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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 18, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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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
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routine summer weather, with only daily variations in the area. Th. Social Scan.. . . ., .S.7A ,
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Nights over the weekend could go down to 60, highs in the 80s. ..
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Rainfall has been scant this week and may be about due to slack Norton .ward . . . . .38 :
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slackening to 5.46 inches in September. 3.64 inches in October, 1.86 Ar.a D.'h.. . . . .5B 1(,"
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Seminole Boosters...
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The Bradford-Union Seminole Corning
Boosters are scheduled to meet at 7 ,
p.m. tonight (Thursday, Sept. 18))
at the WPXE Radio Station in F
Starke. :j'Still

Channel 17 TV Sports Director ,
Glen Fisher will be the guest e Interested
speaker. A lasagne dinner, costing
$3.50, will be served. All interested n
persons are invited to attend. '
ByMarkFriedlin be employing! local workers, on a per-
AARP to Meet... i BCT Staff Writer manent basis after opening.
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.'s plan to "Nothing if final yet," Miller said.
The Bradford Chapter of AARP build a multi-million dollar commer- "They are still very interested in
i. will meet at 1 p.m. today (Thurs cial shopping center on US-301 in Starke and the surrounding area."
day, Sept. 18) in the Senior Citizen south Starke has been delayed, Difficulties encountered in secur-
,, Center behind the new courthouse. although the company is still in- ing the food store and a major discount
The speaker will be Marge terested in the area. drug store chain was one of the
1!: Whitsel who is on the Board oft reasons for the cancellation last
Keystone Heights Senior Services.All p 1 r Plans for the shopping center, year, according to Miller, who said
persons are urged to attend and which could include up to 25 different these problems are still "in the pro-
bring a friend. stores including WalMartand cess" of being worked out.
a major food supermarket, were The decision
corporation's original
Class of 1977. first in 1985 the
.. proposed May by to locate a store here was basedon
corporation but no action was takenon
'Mtq :i the results of an extensive
Members of the Class of 1977 of ds 4 site
.n a purchase planned on
,. ;, Bradford High School will meet at US-301. marketing survey and research of
a 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 23, at the The latest information about the the growth patterns in a three-
,' Starke Center of Santa Fe Com- obtained county area, with Starke as the hub.
; project The
was by
1 During the evaluation period the site
; munity College to plan a class reu- Telegraph from Tony Miller, vice-
was visited personally! by Samual
{. nion. I
M1 Vh president of Horne Properties, Inc.,
Moore Walton, founder of the huge
& BHS Alams to Meet... a Bartow developmental Florida.company located in Wal-Mart chain which now includesover I
750 stores in a 20-stete trade
$' The BHS Alumni Association will territory.

r. meet at 7 p.m. tonight (Thursday, Miller said plans to expand the Other Walton enterprises include
vy Sept. 18) in the high school library. Winnn Dixie shopping center in the Sam's Wholesale Clubs and
Starke 'delayed" the corporation'splans Walton's Ben Franklin Stores.
along with difficulties findinga The Telegraph will release further :
*, Fall Clean-Up.. major grocery food store chain to information on the project as it

: Help make Starke shine for the locate in their proposed shopping becomes available. ,;
i big events coming in October. See center
The site McElroy met two months ago with
of the
editorial 4A for details. proposed shopping 4
on Page of
center is now owned by KOA Cam- Jerry Wilson, a representative
Historical pgrounds, which, according to a Horne Properties, to try to finalizethe
; Meeting...
( .A spokesman, will stay at the present sale of the KOA land to the firm
,- Bring an interesting artifact or location until a final decision is for development of the shopping
" anecdote of local history to the made. complex.
1 Historical Society meeting tonight The construction work for the proVJect McElroy reported then that only

(Thursday, Sept. 18); 7:30: p.m. in Did We Have A Good Time 'ho'o,*.*.."*,/uu.an sod lon .-' would have! employed up 250 "insignificant details" remained to
What.
Friday Night or himself and
the SFCC conference room, Old .. people during its peak period accor- be ironed out between

1, Courthouse. Coach Mike Sexton's demeaner tells .I.hp'story ofThe Bils band wa"Ae'IJigi.:>biJ lft 1right rTop+ ,k..ctI\1i'; 't:iK: .*MUtF.t@s: f pFovtted \b i ,:the firm and predicted that that sale .' .
'would: be set at their iteM electing tube /
rw Bradford High's 33-0 shellacking at the'hands of Class'nado followers. Polishing Its program in summer heat'2A Miller; with many-oT tne Workers being ,
held within the next two weeks.
Gator QB'ers... Jefferson County High. at Camp Blanding for a week and after school practice drawn from the local community with the store
But the cheerleaders kept up the chatter and had fun. the Marching Tornadoes seemed in mid-season form. for temporary employment. Miller Difficulties grocery
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Bo Bayer, UF recruiting coordinator From left below, Jennifer Brown Brooke Williams, At rigid attention Is freshman flute player Mince also said it was likely that the storesin chain, however, has delayed the pro-
"i is scheduled to speak toM and Allison Ivey. Ferguson. the planned shopping plaza would ject.
:. the Gator QB Club at 7 p.m. tonight
(Thursday, Sept. 18) at the Starke
Goli' & Country Club. Hospitality
I' hour 6:30: p,m. Meeting 7 p.m.
Wall and Woods
iod.,: Speaker coordinator.: Bo. Bayer, UF recruiting Run-Off Set Tuesday

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A bus trip to Staricville! Miss for
the Mississippi State game Sept. 27 Challenger Ed Wall and incumbent turnout, about 35 percent, is expected Ed Wall.
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is set. Some seats still available. Travis Woods are on a one-race by City Clerk Neil Tucker.
d Call NOW, Marty Barry, 964-6300, second primary ballot this Tuesday, Three council seats were up for reelection Ed Wall, 39, has worked for for the
1 or Ada Reddish, 9647910. The bus Sept. 23, for the Group 5 seat on the Group 1 Commissioner public defender's office for the past
departs Starke the morning of the Starke commission. Bobby Biggs had no opposition. eight years. For four years before
27th, returns Sunday night, Sept. Group 3 incumbent Commissioner that Wall was a jailer and dispatcherfor
28. Price includes travel, hotel, and In Starke, voting is still citywide.Any Jimmy Crosby won re-election Sept. the Sheriff's Department and
game tickets. of the 2,325 registered votersare 9 to his fourth term, going 568-452 by went to college at the same time. He
r.4 A trip is set to the Kentucky eligible to vote in the race. challenger Terry Games. has a bachelor's degree in criminal
er game Nov. 15, departing Fri., Nov. Voting will take place in the City justice and sociology from the
, 14, and returning Sunday, Nov. 16. Hall on Thompson Street from 7 a.m. University of North Florida in ,

until 7 p.m. Tuesday. Travis Woods... Jacksonville.Wall i
" is married to the former Jo
A Class of 41 Invite...
Travis Woods, 45, graduated from
Ann Walker of Starke, who is a
All graduates of Classes 1940-1949 Three term incumbent Woods Bradford High and has lived in the registered nurse. They have two
are invited by the BHS Class of leads the way into Tuesday's vote by Starke for the past 28 years. children: Kim, 12, and Chris, 10. i
e 1941 to a Dutch Treat luncheon 26 votes over challenger Wall, an In- He has Deen employed by by the y
beginning at 1:30 p.m. Oct. 25 at vestigator for the Starke .publicdefender's r state for the past 23 years and is currently Originally from Milwaukee Wall
the Western Steer Steakhouse.For office. Losing out in the 44 supervisor of the Starke officeof was in the Navy and stationed, in ,
reservations, call Louise Sept. 9 first primary voting was R the Division of Drivers License of Jacksonville when he
met his wife
Stern 964-5614, Dorothy Alvarez challenger Philip Nichols who trail- t +l the Highway Safety and Motor and they settled in Starke. While in,
ed Wall by 21 votes.
Novis Ward Vehicles.
964-8194
or
anytime
x. the Navy, Wall served two tours of
964-7454 after 6 p.m. 'S. --- ....'" Woods Is married to the former duty in Vietnam. .:r
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t' The BHS Class of 1941 still needs Ann Joyner. They have two children, commissioners
City
addresses and phone numbers for: It is a quiet second primary in the ChallengerEd Chanda and Jason, who attend Brad- for and are elected Thel IncumbentTravis
two-year terms
Billy Griffis, Troy Loadholtz, city, as was the first primary. A low Wall ford schools. per month. are paid $400 Wood I

h Madge Gay, Mary Townsend.
Please contact C. Keen, Rt. 1, Box

r 904/533-2652 643 mation, Starke about, FL if these you 32091 have persons., phone any Infor- Phone Companies Set Swap of Local ExchangesNegotiations I


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Open Houses are under way to Taliaferro of Centel based in mission, the boards of directors of communications needs of our Southern Bell's Jacksonville
swap the three local telephone exchanges Tallahassee. customers and into the future. operating area Havana and
: Set at BUS Vo-Tech... both companies and the execution ofa
and Graceville are adjacent to Centel
Starke, Kingsley Lake, Areas which can be called locally, definitive transfer
? Meet the teachers of your Lawtey, to Southern Bell for two exchanges rather than by long distance,will not agreement. "We look forward, too, to becoming operations in Tallahassee.
children at an open house to which in west Florida, Havana be changed by the trade, Coleman an active part of the community.: Centel serves some 5,000
you are invited: and Graceville, to the Central said. He said Southern Bell is willingto Commenting on Southern Bell's Wherever we operate we participate customers in Starke, Lawtey, and
Vo-Tech Center, Monday, Sept. Telephone Company of Florida work with this area on getting an move to this area, Bob Coleman, in those activities that make for a Kingsley Lake. Southern Bell has a
good place to live and work. We fully like number in Havana and
22, 7 p.m. (Centel). enhanced 911 emergency telephone district SB manager in Gainesville
. BHS, Tuesday, Sept. 23, 7 p.m. Announcement of the proposed which would locate the said, "Southern Bell.looks forwardto intend to become a part" of the life of Graceville.
Ninth grade parents are requested transfers, expected to occur in the pace of an emergency when the serving the people of Starke, our new exchanges. The companies did not state the
, to meet in the media center im- first quarter of 1987, was made caller picks up the telephone to dial Lawtey and Kingsley Lake. For over The two companies say the value of the exchanges involved in
mediately following the open house. wednesday Sept. 17, by Bob Col- 911. 100 years, we have placed the transfers would enable each to serve the transfers. They have been appraised -
eman, district( manager in customer first in whatever we do. customers more efficiently and ef Coleman said.
.. Gainesville for Southern Bell; J.C. We will continue that tradition here. fectively. Starke, Lawtey and Centel took over phone service
Upcoming. Petrock, manager for Southern Bell The transfer is subject to approval Our goal will be to provide ever- Kingsley Lake are adjacent to Clay here Jan. 1 after a trade with the
-The Alumni Association of Brad- in Lake City, and, and Len by the Florida Public Service Com- improving service that meets the and Alachua Counties served by Continental Telephone Company.
' ford High is set to meet at 7 p.m.
tonight (Thursday, Sept. 18) in the

high The school second library.primary election for Vo-Tech Enrollment 75 Below Projections May Pick Up 1
,
, the Group 5 Starke commissionseat ..
is set Tuesday, Sept. 23. In- Vo-Tech Center enrollment at this 'center are going welland that the semi-true
Travis 33 GED Diplomas... four used 1978 model **, administrative suite at Starke
cumbent Commissioner time is some 75 students less than parking lot is full every night. awarded valued at $38,000, to the vo-tech com Elementary, a remodeling of the
Wall school
Woods and challenger Ed are High diplomas were
projected, but Vo-Tech Director mercial vehicle truck driving class. built in 1954
BHS auditorium plus
the finalists. Millard Brown told the school board Brow., said the lack of a career to 33 persons at the school board
!fJ, -The September meeting of the Monday night, Sept. 15, he expects to day to allow high school students to meeting.Two graduates appeared to Architect Hired... several walkway projects.
Starke Zoning Board is set for 7 be the in October. become familiar with what is of- receive their diplomas.
. p.m. Thursday, Sept. 25: in the near projection fered at the vo-tech center is one Adult Coordinator Charles Spiros Drives, a Starke resident Sept. 29 Workshop..,
, Starke city hal Student enrollment in agriculture, reason for the lower enrollment. Thomas told the school board that and an employee of the Duval County The board set a workshop Mon
-A special meeting of the Brad- industrial arts is down, and business Catherine Griffin scored 357 on the School Board, has been employedas day, Sept. 29, to study a news.
ford school board is set at 7 p.m. course enrollment is down a few Crowded Classrooms... GED, very high.Saxophone architect for the Bradford School .. 3ACorrection.
Monday, Sept. 29, for a workshop students over what was projected, Supt. Jim Duncan said a teacher Board. rag
I on a telephone system and the Director Brown said under questionIng and a half time aide have been Board member Len Schlofmansaid -
/ I school system's computer system, by School Board Member Len employed to alleviate crowded con- Stolen... he thought a reasonable fee for ....!
plus several items of action including Schlofman. ditions in first grade, 34 enrolled, A parent asked if the school board the several small projects, totaling its 11 edition
In Sept.
,.; a decision on this year's "We're bringing them in and and kindergarten, 33 enrolled, at will help pay for a saxophone stolen some $900.000.. would be 6.5 percent. The
J meritorious school program.The working on it," said Director Brown. Hampton Elementary. And a first from the middle school music room Drivas said if that was an offer, he Telegraph incorrectly named the
of the has of when left overnight for repairs. At would accept and did. Drivas also Crosley Manufacturing Co. and In-
. September meeting The vo-tech center a program grade teacher has been transferred the
r ,. Zoning Board of is set to meet at 7I visiting students who have droppedout from Southside Elementary to the suggestion of Board Member agreed to charge no more than $30 Mark correctly Mullins spelled in name of owner
)r(. p.m Tuesday.Sept. 30, in the of school and attempting to get Lawtey Elementary where there are Rodney Hall, the matter was turned per hour for work not involving any headed "Two Firms a Page Honored 1 article
I St.irkecity hall. them to return and complete their 62 students in kindergarten.HE over to attorney Terry Brown. of the planned projects. State." by

The second primary election of education. Principal Mary Ann Kyle also Construction plans this year 'include The Telegraph apologizes for
of Florida and local Jim Duncan said the thanked 4 Trucks Donated... the
the Stale candidates Supt. eveningand the school board for a new building or repairing a park- errors.
is Tuesday, Sept. 30. adult programs at the vo-tech cafeteria stove. Ploof Trucking Co. has donated ing lot:at Southside Elementary, an The Editor

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U>' Sue Davis; minimum ol !huff!. ol students making plaque, rifogmiiittf his! tireless! el-
.. ,. Id linker! ('''''i espomlt'lil' signil l'-.lnl gums on the CTBS, and foils, in helping( Principal) MfU.ietonstriut }
t'aients" WI'delighted to learn have active faculty and parent input \\all"'l lhi staK '''fa to
that Brook" Elementary, thesmallest HIM hool affairs' make new conquer( cenler. '
t school in the county, has Each lulltiinc instructional
; : x'1 achieved the recognition of being a employee should receive a bonus ol Halloween Carnival...
HUM it vi'hool. approximately $1,500 under theMerit Also discussed ul the Sept.,'11
: The announcement was.made at :.School' award. Non- meeting were plans for the lIa 11'0-
II.q 1 t the I lust meeting of the BrookerKleincntary hINt'.U\\illlwl employees shouldreceiver ween Carnival, s'll'ol' October 2',>.
tot H. CIIP PTA last Thursday hall that amount.Kt't.uc' The I'TA hopes to clear $5,000( lhiycal" :-!
I II. A Make to help
niKhl.Sepl tciiincllort of hard rangements(
+ work l hy students support of parents llonoi) 1',1.! .. \this year. l hy culling Uie.: ,school
and superior (teaching and leadership ..l.ikiKr 'Hi ii 4U5-18U.
ol the !school; stall; combined toproduie
the results of which the I
coiniiHiinty is very proud said Principal II I
Bill) Mcllae1.
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Assistant Sup! Dewey McKinley
Keene\ Honored with Plaque... 'I fowler principal of BE, 'con- (
We Made It...! Hr. lul.iled the community and l
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\1\\OI>H doing| 101111I1'1 lliiiiK/ for Krookt-r Kleiimil.u.l.iko Keene rereIted .
I.'.' >K"i;hool on a very successful 1085 86
iririM'd this |>l.iiiie| liom I'liiu-lp.il Kill! .\,.lilla.A..1, Siiil.| I IJ"I'h'IIIIIII' > that IliiNikri IIena: .nlary IK. ii MrillSchool. and sUited that now as in the past,
: i. IIII'I/othi./ ri'TiiMsi'ivi! Wanda ist/tum il is ill Irll. Bronkcr is extremely proud) and sup- The first business collegiate school in the U.S.. still regarded by many top
(IMH s'(we of its fine school. corporate executives as the world's greatest, was the Wharton School of
The merit schools program Is a Finance and Commerce, established in 1881 by the University of Pennsylvania -
slate sponsored effort started A $100,000 gift from Joseph Wharton made It possible.

I Santa Fe Community College Week Declared several in; which, years students ago to make reward significant schools s

gains( on the Comprehensive Tests of
Basic Skills (CTBS), under the FREE BAR-B-QUE
Sept 224 has been declared Sept 29, lb and; house, the Santa Ke Community lenewed emphasis on stressing the
"Santa Fe Community College "WHEREAS Santa (Fe Community College SUirke! Center on Call Street basics in education- reading, writing
Week by the Bradford County Commission College has continued to serve the has made a college education a and arithmetic. These skills are Thursday, Sept. 25 at 6:30 I
in a resolution adopted this educational nc'edof:! this county for possible dream for Bradford County tested yearly by a comprehensivetest
week 20 years and; resicdcnts, and given to students nation
The resolution, sign 'd by Commissioner "WHEREAS more than 2,000 "WE the members of the Brad- wide in grades K-12. Scores are corn-
Chairman EL. (Nook) Nor graduates of Bradford, High School ford County Commission do hereby pa red to,other students for a national -
man reads: have taken at least one class at Santa proclaim the week of September percentile ranking.The VOTE
"WHEREAS the first college Fe Community College, and; 22-29 as "Santa Fe Community Col- Quality Incentives Program I
class was taught here, in Bradford "WHEREAS with the completion lege Week" as an expression of the established by the Florida
Countv under the auspices ol Santa of its /first year in the renovated county's pride in i its own community Legislature provides for a plan to be Bill ALDERMAN
,, ,. ... hi.'nri" WniHtoff' Pnnntv Cour
J\ IllnlAV ( "11 OO none M rt" nw college. submitted by each individual county
Bradford, County submitted a County Commissioner District 4'I'
I BHS Reunion Plans Come plan in two separate parts: I
TogetherThe AI) Attendance incentives and tuition ,..
reimbursement for teachers. \
189U-1986 BHS I'cunion. sponsored set at the Mai''ko CenU'i ol S.inla Fe also: lKking for volunteers to help H) Merit School Plan- provided for VOTE AND ELECT k
by the BHS Alumni Association (Communits College front noun until with the exhibit., recognition( for schools which had a
is coming together, says Linda 4 pin October 24
) Hildebran chairperson, of the The Alumni Association Is still J' ;1.
"reunion. seeking items! fur the exhibit which AlliERlAN\: l\t: I IIt
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An open house for all retired trill he held.it. the( high I-ol'llllUllihl'al'Y
... teachers. is set from! 2.4 pin at the all day Friday. Sept. :24! Please. write THANK YOUThank '
Seas ki WornID'S Club. 01 call' the high school if ;>ou have -
An open house for the )puhln' is: also any ill'III.lo loan. '1'lie As.>oi.i I
---- You to all of you who supportedme DISTRICT 4 ,J ,

r in my bid for City Commission, Group

Beauty Shop 3. your Vote & Support

Will Be Appreciated
"Yr 597 Raiford RoarJ Also Thank You to everyone who voted k
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Special Zotos September 9th, you've shown you care

about the future of Starke. 9/10 Mile East of
,.(lades Hampton on CR 18

";:' 11 2000 Perms ShamPoo cut (Look for Sign)

SSetr Thanks again,

1964- 75701 A. Gainesp
Terry
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Chinese, Italian or Mexican and I don't know
restaurant and what to eat.
I g E order r'Ightfrom the "I LOVE desserts!"
'yy menu, Go to a cocktail Now, with these
party and helD yourself i booklets, you'll have!he .
to some hot hors '1' answers to most of the
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before find it by chance.Don't still/lose weight faster
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might end up cutting an underground telephone cable by mistake. Just call -....;,' "f1. st"
Centel 24 hours before you break ground. Our technician will come out to -.::..= HIM Rctiisiruiiun tec.$14 U.OO.(Ml .
Manny
anH either "all clear ifthere is buried cable I'o ...i; Hi!.
your work site give you an or ', '-'..,. Ku ul.ir I'nic I 110
he'll show you where it's safe to dig. YOU SAVE.. $13.00

Damaging a buried cable could put phone service out for hundreds of Offer Ends September 27, 1986 Madeline Miller-Pineda.

people. And in case of emergency that would put the fire and police out of Area Director

Come to the Weight Watchers meeting nearest you.

reach.This service is free from Centel. So if you're planning to dig, don't ,
Tallahassee call 'NEW AND RENEWING MEMBERS PLEASE ARRIVE 15 MINUTES PRIOR TO TIMES LISTED.
chance finding a buried cable. Give us a call first. area

877-6688 and Ft. Walton Beach area call 863-3171. "

I I LAKE BUTLER STARKE '

'.". Union Co. Library First United Methodist Church .' .r"r" :'': ::, '" ,

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County Economic The chairman added that the committee retail and service .anesses, with Bureau headquartered in Rosemont,
-. ;.. Development Corp.'s (BCEDC) is being[ expanded so that the more construction:a M real estate IL.and which has a regional office in
e.. $300,000 capital fund campaign is off campaign may be completed on activity, New families moving into Atlanta 1 GA The company has rais
to a highly encouraging start, accor schedule. the area would also be of benefit to ed over $130 billion in its 70-year
". ding to Campaign Committee Chair The initial response is "highly encouraging the school system.Tomlinson history McLaughlin has 30 years"x-
t i iL ds man J.E. Tomlinson. ,"Tomlinson says and"is also said that contributions perience professional fund raising
M "We are already past the one-third indicative of the recognition on the to the campaign are tax deductible and has worked with cities as far
mark of our campaign goal of pact of I he area's business and pro north n. Kllsworth, Maine, as far
4 $300,000," Tomlinson reports, "and fessional: individuals that new clean A second report in the standings of northwest us Portland, Oregon, and
that lOO,000-plus has been raised In, industry is a must for the future the campaign s subscriptions will be as far southwest us Sun City,
the first week of our five week campaign. -; development of Starke and its made next week.Campaign Arizona, and in lh s southeast to
." neighboring communities in Brad Tampa, FL. The is n?. first
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Tomlinson also announced that', ford I County" The BCKDC has, as Chamber or local development vii: ',.
Orian Wells is serving as the fund- Us immediate goal, the bringing in McLaughlin has participated in.
raising committee's vice-chairman, ol. in the next I three years, newmanulacluring Director..
and that other committee membersare plants with at least Henry{ T. McLaughlin of New Decrease the
as of press time: Jack Eckdahl, Hit) employees to the area.It Smyrna Beach has been employedas
Susan Faulkner, J.R. Flynn, John I! is estimated that achievement the campaign director. Chance of Cancer
Miller Mark Mullins, Kay Norman, ol this objective will result in Increased McLaughlin is a professional fund
Ken Teal, and Richard and Pat Wel' \ employment and volume in raiser emoloyed by American City
ly. Long-term overexposure to the
J .5.. sun's ultraviolet rays may cause

: skin cancer or melanoma, among

Green, Hobbs Win Improvement Award... New Vo-TechTruck, Driving Range is ReadyHay cate other that effects.regular Recent use of studies broad spectrum indi-- I

Law partners n..\. (lln//y) (Green ,left and Johnny Hobbs accept the sunscreens have been shownto
Itnulford Improvement Award for August from Committee Chairperson reduce the risks of damage ,
At three less
i Snsiin; Faulkner days than two years Sli-2m: east of Starke:With the help Vickers, superintendent for caused by overexposure. Broad
fireen mil llolibs have turned the former T.T. Long home on the new$250,000 commercial vehicle ol School Board Member Rodney Columbia Paving Co. which putdown spectrum suncare products, suchas I
truck driving range on SU-230 east of I Hall I I, who is the asphalt, said the vo-tech
Washington. Street into a showplace, for heir law offices! including redoing Starke is Sergeant-Major Rodney Shade Sunscreens, screen both
complete, but engineer Hall In the had the in
National Guard crews roadway graded
the oak floors.
original
Jerome Kelley was not present for a negotiated a joint-use agreementu good shape. of the sun's ultraviolet (UV) A andB
final inspection Wednesday morn- Hh the National Guard for the drivIng The SR-230 site was chosen after radiation. Overexposure to these
Ing, Sept. 17, which has delayed the range at no cost to the school 'residents protested other sites, such rays may also cause excessive dryness -
range being used. hoard. Former school board as the school farms off US-301 north, premature aging and wrinkled
k School board members visited the, member and chairperson Patricia because of the noise of the big skin.
newly completed driving range at 8 Spenglcr was also instrumental in trucks. There are no homes near the I always recommend regular use
a.m. Wednesday but refused to :approve negol uiling for the site lor the range. new range. of sunscreens.
it until receiving a written
recommendation from engineer

Kelley. The of finally board met approving with the the intention Due to circumstances beyond my control..My Thank You ad did not appear in

kza; 'M range after being told Monday night, last week's newspaper. Remember to go to the polls on Tuesday, September 23rd
t Sept. 15, by Vo-Tech Director
k y. ) b.,1-. F 1., Millard Brown that the range needed and vote.
to be inspected this week and that
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Kelley could be there Wednesday
morning. However, Kelley was in i f fI
St.Augustine on other business,

tech Brown The center's new said driving Wednesday commercial range morning.for vehicle the vo- I would like to thank each !

truck driving class was built with a fort
special $250,000 state legislative appropriation : and every one of you
secured two years ago

Bill with Grant.the help With of then students State from Senator the i your vote and support on i :

vo-tech's heavy equipment class doing
most of the grading and preparation September
work, it took two years to build
: +YM1. the ..
range.
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1 'y p Director Brown wants final ap- ..
\ proval on the range so the 12-14
v trucks in the class can use it. I Will Your Vote"i
Appreciate
;. i The driving range, paved 24 feet
N I wide, has a straight-a-way of 3,795
4 feet on the east side. The are two i Again on Tues. Sept. 23
right turns and a curved north, ,
._ ..,......_ ".__.C.HU.-..'.. .._ south, and west side and a total circumference -
of 1.6 miles.It i City Commission
would be a $1 million job if out- ..
A $1,000 Winner at Winn-Dixie... side professional firms had been '
I 5
Susan Kii ear old accept a $1,000 check from hired to build the range, said newly : Group :
\Vliin-li\io i.Manager: n"nd,11lllIon.: :Mrs. Hi lIon won the money with appointed school board architect .. ..
Bingo coupons., an ;uh crtisingprunedinn.Allist ri'porlshe'sstillholding. Spiros Drivas who inspected the site I W l'J-a d.4/ i
'. .' Wednesday morning. ,1 PO POI.AUV --- ----- -.-..- I
onto the nlOlII') Ilioliaml 041)' ;* gvU the lucky number when he j
buy IViii|>crs Himi-li\ie;'Mrs. Kigclon said. Asked if!she would share The range is built inside the err.*.***
.... ,..- '". the wenbWwiMLtnsb. : .'\",' fII..-JhJtt"/(1'tl'l l'd:' rp .,,,,,--""- ""'-" .twestern edge of Camp Blanrling onl-I
There. hate been "several $IOn award winners at the Starke W-D store,
and /-(1111I111I1111)/( $10 and $:i cash I prises.




