be out of business. be added *o |'h. landscape anytime. conditions? This I Is not a new! pro
30 Could
you have a"Did You Know" column -
Your next consideration should be blem. It has just gotten worse.
preparing the planting site. You should get on Brooker like you do for Hampton
the selected site ready will in advance of Highlights? How about a picture of the
Brooker kids My family also goes out of ton\ to .shop
buying a plant, so that you'll be able to gel River? Brooker swimming in the Santa Fe for groceries and yes, we would rather pay
It in ihe ground as soon as you lake it H=:v n. refuses to die, thank for the extra gas to get bttttr quality food

home. This is very important If you wait One of the weaknesses! of Orlando is that and cleanliness.
HERE even a few days between purchase and they refuse to invest in higher education.
planting that when SHOPPERS UT'S; 'ICIIT FOIL tI:1:
a plant was healthy
One of Die educn'ort in South Georgia said
you bought be in the
may poor shape by he wanted to build his university strong
tune set it in landscape. If
you your you
The Colosseum In Rome is said to be so named from the colossal statue of Nero that give a little extra time and effort to site and big ,a!! a fortress against poverty. A local previous customer,
Starke has done a good job with its Santa .
stood near it. preparation you'll get your new plant off Fe Community College center: and should :Name w ithh<:ld ,n rerjroo : ."!



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1 Miss Michelle Lee Stilwell ot
apliques, also solidly beaded. The P4rtfes'
J Brooker and Dr. G. Flynn of ;
Gray rest of the gown and train was solid
.4 Starke were united marriage satin. Her short veil was English
Saturday, August 9, in the 'J .
toule attached to ivory satin flowers .
Presbyterian Church with Rev. featuring long drop pearls. The ,.
Jerry Patton performing the nup- bride carried a silk arrangement of

tials.Miss ivory roses, baby's breath,ivory and Couple Honored With
Stilwell is the daughter of
satin ribbons covering a small bible.A .
a Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd R. Stilwell Jr. of
EttiIf Brooker. Dr Flynn is the son of Mr. reception was held in the Starke Family ReunionThe
& Mrs. George B. Flynn, Jr. of Woman's Club where Mrs. Vernon
Starke. Reddish greeted the guests and Miss

Presenting a program of nuptial Donna Thornton kept the guest book. Labor Day weekend was the and daughter Faith of Tennessee;
music were Mrs. Henry Greene, Music was provided by Johnny time chosen to honor Mr. & Mrs. James & Aggie & son Joe of Destin,
1 organist, Mrs. William J. Kidd, Jelinik's Orchestra from Jackson- Albert J. (Bud&_Alice) Salmon of Fla ; Barbara Carlson from
vocalist and Mr. Bill McRae whom ville. The main ballroom of the club
accompanied Mrs. Kidd on the was decorated with ficus trees,lit up Starke with a surprise family reu- Oregon; Dave & Betty Sutliff and I
guitar. Mrs. Kldd, sister of the with tiny white lights. Small tables nion and Open House Buffet to sons from Ormond Beach; Robert
groom, san "He has chosen me, The covered with white army/navy celebrate their upcoming Golden from Gainesville; David & Susan
Wedding Song( and The Lord's cloths were placed throughout to Wedding Anniversary. from Satsuma, Fla.
allow for more intimate seating.
Prayer. Attending were all seven of their Also helping to celebrate in this
The choir loft was centered with The bride's table, also located in children plus spouses & some of haoov occasion were many friendsA
an arch candelabra flanked by twc the ballroom, was covered with a their twenty-three grandchildren.
h spiral candelabras and the chancel white army/navy lace cloth and good time was enjoyed by all who
area held two palms. The arch centered a three tiered wedding Albert Jr. & Karen, Robert (Red) & were there.
E candelabras displayed gladiolas, cake draped with fresh ivory orchids Carol all of New Jersey; William &
status and other traditional white The cake was topped with Abby, daughter: Kathleen from We wish Bud & Alice many more
,: wedding flowers. The family pews flowers and held the bride & groom years of happiness together as Oc-
,7. s were marked by large ivory satin used on the groom's parent's wed- Missouri & son Micahel from North tober 31 will be their 50th Wedding
bows and silk ivey. ding cake. On either side were two Carolina: ; Harold R. (Dick) & Linda Anniversary.

The groom's father,Mr.George B large three branch silver __ __ L L _. ----
Flynn, Jr. served as the groom's
best man. Ushers were Mr. JamesR. candelabras. Miss Mtchelle Kimutis .
Flynn, brother of the groom, Mr. and Miss Tammy Mann cut and p .
b Michael N. Stilwell, brother of the served the cake. The food table in
bride and Mr. William J. Kidd, the sunroom donned a large fresh arrangement
brother-in-law of the groom. of lilies, status, pussy. &
_."A.._.. '0.' Miss Memorie Lee Wynne of willows and other small 1 white
I Mr. & Mrs. G.: Gray Flynn Jacksonville,. the bride's cousin, flowers. The table held silver traysof
served as the maid of honor. She fingerfoods for the guests. The VII
wore a tea length dress of bridal punch bowl and champagne fountain
Sholley Raley, Dedan BaptistHomecoming ivory satin featuring off the shoulder were located in the ballroom.
Randall Reddish lace sleeves with a scoop neck
Sept. 7 adorned with an applique of em- Assisting in serving were Mrs.
Wedding Sept. 6 Faye Thornton, Mrs. Drew An-
7 Dedan broidered alencon lace, irradescent
On Sunday, September ,
drews, Mrs. Wilbur Andrews, Mrs.
Mr & Mrs. Luther "Doug" Raleyof Baptist Church will hold it's annual sequins, glass beads and seed
Allen Crews and Mrs. Wanda
Theressa announce the upcoming homecoming. This marks the 104th pearls. Her hairpiece was made of
marriage of their daughter, Shelley year of the church. Rev. H. H. Matt tiny ivory flowers, seed pearls and Wynne.
will bring the morning message. English toule. Miss Wynne carried a Following a wedding trip to New
Renee,to Randall L. Reddish,son of Dinner on the ground will follow bouquet of tiny orchids, baby's Orleans, LA; Nashville, TN; Gatlin-
Mrs. Barbara Reddish of Starke and the morning service. Serving time is breath and white rose buds trimmedin burg, NC and Ashville, NC. The cou-
Mr. Lamar Reddish of Santa Fe 1 p.m.All satin ribbons and ivy. ple are residing at Kingsley Lake.
Lake. members, former members, The bride, given in marriage by
The wedding is planned for former pastors and friends are in- her father, wore a gown of bridal Out-of-town relatives at the
September 6,1986 at 7:30: p.m. in the vited to share this day with us. ivory satin. The traditional high Stilwell-Flynn wedding were Mr
neck collar was solidly beaded with Lloyd R. Stilwell, Sr., Mr. & Mrs.
Fellowship Baptist Church of Fall irradescent sequins, glass beads, Steven Eth and Mr. & Mrs. Russ
Raiford. A reception will follow immediately First MeetingSet seed pearls and one drop pearl. The Benson of New York; Mrs. Bertha
in the Fellowship Hall. by Junior WomenThe shoulders, satin pouff sleeves trim- Scales, Mrs. Blanche Knox and Mr
Club med in a satin ruffle, edged with & Mrs. Harry: B. Mahon and familyof
All friends and relatives are cordially Starke Junior Women's scalloped, beaded lace. The ruffle, Jacksonville; Mrs. Fred field,
attend. will meet Monday, September 8 at I.
invited to leading to the back, met tiny satin
7:30: p.m. at the Women's Club. with Mr. & Mrs. Donald McIntosh and
buttons and a large satin bow
Life Chairwoman, Joan Mrs. Clarence Jordan of
VOTE NICHOLSWoman" Home two long ties. Extending from the Tampa;
of the Dr. & Mrs. Bruce McIntosh of
Hall, is in charge program. sleeve pouffs were tight forearms of
Club of Starke Hostesses for the evening will be the lace coming to a beaded point on the Orange Park; Dr. Glen McLane of
Tallahassee and Mr. Jim McLane of
club officers.
hand. The bodice was covered in
Monthly MeetingThe I heavy re-embroidered alencon lace Key West.. s p. I i .
Woman's Club of Starke will .
begin its' 1986-87 club year under the t 1
capable leadership of its President, I VOTE NICHOLS

.MH. ...?Mrs.Herb Thomas,beginning with a, .. .. We Are Pleased
,11011 luncheon at 12.00: .noon,.September .
.....' .qtit,171Una1UprbgramrandrahaTfrblralneas.''fb, tats! .""N!V ? '4 "";" "!' t4' -
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meeting will follow.

Hostesses: Mrs. Myldred Cuttino,
Chairman, Mrs. Dorothy Brown, M.D.
Mrs. Marty Barry, Mrs. Mary Cov- Rocqfort
ington, Mrs. JoeElla hardy, Mrs. ,

Margaret Jackson,Mrs. Ada Rober- Internal Medicine ,
son, Mrs. Eie:l1or Schaeffer, Mrs.
Betty Warren, and Mrs.Lucy White. NOTICEOF
tvill be in practiceat
NICHOLS City Comm.

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Make r a Tough Decision Easy! YEAR WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY ,

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Community NewsElizabeth UDC: Founders Day Lawtey Post Office

Luncheon Sept. 12 To Honor Retiree
Walker With Open House
The President's Council of Duval
Kelly Reunion.... 964-6683.secretary; \llnWIl."IlY..;.. L treasurer_ _" ._u County, United Daughters of the Employees and friends of the
The-family of the late Frazier and Linda A. Leggert, financialsecretary Confederacy will hold their Lawtey Post Office will honor Vickie
Ethel L. Kelly celebrated their first Founders Day Luncheon on
reunion Saturday, August 30, 1986. ; Willie Alfred Kel- September 12 at the Tlmaquanna Jones, regular route carrier of the
Lawtey Post Office, who is retiring
Approximately 200 descendants and ly Club in Jacksonville..
chaplain. Ai
with an Open House party.
friends attended the affair.
Children of the late Frazier and
friends invited.
The oldest brother and sister attending Ethel L Kelly are: Theodore Kelly, Members of the W. T. Weeks are
? the affiar were Louis Kelly, Sr., Gus Kelly, Sr., Lorine Williams, Chapter are invited and if you can The party will be September 13
GI I '' Sr. and Lorine Williams. Relatives Mabel Louis Sr., attend, call Mildred Welsgerber at
Tyson, Kelly from 7:00: p.m. to 9:00: p.m. in Grace
from Miami, Tallahassee, Cocoa Frazier Kelly, Jr., Oscar Kelly, 473-4958 by Sept. 8 to make your Methodist Church Fellowship hall in
and Starke were present. Nathan Kelly, Jessie Mae Hagan, reservations. Lawtey.
Officers for the next year were Jurutha DeSue Bass
: Margaret
: : elected: Roosevelt Kelly, Eloulse DeSue and ._ --_/---0/O---..-.--.
N N Linda Dianne Kelly Chandler, Willie Alfred Kelly. -- --'-- -
; general family:\ reunion chairperson; The family theme of the reunionwas r--:: ; : ; ;
Annie Mae Hagan Jenkins, vice "A Rich Heritage A Proud 10-4 Sat. 0 Ann'sA
Rt chairperson; Jackie Kelly Hadley, Family -Kelly's. The family colorsare ,.I South 301. Plaza
r red and white. ((904))8641947Starki Speciality Gift Shop "\-J

I S T Hampton HilitesBy

Fall Merchandise Arriving Daily,

Iw"A Dolores Meng New Shipment of Rugs & Baskets

Phone 468-1915 Excellent selection of rag rugs, Williamsburg Blue / natural, ]
Jamboree Saturday. Campen: and cnnren, Scott,
Mr. & Mrs. Virgil On Sat., Sept. 6, beginning at 5 and Amy in Fletcher N.C., In UI\lIdU'Selma: Mauve / natural & stencilled. New colors in braided heart &
;;"Ya p.m. the Hampton Jamboree is they visited Mrs. ilall's brother, oval rugs plus stencilled designs.
Susie Lott Virgil scheduled to take place at the City Garland Halley, and in Goldsboro We Appreciate Your Patronage
I Park. Bands will be performing and they spent some time with her sister, a wRe
food will be available throughout the Mrs. Gertie Pittman. o
Married 2 evening. A portion of the proceedswill They also enjoyed sightseeing in
Aug. go to the Cancer Fund. Nashville and other attractions
bouquets and potted plants. 40th Anniversary Celebrated..... along the way.,
Susie Lott and<< Virgil: Walker were The marriage was witnessed by Paul and Ruth Meng were honored Mrs. Bettye Smith has returned
united in marriage Saturday morn- Mrs. George Pierce and Mrs.NormaJ. with a reception held at Hampton home after a four month visit with
ing, August 2, at the Bradford Donn. Elementary School Cafetorium on her son and family, Mr. & Mrs.
Florist Wedding Chapel on US 301 The bride was attired in Sat. afternoon, Aug. 30, in honor of Richard Smith,Richard Jr.,and Jeffrey -
south of Starke. beight suit with a pink ruffed their fortieth wedding anniversary. in Wilmington, Vermont.
The double rink ceremony was blouse. She wore a pink carnation Besides their eleven children and They all took a driving trip to the
performed by County Judge George corsage. spouses who hosted the party,attending beaches in Maine and Cape Cod DRESS & GIFT SHOP
11. Pierce. The wedding took place The groom is employed by Florida 'were some of their grand- where the weather was quite cool
beneath a bridal arch topped by an Power and Light Company. The children,other relatives and friends. and refreshing.
arrangement of pink and white silk bride operates the Su-Els Retire- Out of town guests came from Hampton Elementary School
flowers and greenery. On either side ment Home and Beauty Shop near Tampa, St. Pete, Orlando, Orange Open House.....
of the arch were candelabra of Hampton where the couple rosides. Park, Keystone Heights, On Thursday, Sept. 11, parentswill 4
votive lights surrounded by floral Thomasville, GA., North Carolina, have an opportunity to meet the
New York and Savannah, GA. teachers and visit the classrooms! of
Ladies' Aux. Amer. We \vUh them many more Happy their children. The Open House will
Anniversaries I begin at 7:30: p.m. i h elss

Hospital AuxiliaryExec.
Install OfficersThe 16th Anniversary..... Girl Scouts..... '
Bd. to Meet of Mr. and Mrs. George Werre Girls eight years of age and older
Ladies'Auxiliary American
The Executive Board of the Brad- Legion Post 56 will have the installa celebrated their sixteenth wedding and their parents are invited to at- _
anniversary on Sept. 3rd. tend of the Scouts to be
a meeting
ford Hospital Auxiliary will meet tion of new officers on Sept. 9,1986.
Home Again.... held at the school on Tuesday, Sept.
Monday, September 8 at 9:30: a.m., There will be a covered dish sup-
in the hospital library. starting at 7:00: Mrs. Sylvia Hall returned home 9, from 2 to 3 p.m.Congratulations 3,
per p.m.
Mrs. Wilma Jean Terry, Auxiliary All members are urged to be last week following nearly three .....
president, urges all members of the there, and husbands are invited weeks visit with relatives and The fourth grade teacher, Mindy
Board to attend this meeting, the friends. Mrs. Johnnie Hansen of Seville, was married on Sat., Aug.
first of the 1986-87 year. Gainesville accompanied her on the 30, to Randy LeBlanc of Gainesville.We ,
auto trip. wish them much happiness!II
Bylaw Changes... They visited James and Inger
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The Bradford Hospital Auxiliarywill I HappyBirthday ) IY
hold &_ it itI
a general meeting on Monday -
September 15, at the Western RE-ELECT r-
Steer Restaurant at 6:30: p.m. This ,,
is a particularly important meetingas TRAVIS -
proposed changes to the By-Laws ; Marion
will be voted upon by the member.
ship. WOODS Hinson

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Group 5 I Bradford Square Shopping Ctr.

..a"s Open M-Sa. 9JO.5:30 964.5051
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home. I apologize if I have missed you, and

will appreciate your vote and support. $

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Youl.llQSewel t Weight Watchers. '
fast and easy with JOIN NOWONLY. will lielp'QuWel2ht '

Watchers lID overcome those
Quk"k StarT Plus. "tough times"
with the helpoffiveinformathe
Heres how: Each week
you'll be given a number .
calories to ; : booklets.

Annual Budget Open "spend"any way you "What can I eat at a
choose,little by little or ?"
all at once.As you
"It's Thanksgiving
advance through the and all that good food la
program you'II get ) there just for
For / waiting
InspectionOn more calories to spend me:'
to(up to 550 favorite a week).Go /1/I "We go to a great res.
taurant and I don't know
Chinese Italian or Mex what to eat"order
ican restaurant and "I I LOVE desserts!
2 1986
Tuesday, September menu.right Go to from a cocktail the n; Now,with these
booklets you'll have the
party and help yourself answers to most of the
the Starke Commission to some hot hors
City d'oeuvres.or go all out ter problems everyday you at encoun par-
with a dish of delicious tlesrestaurantshol.chocolate
ice cream or even a ; iday timed"ssert time
enacted the for Fiscal
city's budget candy bar, J" and at breakfast.Now .
and then.
now ,
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Year 1986-87. A summary of the enjoy choices Now the you,so foods have you you can love easier handle lose weight!them faster all and and still

most,within limits and
still lose weight faster '4.. .
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Offer Ends September 27, 1986 Madeline Miller-Pineda
budget actions taken by the Area Director

Come to the Weight Watchers meeting nearest you

commission available for

inspection in the City Clerk's Of- I


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THE FAMILY?' 3. SPIRITUAL. GOALS- Many seem'to forget there is a spiritual aspect
to life. From a biblical perspective this is to be preeminent. If you believe
there is more to all this than just working nine to five
(or probably seven to MOUNCIMG' I IKelly
By Rev. Ed Kirkland six) and feel you should be living an abundant,full life inside as well as out
GOALS FOR YOUR FAMILY side,then take control of this area too.Make goals to grow In your faith and
to develop a strong spiritual bond In your family.
Imagine for just a minute that you and your husband or wife have gotten I realize these are extremely brief discussions of a very limited list. It is .
into your car and are driving down Blanding Blvd. (a dangerous feat In not intended to be complete,far from it It's only a beginning. Look over
It.'ielfl. Suddenly, ,spouse let's go of the wheel.intentionally,To make your family's past, present and set some goals for the future. When you Lavern Outlaw Mark Randall Williams Jr.
matters worse,they don t act like they're about to take hold of it again. I'm begin to reach them you'll both sleep better. Tommy & Dlann Outlaw proudly Mr i Mrs. Mark R. Williams of
sure at that moment even the calmest person would speak up. In fact, you Ed lrklnd.ls pastor of the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church on Highway announce the birth of their daughter, Starke happily announce the birth ofa
would probably yell, hit, shake or anything else to get them to hold on. 18 at Kingsley Lake. If you want to submit a family topic or respond to an Kelly Lavern, born August 12, \986. son,Mark Randall,born on August
Finally, If nothing else worked,you would grab It yourself. You know why? article you may call his office at 533-2018 or write to: How's the Family?, Kelly weighed 81bs., 4ozs., and was 14, 1980 in Alachua General In
Because you know that if someone doesn't take control quick you're not Kingsley Lake Baptist Church Rt. 1, Box 586, Starke, Fla. 32091. 20" long. Gainesville.
going to need to worry about that next car payment,or any other payment Names/addresses are not printed.Our Maternal grandparents are
for tflat matter. ,1 ,+ Leonard & Shirley Moore and Mrs.
Yet, this is the very thing'we often do In our families We get married, People In ServiceLt. Aubrey R Moore. Mrs.Maternal Carl Johnson grandparents of Maxvllle are Mr., Fla.&
even have kids and just sort pf!go along whereever the current happens to Paternal grandparents are
take us.This eventually results personal apathy and depression as well Lavern & Alma Outlaw and Mr. B.
as a "wrecked" relationship. Cmdr. Geoffrey Noble Mar. Sgt. Bruce Rehberg T. Thomas. Paternal grandparents are Mr &
I I would like to suggest something. Why not stop for a minute and set Receives Navy Medal Receives PromotionMarine Kelly joins a brother, Brian, 19 Mrs. Walter Williams of Richmond,
some goals for your home? That's right-goalsl! You know,those things you months and a step-sister, Rachel, 6 Virginia.Did .
have to work toward. The kind of things which require some effort. You Navy Lt. Cmdr. Geoffrey T. Noble Sgt. Bruce W. Rehbert,
see the truth Is you already have some gaols in mind and may be depressed ,son of Robert V.&Shirley E.No. son of Harry W. &Doris M. Rehbergof yrs. You Know...........
because you feel they have gotten farther out of reach. They will con ble of Melrose,recently received the Raiford, has been promoted to his Did You Know........... Jessica Hinson, daughter ot
tinue to do that until you make them more definite and take control of the Navy Achievement Medal. present rank while serving with Marlon It Lena Hinson of Lawtey, is
direction your home Is headed. lie received the decoration while Marine Support Battalion, Dana Griffis of Lawtey the celebrating her 4th birthday Friday.
I'm not going to give you any specific goals that you should set up for serving with the Commander Homestead Air Force Base, FL. daughter of Red & Mavis Grl/rls, is September 5.
your family. If I did, they would be the goals my wife and I have not Military Sealift Command, London. A 1982 graduate of Bradford County celebrating her 5th birthday Thurs- HAPPY BIRTHDAY JESSIE!!'
necessarily what you and your husband or wife will choose.Instead, I wantto United Kingdom.A High School, he joined the Marine day, September 4.
suggest some general areas to set specific goals in. You may not agree 1973 graduate of the University Corps in February 1983. HAPPY BIRTHDAY DANAttll!!!! VOTE NICHOLS.
with all of these or you may want to add to them. That's fine, but at least of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, with a .,- J'" -- -.
consider them before you throw the paper away. Bachelor of Business Administration -
1. GOALS FpR YOUR KIDS Every parent I know has certain traits degree, and a 1983 graduate of
they would like to see in their children. Things such as kindness, self.rFsp the University of Georgia Athens,
t, confidence, a proper view of success and a solid concept of GA, with a Master of Business! Ad.
spiritual things. Yet,we often fail to evaluate what we are or are not doing ministration degree, he Joined the TOWN BROOKERThe
to help them become such a person. Look at what "kind" of person you Navy in May 1973.
would like to see them grow. into. Then, decide what you must do to help Stephen E. Spell
2. GOALS FOR YOUR FINANCES I will not say much about this since Receives Rank PromotionNavy
there are hundreds of books related to this topic. However,it has been my Petty Officer 3rd Class
experience that most couples I speak with never read those books. And Stephen E. Spell, son of Henry E. & Proposed Operating Budget Expen-
most of them never set any future financial goals. I'm not suggesting this Judith D. Spell of Hampton, has
should become the passion of your life. Scripture has much to say about been promoted to his present rank ditures of the Town of Brooker are 3.7% more
that subject.Simply make sure your family is happy now and will be in the while serving at Naval Security
future. If you're not. make some realistic plans to improve. Group Activity Misawa, Japan.A than last year's total operating expenditures.Blake .
1983 graduate of Bradford Coun-
ty High School,he joined the Navy in
February 1984.
Did You Know........... .. .. Hamilton
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The results of last weeks duplicate .
bridge game are as follows: NS1.. Mayor
Evelyn Griffin Ida Shaw;; 2. Jackie THANK YOUI
& Milts Starnes.
EW1.. Mike & Mabel Faikel; 2.
Jack & Louise Burnette. C.J. Stalnaker

Members and guests of the I wish to thank the voters in District 4 for Chairman to Council
Methodist Women Sunday School
Class celebrated the birthday of their tremendous, support in giving me the

with Twila lunch Kirschner at the and China Joyce. Restaurantlast Telken lead vote for their County Commissioner.

week. Again I ask Linda Robinson
Two weeks ago they celebratedthe your support on September
birthdays of Lucile Godwin and 30 to secure this lead in the run-off vote. I Clerk to CouncilGENERAL
Carolyn Eaves at the Western Steer.
can only express my gratitude by pledging

again my BEST to represent your desiresas FUND REVENUE

your representive.

