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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 2, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The Bermuda high still hovers over north Florida. Bradford '.
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cloudy nights, lows near 70, highs near 90. The humidity[ will make Painting Found. \ . . .. . .1. I I.
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7 News trends in household equipment Parrish's Seat

I"a,{, will be the topic of the Bradford a j

ijL County Extension O i :
..U Homemakers Oct. 9 at a 10 a.m. I

:'if meeting in the Agriculture Building

'.: on 301 north. "if .

..; Diann Douglas, extension home On School Bd.
W-: economics agent, will present the
i program. interested persons are '
: ', invited to attend.


I Gator QB'ers... f,",A 111 I.. Wainwright Wins School Race,


A member of the University of fF

., Florida football coaching staff is Riddick Elected to Commission .
.; scheduled to speak to the Gator QB q
Club at 7 p.m. tonight (Thursday r
Oct. 2) at the Starke Golf & Coun- Newcomer Evelyn Chastain won a last year to replace a deposed
i: try Club. Hospitality hour 6:30: p.m. decisive upset victory over three member, won a two-year term 1 in the
Meeting 7 p.m. term incumbent J.T. Parrish for the first primary. Jimmy Scott was .!
1 Tickets and bus seats are still District 5 school board seat in Tues- unopposed for the vacant Dist. 1

available for the bus trip to the day's second primary voting. seat, the vacancy being created by ,

Kentucky game Nov. 15, departing ; the death of Mrs. Patricia Spengler. I
"We weren't after each other. We Wainwright will replace Mrs. '
t Fri., Nov. 14, and returning Sunday -
Nov. 16. Tickets must be paid- were after the job" Ms. Chastain Becker. Evelyn Chastain makes the

in-full by Oct. 31. Call Ada Reddish, said Tuesday night. And Parrish fourth new member. Lone veteran
agreed. "I think Mrs. Chastain will remaining is District 4's Rodney
d04
: 964-7910, or Marty Barry, 964-6300,
: y,
make real school board
-.I.. for info. Y 6t a good Hall who lives in Theressa.
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member. There is no animosity,

.,, Gator Fish Fry... said Parrish, the current school 51 percent, or 3,929 of Bradford's
board chairman. 7,662 registered voters, turned out
The Oct. 9 meeting of the Gator for the second primary a very high
Quarterback Club is a fish fry at 9 9Ir Parrish carried the rural areas of percentage compared to statewide

the Officer's Club at Camp Blan- n Brooker and CR-225 area. Mrs. returns of around 25 percent."Give'em .

ding beginning at 6 p.m. Chastain carried the Starke area to some credit. I'm very proud
The cost is $8 per meal. Reserva- override the rural vote. of them" said Supervisor of
tions must be made by today ..
;
Elections Neva Flynn said Wednes-
'.' (Thursday, Oct. 2)). The public is Newcomer Joe Riddick polled day. 3,761 Democrats and 168
57%, the highest percentage of
+ invited. For reservations call Ada any here.
voted
Republicans
local candidate to win the District 4
Reddish, 964-7910, or Marty Barry,
9646300. county commission seat, vacated by Ms. Chastain's election to the
E.W. Hodges, 425-323 over W.R.
school board maintains a long tradi-
(Bill) Alderman. Riddick led the
Rep. HQ Opens... tion of Bradford voters electing
first primary with 351 votes to 254 for
women to county office. Ms. Chas-
Republican Headquarters for ,' Alderman and 221 for Harold
iii-law of
: tain is the granddaughter-
.
Bradford has been Waters.
County openedat served
the late Jesse Chastain who
722 West Madison Street. 'v James T. (Cobbie) Wainwrightwon
eight on the county 'ommis-
Hours of operation wiull be 1:30 499-413 over Ray Durban for the years served
.. sion. Hazel Paulk six yearson
- p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through District 2 school board race betweentwo the county commission. Mrs.
Saturday. Lawtey boys. Durban said he
Spengler was elected to three termson
Bumper stickers and information didn't mind losing. "You've got a the school board, but died before
," wil be available. Volunteer workers : good man there. He's a friend of completing her third term. Most
will be on hand to answer questionsand mine and I'm a friend of his." Becker served
recently, Judy one
assist, says B.C. Holtzendorf, ( Wainwright maintained his first term on the school board. ,.
-. county chairman, :, primary lead when he polled 497
I t r votes. Durban got into the second In addition Supervisor of Elections .'
Volunteers Needed... 1 A ( primary on a two-vote margin Neva Flynn was appointed In'
328-326, over incumbent Judy 1962 to fill the unexpired term of the
a c Volunteers are needed to work an Becker in the first primary. late Marian Crosby, was elected in

:.,:,.. information booth at the Art Tuesday's voting marks a changeover the general election In 1964.
:n< ,' Festival coming up October 1819. of four of the five school board Tax Collector Esther Shuford Hall

.1'.. Call Debbie Connaughton, 964-5326. members in the past year. Board was elected in the general election of

Tallying the Votes... Member Len Scholfman, appointed 1980.

'. Republican Fish Fry... Supervisor of Elections Neva Flynn,

Asst. Supervisor Carol Milner, and extra School Board, District 2...
A fish fry for Rep. Chance Irvine, whiz
Ann Phillips, a
helper Betty
", ., R-Orange Park, and other with calculator, tally the votes Tues Precinct Number: 1 2A 3A 4 58 6A Total
a
';" Republican candidates is set at 6p.m. amid answering the phone Ray Durban 118 32 60 133 17 53 413
;"oJ'' Friday, Oct. 3, at the Lion's day night
James
from news Wainwright 172 44 34 154 41 54 49Total
and answering questions
I r Club on Orchid Street in Keystone .
reporters.At
'" Heights.

? The public is invited. Cost is $10 didate left Evelyn, successful Chastain school is interviewedjust board can- County Commission District 4...
The fish is
per person. fry spon-
after the vote was announced by 10A 108 11 16
sored by the Republican Executive Precinct Number:
Committee of Clay County. Terry Vaughn W WPXE Radio. W.R. (Bill) Alderman 63 69 178 13 323
As-busy-as-a-bee Carol Milner got Joe Riddick 96 167 136 26 425Total
lucky when two callers wanted about

the same information, so she talked to
Theatre Group Opens...
both at the same time. Elections office

The newly formed Bradford employee Susan Pauley is in bottom .c School Board, District 5... t

Arts Theatre (BRATS) right photo.
Repertory V Precinct Number: 68 12A 128 13 14 15
will present a fund-raising musical Bradford may have paper ballots Evelyn Chastain 31 60 115 91 85 62 444
revue entitled "Starke Sings Broad- but the vote was counted and in Starke 1 h
J.T.Parrlsh 52' 52 57 48 144 362
way October 18 at 8 p.m. in the by 8:30 p.m.Bradford ,
Bradford High School Auditorium.For V4


Seminole information Boosters.call 9645370... Wayne Hollingsworth: Wins State Dist. 5 Senate Seat [I



The Bradford-Union Seminole -" District 5 stretches from mid-town The race became city vs. country, years in the Florida House. Nichols,

Boosters are scheduled to meet at 7 Wayne Hollingsworth a 12 year Tallahassee, in a swath across North similar to the situation four years 52, said he considered himself a tc

p.m.the WPXE today Radio(Thursday Station, Oct.in 2)Starke."Osceola" ) at veteran State House member from Florida Senate Florida, taking in Baker, Bradford. ago, when Bill Grant of Madison won moderate in political philosophy.

Publisher Jerry Kutz Columbia County, trounced Doug Columbia, Hamilton, Jefferson, over Leon County CommissionerJim
Nichols, a veteran Leon County District 5 Madison, Suwanee, Taylor and Crews. t
Dinner will of the
will be guest speaker. Commissioner hard fought con- Although the There are few differences in the Hollingsworth swept eight
a Counties
be served at $3.50 plate. All interested 169 of 173 pr.clncti reporting Union candidates nine rural counties, and did well
per of the two ,
nomination to has 37.6 philosophies
test for the Democrtic Hollingsworth. .25,536 57% Eastern half of Leon County
be
invited at- to
to in Leon
are County,
substance. enough
persons fill the senate seat vacated by in the district, more of style than of
...."ti Doug Nichols. 19.114 43% percent of the voters 48, projected the declared the winner, prior to all the
Hollingsworth,
electa
Senator Bill Grant.Hollingsworth. Leon county has been unable to {
Upcoming... Tallahassee resident since Mallory "Country Boy" image, and said he votes being counted. After seeing

The Board of Governors of the will face County, in the Nov. 4 General Elec- Horne stepped down in 1974, to run was proud to be known as one of the Nichols vote totals conceeded from the Leon race. ounty,
in his 12
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com Republican Pat Cook, from Taylor tion. "for the U.S. Senate. staunchest conservatives
merce will meet at 12:15 p.m. today
(Thursday, Oct. 2) in the board
room of the Starke Center of SFCC.A .

meeting of the Band Boosters Bradford Prefers Smith Pajcic Wins NominationRepublican I
of Bradford High is set at 7:30: p.m. ,
today (Thursday, Oct. 2)) in the
band Everyone invited. Lou With worth too close call, depen- nomination tor commis-
room. County went 77.5% for Pajcic credited his home county of U.S. congressman Frey. race was
.A of the BHS Alumni Martinezled absentees being counted sioner of education 52-48% over
meeting gubernatorial candidate Jim Smith Duval, plus Brevard and Dade, 98% of precincts reporting ding on
Association is set at 7 p.m. today who carried rural north Florida but where his sister lives, for his win. Frey 250.217 to 124,756. Wednesday. Stanley Marshall, former presidentof
(Thursday, Oct. 2)) in the library at lost the Democratic nomination toJacksonville's Pajcic and Martinez will go head- Florida State University. Howard
I' Bradford High. to-head in the Nov. 4 General Elec- Rep.Jim Watt from Lake Park is
The regular first Monday statewide.Steve Pajcic 51-49 With 98 percent of precincts repor- tion. the Republican nominee for attorney and Democratic state Sen. Betty
percent statewide had 411,096
Pajcic
ting
of the Bradford County general.
meeting will in the Nov. 4
Smith carried Bradford Castor compete
Commission is set at 9:30: a.m. every votes to Smith's 397,725. Bradford went for Ed Dunn who
precinct 7, the old RJE Teacher Ron Howard a 7th grade General Election.
,
6, in the courthouseon Reno got 63% of the vote over Bob Butter-
school in the section of Starke,
Temple toButterworth's geography teacher from Boco Raton
N. Ave. where 12186. Smith got Former Tampa Mayor Bob Mar- worth. Dunn polled 2,068 votes Howard holds a bachelor's degree
Pajcic movie
of won here. Statewide who has the same name as
The monthly meeting ,
regular 3,427 votes in Bradford to 997 for Pa tinez won the Republican guber 1,212 star Ron Howard won the and is working on his master's.
Commission of is Dunn and Butter-
the City Lawtey jcic. natorial nomination 2-1 over former however, the 50-50
.0 set at 7:30: p.m. Monday, Oct. 6, in
city hall.


7:30 City:The p.m.Commission first Oct.Tuesday 7. of Starke meeting is set of the at Commissioners Reject Two Petitions for Tax Reliefand .


The regular monthly meeting of ._
the City Commission of Brooker is Jimmy lected without discussion by the adjustment Halperin same.Halperin said it is clearlY agriculture.Residents .
Two petitions for property tax Property Appraiser said he bought the are required by law to
7:30 Tuesday, Oct. 14, in board. property
set at : p.m. Alvarez asked i if the board grantedHalperin's classification
relief rejected Sept. 22 by the tree farm apply for an agriculture -
hall. were Bishai's petition contended the 1V4! years ago as a ,
city The regular monthly meeting of Board of Adjustment meeting in the request, where would Starke bowling alley should be has a small poultry operation, and a ,Alvarez said,and said his office
leave him with other property
county commision meeting room in that small orchard. does not mail the forms unless requested -
the City Commission of Hampton is for an assessed at $437,550 because it is
who failed to apply
the courthouse.One owners Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hill backedup to do so. Mailing the forms
set at 7 Tuesday, Oct. 14, in ci- classification re- similar in size to another one Bishai
p.m. request was made to have a agriculture as Halperin, saying they still live on would not meet the intention of the
ty hall. classified quired by law? owns in another county. Appraiser chickens ducks state law Alvarez said.
Hampton area farm as bowling alley the place and raise ,
the proparty
relief Alvarez has
agriculture, but the owner, Don The other petition for tax roll at 496618. and turkeys. The Hills sold the property
Amnesty DaysIn Halperin of Gainesville, had failed to was filed on the Starke Lanes bowl on the tax of the to Halperin but have a life Halperin said Columbia and

apply for an agriculture classification. ing alley property on US-301 by the Halperin, owner said "I don't Hampton thinkanybody's estate to live on the property,the Bd Alachua counties mailed ag I
Bradford valued at owner Dr. Sammy F, Bishal, an orthepellc area farm, told.
The 34-acres are anythinglike of Adjustment was classifications to him.
or
( out to get me,
October 10,11 $50.000, but would have been valuedat surgeon from St.Augustine. Alvarez has Alvarez made it plain he was not Mrs. Hill said they had the form
Courthouse Parking Lot 14',400 with an agriculture Dr. Bishai did not appear to argue that. Appraiser and nice to him, challenging the use of the property but took it back to Alvarez's office.
9a.m. to 5 p.m. classification. his case, and it, therefore. was re- been very polite


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Andrews Sells Store BUS Reunion Set I; i I!


The biggest reunion in Bradford High Scho $ setfOfclottof! } I
24-25 in conjunction with 1986 homecoming festivities. ,.
To All graduates, former students, faculty, and friends of BUS are invited I I
KH PharmacistAndrews : to the reunion planned by the newly formed BHS ,Alumni
Association, chaired by Ms. Linda Hildebran.
The BHS library will be open for
Drugs of Starke has been pharmacy in 1072, interned in the --- ___ former classmates and friends, says Ms. Hildebran. Anyone who has
sold by founder Ervin Andrews to prison system here, and started to items of interest to place on exhibit is asked to bring them along.
pharmacist Charles Norman, who work at Andrews Drugs in 1973 after These items will be carefully guarded and will be returned, says Ms.
worked at Andrews Drugs In Starke receiving his license. In 1983 Norman Smith.
for 10 years before buying a controlling bought 51 percent of Andrews The association is also preparing a paperback annual, an update of
Interest in the Keystone Heights Drugs in Keystone Heights when Bill the BHS "B" Book of 1937 in which the name of every BUS graduatewill
store in 1983Andrews Belote, who operated the KH store be listed,along with the history of the school and many interesting
Drugs of Keystone after selling it to Andrews, died. it items about the Bradford_school! system, past and present.
Heights has been sold by Norman Norman says the Starke store I is!; e
and Andrews to pharmacist Laura now.three times the size it was in .
.
Dean, and husband, Philip, of KH. \
Ervin Andrews, who founded Andrews 1960.Norman's wife, Kathy, is a home '{, ,,, i ii iir iiv You Are InvitedThe
Drugs of Starke In 1960, says economics teacher at Bradford Middle t
he plans to go into semiretirementand School. They have two children:
plans to work in the Starke Candi, 11, and Charlie, 7. Bradford County Board of County
store. Andrews, 54, started the Pharmacist Laura Dean has work i
Starke store, his first from scratch, ed at Dampier Drugs in Keystone Commissioners and the City of Starke '.
and went on to start a drug store in Heights for the past four years. "I
Perry in 1965, bought a drug store in grew up in a drug store just this size. Board of City Commission are honoring
Lake Butler and named it Andrews My grandfather owned one in Port L.M. Gaines
Drugs in 1970, and added the St.Joe. Now my father owns the at an Appreciation and Retire-

Keystone drug store, formerly store and my sister, who is also a mtui Banquet
October i
Belote Drugs, in 7273. Ervin An. pharmacist, works for my father. I on Thursday, 9,
drews still owns Andrews Drugs in guess" you could say it's in the family v 1986 at 6:3o: p.m. at the Western Steer
Perrv says Ms. Dean.
Her husband, Philip, is a pipe fit Steakhouse, South. Walnut Street (US 301
John Harold Andrews, the ter. The Deans live in Geneva Lake -
younger brother of Ervin, bought the Estates, and hope to build a home on South).
Lake Butler store last Lake Hutchison in the near future.
Charles Norman year. They have lived in KH for 10 ... .. The public is invited and asked to call
the son of the years 1.:."...L.a. :::--" __._ .IJ11 _
late Harold Norman of Bradford and have two children: Rhett, 10, T MYY11f and make
County and Mrs Loca Page of and Justin, 8, both in KH schools.Ms. Back in Starke, and Love It... a reservation for the "dutch
Jacksonville, says he is glad to be Dean graduated from UF in treat" The
banquet. number is 964-6280
back in Starke although he enjoyed 1975, did research at UF for a short Amid balloons and flowers from well wishers, Charles Norman Is back ,
working in Keystone Heights. Monday time, and worked at Putnam Com behind the counter of Andrews Drugs in Starke Monday after completinga ext. 213 & 201.
was Norman's first day back on munity Hospital in Palatka for six deal with founder and former owner Ervin Andrews to buy the store.
the job here.Norman years before becomg pharmacist at The store is three times the size it was when founded by Ervin Andrews in

earned his degree in Dampier Drugs in KH. 1960.



I Bradford Arts Theatre Group BeginsOn ; INAPAI i m I I

A bill

October 18, 1986, a newly form South 301 Plaza. Tickets will be$6.00at at the Bradford County
ed group known as the "Bradford the door. Fairgrounds."We I i
Repertory Arts Theatre" (acronym The goal of the group is to want a small, intimate set
'Brats") will present a fund raising establish a community theatre in the ting for the performances," Dodge
musical revue entitled "Starke city of Starke, where regularly commented. "We would like to do
Sings Broadway." scheduled performances will be three shows a year to get started
The two hour performance will held. drama, a comedy and a musical.
highlight numbers from most of the "We need your support! Starke deserves a theatre of it's own
shows that have been performed in David with all the
Organizer Dodge said. "Get talent in this area. Our
Ihi I
Starke in the past and will feature your tickets early and come and enjoy eventual goal is to get a small, spot
t
many of the original performers.The some great music." somewhere on Call Street." C
show will be held in the Brad- For further information call Davidor The Dodges have long been involved I
lord High Auditorium on October 18, Consuelo Dodge, 964-5370. in the theatrical scene in Starke rS229'I '
1986 at 8:00: pm Advance tickets are T-shirts are available at Fashion and Gainesville. Consuelo is a skill- 5289
on sale at Chastain's Jewelry Storeon Stop and the Right Turn. The $8.00 ed actress and David Dodge is an expert ,
Call Street, Wilson's Florist on cost will be donated to the theatre. at Theatre Tech lighting, sound $6.98
I' S 101 Ann at Outlaw Rpaltv in the The erouo nlan to liSP the arena production and sets. $5.79 reg.
reg. : 24 oz.Vinyl Treatment
Lawn RakeIts
Restores the original luster to dull
1 Living Facility Request ApprovedJames wide-sweeping head contains leather, vinyl and other plastics

27 flexible tines so it adjusts to in your home or garage. Softens

R. Andrews request to have River Water Management District and that approval was given with the ground contours as you rake. Makes and conditions while producinga
the former Foster Shi Smith home at understanding that set-back requirements fall clean up faster and easier. long-lasting finish.
905 W Madison Street turned into an classification. Zoning board of the B-2 classificationwere
adult congregate living facility was member Brenda Alvarez moved to being used as terms of the or
approved Sept. 25 by the Starke Zoning grant the special exception, received dinance.
Board a second by board member Julius Board member Walt Wescott moved -
The reclassification from RlA, Royal, and the motion carried to grant the variance from the $919w Sll'
single family residential to RP, terms of section 4.24 (shopping
residential-professional! faces final No Setback Mandated... center) to the set-back requirementsof M I
approval by the Starke Commission The board approved a variance to the B-2 classification, under which Winter $15.39 reg. $24.95 reg. ;
which next meets Tuesday, Oct. 7. A allow the Winn-Dixie Market Place there is no setback requirement.
special exception to the setback requirement project come under classification, Emergency Kit 1
was also approved.The B-2, which requires no setback. Public InvitedTo Driving Lights 1
board was told the home The store Contains important items to keep your car
new building foundation
would be converted to an ACFL comes almost to Orange Street on its Meet With safely on the road this winter. Like booster European style driving lights of high-quality,

i Adult Congregate Living Facility), southwest corner. Conner Today cables, antifreeze, windshield ice solvent, quartz-halogen. Suitable for highway or
contingent to re-zoning and a required Thomas R. Andrews requested a Conner, Bradford off-road use. Complete kit with
exception. Ms. Lillian Griffis, variance because of a conflict of Doyle a lock de-icer, ice scraper and fix-a-flat spray. necessary

who will be the licensed proprietor, terms between set-back requirements County native of agriculture and Florids's, will commissioner bring All in a handy NAPA tote bag at one low price. mounting hardware.
stated the home will house a maximum of section 4.24 (
his re-election bid to home
of to clients, and the back center) and section 10.2 (B-2, Community
territory today (Thursday, Oct.
yard will be fenced, as had been Commercial
requested
District) on
2)) with stops in Bradford, Union,
The State Department of planned and approved site of Baker, and Nassau Counties.
Health and Rehabilitation Seryices building project known as the Winn- Conner's visit will begin with a NAPA STORE
i HRS) will monitor the operation Dixie Market Place. The board
get-together with friends and
from time to time, under existing stated that the site plan of the Winn- sup-
coffee and danish
porters over at -
laws. Dixie Market Place project had been the Econo Lodge in Starke at 8:30: Starke Motor Parts -
The board then donned a new hat, approved by the Starke Zoning a.m. The public is invited. 4NAPA
becoming the Starke Board of Adjustment Board, the Starke City Commissionwith
Conner now in his 26th as
and heard a request for an ( approval of city engineers) Commissioner, was unopposed year as 155 W. Brownlee Road Starke
exception to the newly approved and permitted by the Suwannee Democratice nominee in the All ,herlghtparts in

primaries, but will face 964-6060 "
7 9 =- "So RBNop' Republican opposition in the Nov. alltnenfintolaces.Nugget :
.. 6' Mosley' 4 General Election.





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I Banks Spur Development Drive on td New Goals Precinct Locations...

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i 1 Lawtey Volunteer Fire Dept.

Sparked by exciting support from new industry to our communit new employment to Starke and Its although complete solicitation ot all 2A Lawtey Volunteer Fire Dept.
Starke's two major banks, the says drive vice-chairman Or Ian immediate neighborhood, could add business in the Starke area is the 2B Lawtey Volunteer Fire Dept.
Economic Development Capital Wells. some $1,400,000 in increased retail goal of the campaign committee, it 3A Bradford County Ag Building3B
Campaign swept past the 60 percent Wells went on to point out that the alnd service volume each year." is possible that some merchant, service Bradford County Ag Building
mark of its $300,000) campaign goal. goal of the Bradford County Campaign chairman J.E. Tomlinson company or professional person 4 J -adford County Road Dept.
The Florida National Bank and the Economic Development Campaign said that with subscriptions, may be missed.If SA Bradford County Library
Community State Bank have is to bring, within the next three most of them for payments exten- you have not been SB Bradford County Library
subscribed 35 percent fo the 'campaign years, new industry that will create, ding over three year tax-years, approached," 6A Buckley Residence, Road 225
goal, or$105,000 of the$300,000 not only 100 new industrial jobs, but already in hand, and with encourag'ing telephone call to 1BCEDCarHead- 6B 7 Buckley Residence:
total goal. will also mean some 60 or more new "first approach" reports from quarters will bring a committee BA Head Start School
"This major financial support jobs in our retail and service the campaign committe members, member on the double. Campaign BB Starke Recreation Center
from our two leading banks, certainly businesses."It prospects for reaching the goal are office telephone number is 9647375." '9A Starke Recreation Center
demonstrates their desire to meet is estimated," Wells pointedout promising.Chairman. An even more encouraging reportis Southside Elementary Cafeteria9B
the nrofl! wp face..that of bringing "that bringing; this volume of Tomlinson said that expected next week. 10A Southside Elementary Cafeteria
Theressa Community Center
lOB Faith Presbyterian Church

I Brooker to Enlarge Storage Room for ComputorA 12A 11 Hampton Chamber of City Commerce Hall Building

12B Chamber of Commerce I
13 Terwillegar Ford Motor Co.
storage room will be enlarged at Joe Robinson, local building contractor room, a separate window unit, with Robinson will include Its cost in his 14 National Guard Armory
a cost of $1,000 to make a computer ,attended the meeting to lend heating and cooling capabilities, and estimate. 15 Brooker Community House
room in city hall, the Brooker council to the discussion, and new circuits. 16 Southside Elementary
decided in a called meeting Mon provide price estimates. He stated Clerk Linda Robinson told the
day night, Sept 29, to consider ways the present meeting room is 26 feet Robinson was not prepared to boar that delivery of the computerwill
and means for renovating the city long and 18 feet wide. Robinson make an estimate on the proposal require three weeks, and requested -
hall building to accomodate the computer estimated the cost of insulating the immediately, so the council requested approval to place the order I
approved for purchase at the ceiling and back wall, and replacing that he submit estimated immediately, with a delayed .. .. .. ..... .. I
last regular meeting. paneling to be $1,000. delivery date. The city's fiscal year f
Chairman C.J. Stalnaker outlined The council explored several options costs at the next regular meeting, ends September 30,and Clerk Robinson :
the purpose for calling the meeting, but finally settled on locate October 14. In the meantime, he will would like to obligate the funds
advising the members that a storage room, which is contact a local electrician to deter- to the end of the year. The
temperature control is essential to within the meeting room, and in- mine whether or not the 60 amp boxis board agreed to her request, and
operation of any computer, and had stalling the computer in the enlarged suggested a delivery date of October THANK ;
been discussed by the sales area. The new computer room sufficient for the added workload, 28, which was agreeable.The .
representative dnrinf{ !! his pro,sontn- will require insulation, and a large or if a 100 amp box will be required.If meeting adjourned. Councilman -
tion. glass window facing; the meeting a larger electric box is required, Roy Carroll was absent. 4v


'ffout' to drop from YOU


FIRST PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE ...

the. The City of Lawtey{Is considering applying to the Florida Deportment o(Community .
Affairs (DCA) for a Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) \
Heat? of up to $500,000. These funds must be used for one of the following purposes:

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1. To benefit low and moderate Income persons; or t ;
Let 2. to aid in the prevention or elimination of slums or blight; or .r/' ", ':..
3. To meet other Community Development needs having a particular urgency
because existing conditions pose a serious and immediate threat to the health or You have elected a New Voice for our
WARREN'SHeating welfare of the Community and where other financial resources are not available
to meet such needs. school system. The vote of confidence you

& Air Conditioning The category of activities for which these funds may be used are In the areas of have shown in me Is greatly appreciated.
Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization and include such physical Improvement
Servicehelp activities as housing rehabilitation clearance, water and sewer Improvements, Anxiously I anticipate representing YOU
street improvements drainage and neighborhood facilities. Additional Informa
and YOUR INTERESTS
to the best of
you with their tlon regarding the range of activities that may be undertaken will be provided at my
the Public Hearing ability in an honest, straight-forward and

Sales & Service For each activity that Is proposed at least 51% of the funds must benefit, low and
Complete moderate Income persons.In efficient manner. Your continued supportis
'
Heat Pump Specialist developing an application for submission to DCA the City of Lawtey must planto appreciated.
minimize displacement of persons as a result of planned CDBG activities. In addition
\ Also doing Plumbing & Electrical Work the City of lawtey Is required to develop a plan to assist displaced persons EVELYN

f Service on All Makes of Air Conditioners
The Public Hearing to receive citizens'views concerning the Community's housingand
1 and Heaters Community Development needs will be held in the Council Chambers at City CHASTAINSCHOOL
't. Hall on October 9, 1986 at 7:00: p.m. To obtain additional. Information concerning
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the Public Anderson. P. Drawer 'G" ,
Hearing contact Alphonso O. Lawtey
SCR Fuel Oil ,& Gas Furnaces "! Florida 32058 ((904)) 7823454. BOARD, DISTRICT 5

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CONCURRENT NOTICE
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NOTICE TO PUBLIC OF NO SIGNIFICANT Resolution No. 130 .
EFfbCTON THE ENVIRONMENT .
CLASSIFIED, AND NOTICE ENVIRONMENTAL TO PUBLIC CONDITIONS FOR REMOVAL OF


Dote October 2. 1986

ADS City of Storke, Florida A RESOLUTION TO ADOPT THE BUDGET

(Name of Applicant) FOR FISCAL YEAR 1986-87, AND TO
P. O Drawer C. Storke. Florida 32091 904 964-5027
GET (Street.City. Zip Code) (Telephone No.) SET THE MILLAGE TO BE LEVIED ON

TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES GROUPS AND PERSONS: THE 1986, AD VALOREM TAX ROLL.

