Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04438
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 9, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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Partly cloudy a slight chance of rain highs In the mid-tlOs, lows SECTION BI u Pag.. t L
mid-to-uppcr 60s, and a light wind out of the south is the extended to-T.ch N.w..II K +
outlook for this weekend. Man Arr.it.d. . .. . .21 U NIVERSITY'P BCT
A cold front moved through N-FL Tuesday. Another stationary Sapp Acquitted . . . 31. FLORIDq ..
S front is on the way down. There is a 40% chance of rain today Hunting Dot...41 GAINESVILLE

(Thursday Oct. 9)), diminishing through the weekend. Bike Cont.. .51 r"" F|_ 3g 611- .44
The 50-year rafnfallaverage 1 shows August rainfall at 8.1 inches.Schmidt Morch.i.U ,
a slackening to 5.46 inches in September 3.64 inches in October.Clalilfled Ad.. -9B The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

1.86Inch's in November and 3.08 inches in December. N.w.Brl.f.t.ll.UB 108th Year STAKKE.FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy

Ar.o D.othi, 12th Issue Thursday,October 9, 1986 USPS 062-700 .
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nun*.mg. Community Involvement at Peak for SFCC Art Show JrSQme

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100 artisans are expected on For two days historic Call Street ting up concessions all over the tunity to choose their own art in the store fronts along the festival site. 1 '. .'
Call Street next Saturday and Sun will be the site of professional ar street. They are ready to tempt the $1 to $10 price.!anjte. The Boy Scouts are assisting the .-. "
day October 18 and 19, for the first tists both locally and nationally tastes of festival-goers with a variety festival staff in both the set-up and ,;{t.
Gator QB'ers... annual Starke Festival of the Arts. known, gathering to display their of treats that range from full All this fun and frivolity is the break-down of the festival. Medical ,*'7,1

Bud Fernandez, equipment Booths will line historic Call Street work to spectators and judges alike. chicken dinners to genuine cotton result of many long hours of planning Explorers Post 460 will man a first t p7' I, l t
manager for the University of between the railroad track and The festival is free to the public. candy. and hard work. The City of aid station on the festival site. I r
football staff is US301.To While the art, both two and three- Starke threw available
Florida coaching Although art in every form is fun every
scheduled to speak to the Gator QB be used for the entertainment dimentional is perhaps the largest for people of all ages there will be resource Into preparing the city for Since Call Street will be closed to ',
Club at 6 p.m. tonight (Thursday area the SFCC parking lot will be feature of the Starke Festival it is special activities for the "junior" the two-day event. The Chamber of vehicles for the two days of the
Oct. 9)) when the local Gators closed. only part of a range of activities that members of the festival spectators.A Commerce, with Jack Eckdahl at festival traffic arrangements had to
gather for a fish fry at the Officers Hours of the festival will be 9 a.m. will bring new meaning to the" designated youth art area has the helm, has been involved since be worked out by Starke Police Chief
Club at Camp Blanding. to 6 p.m. Saturday and 1-6 p.m. Sun phrase "something for everyone. been set up just for them. Within this the conception of the Starke Jimmy Bowen. Merchants lining the
Tickets and bus seats are still day.It. area young local artists will be Festival. Mr. Eckdahl has personally Call Street festival site are
effort of the For those who enjoy the performing acted hason for cooperating. Security for the art and I
available tor the bus trip to the is a cooperative showcasing their work. Many school as a community
Kentucky game Nov. 15, departing community of Starke, the Santa Fe arts, a stage will be set up on the groups are participating by display the festival coordinator in such concessions has been arranged by
west side of the SFCC Starke Center.
Starke Center things as services Sheriff Dolph Reddish and will be
Fri., Nov. 14, and returning Sun Community College collections of their negotiating city
and the SFCC Endowment This outdoor theatre will be the site talents and merchant handled by the SPD and BradfordSheriff's
day, Nov. 16. Tickets must be paid- Corpora This area will also offer face encouraging support.
of a full schedule of live entertain
in-full by Oct. 31. Call Ada Reddish, tion. The Festival, sponsored in part painting to get the little ones in the Mayor Charles Schaefer issued a Dept.
ment that will run the length of the
!9M-7910( or Marty Barry 964-6300, by the National Endowment for the 'festival mood. proclamation urging a city-wide
for info. Arts and the State of Florida, Festival weekend. These programswill clean-up. The Woman's Club, long An art festival for Starke is the
;\. Department of State, Division of allow many local groups to A graffiti wall will be erected, consisting involved in beautifying the City of brain child of Harvey Sharron, Jr.,
Demo Cultural Affairs and the Florida showcase their own special talents.No t. of long sheets of newsprint )Starke has redoubled its effort to dean of development for SFCC, who
Rally. Arts Council is patterned after the \ and will allow youngsters under 12 to nake the city look its best for the thought an art festival, patterned
Saturday, Oct. 11, 5:30: p.m., annual Spring Arts Festival in festival would be complete ', go in and "...do their thing." There 'estival. after the one the SFCC Endowment
Union County Recreation Complex, Gainesville. It will\ have many of the without food and the First Annual will even be a mini-art store called Corp. has sponsored for SFCC in
SK-121,2mi. soutyh of Lake Butler same artists, and represents the Starke Festival of the Arts will not The Childrens' Emporium for those Local youths are also pitching in. Gainesville for the past 20 years }
Featured speaker, Gov. Bob truest form of community Involve- be out-done. Local service clubs and collectors under 12 years old. This The Girl Scouts and Bradford High would be nice event for the new
Graham. ment. other community groups will be set store will nffpr children the oppor groups will\ be decorating vacant SFCC Starke Center to have. c

Masonic Dinner...

'. All Master Masons and their k $1rr rhf

families are invited to a 6:30 p.m. y,7.. A Silcox t
.;' dinner, Saturday Oct. 11, at the
., Lodge Hall at West Call Street and
bs: Orange Streets. +

-:'. Cystic Fibrosis... %f Elected

Edna Allen and co-workers have
set a Walk/Bike-A-Thon for Cystic
Fibrosis this Saturday, Oct. 11, at rkU
will be k h ,
8 a.m. Starting point w
., Recreational Center. r ,1
Lawtey + 1 t
If interested in donating and/or r rp. MayorVeteran

participating, contact Ms. Allen at w Rat i A.,4 ;
782-3032( between 3:30-10: p.m. i1
Commissioner Vernon r

,: Class of '77... Silcox was elected mayor of the city
Tuesday, October 7, to succeed out.going t
'e::';'I, The planning committee for the + v it r 'y tI 1 mayor Charles Schaefer.
ij" >I class reunion of the BUS Class of Commissioner Silcox, who next t
''''1" 1977 is set to meet at 7:30: p.m. year will complete 16 years on the
Tuesday, Oct. 14, in the Board council has served several terms as
Room of the SFCC Starke Center mayor. His last term as mayor was ,
Everyone: is welcome to attend. n d Jl + rT two consecutive. years HI-82? and
Clasp: members are urged to at- 8283.
; tend. The five members of the city council
1 it elect one of their number to be
: .,' AAIIP... mayor and one to be vice-mayor, for

F According to Chairman Ben one year terms. Commissioner
.;", 1 Travis Wood elected to the
I HoKzendnrr, the Bradford AARP was vice-

,, :.:::1 Chapter will meet Oct. 16 at 1 p.m. mayor seat.
_' in the Senior Citizen's Center Prior to the reorganization of the

';ry .. : (behind the courthouse). "- n At city council, three members whose
.;. I Volunteers are needed for the } terms expired and were re-elected to
"'" numerous civic programs proposed .r." p the council, were sworn in by city attorney
I and sponsored by the local AARPChapter. rd y Terence Brown. The three re-
' 'F i t elected members of the council are
) __ Travis Wood Bobby Biggs and Jim-

- wa Youth Arts... my Crosby Commissioners Silcox

. and Schaefer are up for election next
'" invited to
Local young people are year.
Iysi, display their arts and crafts in the
youth section of the Santa Fe Community
'4A College Starke Festival of Y

the Arts set Sat. and Sun., Oct. "'.
18.19. Entry free to anyone through ..
seniors in high school. Ribbons to ..
be awarded to all participants. Art >

work and crafts projects must be Clean-Up Campaign Under Way for Arts FestivalThe ... hi'
taken to the Arts Festival office ,
(Kendall Telephone bldg.) in city is sprucing up for the upcoming Oct 18-19 Starke Festival of before the festival.
a downtown Starke by Thursday Oct. the Arts. Active leaders in the campaign are Mrs. Marjorie Thomson of the
16. in order to be exhibited. For additional The City Commission has proclaimed the a Clean-up. Fix-up campaign Woman's Club and Mayor Charles Schaefer. The mayor is calling various
.y information, call the SFCC which has a week to run. Under the auspices of the Highway Bcnutifica- businesses to get them to spruce up unsightly spots.
Starke Festival of the Arts Office ion Committee of the Chamber of Commerce the city Is mowing lots and !Mrs. Thomson says a lot has already been done. "I'm thrilled with what
at 964-7554 or Bobbie Sue O'Brianat cleaning up streets. Businesses and homes have been asked to spruce up has been done," she says.
964-7717 (evenings). for the festival. Realtors have been asked to clean up the property they The DOT has cleaned ditches on US-30Isouth. Shubbery is being spruced -
have for sale.Groups up at Bradford Square. And 'PA Eddie Douglas is clearing weed from A. r
Art Festival... under the direction of Mrs. Lila Rue Yawn of SFCC includingGirl Inside the fence around the privately owned buildings facing Edwards r
Scouts, BUS art students and other organizations, are set to paint Koad. ,
Saturday-Sunday, Oct. 1819. scenes on the windows of vacant stores with water colors next week 1r
Arts crafts, and entertainment in

Call Street commercial district. a
Volunteers to operate the festivalare

still needed. To sign up, phone
Debbie Connaughton, 9645326. Graham to Speak at 4-County Rally

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. Democrats of four counties Bradford Baker Union and Columbia, will include Sen. Frank Mann,candidate tor Lieutenant-Governor; Insurance 4
The retirement dinner honoringL.M. gather Saturday Oct. 11, in a pre-electionshow of unity to be attended by Commissioner/Treasurer Bill Gunter; Bob Butterworth nominee for Attorney Vernon Silcox
Gaines set tonight (Thursday Gov. Bob Graham and other Democratic nominees. General; Doyle Conner Commissioner of Agriculture; Wayne Stork
' Oct. 9)) has been cancelled. It will Barbecued chicken prepared by retired Union County Sheriff John Hollingsworth, candidate for state senator; Bill Grant unopposed can- N.w Mayor

t be rescheduled later. Whitehead will be served at the Lake Butler-Union County Recreation didate for U.S. Congress; and Susan Weigle candidate for State House in Bad Debts...

Turkey Shoot, Keystone Airport Complex on SR-121 two miles south of Lake Butler beginning at 5:30 District 21.Bradford. Commissioner Shaefer reported U
Oct. 11. Las
10 a.m. until, Saturday
Vagas Night, Oct. 11, North 21, p.m.Hal Y. Maines, Lake Butler attorney and chairman of the event, said County Sheriff Dolph Reddish, who was among 20 north the board that the city experienced for the i
loss of $38,616.52
Club beside NAPA Store. Proceedswill Florida sheriffs endorsing Graham this week,will organize a motorcade bad debt
this will be the first time that four county Democratic Executive Committees
t go to the American Veteran have joined together in sponsoring a rally. "We're making history" forming on W. Madison Street (SR-100)) from Orange Street to the city fiscal year just ended, and requested
Association (AMVETS), also the he said "and expect a record-breaking crowd." limits. Cars should be in place in time to leave by 5 p.m. Saturday for the approval City Clerk to write Neil Tucker off the advised loss. thE

sponsor. Resides Graham, Democratic nominees committed to attend the rally rally site. council that the amount is essentially -
monthly meeting
The regular
off last
the same as was
Brooker is
Commission of
the City
and would have been $10,000

t;;: set city The al hall.7:30:regular p.m.monthly Tuesday meeting Oct. 14,of in Addresses Needed for All Former BHS GradsIn Store.the less year closing except There for of is the some Rawson's loss expectation sustained Grocery by of

Commission of Hampton Is
the City
set at 7 p.m. Tuesday Oct. 14, in city order that all living graduates of Bradford High School can be Reunion Rally... recovering the courts Rawson distribute debt fundsto when
hall. held October Alumni Saturday morning October 25,the day will begin with a reunion rally bankruptcy
notified about the BUS reunion to be 24 and 25, the creditors of record.
The regular monthly meeting of Association is requesting names and addresses of former at the BHS library at 9 a.m., with several class reunions scheduledfor

the Bradford School Board is set at graduates.The the afternoon. Downtown Grant...
7 p.m. Monday Oct. 20. association would like for each class to send the information as administrator
The third Tuesday meeting of BUS Festival... Linda Day project I
quickly as possible in order than invitations may be mailed.If .
commercial revitalization
the City Commission of Starke is you know where information is available on your class members Be sure to attend the BHS festival, following the parade. It will be for the
for downtown Starke sought
set at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday Oct. 21. call the Alumni Association at the Bradford High school, ph. 964-6092. held behind the high school building, starting at 2 p.m. Jimmy Bowen grant advertise for
The general meeting of the Festivities will begin with a breakfast Friday morning at 7:30: and will demonstrate his expertise in making and serving his famous chili, approval to aid to in the purchase an of land appraiser
Bradford-Union Board of Realtorsis continue throughout the day followed by the homecoming football with or without hot dogs. The association will use profits for high The council
set at 8 Tuesday, Oct 21, in and services. Fun booths will be operated by some for off-street parking.
p.m. game Friday night. Kick-off is at 8 p.m., with Bishop Kenny providingthe school materials concurred and passed the motion to
the Bradford Family Restaurant, opposition. classes as fund raisers for their needs.
according to Cecelia Terwillegar Come meet old friends and join in reminiscing about the good old place the advised ads. the council that the
president. Dedication... time is guaranteed.All .
days. A good
of 1963 and 1964 core and friends of BHS are invited target date for release of grant funds
The Classes students faculty
A dedication is Oct. of the graduates,
special set at noon Friday 24, in front Alumni is Novermber 4.
classes of the 60'sto formed BHS
dially invite ALL high. to the reunion planned by the newly

attend the "Get-Together" after The Starke Woman's Club has donated to the Alumni Association thecornet'litone Association chaired by Ms. Linda Hildebran.The Minors Playing Pool...
the BUS homecoming football BHS library will be open for visiting and sharing memories with
that represents the first high school in Starke, which was
Club Hildebran. who has Frank Young owner of an amuse ,
game at the Starke Country ', located in a two-story building at the corner of North Walnut and Jefferson former classmates and friends, says Ms. Anyone ment center named"The Dungeon"
Oct. 24, 10 p.m. untilAll local 63. Streets present site of the Woman's Club. items of interest to place on exhibit is asked to bring them along.
from the
and '64 graduates are encouraged The Alumni Association has also located the cornerstone of the These items will be carefully guarded and will be returned says Ms. Tenneco located across Service the Station street on Temple

to bring their favorite hors former "C" of Bradford which located N. Temple Hildebran.The .
Building High was on Avenue appealed to the council to
also annual, an update ,
d'oeuvres. Ave. on the site of the present high school, and was built In 1914. association is preparing a paperback pi rescind 1953 law which prohibits
The annual dinner meeting of the BHS "B" Book of 1937 in which the name of every BHS graduatewill a
These two cornerstones will be place in front of the present high
minors from present in areas
Club is set Fri school and interesting
DuPont 25-Year with the history of the many
the be listed along -
school as their final resting place. Make plans to be at this special :;_ Page 3A
day. Oct. 31, at 6 p.m. Letters will\ dedication. There will also Be special guests. items about the Bradford school system, past and present.
be mailed soon regarding details.

