Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04436
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 25, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04436
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WorI noting X, s, 2nd Primary ,

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.. Seminole Boosters... ." i 'Run ,, ff Vote '

C The Bradford-Union Seminole
Boosters are scheduled to meet at 7 t } '. ,,
' Oct. 2 at the
p m. next Thursday '
WPX" adio Station in Starke. o i'1
-.eola" Publisher Jerry Kutz ,
will be guest speaker. Dinner will '' ..t p w

. be served persons at $3.50 are per invited plate. to All at interested r ,r,, :, Set Tuesday

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. : Homemaker News... ; ., A 45 percent turnout is predicted GOP ttun-Utl's... I ,

:: News trends In household equipment \ I1 for the second primary run-off races Republican voters must decide '
k: will be the topic of the Brad- ;r i i ir next Tuesday, Sept. 30.: Tuesday between former congressman -
;. ford County Extension / Even with the governor's race and Lou Frey Jr. and Tampa
..' Homemakers Oct. 9 at a 10 a.m. three Bradford County t races on the Bob Martinez for their i
W In the ballot of Elections Neva mayor
meeting Agriculture Building I Supervisor nominee for governor Republicansmust I
'; on 301 north. Flynn believes fewer than half of the also choose between Ron If
Diann Douglas, extension home '7,800 voters eligible will turn out.
t.. Howard and Stan Marshall for com ,
economics agent, will present the Sixty-three percent of Bradford
1 missioner education, with the win
?. program. All interested persons are votes went to the polls in the first ner facing former Sen Betty Castorin
invited to attend. primary, but Mrs. Flynn expects the November general election.
fewer for the run-off vote.

.: Lawtey Bike-A-Thon... First primary survivors on Tues Local Candidates... :I
An October 18 Bike-A-Thon is set r day's' ballot will be in the
Democratic second BC Commission Dist. 4...
in Lawtey by City Clerk Alphonso rrf.: primary runoffsfor ,
.' Anderson and co-workers to raise governor, attorney general, anda In the run-off for the District:! 4
state senate District 5, which includes commission are W.R I
+t money for St.Judes Children's county post
,r,{ Research Hospital. all'of! Bradford County. (Bill) Alderman and Joe Riddick. :
}", The Bike-A-Thon is set to start at Democratic candidates for governor Riddick, a newcomer to Bradford I I
8 a.m. Oct. 18 at the Lawtey r.. are Steve Pajcic and Jim Smith. County politics and US-3o1 south
,, Recreation Center. case of rain, Democrats Robert A. (Bob) Butter- resident, led the first primary with
the Bike-A-Thon will be reset for x' worth and Ed Dunn will run-off for 351 votes 97 votes ahead of Alder
Oct. 25.This "a., e attorney general. man with 254 votes.
: is to help children live
.I throughout the world, says Clerk .t Senate, Dist. 5... School Board, Dist. 2... i!

, .r Anderson. Seeking the state .Senate Dist. 5 James T. (Cobble) Wainwright led
? seat are first primary survivors first primary voting for the District
! BMS Dance... Wayne Hollingsworttr of Columbia 2 school board seat. Ray Durban I
"' : County and Doug Nichols, a Leon into the second
A dance is set from 7-10 p.m. edged primary witha
.;' tomorrow night (Friday, Sept. 26) _..-,., Tallahassee.County commissioner from with two vote margin 328-326, over incumbent
in the gym at Bradford Middle Hollingsworth, Judy Becker. ,
I School. 27,814 votes came close to a first

The dance is for in-county 6th, ar n r ,., primary win but Nichols Leon County candidate School Board Dist. 5...
7th, and 8th graders. Admission: OnceA Doug 14,513 School Board District 5 incumbent
votes after Leon Co.
x a voting I
$2. Band l : machine snafu cleared J.T. Parrish with 415 votes leads the
was up, edged I
W i way, with a 92 vote margin into the
Member. 1., into the second primary runolf.
i Gator Q 'ers... Bradford voters preferred Hollingbworth -
I Red Anderson, who coaches tight Old bund members 2,330: to 601.. over Nichols. '
never die, they justcome ...t.4.: .. *,' .f 'v W,'f .._r 1 '
-, ends and special teams for UF is "
%, scheduled to speak to the Gator QB buck and piny
Club at 7 p.m. tonight (Thursday, some more.
Sept. 25) at the Starke Golf & Country Angela Bpps Kils- 3
Club. Hospitality hour 6:30 p.m.I' ty Johns unil ;Melissa Lw Woods Retains I
Meeting 7 p.m. Tickets and bus Frampton still play
seats are still available for the bus mean clarinet. And ,
I' trip to Starkville, Miss for the Herb Stucky can still _
Mississippi State game this Saturday blow his horn.TheY'I'e .
Pt' Sept. 27. Call Ada Reddish, members
9647910. The bus departs Starke of the new Community
the morning of the 27th, returns Band. h Council Seatvotes j
Sunday night, Sept. 28. e'S'
:: A trip is set to the Kentucky rf
: game Nov. 15, departing Fri., Nov. ,. Incumoent Travis Woods won a over challenger Wall in the
'I 14, and returning Sunday, Nov. 16. 6 J close race Tuesday, Sept. 23, to keep first primary. Nichols trailed Wall
8M ;: the Group 5 Starke commission seat by 21 votes in the first primary.It .
he has held since clean election.
"u 70 '- 1980. was a quiet, city
I No Job, No Skill... Woods polled 446 votes in 864 city voters, or 37 percent of the

Job Corps-Training slots are Tuesday's run-off election, 30 more 2,325 registered for the election,
I available In health occupations, than the 416 votes for challenger Ed turned out for the second primary
plumbing, welding, business- ... You Never Forget How to PlayThe Wall, the investigator for the public just two percent more than

clerical, auto mechanic and other ...... .. defender's office who ran a strong predicted the 35 percent expected by
skills for men and women ages 16 race in his first time out in city City Clerk Neil Tucker.
I through 21.Obtain Bradford-Union CommunityBand tant BHS band director ana director French horn: Uean Cassels, politics. Ditches, road paving, and the city +
I a GED, earn spending has been rehearsing Monday of the Lawtey Elementary band, Carmella Johnson Larry Winn- "I'm surely glad it's over," Woods dog problems were the issues most
money and savings money and evenings for the past several weeks. plays alto sax. ingham. said Wednesday. mentioned to Wall and Woods, they ,,
I make a good life for yourself. The band is directed by middle Trombone: Dirk Schmidt, Bobby Woods got 51.6 percent of the 864 i
Room and board, clothing Membership in the band numbers school band director Jim Peronto. Frampton. votes cast. Wall had 48.1 percent. say.Three council seats were up for re
i: allowance, transportation, medical 35 with high school graduates from The 35 member band includes 25 Baritone: John Beckenbach.: was the only race on the second election. Group 1 Commissioner '
I and dental care will be provided. the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s. Oldest former members of the Bradford Tuba: Tommy Barnes, LeVance primary city ballot, and it took Bobby Biggs had no opposition.
; For more information, visit the member so far is John Beckenbachfrom High Marching Band. Gay, Greg Nazworth. clerks less than half an hour to count Group 3 incumbent Commissioner .
Job Service Office at 1430 South Gainesville, a 1956 graduate of The baud members are: the paper ballots. Starke electionsare Jimmy Crosby won re-election Sept. ,r
I I First Street, Lake City, or phone Gainesville High School. The band Flutes: Bryan Clark, Tina Percussion: Mike .Gowens, Carl still city wide, although a suit is 9 to his fourth term, going 568.452 by
Irene Pearce at 7523121.Jtepublican includes Dr. William Marchese who Crawford, Carrie Foster, Cana Harman, Richard O'Steen, Ray t filed in an attempt to make the city challenger Terry Gaines.
,,plays a mean clarinet and who had a Schmidt, Suzy Wilson. Shuford. Mike Woodfin. go to( district voting. The city is Woods, 45, graduated from Bradford
chance for musical scholarships in Oboe: Shaun Schmidt. The band is always looking for fighting the suit; The county and High and has lived in Starke for
IIQ... college. Herb Stucky, music directorat Clarinet: Angela Epps, Melissa more members, says Director school board acquiesced in voting the past 28 years. J
The Republican Party of Brad- First Baptist Church in Starke, Frampton,Kristy Johns,Joy Mains Peronto. Rehearsals are 8-9:45: p.m. suits filed against them, and now He has been employed by the state
I ford County is opening headquarters plays trumpet.band Dean Cassells, Dr. William Marchese, Kenna each Monday at the Bradford Middle vote by districts for school board for the past 23 years and is currently
I Sept. 30 at 722 West former BHS director and now Watts. School band room. Cost is $15 per and county commission candidates. supervisor of the Starke office of the
I Madison Street. band director in Lake Butler, plays Alto saxophone: Buddy Ball, Patti semester, used to generate funds to One city politician guessed that Division of Drivers License:! of the
The office will be manned by French horn. Current BHS band Browder, Jimmy Brownlee. buy music and supplies for the band.\ more older Starke residents switched Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.
volunteers and is set to be open director Buddy Ball plays the sax- Tenor saxophone : Gerald Anyone who plays or played a their votes from third place candidate Woods is married to the former
I I from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. For more ophone. Former BHS band director Brantley, Arthur Johnson, Billy musical instrument is welcome to Philip Nichols to Woods. Ann Joyner.They have two children,
information, phone county chairman Mike Woodfin, now band director at Tison. attend. The band is sponsored Three term incumbent Woods led Chanda and Jason, who attend Brad
B.C. Hoftzendorf, 964-7961. Columbia High in Lake City, plays Trumpet: Lynn Holtzendorf, Herb through the Adult Education Pro the way into Tuesday's' vote by 26 ford schools.
percussion. Jimmy Brownlee, assis Stuckv. Jimmy Wilson. gram of the B-U Vo-Tech Center.up .

Volunteers Needed... J

information Volunteers booth are needed at the Art to work an $135,000 Pledged for Starke's Economic Development DriveGaining II

Festival coming up October 18-19.

. Call Debbie Connaughton, 964-5326 momentum in the third the community-wide effort to bring tax deductible,. and that the actual vices, Inc.; Bradford County Fair Starke has qualified as a Blue Chip
week of its five week drive to raise a new industries to the area." cost to the subscriber is less than the Association; Richard and Pat Wel- Community under the rules of the
f minimum of$300,000 to bring new in- Orian Wells, vice-chairman of the amount given.Campaign ty; Slade Transport; C.R. Smith, state Department of Commerce, a
Upcoming... dustial business to the Starke area, campaign points out that bringingin leaders said that all Jr., P.A., CPA; Florida National move in which the state is supposedto
-The September meeting of the the Bradford County Economic new manufacturing industry,with segments of the business and professional Bank; Dr. Len Schlofman; Hillan- keep Starke and Bradford Countyin
Starke Zoning Board is set for 7 Development Capital Campaign is some 100 new jobs, could bring in as community are responding to dale Farms of Florida, and Stump's mind when selecting sites for in
p.m. Thursday, Sept. 25, in the making;progress..As much as nearly $2 million in addi the request for pledges, payableover Department Store. dustrial prospects. And a Downtown
Starke city hal ,of time.according! to J.E. tional income to the area. a three tax-year period. The economic development drive Progress Committee was formed
-A special meeting of the Bradford !ICamliDSon: campaign/ chairman, "It is vital to our future Subscribers to the campaign, as of grew out of the Targeted Industries
school board is set at 7 p.m. some percent of the minimum says, "to give our strong financial this week, include Crosley Committee of the Starke-Bradford and has secured a $575,000 state
Monday, Sept. 29, for a workshop ,,80811 Ihas been reached, with a little support to the BCEDC campaign so Manufacturing, Inc. ; Susan County Chamber of Commerce. grant to improve and redevelop the
. on a telephone system and the .more, than$135,000 already subscrib that we may all enjoy greater pro- Faulkner, Faulker Real Estate; FNB's Starke branch president J.E. historic downtown.The grant money
I perity." Teal Tile and Bradford Tomlinson instrumental in has been approved and Starke is:! due
school system's computer system, ed."The Carpet; was starling
plus several items of action Including results to date," Tomlinson Chairman Tomlinson, urging pro County Telegraph; Orian Wells a drive for community im to receive the commercial
a decision on this year's reports, "are proof that we are will- mpt support of the campaign,, Lake Chevrolet, Olds; Claims provements when he was Chamber revitalization grant funds within the
meritorious school program. ing to give good financial support to stresses that all contributions are Prevention & Management/ Ser president two' years. next 35-40 days.

-The September meeting of the
Zoning Board of is set to meet at 7

F Starke p.m.-The Tuesday city second hall., primary Sept. 30, election!In the of Duncan Comfortable with Approved $12.6 Million Budget ''I

the didates State is of Tuesday Florida, Sept.and local 30. can A $12.6 million district budget, up slightly, some 35 students, trom $236.11 over last year's allocation $100,000 last year. Becker and Len Schlofman in praising
-The Board of Governors of the over $1 million from last year, was preschool projections, but Supt. Of $1,698.28. School millage, set by the state, is the three column format of the
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce finally and officially approved Sept. Duncan expressed confidence that In 1986-87 the district will also up 88/looth of a mill,or about 9 cents cost centers listing the 85-86
will meet at 12:15: 8 by the Bradford school board as enrollment will support the new receive 96.09 percent of each state per $1,000 of taxable property budgeted amounts, actual 85-86 ex
p.m. presented by Supt. Jim Duncan. budget. dollar, called the district cost differential penditures, and 86-87 budget re I
Oct. 2 In the board
Thursday room
"Over-all. I feel very comfortablewith About half Budget Praised...
of the increase in the in education terms, com- quests.
of the Starke Center of SFCC. "
The regular first Monday the budget, Supt. Duncan said school budget comes from the ex pared to 95.26 percent !in 85-86. The "I feel very good about this one," "It's very easy to understand
meeting of the Bradford County Sept. 8. There is no real padding in pected too gain in students, mostly state's base allocation per student is said veteran board member Rodney Chairman Parrish told Supt. \Dun
Commission is set at 9:30 a.m. the budget, Supt. Duncan told school coming from grades K-3, according $2,013.10 for 86-87. Hall who has seen 22 budgets go can.
. board members. to Supt. Duncan. The remaining Increase And the state's factor bad he t
Oct. 6, in the courthouse.The sparsity down, some good, some ,
t. Monday- first, Tuesday meeting of the Duncan said he would like to hire comes from the Florida which provides extra funds for noted, back in July when the budgetwas Supt. Duncan, in turn, praised
more teachers than the FTE earn- Education Finance Program whichin sparsely populated school districts, initially presented. Director of Bu.in*-!*- "like Itt'rlri.h!
Commission of Starke Is set at
f' City lii:;j: will peunit, but realizes heftn't. 1986-87 will pay the Bradford such as Bradford, pays the district Hall '.('.is joined by chairman J.T for developing the Ihlil.r..tllllrluhle. l
7:30 Oct. 7.
p.m. The st"u

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t 4 r1fs, In 301 Crash .

A Clermont, FL woman died ed from the back scat. According to
Wednesday at 4:45: p.m. from ln- ''Chapman, she was flown from the
e juries she received when the vehiclein scene by ShandsCair.
: which she was a passenger struck The 1978 Mercury was southboundon .
y rH 'a'power pole .in front of Wells US-301 driving 40-45 mph, according -
Chevrolet on US-301 Starke/. to'-witnesses. The driver, apparently
fell asleep and struck a 45 .
v Heinrich mph traffic sign then ran head-on Into ,
Driver of the car, Fade
61, is in serious condition in Alachua a power pole in front of Orian
e Wells Chevrolet, according to
General Hospital in Gainesville. His
Patrolman William Russell. There,
wife Florence, 72, was in critical '
condition and was flown by Shanck was no evidence of any attempt to
sCair from the scene of the accident stop the vehicle.
where she later died. She suffereJmultiple
body trauma, said, The
rd nr I. 1 couple were on their way'
Emergency Services! pirector Cliff home to Clermont.
,Chapman "
HomocideInvestigator was Greg
9> ij Heinrich Pade was taken to Brad- Nichols.
ford Hospital, then by Stat Flight to i I
AGH, according to Chapman. Pade Assisting the ext-ication was
.Y suffered chest injuries,' 'multiple. -the Starke Police Department,
4' facial abrasions .and lacerations Starke Fire Department, Fire Chief
.l'WI. A with possible internal injuries said Dwayne Hardee, Rusty Barrette,
Chapman. Neither Heinriih! or Nelson Green and Scott Tavlor,

Woman Dies in Crash... Florence were wearing seat belts., '
This vehicle struck a |poser line on I'.S. :IllI North We I killing an t'I'It'I'IOlllilll passenger from ('I. reroonl.\ The' driver lost control of the car in front of the Orhiv N.'ells Chevrolet .body trauma She was a passenger, fatality in Bradford. .County, this
The drhrr of the t'lIi' has IoII.It't.It'tlllltt'I'lIillllljl\l'lt's !but is expected dealership U.S. :301 in Starke. in the front seat but had to oeremov- year,


I You're Invlteiimmmmm-i Hampton Projects, Expenses' For 86 I

TONIGHT Thurs. 6:30: p.m. i l II:\ John Slurge. C.P.A. $6,600, l'ekphonerCkrk/ t 9, 1980! included money allocated for
(' i FREED The city ol Hampton l l projects ex-' ,$2,400. ** Hampton and further plans lor
i penrlltmesfurthe19HI1.87Ia.! ( l' ll \ear Estimated expenditures for' the water connections to Hampton Villa.
BAR- B QUE to total $111.779. .General Fund are; Fire Department $1,500 was allocated to go towardsthe
i i EstuulgclrevtnIue.lm) the 1986-87 $3,000, Recreation Department price of a fire truck for Hamp
fiscal I ear me also pro,lotted to be $3,000, Sanitation Department ton.
$114,771 $4,200 lor a total I $10,200.. In the Water Department the city
I Major revenues for the city t were; Estimated major (''expenditures: was still looking bids on the
I Bill Alderman's Barn I Fr.iiu'hise Tax Florida/ Power and the Street Department are ; Hampton Villa aterfor project and a
I Ii I l.ilihl $(iWio.! Ulilil) Tax $3,200, Maintenance Salary $12,272 Contract ell IIl'dlol' a motion for' blueprints tosee
CiHarelte and Motor Fuel Tax KiiUir .$6,000, Utilities.$0,000, what the city really needs. TIll'pmjl'l.t
$IItIIllI( Additu.ii.il, 'Cent Sale Tax Materials and Supplies $3ooo. was called for and pU M'd.
9/10 miles East of Hampton on County Road 18 $7,
i Come Out and Break Bread with the Most Qualified.Man i $4,800lCent Optional I Gas! Tax Miscellaneous Expense' $1,500 witha ll.implon roads were still in dire '
8,400( 1.714 tillage Co. RE. Tax total ol $30,822Eslinultcl: need of cold-patching and in the
M As Your District 4 County Commissioner i $1.!:2H!), Fedfi.il Ke\enue Sharing "lajol'l''Pl'lIditUI'l'slol' Recreation Department the news is
$3:mlIlIlI.! 2 (CiU'irelte, Tax $.t,8oo1 the Police Department arc; Salaries the Jamljoree was a success but no
i Party to the Music of Gerald Brown's Band : Miseelliiiu'iiiK Income $1,800 and $15,600; Gus ami Oil, $2,400, Equipment information was uvuilalile.
: Uenei.il Fund Cair\o\er i $7,211. and Kepairs $2,000 with a In the second Tuesday ol October,
t "WANTED ALIVE"for KMiinalrcl: revenues Iron the total ol 2169540. (lie Council plans! to appoint two vacant -
: llamiilim' Water. Department I for the Estimated major expenditures) for seats in the council. An election
hscal/ .",II' ending September 30, the lampion 1 Water Department was to be held, but nohod.v qualll'x'dl.
Vote Tues Sept. 30 1987! arc $18,7110K.tuunhvlnl.IjdI. are; Salaries. $3,200; Old Mortgagv- A motion was made to buy
1'\I"hIUI'l'"fol'| $2,41)0, Utilities) $..iiOO( Materials l'l'Ir't'lollIIll'nts for tin: next meetingand
till' nt\' arlnnnl..t.IUna.11\ '; Council $1,9>\\1. Farmers I Home' $5,400\ with a ii motion was also made to pnv
i Solar $;i.! on. C'leik Salary total ot $18,700. the bills.
$.">,(i7.t (hll, I'tol..umal' Fees for Atlitiiuv Keitiilai. I IUIMIKSS of thu Hampton Chairman Ted Curtis then called
01\; Inn'' I I'i ,.I.{ .,. ??...1! p"ni eilv 1 ctuiiieil meetinu lor September '"iidjourninenl.' .

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Install a well and septic tank or hook up to existing
utilities. Buy new carpet or landscaping. It's up to you Open Weekends .
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r Second, primary I

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(from! page! IA) list of totals for all races. The final Pajcic'led the second with
second primary a 231,306 votes in a rather close con- over attorney Mark Jay Kaufman in Judge Doughtie polled 36,853 in the
primary over challenger count showed Grant polled 60,408 statewide total of 361 359 votes. Jim
Evelyn Chastam who polled 318' votes, by far the most in a five can Smith was second with 310,479 votes. test.Mrs. the first primary voting, both in the circuit to 9,083 for attorney Kaufman
votes. didate race. Pele Skinner, the Smith led Bradford voting in a big Castor Wins... 8th Circuit and in Bradlord County who advertised on television. I
for the vacant seat In Bradford
the 8th Doughtie 2,959 votes
closest had with on gut
23,560 votes way 2,536 votes to Pajcic's 957.
Grant Wins... Grant's 60,408 votes are slightly less Former state senate president first Former primary senator Betty for Castor wona Judicial Circuit bench. County to 1,487 for Kaufman.
victory commis- .
It wasn't until Sept. 11, two days than 51 percent but enough to void a Harry Johnston was in third palce in sioner of education with a statewide
after the election, that a late announcement runoff. The primary was important the first primary with 258,038 votes, vote total of .
573,415. -
made since Grant faces no Republican statewide. >R :
was that former op the proponent of the no-pass, no-play I.yp 3 aayoaEp0 t
state senator Bill Grant won a nar- position. rule who rode
his wheelchair down Oppp 0
Dunn Leads... Wove 1'IW 14ohe
row first primary race for the highways the length of the state
District 2 U.S. House of Represen- Bradford voters gave Grant 2,006 Ed Dunn led the first primary trailed far back with 276,962 votes., PUhK E+R?' ,
tatives scat, which was vacated by votes and Skinner 1,562, and the voting with a statewide total of Third place Rayma C. Page polled
longtime Rep Don Fuqua three other candidates were far 316,419 votes for attorney general.:' 81,231 votes.Doughtie.
Thursday, following the first behind. His second primary run-off opposi. g o
primary Tuesday Sept. 2 voting, I tion is from Robert A. (Bob) Butter- Wins...
state Division of Elections staffers Pajcic Leads... worth, a close second with 301,519. Alachua County Judge Nath The Pentagon is the world's largest office building. With an area of
were still working to put together a Gubernatorial candidate Steve Third place Joe Gersten polled Doughtie won a decisive victory 6,500,000 square feet, the Pentagon has a Main Street lined with shop,
restaurants a bus depot and a post office.

Brooker Council Plans PRECINCT & LOCATIONS



New Computerby #11 HAMPTON CITY HALL' Issuing_Official


John Sturm's operating I the computer. .
Business for the meeting of the Councilman Carl Edwards made No. OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT .
I Brooker city council on September the mol ion to purchase the computerand DEMOCRATIC PARTY
15, 1986 included decisions to Carroll seconded
buy a Hoy the mo
handle business Bradford County, Florida -- .-.
computer to of the tion. All present were in favor of thepurchase Initials of OfficialA
Precinct No.September. Issuing
city's economics and the transfer of
$4,500 from general administrationfunds In business of the budget, $4,500 ': 10. 1986
to the fire department and from general administration funds Stub No.2'
maintenance department. was transU'rcd to the fire depart- .
Meeting was called to order ment and maintenance department ,.,1' ___ _____._
around 7:38p.m.: with all members lo cover cost overruns '* r'tf-T'V.1! : .
attending except Councilwoman Sue The city also passed a motion to /;, ,: >
Davis and Marshal Tommy Rauler- accept the rending of an ordinance ", ':'-j-4\1 t: ,: \f' :; ]1.' :: ) :l\\ f3: DEMOCRATIC PARTY

son.First discussing the appointing ol tht.town .: :\ .:: 1 t!' i"1' -1 L.4\ Bradford County, Florida .
business of the '
meeting was clerk and town marshal of Brooker. \. J .I". I Ij'
\, i.J r us' ; 1.-T3: :: .J'TT5 Precinct i No.September.
the discussion of selling a 1952 fire The council also learned of the ,". "" ...i. ; LJ '
truck sitting in the city. CouncilmanCarl clean-up of the city landlill. The (till JO. 1986 ,,
Edwards recommentded taking was cleaned and trash hauled as ay. TO VOTE lot a candidai' mark i cross|eXI| in ih* blank apace ,11 in.-- RIGHT ol' mo nmnn, ol 'ilw"miididalQ' whuni you tipairo to vole
bids on the truck to give equal oppur- The city wants to put in a slide-oil
tunity to all parties wishing to buy dumpster and will be getting
the truck. A.B. Adams made a mo- estimates on the purchase: of one. STATE Attorney General
tion to accept bids for the truck at The Idndl ill will operate ilt regular Governor & Lieutenant Governor (Vote for One) .-
the next regular meeting October 14, hours which are; Tuesday, Thursday (Vote for Group) ._- -.- COUNTY
1986, and was seconded by Councilman Friday10OOa.m,6OOpm: : and ROBERT A. 'BOBBUTTERWORTH
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Roy Carroll. Saturday 8:00il.lll.-6oJl'.m.: () :( > I I County Commissioner
Major business of the evening was The city will also receive borne STEVE 'PAJCIC r .. .. ED.... DUNN District 4
the purchase of a IBM compatible Hashing lights for two of its railroad i: FRANK MANN" :.::._._: (Vote for One)
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for the bill-
computer system utility crossings, but a request will be I JIM SMITH LEGISLATIVE
Ing system and general ledger made to get crossunns also.A -. State Senator W. R. (BILL) ALDERMAN I I
of the The cost of I! MARSHALL; S. HARRIS I I; I
system city. $4,089 motion to have the the poll JOE
_,. .. 5th Senatorial District RIDDICK
went for the utility system and$2,630 workers paid 4:00: per hour for !the
went towards the general ledger schooling in Stark in preparation (Vote for One)

system.An for the city elections was passed.A -
additional cost of $640 went A ion was made to pay the bills WAYNE/ HOLLINGSWORTH
towards the vauable education of City and Koy Carroll motioned to adjourn {f DOUG NICHOLS 1- I.
Clerk Linda Robinson who will be --- .




Chief Bowen reminds the public NORTH 301
Each Tuesday, ap.m., Kingsley that the service is available.Community #4 BRADFORD COUNTY ROAD DEPARTMENT, GRAND STREET
Lake Civic Center. Plus level.
Mainstream dance, first Satur- #5B BRADFORD COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY

day of each month, same place, 7p.m. Band... #6A BUCKLEY RESIDENCE I ROAD 225

dance.. workshop, 8 p.m. mainstream, The newly organized Bradford ., .. I "** .... '.I !"( rOo ..
Band directed
If interested in dance County Community > '" /' ., ... ..* .
square 'm IopkingJotmQC@ .. .. ---r OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT' ""* ,
by Perwg.ls ,
lessons call 964-7955 for I. ._ ; ; >_ : 'I\J y ,
please \
more information. '; ** tJ '\II') t a qm aSS meets. -'"-al.730-: +( p.m.:: -each, 'J'C"J 4t; :.r"" >:- 4. DEMOCRATIC PARTY J' .

No. ... ,.. Bradford Florida '
Monday in the Bradford Middle County,
Active Seniors... School band room. Twenty-four Precinct No. I Initials; I of I I Issuing OfficialSeptember I

The Senior Center offers various members are on the role so far and 30. 1986
I activities for senior citizens including more are expected. Call the Vo- Stub NO.2'
needlework, macrame exercises Tech Center, phone 964-6150, for
bingo, etc. more information. .. --- .--.
The Center is C en Monday
through Friday from| 8:30: a.m. to 4 /:.""\ F\' n f ; OFFICIAL l ; PRIMARY BALLOT
Pre-Iletirement : IXi
and is located behind the new :J '. f. '
p.m. / .} : 61DEMOCRATIC PARTY
courthouse on the corner of Grand 'Learn By Mail... < ..,:.' j j it., ( ... ;IJ' I
and Georgia Streets. A 1\ L 1' .' .. Bradford County, Florida I
Retirement years can be a great :: a I h' r'I Precinct No.September. I
Contact Beverly McGee or .j i ; I" -
1 t.1' ; f" l : "
phase of life. It affords the oppor- t.:: '"' u J ..I .
Ter' sa Wood at 964-4545 for more 30. I98S I
to do all of those things
information. never tunity had time to do while work-you TO VOTE lot a Candidatif. mark a CtOtt(ix) in .the blank' *pane Hi' (tie MIGHT' n< Ih.. ".inn. .,nl,' lhi>i .,,,,h.I..h' I IMI wtlnin ynn itt-siri 11 voli*

Call-In Program... ing.
Planning for retirement,
: call-in service to consideration.It STATE .,, .
A however is
morning major General
a Attorney '-"---' -- - -- -
assist senior citizens who are aloneis can make the difference between Governor & Lieutenant Governor (Vote for One) COUNTY
offered by the Starke Police enjoying those leisure years or (Vote for Group) School Board

Department, according to Chief struggling through them.It -- ...--....- .. -. .. .. .. l ROBERT..A "BOB" BUTTERWORTH L District Member 2
'Jimmy Bowen. is never too early to begin I
To become involved in the program planning, especially if you are look STEVE PAJCIC"FRANK"MANN -._. r ED DUNN I (Vote for One)
citizen is asked to register retirement in five 10 -. .
a ing at or ,
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then Service is offering f--- RAY DURBAN
the Police
with Department, years. The Extension : .
call in before 10 a.m. each day. a six part Learn-By-Mail -JIM-SMITH'--- .. -". -. LEGISLATIVE I JAMES. T (COBBIE) WAINWRIGHT '.
After 10 a.m. the Police Dept will series to assist you in preparingIf MARSHALL S. HARRIS State I Senator t
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check on those citizens who have interested contact the Exten- -- --- ---- --- 5th Senatorial District

not called in. If there is no answer, sion Office.phone 964-6280, Ext. (Vote for One)
a police officer will visit the 'f .
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Rec News. -DOUG- .. ..NICHOLS.. .. .

Art. & Crafts... Sign up at the old armory trom
,"'or fljjes: 914. Deadline to sign up 8T:30: a.m.'until noon and 1-5 p.m. or
the Pratt Street Playground from 35Aerobic PRECINCTS & LOCATIONS
is Oti J. .. .. .
at the old the. .,p.m. .
Sign up armory
Recreation Department. Arts & #2B LAWTEY VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT .
crafts class are set for eight weeks #3B BRADFORD COUNTY AGRICULTURAL BUILDING, NORTH 301
A fee of for Eveiung"classes i for aerobic dance .
Mondays at 3:15: p.m. $8 8 \ .
weeks is payable at the first class and excycise are set. .
Monday, Oct. 13. More informationwill #7 HEADSTART SCHOOL (FORMERLY R.J.E. )
be available upon registering. Aerobic dance is from 5:30: to 6 : .'
'p.m. Exercise class is from 6-7 p.m. ..
Flag Football... MondayThursday.Prices G. #8B STARKE RECREATION CENTER, PRATT STREET .

Registration for Flag Football for vary, depending on the ,-\'\;:: I #9A SOUTHS IDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CAFETERIA .
ages 6-13 is under way. number of days of participation. \ .

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'l.3O/o/ Ollsp111tem ?*% Bradford County, Florida Initials of Official

Alt Ito err Precinct NoSeptember. ___ .. _..__ Issuing
30. 1986
( naqO "s Stub No. 2

Nowr.unenli, "j .
'?'ib iyp"uov worte ji
Johns .Variety..II' Store J I.\' ;":: :: r., C., .;1 f .. 'i FFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT '

301 North In Lawtey NexT'ttf' fawtey! Satellite r 'U fl;6:. t.r.; :::: -' :(Lt r L. : DEMOCRATIC PARTY
'v" -
., ; }!y i+" Bradford County Florida'M
OPEN 10 a.m. till 5 p.m. CLOSED Sunday & Monday : .
\t:::1. 't,. ;; $ .' k1l' f Precinct I No.September, __

Will Buy Sell or Trade 30. 1986
TO vOTF for a Candida, mark a crosa IX( ) ,in foe blank apace at. the RIGHT of .the name of the candidate for whom you desire lo vote

What Have You? I Ir

964-4459 Governor & Lieutenant Governor Attorney General LEGISLATIVE !h'
State Senator
Lots Vote for One I
) ( )
(Vote for Group 5th Senatorial District
Yy After 6 p.m. ClOthes .-. .--- .' ,:: B7.-a Vote for One .
'10 aleRe'aGas STEVE. PAJCIC- :. I..ROBERT..._.._ _.___._ _. UTTERWORTHEDUNN _._ ___t_ _\ --_(... -.- ) .

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J .'''", 'CO" .. . .. ., .... .. P"" m '" ,\ 'in Historic Book'Almost +

(the students atBradl'OI'd guide and hand-book of all school activities
50 years School ago published a "Hand In Starke and Bradford County for the pastliltythiec
1 / / Guide"; called the "B years and should be ot
auw 1 lrl leau1 lnruu All a4u book and Students several
facts assistance to pupils for the next
Book", containing: many interesting
E about BUS, which evolved from the old years
ni S Starke Institute that occupied a two-story Two Bradford High Students were
tot or bo frame building in the mid-1800s on Walnut assisting in the Hampton School during the
( + Street. where the Woman's Club now illness ol two teachers there Miss Hope
1 I stands.< Ha acting principal In the absenceof \
Lester Sponholtz and Palsy Edmondson
In 1914 the school moved to a new redbrick
...... building on N. Temple Ave., now Is acting primary teacher.
TillS 1STOC"RTln THAT' U.S. 301, consti: 'ucted at a cost: of$45,000. It The Beta Honor Club met the seventh
IN RFOOr.NITION Of IT*JIISTOBIl.CEIjc ..nNIF1CANCV. was later" demolished to make room for the period

present high school building. Mrs. Wall was here for regular Glee
) (!gull Strict 3HuHiiric: Otistrittla Club practice and music in the grades.
According to the "B Book" Wednesday, ; ... .. .
t iimmjY: orrirMU 1I TtIIINThings : Feb. 17, 1937 was a typical day at BHS. Mis. Long and Mrs. Demorest completed -
"1 She NaMunal Krglater uf ilk turtr Plates Belies it or not sounds as il they were plans for a radio English Class to be The Old Starke Institute'

pFFixrrivrt just as busy (well, almost) as BHS continued every iday-listening! in on

Slle\} SuirlIL_Duu uf Dfccniltcr Muclren Iliuulrtb iHiO ElultU| '. lurl'XKHMtICF i slU/ll"lt'ltoelav' broadcast from W. It. U, F. on "Our
i Speech" by Prol. Lester M Halo, of U. olPrepaialion
) ItH'AltTMf Nl III rilF INI ,nlllllUASIIINltlON ATM IC'AI.IH'St. l OVATIWMH F boy, Artford Brown; nolsest, Albert Lee
II* 7l ..OltlHIU.IIM'Itt;\ << : ) Crosby.
began for attending the
JJX w '%,fs55S!!! =5<-* m,. ic fWfc Today at Bradford High School several District Basketball Meet in Jacksonville inMarch. in 1937 and
football team ,
Ylklrl he ( exciting events happened to break thestern There was no
/ Y//ltnHr !hfitlTUtll ,F/U/llhII .r
{ r.f ,
Jil 1111y ? /F T/ only two con-
l monotony of school life. Besides all Regular meeting of the Boy Scouts of the Tornado Cagers won

\ A !*?-.,JLtOJtl iiuie7\W UL*. & WVUesaWl.fV tW WiAS Aft. V7ST regular classes being held, Fire Drill was America, L. A. Gray, Scoutmaster ference games in 1936 and lost 10 for an
&m f executed and building cleared ot 800 .. average of .167. The 1937 season was
students in two and onehall'minutes.. ImSJOUHSAI.STA. .' somewhat better with a 9-12 conference:

Manassa Virginia Fugale (now Darby) was record, and an average of .429. Among the
An airplane, piloted by Henry
Bob Long Gene Long, Niram
editor-m-thief of the BHS Journal; Floried players were
Hew over the school building dropping the
and others Kilhngsuorth, society editor; Marble Wynn Artford Brown, Albert Lee Crosby,
Coming Together invitations to the Seniors to the
"Junior Backward Party."PhilipManassa Hemingway, literary editor; Lois Judd Dan Hazen,John Arthur Torode,S.G. Denmark also-

Bradlord High School studentwas (now Bennett) special reporter; and and Winfred Hazen. The girls
fielded a team in those days, with an
McMillan editor.
a passenger and acted as air-mail Margie exchange '
For Pride'One man. The Journal consisted of one page in The average of .308.