On or about October 21, 1986 the above-nomed City will request the U.S. Department
RESULTSOur of Housing and Urban Development to remove the environmental conditions
and release Federal Funds under Title I of the Housing and Community.
Development Act of 1974 (PL 93.383)) for the following project:

classified ads immerelol RevltgllTotlon Improvements The City Council of the City of Lawtey, Florida, met in a specialProject
( Title) Name
help our readers
Street Improvements, Water Improvements, Acquisition & Parking Facilities meeting on the 16 of September 1986, to finalize the budget process
buy, sell, lease, or (Purpose or Nature of the Protect) List, All Activities

rethink career possi- City of Stork. Florida (Bradford County) for fiscal year 1986-87. All notices as required by law were published
bilities. Read up on (Location City, County, State of Protect. ) ,

what's available (Ep60 Census_Tract (s) ) Enumeration_Districts___ in the Bradford County Telegraph at the times specified by law. Allpublic

and, put your ad In It has been determined that such request for removal of environmental condltions .
the classifieds and will not constitute an action significantly affecting the quality of the human meetings as required by I law were held as set forth in the
environment and accordingly the above-named City has decided not to prepare
see the great results an Environmental impact. Statement under the National Environmental Policy Act published notices. Therefore, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY
of 1969 (91-190))
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you get
The reasons for such decision not to prepare such Statement are as follows:
COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LAWTEY, FLORIDA, AS FOLLOWS:
1. The project Is not harmful to the environment;
2. Project calls for no Involuntary relocation; .
CALL 3. Project calls for no forced acquisition of land; 1. The budget, which is attached hereto, IS the budget to be used
4. Project Is not In a flood plain.
(
964-6305 An Environmental Revl.wRecordr..p.ctlngth.withlnprojecth a.been made by by the City of Lawtey, Florida, for fiscal year 1986-87, and is hereby
the above-named City which documents the environmental review of the project
and more fully sets forth the reasons why such Statement is not required. This Environmental .
6 5RADFORD (O(, Review Record is on file at the above address and Is available for adopted.public .
. examination and copying upon public examination and copying upon request
ZttrgrapI![: at City Hall betw.en the hours of 9:00: A.M. and 4:00: P.M. 2. The'millage rate for the ad valorem tax roll for year 1986, forNo
further environmental review of such project Is proposed to be conducted
: ro.JiMfff.!Jlr...*.rrl..TMt,.*../HntHft prior to the request for release of federal funds.
Inproperty in the City of Lawtey, Florida, is hereby set at 3.066 mills.
I All Interested agencies, groups and persons disagreeing with this decision are
II I vited to submit written comments for consideration by the City of Stark.to the Ci
ty Clerk, Neil Tucker, P. O. Drawer C, Starke, Florida 32091. Such written comments PASSED by 4 to 0 vote at the special meeting of the City Councilof
should be received at City Hall, P. O. Drawer C, Starke. Florida 32091 on or
before October 21, 1986. All such comments received will be considered and
the City of Archer will not request the release of Federal funds or take any administrative the City of Lawtey, Florida this 16th day of September 1986.
j action on the within project to the date specified In the preceding
sentence.
City of Storke will undertake the project described above with Block Grant funds
from U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) under Titl. 1 of
the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 through the Stat. of BUDGET 19861987Florida.
City of Starke Is certifying to DCA that City of Starke and Charles
Schaefer, In his official capacity as Mayor consent to accept jurisdiction of the
rI federal court If an action Is brought to enforce responsibilities In relation to environmental
reviews, decision making and action; and that these responsibilitieshave
been satisfied. The legal effect of the certification is that upon Its approval GENERAL RECEIPTS $160,500.00
City of Stark may use the Block Grant funds and HUD will have satisfied Its ..
responsibilities, under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969. DCA will accept
on objection to its approval only If It Is on on.of the following bases: ((0)) that GENERAL DISBURSEMENTS 160, 500.00
the certification was not In fact executed by the certifying officer or other officerof '
applicant approved by DCA; or (b) that applicant's environmental review WATER RECEIPTS 112,400,00
record for.the project Indicates omission of a required decision finding or step applicable '
to the project In the .nvlronm.ntal review process. Objections must be .
prepared and submitted In accordance with the required procedure ((24 CFR Part WATER DISBURSEMENTS : ::' 112,400.00
98)) and may be addressed to DCA Florida Department of Community Affairs, tt '. _
Bureau of Community Assistance, 2571 Executive C.nt.r CIrcl.. East, -
Tallaha..... Florida 33301. Attest : CITY OF LAWTEY FLORIDA

Objections to the removal of environmental conditions on base other than stated
above will not b. considered by DCA. No objection received after November 4,
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1986 will be considered by DCA. & f\\
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Charles Scefer. ftAqvor 'A ILO 1\\ B 71 <
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(Nam.ofC.rtilyingOlfic.ro( Applicant J-. ,"'I f\. A- C-t- Y '
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"" P.O.DrawerC.Starke.Florlda32091 Alp onso Anderson City Clerk Robert Scott ,
(Address) or/Commissioner

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I Rid Your Home or Business of ToJq"aterifJJPuringfrnnesty: Days

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Got something around the house that Solvents, paints, garden pesticides, and What I Are Hazardous material, such as cat litter to soak up Oct.
oil the state'sunderground
( used motor can pollute
might blow up or start a fire some day? leaks.
around for water resources if disposed Materials???
that's been lying
Something
4. Don't mix different or unknown -
of
years and you don't know how to get rid of improperly. Check your premises, business or materials together I :
Il.? More than 92 percent of Florida's drink residential, for materials that are cor- ? '
Now's chance! I ing water is groundwater Therefore, rosive, explosive, ignitable, and/or toxic, 5. For longer-term storage,place In cool, 10-1 1
your used oil in backyards and pouring that can present a threat to public health dry place. ,
AMNESTY DAYS is the answer to your into storm drains or sinks are ex- .h

problem 6Vburying of improper. disposal which are ,

5pm.The dateOct., 10 and 11-From 9 a.m. to .a chronic groundwater pollution


The placethe paved parking space just / The DER is sponsoring statewide
north of the courthouse (behind Carl Amnesty Days so individual homeowners
Hurst's Station). schools, farmers, and small businessesAmnesty -'s
can have small amounts of hazardous -
days is sponsored locally by wastes disposed of safely and properly at
the Conservation Committee of the Junior NO CHARGE Why Proper DisposalIs
Woman's Club, and on the state level by
the Department of Environmental Regula The dangerous materials will be collected So ImportantLarge
in Starke by a qualified waste
tion.
management contractor and transported amounts of rain falling on flat,
of hazardous sandy soils allows wastes to filter into the
Purposethe disposal out of the state for safe disposal. All you
waste -- the kind that accumulates around have to do is get it to the collection site. ground.
the home or business, and just sits there ,H\"I. IJi' Improper disposal, such as burying the
because no one knows what to do with it. Groundwater Flow --. waste, presents the potential for toxic

substances to reach drinking water supp-

.. ... .. .. ... ... ... .. ... .. .. ." .. . . ... .. .. ....... .. ... .,.. I and generally.safety Every, and home to no the doubt environment has some "Dont's in Dealing ly.
individual acts of contamination such as
:; \ ;; : ?/ \ : of chen these cabinets materials, and,storage on garage sheds.shelves, kit- With These MaterialsDo a can of paint poured in a single backyard,
'FlD'frr' !F"O'' : iT'I, 'S" not mix together! when multiplied thousands of times, posesa
,\ real threat to the water supply.
: : ,1. I : To name a fewlook for banned or unwanted -

(... .-..... .. .. .......... .. ." .,. .... .- ... ., ... .. ..." -'. ,. ... ... .". ... ... ......) garden pesticides, herbicides or *Do not flush down toilet. Pouring waste down household drains
*Do not pour waste down the drain. allows the material to get into septic tanksor
weed killers, fungicides, old paint, paint sewage treatment plants and eventuallyinto
thinners or removers, solvents, wood *Do not bury in ground.Do groundwater. Treatment plants often

Florida Doesn't Need preservatives and strippers, used motoroil not throw in garbage. cannot filter out toxic materials.If .
brake fluid and antifreeze, pool
chemicals and muriatic acid. *Do not pour in storm drains. taken to landfills,hazardous materialsin
household trash can allow for concentra-
How to Prepare tions of toxics to reach groundwater.

Dependance on Gambling Materials for Collection Things to Do...
Toll Free NumberThe
1. Label the material, if identifiable. If Follow directions on label.
I not sure, mark it unknown". Avoid contact with skin and DER has a toll free number-
The effects of eyes.
casino gambling are so
Florida already has enough "Miami 2. Check. all containers-make sure lids 1-800-342-0184-during regular business
Vice" without adding casino gamblingand obnoxious that it has less support in the I are tight. Keep children and pets away. hours, Monday through Friday, or write
than the issue. In the recent Amnesty Days, 2600 Blair Stone Rd.,
polls lottery Take used motor oil to local auto service
a State lottery to the scene.It all candidates for Governor, 3. If containers are leaking, set in larger station for recycling.but Tallahassee, FL 32301 for more informa-
primaries,
in container and pack with absoibenl tion on collection points in this area.
was disappointing to note news both Democrat and Republican, were

releases last week that two of the outspoken in their opposition to casinos.

State's largest teachers union had en- By their very nature, casinos are I "NINETY YEARS AT n.II.S.1896-1986"
dorsed the proposed lottery amend-
created to separate the victim from his sponsored by
ment. Apparently they are nibbling at
her in of fren- B.II.S. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
or money an atmosphere 1896
the carrot being dangled at the end of October 1886"We
zied and confusion the 21,1986Friday
glamour giving
the stick by the lottery interests. The
players little time to think before plac-
carrotmillions of new dollars for
ing their bets. A premium is placed on Breakiasl Appreciate You", B.U.S. Teachers 7:30: 8:10: 30's 5:00 p.m. to 8:00: p.m.
educationis a carrot that may prove to that and is a.m. "Get Together" Classes of the 20's and 30's American LegionExhibit
speed so more more money
be largely hollow when the time comesto bet faster and faster. The gaming hall is High School Library 9:00: a.m. to 6:00: p.m. Hall 8:00: p.m. till --
collect those dollars. Dedication front of high school -12:00: noon Football game 8:00: p.m.
designed to envelop the "innocent"visitor Parade 1:00: p.m. "Get Together" Classes of 963, 1964, 1965-Starke Country Club
Now that the primary elections are in a world of fantasy. There are B.II.S. Festival Food, drinks, booths (back of high school) 2:00: 10:00: p.m. (after game) till--

over, Floridians should give serious at- no clocks to give the player a sense of -7:00p: .in.Woman's .
tention to the lottery and casino proposi- time, and few if any windows to distracthis Club Open House honoring retired teachers 2:00: October 25 Saturday
p.m. to 4:00: p.m. Woman's Club. Reunion Rally 9:00: a.m. to 11:00: a.m. high school library
tions that will be on the November 4 attention. Lights flash buzzers buzz .
,
Santa Community College Open (House 12:00: p.m. to 4:00: Exhibit 9:00: a.m. to 12:00: p.m. high school library
General Election ballot. and everything is rush-rush in a world p.m. Luncheon American Legion classes of 20's and 30's10:00:

While polls have consistently shown purposefully removed from reality. Fish Fry Class of 1941 Kingsley Lake Civic Center 4:00: to a.m to 2:00: p.m.

that casino is not favored 7:00: p.m. Luncheon-Western Steer-Classes of all the 1940's-1:30: p.m. to
gambling by The hugh sums of money surrounding Dinner Bradford Family Restaurant Classes of the 20's and 5:00:
Floridians, they also show that a more gambling, and the fast-paced, hypnotic p.m.

lenient attitude is taken by a majority of environment are a natural setting for

voters on the subject of lotteries. intrusion by organized crime. Oppor-

Because of its widespread appeal and tunities for graft, corruption,

easy availability, however, the lottery blackmail, and extortion are ever pre- County Agent's Notebook By Bobby, .Taylor

would affect a broader spectrum of sent.

participantsincluding the poor, the Florida can take warning from what
dependent aged and even the children.Florida's has happened in Atlantic City N.J. Dleback/ on Old Trees- What to Do or Not Do About It

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:since casinos: : were legalized: ;; : were: 111
image as a family-oriented : Dieback is a process of decline which have
ing things, a natural life expectancy.
recreation state has already suffered 1978. The following items were excerp-- causes trees to give up a portion of their Sometimes, no matter how careful are tree wound dressing immediately. When
enough from the fact that it has becomethe ted from research conducted recentlyby leaves. It usually occurs as a result of not to disturb a tree's environment you with pruning the, make clean cuts Never that leave are flush

cocaine-importing capital of the the Florida Department of Law En- some severe stress to the tree's root dieback will occur and there's nothing you edges adjoining that don't stem.heal well. jagged -

Southeastif not the entire nation. To forcement concerning casino gamblingin system.between There's the number delicate of leaves balance it can in a sup-tree can bark do, but about this it.becomes Each year more, trees difficult grow new One thing you'll want to be sure you do is

add to this, the unsavory underworld at- New Jersey and its possible impacton port. If a tree loses part of its root system, the tree gets older. as keep your trees pruned away from power

mosphere of casino gambling and lot- Florida if they are legalized here: it must also give up some of its leaves. At some point, the tree won't be able to lines. If you don't do the pruning, utility
companies will. But, probably t
teries, would further alienate the *Acts of violent crime numbered 640 in 1978 However, this process doesn't happen grow enough replacement parts for those be very happy with the you results.Be won
overnight.
family-type tourist trade that the state and rose to 975 in 1984 although the city's Visible dieback of a tree takes time- it's decline losing., there's Once a tree begins that this period be of very careful when you use weed

has spent billions to attract over the population declined about 10,000 during that often as long as a year from the date the for it. nothing can done killers in your landscape. Some herbicidescan

years.It period. root system was injured. The larger the It possible,however, to extend a tree'snatural hurt your tree, even if you use them
*The number of non-violent crime rose tree, the longer it takes for this stress signto life expectancy and delay this in- twenty feet away from where the tree is
is poor public policy for any govern- from 4,891 in 1978 to 11,830 in 1984. show up. So, with older trees, it could evitable period decline.The most Impor- growing. If you must use herbicides
mental body of the State to be in the anywhere near a tree's root system, make
*Thirty murders were linked by the Penn- easily be a year or more before dieback oc tant thing you can do is protect the tree'sroot
business of promoting casinos, lottery, sylvania Crime Commission to mob efforts to curs. Also, the larger a tree is, the less system. Give a tree the space it needs. sure that they're designed to kill green
growth only
or any other form of gambling in orderto control Atlantic City "turf" and other of- disturbance. it can tolerate to its root As we said earlier, a small tree can and One of the worst things you can do is
fund its schools other fenses such laundering system.A will adapt to a limited space. A mature
help or public as money bribery, small tree will adapt to almost start excessively fertilizing an old tree.
tree that's forced to
any
needs. It is an admission that the State and hidden interests in lucrative contract procurements growing condition that it has to. A mature space will not adapt. occupy a smaller You may think that this will stimulate a

cannot or is not willing to make the effort tree, on the other hand, is "set in its tree to extend its life, and for a young,
to finance its needs through the *The Atlantic City Police Department ways", as the saying goes, and can't respond Protect the tree's bark as much as possible vigorous tree, that may be true. But, for a
reports that each of the 11 casinos generates favorably to changes in its environ- it's the only protection a tree has mature tree in its declining years, excessive -
usual
channels of responsible sources.At approximately 1,000 additional crimes per ment. against the outside world. A wound that fertilization will only cause pro-

best the lottery is an unreliable unit per year.Property So, what can be done to prevent diebackin goes deep into the tree will expose the blems. An old tree doesn't need an

means of income which is inefficientand tax assessments have increased old trees? Probably the first thing we center to all sorts of wood rotting fungi, the overabundant root foliar to crown.It this doesn't have

casinos arrived need to realize is that trees, like all and boring insects. Treat all with system support excessive
expensive to create and maintain. tremendously since in Atlan- grow wounds a growth, and the tree will become top
After the expenses of administration tic City, causing the relocation of many low- heavy.
,
income families. It is reported that some 10
plus costs of collection, printing, etc. thousand persons have relocated during the
are paid only a fraction of each dollar because of in Bradford
past eight years rising property Forestry County Ozone Layer at Risk., ..
spent on lottery tickets will be left for taxes. _

any state use. There is no provision for Florida's large percentage of elderly By David W.Norton )The Earth's protective ozone

ear-marking $369 million for education, persons on retirement have much to layer, which absorbs high levels of

as some lottery promoters would leadus fear from the possible influx of casinos. Last week as well as most of this year, not everyone does correctly.. The risk radiation from from worldwide the sun chemical, it at serious use,

to believe, and for whatever amount Many of Atlantic City's residents lost most people involved with forestry sat on planting school will be held on October 7 at reports International Wildlife
the schools receive the legislaturecould their homes when casinos moved in. the edge of of their seats waiting for the out- our Lake City office beginning at 10 a.m. magazine. While aerosal spraycanuse
come tax reform. Well, it and
if it wished, reduce the state fun- Some were evicted when landlords sold those who were wondering what passed effects tax the There that may outdoor be more burning changes coming be done.in of chloroflurocarbons has declined -

ding of schools by a like amount.In their property to casinos. Others couldno reform would have on forestry are still Major way landowners or landowners can who burn decade by ,82 their percent use as refrigerants over the past,in-

the words of State RepresentativeMike longer afford to pay their property wondering-include myself in the group. the woods on a frequent basis should plan sulating material and solvents has
Langton of Duval "The taxes when land speculation by casino Almost certainly President Reagan will to attend a meeting on October 15 beginn- increased by more than 70 percent.
County, sign the tax reform bill into law but it cer-
ing at 9:30: a.m. at Austin Carey Memorial The
increased EPA estimates
values 20
owners property a percent
lottery encourages gambling. It attracts tainly doesn't simplify much, especially Forest, south of Waldo. of the
depletion ozone layer,possiblein
bettors who otherwise would not dramatically. the past were timber growers as individual less than 40 years,would result In
gamble and it has been found that those taxpayers fit into the picture.There's 3.7 million more cases of skin cancer

who can least afford to play are the ma- Florida simply does not need the kind gains treatment talk about for timber the loss salesthat'strue. of capital each year in the U.S.

jority of those who do play. The lottery of growth and the false "prosperity"that .Where does that put timber growers? Active Seniors...

erodes the American work ethic, encouraging would result from casinos and/or It's not as bad as one might think.Currently -

false hopes of success lottery. "Miami Vice" may be entertaining you pay approximately $20 on every $1 The Senior Center offers various Mount St. Helens... .

through luck, and discouraging the on TV, but it can prove deadly in taxes on income received from a timber activities for senior citizens in- Life is slowly returning to Mount
and sale (up to $depending on your income cluding needlework, macrame, exercises St. Helens.
rewards of hard work and education.Are demoralizing in real life. That kind According to Ranger
bracket). Under tax reform, the
top tax bingo, etc Rick
these the values and habits we wantto of growth (in crime, drugs, and higher rate has been listed as 28 percent which : __* .: f found magazine, scientists have
tiny "pockets of
life"
teach our children?" taxes) we can do without. means, if you fall in this bracket, you will The Center is been sheltered from the hot that ash had and
open Monday
pay 28 percent on every $1 in taxes on In-
come received no matter where it comes through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 gases by rocks and fallen trees.
p.m. and is located behind the These pockets" provided a safe
from. Not bad so far, I'm keeping my new .haven for
finger's crossed that most of the other courthouse on the corner of Grand many small animals and
beneficial programs to forestry remain for and Georgia Streets. plants number which again.have begun to grow in

your using pleasure.

. LA t There are a number of important an- Contact'Beverly McGee or
nouncements which may affect depen-
you
Teresa Wood at 964-4545 for more
U ding on your particular interests. Any landowner information.A On Bottles Bills...
/ who is interested in
signing( up
.
under There's a 90 percent return rate
the "Free Seedling Program' to
plant pines on 5 acres or more is encouraged for beverage containers in states
to sign-up within the next two weeks. with deposit laws, reports Interna-
Anyone who is planning on planting tional Wildlife magazine. That impressive -

9 $ fr.; pines this winter should probably go to figure may soon prompt
7. Florida, New Jersey and Penn-
a 6' school. A tree planting school is plannedfor
r those landowners who want to avoid the sylvania to join nine other states
harsh which already have bottle bills.
of
pitfalls a planting operation.This
Get for Arts Festival Oct. 18 19 poor Some
Heady y session will be especially important to environmentalists believe this
/ .r any landowner renting a tree planting will boost the chances of a national
machine for the first time this law deposits requiring on all
or planting
Alumni Reunion Oct. 24,25 tornado at Is
And BUS y year. Yes, its true anyone can plant trees,. "waterspout.tea known as a beverage cans and bottles.Page .



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October 2, 1986 TELECiKAIMI Page 5A

t Kimberly Pace

Social l Side N Honored at Two N..

Club News Bridal Showers

\ Of th. 'NoticesChurch Kimberly Pace, bride-elect of i

Items Joseph Norris, was honored at a
!>l- miscellaneous bridal shower at the

News ., 11t home ol her aunt, Gail Thomas of
Starke.
Weddings
Upon her arrival she was
t( Receptions F presented with a corsage of white )
.1: f." Parties carnations. As a memento of the oc-
casion she received an eight place
setting of stoneware. +
r Cake and punch was served to the

1 : attending guest \ 1A J .
F' .
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. Margie Lea Lotario, .' Second Show .' .....,
Bride-elect
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:" honored at a
Timothy David Masters ( .( shower given by : ( I> ;\ .. '
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t( ttw / Baptist ,.. ''I '
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'. "I..: September 25.Hostesses ,. .
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Wed September J 13 for Diana \
Lynn race
Barber
Linda I
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Margie Lea Lotarlo, granddaughter roses trimmed with teal ribbons. iY. Ford, Pat
of the late Harold Kite The grand ball room served as the Jo ... J st.( Mooneyham,
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native of Bradford County, anIEunice reception area and was decoratedwith 4 ..to'II. ,it. I. t.. ._.",., Patterson,
Kite of Jacksonville and streamers in mathcing fall colors : ,: .v..., .; l Saunders, To Wed November 8
daughter of Judy Kite, became the of yellow, teal, pink, white and k'I." .. .. ":' '"tY Shadd, Sue
bride of Timothy David Masters green.A -.,- ''';JVI' "J ., .. l' 'Vt' ; Thomas, Mr and Mrs Thomas Calvin Pace

Saturday, September 13, at the five-tiered wedding cake with : Williams and the engagement and up-
Woman's Club of Jacksonville.The matching attendants coming down tti; '' Kimberly was marriage of their daughter
leading to two smaller cakes ceramic Lynn, to Dennis Neil
steps .
garden ceremony was per .?i .'t.L.11185 ..
and son of Mr. amd Mrs Bill
., formed by Phillis Anderson with a flowing fountain in the center -'" -- '" match.
nuptial music provided by Studio adorned the Bride's table. Mrs. Timothy I). Musters! tended. of Lake City
Four. Out-of-town guests were Mr. & lee WhiteheadSet The The Bride-elect is a graduate of

The bride was given in marriageby Mrs. Donald Hodges of Starke; Mr. Oct. 25 DateMr. Homecoming Services decorated with invited.:1" County High School and is

her uncle, Gene.Anderson, with & Mrs. L. O. Rogers of Haines City; Lawtey Church of God plants and by Pride.
the bridegrooms brother, Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. Gene Hill of Cocoa & Mrs. Lee Vernon Frazier of rangements. In Dennis is a graduate of Columbia
Masters, serving as Best Man. Beach; Mrs. Hall of Groveland; Mr. St. Petersburg, FL, announce the Sunday, October 5, the Lawtey and punch, the High School and is employed
Matron of Honor was Sherry D. L. Huber of Virginia; Mr. & Mrs. engagement and upcoming mar- Church of God will have homecoming vegetabe trays Hill.iml.ilo Farms of Florida Inc

a friend of the brides. Stanley Masters of Orlando; Mrs. riage ol their daughter, Diana Lee, services with a covered dish din- crackers, chips, The wedding is planned for Satur
McGlamory Richards Carol Wilbanks, Mr. Mark Allen to Douglas E. Whitehead of Jackson ner after the morning services. November 8, at 7 P.M. at the

MyRanda Terri Anderson, Tammy,. and Susan Kite, Kite, Mr. Chris Wilbanks of Albany, ville, son of Mr. & Mrs. Alfred There will be singing in the after- MimI Butler First Baptis' Church.All .
OA, Mr. & Mrs. Mac Kite of Live Whitehead of Lake Butler. noon. friends and relatives are in-
Masters the bridal attendants. Julian F.
were
Rev. Alton Coleman from the to altend.Graham .
Oak and friends and relatives of Diana has a Masters in En-
They wore teal tea length gowns. Jacksonville. vironmental Eng from the University South Leesburg Church of God and a Nov. 29
with umbrellas to match.
SeDena Anderson was Juniorbride's Margie and Timothy are both of Florida and is employed{ by former pastor will be the guest Mr. & Mrs.
graduates of Englewood High School Hazards, Inc. in Jacksonville. speaker. Plans
maid and wore a full length Lawtey Baptist
Everyone (is invited to come and
and Margie is a graduate ol Florida Douglas is a graduate of University their
white gown trimmed in teal and daughter,
matching umbrella. College of Medical and Dental of Florida and is an account ex worship with us. Ft. Lauderdale, Gospel Sing, Revival

Mark Kite, McCart was ring Careers. She is employed as a ecutive with Better Business Forms. Church of God son of Mrs. Graham Baptist Church Is plann-
bearer.An registered medical assistant. The wedding is planned for October Atlanta. a gospel sing October at 7:30:
all-over white chantilly lace Timothy is self-employed with 25, 1U86 at St. Thomas Plans RevivalThe The wedding m.
Masters Concrete Service of Episcopal; Church in St. Petersburg. November A revival featuring Brother
gown was worn by the Bride with a Starke Church of God revivalis 29,
matching hat. The gown had a stan- Jacksonville. Joy Corlton-AAike Plant set to start Sunday, October 5,1986at A.M.E. Church ene (Mass will start October 5 at
dup neckline trimmed in pearls. Her Following a trip to Daytona, Tam 11:00a.m. with Rev. Tim Davis as vitations will :: p.m.
bridal bouquet was yellow and pink pa and Southside Ocala, the couple will residein Announce Wedding PlansMs. speaker.The and friends are Everjone is invited to attend.
the of Jacksonville.
Sharon Carlton of Lawtey;and revival will continue through
October 10 at 7:30: p.m. There will be .
Mr. Martin Carlton of Lake City an- =--= -- -
Michael Patrick special in each service.
nounce the engagement and ap- singing
Alvarez Reunion
Celebrates 10th Year Family proaching marriage of their The public is cordially invited to

Scheduled For Oct. 12 daughter, Joy, to Mike Plant, son of attend the revival. The church is
Michael Patrick celebrated his Kenneth & Carol Plant of located at 422 N. St. Clair St. in
10th birthday Tuesday, Sept. 30 at The Alvarez family reunion is set Gainesville.The Starke. Rev Waller F. MonU is the
friends. for Sunday October 12, at the Motel
McDonalds with 15 of his wedding is planned for October pastor! Temple
located
and Raiford Community Center
The enjoyed
games
group in Haiford. 25, 1986 at 7 p m. in the Starke
off 121
just Highway
prizes.Michael. Church of God with a reception JANET'S SECRETARIAL Avenue
880 N.
Temple
will about
is the son of the late Lunch begin 1:00: p.m. in the hall.
Thomas Michael Patrick of Lawtey All relatives and friends are invited following fellowship SERVICE

and JoAnn Hall of Starke. to come early, bring lunch and School Joy is and a graduate is employed of Bradford at Winn High DIx- Complete business bookkeeping Come Stay With Us!
have an enjoyable alternoon. If ie in Starke. Payroll & tax forms prepared
anyone has questions call 964-6484. Student papers professionally typed -
Mike is a graduate of Gainesville
High School and is also employed at Resumes prepared Single Occupancy . S14- & UP


I Legal Notices --_.--_._-..-.. .-Winn-Dixie-..-in.-Starke.----- -- .____s__._960-8757-_-.-.__.-_-.--._--_--.. Double Occupancy . S17 & Up --


Ask About Our Weekly Rates
- ----- - and David R. &
Madison Florida against ,
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO lorney or immediately !the eoher; o'her-
Virginia K. Tuten defendents In the default will be entered
I REGISTER NOTICE OF AUCTION wise a against
amount of $936.10 together with costs of
FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE Is hereby given that under you for 'he relief demanded in the peti 964-7357 -

_.. .. Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida and by virtue of Part IV of Chapter 83 FS collection.Have seized andhav.Ininypossesslon" "** tin, ,. _
y Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the as Self Storage Facility Act that the the following described personal DATED on 'lin 30th' day of September .
undersigned Dorothy H. Brown Rt 2, undersigned will sell for cosh to the pro. 1966. ------
-
Box 33S Starke sole owner doing highest bidder at 301 South 1642 S. per'y to wit: GILBtRT S. BROWN -.- -s ; -
19/6 Ford Wrecker VIN NO.
,
Cler k of the Court
business under the firm name of S/W Walnut St., Starke. FL at 5:00: p.m. on the As -
Discount Auto Parts, Rt. 2, Box 335 13th day of October. 1986 the contentsof As I-3/YNB03002 the property of the above named BY: Linda l. PearceAs Clerk
Intends said fictitious No. 29 to Jean Wilkinson Deputy
Starke to register Unit belonging
defendant and that on Monday the 27th
10/23
10
name under the aforesaid statute. containing misc. household goods 24'chg HOMECOMING
day of October 1986 at two o'clock on .
Dated this 15 day of September. A.D. by C S C Mini Storage 1642 S. Walnut -- --- ----- -- -
1986 In Bradford County St., Starke Fl 32091. 964 8848. said day on the premises of the Bradford ....... ...................................... ......... .... .
County Jail, I will offer for sale and sell t

9/l8ltchg. .10/9 10/2.: .2-chg. .. .. 10/9- >o 'he highest bidder for cash In hand Thanks t Sunday October 5th
M--------------- -- - - -- the above described property of said Bradford Florist ,
INVITATION TO BID defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Ex I 1
Notice I I. hereby'given that sealed bids NOTICE OF AUCTION ecution. and the MORGAN RD BAPTIST CHURCHCR
will be received by the City of Starke for NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff I ,
one ((1)I) 13.8KV Grounding Transformer October 13 1986. at 10.00 o'clock Gator Bradford County Florida I Kissing Banditfor 233 Starke. Florida
Bids will be received at the City Hall City A.M. the undersigned. 10/2 4tchg 10/23
of Starke until 1:30: Tuesday October Freightways Inc., will sell at public auction coming to t
7, 1986 for furnishing p.m. the equipment for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jackson - - Sunday School . . . . . . . . 10 AM

described In the Contract yule Fla., 32205 one lot of Acrylic top IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH Kentucky Fried Morning Worship . . . . . . . 11 A.M.
Documents. Proposals will then and consigned to Chuck Huggms West Palm
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Chicken and making
there be opened and publicly read Beach Fla; one lot of A/C compressor BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA DINNER AT 12:45: P.M.

aloud. Contract Documents may be examined consigned to Bradley A/C. West Palm CASE NO.: 86.351.CA Julia Ann Harris' 26th i Special music In the afternoon
and obtained at the office of Beach. Fla; one lot of plastic art consigned
IN RE The Marriage of Guest "The Quartet"from
: Singers Trinity
,
Beach Co.. Riviera birthday so rewarding. J
Palm Paper
W.M. Weldon City of Starke City Hall. to DONALD C. DUNCAN Palatka, Florida
P.O. Drawer C, Starke FL 32091. Beach Fla., to satisfy freight and Husband
9/252tchg 10/2 storage charges under the provisions of
Section 4b( ) ol Uniform Standard Bill of andJOANN GREEN DUNCAN THE BRADFORD EVERYONE WELCOMEPastor
Lading. Robert Parrish
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Pro., 12.7/6561 d'd 6/30/86 Wife COUNTY TE1EORAPH
Notice Is hereby given that I I. Dolph E. Pro.03 8S8876 did 7/29/86 NOTICE OF ACTION' ; CONSTRUCTIVE
Reddish as sheriff of Bradford County 03 810816 did 6/5/86 SERVICE: Published( c\try Thursday ---
Florida under and by virtue of Writ of Gator Freightways, Inc., Carrier NO PROPERTYTO at 135 W. Call Street
DONALD C DUNCAN
Execution to-wit: :
Execution Issued out of County Courtof .10/2 2tchg. 10/9 ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU Starke. Florida 32091!
Levy County Florida pursuant to a -.----- --- -'- ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Second Class postage paid at OUR BEST
dissolution of marriage has been filed
Final Judgement for Levy County State NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Starke. Florida
Bank of Branson, Florida and againstCharles Notice is hereby given that I I. Dolph E. against you and you are required to
P. Graham defendant, in the serve a copy of your written defenses ifany Subscription lutes:
of Bradford
amount of 3467.57 together with costs Reddish as sheriff and virtue of County.Writ of to it on Eugene\ F. Shaw, Wifas, attorney In-trudc $12.00 Sear
Florida under by area: per
of collection. whose address is 925 E North CUT YET!
Execution; to-wit: six months
$7.00
Avenue Starke Florida 32091,
Have seized and have In my possession Execution issued out of County Court of Temple
the described on or before Monday November 3. 1986 I :
following personal Madison County, Florida pursuant to a Outside areas $13 per year
ilerk of this
and file the original with the
to-wit
property : for Leonard M. Odom six monthsISShrimp
Final Judgement $7.SO
12-foot Arlstocom Satellite Dish d/b/a Leonard's Auto ft Truck Service of court either before service on Wifot at-\ y TS
As the property of the above named -
defendant and that on Monday the 20th --
day of October, 1986 at two o'clock on SAVE
said day on the premises of the Bradford
County Jail I will offer for sale and sell Chicken & .
to the highest bidder for cash In hand $7O
the above described property of said
defendant to satisfy the aforesaid e...
.

ecution.Dolph Bradford E. Reddish County Florida Sheriff Dinner TRIMMER 38159

9/25/tchg 10/16 .