Vo-Tech (from page 1A)


tclepiume system which Supt.! Jim operation oil I Washington Street, NOTICE0FTAX INCREASEOn
Duncan says is badly needed, to considered a safety hazard.
hear a report on the school system's!
WW computer system! and to take In other action, the school board:
action on a few items including a Awarded bids on $9,502 in band
recommendation on a Quality Incentives instruments.
Program from the teacher's .Approved a total of $42,000 in In-
June 2 1986 Hollingsworthvoted
union, the Bradford Education Pro structional supplements. Rep. Wayne
gram. .Approved vo-tech and community -

On Loading Huses... salary schedules.education for community Set fee$7 and per education hour registration as the In- to cut your homestead exemption and

Buses loading at Bradford High structors. tax! More than 40,000
beginning today Thursday, Sept. .Extended the appointment of increase your property
18)) in the bus loading area at BUS, school board attorney Terry Brown
rather than on Washington Street. two months, until a new board is homes will pay higher taxes Wayne
Buses will line up along the seated, on a motion by board area
covered walkway, Register said. It member Judy Becker, seconded by
has been a goal of the administrationfor Len Schlot'man. Brown was not present Hollingsworth voted to load the little man with
some time to eet 'the bus loadino for the meeting


even more taxes.

I' Worth Noting......



Pre-Hetirement: :V. Active Seniors... Doug Nichols' record is one of low tax rate

Learn By Mail... The Senior Center offers various

Retirement years can be a great activities needlework for senior,citizens macrame including -, exercises and a lot of service for the dollar.

phase of life. It affords the oppor- bingo, etc.
tunity to do all of those things you The Center is open Monday
never had time to do while working through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4
p.m. and is located behind the new
Planning for retirement, courthouse on the corner of Grand Look at the record Wayne Hollingsworth ;
however, is a major consideration. and Georgia Streets. ,
It can make the difference between Contact Beverly McGee or

enjoying struggling those through leisure them.years or Teresa information.Wood at 964-4543 for more and higher taxes..or Doug Nichols for the

It is never too early to begin
planning, especially if you are looking Call-In Program... Florida Senate.It's .
; at retirement in five or 10 A morning call-in service to
years. The Extension Service Is offering assist senior citizens who are aloneis
a six part LearnByMailseries offered by the Starke Police
to assist you in preparing for Department,.,\ cording to Chief I
retirement. Information will be Jimmy Bowen 1\;
(sent; to your home for your conve To become involved in the program Nichols or nothing \
nience. a citizen is asked to register ,
If interested, contact the Extension with the Police Department then J
Office, phone 4-6280, Ext. call in before 10 a.m. each day. !
281. After 10 a.m. the Police Dept. will
check on those citizens who have
Surplus Sale... not called in. If there is no answer,
a police officer will visit the "r
A School Board surplus property residence. I If
goes on sale every Wednesday from Chief Bowen reminds the public f
1-3 p.m. at the Operation Center off that the service is available Nibhols
Orange Street behind Bradford. .'s
Middle School. Community Band...

The items, including materials, The newly organized Bradford .
equipment and furniture are pre- County Community Band, directedby
For more information,
priced. Jim Peronto, is looking for more
phone U64-8780. '
members.
Class meets at 7:30 p.m. each
Square Dance... Monday in the Bradford Middle StateSenate
School band room. Twenty-four
Each Tuesday, 8 p.m., Kingsley members are on the role so far and :'
Lake Civic Center Plus level. more are expected. Call the Vo- .' !t:. J.IJ
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Mainstream dance, first Saturday Tech Center, phone 964-6150, for .,
of each month, same place, 7 information.It AT'
p.m. workshop, 8 p.m. mainstream more doesn't matter If you haven't DISTRICT 5 D' E. M 0 C A

dam'c. played in 20( years, come anyway ..
If interested in square dance says Director Peronto Members so MID POLITICAL AD
lessons, please l'nll)1I711i5\ ; : for far are high school grads 'rom the 'i.>. i
more information. 5s() tios,70a and 80s. J
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Ir Forty Years Ago Starke Staged Its Biggest Bash for General Wainwright

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Friday, Sept. 26coming up next week- $4,000 cost is being underwritten by county ;. : \ .,
will mark the 40th Anniversary of Starke and city governing boards and public "
biggest blast and bang-up celebration--a subscription. 1
combined tribute to General Johnathan M. "Sparked by a crack company of
Wainwright, the "Hero of Bataan," and Parachute Infantry from Fort Bragg,
Bradford County veterans of World War II. N.C., Saturday's parade will be further
high-lighted the Jacksonville Naval Air
by
has Bradford
Never before or since,
Station Band, the 82nd Airborne Infantry
event of this magnitudenot -
H County staged during an Starke's Centennial Division Band from Fort Bragg, and
even Bolles Military School Band from Jackson-
Celebration in 1957
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.I' ville. qr t- ylryfk
N.D. (Noon) Wainwright, a Starke insurance -
"The visiting military unit, Co. G., 505th
,was servo
man and former Mayor Parachute Infantry, is composed of select
ing as Representative in the Legislature at Call with
troops who will parade Street
that time. He took a long shot and invitedthe nickle-plated rifles. The 138 men, here ; 't J ,
distant relative, to
famed General, a .
from Fort Bragg at the request of Con-
pay Starke the honor of a visit as guest of i A tY hl' -
gressman Joe Hendricks,a native of Bradford
56 and, to his surprise
American Legion Post '
County, is billeted at Camp Blanding. ,
II hero accepted.
the World War
Preceding the parade, planes from
That did ill! Starke and all Bradford Jacksonville NAS will stage a thrilling air .;. ,
County shifted into high gear and, with the show. $" + '
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of Camp Blanding, the State Officialdom Here r, ,i
Jacksonville NAS, and State officials,
wrapped up a glamorous package described "Starke will become a figurative 'little
by the Florida Times-Union as a State capital' for the day, with Governor
"tumultous greeting to General Johnathan Millard F. Caldwell and most of his
M Wainwright, and a heart-warming cabinet on hand. Among State officials .r
welcome home to Bradford County's 'war who have accepted invitations to attendare

veterans Secretary of State R.A. Gray, Attorney ( : 1
"Not since the hectic days of Camp Blan- General J. Tom Watson, Comptroller, -
ding construction has excitement in Starke Lee, Commissioner of Agriculture Nathan ...
been at such fever pitch," the T-U con- Mayo, and State School Superintendent

tinued. "Call Street is gay with buntingand Cohn English. Starke's Biggest Day ?
in the air is that indefinable atmosphere Rep. Emory H. Price and R -p. Hen-
of expectance that lightens the dricks will be on hand, and other State Flag-draped Call Street greeted General Wainwright riding In lead car with
step and brightens the eye of mankind on notables expected are F.E. Bayless, chair- Governor Millard. Caldwell. Army Navy, and local bands followed the r
the threshold of any great event. man of the State Road Department; Dr. dignataries with Air Force planes flying overhead. Call Street was still paved t

Killed the Fatted Calf John J. Tigert, president University of with brick, now covered with black-top. 9 'SMc&l u
Florida Federal
Judge A.V. Long,
; Kar right) Gen. Wainwright, Rep. Noon Wainwright, and "brass" escort
"Bradford County has literally 'killed Gainesville; Adjutant Gen. Vivian Collins
the fatted calf' for its returned servicemen St. Augustine; and Col.! R.E. Howe,head ofthe make dampness.way to VIP speakers' platform with dress uniforms showing visible signsof

and 300 of this region's choicest Florida Military District.
beeves are over the barbecue pits, simmering -

above glowing oak coals in Gen. Wainwright will arrive by plane at
Fast Horses Extra PoliceEven
for tomorrow's
feast.
preparation the Jacksonville NAS and will be escortedto ;

"Mushrooming to spectacular proportions Starke by a motorcade of Bradford at that, the TU's glowing predic- G
with the acceptance by General County citizens. Believed to be the most tions proved to be an understatement. In .yf r43f
Wainwright of an invitation to attend, this spectacular celebration ever planned by a addition to the military and political
gigantic celebration has called into action town of comparable size, Starke's 4,500 dignataries on hand, The Telegraph ,
practically every civic group in Starke. population will be swelled for the day to an reported that "The fastest horses in this I
Sponsored by American Legion Post 56, its estimated 15,000"


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--: section of Florida will compete in racing General Wainwright came home to a con-
l..' events at 10 a.m. on the unpaved graded queror's welcome as the Hero of Corregidor" "You have given the world a shining example -
of fortitude and self-
road parallelling State Road 230 at the east patriotic
sacrifice, President Roosevelt wrote in a
end of Call Street.
/t! "To him had fallen the hopeless, heart
to the defeated
message general, adding:
Mayor Charles Darby asked all Starke breaking task of defending the Philippinesafter "The calm determination of leader-
residents to leave their cars at home for the islands had been cut off from all your
ship in a desperate situation sets
fi the day, to provide parking space for out- aid in the early months of World War II. He'and dard of duty for our soldiers throughout a stan
Jl ; of-town visitors. Call Street was roped off the courageous men of his command the world. You and devoted followers
c through the business district, and Temple fought on until his food and ammunition have become the living your symbols of our war
exhausted and there alter-
were was no
Ave. (now U.S. 301) was closed from the aims and the guarantee of ultimate vic-
native but to surrender to the
Old Courthouse tn the USO (School Board Japanese. tory."
offices). Fifteen policemen (13 more than
the two-man regular force) were on duty "After that bitter experience came three It is generally agreed that it was Waln-
Get Ready for Visitors I throughout the day. with a complementfrom years, three months and 18 days of miseryin wright's last-ditch stand that held back the
the Jax NAS and an MP detachment a Japanese* prison camp, where'he was' Japanese until the U.S. got its hands up to
plus the' State Highway Patrol "in full beaten and subjected to indignities by an fight again after the knock-out blow at

With two big events coming up in they need assurance that there will be force". arrogant enemy. Pearl Harbor. As Secretary of War Stim-

OctoberThe Starke Festival of the adequate and desirable housing for A First Aid Station was set up and main- "General Wainwright took command of son the put it: "By prolonging the defense of

Arts Oct. 18-19 and the BHS 90th An- their employees.A tained throughout the day in the Old Armory American forces in the Philippines when Philippines General Wainwright immobilized -
a large enemy army for sufficient -
General MacArthur was ordered to
across from BHS, with two am- }
niversary Alumni Homecoming, Oct. clean and attractive city is also one bulances on call. Australia in March 1942 to become time to permit the forces to be mar

24-25, Starke has every reason to makea of the key elements in the Blue Chip Six thousand pounds of barbecued beef Supreme Allied Commander in the advance.shaled which" finally stopped. the Japanese :

super effort to put our best foot for- Program, for which Starke has been and 2,500 loaves of bread were consumed Southwest Pacific. The Philippines were'' f I

ward in order to give the thousands of certified, and the city and its citizensare during the day, plus Brunswick stew doomed, and everyone knew it, but Wain- 1

visitors who will be here on these two obligated to provide this factor prepared by Commissioner E.L. Crawford wright had hope.went on to fight a battle that never Senior Citizens...

occasions a favorable impression of the which is of utmost importance in attrac- with 400 Ibs. of potatoes, 200 Ibs. of onions,
10 gallons of and Roosevelt Praises On-going
corn, 10 gallons of English weekly classes inmacrameneedlework
town and its environs. ting new industry as well as new peas, plus chickens and other meat. and Bible
residents to the community. "Bataan fell on April 9 and all survivorswho study are offered at the
This can be done only by a com- Senior
could possibly do so crossed the two-
Center.
wide effort, and steps have Starke has borne the brunt in recent Hero of CorregiaorIn mile channel separating Bataan peninsula arefree

already been taken to set the wheels in months of some unfair and negatively a tribute to General Wainwright The from Corregidor to make a last desperate There blood pressure
stand the island fortress in Manila hare readings every fourth Tuesday,
motion. The period from September slanted Telegraph wrote: on
publicity giving the impressionthat "... we will be paying homage to one of bor. All night long the war-weary fighters courtesy of Upjohn.
IB-TODAY-! October 17the day our town is the "home" of Florida'selectric the most gallant commanueis anu most braved Japanese .bombers and shark- The Center is open Monday

before the opening the Arts Festival- chair, and little else, in the eyes popular figures to emerge from World War infested waters to reach a place from through Friday, 8:30: a.m. to 4 p.m.,
will be devoted to a clean-up and of some writers who see only what they II. which they could continue the uneven and is located behind the new courthouse -

spruce-up drive spearheaded by the want to see and write about. This has "Although he lost a battle, it was a battle fight. In spite of their gallant resistance, Georgia on Streets.the corner Contact of Grand and

Highway Beautification Committee in had the unfortunate effect of making lost against overwhelming odds, and the 1942.inevitable surrender came on May 6, McGee and Teresa Woods Beverly, phone

cooperation with the Rotary and out-of-town readers, and TV viewers in 964.4545, for more information.Mole .

Kiwanis Clubs, the City of Starke, the of the country, associateStare

Board of Realtors, and any other in- solely with the prison and the

terested group. electric chair.

There is an old saying that "clothes Nothing could be farther from the County Agent's Notebook ---- ey Bobby TaylorSeveral I

make the man", and certainly, appearances truth, and the last two weekends in October -

make the city. This was impressed will be a golden opportunity to insects and related

on the Realtors at their meeting prove it to our many visitors. common in lawns in our area this pests time are of Fall Lawn InsectsAdult cricket baits with various amounts
Brings of active ingredients of Dursban
Baygon
Monday morning when they were told of year. Chinch bugs, spittlebugs and ber-
This month is the 40th ofStarke's or Malathion are available to
Anniversary -
the importance of their role in helping mudagrass mites suck plant juices. Some -
mole crickets homeowners. Be sure to follow directionson
memorable "General Wain- are readily attracted
bring new industrial payrolls to Starke such as mole crickets, white grubs and to lights the label when
applying pesticides.
wright Day" (see editorial page). If our billbugs live in the soil and damage the specially in the spring
and Bradford County. JE. Tomlinson, town and county can put forth the effortto plant roots. Others, including sod web- during their mating! liignts. Most of their
life, however is Tn
chairman of the Bradford County and ; spent the soil. During
worms armyworms, eat the
grass
Economic Development Corporation, stage an event of that magnitude, cer- leaves. To these groups can be added other periods burrow of drought or cold weather- they f LEI'TEH TO THE EDITOR:
tainly it can band together to stage a deeper until favorable '
insects and related pests, such as fleas,
told the group that before new industries temperatures and moisture
successful are reached.
clean-up campaignstarting
earwigs, millipedes, chiggers, sowbugsand
will come into a community NOW and continuing to October 17. snails that do not damage the lawn but Mole crickets are most active at night '
especially after rain
become nuisances because a or irrigation and --
may of their -
when the
temperature is above 70. When
biting people or crawling into houses
conditions such these Have a Heart
as exist
they will
garages, swimming pools, etc. come to the surface and make burrows
in Square Dance .
Insects are only one of the causesof
many
R the inch two of
thinning out or off-color areas in grass. upper or soil. Damage is Raises $3,254
Diseases, nematodes, dry weather and primarily through feeding on the roots, but
nutritional disorders their burrowing loosens the soil causing Letter To The Editor:
Don't let this happento are frequently
responsible for such injury. It is importantto the grass to dry out and sometimes We would like to take this opportunity to
..
.. become
completely uprooted. The thank
who in
participated
be sure of the cause so the treat everyone our
... ....." youlDemocratic! ment can be used promptly to proper correct the meandering burrows of mole crickets are "Have A Heart Dance" for Adam Hardy
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about /i-1 inch in diameter
and and .
_:1:. trouble without the needless waste of in easily seen Chris Campbell.We
short
mown grass or newly planted
pesticides and without further damage to areas. especially want to thank all the
and Republican nomineesfor the grass.Mole Since mole crickets have dancers and callers who donated their
only
crickets live in the soil and feed on one time, the merchants and banks
who
Governor on the State level and generation and
one per most
; year
On the surface it's mighty quiet, but grass roots. The adults are Ufa inches long hatch nymphs donated prizes the Middle School Staff,
County Commissioner and two School and light brown in color. The front legs are during May, it is possible to prevent ,
the fact remains that there s a Second most damage which later the Jr. Woman Club, the Bradford Coun-
Board occurs in the
members
the local
on level. short and stout and well adapted for tun-
and WPXE for
the .
ty Telegraph
Primary, with some important races neling through the soil year by proper timing of insecticide ap publicity.It
still to be decided on September 30. The importance of ONE vote was The eggs are laid in the spring, several plications. In university experiments best makes us realize what a warm and
again clearly demonstrated on inches below the soil surface. The nymphs results have been obtained by applying a caring people live in Bradford County.
Bradford County "did itself proud"again 2 when hatch In two weeks and bait with a low percentage of active ingre-
September one vote decided approximately dient. It is Donations to the dance have raised
by coming up with a 63 percent who would be in a run-off for School look like the adults except they are smaller evenly over very soil surfaces.important Baits to apply should baits be $3,254 to date for our fund. ,
turnout the First Primary- of the and lack fully developed wings. The nym-
in Board member in District Two. applied as damage
appears during July Have A Heart Dance Committee
phs develop throughout the and
highest vote percentages in the State. summer August, and before
it September Irrigate
Perhaps was YOU who failed to go to fall. The following spring they are mature
The County Supervisor of Elections is the polls and cast the vote that couldhave and ready to lay eggs. There is only one not applications and after applying sprays. Do
(hopefully) predicting a 45 percent tur- changed the result. generation per year. irrigate after applying baits. '
nout in the Second Primary ten days EacTuesday, 8pm., Kingsley
Don't be a Drop-oif-Drop-out on Lake Civic Center. Plus level.
from now. cNERgr The first Saturday dance at
September 30. If you won't be around on i "--

Let's not let her down!IDon't that day, be sure to cast an absentee September Kingsley Lake for the is cancelled special benefit In

dropout.An ballot. Bradford County has a traditionto dance in Starke.If .
be Second Primary
a uphold ... a tradition of being in the interested in square dance

election like ball "is not upper ranks of voting percentages in the lessons, please call 964-7955 for
a game The nation's first Presidential mansion was at No. 1 Cherry Street, more information.W. .
still important State. Your ONE vote will help to at the
over till it's over". There are corner of Franklin and Cherry Streets In New York. President and Mrs.
races to be decided-- uphold that tradition on September 30. Washington- lived there from 1789 to 1790. .

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/'" """". John Hall Jr. Hallie Marie Mason
Sgt.
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Club News ,."'. Married In August 18 Ceremony Falicia. Leeann Tyler I'

i' of theNews :Church Items Randall & Ditny Tyler of Starkc

The front yard of Mr.&Mrs.Willie James & children, Tiandra Hall, happily announce the birth of their
; A. Smith Sr., of Roanoke, VA, was Carl James & Jolanda James, all of daughter, Falicia Lepann. born
the setting when Sgt. John Hall Jr., Starke. Mr. & Mrs. Cash & son,Jav, August 25, 19811111 Shands Hospital in
WeddingsReceptions son of Mr. & Mrs. John Hall Sr., of Gainesville.
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'1'1,1 Brooklyn, NY, Dawn Hall, Vonda Maternal grandparents are
Starke, and Hallie Marie Mason, Hall, Mrs Freddie Johnson & sons, Loraine Tyler, Indianapolis, IN &
A r Parties. 1 1Vi daughter of Mrs. Loretta Mason & Ron & Eric, Mrs. Helen Johnson &' Calvin Compeau, Calif.
granddaughter of Mr. & Mrs. King children, Andre Hall, Genetta Paternal grandparents are Cecil
Mason, all of Roanoke, exchanged Johnson, Qunni Johnro i, all of Tyler, Waldo and Erlene Tyler,
t Ii. wedding vows August 18, 1986. J acksonv m(-. Starke. .
I Kerry Hall of Tampa served as his The Bride is a graduate of Patrick Great-grandmother is Ella
Pace-Norrls brother's best man. Shikeith Masonof Henry High School in Roanoke. She Legrante of Indianapolis, IN. Paternal -
Roanoke was ring bearer. is employed by Visual Advantage great-grandparents are Elma
i ir. To Wed Oct. 18 I.I I. Hostesses were Angela Steward & (advertising company) where she; Biggs of Lawtey and Jeanette Tylerof
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Calvin ,, Vonda lIall.Nuptial works in the Customer Service Lawtey.
Falicia joins a brother, Randall, 4,
Pace, announce the engagement of music was provided by Department.The
their daughter, Kimberly Ann, to Mr Charles Reynolds. Mrs. Frances Groom is a graduate of Brad- and a sister, Amanda, 3.
1i Joseph M. Norris, of Lake City, son t ti. Smith was wedding coordinator.Out ford High School and is currently in Marlene Clemons
:..' of Nathan E. Norris and the late i. of town guests were Mr. & the Army stationed in Mann Hcim, Audrey
Maude Wheeler Norris. Mrs. John Hall Sr., Nola Hall,Joann Germany.The Victor & Tommie Sue Clemons of

I M M 4 tC ...... -.... ..".....-.... ..... Hall, Mrs. Debbie Warren & mediately reception and was held followed at Hugh'sPlace Im- Starke proudly announce the birth of
: J daughter, Jantoria Warren, Mr. & their daughter, Audrey Marlene,
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is of Union
y Kimberly a graduate Mrs. with the food catered by
Preston Williams and Children, born September 7, 1986 in Alachua
County High School and is employed? Mr. & Mrs. John Hall Jr. Hugh's Brothers '
Terrence
&
+ hv hp nppartment of Corrections. ---_._---.. .--. N..N_NThe-____Kasey_ __.Mrs.h.__ Dorothy... _...... General.
----W ---- -V-N- -"- !!--!- 11 Mf A/I N --- J.'-N'-. -. Maternal grandparents are
r Charles & Myrl Marshall of Starke.
Joseph is a graduate of Columbia Susan Woodard Stuart Pauley Maternal great-grandmother is
County
High School and is employed Grady Marshall of Louisiana.
... by Shadd Trucking, Inc. Paternal randparents are Joel &
:" Wed July 27 In Local CeremonySusan Marlene Roberts of Starke; Gene &
The wedding is planned for October Arlene Clemons of Lawtey. Paternal
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16.Faye
Woodard, daughter of Mi & Best Man was Randall Brown The cake was cut by Dana great-grandmother is Gladys
Mrs. David E. WuoJard of Starke, The reception was held at Bradford Whitaker and the Bride's Book was Burney.

-- was united in marriage on Julv 27. Did You Know..........
Klm""yA.p: ;;; Florist Wedding House and was kept by Lori Leone.
1986 in Bradford Florist Wedding decorated with wedding bells, The Bride & Groom are both
I Jean Chilson House at 2:00: p.m. to Stuart Pauley streamers, flower arrangementsand graduates! of Bradford High: School. The J.0.Y. Class of Kingsley Lake
son of Mr. & Mrs. Grady M. Pauleyof the tables were covered in Baptist Church will have their mon-
Announces EngagementMrs. Lawtey. greenry. Following a trip to Busch thly covered dish luncheon at the
Gardens, Sea World and Silver Spr- church fellowship hall Friday,
The ceremony was performed by Guests were greeted at the door DY ings the couple will reside in September 19, 1986.
Chilson & the late Page'ChIlson Randall
Rita Norman Redding. The Brown. Catering was by Lawtey. All Senior Citizens are invited.
of Starke announce the Wedding House was decorated in -Sonny's Barbecue..-
flower arrangements and pink bows
engagement and upcoming marriage Debbie T 'hc IBHMMHMMDMMM HBBMHBBHB
The Maid of Honor, >
of their daughter, Faye Jean,
zka, wore a pink satin ballroom
dress trimmed in white lace accented VOTE
to Douglass Carlton,
Raymond son
with pink bows. She carried a
of Marshall Carlton & Judy Somer-
small arrangement of pink carnations
ville of Starke.
baby's breath, l bunons and

N The wedding is planned for mums Tuesday September 23
November 9 at 3 p.m. at the home of The bride, given in marriage by ,
Raymond's mother, SHoo 16 across her father, David E. Woodard, worea
from Sunshine Industries gown of white with a close fitting
bodice, puffed sleeves, pealized but
All friends and relatives are in- tons, face trimmed'' flounced REELECTCITY
vited to attend. neckline with standup collar and
sheer illusion net front&back yokes,
schiffli embroidery sequins and COMMISSIONER GROUP 5
Union Prim. BaptistTo simulated pearls trimmed the front
yoke. Venice lace accented the waist
Faye Jean Chilson Have Guest SpeakerElder and baby ruffles of chantillytypelace
trimed the skirt and chapel
Danny Parker from Ten- length train. Her headpiece and veil 5a I
nessee will be the guest speaker at was accented with simulated pearls,
Bass Hamilton sequins and schiffi embroidery. TRAVIS WOODS
Wedding Oct. 4 Union Primitive Baptist Church: nylon net fingertip veil and blusherwas
starting Thursday night and running edged with chantilly lace to
Mr. & Mrs. Cornelious Bass of through Sunday.The match gown. She carried a bouquetof
Starke announce the engagementand services begins at 7:00: p.m. pink carnations, baby's breath, Your Vote Will Be Appreciated
upcoming marriage of their
and the is invited to buttons & mums.
public come.
daughter Ethel Lorain Bass, of
Starke to Edward Lamar Hamilton "AoDd Wo-okJ
son of Mr. & Mrs. Cecil Maddox of I _
Lawtey. ___
The bride-elect is of Elect -
a graduate
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.f. Bradford High and employed byStarke ,- j
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"-'" :iPbillM'./. \'''t*Herfranco }W'ahbWgfaduatie.of'' ) : JOERIDDICK
Bradford High and is employed by
Lawtey Correctional Institution. t
The wedding is planned for October -
4, 1986 at Pleasant Grove
Methodist Church. r
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Gospel Sing Set For County Commissioner

Pine Hill Methodist District 4

The Smith Bros and local singerswill
be featured at the Pine Hill
Methodist Church located on "The Right Choice" i PHONEsIV /
Brownlee Rd. past the Vo-Tech
Satu-day night, Sept. 20 at 7:30: p.m.
There will be refreshments and
Pastor J. Parramore welcomes During my campaign I have met hundreds of

everyone. voters and listened to your desires of representation. / fiV/ IV

The J.O.Y. Class of Kingsley Lake I pledge to you my best in seeking ways to

thly Baptist covered Church dish will luncheon have their at mon-the meet these needs and to make them known. Now

church fellowship hall Friday, its time for you to select the candidate you feel '
September 19, 1986. 4i
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All Senior Citizens are invited. will best serve your district and county for the :

next four years. As a retired employee of AT&T I

TMI BRADFORD have that time!II!