Sweat shirts lor' the boys' basketballteam Telegraph devoted to school news, and HONOUTKACI1EK8

arrived The boys were well pleased won first prize: in the state school papel'contl'st Two "Honor Teachers" were pictured in

ago our neighbor to the to businesses and residents located in w ith the bright h' colol'l'elshil.ts which were in 1936. Grace Arwood was president the year book: Miss Olive Ray,first grade
donated hy the Tip Top Grocery and bear ol the Glee Club and J.W. Kelly president -
the targeted area. teacher, who had retired after 33 years of
South The Gainesville Sun
publishedan then ad\ on the backs. of the 4-H Club.SESIOH consecutive serving in the school; and the

editorial under the "heading, This has yet to be finally approved by G-Mcn! Secret Police badges were SVI.ItI.ATI\'ES late Professor S.S. Dowling, who was principal -
"Starke's Refurbished Pride. the State, but Starke is said to be high on distributed to the members ol the Grounds of BUS for 14 years.
the list of towns eligible for approval.The Prettiest girl Grace Arwood;; best lookIng -
In its comments The Sun quoted the Committee. This committee helps ASR
S.G. Denmark most popular boy,
New York Times' architecture critic assaying benefits will be substantial, and a tain law. order and lair play on the school boy, ;
Artford Brown most popular girl,
; "B Books" will sale
ounds. The new go on
that America "is in the midst ofa big inducement to businesses located in gi .. Virginia Fugate; laziest, Billy Powell, big- before and during the Alumni Reunion,
rising tide of affection for older the zone, which includes downtown Preparation. copy of Bradford Book gest bluller, Chester Moody; best dressed Oct. 2425.

buildings. Across the U.S., structuresthat Starke.As WHS completed This is to be f M'irli'nis" girl, Mvilico Killingsworlh.' : best dressed

a generation ago where abandonedor pointed out in the Sun editorial,

torn down are now being rejuvenatedand "Historic preservationthe revitalization '

put to use." of crumbling, architectural County Agent's Notebook By Bobby TaylorEven -. I

In commenting on this trend, The Sun monuments of yesterday into attrac-

said "The latest of tive functional productive centers ofmodernday
: region's example
plants. Keep them moist before planting,
historic preservation was unveiled last activity, has become one of though we have several commer- Home Garden Strawberrieson and plant ther a in moist soil. Set them ai
the best investments a community can cial and U-pick strawberries! in our area,
week in the of Starke with
conver- the
city the correct depth. Do not cover crowns
hobbists like to raised bed about six inches -
of our gardeners and each side of the ,
make. The City of Gainesville has many
sion of the newly restored 1902 Bradford grow their own. If you would like to join the from the edges. Space the plants 12 In- and do not leave tops or roots exposed.
County Courthouse into the Starke demonstrated this with the great program latter group, here are some tips that might ches apart in the rows. Be sure that no Spread the roots in a fan shape, and pack

Center for Santa Fe Community Col- of revitalization now under way in help make you successful plants are set directly over the fertilizer soil firmly around them.

lege. This is the only community college its downtown district.In .
In should be
our area, strawberry plants
campus in Florida ( perhaps in the U.S.) recent years, efforts to revive set from now through midNovember.When Forestry ;in Bradford CountyBy

to be built with private contributions, "Main Street America", in the face of winter comes, the cool nights and ; I

which in itself should represent a pointof ever increasing shopping mall short days will cause the plants to begin o IV. Norton

considerable community pride.' developments, have helped reverse a flowering.frost Flowers of formed will after the last in- Oaks are among the most majestic of as extendea periods of low rainfall," he

Shortly after the editorial was writ- trend toward moving everything com- to killing fruit early spring develop trees and childhood visions of lazy hours said. "Trees with root disease also have

mercial to the outskirts of town or along spent under the shade of their limbs or difficulty in maintaining a sufficient flow
ten Starke had another for
great reason Berry production and harvest continue climbing their spreading branches to of water to the leaves because root disease
"refurbishing" its ride. The entire Call the main highways. Now that Starke'sCall throughout the As the weather
spring. gets amazing heights __ _. fungi .destroy, water-absorbing roots
Street Commercial District was awarded Street is on the National Register of ., ,warmer, ;and the days grow longer, theplants Because of the treefs popularity, recent decreasing the tree's ability to supply
the coveted honor of being placed on Historic Places, landlords improving rr" w1'N'stop producing berries and',.::..:\:problems with oaks statewide are causing water to the leaves."
the National Register of Historic restoring their old buildings are eligiblefor form runners; These runners will take "'(! ntl'rn alT1tn'fg 'foresters"l W"ttieTtorMa-"'-its-oaktreesmature;-tbey'tenlleeome/
substantial 25 percent tax credits of- root, and become new plants. However, Department of Agriculture and Consumer more susceptible to root disease fungi
Places. This came as the result of a most home gardeners destroy such plants, Services. especially if they have sustained damage

detailed and documented survey of the their expenditures. This, together with and start over again in the fall. "Throughout the state, oaks are declin- from such things as construction, wind, or

architectural and historical Enterprise Zone benefits, should influence strawberries be in ing and dying at a higher than normal lawn mowers during their lives. Most

significance of the buildings between others to follow the lead of those just Although about any type Florida can soil, they grown don't rate," explained Steve Gilly a Forest mature oaks have some degree of root
who have already taken steps in this Biologist for the Division of Forestiy"Many decay.According.
and including the Old Courthouse to do as well in peat or muck. Strawberrieslike oaks able
of oak are involved including to Gilly are to survive -
Cherry Streetmany of them 100 years direction a well-drained soil, which is moist but species live, laurel, sand live, southernred root diseases for many years, but the

old, or older. It is important that owners planning not wet. So, sancy is best soil with plenty of and turkey oak ". additional stress of the extended droughtof
organic matter affected oaks the past two years has apparently been
to their Symptoms cUbplayea by
improvements buildings help
Then this month there the
came too much for trees to handle.
It's important to plant strawberry vary considerably: according to Gilly. many
out the historic theme for this is
crowning result in Starke's effort to carry varieties which have proven themselves "Lightly affected trees may show only a "Prevention is the key word in maintaining -
reverse the threat of inner-city decay-- the basis on which Starke obtained its under Florida conditions varieties such as scorch or burn around the outer edges of a healthy oak tree' Gilly said "Avoid

notification that the City's applicationfor $575,000 downtown grant. Capitalizingon Dover and Florida Belle. They yield large leaves, they usually recover," he said. "In damaging the base or roots of the tree at

for downtown its historic past is Starke's best bet fruit, and are resistant to a common plant severe cases, when leaves suddenly turn all times preventing easy access for root
a $575,000
for attracting businesses that appeal to disease called Anthracnose. Other red or brown, it indicates that the tree is in disease fungi."During .
revitalization had been finalized and the
trouble". periods of dry weather make
well are
varieties adapted our area
contract signed with the State for its the tourist trade. This could become a Douglas and Chandler. In Gilly's opinion this abnormal oak sure to give trees plenty of water," he con-

disbursal. The selection of an engineering whole new source of income if the mortality is probably due to a combinationof cluded. "A thorough soaking of the root
firm for the is historic area from the Old Courthouse to Strawberries should be planted in raised factors, this past spring drought and a zone once or twice a week is commonly
project now in pro- Cherry Street is given the appealing at- beds which are two feet wide and spacedtwo number of stress-related diseases are recommended."
cess. that feet apart. The beds should be mounded playing significant roles. Root disease A forester from the Division of Forestryis
mosphere nostalgic impart
There other all buildings so they're six inches high along the fungi appear to be involved in certain available to discuss tree problems with
are things com-
many With a little additional effort and edges and about eight inches high in the situations, he said. Florida homeowners. Forestry offices are
ing together at this time that will give with minimum expense Call Street middle. "Leaf scorch or burn symptoms appear listed in local telephone directories under

Starke added impetus in its revitalization could have this attractive atmosphere. whenever water is unavailable for the Florida Department of Agriculture and

and improvement program. Brad- Fifty percent of the job has already broadcast For a ten-by-ten foot strawberry patch leaves during periods of hot weather such Consumer Services.
about two-and-a-half pounds of
ford County has been certified by the
been done.
6-8-8 fertilizer and work it into the soil.

State as a Blue Chip Community, hav- Starke indeed has cause for "Refur- Then, form the beds in the manner to''RESOLUTION OF THE
ing the necessary qualifications as a described, and apply another twoandahalf -
location for new industry; and another job not yet pounds of fertilizer. This time, place
finished. By this time next year it couldbe the fertilizer in a narrow band about two to
$575,000 has been for
grant approved WHEREAS L. M. GAINES was appointed as the first Zoning Director
if the same spirit prevails that made six inches deep in the middle of each bed. '
for "
in Bradford FlgrMai
the County
East Starke
target Santa Fe's Starke Center a reality.In Also, during the first season of strawberry .,. .'.Jl eV\ < .I ..IY,
area. production, include a complete mixture of WHEREAS his service In that capacity was always above and beyond
In addition these America's rising tide of interest in minor elements in the fertilizer application tha call of duty I and, "
to factors the -
plus historic buildings, Call Street could if possible. WHEREAS the ;;'i'd' L. M.I CAINES has served on tha BRADFORD COUNTY:
city has adopted a resolution become another landmark. DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY for many yaarsi and continue to serve In
designating an ''Enterprise Zone" offering After the beds have been properly form- that capacity) and. .

tax incentives and other benefits ed, fertilized, and very moistened, cover '
each with a sheet of one-and-a-half mil WHEREAS as a part t said service ha has served several years
as Chairman of the Authority and,.
---- black the
----- polyethylene plastic, recom-
CITYWIDE CLEANUP PROCLAMATIONWHEREAS mended mulch for strawberries in our WHEREAS In his capacity aa Chairman ha has served as an able
area. Place soil on the edges of the plasticto advisor to the Board of Govenora of the Starke-Bradford County

hold it in place. Then, cut slits in the Chamber of Commerce! Inc., I, and,, ,
the 1st Annual Starke Festival of the Artsis plastic where the plants are to be inserted. WHEREAS the said L. H. CAINES has recently announced his
scheduled for Octnber 18-19 ; and The plants should be set in double rows one. retirement as Zoning 'Director' effective 1 October 1986) and, I

WHEREAS the City of Starke. Santa Fe Community College land because this can lead to salt burn. WHEREAS the Authority wishes to say "THANK YOU" on behalf of
local businesses and citizens will host a large number of Always start with certified, disease-free the entire community now,


WHFREAS the appearance of our streets sidewalks store Pre-Retirement:
1. That L. M. GAINES Is hereby thanked on behalf of the entire
fronts highways homes and businesses are important to the
Learn By Mail... community, for his many years of service to the community by the
impression we make on our visitors.NOW unselfish giving of his time and talent to the citizens of
Retirement years can be a great Bradford County, Florida,
THEREFORE. I Charles Schaefer. mayor of the City phase of life. ft affords the oppor-
of Starke do hereby proclaim the period of September 25 tunity to do all of those things you' 2. That L, M. GAINES Is hereby wished well for the retirement
October 17 1986 asCLEAN never had time to do while working years ahead,

UP FIX UP. PAINT UP I WEEKSin 3. That L. M. GAINES Is hereby asked to continue to give
his advice and good counsel to this Board and others which ,
It is never too early to begin we will
Starke and all residents and businesses to continue to need
urge participatein as we have in the past,
if looking
especially are -
planning, you
activities that will enhance our city's thata
appearance so at retirement in five or 10 RESOLVED by the B&DFOKD COUNTY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITYTHIS
lasting impression of our hospitality, community spirit '
The Extension Service is offering 19th DAY OF SEPTEMBER 1986.1' .
and a sense of pride will be felt by all participants and years. I Iw
visitors. a Six part LearnByMailseries IBRA'DFORD COUNTY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
to assist you in preparing for
ATTEST I X66 coup
retirement. Information will be yr .
# LLq' sent to your home for your convenience b

set .cruary, u rman, om neon
/ CITY.. OF STARKE II' interested, contact the Exten- Jck Eckd.hl ,
sion (,Io ce, phone 964-6285., Ext.

Firestone predicts lowest voter turnout on TuesdayThe

Florida 'Ilnies.Union, Jacksonville, Wednesday, September 24, 1986 Don't Let It Happen Here V oie in Tuesday's 2d Primary


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'TJotlces Carl Wilkerson '
o the Church Items '

News *to. .1. WeddingsReceptions I '" '' 'cti: '' Exchange Vows Aug. 29 I

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Forties Stephanie Lorraine Crawford, The Flower Girl was AmandaCrawford
//lJi J+ daughter of Mr. &: Mrs. Mitchell cousin of the bride Ran
Crawford of Lawtey, was married to dy Kilby,nephew of the groom,serv-
Carl Andrew Wilkerson, son of Mr.& ed as Ring Bearer '
Mrs. James Wilkerson of Lawtey, at The Bride wore a T-length bridal

Delta Kappa Gamma Morgan Family ReunionSet a August 29, 1986 ceremony at FSP satin dress with ruffles cascadingover
Training Comolpx in Raiforri the shoulders. Her ornamentswere
Meets In LB For October 18 A wedding arch decorated with a white pearl necklace and

Union County High School librarywas The First Annual Reunion of the white silk wisteria and blue larkspurwas pearl earrings. She carried a
the meeting place for Union and descendants of Leaton U. Morgan the centerpiece of the church nosegay of silk roses and blue gyp
and is > decorations with baskets of blue sophila with a white halo headpieceof
Bradford educator members of Martha C. Morgan set Saturday 1 car-
Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta Kappa October 18 at the Kingsley Lake 4i nations placed on each side. Eureka blue.& white silk roses and gyp
Gamma on Thursday night,Sept. 18. Civic Center, on.Kingsley AvenueSt. plams and boston fern were placedat sophila.The
Preceding the business meeting, a ( Road 16-A). various points to add accent. FSP Training Complex was
decorated for with
the reception a
social hour was hosted by Joyce Nor- Lunch will be at 1 p.m. Bring your The wedding ceremony was per-
man, Sharon Rymer, Yvette Key, food and drinks for an old-fashioned form by the bride's uncle, Rev. Troy fresh swan arrangement of blue car
nations,white and gypsophila,
Rhonda Harrell\ and Audrey Wilson. "Dinner on the Ground". Griffis. poms I
wisteria garland and white roses.
Fur further information call\
Gail Cook, president, presided Mitchell Crawford gave his
Centering the Bride's table was a
over the business meeting, initiatinga Richard Arley Underhill, Rt. 2, Box; daughter away in marriage with
three tier wedding cake with blue .
1760 in Starke. Ph. 19049645448.
competitive point system to Donnie Wilkerson, cousin of the
trim. Silk wisteria draped the table. t
reward members for active par Please bring old family pictures to groom as Best Man. Danny Jordan Blue and white feesia and carnations
share. f
ticipation. : S and Annis the Ushers.
Kenny were accented the table. ,
A report on the rtate Fall\ Did You Know.......... 'S Sheila Starling was the Maid of Annette Williams punch cut and served
workshop in Orlando on the Honor. Her T-length gown of blue
the cake with Mona Crawford keep-
preceding weekend was given by Mr & Mrs. Herbert Thomas, their floral print was gathered at the ing the Bride's book, Assisting were
Cook, Gladys Thomas and Betty daughter, Mava Lee Thomas, and T waist with a wrap belt. She carried Dorothy Starling and Andrea I
Herring. granddaughter, Andrea Smith, of A white silk roses with blue gyp- Williams. I

Following the business meeting, Ocala attended the Jacksonville sophila. The attendant was Marlene Following a trip to Ocala, the cou-
Sports Hall of Fame Induction McWilliams. Her
members met with their assigned and gown was ple will reside in Lawtey.
committees to plan projects and pro- Honor Roll Ceremonies held at the 1 T-length blue floral with a gathered Stephanie is presently employedwith
Sheraton at St.Johns waist and belt. Her flowers
grams for the 1986-87.chool year. on Wednesday, wrap Julia's Florida studying floral
September 17 where Mr. Thomaswas Mr. & Mrs. Carl Wilkerson too were white silk roses with blue
and Carl Is with
VOTE for BILL ALDERMAN an inductee gypsophila. design Gilman Paper Company.employed

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,, ANGEL'S FUR FASHIONS' 1 0-500/0 Off All Teri Kyle Mathews Harrison,

) ( Professional Dog Grooming fj InStockSILK Announce Engagement

: in All Breeds & SizesH'

Star' r Mr. & Mrs Leaton Mathews of
) X Starke announce the engagementand
1 ARRANGEMENTSand upcoming marriage of their
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H' ., ) ( t :J"t daughter, Terri, to Kyle Harrison,
7/r/ ) ;, Making Your Selected MerchandiseStop fiY son of Mr. & Mrs. Charles McKinney
of Starke and Mr. Tommy Harrisonof

( Jacksonville.
2 Pet Look2L. The bride-elect] is a graduate of
t & Shop for Christmas
; Bradford High School and is
Heavenly! employed by Mathews Poultry, Inc.
17 : Choose from our stock of Christmas Kyle is a graduate ol Bradford
.. It High also and is cemployed by Denmark -
i Decorations Wreaths, Baskets, Etc. Furniture.
Call 964-5790 The wedding Is planned for October -
f" Y s
,.. '\ f lI / While They Last frTerrl 11 at the Church ol God in

I ".".. $ ...'U.U.. ._.. .._..___' Starke.
I or 782-3963 ROSES 1250De _
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RI.': Ask About Our Referral Program Julia's FloristWe I Allyson Hildreth, .\

Donald Cooper, Jr. :
honor all major credit cards .
Set Wedding Date
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I Adkins of Jacksonville, and the last
I Ernest Ester Hildreth of Lakeland, rtt
ALL PRECINCTS announce the engagement and approaching -
marriage of their ;....... I
daughter, Allyson Jean (Sissy)
Hildreth, of Perry, to Donald Ray II

"..,.. .'... Cooper, Jr, Perry son of Mary E,
Cooper ol Starke and Donald R. I
;' 'J Cooper, Sr of Raiford.
OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT Fiance is a graduate of Bradford

No.. ,: REPUBLICAN PARTY High School and is employed by
?, White Construction
Bradford County, Florida for Saturday
I Initials I I of I Issuing I Official I I I The wedding is planned -
.,.. ...1 .. ,, Precinct NoSeptember. October 18, 1986 at 4:00: p.m. in r" a tF
30,1986 .. the rhuihc ot God in Staike. \
Stub No.2' FRI. '
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>V' r \ rr OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT Woman's Club Parmenter reunionset
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't W ;.. :. \' :'" h,!..): m + ;, REPUBLICAN PARTY .; ",,.' Board MeetingThe
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k- Bradford Florida '
: ,(.,: I County, li"4: monthly meeting of the
1\ r : Parmenter should be aware that the
B kib 't Precinct No- ,,||';-ft : Woman's Club of Starke is set for Annual Reunion, previously held at

I' September 30, (1986 'i-f. .-,.,,,t',. October 1 at 1:00: p,m. at the Union Primitive Baptist Church,
TO VOTE lor a candidate mark cross(X)In the blank apaea at tha RIGHT of the nami ol/ the candidate 'lor whom you dMlra to rote Woman's Club. will now be held at the Raiford Com-
All officers and chairmen are requested -
,&4 munity Center located on SR-121 in
attend this
I tflJod(I to please Raiford on Saturday October 11
STATE ,4.'. meeting. from 10 A,M. until.
Governor & Lieutenant Governor Commissioner of Education. I.. j.,' All friends are invited to attend

(Vote for Group) (Vote for One) ': ;;:; VOTE for BILL ALDERMAN and bring a picnic lunch.





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TO VOTE 'lor a candidaia. mark a cross(1)Clln) I the blank.apaca at the RIGHT ol! I the nama ol'.urn andidait Ion wham you doi"0. I THEBOX
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STATE f Attorney General i

., Governor & Lieutenant Governor (Vote for One) .". COUNTY(' $129.99, ASSEMBLED

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!I I FRANK.MANN. .. LEGISLATIVE EVELYN s. CHASTAINJj i* a I ,lee the nor gas pew.rod Mower and other Weed Eats quality product at I

JIM .SMITH .. .. State Senator -t'' T'PAHRISHWAYNE .tt-'t\ } i. i Fla Pest Control .'
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Rebecca Crawford Robert Anglon' 'Wed:August, 23' .: /; ;.i'.: /, .: I

Rebecca R. Crawford, daughter of Margaret Oliver, Karen Lamn & was pearl necklace.The headpiece Crystal l punch bowls on each end
Donnie Hugh & Margaret Crawford, Megan Burns were the bride's attendants & veil was of silk roses and seed of the lace covered punch table held
became the bride of Robert Anglon, .Their attire was similar to the pearls with finger tip crown of punch while crystal bowls of nuts,
jIj son of Mr. & Mrs. David M. Lewis Matron of Honor and their flowers pearl mints& vegetable assortments were
Saturday, August 23 at the Christian were green& peach long-stem roses. Hampton City Hall served the arranged around them. The center-
Church in Hampton, FL. Deena Crawford served as Flower reception area and decoratedwith as piece was a porcelain bride doll
S with Joshua Smith was which matched the bride and
The ceremony was performed by Girl as Ring streamers in matching fall colors was
Norman C. Suisse with nuptial Bearer., of peach, yellow & mint made by the groom's grandmother.
music provided by Mrs. Donna An u l-ovel' .chantilly type lace with white wedding bells. green. Tonya Grover kept the bride's
Burns & Miss Sharron Oliver. gown was worn by the Bride. The book with Virginia Crawford &Ja.n-
The church was decorated in fall gown had a standup neckline with a A four-tiered wedding cake with mie Cox asslslin .
colors of peach & green. The, sheer net yoke trimmed with schiffle Steps leading to two smaller cakes Following a trip to Disney World
yellOwi d candles of the embroidery, fitted bodice & rues adorned the brides table which was and other attractions,the couple will
various fall colors. waistline, alternating lace covered with white linen and reside in Gainesville. FL.
The bride was given in marriageby and semi-cathedral heart overlaid by white lace and accented Rebecca and Robert are both
N. her grandfather, Lynn Hall. Best train.Her bridal bouquet was yellow with a crystal candleabra. The cake graduates of Bradford High and
Man was Wade Smith with Andy roses on a white lace fan interspersed was made and served by Mrs. Gar- Robert is employed by Thompson
Simmons & Shannon Dismuck serv- with tiger lillies. Her ornament vin Vaughn, the bride's sister. Sheet Metal in Gainesville.
ing as ushers. ..........***.............*............."###,"#....*....
The Matron of Honor was Beverly
Smith, sister of the bride. Her gown !
was a yellow satin, oldfashionedbell
V type with lace overlay. Her hair Please Elect My Nephew
was adorned with white silk flowers
4 and she carried white longstemroses. .
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Hugglns-Jackson BILL ALDERMANCounty

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: ; Wedding Set Commissioner, District 4

Mr. & Mrs. James E. Norman of 7I
,. Keystone Heights announce the approaching -
marriage of their

\ Jackson daughter,,also Sherrie of Keystone June, to Leslie Heights E., I have known 'Bill all 47 years of his life.

son of Mrs. Mary Alma Jackson of

t, Starke The and wedding the late is W,planned N, Jackson.for Bill is Honest Sober, and ReliableBill

\ September 27 at 4:00: p.m.at SE 63rd

) Circle Heights.All .Keystone Oaks, Keystone stands up for what he knows is right,

.,;. friends and relatives are in-
\ ; vited to attend. even if he has to stand alone.

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I Bill loves Bradford County !

Social Briefs and All the People of Bradford County I

Alpha! Gamma ADK Women of St. Mark's The Flea Market that was scheduled :_

Meld Meeting Sept. 8 First Meeting Held for spring October so 18 as has not been to conflict postponeduntil with t Bill's Judgment: can be Depended on for Making

1 1 "ii.i,,111.1' Kiippa( .unntd hold Chapter their of monthly Alpha their The I first Women meeting of in St.the Mark's Parish held Hall Santa the Arts Fe Festival College for scheduled that date.by the i Decisions that are Best for Our County. .
Mrs. Ed Watts took ..
17 with four boxes of I
SI.Ial'k's! Wednesday September
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food and six boxes of
clothing to the
i 1 h 1 I louse on Sept 8. Mrs. A.K. Carlisle, president, conducting -
St. Mary's Mission in Jacksonville.
i > h.ii'l Mutes of Gainesville was Ihe meeting. The !96th Annual Meeting of the $ BILL IS NOT CONTROLLED BY ANY ONE PERSONOR
)jiu"-l,, pcaker. lie spoke about a Opening devotional was given by Diocesan
.' '"i kr>,'\i heali'aloftheArts ding upcoming] event to be-held The Mrs. Herbert presented Thomas.the study Mrs.programon Gilbe..tBrown Fernandina be held at St. Peter's church in ANY GROUP OF PEOPLE i
on Thursday, October
'tuber) 18. 19.I I!). the subject "Faith" using It ..
23. Reservations must be in October ;
by -
material (from the book by Dr.
1 ii il i raising was brought up at -
10.Diocesan .
",', hug and a committee wash Donald E. Cook. Faith is a broad -
Quiet will be held
il luW'lcct suitable lund rais- Held in a religious hie and there are Days
I < a
\ fiit' All money earned will ben many interpretations. Christian at November St. Joseph's 22 from, Gainesville 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.and am pleased to mYi
-01 the Santa Ke Community laith centers in Jesus Christ.Mrs. !..
"I" In
,!"'. .t>, part of our altruistic pro- Gilbert Crosby spoke about Trinity Church, St.! Augustine. i nephew, as a well qualified PUBLIC SERVANT.
1 Hope to see everyone at ouri (the church library located in the s
i't", I'ting Oct. fi, to discuss the Parish Hall and reminded membersthat
I "K'l I II' Memorial Books can be given to VOTE for BILL ALDERMAN i -

< .ml 1,1 "ii-M/ Redding>s ,lor the Sheila evening McClelI.111 were It + \. ......_. ...... THANK YOU FOR; YOUR: SUPPORT. !

', /InceJolmsntt.VOTE / II WHEN YOU'VOTE'TUESDAY, SEPT. 30th


I Kihvunl's; News {
i I. public is invited to enjoy the'I't'i'ifesit JOE .
being planned for Sun 7'4HC/f &tmPOPoIAdv
", ;3 at St. Edward's Catholic
''II'' li on Temple Ave. beside the
i haul
i ."! I II i Qu,' chicken dinners will be w,( : Mona Alderman Canova
"''I I beginning! at 11 a.m. Among
i leatured booths will be home Commissioner

!h' H alts t>cream, white, l/akecl elephant goodies items arts District 4 ...*.....*...........,...-.-.**--..-...... ..........**....**.*****-*.-...******.**.1

i 'in,my games prizes and sup..iseI I

i(IK dunking booth will feature as "The Right Choice" I
', "ci.il targets some local
i I.< 111' rhea such us Police Chief Jim-
"I I H.II1c1alllllton.'! Winn Dixie During my campaign I have met hundreds of

..n., igor!: voters and listened to your desires of representation. -
1-Mwities will' conclude after all
/! are awarded, about 7 p.m. I pledge to you my best in seeking ways to
I I. '....I' f'huirnian Bobbie Moore '
meet these needs and to make them known. Now
H, .nil. cos good food and much fun
ill' its time for you to select the candidate you feel 7J/

SIDEWALK SALE FRI. A SAT. will best serve your district and county for the ,
next four years. As a retired employee of AT&T I
I iMflit'rs Commissioned
I have that time! sI
1 ni 21, teachers of
ttethgunisSe kidiicatipn Classes On September 30th make your choice known. ... --.......
r i 'onimissinned during Mass. v-
i ,iihor Joseph (Finlay Pastor, 0"'1;.., .
uiki'il,\ i hose who are assisting with "
M-S lie presented New Testa- '
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ii' I looks to the teachers: Debbie t ,"",,,r
MHi.iuyhton" ( CUD Coordinator Vote For X Joe RiddickI 1r' pr tk ",
i .UK! Mary Ann Baglier Shelley
,in, hose, Zita Shuford, Sallye ...nor!.. .
punts! Peg Trimble and John 1
I I.,.. sky I Appreciate Your Vote and Support 4 '.'
!-,e, are held every Sunday
"ring' irom 8:45: until 9:45.: Pd Pol Adv Thank Joe Riddick 'fJ 1


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Club Meets Painting on Display hints ..01101| | xepi-t.ililo.s a- well .is
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IIIJ4! it| siin CommunityNews
; l h'It..,. There was a meeting of the At G'ville Guild I'eimlisuit
[ Sue 1).1\I... Il.i.v, IM.inii Sht' .-,.\s' h"l') '
''; Kivei land Music Club on Thursday, Faith, W. Munson will be the Of- 4iinlinp| short (In-, mlluemr olWinslnw
September 11 the home of Mrs
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Schedule.., Homer
r..it Virginia Crews. I lobes' ,mist ot (the month at the Muko ll.in.ik and
IU-v Andy Crews! announces! that A special education project for the Gamesvlll.Aitisanti; Guild lit 11011 W. Knlieil Mt'('Iuskl'y.: '
the service schedule lor Hrookor The Allen Green family of University Ave. intlil liniiisiii'< tlClIlI i Kin.in, iiillil
discussed which consisted
year wad
4 Hillth.t| Church is us follows: Sun- Wildwood was Saturday guest of his ol lour lessons to be taught by Mrs. Faith is a graduate( ol Smith Col .',.::111/ |11.1 in Moiiil.i.x, Iliiiiiii.'hS.iliii'l.i-. .
I lay School at '!9:4r: >ii.m., morning mother, Mrs. Mildred Green. Dene Ward for $10.The fee is to help loge( Northampton, Mass., and The deadline for the Baby Contest
worship 11 a.m., Church training' pay for materials used and as a ,ravened her M. Kit lions the VOTE for BILL ALDERMAN will be on Sunday, Sept. 28 atI\
x at 0 I p.m., ev'ningol'ship at 7 p.m., Mrs. Vivian Parker is home donation to the Kiverland Music tin iveI'sity of Florida. She also MIL All members are asked to t
r-./" and liihlu hludy each Wednesday recouperaling from eye surgery last Club. llIdl",1| | | uri m London law a >'eai. /2 PRICE SALE cooperalewith this activity We are
fveniiiK attend. The public is Invited Wednesdays The Club! sponsors a voice scholarship Faith's background\ ( rrllcrls" her working to make this a successful' al ,
\ to any and all services. lor Ms. Allison Pillion ol ail I inlcicsls She was( in the Alt On SelectionOf fair. '
llomecominK Is scheduled For October Jason Andrews Alachua, who is a freshman at Isdutitun I li<|"I. .il Mcinoii.il All Gifts Fellowship of Churches will be
1 i' 12. An announcement' will be Celebrates 11th Birthday... Florida College in Tampa. <..,,11"1'\! HUI'III'Iot'I'! NY and she hm The Office Shop held Sunday, Sept. 28, at 3 p.m?at
in'holed al a later dale as to the full Jason Andrews of Graham The program for the evening wasa turn an mst'uelor" al the CliMuialKuril : 110 W. Call St. Ml. Calvary Baptist Church Rev A.
Homecoming program. celebrated his llth birthday with a sing-a-long ol old favorites led b.vKeltic : 'linicnt 1 Cooler, iimisilliM. Starke 964-5764 Jenkins, pastor. All members are
The Christian Fellowship Club! will goup of friends at this home last Fri- Mae Parrish and accompanied .. and al the iamcsvillf ASSDI. asked to participate in the activities
hold their monthly )luncheon Thurs day. on the piano !by Dene Ward 1111111111' (('ic.ilivi', Alls._
day, Sept. 25, in the dining room of The skies cleared after a heavy and Blanche Brown. -
he I church al noon. Bring a covered rain giving the birthday !boy a !breakas President, Mrs. Nell Mann announced
dish and join in the days activities. the group gathered al 5 p.m. to the District Federation ol
The group always enjoys singing play outdoor gilml'-r! .'Mr. and Mrs. Music Clubs will hold its annual luncheon
their favorite hymns alter lunch Larry Andrews joined heir son and meet ing utI the Thomas Centerin
friends in the evening activities, Including Gainesville on Wednesday, October VOTE
New Arrival... a raw egg'ti*>s, Mrs. Andrews 1 1. beginning: ul 10 A.M
I'.mifl.l Sue Thomas got the messy'tiat'uls when the The Club will hold a !bake sale on
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Thomas announce egg burst as she caught it. Idea is lo Saturday October 11, at GI''I'II'Stm' .
the birth 01'It daughter, loss a raw egg between iwo peopleas (' in Brooker, beginning al 9
Pamela Sue, born Sept 18 in they !back further apart. A.M. until noon. Also, the second edition
Alachua G'lIcraIIlOlpihl Those attenJutg'the cookout and ol the Kivcrland Music Club
Pamela Sue weighed in at 8 Ibs. 12 birthday party included Jace Cookbook will boon sale. :: :'.: ._'-'" "'-'-. : _::.: .':. -.": .. ', .. :. : :: -'..'
o/. Mother and daugtl.er: are doing Pierce, Jeanette and Di'ijrus Fairchild -
l line Pamela Sue joins a .brother, Shon Thonipsou. Mitchel
Chad. Jiiiney, Pam Bryan jf Corina Yt Price Sale When the'Verb is Educate, i
Sunnier, Erie Mason JcIfliiT| M Gospel Sing.... .lire and Justin' Kendrick Gifts and the Object is
Mrs Edna Ilarrell was the The Office Shop
weekend ol guest of the Loimie 110 W. Call St. a Better Future for Youth
Dobbs in Gainesville. Sunday the VOTE for BILL AL AN our ,
Dobbs and Mrs !Ha.'rell were joined 964-5764
!by Mr. and Mrs. KA>'nioml Dobbs the Subject is
for a journey down to Citra and an *
old-fashioned gospel sing.
Singers from Alabama! Georgiaand /
Florieda were on the program
sponsored by the Full Fellowship FREE CONCERTFeaturing
Gospel Church of Citra. It was
reported th singers could !be hoard *
quite a distance as the sing was held DURBAN
outdoors in a pine grove near the
church. A large crowd gethered forthe Band
, music and to enjoy an outdoor Stalnecker
Bar-B-Q with all the trimmings
Personals... *
Mrs. Alma Croft of Darby! spent

several days last week with Sue WHERE: Bradford High School Auditorium IM...,. .... Or."..,.... u. ",..(
Davis. While in town.II'S.! Croft . .
visited WHEN: Thursday Night September 25th -
tll'vel'all'riends and relatives. .. .
Wilbur Fegal of Monticello visited TIME: 7:30 p.m.
Mrs. Davis Tuesday afternoon

1 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Prevail of
Clermont visited Iriends and
Toured with "CARMEN" in 1985!
relatives in the area Saturday Mrs
Prevatt is the daughter of Mrs VOTEr
Lydia Crosby

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"Flowers for All Occasions" Seeber Goodman &'Personnel FURNITURE "When You Care Enough
' U.S. 301 South 1011 N. I Avenue' Kim & to Send the Very Best
'I Temple years ago a young woman strug II you mean families in which the mates Johnson Near Bradford Sq Shopping Center
, 964-7954 964-5899 gling with her marriage and the demands of and children have never wanted to change 964-8776
family life asked me, "Do you really think each other make each other over and felt at
! POWELL'S BOWEN there are any good' marriages and healthy times like hurting one another, no I know of DEWITT C. JONES FLORILAND
, families
today no good marriages and families
: DAIRY FREEZE PEST CONTROL After more than three decades counseling But If you mean by GOOD FAMILIES that FUNERAL HOME REALTY
",Home of the Footlong Steak" "Draw Nigh to God ;ruHe people with marriage and family problemsthere are creative tensions heartaches that Distinguished Caring Service Worship at the Church
':,, and being married 30 years-I I have some bring them closer, disagreements that are for Over 50 Years of Your Choice This Week
I 1212 N. Temple Will Draw Nigh to You".Juries:. 4:8: observations if not conclusions realistically dealt with; yes. I know ot many. Steve & Cindy Futch & Staff J.D. Jr & Vernie P Odom
\ 964BS67BRADFORD 964-5281 '.! If you mean by GOOD MARRIAGES and If you mean by GOOD FAMILIES those who 514 E. Nona 964-6200-Keystone 473-3176 39j N. Temple Ave. 964-7700
f FAMILIES that there are no cross words disagreements are pulling together In the same direction
I TITLE DIMPLE' and verbal fights; no. I don't without losing Individuality and willing to COMMISSARYFOOD
I L know of any, allow each other to develop their own special B & M STARTER .
a j & ABSTRACT STYLE SR" If you mean families In which there are no gifts even though risks are Involved: yes I & GENERATOR STORE
I misgivings (at times) about having married know of many
Dimple I Overstreet Staff "The Price Is
I "We encourage you to worship ; each other about having had children, or Ccpyf igm(SM Ktttw WH''....N_p4r s.rv CM 238 E. Washington Street Right"
i this week & every week 117 S. Thompson eel wanting to run from it all; no. I know of none. PO Box BOOS CiwKtMttv'''' VA 22908 State Road 225 at US 301 awteyI
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964-6881 964-5780 .u..U.'od.'T..m .8 Dl' SorwlyMIV 782- 01 7



DODGE, INC. "Serving You First" n j '" We Rebuild Starters, Superior Quality Homes
"We're Committed to Serving You" 441 W. Madison Street Alternators & Generators at Affordable Prices
U.S. 301 South Auto Marine Cycle Batteries
964-60(1 96..5237 or 964-6313 ,1,1,11.? 407 N. Temple 964-7911 Hwy. 301 South 964-6633

SEAFOOD FIBERGLASS WORKS :>47:1\ ? DRYWALL & fiJ" Sl.iU It.n.k t;, .