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Puke 2A TELEGRAPII October 9.1988 .. _

Industry Fund Drive Tops r 4,00Steadily I

gaining momentum, the campaign was made because more gifts are reail/. "! +Ifdhtd.. self-. ..
G $300,000 fund drive of the BradfordCounty business and professional people interest"
Economic Development who were not thoroughly aware of
Campaign (BCEDC) has swept comfortably the need to expand the community's
r past the$200,000 mark,with economy, are now grasping the role
more to come. the BCEDC will play in bring new II
New contributions to tne rapidly manufacturing industry and new
growing total, since last week's prosperity to Starke."It .
report, include: Davis, Monk, Farn- takes money to make money," 1 ,
sworthandCo., CPA; Denmark Fur- Tomlinson says, "and the money 1
i. J N 1 wJf niture; attorney Dudley Hardy; Irv- raised in our current capital cam-
I, ing Clark, Jr., Koch's Drug Store; paign will finance the work of the hb.I
Noegels Auto Sales; Patrick B. BCEDC for some three years of
Welch &Associations, Inc., and Son- 'targetting, attracting, and bring-
NI nys Bar-B-Q of Starke.In ing' new payrolls here to Starke.
+! F + view of the swelling financial "No community can stand still,"
support, it has been decided to ex- Tomlinson states. "It must either
tend the campaign's solicitation take necessary steps to grow, or it
period to enable personal ap- will remain stagnant and shrink." .I
proaches to be made to additional Tomlinson also said that while
contributors. contributions to the BCEDC Cam
r rp Campaign Chairman J.E. Tomlin- paign fere tax deductible, gifts are r
I ., son savs the decision to extend the not "charity. He said that. such a I .

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Doyle Conner Makes Bradford Stop..,, '

Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner, a Brad- Lodge last Thursday, Oct. 2. i.jJ
lord County native facing Republican opposition in the Pictured are (from left) Starke Mayor Charles
November'; ,I General Election, greeted city and county Schaefer, Commissioner Conner, City Clerk Neil ,
officials and other old friends at a coffee sponsored by Tucker, DEC Chairman Terry Brown, and Chamber of To:Friends ofDavid
the Democratic Executive Committee at the Econo- Commerce Executive Director Jack Etkdahl 0WEAGEL Thomas fussed

Thank you for all the prayers, care,
concern and consideration given to us In
I your expressions of love In remem- t
Worth NotingSquare brance of our son.Even though David'slife
was short, he gave us so much joy I
and has left us so much through his I
although they have found several room, or HE Principal Mary Ann
Dance... talents and the friends he shared. He
Kyle, phone 4681212. These instruments
members whose addresses weren't -
loved life and people, theatre, nature, i
Each Tuesday 8 p.m., Kingsley known, for an upcoming class reunion will be furnished to
music, education and books and he had I
children who cannot afford to
I Lake Civic Center. Plus level. I
Mainstream dance, first Saturday All graduates of classes 1940-1949 instrument themselves, Ball so many dreams for'the future. His
of each month, same place, 7 are invited by the BHS Class of says. tragic death has left us devastated,but
p m workshop, 8 p.m mainstream 1941 to a Dutch Treat luncheon the memory of the life he led is comfor-
dance beginning at I 1:30: p.m. Oct 25 at Seminole Boosters... I ting especially knowing that he touched
If interested in square dance the Western Steer Steakhouse. The Bradford-Union Seminole II and was touched by so many people.
call 964-7955 form
cssons, please Boosters are scheduled to meet at 7 Family of
ire information For reservations, call Louise p.m. next Thursday, Oct. 16, at I avid Fussell
Stern 964-5614, Dorothy Alvarez
the Western Steer Steak-house in .
Community Band... 964-8194, anytime or Novis Ward Starke. .
964-7454 after 6 - -- --
Bradford p.m C.W. "Hootie" Ingram, athletic --- e -e e e e e a e i S e -- -- -
f nthnCommunity Band, directed director for Florida State University r SOLID OAK ,4
The BHS Class of 1941 still needs will be featured The Ole Trunk "
1\) Jim Peronto, is looking for more guest speaker. I REPRODUCTIONS
uembers addresses and phone; numbers for: Ul interested persons are invited to ANTIQUE .. 4
Warren Frederick, Troy Loadholtz, attend. & Gift '. : :,J' II jI
(lass meets at 7:30: p.m. each I Antique Shoppe ''",' ,"iLf.iii. '. ..
Hazel Smith. Please contact C. .
"''uiiday hool band in the room.Bradford 35 members Middle are Keen, Rt. 1, Box 643, Starke, FL Lawtey Bike-A-Thon... I 310 E. Call Street Downtown Starke ,,;, ,::"b.-tr1,...; ; .:;t i
". 's'
32091, phone 904/533-2652 if you : f..,. I II
''on the role so far and more are i ;
An October 18 Bike-A-Thon is set
have information about these Christmas
any Shop Open
0'elcome Call the Vo-Tech Center, in Lawtey by City Clerk Alphonso I I
phone 964-6150, for more informa-
Anderson and co-workers to raise
icn HE Band Forming... money for St.Judes Children's I Trunk Restoration Our Specialty f k
It doesn't matter if you haven'tplay.'d Research Hospital.
in 20 years, come anyway, Hampton Elementary is in needof The Bike-A-Thon is set to start at 4 Place Orders Now for Christmas ',I, .
.,i\s Director Peronto. Members so band instruments for an elemen- 8 a.m. Oct. 18 at the Lawtey
',u' are high school grads from the tary band program that is being Recreation Center. In case of rain, Antiques & Gifts i for All Occasions :.r' t i
'us. 6CK, 70s and 80s formed says Band Director Buddy the Bike-A-Thon will be reset for .. ,
Ball. f
A Class of '41 Invite... If you own a used instrument Oct 25.This is to help children live I Furniture Refinished & Repaired .',
you'd like to sell, contact Mr. Ball, throughout the world Clerk :t
The BHS Class of 1941 is still says -- ,, !
looking/ for three members phone 964-5349 at the BHS banri Anderson. ( OPEN Mon.-Sat. 10-5 Sun. 2-5 it ..q ''t'4
Hutches Rockers Bedroom
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I.: "'''''-'liV'M' I 964-8012 (
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Bishop is New Pro at Country Club

L5i ei. tlr
} ; t Businessman Bish
Bishop operate the local Sears catalog
Contributions. .
has been hired to manage the Starke store.
ra Golf and Country Club,.following the Bish agreed to manage the golf fTvipiwAmmiti *o badly needed -
1 dismissal of long-time golf pro Herb. club until the end of December,1986, lor bo IUIIK, were possiDle only by
7 r. -may : Herres. at which time he and the board of the contribution of Aubrey
Bishop, a native Starke, is a low directors will review the agreementand McWilliams, a local resident and
handicapper, who continues to be a member of the club. Mac sent in
ixw :.r, threat any time he tees up a ball. He decide to contiune, or make a men and equipment, for several
is a former club champion and change. days, and did the work gratis.
former pro. He played the Florida Anonymous contributions were
mini-tours several years ago, and Improvements made... made by others.
was employed as as a golf pro by Bish moved immediately to
Willow Lakes Golf Club and renovate the pro-shop, removingpart Two board members have worked
Keystone Heights Golf Club. He of a partition and rearranging diligently to improved the physical
later regained his amateur status, the fixtures. It appears to have plant. Ben Moxley, a long-time
and has no plans to change. created additional space on both director and volunteer worker continues
Bish, as he is called by his friends sides of the counter, and allows a to contribute time to the club.
and his! wife. Wanda, own and_ single clerk better to serve the pro- Merritt Williams, elected to the
shop and the snack bar. The building board of directors this year, spends
is now being painted, inside and out. time on the course almost daily,
MartinezTo The dry weather has provided an reviewing the needs, and lends a
opportunity to repair and construct hand to whatever requires attention.
drains. The two worst areas, bet
ween no. 1 green and no. 18 tee, andno. Starke Golf and Country Club is
f 3 green and no. 4 tee, have been
not without
., Visit drained problems, however. It
eyj eliminating standing has lost money eight of the past 10
r water, except when Alligator Creek
years,and has remained operationalonly
overflows and floods all low lying by the sale of timber, and Ion
areas. Other drains have been cleaned acres of land. Membership remains
Here Oct. 18
-4 and new swales constructed. stable at 250.

Blue Marks Spot... Republican gubernatorial can-

Blue reflector markers in the center of the street in safety with students and firefighters are installing the didate Bob Martinez is scheduled to
Starke now marks a fire hydrant on the right or left, according blue reflectors throughout the community. visit Oct. 18 from 11-11:45: a.m. in the or Johns Variety Store
to paramedic firefighters Rusty Barrette and The reflectors are really for the fire department In Econo-Lodge on N. Temple Ave. in o "
Ilex Siemer. order for them to more readily identify where fire Starke. 301 North in Lawtey Next to Lawtey Satellite
October 5-11 is Fire Prevention Week. Locally hydrants are located said Barrette. lie's right they do The visit to the Econo-Lodge is a
firefighters are appearing in schools to talk on rtr. show up... $100 per person reception,accordingto Come By and Browser
B.C. Holtzendorf, chairman of the
Bradford We Have Plenty of Used Clothing
County Republican Party
Committee.The for the whole family!
t visit is part of a tour of N-FL
Silcox Elected Mayor by Martinez, the former mayor of fl' Costume Jewelry 6 Pc. Dinette Set .

Tampa. China Closet, table w/4 chairs
From 11:45: a.m. until 12:15: p.m. Other Misc. Items
(frontpage IA), the next regular meeting. the change in structure, and at. Martinez will visit the Starke BM $900.( SALE $wg.
in wmcn: pool tables are located. torney Brown concurred. The council Festival-of-the-Arts on downtownCall Open 10.3 Closed Sunday & Monday
Young stated that his center has Quit Claim Deed... passed the resolution as requested Street.At .
five video games, and five pool Martinez is scheduled
Tom Andrews met with the councilto 12:15: to
tables, which are useless under the
request the city to give him a quit leave for a fund raiser in Macclenny.
present law. Chief of Police Jimmy
claim deed to a strip of property bet Free Offer...
Bowen in behalf
spoke Young's sup- Republican Club...
street and the Winn-
porting a change in the law. ween orange Al Crosby told the council that he
Dixie Market Place. The city came had received the The Bradford County RepublicanClub
However, Bowen and Young could an appointment to CITY OF LAWTEY
not agree on the issue of adults and into possession of the strip of land by Steering Committee for the Santa Fe is set to meet at 7 p.m. Tues-
minors playing together. way of a quit claim deed rendered by Community College for government day, Oct. 14, at Republic Head-
T.C. Hazen. Surveyor Pat Welch then in- quarters at 722 W. Madison St. in
There followed a long discussion, agency training. Crosby ELECTION 1986
in which Young pointed out that supported Andrews in his claim, troduced Lewis Kalivota,as directorof Starke.
stating that the original transactionwas to be discussed the
adults the Kalivota told the Topics :
young age 18 to 21, cannot go program.
into bars, by state statute, and if a mistake. The strip is approx- council that SFCC had received a political rally, the visit of gubernatorial -
imately 100 ft. long and 2 ft. to 12 ft. $40,000 this and candidate Bob Martinez to
barred from his amusement center, grant year, a com-
wide.The council voted to render the mittment of for the Starke art festival, and appoint-
they would have no place in Starketo $60,000 next year to
spend evenings and spare time quit claim deed as requested. provide training for governmentalagency ment of a Nominating Committeefor ELECTION DAY

Chief Bowen was not convinced that Bradford Video... employees, at no cost to the the county Republican Committee
14 year olds should be allowed to mix political agency. The program will officers.
and mingle with 21 year olds. Chief Paul Hoffman, representing Brad- be designed to provide training in Democrats for Martinez are urgedto December 2, 1986
Bowen, however, told the council ford Video made a courtesy requestof any areas in which employees are attend, says Republican Committee -
that he would monitor the situation, the council to approve a resolutionto deficient, and presented at times Chairman B.C. Holtendorf.HaukiiisIJiisli .
regardless of the terms of any proposed transfer ownership of Bradford convenient for them to attend.
ordinance. Video from a corporation to a part- Mayor Silcox expressed an interestin Visit... SLATE OF OFFICERS
Mayor Silcox appointed attorney nership, in anticipation to the new the program and requested fur Free tickets are available for the
Brown, commissioner Woods and tax law.Mayor ther information as the program reception of Sen. Paula Hawkins and 2 Councilmen, Group II and Group IV
Chief Bowen to write a proposed or- Silcox explained that the developed. Kalivota agreed to keep Vice-President George Bush to a
dinance to present to the council at council had no authority to prohibit in touch. 10:30: a.m. reception tomorrow (Friday t
0 .. Oct. 10) at the Jacksonville International *