COUNTY TE1E8RAPH On September 30th make your choice known. Oryy3aS

Published every Thursdayat
135 W. Call Street

Starke, Florida 32091

Second Class postage paid at
Starke, FloridaSubscription vote For X Joe Riddick

Rates:

In-trade area $12.00 per year
,$7.00 six months ''I'' I Appreciate Your Vote and Support

Outside area: $13 per year, ed/add. Thank You Joe Riddick
$7.50 six months


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'"..-. Cathy Norman Robert F., Thorne '\, ';'.,: ,' ; ':" : ,-,.'.'


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1\ '" Cathy Elaine Norman, daughter-of cumberbuns. The tuxedos were by an embroidered medallion and
the
G ,," Mr. &: Mrs. Lester Page of Jacksonville After Six, a design by Miami Vice. adorned with a cameo trim. The. happy from couple with pink cham-
\ ,and the late Harold K. Norman The ring bearer was Jonathanof gown had renaissance sleeves and a pagne a fountain Inside the .
\ Starke, was united in holy Thorne of Miami, and he carried a deep basque waistline bouffant
.' matrimony July 19 In Ft. Lauderwhite lace satin pillow five-tier wedding cake as they cruised -
dale, Fla. on board The Sundream Mrs. Sheila Cox: served as Matron skirt layered In deep lace ruffles. the waterway until midnight.
'. i ; Yacht to Robert: F. Thorne, son of of Honor and Debbie Hodges of The gown was designed by Alfred .
:; t, Mr, &: Mrs. Robert F. Thorne, Sr. of Jacksonville as bridesmaid. Rebec- AngcTo. CathY carried a bouquet of Assisting In serving were Alissa
)..-.t. Miami. ca Kringle of Miami was the flower' Urra, Mrs. Faye Bennett, Lisa
',",'<0, The ceremony was performed by girl. They were attired in strapless small white orchids and gardenias
I'r.: ; :'" Rev. Steve Fisherman. turquoise satin gowns with the interspersed with baby's breath, ivy Hartley, Stephanie Cox and Candice
;.:,:\.' .',., ,;, ;,(i'\. \' \ ..,v' The ceremony was held on the bow bodice adorned with alencon lace and white,satin cascading ribbons. Norman.
'\,' ." ,: of the yacht under a lattice archway and seed pearls. The hairpieces The bridal ha t was trimmed in chan-
,
/ ,;'" '" .-' ..- decorated with peach and turquoise were made of tiny peach and turquoise tilly lace and seed pearls with a Cathy is the granddaughter of Mr
4".,.I .It I"' oriental flowers and ivy. The rails of roses, baby s breath and short veil of English tulle. &: Mrs. Leon Norman, Sr: of Starke
,"l the yacht were accented with white were trimmed with peach satin rib. and Mrs. Myra Rafuse of Lawtey.
satin bows which highlighted the bons. Their bouquets were of peach The reception was held on board
outline of the walkway to the arch. roses baby's breath, tiny turquoiseThe the yacht and everyone enjoyed The couple honeymooned on a 7
bride was given in marriage orchids trimmed with peach satin cruising the Intercoastal Water, day Carribbean cruise on The
by her brother, Charles K. Norman, ribbons and ivy..The flower girl carried ways. Dancing music was provided Jubilee, which took them to Mexico
and her father, Lester Page The a white lace satin flower basket. by the yacht's five-piece band.
Best Man was Scott Westman of The bride wore a pure white and other romantic ports in the Car-

New York, brother of the bride. The princess Chantelly gown of venise The reception room was decorated ribbean.
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Thorne and his wore white tuxlace with scheffle embroidery. The
I F. groom party iwth pink dogwood flower trees and Following the honeymoon trip the
edos with turquoise bowties and Sabrina neckline was accented with
couple will reside in Miami where
green palms. The reception table
I Upcoming EventsShow was decorated with peach fugi Robert is a top employee with Sud-
dath Van Lines and Cathy is a
mums and other imported oriental
Douglas Family Reunion Pilot Club Presents each day. flowers. The guests enjoyed a buffet pediast assistant with the Podiatric
Eastern Star Supper Annual Antique ShowThe Hamburgers, hot dogs,salads anda style dinner. Toasts were made to Association. ,
Scheduled 21
Sept. of desserts will
sumptuous array
Starke Chapter 224, Order of the
Port of Jacksonville Pilot be for sale at the "GALLEY", all"homemade"
Eastern Star, will have a covered A Douglas Family reunion will be
dish supper Saturday,September 20, held September 21, 1986 in Lake Club will present its second Annual by Pilot Club
Charities Show and members. Proceeds from the"GALLEY"
Sale
Butler the Civic Center Antiques in
at the
at 7 in the Masonic Hall. (by
fm. the hall will be used to fund the gE'
and their families are lake). Registration starts at 10a.m., exhibition of the Civic
invited to attend. business meeting will be at 12 noon Auditorium, 300 Water Street Marie Newton Sepia Anchor
and a picnic lunch will be at 1 p.m. Jacksonville, on September 26, 27 & Scholarships.
Gr. Bethlehem Baptist All family members and friendsare 28, 1986. Proceeds from the show will be us-
invited to attend and to bring a An original oil painting will be one ed for Pilot Club projects for the Entire stock of "
Revival Sept. 22-26 picnic lunch. of the many door prizes to be awarded handicapped and for funding to local
Greater Bethlehem Freewill Bap during the three day show which charities for special programs. BAil t
tist Church will have a revival starling New River BaptistTo opens on Friday and Saturday from bras........ 20% off
September 22 and ending Show Film noon until 9 p.m. and on Sunday Homemakers Club Holds
September 26. The guest speaker from noon until 5 p.m. Admission at
will be Evangelist Simmons from The New River Baptist Church the door will be $3 and will be good First Yearly Meeting ; r 4r
Newark, New Jersey. Good gospel will show a special film Sunday for all three days with sign-out to The Bradford Co. Extension 4 ,1t t
night, 28 at the
Sept. evening wor-
return.
will be and
singing every night Homemakers Club held their first
ship service at 7:30: p.m. Special items being brought to this
Pastor Ernest Davis invites
meeting for the new 86-87 club yearon
The film is titled "They Lied To
show include 600 of
over pieces
to come and enjoy the ser- 11
everyone September 1986.
Us, and is invited to come
everyone Royal Doulton figurines, and
vices. The revival begins at 7:30: and see this movie.Parmenter mugs Twenty-one members were pre- LI'
p.m. each evening and the church is jugs, most of which are very rare; sent at the meeting and Martha
located on the corner of Ash &: an exceptionally fine collection of Miley, Edna Harley & Lane Tenly
Chestnut streets in Starke. Reunion oriental antiques, jade, ivory and presented a program on coping with '
Changes Location cloisonne; rare antique stone stress. /
United Methodist SeniorsTo lithographs; several hundred illustrated Programs of work for the new i1' rVi
Descendents of Robert U. Civil War of
journals
will he Human
Meet 25 year on Developmentand
Sept Parmenter should be aware that the 1861-1865; painted wooden country Family Resource Management.Flo .
United Methodist Seniors will reunion previously held at Union chest and Baroque country chest Quicksall was appointed Com-
meet Thursday, Sept. 25, at 12 noon Primitive Baptist Church is now beIng from Tyrol, Austria, circa 1750. munity Service Chairman. Edna
for a covered dish luncheon in the held at the Raiford Community Guns tools, steins, toys, dolls, linen Wainwright was appointed chairman
Methodist Fellowship Hall. Center on SR-121 Raifo.-d on Sun- and laces, quilts, antique and estate for moneymaking projects for
Guest Speaker will be Dwayne day, Oct. 12, from 10 p.m.-until. jewelry, art glass, cut glass,sterlingand the new year.A .
Hardee, Fire Chief for the city of For more information, please call plate silver, brass and copper workshop will be held Sept. 25 at
Starke. A question and answer session Olamae Parmenter Rowe in Starkeat items and collectibles of all kinds.A 10:00: a.m. at the Agriculture
will be held. All seniors are invited 964-447S, or Barbara Moody in continuous fashion show will be Building. Come with a project and a i
to attend. Raiford at 431-1152, held during the show as Pilot Club bag lunch.Variety. r i
members model vintage clothingJohns + H
New River Baptist 4 ,
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The new church year will begin in a i
October and the New River Baptist Q 301 North in La .tt ey> "..Ne> Church will be celebrating the dawn VJ IL. e '
of their new year in Christ with a Mom Come By md Browseity
Church Fellowship Service on Satur- Brown
day, Oct. 4, at the church. 780 o1170Reqularl
to 19.50
1 > We Have Pier of Used Clothing
Pork and chicken will be providedat We Love You
lunchtime for dinner on the Popular beige or white styles In comfortable nylon and spandex will do the most
for the
grounds those in attendance need whole family for your figure. Choose from small average, or lull styles,34 to 40 B,C, D, DD.
only to bring the fixings to enjoy a From Your Adopted
delicious dinner. The community is ostume Jewelry Other Misc. ItemsJ
invited and welcome to join in the Daughter & Family Bradford Square Shopping Ct,.. VISA
fellowship. Open 9-4 Closec for Lunch ((12.1)) Open M-Sa. 9:30-5:30 'B64-6051
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Tell an a ArtifactOr Tale at Life and Praise MinistriesPresents

Historical Society ANTENNASAND

Thursday, Sept. 18, will be
"Share an Artifact or an Anec-
dote" night at the monthly POWER LINES
meeting of the Bradford County FREE CONCERTFeaturing
Historical Society in the SFCC

Starke(Old Courthouse Center conference) at 7:30: n.mAll room. CAN BE A DEADLY MIX..r

members and guests are In- Stalnecker
vited to participate in the program Band
by bringing and describingan "
article of local historical In-
terest, or briefly relating an
anecdote connected with Brad- WHERE: Bradford High School Auditorium

ford County history. WHEN: Thursday Night September 25th

A brief, but important '
TIME 7:30
heldprior : p.m.
business meeting will be .., .
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Sunday School'Warker. Attendance. goals will be'set b for Edwards l>ktob ifet !

.Am. Legion Auxiliary ''the during this ,service School Menus Set For Oct. 5
Initiation Ceremonies HonoredThe new year ,.!''' ,Ar -. --- I'I'St
also. -,
> On Sunday, Oct. 5, St. Edward'sParish
Initiation Ceremonies were held Sunday School workers at the Sunday School begins at 19 a.m. Is sponsoring an Oktoberfcst
Tuesday night for The American New River Baptist will be honored and Morning Service is at H. a.m.

Legion Auxiliary, Post 56 In Starke during services on the first Sundayof Oct. Rev Boyce Taylor is pastor; September 22 26 naiad apple crisp, hot rolls, milk. celebration. Festivities will begin at
Presiding was Fourth District President the new church year,Sunday, Thursdays Fried chicken mashed potatoes m 11:00: ) ) a.m. and continue until 7:00:
I of Ocala and 4. Bradford Jlen!: ,& Middle School gravy,mustard greens,chocolate cake,biscuit,
Mrs. Muriel Ault Did
School promotions will be You Know.,........ milk. p.m.
Sunday beans
assisted President Toni Cross and+ Monday l t B by and the teachers rolls, milk. Friday Salisbury Bleak rice & mixed Chairman Bobbie
held this same day nbpl"rl p. hOt Festival ,
Commander Robert Brown. Mrs. James Blacksheer, Mrs. lettuce vegetable, applet! use,brownie hot rolls,milk.
and workers honored for a year of tViiluyi T u Auxiliary Officers for the coming George Miller and Mr. & Mrs. Uifittto, buttered com, I/I orange milk.
year are: Mrs. Toni Coss, president; dedication School Director Is B.B. Herbert Thomas attended the vrilni..>y: Wnmct on a bun, baked beam Coleslaw A-la-Carte day for all age groups. The com
Sunday ,frUit Jollo, mllK Monday, French fries Juice,
orange
1st vice dedication
Mrs. Violet
Stallings, service
president of the Parish
Hayes, Adult III Teacher is Rev. 'I'\ur..y, Macaroni ii chouse, Ill: spiced hemaepdwlch cheeseburgers, plies milkshakes. munity is invited to enjoy the barque -
; Mrs. Violet Crosby, 2nd vice Boyce Taylor, Adult II Teacher is Hall, Trinity Episcopal Church in turnip green, fruit cup milk. Tuesday> Chicken nuggets, pizza, french tries, chicken dinners with all the
president; Mrs. Laura Ritch, L.L. Parker, Adult I Teacher is Melrose Sunday, September 14. Frldayt Plaza, garden salad strawberry shortcake milkshakes orange juice. Other foods will also be
t Gowans mined vt bIeN. milk. Fish corndogs, trimmings.
secretary; Mrs Edith is )leis Wednesday! nuggets
Jeanette Hayes, Youth II Teacher .. ,
juice french fries
historian; Mrs. Lucille\ .Stein, Virginia Crews, Youth I Teacher Is Fred and Sylvia Wheeler; Earl. Bradford High\ SchoolMunlii'i mllk.h.ketl.SI., orange" trench fries, orange available. Handmade crafts, baked
chaplain. Jean Parrish, Children's Teacher is Marie and Ricky Sanford, and Tuna Mud. on lettuce sultlnes, juice,pries,milkshakes.Friday goods, and white elephant items will I
Each officer was present a red, Susie Futch Preschool I Teacher is and Darlene Parks and OIN"aronl it cM.>. green beam peaches, milk. Cheeseburgers pizza, french fries
white&blue corsage from President Ann, Dyal, Preschool II children took a tour by boat down the tMi'. .<.luyi Cheeseburgers: on bun trench. fries, orange juice milkshakes. be featured. Many prizes will be :
Coss in recognition of their loyalty Margaret Silver River, from Ocala to Silver tale slew mrwbmvy shortcake milk.Weleesdual Bach day students have a choice of a hot lunch, given, and for I
Teacher Angle Nazworth, Nursery beef A Html, cheese mix garden salad bar or they may purchase a-la-carte. enjoyed I
and service. Chaplain Stelh was Teacher Nancy Parrish. Springs on Saturday,Sept. 13. everyone will be
presented with a Certificate of Ap
preciation. She also received a certified
collector's item plate, which i is
limited to the one year term of the
presiding National President, then)
the mold broken.
Two new members of the Auxiliary '. i
are Mrs. Isabelle Lee of .' '.
Starke and Mrs. Virginia Bleasdale .,.,e'"
of Keystone Heights. '"'' Ir.irit.'J\ ,.- .' .
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will be October 14, '-
Legion Auxiliary ..:
1986 at 7:00 p.m. (Second Tuesday of ." :
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Enjoy Lunch, t X11 1

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W. T. Weeks Chapter, U.D.C. f
met at the Western Steer Steakhouse
Monday, September 15 with the \
Historian, Mrs. Loyd Wike.
C Mrs. Wike p wanted a Civil War
Trivia Quiz taken from the book
written by William Terdoslabick. COUPON"\\
Her subject and quiz was on the life
of Robert E. Lee.
Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerber, president
conducted the business
meeting and informed the members
that the montly meetings will begin
each September and continue Binders to beauty cream

through May. Mrs.J.W.Kincaid was reprints. All you
reinstated as a member. razors to
Guests included Mrs. Ben Holzen- Is a pair ot scissors to

dord and daughter, Lynn, and Mrs. Save this week. ;
Robert Hall. S4ALE at Eckerd !

20th.
Did You Know.......... Ptices Good Thru Saturday September
Sate
Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerber, Mrs. ..rrasrr f fI
,,,arrsgwreetrrr r fI 1 1gtwwr I
Orin Derkman, Mrs. J. T. Lawson, a I
Mrs. Edward Hall and Mrs. Herbert ?mrirs,5r' I! I
Thomas attended the Founders Day' .57 !

Luncheon of the President's Council, sew GroMsaIM
United Daughters of the Con 3.99 narMaa sues [adab Vas 1aa ass J6a
federacy, which was held at the t LLv albs Mn.n mb sears Wnu 7e
Mbr nUCiwhg
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Timaquana Country Club in aa.y., a5ed eww'smnn" i I cm rasNe ,
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This news column is from Lawtey 1r66at I .
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Elementary School. The writers of ; ;
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this column are as follows: Michelle e i 4 al k ?ad.C a apdarra'N4a bbW aye lane A '
Konkel, 2nd grade: Erin Wilkinson, "'- raee bOt aaa ear Candv a+cwa gars J I e.rtm Naa.wl Una JC6aae OWMeI 5ro5, ,waa n awwn eu MaN 1 N rI .
6th grade; Wendy bowie, 6th grader ; !' / r ,aap"aa tail M"y Yafl h pp tam wmMa 0 N OMapn*w ooae ?a,al .eeobw0e a ps.50en '
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With the helpTof, *their the .. 'm lP 'l ii '; H.lr.1'
Mrs. Phyllis Rother, they will collect 99 '
Information about their school for 1 '
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you to read. f 1 q r 99 a s of rues ft'olaa ?slwt JQlpa taro a ruI a '
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Activities a 60. ea '.ran eA n.nN b6n0 wna anlapn 1 wa. p
aarasb a .ena'IN tiw eaA.e.w6penr wrenaNcfl
Space Program-Thursday, Sept. I uino000d w mn dapa? aaat sea pweO.N I eJearal 'ewrrerr
18. Mrs. Les Gold, Aerospace bun eeea.w.w s ,ggwlrir- ECkERCfUjgjpa"
Educator will present a program on err '
Air and Space Research Programs II
to students In 4th 7th grade. I f
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your r "o" 700 ID
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Band Dance Saturday. Sept. 27 N apWen ,wn aaoheanw
The Lawtey Elementary Band will 7 tsr.cees'W aeaaCmpesy are. rrr
sponsor a dance from 7:30.: 10:30.: V ase6a i .awsr+r wrrrelr J.
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Joey Shuford I c 'x.49 r .. K.r
Scout 75 meets 2188 a.a,
Tuesday
Boy Troop ; iM sonuad ao a II. m. eIyC'
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at 730; at Lawtey Elementary; wrw mrapva N.rs ada ester
School. Our Scoutmaster is Mr' hn .anou Cwpan sad
Leslie Becker. The members are 6. seed' N "' praaMd, aNarwMaMae'a
rn.wa"laaavodao'a Genoau swot aaaamary paaNa rr
Brian King, senior patrol leader; r .aaewWa whew s10eq.1
Keith Cowie, patrol leader Joey ass _
Shuford, quartermaster; Mike
Becker, librarian; Don Kilgore.

Our Principalby

Wendy Cowie
Mr. Paterson has been the principal -

at Lawtey Elementary for four sa,. I"aebrerr) OWaneM
years.Before. a1
Mr. Paterson became prin '
cipal, he was a teacher at Lawtey, I
assistant principal at Bradford Mid L
dle School, and principal at Brooker)
School.Then he went back to Lawtey I
Elementary in 1982 to take on the job r S red.a vw 5xo eaMlti
of principal.He l3 each y yabdw aaaonwrp

got his idea to become a prinic-. 33c each ecase I.Mn a Cuteeapanr G ,.O', aca Laaae.pww aaodn'a aw,ea.OM aeaCaaae r
pal in 1975 as a P.E. teacher and I t/oa fa' n.rN O.ar s.OMah I Iap/W,nn ltakrt rwpn w' pw 050'6 5 sean
baseball coach. He realized he could pia JtlmmWa'q m MW ICI ear 1111
serve more children as principal.Mr. I Ca Caas c, edN poll
Paterson was born and raisedin
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Bradford County and is 32 years

old.There are 410 children at Lawtey .t""

Elementary and 28 teachers,

TheP.T.O.at "' r From shampoo to steam ironsWe've

Our School "

Ken This Shuford year by Taisir the, P.T.O.President El-SouessC officials; 'Gwen.*are* got what you need !( :


Baker,vice-president; Connie Hend-
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man, secretary; and Wanda Sapp, jflfliiiiiii i .aMiaiai.iaBBiiBBM1hM.ijBt|| | | | |
treasurer
The goals for this year are as
usual hoping that the parents and
teachers will work together to meet
the needs of the students and this is
done by providing fund-raisers to
help support programs and physical
needs of Lawtey Elem. Schoo.
All P.T.O. meetings are scheduledfor '

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Class Newsby SHktono 15OZ;Shampoo or ICKIRO lubber lath 32OZChooi Asxrlptln 100 tabl t is Aiplrlnwim taw 8.00 Magnavox 4' x *" Photo Album saw {.oo Hamnten sto ch
CondHtonm. Grocer ere lads from tunl-fruittl, Maolox for Caustic Player *>ED7140 300-pocksrt to Preserve your Sllwrelone Steamdryl Non
MlchelleKonkel without drying the ends rowberry, and ITore. stomach Protection With AIWFM tuning Reg.2999 memories. R g. 999 #761.3. Non.snck. e.g. )gyp'v'
Mrs. verunae's second grade
class Is learning a poem to be done in .
a choral reading presentation to

other classes. ,

Mrs. Hamilton's & Mrs. Starling's _.Jll..L 'J_ ,,_ ; "
second classes are learning .
grade "
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about directions. The children are '.: 1 f4- .,"-fc rt..w,13"... ."'11M' \ .. .
learning about North, South, East ''''iT.'r I"'". ., .'. .1 '

and West in Social Studies class. ,. .
All of the second grade classes go .' .
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Hampton Hilites I Blue.. Grass: Festival on tap in Lake Butler I.I .


, ; '. ( ': .: \ : .' "' '. .I. {* '4ftThe ) !. ''' ,.
lfItnlmvs :\hug ., .. The Luke Butler Bl egj'atMusic; Carl Story; 1'hoJuhnzom,; ''Mountain ;? Lake liulfcr Bluegrass Park Is' show lasting )from 5 p.m.-12Imid-
I'huiae hl-I9I:1! ) I: Park will he the site for the 9th Lake .Joys and.Grandpa Jones.Beachville '. ." .. 'I located 1 mile south of Lake ButleronSR121. night. Saturday tickets will be $10
Butler Berry Blossom! Bluegrass Bluegrass will'be en- Watch lor signs with the show running from noon to
HasitKdiualitm C'lassi-s.., reunion Uike last al Sunday their home, So'p14.\uu Hampton. Besides Festival I planned for Friday and hosting the two-day festival along Tickets! are $11 for Friday with the midnight

('IIIIIIIIIIIIit11I"lIIh"I'* arc inviU'tl' children and grandchildren Saturday, Oct. :3-4. with the Dixie Jubilees, with help
In IIlh'IId'I""M'! at IliimplonKUmriilars parents relatives en- Beachville Bluegrass, from Bran- from the Bluegrass Parlor Band, the
: School IwpnmnK Oc(. 6. some forty with lord, "'I., will be the host!band for the Suwannee River doggers, and the "
dish dinner
jo>cd the covered : 1
Mr. lllxssrs I : Wood will In- IwifhniBliasio f aunts, uncle.; and cousins Iroin festival.! Bcachvillv Bluegrass Carolina Rebels. '
; and main to and recently bl''ilml'lhe stale champion Appearing Friday only will be S.J. 1ELECTTRAY]
I' IIgII.1IH.llllg in Florida
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those who have mil n'I..i'd l high' Georgia.. bluegrass band Bluegrass for North Carolina.Beachville Hall, the one-armed on Saturday guitar only play'r.Appearing will
will I U-lu-ld plays
hisses
M-hiKil diplomas"' be the River Grass Review,
throughout. five slates ,
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on MoiMl.i.ssiind\ I W.IIIII''III\.11'1I111( 6p.lII. Sliaini CVIVbratrd.! .. Florida including Southern Pride, and Chubby Wise. .
Georgia, North Carolina,
until!9 |P in Karl: > irniMrsition I no Mr. & It1rs.1V111iaral Muse hosted a Alabama and Kentucky James "The Giant" Crolt, bluegrass
can
is urged ioU thai c-lisscs Saturday at their radio will be the master
School I Ph. lirllula l> party on They have performed with big personality
nriiini/.id: al the home for their son: Shaun, who i is name country" music performers like of ceremonies for the festival.A .