The Best Seafood !In Town "We Encourago You to Attend f s; i iPLASTERING: INC. ..I.Sl.irki.
236 S. I Ave Worship Services at the Church "Your Complete Dry Wall, Plastering Starke s Only Home Owned
Temple of fuc-rllIY & Needs"
Your Choice" Stuccoing Independent Bank
964-5685 I..uluh Hwy. 16 Starke 964-5517
US 301 North 964-5531 111 S. Walnut 964-7830
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"Your Family Hair Care Center" Officers Directors ( Thur..rlu "24 Hour Wrecker Service" Management & Staff

114 N. Walnut Street r'v l..uluh 987 N. Temple Avenue Hwy 301 North
964-8113 & Staff 1'i1I.ll' : 964-6111 964.7500

Chastain's Jewelry' NAPA AUTO '(:';aloe! BEAUTIQUE CORBETT'S

& Gift Gallery PARTS STORE H.7.1b Costume Jewelry, Cosmetics & TIRES & SERVICE
SII1I1I'rI.\ Fragrances for Men & Women Complete Tire Shop
Bibles, Gifts & Jewlery "All the Right Parts Ri'.ea Across from Bradford Square & Auto Repairs
104 W. Call Street In All the Rlght.Places" r 11:1.11 417C Edwards Road 402 N. Temple Hwy 301 N.

964-7271 I 45 .W. Brownlee Rd.' 964-6060 t p 964-4077 964-6436


LODGE ", '\ }1GJt7llfl SALES Restaurant PARTS CENTER CO.PD. & Equipment

This \Week and Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine Auto Parts LJ./ .' r' "Spend A j 9f :worshiP Complete "Quality Work for Less1State
at ttte'Church; of
Not A 9847600'J)"I your Choice" 1900 N. Temple Avenue & Auto Paint Road 100 South (Across from Norman's Market)

Hwy. 301 N. 1011 N. Temple :.. 964-6461 964-7681 660 N. Walnut St. 964-5644 964-5263 964-7434


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.7.77 Every Pair Every Day "Love Is Good For You" From All of Us at Western Steer Catfish Johnson & Employees CORP. I
Open 6 Days We encourage you to '
925A N. Temple Avenue U.S. 301 South 107 E. Call Street
worship at your church every week Mark Mullins & Employees I
4178 Edward Road 984-4071 9S4-4582 964-8061 964-4S24

FAMILY HAIR &Lou Blueberry I Ann's Azalea Farm This feature is made possible by the APPLIANCE HOMETOWNDESIGNERS RENTAL TV & ANDREWS

All Nature Slnas of Jesus above finns who are 100 % interested OP b I AHKi:
Precision Hair Cutting located off 100 southtowarda "Don't Get the Runaround Ervln Andrews
for the Entire Family Keystone lake right on Hlh in this community. Rent at Hometown" .
870 NW McMahon St 964-7303 Street,follow signs 9S4-71V9.!! 617 N. Temple 364-6424 964 7170


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See how easy shopping can be. All Eckerd Starke Elem.

stores celebrate our remodeled stores with a ', NewsPTA


-w._ Open HouseA .
t Big Success
S.E.S.held an open house Tuesday
t, : night, Sept. 16, at 7:30: p.m.
'.. Open house began with a welcome
1 from PTA president Chuck Walker,
and encouragement to parents and
friends to become an active part of
t_ the PTA. As a result, over 100 new
V Y members joined the PTA. New
members were placed on the PTA
tree, with a leaf, symbolizing each
new member or family. Thanks to
H Betty Hildebrand for making the
PTA membership tree.
Open House also included infor-
mation concerning the PTA cookie
sale, the PTA strorage building, and
information about parent awarenessof
..\\1';: ,I the dangers of"crack" cocaine.
Finally, Mr McLeod Introducedall
", staff members, PTA officers,and
LSAC members. Parents were then
'dismissed to visit their child's
teacher for the 86-87 school year.

NASA Specialist...

Mr. Les Gold an educational
specialist for NASA, visited Starke
r'4i,4r' ,,1 Elem., Wednesday, Sept. 17. He
presented an interesting program
concerning the NASA space program
..; to 4th and 5th graders in the
school cafeteria.
I Mr. Gold displayed and
demonstrated a variety of space
equipment, and showed a video

AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE about then the visited NASA space classrooms program.and He

answered questions of interest to
students A big THANK YOU from
2.99 1.99 1.99 the students and staff to Mr.Gold for

99 an outstanding program.

McClelland 4th Gr...

We welcome Hodges Towns, TerrI
Griffis and Guinnevere Adams to
.., our classroom.

:;. .. Spelling Stars-3rd week- Charlotte
Griffin Gunter,
Penny Judy
10:1'1",.Uih'111i -\ ..... Hankerson, Alicia Luther, Susan
IAaI ..: ( Morris Malena Roberts, Paige
AlMAY Smith, Eric Cowart, Brian Johns,
Elton Miller, and Casey Roberts.

..... ry E .Y Jetstone's 5th Gr...
Waterproof jJ JI
Mascara r The students are really enjoyingour
Commodore 64 computer. We
s use it daily and are learning com-
puter care and general rules. The

.fie rLI A a.t students played Target Math Math
Bid, and the Homonym Machine this
i> { week.
Our class won for most attendanceat
.-_..- 1" 'f( .1 Open House. We had twenty
parents tw visit They enjoyed watching
the students play Target Mathon
Almay L'Oreal mascara. Choose l'Oreal Aqua-fresh toothpaste 8.2-oz. pump. Price Pepsi-Cola products 2-liter. ChOOSe ECKERD long life batteries. 'AA' 4-pack the computer.
French Formula or Miracle Wear or Almay's reflects label offer Limit 2 Pepsi-Free, Diet Pepsi and more. Compare to Eveready,
mascara, including One Coat and more. I limit Chapman's 3rd Grade...
We would like to thank our parents
Turn .list into who visited with us during Open
one-stop shopping '
your worn House most We attendance"were so excited. when we

,, ucti*' Super Star Spellers were
ANUR&V r* !! .; : Rebeckah Gann, Jamie Israel
AV7Rfw %... .
.J.- .' >: .. ., ...,;,5-;.; t!;! : Casey Jackson Melissa McLeod,
MOA : '
H! w' \ and Bobby Williams
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99 5 97 600/0 Rt.'all!!.,actu..r'Price 8S 250/0 Price!,rcr this Elementary This column news are column School.as follows is The from writers: Michelle Lawtey of

dod" Nails all colors. Pack of 16. Metamucll regular or strawberry Special Boxed Christmas Cards sic Mini disposable lighters Entire Stock No Nonsense hosiery. Konkel, 2nd grade; Erin Wilkinson,
Includes adhesive. Reg. 1.89 14-oz. or sugar-free 74-oz regular or Reg. 4.50 to 1400 2-pack, Reg. 1.09 Choice of shades and styles.7.5oz 6th grade; Wendy Cowie 6th grade;
orange. Reg. 1.49 to 4.32 Taisir El-Souessi 6th grade; Metina
Smith, 7th grade; Joey Shuford, 7th

jj11 ri : I r' t4j grade.With the help of their teacher
Mrs. Phyllis Rother, they will collect
information about their school for
; ; you to read.
Cub Scoutsby

;Michelle Konkel
Scouting roundup was held Sept.
...:tII/L/ 11 Lawtey is trying to start a Ci-b
Scout Pack of their own. On Round
Up night they were able to recruit
7.77 1.69 4,97 99 1.77 scouts.two Den Leaders and two new cub

Multi-position lounger. Adjusts to Brut 33 5-oz. antt-perspirarit spray or Posture Calcium regular or Andes candies Creme De Menthe Dak Danish ham 1-lb. tin More leaders are needed so the
several positions. Various patterns deodorant spray, regular or powder with D 600-mg 60 + 15 tablets free. or Ting-a-LIng crunch 6-oz, or pack can be chartered. If you are In-
and colors. Reg. 9.99 Bonus size Peanut Parfait 75-oz. Reg 149 terested in helping call George
Konkel 782-3202.

We've I Space Erin Programby WilkinsonOn

September 17,Lawtey E' men-
I tary had a space program.
remodeled Mr. Les Gold came to the school
and told grades 3-7 some things
TRUE BLUE about NASA and the space program.
Come in to our store in the Mr. Gold told us at'out the
Bradford Shopping Trust Eckerd's System 2 for astronauts! and how they sur" '- land
live for periods of time in i..-ce. He
Center in Starke. You'll see twice the prints and quality also told us about the new kinds of
photo processingBecause transportation that the people of
how easy shopping can be. 2.29 6.99 2.79 memories2pack NASA are working on. Mr. Gold toldus
your how NASA communicates with
Maxell blank audio tape 10' x 17' Hibachi grill. Cast Deep Woods OFFI pump the astronauts In It was
90-mlnute Quality high Iron body. Great for picnics. 35oz. or spray 6-oz. only happen once. interesting space. very
grade tape. Reg. 2.99 Reg. 9.99 Reg. 3.49

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Schick disposable ., << ""i Maalox antacid Palmolive Kenneth DeWitt
shavers 5-pack.. 5S. or conditioner "..' J r I
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15-oz. -oz. liquid ? MaItnr.dishwasher r Arrives In W. Germany
Without 99" 1
coupon 1 2.49 .
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Good thru 9/27/86 I 9/27/86 Good thru 9/27/86 '. "" Good thru 9/27/84 Limit 4 Atmy Pvt. Kenneth R, OeWitt.
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1 Coupon must / h E Coupon must 1 Coupon must :' .._,.' | Coupon must e r..l'11'1 I Jr., son of Jo A. Grit f is and stepson
accompany .. Raymond N. Griltis of Starke has
1 purchase g hnp.wnx, I accompanypurchase |. accompany purchaseECKERD' e!:;.-.""""",, 4.r ""0iIII I purchase accompany "'. I I arrived/ for duty/ with the 3rd Ar-

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L'Oreal free hold I Stayfree silhouettes ., fabric softener 4 1 Entire Stock ..tJ..' .LiL,; ); I II Force Sgt. Dolores Acevedo
mousse 5-oz ,. J thin or maId 26-pack 1 40-sheets, Limit 4 .. .."' ". Kbrdtte hash bags. I Jr son ot Dolores & Virginia
Without 1.99 /. I Without coupon 2.99 Without coupon 2.19' I Good thru 9/27/86 ; Acevedo of Bristol PA, has arrived
Good thru coupon 9/27/86 j t} .. I Good thru 9/27/86". Good thru 9/27/86 s I Coupon must m. I for duty with the 325th Supply
Coupon must 1 Coupon must t .:' 11 I Coupon mustaccompany. ::. accompany Squadron, Tyndall Air Force Base,
I accompany Y I accompany l1L! p. I purchase I Kfa,
I Acevedo IS> an inventory
purchase :.. ",, purchase purchase manage-
. ment tipccialist.
His wife, Rita, h the daughter of
I MONEY Sale prices good thru Saturday, September 27th. See the Yellow Vernon W, Grilfis of Lawtey.

SELL Blrsi ORDERS Pages for the Eckerd nearest you. We reserve the right to limit quantities. L..ElJ: .


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NOTICE i I. hereby glv.n tint on Mon ---.-- ; : : .r. ,
day September 29, 1986, at 1000: NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION t-;
o'clock A.M., the undersigned Gator The administration of the estate of CALL FOR BIDS
Frelghtwoys, Inc., will tell RUBY STOKES, deceased File Number The Town of I
at public auction 86. Brooker, Brooker, Florida y;
for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jackson- for Bradford ending In the Circuit Court will accept sealed bids on a 1952 Auto ,
vllle, Flo., one lot of drum degreaser, Division the County, Florida: Probate Car, (3 ton truck used as a tanker by the ..
consigned to InterpoleCorp., Ft. Louder- ford address of which Is Brad Fire Department). To Inspect truck call ,' "
dale, Flo., and on. lot of wall heater County Courthouse Starke, Florida CJ. Slalnaker at 904-489-1019 to make
contlgned to Crystal Home, Miami. Flo., 32091. The names and addresses of the on appointment. Sealed bids should be "r
to satisfy freight and storage charges, personal representative and the personal on the Auto Car as Is. Bids will be opened ,
und.r the provisions of Section 4b( ) of forth below representative's attorney are set at the council meeting on October 14,
Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. AUlnt.re.t.d 1986, and should be received no later
Gator Frelghtwoyi, Inc.,Carrier file with this persons are required to than 7.30: p.m. on October 14, 1986.Mail
court, WITHIN
Pro U-775940dtd THREE MON. bids to Town of
Brooker, Florida
03.832976 32622. The Town of
NOTICE: ((1)I) all claims against the estateand
9/18 2tchg 9/25 Brooker reserves the right to accept or
-. any by an Interested reject any and all bids
U person on whom this notice was served Linda Robinson .
NOTICE OF INTENTION that challenges the
validity of the will, Clerk to Council L
TO REGISTER the qualifications of the personal ,
FICTITIOUS NAME representative, venue, or jurisdiction of 9/251tchg
Pursuant to Section 865.09,, Florida the court. ,
Statutes, notice It hereby given that the ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
undersigned, Dorothy H. Brown, Rt. 2, FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. PUBLIC HEARINGThe
Box 335, Stark., sole Publication Council of The Town of Brooker, 'Jr.
owner,, doing of this Notice has begunon Brooker Florida y =
business' under the firm name of S/W September 18, 1986.Personal. Ordinance will consider second
Discount Auto Part., Rt. 2, Bale 335, Representative number 8606 upon
: .
reading at 7:30 October 1...
Starke, Intends to register said fictitious JEWELL KEEDWELL : p m. on 1986 ,
In Town Hall.
Ordinance number 8606 it
name under the aforesaid
day September A.D. BROOKER, FLORIDA
1986 In Bradford County. Attorney for Personal OF TOWN CLERK AND TOWN
9/1B 4tchg 10/9 Dudley P. Hardy, P. A. : MARSHAL; PROVIDING FOR THE APPOINTMENT 11'h. ?iF
P.O. Drawer 1030 OF PERSONS TO SUCH OF. // V-
: Estate of Notice Is hereby given that sealed bids REPLACEMENTS; PROVIDING FOR IMPLEMENTATION -
WILLARD EDWIN WYNN, will be received by the City of Starke for ; AND PROVIDING AN
Deceased one ((1)) 13.8KV Grounding Transformer. EFFECTIVE DATE.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Bids will be received at the City Hall, City Linda Robinson
. The nrfmlnUtrntinn, of he estate of of Stark. until 1:30: p.m. Tuesday, October Clerk to Council
WILLARD EDWIN WYNN Deceased, HI. 7, 1986 for furnishing the equipment 9/2Sllchg
No.: 86-77-CP ((1.3760)), Is pending In the described In the Contract
Circuit Court for Biodford County, Documents Proposals will then and
Florida, Probate Division, the address of there be opened and publicly r.ad
which I. Bradford County Courthouse aloud. Contract Documents may be examined IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
Starke, Florida 32091. and obtained at the office of BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
The names and addresses of the personal W.M. Weldon, City of Starke City Hall, PROBATE DIVISION
representative and the personal P.O. Drawer C, Starke, FL 32091. File Number Division 86-67-CP 1.3736 Telephone Rentals: Your ticketto
representative's 10/2
attorney are set forth 9/252tchg IN RE: ESTATE OF
below "-- .- DELL D, SMITH full
All Interested persons are required to NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Deceased / service.Rent .
file with this Court, WITHIN THREE MON. Notice Is hereby given that I I. Dolph E. NOTICE OF
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Reddish, as sheriff of Bradford County, administration ADMINISTRATIONThe of the estate of a phone from Centel, and you don't pay a cent for parts or labor.
NOTICE' : ((1)) a" claims Florida, under and If
against the of
estate by virtue Writ of
DELL D. SMITH, deceased File Number something goes wrong,just bring in.
and ((2)) any objection by on Interested Execution, to-wlt: your phone Well fix it free.
person to whom notice was mailed that Execution Issued out of County Court for 86.67.CP BRADFORD, Is pending County In the Florida Circuit, Probate Court Or if you'd rather well make housecalls for a nominal fee.The cost to

challenges qualifications the validity of the will the of Levy County, Florida pursuant to a Division, the address of which Is Bradford rent is minimal, too. Just $3.50 a month rents a new Touch-Call phone.
of the
personal representative Final Judgement for Levy County State
County Courthouse, North Temple And any services necessary to keep it ringing true.
venue or jurisdiction of the Bank of Bronson, Florida, and against Avenue, Stark., Florida. The names and
Court. Charles P. Graham, defendant, in the address of the personal representativeand Telephone rentals. It's just one of the ways Centel keeps you well-

SO ALL FILED CLAIMS WILL BE AND FOREVER OBJECTIONS BARRED.NOT of amount collection.of $3,467.57 together with costs the personal representative's attorney connected.Tb get the ticket to full service, call your Centel Service
are set forth below.
Publication of this Notice has begunon Have seized' and have In my possession All interested Representative.
persons are required to
September 18, 1986. the following described personal file with this court, WITHIN THREE MON.
Attorney for Personal Representative: property to.wit: THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS I.eusc fee for certain, modcli,
cotvn premix n\ils
JOHNNY R. HOBBS, JR. 12-foot Aristocom Satellite Dish | nt no additional iliurgc.
NOTICE: (I) all claims against the estate
Green. S Hobbs P.A.P.O. As the property of the above named and ((2)) any objection by an Interested
Drawer 938 defendant and that the 20th
on Monday person on whom this notice was served
Starke Florida 32091 day of October. 1986 at two o'clock on that challenges the validity of the will,
((904)) 964.5700 sold day on the premises of the Bradford the qualifications of the personal
JOHNNY R. HOBBS, JR.P.rsonalRepresentative. County Jail, I will offer for sale and sell representative, venue, or jurisdiction of
to the highest bidder for cash In hand, the court.
: the above described property of said ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
DIANE W. HODGE defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Execution. FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Route 1, Box
Publication of this Notice has begunon
Storke, FL 32091 Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff 9.25.86.
DIANE W. HODGE Bradford County, Florida Personal Representative:
9/182tchg9/25 9/25 4tchg 10/16 Herbs R. Ellington, Sr.
--...------ ..--------- P.O. Box 257
BROOKER BUDGETA Lake Butler, Florida 32054
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR summary of the Budget for the fiscal Attorney for Personal Representative:

,.-- "." or BRADFORD;. .. COUNTY, FLORIDA year 1986.87 is available, at the office of EUGENE F. SHAW .. .. CENTEL ::
91'1"! t .! u1 PROBATE DIVISION the clerk Town of Brooker Breaker, 925.E North Temple Avenue, Starke FL' .,
File Number 86 81-CP Florida. 32091
IN RE: ESTATE OF Linda Robinson Telephone: ((904)) 964.5200
RUBY STOKES Clerk to Council 9/251tchg
Deceased Where people connect.
9/25 ----
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No reported personal farm revenue for 10 Operates a cattle farm in Jefferson County

years. Yet claims to be a farmer. that produces revenue.

Voted against dropout prevention act to Believes children are our future! Supports

keep kids in school. keeping kids in school. Crime resource of-

ficers program. Believes answer to crime

problem rest in education and stronger


Voted to take away governor's. authority to Supports even stronger legislation involving

sign death warrants. : death penalty; too much time between

sentencing and execution.


Co-sponsored bill to permit politicians to Thinks this type of legislation leads to

receive gifts without reporting them. bribery and all officials should be strictly

\ held to reporting all gifts. ,.

Received over 80% of his campaign funding Campaign funding from individuals and

from liquor, gambling, and utilities lobbyist educational groups.

and special interest groups.

Tallahassee Democrat/Wed. Sept 17 1986

Lake City Reporter Fri. A ug. 29, 1986

Yet our recommendation of Holllngiworth does not Opponent Doug Nichols Tallahassee is Impressive.
come withoul some reservation Despite being repeated Infact, so impressive, we were tempted to recommend
ly returned to Tallahassee u our state representative, he both Hollingsworlh and Nichols. His record as a ,
has shown less-than-remarkabls results. We lee no Han 10-year Leon County commissioner Is one of accomplishment
ding monument to his deeds. We continue to see a and Innovation.
desperate need for leadership here at home.We wonder
after a dozen years why Hollingsworlh has no earthshaking .
legislation to his credit and he docs not sit with Nichols Is honest, articulate, well-Informed If you're a Democrat and want to nominate someone
ro the Legislature's leadership. And we hear worrisome dent and a leader In his community. He would who would effectively represent you-whether you live In
reports that our'senate rep plays a lot of hooky during proven Tallah.... City or anywhere else In the
be an outstanding state senator. districtla ve
the session 10-counly for Doug Nichols Sept. 30.

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ot11 1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employees and their III
Immediate families are welcome to enter, but there Is Prizes of I
a limit of one entry per person each week. Weekly ill

2)) The entry must be on an official blank from the $25 hi
a TELEGRAPH and must be dropped off at the
TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Friday after
I h noon. Fill In all the'blanks" with either the name of the III
0 team you think wlll win or "tie" If you think the game Iii
III will end in a tie. The person who picks the most II

Iii 0 games right will win the top prize. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY!
3)) In case of ties we will use the total points scored
In the Bradford High School game each week (except Lake Butler Stark Keystone Hgts.
the Tornadoes open week) as a tiebreaker. Please fill SW.6th Ave. US 301 South Jet SR 21 & 100
in the points you think will be scored by the Tornadoes 496.3079 964-6078 473-4973
: and their opponent combined In the Son Franclsrn" vs Miami r
tiebreaker blank. For Instance If the score in the TorEverything You Need

nado game was Tornadoes 19, Opponents 7, the car in Building Supplies,
rect score was 26 points.
ae Paint & Tools U
All decisions of the final. A second
4)) Judges are
3 Locations to Serve You I
y tiebreaker will be used If necessary.

e Pittsburgh vs Houston HURST owner
()J1B9S/ FL 32091
Norton Telecommunications A Winner


The Horns Office Business BAR-B-Q
LA Rams vs Philadelphia O
904-964-4980 Buffalo, 533-2000 SERVICE 964-6111
city v
Phone 964-8840 230 N.Temple Ave. Starke FL

PN1c BRYAN'S Mitchell's Drug StoreSINCE WILLIAMS JEWELRYJewelry .
't'1 ACE HARDWARE 1905 Detroit vs Cleveland Starke, FL 32091 Watch
O "Old Fashioned Personal Service" Repair Family Owned and Operated Repair I
A eo
O0 Green Boy vs MinnesotaHeadquarters GENERIC DRUGS AVAILABLE 100 E.Call St. Bradford Square I
WORKERS' COMPENSATIONWE 964.7064 \.. t1 I I l II 964.8485Hrs
for '. Hrs Mon.-Sat.
ToyoStove :Mon -Fri. :
8.30-530: ': '
Kerosene Heaters
Russell Stover Candy Hallmark CardsS 'W .
& H Green Stamps e Soda Fountain >,,
964-4642 LoU

121 V.IU. :1 =- I 964-7810 I / ft ol F vi Mississippi Slot
1101 S. Walnut US 301 S. Next to Norman's Market

I "Best Place In Town ORIAN WELLS Chevy-Olds

Jones Funeral HomeJones I to Take a Leak" 3- Your Country Gator Auto Store
> _V The Working Man's Friend
Convalescent Services 11 umMr.OM M U.I..Ml .tHte. HorM. [ ]
.g Starke Radiator
Telephone K7MO ONnnrIIN 1724101 Jackson) tlt-tltl
OHO M ul >-f rtd ,Mil I I'M.Silw y III 4 r>* 1 I II
964-6200 Starke & Transmission. Inc


Oel 473-31 Keystone Hgts A/C Repair Valve Job Water PumpsCorner
Seattle vt Washington tnrnnne

Keystone Heights vi Clay High Ch .a s.fW:Cincinnati :_, .. ., f tO
US 301 &CR 1& 9604.I>B1-O.: I/erlN ? -r>+naR niR .r; WRf ) 41 Y

..rz.rvvRestaurant = 964-5069
Bradford Square Starke 964-5423
t Susan M. Faulkner, GRI CRB
See Jim for a Large Selectio REALTOR

I of Men's Suits II I .. RESIDENTIAL Ifi.:
pe 1900 N.Temple Ave to. Bonn Motel, I ev
E. i Hours,lun.FrI "->30':1 9 30 Sal 5 0 3D & Sportscoats I j .-R

AT A GREAT PRICE SNew FSU vs Michigan '
NY Jets vs Indionopollt 1
Orleans vs NY Clouts

Bryan's Ace HardwareChastain's


207 N. Temple Avenue Starke 9R.4-7"'f GAS & FOOD STORE

IMMEDIATE FINANCING Georgia, $. Carolina China RestaurantD 620 S. Walnut (US 301)) 964-8293

San Diego vt LA Raiders
Come See Alex Faulkner' Realty I

Terry or Ed r -
Today! -.. --lffJ Hurst Exxon Services l hi1iifb1 0t.

Jackson.Building' Supply

Or Jones Funeral Home \ : -"S\1>' Ql11dmsg: t.. ot7Mech.n
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tI1AMJcwclry&.Gift KOA Kampground ;" Repmr, M OS LEY TIRE CO. W r
'U.S! 301 SoUth -'Starke Muttler, Wore
Lawtey Shell r 964.6600

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Orian Wells Lake
Chevy-Olds .
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104 W Coll Street Mon 9 toe:Sat Mitchell's Drugs Qt a Ohio vs' C.. Michigan. rWrecgr
Downtown Stork* BHS V. W. Nassau 5."c.
Mosley Tire Co. Tuq

Norton Telecommunication
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d4 .. Pep-0 Food & GasSonny's "j: ,, ....

Starke Radiator
Oe YTARKE KOA KAMPGROUN 131 N. Cherry |nwt Starke, Florida ,o

FRED PAT OWNERS MCEL.ROV Stumps Department Store '1rAxA'Co1964'7423IenoiSgm9xe

Mocclenny vs Jacksonville Kenny US 301 South Terwillegar Motors fo '
1463: SO. WALNUT ST.
TELEPHONE Union County vs Trenton
BO4) 964 .404 8TARKC FLORIDA 32O9I tn jean ci'
Teal Tile Carpets _: .!_

Williams Jewelry .
Lawtey Shell/Ice Cream ChurnUS I MOTORS "I I

301 Lawtey, Florida W. Madison _
: : 964-7200 JQ


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-- apeekIfd-=there tnT->!he-- .. pt.sn.-f8.---.sth.r.--maybe
..fter..pts.ns."t"st.e.t.nthsd..s".r.sf.th.. Charity fish
assessed--.....--o --the-Treai.-esfca e--tf-fche-e ner-has-afcfeained-age
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL ."fcy-fve-ef-ts-fcekisUr-and-permanenfcir-dtsabte4-ema'-te-the-e ner-ia tourney to hook

AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON nefc-entitled-te-thc-nxemptten-provfciJed-tn-stibseetien-t }. $2,000 in prizesThe

NOVEMBER 4. 1986 fdt--By--\ erai--lavandsabjeefcfeeeendtfetvnispeetCtedfcheretnrtheex Lake Butler Rotary Club is
!' -she-be-knereseed-!e-a-leeek-el-the-leowing--am.eri sponsoring a charily fishing tournament -
ef--assessed--value--ef-reat-estafce-f-er-eaeh-ievy-ofcher-than-fchesc-ee be held Saturday Oct 25,
at Lake Palestine.The .
...... .ftt.r---t."t'---the..n.---.s..r.---w.th---r..p.et--ts--98 of
...... .aasesementsf-twenty-eive-fchansana'-a'otlars-with-reipeee-. tournament will give prizes
I 'GEORGE (i962-and-eaeh-year-thereaf: However, such Increase shall not cash and merchandise in excess of
FIRESTONE Secretary of State. of the apply with respect to any assessment roll until such roll Is firstdetermined $2,000 to the top 15 places in the aggregate -
State of Florida do hereby give notice that anelection to be in compliance with the provisions of section 4 by a catch category and will

will be held in each County in Florida state agency designated by general law. This subsection shall stand have a Big Bass division which couldgo
repealed on the effective date of any amendment to section 4 which as high as $500.
on November 4 1986 for the ratification or provides for the assessment of homestead property at a specified First place for most pounds

I rejection of proposed amendments to ,the percentage of its just value. :aught will be a trophy and $500 in

Constitution of the ,State of Florida \ cash and merchandise. Second is a
: 'f trophy and $350 in cash and mer
chandise. Third is a trophy and $200in
NO 1 idlfet By I general law and subject to conditions specified cash and merchandise.
therein, the Legislature may provide to renters, who are permanent Fourth place win net $150 in cash
residents, ad valorem tax relief on all ad valorem tax levies. Such and merchandise and fifth place will
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ad valorem tax relief shall be in the form' and amount established by
total $100 in cash and merchandiseFor ::
general \
ARTICLE IV SECTION 4 places 6 through 10, merchandise -
ARTICLE V SECTION 17 ,' ," ;,. ARTICLE XII prizes will be given. lace
SCHEDULESECTION will total $75, seventh and $50.
and 9th and 10th $25.
20. Application'' of homestead_ .mption.--The amendment tc Sid Rothe who is in charge of collecting -
ARTICLE IV Section 6 ot Article VII specifying- application ot the homestead donations for prizes, expects
EXECUTIVESECTION exemption with respect to one-half of the assessed value over $5,008 more to come in soon so the prizes
shall take effect January 1, 1987.., ? will probably be increased to the

4. Cabinet.-- .i first 15 places.
\ The Big Bass Pot will pay up to
(c.) There shall be a cabinet composed of a secretary of state, an $500 and will cost each boat $10 addi-
attorney general, a comptroller, a treasurer, a commissioner of AMENDMENT tional to enter '.$5 per person).
agriculture and a commissioner of education. In addition to the powers Entry fee for the tournament is $20
and duties specified herein, they shall exercise such powers and perform ARTICLE IV SECTION 10 and will entitle the participant to a
such duties as may b. prescribed by law. ARTICLE V SECTION 3 free fish fry dinner Saturday night.
Non participants will be charged
(b) The secretary of state shall keep the records of the official ARTICLE IV $3.50 for the dinner.
acts of the legislative and executive departments. EXECUTIVESECTION

( ) The shall chief officer.There Rules:
c attc hey general be the state legal shall
10. Attorney .n.ralThe general as
Is created In th."I.".. ot the attorney general the position, otewd.e attorney the justices Large mouth bass only will be accepted -
directed by general law request the opinion of o[ the
'A Drosecutor- The statewide prosecutor shal 1 have concurrentisdiction _supreme as Eo the validity ot any Initiative petition with an 8 fish aggregate limit
Ir with the state attorneys to prosecute vaccurrinq n circulated' pursuant to Section 3 of Article XI.The justices shall, per boat. Qualifying fish must be 12
w or having occurre n two' or more JLffi t asa subject: to their rules ot procedure permit Interested persons to be inches long from nose to tail tip.
of a related transaction, or when any such often. ,... affactina oras
heard on the questions presented and shall render their written Artificial lures only may be used,
bE .,,1vd Slat Cbe PfQVldj tfrY lfrft'frr' t- Lou opinion exp. tlou.ly.n" bait.
Th.. spa nted by.frhe, attorney.qtflyra __ from* no live
&to'r, ann'" nominated bv the :1 d| rlcyrn i na i no Two people is the maximum
ARTICLE V'- number allowed in one boat for the
commis court or as otherwise orov d d bv aenaral ',
law.. JUDICIARVSECTION tournament.The .
touney will begin at 6 a.m.
3. court.--
(Cd) The comptroller shall s.rv..s the chief fiscal officer of the Supreme and end at 2 p.m.. at the boat ramp on

state, and shall settle and approve accounts against the state. (a) ORGANIZATION.--The supreme court shall consist of seven Lake Palestine.
justices. Of the seven justices, each appellate district shall have One boat ramp only is availableso
(C.) The treasurer shall keep all state funds and securities. He at least one justice elected or appointed from the district to theo boats may be launched beginningat
shall disburse state funds only upon the order of the comptroller. Such supreme court who il a resident of the district at the time [ his 3 a.m. Boats will be inspectedbefore
order may be in any form and may require the disbursement of state funds original appointment or election. Five justices shall constitute a launch by order of arrival at
by electronic means or by means of a magnetic tape or any other transfer quorum. The concurrence of four justices shall be necessary to a the registration tent.
medium. decision When cusals for cause would prohibit the court from Contestants guilty of contest:: irregularities
convening because of the requirements of this section, judges will be disqualified.
Ill( ) The commissioner of agriculture shall have supervision of matters
to be substituted justices.
assigned temporary duty may final.
Decisisons of the judges are
pertaining to agriculture except as otherwise provided by law.
No boat may come in contact
Ib) JURISDICTION.--The courts
( supreme
(g) The commissioner of education shall supervise the public with any other boat during the

education system In the manner prescribed by law. (1)) Shall hear appeals from final judgments of trial courts tourney or both boats will be dis
imposing the death penalty and from decisions district courts ofJUDICIARY qualified
ARTICLE V appeal declaring invalid state statute or a provision of the state More complete rules will be
constitution. distributed at the registration on

Oct. 25.Lake.
SECTION 17. State attorneys. each judicial circuit a state (2)) When provided by general law, shall hear appeals from final
attorney shall be elected for a term of four years Except as otherwise judgments entered in proceedings for the validation of bonds or Palestine...
provided In this constitution, he shall be the prosecuting officer of all certificates of indebtedness and shall review action of statewide
trial courts in circuit and shall perform other duties prescribed by agencies relating to rates or service of utilities providing Lake Palestine is located approx-
general law; provided, however, when authorized by general law, the electric, gas, or telephone service. imately seven miles north of Lake
violations of all municipal ordinances may be prosecuted by municipal Butler on SR-231 (going toward
prosecutors. A state attorney shall be an elector of the state and ((3)) May review any decision-oC dlstrlvc court of appeal that Olustee). Head toward Lake City on
reside I la the territorial jurisdiction of, the circuit. He shall be and expressly declares valid a state statute, or that expressly construes SR-100 from Lake Butler and turn

have been a member of the bar of Florida for preceding five years a provision of the state or federal constitution, or that expressly right on SR-231. The lake is on the
He shall devote full time to his duties, and he shall not engage In the affects .,4 class of constitutional or state officers, or that
pwyq. l.ji-piivate practice ot law. State attorneys sha U ,.,appoint'such assistant'state .pr..lf"and dlrectly'conflicts with a decision of another district left.Lake Palestine is one of the most
,' attorneys as may be \Jt'horh.c blaw..\ court of appeal or of the supreme court on the same question of law. remote and beautiful lakes in

Florida. It is completely
( ) review any decision of a of .
itettoctbeauof public undeveloped around the
passes upon
NO. 2 a question certified by great and
and bass is usually good
Importance, or that Is certified by it to be in direct conflict withCONSTITUTIONAL
a decision of another district court of appeal. at times excellent
AMENDMENT For registration forms conta.tLake
((51 May review any order or judgment of a trial court certified Butler merchants or Rotary
ARTICLE X SECTION 15 by the district court of appeal in which an appeal is pending to be Club members. Mike Clemons is
of great public Importance, or to have agreat, effect on the properSECTIONi5.CASINOOAMBUNQAUTHORIZED tournament chairman he can be
administration of justice throughout the state, and certified to
reached at ((904)) 4963840.
require immediate resolution by the. supreme. court.