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Holtzendorf tickets, phone
I Boosters Welcome FSU Athletic Director i 964-7961.. Oct. 13
Noon, Oct. 17, 1986

The. Bradford-Union Seminole coaching stops at Viriginia Tech, During his eight-year tenure with JANET'S SECRETARIAL
Boosters Club welcomes Florida Georgia and Arkansas before accep- the conference, his duties included SERVICE
State University Athletic Director ting the head coach's job at Clemsonin supervision of football and basket- Complete business BOOKS CLOSE
C.W. "Hootie" Ingram to the 1970, the only collegiate head ball officials rules interpretationsand Payroll &lox forms bookkeeping
Western Steer in Starke Thursday prepared
October 16 to speak on the Seminole coaching job he held. Three years eligibility. After live years as Student papers Resumes professionally prepared typed October 31 1986 at 5:00: P.M.

sports program. after taking the position, Ingram left assistant commissioner, he was 963-87S/
The meeting will be held in a Clemson to join the SEC as assistant named associate commissioner in
reserved spot in the Western Steer commissioner 1978.I71'EIGEL.
and the public and potential I

members are invited. _"n.,," *' ,...,,_...., .. -...., _. .. _, .., ., -
Cecil Ingram/ known to his friends
and associates simply as "Hootie,"
has headed Florida State's athletic
department for the past six years.
He came to FSU in January of 19H1!
after eight years with thr
Southeastern Conference. TOTE
Upon arriving in Tallahassee, In- m
gram initiated a $10 million dollar
Building program for athletic
facilities. Moore Athletic Center,
which houses administrative,
coaching and ticket personnel, was 4iiij
planned, built and completed under : {
Ingram's leadership. Fully equippedwith ;,. .
locker rooms, weight rooms, a .
gymnasium and cafeteria, the com- ; :
plex is home of the Seminole football rtIIIIQ' 1s
and basketball teams, as well as the _

entire men's athletic program. 1 1
Seminole Baseball Stadium, se- .
cond to none in the South, was com- Representative
pleted during Ingram's second year '
at FSU. ;DfWiM''nN01O
For the past year, Ingram has r
served on the prestigious NCAA' > iry
council. In addition, he is a memberof
the College Football AssociationCFA
( ) Television Committee, chair-
man of the NCAA Nominating Com- I
mittee and chairman of the Major. ,

Independents. . ". A
U' '
A native of Tuscaloosa, Ala., In- _
gram played football for the
hometown Crimson Tide from 1951 'N'O'TICE' TO ,
to 1954. He was named all-SEC as a
sophomore when he led the nation in
I pass interceptions. He'' was a MOBILE HOMEOWNERS ,
i member of both the 1953 Orange and
: 1954 Cotton Bowl squads, and also
I lettered for the Alabama baseball
team as an infielder.
After graduation and an Army .
began his coaching li -_
stint, Ingram -
career in 1956 as an assistant football Mobile II
coach at Bradenton (Fla.) ..Flot'tda.1Law requires that _

,I Manatee High School. The next Hom ff- have a current decal or either be _
head coach aUt -
i year, he became
I Tuscaloosa Brookwood High School. f< '':assessed on the Tax Roll.

for Ingram three years.moved into ,the college "n "Our new insulation supports my puttering

coaching arena in 1960 as an,assistant Your Mobile Home Decals are due by I
and then
at Wake Forest.,He also.made some.

., January 31st of each year.If The surprising thing is that FPL paid for part of it'

I THI BRADFORD THIORMH you do not have a 1987 decal on your Not surprising at all.FPL is encouraging everybody to We'll send out an energy specialist to advise you I

J COUNTY Mobile Home are delinquent. manage their energy efficiently because lowering peak on how much insulation you need.We'll even pay for
: Published every Thursdayat you energy demand delays the need for new power plants part of the work.
I 135 W. Call Street I an expense everyone must share. To find out how to qualify for this incentive and

Starke Florida 32091 Decal the front By insulating your ceiling or adding to your to get more information on energy management, .
Please display your on
; at existing insulation,you'll use less air conditioning. call our 24-hour tell free number ',..
Second Class postage Florida paid window so the Inspector can see It. And you'll lower your bills as you lower your demand 18008217700. ,,.\
I electricity. r1
Subscription Rates ,,
In-tr.de area $12.00 per year .Thank you, "

$7.00 six months I Esther Hall F=pli[ ,

Outside area $13 per year Tax Collector

$1.50 six months FLORIDA POWER 8 LIGHT COMPANY r

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1 Alumni Reunion Oct. 24-25 Recoils When Teaching Was in Private Homes 1 ',


With the BUS Alumni Association's 90th incorporators: L.C. Hull, John Hall, C.L. ing basic, with small groups of pupils at- unexcelled. Both mentally and morally his
Anniversary of the first graduating class Peek, and W.M. Wills. tending "classes" In the homes of several 0i lttttka: Institute pupils show the Impress 6f the hand of a

rapidly approaching (Oct. 24.25)).It is appropriate The next day, Feb. 1:1, 1883. Orange College educated ladies of the town who did the StarkFlorida. genius in this his chosen profession.
to recall some interesting facts a school established by'ProfessorG best job they could with what little equip- Wherever Professor Looney has taught,
the role of education in Bradford G.P. Young, in connection with the Starke ment they had to work with. -r.ltabtllhed In IQ'T he Is tremely popular rising in
County. Christian Church, was also chartered with Then, in 1877 the first real school- character above every kind of narrow prejudice -
Two well-known "institutions of learn- the following incorporators: G.P. Young which was actually a private school, since FAMTciui oiwnmm\ lIxrAmt dlA' social, political, religious or other-
ing" wprp bartered' in Starke 103 years O.L. Alvarez, J.J Cone, T.W. Sweat, ana students paid tuition for each coursewas lu HKPTKMHHIir 1BIK, COUlllluIllir. four
ago. One, the Starke Institute (sometimes : J.M. Johns. established in a two-story building, com- cliolimtltt month wise.We can assure everyone desiring to
4 plete with bell tower, that stood on the cor- Sriu.NuTKUuopfiiuoii Oriit called the Starke Male and Female Institute until the late 1870s there were no educate their children
Uppubh JANUARY, 1880.! couUtmlng .lx Mbul ..ttii
ner where the Starke Woman's Club is *
) was incorporated Feh 26, 1883 schools, as such in Starke. Educa- situated In a beautiful and attractive
with the following community leaders located now. Since Starke did not have a noted for its healthfulness (there
as tion of children was more or less on a tutor.U -_ iiiuntliaSTUDIES locality
newspaper at that time it is not known : : having been period of seven years withan

.. q .. .... .... . .. .. .... ,. .. ....c. ... ".. ., .. '" who had the building built and how it was Spelling, average daily attendance in our public
H' .. ."" .. .... .,0," ..,e ,, '' ', ," financed-probably by public subscription., Hug. G riinmwr, 'DechiinsllonAridisuelle, schools of 300, In which there was not a
I : 'If :0 The first issue of The Telegraph, which Aluvbru, Qiomrtry, Surveying.. single death). The citizens of Starke are
.E I ,1 ,.D'.I'm.I \ o'iRllrI'A'' .,4 tS'' began publishing in July 1879, carried an Trigonometry, History, Lutln moral and law abiding, a church-going
; ; ; : ," : :, .,' ._I announcement of the Fall Term of the Natural Scluncc, Greek, IlLulorlo, people, having congregations of various
''I .. .. .._.. ....\, .,." ,, ... ... .(4".1 Starke "on the first PuomnntiUlp, ExuixUo: In CouiuuuiUou, denominations, with neat church
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,. .. .' '. ". .. .- / Monday in September 1879, and continuingfor Original ComiMMlUijii.Terms buildings. Society is good, consisting of
four scholastic months." The ad was -- people from every section of the Union.

signed by C.L. Peek, who Is believed to of Tuition : Although offering the highest educa-
U.S. 301 Could Bring have been the first principal of the school.He FIIUT GUAI, IXT quarter of tea tional advantages, this is the most
was one of the early leaders of Starke, week,.. ..0 *8.75 economical school in the state, of the same
later engaged in the real estate businessand SKCOND OIIAUK, peequirteratLn grade.

Steady Flow of Tourist DollarsThe was other most often development referred enterprises to by the,com-and Tuutu wt.'tktl.UHAUK; .JlC.'r qunrur of ten n.oo The faculty will be complete, giving not

plimentary title of Col. Comer Peek. weekly. .. .. o.OO. only a comprehensive collegiate course,
but special attention will be given to such

current issue of the Starke- payroll income; a gain of 47 new jobs; Both schools, the Starke Institute and IiiAtrurllon thorough-o-anti nv tciniitlc.Ppvciiil industrial studies as typewriting,
Orange College, were well respected for telegraphy, phonography, music, vocal
Intiiiliij fur lni.-lni'KK llfu n* well 1
Bradford County Chamber of Com- an additional $106,000 in state and local the quality of their education, and at- tti 14 in (hi! blrht'r'ancl; rtftniiiff itri>ai-tii merce NEWS points out a potential tax revenueenough to support 45 tracted students from a wide area, some of ixlucntlon.Stitrko! The fall session will embrace October..
source of revenue for our local mer- school students; an increase in popula- whom would come to Starke and board U rttumrkiiblv. for Its 1IMIf/1/uJ. November, and December; the spring session -
tion of 119 44 households and six with local families during the school term. HIM, and
chants which should be obvious to all, ; new ; January, February, March, April
Orange College was started in 1881, four DoHixl cnn |tip" uhtuliutl on reuaaeb4
but is often overlooked by those who new businesses. years after Starke Institute, but neither ttnn. May.

could benefit most. Certainly Starke should be able to at- school was Incorporated until 1883. For further particulars. IItMnJIIlt Primary class, up to 4th Reader, per

The old story of "Acres of Diamonds"tells tract at least 100 tourists out of the Bradford County High School, under the C. L. l'EEl' mo1.00

about a man who looked all over thousands that pass through here dailyon name it still bears today, came into being P v I...T :I1)1 of four e<>rllin.EBTlia M>|mouth Intermediate class, arithmetic, gram-
the world for riches and finally returned U.S. 301. We are extremely fortunatenot some time before 1891, as a public school, |HI>* UN U .'"hll,* tld,1 ffCO
home to find them right in his own back to have felt the effect Interstate tions.succeeding the two earlier private Institu- IllIgI'' 1.V Common School Course3.00

yard. This fable also applies to Starke Highways that have drawn traffic away Its opening was announced in the following Collegiate: Algebra, Science Language,
and U.S. 301, which could be an unending from many towns and cities they have article from the March 6, 1891 issue of Higher Mathematics, etc400.
source of tourist dollars if properly bypassed. The Interstates are not near The Telegraph: been remodeled throughout in such man- Board in excellent families at $10 to $12

promoted. enough to compete with 301 which is stilla BRADFORD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL ner as to make them both commodious and per month.
elegant In style, with to
an eye conve-
major thoroughfare, cutting diagonally STAHKK. FLORIDA For any additional Information addressthe
In an article headed "Tourism BringsBenefits" nience and comfort especially.
Principal, Prof. Geo. C. Looney or J.
SESSION OF 1890-91
across the state in a path not
the Chamber NEWS points They have had the Institution incor- Chas. Richard, Secretary.Hon. .
out that 301 is a major transportationroute duplicated by any other highway. The The above School has been purchasedand porated and have succeeded in securing JL. Gaskins President Starke,
for thousands of tourists every 301 traffic count continues to increase is now controlled by a Company con- the service of Professor G.C. Looney, the Fla. ;

day of the year. "Many travelers are despite the Interstates, and best of all, it sisting of the business and professionalmen famous southern scholar and educator to AAA
through the heart of Starkenot of the town of Stai'ke who have the in- take charge of the school.
avoiding the of 1-75
monotony driving on
the outskirts. clination, the ability, and the means of We know Professor Looney as a pro- More interesting facts about our early
and 1-95 so they can see more of making it the most practical and thorough found scholar and as a teacher of the schools will be published in next week's

Florida's towns cities and After the $575,000 downtown improve- School in the State. The buildings have highest grade. As a disciplinarian he is Telegraph
countryside the NEWS out.
points ment program is completed, and if the
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Transportation traffic count, over 24,000 tinue to improve their buildings, utiliz-

vehicles pass through Bradford Countyon ing the historic theme which is so appealing : YEARS AT B.11.S.1896.1986"
Highway 301 daily." Not all of them to shoppers these days, we ''at sponsored by 1

are tourists of course, "but we know a could easily induce 100 or more touriststo \U B.II.S. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 88 6

large percentage of this count consistsof stop and look us over, and possibly October 2-t, 1986 FridayBreaklast

out-of-state travelers and visitors," spend a few dollars if we offer them

the Chamber reminds us. And each one restaurants, antique shops, and novelty You", B.U.S. Teachers 7:30.8:10: : ju & 5:00: p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
of these is a potential customer if some shops that look appealing. "We Appreciate Get Together" Classes of the 20's and 30's American Legion

way is found to induce them to stop in Starke has already worked wondersin a Exhibit.m. High School Library 9:00: a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Hall Football 8:00: game p.m.-till 8:I--00 I

Starke. this direction during the past year Dedication in front of high sC"hool12:00: noon "Get Together" p.m.of 963, 1964. 1965- Starke Country Club

The Chamber quotes the following and the opportunites are greater now B.H.S..1"lI\t.ival-: p.m. drinks, booths back' of high school) 2:00 10:00, p,m. (,after game) till-ni, >j JJJPU' ..0 J :. "m'. i i.i i. .. ,

from the New England Business Journals than ever before. i". : .. '.'.', .. '\tI.."" ....,.. October' r 25. Saturday'e1: ,. I" -"ti' ..1/"',
Woman's Club teachers'2:00 r
retired :
1 'b Open House -'honoring
Why waste time looking for dollars in to 4:00: p.m. Woman's Club. Reunion Rally 9:00 a,m. to 11:00 a.m. high school library
If a town or city can attract 100 addi- p.m
new and greener pastures? Santa Fe Community College Open House 12:00: p.m. to 4:00: Exhibit 9:00 a.m. to 12:00: p.m. high school library
tional tourists a day for a year, it can Luncheon-American Legion Hall classes of 20's and 30's 10'00a :
realize an additional $1.9 million in Our "Acres of Diamonds" is right pin Fish Fry Class of 1941 Kingsley Lake Civic Center 4:00: to .m. to 2:00: p.m.
business receipts; a $507,000 increase in here nowon U.S. 301. Luncheon Western Steer Classes of all the 1940's1:30: p.m. to
D'inneVradford Family Restaurant Classes of the 20's and 5:00: p.m.MMV .