Kitt-1212.> now eight. The clown I theme was I used lUcky Skaggs. Bill, Monroe, Mac covered l dish supper will be
in the decorated birthday ('ukl'IIullllh"I' Wisem.m, Jim mid( Jessie. The hosted the "DURBANSCHOOL
Oct. 2 at
Sick 1. '1... Thursday night, ,
( ) decorations Hamburgers Osborn Brothers, I Ralph Standlc-y, park.
George Warn ivinaiiis in si-nous hot dogs( and snacks were served, Chubby Wise:: : ('",,"trv (!('nll<-min
condition! at North Florida. Uoponal and a variety ol games were en
Hospital in G.iino.sMlU1 Room 429. joyed. Assisting! with the parly were Community News ; BOARD DIST: 2YOIf \
Minnttht eujuy a cheery note! Shaun's parents, Mr. & !Mrs. Henry
!Mrs. I IXMIISC Muttlnnis returned\ Spell, and his grandmother, Mrs. Kli/iihflh Walker t)
homo Saliixl.i! following surgery Viola Lelclivre. !Si.1-665:!
Thursday. at North Florida Regional coantlS
I Hospital\! Other September Baptist Church: in Gainesville. '
Amtiiiu, t H'OM-1 visiting her over thl'I'I'k"lId Hirlhda.vs... New Hope) Baptist New Hope Baptist Pastor Jake 1Jie
\\ win her children: Mr. & Friends & Davis invites
15th Erik Scoggins and David Family Day everyone to come to
facile Lsuiier ol' West Palm
Mrs Bridges; Kith Keir Forth, Dustin New l Hope Baptist Church cordially the services. I
Bench. Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Uinglordol
KiTii.imlina Beach & jlenn Mal- Dunlap, John Underwood, Melissa invites you to attend Family & CtYdwb
thi'Usol Folkston, GA. Salvatore( allli Randall Rhodeii; 17th Friend's Day. September 21, 19111.!) Baby Contest Finale each 6/ r
Hannah Ford; isith-! Joey Hall; 20th Sunday School :starts at 10:00: a.m. Sunday Sept 28 U'lIJP1
Family Ilcnnioii... Ronald I Hall, Knlilric Rowley, L. (i. and morning worship starts at II:10: )() The baby contest will terminate at Hln iIt !J twf2

Mr. & Mrs. E.W. I Hodges hosted a Padgett and plIIll'hillips. a.m.Guest will he 11 a.m., 4th Sunday in September at
Rev. K.O.
speaker Greater Allen Chapel AME Church Ciuz/ : '
Howard, Jr., Pastor of Allen Chapel' Everyone is invited to attend.\ r
AMK.Kveniiig:. Fish sandwiches, hot dogs, and
I Starke Elementary School News worship will be at 3:00: )( sodas will be sold from 11 a.m. to
pill with speaker Rev. W.G.; 2:30 I
: p.m. Saturday, September 20, P Pol Ad
Mrs. Trtrstono : Grade 5 Cumberland, Rebeckah Gann,AngleGrillis Maybcrrv.' Pastor of Spring Hill lyilfi at Allen Chapel Annex.Happy .
Casey Jackson, Lisa Johns, .-.. -'-
We are very proud of the following .. ._
Jane Johns Melissa McKeod, Christy - -
cwoso
behavior. a o-o o o o.ro.
students lor their
super Paulk, Lynn Welch\ Jay Baker
visited Mr. Hartley in the of- r
They :
Michael Pusaleri, Craig Starling,
lice to have their happy grams signed Jack Thomas and Bobby Williams.We Birthday W.T.
Martin, We Are Pleasedto
: April Arroyave Tonya would like to thank Beth
Tera Matiyasic, Angel Mobley, Cumberland, and Melissa\ McLeod Sept. 14, 19G1 May 25, 1981In
Dana New Candi Norman, !
some
for sharing their turtles. We learned Announce
Darin Young,Anita Patel, Stephanie that there are over :Jon kinds of Memory of my son, W.T. Prevail
I Sellers, Kelly Thornton, Stephen
turtles and we had l two dillerent, Olll'Sin
Barber, Quentin Chism, Jonathan the class. You came into my life late one afternoon a gift from God '

Smith and Sharon Morris. Mitchell above, so beautiful with a pretty little smile, a turned up nose, I William Rocqfort M.D.
Most improved goes to
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Baker for demonstrating leadership. AORN Monthly Meeting surely a gift of love.

We are very proud of Ronnie Set For Sept. 18 Son, each year the pain grows as each birthday comes and Internal Medicine
Crosby for sharing his knowledge of goes. Your picture is on the wall in each room so mama sees <
The Gainesville Area Association
.... sign Students language.have been sharing rocks; of Operating Room (Nurses; will have you many times each day. will be in practiceat
and fossils brought from home. We its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. at the I know you are gone but you are always in my heart, and on ,
have been studying the Aztecs, A.M.I. Single Day Surgery Unit,2001 my mind and forever in my thoughts. Son, your brother and
Noolkas & the Ice Age in Social SW 13th St., Gainesville, FL, on sister share too.
sorrow
my Clinging together to each other
Studies. thursday( Sept B, 19H6.
A potluck dinner will precede the with lots of love for you
!Mrs. 1'revalt: 'Grade' 1 presentation with the meeting; Since God called you home to join his family much sooner 486 N. Temple Avenue

have In Mrs.been reviewing Prevat! !; our first vocabularyfrom grade we 10110\\ing. The program will be 01-1 than we had planned, We try to be brave, to overcome the bitter '

last year's reading books and Quality Assurance in the Operating grief and pain of losing you. Suite C (Across from BHS)
Room ((2 CKU's ottered .
working on addition facts for the ) Margaret So are not here with this
Williams, M.N. Nurse you me on special birthday but I
Regional ,
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will be the speaker.The you as always.
sibility. business meeting will follow I 964-8000
Mrs. Chapman: Grade 3 the presentation. Registered Nurses
We are pleased to have so many associated with the operating room Love, your Mama, Brenda & Alan
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Tomorrow (Friday, ,Sept. M)?!;y,' A good throwing quarterback will i .r lerson County High, points: out ..
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"!>be,another i Coach ,.Sexton, defensive coor"rtinator. .
night's home football' game with' experience for the:..'' .
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Nassau County High of Fernandina : young, inexpei ienced i Tornado (team .
Bench ia a critical one for the Tor- that returns only four starters from There Is good size on the line.
u..Jo/ gridders, says Head Coach the 1985 team which was second in Weak !side guard Glen Curtright No.
64 11 6-0 1'JO is the best offensive
David nurse. the state in Class 3A. ,
'If we lose this one Friday night Favorite pass plays are to split lineman. The six offensive down
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linemen 226 HilI, 230 UK), 215,
it s going to be a tough season." end Peterson or to fullback Timmy weigh ,
HI IS is coming off a 33-0 shutout by Trantham No. 44 11. 5-8, 170, com- and 185.
backfield.Tailback \ The Pirates run a !).4 defense (!len
t, q r a quick, fast, and strong Class 2A ing out of the .
best offensive
.r Jefferson County High. Fernandina Steve Brown No. 24, 12, Curtrighl, the
opened last week with a 21-20 win 5-7,170, is quick, has good agility, is lineman, plays linebacker on
Baker quicker than fast and stiff defense, reads well, and plays the
over High of Macclenny, but uses a .
neither team looks particularly arm to good advantage. At corner- pass well. Jimbo Litlleheld, No. 70,

strong this season, says BHS back, Brown is the best Pirate'defen- 12,5.11,226, plays tackle both ways.
coaches after looking at the sive ball player, say BHS scouts. Best hitter is linebacker 'Frank
Mucdl'nny-)<'ernandina game films The Pirates run from the Camroltl, No. 50, 11,5-10.180.
late Tuesday afternoon. I-formation, with a split end and slot nicky .French, No. 21,10, 5-11 It. ),
"Over-all it was a disappointmentto back. They run the same option plays cornerbuck on defers and has
lose so badly," Coach Hurse says plays and drives the Tornado the speed to get outside when he
"Hut we can't live on last year's defense had trouble wit h iitinHt| I ,)el- Mil>,sliliitilop. Brown at tailback

reputation. This team has to build its ..'..*.-*_'.'-\ .J J. _-.J ._ ". W...-.. ,::,V. /'re.s"54EA
won reputation.
Fernandina has good over-all L .1
team speed. They have two speedy
pass receivers in slot man Brian ROSES *12" r

Howe, No. 80, 12, 5-10, 150, and split ,, . .DOL
end Wayne Peterson,IVo. 15, 11, 6-0, JUST FOR YOUJulia's .
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170.
Pirate quarterback Ronald Veal
"" No. 14, 12, 5-11, 195, is a real goodfootball Florist

player, says Coach Mike .
Sexton. QB Veal is quick, big, and t I
strong. He runs the quarterbackdraw 964-7711 s

excellently, and is the team's ,
best ball carrier. Veal, who drops 224 N. Temple Avenue

back and sprints out, has a strongarm
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1986! Tornado. football team is Dane Clark and Andy Tison, ordinarily Damn Patterson, and safely Cory CHASTAIN
better than the players. showed in the.t3.O defensive players, will take Strong.!
:) shellacking all I he hands of Class turns playing olleiiM\e tackle I
;Jrllerson County High, say Bradford More aggressive play from the
High coaches ends and rover back to contain the _.
Several other players have been end sweeps and better linebacker

The and OllriiMe hurt in scrimmages this week and play are the biggest: defensive improvements 1 Board
players coaches -
says will be
Line Coach Godwin hampered Friday night.PI'al.t needed, says Coach Sex-
: Jay expect
l'1.' was in shorts. and shoulder ton. .
a lot more. of the 198(5( Tornado 1
pads \V"dnesda to prevent furtherinjuries 4 (
pla.M-r.s' this week against Nassau "
County High I Iron Kernandma Coach David. "We're Hurse beat up, said; The secondary will have to be -- District 5
Beach' more alert for the passes of Fee nan- ,
dina QB Ron Veal, an excellent
Hobert Starling who played Coach Sexton would like to getveteran passer. IT'S TIME FOR A NEW VOICE FOR OUR SCHOOL SYSTEMHave

ideoiit last season: and is in his first lineman Billy Harrell back

year, al quarterback, is set to start at to defensive tackle Harrell played Offensive Starters... a LADY working for You
quarterback\ for BUS! against Fer- some linebacker/ last week, didn't! do Educated *
na lid 111 a, Starling threw two interceptions badly bur his I first time there, but Probable starters on the offensive and YOUR I INTERESTS in an
Coach line lor BHS will be end David
Sexton wants him in more tight
and tumbled once in his
first extensixvursity. action. f.'innluir/ surroundings. Malachi Williams, split end Patrick Diggs, honest, straight-forward and Locally and Florida Colleges
Jenkins will plav linebacker' in Harrell center Billy Harrell, strong guard
BUS can throw on Keinandma if ''s place, said Sexton.Iefensie Eric Nazworth, strong tackle Dane efficient manner. Your Vote of Dedicated *

QB Starling can settle down and not Clark or Andy Tison, weak guard
Allen Wood and weak side tackle confidence will be appreciat-
thI'OIhe ball away. says Coach Starters., Community and Civic Involvement

HurseHowever, the Tornadoes plan! to The defensive line-up this week Reggie Leverson. ed. Vote fore, change. Businesswoman Parent*Hardworker

out will look about like last week's, says Running backs will be
come running Friday night. soph

separated QB Johnny shoulder Clark. and has will a not slightly play Coach be defensive! Sexton.tackles Probable Dane] starters Clark will and and Rodney junior Mosley Darrin soph Greg Patterson.Pittman, VOTECHASTAIN Ready to Serve it

this week Coach Hurse. Tackle Billy Harrell, Sam linebacker Fullback will be '
says Greg Wiggins.
Desires Education for our ..
Brian Barton got his knee hit from Malachi Jenkins, inside linebackersRon 'Getting to their blocks quicker and Qualify -
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the side and was not wearing/ a knee Brown and Gary Wise strong maintaining the block until the run- I 'childrerfby/ work l "g In cooperation with v :' "
brace provided. for all varsity side end Mike Gray, weak side end ner can get by is the biggest improvement -
pli>ers Barton is bending the knee Dennis Cummings and rover back needed in the offensive parents and the entire educational

thi Meek and jogging on it. but has Greg WigginsIn line says Coach Jay Godwin. The I SEPT. 30 community brag
been held out of drills and is doubt the defensive secondary will be backs can help, Godwin says, by get

lul for.the Fernandina. game cornerbacks David Hamilton and ting to the hole quicker -- ------ -
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a NOTICE is hereby given tho' on MPII WILLARD EDWIN WYNN Deceased, File
Legal day, Sep'ennber, 1986 ot 10:00: O'clocka.m. No.: : 86.77-CP (-3/60)I ), is pending in the
the undersigned, Ga'ol Circuit Court lor Bradford: County,
Freightways. Inc., will sell a' public auction Florida, Probate Division, the address of'
r : cM for tash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jackson which Is Bradford Cnun'y, Courthouse
NoticesIN ville, Ho., one lot of crayons consigned Starke. Florida 12091.
w : to Dixnn Ticonderoga Cn., Vern Beach, The names and addresses of, the per
Ho. 'n satisfy freight and storage sonol representative and the persona
: ; Y' a wkI charges, under the provisior-s nf' Sec'inn, representative's attorney are set 'fort
THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of lading. below.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Gator Freightways, Inc, Cornel, All Interes'ed persons are required to
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA 14-7/532/d'd//3/86 file with this Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS .
Pa k ryM a r' CASE NO. 86357CAN
L 51 : 9112'chg918NOTICE PUBLICATION THIS
; OF THE FIRST OF
p RE: Th. Marriage of -.- -'-'--'-'-' ----.-- _._. --- NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate
ONALD C. DUNCAN, and ((2)) any objection by an interested
i- Husband : is hereby give 'ha' on Monday person to whom notice was mailed tho
.--- and September 22, 1986 a' 10:00: o'clock challenges the validity of the will the

('oll(Sion... OANN GREEN DUNCAN, a.m., the und.isigned.Ga'or qualifications of the personal representative .
ferson rccl'l"'r.I'lIIlltl'lI Wife. Freigti'ways, Inc., will sell at public auction venue, or jurisdiction, of the
I This unidentified BUS defender broke "I'| this at NOTICE OF ACTION for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Court.
\ pass and ended up in a collision with the Jef CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE: NO PROPERTYTO Fla., one lot of' Fan elec'iic ..h/- ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS' NOT
: DONALD C. DUNCAN yen', consigned to Bargain Boz., SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
511 Stc.cl-.ton Street Hnnies'eod, Fla., to sa'isfy 'frelgh and Publication of this Notice has begun
Jacksonville, FL 32201 s'orogecharges, under the provisions on September 18. 1986.
Whippingfrom YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Sec'ion 4b( ) of Uniform S'andord Bill, of Attorney for Personal Representative:
HOW'S THE FAMILY? dissolution of' marriage has been filed Lading. JOHNNY R. HOBBS, JR.
against you and you or. r.qulr.d to Gotoi Freigh'w/oys, Inc., Cairler Green & Hobbs, P.A.
Jefferson serve a copy of your written d..n.... If Pro. 03.832228 d'd 7/16/86 P.O. Drawer 938
three out to put
19-0 with yards 10:45 remaining in the By Rev. Ed Kirkland any to \It on Eug.n. F. Show, Wife's at- 9/112tchg 9/18 Starke, Florida 32091
up : whose address is 925.E North ... .. .
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torn.y 964.5700JOHNNY
third period. Monticello ran for 0, DIVORCE IN A LONG MARRIAGE -' --- r ((904))
T.mpl. Av.nu., Starke. Florida 32091 R. HOBBS, JR.
7,+,9,9,9, and 3 yards. Last week I mentioned in my article that I world like to write something on or b.for. S.pt.mb.r26,1986and file
BHS switched to a 5-4 defense with with the cl.rk of this court NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday .
been married he
especially to those of you who have twenty years or so and original Personal Representative:
linebacker Ron Brown at middle are contemplating a divorce. Well, I couldn't resist to follow up on that either before service on WI'.'. attorneyor September 29, 1986 at 10:,))() DIANE W. HODGE
guard, but it didn't seem to help. while it's still on my mind. So this is just for you long-term husbands and Imm.dlat.ly thereafter; otherwise a o'clock A.M., the undersigned/ Gator Route 1, Box BOS
On second dawn of the second BHS will be entered 'for Freightways, Inc.. will sell at public cue
default against
wives who are about to cash it in and start all over. Please allow me the you Starke, FL 32091
series QB Starling threw an in- freedom to share some thoughts with you. the relief demanded In the peltlon. tlon for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.. Jacksonville DIANE W. HODGb
terception to Tiger Daron DATED on this 26 day of August 1986. Fla., one lot of drum' degieasei.consigned 9/18 9/25
First of all have made an investment of life with this other 2tchg
you your person
to Interpole Coip.. Ft, louder- .. .
which set Jefferson GILBERT S. BROWN - --- -
Washington, You have shared rought times and good ones even if don't recall
the Tornado 31. A you A.Clerk of the Court dale, Fla., and one lot of wall (heaterconsigned
County up on of pass many of the good ones right now. You probably have seen new lives come BY Beulah MoodyA. to Crystal House, Miami. Fla., IN THE CIRCUIT COl"M' FOR
and running plays 6,2, :
of 11 yards QB Brooks in the about as a result of your marriage. The truth is I find it very hard to Deputy Clerk8284tchg918 to satisfy freight and storage charges, BRAin ORD COUNTY LORIDA
and 12 yards put believe simply don't love more. I can under the PROBATE DIVISIONFile
Thomas' PAT you your partner any accept you may provisions of Section 4b( ) of
endzone again and put not feel 1 like it right now, but feelings are not always the best indicators. Uniform Standard Bill, of Lading. Number 86-81-CP
the Tigers up 26-0 with 7:13: remaining Any time you do away with an investment you've had for years it's very Gator Freightways, Inc., Carrier IN RE: ESTATE OF
in the third period. tricky. Chances are you wouldn't think of going to the bank and saying, I, Chats, J. Schaefer Mayor. Pro 14.775940d'd7/15/86 RUBY STOKES
The final Tiger score came as a "You know all that money I've tried to put back for my retirement?? Just Commissioner of' the City, of Stark, 03-8329/6 Deceased
BUS punt snap sailed way over the forget it, you can have it. It's just not worth the hassle." If you beleive Florida by virtue of the Authority vested 9/I 8 21c1'A 9/23 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe
head of punter David Hamilton and anyone would say that I'm sure someone would love to talk with you abouta ,n me by low, do hereby call a Second administration of the estate' 01
the football rolled all the way back to great deal on a bridge in the Everglades. I have to ask you, isn't your Primary Election .to be held at the City MEETING NOTICE RUBY STOKES deceased, File Numbs
the BITS goal. Hamilton chased the marriage worth a little more than bank balance?? hall. In the Aforesaid Ci'y of qualified, The Suwannee Rivet Economic Council; 8681CP pending In the Circuit Court
football down, picked It up, and got a hesitate your voters on Tuesday September 23. 1986, Inc. Board ol Directors will'hqjd" a for Bradford County Florida Probate
Also, another reason to is that chances are or
nice punt off to the Tiger 49 yard you your spouse A.D., for the purpose of electing the meeting on September 29, 1986.:30: Division the address of which is Brad
be from mid-life crisis than bad marriage. We
suffering a more a
may following officeis., p.m. at the Holiday Inn In lake Ci'y ford County Courthouse:Starke, Florida
line.Five plays later, on the second have accepted this as a fact of life for women but only recently are we ONE COMMISSIONER Group 5. For Two Florida. 32091. The names and addresses of the
beginning to realize men also go through such a time. Even though it is .
period the Tigers Years 9/181tchg I personal representative and the personal
fourth ,
of the
play yard from emotionally based rather than physiologically based it's just as real. It is INSPECTORS fOR SAID ELECTION: . repieseii'oiive's attorney or* set
made it 33-0 on a 30 pass ----- -
German. a terrible thing to deal with someone or watch people who have suddenly LUCILLE GODWIN forth below.
QB Brooks to end Henry defenderswere thrown away their marriage, family, often careers and sometimes simple LUCY WHITE NOTICE OF INTENTION Interested persons are required to
Two Tornado secondary during this time. My advice to is to hold on. If TO REGISTER
the common sense you try you CLARA COLSON file with this court, WITHIN THREE MON.
there, directly under leaped high into sense this is the problem resist making changes right now. The good newsis AGNES DINKINS FICTITIOUS NAME THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
thrown ball They both it will go away-just give it some time. OLEETA HARDENBROOK: Pursuant to Section 863.09 Florida NOTICE: ((1)I) all claims against, the estate
the air to knock the football away, By the way most people married for a long time with grown children MARGARET WILLIAMS Statutes, notice It hereby given that the and ((2)) any objection by an Interested
but managed to deflect it into the feel like their kids will understand. Guess what- they won't. A divorce will BERNADINE: EARLY undersigned, Dorothy H. Brown, Rt. 2, person on whom this notice was served
waiting arms of a Tiger end, Henry cause them to hurt just the same. They will begin to wonder if it was all a MARGARET DESUE Box 335. Stark, sole owner, doing that challenges th. validity of the will
German, standing behind them in. lie and you just acted like you loved each other. If you insist that's not true, ELNA SCHArFER busineso under the firm name of S/W the qualifications of the personal
the end lone. that you simply "fell out of love" with each other, this can destroy any ELIZABETH WALKER Discount Auto Parts, Rt. 2. Box 335, reprsntatlve venue, or jurisdiction
possible security they may feel in their own marriage or future marriage. Starke, intends to register said fictitious the court.
It-U Seminole Sorry, I'm not going to give you an easy out here. The truth is, you're goingto CLERK-KAY: CARTERIn nom. under the aforesaid statut ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
Dated this IS day of September A.D. FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
hurt them and it s time you face it.
Booster Clubto If you've been married for years think long and very hard before you Testimony whereof I here unto 1986 In Bradford County. Publication of this Notice has begunon
meet 18 subscribe my nam* and cause the Sealif 9/184tchglO/9 September 18, 1986.P.rsonal.
Sept. give up. Here's another dose of reality life doesn't stop for anyone to get
Seminole off and rest for a while before they continue. It will not do it for for the town, 'o be herunta affixed this ---- Representative:
The Bradford-Union mekor 16'h day" Sep'ember 1986. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH JEWELL KEEDWELL
hold to investment and work at saving
Boosters will meet one week from you. Why not on your you Choi lea J. SchaeferMayorCommissioner' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR GENERAL DELIVERY
would real estate or savings account or IRA? I just bet growing old
18 at 7 your
tonight, on Thursday, Sept. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. BROOKER FLORIDA
u.m. in the WPXE Radio Station in together beats growing old alone. _. ATTEST: : CASE NO.: 86-77-CP ((1.3760)) Attorney for Personal Representative:
Starke Ed Kirkland In pastor of the Kingfley Lake Baptist Church on Highway f s. Nell L.Tucker IN RE: The Estate of Dudley P. Ha.dy, P. A.
Channel 17's Glen Fisher will be' 16 at Kinnnley Lake. If you want to submit a family topic or respond to an CltyCI.rk WIllARD EDWIN WYNN P.O. Drawer 1030
the A lasagne dinner article you macall. his office at 533 2018/ or write to: How's the Family?, ,4s' 9/lSltehg Deceased. Starke, Florida 32091Telephone

mil guest be served.speaker.' All interested per- Klng*II?)' Lofee Baptist/ Church, Rt. I. Box '86. Starke. Fla. 32091. ....,.. -' -..... -. -.-.---- .-.... -.--. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe : ((904 964.5701
soii! are invited to attend. ,Nc""lIladdrt'88CR are not printt'd. "{,... administration of the estate of 9/18 I 2tchg 92'.w.
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Chasing a Jefferson County running back In I last "'I'ldaY'II/ClIIu'lI/Cilln'il BITS defense still has 11 long way to Improve, at.in'ding to l'o..chIike: ,
I the highly ranked 2A foe are BUS linebacker Gary Wise, (67), back Greg Se\tim.
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a good old-fashioned football was fumbled on one play and Tor- tight end David Williams, fell incomplete a pass Sam linebacker Billy Harrell the Futureof I
whipping, the state sixthrankedClass nado defensive end Malachi Jenkins! But David Hamilton stepped into the hole to stop one play Our Children
2A Jefferson County Tigers threw a Tiger back for a two yard punted 25 yards and out of bounds at dead.
shutout inexperienced Bradford loss on fourth down. the Tiger 12 yard line A BHS fumble, on the snap from
High 33-0 in the season opener before Tornado sophomore running back From there Jefferson Co. High center with quarterback Robert Turn Out Vote 30
some 2,000 quiet fans at Bradford Rodney Mosley went 20 yards the drove 88 yards for its second score, Starling starling the second half, on Sept.
Field. longest run from scrimmage by a halfback Cameron Bruce Cling two the second play of the third period
"We just didn't try. We were just BHS player,to the Tiger 35.But BHS yards for the TD and the Tigers led put Jefferson Co. back in business on
trotting around out there," said an stalled when Mosley lost 2"2 yards 13-0 with 6:43: remaining in the se the Tornado 37 yard line. Seven KEEP J.T. PARRISH WORKING FOR YOU!
embarrassed Head Tornado David when the draw play.was diagnosedand cond period. Tiger gains of 4,3,12, 0, piays later Tiger( QB Brooks went in
Hurse after looking at game films.It two QB Johnny Clark passes,in- 3, 9, 11,5, 5, 6, 8 and 2 yards did the PO POL ADO
was a dismal 31st season opening for tended for wideout Pat Diggs(J( and trick Malachi Jenkins batted down See... Whipping Paq. lOA ,
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the team ready for the game.
Running up the middle by a good,
hard charging line and a hard running -

him fullback, and using with good the speed blocking of any headof of 6'T0

the four Tiger backs, the veteran I r
Jefferson County football machine 11Th 1u

Tornado around and defense through at will., and over the

The Tiger line charged together as
a unit, the up backs blocked well, L I TAPES '
and the running backs ran hard.
BHS had to gang tackle senior Gibraltor ,\
fullback Chris Cummings as he
drove for yardage after a hit with .1-I 1jw I 6-8 Hour Tapes
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played terrible, offensivelyand SoihMiiou> running buck Rodney
defensively! There is just no Mosfi-y gained 44 )/lirdliin 9 carries, MARIA'S
other way to bay it," says Head II i 4.1! y.uxls,IMT carry average1.Coach
SPECIAL
Coach David llurse on the Tornadoes' lurse said Mosloy showed some( promise : _
play ug.llnstJl'I'f'rllon Coun- ill I lines with his uniting
4"
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Damn Patterson returned a Haircutjiaircuts
Game dims show the Tornadoes kickoll 21!)yards ,
simply played badly. Tiger runners '7
were hit at the line of scrimmage, Only bright slat in the HI IS performance ,
for instance, and went on. Tornado was the punting of David Open Monday : Saturday
players misread the offense, Hamilton, said Coach llursc.
Tier
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1I "We made a Jot of mistakes, but
.JL they are correctable mistakes "
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Striiif- it Out, Sexton. iOS Edwards Road Starke, Florida
Biggest disappointment to Coach
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I I-) and hark (;iifgUiKiiinn CIIII'III: : .I'dU\\llllIi... linebackers That must improve,the E For Fast Tak -Out
coach says, emphatically. .
151 lIS guards were too slow getting
out to block linebackers. That must'
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Harrell, who graded out 85%,according -
t a to Offensive Line Coach Jay HOURS Sun Thurs 11:00.10.00:
Godwin. Fri' 6 Sal 11:00.12.00:

1 Tackle Brian Barton, until he was -
t N, hurt, was having a real good game,
said Coach Godwin. BUY ONE PIZZA
I Pass interceptions and a fumbleled
: '. ,a rF g a 1 1y directly to three Jefferson Co.touchdowns. .