(a) The conduct and operation of casino gambling Is
( May review a question of law certified by the Supreme Court
thorised as hereinafter provided. of the United States or a United States Court of Appeals which is DuPont

(b) Casino gambling shall be permitted only In a county precedent determinative of the of supreme the cause court of and Florida.for which there is no controlling herbicidal sponsors tour

where the electors of the county, pursuant to an I initiative -
referendumhaveauthorizedthecorlductandoperation (7.) May issue writs of prohibition to courts and all writs DuPont Agrichemicals is sponsor-
necessary to the complete exercise of its jurisdiction. ing a herbicidal tours in High Spr-
of casino I gambling. Said I initiative referendum (1'18 limit ings on Tuesday, Sept. 30.

the conduct and operation of casino gambling to geographic iB) May issue writs of mandamus and quo warranto to state The tour will leave I from I"annyBrown's
U.S. 441 east
![ and state agencies. Restaurant on
areas within the county. Nothing shall preclude at 9 a.m. and should end by 4 p.m.

the electors of a county from establishing additional geographic (9) May, or any justice may Issue writs of habeas corpus The tour will meet at the
refer returnable before the supreme court or any justice* a district court restaurant at 8:30: a.m. for pastry
areas for' casino gambling by subsequent of appeal or any judge thereof, onany circuit judge. and coffee ((454-2721). From 9-9:40:

enda. a.m. the 7-year growth study plots alVI"
(101) Shall when requested oy the attorney general pursuant to
will be examined.
(c) In any county where casino gambling:' has been approved the provisions of-Section- of Article IV, render an advisory From 10-10:20: a.m. 40 acres ol

as provided in subsection (b) above, such casino opinion of the justices, a addressing Issues aa provided by general Longleaf Pine will be examined

gambling. shall only be conducted and operated at hotels -law.. From 10:30-11: :30 a.m. 4 stops will bf

CLERK AND MARSHAL.--The court shall appoint a clerk made on Loncala Phosphate property
(c) supreme
with 500 or more sleeping units which have been I licensed I and a marshal who shall hold office during the pleasure of the court and a demonstration ol the

by state authority enacted pursuant subsection (e) be and perform such duties as the court directs. Their compensation "Velpar" L ground sprayer.
shall be fixed by general law. Th. marshal shall have the power to 12-1 p.m. barbecue lunch at
low. execute the process of the court throughout tlio, state, and in any Waters Pond. 15-2:30: : Pine release

(d) The types of gambling permitted In a casino shall be county may deputize the .sheriff or a deputy sheriff for such purpose. with Omni Pronone and demonstration ol
the ground applicator
baccarat blackjack or twenty-one craps, keno poker,
2:45-3:15 p.m. 1 stop on Loncali
roulette, french roulette and slot machines.Other types of NO. 5 Phosphate property and demonstra
authorized lion of the V-blade planter 3:3)3:4p ( : ;
gambling permitted in a casino may be by
AMI'NDMENT; .m. $118 turn key site preparation
generallaw. CONSTITUTIONAL Approx. 4 p.m. return to j Kami.,
session following ARTICLE X SECTION 15 Brown's
((9)) Within'the legislative immediately For more information call l',

the adoption, of this section,the legislature shall enact the Forester Jay Tucker at 496-2190! !

laws 'necessary to assure reasonable limitation, llcens- Section IS Slat Operated Lotteries.

Ino. regulation and taxation of casino gambling. (a)lotteries may bi operated by the Stale

NO 3CONSTITUTIONAL .. (Cbl") any subsection or subsections ol the Amendment the Florida Constitution hold unconstitutional( containing more than one subject this Amendment shall he
limited to subsection (al) above.fc .

<' 'ir: ; )ihli Amendment shall.Implemented as follows:
Schedule) -Onlbeellecltvedate ol this! Amendment,the lotteries shall be known it the Florida Education; lotteries Net proceeds denvedfrom' the lottenesshall be
ARTICLE .VI I ,". SECT I ON 6 .' 'lt'l': ; deposited to a slat t usl fund,to b*designated The Stale Education lolleiies T,,,.t Fund,to bearpropriatedbythelsprslature.iheschedule' may be amended by
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-.j, IX: T1STHIOY'IIEREOF: : \ I have hereuntofiRftjtr'

set my hand and affixed the Great Seal
j.lr\ -, .u'.... of the State of Florida at Tallahassee

SECTION 6. Homestead exemptions the Capitol this the 11th. day of
tf uoO ootnl t
( a ) Every person who; has the) legal or equitable title// to real August A. D. 1 1036.
estate and maintains thereon-the-permanent residence of the owner or
another legally or naturally dependent upon 'the owner, 'shall be
exempt from taxation thereon, except assessments for special -.. .
benefits, up to the assessed valuation of 'flv. thousand dollars loon ) )
establishment of right thereto In the manner prescribed by law. The
real estate may be held by legal or equitable title, by the
entireties jointly In common',' as condominium, or Indirectly by C--/
stock ownership or membership representing the owner's or'member's' .
proprietary Interest In a'corporation owning a fee or a leasehold r
Initially In excess of ninety-eight years.b .

( ) Not more than one exemption shall be allowed any Individual G h k I' RE TUNb
or family unit or with respect to any residential unit. No exemption SECRETARY OF STATE
shall exceed the value of the real estate assessable to the owmr ec.
In case of ownership through stock or membership In a corporation
the value of the proportion which his Interest In the corporatloi
bears to the assessed value of the property. rl

( "I)1' fy 9 nrral law and subject to conditions specified therein,
thr .. T>Hon shall be increased bv one-half of the assessedvalui
.tlon...In !!,>.--.. of five thousand dollars, until'the- amount oT..t: Tie CODING ; 'Words inexisting y. Hek-thrt'Ht.h type arc deletions from
exam, JT1oX equal tw.nty-fTYit1i u.and dollars -.- t.I--ef---t.- ..itC7" I additions
arc *
n.-ij ;;ti.. ;iuclsU.n--ef-'h.-.u..cI--e.-th.-u.-.t.t.-h! law ; word type
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l'.tl.l'12\ : <;HAPII September 25.1986-...,...... / :' .' t'. :' I..':, : ." '.
Couple Celebrates 70th { 4,; Bap. Missionary Union Joel E. Roberts

Wedding Anniversary Announcing' Plan Oct. 7 MeetingThe Wins Acceptance In

The children and grandchildren of Corps of CadetsJoel
Baptist Missionary Union of
Reverend & Mrs. M. C. C.F. "Bub" Carter
i Curlee of First Baptist Church will meet at the E. Roberts, son of JoAnne E.
CLASSIFIEDADS 'l f fi tion Chattahoochee in honor of are the hosting a recep- becomes Gr.-Granddad Church on Tuesday, October 7, 1986 Sayars of Keystone Heights, has
"' \ .- i wedding couple's 70th Again, & Again, & AgainC. on the following schedule: Council been officially accepted into the U.S.
} Meeting at 10 a.m.; Business and Military Academy's Corps of Cadetsas
The event is scheduled
( for Sunday "Bub" Carter of Lawtey is Program meeting at 11 a.m. followed a new member of the class of 1990
',"', September 28 from 2:00: p.m. until celebrating the recent births of three by a covered dish luncheon at 12 during the annual acceptance .
5:00 p.m. in the Christian Worship great-grandchilren. .
noon. parade.
Center Fellowship Hall, 949 Morgan Betty Haas, program chairman, The parade followed six weeks of
GET 1 Avenue, Chattahoochee.All Toby Alan! was born August 29 in
1'i Jacksonville will present a program entitled, rigorous basic cadet training at the
'iI to Richard
'I relatives and family friends of & Nancy "What Missionaries Say About the West Point, NY academy. Training
oj'j; tlbA' the honored couple are invited to at League. Maternal grandmother is Missionary Gift." in military customs and courtesies,
tend. The family request no gifts. Margaret Gibbs. Luncheon hostesses are Mrs.Max- drill and physical conditioning, tactical -
RESULTSOur Children of the couple are: Mr. & ie Carter, chairman, Leona Christie exercises and the firing of
1 '; Mrs. A. J, Davis; Mr. & Mrs. Paul Brittanf.Iva was born Sept. 4 in and Ms.Myldred Cuttino.All women weapons introduced the basic cadetsto
t' M Curlee, both of Chattahoocheeand Jacksonville to Tim & Sherry Sex- Interested in missions are invited to military life with special em- I
classified( ads "., ":,) Starke.Mr &Mrs. Robert W. Carver of ton. Maternal grandmother is Linda attend. pahsis on leadership, duty, honor ,
'' and :
help our readers The couple have fourteen grand- Sweat. The academy is a four-year educa- '

buy, sell, lease or J! ) o.. children, ten greatgrandchildrenand Michael David was born Sept.20 in tional institution graduating men l
( .' 1"'il' one greatgreatgrandchild.Christine Tallahassee to David & Christy AARP Tax-Aide and women to serve as career Army
rethink career possi- 'I .', Dinkins. Maternal grandmother is Program Gets StartedThe officers. In addition to military II
training, the offers
bilities. Read Ann Macy of Starke. academy
up on Rev.&Mrs.M.C Curlee American Association of athletics and an academic curriculum I''
what's available which includes basic and
Retired Persons is beginning to
l "SKristie prepare their volunteer personnelwho engineering sciences and social
and, put your ad in RoseSandersSet will be involved in the AARP sciences and the humanities. I
the classifieds and Wedding Date Tax-Aide Program during the next
:t- tax season.
see the great results o.' In 1986 more than 25,000 Church of God
Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Rose
announce M f volunteers nationwide helped more
you getl the engagement of their .' ". than one million tax payers prepare Singles In Action
daughter, Christine Rose. their returns at over 9,000 sites
Adults (18 yrs.&up) are invited to
GainesvIlle, to Michael H. Sanders, around the nation at substantial sav- attend Church of God Singles In Ac-
son of Mr. & Mrs. Horace Sanders of Shane PaladinoMr. ings for the persons assisted. In tion for Christian and social
CALL Starke. Duval and the six surrounding coun- fellowship.The .
.&Mrs.Thomas A.Paladino of
ties nearly 100 volunteers were usedat
meetings are held the 2nd &
Starke announce the birth ofa
964-6305 The bride-elect is a teacher of daughter proudly, Kristie Shane, born 40 sites and completed nearly 4th Friday evenings in the church
special education in Bradford Coun- Sept. 7 in Alachua General. 3,000 returns. annex at 7:30 p.m.
ty. Her fiance is a Gainesville Maternal grandparents are Mr. & This program was one of 30 Friday, Sept. 26, there will be
L C'OtJ firefiehter/naramedic.I i l! Mrs. John W. Dukes of Starke. selected by President Reagan to be special entertainment by the
awarded the presidential citation for Leonard Moody family from Atlanta. -
Paternal grandparents are Mr. &
Iri: igrapqTO. The wedding. is planned for October Mrs. Thomas C. Paladino of Hampton. outstanding community Involve- The singing will be in the church
25, 1986.SIDEWALK ment. The winners were chosed with a social gathering in the church
.Srei"I S'....."" .i Tfiti s...it HHIH from among 1,500 public service pro- annex to follow.
grams considered.As All single adults are invited to at
occurs each year some of the tend.
SALE-FRI.&SAT. Rose Vanna Estelle CrawfordVan volunteers withdraw from the pro-
LEILA'S DRESS>GIFTS and volunteers need-
& gram new are
D. & Karen Crawford of Port 1. I
:Michael II.Sanders smouth, VA proudly announce the ed. Interested persons should con-
tact the overall coordinator, Mr
birth of
a daughter, Vanna Estelle,
&&& &'&'&&&&& & & Portsmouth.born Sept. 9 in Maryview Hospital in Lane Creslie, Middleburg W. Lewis, 311, FL Evergreen 32068, '< ,-.

Maternal grandparents are Mr. & telephone 272-0288. The person to
Fish Fry Fund Raiser Mrs. Neil Crawford of Starke.Pater- contact in Starke is Augustine Mix- '
nal grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. on, 9648424.Volunteers are trainedin The first gold rush in the United
For The Honorable Earl Crawford of Starke and classes conducted for one week in States was touched off not in
4z Kingsley Lake. Douglas Crawford is early January and are assigned to a California but in Georgia, where
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I Two Big Plays Spell Second Defeat for BHS Tornadoes, 120A I


long pass set up one touchdownand which looked like it was going over firsf BUS offensive play of the third Defensively, BITS stood pretty back draw on which Veal )is very eluded the' 46 yard pus-.. >-.101'1"( |'|"" '" '>
a 70-yard run off a fullback dive everybody's head, then eluded period. On the second possession II tough, holding Kernandiiiii to no dangerous. the BUS 13 In the second pcnud! I'.ul
play scored another TD as Nassau shocked Tornado defenders for seemed BITS might move the ball. more than two first) downs on anv the BUS offense could not' into II".'
County High from Fernandina about 10 more yards. Soph. RB Rodney Mosley, breakinga Other than the 70 yard TIJ run and
Beach rolled to a 12-0 win over Tor The second Fernandina score tackle, got into the Pirate secondary one possession, except the one driveon the one long pass, the longest Fer tool ball out. l.>.oIVulll.llllllton punted
nado footballers on Bradford field came on a 7C-yard run olf a fullback for a 12 yard gain. QB Starling which the 46-yard pass was com- nandina gains were a 13: yard run by 45 yards, but Kernanilma's, ) spce'd!>
last Friday night, Sept. 19. dive play. F'B Desmond Brown got kept for 20 yards around right end. pleted and Fernandina got two first RB Steve Brown and a 15 yard run Knuulon Sessions returnedlhe "Hunt'

The BHS band's syncopated into the BITS secondary, was missedby Two dive plays netted seven yards, downs on penalties. Mixing a 4.4 and by QB Veal. 11! yards to the 1115: ::11),11'011I! ) V.IHMCFeniundiMfi
"Parade of the Wood Soldiers one BHS linebacker, and nobody and young Mosley had a first down
per 5-4 defense, the Tornadoes managedto Had the! Tornadoes: been able to ( scoicrl t inhvuplj/-I
formance got the biggest reaction in the UI1S secondary could catch made, and a 10 yal d gainer, when he check Pirate QB Hon Veal, Fcr- mount a sustained offensive drive' aided! b.s a live jard eiicToiicliincni
from the some 1,500 spectators him. fumbled.As nandina's most potent weapon, the game could have Iwvn dillerenl. penalty. winch moved the loullv!
The District loss leaves BUS at 0-2 the third period wore on and the Mt-niinrt the pnrl anil nn the oiwrtpr. BUS rot a ifi-viml. Hriiuhiih, i in. from t'ln> HI IS II 10 IIarm.
on the season and (0-1 in the district.It fumbles stopping the running game,
is the fifth time in 22 outings that .r.d'ord High 0 0 0 0 0Fernandina Coach David Hurse started going to
Fernandina has beaten BUS. 0 U 0 0 U the air. A nine yard pass to KB Greg I
A punchless Tornado offense Font Down BYO Fedan Staring got a first down, but QB Nassau Uses Run and Shoot OffenseWest
simply could not sustain an offensive Rushing Yard 26" 21226P.ting was off target on two more
drive, every one ol which was Yard 2' 4' passes and RB Mosley was stopped
stopped the Tornadoes .
Nassau and problem to fur
PA PC'PI 12424 1012Pun" at the line of scrimmage on an at- High uses a run young :
by the Fernandina Beach .26 4.24 shout: offense! this season with two the third straight week points out QB Easton throws to both
draw and had to
defense or by Toi nado fumbles. BI IS Fumble,' 3.3 1.0 tempted play, BIIS slot bucks and two split ends and hasa Defensive.! Coach !Mike Sexton Plus! wicleouts: and boll !slot nice but Irlavorile -
twice moved the football on the S.51 S .0 punt. the Warriors with ollonsivcguurds ecciver A lI'l'CII.I';
P.n&te.s yard good running quarterback who can are big- I I \eiy; '"
ground in the second half, but a BHS Scoring Summary On the first possession in the throw the football. who weigh 200) () and 175 13. 62. Hill, who has good hands!", ami
sophomore running back lost the 1)) Fernandina- Slav Brown, t-yard run. EP fourth period, QB Starling completed Plus the West Nassau Warriorswill pounds, offensive tackle, who good !speed
football both times after nice gains.Fernandina's kick tailed. a 12 yard pass to wicleout COI'YStrong have the home field advantage weight 230: and 24:>. Best: ollensive: Tailback Eric Temple, no :35. i
Desmond Brown 70-yard for a first down. Then QB
2)) Fernandina- run.
first score came for the 8 p.m. game this Friday lineman is tackle Jcrrurd llomlnx. 0-4 and 225. runs! hard and has Um'
EP kick failed. Starling hit FB Wiggins for 8 yards,
with 6:50: left in the second period on night, Sept 26. West Nassau: High is no 75, who is 6.3 and weighs 245 hands (catching the' loolball.)! 7'empldidn't *
a six yard run by tailback Steve BIIS had only one first down the but Fernandina stopped a dive playshort ut Callahan, about 50 miles! north on pounds. play the last quarter in tin,
Brown who crossed the goal with first half, on a 10 yard keeper around of a first down.
US-301.: Quarterback Lance Easton no. 3: Paxon game ]last! week, the ooenulcSee. '
BHS safety Cory Strong hanging onto right end by quarterback Robert RB Greg Piltman. appearing suddenly The double slots and double wide is 6.2 and 165. Elision has good
him. The TD was set up by a 46 Starling on the second possession in out of a pileup at scrimmage, receivers pose a different defense: speed will run, and has a good, live .., Nassau I6
yard pass from QB Ron Veal to wide which BIIS'moved the football 20 ran 13 yards for a Tornado first I'lIl\l'l
receiver Brandon Cessions: BuS yards. BuS fumbled on its first play down. Avoiding tackles Pittman ran ---
defenders surrounded the Pirate from scrimmage, and failed to makea for 6, then one yard, but QB Starlingwas _
receiver but the tall Sessions first down four other times. sacked for a 14 yard loss trying Elect
jumped up and caught fie high pass, The football was fumbled on the to throw on third and throe.

I Cross Country Runners Improve EVELYNd


Improvement each week is evident 1511S \s E.Islsith.. a threat, it took a lot ol pressure off
in the cross country runners, which made the I Ilnut> slower, Coach
Tuesday the BUS runners ran in a
both boys and girls, at Bradford dual meet with Eastside High ol Loper f vs. +021t'1
High, says Coach George Loper.At Gainesville the slow and soil BUS Easts.de's Loys finished: m the CHASTAIN
l first five places for, /a packet 1 score.
track.'l'he BIIS girls, paced 1 Lori _
Mitldleburg... y: Jell' King of I KS was: 1 lirst in 17:39.:
Sapp. Felicia Davis, Kamona Ten-
The runners competed this past mint, Christie: liaiTvll, and Robin A BUS runner accident injured an ankle ina : .
board and could not
skate )
Saturday in the M id d It-burg Invitational !Manning had the first live finishers: \
and with lour BUS
the BIIS girls placing fourth, for a perfect score of 15. run could, not have only a team score.BUS runners. School Board
the young boys eighth. The BUS I finishes were: 1)) Lori
First BHS finisher was Lori S.ipp' Sapp 14:05.: 2)) Felicia Davis 14:14,3): ) l finishes were. Robert I t-:
8th, 20:57: : Jay Thompson,
who placed sixth with a time of 13:23: : Ramona Tennant 14:29: 4)) Christie Thorpe ;
9th, 21:35 Jackson, 10th,
: Benny :
; District 5IT'S
over the two mi'Freshman Harrell 15:30: 51) Robin !Manning
Ramona Tenn .: .pi. .:;d 9th at 15:39: 6)) Kim Adams 15:4: : 9)) Achan 23:08: ; Keith Thompson: 11th, 26:52.:

13:33.:: 16th The) Felicia other Bits Davis runners 14:05: ,finished 251 h)- Jenkins The key 13:52.:in the ES meet was that Upcoming.. TIME FOR A NEW VOICE FOR OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM

Robin Manning 14:48: ; 28th) Kim the BIIS girls stayed bunched This Saturday) Sept 27, BUS goes
Adams 14:57: 35th) Christie Harrell together until the race began! to to the Saiulalwood High Invitationalin
15:14: 42nd Achan Jenkins, 16:24.: break open in the final( 3/4th 01'a Jacksonville, the IIll'l'I ing start is Educated *
Each girl improved her time over mile. The BIIS course is soft and set for !9 a.m Take TimeThis
the previous week's run at Bishop slow. Like BUS, Eastside is At Sandalwood flu-' girls( will run Locally and in Florida Colleges
Kenny, says Coach Loper. "They'reshowing rebuilding Once the BHS girls 3,000 meters or 1.7 miles! The boys
signs of the improvementI'm determined' I the ES runners were not will run 5,000 meters'' or :a I miles. Tuesday Dedicated
looking for," said Coach Loper. *
Lori Bradford premiere girl
runner Sapp, did not feel well or would #.................................................. September 30 Community and Civic Involvement
had an even better time, Loper said '
Winner of the girl's race at !Mid- Vote for the Businesswoman Parent Hardworker
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dleburg was Jenna Dunn of Bishop THANK YOU ) i
Kenny in 11:59.: Ready to Serve *

Team captain Robert Thorpe was i : FUTURE O F OURCHILDREN
the first BIIS l finisher Middleburg.! Desires Quality Education for our
placing 38th and timed at 19:42: over i I _. ,
mile The I children by working in cooperation with
the three boy's course. I want to thank the ... I
other BUS finishers wee: Johnny .' parents and the entire educational
Thompson, 51st 21:34: ; Benny j Citizens of Starke for the t ;4 :
Jackson, 52nd, 23:29: ; Roger community. PO R16M'
Padgett, 53rd, 24:42: and Keith | support and confidence ; :1; ..''Your. Vote. ..of. ., Confidence. . .. .Appreciated. . _
Thompson, 55th, 49:12.: Keith ran on gitfen\; VcTmeTnTfie
a badly sprained ankle but finishedthe past. iiI.o f
race which allowed BHS to havea : :
team score. Five runners must to .
finish for a team score. J I look forward to serving you for the next : : lay
boy improved over
"Again every
the previous week, said Coach j two years. Again, Thank You i
Loper, pleased with the !boys' perfor

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:. Pop Wari.er teams The Jr. Pec Wees arc open this In last week's action: thony Bright Gregory Williams and Bradford scored first when Joe one intei'ceptfon. Goodons and Trim
\\ere in I ho road lat weekend hut week, so the next game begins at 2 Carl Ross. Gordon smashed across the goal on ble played their 'best games" at
i t-lurn home to the friendly confines p.m. when the PeeWees host Lake Milji Mites Dominate a three-yard plunge, capping a fine defensive ends.
ol Hrudlord High School Stadium Butler. The Juiiior Midgets travel to Cowboy halfback Anthony Bright Jr.Mldgetts Lose Close One drive featuring runs by Chris Will- The coach said his backs need to
this Saturday lor a lull schedule of Alachua for a 4 p.tn contest and the scored four touchdowns as the Mity The Cowboy Jr. Midgetts played Ingham, Blake Thomas and pass work on holding onto the football bet
act Ion beginning ut Ida.m. wheat he Midgets( host Callahan at the BUS Mites defeated Callahan 30-6( on the tough but lost a close decision) to receptions by John DeSue and
Milev Miles lake.. on Luke Butler held lit 6 p.m.. road last weekend. St. Agustine last weekend at BITS Lyndell Hampton.The ter.Leading rushers for the Cowboyswere
. . Fullback Stephen Nichols scored stadium. second Cowboy TD was Larry Griffin with 68 yards on
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off-tackle play on the first Bradford according to Coach Steve Thomas, by Lyndell Hampton.The yards on nine\ attempts and Gerald
series after the opening kickoff. in the second period when the St. coaches said the entire defen- Bradham with 42 yards on eight car
KEEP ; Bright took over after that,behinda Agustine halfback scored on a long sive unit played well as a team in the ries.
i fine performance by the Cowboy sweep to the right side, the Cowboy shut-out.
1 offensive line, ripping off touchdownruns defense getting faked into the mid- Pee Wees Win
J.T. --. i ii of 42, 45: 45, anu75-yards. dle on the play. Midgetts Fall 8-6 The Pee Wees took a convincing,
i ,. The Cowboy offense finished the Thomas said Joe Gordon The Midgetts fell to Callahan in 32-6 win over Bel-Med at Middleburglast
day with 286 total yards on offense. played a great game on defense and the closest game of the day, an 8-6 weekend.
t/, ; The coaches singled out Scooby singled out quarterback Robert squeaker won by Callahan. Bel-Med opened the scoring, but
i ARRISH Pad ett and Mike Brown on the offensive Padgett for. his "leadership and experience" The host team scored first and added the Cowboys came right back when
line.Defensivly. a two point kicking conversion, Kelvin Williams scored the first TD
.. ...;; the Cowboys were led Coach Thomas said his team still but the Cowboys bounced right back on ''a quarterback keeper that
i by Marcus Patray with five solo needs to work on their play execu- when Chuck Morrow took the ensuIng covered 65 yards.
District 5 tackles and two assists, Scooby tion. kickoff and ran it all the way Other Cowbopy touchdowns were
Padgett with five tackles, two Jr.Mldgetts Win Opener back 80 yards for the Touchdown.The' scored by Larry Shannon,Doris Hill,
School BoardWORKING LA assists and one quarterback sack The Cowboys got off to a good start. point after attempt failed, Chris Burgin and larry Shannon
: and Houston Waldron with four in the first game of the regular however,and that would prove. to be The Cowboys completed two of
tackles and two assists. season, defeating Callahan 12-0 on the difference in the game. five trys for extra points.
The coaches also singled out An the road. The Cowboys put together several Coach Bobby Sapp said his
FOR YOU drives in the second half but a game- defense played "very well".
----- total of four fumbles their
stopped "There is to that
way say any
i : scoring opportunities.Coach one player did better than the
With 12 Years Experience Recognitionof ----l Gene Melvin said his team other," Sap,? said. "They were all
need to be "more consistent" on offense .
i on the schooi board, I am in a good posi-: but singled out Andy Goodons, outstanding.Sapp said his team still needs to

: tion to be effective in seeking the best : I I II Wesley Moody,White Larry, Wyatt Griffin Collins, Gerald Paul work on its timing in the backfield.Jr. .

: education for our children. I promise tal I ChristianEducation Bradham, Clarence Williams and .Pee Wees Fall 6-0
: Brad Hamilton.
The Bradford Jr. PeeWees foughta
:: work hard to make our school system the Leading tacklers for the Cowboyswere tough defensive struggle accor-
i I Gerald Bradham, Raymond ding to Coach Farlan McClellen.
best possible. Week Trimble and Andy Goodons with before their defense"ran out of gas"in
seven each, Wesley White had six,
the final period against Callahan
: and Eye Thornton Larry Griffin last weekend.The .
i Thank You I WE THANK YOU I.I I. Wyatt Collins with five each. Coach said Daren Young and
i Fumble recoveries were made by Jimmy Brown played well on offense
: ... for your past support Raymond Trimble, James Thompson and said his line needs to workon
i I Teachers of Bradford County I II and Larry Griffin who also had their blocking.

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I Keep J.T. PARRISH Working For You I (from page 13A)
.. I FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH : game which West Nassau lost 3014. slots and widcouts and just one back
... I WN had an open date the first weekof other than the quarterback in the
:* Pd Pol Adv by J T Porrlsh t Walnut & Jefferson 964-6864 the season. backfield, is primarily a passing of
****+*+**********************+**+**+**************** -- -- -- -___ .J The run and shoot with the double fense. The BUS secondary is expected -
to see more passes than it has
this season to date.If .
the Tornadoes play like they did
in the second halt against Fernan-
dina, they stand a chance of getting
VHS their first win of the season, says
Head Tornado David Hurse after
watching films of West Nassau and
T-120 Paxon. However, Coach Hurse still
considers the 0-2 Tornadoes to be
underdogs.West .
TAPESGibraltar Nassau also run a 5-2
defense which means live down
linemen, two linebackers, two cor-
nerbacks, and two safeties which go
6-8 Hour Tapes deep for passes thrown deep into the
defensive secondary. The down
$4.49 linemen are a middle guard and two
tackles. The defensive ends stand
up. It is a defense with which BUS is
familiar.WN .
is an experienced football
team, but a good many WN playersgo

both ways. Nose tackle Brad. ,......
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sive left tackle. Denfensive end
Tracy Young, no. 29,is also an offensive -
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The Bradford High School Ladie
Volleyball Team rolled over
FOOTBALL SEASON SPECIAL Eastside High with straight game
Financing Available victory scores of 15-6 and 15-2, but
lost concentration in three other
to/S Jfl matches in two-out-of-three game

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Diggs faulted mental problems as
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; Butler."She was hot at the net, *.*. oik-
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per week effort in the game.
Price 'i11 $ The team went on to losing the
NO DOWN next two games to GHS 15-2 and 15-6
on $565 but saw good play from Angel Spell,
who had some excellent serving and
Sony setting and also from Janet Kennedy

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however against GUS that same
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I BIIS running back Greg PiUinan ((42) got in the Fer- In this photo. Pitlman trys to hit the hole in the line
nandiiui! game late but picked 20 yards in the fourth but offensive fireman Kric I\iuuori( (tiH Is split between -
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I Hurse : We Have Chance to Win. If... t

"If we play as good against West yards! live )lInl. per Dennis Cummings and( nicer li.uk
Nassau as we did against Fernan- carry while holding onto the football.! Greg Wiggins.
dina in the second half BHS was hurt by three fumbles in
chance to win this ball game, we ,have" sa'sHead a the Fernandina game. Coach Hurse In the defensive secondary will be Works as well on the wall as it does on the The standard phone that beats all standards.
Coach David Hurse. says tumbling is a mental lapse, ol cornel-bucks David Hamilton and desk.
forgetting to hold onto the football Damn Patterson, and safely Cory Choice of dialing mode. FC 151 offers pulse
Coach Jay Godwin was! also pleased tightly when opponents are near. Slruugtffensi. Convertible design. This model doubles as a wall dialing; works with rotary and Touch-tone lines.
with the blocking of the ollcnsivc or desk model, whichever your needs require. FC 155 offers
The Tornadoes true Touch-tone for of
Starters. speed
line in the second half against Fer- arc working on \ c' .. dialing
nandina. Coach Godwin hopes the their" passing game this week. Probable" starters on the offensive Sleek-line style. Even the functional can look and compatibility with tone-accessed services.