I You made the "Right Choice", lets do It Estimated Revenue October 1,1986 through September 30, 1987

CROSBY again on September 30th.

sipi, 9 Joe Riddick State Revenue -------- --------------------$ .

Local Option Gas-------------------------------- .. 8,750.00

.. Pd Pot Adv .. -. ... .. One half cent sales----------------------------- 8,000.00
-, . .
Advalorum Taxes--------------------------------- 1,500.00
Occuptional Taxes-------------------------------- 300.00
Mobile Home Lic---------------------------------- 180.00

Building permits--------------------------------- 450.00

Beverage Lic.---------------------------------- 30.00

Fines Bonds and Forfietures--------------------- 1,000.00

Sanitation Fees---------------------------------- 8,000.00

One half of dump station keeper------------------ 1,350.00

NOTICEOF Bradford County Recreation funds----------------- 500.00

Bradford County Fire Department------------------ 1,200.00
Interastc/d/( Money Market Now ) ---------------- 2,000.00

------------------------------------ 1,500.00

From Fund Balance-------------------------------- 5 000.00
$ ,760.00


Estimated Expenditures October 1, 1986 through September 30, 1987

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BUDGET General Administration _________________________$25,687.00Streets 13,000.00Parks

and lights------------------------------
-------------- 1,300.00
and Recreations ------------
HEARING Maintenance ____________________________________ 4,350.00
Sanitation Department __________________________ 7,880.00
--------------- 5,138.00
Fire Department -----------------
Police Department. ______________________________ 7,405.00
The TOWN OF BROOKER has tentatively

adopted a budget for 198687. WATER REVENUE FUND

I Estimated Revenue October 1, 1986 through September 30, 1987

A public hearing to make a FINAL DECISIONon Revenue Sharing--------------------------------$ 9,500.00

Water Collections ----------------- 1,300.00
the budget AND TAXES will be held on
Interest ( Now Money Market Reserve ) ---------- 2,000.00

SEPTEMBER 9, 1986, 7:30: p.m. at the Town Fund Balance -----------------------------------$34,500.00WATER 10000.00

, :. Hall.



Estimated Expenditures October 1, 1986 through September 30, 1987

Farmers Market---------------------------------$ 600.00
1 .' *.. =
'' Maintenance to Chlorinator-------------------- 1,000.00

Blake Hamilton ::}: ,':A Chlorinator Class C Operator----------------- 3,000.00

y :"v One half Postage billing----------------------- 150.00
Mayor One half of s-bi1ling---------------------- 200.00
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>._ ? ', p. t Insurance on tank -------------------------- ---- 1,000.00
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', = f. Bond-C1erk------------------------------------- 30.00 ;;

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set here on Bradford field.The the running back picture with David Hamilton, Cory Strong, says Coach Godwin.
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season opener in which the Tornado junior Darrin Patterson. They are a first year senior who came out in stressing consistency and
footballers face a quick, tough Class three good athletes, Hurse pointsout the spring, was Injured, and returned cohesiveness with the Tornado
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Hurse Looking Forward to 6 86 I

From Page 8A the players don't yet feel comfortable Wiggins who played part-time at al.
week,is developing into a fine center in their positions, says Coach strong side end and rover back. Vote and Elect
and a fine team leader, says Coach Mike Sexton. Weak side tackle Dennis Cumm-
Godwin. Reggie Leverson, offensive For example, veteran defensive ings "1 though last Friday night had
wcaksidc tackle, is showing he can tackle Billy Harrell, a senior, has his best practice," Coach Sexton
be a dominating player, the coach been switched to strong side says. "And, the carried on the same
bays. linebacker and simply isn't yet comfortable type of play this week I think Dennisis
Guards Allen Wood and Eric Naz- in the new post really doing to come around be a TerryGAINES
worth remain steady performers. Slow coming around is linebackerRon big help'
Backups Mike Elder and Gary Wise Brown, who missed the spring
have shown Improvement this week. with a knee injury.Brown finally got Defensive Secondary... ,
Strong side tackles Brian Barton the go-ahead to play a week into fall The defensive secondary has two
a.id Andy Tison,both first year men, practice, but he's slow coming returning players, free safety Cory
have been spotty with their play around after the long idleness, both Strong and cornerback David
because of health problems. Tison Coaches Hurse and Sexton pointed Hamilton, and two kids up from the
has looked better after returning out.The junior varsity,Brian Davis and Dar- .
from the flu. rin Patterson. ""
good news is that Brown can '
Tight end David Williams is more play. The knee, from which the car Plus, first year senior Robbie r' '
aggressive and has really improved, tilage between cushioning the kr.ee Mcltae, injured in the spring and Commissioner
and he is catching the ball well, joint was removed, doesn't pain back this fall, will play safety Mike City /
Coach Godwin says. Backup TE is Brown. The knee swells!: a bit, but Gray, playing rover back now, will
Malachi Jenkins. that is taken care of with ice,'ouch also see: action as the varsity safety, Group 3 \e-------. .-. ---.--.
Showing new fould aggression are Sexton says. says Coach Charlie Simpkins. ,
Junior Mike Stillwell and sophomoreEd Starters in the jamboree .
Douglas, the coach says. "You couldn't ask to have two better !bably be Cory Strong at free safety, \v
Over-all,the depth of the offensiveline linebackers than Hon Brown and and David Hamilton and Darrin Pat
is fairly good, with three deep Gary Wise," Sexton says, "They'vejust terson at the corners.
players knowing each position' by got to start playing like the The secondary is improving Don't be misled by the claims of any candidatethat
learning more than one position, calibre of players they are" steadily but will be severely tested
Coach Godwin points out. The offen- Keys to the defense are the four Sept 12 against the run and shoot offense they are solely responsible for the funding of
sive line is progressing well,he says. returning starters, Billy Ilariell, of a quick Monticello team,
Ron Brown, Gary Wise, and Greg Coach Simpkins points out.
The Defense... any local project. A majority decision of the entire

A key factor on the defense Is that ELECT NICHOLS
commission is required for passage on any issue.

School Menus With an office in Starke and being self

September 8.12 JAMBOREEHampton I employed, I am accessible to all the people of

Monday Bradford Chicken Elem.Noodle&Middle,cheese School Mix turnip Starke anytime of the day and can devote the time

greens peaches,cornbread,milk.
law Tuesday,fruit Barbecue cello milk on bun buttered corn cole City Park, I necessary to best serve our city.
Wedneiday: Pig In the blanket, baked beans
garden salad,lull cup,milk.
beans Thundny applesauce Fish portions,hot rolls,french milk. fries green Sept. 6 5:30 to 12|
*applesauce rlda>t Pizza cake mixed milk.Bradford.vegetables pear halves, I am eager to be a part of Starke's growth and

High School CANCER DRIVE redevelopment and will vote on all issues in a
Monday' Beef a rod!,cheese stlx,green beam
apple crisp,hot rolls,milk. manner which is in the best interest of all of
Tueidayi Whaler on a bun french fries coleslaw Reason for drive [
chocolate cake milk
Wednesday Tacos, beef It cheese, lettuce will I Starke.
. be at the
explained park
';' tomato butlerd.corn,peaches,cookie milk
: Thursday Beef vegetable soup cheese toast
_. fruit cup brownie,milk.
: Friday Fried chicken mashed potatoes &
:' gravy turnip greens,applesauce cake hot rolls Concession Stand Open
:: milk. With your help I will be the kind of commis-

j LIVE MUSIC sioner you can be proud of, dedicated, hard work-

-'. Country Gospel BluegrassIn ing and fair with an open mind.

::...:.: CROSBY Case of Rain Come to Fire StationNO

.'- ALCOHOL OR DRUGS Vote September 9th for Terry Gaines

H Your Commissioner for Group 3

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The Bradford County proposed operating

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Telephone Rentals: Your ticketto Commissioners are 1.090/0 less than the 1985.86

full service. Fiscal Year Total Operating Expenditures. :

Rent a phone from Centel,and you don't pay a cent for parts or labor.If I"I

something goes wrong,just bring your phone in.Well fix it free.
Or if you'd rather, well make housecalls for a nominal fee.The cost to

rent is minimal,too.Just$3.50 a month rents a newlbuch-Call phone. Gilbert Brown, .

And any services necessary to keep it ringing true. Clerk to the Board
Thlephone rentals. It's just one of the ways Centel keeps you well- ",,
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connected.get the ticket to full service,call your Centel Service ;r. '

Representative .
.' E.L. Norman, .,:
Lease fee fur certain models'-tiRers premise..visits at no additional iliarje I
Chairman of Board '
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Notice of Application property' described. in such cerh'cDI.tor-, --name of Western Auto 312 W. Call M -- Dated this 12 day of Augusl/, A.D.: In A.M. the undersigned Gator
For Tax Deed certificates, will be sold to the highest Stork., Florida 32091 Intends to Brod'ord County Freightways, Inc., will sell at public auction -
Legal NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that R.C.Dampi. bidder at .the court house door on the register said fictitious name under the 8/14/tcli9 9/4 for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville
... the holder of the following 17th day of September 1986 at II;:00 aforesaid statute. Flo., one lot of man hole covers

certificates has filed said certificates for a.m.Dated Dated this 15 day of August, A.D. NOTICE OF: INTENTION consigned to Culpepper West Palm
a tax deed to be Issued .thereon. Th.certificate this 29th day of July 1986. 1986, In Bradford County. TO REGISTER Beach to' satisfy' freight and stoiage
Notices numbers and years of issuance, GILBERT BROWN CLERK 8/214tchg 9/11 I FICTITIOUS NAME charges, under the provisions of Section
the description of the properly and the Signature: BY: Beulah M. Moody Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida 4b) of Uniform Standard Bill of lading.
Clerk of Circuit Court of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Gator Freightways Carrier
names In which It was assessed are as Statutes, notice Is hereby given that theundersigned ?
NOTICE follows: Hilda D. Johnson Susan L.
APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF Certificate No.... 114 8/14 41chg 9/4 BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. Sheets. Patricia' R. Johnson Rt. 3, Box 8/282tchg 9/4
PROPERTY .... .- .. ----. .- -- CASE NO.: 86-322 322, .
ABANDONED Year of Issuance 1983 --- Keystone Heights, joint owners, doIng --- ---
Description of Property...#3322 lot 1 of IN THE COUNTY COURT OF IN RE: The Marriage of business' under the firm name of NOTICE OF AUCTION
Pursuant to Section I3. Chapter 717 Blk 15 In L.T. 8 COS S/D. Sec.28: BRADFORDCOUNTY CAROLYN LYNN MclENDON, AAA Doll Bonding Agency, 1755 N. Temple NOTICE I. hereby given that on Mon
Florida, Statutes, entitled "Florida Twp.6-S.R.22. CASE NO. 84.310.SP Wife, Ave, Storke, Inl.ndsla register said day September 8, 1986 at 10:00; o'clock
Disposition, of Unclaimed Property Act", Name In which assessed..Clarence FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK andR.E. fictitious name .under the aforesaid A.M. the undersigned Gator
WilliamsAll Plaintiff McLENDON, statute. Freightways, Inc., will sell at public auction
that the
notice' is hereby given
persons Hu.bond.NOTICE .
listed below appear to be owners a.unclaim.d of said property being in the County vs. OF SUIT-NO PROPERTY Dated. this 12th. day of August, AD. for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville
of Bradford, State of Florida. PAUL L. JENKINS, 1986 In Bradford County Fla, one lot of roll carpet consigned
personal abandoned.or Intangible THIS DOES pro. Unless such ceitificote, or certificates' De'.ndanl.NOTICE' TO' R.E RESIDENCE McLENDON UNKNOWNYOU 8/14 41chg 9/4 to lorry Boyd Cape Coral, Fla.. to ,
perty presumed shall be redeemed according to low the OF SHERIFF'S SALE that -. satisfy freight and storage charges,
On action --
NOT REAl property described In such certificate or NOTICE 'IS HEREBY GIVEN that I, DolphE. for Dissolution of has under the provisions' of Section 4b( ) of
Notice of Names of Persons Appearinglobe Reddish Sheriff. of Bradford Uniform Standard Bill of Lading
certificates will be sold to the highest County
been filed, against you and you are required NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon
bidder at the court house door on the Florida undtii and by virtue of a Writ of Gator Freightways, Inc., Carrier
to serve a copy your writtendefenses day Septembers, 1986 at 10:00: oclockA.M.
Owners of Abandoned Property'Ethridge 17th day of September 1966 at 11:00: Execution heretofore Issued out of the If 01-819962 dtd 6/9/86 I
to It, on thePetitioner'sWife's the Gator
any undersigned
FK. Roule 3, Box 273 Starke.fL above entitled court, in the abovestyledcause 8/28 2tchg 9/4
m.Dated attorney, whosename Freightways, Inc., will sell at public auction
32091. 026719850001. this 29th day of July 1986 have levied the following
upon and address Is: for cash at 2iOO Lloyd Rd., Jackson.villa -r-- -
Harmon Thomas, Address Unknown GILBERT S. BROWN CLERK property situate,, lying and being In RA Green Jr. Fla., one lot of brass headboard NOTICE OF AUCTION
Starke FL 32091. 0349.1985.0212. Signature: BY: Beulah Moody Bradford County Florida to.wit: Green & Hobbs P.A. consigned to George Gerhordt Bran NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon
Hartman Lee C.. P.O. Box 215H Clerk of Circuit Court of I lot 208.75 feel square lying in the P.O. Drawer 938 day September 8, 1986, at 10:00 o'clock
don, Fla., to satisfy freight and storage
Lawtey. FL 32058.0025.19850162.Thamp.on. Bradford County Florida SW coiner' of NW 1,4 of SW 1/4. Section Starke, Florida 32091 charges, under the provisions of Section A.M. the undersigned, Gator ,
Calvin E. Address 8/14! 41chg 9/4 IB, Township 6. South Range 22 East and 'file the original with the Clerk of .the 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of Lading.! f-ielghtways, Inc., will sell at public auction -
Unknown Starke. FL 32091 Public Recoids ol Bradford County. for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville
--- ------- -- above'styled Court on or before Gator Freightways, Inc., Carrier
0349.19850518. Florida, September 24, 1986; otherwise a |judge Pro. 01 822874 dtd 6/23/86 Fla.. one lot of methyl alchole consigned .
Thompson Donald A. Address Notice of Application as the property' of the above-named merit may be entered against you for the S/28/2tchg 9/4 to Atlantis Country Club Atlantis .
Unknown Starke. FL 32091. For Tax Deed Defendant, and .that on the 15th day of relief demanded In the Petition. .. Fla., to satisfy freight and storage
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0349.1985.0520. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that R.C. September 1986 Monday, at 2.00 p.m. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said charges, under the provisions of Section
County 14 Totals. 28540 Dampier the holder of the following certificates on the pieml&es. of the Bradford County Court on this 6th day of August 1986. 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of Lading.
has filed said certificates, for a Sheriffs Office I will offer for sole and GILBERT S. CLERK NOTICE OF AUCTION Gator FreighlwaysInc.' Carrier
Information concerning the amount or BROWN
tax deed to be Issued thereon The certificate sell 'to the highest, bidder for cash In BY Linda L Pearce NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday 02.726289 dtd 6/25/86
description of the property (such as : September 8. 1986 at 10 00 o'clock
numbers and years of issuance hand, the above described property as Clerk : 8/28 2tchg 9/4
unclaimed checking accounts, savings the description of the property and .the the property' of the said Defendant to Deputy A.M. the undersigned Gator .
accounts utility deposit', stocks, bonds, Bl44tchg94NOTICE Freightways, Inc. will sell at public auction -
names In which It was assessed are as satisfy said Execution ___.._____.__ NOTICE OF AUCTION
,insurance refunds, safe deposit boxes, follows: DOLPH E. REDDISH SHERIFF __ n ._ for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville that Monday
NOTICE he-.by on
etc) and the names and addresses of Certificate No....135 BRADfORD COUNTY, FLORIDA OF INTENTIONTO Fla., one lot of Ink markers consigned September I. fe, 1986 given at 10.00: o'clock
the holder of such personal propertymay Year of Issuance.....1983 BY: Dolph E. Reddish. REGISTER to R.J. Enterprises, New Port A.M. the undersigned, Gator
be obtained by any person possessing Description of Property...#4308 Com at 8/21 4tchg9/11 FICTITIOUS NAME Rlchey, to satisfy' freight and storage Freightways, Inc., will sell at public auction -
an interest in the property by addressing NE Cor of NW 1/4 of SE 1/4 & Run W charges, under the provisions of Section Rd. Jacksonville
Pursuant Section 665 Florida for cash 2600
-- ---- --- to 09, at Lloyd
to Gerald Lewis, 210FT for P.B Then Run S 105FT W 4b( ) of. Uniform Standard Bill of Lading.
an inquiry a
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that. the Fla., one lot of chaise lounge and
Stole Comptroller Attn: Abandoned 210FT, N 105FT E 210FT to POB Sec 32 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO undersigned Frederick W. Sackett, Star Gator Freightways, Inc., Carrier chair consigned to Jeffry A. Llbbert
Property Section 202 Blount Street TWP 6 S, R-22 REGISTER Rt. Box 54, Hampton Flo., 32044. doing 03-807383 did. 5/20/86 Palm Beach Fla., to satisfy 'freight and
Tallahassee Florida 32399.0350 Name in which assessed .Flora FICTITIOUS NAME business under the firm name of United 8/28 2tchg 9/4 storage charges, under the provisions of
Jacksonville office Mulberry Estate Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida --.--.--------.-.---.---
((904)487-0510.) The Realty of Starke, 1640 a. S. Walnut Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of
telephone number Is (904) 359.6085. Be All of said property being in the. Coun Statutes' notice is hereby given that the Starke Fin., Intends to register said fictitious Lading.
sure to mention the account number ty of Bradford State of Florida. undersigned Tarry Minx, Lot 27 Doer- name under the atoresaid NOTICE OF AUCTION. Gator Freightways, Inc., Carrier
AFTER the name as published In this Unless such certificate, or certificates' foot Trail Lake Sampson, Florida sole statute. NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday Pro. 03.810812 dtd 6/5/86
notice 'Unless ownership' isnraftented shall be redeemed according, to low the owner, doing business under the firm September 8, 1986 at 10,00 o'clock 8/28 2tchg 9/4
ta the holder:hw November 1 .
1986, the property twill, be delivered for
custody to the Comptroller of Florida.
Thereafter all further claims must be Custom from
Calling Centel
directed to the Comptroller GERALD of Florida.LEWIS keeps

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NOTICE is hereby given that on Mon
day September 22, 1986 at 1000
o'clock AM., the undersigned Gator
Freightways Inc., will sell at public auc
lion for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville

Flo., one lot of household items, Call Waiting.
consigned to Antonio Exposito Miami
Florida to satisfy freight and storage
charges. under the provisions of Section4b
( ) of Uniform, Standard Bill of Lading. Breakthrough 'r--

Gator Freightways. Inc., Carrier r
02.729290 did 7/11 I/86 the -a.
9/04 2tchg 9/11 by play.With ?