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The BitS secondary led the teamin

f Cory tackles Strong against had the G tackles Tigers. Safety and 3 Ahead For This Specialand
assists Cornerback David Hamiltonhad -
5 tackles and :3 assists. Weak We Will Have It Ready!
side end Malachi Jenkins, starting
his first varsity game, had 5 tackles Coupon Good thru Sept. 24, 1986
k and 2 assists as did veteran

Futile Chase... linebacker Hon Brown Strong side On Mon., Tues. & Wed. Only
end Mike Gray, who also played
I Gary; \M iw ((1.7)) and Ki-Kpi-l.oi-ison lint) Klti,'II.I.I' 'I'I"' BitS. olluisi-had tlllll'.II'. gelling Into Iiri.t gear. some safely, had 5 tackles. Reggie
as Hit .h-fli-ison ii.ulitlMk| ; lolls ..1I1..n .in ..,.li..lI. ugainsl tinloiiuli Jefferson dl'fl'IIM' Leverson, who substitutes Sorry, No Delivery -
linebacker and defensive tackle,had Call Ins and Pick UpTerwiflegar
4 tackles and 1 assist in his first varsity
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country runners from Brad- placed 52nd; Kim Adams 16:04, The runners showed a lot of pro-
I rd High showed good promise in a 57th; Achawn Jenkins 16:38, 64th. mise, but also showed just how much Motors
rebuilding >'l'arhen the season Junior Robert Thorpe, the team work we really have to do," said
opened Saturday, Sept. 13, at an invitational captain ran the three mile boys Coach Loper. Forthe first meet, the
meet at Bishop Kenny course in 21:28 for 80th place. The BIIS runners ran as good as they _
High in Jacksonville. other BIIS boys finished: Dennis were able, the coach noted Both the will SAVE YOU money
The Bradford girls placed 5th Glover 22:28, 87th; Johnny Thomp- boys and girls seem willing to try to
among 15 teams The BUS boys p'ac- son 23:48: Kth) ; Bennie Jackson: improve,"".and that's a good sign,"
pd 15th among 20 teams 25:17, 94th; Roger Padgett 25:44, said Coach Loper. '
Top Bradford I linisher was team 95th, and Keith Thompson, 25:46.: -
captain Lori Sapp who covered the 96th. 'Up girl's two mile course in 13:37: for It is a definite rebuilding season Next meet: this Saturday, Sept. 2r 80/0
12th place. Freshman Ramona Ten- for both the boys and girls, but 20 at 9 a.m. at Middlebuig High It
nant ran 14:04: to finished 14th. especially the boys who had no team is another invitational meet and a
l;elicia Davis in her first ever cross last year alter the first grading good many participants are ex-
country race finished in 14:18: for period and who have five freshmen pected, said Coach Loper.
21st place. 0111 this sp.T.on 36 months Ford Motor Credit Co.
She did a heckuva job," said III .a
Coach George Loper of Miss Davis'
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held i 'cently at Camp Ocala. SEPTEMBER 23 1986
Paul and David Gaskins from ,
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"We hope these seminars
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Carl With B.the Loop increase, Jr. in the use of all- 9 STARKE BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDAv6 Priced to Sell !

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Other training and safety programs T.vetoo for a ."on who..name ti pI,,'."en tho ballet,merit.cr.'.(eX)I*
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Thursday September II.1986 The Lake Region Monitor The Union County Times I

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Third week of Container Corporation "lockout" of union employees means uncertaintyBy



Mark Frledlln One of them, from Bradford ,
BCT Staff Writer spoke on the condition that he
Local workers have been "lockedout" identified in the ,
newpaper
and are missing work as the there have been '"some
Container Corporation of America at the plant maintaining the
strike enters it s third week. output due to the I
The Fernandina based wood- the temporary workers."It .
products firm locked out more than
was ragged at
600 workers (3 from Starke and the said the source.pretty the longer
Bradford County area) when work at their new jobs the r 4-
members of the the mill's { ,
two
it
gets.They can probably get
largest unions the United Paper- now, but it won't DC easy.'

workers International Union Local Mill Spokesman Dixon .______ _
415 and the International
Associa- said in .
an interview last week
tion of Machinists Local 40 failed to the temporary workers were
ratify the terms of a proposed con- housed in hotels near the mill in
tract which was approved by com- nandina."They're. [ :
pany officials. not setting any
The strike started last Saturday, yet, but they may get there," .
when more than 75 people were lock- M "
said. "All in all, It's been a "
ed out, then spread the following smooth transition.The .
Monday when 400 workers, including Telegraph source who i a4Wl
those in Stark, were shut out of been transfered said he had r
their jobs in the first employee called to do temporary duty
lockout in the corporation's I fta
history. before three years ago
There have been no problems I
company experienced a -
reported in the lockout either at the strike among it's workers.
Starke processing and shipping
yard, or at the main headquarters of "The problems are the same : )
(
the company located in Fernandina.Two said. "They don't have quite one'I p'4 tv I
electrical workers unions which workers to do the job, but -_ ,
were successful in signing their contracts by. There are problems when a '\ _,_ '
I ,
were continuing to work last of equipment goes off the _4 _
week under terms of a labor agree- breaks down, but they will be .
ment signed previously.As continue production until the _ _
the lockout extended into the is resolved or new owners
second week there were reports Most local workers
from the Starke wood yard that the said they were unsure of the
lockout could be extended until a of new ownership and did not
planned buy-out of the company by enough about the rumored
the massive wood products firm owners to comment on the
Jefferson-Smurfit, which has its Adams said that previous ,I
home office in Ireland. three years ago helped
According to a local source within ficials and managers prepare
the company who refused to be Iden- effects of the current lockout,
tified, the worker lockout will pro- said "contingency plans"
bably be extended for as long as developed at that time in ? '
negotiations between Jefferson- tion of a reoccurrance of the
Smurfit and Coantainer Corp. con- Charles Johnson, president of facility in Starke has vied about the effects of a possible buy-out by a foreign company.The I
tinue."I lAM Local 40, said union company lock-out that workers are corporation "locked out" more than 400 union employees tlnci-
don't think they want to resolvethe would not report to work each but local workers are wor- weeks ago when a new contract proposal failed to he ratified.
strike before the new owners ing during the lockout but
come in," the source said. "They "show up'" at the gates outside work overtime the mill to report losses of over $130 pany.
would probably rather start from mill on alternating days to Company and union officials say million over the past five years. Members are being supported in
scratch and begin negotiations all management that they were workers earn an average pay of They say the called lockout was to the community by their neighbors i
over again when they takeover." interested in going back to $40,000 e year eluding overtime avoid problems and possible job actions during the strike, but won't say too fl
Mure than 75 people from other bargaining table." pay. during the contractual negotia- much about the lockout while it is ''r
locations have been brought into the Mill managers have stuck to Milll officials the concessions tions. underway.
say Union workers the cutbacks
main mill to take over for the original offer on new contractsa say
are needed to ensure the long-term would Johnson said
too lel'tovel'jromthe
cut
departed union workers since deeply into their money
the it is their final offer.
say survival of the in the face ris-
lockout began. Includes plant pockets and argue the lockout will donations may be used to lite a
0.--....,..,.., .- -...... package lump-sum, give pay they IJ. foreign. imports: which caused cost more than it will save the com civil suit against the company. ,... ..I'I


I Solicitors Beware : Permits now required for home sales "I I IThe


1986 Florida Legislature passed tal at a place other than at the or lessee. the express invitation, oral or written the goods or performance of the ser eluded from operation of this section
a new law relating to consumer seller's fixed location business Home solicitation sale; permit re- of a inhabitant of the premisesor vices; must, however, carry personal iden-
protection providing that permitsfor establishment where goods or quired.. his agent; 4. Solicitors, salesmen, or agents tification which includes their full
'home solicitation sales' shall be sevices are offered or exhibited for ((1) It is unlawful for any person to 3. Telephone solicitors, salesmenor conducting a sale, lease or rental or name, date of birth residence ad-
Issued by the clerk of the court in sale, lease or rental and the buyer's conduct any home solicitation saleas agents making calls which involve consumer goods, or services by sam- dress, employer and the name and
each county. agreement or offer to purchase is defined above, or to supervise ex- transactions that are un- ple, catalog, or brochure for future permit number of their adult supervisor
'Home solicitation sales' is definedas given to the seller and the sale, leaseor cluded minors conducting such salesin solicitors, salesmen or agents mak- delivery and .
a sale, lease, or rental of con- rental business establishment In- this state without first obtaining a ing calls which involve transactionsthat 5. Minors, as defined in s. 1.01 6. Those sellers or their representatives -
sumer goods or services with a purchase cluding a sales transaction un- valid home solicitation sale permit.b are unsolicited by the consumer (14) under 18 years of age conduc- that are currently regulatedas
price In excess of$25 which in- solicited by the consumer and con- ( ) The following are excluded and consummated by telephone and ting home solicitation sales under to the sale of goods and services
cludes all interest, service charges, summated by telephone and without from the operation of this section: without any other contact betweenthe the supervision of an adult super- bv chapters 470. 497 and 639, Floridas.
finance' charges, whether under any other contact between the buyer 1. Bona fide agents, business buyer and the seller or its visor who holds a valid home .
single or multiple contracts made and the seller or its representativeprior representatives or salesmen making representative prior to delivery of solicitation sale permit. Minors ex Page 7
pursuant to an installment contract, to delivery of the goods or per- calls or soliciting orders at the usual
local agreement, other evidence of formance of the services. It does not place of business of a customer
indebtedness, or a cash transactionor include a sale, lease or rental madeat regarding products or services for
other consumer credit transac- any fair or similar commercialexhibit use in connection with the EXPANDED GROCERY SECTION
tion in which the seller or a person or a sale lease or rental that customer's business; I ,
acting for him engages in a personal results from a request for specific 2. Solicitors, salesmen or agents : I I 'I II 11"\" \ r III I ''I' II t'' \ ( ,I ;\ I i iIii
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Warm ,humid weather means more chance r :


Dlann Douglas hands-to mix meat, macaroni, egg, wiches, hardbolled eggs--and 'Freeze your sandwiches. This Choosing Take- Caring ForCarriers. .
B/U Home Economist tuna or green salads. refrigerate it. Add chips and cookies works best with coarse-textured
Particularly in warm weather, if Why all this emphasis on clean (that go limp in the refrigerator) 'breads that won't get soggy on thaw- Along Foods... ...
you could just throw the refrigerator hands? Your hands continually pick and cold drinks the following morn- ing. The sandwich thaws in time for Meats and 'If you use a lunchbox or one of the
under one arm and take it with you, up bacteria and other germs, and lunch, and keeps everything else ly pre-cooked Poultrycommercial and readytoeatmeats new laminated totes, wash it out
there wouldn't be problem in these organisms in around the ing.Keep cool in the
any dig meantime. NOTE: Hold such as corned beef, salami every night to keep bacteria from
caring for food to go. fingernails and in the creased skin of Your lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise. and
bologna, lunchbox
That's because the best way to the hand, Only vigorous washing Lunch Cold... They don't freeze well. Pack them to choices because are good last well. growing in seams and corners. A
fight food poisoning is to keep with hot, soapy water prepares add at lunch time. Canned meat and they weekly wash-out with baking sodashould
perishable foods-especially meat hands to safely deal with food. If possible, refrigerate your lunch be poultrywhich eliminate odors.
and between again at work or school. If not, here can opened and eaten immediately
poultry-cold preparation Use a thermos to keep milk or
Cook bet make
food thoroughly. For com are a good too. Just
and serving. ? At plete safety, raw meat, poultry and are some other "cooling" tips: juice cold until lunchtime. Or try the sure the can is properly sealed and .If you're a brown bagger, use on-
Why keep food cold F warm and fish should be thoroughly cooked, Put something cold in the lunch new fruit juices in special wax-paper not rusted, bulging,or badly dented. ly new, clean bags. Don't re-use
over-food temperatures--60 degrees bacteria can following package or cookbook bag-a cold drink, a small, plastic cartons that need no refrigeration. Fruits and VegetablesFresh bags that have carried groceries.
poisoning directions. refrigerator dish filled with water firm fruits and vegetables travel
begin to multiply and cause illness.At and frozen, or one of the new commercial 'Whatever you do keep your well. Washing them Before packing They can pass insects or bacteria
summer temperatures of 80 Refrigerate lunch fixed the night freezing gels. Some lunch lunch in the coolest place possible. helps to remove soil you can see plus from other food to your lunch. And
degrees and above they mutiply before. Pack your bag with bags now come with freeze-pack in Avoid leaving it in direct sun or on a bacteria, viruses, and insecticide NEVER use a bag that's wet or
very quickly. oerishables-meat, or poultry: sand- serts. warm radiator. sprays you can't see, stained. It could be very "germy."
While food poisoning usually

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B-U Realtors Elect
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Coming Year

Lavern Outlaw was elected presi-
dent of the Bradford-Union Board of
Realtors at the group's monthly) U. S. CHOICE '
meeting Monday morning.. He will AF
take office January 1, succeeding
the incumbent president, Cecelia
Terwillegar.Other .
rT
new officers elected at this
time were Bill Dodd, vice president;
David Dodge, secretary; and Susanna
Kitchens, treasurer.J. .

E. Tomlinson, president of the
Bradford County Economic

Development Corporation, addressed 1111.
the realtors on the important part
they can play in helping newcomers,
brought into the community by In- ,
dustrial development, find suitable
I' housing in the area. Tomlinson said
MAXWELL HOUSE
the Development Corporation had t
set a goal of $300,000 to fund a pro MASTERBLENDCOFFEE
gram to attract new industry over
the next three years, and asked for
support from the realtors group.
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Norton earns award in Tree Farm Program recruiting effortBy



Mark Frlrdlin school districts, Future Farmers of ly dedicated to the growing and do (for the owner just sit back and over-grazing. removal of overaged, diseased or insect -
BCT Staff Writer America group and 4-H organiza- harvesting of timber and other watch the trees grow, right It's Forest protection practices used infested trees.
Bradford County Forester Dave tions. forest crops. Landowners in me program really the opposite There quite a bit by local farmers include cutting fire
Norton is a firm proponent of the To Register are urged to develope and to do to protect the trees and see that lanes around the perimeter of the The owner also has to provide for
Tree Farm program for local lan- If you are thinking of registeringyour allow other of their lands t
usages they are managed in a proper way so property to stop potential fires from prompt restocking of desirable
downers and he was honored recently land in the program, the area, within the multiple use concept.All that they will be suitable for spreading and to allow easy move species of trees on harvested and
for his efforts in recruiting at a for the most part, must commercial a woodlands under one owner harvesting. It's a challenge for a ment of fire-fighting vehicles, idle areas of land which are suitablefor
state convention of the Florida medium or better stocking of must be managed according to Tree land-owner but the rewards can be disposal of high fire hazards and log- tree orwinl(.
Forestry Association (FFA). forest trees. I<'ieldsl bogs Farm standards before any of the great." ging slash, reduction of excessive
Norton received a placque for lakes, brush, homesites and other area is certified. An owner may Some of the things landownersmust forest fire fuel build-up by prescribed Replanting accomplished by a
enlisting local and area landownersin non-forested lands adjacent to the have his main are certified and then do to protect their trees include burning, maintenance of forest variety of methods including natural
the Tree Farm network which is property should not be included in add additional tracts as long as his having the ability and the equipmentto fire fighting equipment fencing and seeding, aerial or direct seeding or
overseen by the FFA and en- the Tree Farm area These areasdon't is to place these additional
policy
protect his woodland from fires, other efforts to eliminate destructive reforestation with young tree seedl
courages sound conservation and have to be defined in the report lands under management as diseases
proper insects and destructive Cra/inf Anti thn ovslomnlip inPRJ ,
land resource decisions on a but their acreage should be rapidly as possible. The additional

statewide basis. The Tree Farm program estimated and deducted from the tracts amy be certified when they ........,... r.... """'" _....."..,.7J'n'or .. ..,
itself is nationwide in scope. proposed Tree Farm area. All pro- are placed under intensive forest -- """'./"l--;_- ---'-. L-' ;. ..:'>-..2L .----.... .
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The FFA is made up of a group of posed acreage should be reported to management. 5t I.-u.-td..v-7.c"jjIJ ( ./
landowners, foresters and forestry the nearest whole number for repor- "Managing and caring for a com- ( p
industry people who lobby for ting purposes.The mercial tree operation is much more
beneficial forestry activities standard minimum area tract complex than most people think," LDS MOTORS INC. ?
considered for Tree l"ul'ln status is
Norton received the award while Norton commented. "When you see ,
attending the FFA's annual conven- 10 acres. Areas of lesser size will be the nicely ordered rows of trees i
a (
tion held at the Saddlebrook Resort considered on the basis of special growing over a period of years it 'i.b' 207 N. Temple Ave. Starke 964-7556

east of Tampa on Sept 11. merit. might not look as if there i is: much to
Most members enter the FFA's The woodland must be permanant- Immediate Financing to All Qualified Buyers '

Tree Farm education program and I .\ We at D&S would like to thank Starke/Bradford County for your support. )5S."S
receive information on some of the /
big issues in the industry right now, Payments As Low As $25.00 per week ,(

which include logging safety, tax
reform, Canadian imports and South 1 ;" ,,_____W"'..-",.....",.-.., ; ,
American imports a hot topic

among Industry local people in the forestry \y: 1 :

The American Tree Farm System .
which is a nation-wide program \} \j i
which gives public recognition to 1 t Burr l,
private forest owners who are doingan ]
t
effective job of growing trees as a b v'II

crop, according to Norton. It is sponsored '- p ..... :. ., ,; : .," .
by the nation's wood-using industries
through the American
Forest Institute with the assistanceof t I
vs- ', li
forestry associations, public agen- q' f,1I "4 I I 1 I
cies, consulting foresters and other a I :

experts. 1t' B I i B I i 1r
"The objective is to encourage !
private forestland owners to
r .
manage their forestlands for the in- t ,1I 1 -
( t'J
creased production of tree crops," LI' J :
Norton explaned, "with the additional 1 11l
benefit of improved wildlife
habitat, to the increasingly impor-
of watershed l ...... .
tant .
area protection ('--- ""-- ---------- -- ..
and outdoor recreation."
.
Supporting members of the pro- 5-j !j
gram hope to provide a better 1"1 'I 1
understanding of the role private
forestlands play in meeting the na- ( '
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tion's need for wood and paper pro- .-.j :
ducts, fresh water, wildlife and \ 00 '
recreation :
"We hope to encourage public sup- 4 ;
port," Norton said "for those tree -------" -- -- -

farmers, who, through achievingtheir .
own objectives, are implementing t a ,1. .
forest management practices ;ke h rIsfs .
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beneficial to society We also hope to I ::1979. :, 1 f.1)
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demonstrate the forest industry s interest r :; :
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to individual woodland owners y h Ii I' 'f.Y.., f-.i)
and its commitment to cooperatewith } ''N', J OIM 'J- !
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them in intensive
managementof
their forestlands" ... : : artr: aJ '

To enter the program a tree .t I I I '..Sd''df'. ..:\ .. .-. __' .. r
farmer must first have his forests
certified == ---J ..- )
The national requirements for certified -
'
u tree farm legibility include "2 t47 .. .--- .)
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written forest management recommendations --7ljJ. I.-(7717r--........ .L.//-- .L.L- -:..- --..:..:.L/-.J. ---: /J.L.-/" V
prepared by a ,
registered or graduate forester or kV'p
forestry technician plus an actual
"on the ground" implementation of
forestry management practices on a

significant question.portion of the forestlandin

Certified tree farmers are eligibleto
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compete in local, district and national -- ,
"" By Mo.l .dOl..
competitions and are sup H cogni7.'d... "

ported by the organization with re- ('omit) Forester la\p Norton inspection i.t'ssions of their trees by Forts in promoting the Aim'ric.m Tree Farm program to local l.ni- '
.
professional most cases foresters.In on privately owned do\\ 111'1'" whi have joined to association to Ill'olllClll':0",1/: "'rsabtunpractices : .ALL VALUET?

and managed forest-land is eligiblefor and sound decisions on land managt'mt'nt.

the program but certain
forestland In public ownership mat
be certified if it is managed and
meets all of the other standards. The TERWILLEGAR
intent of the public-ownership provision .A ,
is to allow the certification of MOTORS

school forests, municipal and town .
"
forests, and tracts of other publicly EDDIE STARLING F
.
owned woodland which are under '
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the direct management of organizations 5 .,., -
:
such as Boy and Girl Scouts, CARS & TRUCKS : _.-

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I Over 300 celebrate rebuilt church in Melrose;\f i. ... ATTENTION


fly Anne Sponholt/, I.KM: Editor
For nearly a year and nine months
the theme of the tiny congregation at I \ a BOW HUNTERS
Trinity Episcopal Church in Melrose L ;
has been like that of the Greek
mythical phoenix, their parish hall ARCHERY SALE
too would rise from the ashes. With ,
the help of the community friends & SEMINAR
and neighbors of the (church the
parish hall did just that
On Sunday, September 14, a
celebration of this feat took place as
approximately 400 people gathered
around the new parish hail for its

dedication.The lit.. Ilev Frank Cerveny, Saturday, Sept 20 10 to 5

of the Diocese of Florida,
led
Bishop
the congregation in (the dedication Bring Your Bow and Let Our Expert

which began at the corner stone of Tune It Up
the new parish hall and ended at the
Gillet Room (dedicated in
memonum to The Ilev. Canon Gordon Reduced Prices on Many Items
Gillot) and the Tolles Room
(dedicated( in memorlum to Judge
('.I. Tolles).
The original parish hall had been a .
chapel at Camp Blanding and was
purchased by members of the -
!Melrose Boy Scouts, with the financial -
help of the congregation and C) '- TACKLE & MARINE, INC.
community. In 1949 the large frame
structure rolled In sections through
the winding country roads from .;
< 'imp Blanding to the corner of 3070 Blanding Blvd.
"l'i, .mitv's. property.i Mlddleburg, Florida j

1 Mile South___woo 91R r_>.n. .CO..... _')1.

Celebration...
282-3115
Local Boy Scouts lead the procession
as members of the Trinity 282-3116
Episcopal Church Melrose: get
endy to dedicate their new building.The .
new parish hall Is a bigger,
improved version of the old one
which was destroyed Ina fire.

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\ t ; W t is seventeen, a pretty winter (cool), who isn't

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make-up feel, yet look "dressed up", we evened out

r''I''l' Deanna's skintone with a tinted moisturizerand

b a sheer translucent face power. Her

'' .; D 4y1.ip L cheeks are only lightly tinted. Shadows,

I liner and mascara make eyes the main focal
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,\ :Now Beginning... -. ', '" .
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Id. lU-v Frank C'erxfity Bishop of the Diocese of nerstinie on the new pai hh hall building. '
Moiid.i. leads the dedication it-lemony .it the now "01"- Merle Noi man extends a thank you to Alisha Gruen, Dawn Mosley and Deanna -

for being our Summer Make-Over Subjects. .. .

The building was reassembled/
and became: Melrose! landmark Hair styled by Christine at Glenda's Shear Design
Besides serving as a temporary' C.N.C. Construction Inc.
liuilding for the scouts and a parish ,
hall for the church it served the entire -
Photo by Cathy Wooley Free Lance Photographer
t community in a variety of ways. Stanley Crawford Owner
On the evening of January 23 11)83:
the choir along with the mission's
iu'ar. The Ven, Fred Yi-ikes, werein Residential Commercial Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio
\ the parish hall practicing for Sun
day's. service when an explosion: was 118 S. Thompson Street Starke 964-7355
heard and almost immediately the Custom Homes -
ii/.ilfu shrouded building became
engulfed in lIa. 'es."You're Concrete Work RoofingAll
watching history go up in
nuke" a member of the Melrose Phases of CarpentryPROMPT
Volunteer Fire Department told the
Lake Region Monitor as he foughtthe
devastating flames the night of WHOLESALE BUYSon
lh> lire.
ooon a crowd had gathered on the
church grounds of the 100 year old PROFESSIONAL

mission., silently Most stood mourning silently Many watching SERVICE Homes in progress for Used Cars --

cried opt-illy to
you see...
But tours e"l'turned t lo joy as the
new Sunday parish hall was dedicated on FREE ESTIMATESLet m Dealers WelcomedFri.