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Converts to power edger power hoe;

NOTICE OF AUCTION Two Tasty Favorites! M1 power b ower with optional
NOTICE Is hereby given that under ,cam attachments
and by virtue of Part IV of Chapter 83 FS tvk"T w. *.,, Powerful28CC2-cycieengine
as Self Storage Facility Act, that the Enjoy generous portions of tender r ; Y Reversible 8.inch weed blade
undersigned will sell for cash to the bite-size fried shrimp and delicious ., Fuel Injection starting for Quick starts

highest bidder at 301 South 1642 S. boneless chicken fillets, served with Automatic Tao-N-co' line advance
Walnut St., Starke FL at 5:00 p.m. on the : T t $3 69
13th day of October, 1986, the contentsof natural-cut french fries, fresh cole slaw, .

Unit No. 22 belonging to Johnnie M. two Southern-style hush puppies sweet -.
Birch containing misc. household goods .& sour sauce, cocktail sauce and a For A Limited Time Only
by C S C Mini Storage 1642 S. Walnut /,1J IT fTIw
lemon wedge.
St., Starke FL 32091, 964.8848.

-.---.- ".---.--.-10/2- -2tchg.. 10/9 SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY ALL DAY MONDAY & TUESDAY ALL DAY Limited I year Warranty

All-You-Can-Eat Country-Style Fish Dinner 2-Piece Fish Dinner A '.
.
NOTICE NOTICE is hereby OF AUCTION given that under Country-style fish fillets French Dinner includes: 2 golden-brown fish E A J

and by virtue of Part IV of Chapter 83 FS fries e Cole slaw e Hush puppies fillets, natural cut french fries, Available at: ....
Self Facility Act that the cole slaw 2 Southern-style' fresh
as Storage Tartar sauce. Offer Good For $3 79 29
will sell for cash to the
undersigned Dining Room Service Only puppies. Fla Pest Control
highest bidder at 301 South 1642 S. 539 E. Call St.
Walnut St., Starke. FL at 5:00 p.m.on the STARKE
13th day of October 1986. the contentsof 0
Unit, No. 23 belonging to Jeanie Car. I "4-5745

dillo containing mix household goods :aiA s ..... ,,,,. ......
6 "(' *to rwY4.d..mr".5'* >
'J. by C A C MIni) Storage 1642 S. Walnut MY...'.. '.'.._..M.r_..."..mil....MF, .M'N.MV M.xYW.....'.....,......._...,pYMp.N. .
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Cathy Norman,, Robert Thorne I School Menus

Wrdnpsday Chicken nuggets, macaroni' A
E. 4 4d 4rr pet. -Od.l0 cheese green beans, fruit cup, cookie, biscuit
United In Mal July 19lace -milk.Thuridayi.
triage Bradford Elem. Middle School Sloppy Joe on bun buttered corn,cabbage
Mondiyt Hamburger gravy mashed polalom, slaw, butler scotch squares, milk.
buttered green peai,chocolate pudding biscuits, Friday! Teacher Planning any Student Holiday.
Cathy Elaine Norman,daughter of with scheffle embroidery. The milk. .
Mr. & Mrs. Lester Page of Jacksonville Sabrina neckline was accented with Tuesdays Fried chicken baked beam, cabbage
bt and the late Harold K. Normanof an embroidered medallion and slaw,applesauce, hot rolls, milk. A-la-Carte
"" Starke, was united in holy adorned with a cameo trim. The fries Wednesdays,cherry cake Burrltos cobbler garden, milk. lalad, french Monday French fries, .milkshake
matrimony July 19 In Ft. Lauder- had renaissance sleeves and cheeseburgers pizza,corndogs
gown a Tburidiyi Salisbury steak rice& gravy,green Tuesday Cheeseburgers, plum trench: Mao,
dale, Fla., on board The Sundream deep basque waistline, bouffant beam, peaches, hot rolls milk. milkshakes, orange Juice.
Yacht to Robert F. Thorne, son of skirt layered in deep lace ruffles. Frldiyi. Teacher Planning Day. Student Holiday. Wrdnesduyi Hamburger, mllkshaket. pins,
m Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Thorne, Sr. ,of The gown was designed by Alfred orange juice,french tries
Miami Angelo. Cathy carried a bouquet of Bradford High School pleas Thursday, milkshakes:; Corndogn::: ,french fries, orange juice,
The ceremony was performed by ''small white orchids and gardenias Monday Beef a rant cheese aUx, garden salad, Friday! Teacher Planning Day Student Holi
Rev Steve Fisherman. interspersed with baby's breath, ivy apple crisp, hot rolls, milk. day.
I The ceremony was held on the bow and white satin cascading ribbons. turnip Tuesday greens! Hamburger,strawberry gravy shortcake mashed cornbread potatoes,, Each day students have a choice of a hot lunch,
/ of the yacht under a lattice archway The bridal has was trimmed in chan- milk. salad bar or they may. Durchaae rL-carlo.
decorated with peach and turquoise tilly lace and seed pearls with a
"" oriental flowers and Ivy. The rails of short veil of English tulle.
<' .,,r the yacht were accented with white The reception was held on board
satin bows which highlighted the the yacht and everyone enjoyed
outline of the walkway to the arch. cruising the Intercoastal Water
/It( The bride was given in marriageby ways. Dancing music was providedby
r her brother, Charles K. Norman, the yacht's five-piece band.
s.-- and her father, Lester Page. The The reception room was decorated
Best Man was Scott Westman of iwth pink dogwood flower trees and
New York, Usher was Kevin Nor green palms. The reception table
brother of the bride. The decorated with
man, was peach fugi DRESS & GIFT SHOPBradford
groom and his party wore white tux mums and other imported oriental
edos with turquoise bowties and flowers. The guests enjoyed a buffet i II .
Mr. & Mrs.: Robert F. Thome cummerbunds The tuxedos were by style dinner. Toasts were made to 'I
After Six, a design by Miami Vice. the happy couple with pink champagne
The ring bearer was Jonathan from a fountain inside the
Thorne of Miami, and he carried a five-tier wedding cake as they cruis ,
white lace satin pillow. ed the waterway until midnight.
MOUNCI Mrs. Sheila Cox served as Matronof Assisting in serving were Alissa
G Honor and Debbie Hodges of Urra, Mrs. Faye Bennett, Lisa '
Jacksonville as bridesmaid. Rebecca Hartley'Stephanie Cox and Candice }
Kringle of Miami was the flower Norman.
Tressie Nicole Milliard Adam Jarrd Brooks girl. They were attired in strapless Cathy is the granddaughter of Mr. r
Mr. & Mrs. Tommy L. Hilliard, Jr. Michael & Laura Brooks of Ocala turquoise satin gowns with the & Mrs. Leon Norman, Sr. of Starke '1 8
of Starke proudly announce the birthof announce the birth of a son, bodice adorned with alencon lace and ra Rafuse of Lawtey.The ''
a daughter, Tressie Nicole born Adam Jared born August 29, 191)6! ) in and seed pearls. The hairpieceswere coupe honeymooned on a 7 ,fir
September 12, 1986 in Orange Park, Ocala, Fla.Maternal. made of tiny peach and tur day Carribbean cruise on The
Florida. grandmother is \Mrs.Scletta quoise roses, baby s breath and Jubilee, which took them to Mexico
Tressie joins a sister Trudy. Thomas of Gainesville. were trimmed with peach satin ribbons and other romantic ports in the Car
Maternal grandparents are Mr. & \Maternal great-grandfather is \Mr.B Their bouquets were of peach ribbean.
Mrs. Edmond E. Devevo of Mac- T. Thomas of Starke. roses, baby's breath tiny turquoise Following the honeymoon trip the e.tf
classy, Fla.Paternal Paternal grandparents are Mr. & orchids trimmed with peach satin couple will reside in Miami where i.iv .
grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. Roy Brooks of Inverness. ribbons and ivy. The flower girl carried Robert is a top employee with Sud-
Mrs. Tommy L. Hilliard, Sr. of a white lace satin flower basket. dath Van Lines and Cathy is a *
Starke. Did You iwiuw. The bride wore a pure white podiatrist assistant with the
Paternal great-grandmother is princess Chantelly gown of venise Podiatric Association. ,
Susie Hilliard. The annual Padgett Reunion was Allyson Hildretrf, ... --- .. -
held at the home of Harry & Vergie
Stacy Heck HonoredAt Bleasdale in Keystone Heights Sun Donald Cooper, Jr.

Baby Shower day, September 28. Announce EngagementRobert
The family enjoyed good food,
Stacy Heck was honored at a baby good fellowship good tun and a Lee & Barbara Jean
shower Tuesday evening, Sept. 23. great pool! Adkins of Lakeland and the late ,
The shower was given by Cyndee Next ;year the reunion will be held Ernest Elmer Htldreth of Lakeland, a
Lawrence Josie Williams, Denise at the DeWitt & Rosa Padgett announce the engagement and approaching
Adams and Shirley Bagwell at the homestead. marriage of their
home of the latter on Cherry St. daughter, Allyson Jean (Sissy) ,;1
The refreshment table was Mr. Lamar Reddish of Santa Fe Hildreth Lakeland, to Donald Ray
centered with a wicker baby carriage Lake and Airs Barbara Reddish of Cooper Jr., son of Mary E. Cooper, ," I
holding pink & blue carna- Starke gave a dinner party Friday Starke and Donald R. Cooper Sr. of d
tions. Cake, punch, mints & nujts night, September 5, lor their son, Raifm d.
were served to the guests. A Randy, and his fiance, Shelley Allyson is a 1985 graduate of Doris
"Welcome Little One" cloth covered Raley at the Fellowship Baptist Sanders School of Lakeland. r Y
the gift table and was centered witha Church fellowship hall following the Donald is a graduate of Bradford ".. 4 '
pink & white umbrella. couple's wedding rehearsal.The High School and is employed by j
Stacy was presented with a yellow U-shaped tables were covered Bradford Family Restaurant.The '-.
daisy corsage and a high chair as a with lace cloths with a garland of wedding is planned for Saturday (', '
memento of the occasion by the fern interspersed with votive October 18, ]986 at 4:00: p.m. at '; r
hostesses. candles and silk floral ar the Bradford Florist and Wedding KX'
Thirty of Stacy's friends were in rangements down the length of the House in Starke.Woman's f '
vited to share this special evening. tables. The head table was centered :d .l Square Shopping Ctr. I-
with an arrangement of silk peach Donald Cooper, & Allison IliMrelh Open M-Sa. 9:30:30 964-S051 __..t::: ..
Sgt. Mary H. Knight roses. Club Monthly

Given Leadership AwardStaff Approximately 40 guests enjoyed Meeting and LuncheonThe .
the The couple giftsto
Sgt. Mary }l. Knight, niece of heir attendants wring the din mostly meeting and luncheonof
Ruth & Willie Berry of Lawtey, has nero the Woman's Club of Starke is set
received the 8th U.S. Army for October 7 at 12:00 noon. -v 'r4
Distinguished Leader Award. Mrs. Randy Reddish was given a A progam on "Education" will be
The award is presented to soldiers miscellaneous bridal shower Sept 22 presented by Thelma Jennings,
who have exhibited superior leader- at the home of Mrs. Norman Dowdy, chairman, assisted by Pat Scoggins,
ship abilities. Jr. Margie Thomson, Mona Canova, Liz
Nominated by their peers and Hostesses for the event were Mrs. Nasworthy, Muriel Norman, Shirley
subordinates, each nomination is Norman Dowdy, Jr., Mrs. Norman Douglas Dot Sale Jane Trawickand
validated by the respective chain of Dowdy, Sr., Mrs Eugene Norman, Sandra Green.President .
command to ensure prescribed stan- Mrs. Guy Padgett Mrs. W. P. Luke Thomas urges all
dards for physical fitness training Mrs. Danny Luke. members to attend this meeting and
skill qualification tests and weapons The bride was given an electric bring at least one prospective
firing are met or exceeded. mixer by the hostesses member
Knight is a personnel records
supervisor in South Korea.
Her husband Army Staff Sgt.
James J. Knight, is> the son of Louis
& Gladys C. Knight of Panama City

Hughes Completes

Recruit TrainingNavy JAMBOREEHampton >,r
Seaman Recruit Howard C ;
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Hughes, son of Roger E & Joan R. r '
Hughes of Starke has completed r e
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recruit City Park iti li"i rti ,
training at Recruit Training -i 1,
Command, San Diego.
During Hughes's eight-week training _

military cycle,subjects he studied designed general to Oct. 4 5:30: to 12 :,

prepare him for further academican o
d on-the-job training in one of the CANCER DRIVE
Navy's 85 basic fields.

Hughes's studies includedseamanshipcloseorderdrillNaval Reason for drive

history and first aid. Personnel who will be explained at the park
complete this course of instructionare
eligible for three house of college

credit Hygiene.A in. Physical Education and Concession Stand Open

1984 graduate of BUS, and a 1986
LIVE MUSIC
graduate of Jones College with an -
Assoc. of Science degree, Hughes
joined the Navy in March 1986. Country, Gospel BluegrassIn ",

Gospel Sing....
I Case of Rain Come to Fire StationNO Rentals ,
Telephone
Your :
A gospel sing at Church of God of > : ticket
Prophecy, Inc. 218: N. Temple Ave,
ALCOHOL OR DRUGS .
is scheduled for Saturday, Oct 4 at to full service. '
7:30: p.m.

Pastor W.T. Laney invited Rent a phone from Centel, and you don't pay a cent for parts or labor.
everyone to come and enjoy the
fellowship. If something goes wrong just bring your phone in.Well fix it free.

, - - - -- - - 'i Or if you'd rather, well make housecalls for a nominal fee. The cost to

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

And any services necessary to keep it ringing true.
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Oak Reproductions Telephone rentals. It's just one of the ways Centel keeps you well- i

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noon. Fill in all the blanks with either the name of the
p \ team you think will win,or "tie"' if you think the game
will end in a tie. The person who picks the most

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Southside Elem. School Newsby of local crafts. As with a lot of Car-: plants! and their different groups. To r.- .
learn more about the Fungi
group .
ribbean Islands, Jamaica is well '
we grew our own mold. The students tiawtey --------1: '
known for its use of straw but ::
by: Julie I'onelrr and Shannon Safer we' observed the mold under- the'" _
found out that most of our mahoganyand
:\ Harrell's Fourth Kingston and the famous "burins'' cherry wood products come microscope. We would like to thank I
Ruek Falls in Ocho Rios Steven Haynes for the goldfish he
Grade from there also. The students
en- added to the class aquarium. The ,
Dana brought back some interesting
I Dana Warren returned from a joyed the many straw items some
just things she shared with our children have enjoyed watching and
week in Jamaica. While there, she class. Included were postal picturesof wood crafts and others that Dana caring for the fish. I would like to The Lawtey Elementary School There was also a contest, Lu lice
school.It .
and her family visited Monteuu Bav, the bout it' it srenerv and examples brought sounded to as though Dana had lots congratulate the following studentson news is reported weekly by the who would wear the most unusual

-- -- of fun and learned a great deal along making 100 on their spelling exams Lawtey Elementary gifted class. T-shirt, Mrs. Paulette Strong won.
with it on Unit 5: Monica Busby Noel The reporters are: 7th grade Gla The T-shirt she wore read "Vaca-
NOTICE OF INTENT TO REQUEST Ms. Reddish 3rd Grade Norton Greg Page Terry Paul, and Griggs, Joey Shuford, and Metina tion is my Favorite Sport".
REMOVAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS Sharon Thomlinson. Happy Birth Smith; 6th grade Wendy Cowie Each of the classes that won the
Dote of' Publication: October 2, 1986 We have been reading about day Monica Busby. Erin Wilkinson and Talslr. El- T-Shirt Day contest will receive a
Souessi; 2nd grade Michele Konkel. popcorn and snowcone party Friday
of Starke
City HallStarke. \ The editor is Gia Griggs and copy- October 3.
City editor is Taisir El-Souessi.
Florida 32091 ( Ms. Greenby

TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES. GROUPS, AND PERSONS: Majorettes... Taisir Kl-Soucssl
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On or about October 3, 1986 the obov.-named City will request the Florida \\I I// \ i : by Metina Smith Ms. Green is a fifth grade teacherat
Department of Community Affairs to remove the environmental condition and eo'Al6f' The Lawtey Elementary Band will Lawtey Elementary. She has beena
release Small Cities, Funds under Title I of the Housing and Community Development eOr\ have majorette tryouts on October teacher at Lawtey for five years.
4
Act of 1974 (PL 93.383)) for the following Project: 14 at Lawtey Elementary. The peo- She enjoys working at Lawtey Elem.
The name of the Wright Brothers' first airplane was Bird of Prey._ ple who are trying out are Metina and believes that the staff is easy to
Rono Target: Area Housing Improvements Smith 7th; Deena Parker 7th; work with. She enjoys the kids too
(PROJECT TITLE OR NAME) even .if they make her angrysometimes.
Stacie Bentley 7th; Misty Crawford
Housing Pehob, Acquisition. Clearance & Temporary Rolocotion FREE HEARING TESTKeep 7th; Glenda Rosier 7th; Angie Redding .
(PURPOSE OR NATURE OF PROJECT) I 7th; DiDi McNeal 6th; Misti She interned at a school in
Fruitland Park, and she also taught
Reno Target: Area (NE Starke) Storke. Bradford Florida Padgett 6th; and Stephanie
Traylor 6th. There will be five majorettes at some schools in Tallahassee but it
(LOCATION CITY COUNTY STATE OF PROJECT)
selected in all. was only for practice. Lawtey
$575 000ESTIMATED The band director Mr. James Elementary is the first school she
( COST OF PROJECT) Brownlee, will change the uniforms actually had a job at. Ms. Green Is 27
An Environmental Review Record respecting the within project has been made by slightly The qualifications for a ma- years old and her 10-year class reu-
the above named City which documents the environmental review of the protect e jorette are as follows: marching nion is coming up next year. She's
This Environmental Review Record is on file at the above address and is availablefor abilities a practice routine, fundamentals also a Seminole fan.
public examination and copying, upon request.The You and a routine learned We wish Ms. Green the best of luckin
her future career as a teacher,
City of Starke will undertake the project described above with Block Grant overnight.The .
funds from ,the State of Florida and the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban in the DarkWe majorette sponsor is Donna
News...
Development (HUD), under Title, I of the Housing and Community DevelopmentAct Langley the head majorette of the Kindergarten
of 1974 The City of Starke is certifying to the State and HUD that the City of BHS Marching Band.Picture by Wendy Cow leThe
Starke and Mayor Charles Schaefer In his official capacity as Mayor consent to In Helping Kindergarten classes are
Specialize
accept the jurisdiction, of the federal courts if an action is brought to enforce Dayby learning rules and regulations this
responsibilities in relation to environmental reviews decision making and ac Hear Better Michelle Konkel 1 year to start them off. The reason
lion and that these responsibilities have been satisfied, The legal effect of the The photographer will take school for learning these rules are so they
certification is that upon its approval the City of Starke may use the Block Grant See Us pictures at Lawtey Elementary on will learn to respect the teachersand
funds and the State and HUD will have satisfied their responsibilities under the October 3. The pictures cost $7 to themselves. Also they learn the
NotIonal Environmental' Policy Act of 1969. The State will accept on objection to $20. School students have taken rules so they will understand what
its approval of ,the request for removal of environmental conditions and accep each month home an envelope.Students must brIng they can and cannot do in school.
lance of the certification only "if it is on the following bases: Holiday the envelope back with the The kindergarteners are also learn-
will be in ing reading, writing and math.
in it. The
((0)) The certification, was pot in fact executed by the City Certifying' Officer Oct. 7 color.money pictures Mrs. Anderson's class has over 33

(b) The City has failed to make one of the two findings pursuant to section 58.41or JIPeople 12:30 children. Ms. Haskinson also has a
to make the written determination decision required by sections 58.47 58.53 T-Shirt Dayby large class, so the school has decided -
to divide the two classes and add
ro 58.64 for the project as applicable. Erin WilkinsonOn
another kindergarten. Mrs. Lopez
Ice: ) The City has omitted one or more of the steps set forth at Subparts F and G foi Drug Store Sept. 26, Lawtey Elementaryhad will take over the new class
the preparation, and completion of an EA. HEARING TEST T-Shirt Day to see how many

(Id) No opportunity, was given to the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation 01 Up. If you can Moore people, the would.school wear librarian T-shirts.went Mrs.to The Scout Troopby
,its Executive Director to review the effort of the project on a property listed or
JocyShiifortlScout
'he Notional Register of Historic Places or found to be eligible for such listing by take advantage of each class and counted T-shirts.how many Troop 75 wanted to have fun

the Secretary of the Interior' in accordance with 36 CFR Part 600, Fla. Licensed Hear- people Mrs.were Simpson's wearing 6th grade so they went tubing down the

Objections must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the required pro Gainesville. homeroom class won with 30 people Ichetucknee. They said they really
cedure ((24 CFR Port 58)). and may be addressed to the Florida Department of Community wearing T-shirts. Mrs. Simpson also had fun and wanted to go again.
Affairs 2571 Executive Center Circle East Tallahassee Florida 32301 brought a T-shirt for her over life- They ate lunch there after they were

Objections to the removal, of environmental conditions on bases other than those Serving N. Fla. for 16 Yrs. In-Home Appts. Available sized skeleton hanging on the wall in finished tubing. The people that
went were Keith Cowie Michel
stated above will not be considered by the State. No objection received after Oc her classroom. The skeleton also
Becker and Shuford. Scout
tober 18 1986 will be considered by the State. Audio Services wore bermuda shorts, orange socks, Joey
Hearing and blue high-tops. Mrs. Tew's 7th leader Leslie Becker went along
Mayor Charles Schoefer grade and Mrs. Hobbs' 4th grade with Judy Becker. Also people who
City HallStarke classes tied with the total of 22 people came along were Wendy Cowie and v
Florida 32091\ 1905 NW 13th St. Gainesville 373-5507 wearing T-shirts. Bonnie Cowie. By the way, the troopis
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FLORIST SERVICE STATION HALLMARK SHOP

"Flowers for All Occasions"U.S. Seeber Goodman & Personnel Our FURNITUREKim "When You Care Enoughto
.. Today Send the Very Best"
301 South 1011 N. Temple Avenue & Jan Johnson
Near Bradford Sq Shopping Center
964795.POWELL'S\ 9645899BOWEN'S Tin on my wiiy!" Such Is the tttronK character, firm fullh
96..8778FLORILAND
confidence his e"u"\\eJJu..hl" Conscientious parents rely
III'| express. li' all youngsters! upon the rclltfloim! instllulJonsof DEWITT C. JONES
could he ccrluln an excit tog! liesliny our community for support. Family
DAIRY FREEZE PEST CONTROL"Draw Is Ihd..... worship, nible study, hole- FUNERAL HOME REALTY
Manyu..pectsufuurchtklrt: 'g's Home service uctlvltlcK have a at the Churchof
Distinguished, Caring Service Worship
"Home of the Steak"
Footlong
to God and vital Influence
Nigh He In
shaping a
tomorrow depend on our today. for Over 50 Years Your Choice This Week
1212 N. Temple Will Draw Nigh to You" James 4:8: Are we Instilling! u rl"hillen"e of youngsters future.suhres9Culthutinksplriuralunit Futch & Staff
Steve & Cindy J.D. Jr & Vernle P. Odom
9645288DIMPLE'S Praying iliut God will Kulde our 473-3178
964.6567BRADFORD 514 E. Nona 964-6200-Keystone
393 N. Temple Ave. 964-7700
moral uuuroneHs?Setting 'xchlldrcn' tomorrow-naturally
ample responsible living! ?I'.neouruilii : we turn to Him for guidance COMMISSARYFOOD
TITLE | |{ the de\elopincnl of today. B & M STARTER

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encourage you to worshipthis Dimple Overstreet & Staff 238 E. Washington Street Price Is Right"

week & every week" 117 S. Thompson Street 964.5274 State Road 225 at US 301 Lawtey

964-6881 964-5780 782-3017

NORTH FLORIDACHRYSLERPLYMOUTH JORDAN AGENCYAT DOUGLAS BATTERYOF GERALD GRIFFISCONSTRUCTION

STARKE STARKEWe

DODGE, INC. "Serving You First" Rebuild Starters Superior Quality Homesat

"We're Committed to Serving You" 441 W. Madison Street Alternators & Generators Affordable Prices
U.S. 301 South Auto Marine Cycle Batteries
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964.6091CEDAR TO.......or.'ems. So ... !
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SEAFOODThe 23 Bunk
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Encourage You to Attend 1 ...." PLASTERING INC. of!>tur''"!
Best Seafood In Town ;)\1.,111\ ,
236 S. Temple Ave. Worship Services at the Churchof I SII..icI "Your Complete Dry Wall, Plastering Starke's Only Home Owned
Your Choice"US 12.la.i'IT".dll: & Stuccoing Needs" Independent Bank

964-5683 301 North 964-5531 \' .- / Hwy 16 Starke 964-5817 811 S.Walnut 964-7130

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LETA'S FLORIDA 6I924trcrlnctulu: : HURST'S ORIAN WELLSCHEVROLETOLDS

STYLE CENTER"Your NATIONAL BANK I.lIkc ) EXXON SERVICE INC.

Family Hair Care Center" 1 :li'I.24' aTTurrwluy "24 Hour Wrecker Service" Management & Staff
Officers Directors
114 N. Walnut Street 987 N. Temple Avenue Hwy. 301 North

964.8113Chastain's & Staff John ,9646111LARRY 964-7500
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Jewelry NAPA AUTO PrthrsItnllppluns CORBETT'S

& Gift Gallery PARTS STORE"All ;II.l\i TIRES & SERVICE
Complete Tire Shop
Bibles Gifts & Jewlery the Right PartsIn 2 Sat'Inil'lull'11,111\ & Auto Repairs

104 W. Call Street All the Right Places" 6.14.7,1 I w 402 N. Temple Hwy 301 N.

964-7271 155 W. Brownlee Rd. 964.6060 c 964-6436


ECONO NOEGEL'S -. c AUTOMOTIVE BATTENCONSTRUCTION' P 3 '. Sports Apparel .

