Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04434
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 11, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04434
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Regular late summer weather. Sport.8-lJA ;.
A low pressure area is coming down and being replaced by high / Y
pressure. Showers expected to continue into the weekend. There is SECTION BI 12 Pog.t /

a 40% chance of rain Thursday and Friday, Sept. 11-12, with Employ. Bwor.IBLiv ,, ,
thunderstorn.s probably becoming more numerous Saturday and Shak. .ir>.ar.. IB 'ttCtP
Sunday. Ticket for Kid..3B i V I
Weekend lows!: will be in the 70s, highs !80-90. lC Air .4B
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slack oil'/ The 50-year average shows August rainfall at 8.1 inches, Traffic .6 ;. ,"
then a slackening to 5.46 inches in September, 3.64 inches in OeArt D.CJ '
tober, 1.86 inches in November, and 3.08 inches in December. N.w M.n' stor*.7BClo The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven '
. ;, August rainfall, averaging 10.81 inches, was nearly 3 inches ..ifid..B-IOB
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: -, 8th Issue Thursday, September 11,1988 USPS 062-700 4


: Country Club :Area Roads Don't Rate ]Paving:,' Residents Told f

'UIwtL TheShakespeare -
? There is no money to pave two unpaved portion of NE 6th Street, ed roads in the county, Carter We'll do the rest when we can," said which becomes impassable after
" short roads, totaling less than a mile which runs in Iront of the country pointed out."Everybody.. Hodges. every hard rain and which the county '
long, near the Starke Golf& Country club. "We'll be dead and gone by then," !has begun paving preparationwork
Club, a group residents was told Ms. Bess Abdulla, spokespersonfor feels like 'you do, Merrill Williams replied. on. "s
" Aug. 25 by the Bradlord County the residents, said cars can slide Carter said."Merritt In the past several I years the coun-
Tonight! Commission. off NE 6th Street and NE 6th Ave. Williams, one of the ty has paved the Crawford Road: No. 3 is the Mi-mile extension of '
sand when it residents out that the coun- CR-225) Bess?nt Road east and west to 4 .
' First, the county must pave the because of the shilling pointed ( ) between US-301 and
.. .I At 8, Woman's Club roads that are causing the most problems is very dry. Commissioners promised ty club area residents are among SR-100, the Speedville Road near Flume Road.
. I "Men and Women of and costing( the most to keei to dig the'ditches to improve those in Bradford County who pay Keystone Heights, the Laura Church No. 4 priority is the 3.5-mile long "
said. and haul limerock onto the taxes. Williams also askid ForsY the Road. SF nth st
db Shakespeare," presented by The in condition, commissioners drainage property Road and Ellington Road NE of a
South Carolina Repertory, auspices Next road to be paved is Eunice roads to stabli/e them, but said how much the 4-cent per gallon gas Starke. and now, ts doing surveying Number 5 and in the last priority
' Road north of Lawtey the commis- that's all that can be done now. tax ra1sed.The county's portion is work in preparation to paving is the rnile of
Santa Fe Community College. Free position one length I
sioners said. There about$240,000 per year. Eunice Road north of Lawtey. The Lakeview Drive SE 82nd Ave. to SE
; and open to the public. Thursday, is 7 years 01'paving work ,
i r' Sept. 11.Seminole. There are people who can't get out ahead of the county, CommissionerMaxie .Thafls what the county is using to board tries to pave one road a year. 77 St., on the cast side of Santa Fe
to the highway when it rains becauseof Carter told the group. pave the roads which have been paved The current project priority list In- Lake at Melrose.
h the muddy Eunice Road, the Mrs. Abdulla then asked that the the last few years, pointed out. cludes the Laura Church Road, 2.6
:f. Boosters... residents were told. Commissioners two roads be placed on the paving Commissioner E.W. Hodges. The 'miles, which has just been completed The county commission wants to
' pointed out the county club area priority list. OK, Commissioner county could not afford to pave complete the current priority list, '
The Bradford-Union Seminole roads they want paved, NE 6th Ave., Carter, "We consider putting themon anythings before the 4-cent gas tax; Number/ 2 on the prority list i K the probably at t '. rate of ore road per
i Boosters will meet next Thursday, Eunice Church Road, NW 105 Ave., year, before adding other roads to
. a short crooked dirt road between the list. But there's no use lying to Hodges pointed out.
"'J Sept. 18, at 7 p.m.: in the WPXE Flume Road (NE 13th St.) and the you." There are 350 miles of unpav- "We doing the worst, roods first. north of Lawtey a 2.7 mile dirt road the list.
Radio Station in Ctarke. ,,'. at r..
.,:.: Channel 17 TV's sports director .
Glen Fisher will be the guest. A '.;.l7 .
lasagne dinner will be served. All 11....; Firms '
interested persons are invited to at- K "
t' '( tend. l'

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Republicans to Meet... ,
The Republican Club of Bradford ? p : HonoredBy
County is set to meet at 7:30: p.m.
Tuesday, Sept. 16, in the Pratt S
Street Recreation Center. Y t, {err r _
Main order of business will be

". duscussion of the Republican Rally StateLt.Gov. '
set in October.

:: All persons are encouraged to at- A
' tend and bring a friend, says
Republican Ben Holtzendorf. Wayne Mixson announcedthat
the Florida Department of Com

AARP to Meet... ii merce has selected two Bradlord
County industries for recognition
The Bradford Chapter of AARP during the upcoming Industry Ap-
I will meet at 1 p.m. next Thursday, preciation Week Sept 1519.
Sept. 18, in the Senior Citizen Crosby Manufacturing owned and
i r. Center behind the new courthouse. operated by Mark Mulhhns and
t Speaker to be announced. All per Riverside Uniform Rentala,
sons are urged to attend and bringa operated by Dale Hollowuy, were
friend. both named along with 10 other
l firms in 11 north Florida counties.
City Absentees... 'This recognition lor two local industries

\.. Absentee ballots will be available its; more significant when
Friday noon, Sept. 12, at city hall you consider that only 56 companieswere
for the City of Starke second recogni/ed statewide, says
primary set Sept. 23. Jack Eckdahl executive director of
the Starke-Bradtord County
Chamber of Commerce.
"Bradlord County shoulJ be proudwftheewrtributiwiH'nia'de

J:.. Community Band... .,. ,q. .' '___ .... ._ _" ... __-.-___,__.wIww1..- ____. u_.__ ._ ..__...... by these
two industries to our community.
The Bradford County CommunityBand They not only run efficient organi/a-
held its first rehearsal Sept. 8 tions, but they provide jobs lor our
F with great success. Director Jim t ot al ,5f' The Tension Mounts. residents, assist with community

, Peronto is looking for more Hands prayerfully clasped, Group 5 candidate Ed programs and help: support the
. members. economic health of Bradford County -
. Class meets at 7:30: p.m. each rl rSY Ind11h Wall chats with third place candidate! Philip ," Eckdahl states.
Monday in the Bradford Middle Nichols. Incumbent Travis Woods standing behind Both firms will be honored by the

:i School band room. Twenty-four table watching the count, led by by 26 votes. Nicholswas Existing Industry! Committee of the
members are on the role so far and of Wall. Chamber of Commerce next Thursday
just 21 back
F more are expected. Call the Vo- Sept.. 18, at a 5:30: p.m. reception i
. Tech Center, phone 964-6150, for at Florida National Bank at
1 more information. Only a few percentage points separated all three. Starke. The will be held
t It doesn't matter if you haven't for all existing industry in the count

.. played in 20 years, come anyway, At left Starke voter Don Hardenbrook prepares to as a small way of saying
'! You" for their in the
; says Director Peronto. Members so presence community -
.-: far are high school grads from the vote. The poll workers at left are Clara Colson, Ber- ," says Eckdahl"It

f 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s. Peronto is nadine Early, and Margaret Williams.It is important that we take timeout
r' looking for some people from the torecogniseallofourexistingin-

i 4' was an ultra-quiet city election, anybody'sguess dustry! which, collectively, is our

s.Gator right down to the wire. The turnout was 44.4% Number One employer and providethe "
QB'ers... x1v' community with over 750 jobs
; Eckdahl "Many people arc
There will be no meeting of the lI ll ,l r'r Tension heightened as the ballots piled up evenlyin unaware says.that industrial jobs out
Starke Gator Club this
Quarterback 1't different stacks in the Group 5 race, and the can number the Department ol Correction
week since there is UF football
I "
game. 1' 1 1 1. didates couldn't tell who was ahead. They had to in this county Bradlord he add DOC
in County
Next meeting of the Gator QB wait until the votes were tallied by Clerk Neil number employees around 700.

Club is set Sept. 18 at the Starke Tucker and posted, just like everybody else. In Bradlord County and 'm-
Golf & Club.
Country Hospitalityhour
mediate surrounding areas there

Speaker 6:30: : Bo p.m.Bayer Meeting, UF 7 recruiting p.m. Ed Wall said the tension Tuesday night comparesto are lirms that produce paint injjredi'fts -
: steel joists, custom ul.lity
coordinator.A the birth of a child. solar
trailers, uniforms clothing
bus trip to Starkville, Miss for v :. r the
r energy, supplies, large.tdimng
the Mississippi State game Sept. 27. room furniture manufacturer
Some seats still available Call in Florida and more.
NOW, Marty Barry, 964-P300, or
Ada Reddish, 964-7910. The bus
departs: Starke the morning of the
27th, returns Sunday night Sept. Jimmy Crosby Re-elected in City Voting, Show Artifact
28. Price includes travel, hotel, and
game tickets.A Or Tell a Tale at

trip is set to the Kentucky Historical t Society

game Nov. 15, departing Fri., Nov.
14, and returning Sunday, Nov. 16. Thursday, Sept. 18, will b.>
Woods and Wall Face Sept. 23 Run-off "Share an Artilact or un Anec
dote" night at the mon'.lih'!!
meeting of the Bradlord Count t

Three term City Commissioner Group 5: or 41% ol the 2,325 voters registeredfor room where he watclyvl 1 the votes being Historical Society in lh" SKCC
Upcoming... Jimmy Crosby won re-election to his the election.An counted. Commissioner Woods Starke Center conlere..e room
Group 3 seat in Tuesday's election in Nichol . . . 317 efficient group of city poll said he doesn't! intend to let up, that (Old Courthouse at 7:30: p.m. I
The bloodmobile is scheduled Starke, but a close 3-way Group 5 Wall . . . . .338 workers had the ballots counted by he must work harder than ever lor

here today (Thursday, Sept. 11). race leaves incumbent Travis Woods . . . . 364 7:45: p.m., 45 minutes alter the polls the Sept. 23: run-off. All members and guests! (are invited -

From be 9-10 at the a.m.state the bloodmobilewill Woods and challenger Ed Wall facing No Vote . . . 13 closed. The candidates became :Newcomer Wall received.said he is pleased An in- to participate in the program
surplus property a Sept. 23 run-off vote. when in with the vote and
warehouse on US-301 south. From Total . . . 1,032 visually nervous they were vestigator with the public defender's by bringing descrilmifian (
vited inside the vote counting area to article ol local historical interest -
10:30: a.m. to 5:30: p.m. the blood- Group 3: watch the count.. ollice, Wall said he still has some or brielly relating an

Commerce mobile will be at the Chamber the of Crosby . . . 568 21 votes!: back of Wall or 47 back ot Wall compared the tension to the vacation time to lake to campaign. anecdote connected with Brad-!
building with
Madison and Walnut on Streets cornerof in Gain.* . . . 452 the leader, was another newcomer birth of a child. Ed said he didn't Gaines Crosby termed between his friends.race He lord County history.
Philip Nichols who was eliminatedin become really tense until he saw the as one
Starke. . . . .
No Vof. 12 the run-off. ballots piling up about equally and said several people told him they'd

The regular monthly meeting of Total . . . 1,032 Group 3 incumbent Jimmy Crosbywas could make no determination. A marked both names on the ballot, A brief, but important ,
the Bradford School Board is set at
happy with his 116 vote margin group of some 50 family members of not wanting to choose between the business meeting will lie held
7 p.m.The Monday third Tuesday, Sept. 15.meeting of Just a tew percentage points over challenger Terry Gaines. candiates and interested onlookers friends.It prior to the program." Each show-
the Starke city commission is set at separated all three Group !R can- Crosby gathered 55 the vote, remained in suspense until Clerk was a very quiet city campaign. and-tell participant will l b o .Mol
7:30: Tuesday, Sept. 15, in city didates. Incumbent Travis Woods Gaines 44%. Neil Tucker carefully added the Nobody would publicly venture a ted five minutes on the prop-am.
p.m. leads with 364 or 35.2% of the vote. Commissioner Bobby Biggs was totals and posted them on a guess as! to the outcome.Commissioner The public is invited. C
hall.The Alumni Association of Brad- Ed Wall, a newcomer to city re-elected without opposition to the blackboard. Vernon Silcox said
ford High is set to meet next Thurs- political circles, was only 26 votes Group ll seat Woods gave out a big sigh as he exited he'd guessed 1,050 voters would turn
day, Sept. 18, at 7 p.m. in the high back at 338 or 32.7% of the vote. Just The off-year city turnout was 1,032 the city commission meeting out.

school library.The ,

the- Group is set second 5 Sept.Starke primary 23 commissionseat Incumbent election for' O'Neal Named to Head County.. Zoning., Landfill Operations { I

challenger Commissioner Ed Wall Travis are Woods the and Darrell O'Neal has been named toa duties and was in charge of the state- tober, 1973. :Zoning regulations Turner- does not have. However, sibility of Turner the new asked director, "Wh, it ll) (i is Seal.
finalists. new county position as head of the sponsored mosquito control pro- became effective August 1970 and Mrs. Turner is acknowledged to be Mrs. my I

The September meeting of the Zoning Department and the county gram. His salary, recently increased the duties were handled in the property more familar with the county zoning position will? left to Darrell O'Neal,
Starke Zoning Board is set for 7 landfill operation ellective Oct. 1 at to $27,000, has been coming froma appraiser's office until the rules and regulations than O'Neal. said."Hopefully .
p.m. Thursday, Sept. 25 in the a salary of $32,000 per year. combination of state and county zoning department was established.Mrs. County Commissioner Lawrence Mosley it will be smooth transition
O'Neal.the current environmental Turner began work in the zon- told that to Mrs. Turner in a -
Starke city hall. .sources. Now, O'Neal will work entirely Mosley told Mrs Turn. .
The September meeting of the health director, has been with the for the county. ing office in February 1974. Monday's meeting when the com ITurner,: Mosley pointed" out she has
Zoning Board of I is! set to meet at 7 county since 1975. He began as coun- O'Neal will replace L.M. Games, O'Neal and Mrs. Janet Turner, the mission approved O'Neal appoint- been running the planning, ;zoning
p in. Tuesday Sept, 30, in the ty ilnlli'l'hllIIncl for the past two who has resigned eftective Oct. 1 Zoning Department secretary, were ment 50. In answer to Mrs. Turner'squestions and handling the business of t hl'1011-
Stacke city hall. years has been the environmental because: of ill health. Gaines thecounty' the only applicants.The !! Commissioner Mosley'said
health director. As such O'Neal has director county's job description call- change in Mrs. Turner'sstatus
The l second primary election of !!! original zoning any Zoning Uh.'clm..I.trwr : \)
the State of Florida and local candidates directed the county's sanitarian having held the position since Oc- ed for a college decree, which Mrs. : or salary will be the respon- tree

I is Tuesday. Sept. 30.

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TFinal .696 Million'County Budget Gets Approval n., : .

October 18 19
appioviil' was given/ the The budget includes a five percent/ The hoard could l increase taxes byraising (;ill Blown tame up with over ,
$4 ( million budget !fell'( milord/ raise for (he millage( the stalt ,
pay county employees, cost apol $7XIHH() )( > in reserve lunds lo bnlant Five local community service
ounly for lisc.il M-H7 in a special\ some $r>r>,(MH). 10 mills, but instead, is studying to organizations( have been "eh'Ltctl
mi,of(ing last { the new spending bill. The board operate concessions ul fr-a Kiist Annual Slarkc Festival ol the
Thursday night' Sl'Pt.t "You le doing n line job, Til U": v.u ions iisci lee eolleilions, such as also went back to department heads Ails, set October IH-J'J)! on Historic Call Street,
\ properly lax r.ilool stoTmills! I Is resident Anthony N I'lomhirm, who Im rescue service and landlill use,
Cllne'e""I"ns will (III
for u three percent cut Thc! budget npet uteri by the H.milord ,
UK'llIlIl'clln the new 'nidgiM, IIl moved
lu-ieliom Albany, New York
and millage! talc were tentatively M.iik Rotary Club: Hrjdjord high Alumni Association\ Kiwanis
Irom last 'year. he lour yeiiis ago, told the comimsSIOIHI ) l..iiilhll, costs are expected! to rise approved in July, then underwent Club ol Murkc and jointly by the Junior Worran Club and
niill.igi' I is! the( rollback linuu\ ,. H. I'lonibmo said he tux) the luluie, when the : f
pays! in near county two required by law public: hearings Woman Club ol Mai'k us part ol their lund raising ucllvitio\ :.
Idled by I'l'Ope'I'tApPl'1I: i isrl'! J imm., per year here in property tax lie will have to close down the present Commissioners plan in the near t'tmcl'ssirmslocu'l'd' throughout the October 1H and IU"'c"tivul..n
Vh inv to bring 'III the same mount said In- paid $2,000 per year in NewYoi l.indlill and buy piopeily{ lor a new future to begin/ charging each county historic Call Street, will servo a variety ol delacies from
Hi 0 loll.us Hut 11eVLtUSe l ranging((
tax I ( t the! tax k hut was working then und one Because ol envnonnienUIniles household to cover expenses in providing sandwiches to chili to desserts, .
these is up slightly, Us takes: lewsniill.iKc ('lIlIhlul lot'd it. "requiring lines/ in gailMgcholes Hi" iii the cnln.'
rescue service and for bury- /( family to the First Annual Markc Festival ol the
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1)1 f to. hl'llIlin i \ the same! amount 1\1I'l'I'k! this is the I fist time in proper\ \ drainage" no eon- 11'If.IiII'hugl'! ,,Meanwhile, dollars will Art Is 0(-lolH-r 18 I'!),and( n|t.y gl/I/flllllld, live pcrlorrnanies, and the
munt'y.I'Iii' lamm.ilion of dunking water, and He tight, linest display ..111I'114 md trans, the an.i has to oilerI ,
I commission does not want to !>>I''c'I'ul'ill'S" tin nullage has been covets to keep tarn oil thc pits, it Is There/ is money limn the cents
im 1 "tisv! properly laxc's Iwtaiiseon- under !9 I. pointed out retiring C'onimissioiuT turn I becoming almost prohibitively per /gallon( county gasoline( / lax to
!I' hill to Iw IhiuK u1'prnpet'ly 10.W. One I'or small
Hodges. null is expensive counties to pave the 27 miles ol Eunice Loop
u tiers pay il because ol the $25M)0( ) now worth i $IK4MM( in Bradford opetiite J.al'haJ.l'( ( disM| >sal sites load (NW 105 Ave) in the current 5
lomestemf! o.'IIIP'UII1.: ('4111111\. 'Die (maid" cal $11)2) ,4'I7! and Cleik budget year.


Zoning Director YOU /

I 1 1'oni page| I Ming I 1lololc'again replied he didn I
: O'Nealdoesnt Mosley and Wutl'l'lIlong: with coun-
ottiiT. and said !she needs a think th,' hoal'cshould\ make anychanges We lecogm/e \\)1I1'I'c'lI i. ,' ty attorney Iteggie Klynn, interviewed -
'uilui'N adyustnent.'rue| commission until O'Neal takes over a t have "XIWl'liM'' lMl'"il'wllI !Mrs! 'luincr and O.Neal und '
is aware ol that situation Mosley.aid ucoininciul.ilion comes from him Commissioner Mosley We ,'i\I\'l\ al1m'! made t the icioiinneiiil.ition" to the p,
-. and "repeated any change in At thai {point, Commissioner Mnslrvtisked .juit! have to come heads! full hii.iid: The interviews lasted
Mis: Tinners. !status will be left toO I'"I"'somebodv l'Isl'lo speak! liP, :epai.ile{ department
:\11I h'\ aclilid I
over an hour each The committee
"m I' a little l'UIIl'l'l'I1l'lllIhulil my "'I'Ins budget will probably have to One other application, 11'011oul- met again! for two houis Sunday I wish to thank
-alai\ ," -.ml, ;Mis 'I'inner. who be amended." s.nd Commissioner side the county, came in but alter night tofl'k out the.|oh desci'iption, the voters of
I.MIIIS $I0,4lo Huilding inspector! \\'lIl1ul'Uatei, Mosley added he
anI the deadline, and not
was -
\\.1\Miindoill: rains $IK,ooo). and ticipates the 1llIdfill"lquil'il1g" addi Mosley. said considered District 3 and the people of Brad
Zut111n2Dnerhu! I I. M d,lint's>2I.KS2, tion 11 hf')ln TRI BRADFORD
A iininultcc ol ('till)iii i5'fli'ISthan
COUNTY TELE9RAPH ford County who supported me
and ConsumersBy
Gerald Lewis, Published cvctr'3'hursdav. during my recent campaign.
nt I I.JSV.: Street
Comptroller of Florida A P THANK Starke.! Florida! :52091Stcoiul I look forward to working to improve
ESTABLISHING CREDIT o Class: postage paid! at
Buying on credit can come in han u Stllr!..,', I FloridaSnh'riptillli the education for the
dy Plans to buy now, and pay later,
can be convenient if you proceed YOU! rark fates: children in our county.
wisely Without credit, you may 't i Iii-trude urea SI2.00) per >ear
have to delay purchasing something liy/c yov $7.00) six months
you want until you have accumulated Thank
the cash to oav for ,*, thank Outside area: SI.I I: per Vicar
You $7.50( six months Pd Pol Adv Len Schlofman
However, you may not realize how
much you take credit for granted until "'-{O
you lose It. If you find that you are
being denied credit due to a bad ) \
credit history, what can you do to % :& 4 -v"( 3o THANK YOUke
reestablish a good credit standing? IE ,
Fortunately, this task is not impossible Thank

Unfortunately, you of must go YOU I would like to tal this opportunity to Thank Everyone for
through the process proving THANK
yourself to creditors YOU their support or cons sideration.; It gave me great pleasure in get-

By law, the credit bureau used by % a ting to know so man fine voters of Bradford County.

your creditors must disclose your P Due to my campai gn I feel I have attained very valuable infor-
credit history upon your request. v /
You may be able to purchase a copy O ThankyoI mation and experien ces, as well as realizing that so many of you

of your credit report. Check the I concerned about the welfare of school
report against your own records to are truly our system.

determine I If there are any "I. could thank you a thousand times
discrepancies. If so, report
discrepancies to the credit bureau and it still would not be enough:' Sincerely,
The bureau is law to
required by cor-
rect any mistakes and to alert your Pd Pol Adv C. Scott Roberts
creditors of the changes!;

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If you find that your credit reportis WAYNE/ t'Ioo"h ..., ',"wvn., ,. laIgo l
correct, you should persist in efforts -
to obtain credit Each creditor
sets its own standards. Just because
you have been denied credit at one .
place does not necessarily mean that
vou will be denied at another Be Sure To Vote Wayne Hollingsworth on September 30.
Democrat/Paid Pol. Adv. Touch(: !
Don't apply for credit at too many -': .
places within a six-month period, ". ,
however. Creditors apply negative >
for too inquiries without ; '.
points ir.any Keep n touch .
subsequent approvals. Once you
have been approved for credit by i it I
one or two places, establish a steady .. t '
credit record with those companies JESSIE'S LOUNGE with 1 sh button \ ,
before applying for more credit. Ob- pu
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I Recount'' Changes Nothing in One-Vote WinMonday I ,. ., ..+''i' ''i .. I!:" iI',:, ,,' I. 10: \

morning's re-count vole primary -ballot. A tie for first place Candidates Becker, Wainwright, thing the records to make ('( r ...,
on district three school bo">rd race in a run-off election, the winner and Duban watched the recount,ai Just two voles kept 'rtain./
added one vote in favor of candidate would be determined by drawing expressed no dissatisfaction. We Are Pleasedto
Hay Durban lots, such as drawing straws or putting It was the closest race recalled ih See... Runoff
It changed nothing. Durban still names in a hat and somebody the county by Supervisor Neva
faces candidate James Wainwright pulling them out Flvnn, although; it would! re&ear- page 7 Announce
in. the run-oil.
Incumbent Judy Becker still has a
total ol 326 votes. Durban now has ? William
328. Durban joked the additional Rocctfart, M.D.
vote means the county commissioners .r Iw"
can no longer nickname him Internal Medicine
"Landslide" Durban.In a
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the original vote count Mrs. II
Becker had 326 votes Durban 327. t F s t I Ir i will be in practiceat
James T. (Cobbie) Wainwright led. h' r
the race with 497 votes.
All 1,151) paper ballots in the
District 2 school board race were recounted ed'' 1
Monday to verity who would
486 N.
be in second place. By law the recount Temple
was automatic since there was
less than 'i of one percent difference Suite C (Across from BHS)
but it is questionable if state
statutes and case law do require the
counting of each ballot. Due to the Starke, Florida:
small size of the precincts the ballot
boxes were unlocked and each ballot
was counted according to Judge
George Pierce, even though; that
might not have been required by One Vote Could Make A Difference.
law. Pierce was assisted; in the recount -
by Supervisor of Elections ...But it didn't change: : an)thing all the one vote found Busily counting votes in the
comity courtroom (l-r
Neva Flynn and Carol Milner and in the rt'cOllntt'.lt to KajmoiMl Durban, already Ollt'volt' are County Commission Chairman K.l. (Nook) Norman )
County Commission Chairman E. ahead. Ballot bOXl'1I.rt' opened and the
paper back to fitinerii." County Jndfje
George Pierce,
L.Nook( ) Norman. ballots recounted when District :2 School Hound incumbent Deputy Supervisor. of Election Carol
Had the recount resulted in a tie Judy Becker polled ::1211 votes in the first primary Supervisor of KleUions Neva IHilner and
for second place, all three names and Durban polled 327. State law calls for 1-1)1111 Looking on in
a recount hack: are Durban Mrs. Becker (hidden l .
b.I' 1Mihlt'r
would have !gone: on the second when the difference is 'j or loss. Wainwright, and rNJ Telegraph reporter (CinolMi. Haves. Printing '

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Your support during the first primary is certainly Our Special -

"' ,i appreciated but its not over. We have another

'' r .' i ;a ... r primary to go and I still need your help. 1,000 Business CardsRaised

To those who may have supported someone, else,

I rN please feel free to ask me any questions you may Letters, Black Ink

have as I continue to visit throughout the district. If

.- ,, by chance, I miss seeing you, please contact me at $1895plusta.

n your convenience. .

Call 964-5764 Ask for Kim

i _!I Again appreciate your consideration. I

M'q Home phone # 782-3085

'.w -- a. Elect

James "Cobbie" WainwrightSchool BRADFORD PRINTERS

Board District 2 ,,110,,W, Call Street.Starke 964-5764

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Judge Pierce said the lau Tree Removal*
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I; 90th BHS AnnouncingThe home, I'D-offer you

AnniversaryCelebration Opening Of a great deaL "


A 90th anniversary celebration of As a matter of fact. III build for you and offer you an t
all Bradford High graduates from Paint. and Body Shop =- optional completion allowance of up to $2000.00 for '
1896 to 1986 is set Oct. 24-25, to coin-
cide with the 1986 BHS annual = permanent improvements to your home. Who else will

homecoming.. 964-6133 = offer you a deal like this?
The reunion to celebrate "90
Years at BHS," is sponsored by the CR 229 N.W. 28th Street =- James W. Walter, Chairman of the Board

newly Bradford formed High Alumni School Association Linda of ((1V miles past Vo-Tech Center on Brownlee Rd on Right)

Hildebran is the chairperson of the
reunion. I _.._ ..i I _>>. _. -
The Alumni Association is plann- FREE ESTIMATES I
ing to participate in the 1986 ..Ytl WOM 4KW- .1 J 1LT
homecoming parade, and have exhibits ,
on display at the BHS library For All I nsurance Companies _
on the history of the school, according r ; a
to Ms. Hildebran. David can take care of all paper workThe 111 -MOM NN 1
i 1 1 .-. YMW.
association also plans to for Insurance Claims. t 111.111 wC ,I all
publish an annual called the BHS i 1

of"B"the Book 1937, an"B'up-to-date, ;Book. The publication name of Formerly I of Lake Chevy-Olds WMM MOb.aaM I

every BHS graduate will be listed in ..n_ EXECU" lYE
the new "B" Book, along with i 3 or 4 bedrooms'baths

memories and the history of BHS. ., .-. .. 0 .. ,' '-- 9fill l I :
The "B" Book will be available for \ 4
purchase in a few weeks, Ms.
M to the cost of your new home. So don't I be fooled What
Hildebran says. + you believe to be a low financing rate might actually '.
The Alumni Association is seeking be substantially higher than my lay fixed-mortgage,
community involvement and sup THANKS financing that has no closing costs or othpr fees
port to make this special day a suc- added onOpen .
cess, says Ms. Hildebran. Pictures, Install a well and septic tank or hook up to existing. ,
clippings, articles to loan for the ex utilities Buy new carpet or landscaping. It's up to you Weekends
what do with this allowance. Its option..andyou'll
you your
hibit would be appreciated,she says.
have more home for less than ever
Advertisements be money you Jim Walter Hones is open daily and on weekends. Come
may purchased I WOULD LIKE TO SAY thought possible. Come in today for a GREAT DEAL Let show models. Let tell
in the annual. Personal memberships THANK you TO THE in. us you our display us you
and a monthly payment you can afford how we build on your property up to 90%complete. We
are $5. COUNTY finish the much little
outside. Then you finish as or as of
Assist and be a part on October FOR YOUR SUPPORT. IF ELECTED I No Down Payment the inside as you like. The more you do for yourself, the
24 and 25," urges Ms. Hildebran. to qualified property owners more money you'II save. We build homes with two. three .
For more information, write: PLEDGE TO NEVER BETRAY THE CONFIDENCE or four bedrooms one or two-bath models. Theres one to .
Alumni Association, %Bradford THAT YOU PLACE IN ME. Instant Fixed-Mortgage financing suit your 'family/ dream of a new home. I a
High School, 581 N. Temple Ave., No "Points"- No Closing Costs Choose your home from the more than 20 models ': I
Starke, FL 32091.School. No Loan Application Fees available Tell us how much hashing work you want to ado
and let .
us quote you the exact cost and your exact
STUDY THE ISSUES AND TO VOTE YOUR That's right! When Jim Waiter Homes is your builder, you monthly payment frr the home of your choice. We can
Menus pay no money down, unless you want to. But you never begin construction almost Immediately almost anywhere
CONVICTIONS. pay points closing costs or other fees that add to the that you own property I
cost of financing your new home. When the expense of
September 15-19 all these items is totaled/ It'S like adding to the rate of Completion allowance option is a limited time offer and
Bradford Elem.&Middle School\ financing This could add 2 or 3 percent even more may be withdrawn without notice.