Tornado line can carry over that effort ] think there are some" positive line lor BUS will be tight end David modem and beautiful. Fully modular. Comes with
things we build clip-in connectors for
into this week's game. can on, says Couch Williams split end Patrick Diggs,
Hurse alter the Fernandina game. center Hilly Harrell, strong guard Lighted dial. Illuminated for your convenience easy installation or movement from room to room.
Robert who' his BHS moved the football on the Ei Na/woi-th.:
Starling played strong tackle Dane Traditional bell
Pulse/tone switchable automatic redial ringer with ringer volume control.
ground, in the quality-
especially second
first full game al QB last week, will Claik or Andy Tison, weak guard
start at quarterback against West hall although ball handling Allen Wood, and weak side tackle tone ringer, and more. Automatic gain control. Ensures quality sound
Nassau. And, Coach Hurse says, mistakes and penalties killed the el- Ifcggu' Lcxerson.Kuniiini even with multiple instruments on the line.
soph. quarterback John Berry may torts bclore they/ came lo II'uil"n.Dl'ft'lIs .
backs will be
see some action behind center QB
Clark's shoulderwill Starters. Rodney Mosley, soph. Greg Pill-
Johnny separated \ C' ..
man, mil" junior Damn P.illerson.I
keep him out ol the West Nassau
The defensive line-up this week Kullliiu-k will bo Greg Wiggins.
game except for some special situations will look about like last t week's. say K (;(.It t t i ing to their blocks quicker and
Coach Hurse says. Coach Sexton. Probable will
starlet s maintaining the block until the
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Soph, running back Greg Pillman be defensive tackles Dane Clark and CIHI net\ by remains tin-. biggestiinpiouiiiinl !
will start this Friday. Piltman IIi
Billy Han-ell, SAM! linebacker needed in the ollen-
the chance with some nifty running Malachi
Jenkins inside linebackers
M\e Inn-, says Coach Jay (imluiii.
near the end of the Fernandinagame.carayingi''our Ron Brown and Gary Wise, strong Tinl'"cksgeltinglo.('lInl\l'Il1.\ll.\lil: _, py s, I n.
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I BUS Coaches Note ImprovementEven ,i .#..

though BHS lost to Fernan says his line showed !some improvement O.H! Will s keeper plays up the middle .( r f 1
against 1 Fernandina, especially -. ....
dina there over
was improvement r..b
the opening game against Mon- in the second hall Defensive end Mil.iohi Jenkins .y.WY.r
Coming over Iron the delensixe bad 6 tackles and 5 assist( .L.
ticello, Tornado coaches note I this ; Strong I NuJ.. .. .
week. side, Gary Wise played strong: guard sideend Mike Gray had (Ii tackles ...e.o. a
BIIS moved the football against and Malachi Jenkins played tackle ll.irt'HI liiid 3 tackles and 2 assists! .. .O.Ir.V...... er
Fernandina, although tumbles and when Reggie Level-son was injured from ln" DT) position. .... ....y
penalties stopped the ellorls.! The and both blocked correctly Coach "ThiiM' guys! really stood( out, '
Godwin out. Coiich Sexton. .r..t.......
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touchdown this season. Offensive lackle Brian Barton, Daid Hamilton] had 2 tackles and secs.pti ...-.
'We got some improved play last who injured a knee in the season 2 us!>i..ls1'0111/ his corncrUick slot. r.....rr..*
week," Defensive Coordinator Mike opener, I is! not expected back this Hamilton, who had two pass interceptions 00000 r......
Sexton pointed out. Except for the week, Godwin says. was named defensive Foe bo .....r.
70-yard TD run by the Fernandina bark ol the week. Fewer tackles in wi
fullback, the Pirates weren't able to The Defense.. the MvniuLiry, meant the front seven
do much against! the Tornado Big linebacker" Ron Brown 6-2, was containing Fernandinathcsign The phone that remembers 24 numbers for A full-service phone with full-scale value.1000foot .
defense Coach Sexton points out. 220, led all tacklers against Fernan ol an el R'et ive defense. you.
Tackle Billy Harrell played an excellent dina with 10 individual tackles and :3 Hillllllilln was also named lie( be.st' range." With range-extending antenna.
defensive game. Harrell also! assists. Brown played the entire second specially team member ol the week Twenly-four-number memory. Store numbers for
played error-free football at his offensive hall at middle guard in a 5-4 lor his punting. He punted IItlll1l's. one-button speed dialing. I Includes I space for Pulse/tone I dialing switch. Now you can easily,
tackle position, not missing a dl'fl'n.clhi'h: stopped dangerous auTiif..ini; 36 yards.HOWS emergency numbers. Battery back-up protects t tree't c h from tone dialing to rotary (pulse I ) dialing.
His Harrell
block. performance got
named both offensive and defensive memory Digital security system. Program your own code to
lineman of the week by Tornado Chain dialing. Allows you to program in the extra protect your line from unauthorized access.

coaches. digits needed for long-distance services Automatic redial. Push a button to instantly redial
Strong side end Mike. Quay: was By Rev. Kirkland
the Hrsl..gaWv-"I: the last number called.
improved over '' WHEN DAD GETS TilE KIDS Desk/wall convertible. Modern styling looks good
to see Gray' improve
was "glad anywhere. Desk/wall convertible, clear and mute buttons,
play, says Coach Sexton. After reading a previous article on the subject of divorce a man called
volume control indicator external
The defensive secondary played Hold button flash button button last- status lights,
me. He wanted to express his desire to see an article which told some of the pause
well against Fernandina's good problems which occur for a man who has been deserted by his wife and has number redial, pulse/tone switchable ringer ringer, and more.

pacing quarterback Ron Veal, Been given custody of the children. This person has experienced the difficulties volume, A +Al circuitry, fully modular plugs and
pointout Coach Charlie Simpkins. of when dad gets the kids. His wife left them over a year ago. We $1 3 900
The secondary needs to keep up talked for quite a while as I made some notes about the hurts and frustra- jacks, and more.
\\ h'tt it is doing, the coach notes. tions this man Is experiencing. 95
Oliensive Line Coach Jay Godwin Because this problem is so widespread, men being left with the children, $79
I agreed with this individual that an article was called for. Because of the
length of the subject I am going to divide the article in two parts. Three
JV Squad this week and the remaining ones next week. Then we will discuss some of
the effects of children living through a divorce and separation from their
mother from the personal observations brought out in this conversation.Men .
and ladies, if you are considering a divorce, you would do well to
listen to these things. If you have experienced them already, then you
WinsJunior know you are not alone. I wish I could personally convince you of the pain
you are going to suffer. All you have to do is speak with someone who has QualityTelephones
lived through it to realize this is not a game. Read this list and consider
varsity football Bradford them long and hard if you haven't made a decision yet.
High evened their record at 1-1 witha 1. EMPLOYMENT PROBLEMS. It seems that employers are not quiteas
6-0 win over Class 5A Orange Parkon patient with men who have to get off to take a child to the doctor or stay
the Tornado home field last home with a sick child. It seems reasonable that because society is not adjusted Are In.
Thursday night, Sept. 18. to the divorced male with children as well as to the divorced female, . ;
this is a legitimate problem. The individual who called had lost several
"It was! a real delensilve battle. jobs because of >childcare related problems. 0
Credit goes to defensive for the PleaS'note I annrot saying women who are alone with children do not 00
win," said JV Coach Lanier Clyatt. face this froblem. Only, that it is very possible it is even more difficult for
Clint Reed ran 50 yards on a left mertv'* CompetitivePrices X000c000000
etui sweep for the BHS score 2. SEtlT-IMAGE!; PROBLEMS. Men seem to go through a period of loss
of identity asa male. Suddenly they are doing many things that"mom" used
Defensively everybody played te! di> Granted: perhaps if they had helped before the marriage might 0 00000 %
well, especially Jimmy Long, Ed have been saved. But the point is a man has a great struggle with this.The
Douglas, Terry Whitehead, and gentleman I spoke with said one of his children even started calling himMommy" The
Chris Durban, said Coach Clyatt. ultra-compact machine that answers (..
Offensively, everybody improved It's really quite rimple.You stand a good chance of being destroyed emotionally your phone with a voice of its own.
a great deal from the LB ball game for a period of time following the divorce.
as far as blocking and excution, the 3. LOSS OF FRIENDS. It seems that those you have before the divorce Male/female voice chip. You can switch between a
coach said.llutstandmg\. may not be quite as close afterwoards. One reason for this is that if you '' THE male and female pre-recorded voice instructing
ask them to child or children for a chance to or
ever keep your get away, + callers to leave a message.
: performances were take care of business they may begin to think they're about to occupy the OFFICE
turned by J jighl ends Jimmy Long role of permanent babysitter. Not an appealing thought for most. Single micro-cassette.: Records messages up to 30
and Ed Douglas, tackle Bo Herseylinebacker Therefore they simply drop quietly by the wayside .SHOP seconds long. Voice-activated control eliminates
Whitehead andguard There are several other items I want to give you but they will have to
Terry 110 W.Call St. blank space on tape allows for more message"Twoway .
Jimmy Langley.All wait until next week. If you have some comment or specific questions you
six running hacks played well, want to see discussed on this subject or any other, as long as it relates to .tUfffl! Ii 964-5764 record. Tape conversations between .
CiMch C'Krtlt said. The hacks are the family unit then feel free to write. If the questions or comments are appropriate Stork .Flo. callers and yourself. $ 95
will be addressed.Ed :
Chi i.s Durban.: LanceViggins, Clint then they .8
lieed. Gale; Hampton, James Kirkland Is pastor of the Klngsley Lake Baptist Church on Highway Convenient, compact design iI:
J.imi.sim. and Keith; Jenkins.Tin 16 at Kingsley Lake. If you want to submit a family topic or respond to anarticle .,'
JV "qiuid, Panels to "alliihiinm you may call his offlrc 533-2018 or write to How's the Famllv?. Answer ready, message and two-way indicator
I'laj 1Srs1ass, : nl at 7 p.m. Klngslcy/ Lake Baptist Church Rt. 1, Box' 586. Starkt. Fla. 32091. light, and more
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Hilites .... .. New Neighbors Robin graduated from Law Schoolat Dollie
:S.-- ---- Simpson now resides in her
Robert and Gretchen Oehl recently the University of Florida in July, lovely new home In the Starke Green Southside Elem
She is employed by the Jacksonvillelaw '
moved from Hollister, Calif. Acres
to area.
Dolores Guest SpeakerOn their horse farm on Hwy. 301 about firm, Cook, Hand, Carithers and School Newsby
hone Meng Monday, Sept 15, an assemblyof five miles south of Starke.Their son Showalter. Mark is working on his VisitorsAmong .
tbtt-1913 students form grades 4 through 7 Denver, is a fourth grader at PhD in Pathology at the Universityof
New Arrival enjoyed a visit from Mr Les Gold, ton Elementary School, and Hamp their Florida. weekend guests of Mr. and Casey Trimble
Ki'istie Shane Paladin an Aerospace Education Specialist daughter Gretchen Is enrolled Master Sergeant Robert and Mrs. Medford Connelly were his and
at Darlene Godwin moved in sister and son, Mrs. R. R. ryder and Bula
Thomas, Jr and Lisa Paladmo from NASA's John F Kennedy Bradford High School. recently Brittany
Center. interestedin the home formerly owned by Mrs. robert G. Ryder of Alexandria, La.,
Space They were The Oehl family travelled
nounce the arrival of their here
baby Mr.
Dolly Simpson. Their 11 old and Mrs. Charles O. McKinney's 1st Gr....
daughter Knstie Shane Paladino. the many models he brought along with their seven Araborne Arabian year Connelly
She was born on Sept. 7 at Alachua with demonstratins to go along with horses, two dogs and the family cat. son, Scott, is a student at Hampton with from Y1vine'Med and S.C., sPent Monday We have been very busy so far this
General Hospital in Gainesville his talk.Adult. They are clearing land and building Elem. School and Michael is a 16 Robert Pattie. Med and year. We are studying colors, color
weighing 6 Ibs. 7 oz. and measuring good fences and pens for their year old at Bradford High. St. John's planned River a fishing trip on the words, beginning and ending con-
19 inches Education beautiful horses used for breeding, Darlene works as the Starke Monday. sonants, rhyming words and;
Paternal grandparents are Mr. Ulysses Wood plans to teach show and pleasure. We are happy to Chamber of commerce as Tupperware alphabet activities. We have com-
Thomas and Ruth Paladino of basic education to adults who have have them all in our area I Secretary. Robert plans to retire Party pleted a unit on "Safety", and are
Hampton Maternal grandpa.ents not received High School diplomas. from the Marine Corps next April Sallye Scoggins hosted a Tupper now studying "families'We .
are Mr. and Mrs. James K. Greenleeof Classes will be given on Mondaysand Hampton Lake and open his own business. ware Party at her home Tuesday are excited with the new learn-
Starke. Wednesdays from 6 until 9 p.m. Robin and Mark Hayes They hosted a reunion at their morning. Joy Hutto was the ing games we play in our learning
recently home the July 4th weekend. demonstrator
A and
large saleslady centers. Our favorite' game this
Paternal great grandparents are at the school. moved to their Hampton Lake home.
camped there for
John and Margie Dukes of Starke They are both natives of North group the week was, "Billy Buttons", which
weekend. They enjoy crafts and
teaches us our colors and color
and Evelyn Perry of Hampton Carolina. water sknnc for hobbies. words.

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Home from Hospital vi*tJftUcaj '*
Gwen Neritt. We have; no Sep ember
Mrs. Colsie Rigdon has returned birthdays.
home following several days at

Bradford Hospital for observationand Harrell's 4th Gr...

Mr treatment.George Werre is planning to VOTE FOR A CHANGE Mrs. Harrell's class has been studying -
return home soon from North the mountain ranges and
Florida Regional Hospital. about how the earth is always chang
ing. Derrick Collan brought in a
Gratitude volcanic island. He mixed red food

Mrs Verna Werre wishes to thank color, vinegar and baking soda. This
all for their and caused a chemical reaction. The"volcano"
help during concerns George, prayers hospitalization erupted. The students enjoyed -

She especially hanks watching this. Several others
Lawrence and Teresa Meng for THIS TUESDAY SEPT 30 have also brought in volcanoes.

transportation and other help.
II 5th Gr...
Condolence We created models of the Solar

Sympathy is extended to the family System we have been studying. Also,
and friends of William Ray (Bill) while studying C.P.R., we made
died models of Resusi Annie, and
Brooking who on Sept. 16 following
a long illness. He was the son of demonstrated the four steps inC
.P.R. We excited in
are about being
Mr and Mrs. William Ray Brooking, the fifth I
Sr and the grandson of Mrs. Fannie grade.

Biookmg School Pictures...

Girl ScoutsOn School pictures will be taken Mon-
day, Oct. 20.Halloween.
Tuesday, Sept. 16, a group often

girls in Brownies Troop no. 161 Carnival...
enjoyed a party in the Mexican
theme They enjoyed singing, dancing Southside's Halloween Carnival
and eating the contents of the Educated Parentr' will be at the school grounds on Fri-
pinata that was almost too sturdy to day, Oct. 31, from 5-9 p.m.
demolish. The pinata had been made Each classroom is asked to makea
bv Melissa Kyle, Susan Parmenter poster for our annual Halloween
and April Scoggins. Poster contest. The class with the
The Troops meet every Tuesday at best poster in the two age categoriesK2
Hampton Elementary with Betsy ( 3-5) will win a partyl I The
Horsey and Debbie Broome as posters will be displayed in the
leaders, Dedicated HardworkerReady Southside School office beginning on
On OU 3 they plan a campout at ., Monday, Oct. 20. During that week,
Green Cove Springs. judges will pick the winners. Beginning -
Monday, Oct. 27, look for
Late Sept. Birthdays Southside Posters to be placed in our
local windows.
21st-Kelly Cribbs, Jimmy Long
Southside P.T.A. will raffle
a personal
and Alan Rogers 22ndShawna
; size TV and $200 in cash. Raf-
Buckallew; 23rd stacy Paladino: fle tickets will cost $1 each. Studentswill
25th- Clarice adkins and Rosa
to Serve Businesswoman
begin selling raffle tickets on
Moreira; 26th- Patricia Jones and
Monday, Sept. 29. Prizes will be
Stacey Benefield; 27thAngelina awarded to the and second
top place
Crews and Jimmy Parker 28th-
seller. Mrs. Maxine Gay will be in
Amber Bickers 29-Mark
; Hodges. charge of the Southside Halloween
Hampton Elem

New; Teacher Raffle.School
Mrs Lynn Marshall began Menus
teaching the second grade on Mon- '
29Oct. 3
day, Sept. 22. Lynn is a graduate of September
the University of South Florida in Bradford Klein. &Middle School:
Tampa She previously worked for Vluiutuyt Tuna natation, lettuce( .ualtinvH.,corn on
the cob puuch iriup,bim,uilK & honey milk
the MRS Fort .
Program in Myers.
'uduy I Burbitua on bun french, fi u. uppli'iiauce -
Her husband, Greg, is a Vo Tech .cookie milkUiiliii .
teacher in Starke. Her daughter .Mint. Chiiktn nuKgclit, "hushed potutoea
Jessica, is a 5th grader, and her son, flHiANSCHOOL &hot gravy rolls, mIlk.buttered green Pa, chocolulo cake

Greg, is in the first grade at rtuirHiltit: IliimlHJt'g r on bun Mlucl. tomato
bouthside School. pickle, mixed vigttaltfi.blucberiy pit' milk,

:Mrs Shirley Bagwell, who hast .tlllhlV. apple SlMlghltllmeat crisp hot. rolls,ttaUCC milk.. ihCVHO, ..Ux..ul..d. ,
t aught second grade for the past four
years will now be doing Team BiMdfoMl High School
Teaching with the Kindergarten and MtnultiBdilwcuc'' : on bun Trench hit.*, mixed
First Grades while assisting withSe- vcgttaiikx. stiaubcrry hhortcuke. milkluisihit ,
''.' HainliiiiKIT gravy mashed poUilura" ,
Lond .
grades liulluictl green "pear, (rim jrllo,hot rolls, mIlk.
tVxIiii-silut. : Pig in the blanket baked. loon,
<-s. Debbie Donnerstag is nowrmp.oed cole slow, pinches, milk,
as a full time Teacher'sAide BOARD lliuiHilut: Chicken & rue, chcitte .Iox.| gnenlx.uim
trod cup biscuit & honey milktrlilut
These changes in staff were : Pirla. buttered! torn gaidt Kiiliid, lip
brought about because of hte increased plcsauco yoke milk,,
enrollment at the school, AlaCarteviundat
and the large amount of students in
kindergarten and first grades. cheeseburgers: trench, pram milkshake fries, urungu. juice

'rue,day! : II.lInbul'lI", pi//a french frit1,
Good: Spellers DIST 5 milkihaki,01 ange juice
VViiliii'<,il.it: Chicken: nuggets, milkshakes, pta'
Mrs Jean Clark, first grade ;u, urnnge juice rrcnuh Triesllmrsil .
teacher is very proud of her .it: Chiisclmrgirn, Trench fries, orange
Julie 'pi//ji, mdkuhukes.Frlduy .
:students who scored 100 percent in
: Coinilogs, lluinlmrgc'pt, Trench trim,
last week's spelling test Of the 32 Po Pol Adv orange juice. inilkxhuKes.

pupils present 22 attained a perfect .Each ilu) hluUcnU have.choice of a hut lunch,
core aud! bar or they may purchase a.lu.tai'ttf. _

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Seek chairmanship of important corrections committee _

Seek parity in income training and, equipment for correctional officers. Theyare

just as important as any .law enforcement officers.

v Keep lines of communications open by installing a toll-free/ telephone numberfor

the people to reach Doug Nichols at 'anytime !

It's Nichols or Nothing !

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Thursday,September 25, 1986
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Fall is in the Air... t

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Hunt Club kicks offBy : % ;

Mark Friedlln guns on a special range set up just i Yr
BCT Staff Writer for them. ..11! A
Fall is in the air and local and area The event lasted all day and into
hunters are cleaning their rifles, the night- with a live band performing -
buying new ammunition and train- shortly after dark and the
Ing their dogs in anticipation of presentation of the prizes for good
another successful season in the shooting.
North Florida forests.A First prize in the Turkey shoot wasa 4

big crowd of hunters and their new rifle or $300, second prize wasa *
families were on hand at the shotgun or$200 and third prize wasa :

Keystone Heights Airport last Staur- set of fishing equipment or $100. In

day as members of the Keystone addition, there were over 70 other ; ,
Heights Sportsmans Club held their door prizes given away during the \Y 1h

annual Turkey Shoot to open the ,( ,
day."This .
season and raise money for their is a good chance for people wl ,. 4%
organization.Local outside the club to come and have

fun, bring the kids and win some i M, x
members promote good prizes," commented Club Director Yw + -

their hunting members safety practices among Dick Myer of Keystone Heights. ,j' ..'fa'41 $\: ..
operate a shooting .1t -
"We look forward to it each year
range for sighting in their guns and
when we get to the place
open up
marksmanship practice: :: and lease a
meet other hunters in the area. It's a
portion of land from the city of \
good way to start the season. -
Keystone Heights for hunting rights Meyer took one of the biggest +
each year in an area bordering the
trophies ever taken last season when
and National Guard
airport facilityat
he killed a seven-pointer on the
Camp Standing. range at the club's leased property.

Saturday was a day for families to It currently occupies a place of '.' ::
get together, raise money for their honor in the clubhouse."It :
club and welcome members of the was one of the biggest I've seen .
public, who competed for cpsh and from this area/Myer said. "It wasa -
doorprizes on a range set up near the challenge. I'm ready to go get
clubhouse.It another one this season, I hope."
was a day for the younger set as Club members said they were
wella balloon shoot was on hand for pleased with the turnout and plan ,
the kids, and they brought them another season kickoff event next yM ; s
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by Thomas Waters cond, Scott Matthews of Lake City
Special to the UCT was third, Billy Williams of Lake Ci- L
Tucked away in this tiny little far- ty was fourth and Bobby Cooper of

ming community, among the live Live Oak was fifth.

oaks and pine trees, is a recreation __
center that erupts in earsplittingnoises

on Saturday nights as the J _
drivers revv up their engines in Limited Outlaw

preparation of a day-long competi- Saturday, Sept. 13: Dave Hendry

tion.Trucks came out in first position in the __
with families tucked away Limited Outlaw competition.Kevin .
neatly in the cabs make their way to Darden was second, Keith Yv
the track at Blhsville outside of r
Philman was third, Nick Reid was ';
Lake City, with trailers hooked to fourth and Darrell Brinkley was
the back bumper which contain fifth.
vehicles that are obviously not the r 4.'" ?I.rt r 1 "Ilyd

everyday family car. : ,
These cars are painted in bright

colors, with numbers on the doors 20.
Saturday Sept. ..
and advertisements from businesses _
etched on their sides.In The action was heavy and a lot of _

walking around the pits, I found racers left with a full week's worthof
people from all walks of life and all work ahead of them in order to

types of trade... from professional have their cars ready for next
businessmen to policemen.. with week's race.Thunder.
their families by their sides.

From 6 p.m. on Saturday until the a
race ends, at whatever time, these
businessmen and professional people Cars...
cease to be average people and Local Driver.
First place was Jerry Conners of I
become race drivers of cars and
other vehicles for whom speeding Lake City, second was Lewis Tom Smith of Starke races for the Smith Brothers in the Late Model portion of the race.
Parker, third Wayne Manning,
down a track is one of the best formsof
relaxation. fourth Ronnie Harris Joyner, fifth
Others become mechanics, tire Randy

men and body men who perform

mechanical operations at a lighten- for "Pen Pal" 1
ing speed during the races. UCI escape attempt ends in arrest

Even little tykes run nuts and bolts Outlaw... .L ...
for their dads, or go get Cokes for First Kevin Darden Haynes was released on her own
was se- her of the
place into part escape
ly duped
their moms, who stand at the side of cond Eddie Gainey of High Springs, A Virginia woman was arrested by Lipscomb Haynes of Highland Springs by Davis. She said she had no prior recognizance after bond of $10.000
the track with a clipboard, stop- third Gary Southard, fourth Nick Union County Sheriff's Department Virginia. knowledge of the escape before she was set, with the conditions that
watch and pencil to keep track of Reid fifth Ronnie Morris, sixthBrad personnel on Sept. 12 on charges of actually arrived on the scene. have no contact with Davis or with

how Dad is doing. Paulson of Orange Park (Sponsor aiding the escape (principal in the She had agreed to meet Davis on the Department of Corrections, and
Everyone takes part in the race, Watson Auto of Raiford). first degree) of a Union Correctional Haynes was seen in the area ot state property on county road 199 in that she appear at her trial date.
whether behind the wheel in the
or Institute inmate. UCI on Sept. 12 within the time Raiford near UCI at 3 p.m. on Sept.
pits, or in a hundred other ways youdon't frame of the escape, according to 12. She stated that she knew this wasa
realize unless you take the Late Model. the arrest report. She had a visiting of but
to back and watch the .. violation prison regulations, Children Help Police
: time step According to the arrest report filed permit to visit Davis, who was a that she had done so anyway.
bustling activity for a few moments. First place was Kenny Blair of by Investigator Larry Cochran, workmate of Pelrey's. Catch PrisonerA
i By the end of the race, you realize Park second Richard
Orange Dale
Johnny Pelrey, was serv- When she arrived, Pelrey suddenly -
that in spite of the standings posted Poindexter of Gainesville (Roy Mar- ing a sentence of 15 years at UCI for appeared and Davis told her to escaped prisoner was 13 recap-
tured Saturday Sept. nearNewnan's
on the boards, everyone who participated tin's Auto of Starke is sponsor), third charges of attempted first degree Haynes was located in a motel in Pelrev to Gainesville. She ,
transport Lake, according to the
was a winner as families Scott Matthews of Lake CitYi fourth murder and robbery, escaped while Lawtey and questioned. After realiz-
and friends home tired, but happy Jack Frazier of Starke : th Joe he was assigned to outside ing that she had been linked to the stated: she did as she was asked out Alachua County Sheriff's Office.
after a full day of racing excitement. Pagluca. minimum security work an escape, she gave a full statement to of fear. She drove Pelrey to Johnny Dale Pelfrey, 31, an in-
program. Correctional Institu-
correctional officers at the time and Gainesville without incident and let mate at Union
Late Model Union County Sheriff's Department him out of the car in the Nf wnan tion, had escaped Sept. 12 from aroad

+ Feature Results Air Show... incident personnel were summoned to take Lake area of Alachua County. work crew.
Investigation of the she knew what About 3:30: p.m. Saturday,
stated that
Many of these cars will be on revealed he was assisted in his Haynes children saw him in woods near the
13 23 laps could
Saturday, Sept. : she had done was wrong and
North Florida Air custody.
the .
display at lake in eastern County.Sheriff's
Randy Saunders of Lake City came Haynes why she had not informed -
and not answer
Lake waived her rights
Show this weekend at the City escape by a tellow inmate, Kenneth deputies arrested him
out after leaving
on top. immediately
j Jack Frazier of Starke was se- Davis, and Davis' "pen pal" Linda stated that she had been unknowing- Pelrey police in Alachua County. about an hour later.


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I Frances McKinney reflects on 10 years at Bradford Hospital. I Iby

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Lelsha Harris-Holder treat them as I want to be treated." patients to be tested at the same really needs my help. That, along working relationship with the other to spend with her husband, Charles, *
BCT Con espondent In the 10 years since McKinney time), a waiting room and an office with the fact that ( know I have and is very attentive to her five children and her primary.
She is on call 24 hours a day seven moved to Starke from her home in for the radiologist. assisted in the medical care of a pa- employees We are fortunate to oiitftlri activity, church work.
day a week (Including holidays{ ) Georgia, there have been many ad- There have been other advancements tient and in working with the doctorto have her on our staff."
.md still finds time to raise a family vancements in the hospital's in the radiology field. find the source of an Illness, Is Perhaps her co-workers are core McKinney is dark haired, slim and n,I'+!l"
ind participate In outside activities radiology department.In "We now use half the radiation we what is so very rewarding," said rect when they refer to her as the conveys a sense of boundless energy ,' ".")
Vi Bradford Hospital she is known 1976 the radiology department did 10 years ago, but there are still McKinney.McKinney's. "marathon technician." In the past in her smile her speech and
is the "marathon technician", but consisted of one small room with precautions we have to take. Ir's just work does not go two weeks she has logged 181 hoursat movements. "This is like a second
her hospital badge reads Frances basic equipment and very limited that it is getting better and better all unrecognized by co-workers, pa- work and in a month will attend home to me, it's family. I care about
'MrKmney, Radiological space. Then in 1981 the departmentwas the time, said McKinney. tients and doctors. According to 600 cases. And despite the demandsof the community and the hospital andI
rechnologist. moved to the back of the But even with the advanced Bradford Hospital AdministratorTim her time and energy at Bradford could never turn my back on someone
In October, McKinney will hospital and furnished with newer technology, how does someone whois Rearick "Frances McKinney is Hosnttnl M.Klnnf>V dill finds Mm who is In need of help"
Bradford the completion of the new her work? call staff member she's always -
Hospital, initially serving
Th world
but>> doctors In
the '
.is .1 staff technician and for the past hospital, the radiology departmentwill "I get a burst of energy when I get available to help when needed and Mvrryman." arc. Doctor Diet Doctor Quiet, and Doctor
three years as supevisor ofi include two rooms (allowing two to the hospital and find someone never co mplalns. She has a Rood Johntthon Swift I

I i adiology.
Mthough the job requires McKin-
lie to be constantly on-call, the lady
I truly! enjoys her work. "Hardly a
night goes by that I'm not called to Government Graded "U.S. Choice." At Winn-Dixie, we guarantee that you'll be buying only the best
'the hospital. It is offen difficult to a beef available. U.S.D.A. Choice, federally graded beef. We don't

nut leave, I know my family that or get needs out of bed, Any Other Name is just a fancy hide the Best under fancy names. We tell you exactly what you're .
someone me or
thewouldn't call. There are event title for something less than the best. u..S CHOce buying. Federally graded, .U.S. Choice Beef from the Beef
t I m'es when I'm paged in the grocery People..Winn-Dixie. Why settle for anything less?
"tl'ore and have to leacve my half-
"n,lied shopping cart to return to the
On days when I think I can't go CONGRATULATIONS WINNERS@
mother minute or make another
light or early morning run to the FROM OUR SECOND COUPON & CASH DINGO
ispital I just dig a little deeper. I BAYS
ibsolutety love my job and working IDI ..;.. .tIOOOOOWINNiERSA -
ith ," said .
people McKinney.As
a radiological technologist, /' ..

Kmney's\ i'dv<.. ultra-sound responsibilities, running include the I I WEEK LOLA J.._LEWIS....N AURELIA J....P....GONZALEZ."..,N GERtD'L.AI,:CII"cENTZ Ft.. MINNIE Vld.PMMANUFACTURER'S .... 00.p MES

inanion R.J.o.onrII, GUMM.PI NORMA 0'.BLANKENeERG.........Fl, GENEVA LaM Bull"WATKINS, FL. NINA..,IvII.BARNARD..,00,

!McKinney believes one of.the most ; FLORIDA I ReGINA 8. 8""o.4 VERB' O. MARTHA.,--...PAULK,,o. ANN L.1'01.BOTTORFF....,R.. JOYCE"..E-, WOODWARD......., rn
itiporunt aspects of her job is her prod.Pao,,FI c. .FI plnbdd0., 0.. .., "
i "luiionship to the patient. "I always'i ONLY! LOUIS r.n.n.w.J. FERNANDE..n : MELVA J.ekO.wil9 GOAD,Fl LOUISE B. WATSON RUBY'ARNEST DAVIS
peak and 00. B.'nbrtd"' 0".
I \ to positively in a car- BONNIE MILAM TONI FERRELL Nllry
tune of voice, after all that is TYRONE
ng;.\ why It. limon"I."nd' 00, ..._III", "I.
,ire here, to take care of and
'..sure each patient. I also make it DOUBLE COUPONS GOOD IN JACKSONVILLE, ...w.e.wm awe rttu.n.OIMrr'o..mn*.ftUnuf'Mtwntt _.._ ,a.ww ,_ .._IIt.. "I. ..._''II.. R.
.,i ii' to tell the patient exactly what CLAY COUNTY, FERNANDINA, ST. AUGUSTINE 1 ::MCw..wn- +o..w.wuaww..ww.crwmwn.aaan.*t-rrt* a> uMIRwIon' JERRY McCANN, Jr. STELLA H. CROSS
ill he doing and what STARKE, LIVE OAK, LAKE CITY, GAINESVILLES, 1 t':::=-O'>'r"W', *iCOvMOlTntlMff.Mw an.WwwGSM.aw.ww. J.o.lonrul., "I a.. Ilmon.lol.nd.00.
they can ex- )>> VWu*QMf
\I.I ibe I go back a long way, but I
'('.!eve in doing unto others as
Muild have them do unto you, I
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,Viimesly Days

Locally : t

Most homeowners have a few ,
iitilfi-mpty cans of paint or varnish r ,/ U.aCIIOICII

Ming/ out in the garage and many
i tiers have partial cans of
''n-inical, fertilizer or pesticide in
'>1""i' barn
What do you do with these waste
.. .Hi'nals'! ? You can't take them to
'mi' local landfill because materialsk.

.. paint, household cleaners,
-'II'I -> and petroleum products are ,
,."'" uual hazardous wastes which
in\ pollute the ground water and rTTT
"n hazardous to the people of s ) Ft ,
'" ii itdte 'j'l
What you can do with these waste I PLUS DEPOSIT tlnOV
'>i,iii'i'/MS is take them to the Amens- ALL VARIETIES
r)a? sites, B'"' / l' _

Bradford County Oct. 10 &

1 1\1 rlo : $159BTlS. U,i CHOIC! U.3,CHOICE

I .ike Butler October 14 .
I 1'11'' Departmer of Environmen- STAGES I t II eONELISS W.D BRAND U 8, CHOICEPORTERHOUSE
I Regulation (DLR: ) officials sayreceive BEECHNUTBABY REGULAR or LOW CALORIE TOP SIRLOIN or
r frequent requests from
IIenlt. farmers, small FOOD pUI CHEK DRINKS STEAK
1 r'1 ,,es, scholls, universities and '
iminental agencies on what 'in.
i I'"' he done with hazardous $100 $199
,1 1 UllSIK 51. AOL $217 $247I
>,, 't' the quantites of hazardous LB I
ii I"I i ins produced by these people LB
MM\,ill, there are no economically
"-1 ble ways to dispose of them pro-
,)"i1 i\
I iER decided to begin the Amnes-

ng fay
thinly in the state to collect small l "e ,
quantities of hazardous wastes from CAKE MIXES PII& Jz TOMATOES 1& cc THIGHS . 1S

th '->e types of producers. Since it is SAVI 31.-TROPICAL SAVI 30. LAND O' SUNSHINI 'U.S,D.A. INSPICTID ((9 TO 11 II. PKO
illi-gdl to dispose of hazardous FRUIT SUNBELT .Ode CITRUSPUNCH FRYER
\"iMes within the state of Florida, SSe 2 SSeDRINKS 3c
tli'''-.t- wastes! are transported to 0 6s ZE.: TOWELS K 0 0 GAL LEGQUARTERS 1&
\iii>ama or Georgia for disposal.

'iiMiuj Brochures>hout the county are which available con- SOUTH S8C SUNLIGHT DISH 99C PRESTIGE 2 SSe BUn

I'II i'i!11 1 disposal umplete and instructions a list of for exactly proII MAYONNAISE ftTIi DETERGENT 2iitL YOGURT SIZE PORK ROAST La $197

htt" considered SAVI $4.00
i items are hazarus RIOULAR or LIGHT
\vaste They are free at the City DANDY COORSBEER PORK FEET
'.iH'. Bradford orNECKBONES
County Courthouse, DOG 5 $999 6PK.$249 FOOD 99'C' 48C
' H ink and Florida Bank,
I imservalion Chairman of Junior
,v."1111'11' Club, Christie Torode,
Dented( a program on Amnesty
i'. -. ''or United Methodist Women
q Kiwanis Club of Starke. She
a slide presentation and
cred questions concerning
u'ious materials.
H: (' Services Director S
t 'I t ( hapman was on the local radio
i in this week where he was inter- P
.efl on the subject of Amnesty { 49
I and proper disposal of hazar- y HALF LB.
""' Baste.amnesty.
Days is not the ultimate OLD FASHION
iidon to Florida's hazardous TURKEY CHICKEN or
.iti-iials collection and disposal
,i, iblcms It is one tool for assessing VINNIE'SPIZZA MADISON HOUSE RED BLISSPOTATOES :
h< long term needs for a safe and POT PIES "' $Wlf 49B

I;P' ,i per i management of hazardous .
'naterials i.i the state, said Chap-
ii"an $109 .
The quality of our drinking water 71C480z$100
and natural resources tomorrow L- AVAILABLE IN
depends on each of us making the EACH BAG DELI STORES ONLYI
otiiinitment toward a clean en-
II i unment today

Amnesty October Bradford 10,11 DaysIn WINN ))1

Courthouse Parking Lot ,
9a.m. to 5 p.m.