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I Get Rid of Toxic Materials LM. Gaines'Long/ Service

Durina Amnesty, Days, Given Recognition OW' County Agent's Notebook 8y Bobby TaylorA -

Residents of several North Florida Ironically, one week! after his retire-
counties, including Bradford, will havea ment as Planning and Zoning Directorof soil test could spell the difference bet- Soil Testing Is Beneficial ,Just one key to success. You also must
ween success and failure for a vegetable choose the proper crop varieties, buy good
welcome opportunity to clear their Bradford County, and six days garden, lawn, ornamentals or fruit trees. tions concerning the amount of lime to seed plant at the right time,water properly -
premises of those left-over nuisances before he would have been honored by Many gardeners assume an application of add. Too much may be just as bad as too and control pest and.diseases.In .
such as old motor oil, remnants of paint, the County and City Boards of Com- fertilizer and a helping of lime is just what little. And, be sure you apply the lime well review, a soil test will indicate the
pesticides and other hazardous missioners at an appreciation and the doctor ordered for a bountiful harvest. in advance of planting time. Dolomite is a relative amounts of nitrogen, phosphorus,
materials during State-sponsored retirement banquet, L.M. Gaines pass- But, all too often, those steps lead to trou- good liming agent. But, because it reacts potassium, calcium and magnesium in
ble and expense. A soil test is be added at least monthto
unnecessary slowly, it should a your garden plot, as well as the pH level.
Amnesty Days this month. ed away October 4 after a lengthy il- the only way to determine your garden's six weeks before planting even sooner, You can use this information to determinehow
Collection days in Bradford Countyare lness. exact needs, and now is a good time to take if possible.Although. much of a particular analysis fer-
Fittingly however, Gaines had a sample a soil test provides important tilizer, and the quantity of lime if any, to
Friday and Saturday, Oct. 10-11, A soil test can be an invaluable guide for recommendations on liming, as well as the apply. And, taking a soil sample is a
and the disposal pick-up site is in the received recognition for his service you It will indicate the soil's content of kind and amount of fertilizer to apply, relatively simple process you can perform
county parking lot just north of the cour- "above and beyond the call of duty" in available nitrogen, phosphorus And, there's a lot it won't reveal. For example, yourself, with information from your coun-
thouse, behind Hurst's Service Stationon a resolution adopted on September 19 potassium calcium and magnesium.level the, a soil test doesn't show the presence pf Insects ty agent's office. But remember, a soil test
by the Bradford County Development It will determine the soil's pH nematodes, or disease organisms.And Is no substitute for good/management./ It's
U.S. 301. .
degree of acidity or alkalinity. By analyz- determine whether of basic stef&galdng the
it can't your just one the path to
Authority a board on which he had ing the results, a soil technoligist or your soil test is
The two-year-old Amnesty program is garden is too wet or too dry. A a productive garden.
served as a member for many years county agent can recommend the fer-
designed to give homeowners and several terms as chairman. tilizaiton and liming practices that will
businesses, small industries, farmers, produce the best growing conditions.The .
schools, and others the to Gaines organized the first full-time first step is taking a soil sample. No Job, No Skill... Alvarez Elected
opportunity Planning and Zoning office in the coun- This is relatively easy. Check with your
dispose of these slots are .
Job Corps-Training t President of State
office concerning sampling
materials without charge, in order to ty and served as Its director since the county and agent's testing services. Using a piece of available in health occupations,
prevent possible contamination of our first countywide zoning ordinance was pipe or a shovel, take cores of soil six Inches plumbing welding, business- Property AppraisersJimmy
drinking water. adopted in 1970. He later became zon deep from at least 15 different spots in clerical, auto mechanic and other 16 Alvarez property appraiser -
ing director of the city also, when the your garden. Avoid unusual areas, such as skills for men and women ages of Bradford County has
Each homeowner or business may br- two agencies were incorporated under wet spots and burn piles. Thoroughly mix through 21. been elected president of the Property -
ing up to 450 pounds, or one 55-gallon these cores together to make one representative Obtain a GED, earn spending and Appraisers Association of
the same roof at the City Hall. and savings money
in sampl- money Florida.
collec- Put this mixture a
drum of waste to the designated sample. life for yourself.
tion center. The hazardous waste shouldnot In its resolution, the Development ing bag, complete the accompanying Infor- make Room a and good board clothing Alvarez took the gavel at the
be mixed together, however.If Authority also commended Gaines for mation sheet, attach it to the bag and mailto allowance, transportation, medical statewide association's annual con-
his service "as an able advisor to the our lab for testing. will and dental care will be provided.For ference Sept. 15 in Pensacola. He
possible contents of containers Board of Governors of the Starke- The soil pH indicated by the lime.test,Most more information, visit the has been on the board of directorsfor
should be identified and labeled, and Chamber Com determine the need for with bet- Job Service Office at 1430 South the past two years, and was vice-
Bradford County of best in a pH
containers vegetables grow Lake City, or phone president of the state association In
corroded or leaky First Street,
rusty, and a
and also "his ween five-point-eight six-point-two
many years at 7523121. 1985. Alvarez has been active in theassociation's
should be enclosed in a larger leak- of service to the community by the level that's slightly acid, or "sour". Irene Legislative Committeefor

proof container packed in an asorbent unselfish giving of his time and talentto Carefully follow the lab's recommenda- the past four years.
substance, such as cat litter. "
the citizens
of Bradford County. Alvarez was elected property ap

It is regrettable that L.M. could not praiser of Bradford County in 1976,
of hazardous wastes Bradford
Other examples in and took office
Forestry County Jan. 1 1977. He was
include old auto batteries, brake fluid, have joined his many friends and co- : t. ,J'' .unopposed for re-election in 1980 and
and antifreeze, unwanted or banned in- workers at the appreciation and retire- By David W. NortonFFAWinnersCongratulated .t, i-'I J.J984.}
ment banquet planned for him this
secticides, household cleaners, and. pool '/f.I" ro
j His political career began in high
Thursday night. But all of those who
chemicals. .- school when he served as president
would have attended and paid tributeto S. Rusty Eberle-2nd Land Measurement: 'w. of the Bradford High FFA .
Collection hours from 10 to 7 The Bradlord Jr. Chapter, future and the ad- li Chapter.He
are a.m. him on this occasion will still have received The remainder of the team became state FFA president in
p.m., Oct. 10-11. Take advantage of this many fond memories of their friend- Farmers of America overall(F.F.A.team) events at visors received an honorable mention for for 1972 and was elected national FFA
fourth in the
place time and efforts spent to prepare -
one-time opportunity to make your ship and association with him throughthe the annual F.F.A. forestry contest. Con- the contest. vicepresident.He .

home or business safer. years.iii gratulations to all the contestants and The overall team winner Bell F.F.A.chapter is son of Mr and Mrs. Harold
their advisors-great effort! The Junior from Gilchrist County, earns the Alvarez.
Chapter received a certificate for being right to compete at the annual Forest
I the best overall Junior Chapter at the con- Festival. This will be held on Oct. 24, in
Perry. A variety of contest, demonstrations
test.Eighteen chapters In the northeast and displays relating to forestry can
Florida area competed in the contest heldat be seen at the festival. Of course the
the Oleno State Park on Oct. 2. A barbeque is the highlight of the daypublicis
I representative forester from Owens- invited to all the activities.

__ __ ,.._.. _.... .u .r. + Illinois provided the ribbons for the Individual Folks, if this weather Is any indication of
-- 11III winners,donated by his placedin the fall-winter months, we are in for a very
Bradford F.F.A. had winners and dry winter. Hunters descending upon the
__ the following events: woods over the next few weeks are reminded -
J 1. Hal 1 Davis -7th -Timber Estimation with that the woods are dry. So please be The trunk of the African baobabtre*
-- Biltmore Stick. careful with fires. The fire you set to bring I I. *orn.tlm as wide a. the tree to
Get Heady for Arts Festival, Oct. 18,19 2. Dwight Allen 4th Compass Course. the deer into an area destroys the woods high. The trse U pollinated by b8ta.
3. Grant Jones 2nd Compass Course. for others to use-especially land that and its blossoms open only In

And BUS Alumni Heunion, Oct. 24, 25 4. Jennifer, Williams -3rd Land Measurement doesn't belong to you. moonlight.I'aueIA .

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:. Social Side Club News Patty Mullins Weds Gaylon/ Williams in Ocala/ I

'V. 'NoticesChurch First United! Methodist! Church: in She carried a basket with yellow! with fresh yellow and white flowers. Assisting in serving the guests
of theNews Ocala was the setting for the mar- roses and white carnations all in silk The cake was flanked with silver were Mr. and Mrs. Les Becker, Mrs.
p Items' riage of Patricia Carol' MullinH, Bridal attendants were Mrs Glen candelabrum with burning tapers and Richard Cunningham, Mrs. Don
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Mullins of Orlando, Mrs. Robin yellow and white nosegays. Mrs./ llardenbrook, Mrs. Randy Johns,
Mullins of Starke to Gaylon Melvin Mullins of Fl. Pierce, Ms. Debra William Howell, aunt of the bride of Mrs. John Smith and Mrs. A. J,
Weddings'Receptions Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin George and Mrs. Timothy Roberson Ocala, Mrs. Tom Casey, Mrs. Marion Eaves: HI of Starke, Ms. Nung
11 t Houston Williams of Ocala on Saturday of Ocala. Dawn Peddle of Ocala and Payne and Ms. Lila Rae Yawn of M'cken, Ms. Joni Hicken, Ms. TerriAdamsb
JJi.C Sept 13.: at 7 p.m. Lauren Mullins of Fl. Pierce were Starke cut the cake. Ms. Barbara Strickland,
./: Parties (flower girls The attendants were attired Two buffet tables were covered in bi Lallance of Ocala.
Rev David T. Brewer and Dr in gowns matching the matronof white lace cloths with silver Following a wedding trip to North
Gaylon Howe preformed the wedding. honor and carried baskets of silk candelabrum and arrangements of Carolina the couple will reside.it 200
ceremony. lowers. yellow and white glads and mums. N. E. 52 Ave, Ocala.
The altar was surrounded basketsof Given in marriage by her father the Two round punch tables were Patty is a graduate of the University -
greenery and spiral candelabrum bride wore a full length while taffeta covered with white lace cloths with of Florida and is employed by
w entwined with assorted greenery. and rose embroidered lace gown with the bowl surrounded by yellow roses Collier, Collier, Hagen and Newton
Brass vases containing the altar ruffled yoke and ruffle hem. Hand and ivey. Presiding at the punch C.P.A. in Ocala. Gaylon attended
flowers of white glads, Fiji mums and sewn pearls accented the collar bowls were Mrs. Jack Waterhouse Central Florida Community Collegeand
white and yellow chrysanthemumsflanked waist, fitted cuffs and ruffles. A fudlength Mrs. Johnny Hobbs, Mrs. Bill Adamsof is employed by Kent Meters,
the brass cross. Burning pew train fell from a pearl Juliet Starke and Mrs. Lonnie Izlar of Inc. in Ocala.
candles decorated the center aisle. cap with embroidery and pearl lace Orlando.
border. She carried yellow roses and
Nupital music was presented by white orchids entwined with ivy on
David Long, organist of, Ocala; Mrs. top of a small white Bible which her
Drew Reddish,pianist; Ms. Cana mother carried at her wedding, pictures
Schmidt and Bill Mrltac, soloist, all of Patty and Laurie in their r
of Starke. wedding gowns were placed inside the
Timothy Robcrson served as best Bible.
man. Gregory Williams, Scott Lovell, The bridal gown and all the atten-
Bill Lovell and Scott Kiefer were dant's gowns were made by the bride.A .
41 ;14 groomsmen and Joshua Peddle was reception followed the ceremonyin
ring bearer. All of Ocala they were at- Fellowship Hall which was DRESS & GIFT SHOP. l
tired in grey tuxedos. decorated with assorted greenery. p-R
Guests were greeted by Mrs. Ann
Mrs Sheldon Peddle attended her hunter Ms. Bridget Blaes kept the (
:- cousin as matron of honor. She wore bride's book.
-u !I Ir an old fashioned yellow gown with a The bride's table was covered witha _
shear lace yoke with a ruffle necklineand white lace cloth and centered with a I? +.,
,, shoulders and lace puff sleeves. three-tiered wedding cake decorated

Homecoming Set at Bethel Baptist ,.