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, Swamps in This Area Provided Indians Ideal! Terrain for Hit Run Warfare

It hard that our travelling through the almost desertedarea originally made of renegades from the them with thousands of American troops to been introduced and efforts made to
I is to imagine peacefuliiiintryside up civilize the main body of the Indian Nations -
( now overrun mainly by of the interior. Creek, Choctaws, and various other tribes, drive them out of the country and deprive by disseminating religion and educa-
Black Creek Richard who for misdeeds were obliged to them of their property. Reports like this,
mobile homes, wusoverrun,150 years ago, Alter leaving some tion them." He also criticized the
b\ hostile Indians who delayed the settlement wrote: flee. They selected this area because its often Induced them to abandon their crops among of the time"our desire to
of this area until finally removed to "Alachua County has been more natural formation afforded them protec- and sell their cattle and slaves at greatsacrifice philosophy the banners of civilization upon the

iv.MTvatmns in South Florida and the especially the scene of Indian depredations tion from the persecution of their enemies.. plant walls of the world while
fall made and athletic. t 1'iIiAifJ .:'ii..9: very
'Vr-l than other section of Florida. "They are well i
any :tr.' .J'' Afi'rl'' iJ I'\'Ii'\ neglecting 'within our own bosom a race
The conditions that prevailed in "the Family after family has been butchered. They can climb the highest trees like .' .. .. '.1', " universally acknowledged to possess a
monkeys and in battle have .1 / \ .;,
themselveswith ,
Al.ifluia l ands, which then included the Indeed the settlers exposed frequently of intellect.'
.u!'ea thai is now Bradford and Union Count a recklessness only to be accountedfor made lairs upon the tops of the highest superiority

t I vividly described in a hand-written by the continuance of scenes of the pines, where they would remain in safety > a Richard, obviously an intelligent, well-
loin >uil I authored! by John Charles Richard most barbarous cruelty and bloodshed and shoot down upon the heads of their educated man, was way ahead of his time,
I. on a journey from Cow Ford (Jacksonville Like experienced soldiers, their feelings enemies... and, when discovered, descendto r philosophically speaking, when he wrote,
i to Newnansville about 1843, just became deadened to the real danger of the ground with the velocity of a squirrel "Half the expendedin
150 :
iltiT I he/ end of the Second Seminole In- their situation and they hazarded their Patient of hunger and fatigue, they can the years Florida ago War would have crowned

Richard (pronounced Ki-chard'), returning every prospect subsided oi a speedy termination the woods. Every man among them so much goodness. I know there are some
to his home near the Santa Fe River of hostilities." possesses a rifle and, singular to say, they who will smile with contempt at the idea of
!i.orth ot the present town of Alachua, ar- Fort Harllee on the Santa Fe River, in a have never been discovered without" an taming an Indian, but how limited must be
i 1,1 ,'1111I Jacksonville by steamboat alter a portion of Alachua that is now Bradford abundant supply of powder and ball. C the conception, how illiberal the mind, and
i rip to his old home in Georgia. He then setout County, was one of the places where set- t# how little or partially must they have
In steamer! up the St. Johns to Gary's tlers in this area gathered for protection O studied human nature who imagine that
"KCIT> on Black Creek near Middleburg, following an Indian alarm. Richard wrote the degraded African is easier to be In-
v. here horses and servants awaited my that such refugees were often persuaded to fluenced by good precepts than the noble
.irnv.il' to carry me across the Alachua return to their homes upon assurance by and high-minded child of the forest?"
finds a distance ot! 40 miles. On the military officers that the Indians had been

'ii mile trip up the St. Johns to the present driven out."Those "The only difference
Mir Middlchurij: he was dismayed! by who relied upon such assertionssoon the human race
i 1111 devastation 11'1hy\ the recent Indian had reason to repent their credulity," among
1 liUlllllli( Richard wrote. "For when they imaginer1 results from the difference of
Phi- number of settlements that once they were dwelling in perfect security, the education. We all reflect only
,<.i\ life and animation to the banks of this Indians, like wolves, would come !from the knowledge of those who
iinhli' river have almost entirely disap- their hiding places and glut their have gone before usthen
I c.nvil,! m consequence ol the long pro- vengeance by destroying life and property should these be incorrigible
I 11.u r I'd Indian warfare," he wrote. "The Instances have been related that impressed why
The Indians always had plenty of rifles and ammunition "
icli orange groves and luxuriant sugar me with the belief that all the horrors of ?, he added.
i ...n.' that (once adorned its borders have war before known or heard of were mercy from unknown sources to wage their guerilla-type war II'

Kiven( place to pines and scrubby oaks; no compared to this new scene of savage against the white settlers.In "History has portrayed in vivid colors
IniiUei 1 are \I e cheered by the hearty laugh strife. Fathers butchered before their the cruelties of the Spaniards toward the
nl the :Negro or made welcome by his children, children before their mother, the of aborii ines. It will as unerringly record our
hi',pdabu' owner, the devastating power reserving her as the last sacrifice to endure spite of their atrocities, Richard, in speculators, whereby cupidity but reduced own, and we will descend down to posterity I
i III l u.ir has destro.scd! all this'' And in sailing the more exquisite torture of witness- defense of the Indians, wrote, "It must be were gratified, with the bright of our history
had their credulous victims to absolute starva- pages I
up this beautiful stream an air of ing the death agonies of those she cherised confessed, these Indians strong tion and want. From such reiterated violat t blackened with the blood of the persecuted
contend with that vindic-
reasons to J "
si illness-' made melancholy by the continued
dearer than life.
nature tion of their rights, was it not natural that ]4t_ _
sights of former caseimpresses a Richard observed that the terrain of this tiveness peculiar to their againstall ,
I icholiler' wit h the idea that he is traversing area favored the Indian method of hitandrun encroachments of the whites. From the every? feeling of animosity should be aroused t I

l li i ,r waters ol a new unhabited country." lightingattacking, and then disappearing time this country came under American (The John Charles Richard who wrote i
(Uichard, and party, with a Negro guide, into the many trackless swamps, jurisdiction, nothing but continued Imposi- Richard also condemned those this journal was father of Capt. J.C. (John
i ii 't iar.v's Ferry following the old hammocks, and lagoons that dotted the tions have been practiced towards them. blackguards who hung upon the Indians Charles) Richard, prominent early! mer
\.'\Mimsvillo to Middleburg Road, which landscape "In this way, a few hundred "On more than one occasion," he wrote, skirts like birds of prey, undermining their chant of Starke, legislator delegate to I
'III dlagll.lallacross) present Bradford miserable savages have been able to keep "this writer has been informed that a set of morality and infecting them with "that Constitutional Convention of 1865, and I
i the Alachua Lands where his worthless (white) wretches have gone devouring miasma, the love of liquor. He
minis to ( the whole Peninsula of Florida in terror organizer of a local militia during the Civil ,
huiiic' called 'Sugar Hill" was located. he wrote. "The Seminoles are not a among them and spread a rumor that thinks the Government should have run War)
I'hr devastation he had already seen, distinct tribe of themselves but were General Jackson was marching down upon these predators off. "Schools should have I II

\ i onl\ .. sample of what he was to see I I

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,' Letters to the Editor WINN DIXIE Pro and ConIn
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. .. "''. Defense of Winn-Dixie WINN-DIXIE... Student
Says Teachers I
Reader Says ComplainersAre HOW COULD YOU???
Cutting Own ThroatTo Can Eat Drink ChewIn
An open letter'to Starke's only "super Class-Why Not Us? !

Help for Illiterates Whom It May Concern: market". Dear Editor:

This is a letter to all the nameless and You stated in The Telegraph a few weeks I,
spineless bravados who have hurled their ago that the people of Bradford County I am presently an 11th grader at BUS.

oral stones at Winn-Dixie, and then scur- have been loyal to you. Why haven't you I would like to express my opinion about I
Being Stepped Up HereIt ried back under their rocks to avoid being been loyal to the people of Bradford Coun- why teachers are allowed to eat and drink,
identified. ty? plus chew gum in classrooms during our

First, why have you chosen anonymity? This county has been at a disadvantagefor class time, when the student body is not
Is it that you actually do continue to shop the last several months because of having allowed to do any of the above.

is sad but true that some otherwise Project Literacy U.S. argues that the there in spite of your denial, or are you only one major food store. You should The teachers are supposed to be settingan

qualified {people may not have voted in real in the illiteracy, problem l is afraid that you are such a small group of have used this opportunity to serve your example for us, which they are not doing
last week s rimary elections because culprit insatiable, chronic complainers that you "loyal" customers with fair prices and Improved I also feel that the"lunch room situa-
fails to
read the national government which are grossly outnumbered by the large sanitary conditions. That way your tion is the pits, because.by the time you get
they cannot
or even "put illiteracy where it belongs, on the number of us who appreciate the servicesof customers would have remained "loyal"to throu ilthe lunch ineand| find a seat, the
their. own name. national agenda," and also tails to W/D? Either way, you have voiced your you. But instead, you sought to class Bell is about to ring. The lunch rooms
opinion. Now here's mine: capitalize on this disadvantage by raising are just too overcrowded.

This, in itself is no bar to voting. If a Winn-Dixie. is indeed the only major your prices to unreasonable proportions, People who bring their lunches have to

person cannot read or write, he or she %.. chain grocery in Starkebut not of their probably anticipating that no one would try and find a seat m the lunchroom I feel
may still register as a qualified voter own choosing, and it is only a temporary drive all the way to Gainesville or that these people should be able to sit out- i.
situation anyway. Competition almost Jacksonville. But you were wrong. It only side in
and a special spot instead of having to
a special notation of "requiresassistance" in. And takes about 4 5 dollars
always comes at least W/D provided or per roundtrip. wait on a place to sit in the lunch room.
is placed on the registrationcard sufficient services and products to
is sad
It to of the
see some having
( At the polls, he or she is provided outlast the old competition. That alone to walk past your meat section elderly, dismayed I feel that both of these points are not
should tell fair to the student body of BHS.
with assistance and is in- you something.The
accompanied because of the extremely high prices. You
to the voting booth by a qualified person thing to keep in mind is that W/D is must remember there is going to be
who will help the illiterate identify the not a robot. It is a business providing a another shopping center very soon. Name Withheld on RequestRaiford

'andidate of his or her choice and mark it- uIq very necessary product to the livelihood of Unless you rectify this situation Fla.
And it is
our community.
run entirely by ( conditions/high ) of .
the ballot accordingly. 1 members of that So sanitary prices many
same community. attacks
us will patronize whatever new food store
on W/D are attacks and slurs upon Bradford County to attend the funeral of
that comes to this area to our fullest extent -
This is all well and goodexcept that the community of which you are a part, my aunt, Debbie Phillips.
some illiterates may be reluctant to \\itv ( which is also a reflection on you. After living in Miami for many years,

acknowledge the fact, and thus deny l And if you and your anonymous friends (From your disappointed customers of you don't know what it means to come
themselves 1 continue to far Bradford County.) back and see that some people really care.
the right to exercise one of stray so to buy groceries,
the most precious rights they etc. rather than support your community, Name Withheld on Request During my aunt's funeral procession
possessthe from
then those shopping areas will andyour Maxville to Theressa, all through
right of access to the ballot box How grow
Bradford County, cars and trucks Rt.
community will not get the competition It's Good to Know on
many were self-denied in last week's it so desperately needs. So you are cut- That Some 301 and 100 pulled off the road or stopped to
voting? No one knows. But according to ting your own throat with your every word Still pay their respects.In .
estimated figures on the national illiteracy and deed. Show RespectTo Miami you would very rarely see
W.E. Tillotson The Editor: anyone stop or pull over for a funeral procession
rate, the number be Lawtey
may larger My wife and I recently came back to usually they cut right in.
than think.September
we It was very touching and it meant
create and fund national to so
programs much to us to see that some people really
has been the combat this scourge. On the other hand, do care for those saying goodbye to a loved
as the Department of Education says it is Forestry in Bradford County one.We
month in 'vhich to focus attention on this thank you all.
already spending more $100
nationwide problem. last week David W, Norton
Starting million 79 different adult illiteracy By Donald Norman
annually on -
Bradford Forester
through a barrage of special County
programs, Since that is less
Project U.S. (PLUS programs. Farmers that raise cattle and woodland grazing used
Literary ), sponsored grow is as a part-time
than bucket
a drop in the of the national
by the A "'C and PBS networks timber can increase their income and supplement to tame pasture.
mbarked on a to attack budget, perhaps it is not enough to exterminate wildlife population throu multiple-use of Naturally, income benefits from cattle Pre-Retirement:
campaign a the termite (ignorance) thatis their woodland. Florida s seasonally wet are much more immediate than a 20 to
problem described as "the hidden eating away at the U.S. from within. pine flatland forests (as opposed to dryer 30-year wait for mature timber.The cost of Learn By Mail...
disease that threatens the well-being of upland forests) produce useful forage- using flatwood forests for grazing is at besta Retirement be
our country." It will also require action by local sup- particularly during the first five or six boundary fence, because the grasses do phase of life. It years affords can the a great

The port groups and volunteers -- churches, years before the tree canopy closes and not need to be seeded or fertilized. tunity to do all of those things oppor-
importance of this program can civic clubs, high schools and votechsto shades out the grass. When used in conjunction with tame never had time to do while work-you
hardly be overestimated in view of help reach adults who might not The benefits of woodland grazing include pasture of bahia grass (which goes dor-
estimates that there may be millions of otherwise better wildlife habitat, less competition for mant with the first frost), pine flatwood ing.Planning for retirement,
U.S. citizens, in this "enlightened" age respond to nationwide the young limber, reduced fire hazard,and grasses would serve as good winter feed. however, is a major consideration.It .
who can neither read nor write. recruitment. These are the ones we more immediate income potential. Additional income may also result from can make the difference between
must depend on in order to understandthe When the grassy understory of a young improved wildlife populations. In some enjoying those leisure
The inconvenience and perhaps embarrassment individual needs of adult illiterateswho pine forest is grazed properly, cattle ac- parts of Florida, sportsmen pay up to $7.50 struggling through them.It years. or

of voting is only one of the are the victims of today's society.A tually serve as a wildlife management per acre per year for hunting rights. Is never too early: to begin
tool--improving the deer and quail habitat. Again, it should be stressed that only if
handicaps experienced by today's il- planning especially you are look-
In contrast to continuous grazing will increase
grazing, rota- proper management ing. at retirement in
literates. In this high-speed, high-tech Needs Assessment Survey made in five or 10
tional grazing that places cattle on a wildlife populations. Over grazed The
world it is not just a handicap, it is vir- 1985 by the school systems of Alachua relatively small area for short periods will woodland will support fewer deer and years.fering a six Extension part LearnByMailseries Service is of-

tually "prison"a prison from which and Bradford Counties showed that 8900 result in better quality and more productive quail.A to assist you in preparing for

there is only one escapeeducation.. Bradford Countians, out of a populationof perennial grasses. Since cattle favor statement from the Southern Journalof retirement. Information will be
perennial grasses, more of the plants that Applied Forestry attests to the potential
sent to
over 22,000 do not have a high school your home for.your conve-
It is also a world in which, rightly or wildlife prefer will remain. value of grazed woodland: nience.

wrongly, the illiterate often suffers diploma, and 827 of these are totally or Also, because of rotational woodland "Multiple-use land management (cattle If interested, contact the Extension
from functionally illiterate. grazing, cattle will have reduced the and timber) provides economic flexibility
a stigma in which he or she is Office, phone 964-6280, Ext.
for forest landowners of the South. The
amount of and
ground cover competitionfor
viewed as someone who is retarded, and The Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Centeris annual grasses that quail enjoy and potential for forest grazing is better than .284

therefore cannot learn, or who is lazy gearing up for an intensified programof the forbs, woody vegetation and annual any region of comparable size in the

and indifferent to his condition, and adult education to help fill this gap in grasses that deer prefer. The deer and United States. An important advantage of Senior Citizens...

doesn't have the desire to learn. The Bradford County's educational armor.In quail will easily find the food they seek, combined timber and livestock manage- On-going weekly classes in

truth is that many illiterates are so harrassecl fact, TV Channel 20, is devoting timeto and the reduced competition from perennial ment is that profit can be higher than when macrame/needlework and Bible
food just one or the other is Sound
will allow their
grasses supply to grown.
study offered
at the Senior
by the daily grind and frustra-
these new developments on its 6 increase multiple-use management will enable lan- Center.An .
tion oi surviving in a world they do not o'clock news Wednesday and Thursdayof This system is most feasible for ownersof downers to help meet food demands in the AARP Chapter is

comprehend{ that they may lack both this week. It should be worth wat- large tracts of woodland, unless future while maintaining"fiber production here. being formed -
the and the for the from the southern forest. There
time money learning ching. are free blood pressure
readings every fourth Tuesday
process. ,
There is a national hotline for anyone courtesy of Upjohn.

Freedom of speech has almost no who feels he or she would benefit by The Center is open Monday

meaning for people who have a hard overcoming total illiteracy, or even A through Friday, 8:30: a m. to 4 p m,
enough time getting information or functional illiteracy.: The number is is located behind the new courthouse -
-- ..e babe., on the corner of Grand und
communicating! their thoughts to 18002375113. Or if you want an even i Georgia Streets Contact Beverly

others. And freedom of the press has no more direct approach, just call the Vo- McGee and Teresa Woods! phone
meaning for illiterates since they haveno Tech Center, 964-6150 and ask for Mr. A New Yorker named Walter Hunt I Is responsible for the Invention of the 964-4545, for more information.t .
In 843 and sold those rights for$100.
Thomas. safety pin. He received the patent
access to the written word.





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Brown Allyson Hildreth I Terrl Mat hews,
Social Side Announce Donald Cooper Jr. Kyle Harrison
Club News w Engagement Announce EngagementRobert Announce EngagementMr.

of theNews 'NoticesChurch Lee & Barbara Jean & Mrs. Leaton Mathews of
Items Mr. & Mrs. Dale Brown of Starke Adkins of Jacksonville and the late Starke announce the engagementand
announce the engagement of their Ernest Ester Hildrcth of Lakeland, upcoming marriage of their
\ ..2Brown. daughter, Kimberly, to Mitch announce the engagement and approaching daughter, Terrie, to Kyle Harrison,
WeddingsReceptions Holscnbeck ,f Starke, son of Joyce marriage of their son of Mi. & Mrs. Charles McKinneyof
Cairel of Starke and Earl daughter, Allyson Jean (Sis.'y) Starke dnd Mr. Tommy Harrisonof
: :,;. Holsenbeck of Jacksonville. Hildre.h, to Donald Ray Cooper, Jr, Jacksonville.The .
I \, Forties. son of Mary E. Cooper of Starke and bride-elect Is a graduate of
Kimberly is a graduate ol' Brad Donald R. Cooper, Sr of Raiford. Bradford High School and is
,.. ford High School, class of '85, and is Donald is a graduate of Bradford employed by Mathews Poultry, Inc.
l employed by The Olfice Shop. High School and is employed by Her fiance is also a graduate of
White Construction.The Bradford High School and is
UDC MeetingSet Gospel GroupTo Mitch is a graduate of Bradford wedding is planned for Satur- employed by Denmark Furniture.The .
For Sept. 12 PerformAt High School and is employed by day, October 18, 19116 at 4:00: p.m. in wedding is planned for October -
: Sawyer Gas of Starke. the Church of God in Starke. 11, 1986 at the Church of God in
The W. T. Weeks Chapter, UDC Area Locations ,, VOTE BILL ALDERMAN Starke on St. Clare St.
(United Daughters of the Con- Gospel singing will be performedby The wedding is planned for
federacy), will meet Monday, The Sullivans from St. Stephens, November 29, 1986.
September 15, at 11:00:: a.m. at. the Alabama at the following: locationsthis __u_ ,' _,
Wester Steer Restaurant. weckdend. Kim iHUUNCING'L.D.
Members of the W. T. Weeks Mitch llolsrnbeck I IUritlany
Chapter are urged to attend. The first sing will be at Souls
Outreach Mission, Hampton,
BHS 90 Year ReunionSet Florida< Friday Sept 12, at 7 p.m. .
Turn between handy Way and City Alice Cheely, Barry GnannTo
For Oct. 24.25 I Hall and go to the end to find the Crews
The Bradford School 90 Center.
year The second sing will be at Plea- Darrell and Cindy (Anderson) Paternal great-grandparents are
reunion sponsored by the B.H.S. Wed Saturday
Alumni Association will be October sant Hope New Congregational Sept. 20 Crews of Raiford proudly announcethe Bud and Louise Green of Starke.
24 25, which is also Homecomingfor Methodist Saturday, Sept. 13 at 7:30: birth of their daughter, Brittany
the school. p.m. The church is located on Hwy. LeeAnne Doshia, on Saturday, Aug. William Eric CarterMr.
To former BHS students: We are 301 N Mrs. Bobbie Strickland of St. The couple will be wed in a double 23, at Shands Teaching Hospital In .
& Mrs.
The Sullivans will William B. Carter of
looking for newspaper clippings, perform on Augustine and James B. Gnann, Jr. ceremony (with the bride's sister) Gainesville.
day, Sept. 14 at New River Congregational Brittany six Starke proudly announce the birth of
weighed and
on September 20 pounds
photographs, articles, rr anything of Starke announce the upcoming beginning at 10:00: their
son, William Eric born
Methodist at 7:00: p.m. a.m. at Zion Baptist Church in Clin- one-half ounce and measured 19 In- August
you may have that we can borrow marriage of their son, Barry Allen 12, 1986 in Alachna General.
The church is located
will on 225 in ton. All family and friends in- ches at birth.
for display at the exhibit which Gnann, to Gene Alice Cheely, are Maternal
be held all day October 24 and 25 at Lawtey.The daughter of Mr. & Mrs. James B. vited to attend. She joins one brother, Justin, and Mrs. Gene gram McDowell:larents are Mr. &
public is invited to each and After the wedding, the couple will one sister, Ashley. of Ocala.
the high school library. Cheely of Clinton, TN. Maternal great-grandmother is Mrs.
Class representatives who are in every performance and honeymoon at Opryland and other Maternal grandparents are
refreshments will be served after points of interest in Tennessee. Herbert and Jaunita Anderson of Lucille McDowell of Bolleview.
for their class They
charge of reunions Barry is a graduate of West Paternal Mr &
Raiford. grandparent! are
need to contact the Alumni Associa- performance. Nassau High School in Callahan and will reside in St. Augustine. Paternal :Mrs William E Carter 01'' St,1 ke.
tion to get Information on the eventsso among his achievements was Lake grandparents are the Paternal great-grandparents are
they can forward this informationto Homemakers Club selected; "Who's Who in America", Maternal Dorothy Reeds. Mr & Mrs. Russell Carter & Mr. &
great-grandmother is
their classmates.The he is employed as an assistant leARn Rosa Griffis of Raiford. Mrs. Ben Rowland all of Starke.
BHS "B" Book which contains To Meet Sept. 11 manager of Winn Dixie in St.
names of all graduates of BHS, the Augustine.The TORnc -.......--....--..-.----..-.. .... ....-----
history of the school, and other ma- '
jor items is almost ready for The Bradford County Extension bride-elect is the grand- GATORHaadquarters
publication and will be ready in a homemakers Club will meet today, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. James Chee-
few weeks. Thursday, Sept. 11, at 10 a.m. in the ly, Sr. of Clinton, TN and Mr. & Mrs.
Please let us hear from you. If you Agriculture Building on US 301 Allen Anderson of Palatka. She is a
need more information and/or can North, Program will lie "Understan- graduate of Clinton High School and
assist us in this celebration, our ad- ding Stress", Everyone is welcometo Rome State Community College Acro for
dress is B.H.S. Alumni Association, attend. where she majored in Management
Bradford High School, 581 N. Tem- Supervision. She is a member of Tap
14 Kt GoldJewelry
ple Avenue, Starke, FL 32091. VOTE BILL ALDERMAN Zion Baptist Church in Clinton. 1Rt
The next alumni meeting will be 1
Thursday, September 18, at 7:00: Ballet
p.m. in the high school library. You'll find the Chirmt. eirrinpi, lings
List of Events Friday, October 24 exactly right giftin Prices from $9.15
Exhibits: Library (high school) our wide selection of Bibles Alto Gilor Party Supplies
9:00: a.m. 6:00: p.m.
Parade: 1:00 p.m.
Food, soft drinks, booths (back of 104 W. Colt Street
high school 2:00: p.m. 6:00: p.m. a Brides Bibles for the bride Classes Now Forming Downtown 964.7271M Stark
Dedication 4:00
: : p.m. .
Homecoming football game: 8:00: I Family Bibles for the new family Ages 3'/2 & Up F 9:30.5.00: Sol 9.2

p.m.Saturday. October 25 Large Print Bibles for the elderly Old Armory Building '

Open House (high school): 9:00: (Across from BHS on 301)) J4ATAI I%
a.m.12:00: p.m. Reference Bibles for the student
Exhibits: Library (high school)
9:00 a.m.12:00: p.m. Youth Bibles for the young Call 9646792after Jew e l ry'Gi4.Gift '
Christian ,
. Lunch Bunch.... 5.964.7096Dorothy halllerjIOC.

The Lunch Bunch will meet at the e Student student Bibles for the beginning' Salazar ._----_.._-_.._........._ ---- -- -.- .-- .
Hall for aV -- -- ----- --
'-'covered luncheon
o.u ','JAM- u dish, Septetnb at',"12:00: III noon<>" t '... II'''' ".. n j : -. .. MI .. I"U' dal'td .'.t ,' ., ...,.
;-f-rrioo'i iJi'iijprtFriday' .. d.J..r.. t'9 "
: ; '. ; from a wide variety of style,1 color., :.
Amanda Bennett, daughter of covers and prices. Come in and bro....
. < Susie Bennett of Lawtey, will
celebrate her 5th birthday
September 9, 1986. Chastain's Jewelry & Gift Gallery, Inc.
, Happy Birthday Amanda!III!!
104 W. Call Street Starke 964.7271MF

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I.II K'' 11\ TKI.KGKAHII September 11,1986Brooker

. Newsby

C.E. "Sue" Davis coma ever since. Sister Audney Sunday, the group decided to breakaway
Recent guest of Mrs. Edna Harrell Dedun
Snider of Suwannee was injured il a from the regular tradition for Loop road last Sunday, Rev. and'community for all of your efforts -
"HI. IH.IIIIA ; : was Veleta Lovelace of Jacksonville H.ll. Mott
was in charge of the services Final word this
(fall, Winding up In the hospital for the coining year. Leaving the date
ol letter written Wiley who was enroute to join friendsin recognition should come by PTA
copy a by several weeks. Brother Dale Polk the same (third Saturday and '
Bishop! ol Orlando i to Mr /K.L. MatIhvusol and wife both became patients in the day in August), but going: to uun-the and Orlando for a trip to the Bahamas Farmers Market Opens... Open House. This will be held Thursday '-
I Telegraph, ) inspired meW same hospital. The Polks and Pasco Molt residence on the Suwan- Lakeland.Mrs.Mrs. Audrey Carter of The belts of progress creaked and night, Sept. 11 at 7:30: p.m. The
again .ilk'inpt. to unto news column Audney have returned to their nee near Branford lor all the groaned as the switches were turnedon parents and friends are invited to
ol our art'.i Folks let's! face respective homes at this writing. weekend happenings. Mott sex: thereis Ruby Hodges visited her at the Farmer's Market here last come to this first meeting of the year
it .thl'l'oillmnl is only as good as you Larry is now on the borderline of plenty of water in the Santa Fe daughter Jacksonville, Doris Roe, and family in Friday, This was the beginning of and meet the staff and see the
make it. So, come on let's! hear !Irom consciousness. He is near enough and Suwannee to keep the young then went over to St. approximately eight-weeks .of school. Come take part in helping
}ou. The happenings or suggestions awake that he follows you aroundthe folks happy fishing and swimmingwhile Augustine for a visit with her grading and shipping cucumbers. your child by supporting his or her
lor rite-up or pictures! in the past or room with his eyes! says Grand- others gather and gab. daughter, Bobble, before returning The townspeople and merchants are classroom. While there, be sure to
present will be greatly appreciated.A father Keene. Mrs. Keene is feeling During the Labor Day weekend home recently. happy to see this boost to the check out the new computer lab.
drop box for your convenience is much better as she rests at home. By Mr and Mrs. Benny Thomas olLa The River land Music Club will economy of Brooker.
located in Green's Grocery in the way folks Larry is! in room 432 at Cross held their annual family begin their new year with a meetingand Btt Open House...
Brooker the VA Hospital in Gainesville. Why gathering the Santa Fe River near home covered dish luncheon in the Brooker School has started the
ol Mrs Crews
Virginia Thursday
not send him a card to cheer him Branford Mrs.! Edna Harrell
was year off with a bit of excitement, according -
.. Sept. Meeting time is 10
Happenings. a.m.
awakes? of the! 40
when he one guests present01'/ the Mrs. Dick Raulerson to a news letter sent to each
Mrs. Victor
the Things J. C. Keene are beginning family at to look last.up Back for At the recent weekend gathering day.Mrs.. Theo Dyal accompanied Mrs Jones and Mrs. Clyde Cone attendedthe parent McRae.of the students by PrincipalBill c x

\in the Spring Mrs. Keene had to have members of the P.A. Crosby clan enjoyed Mildred Green to Wildwood tor the recent wedding of their great- Seems that the school is being
boil at the old niece Sherry Donelson to David
a peanut W.
Labor weekend.
surgery Grandson Larry Rolling Day Mrs. Dyal was
strongly considered for special
had returned homestead on Saturday then the the ol Mr. and Domain! in the Edgewood Baptist
just home after a stay guest Mrs. Fred
recognition as a Florida Meritorious The first fraternity house was oc-
held Church in
covered dish luncheon at Lakeland
\in Germany in the Army. Shortly Walclron and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Kel School.
Way to go, Brooker. Con- cupied In 1839 by the William Chap-
the Lake Butler Civic Center on Sun- A good crowd attended homecoming
thereafter Larry was involved in an ly. Mrs. Green enjoyed the time with -
gratulations to the staff, students ter of the Kappa Alpha Society at Williams -
dav Durmo the business meeting nl the Dcdan Church
accident and has remained in a her<< son Allen and /his family. Baptist on College Wllllamstown,Mess


Hampton Hilites

1U Uolores1l'ng: Beach Randy Langford ol of Garnet, S.C. 12th Edward! Baker; 13th Shaun ttM.
Phone 41.8-1913 Rochester, N.Y., Marcus and Cecile Home on Leave... Muse.
Lanier and Kenny Wilson ol West Airman Kevin and Lois Williamson
.Attends Reunion... Palm Beach, Glenn Mattheus of spent from Aug. 26 to 30 with his-
Mr. and Mrs Folkston, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hampton
James Terry attended Charles: Elementary School DRESS & ( TFT SHOP
had celebra-
the Terry family reunion'Aug.. Johnnie Cook. They a first Williamson and other relatives and Open House...
tion for Christina Langford's friends.
;.i in Estille. N C
Mrs. Louise Matthous birthday on Aug. 31. John, Karen and Stephanie Parents are invited to attend the
was accompanied Meng
Home from Vacation... have Open House at school
returned to the Marine Thursday
to the :Vatthcus family reu- Base at
nion at Iljrt Springs on Sept. 1 by Mr. and Mrs. James Terry returned Cherry Point, N.C., following one night Sept, 11, at 7.30 p.m. This is an
:Marcus and Cecile Lanier ol West home last week alter one month's week's visit with relatives and opportunity to meet teachers and
Palm Reach and Kathy, Timmy and vacation in South Carolina, Ohio and friends here and in Waldo. visit classrooms. I

Christina Landlord of Hampton. New Jersey. September Birthdays...
Ilospitali7t l... In Columbus, they attendee the 1st Andy Hall and E.W. Did You Know......,....
wedding of Red's daughter, Donna, Hodges;
George VVerre entered North to Kenneth Tuggle. The wedding 2nd- Mary Ann Parmenter and Scott
Kloiulu Regional Hospital in reception was held at the Golf and Clark; 4th Fred Peeples and Han- Amber Shuford,daughter of Ken&
Gainesville on :\lond.1in serious nah Ford; 5th Noemi Aviles, Shan- Zita Shuford of
Country Club in Grove City Ohio Lawtey, will
condition He is in Room 429. non Aquinaldo and Leslie Brown r6 ,
celebrate her -
WilmaJean Terry spent several ; 5th birthday 't t
days in Atlantic City with her sister 6th Donnna Peeples, Kristy Lee September 11, 1986.
Among those, visiting Mrs. Louise and brother-in-law and Randee Varnum; 8th Jennifer Happy Birthday AmberlII!t!
Mattheus I'ecentlyere Ralph and Visiting Red and WilmaJean this Glenn; 9th. Terri Kennan; 11th -
Holtv Jo Langford of Fernandma week ar'' Mr. and Mrs Tom Teerry Tammy Rhoden and Amanda Meng; :

Social briefs

Shelly Reddish / 1 tat ar M1 drt
Daniel Clemons Turns ST. EDWARDS NEWS by Society members is on displayand {
Honored With Brunch will be given as a Valentine's i r- a1'I 4re
One Year Old
Shelly Raley who is the bride of Altar Society Meets... project. e
Randall L. Reddish, whose marriage Daniel Clemons celebrated his Betty Dazinski, president, presided Refreshments were served by the .
hostess, Mrs. Da/.mski.
was an event of September 6, first birthday at a party given by his at the meeting of St. Edward's

198B, was honored with a delightful parents, Wayne & Kathy, at their Altar Society held inn the parish Did You Know...........
bude brunch on August 30 at the borne on Saturday, Sept. 6. 1986. hall Tuesday night Sept. 2,
home of !Mrs Glenn !Norman. Thirty-two friends and relatives Dr. William Marchese, St. Ed- Mrs. C.M. Fowler of Winter Park,
The hostesses were Mrs. JamesW were present to help Daniel ward's RENEW Coordinator, in- Mrs. Kathleen McNeely and
Lee :Mrs. Glenn Norman, Mrs. celebrate his big day. A Raggedy vited members to participate in daughter, Michele, of Lakeland will
James C. Norman and Mrs. Ray Ann and Andy theme was used in the Season V of the program which visit Mr and Mrs! Herbert Thomason
:Norman.'; The hostesses presented invitations decorations and cakes. begins on Oct. 12. A covered Jijh din Friday Saturday, all will attenda
the bride with a piece of her chosen With a little help from his mother ner was tentatively planned for Nov Thomas family reunion in Dun- V
china. and some friends, Daniel opened his 2 in the parish: hall in observance of nellon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Open Shopping-
The tables were covered with gifts in the tent that was decorated Hospitality Week. R.W Williams.
white cloth and the bride's table was: for the occasion. Plans were discussed for the -
centered with a flower arrangementof Birthday guests were served cake, Parish Oktoberfest to be held on Oct. I
the bride's colors. Other tables homemade ice cream, punch and 5. The celebration will include
were centered with vases of white jello. His aunts, Teri and Idell barbecue chicken dinners, arts and
daisies & ferns. Upon arriving helped with the serving and Brenda crafts baked goods white elephant,
guests were served fruit punch. taped the party on video ..,j.1) a variety of food and fun booths.
Mother of the bride is Mrs. Ilene The handmade quilt constructed
Raley and the Mother of the Groomis VOTE BILL ALDERMAN
!Mrs Barbara Jean Reddish. At-
tending was the bride's grand-
mother, Mrs. Ida Fry and the
groom's grandmother Mrs. Jennie NOTICEOF
Maude Norman. Approximately 17 ELECT
guests attended the brunch.