October ," THURS. WED. America's RESERVEDWMM.IMMM .
Supermarket *TO ft MO.j
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are planning escapees a trip "over the wall" ting well before they placed so marksmanship "Practical
and 185 in the
highly in the nationals in Tampa. pressure
better learn to duck
you or you Police Combat" scenario a team
night not make it there are some marksmanship under
I ne marksmen working at UnluiiC This year the international Olym- event conditions.
J ounty Correctional Institute. pics drew 2,933 competitors, adverse"I'm sure it gave them a lot oi,Confidence
[ representing 44 states and six
foreign countries with the names of to do so well in the Nationalsthe
( UCI team came away with top
V Correctional officers at the prison such famous investigative agenciesas week-long event)/
honors in that
Scotland Yard from England and
rnipt'ted to see who were the "Top bald. "They were fired up
) 1 i uns" among ther staff in Interpol from France representingsome gunning Columbus and it showed.in
of the finest marksmen the going to
r ,arksmenship accuracy and sent a "
Bi- world's law enforcement agenciescan the results.
film participate in the Sixth UCI Pistol Team returned
muster. The competitors went
nnual International Law Enforce-
in the International
Col- head to head in over 73 various with nine medals won
ment Olympics held this year in medals in the
two gold
events to their profession,
nnus, Ohio. unique
1; ranging from archery to hand-to- Bullseye partners event;
medals for the Bullseye four-man
The local team Max Denson,RoyV hand wrestling. by 295 team partners event (Sharpshooterclass
eihind( Richard Rogers and Ken Florida was represented In ); one silver and one bronze
in the competition.
cChesney, qualified for the event participants medal in the action combat segmentand
shoters competed
bv placing well in a national compel the pistol events, 57 number of one bronze medal in the In-
held in last April for the highest
t Hion Tampa event.
dividual bullseye
lft bullseyes they coud hit during a cer-
li-feating teams from much largers tain number of shots fired at a fixed "That's fantastic, considering the
'dies to earn the right to representhe "actioncombat" number of participants they com-
state and their county in the in- target; 69 in the peted against from all over the
of the course
K'l-national, event, which is the which include segment firing in simulated"live" world," Gunning said. "We're proud
'1 diminution of many hours of practice situations in which there area to have them on the stuff here at
t and a big supply of natural "
number of "bad Buys" to hit in
,. 1._h ,- =r+... -kills.\
-i. I T -v-
"These guys are among the best
Sharpshooters... (here are." commented VCISpokt'sman SAWYER GAS

I This marksmanship team from Union County Correctional shooters from around the world. Paul "They
Institute brought home nine medals from the The team placed highly in the national competition dedicated to putting in the
International Police Olympics held In Columbus,Ohio, held earlier this year to earn a place in the International .ire very

where they pitted their skills against some of the finest competition

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BHS Reunion Students-' =:: :

; High School Your home's best friend

Years at BUS. 18961986"and ,
Every effort is being made to School haveas "Ninety including all scheduled events Bradford Union County and Keystone High School _
many Bradford High for the reunion on Friday and Satur- home safe and warm
and friends to Keep
alumni, teachers, your
day, Oct. 2425. _
the gather high for school a Get-Together building Saturday Rally at The Alumni Association is still I WE '" JOSTENS) ; with clean gas heat while saving up
exhibited dur- -
items to be
the two-day reunionof looking for ;
Oct. 25, during
all classes being sponsored by the ing the two days of the reunion. Any HAVE to 50% compared to electric
Bradford Alumni Association. items of interest will BHS RepresentativesYOUR
former and present over the past 90 years ap I" resistant heat.
teachers will be on hand, along with preciated. Call 964-8937 if you have I will be !In our store _
principals, School Board members, any items to lend, or if you want Saturday Sept. 27
parents and others interested in the more information concerning Atlanta
school since its beginning. The letters being sent. CLASS to help you make

Alumni Association invites coffee you, see to A meeting of the Alumni Associa- your selection! _
of _
have a
come by, interesting cup exhibits ondisp.laYI tion is scheduled for 7 p.m. Thurs- RING Vent-Free Gas --

the many and check the school out day, Oct. 2, at the Bradford High !!
School. For more information con- Space Heater r
with friends.
siting tact Linda Hildebran at the Middle WILLIAMS JEWELRYBradford : if'
A thousand letters are i
printed inviting everyone to the School. i Heats one or more Uii;

Square Next to Eckerds rooms V
"NINETY YEARS AT B.II.S.1896-1986" i fit
sponsored by OPEN 964-8485 No flue required, so

B.1I.S. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Mon.-Sat.900600V1BER ,x..cxwuxlwt mc)aac x.J t is 99.9% efficient .
October 2", 1986 Friday 7aaa 7a..crvx XillXXW;cx xxl crr<

You", B.H.S. Teachers 7:30: -8:10: : l
Breakfast- "We Appreciate
a.m. SEPTEMBECome $I 3 8 )
Exhibit High School Library 9:00: a.m. to 6:00: p.m. SALE
Dedication- in front of high school 12:00: noon

T Parade-1:00 B.H.S. Festival p.m.Food), drinks booths (back of high school) 2:00: See I' yWERNON :': "

? ,.Woman's'" 7OOp.m.Club Open"1 House honoring""-- *retired teachers'-,2:'00-. ;" ,.- -Ufc-. ** "D.V- I "II f llD1)M.ART'Nf )

to 4:00: p.m.-Woman's Club. .
p.m. House 12:00: p.m. to 4:00:
Santa. Fe Community College Open r Counterflow Wall

p.m.Fish Civic Center 4:00 to
Fry- Class of 1941 Kingsley Furnace
7:00: p.m.Dinner Restaurant- Classes of the 20's and
Bradford Family 60,000 BTU input
30'9.5:00; : p.m. to 8:00: p.m. \\i
"Get Together" Classes of the 20's and 30's- American Legion A Takes ceiling air and blows it past the

Hall-8:00:: 0.01. till-- floor level
Football game 8:00: p.m. Club GREAT BUY f heat exchanger down to
Classes of 1963, 1964, 1965 Starke Country '
"Get Together"
Wall thermostat control.. .
-10:00: p.m. (after game) tillOctober25Saturday-- on a "

Reunion Rally 9:00: a.m. to 11:00: a.m. high school library '84 Chevy ,U t. $498.t)

Exhibit-9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. high school library
Luncheon American Legion Hall classes of 20's and 30's-10:00a.m. : Celebrity f'..." lIillI

Luncheon, to 2:00: Western p.m. Steer-Classes of all the 1940's-1:30: p.m.to A Clean Car Air Cruise Radio V-6 Call Now and Beat the Cold Weather Rush

HRS 5:00:to p.m.Present include speakers from Menti II- Needs Ready A To Owner Roll $790000 n 1 Staub &e' aq ZOca 7e

Session on CrackIn Health Store, and Centers the, The Treatment Corner Alte Dn. OR1AN WELLS'LAKE LLI-

Gainesville"Crack natives to Street Crime. Q QI. SAWYERar
The workshop will be held at tt CHEVROLET-OLDS
Cocaine: The Problem HRS office in Gainesville, 1000 N.I! I'S .101 I N. .
and Treatment Resources" is the 16th Ave.,Conference Room F,fro n <- GAS
subject of a free presentation Fri- 8:30: to 11:30: a.m.
day, Sept. 26, at 9:30: a.m. in The meeting is open to the gener.,.!IiId 332 W. MADISON ST. PH. 964-7701

Gainesville.The public,as well as school officials ar -. ---- --- -
Gainesville office of HRS is administrators, and law enforc e- -yr ..----"o. '"
,, -
coordinating the session which will ment personnel. --- = ,

Social Security Bulletin Boat Sale
Farm Income


Self-employed farmers 1986
earning Social Security credits since of Waldo) ,
1955.Under the law,a farm operatoris IN STOCK Hwy. 301 (North
a person who farms for profit,
whether an owner-operator, part- 468-1641
ner,renter or share farmer. Prices from
Although all members of a farm Come to where it's happening!
family may contribute to the opera- $4895
tion of the farm, the person prin-
cipally responsible for farm operation NIGHT 2 Dance Floors 2 Bands!
is considered to be self- Special Prices On: LADIES

employed, and all income realized Baja Performance Boats Wednesday Stage 1 Denver
from the operation of the farm is
credited to that person. In some We Also Carry: Prices & House Drinks Stage 2 Wanted Alive

cases, however, where members of Procraft Glass Stream Spec & Sat. Nights
a family operate the farm as a part- Hydra-Sports (No cover on Wed.) Friday
nership,all can earn Social Security Alumacraft Stott Craft _. Baja

credits The:: actual based arrangement on the farm for income.Social STOP BY AND CHECK OUT OUR Friday & Saturday

Security purposes is determined by SPORT 220 w/ 454 Magnum $1.00 Cover Charge
the facts in each case. /
Farmers with net earnings of at Live Entertainment on Sunday Night
least100 a year receiveSocial NOW AVAILABLE r f Band Country Rock
Security credit for all net earningsup On the Lot Financing Ace:: ::
this is the maximum -
to$42,000 for 1986;
amount on which Social -:; NOW FEATURINGiJOUTBOARDS
Security taxes are paid.The tax rate rJ.2JMRRlIER
for self-employed persons for 1986 Is SATELLITE T.V.
a 2 percent credit
14.3 percent;
makes the effective tax rate 12.3 per Better In the Long Runt t 8 Foot Video Screen
cent. If a farmer earns wages from a

job income in addition, the wages to s.elf-employment are consideredfirst Buy Now While Selection is Great! Watch Football in Style!

Social in Security determining taxes. For payment example of, ...erCjt: 3070 Blanding, Blvd. /1 Now Open on Sunday ; t_?
if he or she has income of $42,000 or 1 |.IMII..wl.'U.w..3..1' 1 p.m. -11 p.m.
,? more;there would be no tax payableon Mlddleburg
earnings from self-employment. 282-3115
However, if the total wages are less c()l ? or
than the maximum, the farmer is >- -
self-employment Social MARINE 282.3116 -'
liable for the TACKLE &
Security tax on the difference between -
the total wages and net earn-




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Thank You extended fug Pines Care Center fOllowing an thirteen great-grandchildren all of severallears ago. He was a veteran Palatka, Florida. Mr. Dan Dodd conducting the services -
Illness. Lawtey. Army and was retired Memorial services will be held In Jones Funeral Home'',of
We want to thank the Bradford Funeral services were held Sun-' from General Motors. Dewitt C. Jones Chapel on Friday, Keystone Heights is in charge of arrangements
Hospital nurses & employees, Drs. Born and raised in Crestline OH day, September 21, 1986 at the Survivors include his daughter, September 26, at 11: 00 a.m. with .
Sundusadee, Felos &Glanas, and all Mrs. Steele moved to Tennessee andthen Highland Baptist Church with burial Darlene Williams, Indianapolis, IN; .-.
those who sent flowers. to Lawtey in 1979. She was of in the church cemetery. Rev. Ed. six brothers, Arthur Mundy,
Thanks go to those who visited the English Lutheran faith. Sheetz conducted the services. Ar- Logansport, IN, Lester Mundy,
Elde Lee, the Rev. Leroy Olive and chie Tanner Funeral Home of Starke Huron, IN, Riley & Harold Mundy,
others while she was in room 271: last Survivors include her husband, was in charge of the arrangements. Bedford, IN, Ralph Mundy, Colum-
wrek. God bless you and all yours. John E. Steele; one daughter, Mrs. bus, OH & Jessie Mundy, Daytona r
Rev. &Mrs. Walter Lee Marla Kay Walker, Lawtey; two Dorotha Florence Beach; seven sisters,Violet Dorsett,
sons, Duane Lee Steele, Wooster, MacPhersonMrs. Dayton, OH, Rosabelle Knight, 11 1 Grand Opening
James McCabe OH, & Alan Keith Steele, Livingston, Dorotha Florence MacPher Huron, IN, Lucille Kelly, Hope, IN,
James McCabe of Starke died TN; one sister, Mrs. Dorothy Miller, son, 72,of Starke died September 14, Goldie Mundy, Columbus, IN, Ilene IIII Saturday, Sept. 27
September 20 in North Carolina Galion, OH; twelve. grandchildrenand 1986 in Fairbanks Alaska. Richardson, Indianapolis, IN, Bon-
after sustaining injuries in an auto two great grandchildren., Mrs. MacPherson was born and nie Roberts, Huron, IN, & Biola IIIIt 11 a.m. to 2 n.m
accident Sept. 10. raised in Ohio and moved to Orlando Snow, Livingston, IN; two grand- .s
Survivors include his wife., Funeral services were held Fri- in 1953 and then to Starke in 1979.She sons. FREE HOT DOG & PEPSI
Mildred McCabe, Starke and stepchildren day, September 19, 1986 at the was a homemaker and a member of Funeral services will be held \i
Edward Pierce & Vera chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral the Madison! Street Baptist Church. Thursday, September 25, 1986 at 2
Wackowicz, NY and Thelma Mullen, Home with Rev. David Brown of p.m. in Memorial Chapel, Chastain \ Jnt CUNN'SlllhLf
Starke. ficiating. Burial was in Hickcock, Funeral Home
Survivors include three Mitchell, IN. Burial
Burial will be at Baskingridge, NJ GA, with Rev. L.C. Allen officiating. daughters, Mrs. Phillis Sheets,Fair will be in Huron Cemetery in Huron, GUN & PAWN
through the love and kindness of Archie Tanner Funeral Home of banks Alaska, Mrs. Kay Netter, IN under the direction of Chastain
Blanche Michak and family. Starke was in charge of ar Orlando & Mrs. Fay Etheridge, Funeral Home of Mitchell, IN. Local 176 S. Lawrence Blvd.
rangements. Starke; three sisters, Mrs. Hazel arrangements are under the direc Keystone Heights' .473-9019_
Iris Brosky Hicks Coskey, Brainerd, MN, Mrs. Vella tion of Jones Funeral Home of
Mrs. Iris Brosky Hicks, 83, died Francis, Cashmery, WA, Mrs. Starke. I -S1\ft 22 Cat. Rifle September 17, 19861'1 Nashville, TN. l\laybt'1I NormanMrs. Audria Scmidt, Babbit, MN; ten t\\G\will! comply|, *"h"""*l>d*'e 1..."..1Ioftal*
Mrs. Hicks was born in Dublin, Maybell Norman, 69, of grandchildren and fourteen great- James Curtis Cook Jr. 10 j" or a Rod & Reel (L..u.m nr inii.n
GA.Survivors Lawtey, died Thursday afternoon at grandchildren. Mr. James Curtis Cook, Jr., 22, of
include her daughter, her residence following a lengthy Illness Lake Geneva died Tuesday, Brand Name
Mary Ann Davis, Florence, AL; two Funeral services were held Mon September 23, 1986 in Shands Fishing Tackle
sons, Gene Brosky, Nashville, TN, day, September 22, 1986 at the Hospital following a sudden illness. Guns Guns Galore! .
Leonard Forrest,Jacksonville; half- Mrs. Norman was born in Clay Madison Street Baptist Church with Born in Starke on September 16, .
sister, Beulah Veness, Bradenton; Hill and moved to Lawtey at the age the Rev. Robert Gillis officiating. 1964 Mr. Cook was a lifetime resi- Live
twelve grandch.ldren and eleven of 13. She was a homemaker and a Burial was at Woodlawn Memorial dent of Lake Geneva. He was a \, Bait AvailableNow
cat-grandchildren. member of the Highland Baptist Park in Orlando. Archie Tanner painter and a carpenter. Stocking Jewelry Used N ,
Graveside services were held Church. Funeral Home of Starke was in Survivors include his parents, 1 Bear
Saturday September 21 in RiversideMemorial charge of arrangements James C. Cook, Sr. &Janet M. Cook, Archery & Merchandise
Park with Mr. Kenneth Survivors include her husband, Lake Geneva; one brother, Jeffrey i 1 Muzzleloading & Fast Cash Loans
Davis olficiating. Hardage-Giddens Albert A. Cook, Lake Geneva; grand-
Norman three
; daughters,
Guardian Chapel was in charge of Betty Starling, Jonell Norman & Leithel Opal Mundy parents, J.C. & Linnie Sharpe, Mid-
arrangements. Carol Coleman; three sons, Eugene Mr. Leithel Opal Mundy, 68, of dleburg; Dorothy Cook, McRae, FL. ci
William "Bill" Ray Norman, Paul Norman & Robert Starke died Monday, September 22,- In lieu flowers, donations may *
Norman; her mother, Zettie 1986 in Bradford Hospital after a be made to Rodeheaver boys Ranch,
Brookins Jr. Padgett; three sisters, Sara Nor- lengthy illness. I10i1
!Mr William "Bill" Ray Brookins, man, Irene Crews & Irmalee Mr. Mundy was born May 3, 1918 ,
Jr 26, of Griffin, GA, died Tuesday Knight; eighteen grandchildren and and moved to Starke from Indiana FLA.TWIN THEATRE 7 Be Wise.'
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Lake Butler woman who was Larry Cochran, O'Neil's and fled the residence confessed to the burglary of O'Neil's to the arrest report, the set.On
already incarcerated in the Union who lives in the apartment complexat purse Sept. 10, deputies went to Rig-
Lake Butler, after turning oft the lights. appartment at that time. apartment was illegally\ entered and
County Jail on another charge was 1005 SW 6th Street in 5a.m. O'Neil was unable to tell if the Bond was set at $2,500 for each 19-inch portable television set gins apartment and informed her
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arm robbery. on but after several days of recollec $20 in cash and $64 in food stamps. rest. Riggins waived her rights
of Lake knock at her front door. Grand Theft... time and confessed to stealingthe
Arlene Yvonne Riggins ting, she told deputies that the Burglary The television was taken from the that
Butler was arrested by Uj ion Coun- assailant black female who apartment and hidden on a ditch television. She did not confess to
who was there, someone was a Riggins was arrested on Sept. 10
ty Sheriff's Department personnelon Upon called asking out "Eula Bell," the'name lived in her appartment complex.The by UC Sheriff's deputies on one bank located on the east side of the taking the money or the food
one count burglary of an occupied identified as Riggins, and apartment complex.A stamps.
and friend of suspect, charge of burglary of a dwelling
of neighbor each
bat- a Bond set at $2,500 on
dwelling with assault or a witness identified as Lavelle was
O'Neil started to had previously given deputies one count of grand theft.
tery and one count of strong arm Mrs. O'Neil. When she identifiedas sworn statement saying she had According to arresting officer Lt. Jones stated that a black female he charge, a total of $5,000. Total bond
robbery open black the door male a person or female snatchedher witnessed the incident and had identified Larry Cochran, Mrs. Mickie identified as Riggins told him the of both incidences is $10,000. said
a and took the alledged perpetrator.After Brooker of the apartment complexat location of the television and wantedto Investigator Larry Cochran
At the time the arrest report was glasses from her non. the Tuesday, Sept. 16, that it is believed
hold. being arrested for a 1005 SW 6th Street, Lake Butler, sell him set.
filed, Riggins was in the Union Coun- Mrs. O'Neil assailant in a dragged choke O'Neil into related crime and incarcerated, reported on Tuesday, Sept. 9, that The set was recovered and extensive Riggins planned to use money gain-
from a The to buy"crack"
stemming from the burglaries
ty Jail on charges the bedroom and threw her on the Riggins was informed that there was her apartment had been burglarizedat invetigation of further evidence ed
previous According incident.to arresting officer Lt. _bed,puching her face into the pillow. probable cause\ for her arrest in this sometime between 11 a.m..u unrrr"'''.ell".1 f RiRgins had actually cocaine.

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Brooker Man Dampier, 72, shot Keuning when Harvey was already serving a Traffic Otis William Waldron of Hamptonwas driving while license suspended
Keuning came to his home uninvitedand 45-year sentence for armed robbery, Robert Powell of Starke was ar- arrested Sept. 20 for DUI, (DWLS); fined$101.25.Antonette .
Killed in DeLand threatened Dampier.In aggravated assault and other felony; restti; Sept. 21 for driving under In- DWLS, according to Trooper D. C. M. Berry pled guilty
A University of Florida student 1982 Dampier was attacked by charges. fluence (DUI), according to Roberts. Bond was set at $1,150, he operating vehicle with restricted
I died early Sept. 23 when he was Keuning.Dampier said he feared for Johnson was serving a 15-year Patrolman Russell. Powell's blood was released on his own driver's license; must produce valid
I his life since that attack. sentence for armed robbery. recognizance. license. '
struck in DeLand
by a train alcohol content was .20 percent.
31 arrested June Gerald B. Smith pled guilty allowing
Keuning, ,was 17
David Thomas Fussell, 22 of Russell was released after a $362.50
Brooker died after he was struck bya 1982 and charged with aggravatedbattery surety bond was posted. Traffic Court FinalsIn unauthorized person costa to drive;
after he allegedly struck ordered to pay 125 court :
northbound Seaboard freight trainat Dampier with a hammer after pull- Recent ArrestsIn Bradford CountyThe Jack R.Wright pled guilty 110 valid
1:15: a.m., according to Sgt. Jake Walter R. Bowers, 26, of Jackson- driver license (NVDL) must
ing him from tractor SR-100 ; pro-
a on
Ehrhart of the Volusia County south. Bradford CountyThe ville was arrested Sept. 20 for drivIng following defendants appeared duce 1icense.Wright .
Sheriffs Office. while license before Judge George H.
suspended pled guilty no tag orderedto
A former mental following arrests were madein ;
patient, Keuningwas
Fussell the train to Patrolman K. Pierce in Bradford County Traffic
was standing on sentenced to six months to Bradford County by local (DWLS),according pay $25 costs.,
tracks at the intersection of a R.Hinds,Jr.He was released after a Court Sept. 16. Donald E. Brantley pled guilty no
mental authorities.
the court after he
Beresford Road in DeLand when he hospial by $210 cash bond was posted. James P. Gibbs pled guilty no tag; tag; produced valid tag, case
found not of insanity
was guilty by reason -
was hit. The investigation is continu- was ordered to pay $25 court costs. dismissed. .
for Varaschi Ravonnickel Pernell 18
the 1982 ,
ing, said Ehrhart. charge. of Starke was arrested Sept. 17 for Fistroy Mantel Henry, 28, was arrested Gibbs pled guilty improper or unsafe Pamela V. Brice pled guilty no
aggravated assault, carrying a con- Sept. 17 for no valid driver's equipment; ordered 'J pay $25 tag; ordered to pay $25 costs.
license, according to Patrolman court costs.Crawford.
Raiford 6-Year-Old Man ArrestedFor cealed weapon and loitering and pro- Marc Devereaux. He was released K. Adams pled guilty $_ Pag 12BLee's
Injured In AccidentA Assault With Axe wling, according to Patrolman Ray after a $105 cash bond was posted.
Shuford and William Russell. Bond > 1-'- -w e e e e e e e Sae -

six-year-old Raiford boy was Timothy Wayne Kirchalne of was set at$1,500, he was released on Walter J. Padelford, 22, of Starkewas '
hospitalized over the weekend after Hampton was arrested Sept. 22 for his own recognizance. arrested Sept. 21 for no tag 1I I I
he Butler.ran into a moving car in Lake aggravated assault, according to Joe Lynn Woodruff, 34, of Lake CI- refusing to sign a citation and i r' Restaurant :
Marshal Simmons. Kirchaine is possession of cannabis, according to
James Long was injured at about charged with sending his dog after ty and Mark C. Ellis of Middleburg Patrolman Shuford. He was released ,::rJ & Lounge 1'1
6:30: Friday when he from were arrested Sept. 15 for grand t
p.m. ran Ricky Hawkins. Hawkins got the dog after a $409.75 surety bond was i
the parking lot of a S &: S Quick Stop off him, picked up a rifle and shot theft, according to Sgt. Sammy posted. iI
Eunice. charged In the American Seafood and Steak.
They were I
in Lake Butler on SR-100. according the dog.Kirchaine then picked up an I
to Trooper Kenneth Ethrldge.Long axe and chased Hawkins through theft of three motor bikes from Col- All orders come with soup and fried rice or French fries

a car ran traveling into the west right on, rear SR-100 doorof at town Bond, according was set to at the$1,000 arrest, he record.was umbis recovered County.at the A time motor of their bike arrest.was I L 1. Fried Shrimp (121 pc mad.shrimp) .. ... .. ... ::3.95 I

about 35 mph. A parked tractor- released on his own recognizance. Woodruff and Ellis were released to I L2. Fried Cod or Catfish ... . .. .. ...... t
trailer parked on the east: shoulderof Columbia County authorities.
the road In front of the store pro- I I 113. US Choice Ribeye Steak (0/2n) .. . 3.95 III 1 1t
bably blocked the boy's view and Inmate GetsAdditional Thomas Gerald Alderman, 25, of
that of the driver, Duane Archer, 22, TimeIn Hampton was arrested Sept. 17 for t L4. Fried Froglegs & Cod or Catfish ... 4.50 I II
of Lake Butler. No charges carrying a concealed weapon and '
were L5. Steak & Fried Shrimp . . 5.95
brought against Archer, said StabbingA resisting an officer without violence, I . .
Ethridge. 22-year-old prison inmate was according to Patrolman Marc rrr. iJ This Week's Special I '
Long was flown by ShandsCair. He sentenced last week in Union County Devereaux He was released after a
was released Sept. 22 from Shands, Circuit Court to 18 additional years $525 cash bond was posted. American Seafood and Steak I
according to a spokesperson. for killing another inmate. I All orders come with soup or salad, fried rice and French fries

Three ArrestedAt guilty Horace last Harvey week of, Jr.second was degree found Sept.Howard 21 for F.disorderly Norman was conduct arrested, according I I SW1. Steak & Shrimp .. .. .. . .. .. *8.95
VideoThe murder of Davie Lee Johnson.A killing to Lt. John Dempsey. Bond I ((3/4 lb. US Choice Ribeye and 1/2 lb. Medium Shrimp)

Lawtey his defense attorney said should was custody.set at $500, he remains In I SW2.' Fried Shrimp & Snow Crab ... .... '8.95 I
Bradford County Shriff's Of- been ruled 'excusablehomicide'
have Carpet Is dependable and long I ((1/2 lb. and 3/4 lb. Snow Crab)
fice, after receiving complaintsfrom or at worst,
the citizens of Lawtey, arrested manslaughter.According Clyde Sumner, Jr., 20, of Starke the lasting.fact This so many has been hospitals proven and by I SW3. Alliqator Steak & Fried Shrimp .. $9.95 I II
the owner and two employeesof to testimony, Johnson was arrested on a capias Sept. 20 (World Season Popular Seafood and 1/2 )
homes have
charging burglary, assault and bat nursing successfully
a video store. stabbed Harvey in the back earlierin I
Carl Griffis, owner of Pic-A-Flick the evening after Johnson became tery, according to Deputy Doug using carpet for some Chinese Food I
Video,was charged Sept. 22 with two drunk on 'buck', a wine inmates York. He was released after a $1,000 years. I All orders come with soup, egg roll and fried rice
counts distributing obscene make secretly with orange juice. surety bond was posted. Carpet In an emergency room In
material and two counts of permit- Harvey disarmed Johnson and later a medium size hospital has to I CW1. Cashew Chicken . . . .. .. ? 6.50
ting another to distribute obscene returned to kill Johnson with a nail- Annette Chinal Lee, 19, of Starkewas withstand hundreds of thousandsof I II
material, according to Deputy Doug studded piece of wood.. arrested Sept. 22 on a capias footsteps annually. It Is a fact I CW2. Imperial Shrimp . .. . . . .. 8.50
York. Griffis was released after call for 22 to 27 charging forgery of a bank check
The guidelines a that good carpet can stand up CW3. Orange Flavored Beef .. 9.50
$4,000 cash bonds were posted. years sentence. Judge Stan Morris and uttering a forgery, according to I (Hot spicy)
under this kind of abuse.
Friday, Sept. 19, Griffis' daughter said he reduced the new sentence to Deputy York. Lee turned herself in
Linda, 18, and daughter-in-law, 18 years because of the extreme pro- to the sheriff and was released on We stock a wide variety of
Margaret Ann Griffis, 31, both vocation. her own recognizance. carpet.We can provide carpet fora I '4 Chinese FoodFeaturing I II
employees of the store, were ar commercial building, or the home.
rested on capias charging And, we have an extensive price I : I II
distributing obscene material and range from which to choose.
permitting another to distribute I } Mandarin Szechuan
obscene material, according to Investigator
Hunan Cuisine
David Aderholt. Both Teal Tile I
were released after $2,000 surety I
bonds were posted.According & Carpet
to Assistant State Attorney 800 N. Temple Avenue Starke I
Thomas Elwell, distributorsin 131 N. Cherry St. I
Bradford County will continue to vr 964-6601 I
Starke Florida
be until all obscene
Open 7 Days A Week .
material has been removed from 964.7423 .." .
their stores. I Open for Lunch: 10:30: Ja.m.; 3:00: p.m. ,

Bradford Grand Jury I Open for Dinner: 3:00: p.m.10:00: p.m. I II

Sunday 12 Noon 9:00:
; p.m'1 I
Returns No True Bill i __
- -- rUBTERIfB -+ - - .
The Bradford grand jury returneda
no true bill Sept. 3 in the death of
Albert Siebe Keuning.The .
grand jury found no probablecause

of a crime being committedwhen
Keuning was shot June 29 by _
R. C. 'Pee Wee' Dampier.





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ed. $8900. 964-8484. 9/11 tfnchg BRADFORD LIMEROCK
1977 WEDDING DRESS like new-six 45.
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964-8083. away. Phone 100-Forsyth Rd. 964- 287. 9/25 Itchg c1rwilkarREALTY
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tfnchg 3,000 acre lake, \V, hours north of tfchg 2.36" Prehung Insulated metal outside
1911 OLDS CUTLASS PS, PB AC PW, Atlanta. 1 ((404)) 276-2681 or 1 ((404)) STORE Doublewlde BOUGHT Furniture for sale at doors $60 each. 2.36" prehung storm
AM/FM located
Excellent Home
toss cond. Very 6354397. fcan 86-293
doors $30 each
clean 782-3242 after 5 p.m. 9/25 Itpd DIVERSIFIED 327 ACRES,' Southeast North on 301 Lawtey, Fla. (this Is not FOUR 964.8734.9/25ltchg
1979 DODGE ASPEN PS, PB, AC radial Alabama. 125 acres cultivation. 60,000 trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg WALKER and Blue Tick pups. 5 ,
tire. Ph. 964-3211 after 6 p.m. 9/25 lb. peanut allotment. Approx. $7,000 INSULATED OR STORM WINDOWS months Itpd old. $60 each. 468-1829. 9/25
2tpd 10/2 custom made ft Installed Homes
annual Income. Deer, turkey. Pond TWO PHONE 964-7776
BEAGLES. / old.
ItM STANZA AC. PS, AT, creek. Balance woodland marketable Beautiful of N. Fla., 9646766. S/1TF 9/23 yrs. 7823058.
radlo/castette, power windows, all timber 122750. Terms. United Farm MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa. Itod __ 205 N. Temple. Starke
$14.99 month. Call 964-6946. tfn CecellaTerwillegar
extras. $3,800. Call 473-2951. 9/25ltpd P.O. Box 755 Troy Alabama 36081. per SCHOOLSSEMI
1971 AMC HORNET 6-cyl.. good CHEVY 4x4 PARTSi V ton, anything you
((205)) 566.1870 or ((205)) 735-2442. Icon
transportation $400. 9648969. 9/25 86297. need--Axles, front or rear auto
2tpd 10/2 transm., transfer cases 2 different DRIVER TRAINING. Earn Big Bucks- Today and always may God bestow his love on you.
1915 MONTE CARLO loaded excellent types" : spring lift blocks, big U bolts. Drive Big Truck! D.O.T. Certification
cond. Take over lease payment of BUSINESS Call 964-S812. TFce Local and National Job Placement

$300 month for 3 yn. 9648284. 9/25 OPPORTUNITIESOWN NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. Assistance Correspondence/Resident

Itpd Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great Training. Eligible Institution for Financial --..-..----..SPECIAL.. ..... ..-..----.---..-
1911 MAZDA GLC need work $600. for patching and repairs TELEGRAPH Aid. Guaranteed Student Loans SAMPSON LAKE LOTS OWNER FINANCED! FINE LOTS.
Call 782-3433 after 4 9/25 YOUR OWN $10.99 one price 135 W. Call St. 9646305. Call 1 ((800)) 2828165. UNITED TRUCK
1975 FORD 100 4X4 p.m., 1978 Itpd Dodge designer shoe store. A retail price CHICKEN HOUSE MATERIAL 1 group $5 MASTER Resident Training: Tampa FL prox 103'x770' Selling price $18,900 ea. $2,000 down, monthly
Diplomat and one small boat unbelievable for quality shoes normal. per foot. 1 group $3 per foot 96 .6182 Icon 86-294 payment approx. $220. ((10% for 10 years)
w/traller. Call after 4 p.m. 9645376. ly priced from $19 to $60. Over 150 or 9645823. tIn --- -.-.....---.--........- .-...--

9/23 Itpd brand names 250 styles. $14,300 to HALF PRICEIII! flashing arrow signs HOMES EASY TO ENJOY.Brick, 3BR, 1 Yt BA, CH/A, large Family room
$23,900 Inventory fixtures, $2691 Lighted, $2591.unlighl.d .
1941 ROADMASTER training non-arrow
BUICK 1953
SuperBulck FOR SALE with fireplace, formal living & dining room, utility room Access
great for the handy man that grand opening. Can combine with over $2291', free letters I full factory
wants to restore antique cars. $1,000 1,000 brands of apparel, accessory warranty. Limited time only. See to beautiful Crystal Lake.

each or both for 1800. 9648827. 9/25 dancewear/aeroblc children shop. locally. Call todayl 1 800 423-0163. THREE BEDROOM BRICK HOME, CH/A. 2 INSTANT LIVING COMPLETELY FURNISHED 1981 Guerdon
Can open 15 days. Mr. Loughlln' ((612)) anytime Icon 86.296
Itchg Ba., LR/DR fireplace, breakfast room doublewide-Sampson Lake Access $35,000.
8884228. 9/25 WOOD STOVES AND
1 1913 HONDA CIVIC, 5 speed good condo game room. 560 Glendale St
? HOME OF YOUR OWN I 13/1 Cedar 15
Inside & out. $4,500. 9645378. 9/25 OWN YOUR OWN Jean-Sportswear Florida's largest selection. Ver- 964.5468.313 TF shingle on lovely acres.

Itchg ladle apparel children/maternity mont Castings, Consolidated Out- 319 ST. CLAIR ST., 3 Br., 1 Ba.. fully 45000.
large sizes, ,petite, don .w.ea /a..Cblcor :.? chwest and much more. Everything you assumable 8'/i % first mtg. CH/A. UNCROWDED LIVING) 2/1 Frame cottage on five nice lots-
accessories store joraacne, Chic. need to Install. Well worth the trip to 33500. Call 96 -4718 after 6 9/11 Lake
MOTORCYCLESHONDA Lee, Levl, Izod Gltano Guess, Calvin Gainesville. The Wood Stove and 3tpd 9/25. p.m Kingsley Village $30,500.