Sunday October 12, I is the day will be Preacher liabbs with Singingscheduled
for Homecoming I Services at the homecoming service by The
at Bethel Baptist Church. New Spirit Singers. A covered dish
; To l find the church, take Griffis dinner will follow the morning ser
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President Thomas called the club! 1 I Rochelle Beldoch
Woman's Club of Starke i
into business during which
session 1 Beldoch Petites Christine
began its new. club year with a luncheon time reports were made by officers
and business meeting on and committee chairmen. Evelyn 1 r' Suzelle Herald House
September. 10. Griffin announced the annualWomans' Marisa Evan A.J. Arnold Petites
Club Show will be
The club was attractively March 2022. I Choose from many great styles and colors for fall

.. decorated with a red rose centering New members welcomed into the I P., S., M, L, Ex Lg
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After a delicious meal, Program
chairman Myldred Cuttino introduced -
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Eckdahl spoke primarily on the pro- THANKj O

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posed restoration of downtown YOU 4 f of Board rmgne1
Starke which will be made possible
by federal funds. A plat on display

showed the "new look" we can expect \' reduced prices

in': 1987. Mr. Eckdahl announcedthat ; ,

Amnesty Days are scheduledfor
October 10-11. He also announcedthat
October 18-19 Starke will host its and loW monthly
The vote of confidence you have shownin ;
furst annual Arts and Crafts Show
with at least 100 dealers up and down me is greatly appreciated. I will to the

have Call Street.a dessert The booth Womans'on these Club will two best of my ability represent your interest in

days. an honest and efficient manner. payments

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..Palelt.1._ TELK:( RAPl1 October 9. IHK6 _
Y Sherrie/ Huggins, Leslie Jackson Wed September 27

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Sherrie Huggins, daughter of Mr. ,tached cape of matching chiffon and Assisting In serving were Mrs. into the home.
& Mrs. James E. Norman of carried a basket of pink and burgundy Dick Pennell, Mrs. Clinton Barton, After a wedding trip to the North
Keystone Heights, and Leslie E, silk flowers. sister of the groom,Ms.Susan Lee& Carolina mountains, the couple will
Jackson son of Mrs. Mary Alma The bride, given in marriage by Mrs. Freddie Davis. reside In Keystone Heights.wf111L .
Jackson of Starke and the late Mr. her three sons, Michael, Andy & Mrs. Wade Winkler greeted guests

W. N. Jackson, were united in marriage William, wore an ivory floor length :."., :..-- ." '.. '"'./..-, .. : > : : : _.,.-L1ILJI1MU11', ,
at their home in Keystone gown of taffeta, with a ruffled lace
> rt'r Oaks. off the shoulder bodice and scalloped
r !! Performing the double-ring bouffant overlay skirt of shimmer.
> ceremony was Benton Futch. ing nylon crystal organza. She worea "STARKE SONGSBROADWAY"
1J..1 The couple repeated their vows in matching hat with short veil of
front of the candlelight fireplace english tulle. Sherrie carried a bou-
which was centered with an arrangement quet of peach and ivory silk flowers
of pink and burgundy with satin cascading ribbons. For
carnations baby's breath and fern. her accessories she wore a double
Mrs. Ricky Griffis, pianist, and strand of pearls and pearl earrings.
: Pat Crawford, soloist provided a A reception was held in the home.
program of nuptial music The brides table was covered witha Saturday 18 1986
Mr. Dick Pennell served as best lace edged linen cloth and was ,
man and Braxton Britt Jr., grandson centered with a double tiered wed-
of the groom, was ring bearer. ding cake decorated with live 8 PM at the BHS Auditorium
Mrs. Don Modesitt attended as flowers of burgundy and white
Matron of Honor. She wore a minature mums adorned at the top Presented by the
burgundy full length gown of was a bride and groom covered in
lustrous polyester knit, with an at- glass. Bradford Repertory Arts Theatre

(Formerly Bradford Players)

Musical Set Oct. 18
Fund Raising ADVANCE TICKETS '5.00 ,

scheduled will be Chastains Jewelry Wilson Florist
/ On October 18, a newly formed performances
Mr. & Mrs Leslie Jackson group to be known at the "BRAD- held. Outlaw Realty -
We need your support! Get your
THEATRE" (Acronym "BRATS")
. tickets early and come and enjoy
will present a fund raising musical
some great music. For further information T-Shirts 8.00
Couple' Celebrates, 50 Years Together way"revue entitled "Starke Sings Broad- call David or Consuelo

The two hour performance will Dodge, 964-5370. Fashion Stop Right Turn

H.1H)' & Hilda I Iluuston celebratedtheir Houston's home where Andrews highlight numbers from most of the T-shirts, available at Fashion Stop SUPPORT THE "BRATS"
lI\h: \ Wedding Anniversary Oc- Drugstore is now. The home was shows that have been performed in and Right Turn, will be $8 and the
lobar 5. !I9H6! at t their home in Starke. surrouned by a pecan grove. They Starke in the past and will feature funds will go to the theatre.
(.ike and punch were served to the operated a Standard Oil Station for many of the original performers.The .
.ippioxnnately\ 100 guests that slopped 20 years where the Chamber of Com- show will be held in the Brad-
by during the hours of 2.4 p.m. merce is now located and later mov- ford High School auditorium on October -
I lost i MU |he celebration were Bruce ed to where Dr. Whiffen's office is. 18 at 8:00: p.m.Advance ticketsare
Dimlfti Betty Jo Booras & FrancesJifgory For 12 years they operated a Gulf on sale at Chastains Jewelry -
( Station at 301 & 16.Congratulations. Store on Call St., Wilson's Florist
Hairy & Hilda wore married October Mr. & Mrs. Shop on U.S. 301, and Outlaw Realtyin
6, 19.16: in Starke at Mrs. Houston! the South 301 Plaza. Tickets will INAPAl I FALL _
be $6 at the door.
The goal of the group is to _
I Brown Family Reunion Set Oct. 12 establish a community theatre in the
city of Starke, where regularly/ :
The\ Oliver & Sarah Brown family me reunion is set to start around y
i fimion is scheduled for October 12 1:30: pm. Come bring your food, p
at (Curl & Ida Brown's, 1st house musical instruments and let's have DAV _
lJl'hlllcBelhel\ Baptist Chruch on 230A some good ole' fellowship looking MeetingSet _
Hast: for you. For Oct. 9

URGENT! All members
Lu-Esther Chap. O.E.S. Historical Society attend this most important DAV
Celebrates 4th Anniv. meeting In order for this chapter to
Meeting PostponedUntil remain in operation we need more
1.11-K.xthtr Chapter OKS\ will 5229
NovemberDue participation.There
celebrate our 4th annual anniverary 5289
will be a covered dish din-
on October 17, 1986 at 7:JO to
p.m. an unusually heavy ner at 7 p.m. and a business meetingat
.it t New; Bethel/ Baptist Church. Rev schedule of community events in the 7:30 tonight, Oct. 9. $6.98 reg.
!\.J Simmons, pastor. next two weeks, there will be no $5.79 reg.
Wo invite the public to come and meeting of the Bradford County 24 oz.Vinyl Treatment
help us lilt up the name of the Lord. Historical Society on Thursday, Oct. Lawn
\Vo hope and pray you can altfiui 16 Mathews Harrison e. Restores the original luster to dull

I In- grand occasion The next meeting will be at the Wedding Set For Oct. 11 Its W1 wide-sweeping! contains leather,vinyl and other plastics

regular time Thursday, Nov. 20, Mr. & Mrs Leaton Mathews of 27 flexible tines so it adjusts to in your home or garage. Softens
I New River Baptist when Dr. John Mahon, retired Starke announce the engagement of ground contours as you rake. Makes and conditions while producing

Setting Attendance history University and of author\Florida of "The professor Second of their daughter, Terrie, to Kyle Harrison fall clean up faster and easier. a long-lasting finish.
son of Mr. & Mrs. Charles
Goals for Year
McKinney of Starke and Tommy
Seminole Indian War" will be the
i Uitober 5 was the first Sunday of Harrison of Jacksonville.The .
the New Church New guest speaker. Dr Mahon will relate bride-elect is a graduate of
at flyer
H.I ist Church. year how (he hard-fought Indian Wars affected Bradford High and is employed by $1195
this and other areas of p
The church is looking to have a Mathews Trucking. [III
high attendance record and to pro- Florida. Kyle is also a graduate of Brad- '
mote Sunday School members totheir The public and especially studentsof ford High and is employed by Den- Winter $15.39 reg. $24.95 reg.Driving .
mark Furniture.The .
/ new classes.We Florida history are invited to attend is planned for October Emergency Kit o
hope you will consider our this meeting in the SFCC Starke wedding
hunch as a place to come to worship 11 at 7 p.m. at the Church of Lights
conference (old
Center room cour-
items to
Contains car
keep your
God in Starke.
mil and learn more about His Son,
Jesus Christ thouse) at 7:30: p.m. All friends and relatives are in- safely on the road this winter. Like booster European style driving lights of high-quality,

vited to attend.Emanuel cables, antifreeze, windshield ice solvent, quartz-halogen. Suitable for highway or

Martha K. Smith, lock de-icer, ice scraper and fix-a-flat spray. off-road use.Complete kit with necessaryAll

Jason Ham Plan Baptist in a handy NAPA tote bag at one low price. mounting hardware.

October Wedding Sets Gospel SingA

gospel sing will be held at the

.Air & Mrs. Andrew !McCombs of day Emanuel, Oct. 18 Baptist, at 7 Church at the on Satur-
Lawley and the late !Milo/ II Smith located off SR235.Go p.m.. church NAPA STORE
announce the of
engagement their
west on SR-100 and turn left on
SR-235 then continue 2 miles and
_ daughter, ,.Mailha K:, to Jason Hum "t turn right to find the church. Starke Motor Parts 4NAPA
son of Air & !Mrs Simon lIam o Regular services will begin at 10
Haiku, Hawaii -+ a.m. with Sunday School on Sunday,
155 W. Brownlee Road Starke e
Oct. 19,and continue with an 11 a.m.
I the bricli'-eleU is a May, 19116 and a 7 p.m. church service. 964-6060 All the right parts inalltherlghtplaces.
graduate ot Tcnn. Temple University Everyone is welcome to attend.
Refreshments will be served after ?
wards. Pastor is Rev. Greg- Taylor.

Jason is a graduate of Arizona Bi
ble College.
The wedding is planned tor October t zI
31, 1986 at 7:30pm. Lawtey 1 1 _
in the First Baptist hurrh __ fz
All friends and relatives are invited _
to attend. :Martha K. Smith & Jason Ham

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4 "' HOW'S THE FAMILY? I Shower Honorce...

,' hr, By Rev. Ed Kirkland r S On Thursday night, Sept. 25, Mrs.
Riddick of Hampton Lake
WHEN DAD GETS TilE KIDS-PART II was Sheryl honored with a Baby Shower

Last week I began a subject which I will complete now. That is the problems 4.. hums by Mrs. Sylvia Hall at her
which occur to a man who becomes a single parent. To refresh your on US Highway 301 South.
memory (if it's like mine it could use some help) this subject has spawned 1 i
from a reader who called to discuss such a situation.This person's wife left Games
were played by the twenty-
both him and her children over a year ago. Since that time, he has been Ir 1 1L
two guests attending. Among
forced to come to terms with "single fatherhood."
winners were Mrs. Elaine Lolt( and
There are seven different categories Identified as being difficulties aI Mrs. Ruth Riddick.
man must deal with in such a situation. The three from last week were:
Employment and Self-Image Problems as well as the Loss of Friends.The The refreshment table covered
remaining of the list is below. if considering a divorce
part Again you are with a white lace cloth held an arrangement -
I please consider these things before you go through with it. of pink carnations, white
4. FRUSTRATION.The particular type of frustration I am referring to is and yellow chrysanthemums with
that a man realizes he cannot fill the role of mother. I know what you're added greenery. The white iced
thinking, a woman experiences the same things but in reverse. However, shower cake was decorated with a
: this person I spoke with had definite feelings that his children had an even
greater need for a mom than a dad. Try as hard as you like,you cannot fill .
I l; the role of mother and father.Some of you are attempting it, not by choice -- varitety of baby symbols in blue and
but because it's been forced on you. I feel for you and your children. If you Dr. .'au Conn ;'it'h Sharon Martin |)r. Paul| ('onn with| Karen Martin white colors. Punch was served
are choosing to do this yourself, be careful. Just one of those jobs is hard from a crystal bowl surrounded with
enough, both are almost impossible. Martin; Twins Receive Scholarships to Lee CollegeKaren fresh blue hydrangeas. Crystal com
5. LOSS OF COMPANIONSHIP.This one certainly holds true for male or potes held nuts and mints.

female. Contrary to what TV tells you,you are not going to be happy aboutno and Sharon Marlin of 16 different states were awaruuii tae Starke Church of God. Thej are the
longer being "tied down" very long. It's coming home excited about Lawtey were two of 46 Incoming scholarships, given only to those daughters of Mr & Mrs Ralph MarMrs.. Janet
something and having no one to share it with that will get you. We are people freshmen who were presented a full- who took the ACT and SAT college; tin of Lawtev hostess in serving.
of relationships. God made us that way for a reason.To help each other tuition Presidential Scholarship for
become more than we were apart. If you're used to talking to another adultat the freshman year at Lee College in entrance exar.. i ne w Lee students
home you will feel the pain of loneliness in a deep way. Cleveland, TN. represented approximately 10% of
6. FEAR Fear of many things but In this case especially the fear of marring The twin sisters were presentedthe the freshman class at Lee College, 1i
the wrong person. A man with the kids must consider how his poten- scholarship, along with a plaqueand according to college president Dr P =
feels about him and his children together. Also,how the children honored at a specially caterers"Presidential Paul Conn who presented the
feel about her is very important. The game of "finding the right one" Scholar Luncheon" in awards. In
becomes far than it before and Karen and Sharon are both
more complicated was your marriage the school's student center lounge on
children. Si>ntpmrx( Students: representing graduates of Bradford County High '
7. BEING TREATED AS HANDICAPPED. This was an area I would not School find are memhpri lit t the Observanceof
have considered without talking to a person who is living through this type
of life. Experiencing the stares when you go out to eat with Just you and the
kids. Hearing your friends say, "You fear Cella" until you want to ask themto ,1 -X ,1: THANK
be quiet. Then there are those who want to constantly ask your advice. .. k : T
The mothers who come up and say, "I just don't see how you do it." They J1LL COLUMBUSDAY J )) ))
forget you may want to talk about anything else but your children and /
troubles at that moment. It's like seeing a person in a wheelchair. YOU
Sometimes, they want to forget about it because they are still a normal R .. 8 0
human being with other interests. To the many who helped us
More and more today women are leaving their husbands and children. Mon. Oct. 13
You may find this hard to believe, but it is reality. That means there are during this campaign you will I U ,
more and more single fathers raising the kids.Those of us who are happily never know how much my fami
married cannot imagine such a life for parent or child.If ly and I appreciate you and to
you are in this situation, I want to encourage you. There are III
possibilities for your tough situation, I think being around a loving group of those new friends who came to

people is an important step. I suggest a good supportive church.If ...... 3- know that we are sincere and We Will Be Closedfor
you are playing with the idea of divorce, think long and hard about have something to offer, our
what you are going to do to your mate and yourself. Your life will be changed -
forever. We will talk about what you're about to do to your kids next heartfelt thanks for your vote.I all banking.
week. assure you that 1 have no regrets. My campaign was
Finally, some of you are married and happy with no plans to leave. Both clean and I would not change a thing. I am saddened by the IT
you and your husband or wife are committed to each other and making Hours
your marriage work no matter what. You need to stop, thank the Lord for loss, but each day, the disappointment is easing a little. Regular Banking

your family and tell your husband or wife how thankful you are for them. There is a prayer that has helped me, the Serenity Prayerand Oct. 14
Believe me, there are many people who would give everything they own to it goes like this... God grant me the courage to changethe will resume Tues. .
be where you are. Don't take it for granted or im may disappear.
Ed Kirkland Is pastor of the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church on Highway things I can the serenity to accept the things I cannot
16 at Kingsley Lake. If you want to submit a fa tally topic or respond to an change,and the wisdom to know the difference. Florida National Bank
article call his office at 533-2018 write to HOW'S THE FAMILY
or :
you may thanks to each of '
Again, my you .. Starke 32091 (904)964-7050
I 586 Starke Fla 32091. 105 W Jefferson
?, Kingsley Lake Baptist Church Rt. Box ,
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By Dolores Meng