Bradford Hosp. Aux. ( : EVELYN

General Meeting Set __ _

The first t general meeting of the CHASTAINSchool TAXINCREASE .1
!1986-87 year 01 the Bradford Hospital : .:
'IXlhiH'. will be held Monday,
September 15, 1986 at 6:30: p.m. at Board
the Western Steer Restaurant
Mr Chuck Bernreuter, ol Neilsen! .
Transplant Foundation ol Jacksonville District 5
will be the principal speaker.Mrs. \
Wilma Jean Terry, auxiliary
president, reminds all members that
amendments to the By-Laws will be ,01./,1
voted upon at this meeting so atten- THANK YOU
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dance Members is strongly are also urged.asked to wear The City of Lawtey has ten-

their smocks, with a white skirt or
Blacks and white shoes to all general a measure to increase -
tatively adopted
meetings if possible The First Primary has been an

First Revival Baptist At Lawtey Church' exciting challenge and you have its property tax. levy by

There will be a revival) jt First rewarded me for my dedicationby 1.066 per 1,000.All .
Baptist Church in Lawtey beginning
September 15, 19H6 at 7:30: p.m. The placing me in the Second
church is at Adams and Grove

Streets Primary on September 30. Your
Rev. David Pence from St.

Albans, .West Dr. David Virginia Brown will is he Pastor thespeaker vote of confidence is very impor- concerned citizens are in-

your ol Everyone First opportunity Baptist.is invited.of a lifetime This may! be tant to me. Your continued sup- vited to attend a public hearing on

Michelle Andrews port is appreciated.A the Tax Increase to be held on

Completes Marine Pfc. Michelle Training D. Andrewsof LADY WHO IS Tuesday, September 16, 1986 at

Melrose has completed recruit

training Depot, Parris at the Island Marine, S.C.Corps Recruit EDUCATED Lawtey City Hall at 7:00: p.m.A .

During the eight-week training c"-
cle, Andrews was introduced to the
typical daily routine that she will experience -

studied sional standards the during personal her traditionally enlistment and profes-, and exhibited DEDICATED FINAL DECISION on the Pro-

participated by Marines.She in an active and Involved in Community & Civic OrganizationsLocal posed Tax Increase and the

physical conditioning program

gained military proficiency skills including in a close variety order of Worker BusinesswomanHard ParentA Budget will be made at the hearing -

drill and first aid. Teamwork and
sell-discipline were emphasized
throughout the training cycle. LADY WHO IS .
A 1983: graduate of Keystone J" _'
Heights High School, I she joined the .
Marine Corps in Sep'omuer 1985. READY TO SERVE .N> ? .. ,, ,

Airman Canova ArrivesFor Desires Quality Education for Our Childrenby Alfonzo Anderson

Duty in Arizona working in cooperation with parents and

Air Force Airman 1st Class City Clerk
George; A. C'.inova Jr.. son of the entire educational community. .
tii-iirnf A. & Joanne /F'. Iwnova olst.iikc
'i ha- arrived l fur duty with theInliirimition
i Profit Systems' A New Voice for Our School System
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September 11. ltN)/ TELEGRAPH Pnut>7\

Bradford County Teens Gain Experiences at NEFTI Camp Siteby "I

Judy Becker Stephanie King, Kim Ross, and "They have to be to
Bt'T CorrespondentThe Michael Becker wanted to go to this someone else they don't willing know.accept" were of taught how to recognize; signs YAC: the Youth Advisory Committee TI ramp vnr given to BItS TiKlwanls .
NEFTI spir.t- that is what camp to learn how to help other people Campers and counselors were a suicidal person how to of NEFTI, and will be helping to were asked and gave a
[: three Bradford County teenagers "The camp was not what I divided into 8 family which the recognize abuse, and the blagcs\ of plan activities for Operation scholarship for the third student to
grelvmg The learned
process. Snowball Snowball activities ofier/
;: came home with being thought it would be. I thought shared attend.
August 15 after they their experiences and feel about
.J' week would preach," said drugs and their effects throughout the year continued train- NEFTI is operated by Rivet
together a with some 70 Stephanie. ings with each other "You don'trealise
and learned
other "It was different said Kim they communication ing and social opportunities for the Region Human Services in Jacksonville
; teenagers and 13 counselors at very how many problems there skills
"I know
how to listen andthat's
campers and their guests. .Another will be held
NEFTI 86 at Camp Chowenwawjust "but very caring experience. are until to camp next
you go a camp like this, what most wantso
teacher of
Peggy Stanwix-Hay, a
north of Green Cove Springs. At graduation, camp director Mil- stated Kim. "I summer.
can now listen
NEFTI stands for Northeast zie May explained that in order for better" meone Michael to listen to them. said the gifted, brought this camp to the "NEFTI Is great," said K.ni "If

Florida. Teenage Institute, an the campers to help others, they "I learned to trust other people, attention of her stundents at Brad anybody has a chance, I would
ford Middle School. The students in "
must first understand themselves definitely recommend they go
organization dedicated to training and they trusted me, declared When the week
was ended, the the 130 Players the drama club
Each of
leaders who can help themselvesand and accept themselves. "Before Michael. "You could tell anybody teenagers to our Bradford County
their they can be a counselor there carry their directed by Stanwix-Hay, decided to teenagers who attended came home
peers solve the problems of peer they anything, and they would messages back to their schools.
being a teenager and to work against have to dig down deep and deal with listen and not judge you" already has a facilitrator BMS use the profits from their perfor- saying he or she was not the same
their she peer program mances last spring of "Arsenic and person and that they all wanted to
drug and alcohol abuse. own hang-ups, said. In general sesions!! the campers and BHS
principal, Dr. Al
old Lace" to help pay for their return next year as counselors."
Rother, has been approached about classmates to attend. "NEFTI
makes life a little easierto
USDA Commodity Distribution Dates Set beginning a peer counseling program May asked Judy Becker to coordinate understand," exclaimed
there.SteDhanie. the efforts in Bradford Stephanie. "NFFTI makes life
Suwannee River Economic Council Inc., announces issued, however, during distribution. (Exception:: became a member of County Information about the NEF- copaseticl"J
the distribution of USDA commodities. You qualify to outlying reas will be recertified during distribution
receive commodities-if you: due to distanced involved)
Receive Food Stamps Special Notes: special days are set aside for the exclusive o"o a a'aaroo+ ao oMo+ o ao+o .o+ ao-oNoNo da o
Required: Letter of DecisionOR distribution to the elderly and handicapped. If A special thank
very to the voters of
Receive AFDC you have trouble standing, please bring a folding lawn you
Required: Medicaid Card chair so you can be more comfortable. f Slarke for allowing me to serve another term
OR Receive SSI USDA's Emeigency Food Assistance program is r.!
Required: Medicaid Card available to all eligible recipients regardless of race, on YOUR City Commission. 1 appreciate the
OR Meet the income guidelines below: color, national origin, age, sox or handicap.
Distribution sites and dates are as follows: ), kindness shown to me as I visited throughout
Begl.mlng August I, 1985 September 18, 1986, Old RJE School Building, 10:30: the city. Obviously everyone did not vote for
HOUSEHOLD PER PElt PElt a.m.-4:00 p.m.September .
SIZE YEAR MONTH WEEK 19, 1986, RJE Old School Building, 9:00: me, but I can say everyone was most gracious
1 f 6.96C I 581 $1.14: a.m.-1:30: p.m, .,.
2 0,412 785 181 Lawtey ,'w. net and kind. I think it speaks highly of our com

3 11,856 988 i.28 September 22, 1986, Recreation Center (Middleburg
4 14,300 1,192 275 ) : a.m.-2.00 p.m. munity.
5 16.744 1,396 322 Hampton ,
6 1J.1M8 1,599 jfi9 September 16, 1986, Hampton City Hall, 10:00: a.m.-2:00:

8 7 21,632 24,076 2,007 I.80J 416 4U p.m. Also a very special thanks to my wife, Leslie

Each additional member'$2,444 $204 $17 Brooker
Commodities must be picked up only at the sites September 17 1986, Crookcr City Hall, 10:00: a.m.l:30p : -- I my family for putting up with me the past

designated on the card. You must present your current .m, ..,' ) few weeks of
) .. !'
card to receive commodities. You or either of two Speedville .cw \ ];; ) """"- campaigning.

designated alternates may pick up the commodities. September 23, 1986, Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, d r7 i iI'
Certification recertification or replacement of a lost 10:00: a.m-l:30p: .m. AGAIN- THANK YOU!
V card will be done at the Outreach Center None will be Please bring a box or bag to put your commodities in.
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man Savings
clerk Carl Johns in office in a Sept
13, 1957 election, the first time Mer-
rill Edwards ran against incumbent

Johns Edwards got 750 votes, Johns
752. When Johns retired in 1959 Edwards
ran, won, and served 21 yearsas Poulan@ SERVANT/ I
clerk until his death in 1981 just
before the election.
Grid-Backed .

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Lawtey School. i to handle. 02300CVASPECIAL ;
Elementary The easy
and central heat/air units. Available in '
writers of this column are as follow: r ;'% < VVV ;,- ., a4 '
___._..Michelle Konkel,. 2nd grade; Erin e j SSR38499,498,497,496,493I503 i
............. Wilkinson, 6th grade; Wendy Cowie,
Q..,. .. ,., i 6th grade; Taisir El-Souessl!, 6th .. r SPECIAL PRICE
grade; Matina Smith, 7th grade; PRICE :
Joey Shuford, 7th grade.
With the help of their teacher, 5Z
MI's. Phyllis Rother they will collect I It9
information from Lawtey Elemen- $1.399
tary. ; j #50150,1,2,3,4,5
< t" .
< ..\h\\,.,;-J I $6.69 case of 1237W
Lawt<*y Bandby
Joey Shufoi

The Lawtey Elementary band is
growing this year. The band has vaI
grown from 62 last year to 70 this I II : x 6'Window

year.The band director, Mr. James I II Shades Winterizer Fertilizers a a

Brownlee, is very proud of the band I Room darkening shades.Heavy weight,all plastic.. + ( New. Formulated for thicker, sturdier fall lawn and t' 4
this year. The band will be perform-- Single ply. White 10113-370611 better spring green-up. Covers 5,000 sq ft. 23507

ing Christmas at the parades Starke and and at the Ocala last Se49 : $j69 .

varsity game of the Bradford Tornados SPECIAL PRICElS0146 j SPECIAL PRICE UlS0132

If you want to see the band come
to Bradford High Stadium the nightof N

the game. S?STIRLING d-CON ,

Our Librarianby Lavatory Faucet r1Z'; Flea and Tick Killer V
Non-metallic with smoked twin handles and chrome-plated Tick g : Kills fleas and ticks on dogs and cats.Also effective on
by Wendy Cowie housing. Contains water saver flow restrictors /063-72 = rugs, upholstery and other furnishings. 11 oz. #62
Our Librarian is Dorothy Moore.
For the last five years Mrs. Moore $.,95 $1'139

has dedicated her skiDs toward IlS0138 SPECIAL PRICElS0133
Lawtey's library. SPECIAL PRICE

Before Mrs. Moore came to
Lawte she spent 3'2 years as a
director of a federal project. Mrs.
Moore was a math teacher and the Ifjr;: Yale 4
head of the Math Department in V
Bradford Middle School for lOVi m Security Latchlock i.'i Acrylic LatexCaulk ,I
She even taught math Less mfr. mall In
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physical at 0 D finish Standard application for doors 1%" to 2'thick.. rebate $1.00 ,
C.C.Anderson Elementary School in #V-80 rb t Use inside and out Resists r
Lawtey for 8 years. $ ". moisture and mildew Paintable, ;'
Mrs. Moore is a super Media 7'89 easy to clean up 20 year mfr Cost after 29..,..
Specialist,a great teacher and. she is SPECIAL PRICE guarantee 1050Z. #18101 mfr. rebate /lS0141
loved by all the kids. ,

Open Houseby 32-Ga/. SPECIAL $999 10 O'SI.t'-;
Michelle Konkel Roughneck PRICE + ,
&Matina Smith Tape RuleS
Trash Can Less mfr. mall-In 114
I;. Lawtey Elem. School had Open $ rebate $2.00 S ," x 100'steel tape Lightweight moulded case with _
most durable
J House Tuesday, Sept. 9, at 7:30 p.m. Toughest available ,,. built-in rewind crank. 34-500 $
: During Open House, parents had the Tight-httin lid locks Cost after $ 99
.r;' opportunity to meet ,their child's In odors #2894 mfr. rebate m sono SPECIAL PRICE /l5u137
teachers and introduce themselves 4
to other teachers and parents. Open
\ House was held in the school SERVlltTAP

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Color Day is the day in which I' Protects and lasts longer. rebate S2.00 25 PL 16" stud center markings. Ultra rigid epoxy-coated steel !
students and teachers dress in Beads and shines rain blade. Free/I" x 6' pocket
after rain. 14 oz. paste or tape rule Included.
school colors to show school $699
spirit mfr. after$299 t
\ 16 oz. liquid "
The school colors arc blue and gold #0245#. # f SPECIAL PRICE k ..' 'w li
It is fun to see just how many people 'H50148 dal w ,d ,
,f dress in school colors. A teacher, AV. ,

<,1, Mrs. Moore, goes around to every Individual dealers may limit quantities Individual dealers may not stock allitems.SERWiTA1R .
1,, classroom in the school and takes a
'. count of how many people dressed in

(I'';/(V, blue Mrs and Simpson's gold. sixth grade ACME HARDWARE &<< BUILDERS SUPPLY 4

, 7l; homeroom class! won a popcorn and
:i 301 East Call Street
V' VV; snow cone party for having the most
If '. I people wearing blue and gold! I lam (
.,.. proud to sd\ that I am one of the peo- STARKE
r. ., :.':, pi le in Mis Simpson's class who We can he/ Vr
helped win! the party. .


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Begins Warner Season ci My !' X6.9


The Bradford Cowboys Pop
WunuT toot ball teams are about tobegin
a now season beginning Ihis
Sal ul'ClaIWI1 (ho live home teams Learn more
(di\idod into dilloronl ago brackets) THIS WEEK AT
gear... up lura contest 1 with SI. 4 about drugsAt
August '.
: ua
The Stark Pop Warner Booster: Eckera, we're continuing our
Club is currently having a membership efforts against drug abuse by
drive and will have booth set
sponsoring "Snowstorm/ the
the game; \\hihI III take "
pace at the' Bradford High( School Jungle, a Cousteau Society
loot ball stadium beginning at 10 documentary on cocaine See it
a m. Members will also be selling
visors and T-shirts to earn money Friday, Sept 12 at 10:05: p.m. on
WTBS-Atlanta/ cable TV.
lor their! organisation( .
Prospective: members are urgedto // To an Eckerd Pharmacist nothing'smore
write the Bradlord! Cowboy important than your health.
Booster: Club at P.O. Box :UBS: Starkolor ; AMERICAS
further information. FAMILY DRUG STORE

The age( brackets lor the Pop
Warner' teams; are lor boys from
seven to 14: years o ago.
This Saturday the 1\IIII'v Mites
take on SI. Augustine in the opener
IIIU\ a.m.. followed' by the' Jr. PeeWees 4.49 22.77 79 1.09iY
al 12 p rn. and the Pee Rees al
2 p.m. and the' Jr. Midgets al 4 pin
The :Midgets travel to Alachua

Saturday for a (i p.m. contest.On ; '
Sept.. 20, all the learns except iY '"
I he' Pee fees II'avl'1lo Callahan lor BASF
an away game with starting times i'T120
for each team I the same as this r..
Salurdav. The Pee Wees: lake onOrange : ,

Park Hoi-Mod Middloburgat .. ra.....
2pm. chrome t
On Sept. 27th the :MileMites, the It.. ';. .
Ado< .assetIe .
Pee Rees and (lie lJdgl'thost\ : Lake n. ,/11......'< _=-
Butler" at 10 a.m., 2 p.m and Ii(i p.m. '" It' _I\-WUNI)"" ''' >
while the Jr. :Midgets( lace Alachuain ,
Alachua at 4 p.m. The Jr PooWoes '
have an open date. &l'ft\N'JIiI\ .
On Oct. 4 the Mitoy\ Mites the PeeWees ; :

and I lie Jr.: Midgets host tJ; -.:,..-,- &
Hawthorne at 10 a.m., 2 p.m. ;md 4 "";;" #tl' 1:J1i .
hIll' the Jr. Pee Rees ho.tllddlt'hul'g
p.mI :
:\ at 12 and the I .....! ,. -,
:Midgets\ host Bel :Mod r.m.6 p m.
On Oct. II. the Cowboy
cheerleaders host: a competition

which begins at !9 t a.m. in the BUS BASF VHS T-120 blank video tape Be sure Lauren cologne or natural cologne spray Kleenex Softique tissues. Upright box of 100 Pepsi-Cola products 2-liter. Choose Diet Pepsi,
Stadium. you have plenty on hand to record fall 2-oz By Ralph Lauren Reg. 24.50 to 26.50 white or assorted colors box of 150. Pepsi free. Mountain Dew and more. Limit 3
football movies 599
On Oct. 18. the all the teams I travel Reg.
to !New: berry to play at the standard

starting ho have limes an open except date.the 1lldg'I"I Chips to cologne to cassettes we're helping you save.

On Oct. 25, all ol the lI'amho,1:
Alachua at the standard starting

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On !Nov.: 1. the Mite Miles, the @:.
\ -
Pee Wees and the Midgets:. hit the . I ___ f'f'I
road for slate ol Archer I
Starting times l''mall1lh4'.an1: (' On q'''')!'. 1 ('\\IClr 1 ;;( .
I he same day, the Jr. Pee Rees:
travel to !New: 1>(" '1'and. the Jr -.. ,
Midget: are open. I\

On !Nov.: 8, the Jr. Pee Woes, the -
Pee Wees and the Jr Midgetts: : host -
Keystone lIt'ightth: (' MitoMites

travel Midgets to host.St.Starling Augustine: (1111al'l':and the the 25% OFF 2.95 1.69 99C 3.99 2.59Entire

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Mascaras, blushes and more Shell Calcium 500-mg. In a tamper resistant Choose Lemon Blossom Alpine bag. Reg 649 Light Support Regular or
This year's sponsors include: Reg. 2 50 to 5 25 60 tablets package. Meadow and more. Reg. 1.49 Control' Top Regs 'to 3."
Halls Bike Shop.'llo's Pizza, Brad-
lor' Family Kestaraunt, P J.'b "J
Sports Weill' !''Iol'man'sIlIrkeb: : and c-OLQ 8.fLU t ..... tf ,
Allen's Ollice Supplies.' Jacksonvillesponsors "",, "'" 0 8" !.LI\ _
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Hampton Elementary is in needof Miss Clairol creme formula ECKERD Gelatin 100 capsules Corlcldln or Corlcidln D Mead binders. Choose from Daiwa combination spinning Doritos tortilla chips 7.5-oz.
band instruments for an elemen- hair color Sunbeam Blonde 10-grains. Compare the quality 24 tablets. Contains no aspirin Data Center Trapper Keepers: rod & reel #DS80 or Adven- bag. Cool Ranch. Nacho
tary band program that is being :Slack and more. Reg 3.59 of Eckerd Biond. Limit 2 Flex 3 or Organizer. Reg 5.99 tutor 3 fray tackle box #1323 Flavor and more Reg. 1.59

formed, says Hand Director Buddy .,. ,
Ball.If \ ..., '
you own a used instrument S'A"E' ,,1110
you'd like to sell, contact !Mr. Ball '',1
phone !UB4-5349.; : at the BUS band I 180.1 i : ;
room, or ME Principal Mary Ann
Kyle, phone -168-1212.) These instruments e PRINTS
will be furnished to Mr
children who cannot afford I to buyan The Colorwatch Sealprescription

instrument themselves. Ball Call ahead we'll have your .., 1 -.u\ ,,' means we use:

says. refill eady.._ r!: t; vw. wnA Kodak paper and chemicals

when you come in. Kodak trained technicia/ ; is
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No Job, No Skill... To an Eckerd Pharmacist, 49 Kodak computerized qualitynothing's

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offered by the Starke Police .
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Jimmy Bowen. ECKERD Cartridges '" I Glue 07-oz '' Ivory liquid soap ? I Ajax cleanser' !
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Chief' Bowen reminds the public Sell ORDERSI] We reserve the right to limit quantities. VISArwm
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Remodeling CompletedAt ,

By Rev. Kcl Kirkland


Kingsley Lake ChurchLast There are subjects to write about concerning marriage which are morn
pleasant than divorce But, the simple fact is divorce effects praclivally
every home in America either directly or indirectly. It is one of the
greatest crisis limes any family can face.
.d .,
If you are considering a divorce in your future: this article is for you. I
tist Church January Kingsley Lake Bap really appreciate the difference. In- hope to give you a couple of thins to think long and hard about before you
their started making plans for side it seems larger with more decide to go through with it. These are some things you may not have
ths remodeling. After many mon space for movement and yet not one heard. Let's look at what I believe are three common misconceptions
: rs planning, and
t preparations seat was lost. Also the colors of about divorce
hard work it
( is finally complete. medium blue and
________ And, the members of this congregation temporary country wood feeling.give it a Probably con- I, 'tHE GRASS IS ALWAYS GREENER.." When you are in a bad marriage .
at the Lake have reason to be the best way to express the just,about anything seems better. This may be especially true il
proud. A new atmosphere the building gives there's another party mvolvd My point here is this vou are in a
is "friendly". pressured( filtuatan. You may even fee backed into a corner. Because of
"When we began this project that pressure your vision becomes distorted. You in
are no position to
;; \11
!" '., says pastor Ed Kirkland > our goal That makes their pastor very hap- make the ,,hHyiUu re about to make. Any time you are on the bottom
t.J."IJjl:1:.... was to create an atmosphere in our Pot. "This is a friendly people with a things that are rea'bafl' You need to walt, lor things to level out a
1"'''' .. sanctuary which reflected ourchurch's of love to give," he says. "The old bit lust Than the crass might not look quite as green as it does right now
'" I personality. So we set out building took away from that, the
J to change the interior to enhance new enhances it. We have a mixtureof hnl"AN5? T'TIIEIlF-S: THE CHILDREN ." I know what you'10
worship and create an air of warmth traditional and contemporary in i g. ?' her your children are too young to understand or else they arc
f for vices those" who are visiting our ser our ministries here. Now people who old enough 'to agree. Perhaps yOU feel they've had a lousy home life too
visit with us can get a handle on who long and It's time they had a better one Mdybe they're already grown so
And changes they have made. For we are a little easier." you fepllike it won't effect them at all.!

instance they have redesigned our Since this church is over 100 years lIere's some !formation for you Preschoolers are ripped apart by
choir and pulpit areas. Also a soft old, it has seen many changes !in the divorce They are taught in those most "P03'1'' years marriage is no d.f.
blue carpet was installed throughout past. This is their third auditoriumand ferent than just 'living' to e'h('r.'What do think their conclusion will be
the entire auditorium and the after the remodeling it's like later? Also school age children often feel Iou it's their lault that mommy
wooden pews have been upholstered having a fourth. It all speaks highly or daddy 'left. How would you like to work through that gUilt a* a child I
in a matching fabric. New glass for its people. In many ways they agree it s time they have a "wfjm'ly but find another way. Another
doors are at the entrance along with, may be "the newest old church thing adult children are hurt and confused too. They begin to question
the addition of a completely new. around". their own future in marriage. I would like to write something especially to
sound system. those of you who have been married for twenty years or so and are thinking
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church invites aoout divorce but I'll save it for later.
And, for the first time in this anyone who is not actively in-
III church's long history, it has a stee- volved in a church to visit their ser- 3. "AFTER THE COURTROOM..." Here's somethir your lawyer may
; ri.b 1N ple. "As a part of the remodeling," vices on Sunday's at 11:00 a.m. and not ell you(no slur against attoi'ney's intended i. If you a.e looking forward
T says the pastor "we wanted to add : all.m. Sunday School is provided to the possibility of a divorce you may feel like "Alter the judge says it's
,the steeple for two reasons. First to for ages at 10:00 a.m. The church over-it s over! I've got news lor you it's never going to be o\er you'll
give the building more identity as a is located on Highway 16 about seven carry scars forever and if children are involved you will have to continue
sanctuary Also to make the en- miles east of Starke just before get to deal with your partner the rest of your life I counseled one couple where
trance more definite for our guests." ting to Camp Blanding. If you would the wife had been divorced some five years before. The week I saw them
rl The final result is striking. In fact like additional information the for the first time they had just paid several thousand dollars to their attorney
you had to have seen it before to number is 5332018. over another long custody battle to keep the children Alter the
courtrrom both financially and emotionally it isn't usually over, it's just
beginning.You .
I would like to thank the people who supported
Our People may think alter reading this, "This guy doesn't want me to get
"r me in this election and during the past four years. divorced!' you're right! Divorce is a lie with a big price tag. You may
I will not be have a hundred circumstances I haven't mentioned (IIn fact I'm sure you
Although continuing on the school
In Service do). But there
are always possibilities. Especially if jou're both willing to
board, I will continue to work for the betterment of work at it and even more so !if you're both Christians If that's the case I

A I our children's education and welfare and for the can assure you biblically your marriage can be he.iled

r betterment of the teaching profession. Spec. Mary Richardson Whatever your situation, consider another alternative before divorce
The time for you to do that is right now before! it's too late Then go got
I would especially like to thank Les, Micki, Arrives in S. Korea some help. It will help] you, your children and your po<'ketbook. Surely you

Michael and Kenneth for the hours they spent care enough about one of those to make the of fort.

helping I I me the past six weeks. Army Spec. 4 Mary R. Richard- Ed Kirkland Is pastor of (lie KI"IIIe.\ Luke/ Bupfisl Church/ on /iij>liuu\
son, daughter of Tillmon & Hazel
PdPoladr Judy Becker Richardson of Starke, has arrivedfor : 16 at Kingsley l.lIkl'. If you runt to submit; a ajaintlv topic or respond tin
article you' may call hit ojticv; at 531: :2018 or virile,' to.: How's the Fnmih'''.
with the 304th Bat
duty Signal
talion South Korea. Kingsley Lake Bnptlsl 1 Church Rt. I. Bov 58S. Sttirlie( Fla. .WH) I
NIln1e. illdd.s"s ore not punted
When railroads replaced stagecoaches in the last century the familiar terms "carriage" "coach" and "driver"
were transformed to the new type of transportation. It's said an athlete's coach Is so named from the same Richardson': is a telecommunications -
since he or she "trains"the team or individual. specialist


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Itrailloril llili| luollKill KIIIMthin I'd from Flniincr Olhccr Wanda I'HH'! for u reserved ,parking slope
Krld.iy night M'pl.. 5, arts $:.1 I ,ill the Prevail in the BITS olfke.Those who mill' two season tickets, u S"iHineiiiUership
gate for I>"'|'>'|HHV. 'IwuKlil reserved seals in |>ii>\ioiit
years gel first chancr.Other rtscrved nets u reserved 11I1I'k.III" -
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_ IW8B!} ; Girl's Cross Country Team at BITS..
Meinhers' or the I IIK! |> girl's\ muss 1'1II1II1I'h'um. .it l.oper.' junior mil captain l.ori S.tpp, anti junior Kim
151 IS are (I-r): Ad.iins. Nut shown: jllillm'IIAIt't'oliens.
'rout' : fieslini.insli.uli.in Jenkins, jiaiiitr, Felicia First meet of the lilHO!' season' is set lliis Suluril.i. ,
I D.uis, Irrsliin.iii Ramona Tciin.iiil" sopluiinore Kohinlt.uk Sept" lit, lit Bishop" Kwaq in ksonville.' The cross
\I.lIllIilll. t'oiinlr' course is two miles. mostlv ol laugh| birth
ru\\: sophoinori'Chrisli Il.urell.n.ieli<< George: BALLOTS will be availableat
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City Hall N. Thompson Street, Friday -

y ,w Noon September 12 1980\ for

the City of Starke Second Primary

(t Election to be held September 23,

t 1V tiw' 5/. 1986.

t --1

Neil Tucker

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I, Terwillegar Motors

I The Boys 198G Cross Country Team at BUS...
Memliers ol the. hovs' I'lKli! ; cross ci'iinlrx' loam .it l.oper. junior. md captain !Itolierl 'Ihoipe, Ireshni.inlinger your winning team forAmerica's
IIn..ll'lIl'Cllligh: I llr'First :' I'ndgtlle.' :Not: slioun: junior Dennis Clover. andsophomoie
I row Ireshni.in .lulmin Iliompson, IrtslunauBeans 'Iris. ItrooksFirst .
J.ICKSIMI.. lieslnn.in Keith Thlllllp..lIlI.S"I'HlII' 1111'101 the lilMli! season. is this Silnnl.iSepl.. Favorite
I io\\: |iinior M.nk \I.II'.h.llI. (11'h Grurgl- 1:1:, at Hi..hllil| Kentn in ,l.i<.ksonville.. .
Trucks and Cars!
I would sincerely like to thank the voters of :

s Bradford County for the support given me in the i ii

i first primary. I 1986' Ranger


I Bill ALDERMAN i ii V-6 Super, 5 Speed Cab, Air )

i.t. DISTRICT 4 2 90/0 'k'r

E As a lifelong resident. of the Hampton, Bradford ; j $9495.00 '

I County area, I would appreciate the opportunity to jj

I serve you on the County Commission, District 4. |

Please vote 30th. 1986 F-150 1986 F-150
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Air, Handling XLT Larl' i, Tilt,
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$11,995 $13,495DEADL'INE


OCTOBER 8 1986

For Your Kindness and Support Call 964-7200 for Prior Approvalon

STATE REPRESENTATIVE 2.90/0 Ford Motor Credit Interest

F-150 ((4x2)) ((4x4)) F-250 ((4x2)) ((4x4)F350 )

FAMILY ((4x2)) ((4x4)) 4 Speed Only!

District 13 'DPOUD. DEl'vl Terwiliegar Motors473FORD

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September, HMtt TEl.KCiHXI'll; I'nae'll.\ I"

I BBS the Underdog: in Opener .I

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Urufllord, lligh'is! a definite underdog Probable Starters... The secondary will have its hands! i'ry.i r'.n,
in the season opener set at 8 p.m. full defending the pass and not giving + ,tt} ti1
Up front defensively in the 4-4 Bl IS
tomorrow the last bucks
( Friday, Sept. '2)) on Tiger anything oi
defense the probable starters are
Urudlord Field with the visiting Jel- the ground. 5i
lerson County Tigers from Mon- Sam linebacker Billy Harrell defensive Probably starters on the offensive
ticello. tackles Eric Nazworth and line, according to Coach Jay Godwin
The Tigers! are an experienced Dane Clark weak side end Malachi : center Billy Harrell strong
football team BHS I is not. Jenkins inside linebackers!! Ron guard Eric Nazworth strong tackle
BUS has the size and Brown and Gary Wise strong side Brian Barton, tight end David Yi,. AA
some end Mike Cray, and rover back Greg weak Y
quickness to compete with but lacks Williams guard Allen Wood
the experience which may tell in the Wiggins. weak side tackle Reggie Lcverson.
opener. Both BUS quarterbacks, Johnny i
"Monticello is going to be tough" The BUS defense held Palatka and Clark and Robert Starling are likely .-
says BUS defensive coordinator St.Augustine scoreless on a wet to see action against Monticello.
Mike Sexton The fast Tiger backs soggy muddy BUS Held last Friday. Starling has been hampered by an
will be dillicult lor the BHS defense Coach Sexton was proud of that. injury in practice this week which
to contain. If the Monticello backs Some individual players did a real may hold him back and give the 1Fr
are allowed to break loose much it good job in the jamboree. Sexton has starting nod to Clark.

could win the game Coach Sexton been taking the good things the Runningback will the -
players did, building on that and probably .
says with Fr a 1 i'
sophomore Rodney Mosley ?
correcting mistakes! week.In .
The Tornado defense, which some help from soph Greg Pittman 7 i' I Yreka "'
Coach Sexton says has yet to jell 130.: and Damn Patterson.Returning Ott )aw

from must keep the speedy Tiger backs the defensive secondary the back with the most

the getting around the corner or into probable starters according to game experience is fullback Greg

"We'll secondary. Coach Charlie Simpkins are corner Wiggins, who has been looking goorunning
have our hands lull "SlV" backs David Hamilton and Darrin
the football this fall in practice -
Coach Sexton. Patterson and safety Cory Strong .