Klein Servlo Valente, Evan Plcone, LizClaiborn. Fireplace Center. 2031 N.W. 6th St. 2 BR OWNER FINANCING-Low down pay. GET AWAY TO LIVING-CB home with 2.25 acres CH&A with

350X, three wheeler brand ., Members Only Gasoline Gainesville Toll Free 1-800-524-2673. ment. Near hospital. Best offer, Ph. approx. 1,456 sq. ft. SE 34th Ave.
new. 413.2214.8/7 tfnchg Healthtex over 1000 others. $14,300 to 9/186tch9 10/23 9647910. 9/18 tfnchg I STYLED FOR THE TIMES-Cedar board and batten, fireplace
$25,900 Inventory, training fixtures, BRYANT FORCED AIR FURNACE propane 47.900NO QUALIFYING--Picture
YARD grand opening etc. Can open 15 days 75.000 BTU per hour. Complete $150. 3 BR, 2 full bath CH/A wall to pretty wall- range, refrig., d/w CH/A, fenced yard, city water & sewer,

SALES Mr. Keenan ((305)) 678.3639.9/25 Itpd 533.2944 9/18 2tchg 9/25 carpeting, fireplace, large Indoor approx. 1,456 sq. ft., Assum mortgage, $58,500.
OWN YOUR OWN beautiful high volumeone HUNTERS SPECIAL Pop-up camper storage utility room huge 500 ft. lot. SO YOU WANT THE FINEST-Handsome cedar & stone In
GARAGE SALEi SE 26th Ave. Sept. 27 S price $19.99 shoe store ladies- sleeps six with air $1000. Call 964.8250 Will consider
28. 8 am 5 pm. 925 Itpd childrens-rnens. All first quality mere after 3:30.,: 9/18 2tchg 9/25 10/2 option. 1.737.1265.91252tpd Lakewood with access to Crosby Lake. Over 3,000 sq. ft., 4 BR i

YARD SALE Clothes & misc. Items, 9 am chandise. Nationally known brands: HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE? Suffer no LAKE GENEVA ESTATES-Don't ml. out 2 BA, LR, DR, kitchen with eating area, family room with

til ?? 801 N. Thompson St. 9/25 Itpd Bass, Nike Caplzeo, Candles, Joyfoot morel l Scientific breakthrough I Doctor on this beautiful cypress S brick home fireplace, fans In most rooms, CH&A sky lights, patio, doubt |
CARPORT ft YARD SALE Everything must Vlvlana, Jol.'n., Visions, Paollnl, Evan recommended on Television. Results
3 BR, 2 BA that has it all. Pretty yard garage sun porch, over an acre of land $97,000.
go our prices or yours. Over-stock Picon., La Gear. Pro Keds and guaranteed I $22.95 for months supply. with
many sprinkler $74.900 with
ceramics Sat. Sept. 27. 515 Alton Rd. 8 more. $26,900 Includes beginning Call Ed for details ((904)) 486. 257. fcan good terms Call system.475-3121 or 473-4903. IDEAL HOME FOR LARGE FAMILY-S.E. 24th Ave. (off Rd. 100 I

am til ?? 96 .5602. 9/25 Itpd Inventory-trolnlng-flxtures, gron- 86.300 Mr. Waters 9/25 Hod East) 2.7 ac., 5 BR, 3 BA, living room dining room, kitchen [

FRI. S SAT. behlne Pine Level Baptist dopenlng promotions. Self service or LOWRY GEN. ORGAN. walnut bench eat-in area or study, den, office, all appliances, drapes, large
Church. A little bit of everything. 8 am full service store. Call anytime for this ,music like new $800., 5HP Go-car1. 2 BR FRAME HOUSE and 15 acres. Off 125
til 3 pm. 9/25 Itpd unique opportunity. Prestige fashions $350. Call 473.2951 9/25 Itpd In Lawtey. Ph. 782.3743.9/25 2tpd 10/2 attractive deck overlooking a quarter acre fish pond with fish I IeA

FRI. i SAT sewing machine, record 501-329-2362. Itpd HOLSTEIN COW due to have first calf In U.S. GOVERNMENT REPOl no money JOY TO LIVE IN: Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH/A, 3 BR, 2 BA,

player, books, coffee table, clothes, $21,000 MONTHLY. Need key person this Deember. Ph. 964.6705 or 9644042. down, low closing cost, 804 spacious LR with fireplace gracious Fla. room, utility room,

misc. Items. 627 N. Walnut St. 7:30: am area. Motivated! Work with highest 14FT TRAVEL TRAILER, sleeps 4 comfor Westmoreland St, Bass Country Realty skylights, 2 utility bldgs., privacy fence. 44000.
6:30 9/23 tchg 6982511. 9/25 4tpd 10/16
pm. the
paid people In world. National tably. Refrigerator, stove & shower.
SAT. 8 SUN., Sept. 27 A 28. all day. Television support. Call for recorded Gas or electric. $1.000.964-7565.9125 BARGAIN OF THE YEAR-BROOKER-Extra nice one blk from

Furn., clothes, square dance dresses, message. Ed ((305)) 2606858. fcan U-'PICk PEAS-white acre, cream 8, LOG HOMES.Over 40 rustic models to school-1500 sq. ft. of excel liv. space-only 8 yrs. old-
slips, all colors, shoes, dishes, baby 86299. choose from. Send for FREE
cream and several varieties $3 and $6bushel CH&A-$43,000. VA assum. mtg. of $35,000 at 9'You can
Items, books, cosmetology Items, BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES
lamps. 1 ml. east of hospital on 230. located on Lester Johns Road Route One Box 84CF, Moss, TN :38575. get into this home for approx. $6,0001
(SR 235)) A.B. Whitehead
BOATS Jr. Call
9/25 Itpd 964.5630 after dark 1 tchcj, 9/25 ((800)) 231-3693. (fcan 86.292 AN INVITATION TO SPACIOUS LIVING-Corner Orange & Pratt
SEPT. 27 ft 28, 9 3. Baby Items, men 3 Br. 2 Ba. CH&A LR DR & screened In
I -------------------------- family room patio.
women S children. clothes, household 19S4 MASTER CRAFT SKI BOAT EKU..U.ZUKZDUFAULKNER
powerslot ii : i
HOME FOR FAMILY ENJOYMENT-Lovely brick, colonial home
Items S lots 301 N. Adams I
more. to St., loaded. Gray A blue, excellent
turn left, go to Olive St., turn right, big cond., garage kept. 473-2214. 8/7 I off Geiger Rd.4 bedrooms 2 baths-approx. 2700 sq. ft10.09 |
green house on left. 9/25 Itchg tfnchg acres-many amenities.

I 4 FAMILY GARAGE SALE 1300 Pratt St. I THE GREAT GET-A-WAYi We are proud to offer a handsome I

Friday Household Sept.Items 26., stereo 8 am air- till conditioner ?? LAND FOR SALELOT 1 1I H Located Hwy 301.1 Blk S. of St. Rd. 100 brick & cedar home on 37Vs acres, 4 BR 2'/i' bath, plus a nice

Atari stand curtains, dishes I barn energy efficient, 133000. Ideal for horses.

and many more Items. 9/25 Itpd IN CITY 6000. Call 964.5764; after I 964.5069 WALK TO EVERYTHING! 1032 E. Call St., 3 BR, l'/s bath,
CARPORT SALE, 1008 Clark St., Fri. S S, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn
Sat. Oct. 3 S 4. Ladles, children, baby 7 ACRES M/O/L with septic well A 200 I $45,000. Extra large lot.

f ft junior clothing. etc. 9/25 1tpd_ ? amp pole on Laura Church Rd. 23000. I Susan M. Faulkner, GRI, CRB 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd,
I YARD S"'LI'Lawt.y Methodist Church, Ph. 692-2464: no collect calls. 9/182tpd Owner will finance $82,322. A smart Florida Investment.
Saturday 9-4. 9/25 I tpd 9/,25 INVESTORS: 438 Acres In South Bradford County. Partially I
YARD SALE Sat. A Sun. 10.5. 1031 S. 1 ACRE OF LAND with well septic tank
Eastwood Drive, directly In front of power pole. $7,000. Call 431.1733.9/25 RESIDENTIAL [ subdivided, highway frontage, close to school $1,000 per |

Southslde School. 5th house on right. Itpd *COUNTRY LIVING In this Immaculate 3 BR, 2 BA on 1 acre and pool. I acre. Hardwood trees. Developer's dream)

9/25 1 ttchg IMMACULATE I 3 BR, 2 BA, doublewide home with one acre and many extras 1 PRIME EXECUTIVE OFFICES ON US 301 near Edwards Rd.

3 FAMILY YARD SALE. Full Go.peMI.\ COMMERCIAL PROPERTY I Seven thousand four hundred forty six sq. ft. In Bldg. with 150'
.Ion Church 100 W. at New River. 10
am until ?? Friday. 9/25 1 Itpd RENT/LEASE Available.WALDO AREAImmaculate masonary home. Price |lust reduced. Financing I on Hwy 301 by 254' deep. Parking space for 30 cars. $199,0001

Sophmore MADISON STREET, 2 BR, 1 BA fix up. Reduced to $17,200. ....PREFERRED PROPERTIES....
ford Square Shoppvg Center. Saturday
Sept. 27. 93. Itnc NORTHWEST CORNER OF Call A Thompson *PULLET FARM with 37 acres. Nice home and extra mobile home on land. NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Club-for development.

GARAGE SALE Sot. 10/4. 9 am tll ?? Streets: 2 story masonry" building. BROILER FARM nice home, nicest pool In area. SIX ACRES-Great Buy-Primitive Baptist Church Rd. 12000.
LAND, 20 and 25 acre parcels south of Starke. May consider splitting into
Business and Professional Women'sClub Clyde W. Simpson. 3566849. 4/IOTF I
*BROOKER-Trailer 14' x 56' plus lot 100' x 10020000.
corner of Walnut A Madison St., 3 RETAIL STORES for lease, Highway 301 smaller parcels Financing available.
next door to Badcock Furniture Store. South. 473-3627 Oi' 9648848. 5/8TF *LAND-2'/s Acres just off Hwy 225 7500. Owner financing .HI & DRY14.05 Ac., 2 wells, septic tank 35000.

9/2nc LAND-27 Acres, priced below $1.200 per acre. I NEAR LAKE ALTO-Ten acres-$10,000. Excellent buy.

BEAUTIFUL LAND with pecan trees at $2,000 per acre. On Edwards Road. WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre $15,000.
FLORIDA CARPET CLEANING & DYE Ca--: EDWARDS ROAD, 3,500 sq. ft. with 5BR 4 BA fireplace, colonial style homeon
PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or will divide.
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED Er7M' 6 acres priced to sell. Call Irene 964.5069 or 964-5142: evenings.
< .. -'> JUST OUT OF CITY LIMITS. Hwy 16 W. Cozy: BR, 1 BA frame. Ben Franklin I SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine acres, 2 wells 3 septic tanks.
"Quality Work low low prices $1/93 heater Ig. family room. Price m, mid 30's. | FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club $90,000.

(Any Room & Hall) . . . . . . I E Scotchgard Available COUNTRY LIVING on 3/4 acre 4 BR, 2 BA, fireplace, nice shaded lot. Low 1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East $7,700.
In and re-dyeing of wall to wall furniture cleaning
Specializing cleaning carpet 40's. .
| *2 BUILDINGS ON CALL ST.-Both for $40,200.
and offer bids on commercial work. *WE HAVE ACREAGE starting from $1,175 acre ft up. All sizes. .
3 LOTS each 50' x 100' all for 7000.
Senior Citizen Discount No mileage charge Free advice
LOVELY 4 BR. 2 BA In city, Chain link fence 55000.
Call 964-4997 Call YOU HAVE TO SEE THIS to appreciate all the nice things such as large family CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' x 385' $17,000.
? ? ? fireplace formal LR S DR, bedrooms, nice baths, landscapedyard. |
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210 n II. Choc yellow pages in towel'phone book ItarkaBradlorditracharga eKINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: 2 lots 65'x130' $2,750 ea.
All Wok Ouaranlaaa ChambarolCnnmiarca 2,500 sq. ft. living area. Call for a showing.WE .
+ HAVE SOME nice building lots available. After Hours

le + HWY 301 FRONTAGE w/nice building suitable for almost any commercial Pauline Randolph 964.6323
use. Over one acre lot. Owner will split.
FLORILAND 2 Retail SpacesFor
*" POSITIVE CASH FLOW on this 2 u nt, apt, room to finish, a third unit. Owner Randy Cory 475-2597

REALTY Lease financing. x Anne Terwillegar Nelson 473.7541

1,000 1,250 & 2,750 sq. h. *LOTS JOIN COUNTRY CLUB. Over 2 acres each.
964.7700 *3 BR, I'/i BA HOME, convenient location, priced In 30'$.
Hwy 301 S.
393 N. Temple Ave. ,', 1.7 ACRES Lawtey area. Owner "financing available.
Vernle P. Odom Broker-GUI 9648848. SAMPSON LAKE LOT Only 13000. Call today. Owner anxious! ...

Jeanie Gagnon I *2 ACRES on SR 16 East. Can be divided. Tim's Custom Cabinets .1..J

Eve.-964-9414 Realtor Associate BEAUTIFUL 3 BR, 2 BA, overlooking Crystal Lake. i

BEAUTIFUL 3 BR, 2 BA, cedar home overlooking Sampson Lake. New Construction Remodeling -
BRICK HOME 2 acres plus, 3 BR, 2 CRYSTAL LAKE HOME SITES *VERY NICE 1 BR 1 BA. Lots of extras carport screened porch fenced. *THe Ceilings' f
BA on Lake Sampson. Good fishing. Beautiful brick veneer 4 BR, 2 BA on 2 LAKE SAMPSON WATERFRONT LOT- 140 x 143. Owner financing. Cabinets

Access to 2 lakes. Must see to ap large lots sitting close to lake, ",3 BR, 2 BA mobile home on Hwv 16 West. free Estimates 111
90000. Call Tim Thompson
preciate.MIDDIEBURG. AREA 3 BR, 2 BA on oW. PRATT ST.t 3/1. CH/A, stove. .' :nn:: : :naaaaIZaa:3ZZuaa:: ;: :: :: :: : :: : : : :: ::. .1 ...- 964.4380 Shop 964.6238 Eves __- rFl

/. acre. refrlg., microwave oven ceiling fan. _
o 4 ACRES 166 feet on 225A. Owner $38.500.

will finance. IAWTEY AREA Gorgeous 3 BR 2 l( OWNER FINANCED AWAY FROM THE CRC' -.

elll ACRES Good Hunting. Owner BA, brick veneer over 2,000 sq. ft. ftyy o h Doublewide on 3.5 acres. 275 US You will Icve the privacy this
Interior decor that be I "I
will finance. must seen toappreciate
$30,000. home offers. 4 Br., 3 Ba.. 2,100
.101 Frontage
LOTS ZONED FOR TRAILERS 9.74 acres & much more. t
Graham area St. Rd. 100 A Lowtey. Price nego.HISTORIC..L. ''Broker. LAWTEY AREA Br. home on sq. ft. plus an extra large

o 4 ACRES PLUS St. Rd. 100. Nearer I PROVIDENCE 135 acre / Call usl 31'acres, city water. A Real garage. Many other outstanding

to Keystone form with lovely large brick home hinhin of Buying orSellingl Buy. features on 1.76 acres. IN CITY.

GOOD BLDG. LOTS City water A with all ammonifies Ige. pecan 964-4522 DAViDt MSA FRAME HOME In excellent BEAUTIFUL DOUBLEWIDE
sewer, Joining Green Acres trees, has 4 MH rentals, 2 stocked : ; PODGE, on
j fish ponds near 1.75 and 441. STAHKE FL.! condition on 1 '/ acres. Between 10 acres. 3 Br., 2 Ba. Let us show

FARM Approx. 22.5 acres with 3 South 301. Plaza. r Starke & Lake Butler. you this one. You'll LOVE it.

BR, 1 BA, MH. 2 Ige. barns plus tractor SANTA FE LAKE ACCESS- MINI-FARM Between Starke

\'ED RE.-1l & equip Many extras. Open Mon thru frl. Excellent getaway home Call and Lake Butler. 4 Br., 2 Ba.,
T LAWTEY AREAl 3 BR, 1 BA 1 acre 1:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
s OF STARKE / 39000. Set. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. r for more information. CH&A on 8 acres. Extras: Large

16408 S. Walnut (Hwy. 301 S.) BROOKER AREA Over 1,800 sq. ft. BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM BUILT CB building and large pole barn.

P.O. Box 861 of formal country living with all am- [Appraisals for Residence form Commercial 8usinss J HOME-Archltect designed-Brick
964-8447 menltles plus 4.5 acres. HEIGHTS AREA 4 Br 4 Ba, 3,200 plus ft. of lux acres one
SARATOGA Retail Available: with
Space parcel possibilities.Over3,000fthighwayfrontage..
S. Ave.
on with
10 ACRES In Strawberry across from school 3 BR 2 BA C/B Well kept 3 Br., 1 Ba., home with OnNovembeht urlous living"A"7fti/.fil many .

Acres $30,000. recently remodeled. new roof, CH&A & many extras.. South 301 Plata amenities. acres Approx. 3,900 .t. adjoining

9 ACRES-48R 1 BA block HAMPTOMi 4 BP, 1 BA Priced for quick sale. OWNER FINANCED! Starke Golf & Country Club.

house with owner financing $18.SOO---Approx. It acres one 329 2 BR Apartment GRACIOUS COUNTRY LIVING
$67,000. only $23.000 OWNER FINANCED Owner For Lease In this 3 Br, 1 Ba, brick I home on Timber valued INVESTMENT.tv. at over $200 !"a
HWY 1001. Approx. / with old A SOLID
acre reduced price on 3 homes In ci
14.5 ACRES-HIgh & dry. house $7,000. 3.64 acres Many Many world of t
enJoyment In this 4
q 2 S TORY BLOCK HOUSE, close RENTAL INCOME PROPERTY Priced from $20,900 to Acres & Building Lots amenities Take a look for 2 Ba, Fm Rm Llv. rm., Din. Rm.,

to town on paved road. WALNUT ST.I 4 Plax plus 2 BR, 1 BA, 28900. 1,5,10and20acreparcell yourself, Only $53,000. and

Owner financing $32,500. MH. 78x210 lot with parking garage, DOUBLEWIDE on 4.87 acres, 3 Starting at $1,000 per acre HOME BEAUTIFULi $75.2oo-on sewing rm. more within
400 ft.
2.5 ACRES In Hollister (Owner BA EDWARDS, plus 3 BR ROAD, I BA DUPLEX frame. Shopping 8 BR, 3 Br., 2 Ba., CH&A, fireplace extra Let Us Help You two acres, 3 8r" ::2 80.. 1700 Iq. =11.000..q. REDUCED TO

financing), $6,900. close by. nice, owner anxious. ft., CH/A, many amenities .
& US 301 -2 LARGE HOMI.ln city on ape
CORNER SR 18 core
2 LOTS Lake Hampton Oaks. MATHEWS REALTY EDWARDS ROAD private but ners 1 parcel 14.87 acres 1 NICE BRICK MOMH wi.a t good prox, 9 acre. 4 Br, 2 Ba, CH&A
Frontage on 301. $10,000 441 Madison 3 Br 1 1/2 Ba.
1 neighborhood. 1900 plus| f jt a$ um, mtg.
convenient. 3 Br., 2 Ba., on parcel 55 plus acres. Only 19 tq
each (terms). Starke FL 32091tKALTOK $32,300.
w/carport. .
acre CH&A double carport. miles to Gainesville 6 miles to
FRED SACKETT Broker fl)fI 4446ssoc. ) Call for Starke. We Invtta Inquiries On Our Other Properties
\ llnrold Rpps !116.j.6616'T >( appointment.



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LINK FENCE: Installed Free
estimates Fence Co.Owner .
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
thly, .fflcl.ncyaportm.nt., 1 or 2 BR,
Mobile Homes and for
spaces rent. Reddish. 1984 DESTINY MH with fireplace.
Tommy 964.8559Ifn I
call 4732919. 9/4 tfnchg to the Lake Region Monitor office
I Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors windows, Bedroom and more. Take over MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT $150 1963 CORVAIR MONZA Runs good In writing and paid In advance
9647498.916 tfn per
; etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUJPPLY. payments. Call 782-3358 after 6 p.m. month. Partially! furnished. looks good $800.473.7413,9/18tfnchg i NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR. 2 9646078. Orders also" taken In Lake 3/20 TF Keystone with this office.MONITOR .
BA apt. For more Information call Lake Butler 496.3079 and Keystone Heights 1987 FLEETWOOD $7995. one left at this area 4732026.94 tfnchg STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
LAKE GENEVA 1 2 BR furnished
Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Opportunity FLYING Z MOBILE or FOR SALE
473.4973, 2/26 IfnWANT price HOMES Retired RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
handyman caretaker
Housing. 6/7 tfnchg TO DRINK? Green Cove Springs. Call :284-5000 collect or couple CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
ROOMS FOR RENT) Magnolia Hotel $8 THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS or call 1.471.0611 after 6 pm. 7/3 preferred. $200.to$275 mo. 473.7269 or 16'/. FT. MONARK S-1 BOWRIDER THE TELEPHONE.

per night. From $35 per week. Discount WANT TO STOP? pd 7/31 tfnchg 376.7749 or 378.6622. 9/4 tfnchg Lounge seats, teak ski storage, three Classified deadline Is Tuesday noon
offered for longer term Apply in person THAT'S OURS NEW ft USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy perfect winter nice built In cooler/storages! Full Instrumentation prior to Thursday publication.
Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. acrossfrom Alcoholics Anonymous Wells at S&W Mobile Homes, 964-6407( retreat 3 BR completely furnished with Extra storage. Large Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50
TV washer dryer and dishes.
Post Office. TF 964 6408. 8/14 tfnrw fuel
964-4150-964-6219 or tank. Bow rail canvas, boarding
Available then 15 cents for each word thereafter
APARTMENTS FOR RENTI Newly pd thru 11 115 ASSUME LOANS 14 x 70 3 BR. 2 BA $149 from now' through April. platform. Older Johnson 135 HP. RUNS
decorated everything furnished. Laundry SEWING MACHINE REPAIR: All makes per month; :24 x 45 3 BR, 2 BA, $168 per 496.2620 4tchg 9/4.25 In Lake Butler after 9 p.m. GOODI! SS Props CLEAN. $5500. Larry PERSONAL SERVICES
facilities included. Video room cleaned oiled & adjusted. $15. Used month; 24 x 52 3 BR, 2 BA $201 per 4751267. 9/4 tfnchg
available. Will accept one child no sewing machines for sale. James month; 24 x 70 4 BR, $231 per month. Lake. 2 RENT on beautiful Silver MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Trumpet $100;
pets Palms Apts., 2313 N. TempleAve. Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy Free delivery 8 set-up no cash neededon lot. BR, CH/A. pool table, on 1 acre Trombone, $45; Guitar $90. 4737095. FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING.
., Starke 32091.: 5/1 TF 16, Starke. 9648733. 12/5tfn select models. Call 262-5000( $375 month. 9042471604.: 9/11 9/4 tfnchgPORTABLE Hand rubbed oil finishes. Call Jac,

$50 PER WEEK for you choice of our one HANDYMAN: carpentry painting electrical anytime. 8/21 tfn tfnchg 9.2 HP Wisconsin gas 4732521. 9/4 tfnchg
bedroom apartments with refrlg. and complete home repair. ALL GUERDONS cost plus, set-up with 3 BR 1 BA House on Lake Geneva $350 operated water pump $100. 4737413. PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile
cooking facilities. All utilities are Included Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor. approved credit. Flying Z Mobile month. 475.2682 after 4 p.m. 2tchg 9/18 tfnchg homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free

in this price, so why lent a room Call Mitch. 4733940. 1/9tfn Homes, 11060 Phillips Hwy., Jackson LAKEFRONT good fishing& swimming. 2 USED APPLIANCES Kenmore estimates Call Rob 4733590. 9/4
when you can have an apartment. TIRED OF PAINTING YOUR HOME Call ville. 2625000. 0/21 tfn BR 2 BA, AC furnished Covered dishwasher, $75; Tappan table top tfnchg
Monthly rates are $200. Call us at 9646766. Homes Beautiful of N. Fla. 24 X 60 DOUBLEWIDE on 1 ac. jot 3 Br., 2Ba polio, private. 4734186. 9/18 2tpdf stove $40; 3 section glass sliding door LAWN MOWING Trimming edging.Call .

964.5139 days 964.6566 evenings or We will tell you how !o avoid that lob ? LR, DR den w/fireploce. $300. Call after Saturday Sept. 20. The Lawn Barber 4733590. Free
drop by and see the apartment and increase the value of your home. dishwasher water conditioner CH/A MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE 473.3202.9/18 tfnchg Estimates. 9/4 tfnchg
manager in opt. no. six at 314 North 5/1 tfnVISAMASTERCARD.Gel Priced for quick sale at $26,500 1964 FORD TRACTOR on trailer with FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING .
Temple Ave. next to the Tenneco Station your cord TO. 9644238. 9/11 tfnchg KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mobile Home disc and bush hog. 4734229. 9/18 House out of level?Call LaRue Leveling
626TFKITCHENETTES DAYI I Also New Credit, Card NO ONE 1986 PIEDMONT MH 26 x 56, 3 BR, 2 BA 14X70 fully furnished CH/A corner tfnchg Service, for all your foundation
1 & :2 rooms, TV AC REFUSEDI I Call 1.518.459.3546 ext. den model w/flreplaced, 3 ton AC. lot. $24,000.( C.B. Isaac Realty. 5 CU. FT. FREEZER $100; 5 piece dinetteset repairs. 473.7721.9/4 tfnchg
maid service utilities fun Underwood 3377.. 24 Hrs. 9/25 3tpd 10/9 Take over payments of $325 964.4898 475.2199.914 tfnchg $25; stereo-radio and turn table, LOOKING FOR COMPANIONSHIP -
Motel Hwy 301 N. 3'/i miles N. of FAIRFIELD ROOFING: Free estimaes. or 964.8566 M-F after 5 pm or all day 12X70 with 4X12 EXPANDO 2 BR, 2 full $25. 4737190. Itpd 9/25 Friendship or maybe a relationship.Just .
Starke. 9/4 4tchg 9/25 Licensed Insured and bonded. All Sat, 8 Sun. 9/25 Itpd baths, all electric 3 ton AC skirting. WET SUIT BY PARKWAY $100 nearly write to Lakeside Singles Club, Rt.
PROFESSIONAL TWO OFFICE SUITE with types of roofing and repairs. Money 1985 12 x SO. 2 BR, mobile home. AC Asking $5500..473-2152. 9/11 tfnchg new woman's small; :2-10 speed 1 Box 530 Hampton, FL 32044 for more
bath avail, Oct. 1. Adjacent to Brad. back guarantee if unable to stop leak. skirting insulated roof much more. 14X60.2 BR '/ Bath AC, fully skirted bikes, 1 nearly new, $125; 1 used $30. Information. 9/4 tfnchg
ford Courthouse. $200 mo. Call Mobile, Home, tool 485.1556.485.1016or /,000. Must move. Ph. 473.2951 9/25 located on one acre 4" well 1000 gal. 4732881. Itcho 9/25 DEEP STEAM CARPET CLEANING Truck
964.4667.9/11 tfnchg 374.1443 anytime. 9/11 tfnchg Itpd septic Call owner, 4737770. 2tpd mounted equipment CAB Carpet
FURNISHED 2 BR HOME in Crystal Lake BABYSITTING Mon.-Frl. In my home. 1982 14 x 60 MOBILE HOME. 2 BR, 2 BA 9/18.25 WANTEDCAR Cleaning. 4737770. Keystone Heights.

Subdiv., $275 plus di losit. Now taking Saratoga Hgts. Ph. 9647562. 9/25 Itpd washer/dryer and new central air unit LAKEFRONT good fishing S swimming. 2 6tpd 9/18.10/30
applications 96457J4. 9/18 tfnchg GIVE YOURSELF A BREAK call Included. $13.500.964.5168 after 6 pm. BR 2 BA AC. furnished. Covered POOL with someone from

2 OR 3 BR MH adults only, no pets. 964.6993-no housekeeping lob is too 9/25 Itpd patio private. 473-4186. 9/182tpd9/25 Keystone Elementary to Geneva lake MISCELLANEOUSPACK

964.7619 or 9648614. 9/18 :2tpd 9/25 small or large. 9/25 3tpd 10/9 12X70 with 6X12 EXPANDO 2 BR 2 full Estates area (Paradise Point). I can
COVERED PLATFORM SPACE EXPERIENCED mature lady wants to baths, all electric 3 ton AC skirting. LOST drive mornings, need someone to drive RAT Buy sell and trade collectible -
AVAILABLE; agriculture business or activity babysit assist elderly or companion. Asking $5500. 4732152.911 I tfnchg for afternoon pick up. Call 473.3346 Items and antiques. Used furniture,
preferred. If you need space for ship during the day. References. Call $100 REWARD) Black male Labrador after 5 p.m. 2tchq 9/18.25 glassware jewelry and much more.
buying selling etc. Contact Bob Allen. otter 6:30: p.m. 9644913. 9/25 Itpd COUNSELING" mixed dark spots on tongue. Lost Nov. Come see for yourself. One mile east
Starke State Farmers Market North US MARRIAGE 7 on SR-100 and Immokalee Road. HOUSES FOR SALE of Keystone Heights on Highway 100.
301. Starke FL Ph. 964.6951 9/252tpd HELP WANTED Answers to "Minor." 4737162. 9/4 473.2183.9/4 tfnchg -
10/2 FAMILY PROBLEMS?? Do you need some 4 BR2'BA Large brick home, pool PASTURE BOARD CR-214 near Smith

CLEAN FURNISHED 2 BR trailer private EXPERIENCED NURSING ASSISTANTS professional help? Please call 964.4433 HELP WANTED screen patio many extras, one block Lake Grocery 4733139. 4tchg '-V
lot No pets no children. 964.5739 or : for an appointment. 9/25 2tpd 10/2 from schools 200 ft. on road. 114000. 911.102REOPENING
at Pines
Whispering Core Ctr.
9644468. 9/25 21 pd 10/2 Owner will finance. 473.4058 after 6p.m. of the Keystone Indian
Call Susan Cook 9646220. EOE. 12/5TF EXPERIENCED commercial caseworkand
RENTALS AVAILABLE: 4/1 MH on Ed. HYPNOSIS 3tpd 9/11.25 Trading Post 2 miles N. Hwy 21. Saturday
EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON honest residential cabinet builder. Must
wards Rd.. $300; 3 2 MH Lawtey $350: : 3 BR/2 BA Ocala block home on Smith Sept. 27, hours 91. 25% off all
clean cut A MUST I References required have own hand tools and be able to
2 1 Apt., $200; 1 ,, Apt., $165, Elf. Apts., ; possible $25,000 first Ap PROFESSIONAL HYPNOSIS services for read a ruler. 3753542. 3tchg 9/11.25 Lake Large lot, many extras 59000. items on Sept. 27. M-W-TH-F open
$140 Rental year. 473.4058 after 6 9-5 Sat. 9-1. Closed Sunday and
needed Tiffin 9/11.25 ;
; Properties p.m. 3tpd
ply D & S Motors 207 N. Temple. No weight control smoking stress, etc. VETERINARY ASSISTANT Exciting opportunity -
& Owens Realtors. NEW LOW MAINTENANCE Tuesday. ltchg 925YARD
CB home.
964.5065 9/25: 1 3
Itchg -
calls. ,
4/3 TF For call
phone help please 9644433. 9/25 to work with animals part-
2 BR HOUSE with stove & refrlg. No pets. BR 2 BA. Walking distance Keystone
LICENSING only 4 weeks 2tpd time M-F afternoons every other
Ready Oct. 1 1. $200 per month. Call 17554040. N. Fla. Real Estate Col weekend. Transportation necessary. Heights Schools and. town. 4752710. SALES
964 8498. 9/25 2tchg 10/2 Excellent for 1 tpd 9/25
lege. 7/3TFN PETS lob student. Apply by mail
RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 per month 3000 GOVERNMENT JOBS LIST $16,040 to Keystone Heights Animal Hospital 3 BR 1'/ BA AC. Call 4734148. itchy SATURDAY. SEPT. 27. 9.?. Tools dishes,
and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner, Broker 59230yr. Now Hiring. Call Rt. 2 Box 105 Keystone Heights FL BROOKLYN LAKE COTTAG newly bedding etc. Breezy Point Road off
Owner at 964.5069 or 964.4048 TF 805.6876000 Ext. 5504.. 8/21 8tpd DEER FOX COON DOGS. Hwy 301 N. 6 32656. 9/11 tfnchg remodeled with deck. On wooded lot. CR-214 Melrose. itchy 9/25
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: for rent. Or, 10/9 ml. S. of Starke. Good selection PART-TIME Secretarial help needed. Call after 7 p.m. 4737854. 9/4 3tchg

Highway 16 W. Close to prison GOVERNMENT JOBS! I Now hiring In through No. 468.2905. 9/18 3tpd 10/2 473.4984. 2lchg 7/18-25 9/18
964.7530 or 468 1323. 10/10 -------
your area both skilled and unskilled.For .
FURNISHED efficiencies and mobile list of lobs and application call NOTICE FOR SALE BROADWAY & WALTERS
homes inside city weekly & monthly. ((615)) 383 2627 Ext. J507 fcan 86.295

TF JO LU Motel S MH Park 964.8810. 6/5 MANAGER NEEDED for conveniencestore. Fill Dirt Top Soil Tractor Work TREE SERVICE

Only experienced need apply. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted Removal
KITCHENETTES 1 S 2 rooms TV, AC Pep-O Food Store 620 S. Walnut to the Bradford County Backhoe Bulldozer
maid service, utilities, furn. Underwood Starke. 9/18 TFNCHGSWITCHBOARDADMITTING Telegraph office In writing and paid in Trimming
Motel Hwy 301 N. 3'miles N. of 7/'dFN 964-6182-964-
CLERK Part- advance unless credit is already *
Starke. 9/18 2tchg 9/25 time position work swing shift, and established with this office. Stump
2 BR, clean. Security deposit required. weekends is available, at Bradford THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE Firewood

964.6166. 9/25 Itchg Hospital. Applicant must type 45 HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN *
3 BR I'/.BA TRAILER Keystone, $250 per CWPM. Experience In admitting, Is CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Plumbing Supplies From Free Estimate

month. 1st & tost. LEASE REQUIRED. preferred. Qualified applicant should THE TELEPHONE. I(I .
964.5647 9/25 Itpd call 964.6000 ext 354 Mon.Fr1.4\ p.m. Classified deadline is TUESDAY." Durrance Pump & Supply! .47.3.1097.473.1619.
TRAILER FOR RENT In country. :2 BR LR 9/18 2tchg 9/25 NOON prior to Thursday publication/ v 4 II'>*iV '.
kitchen newly furn. 8 redecorated NEEDED IMMEDIATELY.welders. Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50. We Drill 2" to 6" Wells State Licensed TIT ot* iEr- .> After 5 P.M.
AC. large yard. 1 child. max. 964.6714. carpenters electricians plumbers then 15 cents for each word thereafter. Keystone Heights
$235 per month plus deposit. Meng management mech., mach.. drivers u's 301 North 864 N.Temple Ave.. Starke 964... .7061. .
Dairy Rd. S 21st. St. 9/ 18 2tchg 9/25 operators entry level degreed up to TF "n Licensed & Insured

2 BR furnished apartment $150 plus $75 $32.60/hour ((308)) 382.3700 TransContinental '"
sec dep. NO PETS. 964.8071. 9/25 Itpd Job Search Fee. fcan 86.298
area. $150 month first & lost House- roll/Country band needs bass and lead A I
either 2 or 3 BR. $200 month first& last. guiter player. 9644099 or 511 N. A FILL DIRT KANE CYCLE l I
4681175. 9/25 Itchg Church St. 9/25 2tpd 10/2 Accelerated Realty Inc. A !
adults only ftil: PETS. deposit required MUELLER inserting machine at weekly A
A Phone 301 N e
Starke KOA Kampgrounds. newspaper printing plant. Apply at Fla. : 964-4544 A 9645805'I
964 8484. 9 25 Itchg Crown Printing Inc. 646 US Hwy 301 A Own. THIS-l Wad 9-1 I
LARGE I BR HOUSE in town. Kitchen appliances Maxville. FL 32234 or Ph. 2899103. -
& washing machine furnished. 9/25 Itchg A 1520 S. Walnut AND I
StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke Florida A ij
$225 plus sec. dep. 964.7015. 9/25 2tpd NEED CASH FOR HOLIDAYS? Health & .
Homes Lots Waterfront
KV2 Nutrition Acreage REPAIRED
con pony seeks local A
3 oR BRICK COTTAGE Kingsley Lake. representative. Training class meets Farms Commercial A

Long Pier. AC Call 964.6491. 9/25 TFN once a week for 12 weeks. Earn while A No Charge to List Your Property for Sale IB! 468-1455 I If
SMALL 2BR HOUSE close in. nice you learnt I Training starts Mon. A
Call and discuss It with
us. neighborhood. Call 964.6680 after 3 9/29/86 or Tue. 9/30/86. Earning A ft.W",

pm. No Pets. Close to shopping area. potential $600.$1000 per month part- GOOD FIRST HOME OR RETIREMENT HOME in quiet setting Frame home 2 A f
$235 plus security deposit., 9/25 Itchg time. Call 7823790. 9/25ltpd A BR 1 BA living room dining room kitchen with stove refrigerator
PINE FOREST APARTMENTS apts. TEXAS REFINERY CORP. offers PLENTYOF dishwasher ceiling fan carpet heat & air 25500. A LOVORN REALTYCall
now available. at $180 MONEY plus cash bonuses A
starting per fringe I
CHOICE LOCATION-NEAR SCHOOL. Brick home 3 BR, 2 BA living room- Parts Repairs
A Mary Redding at
month. Call Mon-Fri 95. 964 6312. 9/25 benefits. to mature individual In Starke
Itchg area. Regaidless, of experience write A dming-.kitchen combo 39900. 473.3628 or 473.3254 Discount Price for
i 3 BR, I BA HOME, 2 acres, Lawtey. $300 S.W. BYERS. Texas Refinery Corp. P.O. CHECK THIS ONE OVER Brick home on 5 nice acres 3 BR, 2 BA. family A JUST REDUCED 2/1 'frame between Tires & Batteries
A room w/fireplace large kitchen lots of cabinets utility fully fenced
per month. Adults preferred. Box 711. Ft. Worth TX 76101. 9/25 room
Starke and Keystone
References. 879.2947 9'25 2tpd 10/2 I Itchg with large pecan trees. Reduced to 49900. A
3 BR IN COUNTRY, 4 BR in city, 964.5232: OPENINGS AVAILABLE for prior service A COUNTRY LIVING CLOSE TO TOWN Brick home with LR, formal DR, 5 BR 2 Country kitchen, fireplacewith

or 964'c>576. 9/25 Itpd military, personnel in the Naval Air A BA large eat in kitchen w/snack bar enclosed garage and utility room.A woodburrting' stove, sun A UMFJ1Rth.