Call Waiting, there's no waiting to be reached when
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR your line is busy. Jt

BRADFORDCOUNTYFLORIDA. Calls get right through because a "beep beep" signals W '
CASE NO.: 86.74.CP ((1.3758)) another caller the line. That
IN RE: The Estate of on way you don't miss importantnews

DAVID FRAZIER and important news doesn't miss you. ,
Deceased. )'
administration of the Estate of
DAVID FRAZIER Deceased, File No.:
86.74.CP ((1.3758)), It pending In the Circuit ; .74
Court for Bradford County Florida ,
Probate Division, the address of which Is

Bradford County Courthouse. Starke ,
Florida 32091.
The names and addresses of the personal '
representative and the personal '* .

representative ittorney are set forth
below ..
Interested persons are required to A'b t a
file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON.
'J'JCall I a ae
NOTICE: ((1)I) all claims against the estate
and ((2)) any objection| by an Interested S A
pi son to whom notice was mailed that
challenges the validity of the will the

qualifications of the personal representative Forwarding.

., venue or jurisdiction of Ih.Court. .

a Things out when
Publication of this Notice has begunon a '

September 4, 1986. calls keep
i your
Attorney for Personal Representative: {

R.A. Green Jr., Esquire .
GREEN A HOBBS P, A. '4" Call Forwarding means your calls go at the same

P.O. Drawer 938 ; i ; pace you do.Because.

((904)Starke.) 964-5700 Florida 32091 ws., ".f'' by dialing a simple code, you can automatically

R. A. GREEN, JR. 'Js \ ., fl' transfer them to any local number where you'll

Personal Representative: 4 be. Or when you leave town, to the home of a friend or

MOZELL FRAZIER relative So to unfriendly callers, it seems like you're

1503 N. Grand !Street a home even when you're not.
Starke. FL 32091 li
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CASE NO.: 86.75.CP ((1.3759)) tl-
IN RE: The Estate of .'
Deceased. ,." .

administration of the Estate of
File No.: 86-75-CP ((1.3759)), Is pending In
the Circuit Court for Bradford County
Florida Probate Division, the address of Speed Calling.

which Is Bradford County Courthouse, "f",
Starke, Florida 32091.
The names and addresses of the personal Bails out of ,
representative and the personal you f.
representative's attorney are set forth
below. emergencies fast. :
Interested persons or. required to ; s

file, with this Court WITHIN THREE MON .
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS When you've no time to lose, Speed Calling plunges you right / s. ..

NOTICE: ((1)I) all claims against the estate, into your next call.
and ((2) objection by an Interested
person to any whom not.ce was mailed that One or two number dialing connects you to people quick and

challenges the validity of the will, th. easy. Whether it's the friend you call most often, or the important

qualifications, venue of, or the jurisdiction personal representative of th.Courl. call for help you make just once. a .

SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Call today to find out more about all the Centel Custom S J tQ

Publication of this Notice has begunon features. Ask of service
September 4. 1986. Calling one our representatives how we

Attorney for Personal Representative: can help you become better connected ,.

R, A. Green Jr., Esquire
P.O. Drawer 938 -
Starke, Florida 32091 /

(V04)) 964-5700 .
R A. GREEN. JR. ...

Personal Representative: -'. 1 A ':'_ I .
3569 Vista De La Orilla ., "
San Diego, Calif., 92117 \
THORNTON Where connect. I ;
GERALDINE 9 42tcha9.II s : ? i O Cenlel 1986r .

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'I Legal Notices d.', :Heplrmbera,111H8; nUGRAPIl: *. I "Page'II.\ I

AGAINST YOU: Defendants
NOTICE OF AUCTION Font Half (El/2)1 ) of Nnrthw'w't Quarter NOTICE OF ACTION; set 'forth 'In the Final Judgment to
N01 ICE It h.r.by given! that on Mon (NW1/4)) of Southeast Quarter (SE1/4)) CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE: PROPERTYTO wit:
day September 8, 1986 at 10.00 o'clock Northeast Quarter(NE1/4)of Section 28, : CLYDE HOGAN, :lot 31 'of DEERWOOD, at plat
A.M. the Township 6 South Range 22 East, recorded per
underdgnedi Gator excepta 921 Moron In Plat Book: 3, Page 34 of the
Frelghtwayi. Inc., will tell at public auc strip 105 feet wide off North end Toledo, Ohio 43607 public. records of Bradford County,
lion lor cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jackson YOU ARE REQUIRED TO FILE YOUR
ville, Fla., on. lot ol printed matter consigned WRITTEN DEFENSES If ANY WITH THE and Florida.
to Elisabeth Warren Lake Worth CLERK OF THIS COURT ON OR BEFORE DATED this 19th day of August 1986. -

Florida to satisfy freight and storage September 18, 19B6. You must also serve WILLIAM J. HOGAN JR. GilBERT BROWN. ClerkBY I [TICK EPISCOPAL CHURCH
charges, under the provisions of Section a copy of them upon the attorney for 3509 Whl legate Drive : Linda L. Pearce
4b( ) of Uniform petitioner whose name and address It Deputy Clerk
Bill of Toledo P O Box 487
Lading. Ohio 43607 a2t2N Church Sltm ,
listed a Si.tkt FlomU J2OTI Ofllc:.,9M 9644126. ,
Gator Frelghtwayi, Inc.,Carrier below.IF 8/28 2tchg 9/4 fteclory' : tot 9M 4M1
Pro 03.808418 dtd 5/23/86 YOU FAIL TO DO SO a Default YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for -....--.--.--.---.-- God Willing

8/29 2tchg 9/4 Judgment may be entered against you partition of the following property In IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR The Rev. Gilbert T. Crosby
-.. -.-.... granting the relief taught In the petition. Bradford County Florida BRADFORD
Will Be Installed
WITNESS my hand and the Seal of the Rectorof
Thirteen ((13)) lest, In
acres more or PROBATE DIVISION
NOTICE OF AUCTION Court on this 12 day Gilbert of August, 1986.Clerks' the West part of the NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of File Number 86.57-CP((1.3746)) St. Mark's Episcopal Church
S. Brown
NOTICE herby given that on Mon Section 27, Township 6 South Range 22 Division ProbateIN Starke, FloridaAt
day September 8, 1986. at 10:00: o'clock By: Beulah Moody East, bounded on the North by land of A
ClerkR. RE: ESTATE OF Celebration of The Holy Eucharist
A.M., the Deputy
Gator John Pullen, on the East by land of Conway -
Frelghtways, Inc. will A. Green Jr., Esquire JAMES F. STROBLE, Monday
sell at public auc on the West by land of Powell- September 8, 1986
I tion for cash at 2600 lloyd Rd., Jacksonville GREEN P. O. Drawer ft HOBBS 938 P. A. Smith Company, and on the South by Deceased NOTICE Beginning: at Seven-Thirty in the EveningWe
Florida, one 'lot of table and legs State Road No. 48 (now state Road 16)). OF ADMINISTRATION
215 W. St. The
consigned to Atlantic Washington administration of the estate of
Data Furniture, hat been filed against and or.r.qulr.d .
you you
Tampa, Fla., to Starke, FL 32091 JAMES F. STROBLE. deceased File wish to invite the
satisfy freight' and to serve a copy of your written People of Starke
storage charges, under the provisions of 904/964.5700 defenses, If any, to It on Eugene F. Number 86.57.CP 1-3746, Is pending In and of Bradford County to
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF the Circuit us as we
Court for
Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of Shaw, Plaintiffs Attorney whose address Bradford County,
lading. 8/14 4t.hg 9/4 It 92S-E North Temple Avenue, Florida, Probate Division, the address of celebrate this event in the life of

Gator Frelghtways, Inc.,Carrier IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH Starke, Florida 32091, on or before which Is Bradford County Courthouse Our Parish and Our CommunityVITO'S
Pro. 14.773684 dtd 6/10/86 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR September 29, 1986 and file the original addresses Starke, Florida, 32091, The names and
8/28 2tchg 9/4 BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA with the clerk of this court either before and the personal representative -
CASENO.:86.357CAIN service on Plaintiff's attorney or Immediately personal representative'sattorney
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH thereafter otherwise are set forth below >COUPPW : COUPON?.
RE: The Marriage of ; a
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR All Interested persons are required to
default will be entered for
DONALD C. DUNCAN, against you
BRADFORD CO'JNTY, FLORIDA. the relief demanded In the file with this court, WITHIN THREE MON.
Hu.band.and complaint or PIZZA
COLLEY : ) against the estate
DATED this 26 of
Plaintiff, JOANN Wife. GREEN DUNCAN, on day GILBERT August S. BROWNAs 1986. and ((2)) any objection by an Interested 105 Edward Road Starke, Florida
v. person to whom notice was mailed Ihalchall.nge.
J. F. KICKLITER, et. at., NOTICE OF ACTION, Clerk of the Court the validity of the will, the ,
Defendants. CONSTRUCIiVfe SERVICE: NO PROPERTYTO By: Linda L. PearceAs qualifications of the porsonal representative For Fast Tak -Out

NOTICE OF ACTION TO QUIET TITLE : DONALD C. DUNCAN Deputy Clerk venue, or jurisdiction of the .
TO REAL PROPERTY 311, Stockton Street 8/28 2tchg 9/4 court "
TO The known Jacksonville, FL 32201 -----
: and unknown heir.of ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NO I
spelled "KICKLIGHTER") and MARIA L. dissolution of marriage hat been filed IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA, Publication of this NOTICE has begunon 9645509HOURS
I KICKLITER. his wife, both deceased; and against you and you ore required to EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Thursday, August 28. 1986
all of the known serve of written defenses. If .
and unknown heirs of a copy your IN AND FOR Personal Representative: -- -
the following persons, all believed to be any to It on Eugene F, Shaw Wltv't at BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA CONNIE S. STROBLE Sun Thurs 11.00- 10 00
deceased whose address I. 925.E NorthTempe CASE NO: 86-169 254 Westmoreland.Lot 2 Fri a Set 11:00- 1200
J. F. KICKLITER. MRS. EDNA B. Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091, FORTUNE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND Starke, Florida 32091
THOMAS widow MARIAN KICKLITER. on or before September 26. 1986and file Attorney for Personal
LOAN ASSOCIATION, formerly Representative: Back
widow, DOROTHY CLAIRE KICKLITER. the original with the clerk of this court GUARANTY FEDERAL SAVINGS TERRY N. SILVERMAN, Esquire To School SpecialBuy
single, HAZEL KICKLITER and HUSBAND either before service on WI..'.attorneyor AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 605 Northeast First Street Suite G
MRS. BARBARA E. CONWAY, widow Immediately thereafter; otherwise a GAINESVILLE Gainesville, Florida 32601
MRS. CARRIE SUDDATH and husband, default will be entered against you for Plaintiff Telephone: ((904)) One Large 18" Pizza
CARL SUDDATH, MRS. ALLIE STRANGE the relief demanded In the peltlon. vs. 377.0770Bn8 2tchg 9/4
and husband T.E. STRANGE, MRS. FAN DATED on this 26 day of August, 1986. .
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CUNNINGHAM G.W. THOMAS. JR. At Clerk of the Court as HAL8ROOK Personal,Representative of the Get One FREESmall
and wife, E. AUDREY THOMAS, PAULINE BY: Beulah Moody
Estate of John Joseph Banister ELECT NICHOLS
THOMAS EDENFIELD and husband, G. L. At Deputy Clerk
as heirs
THOMAS, S.C. KICKLITER and wife, 4fchg minor, and JOHN CEREE BANISTER, a 12" Cheese Pizza

ETHEL MAE KICKLITER, and all person.claiming minor GOSPEL SING & REVIVAL
by, through under or against IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH Defendants Coupon Good thru Sept. 15 1986 |
them, their heirs, successor, trustees, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR NOTICE OF SALE BY CLERK at the ,
grantees or assigns who claim or may BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Church of God of Prophecy On Mon. Tues. & Wed. Only
the Final Judgment entered in this case,
claim Interest In the described
an parcelof
CASE NO. 8621CA 2138 N.
: Avenue
land. dated August 19, 1986, that I will sell to Temple
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED AN ACTION R.Plaintiffvs. V. DURRANCE the highest and best bidder for cash In Sept. 6 thru 12 Sorry, No Delivery -

TO QUIET TITLE TO THE FOLLOW. the First Floor Lobby of the Bradford Life Gate Singers Call Ins and Pick Up
ING LAND IN STARKE BRADFORD County Courthouse In Starke. Florida, at Rev.
1986 the following described property

Ifjf playground MOT for Saints AttendBRADFORD

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FURNITURE "When You Care Enough
"Flowers for All Occasions"U.S. Seeber Goodman & Personnel
to Send the Very Best"Near
301 South 1011 N. Temple Avenue Lisa and Jeff bound for class.Is Kim & Jan Johnson Bradford Sq Shopping Center

964-7954 964-5899 it Chemistry they have next period Or Political 964-6776
Science? Or are they on their way to History?

POWELL'S BOWEN'S Our photographer neglected to find out-but that DEWITT C. JONES FLORI LAND
doesn't really matter.
DAIRY FREEZE PEST CONTROL"Draw We are alt on our way to History.That is the record .'. FUNERAL HOME REALTY
of men and women-their beliefs and values and Distinguished, Caring Service Worship at the Church
"Home of the Footlong Steak" Nigh to God and He aspirations-and what they eventually do with their for Over 50 Years of Your Choice This Week

1212 N. Temple Will Draw Nigh to You" James 4:8: lives. .r.. Steve & Cindy Futch & Staff J.D. Jr. & Vernle P. Odom
Whether Lisa and Jeff will be facing tomorrow = j
964-5211 473-3176 .
9646567BRADFORD 514 E. Nona 964-6200-Keystone 393 N. Temple Ave. 964.7700
together or separately they have come to college witha
common purpose.They want to become to the fullest
TITLE DIMPLE'S extent possible the persons God intends them to be. BEST WESTERN COMMISSARY

For millions of our young people that is their ear
& ABSTRACT"We STYLE SHOP nest reverent aim. And Sunday, when there are no l
classes they'll be on their way to Church. "The Best Way to Go" Price Is Right"
encourage you to worshipthis Dimple Overstreet & Staff Management & Employees
117 S. Thompson Street CoeyngM 9M Kwtfff Wiitumi Nupw,6.u PO Do.5006 CNMMMN. .VAJ.- State Road 225 at US 301 lawtey
week & week"
every ... 1290 N. Temple Avenue96t6744
SoffMufM StfwMd tiy Amwtfan B* tarry 782-3017
964-6881 964-5780


DODGE INC. 'h t We Rebuild Starters, Service that is Distinguished,
"Serving You First" Alternators & Generators Professional Thoughtful
"We're Committed to Serving You" 441 W. Madison Street Sunday I. '
Auto Marine Cycle Batteries 802 N. Oak 964-7905
U.S. 301 South Nehemiah + rYt t 3
964.6081 964-5237 or 964-6313 8:1.12 1L h6 3 t 407 N. Temple 964-7911 Carl D. Haile

CEDAR RIVER GRIFFIS & SONS Monday Psalm tit ;'k, LYNN'S CUSTOM Stale cattr"rtnity;


Tuesday: ei ': PLASTERING INC. of Sturkc
Best Seafood in Town Encourage You to Attend Psalm A ;. ,
Worship Services at the Church 92:1-15: t "Your Complete Dry Wall, Plastering Starke's Only Home Owned

236 S. Temple Ave. of Your Choice" Wednesday 1 I 1 & Stuccoing Needs" Independent Bank
964-5685 IIS 301 North 984-5531 Isaiah L. i. Hwy. 16 Starke 964.5517 611 S. Walnut 964-7830
LETA'S FLORIDA Thursday xN vt t1


Family Hair Care Center" Friday Lti4' ; I l "24 Hour Wrecker Service" Management & Staff

114 N. Walnut Street Officers, Directors Luke 15.1-10 Il 987 N. Temple Avenue Hwy. 301 North

964.8113Chastain's &::Staff Saturday 964-6111 964.7500BEAUTIQUE

Luke 14
Jewelry NAPA AUTO 15:11-32:

Costume Jewelry, Cosmetics & TIRES & SERVICE
& Gift Gallery I PARTS STORE"All Fragrances for Men & Women Complete Tire Shop

Bibles, Gifts & Jewlery the Right PartsIn { Across from Bradford Square & Auto Repairs

104 W. Call Street All the Right Places" + A.rj 4I7C Edwards Road 402 N. Temple Hwy 301 N.

; 964-7271 155W. Brownlee Rd. 964-6060 :f31.dJ.4s 964-4077 964-6436


South 301 Plaza
"Spend A Night "Worship This Week and Mandarin & Szeohuan Cuisine Complete Auto Parts "Quality Work for Less'

Not A Fortune Every Week at the Church of 1900 N. Temple Avenue & Auto Paint State Road 100 South (Across from Norman's Market)
Your Choice"IOIIN.
Hwy. 301 N. 964-7600 Temple 864-6461 964-7681 660 N. Walnut St. 964-5844 964-5263 964-7434



'7.77 Every PairEvery Day All of Us at Western Steer "Love Is Good For You" Superior Quality Homesat Catfish Johnson & Employees .
Open 6 Days We encourage you to 107 E. Call Street
Affordable Prices
925A N. Temple Avenue
U.S. 301 South
worship at your church every week. Mark Mullins & Employees
Hwy. 301 South 964-6633
4178 Edward Road 964-4071 164-1061 964-4582


FAMILY HAIR &Lou Blueberry Ann's Azalea FarmAll This feature is made possible by the APPLIANCE RENTAL ANDREWS DRUGS

DESIGNERSPrecision Nature S'nas'! of Jesus above firms who are 100 % interestedin OF SiMHKb; a

Hair Cuttingfor South "Don't Get the Runaround Ervin Andrews r
Located oft 100 towards
the Entire Family Keystone take right on 24th this community. Rent at Hometown" 984717.9i
870 NW McMahon SI 964-7303 Street, follow signs 964-7109. 617 N. Temple 964-6424 .'

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I Public Hearing on Bradford County's $4.5 Million Budget Set I

The second and final public hear- slightly reduced millage is becausethe rescue service and for burying garbage department heads! who cut their '$10,000 was cut from the $15,000 maintenance* the quick responsefire
ini1, on Hitidlord County's $4.5 new lax roll is $184,929,715, up budgets three percent, as requested. Concerned Citizens request, cutting truck. And, emergency medical
million, / budget is set at 8 p.m, tonight some $10 million from last year's Meanwhile: dollars will be tight.In For instance, the commissionerssaid that organization's funding from training funds were cut $500.
I hursd>, Sept 4/. $174,552,097.At the new budget is$55,000 to give Sheriff Dolph Reddish cut $8,000 last year to $5 000 Starke "Gib, are we doing good??" Com-
The board cut $102,497 in a 3-hour- a first public hearing Aug 25, employees a five percent salary in- $22,000 including one new car. Mayor Charles Schaefer who is missioner Lawrence Mosley asked
plus work session July 21 It lull the the board tentatively approved the crease Challenged by Clerk Brown, the vice-president of the Concerned with $93,025 trimmed.
proposed budget$726,692 of expected 86-87 budget Barring unforseen cir- commissioners finally got down to Citizens, asked commissioners to do The board then trimmed:
incomeAnd Clerk Gib Brown, as! cumstances the budget will be final Culling the Budget.. an item-by-item check of the proposed what they could "That fine, $3,400 from future construction
promised came up with $726,692 in after tonight's public airing. During the past week the board budget. The night of July 21 they genetlemen. If you can eat steak, carryover funds.
carryover lunds to balance the new The commissioners don't want to asked all county officials and cut: that's fine. If you've got to eat hot- $1,272 from the Bradford-Union
Cudgel( Brown had told the commissioners increase property taxes because on- department heads to trim their The Starke recreation contribution dogs..." Schaefer said the Concerned Guidance Clinic
it they'd cut out $100,000, ly 2/3 or less of property owners pay budgets by three percent, leaving in in half, down to $4,000. Citizens also have $200 per month And $4,000 in other court costs,
he'd balance: the budget, property taxes because of the$25,000 the five percent pay Increases .$19,500 was slashed from the coming in HUD funds. bringing the total to $102,497
The actual carryover was close to homestead exemption.Still That left the budget with proposed clerk's reserve for contingencies. $6,500 was trimmed from the Clerk Brown said he'd spent
$800,000! and the $726,692 used! to badly in need of additional expenses still$787,000( more than expected .$5,000 was cut out of the Bradford county judges expenditures, in- several last Saturday afternoon cut-
balance the budget leaves! the county revenue the commission is lookingat income County Volunteer Fire Department cluding travel, dues, and reserve ting $100,000 from the budget as he'd
close to $70,000 in a slush fund for collecting delinquent license tag After cutting $102,497 by going request,and other volunteer depart- funds told the commission he could do.
emergencies! fees on mobile homes. A plan to through the budget item-by-item, ments were cut back $800, back to .$2,500 was trimmed from the Brown said the board cut most of the
The night of July 28 the board cer- locate every mobile home in the the budget was still $685,000 out of last year's level amount budgeted( for repair and same items he had cut.
tified its property tax levy of 8.907 county is being studied by the boa-d balance.
mills to Property Appraiser Jimmy and county officials.Commissioners .
Alvarez Ill is! not a tax increase, but also plan to beginin What Was Cut...? Reserve Seat Tickets Available at BHSReserve I
is the millage that will bring in the the near future charging each The commission expressed
amount of taxes as last year's county household for the expenses
same involved in providing gratitude to the county officials and seat tickets for the six to pay the $21 for them. After noon tickets will be on sale Friday for $3
J lev which was slightly higher. The emergency
home Bradford High football gamesare Wednesday the reserved seats not each. Bradford High plays the third
available at the high school Of- claimed will be offered for sale to and fifth quarters in the Jamboree
H BHS Jamboree Set in Starke FridayThe fic... other fans.Jamboree. which begins at 7:30: p.m. .