The new building, much larger Us Save You Money

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I I Obituaries I isI '. II IIi


i Howard L.Tucker Rev. John W. officiating
Yarbrough
Mae Griffis Shadd
Irene
i Mr. Howard L. Tucker, 82, of Burial will follow in the Pine Grove Gladys our time of bereavement. The Lord
Keystone Heights, died Thursday, Mrs.Annie Mae Griffis Shadd, 76, Cemetery under the direction; of Archer Lester Kota always tells us that we're never Card of ThanksThe
September 11, 1986 in North Florida of Lake Butler died at her home Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Mrs.Gladys Irene Lester Kota,77, alone, and you all have shown us
Regional Hospital In Gainesville Saturday night after an extended il died Monday morning at her that it is true.Through your love and family of William David Par-
following a long illness. lness. Marcus residence following a brief illness. understanding we were given the rish wishes to thank our friends for
Born in Burlingame, Kansas on Born in Union County, Mrs.Shadd Pringle Jr. Mrs. Kota moved to Lake Butler strength to accept readjustment.Once all the food, flowers and expressionsof
Mr. Marcus Pringle, Jr., 45, of Thanks. God loves sympathy during our great loss
October 3, 1903, Mr. Tucker was a lived most of her life in Lake Butler from East Riverdale,Maryland.She again, you
longtime resident of Keystone and Raiford. She was the widow of Lakeland, died Sunday morning in was born in West Virginia and was a and so do we.FAMILY. Parrish Family
Heights and was a member of Com- the late Dave Shadd and a memberof the Lakeland Memorial Hospital housewife. OF TilE LATE OSCAR
munity Church in Keystone. He wasa the New River New Congrega- after Mr.a brief illness. Survivors include three "BUBBA" KELLY
retired auto parts salesman. tional Methodist Church at Raiford. Pringle was born in Union daughters, Lois Haynes, Lake
Survivors include his wife, AnnaM. County and had lived most of his life Butler Margaret Coon Washington,

Anderson Tucker of Keystone Survivors Include two daughters, in Lakeland Duval County until moving to PA, fancy Fillyaw, Lake Butler; --.. TOP QUALITY FAIR PRICE
Heights; one son, Nell Tucker, Mrs. Wanda S. Barber, Canton GA, recently. He was a one son, William G. Prillman, ':. ..
Starke; one dauther, Anita Kidwell Willa Mae Taylor,Jacksonville; five Methodist. Forcedville,Maryland; one brother, 1081DAO BIG SELECTIONS .& FREE ADVICE
Clearwater; four grandchildren. sons,Leeman,Glen St. Mary,DanielL. Survivors include his wife, Vassle John Lester, CA; one sister, Myrtle pEST FPC
YOURS AT
Funeral services were held Satur- ., Jacksonville, Leon & Lowell, Pringle; mother & stepfather, Krantz, CA; nine grandchildren & C ALL
day, September 13, 1986 in Com- Lake Butler, Leslie, Brooker; one Claude & Gertrude Wallace, Ocala; seven great grandchildren. NTR LAWN & GARDEN CENTER
father .f ...........
Luell Pringle, LA '
Church in brother Nelson ; Funeral services held .
Griffis
munity Keystone Heights Lake two sisters Sulfuri were OPEN 9.5 (SAT 8-6)) CALL 964-5745
with Rev. Buddy Friedlin conduc- Butler; nineteen grandchildren & Jessie ngle, Wednesday, September 17, 1986 in
ting the services. Entombment was thirteen grandchildren. Gainesville & Versie Lucille Archer Funeral Home Chapel; with
in Crosby Lake Cemetery under the Funeral services were held Mon Wimberly of Auburndale. Rev. Raymond Baer officiating. OREGON FALL VEGETABLETOP
direction of Jones Funeral Home of day at the New River New Con Funeral services were held Tuesday Burial will be in Dekle Cemeterywith
Keystone Heights. gregational Methodist Church with in the Chapel of Archer Funeral Archer Funeral Home of Lake QUALITY & ANNUAL PLANTS
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members, fund raising events and PRICES EFFECTIVE BEGINNING
the support of friends of the church.
the the THURSDAY, SEPT. 18th. THRU
Clergy joining Bishop in
dedication were The Ven. Fred G SAWYER GAS .p--- ;'.0+ } WEDNESDAY SEPT. 24th.Seagram's .
Yerkes and The Rev William Pop-
pell. Many of the members of the
vestry who were on the church's RONR1CO
governing body the night the fire r r
broke out, continued to serve PUERTO R1CANRUM _
throughout the rebuilding of the Gin
parish hall including Senior Warden
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the architectural firm of T. C. Skin OF 6 & DARK CASE
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Gainesville and was constructed by :
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smoke smoldered on the eve of lIliiill:9s !
.- January 23, 19B5 and the pages of for all your heating needs. Save \Vfi 50 o
history closed on the old parish hall,
so the dedication of the new parish compared to electric resistant heat. '
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hall re-opened the pages of history.
The doors are now open. Boy : 6mimtJ/f INVeR
Scouts, Girls Scouts and Browniesare Dearborn 73an
meeting behind these doors.The BOO VODKA
choir has begun practicing, the ffouse
church vestry has met, a group of
nearly 400 shared a meal the after VENTED GASHEATER 1.75 59 lor.LITER RARE SCOTCH WHISKY
noon of the dedication, young
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Joe Daurer displayed his historical
photographs of the area, including 35,000 to 65,000
many depicting the destructive BTU q++ = "fKveR 95 ioo
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A mother and child were taken to the hospital when they were InJurled
in an accident Sept. 11.
Gayle Steedley and six-year-old Tom Steedley were taken by Rescue to
T Bradford Hospital where they were admitted according to Paramedics
g '" .. S Scott Taylor and Jerrcll Johnson.
Stecdley's 1985 Ford was struck by a 1977 Dodge driven by Audrey K.
1 Stoppelbein of Keystone Heights. The Ford overturned after being struck
"' -_..- _. by the Dodge. Stoppelbein was eastbound on Pratt Street and failed to
stop for the stop sign she was cited in the accident according to
Patrolman K. K. Hinds Jr.
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Bradford Office of the State Jackson arrested June 27 for defendants.Two ,
Attorney received 75 new in- delivery of cocaine; pled no contest, sworn complaints charging "1Formerly. Looking Glass Styling Center) .
dividuals cases and/or felony defen- sentenced to 30 months DOC. assault, battery against correctional ,*
dants for prosecution during the State Attorney conducted investigation officer. ; case lacks prosecutivemerit. ;f6 140 W. Call Street Starke 964-HAIR
month of August, according to In- of attempted murder; '
vestigator Wiley Clark. case dismissed, no probable cause Sworn complaint charging grant 'I\ p' Welcomes t
Four of the found. theft; insufficient evidence as to this
cases were prison 1
related. Sworn complaint charging aggravated defendant. .; Faye Ireland & Christine Seroki .
According to Clark, the Bradford battery; dismissed, victim Sworn complaint charging aggravated "
office is almost 100 cases ahead of does not wish to prosecute. assuault with auto; insuffi-
this time last year.Information Inmate Kenneth Ray Schultz arrested cient evidence as to this defendant,
was filed on 48 cases March 3 for escape, grand lacks prosecutive merit, victim does Perms V
and the office declined to prosecute theft; pled no contest and was not wish to prosecute. Reg. '4oo . . . z price -
sentenced to 18 months DOC Sworn complaint charging issuing
25 cases. Eleven cases were dismissed. concur-
There was one jury trial. The of- rent.William worthless check; transferred to Free Eyewax & Hot Oil w/Each Perm
fice conducted one state attorney in- James Suggs arrested misdemeanor division. Offer Good through October 31 Faye & Christine Only
vestigation and filed five felony ap May 11 for carrying concealed Inmate George Robinson charged'with
peals.No firearm, unlawful radio equipment; aggravated battery; pled guilty !- !
taken case dismissed.Two sentenced to 20 months DOC,consecutive I
judicial action was on
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juvenile court. The state attorney
dismissed three juvenile petitionsand
six cases received nonjudicialaction.
acrppted.. Three pleas of guilty were BROCHURES PAMPHLETS

The office declined the recommen- CHURCH BULLETINS STATIONARY
dation of /HRS on seven juvenile peti-
tions, said Clark. BOOKS FLYERS NEWSPAPERS
The lolloping cases received final
disposition during the month of
August.

Debra Powell arrested March 21
for issuing worthless check; pled
guilty and was placed on probationfor Our Special -
three yeas, ordered to make
restitution anu be evaluated by
Bradford Union Guidance Clinic for 1,000 Business CardsRaised a,
alcohol problem.Randolph La-Z-Boy recliner prices are
Harris arrested March Letters, Black Ink faster than the
falling temperature.Now's .
22 for welfare fraud; pled guilty,
placed' on three years probation, the time to make one yoursl I
rr.ake $1,203 restitution and pay $300 ]
attorney fees. $1895plusto. ; Just when you were thinking about
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Dusty E. Roberts arrested Jan. 31 y indoors
relaxing along comes a sale
for juror tampering; pled guilty to
attempted juror tampering, placedon Call 964-5764 Ask for Kim that helps you do ill Recliners from
12 months probation, fined $500. \ La-Z-Boy: in exciting styles and fabrics,
arrested March 1 that were never easier to afford_ !.
17 for aggravated assault!: ; pled guil-
ty to reckless display of firearm and
was given 18 months probation.
Charles Jackson, Jr. arrestedNov.
10 for grand theft; pled guilty, \ \ :
sentenced to 12 months concurrent.
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Stirkc Man Gets Patio''Pot Plants enroute to a vehicle fire. ;r.. Recent ArrestsIn recognisance. ding to Patrolman Shuford. I He was

5 Years ProbationA Get Man ArrestedWhile John Jones was involved in an accident Bradford CountyThe James Bennett, 56, was arrested released after a $210 surety bond
Sept. 11 on CK-229W when his Sept. 11 for DUI and DWLS, according was posted.
-j'i-ar-old:\ Starke man was arresting a Starke man on a vehicle struck a tree. According to following arrests were made to Deputy Doug York. Bond was
placed on live years probation Sept. Clay County warrant Sept. 8, four Paramedics Johnson and Taylor, he In Bradford County by local set at$472.50, he was released on his Leonard Randolph Watson, 21, ol
2 in Bradlord County Circuit Court plants growing by the subject's door to authorities. own recognizance.Kevin Duval County was arrested Sept. 11
was transported a hospital by
caught the deputy's for DWLS, according to Patrolman
for a charge of attempt committ eye. vehicle. Francis Howard Norman
private was arrested -
According to Investigator David Shuford. Watson was released altera
assault upon child. Sept. 12 for disorderly Intox- James Randolph, 23, was
Johnny Lee Powell, of Stewart, Aderholt, before he could say ication, according to Patrolman arrested Sept. 11 for DWLS, accor- $210 cash bond was posted.
Miss., was arrested Dec. 29 and anything about the plants looking Store Owner HelpsIn Raymond Shuford. Norman was in _--r --------
like the
marijuana, subject being
charged with lewd-lascivious the lobby with a can of beer in his
assault upon a child. The alleged incident placed under arrest said they didn'tbelong Shoplifter ArrestA hand at the Econo Lodge. lie would ]
him.
to
*) took place in November and not leave sLee's Restaurant
when asked and
December Lewis Paul Duchene, 32, of South shoplifter was apprehended as was arrested IrS
of last year upon the Walnut Street charged with he was leaving a downtown store said the report. Norman was
was
friend.daughter(under 16 years of age) of a manufacturing cannabis, accordingto Sept 10.The released to the Veterans Hospital ::rJ & LoungeAmerican

Investigator Aderholt. Bond was owner of Chastain's had
Powell pled no contest attempted witnessed Terry Lee Thayer, 39, of Starkewas Seafood and Food
lewd set at$250 and he was released on his the theft, asked the man Chinese
assault and was sentenced own recognizance. Duchene posted a for the merchandise but he said hedidn't arrested Sept. 12 for resisting
to probation. Powell is to be
arrest without violence and battery
surety bond on the Clay County take anything.
evaluated for sexual disorders fined
of
a law enforcement officer, according
The confiscatedand Willie Benjamin Johnson, Jr., 38,
charge. plants were
$1,(ioo and ordered
to $200 costs.
pay to Patrolman K. R. Hinds Jr.
are in the possession of theSheriff's of Starke was stopped as he was This Week's Special
If all conditions are met the court Starke
Police were called to a
will consider termination after three Office. If they are your leaving In a vehicle and two rings
plants, you may pick them up at the (valued at $250) were recovered, according domestic distrubance which
to John
according Judge J
years resulted in the
to Patolman William arrest. Bond was set $995
courthouse said Aderholt.
Crews 1. Alligator Steak & Froglegs .
Hussell. Johnson was charged with at$1,000, Thayer was released on his
i Starke Man Flees Two ArrestedFor petit theft and possession of drug own recognizance.Mark (World Season Popular Seafood)

paraphernalia. Bond was set at$500,
Accident Arrested FightingTwo he was released on his own capias Doss charging, 19, was grand arrested theft on a, 2. Steak & Froglegs $895

Cordon Wayne Baker of Starkewas Starke men were arrested recognizance. criminal mischief, according to ((12 oz. U.S. Choice Ribeye)
arrested Sept. 8 at him home Sept. 12 for fighting on Water Street. Deputy Doug York. Bond was set at
after he fled the scene of an acci David Jim Browning, 20, was arrested $2,000, he was released on his own $895
dent.! and charged with affray, according Monday Accident recognizance. 3. Steak & Fried Shrimp . . . .
Baker,driving a 1974 Pontiac was to Patrolman Richard Sends 2 To HospitalA ((12 oz. U.S. Choice Ribeye and Va lb. Fried Med. Shrimp)
southbound on US-301, failed to stop Splitt. Browning and James Moss Wayne Ha den Hutchins was ar
for the traffic signal and struck a were fighting in the street,were told Monday, Sept. 15, afternoon accident rested Sept. 11 on a capias charging All orders come with soup or salad.
1972 Chevrolet pickup which was to stop by the police but would not on Bessent Road in Starke aggravated battery and battery, according Fried Rice French Fries
entering US-301 from SR-16, according stop. Moss fell to the ground and sent two teenage girls to Bradford to Deputy Eugene Lee. Bond or
to Patrolman William Russell. Browning kicked him in the head, Hospital. was set at $2,000, he was ordered to
Damage to the pickup, driven by according to the arrest record. Bond Robyn Bryant, 17, and Wendy continue counseling and was relear!
William Miles Sanders of Starke, was set at $500, Browning was STrickland, 16, were taken by ed on his own recognizance. House Daily Special:
was $100. released on his own recognizance.Moss Rescue to the hospital where they
Damage t', the Pontiac was $400. was taken to Bradford were treated and released, according $795
There were no listed injuries. Hospital for treatment but was also to Paramedics Cliff Chapmanand Traffic Live Maine Lobster . . . . . .
with and released Scott Taylor. Hosea McKinnon, 32, of Sandersonwas
Jordan; was charged with leaving charged affray on
th* scene of an accident and driving his own recognizance. Bryant, driving a 1977 Buick, was arrested Sept. 13 for driving
while license suspended! said going too fast on the curve, over- while license suspended (DWLS), Chinese FoodFeaturing
Hussell. He was released after a Starke Fire Dept. corrected causing the vehicle to according to Patrolman W. R.
slide around and go into the ditch, Russell. Bond was set at$210, he was
$472.50( surety bond was posted.
Answers 13 CallsThe according to Trooper William released on his own recognizance. :
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responded Starke to 13 Fire calls Department during the the Abrams.ditch,The bounced vehicle off spun the around bank and in Michael G. Perkins, 22, of Lawteywas ". -k'(,'' ";r \ Mandarin Szechuan

Two Men Same Name month of August, according to came to rest on the roadwa. said arrested Sept. 13 for driving Hunan Cuisine
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Nelson Green. Abrams. under influence and
Firefighter
Arrested Same ChargeTwo Four of the calls were to vehicle Damage to the Buick was $1,500. DWLS, according to Patrolman ,: .-r.'
Jacksonville men were arrested fires, two were smoke inhalation and Bryant was cited for careless driv- Raymond Shuford. Bond was set at f3:=;=
Sept. 7 causing a bit of confusion two calls were vehicle accidents ing. $1,000, he was released on his own 800 N. Temple Avenue Starke

in records, they had the same where extrication was required.One .- vIS" 964-6601
name and were driving the same call was a rescue assist, three .
were smoke alarm investigation and Open 7 Days A Week
car.Michael D. Carroll, 29, and one call was a special duty. Open for Lunch: 10.30 a.m. 3:00: p.m.

Michael Anthony Carroll, 22, were There was no structure fire within Open for Dinner: 3:00: p.m. 10:00: p.m. I III I&i
both charged with wilful-wanton the city limits during the month of I "-II!
reckless driving at 8:30: p.m.on Sept. August, said Green.Accident uiAMaster's 1 i Sunday 12 Noon 9:00: p.m.SAWYER.
7, doing 74 mph, in the same vehicle, ,
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according to Trooper
bridge. InjuriesAndrew

While trying to apprehend the Moon was transported to
vehicle the
speeding trooper
Bradford Hospital Sunday afternoon
witnessed driver and .
the passenger
after his ten-speed bike was struck
changing places, said Ethridge. by a car on SR-16, east of Starke,according -
Michael D. was additionally chargedwith to Paramedics Jerrell in Business Administration
no valid driver's license, whichprobabl' Johnson and Burl Traylor.
explained the driver ..
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'switch said Ethridge. Trooper William Abrams is 'fine' Designed For WorkingMen
; Bond was set at $t57.50 for the according to a spokesperson for the and Women:
;; WWRD charge and. both Carrolls IIP. Abrams wrecked his patrolcar I
werereleased on their own at 12:15 CH-12t Weekend classes
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man who killed Avery Daniel parking lot, Stanfa and a friend were Human Resource I 0) b ..:. I
Bass at Annie Tiques in Jacksonvillelast waiting and Stanfa and Bass became & ci::
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April apologized to Bass' family involved in an argument, according Management nJ): Monday before he was sentenced to to Lt. Jim Suber. Stanfa drew a .38 Public Administration a ffic
serve 15 in prison for caliber revolver and shot Bass once I : "' ynO "
manslaughter.years in the forehead, said Suber. U)".- !
Members of Bass' family cried as On Aug. 15 Stanfa pled guilty to I wro.; u C:! "0 Ii"r In I II F
: Anthony Joseph Stanfa turned to manslaughter, possession of a I 1 g
them in the Duval courtroom and firearm by a convicted felon, > a CoE"O CI> ,.. > ..J _
said he wished there was more he forgery, uttering a forged instru- I OQ: Z Q to. 9- Zii(j I /, z, First in preference
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else's credit card and that the washer they'd like to own.)
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car
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; leaving Annie Tiques at 1 a.m. firearm by a convicted felon and five 1
: Bass was a plumber for Eagerton. in years for each other charge. In a WITH PURCHASEOF
; Jacksonville. separate incident in which he stole a MAYTAG WASHER
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FOR SALE
1984 OLDS CUTLASS BROUGHAM like OPPORTUNITIESOWN FOR SALE .
new loaded $8900 964 8484. 9/11 .'12X70 with 6X12 EXPANDO BR, 2 full

tfnchg YOUR OWN $10.99 one price 1984 DESTINY MH with fireplace. I baths, all electric 3 ton AC skirting.
1977 HONDA CIVIC. 2 Dr. automatic designer' shoe store. A retail price Bedroom, and more. Take over Asking $5:00. 473.2152. 9/11 tfnchg rWilltJarREALTY
$700. 964.4785 extra clean. 9/I8ltpd unbelievable for quality shoes normal. payments. Call 782-3358 after 6 p.m.
1911 COUGAR XR-7 fully loaded bank ly priced from $19 to $60. Over 150 3/20 TF COMMERCIAL PROPERTY r
loan value li $4250. Retail. value brand names 250 styles $14,300 to 1987 FLEETWOOD $7995. one l.lt at this RENT/LEASE
after 6p.m.
964 8485
$5600. asking $4300 $25,900 Inventory training, fixtures, price. FLYING Z MOBILE HOMES
., 964-4181. 9/181Ichg grand opening. Can combine with over Green Cove Springs. Call 284-5000 collect ,
FOR SALE OR TRADE 72 Olds trade looks for amen 1,000 brands of apparel accessory or call 1-471-0611 after 6 pin. 7/3 NORTHWEST CORNER OF Call & Thompson
but runs For sale or good dancewear/aeroblc, children. shop. pd 7/31 tfnchg Streets: 2 story masonry building. PHONE 964-7776
something of value, preferably 9/18 Can open 15 days. Mr. Keenan ((305) NEW & USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy Clyde W. Simpson 3566849. 4/10TF
lawn mower 7823949 Itpd 695.8267.9/18 Itpd Wells at S&W Mobile Homes, 964.6407or 3 RETAIL STORES for lease Highway 301 205 N. Temple StarkeToday
1973 CADILLAC Coupe Devllle, $800. OWN YOUR OWN Jean-Sportswear 964.6408. 8/14 tfnrw South. 473.3627 or 9648848. 5/8TF Cecelia Terwlllegar

964-6298. 9/18ltpd Station ladies apparel children/maternity, ASSUME LOANSi '4.. 703 BR. 2 BA $149
1911 FIREBIRD 1975 Plymouth 'large sizes, petite dancewear/aerobic per month; 24 x 45 3 BR, 2 BA $168 per
Wagon. Coll 964 low 8789.9/18 mileage,Itpd excellent or accessories store Jordache Chic month; 24 x 52 3 BR 2 BA, $201 per COUNSELING SERVICES and always may God bestow his love on you.
1986 FORD LTD Lee, Levi), Izod Gltano Guess, Calvin .
month; 24 x 70 4 BR, $231 per month.
cond.. Call 9616425.9/18 Itpd COCAINE OR DRUG ABUSE IN YOUR
Klein Servlo Valente Evan Picone Liz cash
Free delivery S set-up no neededon
1984 NISSAN PULSAR red automatic. Claiborne Members Only Gasoline select models. Call 262.5000anytime. FAMILY?? For help please call Mark SPECIAL
AC, 34.000 miles sunroof Sony Healthtex over 1000 others. $14,300 to 8/21 tfn Wise M.S.W. 964-4433. 9/11 2tpd9/18 --..-..-.\MV\M\rM --V. \MM.\N V
AM/FM cassette 964.4365 w/equallzer.after S $6,000.9/18 $25,900 inventory, training fixture., ALL GUERDONS, cost plus, setup with EASY TO ENJOY-Brick 3BR 1 '/ BA CH/A, large family room
OBO. Call p.m. grand opening etc. Can open 15 days approved credit. Flying Z Mobile NOTICE with fireplace, formal living & dining room utility room, Access

1973 Itpd FORD BRONCO 4x4 half cab 302 Mr. Sidney ((404)) 252.4489. 9/18 Itpd Homes, 11060 Phillips Hwy., Jackson to beautiful Crystal Lake
100 SUNBEDS. SUNAL-WOLFF SYSTEMS. .
auto trans, tubular steel dog vllle. 262 5000. 8/21 tin ... ... ... V. r..M\Mr WIM
engine Buy the best. Direct from manufac 24 X 60 DOUBLEWIDE on 1 oc. lot. 3 Br., 2 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted 1\M\M V. M M NMe 1 NMr W\\M\M
box. 25 gal aux. gas tank 8 ton PTO turer. Save thousands. While they last. Ba., LR DR. den w/flreplace. to the Bradford County INSTANT LIVING COMPLETELY FURNISHED-1981 Guerdon
wench needs some work. 964.8187. Commercial 8 residential. Sunquestlamps Telegraph office In writing and paid In
CH/A.
dishwasher water conditioner doublewide Lake Access
9/18 Itchg & Trevor Island lotions 1 800 advance unless credit Is already on approx. one acre-Sampson
MUSTANG 4 cyl., 4-speed, Priced for quick sale at 26500.
1980 gray 228.6292. fcan 86-288 established with this office $35,000.
PS, AC, AM/FM good tires, good Interior FRANCHISE. BE IN BUSINESS FOR 9644238.911 tfnchg vaulted THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE GET AWAY TO LIVING-CB home with 2.25 acres CH&A with
and
12 X 60 2 BR with large bath
sunroof bcdy looks good.
YOURSELF BUT NOT BY HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
celling., Completely redone In 1984. ExCalient 1,456 ft. SE 34th Ave.
$2,100. Call before 2 p.m., 9644852. YOURSELF.DEBIT ONE MOBILE BOOK. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER approx. sq.
9/18 Itpd KEEPING. Investment opportunity for condition. $4950. Owner flnanc THE TELEPHONE. STYLED FOR THE TIMES-Cedar board and batten fireplace,

1973 V.W., new paint good Interior no. growth and Income potential. No retail 1986 Ing.PIEDMONT.9644269. 9/18 24X56 Itchg Mobile Home. 3 Classified deadline I. TUESDAY, range, refrig., d/w CH/A, fenced yard, city water & sewer,
rust runs good. $900 OBO. 964.5036.MOTORCYCLES store or Inventory Single or NOON, prior to Thursday publication.
necessary. ft. Assum 58500.
BR, 2 BA w/den 8 fireplace Call alter approx. 1.456 sq. mortgage
multl-unit franchise available. Low Minimum charge 15 words for$3.50
5 964-4898 964 8566 will FINEST-Handsome cedar S stone In
p.m. or neg. SO YOU WANT THE
capital Investment for owner/operator then 15 cents for each word thereofter.
or owner/Investor working with unique 9/18 1 Itpd Lakewood with access to Crosby Lake. Over 3,000 sq. h? 4 BR,

HONDA 350X thr.e wheeler brand concept. Franchise fee 18000. 1 2 BA, LR, DR, kitchen with eating area, family room with
new. 473.2214. 8/7 tfnchg For more Info on one of the fastest iffi double
growing franchise opportunities call: ,fireplace fans In most rooms, CH8A sky lights, patio
18003312491. 3433-S South Camp. garage sun porch over an acre of land $97,000.
YARD SALES Accelerated Inc. FAMILY-S.E. 24th Ave. (off Rd. 100
bell Springfield MO 65807. Icon Realty IDEAL HOME FOR LARGE

SAT. SEPT. 20. 9 til 2. 503 N. Church. 86.290 East) 2.7 ac., 5 BR 3 BA, living room, dining room, kitchen

Many baby items, rattan sofa table. Phone 964-4544 eat-in area or study den, office all appliances, drapes, large,
tire rims, bikes, and much more 9/18 BOATS : attractive deck overlooking a quarter acre fish pond with fish I

1 Itpd eMOVE IN TODAY-504 Legion Terrace-3 BR, 1 1/2 BA, CH/A,
SAT. SEPT. 20 all day. Clothing. 19(4 MASTER CRAFT SKI BOAT,
household Items 507 W. Madison St. loaded. Gray & blue, excellent powerslot 1520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke, Florida d/w, stove 151/2 cu. ft. refrig. w/ Ice maker, washer/dryer,

Across from new shopping center 9/18 cond., garage kept 4732214. 8/7 Homes Lots Acreage Waterfront four ceiling fans drapes, blinds, tinted windows, freshly

Itchg tfnchg Farms CommercialNo painted Inside & out patio, 10 x 10 utility bldg.

RUMMAGE 5. Also goats SALE for now sale.through N. Old October LawteyRd 12FT.Evlnrude FIBERGLASS Motor. Excellent BOAT ft TRAILER cond. $650..7.5 Charge to List Your Property for Sale m eA JOY TO LIVE IN Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH/A, 3 BR, 2 BA,

by Laura Baptist Church on l11h 1 St. Call after S, 964.8462 or 964.7068.9/18 Call and discuss it with us. hta a o spacious LR with fireplace, gracious Fla: room, utility room,
9/18 ItpdMOVING Itpd skylights 2 utility bldgs., privacy fence. Reduced to 44000.