LODGE AUTO SALES Restaurant PARTS CENTER CO. 4fJ & Equipment I

"Spend A Night "Worship This Week and Mandarin i ( & Szechuan Cuisine Complete Auto Parts "Quality Work for Less' South 301 Plaza
Week at the Church of
Not A Fortune" Every Your Choice" 1900 N. Temple Avenue & Auto Paint State Road 100 South (Across from Norman's Market) .:

Hwy. 301 N. 964-7600 1018 N. Temple 964-6461 964-7681 660 N. Walnut St. 964-5644 964-5263 964-7434


'7.77 SHOEWAREHOUSE LOVE THAT WESTERN STEER CATFISH'SSANDWICH CROSLEYMANUFACTURING

VIDEO FAMILY STEAK HOUSEFrom SHOPPE :

"7.77 Every Pair Every Day "Love Is Good For You" All of Us at Western Steer Catfish Johnson & Employees CORP. .

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. 964.4524HOMETOWN Mark Mullins & Employees j
silo Edward Road 964-4071 964-4582 9S4-I061


FAMILY HAIR &Lou Blueberry Ann's Azalea FarmAll This feature is made possible by the APPLIANCE RENTALOF TV & ANDREWS DRUGSErvin .


DESIGNERSPrecision Nature Sings of Jesus above firms who are 100 % interestedin S I AtiKt

Hair Cutting Located off 100 South towards "Don't Get the Runaround Andrews

for the Entire Family Keystone, lake right on 24th this community.. Rent at Hometown" 9647170I
870 NW McMahon St 964-7303 Street follow signs 9647109. 617 N.-Temple 964-6424









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I Starke ]Elem. NewsA HilitesBy Adult Education Offered
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Chris Dolores Meng School on Mon.and Wed.from 6 until
Big Success.., cummmgs, Donald Hardy
will be
Phone 468-1915 9 p.m. where basic skills
The following classrooms were Erin Stansell, David Wheeler, NOTICE!
taught. Members of the communitywho
Jessica Retirees Celebrate...
awarded a $10 check from the PTA Bennett, Erin Brewer, have not received High School
for gathering the greatest percen- LeAnn Carlton, April Gaskins On Thursday, Sept. 25, members diplomas can benefit from these
tage of parents guardians at Open Katlna Hampton,Julie Walker. of the Sampson City Church of God classes.
House Tuesday, September 16: Math Superstars: Robbie Bassett, joined the residents of Su-Els Retirement -
Kindergarten Mrs. Scott's Class, Erroll Hampton, /turn Uaskins, Home for turkey dinner. A Student:; Council Officers...
First Grade Mrs. Ivey's Class, Se- Jason Clemons, Julie Walker variety of songs and fellowship were
cond Grade Mrs. Forman's Class On Friday, Sept. 26, our class hada Register to Vote enjoyed. The celebration includedthe Officers elected to serve the 1987 Stu-
Council the 1986
dent
special treat for of Laura during
Third Grade Mrs. Chapman's winning the PTA birthdays Greenly and
Class, Fourth Grade Mrs.'Patter- Open House attendance contest. We Mary Bailey.Christian. school term are: President Joey
Vice Danielle
Hall Pres. Mersey
son's Class, Fifth Grade .0 Mrs. watched Dr. Doolittle and had ice ; ;
Tetstone's Class. cream cones. We would like to thank Church Ladies :secretary-Trlsh Jones; Treasurer
The dates report cards will be all of the parents for helping us to Meet... Tahra Francis; Sergeant-at-Arms -
send home with students at Starke win. REGISTRATION BOOKS CLOSE The Ladies of the Hampton Chris- Class Beth Kennan.
4th
Representatives are:
Elementary School are: Tetstone 5th Gr... tian Church held a meeting last Grade Julie Collins and Wayne
1st Six Weeks October 14, Tues- FORGENERAL Thrusday. They enjoyed
Crawford 5th Grade Dena Radford
day; 2nd Six Weeks November 25, Our student teacher Ms. Connie refreshments and honored Mrs. ;
Tuesday; 3rd Six Weeks-November Moody is a very big help to us. She is ELECTION Clarice Adkins on the occasion of her Kelly and Eric Cribbs Donnerstag and ; 6th Grade
Michael
25, Tuesday; 4th Six Weeks March learning credit from college by Sept. 25th birthday.Mrs. The Council held McKenzie.
a Welcome Back
10, Tuesday; 5th Six Weeks April working with us every Friday. Adkins was also recognizedat Dance
at the school
30,Thursday; 6th Six Weeks June 5, We're very glad to see her when she a recent gathering at the Park of Sept. 26. on Friday night, t

Friday. comes. October 4 1986 5 the Palms in Keystone Heights. St. Edward's News I
Most improved in all subjects goesto
McClelland 4th Gr... pm Hampton Lake News...
Michelle Hodges. She has really Oktoberfest Sunday
Mad Minute Math Champs at tried hard this six weeks. We're Bill Young CelebratesBill On Sunday, October 5, St.
least one perfect paper: Alena very proud of herl? Young was honored with a Bir- Edward's Parish will host their annual
Cason, Linda Dixon, Charlette Grif- thday Party at his home on Sat. Festival on the parish grounds.
fin, Penny Gunter,Judy Hankerson, Chapman 3rd Gr... Election Office Open Sept. 20. A group of friends enjoyedthe Chicken Bar-B-Que dinners will be
Tasha Johnson, Marlena Lewis, cookout and good food preparedby available by 11 a.m. Other attrac-
Alicia Luther, Amber Reyngaudt, Testing.Next week Please is be State Assesment havIng Saturday, October 4, 9 am 5 pm Jewel and guests. The party con tions will be the crafts booth featur-
prepared by -
Malena Roberts, Carey Sluchak, cluded with Bill's special cake and ing hand made all occasion and
Paige Smith, Tonya Taylor, Quentin enough sleep and eating ice cream. Bill also enjoyed the Christmas items; baked goods will
Corbet, Eric Cowart, Brian Foster, breakfast. We had 16 children make telephone calls from relatives and include pies, cakes,cookies,candies
Lashay Marks, Elton Miller Casey Super Star Spelling this week. PHONE 964-6280 friends in North Carolina and canned foods. Home churnedice
We would also like to recognize :
Roberts. Riddick
Mr. and Mrs.
well
cream will be available as J
Beth Cumberland, Rebeckah Gann,
Patterson 4th Gr... Honored... and Children will
and Angle Griffis for Math achieve- Neva Flynn as Pepsi Popcorn. i
Spelling Super Stars: Robbie ment. Mrs. Sheryl Riddick was honored enjoy the balloons and games. \
Bassett, Jeff Chitty,Jason demons. of Elections Thursday night, Sept, 25, with a The white elephant shop will offer
Supervisor
Baby Shower given by Mrs. Sylvia many useful bargains. Of special Interest -
-Brooker Newsby to all will be the Dunking
Hall at her home. Games,
I Bradford County refreshments, and opening of lovely Booth. Scheduled as targets at 12
Sue Davis and useful baby gifts were enjoyedby noon are Police Chief Jimmy
Bowen, Winn Dixie Manager Ran-
some twenty guests attending.On
Church Activities... spend some time together. Please Sat., Sept. 20, Mr. and Mrs. dall Milton follows at 2 o'clock, and
This is a letter I received by phone contact the Pastor Rev.Andy Crews Danny Riddick were honored with a Mayor Charlie Schaefer takes his
from the Rev. Terry Cranford of Mr.&:Mrs. Gary Pittman of Lake City i- ship his father, Hugh Crosby,servedon Shower in Jacksonville turn at 4 o'clock.
Baby given
Dothan. AL. for details and plans for the day. Little Jay O'sten, Nell Robinsonand during his tour of duty back in the by Linda and John Stanton and at Prizes and suprise gifts will be
Your friend Gene &: Donald Hacker of late Fifties. Friday matt was awarded until the close of festivitiesat
Dear Friends at BrooKer: tended by a of young couples.
Cranford group
Rev.Terry Gainesville, T.J. Bass and treated to a visit to the Lincoln in 7 o'clock. The public is invited to
I am so excited) I have been ask- Lucille Danny enjoyed assisting openingthe
ed to preach the homecoming During the day's activities the Varney of Starke, Pam, Mary &: Memorial and a trip to the top of the lovely baby gifts. enjoy the day with St. Edward's
Rev. Terry Cranford will sing Tina Willingham Janie Washington Monument. The little parishioners.
message at the Brooker Baptist Bruce &: Visitors...
several 1 numbers. In the afternoon a Kristin Manning, & RENEW News...
Church on October 12 I can't explain Amy : Cathy Mr. and Mrs. Steve Rozboro of
how happy my family! and I are over group,musical The Foundations, will present Hallmark and Thressa Williams all Crosby family was joined on Satur- Sagavaga, N.Y. visited Mrs. Vicki Prayer Commitment for the Fifth
the opportunity to visit after pastor- be a program. There will of Brooker. day by husband and father, Hugh Zacek last week. They were enrouteto Season of the RENEW Program will
log there some 10 years ago.I that no evening worship services for Crosby, Sunday the Crosby's jetted their home in New Port Richey be held at St. Edward's this
now serve Beulah Baptist Church day. The public is invited to Crosby's Visit D.C.. back to Florida and home. Having where they plan to spend the winter. weekend, Oct. 4 and 5. Parishionerswill
in Dothan,Alabama,and also attend :come enjoy: the word of God, good Last Wednesday Mrs. Hugh never flown before,to Matthugh this be requested to offer special
Bible Institute in singingandacovered dish luncheon.GraceviKe Crosby with daughter, Patricia, and was a marvelous and wonderful ex- Hampton ElementarySchool prayers for the success of this
Florida. There has been perience, one he will share with his Season which begins Oct. 12.
little change in our family with the Family Gathering... son, Matthugh left Gainesville air- many friends at school.
exception of the birth of our son Mrs. Videll Smith said Sunday port at 7 a.m.for Washington D.C.to -- r
Matt, who is now four; Karen Ann is Sept. 21, became a special day for visit her sister, Patricia Moore and
ten; I am fat, and Dottie is fa-... her this year. Seems Mrs. Emma
to attend the
tenth
well... us... Dottie is still real Bass and Mrs. Elize Holton of wedding anniver-
of sister
sary Bunny and
Dyke Tilt
special Now,!my real purpose in writing sisters Newberry, came, two for of a weeks Mrs. visit.Smith's A Gables Saturday. Mrs. Hilderbrant of Coral

this letter is to ask a favor of all our flash thought, with these two dear mother of Susie Crosby. FINAL WEEK 2.9 CIO

special friends who were around in people here,what better time would along with Susie and son, Matt,
1975. Will you please try to contact there ever be for a family gather. visited the Smithsonian Institute of
everyone who attended Brooker ing? History and the Air and Space
Baptist Church then and ask them to Museum.
join us for a real special homecomSo saying calls went out and plans FORD FINANCING ENDS OCT. 8th
ing? There are so many we have were made for a family luncheon on Matt was quite thrilled to find a
missed on our hurried trips to mama Sunday at the Smith home. Those scale model of the Navy ship USS
K's. Some we haven't seen since wemoved. present for the occassion were: Mrs. Yorktown on display. This was the
Give us this opportunity to bass! and Mrs. Holton of Newberrv.




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:;;-'k--- Coach 'Nurse : BHS'.Improving- '-'


;ip kitr where a BITS player was standing in blocking assignments he says
the clear, but be dropped the pass Defensive tackle Eric; Nazworthwas
"We have Improved. We got beat alertly thrown by the holder. named defensive lineman of the
by a physical ball club, and made "We lack consistency We can be week. "Eric has come a long way
mistakes on the passing game." playing good for awhile, then we'll -rid just played a real good bafigamethe
says Coach David Hurse of the 19-6 hit a stretch and make mistakes that other night," says: Coach Sexton
loss to West Nassau at Callahan. are very costly," Coach Mike Sexton the defensive coordinator.
"Over-all, we're a much better puts it.Even. Strong side end Mike Grey is really -
r + ball club," says Coach Hurse of the when BUS had the footballon coming around, says Coach Sex-
'% a 0-3 Tornado football team of 1906. the West Nassau li yard line, it ton. Grey has gotten a little bit bet-
"We're still struggling, but we've took four plays to score. Three times ter each week, and probably had his
shown some improvement." BHS tried to run off tackle and the best game against WN, Sexton says.
Consistency, the lark of it, is the Warrior defense, coming hard "We've just got to keep plugging.
word most used by BHS coaches In toward the middle, stacked up the We'll have one of those games when
describing this Tornado team. The plays for net no gain. The TD was things happen right. We'll get a little
Tornadoes will do a some good scored on a fourth down pass. bit better play from individuals as
things, such as moving the football. West Nassau had more players we go along. We need them all par-
Then they'll make a mistake that rushing than the BHS linemen could ticipating at the same time," says
cancels the effort For instance, a block, said Coach Jay Godwin. Coach Sexton.
43-yard pass to David Hamilton put Coach Godwin says offensively, Senior linebacker Ron Brown led
the football on the West Nassau 20. that tackles Billy Harrell and Dane 'BHS with 11 tackles and three
At the 20 BHS had a short yardage''' Clark, strong guard Allan Wood,and assists, but also missed fiye tackles.
situation for a first down, but a tight end David Williams turned his That's the way things have been go-
holding penalty was called, nullify- good performances against WN. Ing.The
ing the fourth down gain for a first Center Mike Stillwell, being groomed other tackles-assists-missed
down. to take over the starting spot,per- tackles are: linebacker Gary Wise
And three pass interceptions stop- formed well the second half. He also 6-4-1, SSE Mike Grey 5-2-2. safety
ped other Tornado efforts. had praise for weak side guards Cory Strong 5-1-0 cornerback David
(' .........-.,.._' : .. -'JJI"' nr "" ;"'. -,. 1.-Y. _'" --'-= ... ..... t Even when sophomore John Berry Dennis Cummings and Mike Elder. Hamilton 4-3-0, DT Eric Nazworth
quarterbacked BITS to its first score "Believe it or not, we're improving 4-0-2, sam linebacker Malachi
of the season, there was a bad snapon ," says Coach Godwin. The offen- Jenkins 4-1-0, rover back Greg Wig-
Problem.
One Tornado ..
I tackle mi West Nassau quutrrbuck Lance Easton. No. the extra point. The football was sive line is getting a little more con- gins 3-1-1, cornerback Darrin Pat-
\ Bradford tackler lowers his head and misses a lit is BUS tackle Eric Na/worth pursuing the play. then thrown In into the endzone sistent, and is still correcting missed terson 220.





I Hard-hitting West Nassau Beats BHS 19-7 Tornadoes Improve


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I Dominating) most of the game, yards out. Easton kicked the PAT BUS Moments...
VI' --1 Nassau; ; High beat Bradford for n 19.0 WN lead. Wideout David Hamilton caught a
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limit lii 7 in a hard-hitting contest at
quick pass on the run just over the
i ,tll.ih.in lust Friday. night, Sept.2(5.(
line of scrimmage from QB Robert
Bradford High 0 0 0 7 t
11 I It'a's BI IS 0.3 on the season and Weil Nassau 0 12 0 7 II Starling and scampered 43 yards to
ii: in district t play. ivR.. the WN 26 before being hauled down
BHS w Nassau from behind. RB Mosley got five

HII IS, however, did move the foot- First,Downs Yards a 10Rushing VI yards-plus to the WN 2014' on first
23 SO 3' 16$
i Mil. I I on West Nassau and did score its Passing Yards 131 139 down off left tackle then barely
in -I I I touchdown of the 19H6 season oni PA PC.PI 1120 II 70 moved the football at right tackle on
,i [i.issmg drive with sophomore Punts 2 SJ 13] second down. QB Starling threw the
'qu.ii:1'\\lerback) John Berry calling (the Fumbles,lost 33 10 football behind fullback Wiggins on
"i,:n.ils Berry ran for 15 yards, then Penalties yards 5 40 4-40 third down pass into the right flat.
iiiii'w" (for 6 and 29 yards to 6-4 Scoring Summary: Mosley got the pitchout around left
nil-out, Patrick Diggs for a first II West Nassau Tracy Young.6 yard run.EP .- t1 \ end on fourth down, but BHS was
,liiwn at the West Nassau 1'a' yard (kick failed bad snap. t penalized 10 yards for holding and
2) West
Nassau Avery Green 3S yard
past
WN took over on its 23.
in BUS banged into the Warrior
from OB Lance Easton EP: Kick short.
,'' Iciise three times, losing half aid 3> West Nassau Eric Temple 7 yard run. EP

:i m Ihe process, then QB Berry Easton kick., : BHS moved the football to the WN
''i l, I iw a two-yard pass to wideout 4) Bradford Johnny Clark 2 yard pats from 23 on its next possession, just before
'''111\ Clark for the score with 32 OB John Del ry. EP Hamilton! kick. _-- ; the half. QB Starling passed 14 and
"'1. remaining in the game QB John Berry, a IG-year-oid 22 yards to wideout Diggs and the
sophomore, saw his first action at ya.,. BHS cause was helped by a WN personal
\\ est Nassau held a 19-0 edge at quarterback for one play on the BUS f foul. But throwing to tight end
iin lime The WN run and shoot of- possession previous to the linal WN i C ; David Williams in the WN endzone,
I n"1"11-1' with two wideouts and two slot touchdown, drive Berry threw a ( rT.9 QB Starling's pass was intercepted.QB .
n k.... gave the Tornado defense fits passed which \\hich hit the chest and Starling was intercepted on the
"I, > 'T.ht lung. An opt ion pass play on bounced oft and out of the hands of t pyr first two BHS possessions in the second -
iiu"h Q13 Lance Easton could throw fullback Greg Wiggins at the left half.
MI. hack Tracy Young out of theI sideline on that pla\
I, nklield or to wide receiver Avery Deep for the WN kickoff, b y "Ttwl y .. lgd tb r Y WN threatened to score after one
I iiii'cn going deep, or Easton could sophomore running back Rodney interception at the Tornado 25. But
\K<'i-p and run, was particularly ef- Mosley caught the football at the big Warrior back Eric Temple
I I1 111\'l'. BHS 10 and returned it 50 yards up fumbled when tackled by Tornado
the middle, getting some good block- ___ _u_ linebacker Ron Brown on an off-
\\ :\ scored first early in the se- ing. WN's Easton, the last WN tackle dive from the Tornado six
i mid period on a 12-play 73 yard defender between Mosley and the A Hard One to Bring Down... yard line and safety Cory Strong

"ii \ivt-. with Voting!' going in from six goal line, finally got I he BHS back K\K.\ strong WN back) Eric Temple driven for yardage Wiggins, no. 33; cornrrback Darrin Patterson, no. 32, recovered the loose football which
uuils out. The drive included twoi'I"I'S down at the WN 40. as Tornado tackier give it their best. Temple ran nixl a third Tornado in background try to stop.the big rolled toward the sideline
i. of 6 and 13 yards, both for QB Berry went 15 yards around through the BUS defense on one time-consuming 82 back above.
in .1 downs.( right end on first down Irom the WN yard Tl> drive in the fourth quarter. Rover back Greg BHS was ineffective offensively
\n 8-play 77 yard drive scored a.Ind 40, but on the play QB Robert( Starl- until Mosley made his 50-yard fourth
-, WN touchdown, the TD com- ing who was playing wideout and wideout Pat Diggs caught on his left tackle three straight times and for the score. Clark made a diving period kickoff return after WN's
v < oJ'! cn Iron QB Easton a an, injured knee On the first down On third down, wideout Diggs BIIS offensive line simply could not drive in which the newcomer showeda
IIIO.MI pass with BUS defenders QB Berry lost 14 yards as he faded to went deeper down the left sideline move the WN deiense, although the Too Much WN... good touch with his passes, arching -
'i''i-, : with 3:22: left in the second pass and slipped down On second and caught a Berry pass at the at the leather could be heard popping, and Although the Tornado defense one pass over a WN defenderto
i ,d down from the WN:I :V>, QB Berry 10 yard line fought his way loose the 130-pound Mosley really hit the made West Nassau work for the fullback Wiggins, and throwing to
1 I.UT i mining by the offensive passed complete to FB Greg Wig and got to the 1',2 yard line before be- line hard. yards, the Warriors moved the foot- wideout Diggs and on TD to Clark
< and! dI 225 pound back Eric gins in the right Hut (lor a short gain, ing forced out of bounds.. On fourth down, Johnny Clark, the ball on the ground and through the where the football could not be Intercepted -
l I mple added a third WN but WN clipped on the play and QB 130-pound BHS running back Greg former starting quarterback who in- air on BUS to the tune of 185 yards Berry was also fast
i 'j n ndown at 4:01: left in the fourth Berry, on the replay of second down, Pittman, once, Rodney Mosley jured his shoulder, went in as rushing and 135 passing, a balanced enough to outrun WN pursuit from
l It i ,ml Temple going in from 7 completed a 6-vard pass which twice banged into the WN defense at wideout and caught a two yard pass attack. behind when he rolled to pass or run.




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"i'homlJl c quarterback John in special situations, such as the one already having. for the Eastside game will be pkins says he wants to move Brian Junior Mike Stillwell will get the
BPIIIho quarterbacked the only in which Clark caught the TD pass Veteran lineman Billy Harrell is Malachi Jenkins at Sam linebacker. Davis into the secondary some this starting nod at center with Billy
Illls touchdown so far this season, from QB Berry last week. Clark's also out for this week with recurring Reggie Leverson will have to go both week. Davis, up from the JV, has Harrell out. Stilwell played the se-
uill 1 get his first start against shoulder is only 85: percent "...and I muscle spasms in his neck. Harrell ways and play weak side defensiveend show a lot of improvement over the cond half against West Nassau and:
Kjstside High of Gainesville at 8 think another week s rest may helpit. has been the starling center, plays with Harrell out. Eric Nazworthand past seek, and should see some action gave a credible performance, says
[II in tomorrow (Friday, Oct. 3)) on If Clark gets the shoulder hurt offensive and defensive tackle, string Dane Clark will be the defensive Coach Simpkins says. Coach Godwin.
Hiacilord! Field!, now he probably ould be out for the side end and has worked at tackles. Ron Brown and Gary Wise Strong guard will be Allan Woos
season. Hurse says. linebacker. His abscence takes a lot will be the linebackers Mike Gray Offensive lineup: Dennis Cummings and Mike Elder
HI IS is a decided underdog in the away from the Tornadoes this week, will play the strong side end. Greg The return of tackle Brian Barton, will split duty on the weak side. Of-
mitest with the Class 4A school, QB Robert Starling got a knee injured points out Coach Sexton. Wiggins or sophomore Bill Hamiltonwill a 200 pound offensive and defensive fensive strong tackle will be Dane
I Icvjd Coach David Hurse points out. in West Nassau game, block- play the rover back position in lineman, is encouraging to Offensive Clark or Brian Barton. Weak tackle
rhl'1 teams get tougher each week, ing on an end run, and may be out Defensive Coordinator Mike Sex- the split-40 BUS defense Line Coach Jay Godwin. will be Reggie Leverson. Tight end
he avs. several weeks, Coach Hurse says. ton pointed out he had a different will be David Williams.
A tender and unhealed shouldercparation Nagging injuries, causing lineup lineup Monday and Tuesday. Cory Strong will be safety and An injured knee sideline Bartonthe Fullback will be Greg Wiggins.
'. is still keeping QB changes almost on a daily basis, Darrin Patterson and David past two games, but he says the Running backs will be 130-pound
Johnny Clark out of action. Coach complicates problems the inex- Defensive Lineup... Hamilton will be the cornerbacks in braces will be on his knees from now sophomores Rodney Mosley and
I aid Hurse says he will play Clark perienced Tornado gridders are Probable starting defensive lineup the secondary. Coach Charlie Sim- on. Greg Pittman. y yDinkins I II I



I Defense Playing Tough, Baby Tornadoes Beat West Nassau' On the RoadIn j

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anoiner defensive struggle, the The BHS JV squad is a-l on the Praise from Coach... my Long, tailbacks Lance Wigginsand Keith Jenkins, an end on delense, and Roland Langle--,defensive -
1 Tornado jayvee football team edged season now after losing its opener to Keith Jenkins played well offen- made several key plays defensively. tackles Schafe and An-
r{i.I( by West! Nassau last ThursdayIdJohl. Lake Butler, then beating Class 5A Coach Lanier Clyatt was proud of sively, said Coach Clyatt. Linebacker Terry Whitehead also dre Williams rover back Ed
( Sept 25, in a road game. Orange Park 6.0.St.Augusline. his Tornadoes after their second Defensively, the JV Tornadoes are played well. Douglas, cornerbacks Gale Hampton -
win, although he noted the squad. proving tough, noted Coach Clyatt. and Jamie Jamison and saftey

.James Jamison scored the TD on atwo Next.: : .. needs to get moving offensively. Drop end and the offensive tight The defense is playing as a unit, Clint Reeves.
yard run capping a 50 yard The Baby Tornadoes are on the end Jimmy Long intercepted two says Coach Clyatt. The defensive Coach Clyatt said most of the pass
iin\e just 10 seconds before the road at St.Augustine for a 7 p.m. Quarterback! David Elder, offen- passes and threw a key block getting players are drop end Jimmy Long, receivers got to play at West
hall game today (Thursday Oct. 2). sive tackle Bo Hersev.tight end Jim- BHS near the goal line. defensive ends Keith Jenkins Chris Nassau.


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Bradford Cowboy Pop Warner yarus lor another score five yards out. rles and Chuck Morrow: 34 yards on five assists and Brad Hamilton with say about his team. "
he said. "We
solos and six assists. "We played lousy,
Scooby Padgett had nine carriesfor carries.On two
teams had a full slate of action last QB Andy Goodowns passed to seven
the win. Our back'stiming
weekend in the Bradford High 39 yards and passed twice for 45 Wyatt Collins int he endzone for the defense, leading tacklers were Gerald Bradham picked off an Interception were lucky to get off. The line did
with three solos and as did Reggie Sheffieldand was way
Stadium, hosting Lake Butler for a yards. extra point. Chuck Morrow
had three
block well but
series ol games. Mike Brown had two carries for The Cowboys also had several seven assists, Thomas McCutcheonwith Larry Griffin. we
touchdowns called back becaue of
This weekend the Cowboy teams seven yards and was an outstanding scoring opportunities in the second three solos and five assists. Pop "
bad blocks.
blocker according to the coaches. half but Eye Thomas with three solos and six Pee Wees Win ,
ai'' home once again at the BHS were plagued with tur-
The coach said his defense did"fair"
Goodowns with two The Cowboys Pee Wees beat Lake
Stadium beginning at 10 a.m. when Marcus Patray carried once for 27 novers."I assists, Andy
assists Griffin Butler 12-0 Saturday but the Coachdidn't and said outstanding plays Included -
and six Larry
the Mity Mites host Hawthorne. yards and scored one TD. was very pleased with our of- solos blocked
The Jr. Pee Wees host Middleburgat Stephen Nichols had four carries fensive linemen" Coach Gene with six..assists, Ray Trimble with have many positive things to three punts

12 p.m., followed by the PeeWees for 22 yards and completed one pass Melvin said. "Kevin Woodard, Brad
going up against Hawthorne at 2 for a 42-yard TD. Hamilton, Wyatt Collins, Matt -
Jr. Midgets face On defense: Anthony Bright lad Thompson and Paul Moody all did BHS Ladies Place Second at Invitational Meetseventh I

Hawthorne at 4 p.m. followed by the the way with five tackles and one outstanding jobs for us up front.
Midget at 6 p.m., hosting Bel-Med. assist, Houston Waldron with five Also, our tight ends Andy
The Bradford High School Cross travels to lallahassee this weekend with a time of 12:38, Kim
In action reported to theTell'graph solos and three assists, C.K. Fuqua Goodowns Caught several key Florida time of 13:37
team returned from the Jorjhe Stale invitational.The Adams was 15th with a ,
with five tackle and two assists and from Reggie Sheffield. SheN Country
by Cowboy Coaches: passes Sandalwood Invita- BUS ladies Christy Harrell was 16th with a time
'Annual squad placed
Ninth se-
field
Marcus Patray and Scooby Padgett finished the day 9 for 11 for 178 ,
week cond overall in the of 13:42 Robin Manning was 17th
tional meet last with some fine team standings in .
with four tackles each.Ilidgets yards with most
blitcy \ Dominate racked Goodowns, Clarence passes Williams goingto '. individual and team showings. the 3,000 meter run at Sandalwoodwith with- a time of 13:46
Hf>1lback Anthony Bright Win Larry Griffin and GeraliBradham. "I'm'very pleased with our run- a team total of 34 points. "_ The BHS boys didn't have enough
six carries
199 yards and
on just
scored uyp, four touchdowns as the Mitey The Midgets took a tough, 7-0 win ." ner's progress, in the past few BHS runner Lori Sapp placed third runners on hand to field a full team ',
weeks commented BUS Coach in the meter run, but Robert I
!Mites rolled over Lake Butler Satur- over Callahan last Saturday as Leading rushers were Gerald individually with a 11:50: time. 5,000
da>'. Larry Griffin scored the only TD of Bradham: 44 yards on 11 carries, George Loper. elicia Davis was fifth with a time of Thorpe placed 13th with a time of
Bright also returned a 'punt 75 the game in the first quarter from Larry Griffin: 41,>yards op nine car/ The BHS Cross Country team 12:11, Ramona Tennant placed 20:18, 1

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"Long lost" copy of famed "The Feast of Belshazzar" added attraction for Starke Arts Festival (

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A "long lost" copy of the famed
painting, "The Feast of Belshazzar"will
be an added attraction for "
thousands expected to attend the : :
first annual Starke Arts Festival, H i Tn ,
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The original oil painting, coveringa } I
12 x 25 foot canvas, was conceivedand n S i
painted by an 80.-year-old 1 .1( 7 1
woman, Mrs.Stuart Fletcher from a .. -
"vision" she had of the "Hand.I ,
I writing on the Wall" miracle from :. Y -
the Old Testament Book of Daniel. '4r
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The original painting was acquired 1
during the World War II era i', /
I by the late J.T. Quigley of Starke + d i Y 'y I n' : 1'r.r.
, in his t I
and hung for many years hi J M,
"Gospel Tabernacle' that stood on
the site of the present Calvary Bap--
tist Church at the corner of Cherry N '
and Madison Streets. Mr. Quigleywas
a partner in the Quigley&Davis 'r
Lumber Supply store and also a lay (. k,
preacher who, together with his '
wife, held non-denominational
religious services in the Tabernacle.Mrs. .
Fletcher died about 1942 and ',1
willed the painting to her son, ) f
William,who was stationed at Camp /t 1 I
Blanding during the war. Perhaps .S.--- e' A ++ '
while attending services at the # Y, 1 *1 4
Tabernacle,"Bill"Fletcher told Mr. I ,' r' i' a
Quigley of the painting and his i '
mother's expressed desire to see it
hung in a house of worship as an inspiration -
to those attending ser-
vices.
At first the Quigleys were
somewhat skeptical, but after
becoming convinced of Fletcher's
sincerity, they agreed to purchasethe
painting to hang in their sanc- .
tuary.