Previous holders of these tickets tickets aren't includedin For more information on season
West Nassau will kick off to In- The schools are taking turns! hav-
annual football until 10, the Jamboree football tickets 9646092.
preseason have noon Wednesday Sept. season passes. phone
jamboree, in which each of five tprlachcn in the first quarter. West! ing the jamboree, Coach David
teams will play two quarters of var- Nassau will receive from Palatka in Hurse says, and this is the Tor- ...
'ity competition, is set here at 7 p.m. the second period ol play. BUS will nadoes' turn. For years the jam-
boree held in
tomorrow (Friday Sept. 5)). was Palatka.
for the first
Warmups period
kick oft to Palatka the third
in at 6:45: THURS FRI SAT
Bradford High gridders are period. Interlachen will kick off to p.m.Admission is $3, and is not included FALL KICKOFF
scheduled to play th<' third quarter Ajgustme in the fourth quarter, -,--
in the BIIS season ticket price. ----- ----
against Palatka and the fifth quarter and SA will kick oil to BIIS in the "
agiiinst Augustine. filth quarter !H:' hl/



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ELECTRIC i EACH $4 190 Q i

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Christian: Combdian Jerry Clower receives key galvanizing for a long

to Starke from 1984.1985 Mayor- trouble-fr.ee Installation. life after Wrallg/erBrand 1 51Vk

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City of Hampton has tentatively adopted a ways to charge ( mom

budget for Fiscal Year 1987. A public hearing to HIGH WHEEL CART $10988

make a FINAL DECISION on the budget will be

held on September 8, 1986 at Hampton City Hall at -

7:00: p.m. .
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The following is a summary of The City of 4

Hampton Budget for the Fiscal Year Ending _

September 30,1987. '
62"Long x 43V4" ,
Wide x 30'High -
I 14 Cu Ft Capacity
I Heavy Duty'/.-Steel
Axle Pneumatic
I r Tires Carry 400 Lbs,
Category Total of r \ d Weatherproofed'Plywood Panels'

All Funds

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General Fund . . . . . . . $88,868.00 m -, Famous"AAtype"

General Fund Carryover . . . . . . 7,211.00 ,, .. .. ::: "" ::,..... RABBIT& SUPER 22 LRH piece plastic plastic wad and hull on.:1 .-
RABBIT1.0 \. .:'::' e..._; SQUIRREL: Hollow point 12gauge
Grand Total . . . . . . . . 96,079.00 SQUIRRELS. ,\ ;,L :; 12.Ie,20gauge High velocity, : #7'f.oendoll8
#6 shot size' Rimfire' cartridges shot size
Administration . . . . . . . . 33,361.60Fire WINCHESTER. /

Department . . : . . . . . 3,000.00 The brand number of ammunition. falling In .I f1 ; ..hi $54 $*| 88BOX $6 88

Recreation Department . . . . . . 3,000.00 Iht WINCHESTER world. for superior qumllly control. BOX

Sanitation Department . '. . . . .. . . 4,200.00

Total . . . . . . . . . 10,200.00 EBcCtGJ:

Street Department . . . . . . . 30,822.00

Police Department . '. . . . . . 21,695.40 By Fair GroundsU.S.

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... The Bradford County TelegraphThursday

,September4,1986 The Lake Region Monitor The Union County Times

B Section

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A.4r,. 5 Fest...


Festival of the Lakes a smash success

By Mark Fricdlin wveled their delicate works and great job. I'll be back next year witha
BCT Staff Writer went on with the show. few other people who still don't
The sun shone and the crowds The festival is hosted by the know about it."
flocked to Keystone Heights for Keystone Heights Junior Women's "This is a labor of love," com
another big Festival of the Lakes Art Club aided by the Women's Club mented long time show organizor
Show and Sale Saturday and Sunday members as well.This year,word of Andi Blount to Lake Region Monitor
at the Theme Park near Lake the quality of the show had spreadfar Reporter Anne Sponholtz. Blount
Geneva. and wide and there were more and Festival Chairman Patti Bran
The show has beened transformed entrants than ever spread out in colorful non described the hours of advance
by the effort of local volunteersand profusion over the grounds of preparation necessary for the sue-
sponsors into one of the biggest the public park. ces of the show, planning which
r W.teJrWFZ SsSSZrto of its type in Northeast Florida, at The exhibits were roughly divided begins months in advance.
r tracting crowds from as far away as into two thirds fine art and one third $2,000 worth of prizes were awarded
r Orlando and South Georgia (to men craft works,giving visitors a chanceto to winners in various categories
1 tion just two) and has been getting look at, and purchase a wide by judges Ray and Sheryl Leak and
bigger each year. variety of items. David Ouclette, all experts in the
rv The show had to be even more "It's amazing to me that a little field from outside of the immediatearea.
satisfying this year however, to town like Keystone Heights can put .
ti stia those who had worked so hard brining together an event like this," com-
d it together, after last year mented Susan Sang, a visitor from The Best of the Show in the three
,t event was cancelled due to an unpredictable Jacksonville who owns a small art diensional catagory went to Glenna
hurricane meandering gallery in Arlington."Several of my Rappaport for her Raku works.
on an uncertain route in the Gulf of friends had told me a few years ago Awards for excellence in this
) Mexico. that this was a great show to come to
catagory went to Sandy Carlson,
.. This year, although there were but I never really believed it until
brief showers on SuntU.y,artists just got here and had a chance to browse See Page 6B
unrolled their cletr! plastic tarps around. The organizers have done a


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Inspirational... ENTRY I'IIICI: : 1IJ1:

One of the largest crowds in the Hardware
history of the event turned out In ... Sale Ends: September 27.198&
bright sunny weather last weekendfor
the Annual Festival of the Lakes SAVE Kwik-Seal
Art Show and Sale. SAVE $3.00 '
The annual event Is held in the 55.00 1 Tub & Tile DAP
Theme Park in Keystone Heightsnear $32.95 VALUE
Lake Geneva. 12-Ft. Caulk J
Judges at the event awarded over J
$2,000 In prizes for the top works in Tape
what must have been a difficult deci- .
sion indeed for the panel of three 149ql.
judges on hand. Easy to read %-inn. wide
Id The art show and sale In hosted by blade .
:the Junior Women's Club of .Pat ant ad parciaton-'locfc ,Power return with *Flexible paipt-
Keystone Heights under the Chair jamm proof mochantom automatic button lock able, all pur-
manship this of Patti Brannon.
year Rugged lightweight hi- caulk 6 oz.
Show sponsors are already work Durable plastic case pose
ing on preparations for next year's impact durable housing Provides long
event, which this year drew people Solid state circuitry lasting seal
from as far away as Orlando and -On-off 9.59 VALUE
South Georgia.Performing safety trigger lock 59 for tub or tile 16003

r 150 Watt SAVE 2.00RHso
EnergySavingFloodlight TOILET

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Ideal for 7.29 VALUE

} ] Arts outdoorsecurity, 529

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\ Festival Coming 499ty, r' I .level* ..control In tank of

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SAVE $5.00Water SAVE $4.00 Tylo Entrance Our Reg.
7 ir, r>'olonb 7'/4" CARBIDE TIP Lockset 11.90
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I Although the SFCC Starke Centeris actresses from New York, including as well as Simon Warfield on One
only beginning its second year in noted Broadway actordirectorMilton Life to Live.
the 1902 Bradford Courthouse, the Dickson who has appeared in
longtime presence of the College in nine Broadway shows including Dance Alive began in GainesvilleIn
Starke is reflected in the announce- Sweet Bird of Youth and A Man for 1975 under the direction of Judy
ment of the Ninth Season of the San- All Seasons. He has played all the Skinner and Kim Tuttle, well known
ta Fe Community College Fall great Shakespearean roles on stage teachers and choreographers. Their
Wllll.maaroy t Festival of the Performing Arts. (with the American Shakespearean program is a versatile and enter-
The 1986 season of this outstanding Festival and the Oregon taining one, keeping a unique com-
free-to-the-public cultural series will Shakespearean Festival) and has bination of artistry and entertainment
l begin on Thursday, Sept. 11, with a appeared\ on television in Macbethas as their goal. The dancing
I is presentation by the South Carolina well as Giligan's: Island). He repertoire ranges from the great
Repertory Theatre of Men and directs for television Gimme a George Balanchme's "Stars and
e+.. Women of Shakespeare, a delightful Break and Simon and Simon), and Stripes Pas de Deux" to Ravel's
-.nay Shakespeare entertainment featur- he is the voice for over 400 "Bolero."
ing scenes, songs, and soliloquiesfrom characters in cartoons on Saturday
fifteen plays and works by morning television.The Last year Dance Alive toured
William Shakespeare from Miami to Minnesota with over
Because of the time and expenseof cast also includes William 200 performances, representing the
the first annual Starke Festival of Kilroy, who has appeared In State of Florida under the Fine Arts
I the Arts (to be held on Call Street numerous films and has starred in Council and the Southern Arts
October 18-19)), the 1986 PerformingArts productions of Hamlet and The King Federation.The .
Festival season will be an abbreviated -
and I. Lisa Bankey has played rolesas
one, concluding on October -
performances will be followedby
diverse as Rosalind in As You
23 with a performance by the popular "meet the
Like It and Diane on the ABC soap
Dance Alive, the exciting dance One Life to Live. Tim Hart has formers" reception hosted) hv the
dedicated to the best in opera
company Starke Woman Club.
played Romeo In Romeo and Juliet
classical ballet, contemporaryworks
and jazz.
Both performances, to be hosted
Fall Performers... once again by the Starke Woman's

Coming soon to the SKCT Sl.uke Center and to themain tin ninth season ol tin- SKIT Festival of the .'1'1'- Club The, will South begin Carolina at 8 p.m.Theatre Company Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm
SF('(' rumpus in Gainesville this yca.' arc a.iiiety rmiitK Aits.
headlines the finest actors and
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I Former area resident murdered in JacksonvilleMs.

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Cornelia (Connie) Morris, 49 fice on Herschel street, where she tistry in Starke before opening offices A $10,000 reward for apprehensionof
daughter of Margaret Long Carroll was working late, with the intention in Jacksonville later. He and the murderer has been offered by DAY LILIES -
and the late Dr. Bryant Carroll, robbery.' The man escaped before Mrs. Carroll developed extensive the Jacksonville Board of Realtors,
former residents of Starke, was police could respond to an emergency property on White Sands lake off with an additional $1,000 added by AW
murdered in her Jacksonville real call. They found the victim's body Highway 21 just north of Keystone the Health Services and Medical and Nature Sings of Jesus .!,.b
estate office Wednesday,Aug.27,by amid a scene of disarray,'indicating Heights, and they and the Morrises Heal Estate Credit Union of
an unidentified intruder, apparentlywith there had been a violent struggle still maintained summer homes in Jacksonville.
his bare hands, according to between the two. that location. s.. Page 11B
Jacksonville police officers.A Mrs. Morris's maroon-and-silver 1
published drawing, based on a Oldsmobile was found abandoned on -
description obtained from a witness a downtown street Thursday night,
who saw the man in the Avondale and residents of the area reported GLEND-A'S a
section of Jacksonville, where the seeing a black man park the car and dam'pt h'
murder took place, pictured a black leave tho scene. q;'! !SHEAR DESIGNWelcomes.
male between 28 and 38 years of Mrs. Morris, was the granddaughter -
age, about 5 feet 8 inches tall, and of the late Felix and Cor. I : (1 ...
weighing around 150 pounds. nelia Peek Long, who resided on N. ,\ '(
Police said the man apparently Walnut Street in Sl.irke for many / Tony Edwards
entered Mrs. Morris's real estate of years Dr. Carroll practiced den- -
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Hospital.The chase. began at 7 p.m. when Penultimate \ (/ / )

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speeding. Hodges appeared to have .
stopped the 1979 Chevrolet he was .
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Brady said he got back in his .....- TO 30% OFFTV'S
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I ll\ M.nk' riicillin I Ilillc'MJCIT Inmiliys around. the road They are a close-knit group prcnticeship period in which he friendship with legendary pedal
!IS1. Stall I Writer > .''r. lor instance, has been "'J'Jl s is a big thrill for Jerry Jr. ol people. It's just a great experience received additional driving and safely que steel guitar "Shot" Jackson, one of
1)i Mug lor the Stars? driving a lug grc i >hound bus, allec- and he's nidking the most of it," \ for him and he's making training with other, more experienced the truly big sinNashvillethe
Whiii an "x'IIinwuy+t /( to spend the tioiiuntlv "The lied Headed Margaret said. "You can imagine I the most of it." professional drivers, he "Cap' al of Country" where
iiinincr and Hampton's Jody and Stranger l for Willie Nelson and his Ihl'.ltell1"nt" for someone like Nelson, one of the most popular of was given the important position of musician dreams of making every it
du-iu entourage, !traveling to just: about Jerry Jr. after listening to Willie the "new" country entertainers driving for the Nelson tour group big young on the Grand Old Opry sound
,> /.( every stale in (be Union belote Ihe Nelson and admiring his music forM who'b fam became widespread hi "lie is! full-filling a lifelong dreamof stage.Jody.
.1 ('olnl"lI1)in Tampa which luriiiDili's tour concludes in late 1 December, uccorduif > long to actually l I.e spending more the early 197u's, leases his buses his to join a tour with a group" of has appeared in shows on the
iMiisporlution, for musical ) tl! to his parents, Margaret and tune with him than most funs ever Irom Florida Coach, based in Tam professional musicians," Margaretsaid. Grand Old Opry sponsored by two
stars running/ Irons country and Jerry Wud'orth.llCIlive: in Hampton got jo in a htelime..Jerry Jr says pa a linn which Jerry Jr. got a job "The experience he's getting, famous guitar manufacturers -
Willie :Ne'son; l II< hard! rock and Vim and one ol the more musical It'S just one big family out thereon with early this year. After an upS and being able to watch all their Gretsch and Sho-Bud.
shows up close where he can reallysee Jody, Jerry Jr. and /Jerry Sr.
what the musicians are doing on recently traveled to St. Louis, Mo
.. '0'" .. their instruments, that's the most where they played at the Interna-
l .'."..' t> t' '* J' '/' .:tfwIL.Iio>-- exciting thing about the job. As you tional Steel Guitar Convention at the
.t. .1' ... ..1ffrY"40 ; .w.Jo IJ';:" 'an imagine, they are on the road Steel Guitar Hall of Fame
1 '. "' ''''''',r. .,. ,;1.. most of the time but when you have a "Shot Jackson was inducted into
., real close-knit group like they do, the Hall of Fame at the convention,"
4\-" : Jerry Jr says they have a lot of fun Jerry Sr said.. "It was a great ex-
,.' as they drive across the country, He perience for all of us. They had a big
seen places he probably would have crowd of musicians and fans at the
( ;.' never seen if he didn't get this job." convention. Jerry Jr got to take a
The Wadsworth family has had few days off when Willie went into
plenty of experience in the world of the studio to do some recording. He
professional music world made the most of the time He got to
themselves, even! before the come to the convention with Jody
brothers got their new jobs and I and then got to come home
Jody, Jerry Jr's younger brother, here to Hampton to relax for a few
has musical talents that were notic- days. He's flying back out to St.
ed early, when he was just a studentat Louis tonight to rejoin the Nelson
Bradford Middle School in Starke tour group. We drove out to St. Louis
-- and later as a student at Bradford for the show on the bus Jerry Jr.
High School. He formed a band, with drives"
considerable help and encourage- The work can be hard at times for
ment from his parents, he call the the two brothers (Jody has now
"Ghostriders". They played all over finished his apprenticeship and will
r FN'I' the Southeast in a variety of places,
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extended! But I only had one Mama unllll'I f i a brief r illness!/ sons, H.ilpd 1., Plant City, lleiUrI. Pringle
an illness
my feelings show. Donald Lamiifl Mcltar Mrs. Marwick was burn in Spring I I.., Keystone, Wilburn, It, also of daughters!\ Jacqueline KelKGwerJell l
Mr. Cruwlord burn and raised
I in Bradford County and attended the There's times my strength gets Mr Donald I J.umul'l McKai 75, ol (iardenMil, >anit on Decemlier :HI, t Keystone; Iwenty-lhree! gntnd- Kelly Karen Kelly: &
weary hull I somehow manage to getthroe Tiusd.iy. chil'lien&a, number & Katrina Kelly one: hon Anthony:
l J..lwll'y Church ol God. He was in I the Luke Geneva,died at bin homo Illiir! and moved to Keystone I Heightsin / large( gnat
Vernard five sisters, Ix>rme
h, Kelly
U. S. Army and worked as acal"JlI'nh'I' August 2(>, Willi following/ a long %! from Ocala She was/ a/ gri-iil great grandthildrcn ;
Jessie Mae lagan( ,
And lime is passing so quickly, illness. '">' member or Hope Baptist Church inTheressa Williams,
until{ his retirement. who knows it might not be long until .;, Jurutha DeSue, Margaret Bass &
Survivors include his daughter, I'll be there, with you- Funeral services: will he al 2:00p :(( Elouise.: DeSue, all of Starke; threehrhlh'r"
Wana E Crawford, Lawtey three Survivors include four daughters, .m. in beWiH C. Jones Chapel! on Slarke.Koosevolt .
; Sr.,
Sadly missfilby: your daughter/ in Mass., Louise! Kelly
Horn Worcester, on Marjorie K Dodd, KeystoneHeights !
sons, Mitchell Wayne, Covington, GenevievcSolanii Thursday, September 4, 11HMI! with & Willie A Kelly Miami
Jiinuury; 22, 1911, Mr. Mcltae moved /Dorothy M I'aslay! Orlando -
GA, Timothy, Orlando and Willard, Kev Leumon Ward conducting the two grandsons and several nieces &
Stark; one! sister, Mrs. Rose O'Nl'il, Grace Ethel. Fleming Hell to( Lake Geneva 20 years ago I Ic wasa Elaine M. Kn.idlc, Bryceville, services Burial, will be in Hope! nephews
member of St Anne's Episcopal Billie M Swanson, Winter Park; one the
Lake Butler one brother Mr. II, It. Cemetery at Theressa under
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Crawford, Salt Springs, Fla; ten Mrs Grace Ethel Fleming Bell, Church in Keystone I Heights; 50 year sister, Jessie Wallace, Folly Beath, direction 01 .lones Funeral Home ol Funeral services will be Salurday.
grandchildren and nine great 94, of Keystone Heights, died Sun member ol the Boylston Mason S.C, sixteen grandchildren and Keystone! Heights S'p6.\ 1986 at 1K: ) p.m. at Mt.
grandchildren. day, August 31, 1'JlHi al her home Lodge, Boylston, Mass; graduatedfrom \ lourty-four !grandchildren\ Moriah United Methodist Church in
following a lingering illness. Wentworth College, Boston Funeral services were held in Oscar"Bubtia' KellyMr Starke with Elder! Field conducting
Funeral services were held Tues Mass; retired as chief engineer Hope Baptist Church on Monday, Oscar 'Kublid" :V, died the services Burial will be In Bob
day) August, 1980!! at the chapel of Born in Williainsporl, Penn., on train the U.S. Steel) Corp. (CIO: yrs i September I I. liHHi! ; with Pastor E. L Kelly Love Cemetery.Retirement.
Archie Tanner Funeral Home! with March 20( l' H2, Mrs. Bell moved to Survivors include! his wile, Viola Bradley conducting the services Friday, August 1 2l\), 1986 in Miami
Rev Gene Bass officiating I and Kev. Keystone Heights I / from Franklin, Ann Mc-ltae; two cousins, Bell Cieriiation followed 1 with burial at a ..
James Miller, assisting. Burial was N.C. in lMiU.! She was a member of Green; & Geraldine Stancil, both. nlMelrose later date in Keystone Heights --
in Dyul Cemetery with Archie Tanner PUI'k-or-Thl'.Palmll Church and l was Cemetery under the direction ol
Funeral Home of Starke in a piano & organ teacher in Ohio tones) Funeral 1 Home,
charge of arrangements' North Carolina, and PennsylvaniaShe Memorial services will he at r::M In lieu ol flowers, Family requests PlanningTax
was the former organist at the p.m. in St. Anne's Episcopal Church donations to the Hope Baptist
Park-ol-The-Palms Chapel on Thursday, September .4, with Church Mission Fund Planning
In Loving MemoryOf pastor, Kev. Jim Edwards conducting
Survivors include two daughters, Evelyn I... ()"nhc'y
Mother the services. Burial will be al
My Enumclaw a Estate PlanningRichard
Carolyn B. Guarnere, ,
Annie M. Sounders later dale: in Pine Grove Cemetery in Mrs l Evelyn L, Ownby !91, ol
Wash, Ann M. Bell, Keystone
Deceased Sept. 2, I 1)85!) Heights; son, William E Boll, Hoylslon, Mass Local arrangements Keystone Heights, died Monday,
are under the direction Sept 1 I. I'HIG! at her residence following J. DeVoe
six grandchildren -
Mama: Keystone: Heights; ol Jones "'UllI'ralllomc l of Keystone a long illness.
There's so much 1 w ml to say bull I and seven great Heights. Born in Knoxville TN on March c, I ( gistered 1f1\l' lml'nl Ad\i-or's
will make this short and to the point. grandchildren 12, 18%\ Mrs. Ov.nby moved to ,' I I I'.hl. l|Main Street
while Funeral services were held in In lieu of flowers, donations to the Keystone Heights in )1958\ from St I'i I akr, ISutkr rL 32054tHP
I the I
roses you I
gave you Park-of-The-Palms Chapel on Donald L Mcltac memorial fund of Petersburg, FL She was a
were here. Wednesday, September 3. 1 Imlt<; with St Anne's Episcopal Church, ljo homemaker and a member ol Trim FREElOlhllitUIjO11
Box 192 Keystone Heights FIn l Iy Baptist Church. ) UO1n'
The memories of our life together Mr. James Gilbert conducting the