I 2A Opponent is Tough Fast ;

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A tough, fast experienced Jefferson the backs and hall the offensive line on the Iront seven. Linebacker

County High Class 2A football Coach Hurse notes Henry German 12,5-10,195 has good St.Augustine Ball Carrier Smothered. ,.
team from Monticello is he opening According to BUS scouts the speed, is a hard hitter and likes to ..

game opponent for the Bradford Tigers have over-all good speed in penetrate. Henry's LB running mate Defensive 1 cud M.il.ulii Jenkins, no. HI, jind use niltl'l' Iliad 'Ilk,. St',ton eiessed| pleasurenli tindeleiishe '
I High Tornadoes here at 8 p.m. Friday the backfield an average line, look is Melvin Holmes 12.5-10. 161, has iiiiitlt'iililiril "'OI'uudollu'klt'I' put 11 SI.Augustine/ back |plat nl the Tin n.nines, ''ilh I'al.itk.i and 1
I Sept. 12. for the big play and have very little good speed reads, and hits. The on lie /ground in the M>HU:> j.iinlmn |(11.\ List. I IVi idat SI.IIJII"liou"t'I't': held scoreless.
"It's the quickest team we'll play patience. good size includes middleguard Billy i

all year," says Head. Tornado David Experience factor is the most im- Joe Wesley, 12, 5-6,175; tackles Wit- Washington, 12, 6-3,175. The corner- run. monster man on defense

Hurse. In preseason rankings by the portant difference between the ton Dice 11, 5-11. 172 and John backs are George Young 11,5-7,1M, Offensively the Tigers use a Washington is the favorite pass
Florida Sportswriters Association, Tigers and the young inexperienced} Burns II, 5-10 265 and ends and John Barker, 12, 5-5,130. Salety 7-man t'ont with two tight ends I
the Tigers are sixth in Class 2A. Tornadoes says Coach Hurse. Richard Thomas, 12, 6-1. 165, and man Anthony Seation 10,5-11,161 is Henry German 12, 5-10 195 who .1
I They're coming off a 6-5 season 8 or 9 The Tigers run a 5-4 defense like Bi uce Wade, 12.6-0. 177. small but has great speed stays plays linebacker on defense and See...
starters all nf' RIIS used to run. There is good! size Tiger' monster is Damon TigersSee
I returning' including man back well and comes up quickly on a Daron Washington, 12. 63. 175. the

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NUHb NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate attorney or. set forth CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE: NO PROPERTYTO
Legal Notices JAMES L. ANDREWS has made application APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OP and ((2)) any objection by an Interested below : DONALD C, DUNCAN I
for SPECIAL EXCEPTION for *5, ABANDONED PROPERTY person to whom notice was mailed that All Interested persons are required to 511, S'ockton Street I
for supervised live-in care (ACLF) to the challenge the validity of the will the file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON. Jacksonville, FL 32201 I
Starke Board of Adjustment on propertythat Pursuant to Section 13 Chapter 717, qualification of the personal representative THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for
I NOTICE OF INTENTION Is classified, RP and described Florida' Statutes, entitled "Florida venue, or jurisdiction of the NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate dissolution of marriage has been filed
, TO REGISTER below: Disposition of Unclaimed Property Act". Court. and ((2)) any objection by an Interested against you and you are required to
I FICTITIOUS NAME Parcel 4065.00000 at 905 W. MadisonSt. notice Is hereby given that the ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT person to whom notice was mailed that serve a copy of your written defenses If
I Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florldc ., In Section 29, Township 6 S. Range 22E. listed below to be persons of SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. challenges the validity of the will, the any, to It on Eugene F. Shaw Wife's attorney
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the ., at corner of Madison and Epperson unclaimed appear owners Publication of this Notice has begunon qualifications of the personal representative whose address I I' 92S-E North I
undersigned Terry C. Minx Lot 27 Deer- personal or Intangible pro- September 4, 1986. venue, or jurisdiction of the Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091
foot Trail Lake Sampson Florida sole Rd.The Starke Board of Adjustment will perty presumed abandoned. THIS DOES Attorney for Personal Representative: Court on or before September 26, 1906 and file
owner doing business under the firm conduct a public hearing at their regular NOT INVOLVE REAL ESTATE. R.A. Green Jr., Esquire ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT the original with the clerk of this court
titlous name under the aforesaid meeting held at 7:30 p.m. In the Council "Notic." of Names of Persons Appearingto GREEN & HOBBS P. A. SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. either before service on Wife's attorneyor
Statute Room of Starke City Hall Thompson P.O. Drawer 938 Publication of this Notice has begunon Immediately thereafter; otherwise a I
name of Western Auto 312 W. Call St., Street Starke, Florida on Thursday Owners of Abandoned Property" Stark., Florida 32091 September 4, 1986. default will b. entered against you for
Stark., Florida 32091 Intends to September 25, 1986. Etherldge, FK, Route 3, Box 273. Starke. ((904)) 964-3700 Attorney for Personal Representative: the relief demanded In the peltlon.
register said fictitious name under the At this time, all persons will be heard FL 32091, 0267-1985-0001. R. A. GREEN, JR. R. A. Green Jr., Esqulro DATED on this 26 day of August 1986.
aforesaid statute. concerning this application as specifiedin Harmon Thomas, Address Unknown, GREEN & HOBBS. P. A. GILBERT BROWNAs
Dated this 15 day of August A.D. the zoning codes of the city of Starke. Starke, FL 32091 034919850212. Personal RepresentativeMOZELL : P.O. Drawer 938 Clerk of the CourtBY
1986 In Bradford County. L. M. Gaines Hartman Lee C., P.O. Box 215H FRAZIER Starke, Florida 32091 : Beulah MoodyAs
8/21 4tchg 9/11 Director. Starke Bd. of Adj. Lawtey FL 32058. 002519850162. 1503 N. Grand Street ((904)) 9645700R. Deputy Clerk

I ore tlrhn" Thompson, Colvin E. Address Starke FL 32091 A. GREEN JR. 8/28 4tchg 9/18
--- Unknown Stark., FL 32091 MOZELL FRAZIER
034919850518. 9/4 2tchg 911IN Personal Representative:

Unknown. Starke, FL 32091 BRADFORD COUNTY 3569 Vista' De La Orilla REZONING AND
KEEP 034919850520. CASE NO. 84-310-SP San Diego Calif. 92117 AMENDMENT OF THE


r. Information concerning the amount or I Plaintiff 9/4 2tchg 9/11 ORDINANCE amending 'he C.-."-
description of the property {such tfls vs. prehensive Land Use Plan Eie -- -"unclalrnecjr l checking accounts, savings '"PAULL. JENKINS NOTICE is hereby given that on Mon Mop by Bradford County Florida in accordance -
Defendant day Sep'en ber 22. 1986 at 10.00 O'clocka.moo wl'h 'h. local Givenvien'
accounts, utility deposits, stocks, bonds
PAR"H".8M NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S 'he GatorFreigh'ways. Comprehensive Ac' of
Insurance refunds safe deposit boxes, SALE undersigned Planning 19/5 as
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I I. Dolph Inc. will tell at public auction provided for in Chop'er 163 it 'he
etc.) and the names and addresses of
E. Reddish Sheriff of Bradford County for cosh at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Florida S'a'u'es.
the holder of such
personal propertymay Florida under and by virtue of a Writ of Flo. one lot of crayons consigned TO: All Ci'izens Taxpayers and o'her 'in
be obtained by any person possessing Execution heretofore Issued out of the to Dixon Ticnnderoga Co.. Vero Beach 'eres'ed persons.
an 'Interest In the property by addressing above-entitled court. In the above-styled Flo. 'o satisfy freight and storage You and each of You are neieby, and
District 5 on Inquiry to Gerald Lewis, cause, have levied upon the following charges under the provisions, of Section herewi'h given notice in arcvdaine
State Comptroller Attn: Abandoned property situate, lying and being in 4b( ) of Uniform S'andard Bill of Lading. with Florida S'a'ues 'hat "ie B'aid' .,f
School BoardWORKING Property Section :202;: Blount Street Bradford County Florida to-wit: Ga'or Freightways.' Inc.. CarrIer County Commissioners of Bradford
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0350 1 Lot 208.75 feet square lying In the 14.775327 dtd 7>3& 86 County Florida have designa'ed 'he
(9044870510.) The Jacksonville office SW corner of NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 Section 9/11 21chg 9/18 1 Bradford Coun'y Zoning and Planning

telephone number Is ((904)) 3596085. Be 18 Township 6, South Range 22 East .. _. .. -. ." '-'-'---'-' --- Board to conduct a public heating a' a
FOR YOU sure to mention the account number Public Records of Bradford County regular meeting held at 7.00 p.m, in 'he
AFTER the name as published .li this Florida NOTICE is hereby, given, that on Mon Council Room of S'arke City Hall. S'arke.
notice. Unless proof of ownership Is as the property of the above-named day September 22. 198nat 10:00 clock Florida on Tuesday Sep'ember, 30
Keep 26 years of building and maintenance presented to the holder by November 1. Defendant, and that on the 15th day of a m. the undersigned Gator 1986 and make a recommendo'ion" '
1986 the property will be delivered for September 1986 Monday at 2:00: p.m. Freightways. Inc. will sell at public auction the Board of Coun'y Commissioners" and
working for the future of our children. custody to the Comptroller of Florida. on the premises of the Bradford County for cosh at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jackson. the Board will consider on Monday. October -
Thereafter all further claims must be Sheriff Office, I will offer for sale and yule Fla., one lot of Fan electric ."h/- 6, 1986 at the Commissioners' ,
directed to the Comptro'ler' of Florida. sell to the highest bidder for cash in vent consigned to Bargain Box. Room of the Bradford Coun'y Courthouse
GERALD LEWIS hand the above-described property as Homestead" Fla., to satisfy freight' and S'aike Florida at 10'00 a m. an
With 12 Yrs. Experienceon COMPTROLLER OF FLORIDA the property of the said Defendant to storage charges, under the provisions of Ordinance relating '0:
Section 4b of Uniform Standard Bill, of The of
satisfy said Execution ( ) rezoning the following described
9/4 9/11
the school board I am in.a good position 2tchg DOLPH E. REDDISH SHERIFF LadIng. property and amending, 'he Comprehensive
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDABY Gator Freightways' Inc., Carrier Land Use Plan to provide
to work better for our school district IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH : Dolph E. Reddish. Pro. 03 832228 d'd 7' 16'86 that land curren'ly zoned RSF MH and
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR 8/21 41ChQ 9/11 9- 11 2tchg< 18 designa'ed by the plan as Rural Residen
and for our children. I promise to representall BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. -. -. -- -.---.--.-.- 'ial, be rezoned to Cl. and designated
CASE NO.: 86-74-CP ((1.3758)) Commercial the property of JAMES F.
of our children to the best.of ,my ability. IN RE: The Estate of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH NOTICE. JONES, described as follows: Parcel'
DAVID FRAZIER IIJDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR JAMES L. ANDREW: has "made application 33<*-00000, Lot 7, off NW 25'h A\
'd Pal An r Deceased BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. '0 the Starke Zoning and Planning (Pleasant Grove Rood), 'hree miles Northwest
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION CASE NO.: 86-75-CP ((1.3759)) Board for reclassification, of the property of S'arke, in Section 17.
Th. administration of the Estate of IN RE: The Estate of described below from" RIA to RP Township 6 S. Range 22 E., to be used
DAVID FRAZIER Deceased File No.: GLADYS ELIZABETH MOOTY Parcel 406500000. located at 905 W for convenience store and skating rink.
86-74-CP ((1.3758)), Is pending 'In the Circuit Deceased Madison St., In Section 29, Township 6 S. You are further given, NOTICE 'hat a
Court for Bradford County Florida NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe Range 22 E.. at corner of Madison and copy of said proposed ORDINANCE is
OURESTCUT Probate Division the address of which Is. administration of the Estate of Epperson Rd. for professional classification available for your Inspection at the office I
Bradford County Courthouse, Stark., GLADYS ELIZABETH MOOTY Deceased with Special Exception to be used of the Director of Zoning and Plann I
Florida 32091. File No.: 86-75-CP (1-3759)( ), Is pending In for live-in (ACLF) care. ing. City Hall. Thompson Street S'arke.
The names and addresses of the personal the Circuit Court for Bradford County This change In classification Is subjectto Florida.
representative and the personal Florida Probate Division the address of a public hearing to be held on Thur. Each and every person having any Interest
YET! representative attorney are set forth which I It Bradford County Courthouse, day September" 25, 1986 at 7:00: p,m.. in wha'ever In the enactment **f this
below. Starke, Florida 32091. the Council Room in the S'orke City Hall proposed ORDINANCE should appea
All Interested persons are required to The names and addresses of the personal on Thompson Street. S'arke, Florida. At and be heard at the time and place
file with this Court. WITHIN THREE MONTHS representative and the personal this time all persons Interested shall be prescribed.BOARD
1 ''VSAVE OF THE FIR PUBLICATION OF THIS heard for or against 'he proposal as OF BRADFORD COUNTY
specified, in 'he Zoning Code ol the City COMMISSIONERS

NOTICE OF ELECTIONThe of S'arke, Honda By Gilbe. .. Brown ".
Farmers Home Administration (FmHA) County Committee election this Wafer Wes'cntt Chairman G.S. Brown Clerk
year will be held on September 19, 1986. The ballot below must be filled out S'arke Zoning & Planning Board 9, I 11 1'chg
detached and mailed and received or returned In person to Farmers Home Administration 9 11 Itchg

$70 5709 N.W. 13th Street, Suite C, Gainesville, Florida not later than .. -. .. .. -. - NOTICE
1 September 19, 1986. If you do not vote 'In person you should mail your ballot inside ANDREW STRICKLAND Has made oo-
a blank envelope marked ballot to ensure a secret ballot. This blank NOTICE plication to the Bradford County Zoning
envelope should be placed Inside the envelope you use to mall your ballot. Your MARILYN E. NORMAN has made application Board for reclassIfIcation of the properly \
be the outer envelope. Failure to provide this to the Bradford County Zoning described below
name and address must legible on from RSF to RSF-MH. 1.1
ballot 'Invalid. Ballots and envelopes may also be obtained Board for reclassifiratinn of the propertydescribed
Information will render your CG Parcel acres |lust outside city limits off north
below from OR to :
from your local FmHA office side of Edwards Road ((100A), nut of
The slate of nominees for Alachuo and Bradford eountyles( ) are listed, In the 0478.00000 located six miles Parcel 4160-00100 In Section 29
converts to edger; power hoe, Voter cer.titicatlon Starke at Southeast corner of Hwy 16
!power ballot below. The qualifications of persons voting are described In the Township 6 South Range 22 East. To be
!power blower with optional and voter el and Ct. Rd. 225 6.43 acres In
Statement" For further Information regarding voting gibii- be used for mobile home residence.This .
attachments contact the county office listed above. FmHA elections are open to all eligible Township 5 South Range 21 East to change In classification, Is subjectto ''I
*., e Powerful 28cc 2-cycle ty of. used for re'ail and restaurant 'I
bade voters without regard to race, color. religion, national origin, age, political Is subect a public hearing to be held on Tues
Reversible 8-Inch weed This In classification | I
filiation marital status, sex,:and/or handIcap change held Tues day, September 30 1986 at 7:00: P.M. In I
e Fuel Injection starting for quick starts to a public hearing to be on the Council Room of the Starke
City Hall
e Automatic: -N-GOe line advance U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE day. September" 30 1986 at 7:00: p.m.. In
on Thompson Street In S'arke: Fit Ida.
FARMERS HOME ADMINISTRATION the Council Room of 'he Storke City Hallon At this time all persons In'eres'ed shall
BALLOT FOR COUNTY COMMITTEE MEMBERS( ) Thompson" Street In Storke. Florida. be heard for or against the proposal as
State Florida Countyies( ) Alochua and Bradford At this time all p.rIOIIn'.r..t.d shall specified, in the Zoning Codes of Brad
Condldotes( ) W. D. POPE JR. be heard for or against the proposal as ford Coi.:nty.
fir w fT.I 1 / specified In the Zoning Codes of Bradford
ROSCOE. NOIITO: L. M, Gaines, Director
1 / County. Bradford j
County Zoning
I / L, M. Gaines, Director
1-year 9'II 1 Itchg I IQBn'
Bradford County Zoning
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Subpart W of Part 2054 of Title 7. Code of Federal Regulations requires that all BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA
Fla Pest Control \ voters for FmHA county or area committee elections meet the following eligibility CASE NO.: 86-357-CA I
539 e. Cairst. f requirements: (a) be farmers; (b) derive the principal part of their Income from IN RE: The Marriage of
STARKE farming (that I., more than 50 percent of their gross Income.must come from DONALD C. DUNCAN ,"
M...57l5In agricultural production); (c) have their principal farming operation within the Husband '",. :

county or area for which the election Is being held. and GREEN DUNCAN Sir John Dilyell.. of Binno I
JOANN England
0....no_....icMUpl'lo. By submitting this ballot I attest that I meet the criteria to vote. 9/11 Wife had a sea anemone for a pet It lived (
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I'I'i i' Defenses Shine in JamboreeNobody


l lII ll scored in five quarters of cost the Tornadoes. Coach Sexton still seeks to have the
l football in the annual Fall For instance, OB Johnny Clark defense work together.
jamboree played on, a wet, muddy passed to David Hamilton for a 10 Coach David Hur.se begins the
i, Bradford Field last Friday night, >urd (Tiiin againut:' Paluika, bul season with a green backfield. The
t Sept. 5.the wideout Pat Diggs was called for three running backs are Inexperienced -
soggy field favored the holding as he tried to block for Rodney Mosley and Greg
delenses. It was difficult to get much Hamilton, nullifying the play. It is a Pittman are sophomores.
) going offensively on the soft field, good pass play, which freezes the Tailback Mosley ran for nine
points out BHS defensive coordinator linebackers and ,two BHS pass yards against St.Augustine, the
Mike Sexton. Over-all, Tor- receivers go out on one side and the longest BHS run of the night in the
1 \ nado coaches were pleased with the defending cornerback has to make a jamboree Robert Starling playedthe
r performance of the BUS gridderswho choice to cover one, leaving the fourth quarter at signal caller.
held both Palatka and other free.Offensive. BHS got one first down with TB
: St.Augustine scoreless. line coach Jay Godwin Mosley running hard and the BHS
: The BUS defense proved tough to says he's been stressing blocking line looking much better than in the
: move the ball against. The offensiveline assignments this week. Coach God- first quarter against Palatka.
'" '4i 'i. J {yl missed assignments and held win is also hoping to get some unity StAugustine completed a 17 yard
down the BHS offense, says Coach in the BHS line for the opening pass to the tight end who came back
Jay Godwin. game to catch the pass with three Tornadoes -
Missed blocking assignments put Coach Sexton w'.so'! said there were surrounding him.
r ''' ate a big crimp in the BHS offense some good individual performanceson Palatka made one first down
4 Penalties and jumping off-sidev also the defense in the jamboree against BHS on a hard run.

r Bill Harrell, playing sam
linebacker, was in on three tacklesin
Thank Youfor the jamboree against Palatka. He
j had help from defensive back Brian
1. Your Vote Davis and SSE Mike Gray. Rover

I : .:' ; ;,;V and back Greg Wiggins twice nailed SA
1: : ; Support Tuesday. ball carriers with hard tackles
; I need Your Help Malachi Jenkins and Reggie Lever-
son cornered SA end run tries. Inside
Again Sept. 23rd. linebacker Gary Wise stood up a

Lint.'mun'orking Hard... hard driving SA runner.
Ed WallGroup
tills; ldrkle' Itriini Itiuion. III). ::;::1!, and oilier unitlciinluil hlo""IIIA iissininiH'iils' |phigaed. l till BUS lilll-lll.ill in tillprrsriison -
,, Tornado loolhiillvrs nt ii 11IIS 1"lIInillf.bu'k jllllbol'4''la..1 .. ...i..I.niJ.hl.. Conch Jay Godwin 5 Season
Uri out h flu- SI.\uunslitii Iniiit line, lull iin unlilocki-il, I has i been winking on blot'king assign'lIts and iniil JVBegins
lin.'lp.ukcr., nt It-It, awaits the hull t'mTit'I'Ii.oj': l\ all' ui'i'k. City Commission
'd 'oil"


The Bradford High junior varsity
football team kicks off its season at
I 7:30: p.m. tonight (Thursday, Sept.
11)) in Lake Butler.

Head JV Coach Lanier Clyatt says
II 55 young football players are on the
BHS team, and he would like to playas
many as possible. Some 15
I .. .. sophomores will come down from
THE the varsity for the JV contest, then
return to practice Monday-

I OFFICE Wednesday with the varsity.

SHDP The second JV coach is Chester
i 110W.Call SI.

964-5764 The game is the first of seven
scheduled for the JV Tornadoes.
Storks Flo. They play:

Sept. 25, West Nassau, 7 p.m.,
Oct. 2, St.Augustine! 7 p.m., away.
Oct. 9, Interlachen, 7 p.m., here.
Oct. 16, North Marion, 7 p.m.,
Oct 22, Keystone Heights, 7 p.m.,
Oct. 30, Macclenny, 7 p.m., home

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1 1:
: E. receiver.
.. s Tiger center is Richard Thomas,
:"", ao/o/ Dennison/Carter 12, 6-1,17S, who also plays defensive
Tenex ;, end. Guards are Maurice Lerry 12,
I ,, Mail-Lite 5-7, 193, and Steve Britt, 11,5-7,143.
r1- Ramped Edge Mat Shipper Offensive tackles Anthony Norton,
V \ 'Kraft envelope,: 'with protective plastic air. 11, 5-7,218, and Darien Siplin, 10,6-0,
Innovative Chairmat for low pile carpeting v :
Tenex :Dubble lining. Lightweight and waterproof. 255, are big.Quarterback.
I 'M (under 5/8" including padding). Features .. 25 per carton. Cedric Brooks, 12,
Ramped Edge ramped edge for non-trip safety and easy Reg. $19 25 cl 6-1,165, has good speed, a good arm,
Static Control Chairmat rolling on and off. Clear tough vinyl with Sarnsonite Furniture 8-,12" x 12" DP218.205 NOW 15? and likes to run the ball on the op
tion. Brooks throws the ball
gripper back. QB
Reg $22 50 ct
BUIlt-in conductive grid that dissipates Econostack Chairs 1800 straight, gets good pass protectionfrom
st 'le Gripper Back" with 33" lip 45x53-25x12 LipDE4SA4S4V2REO Reg $74 25 1 Jt JL J 35 Contemporary t designed chrome frame 9-1/2" x 14-1/2" DP218.207 NOW his big linemen, and will roll
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45" x 53"-Clear Vinyl NOW "1 I 9113DS2HVJ545V2REO fm I 46 x 60-No Lip Reg $92 40 5145 pylene shell is soft and form fitting. 4f Ibs. Reg. $3000 ct half Georga Young, who plays cor-
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$1025 ct 5-11,182, has good speed, good handson
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,. Class of '41 Invite...
I All graduates of Classes 19401949are
i invited by the BUS Class of
1941 to a Dutch Treat luncheon
beginning at'1:30: p.m. Oct. 25 at
the Western Steer Steakhouse.For .
I reservations, call Louise
} ." Stern 964-5614, Dorothy Alvarez
I I 964-8194, anytime or Novis Ward
964-7454 after 6 p.m.
The BHS Class of 1941 sli.!' leeds

i L ,- -1 I addresses and phone numbers for:
Billy Griffis, Troy Loadholtz,
Madge Gay, Mary Townsend.
:." ht1' J Please contact C. Keen, Rt. 1, Box
J JI L. i 643, Starke, FL 32091, phone
904/533-2652 if you have any Infor-

1. E .,I\ ]i' u. .II,: I mation Active about Seniors.these persons...

,J The Senior Center offers various
J + activities for senior citizens in-

v.,;;.:., > # r / .,\ cluding needlework, macrame, exercises -
'. bingo, etc.
,;::1" The Center is open Monday
.::L :" :,; /-1-1' Dennison/National through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4
y,", 'I' p.m. and is located behind the new
courthouse on the corner of Gral.d
I __.....:.. :_ : a' and Georgia Streets.
16 lb. White paper. Assorted bright colorUnited Contact Beverly McGee or
ChairTraditional covers. Wirebound. Reg. $8.40 pk Teresa Wood at 964-4545 for more

Hon seating and great comfort. Rugged steel frames and 3" x 5". 12/pk 06 information.
Desks durable upholstery make these chairs an outstanding value DP 3-3'.' NOW U PK
11"x 8-1 Community ..
A compact desk ideal for closing rooms or salespersons offices. [K2] Executive Swivel Chair-Adjustable tilt and seat height.! e/ in
These desks feature the exclusive Hon Superoller file drawer for Height adjustment is 3". s 3-Hole punchSO Ruling. Reg. $1.69 aa An effort is being made to form a
Reg. $165.05 community
file and box
long roller life and easy, qUlet'operatlon. Locking ehlet Subject 118 An organizational meeting Is set

drawer. 79 Ibs. Reg. $342.00 Black DE4-S-11-BK-FS7 141129 DP3-33-986 NOWReg. EA Sept. 8, according to Charles
Thomas, administrator in charge of
30" 34 Brown DE4-S-11-TG-FS6 NOW $2.15 ea
A Double Pedestal 60" x 263Reg. Sage the Community Education Program
Tropic Sand DE4-31101-WK NOW [Id]Secretarial Posture Chair-. Adjustable tilt and seat height. 80 shlS,1 Subject 11! at the Bradford-Union Vo-
Black DE4-31181-WP Height adjustment is 5". DP3.31.987 NOW Tech router in Starke Class hours:
$253.00 Reg. 7:30.9:30: p.m. at Bradford Middle
150 shU, 3 Subject Reg. $3.45 ea School. Coot: $15 per semester.
&Sin Pedestal-45" x 24" DE4 S 10637 Brown CoverDP333386 50
Sand 19481 Black -22-BK-FS7 2 Ages 1692.
Tropic OE4-31007-WK NOW Sage Brown 0E4-S-22-TO-F56 NOW NOW EA For more info, phone the Vo-Tech
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'T'elegraph'' : : ".

Thursday,September 11,1986 The Lake Region\ Monitor The Union County Times

B Section

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Recently amended state child labor laws could pose problems to local, area employers I

ByMarkFriedlin work long hours at night in additionto the week suffer in school because of high school, or any minor within the most serious of hardships in which result in misdemeanor charges be-
BCT Staff Writer doing their school work," com it." age restriciotns who holds a written the income of the student was soley ing filed which could be punished bya
The new Child Labor Law passed mented Bradford School Superintendent The most important provision of exemption issued by the school responsible for the welfare of the fine not to exceed$500 or 60 days in M
last session by the Florida Jim Duncan when his office the new law states that no minor 17 superintendent, or any minor who family in which the parents were jail or both,depending on the severity
Legislature will have a big impacton received copies of the new law. years of age or younger may be qualifies under an "economic hard- either absent or injured an unable to of the violation.
the way employers in the area employed "or suffered" to work in ship" exemption."There work for themselves." The law further l states that no per-
structure their minor ageemployees' "There are always the exceptional ar.y gainful occupation for more has only been one or two Duncan said work permits for son under 18 years of age, whether
work hours. students who are truly able to do than six consecutive days in one exemptions to the law given here In minors would not be issued by his of- married or single,will be permittedto
"The new law is a response to what amounts to two, full-time jobsat week, more than 30 hours in one many years," the Superintendent work in an establishment or any
studies which have shown direct and once but it has been shown that week or more than 10 hours in any said. "This would only be under the fice.Violations of the new law can
detrimental effects on the academic they are a rare breed. Most students one day. See Pall 3
performance of students who also who have to work long hours during The provision also places time -
limits on the actual hours of work for
minors even if the 30-hour limit is
COU POM ;COU PONE; ICOUPOMt not exceeded, a provision that may
affect area agricultural workers and bake5peare

PIZZA their employers.The .
VITO'S provision states that no minor

c LOS Edwards Road Starke;Florida under to work 17 years before of age 5 a.m.shall or be after allowed 12- .:..:.. JJv; e:.. ,'from" :SFCC, :

midnight when school is scheduledfor
For Fail Take-Out the following day. There are ad-
ditional restrictions for students age
15 and under. One of American's top i
The new law states that no minor Shakespearean companies will pre-
age 15 or under may be permitted to 'sent "Men and Women of
9645509HOURS work before 6:30: a.m.or after 9 p.m. Shakespeare" this ever.ing, Sept. 11
when school is scheduled for the at 8 p.m. as the opening perfor- I
following day. No minor 15 years of .mance of the 1986 Santa Fe Com-
Sun Thurt 11:00-10:00: : age or younger who is not enrolled in munity College Fall Festival of the
Fri' & Sal 11:00.12.00: a vocatinal education program can Performing Arts. The stage of the mlwe & y J QZtirulfit IlqJ Qtytotrc
for than four Starke Woman's Club will be the set-
be employed more
when school is in ting for the exciting two-hour pro-
hours on any day
Back To School SpecialBuy session, unless there is no school in gram featuring highlights of scenes,
session on the following day. songs, and soliloquies from 15 plays Vi
that local and and works of William Shakespeare.
One Large 18" Pizza "This is something
area employees need to take a close The South Carolina Repertory
look at as soon as possible," Super- Company is composed of outstanding -
tindent Duncan said. "Many professional actors with
FREE employers will need to restructure lengthy credits from the Broadway
Get One
; their work hours for their' stage, films and television.The .
: The restrictions don't
empoyees. but that pro ram should be a delight to Shakespearean roles on stage (with appeared on television in Macbethall
for Summer jobs, now
Small 12" Cheese Pizza apply school has started we would like to especially anyone with even a the_ American Shakespearean (as well as Gilli an's Island). He
have in compliance with passing knowledge of Festival and the Oregon directs for television (Gimme a
Good thru 15 1986On the law everyone as soon as possible." Shakespearean highlights.. Sonnets Shakespearean Festival) and has Break and Simon and Simon), and
Coupon Sept. The new hour limits in the recently include "Shall I compare thee to a he is the voice for over 400
Mon. Tues. & Wed. Only psssed law do not apply to minors summer's ," andHamlet'"Let meadvice not to characters in cartoons on Saturday
during holiday and Summer vacations the marriage of true minds. Soliloquies morning television.
Sorry No Delivery but are applicable during all includeday to the
The cast also includes WilliamKilroy
players, Antony's famous "Friends, !
regular school session days.They do
Call Ins and Pick Upcoupon Romans,Countrymen," from Julius who has appeared innumerous
not apply to any minor 16 or 17 years films and has starred in
Cesar,and scenes from As You Like
of who have graduated from
/ ; rcoupoNi : COUPON:: icou, age It, Henry V, Richard II, Richard III, productions of Hamlet and The King
Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, The I and 1. Lisa Bankey has played roles
Taming of the Shrew, and The as diverse Rosalind in As You
Tempest Like It and Diane on the ABC soap
I Vie cast includes noted Broadway played Romeo in Romeo and \ t8aordlrector
/ Milton Dickson-who 'as well as Simon Warfleld on One
has appeared in nine Broadway. Life to Live.
shows,. including Sweet Bird of After the performance the Starke
NORMAN'SAr.NllrT Youth and A Man for All Seasons.lie' "Alas, poor Yorick" Woman's Club will host a receptIOnhas
played all the great for the audience and actors.