Over the years, word of the enormous Original Destroyed by Fire...
colored
beautifully
spread beyond the limits 0 fainting The original. 12 by 25-foot painting (pictured above) was destroyed:In a fire in themid1960's Although the original, painted by an KO. t"ar.old woman artist is Hone, a copy painted by
and Bradford County, until it beganto after being a tourist attraction at the Gospel Tabernacle Church In Starke for two her son hay been located in a church attic in Starke and will be exhibited during the Oct.
attract the attention of touristss. decades. 1H-I! Arts Festival.Stop .

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I Lake Butler Rotary Club sponsors fishine: "tournament Oct. 25 I

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'I I he Lake Butler Rotary Club is chandisc. Third/ is: u trophy mid/ $200 The Big Bass Pot will pay up to no live bait. Decisisons of the judges are linal. SIM00) Irom Lake Butler" and! tutu
'JlulI'Cll'ill| : charity fishing tourna in cash: and! merchandise $500 and will cost each boat $10 addi. .Two people is the maximum
SK-2n.: The lake is the
1111'111111111' held on Saturday. Oct. 25, tional to enter ($5 per person). niimlxT" allowed in one boat for the No boat may come in contact !left right. on on I
"il l.tkc l'iilrlme Fourth plate win net $150 In cash
tntii'minient.
Entry fee for the'tournamcntls$20 with any other boat during the
mid merchandise and tilth will
The tournament will give prizes ol total I $lO in cash! and merchandise1.place and will entitle the participant to a .The touney will begin at 6 a.m. tourney or. both bouts will be disqualilit'd. Lake Palestine is one of the most (L.-
dish mid merchandise In excess of Fur places 6 through 10, merchandise free !Ish fry dinner Saturday: night and end at 2 p.m. at the boat ramp on remote and beautiful lakes \\ry'

$2, catch category and will will total $75, seventh and eighth $50, distributed at the registration on around the shoreline
have i ling Mass di vision which could and !tli and lOlh( $2.>. One boat ramp only Is availableso Oct. 25.Lake, and bass fishing Is usually'good and
Rules bouts be launched at times excellent.
: may beginning
Ho as: high as $:((111.
Sid Holhc, who is in charge of collecting at :3 a.m. Boats will be Inspected Palestine...
Large mouth bass will be
only
accepted before launch by order of arrival at For registration forms contact
First for most pounds donations
place lor prizes/ expects with an 8 fish aggregate limit I he registration tent. Lake Palestine is located Lake Butler merchants
approximately or Rotary
caught will be a trophy and $500 in more to come in soon so the prizes boat. I fish
Qualifying must be
per 12 miles Lake Club
seven north of members. Mike Clemons is
cash! and merchandise Second is a will probably be increased! to the .
h.nphi. -,nrl S1'I) in niwh .nrl m"r- lll'hl/ I 15 plill' inches long Irom nose to tail lip.Artilicial Contestants guilty of contest ir- Butler on SK-231 (going toward tournament chairman, he can be
lures only may be used, r.wulHriil will HP rlIMnll..lifiptf. Olust('('). Head toward Lake City on reached at ((904)) 43640.OCTOBER .

Lake Butler hosts

9th annual



Park Butler Bluegrass will Lake Berry be Butler the Blossom site FestivalThe Bluegrass for the Bluegrass 9th Music Lake is BEEF MONTH !


Festival planned for Friday and
Saturday, Oct. 34.
Beachville Bluegrass, from Bran-
lord Fl., will be the host band for the
festival. Beachville Bluegrass October Is Beef Month and
recently became the stale champion I D lie DAY,
WINN-DIXIE'S
bluegrass band for !North; Carolina. celebrating ;
Beachville Bluegrass plays L A with a whole month of In- II ,

throughout five stales including I MANUFACTURER'S I credible savings on W-D I rr l, /
Florida, Georgia, !North; Carolina,
Alabama and Kentucky. WEEK Brand U.S. Choice Beef. It's ,

They have performed with big the best beef'you can buy tar;+'r' .,;" 4

name country music performers like COUNs I tender, and !) '' ti ,' ,
Ricky Skaggs, Bill Monroe Mac FLORIDAONLY naturally aged r' i

Wiseman, Jim and Jessie The cut with our special r ..
Osborn Brothers. Ralph Standiey. quarter-Inch trim. It's a .
Chubby Wise, Country GentlemanCarl
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with hosting the the Dixie two-day Jubilees festival, with along help STARKE HIGH SPRINGS LIVE OAK, PERRY LAKE, PALATKA CITY, OAINESVILLES, CHIEFLAND,, : :.s...:w.:.=_-:7.1-------:.::..r WNww: *::':.* _* _...c_A4M w.c..ww and more. So beef It up at ++ i A n,t" { '

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Suwannee River Cloggers, and the
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Appearing Friday only will be S.J. A
Hall, the one-armed guitar player.
Appearing on Saturday only will
be the River Grass Review
Southern Pride, and Chubby Wise. .orWrMononw.
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Pears usually are harvested when ,
the fruit reaches 2/3 to 3/4 of its _
maximum size. The quality after
ripening is not greatly affected by .
picking size, although fruit that has
reached about 1/3 of its full size is L

not later.as desirable as when picked _
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The best stage for harvestingpears CLbSEjt
appears to be when the green
ol the pear gradually begins to fade -
and the fruit becomes lighter or
slightly yellow.
Most pear trees are not pruned so MAXWELL HOUSE
they tend to grow very tall and MASTERBLENDCOFFEE CHOICE
upright. Ladders must be used to
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harvest much of the fruit.
The fruit should be picked carefully '' j
to prevent bruising, because the $69BAG
bruised areas become brown during 1302 .Ir W-D BRAND US. CHOICE
ripening. Too, bruised areas ry?W BONELESS

especially if the skin is broken, pro NEW YORK
vide entrance fro fungi, 0 MAMWIUNOUSI 40c OFF LABEL
an causingthe
fruit to decay. Instant Coffee. s $409 REGULAR or UNSCENTED STRIP STEAK S 8 TO 0 A II, INSPECTED LB AVQ.
The stem will frequently puncturethe TIDEDETERGENT
skin of another pear if the fruit is ASTOR FRYERLEGQUARTERS
carelessly; dropped into the picking SUPERBLENDCOFFEE 98WD
container One-half bushel to one
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well made are ideal for gatheringand 42-01.
ripening the fruit. $939 GIANTBOX 11 48C
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In order to develop the maximum n ,, LL AVO.' )
dessert quality in pears, it is BAG L LIMIT 1 PLEASE New rkrtrip L. sloe La
necessary to place the fruit under
conditions for more
proper storage
W-O BRAND GRADS A'
ripening.The SAVI $4.00JIM TURKEY CHICKEN MACARONI A CHIESI BAKING
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fruit should be stored at atemperature All VARIITIIS
of 60-65 degrees DANDY 50-LB.fgg MADISON HOUSE A 00 SSe
COCA HENS
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Keys to obtaining good quality MOULA or LOW CAIORKS MIAT. RIOUIAR or MUSHROOM INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPIO SUCIO 39

from home grown pears are to ALL FLAVORS O $149CHEKDRINKSO PREGOSPAGHETTI 1 58 CHEESE or DRUMSTICKS L*
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store in the right\ facilities to enchance SB I SAUCE FOOD . ET
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quality of the fruit.KENWINS._. BUSCH or PROTEIN $ *| 00 ROMAINE BACON L in1LB.
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I ObituariesJulia I


Kr rcc NettlesMrs. Lake Cemetery with Father Fred Keystone Heights Community 211, 19HO, with Rev.
Julia Kerce Nettles Yerkes Buddy Friedlin Ililory Bevis Born in LaPine, Alabama on Oct.
8'J, of officiating. Arrangementswere Church. lie was also a retired conducting the services.
l Luke Butler, died Monday in the in charge of Jones Funeral livestock farmer and handled real in Eliam Cemetery in Melrose Burial was Rev Hilory T. Bevis 72, of 31, 1913, Rev. Bevis moved to
Lake City Meclif.il Center following Home. estate transactions. Masonic riles conferred with Keystone Heights, died Sunday, Keystone Heights fifteen years ago I
a b'il'ilh1l'sS/ Survivors include his wife, Helen grave Jones al the September 28, J'JIIO, in Alachua Irom Gainesville. Rev. Bevis was a
Funeral
Mrs. Nettles was a lifelong resident Leila Hines Simmons Baker Kennedy; daughter, Keystone Heights was in Home of General Hospital in Gainesville member of First Baptist Church,
of
charge
()it/ Union County and a Mrs. Leila Hines Simmons, 67, of Madalenu K. Cannon, Fairfield, arrangements. following a short illness See Page 4R1"i
hoincrmiker. Starke,died Friday,Sept. 26, 19B6, in Iowa; two grandchildren and one In lieu of /flowers the family re-
Survivors include her daughter, Whispering Pines Care Center, gn'a-gr'a ntltla ughter', quest donations to the Shrine Club
Mrs Johnnie Martin, Jacksonville; Starke, following a long illness. Funeral services were held in Crippled Children's Hospital fund.
three wins, P. J. Kerce, Sumter, SC, MCS. Simmons was born in Community Church on Sunday,Sept.
Willard, and Harlow Kerce, both of Bellamy, )Fla.,on August 1,1919,and
Lake Butler; twelve grandchildren, moved to Slarke six years ago from ---
/fifteen grail-grandchildren & three Miami, Fla. She was a retired
great-great-grciiidchildren. beautician and a member of the I
Funeral services were held Thurs Baptist faith.Survivors BIG
day in the Chapel of Archer Funeral include one daughter, 4-County Political .
Home of Lake Butler with Elder Carlca S, Todd, Starke; three. sons, \ .
J.'l'lon Smith olliclating. Burial was Carlton J. Simmons, Jr., West
in New Zion Cemetery under the Chester, OH, James li. ]Hines, Sat.
Rally Oct.
direction of Archer f<'unel'aIHome. Debary, )FL & John D. Simmons, 11 America's Finest Income Tax Course
Colorado Spgs., Colo; three !
David Thomas Fussell brothers, Odell Hines, Gainesville, Learning income taxes now could offer you money-making
Mr. David Thomas Fussell, 23: of Theodore Hines, Newman, GA, opportunities and save you money on your return at tax time.
Brooker, died Monday night in a Willard Hines, Alachua; three Honoring And All Morning afternoon evening classes
train accident in Daytona Beach. sisters, Rpxie Lord, Gainesville,
!Mr. )Kussell was born in Jacksonville Lessie Hilliard, Las Vegas, Nev, & Gov. Bob 'jjpH Reasonable Course Fee 'Classes begin Sept. 3
and) lived most of his life in Erma )Faber, Starke; live grand- t Democrat Send for more Information today or call fowl!
Brooker. He graduated from Bradford children.. Send for more information today or call'now!
County High School and was a Funeral, services were held in Graham fa Cjf Nominees
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student DeWitt C. Jones
I at the University of Florida Chapel on Monday, r ,
He was a member of the New River Sept. 29, 1986,with Rev. Alien Wilson H&R BLOC I II
Baptist Church; received a B. A. conducting the services. Burial was 1 1I I
Degree In Psychology from Stetsonin in Antioch Cemetery under the I I
May of 19116( ; was a member. of direction of Jones )Funeral Home of FREE BARBECUE 964 N. Temple Ave. j
Alpha Tau Omega and Alpha Theta Starke. I Starke Fla. 32091 r s
Phi at Stetson. j
Donald Y. Aska Served 5:30: to 9:00: P.M.
Survivors include his parents, I II i
David and Joanne Fussell of Mr. Donald Y Aska, 71, of Lake Butler-Union County Recreation 964.8286 or 528.2551
Brooker; two sisters, Sharon E. Keystone! Heights, died Saturday, I II i
Fussell, Brooker and Carol J. Sept. 27, in North )Florida Regional Complex 2 mi. S. Lake Butler, Hwy 121 Please send me free information about yuur tax preparation course.
Powell, Fayetteville, NC; Maternal Hospital following a lengthy illness. I i
grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. Russell Mr. Aska was born in Chicago, IL Sponsored By Name _
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Green of Brooker. on May 4, 1915 and moved to I II i
Funeral services were held Thursday Keystone Heights from Democratic Executive Committees Address __-
in the New River Baptist Church Massachusetts in 1971. He was a Baker, Bradford, Columbia and I
City State_____ i
with Rev. James Countryman officiating member of Keystone Heights Com- Union Counties --- Zip
Burial was in the church munity Church; V.F.W.) Post No. Phone
cemetery Archer Funeral Home of 4256; retired federal employee with L.. _-_- -_--- -_----_--- _ _J i
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Lake Butler was in charge of ar 32 years of service; worked the last uc. .. ,. .. .. ,,. .. ..
rangements. ten years as a consultant for Florida i ,, ,,., .., \ ,,, .' "
Sea Grant College
Card of Thanks Survivors include his wile, Mary
We want to thank the Bradford C. Aska; two daughters. Karen OCTOBER ,
Hospital nurses and Drs. Gianas and Thompson, Detroit, MI; Kristin
Brown, also all those who brought Danna, Denver, Colo.
food and sent flowers. Memorial. services were held in
Thank:you for your prayers, DeWitt C. Jones Chapel on Monday,
The Annie Mae Crews Family Sept. 29, 1986, with Rev. Buddy
Friedlin & Kev. Leamon Ward conducting
Herbert Clifton Brown the services. Burial was by SENTRY.L)
Herbert Clifton Brown,82, formerly cremation under the direction of
of Starke,died Sunday,Sept.28, in Jones Funeral. Home of Keystone Hardware

after Humana a bfief Hospital illness., Orange Park, Heights.In lieu of flowers the family requests ml Sale Gnnd thru October 25, 1986 Div -

Lawtey Mr. ,Brown a son of was the late a Dr.native GeorgeW. of Heights donations Community to Church.the Keystone Grasso I Leather SAVE $7.00BUCK&DECKER SAVE $1.71Screwdriver! ;j '(

Brown, an early physician of that GLOVES _;
area. lie was a retired inspectorwith Seth Edward Kennedy "'-'
the State of Florida, a memberof Mr. Seth Edward Kennedy, 88, ol/ 4 I
Bradford Lodge No. 35, F & AM, Keystone Heights, died Thursday 11 Set
and the Methodist Faith. Sept. 25, in Whispering Pines Care $988 c7r % Inch VSR '
Mr. Brown moved to Orange Park Center following a lingering illness x POWER DRILL 'i
two years ago to make his home with Mr. Kennedy was born in Melrose 7$5418.ContalilS
his daughter, Ms. Marian Ritch. on January 28, Itt'W! and was a 1010 '''I lr
Besides his daughter, he is survived lifetime resident of this area. He wasa Tough split ,
by four grandchildren, and two member of Melrose Lodge No. 89, 4 screw : )
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glovesPrecurveddesign
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great-grundchrkren. &A.l\I", Keystone Shrine Club. r a'' gE121ER. drivers with
Graveside services were held at 11 Morocco Temple, Scottish Rite I
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Three/ Starke men were arrested! utter a iIl,1I111)! ( surely bond was vestigation resulted in Harris contacting
A 41 "f' t ya'qt .Sept. 'M for IrulNbking in large posted. .
f. I' Bradley to set: up a 'buy
: qnunities ul'coca in\; according to Bond for I.. I' Bradley was set at .
Ii I/ P. Bradley >jll<:|><:'Jly culled)
ktt /Florida Ocpurlment of Law /Kn- $125,000 ho was released Sept. ;:SO
forcomont ugrnbi. alter a surely bond was posted., Noonen Bradley for help in deliver
Twl Ji-lf Harris, ::15, and Lucian (Bond on I Harris was set at$100,000// / ing two kilos of cocaine to an undercover
Paul (|L. PJ) Dradley, 4'j! were he remains in the Bradford County agent which resulted in the
14fr charged( with two or more counts of .Jail. t three arrests, said Kuentcx.
trallickinij in cocaine, according to
Agents Paul Kuente/und: William II. According to Agent Kuenten: his
Miles. office received a complaint that
Nooncn Moab Bradley, 57, was there were largo quanitios of cocaine Two kilos of cocaine is equal to 4.4
i .knr "/ 1 also charged with Irallicking in eo- being distributed in Bradford pounds with a street value of
1 raise, said Miles, he was released r 'Gy
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Anne Sponholtz well built. Charlie carries a cigar in This past Monday was one of those SAVE UP TO 50% ON GAS HEAT COMPARED TO TOM
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pm Spinning
Wheel
Crafts Festival will be held on Saturday demonstration by Margaret O'Brien -'" t*
October from' 10 a.m. to 4{'m. '2:30: pm Angie Williams and oft: "..
on the ,
grounds of the .
Molrosrs Com "
Tanya Chao, Vocal Duet Amy Jh
munity School at the intersection! of Violin Solo. Sapp I The most popular form of the card game bridge was
Carolyn .
Manner,Karate .'.
SK 21 and) flit 2i; Routine. ; J thought up by the yachtsman and railroad financier
Over 100 artists and craftsmen '3:00: pm Special Sale at each Exhibitors r.'t :' Harold Stirling Vanderbilt on"L ;ruise (probably on the
a'xl will he exhibiting in the gymnasium Booth. \ .' ....... ol bridge) from Los Angeles to Havana in the mid-1920s,

:)' shine surrounding shaded arell..raln ..... ,; "'- .. ...
'uilable, Adequate) parking space Is Henry! DeLoach, Mr. "D.J.", will If .t \ .
/ behind .
the .: ,tI
/gymnasium. be serving as Master of Cermonies. ,
A special feature of the hrti.t St.
Artist Festival i V ) Edward's Parish
tainment demonstrations will be scheduled and enter this year will be held at 3 p.m.All exhibitors .1 ..."'.. .......tf''f .
flu will
put one or more of their if "'
follows hand-made items on sale at exactly 3 ........ t / '
-)10 00 am The Assurance Band {p.m.basis., on a "first come, first serve" 'I I wr: '.,. \I \ .
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For the third .t : ..
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Scout troops will! provide a "hands- Sunday October
'H.oo; am The Brass Circle on" craft participation area for ., )J.. _.:. 5th I
'11 :.10 am Silk
Screen demonstra children where .
+tion by Shcn-e Sims youngsters will be v 11 a.m. til 7
taught how to create a craft item of ,... p.m.
12:00: um The Super Sheep Band their choice. '''r. ,
"2:10:: pm Pine Needle t'
Basketry The Melrose
Parent
demonstration. by Margaret Borate Organization (PTO), in charge Teacher of Chicken Bar-B-Que Feast
1 00
pm Tatting demonstration
by refreshments, will
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hamburgers, pizza, soft drinks Baked
.1 1 1-80:: pm Basket-lid Craft Goodies
snow cones coffee donuts and a I
'demonstration Pat Booth bake sale. Crafts /
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Racnuetball Chammonshins i ". JIMMY BOWEN . . . 12:00.1:30 I i

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HiliB Van Southeastern Dubolsky won two lilies at the I Hub tournament will be used toes r t CHARLIE SCHAEFER . . . 4:00.5:30:
Regional nouhlm'qlll'tbflll /{ seeding for the 1986 Na-
Championships held ul I I tion.il Doubles which will be held in FOOD &
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weekend in Jacksonville last,I Jacksonville October 23 26.
Dubolsky and Icaza won the 1985 Beautiful Baskets... COME ONE
Duholsky teamed up with :35 and over National Championship COME ALL
Gainesville's Randy 1'lahler to win i and it looks like they will be Margarate Boone of Keystone Heights shows off some of her creatioin.
the ,:.W and over trown. They b(' Martha and Greg ,
McDonald) 8-15, 15-11 112in the 441 N.
Finals In Temple Avenue Starke
the 35 and over doubles I ,
Joe Uvi/a of Tampa end I>uhoJ k\.II J
w hipped Lakeland's Gene Owen an n I -
liary Zetrouer 15-8, 15-7. GED TESTEarn IN
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October 15, 1986. Testing dates and times ty. ; --=
BluegrassFrom
are as follows: Why postpone making ar- < r ,

Pogo 28 rangements for your funeral? .

radio James "The Giant" Croft, bluegrass! Oct. 20 & 21 Oct. 22 & 23 Call us or come by for the .:
personality will he
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of ceremonies for the festival 1:00: p.m. 6:30: p.m. plans that are available. _
covered dish will be
supper
post! ( ThUl'! jjirk: JONES
Tile Lake Butler Bluegrass! 1'ark is 6:30: p.m. FUNERAL HOME
Jot.iffd I mile south of Luke Butler 8:15
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Tic kpts are $/1 for Friday with the
chow lasting' from 5 p.m.-12 mid
night Saturday; tickets will On $10

trod with the g lt.show."running... from'.. ,. noon.. to SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY
*+!Jrjcay'will be a day to visit with
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rhidren's! tickets! will he $1 from -- EDDIE STARLING '

ages Advance 6.12. Under weekend 6 get tickets in fife.! will be NEW & USED SALE !

$l'j.: weekend tickets: at the gate will CARS & TRUCKS
be $18.
The Berry Blossom Bluegrass Bring in your best

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hookups are available. Reservations STAftKE
with advance tickets only. 206 W. Madison
Bring your lawn chairs or blankets 964-7200
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listening to the outdoor concert
There is free camping in the rough -
available with weekend tickets ,
Food concessions be availableon ..;
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Lake Send)Butler prepaid Bluegrass ticket requests Festival to:, ings like these. Your opportunity .." j

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Roosevelt Wims her. For lack ot a victim the possible Wester his probation could be ended Recent ArrestsIn Karlos Dean Moss, 26, was arrested Pamela Denise Nettles was arrested -
suspect could not be detained. when the fine is paid. Bradford Sept. 24 on a violation of pro- Sept 30 on six counts of
Remains In CustodyA There have been several purse CountyThe hut ion charge of grand theft, according forgery and uttering a forgery and a

bond reduction hearing for snatchings in the area recently. The The amount of marijuana Involvedis following arrests were madein to Investigator Don Denton capias charging grand theft, according
Koo.si'vcll: \ Wims was denied Sept 22 police department ask that all such listed in court records as less than' Bradford County by local Bond was set at $1,000, he was Total to bond Investigator David Aderholt.
would- authorities, was set at $3,000
in Bradford County Circuit Court. incidents be reported (even a 20 grams. released on his own recognizance
Wnns. :ali, ot Gainesville was ar- be purse snatching) so that an arrest

irsti'il: Sept 3 on six counts of co- can be made.Starke ------ --
line (truck) charges At that time "
bond was set at$:iH).ooo(cash only I. Man Pleds Introducing The Difference..
Willis entered a plea. of not guilty to Guilty to Battery BARGAIN CENTER INC.
the charges of trafficking in more Because good health hasa
han 211 grams of cocaine Sept. 13 in Jimmy Carroll Lee 31, of Route 1, US 301 South of Starke 9646679Quality
> ircuit CIIIII'L.Ill' Starke pled guilty Sept 15 in Brad-
remains in the custody of the ford County Circuit Court to batteryof for Less lot to do with looking good.
law enforcement officer Lee'scase
county jail. a which was For Thousands of Hard to Find
was set for trial Items f.: At Merle Norman
scheduled for Sept. 17. ( T .
DUI ConvictionsOn Lee, 31, was arrested May 17 for Most All e!) fl,,' .. e7 f11.ri: we have a total

Bumper Sticker causing a disturbance at the Econo Sizes P.V.C. FittingsAx ,.i3:a F I" ,., i1j1.. approach to beauty.
and additionally charged with "
Lodge Handles Cosmetics. Skin
Effective October 1 a bumper
--ticker t will be in effect for battery and trespass. Judge George :; .. care And now, The
program in- GET READY FOR xuf
Pierce ordered a pre-sentence WINTER: ,,, ,,,
convicted of DUI in
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my person a the 1 DlfferencevltarT1lnSup-
plea.
vestigation following ,
,BiMill'ord' to County.be cautious This will of enableHiens any Sept. 22 Judge John J Crews I Pipe Insulation, Heat Tape,7 :;:::{'... t .:::;:; .ti...c. A1, plements, for beauty
in the ""
18 months "
sentenced Lee to
; Weather from the inside out.
\fhicles displaying a "I HAVE of Corrections on the # Stripping
UKKN: : CONVICTED OF A DUI" or Department Lee was also foundin The Difference "Total Health and Beauty Supplements" are
battery charge. .
KK8TK1CTKD: LICENSE DUI" violation of his probation for at Discount Prices specially formulated for women. Each convenient dally packette

: umpci slicker charges of battery of a law enforce- contains six easy-to-swallow soft gels which, together offer more
Salvation Ar-
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It is gOIlIj.10 cost officer with
ment officer, resisting
nutrition than multi-vitamin alone.
approximately $600 to initiate violence and trepass after warning. any
his progi l'am. If you are a concerned He received an 18 months sentencefor Plus, The Difference offers special formula supplements for

i beneficial,then that feels and would this program like to make will the VOP, to run concurrently '- the entire family like anti-oxidant vitamins, stress formula
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a balanced calcium with D and a multi-vitamin with minerals
i tax ili-diictable donation to the Man ArrestedFor
salvation Army to help with this expense Lawtey l So stop into a Merle Norman Studio. See what a differenceThe

j please call OK4-62BU ext 255 fornllioi Sexual BatteryA t'' Difference can make for you
mlunnulumStmke 30-year-old Lawtey man was arrested Thank You for the turn-out l
Sept. 26 for sexual battery, t, Oot our Grand Opening! A VERY HEALTHY OFFER.
Police according to Lt. Glen Moore. Two months calcium free with a $12 minimum '

Unable To Locate John Lee Brown was charged in an purchase. f -.
incident involving a Tampa woman. ;tJ Congratulations From September 1 through October > "'' m?$

Possible. Ilobberulhunlioh hampered inheir $2,000 Bond, Brown for the was charge released was on set his at i:", to Our Winners... Norman' will give you a 120-gel bottle of BalancedCalcium :I '
\ were Plus free with $12 minimum !'
own recognizance. any ,}!"
'I, search lor a possible purse \ Lee Copeland Dennis Slocum purchase from The Difference supplement line t1'
ii.itUier last Friday, they were "\.
tumble" to locate the victim. Won Won (a $6.50 value). Bring this ad to one of the following ;.r.. }:,
A n'Ul'dllllto( Patrolman Johnlliidgi's Correctional Officer I,. /'. fishing rod & reel .22 cal rifle Merle Norman Studios Limit one per customer J'. .; '1.
received call from a "
he a Gets ProbationA
while last.
.. 'nan ulio had seen a man in a car : 11 Come By and See Our supplies
ntc'iiipt to I take a purse from a correctional officer who lost his Re-Loading Supplies Woman to Woman
in when he was charged I i I r
M>ma\shouas walking in the shopping job January
lot The woman with smuggling marijuana into the ( Due to Arrive Anydayl
) center parking mERlE nORmAnMERLE
I Cash
.\ .is able to keep her purse from the prison where he worked was Guns Fast ,
,v.iukl be rubber and went into Winn sentenced Sept. 22 to five years pro- Fishing Tackle LoansllGUNN'S !!
Dixie bation and ordered to pay a $3,500

The dispatcher from the police fine,
,l>,pertinent called the grocery store Michael Lynn Wester, 36,had beena
'<> ,i-,k that the woman who almost correctional officer at Lawtey Cor- L GUN & PAWN NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIO
lu-t her purse be paged, them.iiuiKer rectional Institution for nine months ,
refused.In when he was arrested Jan. 6. 118 S. Thompson Street 8 Starke 8 964.7355BILL'S
176 S. Lawrence Blvd. "
the meantime (Hodges said he When Wester got the job, the Keystone Heights H A7O/U"3U Oni U j
I I.ui a. possible subject under Department of Corrections did not 3
MII vcillence attempted to locate the know about an eight-year-old convic- i _
v ,RI inn but learned she had left the tion for drug possession, accordingto + ...., JrI
-.'"I't'0: one knew who she was butI a department spokesman. '
I ludgi-s\ said he walked the length of Judge John J Crews ordered 111 -. --- CB RADIO & ELECTRONICS
I shopping' center and checked all Wester to pay at least $25 a week Jjf
i In1lores but was unable to locate toward the $3,500 fine. Crews told 101-B Edwards Road Starke

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\\ilson.blatf,) geologist with the sinkhole research team in Orlando, ___ ,138.9SL
Florida Sinkhole Research In- the possible sinkhole is 300 feet in
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within the
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wiili", IS' rieolcigical/ Survey;; Jim diameter has appeared to drop one 964-6897
HURRY
Corbinpublic, safety director for foot. The size of the diameter is com- HURRYImmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmt!