Gratitude.Phone.. 468-1915 Eckerd Stores celebrate our remodeled

George( and Verna Werre wish to
thank the City of Hampton and all
who participated in the Jamboree stores with
hold Oct. 4 for their benefit. They are i a
grateful for all who participated

also.Friends were happy to hear
George play for them on his guitar
even though(: he had recently been
released! from! the hospital.
Among those visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Werre were his sisters, Mrs. Freda
Martin and Mrs. Emma Johns of
Bismarck, N.D., his son, Jimmy
Werre of Lake Butler, and daughter Crrrr
Susan Kay of New River.

Hume from Hospital...
Teresa Meng returned home on vwW
Tuesday following surgery on Oct. 2
Gainesville.at Alachua General Hospital in


Glenn Mattheus of Folkston, Ga.,
spent Friday with his mother, Mrs.
Louise Mattheus.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spell and
Viola Lelbvre spent from Thursday
to Monday visiting their daughterand
family Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fitzpatrick -
in Pensacola. They all
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Bradford Cowboy Pop Warner
football teams had a successful
Saturday full of action last weekend
with the coaches reporting steady
progress on their squads.
; There is a special cheerleader
'. competition set for this Saturday at
S N19's the Bradford High School Stadium
i The competition, which features
cheerleader squads from all over the
i area, begins at 9 a.m.
There are no regular games
scheduled for this weekend. Action
resumes next Oct. 18 when all the
teams travel to Newberry for a full
;' slate of action beginning at 10 a.m.

"'J Jr. Peewees Win
:, The Jr. PeeWees defeated Mid-
dleburg 12-6 behind a solid defensive
AT effort, according to the coaches.
The first Td was scored by running
----- back Darin Young off right guard
early in the second period. Young
put the game away later in the third
period with a 76-yard TD scamper
around the left end.
Leading rushers for the cowboyswere
Young will 190 including two
TD's, Jimmy Brown with 36 yards,
Randy Durban with 12 yards and
Josh McClellan with eight yards.
Brown also punted twice for a 20
yard average.
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Jeremiah Wexler and Chris Green.
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; II I Willis Hankerson,
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II 1 I Darin Young and Jimmy Brown.
Milton Davis and Willis Hankerson -
I II both recovered fumbles for their
I I ..;:,l I team.
, : The Coach said his team still
II I II 1.07
needs to work on preventing
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Cowboys were flaggedfor
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1 ( 4 I 5 99 II. guards Travis Anderson and Donnie

II 1 : I Van Zant tackles James Daniels
II 1 .. I ,J Folding durable and Jason Johns, ends Tory Kittlesind
Wyndell Hampton, quarterbackKelvin
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1 "- the school system and take
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SALE ---- -
NOTICE dlllo containing misc. household goods, NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S

RONALD BRANNEN hoi mod application by C & C Mini Storage, 1642 S. Walnut Notice Is hereby given Bradford that I I. Dolph E. "Brain Damage" night I saw this man get ed for your supper .
of ,
Reddish sheriff
to the Bradford St., Starke, FL 32091, 9648848. as Brain shot on 5th Street This is
County Zoning Florida, under and by virtue of Writ of Damage got her nickname not an apologetic letter.
Board lor classification to the property 10/2 2tchg 10/9 Execution, to-wlt: before the age of one. She became a and Johnson Avenue. Pm not sorrv for what I did. I didn't

described blow from EA to OR: located Execution Issued out of County Courtof brain damaged cat when one day she
tl>r.. mil.! Northwest of lawtsy. Northof Levy County, Florida pursuant to a somehow climbed into the It was about 10:45: want the two of you to get married In

Ct. Rd. I2J and W..t of NW 105th NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Final Judgment for Levy County State refrigerator and was in there for Saturday night. He the first place. You're too fat and ugly -

Av.., two ((2)) ocr.. out of Parcel REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF Bank of Branson, Florida, and against about two or three hours. When she was at the police station for such a beautiful lady.

1122.00200, Lot 33, S.ctlon 10 Township THE LAND USE PLAN Charles P. Graham, defendant In the came out, she had a frozen brain. shooting that night.So .
5 South
In Rang.rural 22 East to put clarification the property An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive amount of 3467.57 together with costs After my cat's brain defrosted, long, Sam. Your ex-fowler,

to op.n allow Ingle-tomlly agricultural Land Use Plan Element and of collection. she was never the same again. Who Your friend Hugh Odor
acre. on Mop by Bradford County, Florida In accordance Have seized and have In my possession knows how Brain Damage would Timmy Taylor P.S. I know where there's a sale on

This change In classification It lubject( toe with the local Government the following described personal have turned out if she had not had a Pepto-Bismol. And with the mnn
public hearing to be h.ld on Tuesday, Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as property to wit: run-in with the refrigerator that .
October 28, 1986 at 7:00: p.m., In the provided for In Chapter 163 of the 12-foot Arlstocom Satellite Dish summer day Most Wanted Character you save you can pay me for killing
Council Room of the Stork. City hall on Florida Statutes.TO As the property of the above named Jennifer Richardson HII! My characters name Is your doves.

Thompson Street, In Starke, Florida. At : All Citizens, Taxpayers and other Interested defendant and that on Monday, the 20th George. George is very, very mean. Jennifer Keys

this time all persons Interested hall be persons. day of October, 1986 at two o'clock on Yolanda He went into a liquor store, stormedover
You and each of you are hereby and said day on the premises of the Bradford to the
, heard for or against the proposal, as Hi! Is Yolanda. owner, stuck a gun to his
herewith given notice In accordancewith Jail I will offer for sale and sell My name am a
specified In the Zoning Codes of Bradford County student head, and demanded all the money
I' County Florida Statues that the Board of to the highest bidder for cash In hand, at Bradford Middle School. I in the cash register. After he held

Dorrell O'Neal, Director County Commissioners of Bradford the above described property of said am not very smart in school, but I the joint, he pulled the trigger on the up Durban-Hickman
Bradford County Zoning County Florida, have designated the defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Execution try very hard to keep my grades up. There loud Engagement Set
gun. and
was a noise, a
I try hard to do in
Bradford County Zoning and Planning very my part
10/9 Itchg "- flag came out which read "BANG!I"
Board to conduct a public hearing at a Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff keeping the school the best It can be. Mrs. Patricia Wainwright Brownof
regular meeting held at 7:00: p.m. In the Bradford County, Florida Without the best we don't pass the causing the old man to have a heart Jacksonville and Mr William L.
IN THE CIRCUIT Council Room of Starke City Hall, Starke, 9254tchg1016STARKE test. Durban of Lake Butler announce the
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Florida, on Tuesday, October 28, 1986 -.- - -. -. Love, Yolanda Jones kid George is so mean that one day a engagement of their daUghter
and make a recommendation to the was eating a bag of potato chips. Denise Elizabeth Durban of
Board of County Commissioners and the Poem George brought over a jar of ants Jacksonville, to Edgar Powell
CASE NO.: 86-357-CA
IN RE: The Marriage of Board will consider on Monday, I met this girl; her name was and put it beside the little boy. The Hickman, Jr., of Anderson, SC, son
DONALD C. DUNCAN November 3, 1986 at the CommissionersRoom CHURCH OF GOD Grace. kid looked like he had zits on his of Dr. & Mrs. Edgar P. Hickman of

Husband, of The Bradford County Courthouse When I saw her, she put a smile on legs. Yesterday, George was out on Columbia, SC.
Starke, Florida at 10.00: a.m. an 422 N. St. Clair 964-5443 my face. the corner ringing a bell and had a Denise is a graduate of Florida

andJOANN GREEN DUNCAN Ordinate relating to: Walter F. Montz, Pastor One night we went on a date. sign that said "Give to L.O.A." If State University and attended theUnlvel'3ity

Wife The rezoning of the following described with When she said "Hello!" I couldn'twait you are wondering what L.O.A. of Florida Engineering
We Invite to worship us.
and the Comprehensive you
property amending stands for "Little Orphans of
NOTICE OF ACTION; CONSTRUCTIVE School. She is presently employed by
Land Use Plan to providethat Attended Nursery America".
SERVICE: That next morning we had a talk. Robert M. Angas and Associates,
NO PROPERTYTO land currently zoned RSF and Sunday School . . . 10 am Later in the day went her a walk. Chris Snow Engineers & Planners.

: DONALD C. DUNCAN designated by the plan as Rural Residential Morning Worship . . 11 am She was so nice and fine. Edgar Is a graduate of Universityof

ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU be rezoned to Cl, and designatedCommercial Evening Service . . . B pm And she King Belvadere South Carolina Master's Degree
every day was on my ,
the of JOHN
ARE NOTIFIED that an action for property Wednesday Youth . . 7:30 pm mind. 123 Bird Forest from the College of Business and Is
TOR ODE, described as follows: FOUR ((4))
dissolution of marriage has been filed Love Warwick, England employed by Eli Lilly Corporation.The .
acres located at the corner of NE 13th St. Always,
against you, and you are required to October 21, 1799 wedding Is for Saturday
Dommon7th planned -
and Hwy 16 E, 750' on 16 and 260' on NE Tyrone
serve a of written defenses If Greetings King Belvedere
copy your 13th, Parcel 2766-00000 In Section 23, Grade November 1,1986 at 2:00: p.m.,
any, to It on Eugene F. Show, Wife's at SPORTS FANS! The rumor in the Kingdom is that in the Grace united Methodist
Township 6 South Rang. 22 East, approximately 13 years old
whore address II 925.E North you have a severe case of Indiges- Church in
Tempe 2'/i miles East of Starke, to Lawtey. A reception is
Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091, f tion. I think I have a reason for
be used for convenience store with gas Dear Sam your planned immediately following the
on or before Monday November 3, 1986 condition. You see soon-to-be
your wedding at the Officers' Club at
and file the original with the clerk of this pumps. BETYOU How have you been
wife had
magical and could
You are further given NOTICE that a doing? Well, Saturday\ powers Camp Blanding.
court either before service on Wife's attorney 1
Immediately thereafter otherwise copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is turn herself into a dove. When you Friends and relatives of the coupleare
a default will be entered against available for your Inspection at the office DIDN'T sent me to get your doves for the cordially invited to attend the

for the relief demanded In the peti of the Director of Zoning and Planning wedding feast, I caught your wife by ceremony and reception:
you Hall, KNOW mistake And I might add it wasn't
City Thompson Street. Starke. Great Race/PepsiFree Miss Durban is the granaaaugmer

tion.DATED on this 30th day of September Florida. Brought to you easy! She tempted me. In order to of Wilma S. Wainwright of Lawtey
1986. Each and every person having any Interest / 10,000 Meter Run follow your orders I killed her. and the great-granddaughter of

GILBERT S. BROWNAs whatever In the enactment of this By Orion Wells The Thirteenth Annual Florida She didn't make a joyful doing likeI Mable B. Wainwright of Starke.

Clerk of the Court proposed ORDINANCE should appear Forest Festival Great expected. She ended up being;serve
Linda and be heard at the time, and place In the history of major Race will be
BY: PearceAs run Saturday, October 25, 1986 at
Deputy Clerk prescribed.BOARD college football, no player 8:30 a.m. in Perry, Florida.
10/2 4tchg 10/23 OF BRADFORD COMMISSIONERS COUNTY ever had a day like Red The Florida Forest Festival is a Deborah Johnson,

BY: Gilbert S. Brown Grange of Illinois had celebration that recognizes the Importance Bradley Hildreth

NOTICE OF AUCTION G.S. Brown, Clerk against Michigan on Oc- of the Forest Industry to Announce
NOTICE Is hereby given that under 10/9 IIchg the economy and ecology of Florida. Engagement /I
tober 18 1924... What ex-
and by virtue of Part IV of Chapter 83 FS The race will kick off a full day of i
as Self Storage Facility Act, that the actly did Grange do?... The activities that include the King Tree Mr. & Mrs. Carl E.Johnson,Sr., of

undersigned will sell for cash to the first time he got the ball, he Parade, the World's Largest Free Maxville announce the engagementof

highest bidder at 301 South 1642 S. ran 95 yards for a touch- Fish Fry, and a variety of entertainment their daughter, Deborah Jean, to

Walnut St., Stork., FL at 5:00 p.m. on the NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR events, crafts and displays. e
13th day of October, 1986 the contentsof REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF down... The second time he Race participants will receive a

Unit No. 29 belonging to Jean Wilkinson THE LAND USE PLAN got the ball he ran 67 yards T-shirt and a free four month FL Bradley Scott Hildreth, son of Mr. &

containing misc. household goods, An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive for a TD... The third time he subscription to Runner Magazine. Mrs. Ronald E. Hildreth of Starke
by C A C Mini Storage, 1642 S. Walnut Land Use Plan Element and Top finishers
the ball he ran 56 yards may qualify for an
St., Starke, FL 32091, 9648848. Map by Bradford County, Florida In accordance got
expenses-paid to The bride-elect
trip compete in the a graduate of
10/9 for a TD... And the fourth
10/2 2tchg with the local GovernmentComprehensive
PepsiFree 10,000 Meter Series National Baldwin High.Bradley .
Planning Act of 1975 as time he got the ball he ran Finals. x .1.