1 U.S. 301 SOUTH STARKE 964-6071 (.

Tony & Christine

Want You to Look Good!
FRESH 4 39 Festival
FM. PK. .
/ Ib. Limit 2 bgs Perms Including Haircut .. .. .. . .. . . . 25.00

-, '7 GROUNDBEEF BONELESS CHUCKROAST Frsh Cut Family Pak Frostings .. . . . . .. ... . . .. $15.00
office setA
Leg "7& Id4lh die ttd4f fotnfff$ '''''4''

99(: Ib.49C 118 S. Thompson St. In Merle Norman Bldn. 964-4151
lb. ] 69117 1/rS. local office for the Starke
Festival of the Arts to be held here
OctOi/tJk 17-18 will open Monday,
y Sept. 15 in the Kendall building next
door to Williams Jewelry. Hours will
Save 2000on be Monday,Wednesday,and Friday,
from 9 till 2. Starting October 6 the
l office will be open on a full time-
I basis through the Festival.! Phone
I ALL TOPSIN 964-7554.
Applications are still being accepted -
CENTER CUT CHUCK SHOULDER SHOULDERROAST from artists and craftspeoplein
OUR STORELong the area wishing to have displaysin
STEAK ROAST STEAK all two and three dimensional:
media. Applications for exhibit
space may be made through Friday,
189 209 199 219lb. Shirts Sept. 12, at the Starke Chamber of
lb. lb. lb. Commerce. r
o SweatersBlouses
Scuppernong Large Fresh.Green Freeman Register III, chairmanof
the Purchase Awards Committee

Grapes Fresh Produce Onions says that response to contributing
funds for the purchase of art from
00lb. Light Weight Jackets exhibitors has been very good, with
(: 1 $5,000 contributed by local
99 Bunches businesses to date. Tax exempt con-
t tributions from businesses and In-
""' Red Bliss Size APotatoes 452 N. Temple A,.. dividuals are still being accepted,
Green Crisp Calif.Broccoli. Across from High School
Register said,and may be mailed or
VISA MC Ly.w.y
# delivered to the Chamber of Com
merce office.Response .

99(: / ,i'Y'r71 Y" 19 t* : 0 has also been good from
i Ib.
Bunch t civic groups who will operate con-
cessions in the SFCC Starke Center
Fresh Picked Med. -. 1sr'w S.C. Crimson Sweet parking lot during the two dayi of
r e' the festival along Call Street. Food
Yel Squash Watermelons2n concessions will be operated by the
Starke Rotary Club, Kiwanis Club,

(:: Farm Fresh! 2 4-9 / Alumni Bradford Assn.Hospital, the Starke Auxiliary Woman's BUS

lb. 22 Ib avg. ea. A Club, and Junior Woman's Club.
More entertainment features ate
( needed, including music groups

c> Fresh Cedar BayOysters $ *fl ', 9 9 Must Bring Ad-To SAVE!!! If4 choruses theatrical, dance performers.teams,Those and

e rfember ...... ... ... bushel' '. .\ wishing local to office.participate may contactthe

Jumbo Sea Extra Large
Over 79( arts ar.d crafts exhibitors
Sea TroutFilets RockShrimp have already contracted for space! I ,
ervangs Scallops -'o'- and more are expected before the
;, OPEN 10 am-I pm
5" 99 299 1 MondaySatunUyPHOM
on Seafood lb. lb. M4-S772 ,

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1''lft Y IISKITION: September 11. I9HB


Canning Season. .

.. t I hI

The grapes are ready for harvest and area pickers III

have their hands full with this delightful product


troduce the Orlando grape to her After picking your grapes) you 3 cups creamed cottage cheese
vineyard this year. may want to enjoy one of Ms. Red food coloring ,
B) Anne SponholU.I-K.M Editor However, Ms. Trueblood still con- Trueblood's newest recipes: 1 andi cups graham cracker
siders the muscadine grape, whichis crumbs
It's the time of year when canning not seedless, as the cream of the GRAPE CHEESE CAKE 6 tablespoons melted butter or>
jars should be clanging and crop "Grapes are not meant to be margarine I III.
kitchen's should be filled with the eaten in the parlor,"she said. "Theyare 2 cups grape puree 14' cup sugar I. I
and out of doors is the 2 packages gelatin (unflavored)
delightful aroma of grape juice fun to eat, Sec Pa e 3
steaming on the stove. fun place to eat them." 1 cUP sugar:

Yes, the grapes are in, and you'renot
too late to fill buckets full of
muscadine cranes I>: and .pantries full
of grape jelly.
"(I'll be open through the first

many weekend of the in October other vineyards and I'm will sure be When/ Only' The Whether it's an important dinner for the boss or just a weekend cookout

too. It was a late crop this year," with your family, you want to be sure that you're serving only the Best.
said Felicity Trueblood who owns
And W-D guarantees you only the The Best..U.S.D.A. Choice Beef and

Best Will Do!t Grade 'A' Poultry. When you want the best, 'let the Beef People give it FEDER"L sr OOD

to you. U.S. Choice Beef from WlnnDlxle.IIDI "Mps




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Old-fashioned Juicer

:\Ieadowmere Farm on SR 21 in S
Opal Lilly owner of Lilly's
Vineyard in Florahome reportedthat
she is already closing her : / / / 1
vineyard. She said she had so many 0'i4P
customers this weekend that her
vineyard has few grapes left.

:Most t ol the vineyards in this area 't '
onsist t of the dark and light
muscadine grape. Unlike the bunch
grape that appropriately grows in Ju.
bunches, the Muscadine grows in
scattered groups along the vine. All
muscadines contain seeds, but there cNOicEI
!is probably no other grape that can
compare in taste to the muscadine.Most 1u
: \' in the area grow
many varieties oi muscadines, and <4 r aooN
(the t taste varies from grape to grape ...
.is I much as does site (from about the"llP I
ot a golf ball down to ordinary '. '
grape sire) and color. MAXWELL HOUSE ALL GRINDS SAVE 50C LL NOKI /!'

The enthusiasm are expenen- II I COFFEE "x WESSON OIL
the is just incredi-
ing over grape l Vvn ,
I hlf." said Dr. Mary Halbrook, assistant $ 9
prolessor for food crops at1lunda's I.LI. 31 4&oL $909
Agriculture Research BAG j BIL
(enter in Leesburg.According .
to Dr. Halbrook, a
grape held di.- will bring out 200 BEEF BONELESS
to ioo individuals compared to about ASTOR ALL GRINDSCOFFEE SAVE SicASTOR DELMONICOSTEAK
;jO) individuals for the watermelonHeld A 1 OIL
da s.Although.

a popular the table muscadine, !juice and remains wine ; $289 $ | 88oIE" VLB.MAYER
41 oi OSCAR
Hi I ipe. especially because of its eat BTl $391
I lav or. a seedless bunch grape has
lust been introduced to the market. BOLOGNA
Alter twenty years of research,
Dr John ortensen, grape
geneticest at the Leesburg
Agricultural Research Center, gave
his stamp of approval to his creation LIGHT CHUNK SAVE 13'.LIQUID HAIVIIT FIISH WD BRAND OIADI A(C4.7L..AVO.1)
Florida's first seedless bunch STARKISTTUNA C ELITEMUSHROOMS e
grapeDr 6'10-01. I-OL 99 SSe
Mortensen"Orlando"has named becausehe the CAN DETERGENT Sff SSe PNG HENS. . IB.
eedless grape All VARinilSR.C. / HARVEST FRESH
leels Central Florida will soon INICYPIOFULLQUA8T"I'ORICLO 5 SLICED FOB
become the capital of Florida's 9ge JIM DANDY 99 YELLOWONIONS 24 e ... 97
grape growing industry. COLA . 2BTL DOG ALB.$9 t& CHOPS 1
Ms Trueblood, who is! former vice RATION P . L&

Growers Association! plans to in- DRNKS. 7ge REAID.,2 $100 POT Q $100 COOKEDHAM 2 $288

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Lake Butler businessman ensures day of aviation fun for 970 Lake Butler students


It.v liT Mark Stall Krlcillin Wrilrr ;: TI Lit Man Makes School Students 'Top Guns'...
Over !HM) ) young students in Lake
lUitkr elementary schools will experience Lake! Butler
la'lIt'klllcOlIIllIIIIY/ owner Marvin Prit-
of aviation
the thrills
elicit lxught( 070 tickets to the North "'Iuridair Show
September 27 mid 28 thanks to a M in Lake City ami gave then to the students in the Union
local businessman who's heart
County school system in kindergarten through 6th
>eems to ho as big as his business. griule.(

Marvin 1'ritchett owner of Prit.ellI'll's y The air show this! >ear features! all the airplane typesseen
in Lake
Trucking Company in the motifs 'Top (,un."
Duller, purchased 970 tickets to the Above) I'nionCoimlv School Superintendent Jimmy 1
North Florida Air Show: itself a Cason leIU( ) and l.akt'I\IIt1I'r Elementary School Principal -
charily event held each year in Lake Kugene: ( Dukes! <( City, lor the asking price of $6 each the ail-show co-founder and Columbia County Judge
and donated the entire lot to the Vernon Douglas\ ,center I.
elementary school kids in the Union
Counly system ..
Columbia County Judge Vernon
Douglas, a co-founder of the show,
said I'ritchett's gesture is doubly appreciated
by those incharge of the ; Retirement PlanningTax
show and the student themselves.
t )
"What Mr. Pritchett has done this ,n nn u., ,, ,I. PlanningEstate

year is really a wonderful! thing for
I these kids," Judge Doaglastold the Planning

Telegraph.. "This not only exposes agroup --'-........y.
ot students to the avia-
young t ,.
I fan experience: but it also helps the Richard J, DeVoe

airshow and helps the community at a S.E.CRegistered Investment Advisor
the same time. We really 25 East Mail Street
probably -.
it. The pilots will
preciate!i e inspired to put on one of their best 1 I Lake Butler, FL 32054
shows ever."

Judge Douglas founded the show One Hour FREEConsultation
six years ago with his brother Marshal -

and pilot Hay Sessions The Opening ceremonies begin Sept. military aircraft ranging from vin- COMMISSARYFOOD
t show grew so much over the years World War II t and STORESR
27th at t:30: p.m. and anyone interested tage fighters
t that the Florida State Legislature in aviation should be on bombers all the way to the latest 225 at US 301 Lawtey i 1\
designated it as the official air show hand early because the show has a combat jets of the U.S. Air Force 782-3017
of the stale in 1984. Beginning with a and will be the Black Hawks
packed schedule! which promises! to Navy,
turntable donation of $1,000 in the be one of the most exciting yet. Aerobatic team shown in the picture Bones . . ea.1 .98
first the show is to
year with this artical.
Some of the acts in
take in over $50,000 in 1986.! the show. which top will appearing also feature See Page 413 Ribeyes . . . ea. 69
"The pilots are all volunteers who Center Cut *
want to du their part! for charity." Pork CHOPS . . ea.49 Call
Judge Douglas said. "We donate Boneless
close to KM) percent of the money we Chuck Steak . .1t!. 1.89LitraLarge for
take in right back to charity withvery rn, Appointment
little overhead, thanks to the Eggs . . . flat2.29Ground
volunteers and the city officials who 496-1384
donate the use of the airport. It's dt osa Chuck . lb.
turned into an exciting experiencefor Tax A Deposit
everyone involved.' Coke . . .. 1&oz btl.B pk. 189 I
The t show is a annual highlight fora ; long neck plus tax deposit 269
number of skilled private pilots in Budweiser . bUs. B pk.
the urea who t show off their skills in MiiiiMtriill We Accept Food Stamps
front of the big crowds performing --

death-defying levels which bring aerobatics gasps of admiration at low- Family Designer Shoes FTusTESt

from the big crowds which
usually overflow the fields at the rSKOL BACARDIPUERTO
wherethe g L.A. Gear Candles
Lake City Municipal Airport efydaY
show is held.Child patio Values Nina 9 West -OR-
Every <
lo rum
L up FE'
s45 Gloria Vanderbilt Clao VODKA

Labor Bradford Square 417 Edwards Road Starke &\'l IIi1I i.75 59 2 LITER ot. ,,. 1 pARx LITER 33.802. &LIGHT DARK

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loom P'tge.l! I Ipkice
59,50 95.00
4rfJWVufiKIibIfc; $ Keveruges are
sold.. An exception in the Florida '\ 1; iQ.JAI./! : Q'

work Beverage in "hona law permits tide foodserviee minors to a I a / lOu dJ 1ncent5'w ;

establishments" in which alcoholicbeverages .
/. &l (
are sold and which have a ( oRl l1'geLITER '

rc'gihtl''l'tlI'itlt'n training program i faxesfrom r t
if they are either 17 years of age or KENTUCKY
over, or are high school graduates ol Meant \ 33.8 OZ. BOURBON
any age! or Kith, 11th or 12th grade H&R Block.I -- 1.75
students with the written permission I 699 51.2 LITER ot. _
ol their school :principals.

'mployees! who are exempted America's Finest Income Tax Course 259 t _\\
under this J provision may not participate EASE

in the handling, J preparation Learning income taxes now could offer you moneymaking OF 12
sale or service of the alcoholicbeverages opportunities and save you money on your return at tax time. .. 83.00 "
and their training must r* -_
!b> of the nature that will provide Morning, afternoon, evening classes ; y OF 6 1

them with training and knowledgethat Reasonable Course Fee Classes begin Sept. 3 74,75 t .;

might lead in them the to food further service advancement Send for more Information today or call nowt!

business.! The written training program Send for more information today or call now!

must: he registered with the - Contact our nearest office. - < PRICES EFFECTIVE BEGINNING -_
Florida Hospitality Education Pro- r ,
gram, Division of Hotels and *BLOCK THURSDAY SEPT. lllh. THRU

Restaurants, Department of 'I' I II'f WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17th.
The St. Johns
Business Regulation
Building, Room 20B, 725 South 964 N. Temple Ave. .

Florida Kronough, :32301.Street, Tallahassee, i iI Starke, Fla. 32091 1 i"--I\ \\\W\ &:

Any t'mployt'rlith\ further ques- iI I 964.8286 or 528.2551 1 1I
turns on the new law can write: Ms,
Betty Smith Administrative Assistant I I II' __

Child Labor Section, Bureau of Please: send me free information about your tax preparation course.
Agricultural!( Programs, Division olLiihor I I
Employment and Training, Name'
214 North Duval Street P.O. Box I : I
iwm!'! Tallahassee, Fl. :WM2.: Address .

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Grapes... 1.. _ _ _ ..

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Prepare Grape Puree as follows:
r/r/ Avenue Starke
Wash and de-stem grapes. Crush U.S. 301 Temple
enough grapes to provide juice in the YJ sp 964-6436 YIELD V.
bottom of the cooking vessel. Remaining DdOla\) Vacation Specials on THE KEYS
:: moo
be crushed
grapes may G Wilts ,,
more easily after they are hot. Heat \ Multi Mile Polyester DRINKING
grapes for 8 to 10 minutes at low ae
Glass BeltedRoad p' LORD
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temperature (not over 180 degrees) j8ale
to loosen skins. Do not boil. Put Hazard Warranty CALVERT
through a food mill or wide-meshed
strainer. Discard skins and seeds. 163-SOD-13 . . 25.00 P183-SOR-13 , 33.00'' CALIFORNIA Lord of the

The remaining product is the puree. P183-80D-13 . . 27.00 P1I3-75R-14 , . 31.00 Canadians
Soften gelatin in one half cup P193-80B-M . . 30.00 P193-75R-14 . .. 38.00 COOLER '

puree. P209-7SB-14 . . 32.00 P205-75R-1 . . "0.00P22575B.n 750 ML. I '
Heat mixture remaining and puree sugar. and Stir until add . . 38.00 P223-73R-13 . 45.00 SINGLE 95.;..". 2S.40I. TARO

gelatin dissolved. Allow mixture to cool P213-75B-13 . . 35.00 P23575R.157.00
slightly. Beat cottage cheese until P223-75B-U . .. 38.00 4-PAK 599 vESr i
creamy using electric mixer at high P233-75B-13 37.00 4.00 Balance Each
mixture and
speed. Add gelatin Summer 349 CASE
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several drops! of a i
Mix until all ingredients are ofcreamy --BRAKE or Rear Hunting 71.00

electric consistency.If blender. is used, place service 4499 Season _

collage cheese gelatin mixture and
red coloring in blender. Blend at Replace pads or shoes; resurface drums or _
high until mixture is creamy. rotors; pack bearings; bleed & adjust; roadPower Cat Traction
I mixture into.graham begins to test most American cars & trucks. Metallic 10-13 .. '. .' . '&5 00 rL MASON
thicken and pour parts extra when required._ .70'00 '
i cracker crust. """"' ;
Crust: Combine graham cracker NO HIDDEN COSTS ON OUR REPAIRS 12-13. .... .. ... 2.00 _
I crumbs, sugar and melted butter. RES., LIGHT Ac L.A. Budweiser CALIFORNIA
half of crumb mixture. Front End Alignment C..b" lpM ClubM.Hrun a.dy
Save one cup
... MASSON; ..
U OE. CANS 11 .Iq" PAUL ft gutor MOM.Light Ro
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the palm of the hand against the bottom manufacturers spec. Inspect suspension ft i White Spoke ; MX| OR MATCH;
I and sides of pan to form a shell. steering system. For most American cars. 5 ( A CASE Of' 4
: 269
Hake crust in 375 degree oven for 15 Front wheel drive vehicles and Chevettes Wheels :: 599 23.00
and fill
Chill crust
minutes extra. Parts extra. *. 935 *26'B i
"' 11'\'"'' grape mixture. 1 L .hgb.oil
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I Black Hawks Golden Knight jumpers highlight N.. Fla. air show

II Inn IIgt' ::1 the!show. Without Department ol but Association! ( of Retarded Citizens Gates at the show open at U a.m. on morning to take a close look at the with an adult. Advance tickets are$4
I hi' Black Hawks are a four-ship, )Defense the !show could not havesurvived and Happy House Child Care to remain both days but the show does not vintage and "warbird" aircraft. each :and weekend passes are $7. If
,diamond lormution group sp"l'mllz- produced the thousands in operation to meet the needs begin until 1:30: p.m.; however you Also there will be plenty of pre-food you wish to order by mail, write "Air
ing: in rolls: :spins an(111x,1)s. They My of dollars necessary for the Colum- ot lln-ir clients! may want to be on hand curly in the ante-tainment, plenty of food concessions Show Tickets", P.O. Box 1736 Lake

the .iinu/.ing 1'1 It's Specials, planes ,. ........i*...,'V' :*("' ".+ t r yrptC'9.''' $9tlMwl ...-.nraw to benefit local charities City, Fl. 32056-17: Include mailing
and lots
specially designedorthe maximum .. \ of souvenirs. address and ticket Information
.r Gate prices at the show are $6 desired Tickets to the evcent
per are a
II't'?: encountered during their .,. .
'"J' \person children under 12 are free non-refundable charitable donation
iii.iiiuevers l which have been the '
'i' ;111",1 "" '
highlights: of the! the many :shows ......... "" ,.:,_ ,', -,. ,.
llu>> have visited) in all parts ol the aW "" : .-1"..,
loiiiilrs :since they formed i in 1K4.!) 7 Be Wise. .

-... ........ li
...... i Shop
Also: on hand at the show will he a .. ". ..
Itimous parachuting team Irom (heI' AI.A.x ) I WISE
Stroy'/ the "Golden Knights"ho ( PRIcE-
\f are also: a group ol veterans .
\\ ith experience in air !shows all over I / :
the (US.The .. .. ... .

.. Canadian Bacardi
Golden; Knights are a ol OldThompson

\\ edit i-l.iss junipers w ho leap group out ol ,........'-.. ,* Lord ,' I Silver/ '
I lieu plane at I2,0K( ) feet altitude and Calvert "
i .111 kind on a dime. Tile members of .. "" ,- .......-..-... .. .f(:t .. Amber
I his 1'111. 1 uroup are recognized as Ihe ,eI ,."' io0";;
l west t i achuting tea the world. ,
pa LTR
,, -41' '" L
The team has won 57 National and ,' \ IAN I

eight1)rld Chamnionship lilies.Founded .J. ,j 1129 RB 99 I
1 at Fort Bragg North 7 I
Carolina. : in 1)5!) !>, the (team's K2 r+ "'., .J nampclxi l9HD arty I
members are divided into two yilK.J1! a IfALYEA( i I!
ilciniinstration: learns, two competition ........
I teams, an aviation !section and) a
headquarters| section. They hate .t. 7 I
I"-rionned more than 4.MM! ) slums .. .
.I I olilld the uurlc': since I they were ": ..
'liiiindfd.nutlier. .
..'IL.--._ !:! < : "'..t.'". .. ...... Schenley I
OldSmuggler I
\ '
(top 1I"I'lol'n1l'1''IIl'.IIII'd I I ,
... >; """" Gin Relska '
,in. appear!, at the !show I is: the "Coorssihir 1k -
Hullet". piloted by Bill ... A .,..,. '111I'" ,... 90' Vodka ,
I l.i--lio i |>, a miniature! plane powered! ---,- 1io"" --I _4) -- II I IH6.S
i'.1' jet engine one\ ol the/ :smallest! e LTR
I"I, planes in the world The ,.. LTR I II
Hullcl". which is only 12 feet long. -.- ,' ,'\.'..<0, _._, ;R9 F'I' 83f 3 I
I irapable ol some a.stoni.slung\ I .' '-.' -
ai-i-nlialici- high :speeds due to Its 669 !
'nnulue'| < ciuil mural ion.

1I1.l1op t'nterlnos. : : the crowd in btu ............/- !
1\ a\ >- luring/ his (Ilight he narrates -- -
the/ how himsHI: Irom a radio !set -- .'"

piped| through (he public address .',1' .... ..
.Mem" on (he/ ground while living. ... .. ,
)For many ol those in the audience, ,... '>rfIT'' ', 301 Liquors &
loft ('\(1. the thrill ol the :show, will '. Lounge
., .:.o:
In- the chance to take close look at '"
a !
1 Mile North of Slarke on I Hw\ 301) I
'the fascinating. collection' ot' militarynrcralt .
mack Hanks So... ...
on display at the held' withMlir OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK -
This > l .ilir train 01'l call die Air 1"1111lhidl also li-atini-s niilitury vintage war-
-u displays! and bee, m-the-air precision iii n> > fixers are
,demonstrations I of the capabilities ollliCM1 "({lack; ll.iwks" and will performing' / (heir death d,.- birds on !static lispli. and sk>dh('I'S. PACKACI: ?: STOHK & I.OUNCK!: : 'Inh
I iiiiwerl'ul. planes.A : fill, /( !stunts I lor, a higt-rowil :il (die Inwual\oMhMerida: The show's proceeds/( (10 charities.Bill's ,

I' S Air Force F-1H Falcon

lighter( I is :scheduled put on Hying: "
lU'inonsiration at the show, and lake
It Irom this writer, this would 1 beunilh
t the price ol admission: .it 1)110.) C.R. Radios
The F-lti was an experimental Electronic & Commumcotinnb
model 'for the USAF that utilued 964-6891101 B Edwards Rood
lightweight, space-age materialslike
Don Wait Until the Lost Minute to get Your Rodiol,
litainmm in its construction: to
reduce drag and improve Special Frequencies, Etc
iloglighting performanceII

,'ol1c"pl'lI'kl'd so well that Ihe
pinsers-tnal-be" put the plane into
!production( which when included
with a huge order ol over 1,200: ( )
planes from the United States NATOallies ; !
,, made it one ol the most! suc I
ctssful! designs! inthe history. ol the } :
( ioiifi-.il. Dynamics Company.The 1-u-i'B rt

plane is one ot the first: f

military ..Il'tsI Ic's engml':thrust. is
( '
Iwo and half times more. powerful fr
Dial its! weight, making (it capable it .
.I i range of nigh-G turns out possible lust about everyconceivabl9
w ilh earlier lighers. model,
size, and style heaterto
/ Judge Douglas i says, (he United match any need.
Stales military forces have made a

major contribution to the success of SAS w r r

roc O ,, 'y r'r

Lake man arrested Butler t EWALI, -HEATERS HEATERS_ RADIANT SPACE HEATERS fRONT : fvllgO&8

-e a

for taking beer -r IEf"RNACES t socks.py1e.
6 or boys, s

Thomas: Edward Smith ot Lake FLOOR CAS LDGS -a tube socks.v .

Under was arrested! on Sept o by the FOR FIREPLACES! v
I I'nion County Shenll's Departmentand
charged with the burglary of a with clean safe
Save to
Worthington! Springs. gas i station and up ,

!market: gas heat compared to electric

Arresting! officers Larry Cochran resistant heat. .
and Garry Seay reported that the
department.. received a call at 4:52a : ASSORTED -
in that Skip's Petroleum in Wor- Vanguard Dearborn + ; t GATHERED
Ihmgton Springs had been robbed ? a ;

Olhcers that the front ._
door had been reported busted out by a large 15,000 BTU 35,000 to 65,000 BTU i _VtAJ\ towels In pants f .yr { / Regularly 5.99.I .
I Extra
solids, absorbent or
or nt.
piece was no one I toddler sizes.
in the building when officers arrived IPtlIdI1HIAWtptllll dI6
but the area behind the cash SO
register: appeared to have been rar.- "
sacked and the door to the beer f '1 p :J

( ooler was open. \\\\\W" I
; und pun ,
Thomas K. Smith was lound passed : i
out in a truck in the parking lot. m j '
Glass: of the same type as the broken ILLllll '. ( IY
door was found in the seat of the l 'w J i t \
tuck( and on the floor board. i \
ductwork or
Requires no Pilot, Light r t I t' I
Morris chimney ThermostatRadiants w" 8 ROLL
Skips Petroleum owner Heater be free standing, '
Brawn .reported approximatelyeight may ailnii BATH TISSUE
!six-packs of beer missing and wall-mounted or floor-mounted 3-Speed Blower/, Reg. 199.
with optional base 8 ROLLS Two ply.Rep. .
empty beer bottles and can of the DETERGENT 4 rY
same I type brand were found in the (Manufacturer Irregular In Finish) Priced from To 1.39.
(ruck.Passerby. Asst. laundry I tl

detergent ___
: Steve Kollin !s reported $148
touting: i)y Skip's at 3 a.m. and seeing .

nothing amiss except a white CALL NOW FOR IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION _
male identified as Smith passejl out .
under the wheels of a truck at the intersection 7 P S
I ol SK-121 and SK 18. Roll Sewe F e e vtaq With ejg.SAWYE.Sg w PPy{ e

ings reported that he pushed the ?
(tack out of the road and into the I & 1

parking.. /( lot at Skip's. 7 t 1

snob was released on his own ,
recogin/ance\ provided he: I 1) Contact -
authorities for alcoholic Prices Good Al All Family Dollar Stores
i \alualiiin( -!> I Does not .mil ,li\> out i,; ..tI'K. On Some Items. No Sales To Dealers .

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I Obituaries : I

Fred Smith belore moving to Alachua thl.t'Yl'aI'S I lIodges, Staike & Louvema Gl.mce, .'o!>ia DurlcncDuvisMis Thursday, September I 11 I, I'Hlf! ;at 2:00 delating, Archie Tupi'T, KurirnilHome
Mr. (Fred Smith 72 of ago he was a professional I'alatka; throe sons, Wayne' Crews, I
Lawtey .
,' Josia !Darlene !Davis, in ul l jwley Cemetery; in Lawley ol Slcirke is in charge nl' ,11rangenrKnls ,
died I Thursday morning, September" land surveyor and owned the Wauchula, 101., Joey & Sinclair Slarke died the Itev.'I'erry Cunibrrlonrl" ; .
4, Wlltl I! at his home following an extended William I D. I'.iirish land Surveying" Crews, Slai'ke; three brothers, Kay 1"III'lda( Monday at,, Sro I'u" f>
C'o. ol Gainesville bel Hell Slarke Itl'gillllalllll"IJlla(
illness ore reining Irvui Bell, Gainesville burl
Mr. Smith was born In I awtey on seven years ago. I'I'illl'lo (Ins he was & Lawrence Hell, Tennessee; loin" a i illness
Novemln-r 21, I9U.: A lifetime resident employed with the( t'erry l'. Mdil'ill sisters, Malx1! Sellers, Curry Grilles ('nu Mrs'" I)avis was horn and Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm
ol iwlcy l he ran his own Co. iind (he City ol Gainesville lie & Krlen Tyler, Staike & Marilyn uuedli i, Oil and Cha II a
business as a concrete contractorand served in the II,S. Civil Service as was a Deacon al St. Johns Mis land surveyor in I he South Pacilicdm grandchildren & nineteen grt'al.grandchildJ''n. homemaker years ago. She held'I 24th Street, follow signs or
sionary Bllplisllhurch. 'ing and alter the Korean Coal h.'tuml ** and a member" ol
Survivors include his wile, Mrs., spent one year in I the Panama Funeral services were, held Saturday lir.ullord. Baptist Church. Call 964-7109 & We will assist you Tues. thru Sat 10-5:30
True Love Smith; one daughter, Canal Zone with the U.S. Aimy. lie September 6, IIM!)/ in Evergreen Miss Survivors" include two
Jacqueline Richburg, Dallas, TX; was a member ol the Society ol Pi'o"- Baptist Church in l-iwley with Rev .l.inie Mario Davis and Dwarf Azaleas 4
April Lynn !Davis ol Colors
two sisters Rev. Alma Mitchell and fl'ssionall'lml Surveyors and wan ,i James Saunders & Itcv. Charles Staike.; "
Altemese Johnson, Jacksonville, member ol (he Chinch ol Christ In Starling conducting the services mother, Vera, Todd; one "11 DAY LILIES -
Penny Ann Clews '
FL; two brothers,Alfred and Hubert Alachua Burial was in Ijiwlcy Cemeteiyunder ; one
Smith New Jersey; one grandson. Survivors include his wile, Mrs. direction ol Jones Funeral Gene LeRoy Todd, all ol Starkeiraveside /
Funeral services will be held Aileen Daniels( Pa rush ol Alachua.; Home inSUnke. (;" services will be. All Nature Sings ttj f esuvfi1QVA
two sons, David I D. Pairish, ol '.
Saturday,September U: 1986 at 1::00 b
p.m. at St. John's Missionary Baptist Alachua and Kevin I D. Parrish ol Vernon Hay Buff -
Church in Lawty with Rev. Gainesville; two brothers, Leon S.Parrish. Mr. Vernon Ray Bull, 22, ol
Willie HuJ"l'man conducting the ser Lake Butler and G. W. Par Keystone Heights, died Saturday.
vices. Burial will be in Pcetsville rish, Providence; three sisters, Mrs. September 6, 1986 in Shands
Cemetery under the direction of Virgie Brogdon, Mrs Bernice Teaching Hospital in Gainesville
Haile Funeral Home. Suggs, and Mrs It. Joyce Redding, Following a long illness.
all ol Lake Butler, eight nephewsand Born in Starke on May 12, l4! ,
In Loving MemoryIn six nieces.. Mr. Burr was a lifetime resident ol
Funeral services were held Sunday
loving memory of Jerome S. Keystone Heights.
7, IW! at the
Kelly who departed this life" September Survivors! include his parentsVernon ,
University City Church ol Christ in & Rachel Bull',
September 1, 1985. Keystone
t Deep in our hearts your memory is Gainesville with Bro. Jim Hoh"I.tsalltl Heights; two brothers Gene Coble. [ S]
IWo Gene I-Imol'l' .
kept, to love and chcrit and never officiating Keystone Heights, Randy Bull.
lorget. Burial will follow at Kl/ey Chapel( Jacksonville; three sisters, Sue _
The Family ol Jerome S.:Kelly Cemetery. near Worthington Springs Wagner, Keystone Heights, Sue e e'e ''I a ee
Archer Funeral Home ol Lake
Reed Mo
Blackaby, Springs, crr
Butler is in charge ol arrangements, Jeanne
Earl H, Johnson Jones Michigan :
Funeral services for Earl R. Jack I., Coleman Graveside services were held
Johnson, 75, of Melrose, will be held Tuesday, September 9, 19H6 at
Mr, Jack L. Coleman
ol LakeButll'r
Key;tor.e Heights Cemetery with I-
at 2 p.m Thursday, Sept. It, at the >;
died Saturday in the VA
Mr. Chuck Whisenant conducting
graveside in Keystone Heights NOW
Cemetery, with Rev. Ken Pippin 01"- lness.Hospital in Lake City alter a brief il the services. Jones Funeral Home ol I
l' cia Keystone was in charge 01"ai' .:
ling lie was born in Pineville, West rangements. at 1985 Prices
Mr. Johnson died Monday, Sept. 8, Virginia and lived in Union Cot...\ity
in Bradford Hospital after a short illness -
for the last 18 years. He was a Gary William Ford
He born in Roan Mountain
was Medical Technician at the Union
Tenn., May 18, 1911, tnd was a Correctional Institute Kailord Hewas Mr. Gary William Ford, 8:1: died WE SERVICE ALL TOYOSTOVEAND
retired carpenter and a Veteran. lie an Air" Force Veteran, and a Thursday, September 4, 1'JHB at hi,
was a member of the Church ot God member ol the ,Fellowship Baptist residence in Hampton following a KEROSUN HEATERS
in Faith. Church at Railord. brief illness.
Survivors are his widow, Evelyn Survivors include his wile, Mr. Ford was born and raised in
Miller Johnson, and two daughters, Katherine Scott Coleman ol Lake Lake City and moved to Hampton OL\
Faye Roberson, Melrose, and Sue Butler; several nieces and nc-phews. about twenty years ago. He wa a
Roberson, rtutherfordton, N.C.; four Funeral services were held retired farmer and. a member ol the ono
sons Buddy and Bobby Johnson, Wednesday morning in the Baptist Faith.Survivors .
Melrose; Steve Johnson, Newport, Fellowship Baptist Church otRailord include one brother ,
Tenn., and Jimmy Johnson, Roan with Rev Robert Register John Ford, Hampton; several nieces: -
Mountain, Tenn.; three brothers, olliciating. Burial was in DekleCemetery and nephews. KERQSUM "dkt-lRr ::1
Wilt, Elmer, and Dayton Johnson, in Lake Butler under the Funeral services were held Saturday
Roan Mountain; three sisters Pearl direction ol Archer,,'unt'l'alllome)1 September 6, 191J6 at the Siloam
Johnson, Roan Mountain; Ceni, of Lake Butler. Methodist Church in Lake City with
Cordell N.C., and Valley Brown, Hev Lewis Daniel olliciating. Ar-
Roan Mountain; 15 grandchildrenand l\nnit'l\I&1e; Crews chie Tanner Funeral Home was in

two great-grandchildren. Mrs. Annie Mae Crews, 71, ol charge ol arrangements
Interment was in Keystone Lawtey, died Thursday, September -- --- --
Heights Cemetery with Jones 4, 1986 in Alachua General: Hospitalin
Funeral Home in charge. Gainesville following a short illness 1---
uct obit William David"Bill" Born in Lulu, Fla, on August 14, .
1915, Mrs. Crews" was a member ol
Parrish Evergreen Baptist Church and a ,
Mr. William David "Bill" Parrish, homemaker .
57, of Alachua, died Thursday, Survivors include her mother,
.. September 4, 1986 at his residence Mrs Alma( Biggs of Lawtey, live
following a sudden illness. daughters, Alma Padgett, Lawtey, TheCostOf
i -' Mr. Parrish .",as born In. La&Ire- ,Annie'-Lee SmitM' Kmgsley Lake, '
Butler and lived in Gainesville Shirley' Padgett. 'M I,(VI lip,'Curolyn """