( '1"\, {',.unt> arid his assistant Mike parable to the sinkhole that
Mitchell a reporter and developed in Winter Park several
from Channel 4 out of years ago."Available. ............ .rr:..
,photographer)J.H.k,on\'lllc and friends and information suggests Old .................................................:i

iH-ighhoi-i had all gathered on that if a sinkhole opens in the floor of Ancien ThompsonjUi 1 Crown a. Model of the Week ;:
Chat he s beach.Sauietinies Lake Bedford, then it could lower Royal
Charlie would lose his the lake level approximately 20 feet. Age :: JOEY KEY ::
mile! and shake his head when he The lake would probably not drain LTR ::
heard the sinkhole experts say such completely. Sinkholes can be plugged 750 :: ., .--" :rra
thing:! as "good possibility it's auikhole" and may seal themselves A mQ(0psoA" ..
; but then his face would naturally, thus allowing the lake to 612 d.-: .... .".'\ isi
.
light!\ up and his wonderful smile refill," said the literature Wilson ;:9 ; 1--...--"- 1199 : I ';y,1. iU
\'.ould reappear at such phrases as distributed from the Florida -_-''''''' .. of' :'. ,J 1 :5
','uulellw a slump in the earth". Sinkhole Research Institute which is rta-- .... o" "',, ... .. .... -..., ..
('hai'lie's next door neighbors part of the University of Central .i
Jerry' and\ Donna Howe, were the Florida's Civil Engineering and En- :: ..
lust to discover the possible vironmental Science Department.So ra. .r
..
Mnkholc. it is still a wait and see process.No aa rr
"We'd been down at the lake during one can say for sure if it is .. .. -, -- ..
the day and everything was nor- positively a sinkhole or not and if it r i .5as ..a.
mal" said Donna That evening is, whether or not it will continue to Canadian N J& B F Rich U. W ....
home the .. ?
.
Ae went out. When we got subside.But &
boys went down to check the boat. Itwasn't one thing is for sure. Charlie Lord Scotch .... Y :ir
we'd tied it that in the daysto Rare .. ..
where up Home will be very busy Calvert 1' ..
day The next morning we went come. He's the man in charge of I .. ..
down to the lake and out from the reading gauges, measuring stake LTR I J.1i R .... .ar.
snore in the water you could see air distances and reporting his findingsto LTR .. er
750 ..
nickels\ where it looked like air bubbled the experts.
up." According to Wilson, sinkholes area 12991 LJ): Ui 1l W4 U.
Our beach had gone down about common occurence in Florida In 599 f ; 799 .... ....
lour led. It all fell at once as best as fact he gets approximately one isI
AC could tell. Our neighbors heard a report of a sinkhole daily. He says \189 5. j ,- ..
..
noise about 11:30: Saturday evening there aren't anymore sinkholes .. UU. .
like a bomb at Standing. We think developing, they are simply being isis
said.I5y that's. when it happened," Donna reported more frequently because of 301 Liquors, & Lounge .. Pl t :acx

denser populations. ..
Monday, October 27, it looked .. 7 ..
..
1 Mile North of Sl.nke on Hwy. 301 .
r
mole had out .
though a giant come
I i' Common occurence or not, it sure .a. ..
ol the lake, oaten its way through makes a difference when it's in your OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK .a t r/ y ....
surrounding' yards in a semi-circle as Yra
own yard. Just ask Charlie Home. i.s ..
uul then disappeared again back into PACKAnnSIOKK; & LOUNGE .. t ,., ar
the lake.Charlie's. .. ..ai .
..
brother had first purchased
the Lake Bedford home, : i. r is.

located on the northwest' side of the .... .r r
lake, in 1949 Charlie bought it from .. .as
his brother eight years later. In 1974, .... .i.
'harlte, with his wife and children, BODY IMAGE A r. .asU. r
retired .. Y
nos ed here permanently. He ::
in WHo and "I've been here every .. ''lay since," he said" adding, "I've Aerobics & Exercise Studio ... I :.ra. :
Keystone. .. ,
enjoyed ..
Jim Corbin, who had been to .... ... ..
'harlies the week the possible October Special '4"/ ..

sinkhole was first discovered, said 5... .u.
there was an obvious difference in _r.a .
the appearance of the land this Mon- 2 for 1 :.. .."'''_.C'J' "- -' ::
day compared to two weeks before. ,, .. .? ....
..
Everyone who had seen the cracks ..

shortly alter they first appeared ((2 persons for $25. for the Month of October) :: ,1fir/ S. :.i ri
agreed there had been some change. : /r+ r
The sinkhole experts spent a good (New Members Only Ends October 31, 1986)CoEd ) as s.ar -.. ? :5
part of the day putting gauges in the .. i t,. .. w ..
water By using the water as a level ) a. ::

they will be able to measure any Aerobic Floor Water Exercise .. war ...

fluctuation on these gauges. ."J)1 :: Joey is ready for a night on the town in his Riccardoj:;
Spechler and Wilson also placed Aerobics v Dance Exercise & Aerobics
;;
bright orange stakes throughout the ,. .';"::lA) I :\: Sports Jacket for $31.99, and his 29 Broadway Tuxedo "::
area. By measuring the distance I :IS shirt for $16.99, together with his Veloire pleated slacks :*.
between these stakes, it will show if .. :i=\ : ':
;; for $27.99.
there is any ground movement.Next 1);... :;
they went diving to see if .. ,- :: See our new 'Gator', 'Notes', and 'Dawns' shirts, .;:.

(here were any changes in the bot- t) :Z jackets and shoes. ::
tom of the lake. Monthly Pulse Certified .... ..
"There is at this time no reason j Memberships Monitored Instructors .. T5. ..

sinkhole for concern., has the It characteristics appears to be of a a :: Right Turn Mens Wear 7 "p"'rra :E:!

sinkhole, but we still can't say
100%," Spechler from US Geological Hwy 21 North :: 452 N. Temple Avenue ::
Survey said following their extensive 473-3784 473-3324 :: Starke 964-6795 wig iu ::
research of the area.There Keystone Heights' .. .. .. ..
is evidence that it would ..................................... /.......
no see .....................................:... aaaaaaara
collapse suddenly What you
right now may be the extent of it,"
he said.






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COMMERCIAL PKOPERTY FOR SALE

1979,TWIN SCREW MACK TRACTOR with OUT OF AREA RENT/LEASE -

late 1980 300 Mackldyne engine, terms
available for qualified' 4 BRAND NEW, beautiful dining chairs,
buyer. This
tiuck It in excellent condiiion with low LAND FOR SALE Mountain properly NORTHWEST CORNER OF Call S ThompSon $25 ea., 12 In. block S white TV, used 3

mileage priced at $15,000 Earl Jones, $100 down, owner financing great get Streets: 2 story masonry building weeks, $50; small elec. toaster oven :
away. Beautiful 2 acre tracts, close to $4. 124 p rWiUefJiJ'r
N. Myrtle St. 9648811 .
Box 28, Starke, FL 32091, 9647490. lake Clyde W. Simpson, 3566849. 4/IOTt 10/2 -
3,000 Ii hours
acre ,
north of 3 Itpd
10 2 Itchg RETAIL STORES for lease Highway 301
Atlanta 1 ((404)) 276.2681 or 1 ((404) 30" GAS n (
)
STOVE .
$25.
1984 OLDS BROUGHAM, 'like new, load. 635.4397. Icon 86.301 South. 473 3627 or 9648848. S/8TF 964-6032. 10/2
ed. $8900. 9648484. 9/11 PROFESSIONAL TWO OFFICE SUITE with Itchy REALTY
1981 OLD CUTLASS SUPREME tfnchg, $3,000. FERTILE 8 acres, bedroom block home both, aVaIl. Oct. 1 I. Adjacent| to Brad FLA. GATOR TICKETS-LSU S Kent State '
In condition. Paved
964 8083. 9/25 tfnchg' top rood quality ford Courthouse $200 mo. Call $20 each, negotiable. 468.2063. must I
area. $48.500. UNITED FARM
AGENCY, sell.
1979 DODGE ASPEN, PS PB AC radial 964 4667. 9/11 tfnchg' 10/2ltpd
P.O. Box 1029, Wildwood, FL 32758, -- 1977 PLYMOUTH station PHONE 964-7776
tires Ph. 964 S211 after" 6 9/25 wagon good
p.m. ((904)) 7483030. FREE BROCHURE.
Icon
condition Call after 6 964
2lpd 10/2 pm. 8129. 205 N" Temple. Starke
86-306 FOR SALE 10/2 1 Itpd C.c.,II,a T erwl II ,
1971 AMC .gar
HORNET
6cyl., good
U-PICK PEAS, $5 bushel
WE
per or pick.
transportation, $400. 9648969. 9/25
2tpd 10/2' BUSINESS BRADFORD LIMEROCK Several varieties., A.B. Whitehead, Jr.

1972 FORD one ton truck Run good. OPPORTUNITIESOWN SALES Call 10/2 964 Itpd 5630 after 5 pm or 964 6139, Today and always may God bestow his love on you.

$2,800 964-8350. 10/2 I tchg llmerock S Fill Dirt
1982 FORD GRANADA WAGON AT, AC 20 yd. semi-loads only 1978 CHEVY 3/4 TON VAN. fully equip I
,
pod and 2311). 'fully self contained'
YOUR OWN $10.99 Phone 7S2-3172 travel
PS, 43.000 miles, 1 owner $3,750. one price 5/23 'tfchg
tiailoi.
964 8140. 10/1 Itpd designer shoe store. A 'retail price STORE BOUGHT: Furniture for solo at Both in excellent cond.. sell as SPECIAL

CADILLACS, MERCEDES. Porsche, etc. unbelievable, for quality shoos normal.y Doublewide Home Center located 2tchg package 10/9 individually 473 2566 10/2 -SAMPSON i.AKE : TS OWNER HNANCEDI11 I I FINE LOTS. Ap-
direct from Government Seized in : priced from $19 to $60. Over 150 ,, North, on 301 lawtey, Fla. (this is not
drug raids. Available area. Save brand names 250 styles. $14,300 to I trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg ROLLS OF HAY Argentina or Alice for prox. 103'x770'Selling price $18,900 ea. $2,000 down, monthly

$thousands$: 216453.3000 your, Ext. A4259 $25,900 inventory, training, fixtures, INSULATED OR STORM WINDOWS sale Patrick$25.10/2 Call 1 782.3891 alter 6 pm Tex aymMn! o 3 rox-. "$220._.._./100/0.;...... ..for.. ....10.._voarso____
10/2 2tpd 10/9 grand opening. Can combine with over custom mode & Installed. Homes Itchg .EXCELLENT BUY 80 ACRES-$96,000 20
Heavy acres
pines
1,000 brands of apparel, Beautiful of N. Fla., 964 6766. 5/1TF ,
-
1972 BLAZER x 4, V-8, |lust tuned-up, accessory
cleared, fenced, barn on St. Rd. 235 near New River.
speed trans pos. tran, rearend, dancewear/aerobic children shop. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low as NOTICE
?
heavy duty auxiliary Runs GOOD Can open 15 days. Mr. Keenan ((305)) $14.99 per month. Call 964 6946. the EASY TO ENJOY-Brick, 3BR, 1'1' BA, CH/A, large family room

needs tome body work. Great for hun 695-8267. 10/2 Itpd CHEVY 4x4 PARTS '/, ton, anything you CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted with fireplace, formal living & dining room, utility room Ac
Also, good AM/FM radio OWN YOUR OWN Jean-Sportswear, need Axles, 'front or rea'. auto
ting. case beautiful
to
to the Bradford' cess Crystal Lake.
$1200. Call 964-4037, day 964.4430 ladies apparel, children/maternity, transm.. transfer' cases, 2 r1 Keren! County
or
after 5:30.: Ask for Tudy 10/2 4tio 4/30 large sizes, petite, dancewear/aerobic types spring lift, blocks, big U bolls advance Telegraph unless office in credit writing and paid ,in .,INSTANT LIVING COMPLETELY FURNISHED 1981 Guerdon

1986 TOYOTA KING CAB PU, loaded or accessories store Jordoche, Chic Call 964 5812. TFce established with this office", Is already doublewide-Sampson Lake Access, $35,000

take over payments of $260 per month Lee, levi), Izod, Gitano, Guess, ColvIn NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE HOME OF YOUR OWN !13/1 Cedar shingle on 15 lovely acres.
964.8848 or 4733627. 1 10/2 Itchg Klein, Servlo Valente, Evan Picone, Liz Measures 24x36' 25 cents each. Great HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR
MISTAKES $45,000.
1979 PLYMOUTH DUSTER for sale $750. Claiborne, Members Only, Gasoline, for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDS IN
WHEN
964-5912. 10/2 llpd Heolthle", over 1000 others. $14,300 to 135 W. Call St. 964 6305. THE TELEPHONE AD IS TAKEN OVER UNCROWDED LIVING: 2/1 Frame cottage on five nice lots-

1963 INTERNATIONAL SCOUT 4WD $25,900 inventory, Training, fixtures CHICKEN HOUSE MATERIAL. I group $5 Classified deadline TUESDAY Kingsley Lake Village, $30,500

motor recently overhauled, newbrok.s grand opening, etc. Can open 15 days. per foot, 1 group $3 per foot. 964.6182 NOON, prior to Thursday is publication, GET AWAY TO LIVING-CB home with 2.25 acres CH&A with
Mr. Loughlin ((612)) 888 6555. 10/2 Itpd or 964 5823. tfn
& drums. Asl. $1300. 964 6114
Minimum' charge 15 words 'for .
is $3 50.
1,456 ft. SE 34th Ave.
after REVOLUTIONARY UNLIMITED. LONG HALF PRICE)III flashing arrow signs approx. sq. -
5 10/2
p.m. Itpd then'15 cents for each word thereafter
1973 V.W. BUG, new paint, no rust, runs DISTANCE PHONE SERVICE $120 $2891 Lighted non-arrow $269'' STYLED FOR THE TIMES-Cedar board and batten, fireplace,

good. 964-5036 Keep trying. 10/2 1 Itprl MONTH. 15 min. calls anywhere USA. unlighted $2291, free letters I full factory SCHOOLSSEMI range, refrig. d/w. CH/A, fenced yard, city water 8 sewer,
DISTRIBUTORS, SALESPEOPLE needed warranty Limited time only. See
spare/fulltime (MLM 7 levels $50)). I locally. Call today! 1 800 423 0163. approx. 1,456 sq. ft., Assum mortgage, 58500.

HOMES ((800)) 541.2255 TONE 5254816. fcan anytime fcan 86 304 DRIVER TRAINING. Earn Big Bucks .SO YOU WANT THE FINEST-Handsome cedar & stone in

FOR SALE 86.305 WOOD STOVES AND FIREPLACES We Drive Big Trucks' DOT. Certification" Lakewood with access to Crosby Lake. Over 3,000 sq. ft. 4 BR,

stock Florida largest selection. Ver Local and National Job Placement 2 BA, LR, DR, kitchen with eating area, family room with I
Consolidated
mont Castings, Dut Assistance Resident
BOATS Correspondence
THREE BEDROOM BRICK HOME, CH/A, 2 chwest and much more. Everything you Training Eligible Institution for Financial fireplace, fans in most rooms, CHSA, sky lights, patio, double j

Ba., LR/DR, fireplace, breakfast room, need to Install. Well worth the trap'o Aid Guaranteed Student Loans garage, sun porch, over an acre of land, $97,000.

game room, 560 Glendale St., 1976 16' REGAL TRI HULL with 85 h.p. Gainesville The Wood Stove and Call 1 ((800)) 282.8165. UNITED TRUCK IDEAL HOME FOR LARGE FAMILY-S.E. 24th Ave (off Rd. 100 ]
964.5468.3/13 TF Mercury and trailer. $1800. Dole Fireplace Center 2031 N.W. 6th St. MASTER
Resident FL
2 BR OWNER FINANCING-Low down pay. Brown 964 6050. 10/2 tfn Gainesville Toll Free 1-800-524-2675. fcan 86 302 TraIning: Tampa East) 2.7 ac. 5 BR, 3 BA, living room, dining room, kitchen,

ment. Near hospital. Best offer. Ph. 9/186tchg 10/23 eat-in area or study, den office, all appliances, drapes, large,

964.7910.9/18 tfnchg MOBILE HOMES HUNTERS SPECIAL: Pop-up compel attractive deck overlooking a quarter acre fish pond with fish!

47900.NO QUALIFYING..Future pretty FOR SALE sleeps six with air. $1000. Call 964 8520 HYPNOSIS -A JOY TO LIVE IN
: Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH/A, 3 BR, 2 BA,
3 BR 2 full bath, CH/A, wall to wall after 5.30. 10 2 Itchg
carpeting, fireplace, large indoor PEAS U Pick or we pick. Fresh peas PROFESSIONAL HYPNOSIS services for spacious LR with fireplace, gracious Fla. room, utility room,

storage utility room, huge 500 ft, lot. 1984 DESTINY MH with fireplace. 1 very nice completely BUG FREE. Black weIgh' continl smoking stress etc skylights, 2 utility bldgs., privacy fence. $44,000.

Will consider option 1.737.1265 9/25 Bedroom, and more. Take over eyes, crowders, zipper creams For help, please call 964.4433. 9/25 AN INVITATION TO SPACIOUS LIVING-Corner Orange & Pratt
2tpd 10/2 payments. Call 782.3358 after 6 p.m. Highway 100 south of Starke Forsyth' 2lpd 10 2
3 Br. 2 Ba. CH&A, LR, DR, family & screened In
2 BR FRAME HOUSE and 15 acres. Off 1 125 3/20 TF Road Follow signs. 964-4287 room patio.
In Lowtey. Ph. 782.3743.9/25 2tpd 10/2 NEW A USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy 964 5261 10.2 1 Itpd PETS HOME FOR FAMILY ENJOYMENT-Lovely brick, colonial home

U.S. GOVERNMENT REPOl no money Wells at SAW Mobile Homes, 964.6407or PEAS Pink eyes Black eyes. U-Pick. $5 off Geiger Rd.4 bedrooms 2 baths-approx. 2700 sq. ft10.09acresmany

down low closing cost. 804 964.6408.8/14 tfnrw Bethel Church Rood. 9647877. 10 2 DEER FOX COON DOGS. Hwy 301 N. 6 amenities.THE .
Westmoreland St. Bass Country Realty 24 X 60 DOUBLEWIDE on 1 ac. lot. 3 Br., 2 Itpd on I. S. ol' Star ke Good selection I
6982511. 9/25 4tpd' 10/16 Ba. LR, DR, den w/fireplace 30" WHITE ELEC. RANGE self-cleaning! through No. 468 2905. 9/18 10/2 GREAT GET-A-WAY: We are proud to offer a handsome
3tpd
REPO BY US GOVT.I 115 SR 18 Breaker. dishwasher, water conditioner, CH/A. Free kittens 9644735. 10/2 1 Itpd CHINESE SHAR-PEI 9 weeks old. 2 males brick & cedar home on 37'/, acres, 4 BR 2'/i' bath, plus a nice

$13,500 Bass Country Realty. 698.2511.1. Priced for quick sale at $26,500. GAS WATER HEATER: $50, dish, washer \ black horse coat 1 'fawn brush coat barn, energy efficient, $133,000. Ideal for horses.

10/2 2tpd 10/9 964.4238.9111 tfnchg $20. 964 7078. 10/2 Itpd Loads of wrinkles. Excellent blood line. .WALK TO EVERYTHING! 1032 E. Call St., 3 BR, 1V4' bath,
32500. Outstanding Buy) C.B.. 3/1. 12X60 W/ 6X12 EXPANDO. BR 2 full 700 FT. PICKET FENCE, chest freezer 964 5649. ID 2 Itchg
fenced corner 406 E. Laura St. baths' all electric, 3 ton AC skirting. make offer 964 5876. 10/2 Itpd FREE TO GOOD HOME: 2 affectionate $45,000. Extra large lot.
9644386. Owner anxious. 10/2 Itpd Asking $5500. 473.2152. 9/11 tfnchg ZENITH 25" COLOR CONSOLE. Perfect male cats. Neutered & declowed. Call 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd.

FORECLOSED HOME AVAILABLE FOR 12X60.2 BR, with large bath and vaulted working condition. $200. 9644269. 964-7955 or 964 677 10'211ehg Owner will finance $82,322. A smart Florida investment.
SALE. No mondy down, $500 total cash ceiling. Completely redone in 1984. Excellent 10'2 l tpdSADDLE
needed. 1001 Thomas St. Boss Country condition.' $4950. Owner financ, blanket, bit S bridle $125. INVESTORS: 438 Acres in South Bradford County. Partially

Realty, 6982511. 10/2 3tpd 10/16 ing. 964-4269. 10/2 1 Itpd 964 6235. 10/2 Itpd 2 Retail subdivided, highway frontage, close to school, $1,000 per
PEAS FOR SALE No kids under 12 Spaces
'in I acre. Hardwood trees. Developer's dreamt I

LAND.F9R.SALELOT MARRIAGE COUNSELING ,. field. Ph 964 6780.}..DA, Itjjd \ _pr.lease1,000,1',25U
.r?..,. ", v..:. '' PRIME EXECUTIVE OFFICES ON US 301 near Edwards Rd.
FAMILY PROBLEMS?? Do you need some I BULL DOG ft 2,750 sq. ft. I Seven thousand four hundred forty six sq. ft. jn Bldg. with 150' +
PUPS
IN CITY 6000. Call 964.5764; after professional help? Please call 964.4433 whl'e moles, 1 temale.English $35.S Pit, 473 mostly 2289 j Hwy 301 S. I on Hwy 301 by 254'' deep. Parking space for 30 cars $199,000!
5, call 964-5251 3/07 tfn '
I for an appointment. 9/25 2tpd 10/2 af'ei 964.8848
6 p.in Itpd 10'2
....PREFERRED PROPERTIES....

( .NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Club-for development.

r- FOR SALE SIX ACRES-Great Buy-Primitive Baptist Church Rd. $12,000.

-BROOKER.Trailer 14' x 56'plus lot 100'x 100'$20,000.HI .

Accelerated Realty Inc. Fill Dirt Top Soil Tractor Work & DRY14.05 Ac., 2 wells, septic tank 35000.

Backhoe Bulldozer .WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre $15,000.

Phone 964-4544 ( PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or will divide.
:
l,241FN 964.6182.964- ( SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nme acres. 2 wells, 3 septic tanks.

.4 FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club $90,000.

1520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke, Florida 442 Hawthorne on ''i ac lot I 1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East $7,700.

Homes Lots Acreage Waterfront I access to three lakes lovely area. CROSBY LAKE LOT 100'x 385' $17,000.
MOVING to Middleburg For Sale 42000.
Farms Commercial 1'KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: 2 lots 65'x130' $2,750 ea.
/
m 3 BR, 2 BA on > acre. 1443 4 plus acres undeveloped.
No Charge to List Your Property for Sale fenced $8.500 |
LAWTEY AREA-Five
acres, 13000.
L.J::!
Call and discuss It with us. e : FLORILANDREALTY 0435-Mobile and small stucco
e15 ACRES HWY
1833000. One mile off
twos 301.
building, 'fronts SR 100 E. Make offer

owner anxious After Hours
GOOD FIRST HOME OR RETIREMENT HOME in quiet setting. Frame home, 2 I 964.7700 *427-.Lovely brick on 5 ac fenced, I Pauline
BR, 1 BA, living room, dining room, kitchen with stove, refrigerator [ barn with, feed tank priced right. Randolph 964.6323
1 dishwasher, ceiling fan, carpet heat & air, $25,500. 393 N, Temple Ave. 75900. Randy Cory 475.2597

CHOICE LOCATION-NEAR SCHOOL Brick home, 3 BR, 2 BA, living room- r V.rnl. P. Odom Broker-GRI I398--21' acres 4 Br., 2 Ba.. stucco I Anne Terwillegar Nelson
dinlng--kitchen combo, $39,900. Jeanie Gagnon. home. MH hookup rents $80 a month. 473.7541
CHECK THIS ONE OVER Brick home on 5 nice acres 3 BR, 2 BA, family I Eve.-964.5414 Realtor Associate $65,00X1.( Goner financed with 10%

room w/fireplace, large kitchen, lots of cabinets, utility room fully fenced I ....- ..------ down. Will, split

with large pecan trees. Reduced to $49,900. Check our commercial Investments,
COUNTRY LIVING CLOSE TO TOWN Brick home with LR. formal DR, 5 BR, 2 J BRICK HOME, 2 acres plus, 3 BR, 2 apartments, motels office rental

BA, large kitchen w/snack bar, enclosed garage and utility room, $77,900. BA on Lake Sampson Good fishing. space, acreage. THORNTON'S PAINTING & SMALL REPAIR SERVICE
IN NICE QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD Block home screened porch 3 BR, 11 Access to 2 lakes Must see to ap I

BA. Iiving-dining-kitch.n combo $34,900. preciate. Lorraine Champion Broker RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIALFREE

WANT ROOM TO CUSS AND FUSS 28.7 acres good land good timber, I -181 ACRES Good Hunting. Owner ESTIMATES .REASONABLE PRICEDLet

frame home, 2 BR, 1 BA, screened porch water system to livestock pens, [ will finance 5TROUT REALTY
.
machinery storage building, fenced 74750. r LOTS ZONED FOR TRAILERS "+ro are us give your home that new paint |lob It's been needing, or hang that
...
OWNER SAYS SELL IT NOW Brick home, 3 BR 2 BA, living room, family I Graham area. SI. Rd. 100 S lawtey. 'to r-sIr': t.:!: M-MJI en paneling or tileboard in your bathroom along with those other small repairsyou've
21 ACRES PLUS St. Rd. 100. Nearerto 1.. ;.: I wonted to have done
4
room dining -kitch.n combo, utility room, outside BBQ 6 years old on F !
: .. :
m.3Ot' for call
I Waiting your
high-dry acres MAKE OFFER III I I Keystone
GRACIOUS HOME IN EXCELLENT LOCATION Lovely block home on 3] GOOD BLDG. LOTS City water C i..J 8n N. TEMPI': .. 964.4305
I beautiful acres, 2-cor garage open and friendly $65,000. sewer, joining Green Acres. STARVE: FL 32091ourtai 253'rhq 10 9 References available upon request

I THIS HOME IS JUST RIGHT I Easy drive to Cecil Field or Jacksonville. Super I ............,.", ....,.", ...,....-=-- '-
1 home on 5 acres has 3 BR, 2 BA, Great Room with fireplace, CHSA, central II '
I vaccum and stereo. Guests will love to be entertained In this home. | L AVER N H, O UTL AW

I Workshop and fishpond, $74,900.

HOME ON 301 NORTH. 251 ft.301 frontage, large yard/parking area. |
I AREA. 3 Br home on 31 '/. *MINI-FARM Between Starke and Lake
Frame home, 4BR. I BA, screened porch, 34900. LAWTEY
INVESTMENT RENTAL PROPERTY Neat frame home, new roof, new wiring Thinking Buying or Selling? Callus) acres city water A Real Buy. Butler 4 Br.. 2 Ba.. CH&A on 8 acres. Extras -

CHSA 2 BR. 1 BA city water and sewer, $26,000. ,: Large CB building and large pole I

BROOKER MOBILE HOME on two manicured. lots. 3 BR, 2 BA, screened| FRAME HOME in excellent condition barn
on I'/i acres. Between Storke 8 lake
I porch storage building, $25,000. AWAY FROM THE CROWDS. You will ,
DUPLEX UNIT IN GOOD LOCATION Close to school, church, stores, 2 BR. 1 | 964-4522 Butler love the privacy this home offers. 4 Br., 3 i

BA Llvlng.-Dlnlng--kitchen combo, $27,900.IN STARKE. FL.: *SANTA FE LAKE ACCESS-Excellent get Ba.. 2,100 sq. ft. plus on extra large
SLEEPY KINGSLEY VILLAGE Lovely bricked-ln mobile home, 3 BR, 2 BA, | South30J.PIaza.Open away home Call for more Information garage. Many other outstanding
CH/A, well S tank $56,900.
septic BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM BUILT HOME. features on 1.76 acres IN CITY.
BUILDING LOTS
Architect designed Brick 4 Br, 4 Ba,
| LOTS ON SAMPSON LAKE Owner financing. Begin at $18,000. Mon. thru Frl.
I LOTS ON SAMPSON INLET Owner financing. Begin at $8,000. 1.30 a.m. to S:30 p.m. 3,200 plus ft. of luxurious living with *A RARE FIND 530 acres in one parcel

COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES LOT hc.II"t.I, .(!.lIpn.t.GI, build a lovely home. Set. 9 a.m.0 4 prin.REDUCED. many amenities. On 60 beautiful acres with many possibilities., Over 3.000 ft j
FINANCED I
TWO CITY LGTS--Hwy 16 West only12 blocks from Hwy 301, OWNER highway frontage. Approx. 3.900ft. adjoining
LAND FOR SAlt*'***-u* *GRACIOUS COUNTRY LIVING In this 3 Starke Golf 4 Country Club.

J10 ACRES ON PAVED ROAD 13th, St. N.E., Pectin grove, well A septic tank. I II -- Br 1 Ba, brick home on 3 64 acres Timber valued at over $200.000.