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hrst place; Alan Keith Ilailcy, second Debbie Hurley, first place; Alice '
place; and Yolanda Bates, Murphrce/ second place; Bryan K. \1\
third place. Smith, third place: and Viralnla ,
Awards of distinction in 3-D also Chen in four!h place. {I r i.0. r, t M-
went to Sue Ayala first place; Sally Honorable mention in this $ rS
Douglas, second place and James catagory went to Tommy Bragg:,
Rockwell, third place. Barbara Hagen: P.J. Crossley and
The Award of Merit was received Linda Blondhcim.
by Stuart Hot-kel, first place, Diana Wmmrs in non-competitive crafts
Kava Antonovich second place and included Mildred Bridges for
Jeff Trag, third place. quilling, Pam ll.itheld her suncat-
Honorable mention in the 3-D chers Robert Knowles for wooden
catagory Included Richard Lyle, miniatures, Jonnie Kalmbach for -
Amy Green and Maragaret Boone. her slniwbery dress, Carol Gasche
The Best of the Show award in the for her windchimes, "Francis
two dimensional catagory went to Nawrocki for her gem trees, An-
Cindy Cunningham nabel! Ieitner for her crafts, Shirley
Awards of Excellence in this division Young for her ceramics, Joyce Mor-
went to Roy Persons, first rison for painting and Joe und Judy
place; Pat h, second place; Keith Baker for crafts.
Kagen, third place and Marian Club members lire already busy
Goodyear, fourth place. working on next >ear's !show> and
Awards of distinction were received welcome donations from the com ,4
by: Susan Miller, first place; munity to help them/ prepare for \ ___ _
Jullian Pierce second place; Ilercel next year Donations may be sent to _
Stallard, third place; and Ron Irby the Fi'Mival ol the Lakes I'O Box __
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be on the road soon with another act
with the long mileage involved. '
"They have to drive thousands of [
miles sometimes just to get to the 4 .
next concert" Mai?aret says. "But j
he says it's worth it. He has drivenfor 'i
acts like The Beach Boys, Jim- r y it'.:. ,....,- y N :
mie Buffet, Power Station. The Iii -.. ,.. ..-; "" .I\-> ,,!- \\Oi
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350X, three wheeler, brand .
new. 4732214. 8/7 tfnchg OWN YOUR OWN $10.99 SALES lery. paid $1750. 9645687. 8/28 2lpd
1913 HONDA NIGHT HAWK 4800 miles one price
llmerock B Fill Dirt 9/4
needs to b* ridden, Mull see to op. designer shoe store. A retail price 20 yd. semi-load only EL DORADO TRUCK CAMPER
unbelievable nice
for shoes very
preciate. 9645263. 964.5263 after 6pm quality normal Phone 782.3172 5/23 m ff
tfchg Fully
equipped Beauty. Park this
ly priced from $19 lo $60. Over 150
Itr.hg STORE
BOUCHTi Furniture for sale at miniature EruJilltJiJ'rREALTY
brand names 250 styles $14,300 to opt. In your folks yard. mm i
Doublewide Home Center located $1995.
Reduced from $2800. 964-5687
$25,900 Inventory, fixtures,
YARD SALES grand Can training North on 301 Lawtey Fla. (this Is not 8/28 2tpd 94.MUSCADINE .
opening. with over
1,000 brands of apparel trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg GRAPES, you-plck, 50 per
BIG YARD SALEi Linens, blanket, dancewear/aerobic children accessory INSULATED OR STORM WINDOWS: Ib. 3V miles south on 301, at the end of
sheets. Jo-lu Motel 9648810. Lot. of Can 15 shop. custom made & Installed. Homes SE 33rd Ave. 8/28 2tpd 9/4 PHONE 964.7776
open days. Mr. Loughlin ((612))
Beautiful of N. Flo., 964 6766. 5/ITF KIMBALl
pillowcases sheets. Friday thru Monday 8884228. 9/4 1 Itpd ORGAN, 2 keyboards, auto
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa. 205 N. Temple. Starke I
9/5.9/8.9/4 llchg OWN YOUR OWN..turn key business.Dlstribut rhythms & more. Also Yamaha Elec.
YARD SAlt-Frl. 5 10 a.m.6 $14.99 per month. Call 964 6946 tfn Ironic loaded
Sept. p.m. Frito Lay and similar snack keyboard, & like new, CECELIA TERWILLEGAR
on prison property off Hwy 16 on food products CHEVY 4x4 PARTS V ton, anything you will sacrifice, $600. each. 964-5497
through accounts set
Hickory Rd. Clothes & shoes for entire for up needAxles, front or rear auto 8/28 2tpd 9/4
family. Assorted household Items, you by the company. No selling. transm., transfer cases, 2 different 1984 STARCRAFT
Census of Industry figures top Today and always God bestow his love
snows may on you.
cosmetics. 9/4 Itpd types; spring lift blocks big U bolts. of the line, 21' Starmaster. Stove,
monthly profit of $1,038
YARD SALE Thurs., Frl. B Sat. South of average on Call 9645812. CFce
minimum cash Investment of $10.000.Expon.lon lefrig., roof air, awning. Asking $4200.
Stork. on 301. ((4 families). 9/4 Itpd Is CRAPES Lily's Vineyard, Coral FormsRd. 964 01J6. 8'2fl 2tpd 9/11
YARD SAL(-Saturday Only. 424 N. WaterSt. automatic through company Florahome. Phone 6592121. 8 14 17FT. TRAVEL TRAILER-fully selfcontained. SPECIALSO
participation If selected.No .
you are 94NEWSPAPER
95. 9/4
Itpd Excellent Cond. Call
special vehicle needed. Write New
GARAGE SALE Saturday S.pt. American, P.O. Box 360247, Birmingham PLATES Aluminum. 4/33216 days; 4/3.3296 evenings 9/24 YOU WANT THE FINEST Handsome cedar & stone In I
W. Madison. Clothes bike, Measures 24..36".25 cents earh. Great
Itpd 9/4 toys Alabama 35236 or call I toll free for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH, Itchg. Lakewood with access to Crosby Lake. Over 3,000 sq. ft., 4BR, 2

YARD SALEi Saturday Only A bit of 1-80O-231-0563. Ask for Operator ".5. 135 W. Coil St. 96. 6305. MATTRESS, boy springs and frame, twin BA, LR, DR, kitchen with eating area, family room with

everything Including clothing from Infant 8/23 2tpd 9/4 COPY MACHINES: Canon-for rent or size, like new. Cover too. All $65. fireplace, fans In most rooms, screened-ln porch, drapes,
size! to adult. Several families sale. Canon home copier, $799; Canon 964 5326. 9/4 llpd
carpet stove, refrlg, (Ice maker), d/w disposal water
Next to Badcocks. 9/4 1 tpd BOATS home or office copier $999; Canon of GOATS, I Billy 5 nuiuiys, $240. Honda
:3 FAMILY YARD SALE-Frl. & Sat. Sept. five copier, $1399. Rent to own for as 3 wheeler great. shape $500; trumpet softener fenced In back yard CH&A sky lights patio off

546. Make-up baby clothes, drapes, 1984 MASTER CRAFT little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP. for school band like new, $200. Call porch: double garage sun porch off master bedroom over an j
much morel 100 South t<> 100 A (GriffIs SKI BOAT power 110 W. Call St.. Staike. 9645764. 2 21 /8238Sor X823394 Itchg '
Loop) left on S.E. 8th Av., blue houseon slot loaded. Gray S blue, excellent tfn MITSUBISHI diosel, tractor, model 1500 acre 0' land, $97,000.
left. 9/4 Itpd cond., gaiage kept. 4732214. B'7 ELECTRONIC ORGAN $49.99 all
per month. exc. shape. Equip;: new 3ft hitch. 4ft
YARD SAIE-S. on 301 at 301 Quick Stop. tfnchg No down payment. Call 964 6946. tfn bush hog mower 4lt box blade, 4ft .EXCELLENT BUY 80 ACRES-$96.000 Heavy pines, 20 acres )
Fri. and Sat. 9/4 Itpd 15 FT. FIBERGLAS BASS BOAT foot con CHICKEN HOUSE MATERIAL. 1 $5 Tawden scalloped disc. $2350. 964-5263
cleared fenced
on St. Rd. 235 Near New River.
YARD SALE 2 family yard ? plant sale, trol, aerated live wells, trolling motor per foot I group $3 per foot. 964 6182 af'er 6 p.m. 9/4 1'chg
clothing, furniture, dishes, cast Iron SOHP Evinrude, galvanized trailer or 9645823. tin IDEAL HOME FOR LARGE fAMILY. S.E. 24th Ave. (off Rd. 100

cook stove, freezer, odds A ends $2200. 964.5263 after 6 pm. 9/4 1 Itchg SOFA-BED, queen size, never used. Best East) 2.7 acres 5 BR, 3 BA, living room, dining room, kitchen, [

Thousands of 1 gal. landscape plantsfor quality. $300. 9644269. 9/4 Itchg eat-in area or study, den office, all appliances, drapes, large, |
$1.25 ea., Including red tips, LAND FOR SALE GRAPES, for eating or jelly. .60 per lb. NOTICE
slneosls, hollys, pests, boxwood, crepe 964.7698.91tchg l | attractive deck overlooking a quarter acre fish pond with fish I

myrtle & more. 5 miles west of Lawtey 12 HP INTERNATIONAL CUB CADET BEAUTIFUL HAMPTON LAKE-Brlck 3 BR. 1 1/2 BA, fireplace, ]
on Hwy 125 on RT. Signs. Cancel If rain. LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964-5764, niter riding lawnmower. Motor rebuilt .in CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub screened back porch terrazzo floors, 75' of nice clean beach -
7823640. 9/4 1 tpd 5. call 9645251. 3/07 tfn 1985. $750. 4HP Sear commercial push milted to the Bradford County
YARD SALE-Frl. & Sat. Sept. 56. Corner BEAUTIFUL WOODED 2V ACRE LOTS in lawnmower good cond. $150.1 Four ((4)) Telegraph office in writing and paid In $95,000.
Call A Orange from 8.5, new S used Bradford County off SR 100W. on SR ,lalousied/louvered windows, 36"x49 advance unless credit. is already MOVE IN TODAY-504 Legion Terrace-3 BR, 1 1/2 BA, CH/A,]
things. 9/4 1 tpd. 235N. Owner will finance. 4962494. $120. 9645562. 9'4 Itpd established with this office. d/w, stove, IS 1/2 cu. ft. refrig. wice maker washer/dryer !
BIG YARD SALE, Frl., 5, family 8/28 2tchg 9/4 THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE
Sept. / Arabian Mare, 10 old. Also '
yrs i four ceiling fans drapes blinds tinted windows freshly]
I ACRE with tank well and
clothing furn., housewares, linens, septic power quarter' Red Dune Mare 8 old. HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
tools, etc 309 N. Broadway. 9/4 Itchg pole. $8500. 4311733. 9.'4 2tchg 9/11 Great pleasure horses, both with yrs.tack CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER painted inside & out, patio, 10 x 10 utility bldg.A .

YARD SALE Sat. 93. 3 miles W. 100. lease call Greg 964 6924. 9/4 1 tpd THE TELEPHONE. JOY TO LIVE IN: Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH/A, 3 BR, 2 BA,|

Crosby Lake. Exercise rower, tricycle, HELP WANTED DODGE ENGINE, slant6. and'or Classified deadline Is TUESDAY spacious LR with fireplace gracious Fla. room utility room,]
books, toys clothes A etc. Also Ford NOON, to Thursday publication.
outoriatic trans. $225 for A$100 prior
cars, "7' Sedan, $550. 74' Galaxle. EXPERIENCED for transniisiion. $300 lor both. Call Minimum charge ,.15 words for$3.50. skylights, 2 utility bldgs., privacy fence. Reduced to $44,000.
$100. Both AS IS. Old model Sears needed at Whispering NURSING Pines ASSISTANTS Core Ctr. 964 8968 ask for Terry Whitehead, 8.4 'then 15 cents far each word thereafter .BARGAIN OF THE YEAR-BROOKER-Extra nice -one blk from]
riding mower, frame, new tires and Thuin school-1500 ft. of excel liv. space-only 8
Call Susan Cook, 964 6220. EOE. 12/STF Mwtday.9/41tpd 1 sq. yrs.
$50, 21,000 BTU Fedders
rear sprocket
AC compressor. 9/4 1 Itchg. EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON: honest: CAMPER: LWB, Slide-In. Good condition old-CH&A-$43,000, VA assum. mtg. of $35,000 at 9'/ % You|

YARD SALE Fri. A Sat. Little bit of clean cut A MUST! References required $250. Call 9646594. Itchg 904IBrYri.ErreErsl can get into this home for approx. $6,0001

everything. Go SR 16 west, Morgan Rd. ; possible. $25,000 first year Ap AN INVITATION TO SPACIOUS LIVING-Corner Oronge & Pratt!
ply D A S Motors, 207 N. Temple No PlfTT'ItBfSI ftftftftftftftftftftft l
Turn left second house 9 ,
9/4 Itpd on right. phone calm. ..,3 TF siteWlIBrRGBi,1tFIirslErIBr-- 3 Br., 2 Ba., CH&A, LR, DR, family room & screened in patio.

Call'17554040. N. Flo. Real INC.
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HOMES l.ge.7,3TFN I off Geiger Rd.-4 bedrooms 2 baths-approx. 2700 sq. ft10.09|

FOR SALE 3000 GOVERNMENT JOBS LIST $16,040 Located Hwy 301.1 Blk S. of St. Rd. 100 acres-many amenities.
$59.230/yr. Now Hiring. Call | .THE GREAT GET-A-WAY: We are proud to offer a handsome I

THREE BEDROOM BRICK HOME, CH/A, 2 805 10/9 681.6000 Ext. R 5504. 8'21 B'pd I 964-5069 brick & cedar home on 37'/ acres 4 BR 2'/ bath, plus a nice]

Ba., LR/DR, fireplace, breakfast room, SALESPERSONS to work Duval, Union. barn, energy efficient, $133,000.)
game room. 560 Glendale St.. Alachua A Clay counties. Be Susan M. Faulkner. GRI, CRB WALK TO EVERYTHINGI I 1032 E. Call St., 3 BR, 1'/ both,
964.5468.3/13 TF motivated) Have Car. '964 8348. 9/,, REALTOR
HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER BR, 2 full Itpd $45,000.
, both., CH & A, 4 acres Lawley.I GENERAL LABORERS need construction RESIDENTIAL 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd. Owner ]
I $33,000. Non-Assumabl. mortgage will finance $82,322. A smart Florida Investment.
and cleanup crews for a lob site In
.. IN CITY WITH LARGE LOTLovely 3 BR. 2BA. has 3rd one plumbed In. 2500 sq. |
v. 964.8204.8/28 tpd 94w Starke. Must have cor and home ft., 1 INVESTORS: 438 Acres In South Bradford County. Partially subdivided
fireplace, extras.
phor+ In
! 'R.1BAT'CH/A;; Lg.-sereen porch, 2 Gainesville.Register Call for at Manpower 3765585. *905 W. MADISON ST. has been reduced to $114.900. Over 4500 sq. ft., porches highway frontage close to school, $1,000 per acre.

.,lIa carport., cedar dock, picnic area & 9/4 1 Itpd appt. double garage, custom drapes, kitchen equipped, large lot. Hardwood trees. Developer's dream I

bath house 12 x 24 alumn. bldg. with CITY OF LAWTEY Is now accepting applications 1983 IMMACULATE doublewlde on approx. 1 3/4 acres. Furnished, only I PRIME EXECUTIVE OFFICES ON US 301 near Edwards Rd. Seven
awnings, elect wired 110 A :220.;: All on for Asst. Clerk. Must have $25.000.
thousand four hundred six ft. In Bldg. with 150' on Hwy
LOVELY DOUBLEWIDE with Nice, and deck I forty sq.
1 150.. 220 landscaped lot $4 1.000 FIRM vast knowledge of bookkeeping many extras. pool family room
4751946.94 llchg.I ing and neat handwriting. Submit added workshop double garage and open shed nicely landscaped. | 301 by 254' deep. Parking space for 30 cars. $199,0001

'/. YR. OLD 4 BR 2 BA, screened porch, resumes to Lawtey City Hall by Sept. NICE 3 BR, 1'/, BA brick veneer with 1271 sq ft., fenced yard kitchen equip ....PREFERRED PROPERTIES....
dbl. garage on 14 wooded acres. 19, 1986. City Clerk, Alphonso Anderson.
$129,000. 964.6956.9/4 Itchg. 9/4 2tchg 9/11 ped.ONLV $32,000 for 3 BR. 1 BA frame CH/A, carpet workshop carport and I [ .NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Club-for development.
REMODELED HOUSE on 2'/ acres, 4 TRAIL MOTEL A RESTAURANT Lawtey. utility space, chain link fenced yard. Assum. Mtg. .SIX ACRES-Great Buy-Primitive Baptist Church Rd. $12,000.
miles south of Starke. 2 BR, 1 BA A/C, Applications now being taken for *3 BR, 2 BA, cedar home with lakeview of Sampson Lake. ( GRAHAM BR, 1 BA Frame home-reduced 16500.
water cond., $30,000. FIRM. Must See various positions. Chance for advance *3 BR, 2 BA, mobile home on Hwy 16 west $15,900. 56' lot 100' 100'-$20,000.
BROOKER-Trailer 14'
I I x plus x
473.3061.9/4 tt.! ment. Full A part-time employment. BEAUTIFUL 3 BR, 2 BA, 2 car garage, large deck overlooking Crystal Lake.
Apply In person only. No phone calls. 1 BR 1 BA, 1 1''I. yrs. old screen porch carport great location. I .HI & DRY14.05 Ac., 2 wells septic tank $35,000.
CARS & TRUCKS 9/4 2tchg 9/11 FIVE ACRES, large home with burn included Financing available. NEAR LAKE ALTO-Ten acres-$10,000.

PROGRAM COORDINATOR To coordinate *2 RENTAL HOUSES one recently remodeled good location great 'investment .LAURA CHURCH RD-Four plus acres $10,000.
ltd VW PICK-UP, gas. runs good. training programs for mentally .
Economical. $2400. 964-5687. 8/28 2tpd handicapped, ac'ults in a Sheltered WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre $15,000.
IMMACULATE!13 BR 2 BA doublewide home with one acre and many extras.
Workshop Setting. Organized self- .PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or will divide.
9Mil *WALDO AREA-lmmaculate home, reduced to 29900.
price just
MERCURY ZEPHYR PS, PB A/C, starter' with ability to work well with masonry 2 wells 3 tanks
.SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine acres, septic
Ir' 3 BR 1'BA, con. block home, $35900. Call for appt. to seal
clean $IB50. 964.6568 after 6:30: p.m. others is a must. Desire BS or BA I
ACREAGE FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club $90,000.
8/28 2tchg 9/4 education psychology or related and 1
1974 EL CAMINO, $1200. 9644259. 8/28 yr. experience with the handicap or ONLY $3,500 for a city lot. Call Today! 1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East 7700.

2tchg 9/4 related experience Salary: 20 AND 25 ACRE PARCELS, south of Starke, may consider splitting 'into BEAUTIFUL 3 BR, 3 BA home with 2 1/2 acres to 50 acres.
Ifl2 DATSUN 280ZX, 2 2, loaded, low $13,500-16,000, 4-week vacation mailer parcels, fin. available POULTRY FARM on 5 acres with four barns.
mileage. $8,500. 9647616. 9/4 Itpd quarterly bonus. Submit resume to: 13 ACRES with M.H. and Handy ,man special house.
ON CALL ST.-Both for $40,200.
Industries e2 BUILDINGS
1974 DATSUN B-210 2-door hatchback Bob Larimer. Director, Sunshine
*27 ACRES below $1.200
AT AC, low miles, 30 mpg. $895. Call P.O. Box 509 Starke, FL 2 ACRES w/hwy priced frontage on SR per I6E. e3 LOTS each 50' x 100' all for $7,000.

964.4508.9/4 Itpd 32091. Itchg 9/04 *SAMPSON LAKE PROPERTIES-Waterfront lot 140 x 143 owner financing. .CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' x 385' $17,000.

OPENINGS AVAILABLE for prior service .1 ACRE building lot or mobile home between Starke 8 Keystone
military personnel In the Naval Air ONLY $23.000 for 64 x 105 lot w can fall building, beside Bradford Square.COMMERCIAL After Hours
MUSCADINE GRAPES Reserve Program in Jacksonville, FL.
Ground and flight crew positions Pauline Randolph 964-6323]
U-PIck We Pick order
or on available In patrol transport, helo and *OVER 2800 SQ. FT. commercial space
Mon.Thur) 7:30.1 p.m. attack squadron. Call toll free ESTABLISHED BUSINESS. Call for details. Randy Cory 475-259?