SALE Sat. Sept. 20. Furniture COUNTRY LIVING CLOSE TO THE CITY Brick home with LR, formal DR, 5 BR. BARGAIN OF THE YEAR-BROOKER-Extro nice -one blk from
kitchen items, rodio/stereo, exercise LAND FOR SALELOT
2 BA eat-In kitchen w/snack bar enclosed of excel liv. space-only 8 old-
bench & weights, many misc. items. (use one for sewing room) large school-1500 sq. ft yrs.
626 W. Madison St., Stork FL. 9/18 garage, utility room 77900. CH&A-$43,000 VA assum. mtg. of $35,000 at 9Vi % You can
Itpd IN CITYl 6000. Call 964.5764; after CHOICE LOCATION-NEAR SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY Brick home, 3 BR. 2 into this home for $6,0001
YARD SALE, play pen like new infants 5, call 964.5251.3/01 tfnr BA living room-dining-kitchen combo 39900. get approx.
winter clothes. Call to sea. 4734748. ACRES M/O/L with septic, well & 200- PROFIT BY BUYING NOW Brick home nestled on 5 acre., 3 BR 2 BA,family AN INVITATION TO SPACIOUS LIVING-Corner Orange& Pratt
9/18 Itpd amp pole on Laura Church Rd. 23000. room w/fireplace, large kitchen with loads of cabinets, utility room, 3 Br., 2 Ba., CH&A LR, DR family room & screened in patio.
YARD SALE, 202 Pine Street SR 16 to Ph. 692-2464 no collect calls 9/18 2tpd pecan trees, REDUCED FROM $58,000 to 49900. HOME FOR FAMILY ENJOYMENT-Lovely brick, colonial home
County Road 199' State Prison. Saturday 9/25 WALKING DISTANCE TO SCHOOL Nice block home w/screened porch 3 off Geiger Rd.-4 bedrooms 2 baths-approx. 2700 sq. ft.-10.09
only 9.5. Look for signs 9/18ltpd BR, 1 BA livlng-dlnlng-kitchen combo 34900.
THURS. & FRIDAY, on Griffis loop MISCELLANEOUS DO YOU LIKE ANIMALS& Good farm and ranch land 28.7 acres partially acres-many amenities.
Across 2nd RR crossing on left Vi m'le.' timbered frame home, 2 BR, 1 BA llvlng--dining--kitchen combo screened THE GREAT GET-A-WAY We are proud to offer a handsome

porch 74750. brick & cedar home on 37/ acres, 4 BR 2VJ bath plus a nice
REAL ESTATE WANT TO SELL THAT TIMESHARE WEEK? Brick home, living room dmlng-kitchen combo
"MUST SELL" OPPORTUNITY barn, energy efficient, $133,000. Ideal for.horses.
I OUT OF AREA Call Country.the Number Call Resort 1 Clearinghouse Sales Internationol. the- 3 BR 2 BA, family room, utility room outside BBQ pit. ONLY 6 years old eWALK TO EVERYTHING! 1032 E. Call St., 3 BR, 1 '/ bath,
MAKE OFFERIM I i
Gotlinburg TN a'6154873108. GARDENING AT ITS BEST Lovely block home on 3 acres 2 BR, 2 BA, Family 45000. Extra large lot.
LAND FOR SALE Mountain property 65000. EXCELLENT ACRES both sides of Brownlee Rd.
SCHOOLSSEMI Room large living & dining area-Great for entertaining 36.43 on
very
$100 down owner financing, great get.
Beautiful 2 acre tracts, close to THAT HOME IN THE COUNTRY! Lovely home on 5 acres within easy driving Owner will finance 82322. A smart Florida investment.
3.000 away. acre lake, 1t' hours north of distance of Jacksonville or Cecil Field. 3 BR, 2 BA Great Room with INVESTORS: 438 Acres in South Bradford County. Partially
Atlanta. 1 276-2681 1 ((404)) DRIVER TRAINING. Earn Big BucksDrive fireplace, CH&A, central vaccum and stereo, ceiling fans, workshop bldg..
((404)) or Big Trucks! D.O.T. Certification. subdivided, highway frontage, close to school $1,000 per
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635.4397.fcan 86.287 fruit trees, fishpond $74.900., .. .
Local) and National Job Placement FRIENDLY LITTLE HOME. 251 ,16--901 frontage, 4BR, 1 BA living room,large acre. Hardwood es: Developer's'dream I
PETSDEER Assistance Correspondence/Resident dining/kitchen area with loads of cabinets, screened porch utility bldg., PRIME EXECUTIVE OFFICES ON US 301 n..or Edwards Rd.
Training. Eligile Institution for Financial 34900. Seven thousand four hundred forty six sq. ft. In Bldg. with 150'
Aid Guaranteed Student Loans.Call
FOR INVESTMENT Good rental property Neat frame home, 2 BR, for 30 $199,0001
LOOKING 254' cars.
301 deep. Parking
FOX COON DOGS. Hwy 301 N. 6 1 ((800)) 2828165. UNITED TRUCK on Hwy by space

mi S. of Starke. Good selection MASTER. Resident Training: Tampa FL 1 BA $26.000.SELDOM A CHANCE. LIKE THIS Located on 2 lots In Brooker, Neat and well ....PREFERRED PROPERTIES.... .
through No. 468.2905.9/18 3tpd 10/2 fcan 86 291 kept mobile home 3 BR 2 BA living--dining--kltchen combo porch, tool sh NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Club-for development.

$25,000.. ACRES-Great Church Rd. $12.000.
2 BR I BA, SIX Buy-Primitive Baptist
DON'T RIDE-WALKI I Close to school-stores, One-Unit duplex
Roberts Real Estate LIving-Dinlng-kitchen combo nice quiet neighborhood $27,900. BROOKER-Trailer 14' x 56' plus lot 100' x 10020000.

ROBINS AND ROSES Lovely Mobile home enclosed In brick, 3 BR 2 BA, eHI ft DRY-14.05 Ac., 2 wells, septic tank $35,000.
?86 N. Temple Ave. Stark. FL CH/A. well S septic tank. 56900. NEAR LAKE ALTO-Ten acres-l0,000. Excellent buy. .
964-6262 LOTS ON SAMPSON LAKE NEAR STARKE Relax and enjoy good fishing WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre $15,000.
and Owner financing with 20% down. Priced to sell
boating swimming. will divide.
PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or

COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301 LOTS beginning ON SAMPSON at 18000.INLET NEAR STARKE Small river but good building lots, SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine acres 2 wells, 3 septic tanks. !

$50,000. Call Today! good fishing, close to Sampson Lake. Owner financing with 20% down. FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club 90000. ,

ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile home. Only Prices start at 8000. 1.37 ACRES State Rd. 100 East 7700.
$75,000. Owner terms possible. 2 CITY LOTS-GOOD LOCATION Hwy 16 West Just 2 blocks from Hwy 301. BUILDINGS ON CALL ST.-Both for 40200. I I2

eCHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, central heat & air. HOUSE COUNTRY FOR CLUB RENT ESTATES 3 BR, -2 Build BA, LR a,beautiful DR Family home Room.on this lovely Lot. e3 LOTS each 50' x 100' all for 7000.

Reduced to 35000. CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' x 385' 17000.
FOR SALE
LAND
640 ACRES Excellent development property in a rapidly il; ACRES ON PAVED ROAD 13th St. N.W., Lots of Pecan trees, well 8 septic After Hours i 1

growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that $1200 tank on property Pauline Randolph 964-6323 I
land with deep well good mineral water 49000.
per acre! I. 20 ACRES of good farm
475-2597))
DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath on 1 acre. 23000. 131 ACRES ol excellent farm land, use for dairy herd raise horses. Randy Cory
SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. $11,000. 2 SEPARATE PARCELS 4.55 acres and 2.16 acres, near Graham. Anne Terwlllegar Nelson 473-75411
10 ACRES in South Clay County ride your 3-wheeler $17.900.
e38 ACRE FARM Northwest of Starke, 2 Bedrooms 2 Bath COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

frame with out-buildings, CH/A 301 SOUTH 146 ft. frontage on highway.

'10 ACRES Pecan grove, no improvements. 301 SOUTH 4.5 acres with frontage on the Highway.
FORSYTH ROAD 5 Acres plus, no Improvements. 640 ft. BUILDING WITH APPROX. 15,000 sq. ft. floor space $74,900. FLORIDA CARPET CLEANING & DYE .

frontage on road. 2.9 acres with older mobile home, well, ..FREE NOTARY SERVICES-- PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED Q M'>

pump, septic tank.COMPLETE PUT US TO WORK FOR YOU I 111( I "Quality Work low low prices $1495 J

APPRAISAL SERVICE AFTER HOURS (Any Room & Hall) . . . .. . . Scotchgard Available'
COMPUTERIZED
Wayne Douglas..........964-6593 Novls Ward964.7454 Specializing In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet furniture cleaningand
George W. Roberts, Jr. Broker John Gr..n..533-2121 Bill Dodd..964.7408Irving offer bids on commercial work.
964.6058 Evenings Kurlmay..9U.7408 Senior Citizen Discount No mileage charge Free advice
Clark..............964-7188 Cindy
Sal..manAppral..r9&.C.4181
Terry A. Galnes CSM 064.6439 ........................ .loom..r Call 964-4997 Call .M...,... ;
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Evenings Tom (foment ... .... : Storlle.lr.dlan
2110 sq.n. Chick wane pagas tit looil'phone boos
Sltrs chwo 11II Wart!Gu...n1.ld Chambar Commerce
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i Excellent gel-awey home Call and Lake Butler 4 Br., 2 Ba.,

for more Information. CH&A on 8 acres. Extras: LargeCB

BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM BUILT building and large pole barn.

HOME-Architect designed-Brick AWAY FROM THE CROWDS.You .

4 Br,. 4 Ba 3,200 plus ft. of luxurious will love the privacy this
964.4522 r r e living with many home offers. 4 Br.. 3 Ba.. 2,100

STARKE. FL.' amenities. Beautiful landscaped sq. ft. plus an extra large

South 301. Plaza yard with a backdrop of bearing garage. Many other outstanding
All features on 1.76 acres. IN CITY.
trees. Large CB Barn.
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Open Mon. thru Fri. pecan *A RARE FIND: 530 acres In one
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OWNER FINANCING21 Approx. 3,900 ft. adjoining
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BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME on Lake Sampson 2: BR. 2 BA fireplace. approx, OWNER FINANCED OWNER ANXIOUS- Will finance ready to move into. In city, Starke Golf & Country Club.

1S50 living spec. Many extras. 165000. Doublewide on 3.5 acres. 275 US Price reduced 10000. (Brick 21900.OWNER FINANCING Timber valued at over $200,000.

FLORILAND 301 1 Frontage, 30000. home on 5 acres). Walk *A SOLID INVESTMENT a
*3/f to everything.
*CORNER SR 18 & US 301 2 corners world of enjoyment In this 4 BR,

REALTY 1 parcel 14.87 acres 1 Apartment 27500.* HOME BEAUTIFUL: $75,200ontwo 2 Ba, Fm Rm Llv. rm., Din. Rm.,
964-7700 parcel 55 plus acres. Each has For Lease sewing rm. and more within
3 Br. 2 Ba. 1700
acres sq.
393 N. temple Ave. more than adequate highway ft. CH/A. amenities. 2400_ uJt. Priced at 73000.
Vernle P. Odom Broker-GRI frontage. Only 19 miles to Acres & Building Lots NICE, BRICK many HOME and good it DO YOU WANT A BUY?? ThisIs

Jeanle. GagnonEve. Gainesville. 1, 5, $0 and 20 acre parcels neighborhood. 3 Br. 1 1/2 Ba., Itll! I 13 Br.. 2 Ba., close to
964.$414 Realtor Associate ,
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LAWTEY AREA. Br. home on Starting at $1,000 per acreLet everything. $27,000.
$32,300.BEAUTIFUL .
31'acres, city water. A Real Us Help You w/carport. LARGE HOME-ln city on
.3 BR Saratoga CH/A. .474 FEET. en 301 South. LOUBLEWIDE on op.
.3 BR. 2 BA home near Mlddleburg. .ACROSS FROM WALDO FLEA Buy, GRACIOUS COUNTRY LIVING 10 acres. 3 Br., 2 Ba. Let us show prox. .9 acre. 4 Br, 2 Ba, CHSA
lot 1.45 FRAME HOME In excellent 1900 plus ft.
CH/A. MARKET acres. sq. assum. mtq.
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on home this You'll LOVE It-
HUNTERS 111 acres near Graham. .4 AC St. Rd. 100 owner financing condition on 1 / acres. Between In this 3 Br, 1 Ba brick on you one.

.4 AC ON 225 Near lawtey. with down payment. Starke & Lake Butler. 3.64 acres. Many MonyAFFORDABLEIn We invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties
Estate. 97.000. .PLANNING TO BUILD In future Take a look for
Conerly
LOT In amenities.
city 3 Br, 1 Buying or Selling? Call us I
.I/J ACRE- to I 1/4 acre lot. St. Rd. Nice lots High Ridge Estates Only $53,000. Thinking of
Ba, fenced cor. lot. 34500. yourself.
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CARS, TRUCKS FOR RENT NOTICE
NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum.
EXPERIENCED NURSING ASSISTANTS! Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great MIMOSA MANOR MOBILI HOME PARK & BOATS LAKE GENEVA RENTALS Weekly man CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub
n..d.d at Whispering Pines Car Or. for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. thly efficiency apartments, 1 or 2 BR. mltted to the Lake Region Monitor office .
Call Susan Cook 964.6220. EOE. 12/5TF 135 W. Call St. 964.6305. Recreational vehicles welcome Phone 1963 CORVAIR MONZA Runs good. call 473.2919. 9/4 tfnchg In writing and paid In advance
EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON honest,. CHICKEN HOUSE MATERIAL, 1 group $5 964.7498.9/16 tfn looks god. $800.473.7413.9/18 tfnchg MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT $150 per unless credit Is already establishedwith
clean cut A MUSTI! References required per foot, 1 group $3 per foot. 964.6182or NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 1976 CHEVETTE looks good runs good, month. Partially furnished Keystoneurea this officeMONITOR .
; poislble $25,000 first year. Apply 964.5823. tIn BA out. For more information call lake $BOO; 1978 Courier runs good $750. 473.2026, 9/4 tfnchg STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
D A S Motor., 207 N. Temple. No HALF PRICE!III flashing arrow signs Butler Apt. 4963141. Equal Opportunity 4732452. Itchg 9/18 LAKE GENEVA 1 or 2 BR furnished RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
phon. calli. 4/3 TF $2691 Lighted non-arrow $2591 Housing 6/7 tfnchg Retired or handyman caretaker couple CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
REAL ESTATE LICENSING, only 4 w..k. unlighted $2291 free letters!. full factory ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel $8 FOR SALE preferred $200 to$275 mo. 473-7269 or THE TELEPHONE.
Call .735-4040.. N. Fla. R.al Estate College. warranty limited time only. See per night. From$35 per week Discount 376-7749 or 378.8622. 9/4 tfnchg Classified deadline Is Tuesday noon
1 7/3TFN Call ) 1 800 offered for longer term. Apply In per
locally. today 4230163 16'FT. MONARK LAKE GENEVA The perfect winter prior to Thursday publication.
3000 GOVERNMENT JOBS LIST $16,040 anytime fcan 86.289 son, Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across 5--1 BOWRIDERLounge retreat 3 BR completely furnished with Minimum charge 15 words for$3.50.
59230yr. Now Hiring. Call TAKEOVER S ACRES No down, $39 monthly from Post Office. TF built teats, teak ski storage, threenice TV, washer dryer and dishes. then 15 cents for each word thereafter
805-687-6000 Ext. R5504. 8/21 8tpd APARTMENTS FOR RENT Newly In cooler/storages) Full Instrumentation
Near lakes, mountains and state Available from now through April.
GOVERNMENT JOBSII)I Now hiring In. parks No restrictions. Owner finance decorated everything furnished laundry fuel tank Bow. Extra storage. large 496.2620 in Lake Butler after 9pm. PERSONAL SERVICES
your area both skilled and unskilled. ed. 901.641.3007.9/11 2tpd 9/18 facilities Included Video room roll canvas, boarding 4tchg 9/4-25
For list of lobs and application call WOOD STOVES AND FIREPLACES available Will accept one child, no. platform Older Johnson 135 HP RUNS HOUSE FOR RENT on beautiful Silver
((615)) 383-2627 Ext. J507 lean 86.285 stock Florida's largest selection. Vermont pets Palms Apts. 2313 N Temple 475 GOOD. SS Props, CLEAN $5500 Larry Lake 2 BR, CH/A, pool table, on 1 acre FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHINC.
1267,
WORLD BOOK First In Sol., Easy To Castings, Consolidated Out- Ave. Starke 32091 5/1 TF 9/4 tfnchg lot. $375 month. 904247-1604 9/11 Hand rubbed oil finishes Call Joe.
Use, Easy To Own, Easy To 5.11. Three chwest and much more. Everything you $50 PER WEEK for you choice of our one MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Trumpet, $100, tfnchg 473.2521, 9/4 tfnchg
part-time representatives, and one need to Install. W.II worth the trip to bedroom apartments with refrlg and Trombone, $45, Guitar $90 473.7095. PRIME STOREFRONT LOCATION: 600 PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile
full-time manager needed for Bradford Gainesville. The Wood Stove and cooking facilities All utilities are Included 9/4 IlnchgPORTABLE sq ft. wlndowfront with A/C, n.wlypalnt.d homes, pools, decks, sidewalks Free
& Union counties Guaranteed Incom., Fireplace Center. 2031 N.W. 6th St. in this price, so why rent a room 9.2 HP Wisconsin gas and estimates, Call Rob 473-3590. 9/4
Insurance, full benefits available. For Gainesville Toll Free 1-800-524-2675. when you can have an apartment.Monthly operated water pump $100. 473.7413, carpeted Downtown tfnchg
Front and
Keystone large rear entrance
details, ph. ED CUSHARD 13731590. 9/,' 6tchg 10/23 rotes are $200. Call us at 9/18 tfnchg LAWN MOWING Trimming edging
MAINTENANCE MECHANIC mu. trb. BENTWQOD ROCKER$20, 1.2 man tent 964.5139 days, 964.6566 evenings or 8 CU. FT. FREEZER $100, 5 piece dinetteset Next to. Diana. Originals. Inquire Coil The Lawn Barber 4733590. Fro
at 473 7771 473.7857.
obi. to operate mobile cronees;aerial_ ';' $75,''Med. size backpack, $35. 1-DP drop by and see the apartment $25, stereo.radio and turn table, Itchg 9/18 same or Estimates 9/4 tfnchg
platforms ft forkllftt, Mechanical ability Body Tone 200 Exercise machine, $75. manager In opt no. six at 314 North $25. 1 Itpd 9/18 FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING -
COZY 1 BR HOME lake SwanResponsible .
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helpful. Excellent benefits. Call A.ro Will hold till Christmas. All excellent Temple Ave. next to the Tenneco Sta 28 FT. NOMAD Travel trailer 473.9056. near House out of level? Call LaRue leveling

Corp. lake City Airport. 755.1900 for condition. Call Joy Mains, 964.5131 tion. 6/26 TFKITCHENETTES Itpd 9/18 .No Pete single For person or coupleonly call Service, for all your foundation
Appt. EOE M/F/H 9/18 Itchg after 6 p.m. 9/18 Itpd 1 12 rooms, TV, AC. USED APPLIANCES Westinghouse appointment repairs 473.7721. 9/4 tfnchg
MANAGER NEEDED for conv.nl.nc. SEARS KENMORE Heavy Duty Wather. 17 maid service, utilities furn. Underwood refrigerator, 21 cu.ft? side by side, 473.2264. Itpd 9/18 LOOKING FOR COMPANIONSHIP -
store. Only experienced need apply. mos. old like new, $185 coin. Call Motel Hwy 301 N. 3% miles N. of $150, Kenmore dishwasher $75, G.E. MOBILE. $240 HOME month 2 BR. 2 BA$100, fully deposit furnished Friendship or maybe a relationship.Just .
Pep-O Food Store. 620 S. Walnut, 782-3508 after 6 p.m 9/18 Itpd Stork.. 9/4 4tchg 9/25 electric dryer $50: Tappan table top write to lakeside Singles Club, Rt.
Starke. 9181FNCHGSECRETARIAL BRYANT FORCED AIR FURNACE propane PROFESSIONAL TWO OFFICE SUITE with stove, $40, 3 section gloss sliding door 473.2839. Itchg 9/18 1 Box 530 Hampton FL 32044 for more
POSITION. Must type, file, 75.000 BTU per hour. Complete $150 bath avail. Oct. 1. Adlacent to Brad $300. Call after Saturday, Sept 20. Information 9/4 tfnchg
b. obi. to d.al with public & do light 533.2944 9/18 2tchg 9/25 ford Courthouse $200 mo. Call 473.3202.9/18 tfnchg MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE BABYSITTING Monday-Friday In my
I bookkeeping. Call 964-5069 ask for HUNTERS SPECIAL Pop-up camper 964.4667. 9/11 tfnchg BALDWIN ELECTRIC ORGAN Spinet 77 home, Keystone area Call 473.3248.
Susan. 9/18 1 IIchgSWITCHBOARDA"MlnING sleeps six with air $1000. Call 964-8250 CCB HOUSE ON 227. Large room., Excellent condition $700. Call 473.3425 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mobile Home, Itchg 9/18
CLERK Part. after 530.: 9/18 2tchg 9/25 screened porch 2 carports. Fla. room after 6 p.m. Itpd 9/18 14X70 fully furnished CH/A, corner DEEP STEAM CARPET CLEANING Truck
time position work swing shift and GIRL SCOUT UNIFORM, slacks, blouse, w/flreplace 468.1168 or 9645559. 1964 FORD TRACTOR on trailer with lot. $24.000. C.B. Isaac Realty mounted equipment C & B Carpet
weekends. I. available at Bradford' belt tie, tab and sax, $25 463.1455. 9/18 IIpdTRAILER disc and bush hog. 473.4229. 9/18 475.2199.9/4 tfnchg Cleaning 473.7770. Keystone Heights.
Hospital. Applicant must type 45 9/18 1tpdQUEEN FOR RENT In country 2BR LR tfnchg 12X70 with 6X12 EXPANDO 2 BR, 2 full 6tpd 9/18.10/30
CWPM Experience In admitting Is SIZE SOFA BED, good condition kitchen newly turn. & redecorated SATELLITE 10'/i ft. dish, wireless baths, all electric, 3 ton AC skirting.
pr.f.rr.d. Qualified applicant should $140, Baby bed $50, porto.crib, $35: AC large yard 1 child maximum. remote Two months old. Paid $3000. Asking $5500. 473.2152. 9/11 tfnchg MISCELLANEOUSPACK
call 964.6000 ext 354 Mon-Fri 1-4 p.m. 1974 Mustang 4 speed runs good 964.6714, $235 per month plus deposit asking $1600. 140 ft. cable, 473 7943. 1979 FIESTA 12X60 MH, $5000 and you

OPENINGS AVAILABLE for prior service 47,000 miles, $750 473.4508. 9/18 1 Itpd Meng Dairy Rd. A 21st St. 9/18 Itchg Itpd 9/18 move Phone: 1 1.368.1865 (answering RAT Buy sell and trade collectible
military pertonnel In the Naval Air RIDING LAWN TRACTOR. 10HP, 42" cut. FURNISHED 2 BR HOME in Crystal Lake machine). Itpd 9/18 Items and antiques Used furniture,
Reserve Program In Jacksonville, FL. $225. 18 ft x 4 ft. pool stainless steel Subdiv. $275 plus deposit Now taking YARD SALES 14X60.2 BR '/. Both AC, fully skirted glassware, jewelry and much more
Ground and flight crew positions filter needs liner $12": 1974 Dodge applications 964.5734. 9/18 tfnchg located on one acre, 4" well 1000 gal. Come see for yourse'f One mile east
available In patrol transport h.lo and Dart needs work $200. 964.7929. 9/18 2 BR APT., utilities Included $245 "SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE SALE" septic. Call owner 4737770. 2tpd of on Highway 100
Heights
attack squadron Call toll fr.. Itpd month $150 security 544 W Call St.. Saturday Sept. 20 from 9.3 at Reed's' 9/1/.25 173.2183.9/4 Keystone tfnchg
1800521.1316 for more Information.THE OIL FURNACE SPACE HEATER completewith 485.1529.9/181tpd Auto Parts parking area Itchg 9/18 LAKEFRONT, good fishing S swimming 2 SNAPPER RIDING MOWER 28 Inch HI-
CITY OF STARKE Is now accepting wall thermostat, $35. Vacuum 2 OR 3 BR MH adults only no pets BR, 2 BA, AC, furnished Covered Vac with bagging $700.
applications for the position of truck pumps, $15. Coll 964-6744. 9118ltpd 964-7619 or 964.8614. 9/18 2tpd 9/25 WANTEDCAR pa'lo private. 4734186 9/18 2tpd 9/25 475.1083. 2tchg 9/11.18 wagon
TWO BEDROOM 1 BA CB home on 2
driver/laborer. Must be 18 yrs old and ATTl BODY BUILDERS Complete weightlifting ,
have chauffer's license. PERSONAL SERVICESCHAIN acres fully feneced Country living on
a Apply M.r.r.1I LOST equipment too numerous to list
POOL with someone from
.
Rd. $250 month plus depositCall
D..s Office, at City Hall. 9/11 Forsyth 964.6550 after 5pm. 9/18 Itpd Keystone Elementary to Geneva Lake 13 cu ft up.right freezer 475.1083.
EXPERIENCE PARTS SALES PERSONneed- LINK FENCE Installed Free 2 BR APTS. AVAILABLE $180 to $274 Estates area (Paradise Point). I can $100 REWARD! Black male Labrador, Ztchg 9/11-18 .
.d. Call 4962345 ask for Larry. 9/18 estimates Hand -Man Fence. Co. monthly. Call Mon Fri. 9.5, 964.6312. drive mornings need someone to drive mixed dark spots on tongue Lost Nov PASTURE BOARD CR-214 near Smith
2tpd. 9/25 Owner Tommy Reddish. 964 8559 tfn 9/18 for afternoon pick up. Call 473.3346 7 on SR.100 and Immokalee Road. Lake Grocery 473-3139. 4tchg
ItchgRENTALS
GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows, ." .
after 5 p.m. 2tchg 9/18.25 Answers to Minor 473 7162 9/4 911.102A
AVAILABLE $150 month
FOR SALE etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUJPPLY. ) per tfnchg B T FENCE Forget the rest try the
and Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker
Orders also taken In Lak.Butl.r. up
964.6078. HOUSES FOR SALE best Free .estimates quality work
Owner at 964.5069 or 964-4048 TF
496 3079 and Heights,
Keystone 4753248 Itchg 918BROADWAY
BRADFORD LIMEROCK 473-4973 2/26 tfnWANT CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent On HELP WANTED
SALES TO DRINK Highway 16 W Close to prison. 4 BR/2V BA Large brick home, pool.
Llmerock C Fill Dirt THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS 964.7530 or 468.1323. 10/10 Tfchg screen patio many extras, one block EXPERIENCED commercial caseworkand
20 yd. semi-loads only WANT TO STOP FURNISHED efficiencies and mobile from schools, 200 ft on road. $114,000. residential cabinet builder Must & WALTERS
Phone 712-3172 5/23tfchg THAT'S OURS homes Inside city w.ekly & monthly.JO Owner will finance. 473.4058 after 6 have own hand tools and be able to
STORE BOUGHT! Furniture for sale at Alcoholics Anonymous LU Motel ft MH Park 964.8810.6/5 p.m. 3tpd 9/11.25 read a ruler 375.3542. 3tchg 9/11-25 TREE SERVICE
Doublewlde Home C.nt.r located 964.,50 .964.6219 TF 3 BR/2 BA Ocala block home on Smith VETERINARY ASSISTANT Exciting opportunity Removal
North on 301 Lawtey, Fla. (this Is not SEWING MACHINE REPAIR All makes NEAR GRAHAM 1 BR, trailer comp furnished Lake Large lot, many extras, $59,000. to work with animals, !,art-
trailer furnltur.) 6/13 tfnchg cleaned, oiled & adjusted $15. Used Including air and heat $60 per 473.4058 after 6 p.m. 3tpd 9/11.25 time. M-F afternoons, every other Trimming
INSULATED OR STORM WINDOWS sewing machines for sale James week 485.1371. 9/11 2tchg 9/18 weekend Transportation necessary Stump Removal
custom made & Installed Homes Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy THREE BEDROOM HOUSE In country BROOKLYN LAKE COTTAGE newly Excellent job for student Apply by mailto
Beautiful of N Fla. 964.6766. 5/1TF 16, Starke. 964.8733. 12/5tfn 964.6576 or 964-5232. 9/18 Itpd remodeled with deck.On wooded, lot Keystone Heights Animal Hospital Firewood
Call after 7 473 7854 9/4 3tchg
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa. HANDYMAN carpentry painting electrical 2 BR TRAILER FOR RENT. Westmoreland p.m. Rt. 2 Box 105 Keystone Heights, FL Free Estimate
$14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn complete home repair Trailer Park lot 25 964.5219. 9/18 9/18 32656 9/11 tlnchgCOMPANION.
CHEVY 4x4 PARTS! '/. ton, anything you Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor. Itchg for elderly lady Companionship .473-7097
ieedAxles., front or rear>-iMiute..- Colt Mitch. 473.3940. r/9tfn -KITCHENETTES, 1 A 2 rooms, TV AC /light housework and some 473-7679
transm., transfer cases, 2 different IRED OF PAINTING YOUR HOME? Call maid service, utilities furn. Underwood cooking. Call for Interview, 473.3425 After 5
types, spring lift blocks, big U bolts. 964.6766. Homes Beautiful of N. Fla. Motel Hwy 301 N. 3'/ miles N. of FILL DIRT after 6 p.m. Itpd 9/18 P.M.
Coll 964.5812. TFc. We will tell you how to avoid that job Stork.. 9/18 2tchg 9/25 PART-TIME Secretarial help needed Keystone Heights
-- and Increase the value of your home. HOUSE FOR RENT 3 BR, CHA No pets DRAIN FILLS 473.4984. 2tchg 9/18.25 Licensed &
Insured
HOMES $275 month Call 964.7824 after 4
GET GLASSED Why wax your car or. per in
FOR SALE boat over and ov.r and over...when p.m. 9/18 Itpd INSTALLED
you can HAVE IT GLASSED Liquid 3BR BA MOBILE HOME on 5 acres New