I 20 ACRES GOOD FARM LAND Deep well good mineral water, $49,000. REDUCED* R.tallspac. Available Many, Many amenities Take a look for
I 131 ACRES EXCELLENT LAND Dairy farm horse farm ranch. BUYERS OPPORTUNITY On November 1st yourself. Only $53.000. *LARGE HOME-ln city on approx. .91
2 PARCELS NEAR GRAHAM 4.55 acres and 2.16 acres. reduced South 301 Plata acre. 4 Br 2 Ba, CHSA, 1900 plus sq. ft. j jassum.
3 Br.. 1 Bo., In Pin. Haven -
10 ACRES IN SOUTH CLAY COUNTY Residential Agriculture, 17900. HOME BEAUTIFUL: $75,200-on two mtq..SARATOGA.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY $1,000.1 2 BR ApartmentFor acres, 3 Br.. 2 Bo.. 1700 sq. ft., CH/A,
2 Br., 1 Ba., in city reduced Lease amenities HEIGHTS ARIA Well I II
I 301 SOUTH 146 ft. frontage on highway. many
$1,000. 1 Ba.. home with new roof, I
3 Br.
301 SOUTH 4.5 ocr. with frontage on highway. HOME and I kept
3 Br., 1 Ba., excellent location Acres S Building Lots NICE BRICK good & extras. Priced for quick |
STARKE 15,000.q. ft. floor space $74.900. CHSA many
BUILDING IN Approx. r.duced 1000. neighborhood 3 Br., l'/i Ba., w/corport.
1, 5,10 and 20 acre parcelsStarting sale.
3 Br., 2 Ba., convenient' to at $1,000 per acre S32.300.
-FREE NOTARY SERVICES- everything r.duced $2,000. Let Us Help You : 10 *DOUBIEWIDE/ on 4.87 acres, 3 Br., 2 j
DOUBlrWVIDE acres.
on
PUT US TO WORK FOR YOU I 111 I I 4 Br., 2 Ba., brick on 1 plus acres': 3* Br.BEAUTIFUL, 2 Ba. Let us show you this one., Ba., CHSA fireplace, extra nice, owner |
Owner will consider some financing. It. anxious. '
You'll LOVE
AFTER HOURS Reduced 2000.

I Wayne.Douglas........964-6593. Novl Ward.........964-7454. FOREST' HEIGHTS 7 SUBDIVISION Some CORNER U 11 US 301 .2 corners, 1 1 I LAWTEY 301 NORTH 2 Br., 2 Ba., *EDWARDS. 3 Br., 2 ROAD Ba., on 1 private acre, CH&but"convenlent. .dour-
21 /,.acre lots; plus acres with split br. plan on 1.23 acre l
I John Greene............533-2121 Bill Dodd............9647408Irving paved rood nice pine timber parcel 14.87 acres, 1 parcel 55 plum i mobile ble carport. Call for appointment.n .
to Gainesville Clark..............964-7188. Cindy Kurimay..964-7408. Reduced $20,000 TO $40,000. OWNER. acres.miles to Only Starke.19 miles a pond.We Inquiries Oi Our Other Propertiesl'
Invite
Tom B.m.nt..9'.6439. Don Hood............468-1905. SAYS TO SELL III I

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FOR RENT PERSONAL SERVICESCHAIN HELP WANTED FOR RENT PERSONAL SERVICES
CARS TRUCKS
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LINK FENCE Installed Fr..: MIDDLE-AGED COUPLE to work Inoi.l;; & 1
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co i and live In. No pets, 3 /i miles north of BOATS LAKE GENEVA RENTALS Weekly mon FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING

Mobilo Homes and spaces for rent. Owner Tommy Reddish., 964.8559 tfn Starke on 301. 9647184. 10/2 tfnchg thly efficiency apartment, 1 or 2 BR Hand rubbed ell finishes Call. Joe

Recieational vehicles welcome. Phone GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors, windows i, HAIR DESIGNER NEEDED, must have 1963 CORVAIR MONZA Run good call 473.2919.9/4 tfnchg 473.2521.9/4 tfnchg
964 7498 9 16 tfn etc JACKSON BUILDING SUJPPLY following. Excellent working condl- looks good $800.473.7413.9/18 tfnchg MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT $150 per PRESSURE WASHING House, mobile

NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 964.6078. Orders also taken In Lak> lions, private room, busy shop Nexxus 1973 VW BEETLE Good transportation month Partially furnished. Keystone home, pool, deck, sidewalks.. Fre. .

BA apt For more information toll Lake Butler 496.3079 and Keystone Heights and Paul Mitchell system. Call $900. Coll after 5. 4732839. 1 Itchg 10/2 LAKE area GENEVA 4732026.. 9/4 1 or tfnchg 2 BR furnished. estimate. Call Rob 473-3390. 9/4. -

Butler Apts 49b 3141. Equal Oppor 473.4973, 2/26 IlnWANT Hairplanes 9644645. 10/2 Itchg 1980 TOYOTA COROLLA wagon. One tfnchg
tunity Housing 6/7 tfnchg TO DRINK HAIRSTYLIST NEEDED Full or part-time. owner 67,000 mile, clean. Sacrifice, Retired or handyman caretaker couple LAWN MOWING Trimming edging.

ROOMS FOR RENT! Magnolia Hotel $8 THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS Experience preferred Call 964-6777 $1800 firm 4737618. Itchg 10/2 preferred, $200 to $275 mo. 473.7269 or Call The Lawn Barber. 473-3390. Fra '
3788622. 9/4
per night Horn $35 per week. Discount WANT TO STOP? TOYOTA COROLLA two door. AC, 376.7749 or tfnchg Estimates. 9/4 tfnchg .
HOUSE FOR RENT beautiful Silver
offered for longer term. Apply in per THAT'S OURS YARD SALES mags, tinted windows, economical. on FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING .
Lake. 2 BR, CH/A pool table, on 1 acre House out of level? Call LoRue LeveUnOS.rvlc.
son Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across Alcoholics Anonymous Looks and runs good. $700. 4737618.
horn I Post Office, TF 964-4150-964-6219 FRI. ft SAT. 8 til ?? Loads of nice things. Itchg 10/2 lot. $375 month 9042471604. 9/11 ., for all your \ foundation

APARTMENTS FOR RENTi Newly pd thru 11I i I Extra clean carpet At Brownlee 8 1979 CHEVY LUV TRUCK 80,000 miles, tfnchg repair. 473.7721.9/4 tfnchg
3 BR I BA House Lake Geneva $350
decorated everything furnished. Laun SEWING MACHINE REPAIR: All make I Thompson St. Next to RR track. 10/2 aluminum wheels $325 a* I I.. Run. on after 4 SINGLE ALONE t BLUE Young or old

dry facilities Included. Video room cleaned oiled & adjusted $15. Used' YARD SALE-BIG ONEI, Friday Electrical 473.4702 I tchg 10/2 9/25.10/2 month. 475.2682 p.m. 2tchg the Matchmaker can help. We or.. '-

available Will accept one child no sewing machines for sale James honest & sincere. Lakeside' Singles
8 plumbing supplies, Toyota Tool MELROSE AREA MH. New 2 BR, $225 1
; Club Rt. 1 Box 530 Hampton FL32O44. "
pets Palms Apts., 2313 N. Templo Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy
boxes, furniture, linens, family FOR SALE
BR, large LR A porch $175; 2 BR $160 10/2 tfnchg
Ave Staike 32091. 5/1 TF 16, Starke. 9648733. 12/5tfn clothing. 309 N. Broadway. 10/2
Itpd plus deposit. 1.684.6634.4tchg 10/2-23 DEEP STEAM CARPET CLEANING Truck
$50 PER WEEK for choice of our one HANDYMAN electrical
you : carpentry painting THREE FAMILY YARD SALE Sat? Oct. 4, 16'/, FT. MONARK S-1 BOWRIDER 3BR, 2 BA Mobile home for rent. Fullyfurnl.hed. mounted equipment. CAB Carpet
bedroom apartments with refrig and complete home repair.
lots of everything. Behind Madison St.Bapti.t Lounge seats, teak ski storage, three Call after 4732839.. Itchg Cleaning 4737770. Keystone Height
facilities All utilities Included
cooking are Reasonable rates Licensed contractor.
Church. Follow
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signs, 1123 Neil nice built In cooler/storages I Full Instrumentation 10/2 9/18.10/30
in this price. so why rent a room Call Mitch. 4733940. t/9tfn 6tpd
Ct. 10/2
Itpd Extra WHITE LAKE 3 1 BA furnished
storage Large SANDS BR .
BABYSITTING I am a responsible' and
when you can have an apartment.Monthly TIRED OF PAINTING YOUR HOME? Call 1 YARD SALE2.36 metal
prehung outside fuel tank. Bow rail home. screened
canvas boarding Fireplace, porch
caring mother willing to baby.I'Mondoy'Frlday. '
rates are $200. Coll us at 964.6766. Homes Beautiful of N. Fla.
doors 2.36"
prehung metal storm platform Older Johnson 135 HP. RUNS AC. $415 month. $200 deposit.
964 5139 days. 964 6566 evenings, or We will tell how to avoid that job Call 473.2568. Itpd
you doors, furniture, baby clothes Sat 8.4.
GOODI I SS Props. CLEAN. $5500. Lorry 9042497884. 4tpd 10/2.23 10/2
and the and Increase the value ol home.
drop by see apartment
your 818 Parkwood Place. 10/2
Itpd 475.1267.9/4 tfnchg 2 BR MOBILE HOME Large yard. $\00depo.lt. WILL WATCH ELEMENTARY AGI .
in no. six at 314 North 5 f1 tfnVISAMASTERCARD '
manager apt TENT SALE Sot. families
two kids MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Trumpet $100 $200 month. 4732041. Itchg
; children before and after school until 6p.m.
Temple Ave. next to the Tenneco Station Got cord TO.
your clothes and misc. HANDYWAY Corner
Trombone $45 Guitar $90. 4737095. 10/2
; during school day only. Hove
6 26 TF DAYI I Also New Credit Card NO ONE
301 & 225 in 10/2
Lowtey. Itpd 9/4 tfnchgPORTABLE MOBILE HOME 2 BR 1 BA close to townon
children of live across from
FURNISHED 2 BR HOME in Crystal Lake REFUSED! Call 1.518.459.3546 ext. my own
YARD SALE-Sat 104. Four
family yard 9.2 HP Wisconsin wooded lot $235 month. Call
gas school. 4737140. Itchg 10/2
Subdiv $275 plus deposit Now taking C3377. 24 Hrs. 9/25 3tpd 10/9
sale clothes, furniture ceramics, 798 operated water pump) $100. 4737413. 4732730. 10/2 tfnchg
applications 964 5734. 9/18 tfnchg FAIRFIELD ROOFING: Free estimaes.
W. Pratt St. 10/2 Itpd
9/18 tfnchg STORE OR OFFICE space for leas*. 4
COVERED PLATFORM SPACE licensed insured and bonded. All MISCELLANEOUSPACK
GARAGE SALE-Sat. Oct. 4. Green Acre.Subdlvl.lon. .
USED APPLIANCES Kenmore units to choose from $300 month.
AVAILABLE agriculture business or activity types of roofing and Money per
repairs. 1 mile west of 301. Look
dishwasher $75 table
Located
SR 21
: Tappan top on near Woodland Dr.
preferred If need for back guarantee if unable to stop leak. sell and trade collectible -
you space for on Gene Dr. RAT Buy.
sign Large Cypress stove $40; 3 section gloss sliding door Call CENTURY 21 SHOWCASE PROPER.
buying selling etc. Contact Bob Allen. Mobile Home tool 4851556. 485 1016
Used furniture
dog house. Riding toys, children $300. Call after Saturday Sept 20. TIES INC.. Broker 4734903. 10/2 Item and antiques. ,
Starke Stale Farmers Market. North US or 374.1443 anytime. 9/11 tfnchg clothes, sizes 4 thru 20 much more. 473.3202. 9/18 tfnchg 4tchg 10/23 glassware, jewelry and much more.
301 Stoike FL Ph 964.6951 9'25 2tpd GIVE YOURSELF A BREAK call 10/2 Itpd Come see for yourself. One mile east
1979 KENNEDY KRAFT Bass boat, 2 BR, 1 BA clean mobile home Heat 8
10 2 964 6993 no housekeeping job is too YARD SALE.Sat. From 9 a.m. 3 2 of Keystone Heights on Highway 100.
p.m. trailer 55 HP Evinrude (needs work), air on nice one acre lot. 4732566.102
CLEAN FURNISHED. 2 BR trailer private small or large 9/253tpd 10/9
miles south of Starke on 100. Look for $500. 473.2289 after 6 Itpd 10/2 109MOBILE 473-2183. 9/4 tfnchg
2tchg
lot. No pets. no children. 964.5739 or EXPERIENCED mature lady wants to signs. 10/2 I tpd UPRIGHT FREEZER Excellent p.m. condition. PASTURE BOARD CR-214 near Smith

964 4468 9 25 2tpd 10'2 babysit assist elderly or companionship YARD SALE Unens, dishes, lots of baby 8 $125. 473-3827. Itchq 10/2 Lake Grocery. 4733139. 4tchg
2 BR HOUSE with Stove 8 refrig No pets. during the day. References. Call toddler clothes, some new 8 used HOMES FOR SALE 9/11.10/2

Ready Oct 1. $200 per month." after. 6:30 p.m. 964.4913. 9/25 ItpdI Items. Thurs. 8 Frl. Corner Lake & 16W. YARD SALES

964.8498 9 25 2tchg 10/2 I WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT your childrenin 10. ? 10/2 Itpd KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mobil Home, LOSTFREE

CLEAN MOBILE HOME lor rent. Com my home, days. 964.7321. 10/22tchg YARD SALE.InSIde house a little bit of MULTI-FAMILY yard sale. Furniture 14X70 fully furnished CH/A corner

pletely r eon daled & furnished 2 BR, 10/9 everything. Fri. S Sat Oct. 3 8 4. SE lot. 24000. C.B. Isaac Realty.
toys clothes, TV, household and mist TO GOOD HOME One-half Portion .
AC close school WILL BABYSIT In home Coll 9646535. 475.2199.9/4
nice to tfnchg
quiet area my 11th St. 8 19th Ave. Rd. from 9
Forsyth Fri.Sat. Oct. 3-4 85. 150 Sal.umo. Itpd kitten. Call
473-7937 after 5.
must see to appreciate. 1 child maximum 10/2 ItchgREDUCE 10,2ltpd TWO ACRES 2 BR, 2 BA MH. Lot of extras Itpd
am.
OCTOBER 3.4 95. 16 4 miles
Highway
$235 per month 8 deposit your long distant telephonebills YARD SALE family yard sale, Fri. Oct. from Starke on Highway 16 toward Gustafson Road. Leaving state 10/2
964 6714 10 2 Itpd by $32,900' cosh or $36,900 contract.
3rd. 8 ?? 301 next
a.m. Hwy -Lowtey. prison TV dishes, fruit jars, etc. Itpd
AVAILABLE FOR RENT.3BR. 1 BA mobile 25% to Land of the Doublewides. 10/2 Itpd 1 LARGE ANTIQUE CHINA cabinet with 4737139. 2tpd 10/2.9 HOUSES FOR SALE
home on 5 acres, new carpet very and increase your calling time by
YARD SALE-3 families, adults 8 children
glass door drawers 8 doors, 2 coffee
clean. $750 per month Deposit required 50. clothes, blankets, lots of misc. Items tables, two portable $158 $20 LOST & FOUND BY OWNER large 2 BR. I BA, fireplace:
Call 744.2596 collect after 5 EXAMPLE: Average long distance, bill 424 N. Water St. 10/2 ttpd organs stove, regrlgerotor WD and
other furniture. Yard sale. 4733920.
pm 10 22tpd 10 9 $200 per month less 25. equals $150 YARD SALE-Sat. Oct. 4. 932 Euclid St. 2 Friday 8 Saturday. Itchg 10/2 $100 REWARD! Black male Labrador dishwasher $5000 and assume 10%
1 bedroom in brick per month. Plus 50% more time equals
FOR RENT Large opt. interest mortgage. Total price
behind Madison, ,
streets Street Baptist mixed dark
FRI. '.5. SAT. 9.3 30 Inch Hotpoint spots on tongue. Lost Nov.
$300 month and
home Excellent location with all per you can use only 33500. 473-7619. 4tchg 10/2-23
Church. 10/2
Itchg cabinet sewing machine and 7 on SR-100 and Immokalee Road
utilities' paid. Call 964 8704 after 5 p.m. pay $150 per month. SUPER GARAGE SALE-King ... sheets, many range more Items North on 21 to road Answers to "Minor." 4737162. 9/4 4 BR, 2'/. BA Large brick home pool
Business ResidentialExcellent
weekdays anytime on weekend. 10/2 or matching dust ruffle comforter 8 352 go 2 miles paved road White tfnchg screened patio, many extra, on*

I It 3 BR HOUSE central H8AC no pets $275 Coll 114000. Owner will finance 473-4058
pots X-lge size women clothes, 2 SATURDAY 9.2 Four families on Fair. patch on eye. vary short tail. Found little
per month Call 964 7824 after 4 pm. 904.730.3088Jacksonville winter coats 8 clothes. Levi) after 6 p.m. 2tpd 10/2-9
Lake
men
jeansSt. way Ave. No early birds. Lots of good Santo Fe. 4751547. Itchg 10/2
I 10 2 1 ItpdRENTALS W38L30 8 3630. Med sz. women 8 junk. Itchg 10/2 LAKE GENEVA tSTAfES-Don't: mice out

AVAILABLE: $150 per month 17-yeor-old company mens clothes 8 other misc. Custom CHURCH RUMMAGE SALE Thursday. HELP WANTED on this beautiful cypress S brick home

and up Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker 10/21lchg black sheers, beige drapes. Dinetteset Saturday noon. Community Church of 3 BR, 2 BA that has It all. Pretty yard
Owner at 964 5069 or 964-4048 TF $35, refrig. $100 couch 8 with sprinkler
; gold Keystone Heights (Behind Miller's ORGANIZED HOME-ORIENTED system. $74,900 with
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: for rent. On HELP WANTED chair-$100 couch-$65 4 nice personto good term Call 475.3121
; green ; Supermarket) Sot. $1 per bog. Itpd help professional person two mornIngs or 473-49O3.
Highway 16 W. Close to prison. leather bar stool orig. $200 for $35 ea. week Mr. Waters, 9/25 IIpdNOTICE
964 7530 or 468.1323. 10/ 10 lfchg Sears portable trash $75 per Transportation provided
EXPERIENCED NURSING ASSISTANTS: compactor- in Immediate Melrose-Keystone
FURNISHED efficiencies and mobile
homes inside & needed at Whispering Pines Care Ctr. 'like new. 964.6714. White brick house CRYSTAL LAKE HOME SITES area. $5/hour. All Inquiries confidential
city weekly monthly
Archie
next to Tanner Funeral Home
JO LU Motel' 8 MH Pork 964 8810. 6/5 Call Susan Cook. 964.6220. EOE 12/5TF NEIGHBORHOOD Beautiful brick veneer 4 BR, 2 BA on 2 4751678. Itpd 10/2
EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON: honest, YARD SALE all on 54th large lots sitting close to lake Cor
TF ave. within V, block. Fri. 8 Sat. 9 a.m. SUBSTITUTE GED Instructor Lawtey CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted .
2 1 ST. CLAIR ST. No references re- clean cut A MUST' References re. 90000. rectional Institution Teacher
pets til ?? If
cancl 5 miles from
rain west to the lake
Monitor office
qu lied Call 4733628. 10 2 Itchg quired; possible $25.000 first year. Apply .W. PRATT ST. 3/1 CH/A. stove, Certification required. Call SFCC Region -

2 BR. carpeted CH&A. No small D 8 S Motors, 207 N. Temple. No 301 on ,Highway bikes, electric 16. See heater sign double Lawnmowers refrig, microwave oven, ceiling fan, Starke Center 9645382. 10/2 1 Itchg unless.In writing.i and paid In advance

children no pets. Quiet close to shopping phone calls 4/3 TF bed bowling balls, avon bottles, boys $38.500.LAWTEyiAREAI. BABYSITTING In our home. 1 r" days -' this credit 6fflc..*'already" I .edoblishedwith p

big' shaded double 'lot Ideal lor REAL ESTATE LICENSING only 4 weeks, 8 girls ,jeans, electric organ coats 8 '. Gorgeous 3 BR 2 per week someone experienced with MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD '
Call 17554040. N. Fla Real Estate Col.
retired Call 964 6680 after 3 brick ft. children. Possible light housekeeping
couple sweaters, exercise bike baby clothes, BA, veneer over 2,000 sq. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
for "interview., $235 mo. plus leg. 7/3TFN Interior decor that be but not 473-3270 10/2 2tchg
p in per 3000 GOVERNMENT JOBS LIST $16.040$59,230yr. tires toy. 8 game. Plus lots more. must seen to necessary CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
small sec 10 2 Itpd Coll Samuel Adams, Rt. 2 Box 1084 Starke appreciate, 9.74 acres 8 much more. 10/9 THE TELEPHONE.
LARGE I BR HOUSE Kitchen Now Hiring. THE RECEPTION AND MEDICAL CENTERIn
in town. apphances 964.4324. 10/2 Price ,
Itpd nego.oHISTORICAL Classified deadline I I.
805 687 6000 Ext. 5504.. 8/21 8tpd Tuesday noon
& machine furnished Lake Butler has the following temporary
washing YARD SALE-Thursday-Sunday4 ml. PROVIDENCE: 135 acre prior to Thursday publication.
$225 plus sec. dep. 964.7015.9/25 2tpd 10/9 south on SR100. Sofa 8 love seat in new farm brick home position available for a construction
GOVERNMENT JOBSII! I Now hiring In with lovely large Minimum charge I I. 15 words for S3.SO
10 2 area both skilled and unskilled.For condition $1350 new will sell for $650 with all ammenities, Ige. pecan project: Assistant then 15 cent for each word thereof ter.
3 BR BRICK COTTAGE Kingsley Lake.Long your two rattan swivel rockers, $135 for Maintenance and Construction Supersvisor
list of and call trees has 4 MH rentals, 2 stocked
jobs application
.
Pier AC Call 964 6491. 9/25 TFN both. Twin bed rocker recliner 8 other $9.41 per hour; Vocational In
( 383.2627 Ext. J507 fcan 86.303 fish ponds, near 1.75 and 441.
(615))
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3 BR, 1 BA HOME 2 acres, Lawtey. $300 furniture. Sears new chest type structor/Plumber $7.45 per hour; FOR SALE
MANAGER NEEDED for conveniencestore. FARM: Approx. 22.5 acres with 3
per month. .Adults preferred Only experienced need apply. freezer $250; clothes, shoes dishes 8 BR, 1 BA MH. 21g.. barns plus tractor Vocational Instructor/Electrician Vocational Instruc- 13 year old mar.
hour
Releiences 879 2947 9'25 2tpd 10/2 $7.45 ;
more. Also have goat for sola. 10/2 per
PINE FOREST APARTMENTS BR opts Pep-0 Food Store 620 S. Walnut 1 Itpd 8 equip. Many extra tor/Masonry $7.45 per hour. If Interested 16 hand, thin

Storke. 9/18 I tfnchgCONSTRUCTIONdrivers LAWTEY AREA: 3 BR, 1 BA 1 acre the RMC personneloffice all tack
now available starting' at $180 per YARD SALE.Sol. 9.2. Saratoga Hgts. 791 contact plus
month. Call Mon.Fri. 9.5. 964.6312. mechanics W. Pratt St. Furniture 8 MiscellaneousItems. !$39.000. by phone ((904)) 496.2222 or come $325
welders, carpenters electricians, ,BROOKER AREA Over 1.800 ft. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY ,
10 2 tfnchg 10/2 Itpd sq. by In person
needed Also 64.8160 10/2 ttp4
2 BR APT. Kitchen appliances Oct. airline machinists, Will immediately. GARAGE SALE-Saturday, Oct. 4, 95. cal formal country living with all am- .EMPLOYER. 10/2 Itchg
jobs. train
utilities free. $160 per month $150 some positions.Up Children's clothes, electric heaters imenltles plus 4.5 acres,
TranscontinentalJob
security 485.1529, 544 W. Call St. 10/2 ( to Search$6,000/month 382.3700) fee. fcan free kittens, etc. 308 N. St. Clair. 10/2 LAKE BUTLER: on S. Lake Ave., YARDSALBfrlday
((308)
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Itpd 86-307 YARD SAie-Oct. 3 8 4. 9.5.4 miles from (across from school 3 BR 2 BA, C/B 10 til 7-Saturdoy 8 tll 3 .

2 BR APT. Nice kitchen 'like new. Very SOUTHERN CONNECTION Rock-n- Starke, Hwy 16, towards prison right irecently remodeled. 510 E. Laura St. behind Jones

clean $250 plus deposit. 122 N. Myrtle roll/Country band needs bass and lead side-look for sign. TV. dishes, fruit HAMPTON) 4 BR, 1 BA Funeral Home.Sponsored
.
St. 964.8311 10'2 Itpd ....
guitar player. 964.4099 or 511 N. |jars, etc 10/2 Itpd !$18,500 Approx. I 11 acre one 325
3 ROOMS 8 BATH furnished opt Lights Church St. 9/25 2tpd 10/2 3 FAMILY YARD SALE-Sot. Oct. 4. clothesfor only $25.000"HWY by United

8 hot water Included. $160.per month THE CITY OF STARKE Police Dept. Is now men 8 women. Cosmetics electric lOOEl Approx. acre with old Methodist Women 10/2 <". .

plus $75 dep No pets 964 8071. 10/2 accepting applications for position of appliances 8 tools. 127 N. Water St., ''house $7.000.

2rchg 10'9 police officer. Must have Florida police back of pest control 8 til 5. 10/2 1 tpd RENTAL INCOME PROPERTY

CCB HOUSE ON 227. Large rooms, standards. Must be at least 18 years of GIANT YARD SALE-Frl. 8 Sat. 8 til 2 p.m. WALNUT ST.I 4 Plax plus 2 BR. 1 BA, tED

screened porch 2 carports Fla room age and be willing to live In Bradford Lots of everything clothes, dishes, 'MH, 78x210 lot with parking garage."EDWl.RDS I ( REAl mmaanrrTOUR
460-I 168 9645559. )
w fireplace.& or household goods, crafts, etc. 347 North
10 County. Apply City Hall Starke. 209 N. ROAD DUPLEX 8 BR 3 N> OF STARKE oJ.- GUI !
Itchg
Church St. 10/2 1
St., Merrell Dees Office., Itpd E
Thompson BA, plus 3 BR 1 BA, from. Shopping
2 BR HOUSE clean available 10186.I
10/2 ItchgEXCELLENT YARD SALE.Sot. and Sun. In Hampton 1640B S. Walnut (Hwy. 301 S.) A1MJMC RCKHVATOMITS

Sec deposit required. 9646166. 10/2 INCOME for part-time home Across the street from Handy Way close by $69,500.MATIIEWS. P.O. Box 861 SUET ucttu rumrataiTUHMtMMLMMMKM

Itpd assembly work. For Info. call Store. Many nice flower arrangementsand REALTY 964-8447 .

1 BR APT. Near schools 504.641.8003 ext. 9579. 10/2 4tpd 10/23 live plants "Cheap". Lots of other 441 W. Madison I1Nt1Ia181ElYEE11lut

workshop"storage area walled patio CAREER OPPORTUNITY as Bradford nice stuff. Corner bar-$65; old fashioned 10 ACRES in Strawberry .......
Starke FL 32091
heat pump cooling & heating oft County representative for one of hand water pump'$20; S-plece Acres. 30000. IM uRB1pE'IY1L

street parking sliding glass and screen Americas leading insurance com dlnette-$30; lawn mower good 'REALTOR, 964-4469 9 ACRES-4BR 1 BA block'' minis:uonMKt rr.n.
doors in LR. 964.7333 eves9648601mornings. shape-$45; lawn mower parts and Assoc Harold Epps 964 6816
panies. Although insurance experience ; ..
10/2 tfnchg frames $20 books 2 house with owner financing
Is not necessary we seek an ; trolling motor LC.T. TI141"EL EI00L
RENTALS AVAILABLE at the "Cove". individual with ambition determina speed-almost new25. 10/2 Itpd 67000. .
3.elf $140 I'l 1 $165 month. Rentals _::.: = .1-881-432-3114
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lion and a desire to serve others. We -------------- --- 14.5 ACRES-High & dry.
wanted Tiffin, 8 Owens Realtor unlimited &&&&.... .......,...... -
offer
a permanent position close
2 STORY BLOCK HOUSE,
964 5065. 10/2 Itchg
8 attractive
earning potential an
RENTALS AVAILABLE: 4/1 MH. $300; 3/2 benefit package. For Interview write: FAULKNER REALTY INC. to town on paved road.
MH $350.Lawtey; 2/1 Apt. $200; 1/1
Gulf Life P. O. Box 880 Storke FL Owner financing 32500.
$165 & $185. Rentals wanted FILL DIRT
Apt s
32091. or call 964.7914 between 8.30 2.5 ACRES in Hollister (Owner
Tiffin, 8 Owens Realtors 964.5605.10/2 and 11 a.m. 10/2 Itpd Located Hwy 301.1 Blk S. of St. Rd. 100

lichg SUBSTITUTE GED Instructor Lawtey Correctional financing), $6,900. DRAIN FILLSINSTALLED

Institution, Teacher 2 LOTS Lake Hampton Oaks.