Frl-Sat 7:30-6 p.,.,. 1-800-S2M316:;:; for more Information. RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL USE. Hwy. 301 frontage In Lawtey. Priced at Anne Terwillegar Nelson 473-75411
Closed Sunday 7/3 131pd 9/25 only $36,900.. Terms available

Longneckers 4 miles West ofMelrose not necessary. Must be excellent cut. ==DDDUDDDDDDUD=:: :D
ters & stylists 964-HAIRBENOERS( )
or 2 miles East of 7/31 TFNchg

Orange Heights 1.7 miles XCELLENT INCOME for part-time home

North (Co. !Road 1469)) assembly work. For Info. call .
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*' Day Hours Signs 468-2483 ANAGER NEEDED for conveniencestore.
Oft.rnoons475.1151 or 473-2702 Only experienced need apply. ; : BEAUTIFUL DOUBLEWIDE on REDUCED TO $28,000-3 Br, 1

Pepo Food Store 620 S. Walnut. 10 acres. 3 Br., 2 Ba. Let us show Ba, on 1 acre. Close to CountryClub.

Stork. 9/4 llchq ? you this one. You'll :J.OVE it, .

I; MINI-FARM Between Starke AFFORDABLE city 3 Br, 1

and Lake Butler. 4 Br. 2 Ba., Ba, fenced cor. lot $34,500.

SEWING MACHINE OPERATORSShirts FilH-TIme Associate* CH&A on 8 acres. Extras: Large A SOLID INVESTMENT: a

964.4522 DAVIC DODGE. MS AI CB building and large pole barn. world of enjoyment this 4 BR.

STARKE. r SOMETHING SPECIAL-Brlck 2 Ba, Fm Rm, Liv. rm., Din. Rm. '

& Tunis South 3QL Plaza. home on 5 acres. Owner says sewing rm. and more within

Plant air conditioned .lTnifo.sState OPAL DICKSOM I ifATIXICAy.EtDtlt 'Sell itl"! Priced reduced 2400 sq. ft. Priced at $73,000.

ltd. 20A llaxttlmrno. Flu. Open Mon. thru Frl. $10,000. Terms very negotiable.
S:30: a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Sat f a.m. to 4 p.m. SUZANNE KITCHENS itll i 3 Br., 2 Ba., close '
90.t. iiu: ; Ia4 i will love the privacy this

home offers. 4 Br., 3 Ba., 2,100 everything. $27,000. to\\
3.ch11 Appraisals Residence; Farm Commercial Business
sq. ft. plus an extra large
Your Full Service Real Estate Office HOME-ln city on
garage. Many other outstanding prox. 9/10 acre. 4 Br, 2 Ba,
plus sq. assui.mtg. .
HOME-Architect designed-Brick 3/1-Walk to everything. A RARE FIND: 530 acres in one .

4 Br. 4 Ba, 3,200 plus ft. of luxurious $27,500. parcel with many possibilities.Over .

10' SAVE $ $ With living. Featuring large HOME BEAUTIFUL $75,200ontwo 3,000 ft. highway frontage. U.S. 301 SOUTH 3 parcels -

A/ family room, large dining room, acres 3 Br. 2 Ba., 1700 sq. Approx. 3,900 ft. adjoining 2 acres to 6 plus acres.

\C1\Oe. Homes )* large living room, double ft" CH/A, many amenities, Starke Golf & Country Club.
Beautiful LAKE
% ACCESS-Extra
g garage, screened patio and NICE BRICK HOME and good Timber valued at over $200,000. nice MH.

many amenities. Beautiful land neighborhood. 3 Br., 1 1/2 Ba., LOOKING FOR LOTS OF CH/A with beautiful grounds.

ft1'A: WINDOWSAlso scaped yard with a backdrop of w/carport. $32,300. SPACE: over 2500 ft. with 3 Br, 3 Keystone area.

bearing pecan trees. Large CB Ba, and too many features to PINE HAVEN-3 Br, 1 Ba. ce-

Barn. All of this on 60 beautifulacres describe on 3 3/4 acres. ment block home with fenced
F;; e Siding e Soffit & Fasciae and OWNER FINANCED! Acres & Building Lets MOVE RIGHT IN-Close to yard on shaded lot Owner

GRACIOUS LIVING in this 1,5,10 and 20 acre parcels Hampton Lake, 3 Br., 2 Ba., financing.

v Lsjr Awning e Screen Rooms brick home on 3.64 acres. Many, Starting at $1,000 per acre CH&A. Plus a new 28'x40' CB *CORNER SR 18 & 301 14.87

Carport Brick or Stone Many amenities. Take a look for Let Us Help You storage bldg., and a 10'xl2' acres with 940' fr. on 301. Only

Cleaning yourself. Only 53000. greenhouse. On 1 acre All far 19 ml. to Gainesville.WV .

Call OWNER FINANCING -2/1 60000. .
2 BR Apaitment
: ready to move Into. In city, \ invite InquHV.i( On Uur UIIUT PropertiesThinking

HOMES BEAUTIFUL OF N. FlA. I, $21.900. For Lease Buying or Selling? Call us// J

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'Highway' 16 W. Close to LAKE GENEVA RENTALS Weekly, mon CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted .
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("iliinulos Hoi ity t MUll ( on" o CoQWIIQI Mobile' Homos' and 'pac" lor lonl.' -
964 /530oi: thly efficiency 1 or 2 BR,
468.1323.10/10 Tkhg apartments to the Lake Region Monitor office
vehicles welcome, Plo,
I 1")1" R..dd.11"4 H')5: lln Ret loalional I i I "no LEONARDS' OUTBOARD SHOP
FURNISHED olficiencles call 413.2919. 8/7 tfnchg'
GLASS CUt TO ORDER: Oooi 4, windows, 964 /49U 9, 16 fin' and mobile 4/3-4180. SPECIAL 14' In '.vrllmg and paid In advance
homos inside Bootlegger MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT $150
city, woekly S par unless credit Is already establishedwith
(f' HUIIDING boat all hand laid ',
10 LU Motel & MH Pork. 964 0010, 6/5 liberglrm $695; 14' month. Pat Molly furnIshed Keystonearea. this nfllce.MONITOR .
964 60/8 Oxloiv cilsu 'pokes in Lake BA opt. I lor MIOIO Infoimotion' call Luke .
galvanized :t25
H trailer $ ; 1985 15 HP 473 2026. 8/7 tfnrhg STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
liolloi196 :30/9 and Knyilnno Heights, Butler Apis 4963141. Equal Oppoilunitv 1 BR HOUSE with garage In downtown Johnson. $1275. 4tchg 8/21.9/10 WHITE SANDS LAKE Furnished home, RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN

4/3 4973 2 76 I'nWANT' Housing. 6/7 Ifiuliq Slaike No deposits. $150 moves 1982 RENAULT LE CAR One owner AC dock. $295 month. Lease flexible. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER

TO DRINK? ONE BEDROOM APT: For Immediate occupancy in 964 5139 01 964 8173. 9/4 llchq you 32,000 miles 4 speed, Stereo $200 d poilit. 9042497884. 4tpd THE TELEPHONE.
THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS Air conditioned carpets 2 BR MOBILE HOME with SaC! IIlce. $850. 473.7618 1 Itpd 9/4 8/21-9/11
screened In Classified deadline Is Tuesday noon
WANT TO STOP? oitclotod polio off-street po.king. Par (front porch in downtown Star ko. $200 1978 MAZDA GLC 5 speed AC new 3BR, 1 BA house on Lake Geneva. $350 to Thursday publication.

'SOURS dally furnished. 964 8601. 9/0,4 tin poi month 964 5139 or 964 81 /3. 9/4 tires, rebuilt engine now paint $850. month. 475.2682 after 4 p.m. 2tchg prior Minimum charge 15 words for $3.50
Alcoholic 964-4150-964-219 Anonymous' APARTMENTS FOR RENT) Newly llcho.!. __.. _ _ _ 4/3-7618. Itpd 9/4 8/28.9/4 then 15 cents for each word th.r_nf i.r.
decorated evciythinq, fut nlshed. I lawn 1977 MAZDA 808 WAGON Automatic LAKE GENEVA 1 or 2 BR furnished.

SEWING MACHINE REPAIR! All "makes diy facilities' ,included. Video room MOBILE HOMES transmission AC 'clean. $750. Retired or handyman caretaker couple PERSONAL SERVICES

cleaned, oiled and aJu'iod| $15 Used available. Will, accept ono child, no FOR SALE 473618. Itpd 94FOR preferred.' $200 to $275 mo. 473.7269 or

sawing marlnnus I Ini, sale JomesShickland pols Palms Apts., 2313 N. Templo _.,, _. S- 3/6-7749 or 3/8-8622. 8/14 tfnchg
( oini'iM' "'>gan, Rd and Hwy Ave. Mai ko 32091 5/1 1 1F SALE 2 BR 2 BA MOBILE HOME Carpet, furnished FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING

16. Staike S6J U/J 12 5T1 $50 PER WEEK Ins you choice at'olil one 984 1 DESTINY MH with (noplace.. I IHodionm very rlojn, CH/A private. Hand rubbed oil finishes. Call Jac,

HANDYMAN: < uipunliy painlimj, olec bedroom apoitmonts' with tefrlg, and and more Take overpayments 16V. FT. MONARK S $300 per month plus deposit. No pets 4732521. 8/7 tlnchg
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II Icol complete' homo lepalr.Reasonable cooking 'facilities. All utilities die in Call /82-3358 altar 6 p.m BOWRIDER inside. 4732784. llpd 9/4 PRESSURE WASHING Houses mobile

r ales I roused 'oJl1l ractor. cludod in tins puce so why lent a loom 3 20 ff nice Lounge built seals, took ski storage, three LAKEFRONT MOBILE HOME 2 BR. patio, homes pools, decks, sidewalks. Free

Call Milch. 4/3 3940 I 9TF when you ion have an apai Intent FLEETWOOD $7995. one left at this in cnoler/storagesl Full In- private good fishing near Keystone. estimates. Call Rob 473-35VO. 8/7
stiumentation' Extia
TIRED OF PAINTING YOUR HOME? Call Monthly tatos ate $200 Tall us at. pure I LYING Z MOBILE HOMES. storage Large 4/3 4186. 2ti.hg 9/4.11 ,;.,chg
964 6/66, Homes Beautiful" of N. Fla. 964.4262 days 964 6566 evenings' m Groan Cove Springs. Call 284-5000 col. fuel tank. Bow rail, canvas boarding LAKE GENEVA Tne perfect winter LAWN MOWING Trimming edging.

Wo will tell ynu how lc> ovoid that |ob drop by and sea the'apartmont let or call I 4/1 0611 after 6 pin. 7/3 GOOD platform.) SS Older Johnson, 135 HP. RUNS retreat. 3 BR completely furnished with Call The Lawn Barber, 473-3590. Free

and mcieao the value of youi dome. inanagi in apt no. six at 314 NoilhTanSpIo pd 7 Jl I tlnchg 475.1267.017 Props CLEAN. $5500. Larry. TV, washer dryer and dishes. Estimates. 8/7 tfnchg'

LAWN SERVICE: louwnablo, I alas Most Ave. next' to the Tenneco SIn. NEW S USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy Ifnchg Available from now through April. FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR. DRAGGING .
lawns $15. Phono, 964 4238 5 8t lion 6 26 II Wells at SSW Mobile Homes 964 6407 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Trumpet $100; 496.2620 in Lake Butler after 9 House out of level? Call LaRue Leveling

ROOF COATING. will, coat your roof & TWO 1 BR FURNISHED APTS. Lights ci 964 6408. 8/14 Ifnrw Trombone, $45; Guitar, $90. 4737095. 4tchg 9/4.25 p.m. Service, for all your foundation

guaiantoo it against :'t aks 'for .omw hot water' ,included, $160 plus $/S ASSUME LOANS: 14 x 703 BR, 2 BA. $149 TILLER 8/14 tfnchg. RENT OR SALE 2 BR mobile home in repairs. 4737721. 8/7 tfnchg
year Single widos start ol $T35. deposit No pots 964 80/1 8. 38 2tpd' I pei month, 24 x 45 3 BR 2 BA $168 per one used.hand operation brand new, Keystone. CH/A. $225 mo. 659-2269 or LONELY AND BLUE Who do you call?
never $500, mirror-round
Doublowidos siail. at $150. Releveling 9.4 mriiith: 24 x 52 3 BR, 2 BA $201 per 30's maple $60 473 265S. early 475. 1269. Ask for Jackie*: 3tchg 9/4-18 (The Blues Busters) by writing lo
all sizes, $5u\ plus: any m-itarlals Call KITCHENETTES 1 A 2 looms, TV, AC month 24 x0, 4 BR. $231 per month. 8, 28-9/4 2tpd Lakeside Singles Club Rt 1 Box 530
I--w I I.I l i.> <,H fSllnialO. 964 4680 Moil- maid service utilities, fun Undeiwood Ire. delivery & set-up. no rash neededon Hampton FL 32044. 8/7 tfnchg
FRESH CUT OKRA !Indoor and outdoor
I i, ', y *5 8 1 1.1 I.141.l1g94I Motel Hwy 301 N. 3'/ miles, N. of select models. Call 262-5000 MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE TRACTOR WORK Discing mowing
plants sectional
I WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT you children Slarke. 9 4 2lchg 9,11 any 1"1 nisi. 8/21 tfn large &sofa bladlng and Ci,'aring. Reasonable

", 'M'v i, ,'r' Jays 96.1 :321 8 14 Jtchg FURNISHED HOUSE IN BROOKED. $1/0 ALL GUERDONS. cost plus set up with machine twin beds, bicycle matching for 2.drapes sewing KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mobile Home, rateS Call anytime" 473-4070. Itpd 9/4

BAKER LP GAS, INC Do you know or per month plus dep. Call 485 1564 after approved credit., Flyrng Z Mobile clothes, other items drapes Thurs boys.Sat. 14X70. fully furnished CH/A, corner
nh.it, 'fpi ? We 6 weekdays 9.4 9 11 Homes, 11060 Jacksonville many
in-" you pay pic-pone pin 2tpd Phillips Hwy. C 18 off 100 to Crytol Lake. 4/3-2341.I lot $26,000 C.B. Isaac Realty. MISCELLANEOUSPACK
",i.i' "i ,U'I '11"" special 8 senior ONE BEDROOM furnished apt. Clean, 262 5000. 8/21 tin I tpd 9'4 475.2199. 8/14 Ifnchg' -

.T", '.j I i'unt' PJus a special for quiet adults only Houck Apts. FOUR ACRES DOUBLEWIDE TRAILER.JS 12X70 with 6X12 EXPANDO .2 BR, 2 full RAT Buy, sell and trade collectible .
I l'i. 11" a H t imineiciol, accounts. WEd 964.4296 9 42tpd9 II $ 000 Phone 7823626. Lawtey area. all
baths electric 3 ton AC skirting. Items and antiques. Used furniture,
I ', I ,"i <|I" any (dopobits' PhI SR 227. CCU. 2BR, FlorIda IOOTI 8 >83.pd9/1I Asking $5500. 473-2152. 9/4 tfnchg glassware jewelry and much more
I ""I'I' ii i 2596810. 8 21 4lpd$ w fireplace, 2 taipoits. 468-1168 or 1971 REGENT. 10 x 60, Handyman Come see for yourself. One mile east
964 5559 9 .1 I ipd' 1981 HONDA CB650 Motorcycle, like
NEW i-KEOIT CARDI No one refused, Spuool Needs some tepairs. Stove Lost of Keystone Heights on Highway 100.
', i-A "", ',.",u.l I Cull 1 619 565.1522 LARGE I BR HOUSE downtown. Pa "Holly ipfng washer, new Heat and AC. new, /100 miles, flaring. windshield, 473.2183. 8/7 tlnchg
,. OBO Owner"tin. available., Setup saci ,if ice. $650. 4/3 7618 I 'tpd 9/4
.1 .MI I < I hi8 21 3lpd 94 lurn $250 per month plus $2QO oocdep $3500 $100 REWARD! Block male Labrador GRAPES Lilly's Vineyard. Coral Farms
NIHJ TIME I rOR YOUR SELF. oway fiom 964 /OI5 94 Hpd! on 1 acre lot on SR 16 '/. mile not th 1982 YAMAHA MAZIM Nice, garaged Road In Florahome. 6592121. 8/14
dark Lost Nov.
u',r ,'. "k< ? Or even someone to help NEWLY BUILT poih 'fuimtuie. I BR AC of .1I9011 Rd. Lot rent $/5 per month $650; 19/7 Kawasaki 650, needs work 7 SR-100 spots and Immokalee tongue. Road. "tfnchg

i". uige |obs Call mo, 964 4908 Noi pm vote srraonod' porch, undei' oak ,includes water and sewaae. 964 4467 $100. Both negotiable. 433304. Itpd Answers on to "Minor." 4737162. 8/7

i I b tao loigp' or small 8'71 3lpd 9'4 trees No kids no pets, $245 per month. v 4 itcng' ------ tfnchg

"ET GLASSED 11 I Why wax your car 01 plus deposit' '/64.6114. 9,4 2tchg. ; 9' 11 1 UOUBLEWIDE MH 3BR. 2BA. $5000 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE YARD SALE
boot and and MH FOR RENT: 2 BR newly lenuidcledfum down .
over over, over when Can be seen behind Bradford --- --
can HAVE IT GLASSED. Liquid' kn"?c hen M cam pa'', A C. nice quiol Motel Also 1 PERSONALS
singlewide _
you 3BR 1BA LAKE LOT Milkiest Lake. 13500. --, FRIDAY SEPT. 5-94; Saturday Sept 6,
Glass Staike, 964 8348 8 28-ltpd9 1 la area, $245 month plus deposit No /82 3000, 9 4 tpd Ownor will finance., $164 per month. 9.noon. Park of' the Palms, Bldg. 47
I child, Michele Parks. THANK YOU ST. JUDE. MWH. 1'pd 9/4
12X70 with 6X12 EXPANDO 2 BR, 2 full 4/3 4367 0/I tfnchq Miscellaneous some, ; 'furr.lture. "Itpd
964 6714) 9 4 2lrhg 9 II' -
Visa Mastercard Info. Call (Refundable 9/4
baths all eloctric. 3 ton AC skirting. CHIAPPINI. REAL tbl: ATE -.REALTORS .
) 1-518-459-3S46 Ext. C3377. 24 RtNIALS AVAILABLE: $150 per ,n ,ntli' Asking SbSOO. 432152. 9/4 tfncha 45269.I .

_.':f.RS._! 4 3tpd 9 .1 18 and up Cull Subon I I aulkner BiokonOwiren -- -----.--- Lake Serena Accost Spacious 3 BR HOMES
MISCELLANEOUSCollie at A4 S0ft9; or 964 4048 I If- COMMERCIAL PROPERTY home, sunken living 'loam" large dock SOMEONE TO CARE for 6th grader at

1"""" poich Shaded with, live oaks 54900. Keys'one Elementary before' and after FOR SALE
-- -- --- -- RENT/LEASE Lake Geneva Executive name. 2400 sq. school, 1 137.4519 or after 8 p.m.

Shep & Bull Shap puppies' Must HELP WANTED ------- ft. of open plan living area. Lots of' I 659 2134. 2tchg 0/20.9/4 BROOKLYN LAKE COTTAGE: newly

'find homes 964 8148 94 1 'pd have shaded deck 3 bay garage. 149500. HOUSEKEEPER 3-5 p.m. Monday. remodeled with deck On wooded lot.
an excellent NORTHWEST CORNER OF Call S
JWe career| Thomp-
CLOGGING CLASSES, Kmcjslpy' (0I1e 'Hchq 9/4 Friday. 4/3-2368 or 4/3-4984. 2tchg Call after 7 pun 4737854. 9/4 3tchg
Cen'er Tuesday Sep 2 6 p ,m 'c U (opportunity in sales and! s ,n S', eels. 2 story 'masomy building. 9/4-11 I ITim's 9/18
ri/JeW 356 6849. 4'IOTF
pit Ph 964.95 8 28 ."pi 9> A delivery. We offer excellent! Simpson r --j--------
J RETAIL STORES lor lease, Highway 301 rALTERNATORS
employment benefits and od-[ <. uHi 4/3 3627 or 964 8840 5 8FF Custom Cabinets II. ---

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Equal Opportunity Employer PLAN TO BUILD Call about a lot Now ConstructionIf Remodeling .. STARTERS GENERATORS

KANE CYCLE good location. L* Cabinats Tile + Ceilings AUTOMOflVI OlEStl MARINE' INDUSTRIAL,
Riverside Uniform
REPAIRUS FOR RENT-Office Bldg 21S S. Free Estimates ,
964-8544: Walnut St.. Beautifully decorated. 3 ftI
301 N 964 5805 Call Tim Thompson tl\
1038 Edwards Rd. rooms 2 desks, console storage
OPEN Friday & Saturday 9-7 shelves coffee area. 964-4380 Shop 964-6238 Eves TF
1 -- 301 South HE BUI.." .RtPXfWfD ..