FURNISHED 1.2 bedroom apt. with all Reserve Program In Jacksonville FL. 77900. A porch. Older' home with lots
utilities', and cable TV HBO/Max Included Ground and flight' crew positions A IN NICE QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD Block home w/screened porch 3 BR, 1
$165 to $190 month. InquireP.M. available in patrol transport helo and BA living-.dining-.kitchen combo 34900. A of charm. $27,500,
208 N. Cherry St. 9/25 Itpd attack squadron. Call toll free A WANT ROOM TO CUSS AND FUSS 2B.7 acres good land good timber THREE ACRES wi 2/1 CB homein

1800521.1316 for more information, frame home 2 BR, 1 BA screened porch water system to livestock pens A Theressa.. Beautifully
7/3 131pd 9/25 A machinery storage building fenced $74,750. decorated' family 'room with -

OWNER SAYS SELL IT NOW Brick home 3 BR 2 BA living room family A kit F'
fireplace. Lg. country
room dmlng.-kitchen combo utility room outside BBQ pit, 6 years old on
A chen 28 24 barn. Must
2 high-dry acres MAKE OFFER I I'I I

A beautiful acres 2-car garage open and friendly 65000. TOUR GUIDE
THIS HOME IS JUST RIGHT! Easy drive to Cecil Field or Jacksonville. Super A AIRLINE RESCRVAT 8SrS

MACHINE OPERATORS A home on 5 acres has 3 BR, 2 BA Great Room with fireplace, CHSA central SUIT UUUT r nU-TMt/MTOsT

Experience helpful qualified people start out well above vaccum and stereo Guests will love to be entertained In this home. A APTS. TIM M Lift..'cBMEI1R$

minimum wage. Only serious lob seekers _A Workshop and fishpond 74900. _$118'$aiT1?! 1
apply. A HOME ON 301 NORTH- 251 ft.301 frontage, Large yard/parking area. A nwwoMMinuiuMruamnumiw

Frame home, 4BR 1 BA screened porch 34900.
A .
A INVESTMENT RENTAL PROPERTY Neat frame home, new roof new wiring Brand New art: RKtrtiK:nauiwa.TRjmi .

110 S. Water St. CHSA. 2 BR. 1 BA city water'and' sewer 26000. A 1,2 & 3 Bedroom Units
.,". Starke, FLTHORNTON'S A BROOKER MOBILE HOME on two manicured lots. 3 BR 2 BA screened A.C.T. SCHOOL180Q43230Q4

porch storage shed 25000. A Beginning As Low As '
A DUPLEX UNIT IN GOOD Close school church 2 1
LOCATION to stores, BR.
A .$195 her lls4MJ ..zrrfNl t1
BA LIvlng-Dining-kitchen combo $27,900.

A IN SLEEPY KINGSLEY Lovely brlcked-ln mobile home 3 BR, 2 BA A L..r Call.
CH/A well 8 tank 56900. -
A septic 432-Lake Butler 7 ac., MH, 2 stocked .
BUILDING LOTS A 782-3531 ponds owner will split property.1434..Aportment .
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL A LOTS ON SAMPSON LAKE Owner financing. Begin at 18000. FHA complex, residence
LOTS ON SAMPSON INLET Owner financing. Begin at 8000. A
for owner 9 acres fronting US 301 .
FREE ESTIMATES --- REASONABLE PRICED A COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES Build a beautiful home on this lovely Lot. must seel

Let us give your home that new paint lob it's been needing or hang that TWO CITY LOTS-Hwy 16. West only 2 blocks from Hwy 301. A 4U38--2 Br., home In Lawtey walk to
paneling or tileboard. In your bathroom along with those other small repairs A LAND FOR SALI A ALTERNATORS school and shopping, 17000.

you've wonted to have done. A 10 ACRES ON PAVED ROAD. 13th St. N.E., Many pecan trees, well & septic STARTERS GENERATORS *398..4 Br., 2 Ba., 21 acres, pole
Waiting for your call: tank. A barn, MH space renting owner will
964.4305 A 20 ACRES GOOD FARM LAND Deep well good mineral water $49,000. AUTOMOTIVI'DIISIL'MAKINI INDUSTRIAL' split property.

9 n 3nbq ia 9 References available upon request 131 ACRES EXCELLENT LAND Dairy farm horse farm ranch. A 4A. cr 1439..Commerclollnveslment. frontsUS

A 2 PARCELS NEAR GRAHAM 4 55 acres and 2.16 acres A 301, 5 blocks from town. Includes
19() ACRES IN SOUTH CLAY COUNTY Residential Agriculture $17.900. 10 city lots.

nin : A COMMERCIAL PROPERTY A 427-5 ac., 3 Br., IV Ba., brick
I Hwy 301 South 'House 301 SOUTH 146 ft. frontage on highway. IHIOUIATOMSOIINOIDI' 984-52741 home, barn great location.
A 301 SOUTH 4.5 with Imsuur ,
'f/ilY'flE f'OfITA/1IL acres 'rontag on highway. A. .MPAIRIO New catalogs are In-
BUILDING IN STARKE Approx 15,000 sq. ft. floor space, 74900. IFOIIIIGN DOMESTIC r= Buy and sell the Strout way
A .
SHOP TO TAKE CARE OF Lorraine Champion, Broker
Many Sizes and Styles .

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i- 964-8848 4 I John Greene............533-2121 Bill/ Dodd.............9647408nrlng A ee..xee

A Clark..............964-7168 Cindy; Kurlmay.....964-7408 A STARTER &B.&M.GENE".
,; nn Evenings A Tom Bement............964-6439 Don Hood............468-1905 ..
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. tl,. r.Clinic.. I offers treatment for kidney W. stone sufferers Union County Ads age I

: Everyone cither knows or has The Hthotripsy patient, who is Titusville have walked through the "We think this will be one ol the
heard of the severe pain caused by anesthetized is placed In a tub of doors of the Center, which is af- most valuable opportunities to other COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MOBILE HOMES
kidney stone Central Florida water before receiving about 1,500 liliatcd with and located on the West doctors, as well as their patients" RENTLEASEOFFICE
urologists who for a year have been shock waves that pass through the Campus of Florida Hospital of says Dr. Edward Ackerman, one of WHY PAY RENT Purchase a mobile
making the removal of kidney stones water and the body to break the Orlando. home--like rent payments..owner
less painful for patients have come stone into sandlike particles. This The advantage to the patient -' the Center's directors. The Kidney AND WAREHOUSE SPACE financed. 945 N.W. 3rd Street Sid's
up with a way to allow other enables stone fragements to pass, physically and financially -- are ob Stone Center also enables physiciansnot Located In Union County Tim. Mobile Home Pork. 9/18 tfn/chg.
urologists to remain in control of through the body naturally. vious. ESWL treatments last only trained in lithotripsy to still re- 496-226)building.tin.Call for Information. .19.4 CONCORD "'115"' MOIIII HOMI.
their patients' non-surgical treatment Dornier, an aerospace company, one to two hours, with recovery mian heavily involved in the Two bedroom one/ both, central heat
from start to finish. developed the process in 1984 after usually lasting around three days. putient's care. and air. living room and dining room
The Kidney Stone Center of Central careful study of the effects of shock Lithotripsy is also said to trim more HELP WANTED furniture included. Before 5 P.M., call
Florida is helping other physicians waves,generated as raindrops striking than 110 percent off the cost of 496.2945 and 496-2736 after S P.M.
get out of the Stone Age by aircrafts during supersonic surgery, partly because the patient B liMAINTENANCE EXPERIENCE PARTS SALES PERSONneedd. Itchg..9/25
opening the facilities Center to any flight on some solid materials. Fur- recovers so fast. T TTMMy'i Call 496.2345, ask for Larry. 9/18
area urologist trained to use the ther study of these effects resulted in Since the Center opened the directors MAN 2tpd. 9/2S NOTICE
Center's equipment The highly the developmet of a device which -all on the teaching staff at the Needs General
xhnical: process from Dornier, a focuses shock waves to disintegrate University of [ West German manufacturer, is call kidney btones. referrals from physicians and have Maintenance Experience to the Union County Times office .
ed Extracorporeal Shock Wave The group at The Kidney Stone performed the treatments Full Time In writing and paid In advance
Lithotripsy (EfWL). Center of Central Florida were themselves. THREE FAMILY YARp SALE Saturday, unless credit is already established
With ESWI, the patient is often responsible for introducing the However, now, the Center has Apply In Person OnlyAt September 27 On SR.23). (Address) with this office.
able to be rid of the kidney stone revolutionary process to Florida in opened the facility to any urologist Front Desk 1050 S.W. 6th Ave.. lake Butler. CAII THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
almost effortlessly and painlessly September 1985. Since then more trained on the hthotripter. The at- 4962285. Itpd. 9/25 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
without having to go "under the thatn 450 patients from Ocala to tending physician, therefore re- Econo Lodge Starke CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
knife" West Palm Beach and Sarasota to mains the patient's only physician ,, US 301 North INSURANCEMAINES THE TELEPHONE.
from the evaluation of need, throughthe 'b' Classified deadline Is TUESDAY,
treatment and during aftercare. INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E, NOON prior to Thursday publication.
Main Street, Lake Butler 4963978.Compl.t. Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50,
Insurance Service.' 4/10 tfn th.n 15 cents for each word thereafter
Contract Broiler & Breeder -- j
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Producers Needed I HANDYMAN I Cable Television HELP WANTEDLEGAL

Carpentry Painting |I REAL ESTATE

I Electrical Home Repairs I Sales persons neededfor SECRETARY wanted. Experience OUT OF AREA
jFor a large integrated broiler company In Northeast I Reasonable Rates I and full- preferred Mutt type at least 60 cwpm.
part-time Shorthand preferred. Must b. able to
I Florida. For more Information contact Cargill, Inc. at Licensed Contractor I time sales in Starke for deal with general public. Send resumeto LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY -
I Mitch 473-3940 legal Secretary, 150 West MainSheet If I don't hove It, I'll find It. Just
j I Bradford Video. Sales Lake Butler Fla. 32054. 9/18 ask JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.
1-800-523-6022:! t 2lchg. 925EXPERIENCED 496-2)26 or 4962903. .v... "YOUR
__ __ _..J hours flexible.DayEveningNight. PARTS SALES PERSON UNION COUNTY REALTOR; tfn
We needed. Call 496.2345, ask for Larry
provide Call 9/182tchg. 9/25
training. TEXAS REFINERY CORP. offers plenty of

1................................**................ HANG FINISHING' CHUNG SWIRL St'RAYtU DESIGN 964.8785 for interview benefits money to plus mature cash Individual bonuses,In fringe Union' FOR SALE

CYPRESS MULCH i IHASItRING' ROLLED FtXTURtD appointment. County area. Regardless of experience
rt write S.W. Byers, Texas ONE PINTO MARE with foal and with
: and I STUCCO HARD COAT Bradford Video Refinery Corp., P.O. Box 711, Fort tack $550. One 2 year old stud, green
Worth. Tx. 76101. Itchg, 9/25 broke. $100. Call 4962820. Itpd. 9/25

,I PINE BARK | LYNN'S Equal.'Oppo,tun.I,Enpjy.] AVON Christmas.REPRESENTATIVE.$8.$10 per Earn hour.money Coll for
DRYWALL PLASTERING.taco 9 I III llrhg 35 1.462.2743 (Alachua). 9/25 2tchg. 10/2 HOMES
You pick-up or We Deliver jf
Hwy. 16 East
Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery ; Starke Florida *******.****e***** tf FOR RENT GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U
Ownoi Phone repair). Delinquent tax property.
i Cypress Lumber : LYNNIUTIILR ((904)) 964 551)/ ; ; BUSINESS 5 TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR Repossessions. Call I 1(805)687-6000( ) ,
RENT Union CountyTimes, 150 Ext. GH-1136, for current repo list
i 964-6649 OPPORTUNITY: Main Street, lake Butler. Phone 9/25 Blpd. 11/13
: 496-2261) for Information tfn
A************************************************** OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
MEN & WOMEN FASHION STOP is j located in Union County Times Buildingat

i/ :::.:.:.;:::.:._.,. ...,, -.....'.= ",.>,;:;.;,;;;:::.,..w.. '"< .<'!'......k '...;<....,"':;:: 17-62 :' developing a new more)150 information West Main.tfn Call 496-226) for MOTORCYCLES

r j their store jj jjj. completely' furnished, A/C safe
,'(11' rr $390;pe wook to on condition. $6,000 or assume

b rtOtRAl) JOFlSGS $7/6 pei week j. Ih\')'. :301 (across from' only.neighborhood.Call 496.2271.$250 after monthly.5 P.M.Adults 8/28 P.M.payments.Itpd. 9/25 Call 496.3581, after 2:30:

Magnolia Hotel high school). chg/tfn
GS 6 i30H pet, week :, HOUSE FOR RENT Three bedroom one
I OS I $342 pet week ONLY TWO ?. bath, central heat and air. $350 a
Downtown Starke across from Post Office Gb 8 $3/9 nei week KKTAII. on OFFICE J month plus deposit. Coll 12621791.) REWARD
9 $419
GS pet or 13721953. 9/25 chg tin
Gb 10 weok ; SPACES are left $500 REWARD FOR INFORMATION

Rooms for Rent TWAIN NOW FORpa. VII. j Available for occnpancy PERSONAL SERVICES leading to the arrest and conviction of
SERVICE EXAMS \ party responsible for the disappearance
' A, ._ __ Ht .I"eI'O'(1'-"I"' I IPOTQFHCE by Mid-June! >f of dogs belonging to Frank
nt CLERICAL .,1 Don't miss out on this BARNETT MOBILE HOME SERVICERepairs R.gdon.. --Old line walkers, black and
t- Nightly rvWeeklyr-.Monthly "OMECHANICS'OINPECrbll'/ ,, and towing. Call Richard tan. Numbers 226 and 227 on sides.
eNNotional J 'great location! Barnett at 4963255. 9/11 tfn/chg. Call 496.3894, alter 5 P.M. Itchg. 9/25
Nightly $8 From 35" Weekly *
Trcm.iny' So v.. .lurI | CALI'J01-381-0603: *
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i 1800 !syti'I5! Information jj Roberts Real Estate
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SAVE $ $ With LAND AUCTIONSelling _h___.____.... _______.
fre4 p. COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301,
"p00Estimples 31 4 Acres at Public Auction 1 1I $50,000. Call Today!
Homes Beautiful "9 4 ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile home. Only

$75,000. Owner terms possible.
Tilt Road Frontage, Streams I Ponds. Homesrtes&tR CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms 1 bath, central heat & air.
In WINDOWSAlso Reduced to $35,000.

/ e 1 / 640 ACRES Excellent development property in a rapidly
growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that $1200
For' Soffit & Fascia
Ii Siding per acre) I.
Awning Screen Rooms DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath on 1 acre. $23,000.

r Carport Brick or Stone .SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. $11,000.
CI.aning .38 ACRE FARM Northwest of Starke, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bath

Call frame with out-buildings, CH/A
111 .10 ACRES Pecan grove, no improvements.
HOMES BEAUTIFUL OF N. FLA. FORSYTH ROAD 5 Acres plus, no improvements, 640 ft.
e frontage on road 2.9 acres with older mobile home, well,

It Starke, FJn 964-6766 pump septic tank.COMPLETE .
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-- George W. Roberts, Jr. Broker
PROPERTY FOR SALE Ben Cam pen Auctioneers 964.6058 Evenings

BY Terry A. Gaines, CSM, Salesman/Appraiser

THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA : ; ( ] 964.4181 evenIngs

Notice i Is hereby given that the United States of America, ac.

ting through the Farmers Home Administration, United States

Department of Agriculture, will sell as is, the following
described properties. Complete legal descriptions arrangements
for inspection of the properties and additional information Flying Z Mobile Homes

may be obtained by contacting the County Super

visor Indicated. 11060 Phillips Hwy. EH.

.. 240 acres with a 1,300 sq. ft. brick veneer dwelling and

block farrowing house located I'/ miles west of Worthington Jacksonville Fla. JANE S. USHERYour

Springs. Most of the property Is high and well drained exceptfor Union County, Realtor

an area along a creek that Is subject to flooding. (Acquired 1987 14 Wide Fleetwood 496.2126 or 496-2903

3/20/84)) 140 W.Main St.,lake. Butler

-. 160 acres of farmland, fenced and cross-fenced, with 2 $7,995198724x45
barns and a grain bin located 12 miles SW of Lake City, Columbia FOR SALT

County. (Acquired 8/22/85)) IDEAL LOCATION 15 min. to G'ville, L, City L. Butler Alachua. A High
CONTACT: BRUCE W. PETERS 3884 S. FIRST STREET, P.O. BOX Springs. Lovely country setting surrounds this very very neat and comfortable
home and 3.25 acres. This well kept proporty has fruit trees, equipment
CITY FL 32056.3299, PHONE 9047528465.
3299, LAKE ,
$12,995 pole barn..Suitable for small 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
which will be at 1:30 PM, October 3, 1986 at carpet. Needs minOT repairs. Must see to appreciate.
public opening 14 x 70 3 BR 2 Full Baths WORTHINGTON SPRINGS Three or four bedroom home. Cent H/A. One
the office of the State Director, Farmers Home Administration, block off SR. 121 1/2 acre up to 2 acres available. Priced right to sell.
Room 214, Federal Building 401 S.E. 1st Avenue, Gainesville, Owner transferred must sell.
FL 32601. -$10,995 '40 ACRESProperty located In Union County. With rolling terrain and 'Iron-
ting three roods,this property has numerous home tights and can be easily
Bids must be entered on official bid forms which may be obtained sub-divlded. Parcel may also be sold In 20/20. Owner finance.
from any of the above addresses. Bids must be accompanied Why Pay More ? WORTHINGTON SPRINGS 1.8 acre tract off Little Springs Road. Wooded,

by a 10% bid deposit. septic tank and well. Owner finance.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Business/commercial property< building In city
Sale will be cash or not less that 10% down payment with not Drive a Little limits of lake Butler. Some financing available to qualified buyer.Could be
more than 25 amortized yearly payments or 300 equal amor- used for several businesses, with plenty of parking spate avlalob.
tined monthly payments. The finance charge will be that set by Save a Lot HAVE 3 TO 5 acres available with owners out of town S need to sell. Some
financing available. Has a..umabl.loan. too. Call today for oppt. to see.
date of Currently
the of Agriculture on approval. neededto
Secretary HAVI 2 VA HOMES with assumable loans. Proper down payment
that rate Is 11.625%. Cash bids received which are within 97% qualify only. No credit report or loan closing cost needed.
of the highest acceptable term bid will receive preference.This Call Collect' For
rate is subject to change.
These properties will be sold without regard to race, color, Free Credit Application Realtor
creed, sex, age, religion, marital status or national origin. ,

The United States of America reserves the right to reject anyor 262.5000 496.2126 or 496.2903 Eves.
bids. "'II .KhIO/J 1
all "Your Union County REALTOR"

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OnKidnapping t 1 ,. ,',_' Jh' !- .": seized arrested ,
ChargeDonald r :' : Pot two ,' ;; : ",. '
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Franklin Ratliff, 22, of _w : ';; ', :" :[
Rochester Ohio, was arrested in t. Two unrelated arrests and the suspect stated he was going to make spotted by FDLE officials from the" .
Dalton, Ga on Sept. 19 on a capias seizure of a quarter-mile long plot of tea from the plants. plane and the Union County Sheriff's. j "
stemming from a Sept. 16 occurrence marijuana Thursday left the Union According to the report, the Department Investigated.
in Luke Butler. County Sheriff's Department with suspect stated he saw nothing wrong During 'the fly-over, an unidentified -'
Union County Sheriff's Depart- 747 marijuana plants which were with he was doing,since he was hur- suspect was spotted tending
ment officers traveled to the Whit- doused with deisel fuel and burned ting no one but himself. the area, and a black male identifiedas
field County Jail in Dalton,Ga. after I Tuesday.A $5,000 bond was set on each count Charley Perry was seen at the
the suspect had been arrested by routine day of spot flying by the for a total of $10,000. Mayer was location.
Patrol officers on I When investigators arrived Perry
Georgia State \ Florida Department of Law En- released on his own recognizance.
all bulletin made the statement that the con-
authority of an points forcement (FDLE) and Union Coun-
(APB). According to arresting of- disclosed trolled substance belonged to him, '
ficer Investigator Larry Cocnran, ty Sheriff's unrelated Department incidents which 43 Plants Seized... said arresting officer Lt. Garry ;"
the suspect waived extradition and yielded the total haul. Charley Perry, 40, of Lake Butler Seay. Perry told Lt. Seay that the
agreed to return to Union County 1 foundin 18, marijuana had been planted approximately
r -. r Some 547 of the plants were was arrested on Thursday, Sept. had
and it
with the deputies. one plot measuring a quarter of a at about 3:45 p.m. on one count of 7 months ago .
Charges filed against Ratliff mile long and growing to 16 feet growing a controlled substance been his intention to get some quick
were: 1)) one count of kidnappingwith high. The plot was found off CR239A (marijuana in excess of 20 grams) cash from its sale.
a firearm, 2)) one count of arm I 4roiH Container Corporation land. and one count of sale, delivery or Bond was set at $5,000 on each
ed robbery, 3)) and one count of The 547 plants weighed 620 pounds. manufacture of a controlled charge for a total of $10 TOO. Perry
grand theft (auto). Investigation continues, accordingto substance.The was released on nis own
All three charges stem from a recognizance.
incident when Trubie Keithblack Investigator Larry Cochran plot contai.' plants was

( male aged 69)) of Lake Butler __"._.. 1 L ...., \
when he picked up a white male hit 82 Plants
chhiker at the junction of 1-75 and Gary Thomas Mayer, 43, of Lake i
1-10 in Lake City. Keith befreiendedthe Butler was arrested on Thursday,
man and took him to his Sept. 18, at about 6 p.m. on one
residence located on CR-241-A in charge of possession of a controlled Come See
Union County and offered him a substance (marijuana in excess of 20
place to stay. ( r. grams) and one charge of sale, 't
the suspect and offering ( of ayg,
After feeding delivery, or manufacture a con-
him a place to stay the trolled substance.The BOBGALLOWAY
suspect allegedly pulled a stainless field where the 82 plants were
steel Ruger handgun on Keith and found was spotted at about 5:45: p.m.
robbed him of approximately $267, from the air by Special Agent Jim
par: of which was in the glov. com- Scott of FDLE The plot was spottedin
partment of the 1984 Chevrolet Im- Y the rear of a mobile home locatedon
pala sedan which the suspect also 1 route 2 in Lake Butler and In- For A
took. vestigator Cochran and Lt. Garry
According to Keith, Ratliff then Seay went to this location after SUPER DEAL ..
forced him (Keith) into the car at r t', Agent Scott spotted a white male "t
gunpoint where a scuffle insued over : I running from the area of the on this \
the gun and Keith suffered a cut over : ,4 marijuana plot toward the
his left eye and a busted nose. V mobile home. '
The suspect then drove Keith to a When investigators arrived, they 81 Chevy
location described as a graded road advised Mayer (resident of the I
off C-47 in Columbia County near Quarter Of A Million Dollars... mobile home) that a plane had spotted El Camino
Lake City. The suspect ordered The I'nion County Shorilfs Department burned about a $20.111111;; > worthof the cannabis growing in the rear
Keith out of the car and left him coiiriscutrd! marijuana'6day HIT Inn arrests' anil taw -.H/ure left of the home. When they walked 1 Owner Good Condition
stranded and barefoot in the rural' thfinilh 117 plants after one day's work.Th behind the mobile home investigators -
area. <* majority) of the marijuana' found in a <|iiai Icr-niilc long plot off discovered a mown path Excellent Buy $3995
According to UC Sheriff's Depart- 23-: !) \ on land belonging to the Container ('orperation.C.J.'s leading from the trailer to the plot
ment officers, when Ratliff was apprehended about 50 feet away in the edge of the fl
by the Georgia State trees. i
Patrol, he was driving the stolen SALE' SALE 82 sensimilla cannabis plants were ORIAH WELLS'LAKE
auto and had on his person, Keith's counted growing in the ground and 1
driver's license and the approx- in pots. According to police reports, CHEVROLETOLDSflJISCHMANNS B iI i
imate amount of money stolen in the SAWMILLTreated Mayer told officers that he was 301 N. 1164-75(0 ii
1r I
incident. growing the marijuana for his own
-- See Page 12 consumption and did not intend to iI i
sell it. Lt. Seay noted that the


STORESR 8' 10' 12' 14' 16' Tung & Groove
225 at US 301 Lawtey 1'x4' .88 1.12 1.27 1.49 1.77 ;
782-3017 $11 .50 Sheet I
T-Bones . . ea. 1.98 M'xG' 1.29 1.53 1.93 2.96 ,
|2'x4' 1.59 2.14 2.63 3.37 3.73
Ribeves . . . ea. 69 |2'x6''x8' i iI

Center Pork Cut Chops . ea. 49 C | 5.28 7.11 2'x2'-8' Spruce V50J2'x4'8' I I

Boneless Utility .1.27
Chuck Steak . lb. 1.89 Spruce .

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1.69Plus Bright Pine 1'x8'-6' :Treated . .1,10 r +rVIII
Ground Chuck. ib.
Tax & Deposit 16 oz. btl.6 pK. *gg 8' 10' 12' 14' 16' :

Coke & Pepsi. . I o 2'x4' 1.26170 2.17241 2.98 IIh, niiktil
Low Gas Prices TO9 496-2425
Reg. Gas . . . .I

Unleaded . . . 59 :

Super Hi-Test . .989 4 Miles West of Worthington Springs on Hwy. 18 BACARDI DISTILLED DRYGIN fIN i i'i
We Accept Food Stamps
with Coupons SALE :is ALEJS; : : ;; A LEOST s A LET. 1.1a >' PUERTO RICAN I

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Lake County Vehicle Hits Pole... ,

couple returning home to Clcrmonl FL were seriously Injured when .G.1.
1 their vehicle struck a power pole In front of Wells Chevrolet on VS.3011n "
.. w? Starke Wednesday, Si-pt. 21 just after 2 p.m.'P:
AIM.rrr 1, Driver of the car. Ik-inrlch fade, 61, was taken to Bradford Hospital ti {"
I 4j ? then by Stat Flight to Alathua General In Gainesville, according toUmrrKciivy ''
Services Director Cliff Chapman. Fade suffered chest Injuries .
multiple facial abrasions lacerations with possible Internal Injuries '

said Chapman.
I>ade'!! wife, Florence. 72, suffered multiple body trauma. She was apassenger :'q .
\ in Un front seal but had to be removed from the back seat Ac.
cording tel Chapman, she is in very serious condition and was flown from
the scene of the Occident II> ShunilsCair to Alachua General.
Assisting in the extrication'.. was the Starke Police Department, Starke
I Fire Department, Fire Chief Duayiie llardee, Rusty Barrette Nelson
Green and Scott Taj....

i 4 b, & -: ; S; I 1 '


New Law Affects.

Child Support


October 1 recipients of
H child support payments who require
51; assistance in enforcing the terms of

m m &* .. .. .. .. M --, their order or agreement; or to peti-
tion for modification, abatement,
: Svl must do so either through an attorney
or the Department of Health
i '" and Rehabilitative Services. This
O applies to those on assistance as wellas
those not on assistance.The .
clerk's office will continue to
l accept the payments, keep the

____ records and disburse the monies on
a timely basis as ordered by the
/ court.

Any inquiries about enforcement
methods or procedures should be
made to the Child Support Enforce
ment Unit set up by DHRS to service
.J Bradford County:
Department for Health and
.T : Rehabilitative Services, 1257 East
Baya Avenue, Lake City 32055.
; Telephone 755.5712Kidnapping..
1\\ F

1t! a ... "

t From Pag 108

; Hatlill remains in the Union Coun
i J) r' ,t. ty Jail with bond on the kidnapping
charge set at $25,000, on the armed
"- Y robbery charge at $15,000 and on the
grand theft auto charge at$10,000 fora
total of $50,000 bond.
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Dennison/Carter Sggsl3M
11 a: "1,2" UJV
; A {"r News BriefsFrom
,RTT"u .- O j
Mail-Lite Shipper"Kraft ,
i *
envelope with protective plastic air- Pag

bubble lining. Lightweight and waterproof. Vernon R. Goodwin pled guilty

25 per carton. Reg $19 25 cl, 810 Scotch Brand NVDL; placed on six months proba-
t. 15c lion, must violate no 'aws, attend
f t" 8-1/2" X 12DP2.78.205 NOW Cgscq" '' school, pay $25 court costs and com-
Magic Transparent
r Tape N ,
Reg. $22 50 ct F plete 50 hours community work.
NOW 1800 A that becomes invisible when '' k "" Goodwin pled guilty unlawful
91Zx 14-1/2 DP2-1B-207 frosty tape applied sy as 9oo0 'r: 4rr.; ':tJt
fined under Salvation Ar-
Reg $26 00 ct >n to most surfaces. Resists cracking and yellowing cos< .J<.t:'1 speed; $42
NOW 20? with age. Can be written on and resists moisture. .4''. my.Joseph
10-1/2" x 16DP2.1B.20B ft L. Hagan pled guilty no

Reg $30 00 cl 2400 1296" roll. 1" core Reg. $1 93 rl '* 49 Cascade .... .. tag; produced valid tag case
12-1/2" x 19DP2.1B.209 1/2" DAB.B 10.1296.112 NOW I RL
". \ W. Hart
Xerographic Paper Henry pled guilty fine
:.. I Reg $3900ct 31 20 Reg $2 56 rl'4 yj and attempting to elude;
14-1/4" x ZO" DP2-18-210 NOW c\ multi-purpose sheet for xerographic copies duplicator or offset $106.25.

.:.. Reg $10 25 ct 20 Ib white. Hart pled guilty wilful-wanton
, NOW Q20 OCT reckless driving; fined $106.25.
A J. 4"X8"5"x10" DP2-1B-201 34"A James R. Pierce pled guilty
Reg $11 25 ct noo NVDL ordered to $25.
:. 8.1/2" x 11" 170 pay
" I DP2-1B-202 NOW SfcrReg DP1-OD2201 Bruce L. Perry pled guilty no tag;
ordered to $25 court costs.
$1200ct NOW V pay
\ DP1-OX9001 Reg $6 85 rm RM
NOW Sfci Charlotte D. Stalls pled guilty no
DP2-16-203 Reg. $5.76 rl
6" 10"
x 445 tag; ordered to pay $25 costs.
Reg $1SOOct 144c 1" DA8-810-2592-1 NOW 8-1/2" 14" /& *7t\\ Stalls pled guilty driving while in-
NOW Legal x
7.114" x 1ZDP2.1B.204 JL* W toxicated; fined $362.50, license
DP1-002204 suspended six months, must attend
DP1-OX9004 Reg $870 rm NOW ITRM
DWI school complete 50 hours com.munitywork
under Salvation Army. f'"
Curtis G. Bennett, Jr. pled guilty '{

....,.1 I .,. '". ." .,.., ., ""- ."...."" ..,, DWLS Bennett; fined pled$106.25,1 guilty no tag; fined ;
I $101.25.!
: Mark Beard pled guilty no tag;; .
'. produced valid tag, case dismissed.
I Ii Ir f Beard pled guilty unlawful speed;
i fined $72.
.. .
,' Misdemeanor Court
_. ;: ', Martin G. Smith pled guilty
trespass after warning; placed on
six months court probation, must
.w r violate no laws, try to seek employ-
ment or enter Job Corps.
i ': ....:-.. Linda K. Barnett pled guilty retail
:: 1ft :'.:' theft (Family Dollar); placed on 60
.h"t..... days court probation, must violateno
:.;: r_>; "
;7 laws, pay $35.
: :f

4 f 1FcT- iiJt: .)t For Profits Second FNB Up Quarter 17%

Dennison/National Florida National Banks of Florida,
Inc., (FNB) has announced second
i I II'Ii Notebooks quarter 1986 net income of $14.0

Assorted color million, a 17% increase over second
16 lb. White paper. bright
I 'i 1LV'd. quarter 1985 earnings of $11.9
r I, covers. Wirebound. Reg. $8 40 pk million.

3" x 5", 12/pk 66 Primary and fully diluted earn-
DP3.31.120 NOW PK ings per share for the second quarterof
11812/ ", 1986 were $.53 and $.49, respectively -
compared to $.47 and $.43 for
.. l qr a" ;i ia'a College/Margin/ Ruling peg $1 69 ea the same quarter last year. All per
3-Hole punch common share data has been
r x 1 W7 7i .' 50 shta,1 Subject NOW118EA restated for a two-for-one stock split
.. DP3-33-9B6
'I' distributed to stockholders June 30.
s i ,r Reg $2.15 eaNOWH Net income for the six months end-
: ed June 30, 1986 was $27.2 million, a
80 hts.l Subject ? 20% increase over earnings for the
United Chair DP3-31-9B7 comparable 1985 period of 22.8
Reg.v$3.45 ea million,exclusive of the$38.4 millionafter
Hon Traditional seating and great comfort. Rugged steel frames and 150 ohts. 3 Subject, 50 tax gain on the sale of Alliance

Pedestal Desks durable upholstery make these chairs an outstanding value. DP3-33-3B6 Brown Cover NOW 2 EA Mortgage Company in February
1985. Primary and fully diluted earnings
A compact desk ideal for closing rooms or salespersons' offices. [G] Executive Swivel.Chair-Adjustable tilt and seat height. per share were $1.04 and $.95
These desks feature the exclusive Hon Superoller file drawer for Height adjustment Is 3"R 05 ,, THE respectively, representing increasesof
long roller life and easy, quiet operation. Locking file and box OFFICE 17% and:$ 14% over comparable
14eg)2' .9 1985 levels, exclusive of the Alliance
drawer. 79 Ibs.
i $342.00 ()
Reg Black 0E4-S-11-BK-FS7 |J SHOP gain. Net income for the first six
SI( J Double Pedestal-60" x 30" Sage Brown DE4-S-11-TO-FSO NOW months of 1985, inclusive of the
Tropic Send De4-31161-WK 26334 !IE Secretarial Posture Chair-Adjustable tilt and seat height. Alliance transaction, was $81.2
Black DE4-31181-WP NOW Height adjustment Is 5" n964.57aw.cdl64st. million, which equates to primaryand
Reg. $253.00 Reg. $125.15 i fully diluted earnings per shareof
1 .
Stork..Flo.S3. $2.49 to $2.31, respectively.
IE J Single Pedestal-45" x 24" 106 37 Florida l National Banks of Florida,
Black DE4 S BK
? 194 -2?- -FS7
Tropic Send DE4-31007-WK NOW Saga Brown DE4-..-22.TO-FS6 NOW ; rsn Inc is a statewide banking organization -
Black DE4-31007-WP CPa with 177 officesL.l..I..I