Certification required. Call SFCC 964-5069 Frontage on 301. $10,000

Classified Ads Starke Center 9645382. 10/2 Itchg each (terms).
HOUSEKEEPER Mature lady full-time
Get Results position. Must have own transporto- Susan M. Faulkner, GRI, CRB 1 ACRE on Hwy. 16. Well- AND

t lion' 9644269. 10/2 Itpd REALTOR kept 3 BR, 1 '/ BA. DW with

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FRED SACKETT Broker 468-1455
y 'roe I *TOP CHOICE! Approximately 80 acres aVailable at $2.000 per acre

'" d"'Q I COUNTRY CLUB 2 acre plus frontage on Hwy. 230. Priced to self JOHN CURIES Associate

GARAGE SALE ? I PRIME COMMERCIAL- location with nice versatile building. .AI

j HIGH 1 DRY this property can be split into small parcel Two tract 20 S 25 .r-=
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[ acres. Owner will consider financing with qualified buyer Tim's Custom Cabinets 'riNew 'ri-
I *2 HOUSES on this nicely landscaped lot in town. Great rental Investment i

Saturday Morning Oct. 4, 1986 I with positive cash flow. Construction Remoi'4l1ng; -.-
t BEAUTIFUL 3/2 block home with access to Crystal Lake 2 car garage, CH/A, *
8:00 a. m. 4 : 00 p. m. ( fireplace large deck overlooking lake. '*,Cabinet. *TH. *.:c.lUngl

1 +3/2 Mobil horn on paved road. B'reeEstimates "M-* II

LAND-for sal*. $1300 per acre. Call Tim Thompson

Starke Woman's Club I 2 ACRES-on S.R. 16 owner financing. Ev Tr
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.4380 964-6238 *
[ I NEW 3/2 cedar ham with lakevlew of Sampson Lake. Over 2,000 sq.:ft. of. 6 Shop .

1\1. North of Post Office i { living area. III rtrrr ,

j.ce.o1e:\e d oV e"e } *LOTS on Sampson Lake. Great terms. "
R. T. LOVORN REALTY
1 I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS- area 1/1 home 1 '/, year old. CH/A carport fenced

COe'" I yard and storage building in back. I 1'.0.lod2S";

"'ell. i f... I Keystone Hgtt., Florida 3245 I J. I

Oy '... >V. ""l- SE |0th Avenue Seminole Ridge .

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ocI' '.M 1'1'h- I /4 bath, large master bedroom and dressing room. Franklin fireplace In I

.--------- -'- living room water to air heat pump ceiling fan. In all room, newly

\ Sponsored by OWNER WILL hold wrap around mtg. oh this beautiful brick horn*. 3 I carpeted throughout. Fenced bock yard and largo detached garage. Just

Bedroom 2 bath. Great location. Call for appointment reduced to 65900. .
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2 (/3: Bedroom apartments for County Ads

re"" Low income .family Pump & Supply -

housing. We Drill 2" to 6" Wells State Licensed : COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MOBILE HOMESWHY

Apply at 922 E. Brownlee St. US 301 North.'UN.Templ.A".Sta' ; RENTLEASEOFFICE
964-7061
Stark, FL PAY RENT Purchase a mobilehome.like
964-7133 AND WAREHOUSE SPACE rent paymentt>-owner
FLORIDA CARPET CLEANING & DYE CO. Located in Union County Time financed 945 N.W. 3rd Street, Sid's
MobIl.
Home Park. 9/18 tfn/chg.
l..I building. Call for Information.'
( Iuutns PROFESSIONAL'SERVICES OFFERED 4D"M> 4962261. tin.
10 JJ.ch0loIIIMU ,\ "Quality Work, low,low prices $1/183 NOTICE
(Any Room & Hall) . . .. . It Scotihgard Available WANTEDFARM
Specializing In cleaning and re-dyelnp 'wall to wall carpel, furniture cleaning CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
and otter bids on commercial work. LAND WILL BUY OR LEASE. Call to the Union County Times of
HANG CEILING SPRAYED Senior Citizen Discount No mileage charge Free advice. Tom Chol,.., daytime ((904)542-7957) fide In writing and paid In advance
HNIiHING SWIRL DESIGN '"" night (9045427050.) 10/2 4tchg. 10/23 unless credit is already establishedwith
964-4997 Call .
Call .
this
PIAMIRING ROllED TEXTURED ovar Mam bar ol office.THE
STUCCO HARD 29Dtq.lt.axlra Chick yellow pages In local phono book StarkaBradlordCtiNfnbnr TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE! HELD
COAT charo0 an Work OuamnlgnitRooms of CommercaHwy YARD SALE RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
I I CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
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IVNN'S Just r l I .--, --. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3 In Raiford at Florida THE TELEPHONE.
T 301 South Stale Prison Housing Area on Circle Classified deadline Is TUESDAY.
DRYWALL & PLASTERING, INC. 1,720 sq. irandl'Houses a Drive Livlngroorn furniture kitchen NOON prior to Thursday publication
3 pr 4 and bedroom furniture, console TV. Minimum charge is 15 words tor$3.50
Hwy 16 East No Down then 15 cents for .ach word thereafter
Stork., Florida baths, Payment" plus much more 4311944.' Itchg. 10/2
Ow".. SATURDAY OCTOBER 4. 9 A.M.-untll.
great
I YNN 'LUTHER ((904)9645517) Phone fenced Many Sizes and Styles / south Shirley Itchg.Glovers 10/2' residence on SR-231, REAL ESTATE

cone OUT OF AREA
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this INSURANCEMAINES

today 964-8848 LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO
INSURANCE
APTS. AGENCY 25 E.
Saratoga ttn Evenings Main Street. Lake Butler, 496.397B.Compl.t. PERTY If I don't have it, I'll find, it- Just
Insurance Service. 4/10 tin ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.
496.2126 or 4962903 eves. "YOUR
964-4073
Brand New iii 473-3627 UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn

.._---- .... ..-- .-.. HELP WANTEDAVON
1.2. & 3 Bedroom Units FOR SALE

Beginning As Low As REPRESENTATIVE. Earn money for
Christmas $8.$10 hour. Call
per
$195 Flying Z Mobile Homes 1 462-2743 (Alachua) 9/25 Ztchg. 10/2 COUCH AND CHAIR. $200. Dining Room
CARREER OPPORTUNITY for sewing table and 6 chairs, $250. Call 496-3206,
after 7 P.M. It. 10/2
Call machine operators. We offer 2 weeks
..... 11060 Phillips paid vocation 3 paid holidays insurance LARGE METAL DESK with 6 drawers
.. .''0"..'.'. 782-3531 Hwy. plan profit sharing. Apply In $125. CAM 496.2713. Itchg. 10/2
FHA I REGULATORS person at Lake Butler Apparel. Experience
FOREIGN !3 f will tram. Itchg. 10/2

KANE CYCLE I NEW 1987 14 Wide Fleetwood SUBSTITUTE GED INSTRUCTOR._lowtey GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U
I Correctional Institution, repair). Delinquent tax propeity
REPAIRUS SHOP Teacher Certification required. Call Repossessions. Call I(B05)6B7.6000.hI. ) ,
1 YOUR $7,995198724x45 SFCC Storke Center 964.5382. 10/2 GH.1136. for current repo list.
301 N 964.5805 -
(WARD Weekly'i II hg 925 8tpd. 1113PROPERTY
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U..n h. 1W4,41.1 I Thur'Frt 4 Sal 1-1
FOR RENT FOR SALE


I 238 E. $12,995 TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES LOOKING FOR. A PLACE TO SETTLE Two
FOR RENTI Union CountyTimes 150 acres on SR 241 1. asking price 8000.
Main Street, One acre lot with 3 bedroom. 1 bathhouse
14 x 70 3 BR 2 Full Baths 496.2261 for Information Lake Butler.tfn Phone on CR.791. $20,000-owner financing .
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE available. 2 1/2 acres with 3
Irr located in Union County Times Building bedroom doublewide, complete with
r $10,995 at 150 West Mam Call 496 2261, for swimming pool and 100-foot tower
more information tIn 50000. Call 4962713. Itchg. 10/2
Parts TWO BEDROOM. 2 BATH MOBILE HOME
Repairs Why Pay More ? completely furnished, A/C' safe MOTORCYCLES
Discount Price for neighborhood. $250 monthly Adults
only. Call 4962271. after 5 P.M. 8/28
Tires & Batteries
Drive chg/tfn 1981YAMAHA XT2SO. Street or dirt.,
a Little HOUSE FOR RENT Three bedroom, one Good condition 2,100 miles. $600. Call
..*....***.*............. .. bath central' heat and air. $350 a anytime 496.3882. Itpd. 10/2
Save month plus deposit. Call 12621791. HONDA ATC200. $600 Call 4962713Itchq. .
Lot .
a 10/2
.I. c'i'PRES.s-Mu[ or 13721953. 9/25 chg/Hn

.. and y PERSONAL SERVICES
Call Collect For LAND FOR SALETEN

PINE BARK
BARNETT MOBILE HOME SERVICE
ACRES one mile out of Lake Butleron
Free Credit
and ,
Repairs
Call
Application towing. Richard
." .Xpu pick-up or We Barnett at 4963255. 9/11 I tfn/chg. SR121. Call 4962953. Itpd. 10/2

i b.MTnimu"rn'3'yds'on: .. 262-5000

Cypress Lumber 9 II 4Hhg 10 2
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Roberts Real Estate

i. 964-6649 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke, FL
.e.**....*.... .*. Bgg; 964.6262

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'.-" "- .'.. ---.. "'' u. SAVE $ $ With
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: COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301 ,
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| "C1'Oe' Homes Beautiful *>,,'; 50000. Coll Today!
1 '} ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile home. Only

Magnolia $75,000. Owner terms possible.
'WINDOWSAlso: CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, central heat & air.
Reduced to 35000.
Downtown Starke across from
640 ACRES Excellent development property in a rapidly

I .I For' Siding Soffit & Fascia growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that $1200
Rooms for per acre I 11.
.
.; ? Awning Screen Rooms DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath on 1 acre. 23000.
Carport Brick or Stone SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. $11,000.
Nightly Weekly Cleaning .38 ACRE FARM Northwest of Starke, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bath

Nightly '800 From $35 1. Call frame with outbuildings, CH/A
1.t. .10 ACRES Pecan grove, no improvements.
HOMES BEAUTIFUL OF N. FLA. FORSYTH ROAD 5 Acres plus no improvements, 640 ft.

-._..._..,...-_. .-_ ,.,,....... =!<: '. I''y.... ......."."' '''';_:; '" .YJ: .r It -8._ Starke 4l.Jh 964-6766: frontage pump septic on road tank.COMPLETE .2.9 acres with older mobile home, well,

COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE

George W. Roberts, Jr.,Broker
THIS WEEKEND ONLY MEN & WOMEN 964-6058 Evenings

A ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME.' OPPORTUNITY 17-62 Terry A. Gaines, CSM. Salesman/Appraiser
POSTAL JOBS 964-4181 Evenings

j I start ol $390 week
'r I __ FEDERAL pei JOBS
$, .\ 0 0 % OS 5 $276 pei weak
GS. 6 $308 per week
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9 ? PANI OS- 7 $342 pei week
$3/9 week
A GS. 8 per
LAND VAf lgelE S GS-9 $419 per week
GS-IO $461 per week
SALE TRAIN NOW FOR CIVIL ra

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SERVICE EXAMS '

Home For.
Prepoiotlon
,$49" DOWN, *49 MONTH 'POST OFFICE 'CLERICAl JANE S. USHERYour
'MECHANICS 'INSPECTORS Union County Realtor
Terms based, on purchase: 345000. Financing offered by seller on balance of $3401.00 $49.00 per month Write ft Include; Phone No.Notional 496.2126 or 496.2903
over 120 months, Including 1.75% APR.(WE FINANCE EVERYONE). Training Service, Inc. MO W.Main SI.,lake Butler
P.O. Box 538Cherry

Large Wooded Building Lots of Va Hill New Jersey 08003
over Acre each. ((11.eo.524s242515) FOR SALE

(Special area approved for mobile homes). Ideal for IDEAl LOCATION. 15 min. to G'ville.surround L. this City' ,very L. Butler.very neot Alochua.and com'or.table & High.
************.* ****> *< Springs lovely country letting .
retirement vacation home and 3.25 acres. This well kept properly hot fruit trees equ.p-
... .. or permanent. ; BUSINESS ment pole born. Suitable for small form operation.
OPPORTUNITY ItFASHION WALK TO TOWN from this two story home Cent H/A and wall to wallcorpet.
investmlt Needs minor repays. Must see to oppreciate.
M tj a WORTHINGTON SPRINGS Three or four bedroom home. Cent. H/A,, One

m..q ENE VA STOP is {i block Owner off transferred SR. 121. ,1/2 must acr.sell.up to 2 acres available Priced right to sell.

developing I a new* .40 ACRESProperty located In Union County,, With rolling terrain and Iron-
roods this hat numerous home sights and can be easily -
shopping plaza adjacent $ ling three property
511111 FISH SAIL WATER SKI sub-divided. Parcel may also be sold In 20/20. Owner ''"""'*.
L to their store on jtIhvy. WORTHINGTON SPRINGS 1.8 acre tract off! Little Springs Rood. Wooded,
H AT KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLORIDA 301 (across from septic tank and wo lI. Owner 'finance.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Business/commercial property & building In city
i THIS high school) .. limits ol lake Butler Some financing available to qualified buyer. Could b.
ONLY TWO used for several businesses, with plenty of parking space ovlalab

I WEEKEND ONLY OCTOBER 4 &. 5 RETAIL OK OFFICE : HAVf financing 3 TO available.$ acres available Has a..umabl.loan.with owners out too.of Call town today ft need for appt to sell.to Some see.

ISATURDAY & SUNDAY 10:00 SPACES are left ""- : SHAVE 2 VA HOMES with assumable loans. Proper down payment needed
'tii 6:00
: am
: pm Available for occupancy to qualify only No credit report or loan closing cost needed.

??,: NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY, JUST DRIVE ONOUT by l1lid-J"tie' : CAll FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THESE AND OTHER COUNTRY

I SATURDAY OR SUNDAY. NO SALES PRESSURE JUST non't miss out on this ; PROPERTIES IN UNIUN COUNTY.
,
PICK< Q YOUR' OWN BEAUTIFUL LOT... great location! JANE S. USHER: Realtor

DIRECTIONS* : In Keystone Heights at red light east on At. 100 for 1 ft miles. Turn left on CR .a CALL For J04-384'0 Further .:t. 496-2126 or 496-2903 Eves.

214 continue V mile on CR 214 to entrance on left marked "$49.00 LAND SALE". Just ? "Your Union County REAL

dri v| on out,'we'll meet you there. Information ;: .- '
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Mark Friedlln the amazing Pitt's Specials planes '
HCT Staff Wrlttr specially designed for the maximum
The skies were filled with the stress encountered during their
sights and sounds of exciting aviation manuevers, which have been the HP
action last weekend as the North highlights of the the many shows
Florida Air Show at the Lake City they have visited in all parts of the
Municipal Airport turned out to be country since they formed in 1984. ,
one of the most exciting ever. Also on hand delighting the
Over 900 young students in Union overflow crowd were the famous
County elementary schools attendedthe parachuting team from the U.S. Ar- -. ," :"" "
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event, which is put on to benefit my the "Golden Knights" who are ...... .. ..t..;;.' ." 'f;': .: ?' ..'
charity, thanks to Lake Butler also a group of veterans with experience .. .. ,. : "4" .. .
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businessman Marvin Pritchett, in air shows all over the '-, iZtt1i
owner of Prutchett Trucking. Prit- U.S.The
chett purchased 970 tickets to the Golden Knights are a group of
North Florida Air Show, itself a world class jumpers who leap out of
charity event held each year in Lake their plane at 12,000 feet altitude and
City, for the asking price of $6 each can land on a dime. Tile members of a
and donated them to the elementary this elite group are recognized as the EI'r'
school students. finest parachuting teamin the world.
Columbia County Judge Vernon The team has won 57 National and .
Douglas, a co-founder of the show, eight World Championship titles.
said Pritchett's gesture "worked out Founded at Fort Bragg, North
beautifully" in commentes after the Carolina in 1959, the team's 82
shew and said the airshow was a members are divided into two Er
"big success" despite the heat last demonstration teams, two competition
teams, an aviation section and a _
weekend which was in the 90's during headquarters section. They have # _
the various acts. performed more than 4,500 shows
The Judge, with his brother Marshal around the world since they were _
and P l .
pilot Ray Sessions foundedthe founded. ""
show originally. The event prospered After the Knights hit the landing .. ;
so much since it's humble spot and their plane landed safely a.ko_tll ?
beginnings that the Florida State the crowd parted for the arrival of
Legislature designated it as the official the Coors "Silver Bullet", piloted by _
air show of the state in 1984. Srv I'IIKP I 1311 .
Beginning with a charitable dona- -- --
tion of $1,000 in the first year, the Taking a Close Look...
show is expected to take in over A huge no\ulof follow aviation enthusiasts gathered at the lake City
$50,000 in 19116. Airport List weekend for the annual North Florida Airshow a charity .;
"The pilots are all volunteers who benefit which has gl'O\\Ul'lidl year since its inception.
want to do their part for charity," At top students. from Lake Huller. and their parents scramble to meet
Judge Douglas told the Telegraph in the pilot of u new' U.S. Navy ...IK "llornrt" a formidable carrier-based
an earlier story "We donate close to fight'r.
100 percent of the money we take in Clockwise from middle right: a member of the Coldern; Knights air
right back to charity with very little team executes: a pinpoint landing in front of the crowd Hill Hioholh'I'ls :
overhead, thanks to the volunteersand out his C'oor's "Sih'r Bullet"and fans take a close look at an A-7 fighter. k' ,. .
the city officials who donate the
use of the airport. It's turned into an r
exciting experience for everyone in

volved.The show" opened with the sight of
brilliant colored streamers painting V
bright trails int he sky as the crowd
ooohhed and aahhed, the jumpers ( ar.
performing some seemingly death- u+
defying aerobatics at low levels, lsa
which always bring gasps of admira- tAt
tion from the big crowd which ;
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overflowed airport.The the fields surroundingthe .I .+ i r y

crowds began gathering at the aJw'
field at 8 a.m. even though the actual
show wasn't to begin until 1:30: p.m. M
The reason? '
The collection of fascinating
planes on display for close-up inspection .
from World War II 4 .
ranging ; !; fli11v
vintage P-51 "Mustangs" to sleek ilL r E' ? 1
new military jets like the F-16 / 1 W V a'' L L'e i nalt,
"Falcon" front line -
a fighter. i
One of the crowd favorites as
usual were the Black Hawks ,
Aerobatic team.
The Black Hawks are a four-ship,
diamond formation group specializing -
in rolls, spins and loops. They fly


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m 20 ACRES LATHES
APPROXIMATELY 46,000 SQUARE BELT SANDERS
FOOT PLANT o FORK LIFTS
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PREVIEWS: 3-6 P.M. MONDAY, OCTOBER 6

AND ONE HOUR PRIOR TO THE AUCTION

*ALL THE EQUIPMENT WILL BE SOLD ABSOLUTE TO.THE HIGHEST BIDDER. THE REAL ESTATE WILL BE
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LOUNGE MOTEL 11:00: A.M. WED., OCT. 8

SHELL HARBOR-on the ST. JOHN'S RIVER PREVIEW: ONE HOUR PRIOR TO THE AUCTION

WELAKA, FLORIDA 37 ACRES

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Pog lOB from a fighter to a fighterbombermode
Bill Bishop, a miniature plane In minutes in the field.It .
powered by a jet engine one of the utilizes lightweight, space-age
smallest jets planes in the world. materials like titainlum and
The "Bullet", which is only 12 feet graphite in its construction to reduce
long, pulled off some astonishing drag and Improve dogfighting per-
aerobatics at high speeds during the formance.The .
prl+ / show, thanks to Bishop's skill and plane Is one of the first
I 1 u the craft's unique configuration. military jets who's engine's thrust Is
Bishop entertained the crowd in two and half times more powerfulthat
two ways during his flight he nar- its weight, making it capable if
rated the show himself from a radio a range of high-G turns ont possiblewith
set piped through the public address earlier fighters.
system on the ground while flying. As Judge Douglas says the United
For many of those in the audience, States military forces have made a
however, the thrill of the show was major contribution to the success of
the chance to take a close look at the the show. Without the Department of
newest military aircraft on displayat Defense the show could not havesurvived
the field, with static displays and or produced the thousandsof
live, in-the-air demonstrations of the dollars necessary for the Columbia -
capabilities of these powerful Association of Retarded Citizens
planes.A and Happy House Child Care to remain -
U.S. Navy F-18 "Hornet" fighterput in operation to meet the needsof
I on a flying demonstration at the their clients.
Something Old..and Something Very New... 'ho.o,Mark.I.dUn show and is was, to put it simply, an The older, vintage and "warbird"were
awe-inspiring experience well worth also a big draw, undoubtedly
It'. a contrast In technology as a vintage, but nicely restored Steerman fighters on hand for the North Florida Alrshow. the price of admission alone bringing back many memories for
I aerobatlc bl-plane (at right) sits on the tarmac next to a very advanced The Is held in Lake City each and benefits local charities. The F-18 is a powerful, twinpmlfnaH some of the veterans in attendance.
year
cousin the USAF F-16"Falcon", one of a pair of the highly advanced Jet flilMnf tvVunlt. cnn r frVtrtC.N.C. COMMISSARYFOOD


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Construction Inc. SR 225 at US 301 Lawtey
I News Briefs I 782-3017

T-Bones . . . . II. l 1"
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Stanley Crawford Owner Ribeyes . . . ea. 690
Center Cut
Traffic and DWLS according to the Florida Parliment. Pork Chops . . la. 1.90
William H. Worthington, 46, of Highway Patrol. Swindell was DeWitt C. Padgett & Toni K. Residential Commercial Boneless an
Putnam County was arrested Sept. released after a $1,210 surety bond Padgett. Chuck Steak .. .. lb.rgg I
25 for no valid driver license was posted. Zollie T. Whitley & Rebecca Custom Homes large 129
(NVDL), according to Patrolman Whitley. . . . .. . flat
Marc Devereaux. He released Toni! Lynette Prittchard of Michael B. Morrow & Linda M.
was
Concrete Ground Chuck . 169 I
after a $105 cash bond was posted. Jacksonville was arrested Sept. 28 Morrow. Work RoofingAll lb.
26 produced for NVDL, according to Trooper Henry Franklin Parmenter & CountrySmoked 199
Sept.valid license Worthington and was ordered to pay a Phillip KraszewskI. Prittchard was Gracie Lee Parmenter. Phases of Carpentry Bacon . . . . lb. I
$50 court costs. released after a $105 surety bond Alton L. Snellgrove & Linda Country Smoked O19
.. was posted. Snellgrove. Sausage . . . lb. .
Robert Johnson of Gainesville
was Billy Ray Huggins & Sherrie J. Fresh *7OC
arrested Sept. 27 for driving while Divorces GrantedIn Huggins. Chicken . . . m. 1C
license suspended (DWLS), accor- Bradford James J. Freeland & Sashra E. O. PROMPT Plus Tax & Deposit 16 oz. btl. 6
ding to Lt. William Tillotson. CountyThe Freeland. PROFESSIONAL Coke & Pepsi . . .Pk'18.
Johnson was released after a $210 following marriages were Ben. W. & 6 Pk Long Necks
Debra
Hightower M. SERVICE Homes in for OB9
cash bond was posted. dissolved in Bradford County duringthe Hightower.Clay progress Budwelser . . & tax
month of September. McRae & Shanda D. McRae. you to see... low Gas Prices "339
Walter Swindell was arrested Bonefay J. Grant & Lou E. Grant. Gregory M. Swan & Patricia M. Reg. Gas . . . / /
Sept. 30 for driving under influence Charles J. Parliment & R. FREE ESTIMATESLet
Betty Swan. Unleaded . . . .84"

Us Save You Money Super Hi-Test . .929
752-5152 on Your New Home! We Accept Food Stamps
Real Estate Class & W.I.C. Checks
Starts Tonight SFCCAre Card of ThanksWe Card of ThanksOur Located In Union County Visa and Master Charge
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you interested in real would like to thank all our recent sad loss leaves us with -- '-
friends for the calls, flowers, grateful thanks toward
estate? There is room for you in a phone neighborsand
class which starts tonight, Oct. 2. cards and most of all your prayers friends. Their comforting ex A r
Santa Fe Community College during our mother's Nancy pressions of sympathy and ICI
Starke Center begins Real Estate Carswell, illness and death. May thoughtfulness will always be
Principles, Practices and God bless you. remembered.
License Law tonight at 6:30. Mrs.G.\ (VoucHe) Mule: Special thanks to Archer Funeral ;
The five credit course, which :Marjorie Burch Home for their kind help. .
prepares students for the state and Agnes Voss! Julia Kerce Nettles! Family A
real estate licensing exam will
meet each Monday and Thursday
evening from 6:30: to 10 p.m.
The course will run frm Oct. 2
to Dec. 17. The cost of the courseis I
$112. Students who have never : s M
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taken a Santa Fe course must paya /V1/11Vr.. h
$20 registration fee. IIFIIIM.nn Nxno
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and was described. in a folder "The Feast of Belshazzar" pain Calvary Baptist ten*or more years handling "of color and proportion. ,
distributed by the Quigleys as ting also <""". '" "'I ",ut .iftr-i (two ago. The minute detail of the table set & / :
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"Dynamic Dramatic, Magnetic ... "accedes of awesome TngpifSTlori In tings, vases of flowers, and other objects I 3J'J I ::

,I -A Scene_Never_ to be Forgotten.." the Gospel__. !_Tabernacle_ __ .00.. .Fire_ of was In removed the lest two from or the three wall years behind it were remarkably clear, while Daily Lunch Specials moam: 3 ,

I the church choir, stored in a specially the candles, burned low in high pnl' It
Included in the exhibit will be a color photograph of made wooden box and placed in candlesticks, indicate the lateness of I American Seafood and Steak ,
the original painting by Mrs. Stuart Fletcher which the hour when the handwriting ap All orders come with soup and fried rice or French fries ,

I was destroyed in a fire at the Gospel Tabernacle in from the church public attic view, where and it was dropped soon peared. I L 1. Fried Shrimp ((21 pc med. 8hrlmp) . . 3.95 ,
Starke during the early 1960s almost forgotten.An When Mrs. Fletcher died in the
early years of World War II the painting 12. Fried Cod or Catfish . . . . . $3.95 I
This will be the first public showing, outside of the article in The Telegraph a yearor was willed to her son. Lacking L3. US
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church, of this unusual painting of a memorable scene so ago about the "missing" pain- the money for his mother's funeral Ribeye Steak 0/2ib.( ) . 3.95 ,
from the Old ting brought a reply from a reader expenses, William Fletcher left the L4. Fried Froglegs & Cod 4.50
Testament. The
public is invited without who said she had seen the painting in painting with the undertaker as I or Catfish . ,

charge.n_ church the church.officials A recent confirmed check that with it security.In I L5. Steak & Fried Shrimp ., . . *5.95 'II .

In an illustrated article in "All undetermined origin gutted the in- was still in storage and arrangements a statement attributed to Mrs. This Week's 'I
Florida Magazine"of that period the side of the church in the early 1960s, were made to have it Fletcher before her death she was I Special ,
writer described the reaction of displayed during the Starke Arts quoted as saying she had prayed for American Seafood and Steak
viewers as Mr. Quigley "pulled the along with the painting for which the Festival. good health so she might carry out I All orders come with soup or salad, fried rice and French fries ,,
cord controlling the purple velvet Quigleys are said to have been of- her inspiration. "One night I seemedto

drapes.. they stand first in rapt at- fered $25,000. It was insured for Before her death Mrs. Fletcher, have a vision and could see the en- I SW1. Steak & Shrimp . . . . .. . 8.95 ,
tention, then gasp with disbelief." $5,000. an untrained artist, told of having a tire scene lust as I painted it." she I ((3/4 Ib. US Choice Ribeye and 1/2/ lb. Medium Shrimp*
The canvas shows 236 revelers dur- I ,
SW2. Fried Shrimp & Snow Crab .. . 8.95
ing a banquet at Belshazzar's court William Fletcher's version of his mother's famous
Fortunately, photographs had ((112 lb. Medium and 3/4/ ,
Shrimp lb. Snow
when the young Daniel, who had been made of the painting before it painting, "The Feast of Belshazzar, will be on Crab) ,

been taken to Babylon by the con- was destroyed, and guided by these display for the public in the Bradford County I SW3. Alligator Steak & Fried Shrimp 9.95 I

quering Jerusalem Babylonians in 606 B.C.who Daniel captured is Mrs. Fletcher's son, who had Historical Room at SFCC Starke Center (Old Cour- (World Season Popular Seafood and Mf/ lb. Mad.Shrimp: )

depicted standing before the throneof undertook become a sign to bring painter forthnot in Starke a, thouse) during the Starke Arts Festival, Oct. 18-19. Appetizer: Alligator Strip ((4)) . . . $3.50 I

words Belshazzar"Mene, Mene while,Tekel"pointing inscribed to the- replicafor that would have been Lobster Tail V2lb. . . . . . . . 9.50 I II
impossible, but a slightly smaller her sickbed said. I had
the vision while lying on thought of painting the
on wall believed in the Old
Testament to have been written by painting with the same theme that the age of 80. She believed that she picture in such proportions, but Chinese Food I

the hand of God. The words were in- his mother used, and containingmany was spared to carry out the believed I had neither the strengthnor I All orders come with soup egg roll and fried rice ,
of the
same characters painstaking task of painting the the ability to do it.
terpreted by Daniel as a warning to
the revelers at the feast"You have dramatic scene which required four I CW1. Cashew Chicken . ., . . $6.50 ,I

found been weighed wanting.in" Chapter the balance Five and of original While it in cannot color be or compared technique to, the the oil years colors of effort before and completion.In 300 pounds. of rich "After that night, I knew that I I CW2. Imperial Shrimp . . . . . 8.50 "I

Daniel concludes with the statement son's painting is remarkable in painting the picture, Mrs. Flet- had been directed to carry out the I CW3. Orange Flavored Beef (HotsPicy) .. $9.50Chinese .II
itself and for work, and I have 'I
the strange story of cher used an unusual technique, since enjoyed II
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; night, and the Babylonian Empire arrangement between Fletcher and the background at top, and working care of me that made the painting FoodFeaturing it
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