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I 12 Defendants Receive Final' Disposition in Traffic Court ',


The following defendants! appeared Thompson pled guilty driving Dewayne H. Debarr pled guilty months. suspended six months, must attend days served placed on court proba
in Bradford County Tratlie- while intoxicated (OWI/DUI); must withholding information to obtain Misdemeanor Court DWI school 50 hours communitywork tion until Jan. 1J, 1987 fined $200.
Criminal Court Sept 2 before Judge attend DWI school license suspended driver's license; fined $105.75. Willie C. Jenkins pled guilty one year Salvation Army Frank Brown pled no contest
George Pierce. Their cases received six months, I med $362.50, 50 hours Jet fel'V J. Hill pled no contest leaving disorderly intoxication, trespass supervision. criminal mischief; 30 days court

the lolloping disposition. community work. scene of accident; case dismissed after warning; given 60 days court Prescott charged with failure to probation, violate no laws, pay $35
Kimberly B Baker pled guilty probation, must stay away from victim drive in single lane and violation of court costs.
Joe :Muldlftrm pled guilty driving DWLS; produced valid license pay Michael A. Anderson pled guiltyno and fined $100.75. right of way; cases dismissed,
while license suspended (DWLS) ; $50 costs! tag; fined 10075. Robert D. Godwin pled guilty Im- John D, Campbell pled guilty Richard Dwayne Tyler pled guilty
must produce valid license and pay Kimberly A. Kimberly pled guiltyno Jessie Ortega pled guilty NVDL; proper lifesaving device; case failure to drive within lane; lined battery; given 60 days court proba-
$50 or pay $105.75Middleton tag; produced valid registration fined $100.75.Hobert dismissed $42 Salvation Army supervision. tion violate no laws no contact with
pled guilty careless pay $25. L. Koser pled guilty no Darrell D. Crews pled guilty to Campbell pled guilty DWI; fined victim, pay $50 court costs.
driving; lined $42. Margaret. UK hie pled no contest tag; fined $100.75. failure to carry and exhibit fishing $362 one year Salvation Army Richard Bridgeman pled guilty
Karen M Thompson pled no contest DWLS; produced valid license case John D Crawford pled guilty no license; produce valid license and supervision, licence suspended six exposure of sexual organs; placed
no valid driver license NVDL( )) ; dismissed tag; fined $100.75. pay $25 or pay $100.75. months, attend DWI school. on six months court probation at
I lined $105.75.Thmp Richie pled no contest expired James H Dean pled guilty DWI; Douglas J. Prescott pled no con Ricky Cook pled no contest dispos- tend Bradford Union Guidance
on plod no contest giving driver license produced valid fined $625 license suspended nine test to DWI, ing of property under lien; sentenc- Clinic, violate no laws, pay $50 court
lake mloi'illation! must write a 5UO license, ordered to pay $25 court months must attend DWI school, imeu IIJbt: license rot tn inn ,lava In tail with crpriit 2)2: costs.
word essay costs. Salvation Army supervision nine

I News Briefs Penultimate \\ (/ /" )

HSVFD Report church auditorium a.m. Labor Day, the agricultural inspection Pencils.
Firelighters Irom (HSVFD along officer found 523 pounds of
Eleven Calls with firelighters from Union Correc- cocaine with an estimated street Outrageous '
During AugustThe tional Institution and LWCI returnedto value of nearly $80 million.
the scene at 11:40 a.m. to extinguish The trailer was hauling a Offer. I
Ik'ilbron Springs Volunteer some smoldering hot spots. Mercedes-Benz 350SL convertible
Km1 Dl'poartnwnt responded toilfVfii Aug 27 at 755; a.m. firelighters equipped with a personal telephone. Yw .
calls during the month of answered a call to the public gar- Boxes stacked in front of the car
August, according to Lt. Joseph A. bage dumpster on CH-2.29 The lire were opened and the inspector immediately -
Dobson Seven were structure fires was quickly extinguished. called the Suwannee ,1.
one was a woods/brush I lire, two At 1:47: p.m. I IISVFD responded to County Sheriff's Department when For Lips. For 'S.- 1J?,
(dumpster! fires and one vehicle accident the area ol NW 37th and 29th Ave toa he determined what the boxes con. Eyes. Our ColorComplements ) .

woods fire. A forestry unit was! on tained. .... ,I
Aug. I at 2:47: a.m. firelighters the scene to control the lire and keptit The inspector also found a loaded Offer For Fall. ::>ht<
answered a call lor mutual aide from spreading 38 caliber pistol and a long knife in J., A A .
assistance to Late> and LWCI fire At 9:59: p.m. Tanker 43 respondedto the possession: of Willie Calvin From August 10 .' ,
departments on a structure. lire call the Lincoln City area to a possible Williams of Auburn Washington through September!
at lJo: 611 Ave. and CH-2ouB. Upon arrival structure fire behind the mill. QK-10 the driver of the
Inclighterstianslerredneededwater was first to arrive and advised that rig. 30, these four .
Williams is held
on charges -
I I'lln Tanker 43 to the Lawtey only trash was burning of of color
possession trafficking in more
units The I lire was contained to a Aug 20 a trailic accident requ.-ed than 400 of pencilsWarmRose J.coordinated
grams cocaine, posses-
double wide the transporting of three patients
trailer! was extensively sion of stolen firearm
a possessionof Cerise,
damagedAug Starke firelighters were called to
HSVFD assist with extrication a firearm during commission of a Goldspice, Slate-
5 at 7:1J:: p m felony and possession of a firearmby -' .
assisted the :New; River Volunteers Aug. ::10 at 7:45: a.m. fireunits were a convicted felon. Total bond was a $27 value, are /
on a possible structure lire at the dispatched to the dumpster on st.t at $1.3 million for /
only $1.50 J
Kenney residence on :\I52 St No CK-229 Fire was quickly extinguish yours Woman to
lire was I found but insulation in the ed. County Sheriff Robert with a $12 min
Leonard IJ
and several Drug Enforce
attic area was :smoldering afterlightl'ning imumpurchaseof R
Cocaine SeizedAt ment Administration agents spent Womannbmnn'
had struck the house and '
most of Labor Day unpacking and Merle Norman 1'
caused ('I'lricalIrlng to burn. A Inspection StationMore ; t
weighing the cocaine. The DEA cosmetics
of the removed
portion ceiling was! \
than 500 pounds of almost) 100 agents said the drug was almost 100( .
and extinguished. QK-10 also
seized at per cent and valued it at $16.25 Bring this ad to Merle
responder percent pure cocaine was a pure Norman Cosmetic Studio./ Limit one per customer, while supplies last.
road guard station on 1.10 west of million, with an estimated street
I lesponded Aug. 8 to at the 9:16: Holmes[ p.m.residence HSVFD Live Oak early Sept. 1, according to value five times as much. MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIO
Commissioner of Suwannee County officers
Agriculture Doyle con
alter the occupants had called and Conner fiscated the rig valued at $95,000 118 S. Thompson Street Starke 964-7355
reported smoke coming from an air- Conner said when the almost-new with only 6,000 miles on the
conditioning unit I'pon' arrival itwas
Kenwoith actor-trailer rig pulled odometer and the Mercedes valuedat
determined that the electrical
: into the inspection station at 4:25: $ IOOO. along with the cocaine.
s stem: had shorted and burned out.No .

damage! or injuries!> were 1WAW TiiW
leported I.awlev: and LWCI also -
iesponded SAWYERe -

Aug. 11 dt Isj 1 :: a m luelighters
were summoned to the Uaxless .
highway Baptist Church to a structure t -
lire 'Ine building was: tully
l'ngullt'dh'n the units armed.
:New" River, Lu\\ II'V. LUCI BiookeiI'heressa .
and I Rescue 61 responded:
The Jacksonville: Red Cross
distributed, cold drinks: to the .
'InrofghtersI Met 'live hours were
m-eded to extinguish the lire which
caused the total' destruction ol the = LI


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ObituariesIda _


Hahn Perry E M
Funeral services tor :Mrs Ida a

Kahn ferry, 0:>. ol Stai ke. w ere held
September 4th at the Chapel of Archer *
Funeral Home in Lake Butler La-Z-Boy recliner prices are

j w th Kev Havtnond Baei, and Rev '' falling faster than the temperature.
ollicatinu Burial in
Hen Kl/ey Bryant Chapel (Cemeterv: was Union Now's the time to make one yourslJust

C ounty
Mrs Perry! : died September 2 in when you were thinking about

Whispering Tines! :Nursing Center relaxing indoors, along comes a sale
alter a long illness: Barn in Columbia that helps you do itf! Recliners from
County, Mrs: Perry lit i'd most of !
La-Z-Boy in exciting styles and fabrics,
her life i in Union County l: She was a ]
I homemaker and a member ol the aO o that were never easier to afford I

; First Baptist Church in Lake Butler r
Survivors include her daughter
Joyce Tucker" ot I'allahassei three
sons, Hugh Hahn and Buster liahnolStaikc
and Jack Kahn ol Lake ; 0

great-gramkhildien Placid\ ; 1:1: grandchildren, and 19 k1* i

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Card of

family ol Lei.-.a. English!
wants to thank Steve Futch ot Junes
Funeral Home and his stall for the \\i
great care in I fixing our mother & '
grandmother so pretty. 10,20UP TO 30% OFF WH"LEAEY I ltir

I Everyone; that :saw her said she

was so pretty. Steve is trustworthy. TV'S VCR'S CAMCORDERS
I I kind patienteiy willing to help ,

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make things a little when they RCA 19" COLOR TV ..# .. . . . . $278 ,I

have lost a loved one. RCA VCR'S FROM . .. . . . $293
Thanks goes out to Kosha Smith
'for fixing her hair so pretty you are RCA VIDEO CAMERAS FROM . . . $598
treasured: freind Kosha

Thank YouWe General Electric t vty

want to thank our many I
friends for all the very tasty food FAMILY SIZEWASHER
that t was bought or fixed lor our _
family and friends and the beautir.il

Mowers. She had a lot ol very \ ._ (
I beautiful flowers Irom friends that rali'1' Lft t
we have no address on to thank themor itll' l1 htl I "r y
any other way but this way. I onlyhope. 3 wash/rinse/ :

Thank they all read ol you this.Irom our hearts 1 temperature $299 $299 SALE" $349 $449
May God bless you all. SALE I SALE I I SALE I
ot Leona English combinations "
Family "The Baron" "Suburban"RecllnaRocker 'Donbury"DeclineRocker "Avenger"RecllnaRocker'R
I Recllna-Rocker'R<*clln r Recliner Recliner j II""
Card of ThanksMy Energy-saving A roomy lavlthly cuthionedllyle A hondtome sty!. that rib la'., A lonlilionollho'III>!ish and Relax on alluring contemporary
with a heodrett back, on demand Button tufted with comfortable Tufted with neat curvet. With a lucked
sister an I want to thank Dr cold water rinse podded arm and d..p Hal, plllow-soft arms and Mat. tailoring and soft cushioning back and soft cushioning.

Hernandez for the very dear care of .
our :Mom Leona Er: lish, Dr. Her
nandez;, was patient and-so Model WWA8300 FREE DELIVERY SINCE 1923' 90 Days Same As Cash,
understanding( He tried everythinghe
could to keep our Mom> comfortable DENMARKFURNITURE Credit Terms Available

and free of pain. lie was a '
great comfort just to know he was Sane E'4 ZUcrA Sara
nearby and we could call him or talk yeiwoxo 1=1 ;
to him when we thought our
was going so many times to he with 1-// U-, W. Call Street 411 W. Madison St.5oa: .... 5:30 aok .
Jeuher loved but always Atfav
ones bounced back. I' = landed till of us: and : ...
\\e\ fad! her a little longer to take
i ,nc ol & *') love on July iill>, 1986 1, '.-1' J na 1 Florida aaurtiar
,I h u> 'took her. i hiiine to he with him.
't. !Ii'!, ti,ni ,u+soared her | i -lh'l: i .sunlriXlinim. Lee ;\1.1111'I'

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};' "Art deco" plaza comes to Starke

Seeing tl.o potential for a "one- rules of a successful retail business: fashion center
stop fashion center," Robby Hidalgoof 1. Location The Deco Plaza now Includes the
Jacksonville put together the 2, Location Fashion Stop, Right Turn (men's
Deco Plaza on US-301 across from 3, Location wear), a restaurant and plans are in
Bradford High School."I Hidalgo had purchased a 220-foot the making for a shoe store, he said.
frontage along the four-lane The StarUe Fashion Stop was! the
saw the opportunity to serve the highway. Expanding on the successful third such store opened by Hidalgo.
area with popular priced clothing," lady's fashion business, he The other two are in JacksonvilleThe .. i .
Hidalgo lIald.Beginning. put together financing to remodelthe
present building and lengthenthe Starke operation after less q' r rt" "
with the Fashion Stop space in both directions.By than one year, ranks Number One in
retail' sales,
after renovating a former service using the art deco style from Hidalgo said
station, Hidalgo soon learned he had the 1930's along the expansions, he He is very pleased with his decision i. '
correctly anticipated the first three crentort ho ides! of 'I lnllp."ton to locate in Starke l ,
h ; f ; I t
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Right Turn :

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Store joins

a t ,-'4t

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new men's clothing store openedin

the Fashion Stop Mall on N. Temple '. New Plaza Opens...
Ave. July 7. This attractive now business plaza in Sturkr is popular place lor clothes! shoppers! with both and men's
In keeping with the"mall logo, it is i located on U.S. :11(11( just across from Bradford. High and uoinan's clothing shops already, place.The .
named "RieM Turn
School latest resilient in the new plaza \11'". .Mriiicliilhool.t. .
The new plaza I is dt'cCII'alt'dlnllw"Dceo" look of ( \\holll" ned the "Illght Turn" i ten's clothing
Right Turn Men's Store is in- the Iwi'niloi and thirties and li..s iilrcath lllt'III'dllllo a store.
dependently owned and operated by
Muriel Crawford Gilhooley, with her the "hottest item of the season," store.
son, Clay Gilhooley, serving in the says Muriel. Jams by Le Tigre come Right Turn Men's Store carry a
assistant manager position. Muriel in several lengths, and are per- limited line of "Dickies" work . .. -1
Gilhooley is a native of Bradford missable for school wear, providing trousers for men, and will add FLA.TWIN THEATRE r-,
County,residing in the Heilbron Spr- they are as long as the finger tips Dickies work shirts in the autumn. .. ,
ings area. She recently retired from with the arms hanging straight To complete a wardrobe, the store Starke g6 -5 51
Union Correctional Institution down. Right Turn expects to have carries a line of ties, belts,
Business Office with 25 years service Jams and other paraphernelia in suspenders and a few jewelry items. Open Every Night *
This is her first venture into gator orange and blue very soon. "Sure Grip" skate boards are sold ---- $2.00- SPECIALSat. -- -
retail business "Capture the Miami Vice look by Right Turn. Although unrelatedto
with Bordeaux Pacific sport coats in men's wear, it is one of the holiest & Sun. 5:00 Showing 'MMB.A
When asked why she went into a assorted colors and patterns," said items in stock. The store has reordered ____Tuesday Showings! _
retail business, she replied "it was Clay. Young adults will understand the skate board three times, Starts 12
Friday Sept.
something different." Before mak- what he is saying. in order to keep up with the demand. ,
ing the substantial investment in in- Alexander Julian sweaters in It sells for $64.95, not including accessories TOM CRUISE: .
ventories and store fixtures, Ms. assorted colors and patterns were on which are available, also.
Gilhooley talked it over with her son, display. p GU Master's in Business Administration
Business is Good.
Clay, and her daughter Gail .. .., -.
There were shirts of many colors Ms. said business has ..
Richardson Both were enthusiasticIn Gilhooley -------- -
their approval. and patterns, in long and short good even better than expected, Designed For Working
sleeve length, by Geno and Sassoon. with August sales exceeding July pa_,q_t.A PARAMOUNTPICTURc.[ .=-., Men and Women:
Shirts by Bon Homme had button sales by 100 and still climb-
his percent -
Gilhooley resigned
Clay pos- down collars, the "in look" for dress SCREEN 2ARMED Weekend classes I
tion State as Prison med. to Tech become with assistant Florida occasions, to be worn with coat and ing.Both Muriel and Clay Gilhooley Degree requirements I TJ I'i,
tie. Cherokee shirts and trousers, stated that have the be in"'
manager in the new venture. He has they enjoyed experience can completed I O
with the "stone wash" feature. This
of working in a'retail
experience in the 18-21 months I
eight years term has meaning to the young outlet. and friends both old I- I
medical field having served as a Classes held I .
customer Black Cherokee
and invite 8
new They to
in the for four everyone v
corpsman navy years among the best sellers in the come in and browse around. in your area I -
and in the prison system for an addi- o 0 J
tional four years He is married to I CDT3 (J) M.c o
the former Tammy Stebbins of IBITI] Other Graduate j :
Gainesville, and the couple has a I. Programs Offered: c v '1
son Zachary 5 months old. 301 DRIVE-IN I (1) I Q.) n
Human ServicesHuman in g ,"
..' Starke 964-7484 Resource I 9A 4 d.
''I"""" i,,.'""GalT&ilhooley I{ chal'dt>on and her a Fri., Sat., Sun., Management I i' if B I

a "ttn. husband, Samnay Richardson.-work- Public Administration I a a: LLI : .ffl... I
in the store on -week-ends as c =' Q.)
"" needed. Sammy is responsible for 7 ll'
I Nwa
the attractive window displays. The 100% Nylon Heavy 100% !-1T"<1,
Richardson have daughter rn
one :5
Danika. Plush Cat pet Nylon Sculpture I I'a QJ v :It! .m 5 ,-
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Carpet PLUS Dc Z c. Zu
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Popular Brand Clothing... 599 Death Dreams ..
Right Turn Men's Store is well sq yd $799sqyd. Showtlme: Sundown 1. ". . ", -

j I I stocked men's with wearing popular poparel.brand Although namesof -301--SUNDAY-- -NIGHT-- -SPECIAL- : : 'NovaP1)iY:: r$ tr'. ,

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Clay said "we cater to all clothing Multi Carpet Domco Vinyl ,' ,. ,
demands, of ," indicating
any age group -
that their stocks of Sculptured Carpet starting at
menswear is suitable for mature
adults, as well as the younger set. $ 99 $599

*J sq. yd. sq. yd.
Brand names lanes, McGregorand
BVD" are found on shirts and EXERCISE
shorts; socks and pajamas, robes Level Loop During This
I' and slippers. There are also socks by
Adidas and Nike, popular brands for CommercialCarpet Sale
active males. 9/16 Rebounded

Jeans in straight leg and boot cut,
pre-washed and student sizes! are to $399sq. $150sq.
be found by Lee's and Levi's. yd. yd. Classes start September 15 6-week session
"Baggy look" trousers! are in style
and in inventory, some with
suspender buttons. Suspenders are FREE
again in style (remember the Suncoast
1940's&) with pleated trousers.: In Shop At Home Carpet
fact, they are being worn with all AEROBICSThe
types of trousers. Muriel said evenwomen's Service 140 S. Thompson Street
new "soft" aerobics designedto
jeans and dress liousers
Starke Florida
are pleated, these days. Call.now and we burn calories and improve .
One of the most popular items in J 984-5849 or stamina and endurance. An ,A
the store, for both boys and girls, will bring samples to advanced class. ,'
men and women, are Jams, in wild, after 5:00: 473-4295
exotic patterns and colors, They are you M & W, 4-5 p.m., $24 ,
_____ T & TH: 6-7 p.m., $24 I


Improve muscle tone and shape I

body using hand and leg weights.
Includes short movement sessionto

burn calories. A beginning to
intermediate class. ktl .t '

HARDWARE & GARDEN CENTERS | M & W: 5:15-6 p.m., $24


a _ _ other classes are too fast give
kit! ; .. this one a tryl! Designed for those I
who have not been participating/

We're your Taro Rider Headquarters a regular exercise program.
c\,!oC Optional 15-mlnute progressive

de eO;(\ (\Sa e Save up to $50000on Taro Riders W"America's workout at end of class.M .

t0 #1 Rated Riding Mower! s4 goon, & TH: 7:15-8 p.m., $24 .

P For more Information, call the

BH Cantor at 964-4210

25" Cutting 7hp Deck

Reg. 1159.95 Abokmf:7' Classes may be cancelled fewer
than 10 people register. Classescan

$94995 be taken Individually for $2.50 .
-' fees ----
SAVE 210Reg. per class. Registration are
non-refundable after classes begin.
Bradford Ho.pltaInc..
45 : : Classes are FREE to Comprehen- Cantor for Health and Fitness
51,409" slve members.
8 61.p. 922 East Call Street

SALE 32"Cutting Deck Model 56125 Save up to Babysitting available for selected Starke, FL 32091

51 ,129 s $10000 classes. A Santa Ft Healthcare/ C.nt.r

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1W4 MUSTANG II, Call 408.1421,9111 FOR SALE'
1 Itpd 1984 MASTER CRAFT SKI BOAT, power CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
1984 OLDS CUTLASS BrfOUGHAM. like lot. loaded. Gray 8 blue, excellent to the Bradford County
new, loaded $8900. 964-8484 9/11 I cond., garage kept. 4732214. 8/7 1984 DESTINY MH with fireplace I Telegraph office In writing and paid In
tfnchg tfnchg Bedroom and more. Take over advance unless credit is alreadyellabli.hed crurillec
1980 FORD LTD, 71,000 miles, AT PS PB, 15 FT. FIBERGLAS BASS BOAT, foot con payments. Call 782.3358 after 6 p.m. with this offlc. far
A/C cruise, AM/FM, 2000. OBO trol, aerated live wells, trolling motor, 3/20 TF THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD (
50HP Evlnrude, galvanized trailer, 1987 FLEETWOOD $7995. one left at this
964 8417 after 5:30: p.m. 9/11 I llpd RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
1977 HONDA CIVIC, 2 Dr, automatic, $2200. 964.5263 after 6 pm. 9/4 2tchg price FLYING Z MOBILE HOMES, CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD 1 IS TAKEN OVER REALTYPHONE
Green Cove Call .
$700. 964-4789 after 6 pm 9/11 llpd 9/11 Springs 284.5000 collect THE TELEPHONE. '
1982 14.5 FIBERGLASS BOAT. 1983 Elec. or call 1.471.0611 after 6 pm. 7/3 Classified deadline is TUESDAY,

start Mercury, 25HP motor, $3200. pd 7/31 tfnchg NOON, prior to Thursday publication
964-8791 964.7061.9/11 Itpd Roy
or Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50.
12FT. FIBERGLAS BOAT, with 7.5 Wells at SSW Mobile Homes, 964.6407 then for
15 cents each word thereafter 205 N. Temple, Starke I
350X, three wheeler, brand Evinrude and trailer, exec. cond. $650. or 9646408. 8/14 tfnrw
new. 473-2214 8/7 tfnchg 964.8462 after 5 p.m. 9/11 Itpd ASSUME LOANS 14 x 703 BR, 2 BA $149
month 24 x 45 3 BR, 2 BA, $168
per ; per
1983 HONDA NIGHT HAWK, 4800 miles,
month; 24 x 52 3 BR, 2 BA, $201 per HOMES
needs to be ridden. Must see to LAND FOR SALELOT
964-5263. 964.5263 after appreciate. 6p.m. month; 24 x 70, 4 BR, $231 per month. FOR SALE [ Today and always may God bestow his love you.
Mak.Offer. 9/4 2tchg 9/11 Free delivery 8 set-up, no cash neededon
IN CITY! $6,000. Call 964.5764; after select models. Call 262.5000
5, call 964.5251.3/07 tfn anytime. 8/21 tfn THREE BEDROOM BRICK HOME CH/A 2 __..___.___SPECML:___"", .. _........__
YARD SALES 1 ACRE with septic tank, well and power ALL GUERDONS cost plus, set-up with Ba., LR/DR, fireplace, breakfast room, STYLED FOR THE TIMES Cedar board and batten, fireplace,
pole. $8500. 431-17339/42tchfla/l_ .!... approved credit. Flying Z Mobile game room. 560 Glendale St.,
YARD SALE- Saturday, 9200. lit houseon Homes, 11060 Phillips Hwy., Jackson 964.5468.3/13 TF range refrig., d/w CH/A, fenced yard city water & sewer ape

rlgh post S & W Discount Parts Hwy HELP WANTED ville. 2625000. 8/21 tfn LOG HOMES. Over 40 rustle models to srox._.. .:. 1,456. *q. f.k.Aum. mortgage, $58,500.
[ [ .: ___
301. 9/11 1tpdLONGCHAMP FOUR ACRES W/DOUBLEWIDE TRAILER. choose from. Send for FREE
HOMES SUBDIVISION, 25000. Phone 7823626. Lawtey area BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES EASY TO ENJOY Brick, 3BR, I'll BA, CH/A, large family room

look for signs, 9-5, twin bed, and more. EXPERIENCED NURSING ASSISTANTS 8/28 3tpd 9/11 Route One, Box B4C Moss, Tennessee I with fireplace, formal living & dining room, utility room. Accessto
9/11 Hpd needed at Whispering Pines Care Ctr. 12 X 42. 1 Br., for $1900 cash or takeover 3S57S. ((800)) 2313695. icon 86.278 beautiful Crystal Lake.
YARD SALE Friday, rain or shine. E 16th, Call Susan Cook, 9646220. EOE. 12/5TF pymnts. $86 per month. Good HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER. 3 Br., 1
SO YOU WANT THE FINEST Handsome cedar in
left on NE 10th, aboutt mile. At EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON: honest, condition. Also waterbed, queen size Ba., 2 car garage attached. Wall to 4 stone
doublewide on left. Books, clothe, clean cut A MUST! References required w/heater, only used 2 months, $75. Excellent Wall carpet,. camp remodeled. New' Lakewood with access to Crosby Lake. Over 3,000 sq. ft., 4 BR,
etc. 9'11 1 Itpd ; possible $25,000 first year. Apply cond. Call 964-4042 or 964.7823 roof on / acre corner lot. $25,000. 2 BA, LR, DR, kitchen with eating area, family room with |
YARD SALE- 1123 W. Pratt St. Saturday D 8 S Motors, 207 N. Temple. No eves 9/11 Itpd Lawtey FL 7823239.911 1tpd I fireplace fans In most screened-in drapes
Sept. 13. 8 am 5 pm. othes, tent, phone calls. 4/3 TF 24 X 60 DOUBLEWIDE on 1 lac. lot, 3 Br., 2 319 ST. CLAIR ST.,. 3 Br., I Ba., fully rooms, proch,
luggage and many more items. 9/11 REAL ESTATE LICENSING, only 4 weeks, Bo., LR, DR, den w/flreploce, assumable 8'/t% first mtg. CH/A. carpet, stove, refrig, d/w, dsposal, water softener, fenced In I Ij
Hpd Call 17554040. N. Fla. Real Estate College. dishwasher water conditioner, CH/A. $33,500. Call 964-4718 after 6 p.m 9/11 j back yard, CH&A, sky lights, patio, double gara, t, sun porch, [
YARD SALE- Radio, record players, 7/3TFN Priced for quick sale at $26,500. 3tpd 9/25. over an acre of land $97,000.
speakers, lots of mice items. Nothing 3000 GOVERNMENT JOBS LIST $16,040 9644238. 9/11 tfnchg 2 BR, WOODEN FRAME HOUSE w/
over 50. 601 S. Westmoreland. 9/11 $59.230/yr Now Hiring. Call 12 X 60 2 BR,with large bath and vaulted separate garage. Close to hospital. Ph. EXCELLENT BUY 80 ACRES-$96,000 Heavy pines, 20 acres |
1 Itpd 805.687.6000 Ext. R5504. 8/21 8tpd ceiling. Completely redone In 1984. Excellent 964.7910.9/11 tfnchg cleared, fenced born on St Rd. 235 Near New River.

YARD SALE- Friday, 12th 10 until? 10/9 condition. $4950. Owner finance IDEAL HOME FOR LARGE FAMILY-S.E. 24th Ave. (off Rd. 100 |

Across from new armory. Clothes & CITY OF LAWTEY Is now accepting applications ing 964.4269.9/11 Itpd SCHOOLSSEMI 1 East) 2.7 ac., 5 BR, 3 BA, living room, dining room, kitchen eat-
shoes for the entire family, cosmetic, for Asst. Clerk. Must have
assorted household Items. 9/11 llchg vast knowledge of bookkeeping, typo 12X70 with 6X12 EXPANDO .2 BR, 2 full in area or study, den, office, all appliances drapes, large attractive -
MOVING SALE- Sat. 8 Sun. Everythingmust ing and neat handwriting. Submit baths. all electric, 3 ton AC skirting. DRIVER TRAINING. Earn Big Bucks- j deck overlooking a quarter acre fish pond with fish)

go, CHEAPI I SR 16, '/> mile past resumes to Lawtey City Hall by Sepl Asking $S5OO. 4/32152.9/11 tfnchg Local Drive Big and Trucksl National' D.C.T.Job Certification Placement MOVE IN TODAY-504 Legion Terrace BR, 1 1/2 BA, CH/A ]
Morgan Rd. (CR 233)). 9/11 Itchg 19, 1986. City Clerk Alphonso Anderson.
I d/w 15 1/2 ft. w/ ice maker
Assistance Correspondence/Resident stove, cu refrig. washer/dryer, i iI
YARD SALE Sat. 13th, 10 til?? 624 N. 9/4 2tchg 9/11
lake St. Cancel if rain. 9/11 itpd TRAIL MOTEL B RESTAURANT, Lawtey. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Training! Ellgll Institution for Financial I four ceiling fans, drapes, blinds, tinted windows freshly ]
YARD SALE- Fri. & Sat. Westmoreland Tr. taken for Aid. Guaranteed Student Loans. inside &
Applications now being [ painted out, patio, 10 x 10 utility bldg.
Pork, lot 22. Clothes jewelry & misc. various positions. Chance for advance RENT/LEASE Call MASTER 1 ((800)Resident) 2828165.Training UNITED: Tampa TRUCK FL 'A JOY TO LIVE IN: Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH/A, 3 BR, 2 BA,
items Inside. 9/11 1 Itpd ment. Full & part-time employment.
YARD SALE-134 E. South St. A little bit of Apply in person only. No phone calls fcan 86.265CONSTRUCTION I spacious LR with fireplace, gracious Fla. room, utility room, |
everything. Fri. & Sat 9/11 Itpd 9/4 21chg 9/11 NORTHWEST CORNER OF Call & Thompson DRIVERS mechanics, I skylights, 2 utility bldgs., privacy fence. Reduced to 44000.
YARD SALE Across from Southside TWO ASSOCIATES NEEDED. Contact Streets: 2 story masonry building. welders, electricians, machinists, (
Clyde W. Simpson, 3566849. 4/10TF BARGAIN OF THE YEAR-BROOKER-Extra nice one blk from |
Elementary. Sat Sept. 13. 10 a.m. 2 Lavern Outlaw, Broker. Outlaw Realty, carpenters, needed Immediately. Also
3 RETAIL STORES for lease Highway 301 airline jobs. Will train torn positions school-1500 sq. ft. of excel liv. space-only 8 yrs.
p.m., sink, household, tires, clothing, Call for appt. 964.4522. Itchg 9/11 .
jewelry. 9/11 1tpdREAL WANTED -GENERAL OFFICE HELP apply South. 473-3627 or 964 8848. 5/BTf- (up to $6000/month) Transcontinental |old-CHSA-$43,000. VA assum. mtg. of $35,000 at 9'/ %. You |
Bradford Furniture Industries Hwy 301 Job Search, ((308)) 382-3700 fee. fcan i lean get into this home for approx. $6,000!