",. .. F- Hwy Handl'Houses.mme soRrmoiocMEsymc t.f 1 r
,'i mme mm/mi 7 1'ft' "** I

I{ ; Payment

:M ;1iJ'e : LP Gas Delivery Driver; 393 N. Temple Ave. SHOP TO TAKE CARE OF

.. Vornle P. Odom Broker-GRI
Griffis Gas Co. Many Sizes and Styles WARD TO SERVING YOU.

Hwy. 301 .5 AC.301 So. 476' Road Frontage

0AC WITH WEll-owner will hold 964-8848 B. & M.

Parts e Repairs mtg. STARTER
7 .ni. South of Starke LOTS-Graham Area. & GENERATOR ro

5', Discount Price for 01 AC and larger.AS Itn Evenings | 233 E. WASHINGTON ST. STARKE

f Tires & C Series 961-7725 IS HOU E.S13.500. S 14 4lrhq 9/4

olOTS.Dolew<>od' StD. High & Dry. 964-4073
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-1'T'r1ItTn'Tn'fJ.JIII'' t" ,:flll'--1"1 .:.i CRYSTAL LAKE HOME SITES: Iwibeautiful I 3 Retail SpacesFor

; homes, 3 BR, 2 BA st >,"08.
Accelerated Realty Inc : cedar or 4 BR 2 BA brick veioer I Contract Broiler & Lease

over 2,300 sq. ftW. ..
PRATT ST.: 3/1 CH A, stove Producers Needed

Phone : 964-4544 rein', 'ig 'microwave oven. ceiling fan I 1,000.1,250 & 2.750 sq. ft.

3 'LAWTEY AREA: Gorgeous 3 BR 2 Northeasti Hwy 301 S.

1520 S. Walnut; StteetHwy( 301 South) Starke, Florida BA brick veneor, over 2,000 sq 'ft j For a large Integrated broiler company In Across From The New

Homes lots: Acreage Waterfront ::: Interior decor that must be seen to I Florida. For more information contact Cargill, Wal-Mart Shopping Center I

... I plus 9.74 ac. & much more II
Farms CommercialNo m

Charge to List Your Property for Sale I..J3 turin with lovely large brick h. I>
Call and discuss it with us. = I with, all ammonities, Ige, pecan j mlii.i' !

'liens, has 4 MH rentals 2 steer.. d !
NICE AND NEAT Brick home, 3 BR, 2 UA, living room dining room and kitchen -
ponds near 1 75 & 441 -
combo carport, utility room $39,900.
FARM 22 5 with 3 Br. '
: Approx acres
FOR THE THRIFTY Block home, '3 BR I lOA. living room dining room S kitchen I
:= I BA, MH. 2 Ig barns plus tract .1 & [
combo, srreunod ch $34 90C i
Set 'for cow-calf I
COUNTRY LIVING CLOSE TO CITY formal 5 equip up opeia'i n.
Living room w'firplaee, dining room ::: Mcny extras BROADWAY & WALTERS
BR, 2 BA aigc eal""in kitrhen,' w snack bar enclosed garage, utility room. I
== LAWTEY AREA: 2 homes to cho se Hon 4 Dwr LTR
from 3 BR. I BA, or 2 BR. 1 BA Bith I File Cabinet SI 14.95 a
HANDY MAN'S HAVEN Frame home on 28.7 acres good farm and ranch land !
.. wi'h CHI A. 1 *
come acre. j Removal
partially' timbered buy all or part of land, $ 4.150. .. I
BROOKER AREA Over 1 800 ft.. -
GET THE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY Seeing is believing lovely block home with, 2 : sq j Hon 4 Dwr Legal Trimming .
cif f formal living with, all
BR 'BA f I Ie i IC "-iom ond a very large living. & dining room aiea great lore country am- j File Cabinet $149.95 *

,," tu" i",i 9 U, .. enclosed garage, on 3 acres. 65000. """ I 'ir.enitios plus 4.5 acres I I, Stump Removal
.""" LAKE BUTLER On S. Lake Ave .
MORE FOR YOUR COMFORT. CONVENIENCE i MONEY A home on 5 acres 23 Firewood
( across frorii school 3 BR 2 BA. C B. I Hon 48x30 Desk $219.00 TRAVEL AGENT,
miles from Cecil Field., Great for family living w/fireplace in Great Room screen *
remodeled. Free Estimate
ed poich 'j BR 2 BA central vaccum system. CH A, central stereo system. ceiling recently i TOUR GUIDE

Ions .''og. bldg fruit trees and stocked "fishpond $74,900. HAMPTON I BR I BA. approx II i AIRLINE RESERYAnolaTS
act >s e (R 325 with well. $18.500.. Hon 60x30 Desk $219.00 473.7097.473.1679
IS GARDENING YOUR THING? Buy this brick home on 5 acres 3 BR 2 BA. 'family STIlT LKML, nUTK/FMT-TH
ooin' iciiqo eat in kitchen, utility, loom 12 pecan trees, $58,000. After 5 P.M. rI.W.LM"m MMTiHMM
WALNUrST. 4 Plox plus 2 BR. ISA, I '
ALMOST NEW Brick home, living room dining room S kitchen combo (airily, ( New Mita Copy Machine smr i town TUMImructmTiraiMa
c MH. /8x2IO 1cm w th parking :
room 3 BR 2 BA, b b.q pit utility, bldg., WAKE OFFERI! MUST SELL'' garage. i 8Vxl! .0'uI4I Keystone Heights 1IIAIICIIoI ia InIUIU
LOOKING FOR RENTAL PROPERTY Neat frame home, 2 BR 1 BA. $26,000. ( Licensed & Insured
plus 3 MR I BA frame. Shopping I 30 minute 1195.00 tin MQittit IISHTHWK PT. fL
copies ma .
NORTH ON HWY 301.251 ft on Hwy 4BR, 1 BA, living room large dining, room S close per

kitchen area with lots cabinets' utility bldg., 34900. ur.MATIIKWSKEALTY i or rent for $45.00 per month
MOM AND DAD--ARE YOU RETIRING! One.Unit duplex 2 BR. I lOA, kitchen din ; A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL1SIJO432313Q4

'ng & living room combo located. in quiet' neighborhood. 27900. 111 I I \V. Madison _
LOOKING FOR PEACE AND Mobile home enclosed in brick 3 BR 2 BACH OFFICE SHOP u
QUIET g Stnrke, FL :3209tIt1'AI.'l'OR toct+fl 4 Mtmttf Hfttt
A well & soplic tank $56.900. 110W. Call St. *437--35ac Hampton oreo2, stocked .

WOULD YOU LIKE TO LIVE IN BROOKES Neat and well kept mobile home with 3 t !96\-I flit!. Starke. Fla. ponds near Lake Santa Fe. Make t***********_.**** _4'
i .\' ,fC. H.irold Kpps: l liii> l-tililtl
BR 2 DA porch tool shed located on 2 loIs, $25,000LOTS _.. ......"'.---_..f_.,_.._.._.__..' .. offer I Fenced.4M3S10Q ; BUSINESS :
ON SAMPSON LAKE NEAR STARKE Relax onc enjoy| good 'fishing. boatlnq E. Furnished MH plus stucco -
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and swimming Owner financing, with 20. down. Priced to sell beginning ai flWAL building. Commercial investment ; OPPORTUNITY :

SIB 000 Reduced. ..

LOTS ON SAMPSON INLET NEAR STARKE Small river but good building lots good Fill Dirt Soil 436--Golng Day Core Business Fall
Tractor Work I
islung, close to Sampson, Lake Owner financing with 20% down. Prices start at Top enrollment at full capacity, believe ; FASHION STOP is !

58 000. Backhoe Bulldozer only $23,000. developing a new "
COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES Nice, lot to build, a lovely home on. #424--202 N. Ihompson, could be ;

LAND FOR SALE 20 acres of good farm land with deep well $49,000; 131 acres of' t 1 4iiri' 964-6182-964- commercial, only 10 down, pricedat i shopping plaza adja :'

excellent 'farm land or use for dairy; 2 parcels 4.55 acres and 2.16 acres neat 25000. i cent to their store onIh'y' t

Giolrom 10 acres In S. Clay County $11.900.! #398.-4 Br" 2 Ba., on 21 acres also

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ']01 South 146 II. 'frontage301 South 4.5 acres With, Carpet mobile hookup renting at $80 a j ;301 (fac..oss from t

I Ii, ",age on he highway (Any Scotchganl month. I0*. down and priced at high school) 'I...

MADISON ft THOMPSON STREETS.Commemal, Bldg with Approx. 15,000 sq ft Room: '$1495Cleaning 13 65000. See nowl! ONLY T.WO :
1418- Furnished moblel mint condition .
Iloor space 74900. & Hall, ) Ava ble ''
1/2 acre lot, $7500 down and HKTAII. Oil oFFICE :
HOUSE FOR RENT 3 BR. BA. LR. DR. fainny 'cornIREt

I NOriRYSLP./r r'; Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co1 EDM owner financed. ; SPACES are left :

PuTUsrOwORKF0RY0UHI! -New catalogs are In- '
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREWe Buy and sell the Slrout way j Available i I for occlipaitcy ..

specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet furniture clean- i :

Wayne Douglas...... .964-6593 Novis Ward....... ... 964-7454 Ing and inside aulo detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality ,. ', .,,REALTY.iso ()mft miss; out on this :

John Greene..531.2121 Bill Dodd..964-7408 r work at low. low prices. Call now to make an appointment. .i e.ou ; jireat location ..

Irving Clark..... .. .......964.7188 Clndylturi.nay..964-7408 Senior Cili/rn: DNtuiinl Nu'Mil'>-> i I'Ch.'lgl'! l''niAtK iio ,uen. I CAI.L90'-3S".0603 : 1

Evelyn C'OJtair' ... .9644319m 0 n H v.d 'V t| I90: C floums o... Call 964-4997 Call Membllt o'' .473-M,. >. For Further .. :

Bement. ... .. . .964 6439 Patsy Lawson. ... . 964692: ?t: 250 $Q. H. Check Yellow Pages In Iou I phone book SIsAl' Bradford STARKE 838 N. TKHPUk., FL 32O9I. : Int'ol"luationw :
: :.: Clumber pi Comment
enlia charge All|( Work GunanlHd
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Ads PERTY? If' I do,,', have it, I'll fhrlll Jut
always remembered your special days-so 4962126 01 4962903, eves "YOUR
remember thelrsl! Send a Hallmark card on I Has Smooth Opening COMMERCIAL PROPERTY UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tin

Grandparents Day Sunday, Sept 7. RENTLEASEOFFICE -- FOR SALE --

Principal Wayne McLeod reportsa and is assisted by Mrs Ernestine
'Beast r- smooth opening for the 680) Register, S.E.S. librarian. The staff AND WAREHOUSE! SPACE
0 students at Starke Elementary; and students really enjoy the report Located. In Union County' Times DINING. ROOM SET solo' choif Call
o'Tj.A Handbooks should have reachedall and always look forward to tuning building. Call for Infontia'lon. 496 3206, after 7 P.M. Itpd. 9/4
parents last week to acquaint in. 4962261. tfn. RCA COLOR CONSOLE TV Call 496.2029.
'L. them with school policies for the upcoming Our P.T.A. officers this year are: -- BOATS --r- -
school year. A weekly Chuck Walker, president; Gloria LOST
Y: r. newsletter is sent with your child Rittman, vice-president; Betty

.4. 0 every Friday. Please encourageyour Hildebrand secretary; Janice ONE WALKER HOUND trl- 15' TRI-HULl CLASTRON BOAT vul'h 70
child to bring it home. Walker, treasurer. Young H P. Johnson Motor and trolling motor
it, wearing led collar, crooked
PVt SAL V. j DM4t.rrJf't. Office hours are 7:45: a.m. 4:00: The local School Advisory Council loll" Paul" tattooed In cot Call Plus, new Hunter. drive on trader
p.m. The first bell rings at 7:55: a.m. members are Linda Hampton, Jane at 496 2060 or 431-UV5, otter 6:30 Betty P.M. 2500. Call 4963253. 9/4 :2tchq. 9'I 11 I
and students should be in Clemons, Jan Jackson, Glenda Sut-
.. 1 1f 1s1 classrooms at 8:00: a.m. ton, Rhoda Wainwright, Cathy INSURANCEMAINES LOSTONE
We are very proud to have our Hilliard and Dorothy Moss. -- ---- --
S.E.S. Roadrunner report every Our annual open house will be at INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E. WALKER HOUND Young In,
Monday,Wednesday andFridaylive 7:30: p.m. You will be able to meet Main Street, Lake Butler, 496.3978. colored wearing red collar, crooked
y on our televisions! from the library. our principals and staff members Complete Insurance Service. 2tfree tail "Paul'' tattooed in ear Call Betty
r i r l Mr. Robert Austin, Chapter 1 and also visit your child's ot 496.7060 or 431.1075, after 6:30: P M
b readmit tearhpr \is our nnmm,w" clarsroom. HELP WANTEDCAREER Itpd. 9/4
'' i N'' L aaU I I .- -
weeks paid vocation, 3 paid holidays LAKE CITY COMMUNITY COLLEGE invlted
\iJ.v ,-... Your Country Gator Auto Store insurance plan,, profit, sharing Apply In: the public to attend the annual
THE OFFICE SHOP !! / The Working Man's.Friend person to lake Butler Apparel 650 5.5. Union county 'fall reception 'for port
+tt l, .-- y Number Ona..U S. 101 parks Honda 2nd Street Experience helpful but not time faculty on septembei I II.I 1986
Talaphona. .. MMO>Uln.i.lll. 17M101.JaeksMMIIa. tll-IVI [ required. We will train Itchg 9/4 The reception Is 'to t-n held from 5 30 to
110 W. Call Street Starke 964-5764 opts Monday-Friday ml I PM...IU....>Ml 4 PM LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER Unencumbered 6.30: P.M. at the u .lion High' School
0> 1986 Hallmark Card. Inc I Itpd. 9/4
salary free room and board. Coll
496.3700.8/14 tfn/chq.
--- --._.TOP PRICE ENGINE MECHANIC Only experiencedneed HOMES
'", QUALITY-FAIR apply. Call 496.2534, 8 A.M. to 5
t; LORIDA BIG ADVICE P.M. R fij Saw Shop,Worthing'on Springs
K pEST )) ALL YOURS AT FPC SAYS: 7/17 tfn/chq repair). Delinquent tax propertyRepo..e.o.
Ext. H 1136 for current list 7 31)
X V. CaiMMt.'r 539 E. Call Street Starke weeks paid vacation 3 paid holidays, 8tpd 9 18 repo
'--- OPEN 9-S (Sat 8-6)) CALL 964-5745 Visit Our Full insurance plan profit" sharing Apply in
Service person to Lake Butler Apparel 650 S E.
Black Kow 2nd Street Experience helpful but not WORK WANTED
Brand Cow Manure I' Paint and Body Shop reulred. We will train. Itchg 9/4

TYPING business Fa&
personal or
Sterilized-Weed & Odor Free no For All Your Repairs... LAND i FOR SALE dependable low rates Terry Holt
Instant Plant Food-Won't Burn I sk 462.4177 of'er 6 p.m. and weekends
50 Ibs. Bag | I. FREE ESTIMATES APPROXIMATELY 3 1/3 ACRE LOTS $800 Pickup and del very available 8 21
down $96.13 a month. Near Worthingtcm 4tpd 9'll I t
Springs. Call 4963859. 8/28
: Kills ??.... ._, Before You PlantFUMIGATE I I FIVE ACRES, excellent hoinesite pump -
Weeds, Fungus For Insurance p septic utility pole, dog pens 2 con CARS/TRUCKS
I crete slabs fish pond in rural wooded
k VAppM and Disease. CompaniesYour C r, o area of Union County surrounded by
r So'' ___ Lake Butler Management Area. 1977 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS SUPREME
tl""uD Gallon with VAPAM /A--- 15000. Call (9042942050.) 8/282tchg. New point good condition $1.500 Call
Treats 9/4 4962210. after 6 P.M. I Itpd 9.4
400 Sq. Ft.

Quart . . . . . . . FOR RENT
'95 Only Agency Body Shop in the area. Fully equip APTS.

Gal . . . . . . ped and has a professional staff to do it right! TYPEWRITERS RENT) AND Union ADDING Cour tyTimes MACHINESFOR 150

Main Street, Lake Butler. Phone
CYPRESS MULCH 496 2261 'for Information' tfn Brand New

30 Lb. Bag 1 88 OFFICE ,in AND Union WAREHOUSE County Times Buildingat SPACElacat..d 1 2, & 3 Bedroom Units

Reg. 2.79 . . . . . . SERVICE GM QUALITY PARTS :1w' .Gzvv&dAnc4LeS& more ISO information West Main.tfn Call 4962261. for Beginning As Low As

Poulan Saws Sale NowModel sass -mm."uu..uox TWO BEDROOM, 2 BATH MOBILE HOME $195
completely, furnished A/C safe'
neighborhood. $250 monthly. Adult LS..I Call
only. Call 496 22/1. after 5 P.M. 8'2( ,..., .. .
#2000 chg/tfn ..': .:" 782.3531

-a. 12" Bar & Chain
HOME for rent. $175 a month. Call
2.0 cu. In. engine 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke, FL 4963253. 9/4 2tchg 9/11
Solid stale Ignition 964.6262

Automatic chain oiling .
.- Reg,124" COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301 LAVERN H. OUTLAW
"' (aJ2'
: 'TV1 IORR $50,000. Call Today I J&P fflREALTOR::: Broker
doublewide mobile home.
ACREAGE 58 acres plus a Only *
Model S25DA16" Bar & Chain I L
$75,000. Owner terms possible. Ask For:
Solid State Ignition
.2.3cu. In. engine .-si11 CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, central heat & air. David L. Dodge,

Hog.269" . Manual. . .&. Auto. .oiling. . . . . 21 amoo .r-.M_ j Reduced to $35,000. Matter M.mb.rofNat.Alln.SenlorAppraiser
640 ACRES Excellent development property In a rapidly 964-4522
3400 Chain of Priced sell:! less that $1200 ol Matter Appraisers
Model 16" Bar & growing area Clay county. to at
5 I STARKE. FL. ___________________ _
1-- acre II.!
3.*cu.'In.engine FF' } DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms. 1 bath on 1 acre. 23000. South 301 Plaza Complete Property Appraisal Service
Solid State Ignition Farms Homes Business Land
SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. $11,000.
Countervlbo system
Will accept reversible bow N .38 ACRE FARM Northwest of Starke 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bath
frame with out-buildings, CH/A Open Monday thru Friday 8:30 a.m..to 5:30 p.m.

Reg. 0 279 99 .L3. .10 ACRES Pecan grove, no improvements. Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

349" . . . . . . . . . FORSYTH ROAD 5 Acres plus, no improvements. 640 ft.

frontage on rood. 2.9 acres with older mobile home well,

pump, septic tank.COMPLETE .

Bill's C.B. Radios COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE Ill Plumbing Supplies From -

Electronic 8 Communication Roberts Jr. Broker
George W. ,
964-6897 ATTENTION IOIB ALL Edwards HUrSTZRS Road--- ...- 964-6058 Evenings Durrance Pump & Supply-! .

Don't Walt Until the Last Minute to g.t Your RaJlo, Terry A. Gaines, CSM, Salesman/Appraiser I F* We Drill 2" to 6" Wells State Licensed '.
Sp.clal Frequencies,Etc. 964.4181Eveninas
REPAIREDORINSTALLEDPrinting .. -- I US $01 North,(64 N.Temple Ave.,Starke 964-7061)



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That's out of this world. m ,
$ You pick-up or We Deliver !

JANE.USHER i Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery iIi
Your Union County Realtor
BROCHURES PAMPHLETS 496.2126 or 496-2903 Cypress Lumber :

CHURCH BULLETINS STATIONARY 340 W.Main SI.......iutler Ii 964-6649 .J.JI

NEWSPAPERS .* ............
BOOKS FLYERS FOR SALE ************** ***

.IDEAl LOCATION 15 ml,. to G'ville l. City L. Butler Alachuo S High.
surrounds this very, very neat and comfortable
Springs. lovely country letting
home and 3 25 acres. This well kept' piopeity has fruit trees, equip.
--------- -- small form
ment pole barn. Suitable operation.
.WALK TO TOWN fiom this 'two story home Con,. Hand wall to wall HARRIETT MAINES REALTOR
Our Special carpet. Needs minor repairs. Must see to appreciate.
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS Throe or four bedroom home. Cent. H/A. One 25 EAST MAIN
121. 1/2 to 2 acres available. Priced fight to sell.
Business CardsRaised block off SR. acre up
1,000 Owner transferred, must sell LAKE BUTLER, FL.
.40 ACRESP.opocty lotated In Union County. With rolling terrain and fronting [a
Letters, Black Ink three roads this property has numerous home sights and can be easily 904-496-3978 .
sub-divided Parcel may also be sold In 20/20. Owner finance.
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS I 1.8 acre tract off littl Springs Road Wooded FOR SALE LAKE BUTLER

$1895plustax' septic BUSINESS tank OPPORTUNITY and well. Owner Business/commercial'finance properly. A building In city j3 BR., 1 1/2 BA., block home, low 30's

limits of lake Buller. Some financing, available to qualified buyer. Could be 13 BR., 2 BA., block, central H/AC, low 40's
used for several businesses' with plenty of parking space avioloble. home fenced mid
13 BR. 2 BA. central H/AC brick
Call 964-5764 Ask for Kim HAVE 3 TO S acres available with owners out of town S need to sell. Some
financing, available. Has assumable loans too. Call today for appl. to see. | 40's
---- HAVE 2 VA HOMES with assumable loans. Proper down payment neededto ( SEVERAL CHOICE BUILDING LOTS, approx. 2 acres
qualify only. No credit report or loan closing cost needed.
| in size.LARGE.
PROPERTIES IN UNION COUNTY I TRACT OF LAND can be subdivided Worthington -

JANE S. USHER, Realtor .Springs Area

BRADFORD PRINTERS 496-2126 or 496-2903 Eves. MOBILE HOME LOTS for FOR rent RENT in Union County. Lake

"Your Union County REAL TOR" Butler and Worthington Springs.
Call Street Starke 964-5764
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.'..lt'llI Ii SECTION September 4, I'm' I
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I Fire totals Lake Butler mobile home "

Four volunteer fire departments! answered primarily by the Lake consumed with damage estimates Southwest Bell
w.i re called Saturday morning to a Butler Volunteer Kite Departmentat totaling $:r,ooo with $25,000 on the
'titiniT I lire on rural route 1 in Lake 9:30: am. on Saturday, Aug 30 mobile home and $10,000 on the contents I
Butler which resulted in a complete The fire is thought to have startedin ,
loss the bathroom closet on the t Responding units included Lake
southwest side of the mobile home Butler Volunteer Fire Department '
A 19BJ Peachtree doublewide owned by Robert Brooke of Lake Raiford Volunteer Fire! Department Home I
I ii.nlfi, at rural route 1, box 402 in Butler, but specific cause of ignitionis New River Volunteer Fire Department ones for
I.ikt- Butler was completely con- unknown at this time, and Lawtey Volunteer Fire
siimi'fl hv flames after an alarm was The mobile home w,iv "lImplltin Department %

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I u r1" -Ii Y'-'i. -'--7'ffn ji ''ffil"" '"H'l'BPiM MWimmnw"i

VW InjuriesA OverturnsNo i 'Bout to drop from t or Office .