NOTICE OF AUCTION Florida provided Statutes for In Chapter 163 of the 44 yards for a touchdown!... To register, send $6 to the is a graduate of Bradford

NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon. TO: All Citizens, Taxpayers and other Interested He had taken the ball 4 Chamber of Commerce, PO Box 892, High and is employed by DuPont.

day October 13, 1986, at 10:00 o'clock persons. times, scored 4 times, Perry, FL 32347. Pick up your race

A.M., the undersigned, Gator You and each of you are hereby and coveted 262 yards and still ..number. at City Park between 6:30 The wedding Is planned tor uc-
Fr.lghl'Way., IncTTwill sell at publlifauc'-' herewith given notice In accordancewith / .sH'rerde1Sa.m.'theCityParkIson tober 24 at 7:30 p.m. at the First
tlon for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Florida Statues that the Board of had not been stopped or Jefferson Street US 221.)

Fla., 32205, one lot of Acrylic top County Commissioners of Bradford tackled! Late registration after October
Palm have the 17) will be on Race at City Park Deborah Johnson Baptist Church of Maxville. All
consigned to Chuck Huggins, West County, Florida, designated What was the biggest Day
& friends and relatives
lot of A/C Bradford and Planning between 6:30: a.m. and 8:15: a.m. are cordially
Beach, Fla: one compressor County Zoning ?
In football history .
upset Bradley invited to attend.AtJMOUNCIMs.
consigned to Bradley A/C, West Palm Board to conduct a public hearing at a The Great Race/PepsiFree 10,000 llihlrcth
Beach, Fla; one lot of plastic art consigned regular meeting held at 7:00: p.m. in the Based on predicted points, I Meter Series course is: smooth, flat

to Palm Beach Paper Co., Riviera Council Room of Storke City Hall, Starke, .it would have to be the 1940 I asphalt, and is TACCertified.School .

Beach Fla., to satisfy freight and Florida, on Tuesday, October 28, 1986 NFL title game betweenthe
storage charges, under the provisions of and make a recommendation to the
Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of Board of County Commissioners and the Chicago Bears and I ILeonardo

Lading. Board will consider on Monday Washington Redskins.. The MenusOct. +

Pro. 12-776561 dtd 6/30/86 November 3, 1986 at the CommissionersRoom Redskins were favored that
Pro. 03.858876 dtd 7/29/86 of The Bradford County Courthouse
day by 7 points... But the 13Oct. 17
Florida 10:00
03-81 0816 dtd 6/5/86 Starke, at a.m. an
Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Carrier Ordinate relating to: Bears won, 73.0, making an ALLSCHOOLSNational Veto Dicandio IV Falicia Leeann Tyler
10/2 2tchg 10/9 The rezoning of the following described 80-point difference from School Lunch Week this

property and amending the Comprehensive the predicted margin to the year is a celebration of the diversityof Buddy & Lorrie Dicandio proudly Randel & Diana Tyler of Starke
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA Land Use Plan to providethat American life. These menus announce the birth of a son, Leonardo proudlv announce the birth of a

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND land currently zoned ILW and actual one-and that's the represent some of the various ethnic Veto, born Sept. 17, 1986 in "

FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA designated by the plan as Light In biggest error the odds groups who have contributed food Alachua General Hospital. He daughter, Falicia Leeann, born

CASE NO. 85-280-CA dustrial be rezoned to OR, and makers have ever made. Items from their culture to what we weighed 10 Ibs. and measured 22V& August 25 1986 in Shands Hospital in

IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF designated Agricultural, the property of What was the first team think of today as "American inches long.Maternal. GamesvilinFalicia
GLEN A. PIPPIN ROSCOE NORTON, described as follows: cuisine." grandparents are Hiram

Husband, Thirty-seven ((37)) acres located two miles ever to win a football Monday JOLLY OLD ENGLAND: : Fish & & Vivian Chappel of Starke. Mater- joins a brother, Randel W.

and North of Starke on East side of Hwy 301 game?... Football's first Chips, Plcadllly slaw, scones It honey, english nal great-grandparents are A.C. Tyler, Jr., 4 yrs. old and Amanda
In Section 10, Township 6 South Range trifle, milk.Tuesd.9t .
Wife ROMILDA TUCKER PIPPIN, 22 East, Parcel 2059-00000, to return the winner was Rutgers... They SOUTH OF TilE BORDER Tacos, Odom of Starke and Clyde & Betty Tyler. 3 yrs. old.

NOTICE OF ACTIONTO property to on agricultural classificationto beat Princeton 6-4 In the cookie Mexicall, milk.Wednesday vegetables. orange wedges, calypso Burke of Palatka. Maternal grandparents are

: GLEN A. PIPPIN: Address be used for forming. first football game ever : SUNNY ITALY Sausage pizza, Paternal grandparents are Leon & Loraine Tyler of Indiana and Calvin
Unknown You are further given NOTICE that a played In 1869. Italian garden salad, sunny fruit cup, golden June Dicandio of Starke. Paternal Compeau of California.
YOUR ARE NOTIFIED that an action copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is spin square, milk. great-grandparents are Leon & Paternal grandparents are Erlrne
filed and or. available for Inspection at the office I bet you didn't know.. Thursday DIXIE STYLE Barbecue on bun Margaret Dicandio of Starke, Clin-
been your
has against you you Tyler of Starke and Sam Tyler of
southern style beans, E.T. Bar, Dixie
required to serve a copy of your written of the Director of Zoning and Planning that this Is the time to save cookel, milk. ton & Thelma Boatwright also of Waldo.

defenses If any, to JAMES R, FLYNN ESQUIRE City Hall, Thompson Street, Starke, on a new car at Orian Wells Frldayi GERMAN EPICUKIZE: Frankfurteron Starke.
Petitioner's Attorney, whose address Florida. a roll Rhine potato salad, broccoli w/cheese
Is 405 West Georgia Street, Each and every person having any Interest Chevy-Olds... where you sauce german chocolate cake, milk.
Starke, Florida, 32091, on or before whatever In the enactment of this get 2.9 % GMAC EPICURIZE: To Fea8t.Bradford

November 7, 1986, and file the original proposed ORDINANCE should appear financing... We also have a
with the Clerk of this Court either before and be heard at the time and place selection of used High School
service on Petitioner's Attorney or Immediately good A-la-Carte

thereafter, or a default will prescribed.BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS cars... Come In and see for Monday French fries, milkshake.,
b. entered against you for the relief yourself. cheeseburgers, pizza, O.J.
demanded In the complaint or petition. BY: Gilbert S. Brown Tuesday milkshakes Hamburgers, pizza, trench fries,
WITNESS hand and Seal of this G.S. Brown, Clerk ORIAN WELLSChevroletOldsmobile corndogs.
my Wednesday Cheeseburgers, milkshakes, pizza,
Court on October 6, 1986 10/9 IIchg : ri orange juice, french fries.Thursday III :
GILBERT S. BROWN '" Corndogs, french fries, hamburgers,
CLERK OF THE COURT pizza, milkshakes.
Friday French fries, cheeseburgers, pizza,
Beulah Moody, D.C. BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA U.S. 301 Nurlh
10/9 10/30 Each day students have a choice of a hot lunch, SAVE
4tchg PROBATE DIVISIONFile salad bar or they may purchase a-la-carte.
Number 86.67-CP $100
Division 1.3736 CH

Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida D.c.a.edNOTICE

Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the administration OF ADMINISTRATIONThe of the .estate/of Thank 100% needle bearings

undersigned, r hy H. Brown, Rt. 2, ,
DELL D. SMITH, deceased, File Number ; I ?a Front mounted
Box 335, Stf sole f Powerful
owner doing 86-67-CP, Is pending In the Circuit Court eupar.Wel saulz
business undo ,.e firm name of S/W 55CC engine eneeline multi.,
Florida Probate
for BRADFORD County, a
Discount Auto Parts, Rt. 2, Box 335, Division, the address of which Is Bradford f 3, ,
Stork., Intends to register said fictitious Model Shown
County Courthouse, North Temple YouTo kr
under the aforesaid statute. '
name The and w/13-lnch bow
Avenue, StafKe, Florida. names r ,
Dated this 15 day of September, A.D. L
address of the personal representativeand'the ks,
1986 In. Bradford County.9/18 4tchg 10/9 personal representative's attorney MA

are set forth below.

Interested persons are required to
1 Year Limited
NOTICE 'Is hereby given that under THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS system-up*to Both automatic A manual
and by virtue of Part IV of Chapter 83 FS NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate N 76% less vibration chain oiling syslsms' Warranty.

as Self Storage Facility Act, that the and ((2)) any objection by an Interested
undersigned will sell for cash to the person on whom this notice was served 13 Inch Bow NOW
highest bidder at 301 South 1642 S. that challenges the validity of the will, $34999Reg.

Walnut St., Starke, FL at 5:00: p.m.on the the qualifications of the personal all my friends and supporters $449.99 ONLY
of October, 1986, the contentsof of
13th day representative, venue, or jurisdiction
Unit No. 22 belonging to Johnnie M. the court. -thanks for your generous help. I look for- 14 Inch Bow NOW $359.

Birch containing mist household goods, ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
by C S C Mini Storage, 1642 S. Walnut FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. ward to serving the children and each of Reg. $459.99 ONLY

St., Stork., FL 320919648848. Publication of this.Notice has begunon
10/2 2tchg 10/9 92586. you on our school board. I will continueto NOW AT THESE DEALERSFla

Personal Harlis Representative R. Ellington, Sr.: peed your help and support becausethe Pest Control

NOTICE OF AUCTION P.O. Box 257 539 E. Call St.STARKE .
NOTICE ,Is hereby given that under Lake Butler, Florida 32054 real job is just beginning.

and by virtue of Part IV of Chapter 83 FS Attorney for Personal Representative 164-9749 ioirrauwWThgpanOeeeuora
as Self Storage Facility Act, that the EUGENE F. SHAW

undersigned will sell for cash to thehlgh..t 925.E North Temple Avenue, Starke FL, James T. "Gobble" Wainwright .Ina.gat eta.T-.GAInM.ttrIJ---(
bidder 'at 301 South 1642 S. 32091 AItIIouQIt,.,y duets_5aentuwexwynaeMdaeuoi_..eekdM.resesr.egr
the I tzgpenIcip Seneleueeo_.....seeeeeMtk.eaMT, >+>0a1eI.UWMen.
Walnut St., Stark. FL at 5:00 p.m.on Telephone: ((904)) 964.5200
'd Pol ads aouro 01I oflec VMS guaranee adequate eno at pis
13th day of October, 1986 the contentsof 10/9 2tchg 10/16
Unit No. 23 belonging to Jeanie Car- I


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I BHS Defense Enables Tornadoes to Upset Gainesville's Eastside I IIII

.1 shinning upset\, Tornado grid- limiting the running game ---- --- -
ilers cdcl| by Gainesville. Class 4A BUS had one pass interception and : r'f1i
i K.iMsuk; \ I High 10 6 on Bradford Field let the ES fullback get loose on the
lal"rhl.IY\ night, Oct. 3, before one TD run. Other than that, the Tornadoes ( ', ,w .
bent but did not break as the 1
some 1,500 hometown lans.Two i _
slraighl,i pass interceptions, bigger Hams threw all their strength R'+
l It.I :saloty Cory Strong and inside at BUS in the second half. Y '
hnehackerGary" Wise plus a clipping Had Eastside: used u power-I dur- l 1 J RJ
pt'iiiltv, gave; Bradford High a first ing the entire game, it probably
I loun on the Eastside 7.5 yard line. would have worn down the Tor
BUS l'ouldn'tlt/!: into the end tone nadoes. Eastside moved the football 1
but David Hamilton kicked a 14 yard on BHS, but laid the pigskin on the M "a9r+aa
held t goal to put BUS up 3-0 with 32 ground six times and BHS recovered ,
seconds remaining in the first lour of the fumbles and intercepted
pel'tod.K.irly. three Ram passes.
in the second period, defensive Gary Wise recovered two fumbles,
tackle, 1<:rlc Nazworth, down Eric, Nazworth and David Hamilton
quickly on the BUS punting team, one each. 1 lamilton had two pass interceptions -
grabbed I the football when it slipped and Cory Strong one.
through the hands of the Eastside David Hamilton's punting kept
punt receiver, giving BITS a first pushing Eastside back every lime
dn-ui at I the Eastside 20 yard line. they got near the BUS goal.
1'0 running) plays lost nine yards, Using the power-I, Eastside, trailing -
hut sophomore quarterback John 10-6, drove the football 67 yardsto : S ** *
Hen' >. starting his first game, throw the BHS 14 yard line in the fourth ff" -- ? 14 SiS v |