North. Itchg.COMPANY .... J::... _. ._ '-......___------------ ( & I

ESTATE Laborers/supervisory positions 3 Br., 2 Ba., CH&A LR, DR, family room & screened in patio. I

OUT OF AREA available. Earn $9 to $14 per hour. Full, FAULKNER REALTY INC. |HOME FOR FAMILY ENJOYMENT-Lovely brick, colonial home

part-time or weekends. Call between 8 [off Geiger Rd.-4 bedrooms 2 baths-approx. 2700 sq. ft.-10.09J
OWN PROPERTY IN SOUTHEAST a.m. to 9 p.m. ((813)) 8867151. fcan Located Hwy 301.1 Blk S. of St. Rd. 100 I acres-many amenities.

ALABAMA.Numerous tracts, large or CONSTRUCTION 86.276 DRIVERS, MECHANICS .t THE GREAT GET-A-WAY: We are proud to offer a handsome I
small with without homes.
Specializing in or HUNTING acreage, welders, electricians, machinists, 9645069Susan brick & cedar home on 37Vi acres, 4 BR 2V bath plus a nice ]

farms and investment properties Con carpenters needed immediately Also barn, energy efficient, 133000.
tact: Barron Strother, Broker United airline jobs. Will train TranscontinentalJob some positions, M. Faulkner GRI CRB WALK TO EVERYTHING I 1032 E. Call St., 3 BR, 1 '/ bath, |
to $6000/month)
Farm Agency, P.O. Box 755, Troy, (up REALTOR I
fee. fcan 45000.
Alabama 36081 205.566.2442 Search. ((308)) 382.3700
fcan 86.274 evenings. 86.275 RESIDENTIAL 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd. Owner ]

LAND FOR SALE: Mountain property, SEMI DRIVER TRAINING. Earn big bucks- I JUST OUT OF CITY LIMITS- Hwy 16 W. Cozy 3 BR, 1 BA frame. Ben Franklin i will finance $82,322. A smart Florida investment.

$100 1 down,, owner financing. great get drive Local big and trucksl national D.O.T. certification. (heater, Ig. family room Price in mid 30'.. INVESTORS: 438 Acres in South Bradford County. Partially sub
away. Beautiful 2 acre tracts, close to job placement COUNTRY LIVING on 3/4 acre, 4 BR, 2 BA fireplace nice shaded lot Low |
3.000 acre lake 1'q hours north of assistance.' Correspondence/resident divided, highway frontage, close to school, $1,000 per acre. |

Atlanta 1 ((404)) 276.2681 or 1 ((404)) training aid. Eligible Guaranteed Institution student for loans financial |40's..WE HAVE ACREAGE starting from $1,175 acre & up. All sizes. Hardwood trees. Developer's dream!

635.4397. fcan 86.280 Call 1 800 282.8165. UNITED TRUCK *lOVElY 4 BR, 2 BA In city, Chain link fence, 55000. PRIME:' EXECUTIVE OFFICES, ON US 301 near Edwards Rd. Seven I .
NORTH CAROLINA SCENIC MOUNTAIN MASTER resident training: Tampa. FL I*YOU HAVE TO SEE THIS to appreciate all.the nice things, such,, qs large family | 1 thousand four hyndfedfariy\ sxsc. ft<,irt: Bldgt with 150' on Hwy I I',
fortable log cabins and for rent convenient.on river cool Hiking, com, fcan 86.283 (room, fireplace formal LR S DR. large bedrooms, nice baths, landscaped yard. j 301 by 254'' deep. Parking space for 30 cars. $199,000! ; ,
ft. Call for
THE CLAY COUNTY CRESCENT 2,500 sq living area. a showing.
fishing, swimming. Games on proper NEWSPAPER In Green Cove Springs *WE HAVE SOME nice building lots available ....PREFERRED PROPERTIES...
9434582.ty. Many fcan attractions 86.282 close by. ((305)) needs part-time help. Will train, but HWY 301 FRONTAGE w nice building suitable for almost any commercial NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES Country Club-for development

typing is a must. Training will Include: Over one acre lot Owner will split. i SIX ACRES-Greot Buy-Primitive Baptist Church Rd. $1 ?.000.
ad CASH this 2 to finish third unit. Owner I II
computer page makeup layout FLOW on unit apt. room a
'BROOKER-Trailer 14' x 56' plus lot 100' x 100'-$20,000.
and sales. Send resume to P.O. Box Buse.H I .
BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES 578, Green Cove Springs, FL 32043. JOIN COUNTRY CLUB. Over 2 acres each. |*HI & DRY-14.05 Ac., 2 wells, septic tank 35000.

9/11 ItchgCOMMERCIAL 3 BR, 1 I''I. BA HOME, convenient location, priced in 30's. (NEAR LAKE ALTO-Ten acres10000. Excellent buy.
CASEWORK and residential I 1.7 ACRES Lawtey area Owner financing available. (LAURA CHURCH RD-Four plus acres 10000.
cabinet builders Must have own I Call Owner anxious) '
SAMPSON LAKE LOT Only 13000. today. '
OWN YOUR OWN $10.99 one price hand tools and be able to read a ruler, *2 ACRES on SR 16 East Can be divided. {WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre 15000.
designer shoe store. A retail price 3753542. 9/11 Itpd BEAUTIFUL lake. {PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or wilf divide.
j 3 BR, 2 BA overlooking Crystal
unbelievable for quality shoes normal. OPENINGS AVAILABLE for prior service {SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine 2 wells 3 tanks,
} BEAUTIFUL 3 BR, 2 BA cedar home overlooking Sampson Lake. acres, septic
ly priced from $19 to $60. Over 150 military personnel in the Naval Air
| *VERY NICE I BR, 1 BA Lots of extras carport, screened porch, fenced. (FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club $90,000.
names 250 styles $14,300 to Reserve Program in Jacksonville FL.
LAKE SAMPSON WATERFRONT IOT- 140 x 143. Owner financing.
$2' ,900 inventory, training, fixtures, Ground and flight crew positions 1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East $7,700.
I | 3 B BA mobile home 16 West.
grand opening. Can combine with over available in patrol, transport, halo and R,2r on Hwy. -2 BUILDINGS ON CALL ST..Both for 40200.
1,000 brands of apparel accessory, attack squadron. Call toll free mlzttm'lt3Zazut3Zm: : : :
e3 LOTS each '50' x 100' all for $7,000.
dancewear/aerobic, childrens shop. 800-521-1316 for more information.
,, Can open 15 days Mr. Loughlin ((612)) 7/3 13tpd 9/25 | "CROSBY LAKE LOT 100'x 385' $17,000.
888.4228. 9/11 Itpd WANTED: A young woman to live-in to '
OWN YOUR OWN Jean-Sportswear, help care for small boy. May have one fre4 SAVE $ $ WitheS After Hours
ladies apparel, children/maternity, child. Call 964.4536. 9/11 Itpd I line 964-63239
large sues, petite, dancewear/aerobic MANAGER NEEDED for conveniencestore. Pau ,Randolph
I or accessories store Jordache, Chic, Only experienced need apply. ) s\t1\O, Homes Beautiful1)9 Randy Cory 47525971I
Lee, Levi), Izod, Gitano, Guess, Calvin Pepo Food Store. 620 5. Walnut, I |
Nelson 473-7541
I Klein Servlo Valente, Evan Picone, Liz Starke. 9/4 tfnchg Anne Terwillegar
i Claiborne, Members Only, Gasoline, THE CITY OF STARKE is now accepting 1-111:
Healthtex. over 1000 others $14.300 to applications for the position of truck WINDOWSAlso
$25,900 Inventory, training, fixtures, driver/laborer. Must be 18 yrs old and
grand opening, etc. Can open 15 days, have a chauffer's license. Apply Men
Mr. Keenan ((305)) 6783639. 9/11 Itpd rell Dees Office, at City Hall. 9/11 -
100 SUNBEDS. SUNAI-WOLFF SYSTEMS.But 2trhq9/18 For e Siding e Soffit & Fascia BARGAIN CENTER INC.

the best. Direct from manufacturer THE CLAY COUNTY CRESCENT '' Li a Awning e Screen Rooms 10,000 Miscellaneous Items & Salvage
Save thousands. While ; last for '., .
I.ey newspaper In Green Cove Springs Perforated Drain Tile 10ft. Length $2.50
Commercial & residential. Sunquest Carport e Brick or Stone
needs part-time help. Will train, but Duct Tape
lamps 8 Trevor Island lotions 1 800 typing Is a must. Training will Include: Cleaning tin. X 60 yds. $1.95
2286292. fcan 86.279 computer page makeup ad layout Hose Bibs $1.39 each
$500 to $10,000 MONTHLY Independent and sales Send resume to P.O. Box Call Rely On Liquid Nail Tube .95
distributor needed In your area im 578 Green Cove Springs, FL 32043. Free Screwdriver
With $5 Purchase
il, mediately. National support, includingTV 9/11 I Itchg HOMES BEAUTIFUL OF N. FLA. or More
shows and commercials. Training Subscribe ant*chs Good Thru 9/18

I provided. Call JOANNE MILLER ((813)) 'r Starke F 964-6766
3277786. fcan 86.281 Today I ,

.* OWNER FINANCING -2/1 '* REDUCED TO $28,000-3 1

t ready to move Into. In city, Ba, on 1 acre. Close to Country
$21,900. Club.


I 4 *3/1 -Walk to everything. Ba, fenced cor. lot. 34500.


9644522STARKE. HOME BEAUTIFUL $75,200-on world of enjoyment in this 4 BR,

I J FL., two acres,'3 Br...2 Bar_ ,,1700 sq.' 2 Ba, Fm Rm, Liv. rm., Din. Rm.,

South 301. Plaza. ft., CH/A, many amenities. sewing rm. and more within

e.. ilvels BEAUTIFUL DOUBLEWIDE on 2400 sq. ft. Priced at 73000.
I .. Open Mon. thru Fri. i4-54 DO YOU WANT A BUY?? Thisis
10 3 Br. 2 Ba. Let show
.e ':30 o.m. to 5:30 p.m. acres. us
t Sot. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. SUZANNE* KITCHENi you this one. You'll LOVE it. Itll! I 13 Br., 2 Ba., close to

MINI-FARM Between Starke everything. 27000.

LAWTEY AREA3 Br. home or and Lake Butler. 4 Br., 2 Ba., LARGE HOME-ln city on ap

BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME on lake Sampson. 2 BR, 2 BA, fireplace, approx. 3'/ acres city water A Real OWNER ANXIOUS- Will finance CH&A on 8 acres. Extras: Large prox. 9/10 acre. 4 Br, 2 Ba
1850 livlnq space. Many extra $165,000.
Buy. Price reduced $10,000. (Brick CB building and large pole barn. CH&A, 1900 plus sq. ft. assum.

home )
on acre
tion on 1 Vt acres. Between You will love the privacy this U.S. 301 SOUTH 3 parcels

REALTY Starke & Lake Butler. 2 BR Apartment home offers. 4 Br., 3 Ba., 2,100sq. 2 acres to 6 plus acres.

964-7700 SANTA FE LAKE ACCESS- For Lease ft. plus an extra large NICE BRICK HOME and good

393 N. Temple Ave. Excellent getaway home Call garage. Many other outstanding neighborhood. 3 Br., 1 1/2 Ba.,

Vernle P. Odom Broker-GDI for more Information. Acres & Building Lots features on 1.76 acres. IN CITY w/carport. 32300.

Jfonl Gagnon BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM BUILT 1,5,10 and 20 acre parcels PINE HAVEN-3 Br, 1 Ba, ce-
Eve.-764-5414 Realtor Associate *A RARE FIND: 530 acres in one ment block home with
HOME-Architect designed Brick Starting at$1,000p.racre fenced

'1 BR Saratoga, CH/A. 4/6 FEET on 301 South. 4 Br, 4 Ba. 3,200 plus I ft. of f I luxurious Let Us Help You parcel 3,000 with ft.many highway possibilities.Over frontage.. financing.yard 'on shaded lot. Owner

03BR,2BA.hom.n.orMlddl.bug.ACROSS FROM WALCO: FLEA living with many
CH/A. ., Approx. 3,900 ft. adjoining *CORNER SR 18 & 301s 14.87 .
on .t acre. MARKET- 1 6S acres. amenities. Beautiful landscaped GRACIOUS LIVING in this
HUNTERS 181 acres near Graham. 04 AC St. Rd. 100 owner financing Starke Golf & Country Club. acres with 940' fr. on 301 Only
with of bearing
yard backdrop 3.64
a brick home on acres. Many. '
'4 AC ON 225 Near Lawtey. with down pryment. Timber valued at over f 10.000. 19 ml. to Gainesville.Uur .
oLOT. In Conerly Estates. 7000. PLANNING TO BUILD In future pecan trees. Large CB Barn: All Many amenities. Take a look for
01 I 2 ACRE- ta 1 1/4 acre lots, St. Rd. Nice lots High Ridge Estates of this on 60 beautiful I acres yourself. Only I $53,000. t. inviteInq .ncs On< utHer Properties
; Thinking Buying c>Selling? Callus!
100 own.r financing. and OWNER FINANCED!II

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Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. FAMILY For help., please call Mark of the line 21' Starmaster Stove efficiency, apartments 1 or 2 BR, muted to the Lake Region Monitor office .
Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone Wise M.S.W. 964 4433. 9/11 2tpd 9/18 refrlg, roof air, owning. Asking$4200. call 473 2919 9/4 tfnchg In writing and paid In advance IEONAK3S. ; OUTBOARD SHOP

964.7498. 9/16 tfn 9646086. a/282tpd9/1l MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT $150 per unless credit Is already establishedwith 473-4180. SPECIAL 14' Bootlegger,

NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 PERSONAL SERVICESCHAIN APT. SIZE GAS STOVE works good. month. Partially furnished Keystonearea this officeMONITOR boot all hand laid fiberglass. $695 14

BA apt. For mar Information' call Lake Maple coffee table w/drawer. Elee. 473 2026. 9/4 tfnchg STAFF CANNOT BE HELD galvomred' trailer, $325; 1985 15 HP

Butler Apt. 4963141. Equal Oppor singer sewing machine, exec cond.. WHITE SANDS LAKE Furnished home, RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Johnson $1275. 4tchg 8'21 9 11
tunity Housing 6/7 tfnchg LINK FENCE. Installed. Fre..sllmot.s. $100 nego. also tools etc 964.6362: AC deck $295 month. Leon flexible, CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 1872 BUICK SKYLARK low mileage
ROOMS FOR RENTi Magnolia Hotel, $eper Handy Man Fence Co. 9/11 ItpdBROWN $200 deposit 904.249.7884. 4tpd THE TELEPHONE. looks and runs good. $700. 4/3/413
night. From $35 per week. Discount Owner Tommy Reddish 9648559. tfn PLAID. 72 Inch wing back sofa. 821.911 Classified,', deadline is Tuesday noon 9/11 tfnchg

offered for longer term.'Apply In per GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows Good condition. $50. 9648528. 9/11 LAKE GENEVA 1 or 2 BR furnished prior to Thursday publication 1976 CHEVETTE Looks g' nd, lUllS g", ,d

son, Magnolia Hotel, Walnut St across etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Itchg Retired or handyman caretaker couple Minimum, charge "is 15 words for $3,50. $800: 1978 Courier. .UIISI' ,d50
from Post Office. TF 964.6078. Orders also taken In Lake WESTERN BOOKS ,20 each. 36" round preferred $200 to $275 mo. 473 7269 or then 15 I cents for each word thereafter 4732452 I Itchg 9' I II I
Butler, 496.3079 and
APARTMENTS FOR RENTS Newly Keystone Heights trampoline, $10. Trim Trac exerciser, 376 //49 or 378 8622 9/4 tfnchq 1969 CADILLAC CONVERTIBLE
473.4973. 2/26 tfnWANT
decorated, everything furnished laun $10. Call 782.3669. 9/11 Itpd LAKEFRONT MOBILE HOME 2 BR, patio' PERSONAL SERVICES mechamcallly sound all power oqmp'
dry facilities included. Video room THAT'S YOUR DRINK BUSINESS PLANT SALE 1 gal landscape plants for private good fishing near Keystone. men. $1100. 4734436, I I'pd 9 I n 1

available. Will accept on. child, no WANT TO $1.25 ea. Pitts Boxwood Red Tips. 4734186. 21chg 94.11 FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING ._. ----,
pets Palms Apts., 2313 N. Temple THAT'S OURS Crepe Myrtle, Holly, and more. 5 mi. LAKE GENEVA The perfect winter Hand rubbed oil, 'finishes, Call Jac FOR SALE
Ave. Stork 32091 5/1 TF Alcoholics west of Low'ey Hwy. 125. Sat. 8 Sun. retreat 3 BR completely furnished with 473 2521. 9/4 tfnchg

$50 PER WEEK for you choice of our one 964-4150-964-6219 Anonymous 782-3640 or 964.8319. 9/11 ttpd TV washer. dryer and dishes. PRESSURE WASHING Houses mobile 16'/. FT, MONARK S-l BOWRIDER

bedroom apartments with refrlg, and pd thru 11/IS TWO BEAGLES. 1'/ yrs. old $50 each. Available from now through April. homes, pools decks,. sidewalks. f.eeestimates Lounge seats. leak ski storage ''.me
'facilities. All utilities In 782 3058 after' 6 9/11 496.2620: In lake Butler after 9
cooking Itpd .
are SEWING MACHINE REPAIR All makes p.m. p.m. Call Rob 473 3590. 9/4 nice butt In 'storages'' t full .'."
cluded in this price, so why rent a room cleaned oiled and adjusted, $15. Used PEACOCKS 6 hatch. Moles and females 4trhq 9/4.21 tfnchg sttumentation Extra s'orogo Large'

when you can hove on apartment. sewing machines for sale. James $20 each Call 496-2015 Itchg 9/11 HOUSE FOR RENT on beautiful Silver, LAWN MOWING Trimming, edging fuel tank Bow rail, canvas b iaidi" ig
Monthly rates are $200. Call us at Call The lawn Barber. 473.3590. Free platform. Older Johnson 135 HP RUNS
Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and
Hwy Lake 2 BR, CH/A, pool table: on 1 acre
964.4262 days, 964-6566 or BRADFORD LIMEROCK
evenings 16, Starke. 964.8733. 12/5TF Estimates 9/4 tfnchg' GOOD'' SS Ph.P', CLEAN $5500 Lany
lot. month. 9042471604 9/11
drop by and tee the apartment HANDYMAN: carpentry pointing, electrical SALES FLOOR SAGGING DOOR DRAGGING 475 I26/ 9 4 tfrchg
manager In opt. no. six at 314 NorthTemple ,complete home repair Umerock S Fill Dirt tfnchg House out of level? Call Lakue Leveling MUSICALINSTRUMENTS T,u."pe' $100
Ave next to th. Tenneco Station. 20 yd.semi-loads only MOBILE HOME 2 BR 1 BA on 6.5 acres
Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor Service. for all your foundation Trombone $45 Gui'ar, $90 413095
Close to town. $243 month Call
6/26 TFKITCHENETTES Phone 712.3172 5/231fchg .
Call Mitch 473-3940. 1/9TF repairs 473 7721. 9'-fnchg 9/4 tfnchp
1 & 2 rooms TV, AC TIRED OF PAINTING YOUR HOME Call STORE BOUGHT: Furniture for sale at 473 2730 9'11 tfnchg LOOKING fOR COMPANIONSHIP .
maid service utilities furn. Underwood Doublewlde Home Center located
Friendship or maybe a relationshipJust ,
964 6766. Homes Beautiful of N. Fla. YARD SALES
Motel Hwy 301 N. 3'/ mile N. of North on 301 Lawtey Fla (this Is not BROOKLYN LAKE COTTAGEi newly write to lakeside Singles' Club Rt
We will tell how to ovoid that
you job remodeled with deck.'On wooded lot
Starke. 9/4 2tchg 9/11 trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg
1 Box 530 Fl 32044 for
Hampton mere
FURNISHED HOUSE IN BROOKER. $170 and Increase the value of your home. INSULATED OR STORM WINDOWS Call after 7 p.m. 473.7854. 9/4 3tchg information' 9/4 tfnchg SATURDAY SEPT. 139s. Take CP 214

per month plus dep. Call 485.1564 after 5/ITF custom made S Installed Hom.sBeautiful 9/18 RESPONSIBLE AND CARING mother mil at Wh'e Elephc. ". oPPo.n.alely, 5
6 pm weekdays. 9/4 2tpd 9/11 BAKER LP GAS INC. Do you know or of N. Fla.. 9646766. 5/1 TF babysit children, In home. Coll miles. Follow sig i., I Itchg 9.11
care what you pay for propane? We my GARAGE SALE Saturday 9 t 13 tin.91, 1
ONE BEDROOM furnished opt. Clean MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As low as 4732568 9/11
quiet, adults only. Houck Apts. have o summertime special & senior $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tin' MOBILE HOMES FOR SAlE LOOKING FOR 1tpd 2 MORE ELEMENTARY No early birds Furn''''..... Hob, >16

964-4296. 9/4 2tpd 9/11 citizens discount. Plus a special for CHEVY 4x4 PARTS: Vt ton anything you children to watch before school hours sailboat 697 5 E. Lakeview, Or I'pd
forms and commercial KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mobile Home,
LARGE 1 BR HOUSE, downtown. Partially accounts WE need..Axles, front or rear, autotransm. Have children of own live across 9/11
turn $250 month plus $200 sec. don't charge any deposits Ph .. transfer cases 2 different 14X70 fully furnished CH/A corner my GARAGE SALE fn S Sa'. 10 4 s .,."efurni'uie
per s'reet from school. 437140. Itchg
1 800 635 2371 259.6810. 8/21 lot 24000. C.B Isaac Realty
dep 964-7013. 9/11 Itchg or 4tpd types; spring lift blocks big U bolts. some childien, and ladies
NEWLY BUILT posh 'furniture, 1 BR, AC, 9/11 Coll 9645812. TFce 475.21".9/4 tfnchg' MISCELLANEOUSPACK clothes & misc Corner Sa'sumo S Hwy
GET GLASSEDII 12X70 with 6X12 EXPANDO 2 BR 2 full
private screened porch, under oak Why wax your car or NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum.Measures 21. llchg 9 II I
boat over and over and ...when baths. all electric 3 on AC skirting,
over SATURDAY SEPT. 13 93 at 1815
each. Great
24x36" 25
rees. No kids no $245 month cents
pets per RAT sell and trade collectible
can HAVE IT GLASSED. Liquid Asking $5500. 4732152. 9/11 tfnchg Buy ,
you Brooklyn Boy Rd Cancelled f ian
plus deposit 9646714 9/4 2tpd 9/11 for patching and repairs TELEGRAPH ,
,items and Used furniture
Glass, Starke, 964.8348. 8/28 4tpd 9/18 antiques 9 11
MH FOR RENT 2 BR, newly remodeled, 135 W. Call St. 964.6305. Itpd
and much
NEW CREDIT CARD NO ONE REFUSED! glassware. ,jewelry more ,
LOST FRI. SAT gsUN Sop'enbei 12 138 14Ngh'ingae
furn, kitchen & carpet A/C nc. quiet Visa/Mastercard Info. Call Refundable COPY MACHINES Canon for rent or On' see for yourself One mile east
( S' 9 I 11 I
$245 month No sale. Canon home copier $799; Canon
plus deposit ,
area. if 100.
Keystone Heights vi Highway
) 1-518-459-3546 Ext. C3377. 24 .,
home office $999 Canon office REWARDI! Black mole Labrador TOOLS AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS In d ySO'uldoy
pets, 1 child max. Michele Parks or copier ; $100 4/3 2183. 9/4 tfnchg
HRS. 9/4 3tpd 911MIAMI ,
964.6714.9/4 2tchg 9/11 VICE copier, $1399. Rent to own for as ,mixed dark spots on tongue lost Nov. SNAPPER RIDING MOWER 28 ,inch HI. and Sunday High' Ridge
3 BR, 2 BA DOUBLEWIDE MH CH/A, In Needs little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP 7 on SR 100 and Immokolee Rood Vac with" bogging wagon $700. Es'a'es. f illow 'he red O'h'WS'O Belo
the country 9646664. 9/11 Itpd Beginners Extras Welcome Now 110 W. Call St.. Starke. 964.5764. 2/21 Answers to 'Minor' ." 473.7162. 9/4 475 1083 2'chg 9/11.18 Ave. I'pd 9 1 IITRADE.
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avail Oct. 1. Bradford MIAMI VICEFt. ELECTRONIC ORGAN: $49.99 per month. rHELP WANTED HOUSESIS
bath Adjacent to Laud 305.565-0604 If'uigequipmentg 'no numerous 'o list.
Courthouse $200 mo. Call No down payment Call 964.6946. tIn 13 cu. f>. up.r'ght "nu\Jr. 4/5.1083.
964.4667. 9/11 tfnchg fcan 86.267 CHICKEN HOUSE MATERIAL 1 group $5 HOUSEKEEPER 35 p.m? Monday 2'ihg9/1l 1 18 YOUR HOUSE TOO BIG n your' pay
2 BR, CH/A carpet turn or unfurn.. NO MEMBERSHIP Call the number per foot 1 group $3 per foot. 964.6182or today. 4/3 2368 or 473.4984. 2'chg PASTURE BOARD CR 214 near Smith, inent Maybe we rould 'rode houses
PETS Prefer' settled couple will accept one 964.5823. tfn 9411 lake Grocery 4/33139. 4tchg Ours 'is toe small 3 BR. 2 BA 1800 sq
Infant' child $240 month $100 security clearing house In the country. Contact SOFA-BED, queen size. never used. Best EXPERIENCED commercial casework ---.-- .-- ft. on Lake Geneva We eed a' .oav 4
deposit. By appt. only. After 3 p.m., Resort Sales International, Gatlinburg quality: $300. 964.4269. 9/4 2tpd 9/11 and residential, cabinet builder Must PERSONALS BR. 5 would be giea'm Lake Ge',e.a
TN 37738. 615-487-3108 fcan 86.273 MITSUBISHI diesel, tractor model 1500 have hand tools and be able to ,
964.6680. 9/11 1 Itchg own or Lake Binklyn .v wi'h, 1 a p 'I t < RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 per month WANT TO SELL THAT TIMESHARE WEEK exc shape. Equip: all new 3ft hitch 4ftbush eod a uler. 3/53542 31chg 9/11.25 Elaine a' 4/3 2438 wi-a" ',y Ho,, I I"J>
Call the number one clearing house in THANK YOU ST. JUOE. MWH lied 9'11 .
4ft ,
4ft box blade
and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker hog mower, VETERINARY ASSISTANT Exciting op. -- -- --
Owner at 964.5069 or 964.4048 TF the country. Contact Resort Sales Inter Tawden scalloped disc. $2850 964.5263 poruni'y to work with animals, part REAL ESTATE

CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On national, Gatlinburg TN 37738. after 6 p.m. 9/4 2tchg 9/11 line. M F afternoons every o'her HOUSES FOR SALE -- .--

Highway 16 W. Close to prison. 615.487.3108 fcan 86.271 GOVERNMENT SURPLUS TYPEWRITERS weekend< Transportation necessary. TREE -IF.-IC One one, i I" ar, k?"
964.7530 or 468.1323. 10/10 Tfchg WILL BABYSIT In my home weekdays, brand new Royal Electronic printwheel Excellent job for student Apply by mail, 4 BR2'BA large brick home pool. Circle in Bg' Ties, Lakes ',U I'tl i i <- n

FURNISHED efficiencies and mobile any hours. Snacks and meals, memory correction computer 'o Keystone Heights' Animal Hispi'al" screen paio! many ex'ias. one blockfiMiischinls new MM 11 braid y 'ur, dnvr, SIO 300

homes Inside city weekly & monthly. 9648672.911 Itpd compatible, centering relocation office Rt 2 Box 105 Keystone Heights' H ,, "00 "', in i iad $1 I '4000 LOOKING FOR VALUE? I) ., "., ', -,
JO LU Motel & MH Park 964-8810. 6/5 FAIRFIELD ROOFING Free estimates. home, students, List $529 only 32656. 9'11 1 'fnchgSEMIDRIVER Owner will, fi.aiice 4/34058 af'ei" 6 Flee'w.'"'d d ub uwda! 'y\I1''' h k
TF Licensed Insured and bonded. All $229. Call free 1 800 262.8004. fcan needed to haul dm. p,," 3'pd 9 11 25 fiunda'oi 'vo.iHpo'i tjo agew'

NEAR GRAHAM 1 BR trailer, camp furnished types of roofing and repairs. Money 86.266 Must be 25 have clean driving ,record, 3 BR 2 BA Orala bl ik h.oe I in Smi'h wiikship. paved d. ,vt.u..ly S3b v\K)
including air and heat. $60 per back guarantee If unable. to stop .leak HALF PRICE III flashing arrow signs 2 yrs exp Need MVR. 473.35/9. I'pd lake Large. I "*. ".'any ex'ias, $59000. CHIAPPINIREAL ESrAIE REALTORS
'. week 485.1371. 9/11 Itchg Mobile Homes tool 485 1556. 485 1016 $2691' lighted non-arrow $2591 9 II 4/3 4058) af'ei, 6 p ," 3'pd 9 t 11 t 25 475 1269Tim's

2 BR MH, furn or unfurn. $160 per month or 374.1443 anytime. 9/11 tfnchg unlighted $2291 free I..ral.) full face
r.; LET US and
; REFINISH. restore repalr-youi" Limited time only. See
", plus $100' dep 964 8704 after 5 pm tory warranty.
weekends 9/11 furniture. Also antiques and gifts for locally Call today! 1 800 4230163, Custom Cabinets APTS.
weekdays or anytime sale. Call Harry Green, 964.8012, THE anytime fcan 86-277 :

1 Itchg OLE TRUNK ANTIQUES B GIFT TAKEOVER 5 ACRES No down, $39 mon Remodeling j
2 BR APT., utilities Included partially Nw Construction -
SHOPPE. 9/11
furnished $270 month, $175 security. PHOTOGRAPHY Itpd BY CATHY WOOLEV thly.parks.Near No lakes restrictions mountains Owner and financed state Cabinets' *TH) Callings"' Brand New I
544 W Call St. 485.1529. 9/11 Itpd
Portraits advertising groups, sports 9046413007. 9/11 2tpd 9/18 Free Estimates '
CLEAN FURNISHED. 2 BR trailer privatelot teams, weddings. Call for reasonable WHITE PICKET FENCE 632ft x 4ft. Make Call Tim Thompson III 1 2. & 3 Bedroom Units
No pets, no children. 964.5739 or S excellent service 9646066. 9/11 offer 964.5876.9/11 Itpd
964.4468.9/11 Itpd Itpd DUNE BUGGY good shape. $bOO. 964.4380 Shop 964.6238 Eves TF Beginning As Low As
964.7117 after_ 7 p,m. 9/11 Itpd $195
964.6576 or 964 5232. 9/11 Itpd
$350; 4/1 MH $300; li Apts. $165; Eff.
Apts., $140 mo.; Call Tiffin & Owens, PROFESSIONAL HYPNOSIS services for Saturday September 13, 10 HELP WANTED ;.'.xw:

Inc Realtors. 964:>(,65.9/11) Itchg weight control, smoking, stress, etc a.m. Z7Furniture 7823531FH .

2 BR, BLOCK HOUSE for rent, unfurnished. For help please call 9644433. 9/11 Clothes & Misc PART-TIME OPPORTUNITIES IN STARKE
$160 per month. Plus $75 deposit. 2tpd 9/1 8AAAAAAAAAAAAAA
1002 Clark St. & --
964-5882.9/11 I tpd.QAAAAAAAAAAAA.

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< WANTED lake homes, lake tats
The Gainesville Sun is now looking for people with a little extra
< Accelerated Realty Inc. D WANTED: Homes with owner financing For Lease
< time and a need for extra income to take over early morn

WANTED: Home on lots 8 up to 5 oc ing newspaper routes in these areas.