Glass, Stark., 964-8348. 8/28 4tpd9/18 carpet very clean $250 per month 3 Retail SpacesFor
THREE BEDROOM BRICK HOME. CH/A 2 NEW CREDIT CARDI! NO ONE REFUSED I deposit required Call 744.2596 collect AND
Ba. LR/DR fireplace, breakfast room Visa/Mastercard Info. Call (refundable after 5 p.m. 9/18 Itpd Lease KANE CYCLE
game room. 560 Glendale St., ) 518459-3546 ext. C3377. 24 2 BR HOUSE TRAILER w/porch on shaded REPAIRED REPAIRUS
964-5468. 3/13TF Hrs. 9/4 3tpd 9/18 lot. No deposits. $200 moves you In.
319 ST. CLAIR sr., 3 Br.. 1 Ba.. fullyassurnable FAIRFIELD ROOFING Free estimaes Call 964.5139 days or 964-6566 evenIngs 468-1455 1,000 1,250 & 2.75OIq. It. 301 N e 964.5805

8V,% first mtg. CH/A. Licensed, Insured and bonded. All 9/18 Itchg 301 S. open Tim M Wld f-l Thur..frt*..1.-7
Hwy I
$33.500. Call 964.4718 after 6 p.m. 9/11 types of roofing and repairs Money 2 FURNISHED APTS., 1.2BR, 1.3 large _
3tpd 9/25. back guarantee If unable to stop leak. rooms & both $150 per month plus $75 Across From The New

2 BR OWNER FINANCING down pay Mobile Home tool 485.1556, 485.1016 _deposit. No pets. 964.8071. 9,8_Itchg I Wal-Mart Shopping Center
ment. Near hospital Best offer. Ph. or 374-1443 anytime. 9/11 tfnchg ? '
164-7910.9/18 tfnchgJ2.500OUTSTANDING BABYSITTING In my home In Saratoga
$ BUYI) C.B. 3/1 Hgts. Ph. 9647562. 9/18 Itpd .Plumbing Supplies i From 964-8848 I II
fenced corner 406 E. Laura St. MIDDLE AGED LADY would like housework tin I
964-4386 owner anxious. 9/18 Itpd from 8 til 1:00: weekdays. '
References furnished. Ph. 964.4082. Durrance Pump & Supply (t

ROOF COATING! Will coat your roof and
HYPNOSIS guarantee against leak for 1 year We Drill 2" to 6" Wells St ate Licensed. 11::,

PROFESSIONAL HYPNOSIS services for Single Doublewlde wide-$150. starts Relevellng at all$135 sites I ., US.301 North, 864 N.Temple Ave.,Start,. .964..7061TF I CHIAPPINIREALTORS I e Parts Repairs

weight control smoking, stress, etc. $50 plus any materials call now for free I I .I.... I Discount Price for
For help pleas call 9644433. 9/11 estimates. 964.4680. 9/18 tfn ,.. REAL ESTATE
2tpd 9/18 475-1269 Tires & Batteries
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,., .,. .,. .I.P'., .. ,. '.". UZUUU, 'Igg: ; ; NOW HIRING MAINTENANCE MAN MELROSELAKE
HUTCHINSON MUST Still Owner
INC. SEWING MACHINE Needs General transferred! 5 BR. 2'BA home includes [INU1R.AYEL
REALTY
FAULKNER OPERATORS Maintenance Experience in low suite Beautiful Beach Clay Co..

$88,900.
Located Hwy 301.1 Blk S. of St. Rd. 100 Experience helpful qualified Full Time KEYSTONE LAKE Beautiful building lot let
people) start out well above Apply In Person OnlyAt on clear water lake Numerous trees. _
minimum Easy walk to school $15,000. _
wage. Only serious Front Desk -.
964-5069 LAKE SERENA Quality built 3 BR, 3 BA
|lob seekers apply.
Econo Lodge Starke home, well landscaped lot with shade
VOGUE INC. trees, detached storage areas 8 MOREl!
Susan M. Faulkner, GRI, CRB 710 S. Water St.'. ? ,.,?. US 301 North $6".500. TRAVEL iGENT

REALTOR Starke, FL '/!. licng TOUR GUIDE

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FOR SALE
: *COUNTRY LIVING In this Immaculate 3 BR, 2 BA on 1 acre and pool. APTS. .TIM H unBM "-pMRli
*IMMACULATE I 3 BR, 2 BA doublewlde home with one acre and many.xera. Fill Dirt Top Soil Tractor Work IWT t ROBOT 11MfSSiIW'
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WALDO AREA Immaculate masonary home. Price |just reduced Financing Backhoe, Bulldozer .PUCnUT .
Brand New
::; Avallabl. t/2IIPN urn.iwiTHt:uanom PT.n
i *MADISON STREET 2 BR, 1 BA fix up. Reduced to 17200. 964-6182-96 1,2 & 3 Bedroom Units
*PULLET FARM with 37 acres. Nice home and extra mobile home on land. A.O.T.TOm SCHOOL;

; BROILER FARM, nice home, nicest pool In area Beginning As Low As '1-889-432-3804
:;; I *LAND 20 and 25 ocr. parcels south of Stork. May consider spl'ttlng! Into Tim's Custom Cabinets $195 ""+,., .. '

I smaller parcel. Financing available. .
*LAND-2Vr Acres |just off Hwy 225. 7500. Owner financing.. *New Construction *Remod.llng. lS.I Call 1 1y -

*LAND-27 Acres, priced below $1,200 per acre. *Cabinet. *Tlle Cellln8.Free fll i '... ...." >432--lake Butler 7 ac., MH, fstockT
: *BEAUTIFUL LAND with pecan trees at $2.000 per acre. On Edwards Road. Estimates i .O>I'' I. 782-3531 ed ponds, owner will split property.
: i *EDWARDS ROAD 3,500sq.ftwith 5BR 4 BA fireplace, colonial style home ; FHA f 434--Aportmant complex residence
to sell Call Irene 964.5069 or 964.5142 evenings. Call Tim Thompson pIIItlI, .
: on 6 acres, priced for owner, 9 acres fronting US. 301
I IIMITS- 16 W. Cozy 3 BR, 1 BA frame. Ben Franklin 944-6238 Eves .
=- *JUST OUT OP CITY Hwy .-4380 Shop '" -- must ...1
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Price In mid 30'.. "
heater Ig. family room. 4438-2 Br., home In Lawtey. walk to
ti *COUNTRY LIVING on 3/4 acre, 4 BR, 2 BA fireplace, nice shaded lot. low ALTERNATORS school and shopping 17000.

: 40'.. STARTERS GENERATORS 398..4 Br.. 2 Ba., 21 octo., pole
M *Wl HAVE ACREAGE darting from $1,175 acre A up. All .Iz... HELP WANTED barn MH space renting, owner will/
.: *LOVELY 4 M, 2 BA In city, Chain link fence, 55000. AUTOMOTIVI CHIIIL MAUN INDUITIIAlJMOUIATOM split property.
t: *YOU HAVI TO SEI THIS to appreciate all the nice things, such as large ami-- PART-TIME OPPORTUNITIES IN STARKE 1439..Comm.rclallnv..tm.nt. front.

; I ly room fireplace, formal LR 6 DR large bedrooms, nice baths, landscaped & US 301, 5 blocks from town Includes
: I yard. 2.500 sq ft. living area. Call for a showing. 10 city lots
;; *WI HAVE SOME nice building lots available. KEYSTONE HGTS. 427-5 ac., :3 Br., 1 ti Ba., brick
1 *HWY 301 FRONTAGE w/nlce building suitable for almost ancommercial. ( .SOUNOIOIj 964-5274 home, barn, great location.
::: I use Over one acre lot. Owner will split. The Gainesville Sun Is now looking for people with a little ex- lltUIlT. MPAIMOj'OIIION New catalogs' are In-
: : I *POSITIVE CASH PLOW on this 2 unit apt., room to finish a third unit. Owner Ira time and a need for extra Income to take over early morn- .OOMISTIC" CEI = Buy and sell the Strout way

::; financing. these ALL ACROSS AMERICA!
routes In areas.
each. Ing newspaper NEW TECHNICIAN IN OUR
: LOTS JOIN COUNTRY CLUB. Over 2 acres
**:3 BR, 1'/. BA HOMI, convenient location, priced In 30s. The routes earn a nice supplemental Income for lust a short SHOP TO TAKE CARE OF Lorraine Champion, Broker
Owner financing available. time each day & have excellent potential for Increased profits. '
area.
:: 1.7 ACRES Lawtey YOUR NEEDS. WE LOOK FOR ,
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LOT Only 13000. Coll today. Owner anxious! transportation & be able to Rq"lfLT) '
:= *SAMPSON LAKE Applicants must have reliable I WARD TO SERVING YOU. j
':' *2 ACRES on SR 16 East Can be divided. post a refundable cash security deposit. '

':"; **BEAUTIFUL BEAUTIFUL 3 3 BR BR,, 2 2 BA BA cedar overlooking home Crystal overlooking lake.Sampson Lake. For more Information about a route In your area please call 8. & M. Irae.weee.E. :

:1 *VERY NICE 1 BR, 1 BA. lots of extras carport, screened porch fenced. Jim or Erik at 9648884. STARTER ft GENEPATO "'n .

:; LAKE SAMPSON WATIRFRONIIOT- x 143. Owner financing. /ll llchg f/lt I 23.I.WASHINGTON ST. If ARK I eJ. N. TMPLB..

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I'u KC 10 B S.CTIONm .. ..September 18, ISRft "
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n'. .' Attorney's'Report.' \' ..... "\ ''/'tf'f.'' ''; '' '.' ... 7" I 1;. nI .- .'' II'-U'n on County Ads "
;lr-J. May 20 for grand theft auto; facts do six months DOC; VOP filed March s- VOP probation order set aside ,
not constitute a criminal offense. 12; Aug. 18 motion to quash VOP committed to BCJ for 30 days.
Alice June Brown Griffis arrested warrant was granted. Janice Buckmaster arrested Aug -' -
June 3, 1983 for welfare fraud; Phillip Louis Lee arrested Feb. 17, 24, 1982 for burglary; found guilty COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MOBILE HOMES
... from page* dismissed, completed pretrial in 1985 for battery upon law enforce- sentenced April 11, 1983 to five years RENT/LEASE
'd I tervention program.. ment officer; found guilty Jine 19 probation; arrested June 11 VOP; WHY PAY RENT Purchase a mobile 1h
:r William James Suggs arrested 1985,sentenced to one year BradfordCounty denies allegations based on Inability home..like rent paymentt--owner ;u
Christopher Charles Goodman arrested Aug. 1 for perjury in official proceeding Jail, 11 months probation; to pay, ordered to pay $10 a week OFFICI Located AND WAREHOUSE SPACI financed. 945 N.W. 3rd Street Sld'tMobile N
April 9 for attempted rob- In Union County Times >
; declined to prosecute. arrested Julv 15 for VOP: Admitted toward restitution. Home Pork 9/18 tfn/chg.
I' bery; pled guilty sentenced to three Shirley Ann Williams arrested 496-2261.building.tfn.Coll for Information.

years DOC. June 16 for burglary) battery; insufficient .
Sworn complaint charging aggravated evidence.
f assault; transferred to Michael DeSue arrested July 28 YARD SALE NOTICE
. i misdemeanor division. for grand theft auto,resisting officer
Harry McDougal Jr. arrested without violence; defendant being Flying Mobile Homes CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be tub- R
June 13 for disorderly conduct, ag- prosecuted In other jurisdiction. THREI FAMILY YARD SALI Saturday, mltted to the Union County Times, office .
gravated assault\ ; dismissed,insufficient Velma Jean Covington found guil- September 20. On SR-231. (Address) In'writing and paid in advance a
evidence as to this defendant. ty of manslaughter Feb. 1976, 11060 Phillips Hwy. 1050 S.W. 6th Ave., Lake Butler' CAII unless credit it already established
Joe Jimmie Lewis arrested March sentenced to 15 years, seven years 4962285. Itpd. 9/18 with this office.
30 for grand theft of a motor vehicle; probation 15 years; arrested June 23 THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
... restitution made. for violation of probation; admitted Jacksonville Fla. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
: I Bruce Alan Vankooten arrested to VOP found in violation and con- INSURANCEMAINES CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
"" Feb. 1 for grand theft, dealing in tinued on probation. THE TELEPHONE.
.... stolen properly; dismissed, defendant Inmate Alejandro Carabollo arrested 1987 14 Wide Fleetwood INSURANCE AGENCYI 25 E. Classified deadline it TUESDAY, ;
':' beingh prosecuted in other July 15, 1985 for escape; pled Main Street lake Butler, "963978.Compl.I. NOON prior to Thursday publlc<1llon.
Minimum 15 words'for
charge $3,50,
i. jurisdiction. guilty, placed on 15 years probation -$7,995 Inturance Service. 2tfree
,' then 15c.nl.for each word thereafter.
Paula Tanner arrested Feb. 9 for 4/10, 17 then HnHELP
A,..: uttering a forged instrument; defen-
'.' dant sentenced on other charges. 198724 45$12,995
RN WANTED x
/.'.. Inmate Levi! Henry charged with WANTED
, aggravated battery; insufficient Immediate Part-time; night REAL ESTATE
L I evidence as to this defendant.Two position available In a -
sworn complaints charging progressive LEGAL SECRETARY wanted. Experience OUT OF AREA
. ',: worthless check: ; dismissed, statue hospital specializing preferred. Mutt type at least 60 cwpm.
'J' of limitations has run. In reconstructive hand and 14 x 70 3 BR 2 Full Baths deal Shorthand with general preferred. Mutt Send be able to LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO-
Six sworn complaints of grand micro surgery Medical public. resume PEKTYT If I don't have it, I'll 'find It-Just
theft; insufficient evidence as to Surgical experience required.Apply $10,995 to Street Legal, Lake Secretary Butler,, Fla.150 32054.West Main 9/18 ask JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.
i these defendants. to Personnel l, Lake 2tchg. 925EXPERIENCED 496-2126 or 496-2903. eve. "YOUR
Nine sworn complaints UNION COUNTY REALTOR" tfn
; charging Butler
Hospital Hand Surgery PARTS SALES PERSON
aggravated assault; seven lacked needed Call 496-2345: ask for
prosecutive merit two transferredto Center SR 121 i 100 Lake Why Pay More ? 9/182tchg. 9/25 Larry.

misdemeanor division. Butler FL.,8,"chg FOR SALE

j Anthony Charles Guirate arrested 904.496.2323 EOE Drive a Little

CARS/TRUCKS QUEEN-SIZE WATER BED Call 4962473.
1 Itpd. 9/18
nf*#***** *********** Save a Lot 1985 RANGER PICK-UP 4x4 30.000 miles THREE PIECE SECTIONAL SOFA WITH

.,j vPR ssMur. R $6,500 or assume paymentt. Call CORNER TABLE Like new. Beige her-
. : .496-3433 after 3 P.M. culon. less than one year old. $450.
: and Call Collect For 1984 CHEV. CAVALIER STATION Call 4963993. Itchg. 9/18
I WAGON Good condition. Take over
. : PINE payments. Call 496-3713. Itpd. 9/18
.i'' BARK Free Credit Application BOATS14FT.

!: You pick-up or We Deliver I
262-5000 FOR RENT STUMP KNOCKER WITH TRAILER

i Minimum 3 yds. 11 11i $"00. Call 496.3433 after 3 P.M. Itpd. I
.. on Delivery 9/11 lcha 10/2 TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR 9/18
Cypress Lumber : RENTt Union CountyTlmet 150 1984MONARK FIBERGLASS BASS BOAT
with Johnson 150 low
i Main Street, Lake Butler Phone JT: range chart
964-6649 I]' 496-2261 for Information tin recorder and flash depth finder.
********+***..**.*.** OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE Johnson foot controlled trolling motor
**********.*********..*..***.****.*.*..*.*.*****.J located In Union County Times Building ((12 or 24 volt) 2 livewells, timed and
BUSINESS at 150 West Main. Call 496-2261, for manual ice chest rod storage In bottom .

L' ;, ,,. ,. MUSCADINE GRAPES more Information tin of the boot. Drive on trailer, excellent
-" '" q>"" "f >":P '''''''''':: _-= '''.''' _. OPPORTUNITY condition. $8,500. Call
TWO BEDROOM 2 BATH MOBILE HOME,
.. U-PIck or We Pick on order .496-2302 after 5 P.M. or 496-3401
completely furnished A/C safe
; FASHION STOP is AAon-Thur-7:30-1 p.m. neighborhood. $250 monthly. Adults Monday thru Friday. Itchg. 9/18
Frl-Sat 7:30-6 p.m. only. Call 496-2271, after 5 P.M. 8/28
developing a new.. Closed Sunday chg/tfn
Magnolia HotelDowntown shopping plaza adja-: FURNISHED 12'.45',THREE BEDROOM 1 HOMES
Longnecker 4 miles West of 1/2 BATH MOBILE HOME with a 12'x
cent to their store on I' 16' Florida room addition large yard
Starke from Melrose or 2 miles East of GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U
across Post Office 12'x 12'
utility building. $200 a month
Hwy. 301 (across from t Orange Heights 1.7 miles plus depotit. Coll 4962842. 9/11 repair). Delinquent tax property.
high school). .w North (Co. Road 1469)) tfn/chg. Repossessions. Call 1(805)687-6000( ) ,
Ext. H-1136 for current repo list. 7/31
Rooms for ONLY TWO. $ Signs
Rent
'.In Day Hour 468.2483 Btpd. 9/18
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RETAIL OR OFFICE Afternoons 475-1 151 or 473-2702 PERSONAL SERVICES

Nightly, Weekly Monthly SPACES are left J: FOUNDBLACK

Available for occupancy BARNETT MOBILE HOME SERVICE
Nightly $8 From 3580 Weekly by Mid-June! : Repairs and towing. Call Richard BROWN AND WHITE PUPPY
Cable TelevisionSales Barnett at 496.3255. 9/11 tfn/chg. Found in Johnstown" vicinity Call
Don't miss out on this PIANO LESSONS If Interested call 496-3509 and leave message/recorder.
location! 496-2881. Itchg.9/18 Itfr. 9/18
I 6. great .I persons neededfor
I CALL 904-384-0603 part-time and full-

= For Further time sales in Starke for 301 South Haiidl'Houses

frets SAVE $ $ With j:' = Information .. Bradford Video. Sales Hwy JBmwi o151YRE

r"o *' ******************** hours flexible.DayEveningNight. I No Down Payment

i Etimple' Homes Beautiful *''I" -.w..r..- We
9i1i WANTED Lak. homes, lake lots.
\ WANTED Homes with owner finan provide training. Call Many Sizes and Styles

: cing. 964.8785 for interview
WINDOWS .WANTED Home on lots 8 up to 5 ac.
.WANTED! Homes with acreage appointment. 964.8848
1\i Also WANTEDi, I 5 acre lots. I '
.
II, F;; e Siding e Soffit & Fascia WANTEDt WANTED Lots Land with owners well who A septic would Bradford VideoEqual Hn Evenings

e Awning e Screen Rooms like to sell In 1 to 5 acre parcels. 964-4073 473.3627 k
Ear FOR SALE Opportunity EmployerUNITED
e Carport e Brick or Stone TWO BEAUTIFUL HOMES In Crystal I '/la 2'chO25 ..41a
i Cleaning Lake homesites.
Call .W. PRATT ST. 3 BR, 1 BA, CH/A r
$38.500. SEWING MACHINE OPERATORSShirts
; HOMES BEAUTIFUL OF N. FLA. LAWTEY AREAs 3 BR, 1 BA. CH/A, 1 REALTY OF STARKE
ac., $39,500. 2 BR, 1 BA CH/A, 1 16408 S. Walnut Hwy 301 S
TF ac., $28,500.
StarkoFJa 964-6766 & Pants
HAMPTON 4 BR. 1 BA pecan treeson 964.8447
lot. $18,500.eGRAHAM Plant air conditioned- Uniforms

RANCHER over 1,800 State Rd. 20A- Hawthorne, Fla.
sq.
: 10 ACRES in Strawberry
ft. CH/A with 4'h ac.
PROPERTY FOR SALE LAWTEY RANCHER: Over 2,000 sq. Acres, $30,000. 904-481-4361
ft. CH/A with 9.74 ac. 9 ACRES-4BR, 1 BA block
BY
LAKE BUTLERt over 1,300 sq. ft., 3 house with owner financing,
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA BR, 2 BA across from school Recently 67000. W4 Itchg/lt

Notice is hereby given that the United States of America, acting remodeled.FARMS A ACREAGE 16.5 ACRES-4 BR, 2 BA brick,

through the Farmers Home Administration, United States UNION COUNTVi 135 ac with nice large pecan trees, high & dry,
Department of Agriculture, will sell as Is, the following home A pecan tree*. $74,000.
described properties. Complete legal descriptions, arrangements .STARKE 22.5 with home, barns A 2 STORY BLOCK HOUSE, closeto

for Inspection of the properties and additional Information equip. town on paved road.
may be obtained by contacting the County Super. well.HAMPTON 11 wooded acres with Owner financing, $32,500.

visor indicated. 2.5 ACRES in Hollister (Owner
..
Rental hicom"op_for s l EH.
financing), $6,900.
>. 240 acres with a 1,300 sq. ft. brick veneer dwelling and MATHEWS REALTY

j block farrowing house located 1V miles west of Worthington 441 W. Madison Fred Sackett Lie. Real Estate
1. Springs. Most of the property Is high and well drained exceptfor Starke. FL 32091 Broker .JANE S. USHERYour '

an area along a creek that Is subject to flooding. (Acquired REALTOR 964-4469 John Curies Associate Union County Realtor
3/20/84)) Assoc. Harold Epps 964-6616 9'15' l'chO 4962126 or 49b-2903
MO W.KUU It.,lot Butler
.. 160 acres of farmland, fenced and cross-fenced, with 2

barns and a grain bin located 12 miles SW of Lake City, Columbia J .. .. .. .. '- .. ..> .... ... .. ... FOR SAllIDiAL '

County. (Acquired 8/22/85)) r"lJ'CT; / ;/ N' i LOCATION 15 min. to G'vllle, L. City. L. Butler Alachua. A hign
CONTACT BRUCE W. PETERS, 3884 S. FIRST STREET P.O. BOX ,.' 'n...,."..., Springs lovely country( letting surrounds this very very neat and comfortable .
3299, LAKE CITY. FL 32056.3299, PHONE 9047528465. I home and 3.25 ocret. This well kept property hot fruit tree, equipment
pole barn. Suitable for small farm operation.
The sale will be by sealed bid. Bids will be received until the WALK TO TOWN from this two story home. Cent. H/A and wall to wall
d public opening which will be at 1:30 PM, October 3, 1986 at carpet. Needs minor repalrt. Mutt tee to appreciate.
the office of the State Director, Farmers Home Administration, I I WORTHINGTON SPRINGS Three or 'four bedroom home. Cent. H/A. One
block off SR. 121. 1/2 acre up to 2 acres available. Priced right to .ell.
Room 214, Federal BuildIng 401 S.E. 1st Avenue, Gainesville, Owner transferred mutt tell.

FL 32601. .40 ACRESProperty located In Union County. With rolling terrain and fron-
which be obtained I ting three roadt. this property has numerous home sights and can be easily
Bids must be entered on official bid forms may finance..
Owner
20/20.
tub-divided. Parcel alto be told In
6 from any of the above addresses. Bids must be accompanied t E t WORTHINGTON SPRINGS may 1.8 acre tract off little Springs Road. Wooded,

by a 10% bid deposit. septic tank and well. Owner finance.
Butlnett/eommerclol property A building In city
,
OPPORTUNITY
r'' Sale will be cash or not less that 10% down payment with not BUSINESS limit of lake Butler Some financing available qualified buyer.Could be

more than 25 amortized yearly payments or 300 equal amortized used for several businesses with plenty of parking space ovlalob
monthly payments. The finance charge will be that set by HAVI 3 TO S acres available with owners out of town A need to tell. Some
Ills available. Hat assumable loans too. Call today for oppt. to a...
the Secretary of Agriculture on the date of approval.Currentlythat financing
HAVI 2 VA HOMES with a..umobl.loan.. Proper down payment neededto
rate Is 11.625%. Cash bids received which are within 97% ee needed.
credit loon doting coat
qualify only. No report or
8 of the highest acceptable term bid will receive preference.This .
percentage rate Is subject to change.These CALL FOR MORI INFORMATION ON THIS AND OTHJR COUNTRY
PROPERTIES IN UNION COUNTY.
properties will be sold without regard to race, color, ,

creed, ..., age, religion, marital status or national origin. JANE S. USHER, Realtor

of America reserves the right to reject any 496-2903 Eves.
t Th. United Slates 1 : l 496-2126 or

i or all bids. : tt lI "Your Union County REALTOR"

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