19B4 Volkswagon overturned I
three miles! west of Lawtey August the .
t to( however no injuries were listed .:. .
mi the accident! report "
Jwendolyn C. Vasquez,of Lawtey, Heat? '\ .:
driver of the VW, was cited lor YOUR ;
nlure i ', to use due care in special
hliardsaecording! to Trooper Kenneth -
nudge: CHOICE
Vasquez was westbound on
(H-I25, ran off the pavement and on- WARREN'SHeating I
to the shoulder for 15$ feet, overcor- j
i n't.ted and struck an embankment $5250
..it the end of culvert. The VW went ; & Air Conditioning ,
.lIl'houme, struck the ground and l la
,overturned one and one-half times : rr
i n'folding to the report Damage to Service r
he I VW was listed a-. $2,500Cumberland 1' e I
help you with their

Gets New Computer Complete Sales & ServiceHeat '

For Reservations

hough I it's not .is tough as getting Pump Specialist ;i
.' tuket to the !Master's golf tourna ; !
i !lent or a conplenty Also doing Plumbing & Electrical Work t.t
\/'t, of people twill tell ::J!!J Iifif>>
I / you'li.it %
it takes some work to make a Service; on All Makes of Air Conditioners ;t 1 pri nh r 7 :J f.1 i I"I"C "
i I' -.tivation to visit CumberlandI and Heaters j
I land. National Seashore off z D, .' f
I oigia's- coast.
But booking space on the fer- 964-7230 473-9068 J-- I
\ lm.it or at one of the island

I!1"'lllIlar 11'1Ihanks\ | campgrounds to a new computerized will be easier Starke-."" ",.., ,,,,,,Keystone. Heights! .,,,,,, i 4 n ,
I i"si'i'vat ion system being put into -
'!peratian! by the National Park Ser-
\ in' beginning Oct. 1. I
.:Make that slightly easier," said I Grand Opening Works as well on the wall as it does! on the The standard phone that beats all standards.
"l\i: 'nneth O. Morgan, superintendent de<,k.
i the national seashore Visitation GUNN'SGUN Choice of dialing mode. FC 151 offers pulse i
I- still limited to 300( people a day on Convertible design This model doubles as a wall dialing; works with rotary and Touch-tone lines
i 1:11';: island & PAW 01 desk model whichever your needs require FC 155 offers true Touch-tone, for speed of dialing
Fees 1 for the ferryboat are$7 80 for
..ulults $(>.50 for senior citizens 65 or .1 !Sleek-line style. Even the functional can look and compatibility with tone-accessed services.
(11\er and $4 01 for children 12 and GISTER 22 Cal. Rifle (MU.IOO ia Vt,.oiag modem and beautiful. Fully modular.Comes with connectors for I
under There are no fees for campng I g1 t'u'Tr.Jl, \ &comply with stole' fodorol rOBulallons)
but reservations are a must tO and a Rod & Reel(unn Hum par wmnen) Lighted dial. Illuminated for your convenience.e..sy. installation. or movement from room to room. f

Island Reservations can be made to Cumberland by calling Drawing to be held Saturday, Sept. 27 Pulse/tone switchable, automatic redial, quality-} : Traditional bell ringer with ringer volume control. l

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headquarters mSt Marys! Reserva Fishing Tackle even with multiple instruments on the line.
non lines are open between 10 a.m. Guns Guns Galore!
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ps, PS, Air, Special SHOP long, Voice-activated control eliminates.

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Recent Bradford ArrestsIn CountyThe INSULATION JONES FUNERAL HOME

following arrests were madein
Bradford County by local Complete Hospital Equipment ,,,""
authorities. SAVE THAT ENERGY

For Rent or Sale
Carlos Ford 38, of Starke was arrested -
Sept. 1 for 24 Hour Service
tion, according to Investigator
David Aderholt. Ford was on proba-
tion for a charge of resisting arrest MONUMENTS 473-3176
with a weapon. Bond was set at 964-6200

1000. Starke Keystone Heights
William Clarence Loper, 38,, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 2 on a
capias charging grand theft, accor- HOUSE EXTERIOR
was set at $150, he was released on
his own recognizance.
Diy or Night QUALITY INSTALLATION ( Transportation)

Ernest Simon Cowart, 30, of SAVE SAVE
Starke was arrested Aug. 31 for ON HEATING I 9646956FRAME I ON COOLING 964-6223
disorderly intoxication,according to
observed falling down on the
sidewalk on US-301, he had a strong Steve & Cindy Futch
smell of alcohol and when questioned -

walk it was the determined street safely.he was Bond unableto was ... .' ',,, .-- ,,', ".......,'. ', ., '. ....... ... -. .,'.. .... ,",','. .' '.,'... .. ,' .'. ., .' ",'..... .. '. '. '" '."'' ..... .
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set at$100.75,he was released on his
own recognizance.

Thomas Edward Rodriquez, 22, of Tapes
Keystone Heights was arrested
August 30 for disorderly Intoxica- Panasonic
tion, resisting arrest with violence
and threatening a public servent,according $499
to Patrolman Hinds. Rodri- 6 Hour
quez was lying on the hood of a parked Xrne
vehicle behind Pizza Hut accor- Gibraltor
ding to the report, and he smelled
strongly of alcohol.When approached -
by the officer, Rodriquez
threatened to kill him when he got
out of jail. Bond was set at$500 he
was recognizance.released on his own Jmiot'nn4For

Keith L. Jones, 26, of Starke was
arrested on a capias charging wor-
thless check according to Deputy
Doug York.Jones is charged with issuing -
a worthless check to Bells
Garage in the amount of$240 accor-
ding to the information. Ike was
released after a $300 surety bond

was posted. Your Entertainment


James William Rhoden was arrested KV-1976R
Aug. 30 for driving under the 19"TRINITRON Sony 19" Color T.V.
influence (DWI) and improper tag REMOTEECONTROLTV

blood according alcohol to Deputy content York.was Rhoden's.15 per- Trinitronone-gun/one-lens picture tube with With Remote Control I and Many Features

cent. He was released after a $404 exclusive Aperture Grille and full square-cornered.
surety bond was posted. display

Mirrorblack screen for higher contrast, Panfocus
Charlotte Drake Stalls49, of h
Pay Only "
Vedra Beach was arrested Aug. 28 gun for improved sharpness at corners
for DUI, no tag, according to Lt. Stereo broadcasts compatible circuitry with MPX
Winston Barber. Bond was set at output connector for an optional Sony stereo $ **
$462, she was released on her own broadcast decoderCableCompatible 4 3 I
recognizance.Todd Express Tuning with quartz- _

Eugene Henderson 22, of locked accuracy Per Month
Alachua County was arrested Aug.!!: Pay-TV(ANT/AUX) switch for remote control
29 for driving while license suspended access to a scrambled cable channel looped CASH PRICE
improper tag according to Sgt. through a convertor box
W. C. Reno. Bond was st at$200 he
VIP (Viewing Interval Programming) $
was reJeased on his ownrecogntmnctf. automatically
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5 6
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you don't want children to watch ,I'
Sleep rimer turns TV off automatically after 1 hour It'< plus tax
10-key Express Commander remote control for .-

channel selection picture tuning and stereo
sound adjustment
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Fisher 904 =_-- -- = Sharp 19" Color I T. V.
VHS Recorder

Girl Scout/Boy Scout '349.00 1 Year Warranty on Tuner Reg. $479

Fall Roundup '86-87 Reg. I EJ: I I rai 10..4; 1 Year on Parts & Labor

School and churches throughoutthe $329oo0cmii: -
Northeast Florida area will open Sale 369
their doors to potential Girl Scouts "tB Pay $24.21
and Boy Scouts on Thursday, 3 DAYS ONLY!
September 11, 1986 for the Fall .
Roundup'86. per month
This represents the sixth year that
the Gateway Girl Scout Council and -
North Florida Council Boy Scouts of -
America have cosponsored this BAND INSTRUMENTS(
event and the second year that it has I Car Sound Systems I
been held in all 15 counties served by
the two organizations.U FOR RENT
S. Appeals Court Judge GeraldB.
Tjoflat, Chairman of the Board
If a band student and need an instrument -
and past president of North Florida Panasonic EABT-50 Sayno FTU SB you are
Council Boy Scouts of America
Mrs. Williams G. Lockwood, Jr., for this school year come see us...
President of Gateway Girl Scout Car Radio Car Stereo
Council are co-chairmen of the Call 964-6946 for information on our rental

event.Over 250 locations in 15 counties Speakers Player program.
will host Fall Roundup '86 pro-
grams. Girl Scout and Boy Scout 25 Watts, 40 Hms AM-FM Cassette
volunteers will be on hand to answer
questions and explain the programsto PanasonicCQ5505EU
those interested. The programs $34.95 $59.00 $ 00
begin at 7:30: p.m. in Bradford and 99

Union. AM-FM Cassette . .
Southside Elementary School is
one exception, scout leaders will be
on hand to answer questions at 6:30: ,
prior to the Open House. GUITAR STRINGS Panasonic Disc Panasonic Cy5650EU
The Girl Scout Program is Compact
available to girls in Kindergarten
through 12th grades. Boy Scouting All Types Pre-Program Channels 7 Band GraphicFantastic
begins with Tiger Cubs for boys in ,.
1st grade,Cub Scouts for grades 2-5, &
Boy Scouts for grades 6-8 and Explorers Sound ._ Equalizer
for 9th grade and higher. -
Reg. $444. _. E Booster Amplifier
Murder 25% Off All ,
From Pag 3. SHEET MUSIC $95 00
\ .
native of Jackson- i
Ms. Morris a
ville, is survived by her husband, IN STOCK '
Charles M. Morris; one son, RobertB.
Hawkins; a stepdaughter, Dr.
Patricia Morris; her mother, Mrs. 95 Movies Fox XK Radar Detector
Bryant S. Carroll; and a brother,. RADIOS
Bryant S. Carrol,Jr. 1 0% off Mon.-Thurs. All Band Protection
Funeral services were held at 9:30:
a.m. Friday, August 29, in the No Membership
Ortega United Methodist Church.In- J All Sony ,In stock $9 7 95
in Cards .
terment was at 4:00: p.m. Friday Necessary
Evergreen Cemetery, Gainesville.
P'" nf in, 'Ll, :

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LIOQAQYoF _.....=..- -:.. Home Entertainment Concepts
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The original' Library of Congress, Bradford Square Shopping Center Starke 964-6946
of 3.000 volumes was Incinerated .. __ I
consisting L. .
by the British In' the War : '.' : .'." _:. .. :. .

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t III News Brief: ",

the Datsun, continued travelling un- ?.. ....._,,... .+ .'iiii u the Uuitlo'a Divorces GrantedIn Tyler.John. & Rebecca Mitchel E. Huddleston & JeanetteL.
Thomas '
Starke Youth til the vehicle ran into a fence, according home and found that many of its con- Bradford Flynt Huddleston. In-
CountyThe Ann Thomas. Cindy L. Interest & Barney
to the report. tents were missing; according to
Injured in Accident & Bonnie J.
Bond was set at $614, Bennett w"i:*. Assistant U. S. Attorney George following marriages were Victor Massey terest. E. Yon.
Yon &
Randall E Cynthia
George Ricks, Jr.. 18, of Starke released on his own recognizance. Blow. Therese Guido has failed to dissolved in Bradford County duringthe Massey. & Aleesa M. La- Trull & Trull.
C. Ruby
VMid injured in a Friday evening accident Damage to the Datsun was $1,200, turn over a white fox fur coat, a diamond month of August. Joseph Lajoie George Combs &{ Sharon
on SR-16. Rambler $500 and $400 to the Ford. and sapphire ring and a pair of Timothy D. Roberts & Tamara L. joie.Richard B.Splitt&Marie J.Splitt.IMSlSMBlSBlSBllIHB'SSii. Combs. L ,
Kicks was taken by Rescue 61 to There were no \listed injuries in the diamond earrings which Investigators Turnipseed.
Bradford Hospital than transported accident report.Brewer said were listed on thecouple's Henry Cohen & Cora Cohen.I ..... !!.!!!!!!!!!!!!:===II:=::I
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by ShandbCalr to Shands Hosp'ltallnlnesv1ie.sePt. insurance policy. Gary R. Perry & Cynthia A.
\ 3 his condition Is and BighamGet Guido now lives in California. Perry. mmmm MODEL OF THE WEEK ::
I listed as stable. His mother, Barbara Judge Paul said he would initiate Roy Delmar Locklear & Deborah mm ,
Ricks, said he has a broken ProbationTwo criminal charges if federal I at- Jean Locklear. JASON MAJOR ::
I wrist and two broken ankles. His Brooker youths were placedon torneys file a motion seeking them. Timothy Lee Tyler & Shirley AnnAmerica's :.:. ....
but there is no .. .
I I head was after
mother. probation Sept. 2 they pled .. ..
concussion, said his guilty to burglarizing the home of an .. ..
Toyota, was ..
Ricks, driving a 1976 Feb.
overtaking and elderly lady 28. rr '"r II
westbound on SR-16 Joel Sether Brewer given ten aI
traffic according to was 0 :: ::
passing slower years probation (with special condi- a .. ..
Trooper William Abrams. tions) after he pled to burglary of a .. ..
Toyota ran off the roadway, came dwellng while occupied and attemptto .. ..
back on the pavement and crossedthe commit burglary. Judge John J I aI .r .rrhs .
center line striking a 1970 Ford. Crews included special conditions; .. ..
E. ..
of the
Occupants must submit to chemical test for rr
and Cecil Taylor were taken to Bradford .. ..
controlled substance, complete 100
i ..
were e ..
Hospital where they hours of community work with I \ .. ,
to 1:
l released, according
treated and ..
senior citizens and pay a fine of
and Bill .. ..
Paramedics Cliff Chapman
$2,500. ti al
O'Neal. for careless driving Scot Kelly Bigham pled guilty to Finest Income Tax Course ...r.r ::
/ Ricks was cited and .. ..
attempted robbery gnen
accident, said Learning income taxes could offer
29 money-making
In the August you .
five years probation also with opportunities and save return at tax time :. f r \ Za i
Abrams. you money on your
special conditions, the same as .. ri
j, 3 Vehicle Accident Brewer, except he was fined $1,000. e Morning J, afternoon, evening classes ::
i t: Bigham and Brewer were sentenced :: *
: One DUI Arrest as adults. Reasonable Court Fee Cla..ea begin Sept. 3 .. ..
h Send for more Information today or call now! .r ..
I I A Hampton man was charged with) Charges DismissedOn Send for more Information today or call now! .... ....
driving while intoxicated after his: .. ..
t vehicle was involved in a three- Kit ResidentA - .rr. ....
Y vehicle accident Aug. 31 south of ..
.. federal judge dismissed con- r Con'1 J ::
Hampton. II ::1 ..
Curtis Gene Bennett, 21, was: tempt of court charges against the .. 1r : ..
wife of a convicted drug dealer last III .. ..
: charged with driving under the influence 964 N. Temple Ave. J .. ..
no t.g and driving while week even though she failed to sur- I 1 .. r.
s license suspended, according to render property her husband had Starke, Fla. 32091 ... ....
I Trooper Kenneth Ethridge. agreed to forfeit lo the government. .. ..
Rambler, I I II .r w"7 ] f S! ..
' Bennett driving a 1973 U. S. District Judge Maurice Paul 964.8286 or 528.2551 .. ..
e northbound on CR-221, also nor .. ..
thbound was a 1981 Datsun, driven warned he might initiate criminal I I II .. ...
charges against Therese Guido, a .
by Lori J. Stone of Hampton, an Please send me free Information about your tax preparation course. .rr s's'r s'r
J former
30-year-old Keystone
unknown vehicle and a 1986 Ford, Heights resident. I I .... ..
driven by Thomas Palandino. Stone Name .. ..
prepared to made a left turn onto a Guido's husband Frank Guido, pied I I II .. ..
guilty to cocaine, marijuana and Address .ri
dirt Palandino and the ..
vehlcJe slowed down. Bennett struck income tax evasion charges. He was .. ..
\ the left rear of Palandino's Ford, sentenced in July to 30 years in I City State_ Zip I II .... P _i .rrrr .

, :yJ; travelled through the southbound prison and fined $200,000. Phone IBecky's .. ..

lane and onto the shoulder, struck Guido tried to hide property when 1.. _ _ _ ... ... IW'e ..rrr rr .

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Two from Bradford .rrr
.. ..
f Attend Farm Bureau "Quality Work .. ..r.
.. ..
Safety Course atBudget ... ..
1 'Hair Boutique Prices"WalkIns .. ..
I Two young people representing .... ::
Bradford County Farm Bureau at / ..
tended the 16th annual Florida Farm 473-2672 S. er ..
Welcomed! J
Bureau Federation .. ..
held recently at Camp Ocala! rr.. :: t.

Paul and David Gaskins from Complete Perms . . . . . . $18.50 & $20.00 ..rr.. ..rr..

I Starke participated in the program Wet Cuts *3.50&4.00 Cut & Bio $500 & $6 .. ..
designed to maintain an interest in :: Jason Is "jamming" around school with his Lifeguard ::

life.Farm Bureau and safety as a way of Shampoo ,& Set . . . . . . $5.00ts :: Jams for $9.99 and Hanes T-Shirt for$3.99. .:
:: We also carry Gator Jams and T-Shirts for that special :s
Jheri Redding, Lamour Zoto's & Redken Produc: Used ::
& Blue
"We hope these seminars :: Orange style. ..
Becky Outlaw, Owner OperatorHwy. .. its
: ., stimulated a willingness to become .. CWi\ .r
( involved in community action projects ..
21 North Mon..Fri. 9:30.5:00: r
while affording our young people r
Keystone Heights Fl Saturday 8:00.400: ..
become Involved .. ::
an opportunity to 32659 Next to Flea Flicker aIgMrw"
4 as active Farm Bureau =: Right Turn Mens Wear :

: members," said FFBF President .. 1 ..
Carl B. Loop, Jr. Avenue ::
:: 452 N. Temple
With the increase in the use of all- We !! Starke. 964-6795 t:5:1: : "t1' ..3

k I terrain by vehicles American, a course Honda was on safe provided are doing mmmmmummmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmm........*.!...........*. ....... .. .............!

' riding techniques for ATVs.

4 t\f Other offered training to students and safety included programs what we do best. .

3 :. such topics as proper firearm handling !- ...auto homeowners
' wlldli'e indentification, first ,

aid, rifle marksmanship at an approved and farm insuranceWe *
rifle range, highway safety, 10.5 % TAX-DEFERRED .
and fire and electrical safety. have redirected our attention to the areas of service we do .
Several were certified courses. best, auto, homeowners, and farm insurance. There was a time ''
"We had personnel from Florida when no one could touch us for service or rates. We're proud to an- INTEREST
c Farm Bureau as well as various fire
nounce those times are back. Before renew in
you your coverage
and duct law the enforcement courses," agencies said Dennis, con- these areas, how about giving us- u call for a quote. AND MUCH MORE. .

Emerson, FFBF director of Field David Beatfy, Agency ManagerWill ,
Services. "The program
three major areas of safety: Brown, Agent

a hunter/firearm safety, water Auto Home The GSLIC PROVIDER Premium Whole Life
safety/survival, and farm Farm, Life & Health Single

+ ; Students equipment/machinery attending these safety.courses Insurance Policy gives You:

i received training in safety in an enjoyable UNION COUNTY BRADFORD COUNTY

'' j atmosphere," Emerson 325 S.E. 6th Street 2270 N. Temple Avenue

said. Lake Butler, Fl 32054 ; S Starke, Fl 32091

r ((904)) 496-2171 ((904)) 9646369Let's High Rates of Interest on Your

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