< Phone: 964-4544 a WANTED: Homes with acreage The routes earn a nice supplemental income for just a short 1000. 1,23082,750 sq. ft.
< WANTED: 1 5 acre lots Hwy 301 S.
time each day & have excellent potential for increased profits.
< )> WANTED: lots with well S septic Across From The Now
WANTED: Land owners who would Applicants must have reliable transportation & be able to

< 1520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke Florida D like to sell In 1 to 5 acre parcels. post a refundable cash security deposit. Wal-Mart Shopping Center

< Homes lots Acreage Waterfront D FOR SALE For more information about a route in your area please call

< Farms Commercial D TWO BEAUTIFUL HOMES: In Crystal Jim or Erik at 9648884. 9648848JsSUNETRAYaSCHOOl

< No Charge to List Your Property for Sale m D Lake homesites dotlili
ow. PRATT ST. 3 BR. 1 BA, CH/A It I'chgf ID
< Call and discuss It with us. .ttJ|, e> D $38500

< PROFIT BY BUYING NOW) Brick home on 5 acres. 3 BR, 2 BA family room with, > LAWTEY AREA 3 BR, 1 BA CH/A, 1
ac.. 39500. .. 2 BR, 1 BA, CH/A, I
< fireplace, eat-in kitchen utility, room pecan trees, REDUCED ROM $58,000 to
ac.. $28.500.
< 49900. dimng/ki'chen combo. HAMPTON: 4 BR 1 BA. pecan trees ALTERNATORSSTARTERS
CHOICE-WELL LOCATED Brick 3 BR 2 BA living room

< stove, some carpet carport o'ility room $39.900. on lot. $18500. GENERATORS
dining' 'kitchen combo, GRAHAM RANCHER over 1.800 I sq. BROADWAY & WALTERS
< DESIRABLE LOCATION Block. 3 BR, 1 BA. living room
screened porch, 34900.
< JUST FAR ENOUGH AWAY Living room w/firplace. formal dining room. 5 BR, 2 LAWTEY RANCHER: Over 2.000 sq TREE SERVICE

< BA large eat.in kitchen wI snack bar, enclosed garage, utility room $77,900 ft. CH/A with 9.74 ac &if1A Removal

< HORSES AND COWS Good farm,and ranch land, 28.7 acres partially timbered, LAKE BUTLER: over 1,300 sq ft.. 3 *
BR, 2 BA, across 'from school. Recently Trimming
/kitchen combo, $74.750.
< frame home, 2 BR, 1 BA. living room dining' porch TRAVEL AGEITT
THAT HOME IN THE COUNTRY I Block home on 5 acres, easy driving, distance to remodeled .fcuiAron SOUNOIDIISUIIT 964-5274 Stump Removal

< Cecil Field, 3 BR, 2 BA great room with fireplace CH8A, central vaccum central FARMS ACREAGE MPAIHfOOKIIGN Firewood TOUR GUIDE
< and $74,900. UNION COUNTY 135 ac. with nice OOMilfIC AIRLINE RESCRYATMNOTS
stereo ceiling, fans storage bldg.. fruit trees fishpond L> = =
< GET THE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY lovely block home 2 BR, 2 BA Florida Room J> home S pecan trees Free Estimcte:;; tun IKIUTsmr fuTtrn.TtrtTtJ
'' STARKE 22.5 with home, barns Sequip. NEW TECHNICIAN IN OUR
3 65000. M IRE WR pllndl
large living & dining area, great for entertaining acres, I
< very"MUST SELL" OPPORTUNITY Brick home. living dining, & kitchen combo 3 BR. 2 r" SHOP TO TAKE CARE OF 473.70970473.7679 t Hanr IUMMMrUCfkMTUSmMa i
HAMPTON 11 wooded with
< BA, b-b.q pit, utility, room, MAKE OFFER! I 11 I well : acres YOUR NEEDS. WE LOOK FOR After 5 P.M. I
ft. 301 4BR 1 BA;living room large dm'
HOME 251 frontage
FRIENDLY .......li.com.Property for Solo l WARD TO SERVING YOU. M0LEIMI1T1111IETM06LPT,IX
< ing/kitchen area with plenty of cabinets. porch, utility bldg., 34900. Keystone Heights

< DON'T RIDE-WALKI I One.Unit, duplex 2 BR, 1 BA kitchen dining & living combo MATHEWS REALTY B. 8 M. Licensed & Insured A.C.T.TRAVEL SCHOOL I

quiet neighborhood 27900. 441 W. Madison STARTER & GEN "AYre..<-. "" I
< ROBINS AND ROSES Mobile home closed In brick. 3 BR, 2 BA, CH/A well Aseptic > Starke. FL 32091 1-800-432-3004

< tank, $56.90O. > 231 E. WASHING TON ST. STARKE | i cr*e7FW""'/ MBC
mobile home 3 BR. 2 BA. liv- < REALTOR 96 -U69
SELDOM A CHANCE LIKE THIS Neat and well kept .
< combo, porch tool shed located on 2 Its 25000. *" Assoc. Harold Kpps 964-64116. II I' 2 stock. ******... .......... -.
Ing/dlnlng'kitch.n ...."* 1433 Lake Butler, ac., MH.
Q ...T... aetiTAI PROPERTY U._*tt frnma home 2 BR. 1 BA.. S26.ooo..NV" I-r..r n II-- 7. : ..
TI GOOD t w nwmw > --i will
HCrfl Hfc ea ponds, owner spur propsrsy434 11 J51 r. 5 .
Q LOT )N SAMPSON LAKE NEAR STARKE Relax and noy| good fishing boating : / ..Apartment complex residence

Q and swimming' Owner financing, with ::.100/0 down. Priced to sell beginning, at D: Towering Timber Tree Service 'for owner 9 acres fronting US 301 ? OPPOIITUNITYFASHION ::.

Call For Free Estimates
18000. must s..l
: S
Q LOTS ON SAMPSON INLET NEAR STARKE Small river but good bUlldngloll. good Affordable Prices Tree Removal 14382 Br? home in Lawtey. walk to STOIis !

Q fishing close to Sampson Lake Owner financing with 20% down. Price. start at : S Tree Trimming !I Quality Work school and shopping $17.000.I39S .

Q $8.000. D I .-4 Br.. 2 Ba. 21 acres, pole developing a new' w'
Curt Colston 964-4828
ESTATES Lovely Lot to build a home.LAND will
Q COUNTRY FOR SALE D barn MH space. renting owner shopping plaza adjacent ;w

Q 20 ACRES of good 'farm land with deep well, good mineral water 49000. FOR SALE split prop.rty.1439..Comm.rciollnve'm.nl, frontsUS io their store on t:

Q 131 ACRES of excellent form land, use 'for dairy herd raise horses 301, 5 blocks from town Includes Hwy. 301 ( across from

2 SEPARATE PARCELS 4.55 acres and 2.16 acres near Graham. S Fill Dirt Top Soil Tractor Work 10 city lots .
10 ACRES In S. Clay County $17,900 1427-S ac., 3 Br. 1 '/. Ba.. brick high school) ..

Q COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Backhoe Bulldozer home, born, great location ONLY TWO, :

4 301 SOUTH 146 ft. frontage on highway n New catalogs are In- OK OFFICESPACES
964-6182-964-5823. RETAIL
4.S ACRES with frontage on the highway. 7/2..FN Buy and..lIlh.Strout way
a COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Bldg.*ith Approx 15,000 sq ft. floor space $74,900. ALL ACROSS AMERICA! are left !:

a HOUSE FOR RENT .3 BR, 2 BA. LR, DR. Family room. FLORIDA CARPET CLEANING & DYE CO. Available i I for occupancy ;:

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PUTUSTOWORKFORYOUIIQ I 3 I low .: Don't miss out this It-
< "Quality Work low. prices $1 /,93 I ,.Nn.1, on

AFTER HOURS: i (Any Room & Hall) . . ,. . I Scoichgard Available -- ". e.ngn great location! :
ol wall to wall carp R furniture cleaning '-:.j'
and ra-dyeing
Novls Ward.. ..........964-7454 Specializing In cleaning ''.' \.
964-6593 :
Q Wayne Douglas........... and offer bids on commercial work. :-'::# us-.%_ CALL 90.1-381-0603) :

Q John Greene................533-2121 Bill Oodd..,........,,...964-7408 J> Senior Citizen Discount No mileage charge Free advice .L -. -''" eta N. TKMPLK.Ft .. For Further !

Q Irving Clark..............., .96 .7188 Cindy Kurimay.... ....964.7408 D Call 964-4997 Call .MenlerM fTARKI" 9201 : Information'J' ;;:

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Roberts Real Estate Z Mobile ," Union County 1\dS't I

986 N. Temple Ave. Starke FL Flying Homes

.. 964.6262 . 11060 Phillips! Hwy. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY PERSONAL SERVICES
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COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301, RENT/LEASE
$50,000. Call Today! Jacksonville Fla. BARNETT MOBILE HOME SERVICE
Repairs and towing. Call Richard
ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile home. Only Borne al 4963255. 9/11 tfn/chg.
Located In Union
County Tlmet
$75,000. Owner terms possible. 1987 14 Wide Fleetwood building.: Call for Information.
CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, central heat & air. 496. 261. tfn. WORK WANTED
Reduced to $35,000.

640 ACRES Excellent development property !in a rapidly -$7,995 LOST TYPING personal or business. Fast,

growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that $1200 dependable, low rates. Terry Hall,
per acre! 1987 24 x 45 ONE WALKER HOUND Young fri 462-4177 after 6 p.m. and weekends.
colored, wearing red collar crooked Pickup and dellv.ry available. 8/21
DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath on 1 acre. $23,000. tall," Paul" tattooed In ear. Call Bettyat 4tpd. 9/11
SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. $11,000. $12,99514x703 496.2060 or 431-1075. after 6:30 P.M.
-38 ACRE FARM Northwest of Starke, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bath Itfr. 9/11 NOTICE

flame with out-buildings, CH/A BR 2 Full Baths
e10 ACRES Pecan grove, no improvements. YARD SALE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
FORSYTH ROAD 5 Acres plus, no Improvements, 640 f'. to the Union' County Times office
In and In advanctt
writing paid
frontage on road. 2.9 acres with older mobile home, well, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY' SEPTEMBER 12 unless credit I. already established
and 13 270 S.W. 2nd Av., Lak.Butler.
septic tank.COMPLETE with this office.THE .
pump I Toy., 750 CC motorcycle, $600 fryer,
baby children and adult
W. Roberts Jr.
George ,
llapso, $23!! each; one Siberian
964-6058 Evenings Drive a Little husky one year old $50: and much Classified THE TrLEPHONE.! deadline Is TUESDAY.

Terry A. Gaines CSM, Salesman/Appraiser mor. Call 4963021. ltchg.9IIINSURANCE NOON, prior to Thursday publication.
964-4181 EvenlnqsMagnolia Save Lot Minimum charg.Is 15 words for$3.50,
then 15 cents for e ich word thereafter. I

Call Collect For Main Street Lak. Butler 4963978. i
Complete Insurance Service. 2tfree

,,\ :,,-,.::':" .. ... ..,--...........;,;;.. ...:.. f....... Free Credit 4/10, 17 th.n tfnHELP
\, WANTED If I don have It, I'll f find itJust
262-5000 ask JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.
496-2126 or 496.2903 eves. "YOUR
""'"""-- :-., and FOR SALE
-- Full part time position available.
Downtown Starke across from Post Office Pr.vlou. experience preferred. Excellent -
Step SaverWe SEWING MACHINE\ tions. Apply to personnel-Lake Butler prlc. call 4311027. Itpd. 9/11
Rooms for Rent need qualified Hospital Hand Surgery C.nt.r. 850 E. POULTRY Don't buy eggs, buy chickens-
person.net OPERATORS Main Street Lak.Butler Fl.32054.Call eggs 'r... These are laying. Call
to train for cashiers and
helpful qualified Equal Opportunity Employer. 4963279. Itchg. 9/11 -
j store managers. Company I Itchg. 9/11 MINK STOLE Perfect for Christmasmustset
Nightly Weekly Monthly well above
benefits Include: paid vacation people start out to appreciate. Beautiful honey col
Nightly $8 From $35 Weekly employee paid minimum wage. Only serious LAND FOR SALETEN or. Call 4963279. Itchg. 9/11 I
job seekers apply. PLANT SALE Half Prlc. -callodiums now
} hospitalization and retire $,50, $1.00 and 250. House plants
VOGUE INC. ACRES One mil. out of Lake Butl.r
ment plan. $.25 to$5.00. Contrary Mary's Garden
\' ....... ... 710 S. Water St. on SR121. Call 4962953. Itpd. 9/11 SR-121 Loera.... 4621561. Itchg. 9/11
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::: : : : ; : 7': ,,__:* Starke, FL SALE! Barbara's Knits and Colts. Up to
834 W. Madison St. or 705 N. CARS/TRUCKS 50 percent off through September 29,
Temple Ave., Starke.BOBBY'S iBEEEIWBtlE 1986. 355 W. Main St. Lake Butler. Call

-.".- 1974 FORD LTD $300. 1970 Ford Van, 3/4 4961361. Hchg. 9/11
... FOR SALE ton. $500. Call 4962540. Itpd. 9/11
repair). Delinquent tax properly
See Donna
Repossession Call 1(805)687-6000.( )
HIDEAWAY tarke Upholstery Shop RENT Union CountyTlmes. 150 Ext. H-1136, for current repo list. 7/31
Main Street, Lak. Butler Phon. 8lpd. 9/18
496-22ol for Information tfn
\ Hwy. 301 (North of Waldo) & located In Union Cou.ty Tim.Buildingat EDUCATIONAL OPP.
150 West Main. Call 496-2261 for
468-1641 5:30 p.m.MUSCADINE more Information tfn LAKE CITY COMMUNITY COLLEGE will
I TWO BEDROOM 2 BATH MOBILE HOME, offer the Emergency Medical Technician
I compl.t.ly furnished A/C, safe (EMT) 30-hour recertilication
t Come to where it's happening! neighborhood.' $250 monthly. Adults course, October 445 and Oct. 11&12.
GRAPES only. Call 496-2271, after 5 P.M. 8/28 For more Information call, Bruce

C. LADIES NIGHT 2 Dance Floors. 2 Bands! Uick or We Pick on order FURNISHED chg/tfn 12'x 55',THREE BEDROOM. 1 Willms, ,at..752-1822:.. ext,233. tpd. 911rm.M'ii" ,
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Mon-Ttiur; 7:30-1 p.m. 1/2 BATH MOBILE HOME with a 12'x FOUND" : '
Wednesday Stage 1 Night Train Fr' Sat 7:30-6 p.m. 16' Florida room addition. Large yard, f
Closed Sunday 12'x 12' utility building. $200 a month,
Spec. Prices & House Drinks Stage 2 Wanted Alive plus tfn/chg.deposit. Call 4962842. 9/11 Walker 9/11 Hound. Call 496-2253.. Itchg.

& Sat. Nights Longneckers 4 miles West ofMelrose
J (No cover on Wed.) Friday or 2 miles East of

Orange Heights 1.7 miles 301 South ttandl'Housesmcmmaait
& North (Co. Road 1469)) Hwy
$1.00 Cover Charge Friday Saturday Signs
Day Hours 468.2483 No Down Payment
r \fte-noons 475.1 151 or 473.2702

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ting through the Farmers Home Administration United States *

I Department of Agriculture, will sell as is, the following i

., described properties. Complete legal descriptions, arrangements .f I PINE BARK
I for inspection of the properties and additional Information i

1 indicated.may be obtained by contacting the County Supervisor j You pick-up or We Deliver !

I i Minimum 3 yds. i e
on Delivery
240 acres with a 1,300 sq. ft. brick veneer dwelling and

block farrowing house located 1 '/. miles west of Worthington : Cypress Lumber i
Springs. Most of the property is high and well drained exceptfor :
an area along a creek that Is subject to flooding. (Acquired 964-6649 Yeur Union County Realtor

3/20/84)) 1.***.********************************************* 496-2126 or 496-2903
MO W.Melee ..Ufco Sutler
.- 160 acres of farmland, fenced and cross-fenced, with 2

barns and a grain bin located 12 miles SW of Lake City Columbia Plumbing Supplies From FOR SALE'

County. (Acquired 8/22/85))
L. L. Butler Aloehua. 8
IDEAL LOCATION. 15 min to G'ville City High
CONTACT: BRUCE W. PETERS 3884 S. FIRST STREET P.O. BOX Durrance Pump & Supply Springs lovely country totting surrounds this very very float and condor
3299, LAKE CITY, FL 32056.3299, PHONE 9047528465. e- table homo and 3.25 cero.This! well kept property has fruit ..bees equipment
[|(* We Drill 2" to 6" Wells State Licensed pole barn. Suitable for mall form operation.
The sale will be by sealed bid. Bids wPI l be ereived until the US 301 North 844 N.Temple Ave. Starke 964-7061 WALK TO TOWN from this two tory home. Cent. H 'A and wall to wall
public opening which will be at 1:30 PM, October 3, 1986, at TF] carpet. Needs minor repalrt. Mutt tee to appreciate.:
the office of the State Director, Farmers Home Administration, WORTHINGTON SPRINGS Three or four bedroom hn",.. Ce",. HA. One
black oil SR. 121. 1/2 acre up to 2 acres avoila I.. Priced right ij sell.
Federal 401 S.E. 1st Avenue Gainesville
Room 214 Building Owner transferred mutt .. .
FL 32601. e..O ACRESProperty located In Union County. With rolling terrain and liner.

Bids must be entered on official bid forms which may be obtained UNITED REALTYOf ,ting three roods, this property has nume.out: home sights and can be ensi-
ly tub,divided. Parcel may alto be told In 2020. Owner finance.
from any of the above addresses. Bids must be accompanied Starke WORTHINGTON SPRINGS 1.8 acre tract oil L.ttle Springs Road. W".ded..epllc ,
by a 10. bid deposit. tank and well. Owner finance.

cast less that 10% down with Hwy. 301 South BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Dullness/commercial property S building in city
Sale will be : or not payment not Could be
I limit ol lake Butler.Some financing to qualified" buy.
more than 25 amortized yearly payments or 300 equal amortized 964-8447 used for several bu.ln...... with plenty ol parking space cvlalable.HAVI .
monthly payments. The finance charge will be that set by 3 TO 9 acres available with ownort out of town 8 need to: tell.Some

the Secretary of Agriculture on the date of approval. Currentlythat CB 2 story house totally remodeled upstairs. CHI A, 2 BR, 1 financing available. Hat assumable loons too. Coll today foi oppt. to: see.
HAVf 2 VA HOMES with o..umobl.loan. Proper down payment neededn
rate is 11.625%. Cash bids received which are within 97% BA close to town. (Owner financing) qualify only. No tiedit report or loan elating com needed.
of the highest acceptable term bid will receive preference.This .
rate Is subject change.
1M: sq. ft. on Hwy. 301 South PROPERTIES IN UNION COUNTY
These properties will be,fold without regard to race, color, 2750 sq. ft. on Hwy. 301 South
,, creed sex age, religion/ marital status or national origin. JANE S. USHER, Realtor

The United States of America reserves the right to reject anyor Fred Sackett Lie. Real Estate Broker 496-2126 or 496-2903 Eves.

all bins! John Curies Associate 9'II I'ahg
"Your Union County REALTOR"

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Richard Bcch of Keystone Heights was cited for careless driving whenhe
pulled from the Jiffy Food Store into the path of a pickup truck on
7R" NIu1r SH-21 Monday afternoon, according to Deputy Jack Ilickey.
Damages totalled$2,000 on the 1963 Mercury and the 1978 Ford pickup,
driven by Alexander Cardenas of Graham.
There were no reported Injuries.


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The driver of this vehicle, Norma
Evans,71,of Hampton was taken to STARKE
Bradford Hospital by Rescue,according 206 W. Madison
to Paramedics Jerrald Johnson 964-7200
and Scott Taylor.Evans was treatedfor
lacerations and admitted.
Evans had just purchased this 1985
Chevrolet, was driving south on Under New Management!
US-301 when the vehicle left the
roadway about six miles south of w. Tina Clemens OperatorManagerPerm /
Starke. The car travelled some 652
feet before striking a culvert, R & Haircut. ... .Fa H Sale ... $25.00
became airborne and come to rest in
a ditch approximately 54 feet fur Sun Tanning. t09isllsS25Frosting ........ $25
ther, according to Trooper Kenneth
Ethridge.The reason for the vehicle TINA DENISE. JUDY ALAN
leaving the roadway is unknown, airplanes
said Ethridge.
Damage to the vehicle was listedat
$2,500. 964.4645 fiK



Melrose Arts Festival SetThe
p4 GUNN'SGUN 468-2624

14th annual Melrose Arts and Scheduled art and craft
& PAWN 7 Milts:: South of Starke on U.S. 30110
Crafts Festival will be held on Satur- demonstrations and entertainmentwill
day,October 4 from 10a.m.to 4 be provided throughout the day.
All festival activities will take pace Local Girl Scout troops will providea --'S1f.R 22 Cal. Rifle (Must'bl n..y".oi>g< :- % Discount Off Lumber
on the grounds of the Melrose Com- craft-participation area for *comply with date*federal' 8U|"""">
munity School at the intersection of children. 10'M'. and a Rod & Reel,on.item SR 21 and SR 26.
The Melrose Parent Teacher Drawing to be held Saturday, Sept. 27 Pine, Pressure Treated,
Organization (PTO) will supply
Over one hundred artists and breakfast lunch and refreshments. Brand Name Fishing Tackle Cypress and Hardwoods.
craftsmen will be exhibiting in the M.'IoU'I'J u\O nl L SI'J"! ) .: ':. Guns Guns'"Galore! ..M- -
Gymnasium the tree-trued area" Low Prices, Quality Lumber
surrounding the gym(rain or shine). application Complete Line of Bear Archery Arriving Soon! -
Adequate parking space is available show, contact Jane Driscoll of 17S S. Lawrence Blvd. FREE DELIVERY
behind the gym. Keystone Heights at 473-4S25. 473-nnin Keystone Heights



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i Cummings Arrested Long was released on his own released on his own recognU nce. 4 Brenda Lee' Goodwin, 35, was ar. under influence (DUI/OWI), according Jerl Jean Jones of Jacksonvillewas
In Georgia recognizance.Johns ;v' rested Sept. 3 on a warrant from to Trooper W. M. Abrams. He arrested Sept. 8 for DWLS, according -
t was released on the Ronald Roma nio,35,of Starke w<<* Clay County charging worthless was released after a $362.50 cash to Sgt. Reno. Jones was
: On Bradford Warrant disorderly charge and a capias arrested Sept.8 on a capias charging check, according to Investigator bond was posted. released after a $210 cash bond was
Edward charging no valid driver's license worthless check, according to Deputy David Aderholt. Bond was set, at posted.
in Georgia Cummings last,week 20, was and has arrested but is being detained on a capias for York. Romanio is charged with issuing $252, Goodwin was released to Clay Robert Wayne Harvey of Glen St.
I" been returned to Bradford County, failure to appear on a felony charge, a worthless check to Starke authorities- Mary was arrested Sept 6 for DWI, Jeff Ruise was arrested Sept. 9 for
said Deputy Eugene Lee. Power Business. He was released DWLS
according to Deputy Eugene Lee. according to Marshal Tommie according to Patrolman K.
Cummings was wanted for grand after a $1,000 surety bond was Lucian Blocker, 62, was arrested Raulerson Harvey was released R.Hinds,Jr. Bond was set at$105.75, t'
theft-auto after he alledgedly stole a posted. Sept. 3 for carrying a concealed after a$362.50 cash bond was posted. Ruise was released on hs)! own -
Five Sentenced
firearm and possession of a firearmby recognizance.
1986 Monte Carlo Wells
from Mark David Mattox, 29, of Brad- a convicted felon, according to
Chevrolet in Starke. After Changing Plea Michael D. Carroll,29, of Jacksonville
Bond was set at $10,000, he remains ford County was arrested Sept. 8 on Lt. John Dempsey. Blocker was was arrested Sept. 7 for wilful- Edgar L.Davis was arrested Sept.
in custody in the county jail. Five defendants were sentenced in a capias charging violation of proba- released after a $1,000 surety bond wanton reckless driving, accordingto 9 for wilful-wanton reckless drivingand
Bradford County Circuit Court Mon- tion (three counts),according to Sgt. was posted. Trooper Kenneth Ethridge. Bond DWI, according to PatrolmanM.
Two Arrested day, Sept. 8 after they pled guilty. Sammy Eunice. Mattox was found in was set at $157.50, he was releasedon D. Spears. Davis remains in
Inmate William Joseph Passala- contempt on a charge of failure to Walter James Brown was arrested his own recognizance. custody.
I At Econo Lodge qua charged with escsape was pay child support. Bond for the VOP Sept. 9 on a capias charging battery,
.; While sentened to the Department of Corrections was set at $2,500, he remains in. according to Lt. Glen Moore. Brown
j arresting subject for
one for one with 44 days
year custody. was released after a $500 surety
disturbing the at the Econo
a' 1 peace credit. bond
.') Lodge a second subject began Joseph Luke charged with wor-
Danny Lamar Jackson, 34, of .
shouting obscenties at the officers "
thless check was placed on three
Starke arrested for failure to
was tTTtTrTTJTT1W\k
,"" and he also was arrested. Traffic Arrests
years probation to start at conclu-
r I pay child support Sept. 5, according
; Benjamin James Kite, 35, refused
'J ,f to be quiet, continued to try to pick a sion of Levy County sentence. Luke to Deputy York. Jackson was released Willie Junior Hudson, 52, of Lake 4
must make restitution$220.45 plus 12
Butler arrested 7 for driv-
< after he purged in the amount of was Sept.
: i fight with Starke Police 8
" as percent interest, $300 attorney fee ing while license suspended
they were arresting Kenneth Dale must not have chcking account in $253.Del C.
(DWLS), according to Sgt. W.
Mann, according to Sgt. W. C. Reno different name. Edward Tucker, 18, was arrested Reno. Hudson released after
was a
I i I and Patrolman W. D. Russell. Shirley B. Vinson charged with Sept. 4 on a capias charging bond
$210 was
"t4, t Kite was charged with threatening possession of more than 20 grams of worthless check, according to Lt surety posted. .CRJH
,, .i \II a public servant, disorderly conduct cannabis was placed on three years Glen Moore. lie was released after a Neilson Pennyndston of Starke
'i( and resisting arrest without bond was posted.
probation. $1,000 surety ,
arrested. for
6 drivingC.J.'s
was pt. w
violence, said Patrolman Russell.
I Brenda Newby was placed on pro-
,;., I Bond was setr at$800, he was released bation for one year for resisting arrest I Restaurant
on his own recognizance.Mann without violence and 60 days for
was charged v ith disorderly disorderly conduct. 1900 N. Temple Avt.Stirtt .
conduct, he had caused a disturbance Kim Andrews was sentenced to 30 SAWMILLTreated To-Rena Motel

,..; in the lobby of the Econor months for grand theft II to run con- Appetizers -
Lodge, said Sgt. Reno. Mann was current with Leon County sentencenow
4 released after a $100.75 surety bond serving. Pine 3/4 Plywood
was posted. '
10' 12' IV 1 1&
... 885 $12 00
l : Starke Man Arrested 1'x' 1.10 1.30 1.50 1.75 Sheet 8.45
Recent ArrestsIn per person
: Found With FirearmsA 1'x& 1.30 1.50 1.90 3.00

I" 21-year-old Starke man was arrested Bradford CountyThe 2'x' 1.80 2.20 2.75 3.40 3.75 Cypress Chips2'x6' Puu Puu Platter

Sept. 5 when he was found following arrests were made 2.25 3.25 4.40 5.30 6.25 Choice of Soups
with a pistol on his person and by local authorities in Bradford 2'xS' 5.25 7,00 .00 Fried Rice i
several firearms in duffle heW Count ,. Iftl
: a bag
.a Full Size Load / \\
was carrying. Bright Pine Pick-up 111\\ 8 Main Dishes

l Dean Allen Lintemuth was arrested disorderly Ray Thomas intoxication Bell was,according arrested for to 8' 10' 12' ,.' 16' 18' Hot or Cold Drink (Coffee, Tea)
': I after he was found in the area
of a 28th St. residence that had been Patrolman Raymond Shuford. Bell 2'x4' 1.30 1.70 2.20 2.50 3.00 3.50 496-2425 Fortune Cookie
I burglarized Aug. 28, according to In- was found lying on the grass next to "'x'"' 3.50 6.50
a.' vestigator David Aderholt. Four the sidewalk in front of Bradford HOURS: Sunday-Friday 11-2:30: 5.9:30:
firearms (one shotgun, two rifles Motel. Bell smelled of alcohol, said 4 Miles West of Worthington Springs on Hwy. 18 5:00-9:30

and one pistol) were taken from the the report. SALE N. Saturday /
residence. Bond was set at $105.75, he was } SALE

Friday a neighbor called thesheriff's
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office after she saw a man
running across the yard at 8:IS a.m.
lie was wearing a camouflage outfit.
Lintemuth matched the descriptionwhen
he was stopped by Aderholt at
9 am. The guns were in his possession VHS
when he was detained.
Lintemuth was charged with carrying -
!Ji a concealed firearm, four T-120
I counts of grand theft-firearm and

;:- burglary of a dwelling while armed, I
according to Investigator Aderholt. TAPESGibraltor
Bond was set at $8,000 for the
charges, cash or surety. Lintemuth
remains in custody.Bradford ,
6-8 Hour Tapes

Makes 85 Rescue Runs $4.49VIDEO

Bradford Rescue responded to 85
calls during the month of August,according -
to Emergency 'Services
Director Cliff Chapman.
53 of the calls required the
I transporting of 56 patients, 32 calls
required no transporting.
I Six runs were made by the back-
up unit and two patients were RECORDER SALE
i transported by ShandsCair.
The majority of the patients, 33, FREE
I were taken to Bradford Hospital. 904 FISHER 95"
Nine were transported to Alachua
General Hospital, six to Shands and
two to North Florida Regional, all in

Gainesville.Reception Medical Three were Center.taken to the 3 DAY SALE $329.00 MOVIES MembershipNothing

Fifteen calls were illness related
" p. tients. Five suffered from trauma Down w/Approved Credit VCR Rental
and seven were trauma resulting MONDAY THURSDAY With 4 Movies
from a vehicle accident. EVERY WEEK
Twelve calls were to cardiac pa- $ 88 Monday Thursday
tients (two in full arrest) and eight a OF THE YEAR $5.99

'1,, people blems. suffered respiratory pro- __,efld IIIIIIII I VIII IIIIIIIIIII IIII IIIIIIIQpIIIIIIIIIIININIIII, IIiNIINN'! !, !; ; ;; : '

.' Two calls were to fights/assults. Per WeekPayments
-.\ one was a gunshot wound victim and SSi
four were to overdose victims. ,
Five people were dead! when the

unit arrived. 33=isml g33 i
One call was to an obstretic patient _
five calls were cancelled, two
; were false alarms and one was a FOOTBALL SEASON SPECIAL
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standby at a structure fire. ,t


Quick Response-10 responded to
seven calls during August, said

;4 were Chapman.One call smoke was investigation a structure fire, three, two Take this Walkman to the CENTER ENTERTAINMENT BY TECHNICS $1 3 4 4

calls false alarm.were cancelled and one was a Gator Games or Tornado Reg. *599. per week payment

Games This Fall... Sale W/Approved
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Two ArrestedAt / Credit q

301 Liquors s Payments _
or Beat .
Two Putnam County men were ar- '11.88 I
rested Sept. 7 at 301 Liquors south of Any Adv. I BBEJB-
Cash Price
Starke for being disorderly. per week e +
I Jimmie Long, 40, of Melrose and Price l
., Jefferson Johns, 42, of Florahome : NO DOWN
were charged with disorderly con- on $565
duct, according to Lt. John Dempsey. '
" Bond was set at $150. _

' I Products 5 plus tax -.I. .ISpO

; I Girl Scout/Boy Scout wapprovedcredit.

Fall Roundup '86-87 "v

School and churches throughoutthe
Northeast Florida area will open
their doors to potential Girl Scouts -
and Boy Scouts on Thursday, Sheet Music Panasonic EA-BT50 Sanyo FTUIn
; September 11, 1986 for the Fall
I Roundup '86. Stock Car Radio CAR STEREO Band Instruments

Over 250 locations in 15 counties All Guitar AM-FM Casso For Rent or Sale
will host Fall Roundup 86 pro-
grams. Girl Scout and Boy Scout Strings & Reeds Financing Available
volunteers will be on hand to answer for Instruments $34 95 $59 00
questions and explain the programsto ..
those interested. The programs
begin at 7:30: p.m. in Bradford and

Union.Southside Elementary School is Home Entertainment Co
one exception, scout leaders will be ncepts
on hand to answer questions at 6:30: ,
prior to the Open House.
The Girl Scout Program is -
.. available to girls in Kindergarten CL- [M0f Bradford Square Shopping Center Starke 4-6946'
through 12th grades. Boy Scouting ard.

begins with Tiger Cubs for boys in . .. . ,
lot I: gi udt Cub Scouts for grades, 2.5, :[

, Boy Scouts lor grades 6-8 and Explorers ., .
; tor 9th grade and higher,




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