.1 i a9: !I hard "scoring pass to 6-4 wide period. It looked us though the ... .
loiciver" Patrick Diggs. The BHS powerful Ram offense would score. .... 't .
But with five minutes left in the .. : "' "I', _
line kept the! big ES players away : '" : ,. .;;,
the football loose ,. ,
h I roni the quarterback, giving Berry game came on one ,
time to wait until Diggs got clear in ol the tough off-tackle running plays .. .
the endone. I Hamilton added the extra and ball-hawking linebacker Gary f
kick and BUS 1-3 led Wise got the football back for BUS.
point now ,
On drive Eastside: BUS Moves the Football... '
Hi-O\ with 7:33: : remaining in the second a previous ,
moved the football to the BHS 29 Kastside: Wiggins no. 33: in center, heads ttnfield lo block
quarter. 4)K John Berry, no. 12 at right carrying ball gels through: the !
Eastside fullback Larry Jones got yard line but defensive! end Malachi liar U'ideoul ('orvStrong./ no. 22 al left Mucks, ultead. Fullback Greg ,
loose in the third period on an 01'1'tal'kle Jenkins knocked the football loose
and making a tackle. The football rolled
power-I scoring play
ahead and David (Hamilton, who saw
63 to Eastside
went yards bring
within lour 10-6 2:04 left in the the ball rolling toward him, over the
with : Tornadoes Face Run and Shoot Offense
third period. The Bradford defense shoulder of an Eastside playing
him shook oil the block
blocking ,
gave under the power-1 from the bigger -

Eastside team, but ball handling and Eastside recovered defense stormed the football.BHS then The It's a rebuilding year for Baker good speed and likes to run. Bar- some offense Johnson is a tough sive tackles are no 64, John Watson,
miscues and ball hawking Tornadoes pushing the football back to the BHS High and Bradford High, both 1-3 go- nham, no 20, a 5-8, 160 pound runner,and grinds out an extra yardor 6-1. 220, 10, and no 52, Joel Burnett,
kept the Hams out of the end- 13 yard line. ing into tomorrow night's (Friday sophomore likes to throw on the two. No. 41, James Green 5-8,160, 5-10, 186, 12. Defensive ends are no.

zone ES rushed) the punter, but David Oct. 10) game in Macclenny. run. Baker throws short, medium also plays wideout and running 22, Barry Long, 6-2, 180, and no. 13,
Baker lost 21-3 last Friday to and long. back. Bobby Jones, 6-2,170.
Protecting the Lead... Hamilton, under hard pressure, got Suwannee High in Live Oak. The Main runners, besides QB Bar- Best offensive linemen are guard
Rising to the challenge, the Tor- off a 54-yard spiral that just kepi Wildcats have beaten Bishop Kennyof nham are no. 43, James Thompson, Steve Stafford, no. 76, 5-11 200, 11, To Get a Seat...
the ES
'i irlo players and coaches were sailing returner's, going head.over ES punt the Jacksonville in their only win so 5-10 145 11, who has great speed and tackle Doug Richardson, no. 70, The Baker stadium is small so
'Unrtly serious. Intensity of coaches fooball 33 finally second got clown far. They lost to Fernandina Beachin and no. 1, Wesley Lewis, 5-5. 122, 10, 6-1,215, 10.Defensively. Bradford fans are advised to arrive
1)aI I ,\ It ci! Hurse and Mike Sexton rose on its ; on the their season opener and were who line up in the slot positions or, at Baker lines up in a early to get a seat.
throughout! the game as they smell- came the 63 yard 'I'D run of FB beaten 19-0 by Santa Fe times, in the backfield. Baker will 5-3 with wide splits between the mid
Id I the KMm's first win of the season. Larry Jones. o roll the quarterback out and cross dle guard and the tackles. Best" hit-
A run and shoot offense is the basisof the slot man and wideout in front, or ters are linebackers Steve MaRae Biggest Gate...
(For the first time this season Bradford High 0 3 0 7 .- 10 the Baker High offense, but the will flood one side of the field with no. 34, 5-8, 170, 11, and Andy It was the biggest gate ever,
(Coach Nurse had a lead to protect. EjisljidcHiqh 0 0 6 0 6 Wildcats will show several looks a three receivers. Johnson, no. 40, 6-1, 175, 12 Best $10,000 in 1985 when Baker and Brad-
The veteran\ coaches kept their best BHS Eflblsidc slot and wing and the power-I, to Main pass receivers, besides defensive backs are Johnson and ford played in Starke last season
defense on the I field against/ the huge First Downs 5 11 confuse opponents. Baker will passor Thompson and Lewis, are tall, thin weak side cornerback Daniel Bar Coach David Nurse says
Ram Hurs.e, his play choice Rushing Yards 1835 34110 run. The wide open run and shoot wideouts James Ruise, no. 89, 6-2. nham, the quarterback on offense. The two teams were undefeated
)limited by the young quarterback Pacing Yards 51 57 option offense is basically a passing 145, 9, and Lee Ellis, no. 10, 6-1,170, The other cornerback is Lee Ellis, coming into a crucial district con-
-.1 carting his first varsity game, went PA-PC.PI 104 9.3 offense, with two wide receivers and 10.Fullback no. 10, 6-1. 170, 10. The safety is test.
>tsM'rvalive t: in the second hall, and Punts 6395 1 33 two men in the slots between each Deckie Ellis, no. 30, 6-2, James Thompson no. 43., 5-10, 145, -
kepi !running the football, although Fumbles 'lost 10 902.5Scoring 44 wideoul and tackle, that allows the 170, 12, is used primarily as a block- 11, who has great speed. Bradford won 21-0 over a good
BUS could get nowhere offensively Penaille..yard.Summary 430 quarterback to pass or run. BHS experienced ing back but is quick big, and runs The Wildcats have good team Baker team. Last season the Tor-
this offense at West hard. speed nadoes finished 11-1. losing to Bar-
EitMside knew BHS wasn't going to I n) Brad Ie rd. David Hamilton. 14 yard field goal.
pass and crowded the line of scrimniriue 1)) Bradford Patrick Diggs 79 yard pass from Nassau High.Quartel"back. No. 40, Andy Johnson, 6-1,175, is a Nose man on defense is no. 51, tow in the Class 3A state championship -
-- with eight men. further QB John Berry, E P. Hamilton kick. Daniel Barnham has starting! lin 'hnrker hut. also plays Alfred Godwin, 180 510. 12 Defen1 game.louchdown.


n Nurse : "We Played Better""We

played better" Head Tor- think David Hamilton did a run. The referee went to
4I nado David Hurse concedes of the super job," says Coach Nurse of the his pocket but didn't pull the flag and
10-6 win over Class 4A Gainesville senior cornerback and punter. then didn't raise his hands to in-
Eastside. Hamilton intercepted three passes, dicate a touchdown.
The coach was asked if the Tornadoes although one was called back on
didn't play a lot better, how penalty, recovered a tumble and The Front Seven...
did BUS win? "They (Eastside) laid kept gelling the Tornadoes out of "It was the Wise and Brown of
the football down" Coach Hurse trouble with his punting. Plus, old," says Coach Mike Sexton of the
said. The) Rams are known to self Hamilton had 7 individual tackles performances of inside linebackers
I 1r destruct Hurse said before the and was named defensive back of Ron Brown and Gary Wise.
game and reiterated that statementthis the week. Wise was in on 10 tackles, 5 in-
week, after the game. And David Hamilton had punts of dividual tackles and 5 assists, and
Coach Hurse also points out he had 52 and 54 yards when the Tornadoes recovered two fumbles. Brown had 4
to keep the BHS offense simple for really needed a good punt to get individual tackles and 3 assists.
{r Eastside because sophomore Eastside away from the BITS end of Strong side end Mike Grey, with 6
quarterback John Berry was star- the field. Hamilton also kicked a individual tackles and :3 alsistsl
l ling his first game. Even the pass 14-yard field goal and an extra point. played a good game. Weak side endMalachi
: {t 3 r .au plays were call with gral care not to Running backs Rodney Mosley Jenkins, one of the hardest
N ,tM: P4K; a get an interception Coach Hurse and Greg Piltman ran the football hitters on the squad, Coach Sexton
said. well. They just didn't have holes to says, had 5 individual tackles and 2
Berry did a good job, Coach Hurse run through, Coach Horse says. assists.
says, and the young quarterbackwill Grey, Brown and Wise were nam-
improve each week. Berry was The Secondary.. ed outstanding defensive linemen of
named the BBS offensive back'of the Coach Charlie Simpkins says the the week.
week. BHS secondary did an excellent job Defensive tackles Eric Nazworthand
Against ES, for instance there against Eastside.In Dane Clark played good a good
was one run or pass option play on addition to the performance of ballgame Coach Sexton says. The
which there was nothing but grass David Hamilton, safety Cory Strong linebackers did a good job workingout
between QB Berry and the goal line, and cornerback Damn Paterson the tackles; it was very effectiveall

","" "----"n, ="'''. _=t INail"d --_-'. '" <<.-- -- = _..,- .......... .... and if Berry had elected to run he'd were in position on runs and on pass night long, Sexton says
have gotten at least to the five yard routes Sophomore Bill Hamilton got his
Behind the Line... line and, perhaps, would have "They just played an exceptional first start at rover back, and went all
scored. But Berry threw the football ballgame," says Coach Simpkins. the way "I thought Bill did a good
I I Kastside running hack Larry Jones, no. :31, who had 67, has Jones in his grip.: Strong side end Mike Grej, no. As Berry learns he will be able to Game films, Coach Simpkins says, job. I'm going to be looking for" more
the (ii: yard TO run was usually kept bottled up by the 40, and an iinidentifeil Tornado move in to hl'lll take advantage of such situations, clearly show Cory Strong being clip- out of him each week now, Coach
BUS defense. Here, inside linebacker Gary Wise, no. points out CoHPh Hurse ped at the three yard line on the ES Sexton says.
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II BHS Girls Track Team Wins FSU Invitational

l he Bradford High girls won the with !a.j poinls. omei pieties were: 2) 4 Way Meet... Firroll Moore of GHS won the boy
i-M Division attheFSUCross Count Pace 56, 3) North Florida 99, 4) The Bradford High girls were firstin race in 19:10.Bradford's.
t Invitational in Tallahassee last Bolles 108, 5)) Pensacola Catholic a BIIS hosted four way meet Tues- Robert Thorpe was se
Saturday, Oct. 4. 112, 6) MacClay 126, 7) Bradford 178. day, Oct. 7, with 18 points. cond in 19:13.: Other BIIS places! .
BUS scored 35 points? for first Robert Thorpe finished 25th in Palatka was second with 58 points, were: 13) Benny Jackson 21:37: 211>
place: Pensacola Catholic was second 20:06: to lead Bradford. Other places Baker was third with 61 points, Johnny Thompson 25:05: 22)) Kcitl .1"I
with 46, Holies was third with 73 were: 35) Benny Jackson 22:31: 38)) Gainesville High was fourth with no Thompson 25:19: 23) Roger Padgett
points, 4)) Pace 86: Keith Thompson 23:45: 39) Johnny team points.Lori 25:30.: I
The two mile girl's race was won Thompson 23:51: and 41)) Roger Sapp won the girls race in
n> Melanie Bloch of Pensacola Padgett 24:52.: 13:15.: Felicia Davis was second in Upcoming...
(titholic in 1127.: Bradford's Lori 13:32.: Ramona Tennant was fourthin The BHS teams goes to the Lee In-
Good Win for Girls...
S.ipp was second in 12:26.: Felicia 14:22. Kim Adams was 5th in vitational this Saturday, Oct. 11, in
Davis was 5th in 13:16.: Ramona Ten- It was a particulary good win for 14:45.: Christie Harrell was 6th in Jacksonville.
nant was 7th in 13:28.: Kim Adams the girls, says Coach George Loper. 15:09.: Robin Manning was 7th in
w.ts 10th in 13:58.: Christie Harrell Everybody improved their times on 15:36: Ashan Jenkins was 9th in Currently, the BIIS girl's team is
M.IS 11th in 14:04.: Robin Manning the very hilly FSU country club golf 16:12.: ranked 11th in the state in Class 3A.
uts 13th hi 14:20.: Ashan Jenkins was course.It "I consider this pretty good in a
lOt h in 15:25.; : was by far the best race of the rebuilding year" says Coach 1-oper.
season for both guys and girls, 'the BUS boys were fourth in the "We're not to the middle of the year
The Bradford boys placed 7th in Coach Loper says. At this point they meets won by Gainesville High with yet and we're steadily improving."
the I-2A Division. There were 30 are beginning to believe what they 26 points. Baker was second with 57 In the Gainesville Sun Tuesday,
schools, with some 250 boys running. can really do. They'll keep chipping points, Palatka was third with 63 Oct. 7, Lori Sapp was named "girl
Pensacola Christian won the boys away at those goals each week, the points, and BIIS was fourth with 81 cross country runner of the week"
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Saving a Touchdown..

. Bradford Pop Warner Teams Have Winning Weekend on Fieldblocked Cornerback Uarrin Paterson no. 32. moves in on KS: tight end Theo !I

Woulard at Just the right moment and slaps the football away an ex
(from page 9A) punt. Scott Durban also QuiirteroacK Padgett completed Cl'l1l'IIIampl: !' of pass defense. (Had Woul.tnl made the 'catch there I
and Eldric: Sconiers tackl- blocked a punt for the Cowboys. three passes for 98 yards and one Midgets Holl would hale been nobody between he and the goal. J
Fulgham his touchdown The Midgets finished the day in
Coach Steve Thomas says a 75-yard bomb to An- I
ed the Hawthorne QB in the end/one team still needs to work on execution thony Bright. fine fashion with a 25-6 win over Bel-
for a safely. They face Bel-Med away this "We started slow but finished Med.
John yards DeSue in the had first two half receptions and Lyndall form Saturday. strong," said Coach Ronnie Padgett Coach Gene Melvin praised his offensive BHS JV Shut out by St. Aug. I
"We fine line for the victory Wyatt
carried for 18 yards.Levelson got performances on the of- -
Hampton had carries for 48 11Itylill's! Win fensive 'line from Anthony Aaron, Collins, Malt Thompson Paul The Bradford High junior varsity :22.SA
seven four carries for The Cowboy Mity Mites pounded Donnie Allen, Pete Allen, Mitch Moody, Robert Hankerson and football team was shut out 21)-0 by has a ninth grade team also so
yards Willmgham/ four for 20 Hawthorne 29-6 last Saturday. Ames, Dameil Ames C.K Fuqua Kevin Woodard. the St.Augustine High jayvee in it was mostly sophomores playing
and Thomas
23 yards Leading the way for the Cowboyswas and Marcus Patray. Backs that blocked well on scoring St.Augustine the BHS combination of sophomoresand
yards.On Gordon had five running back Anthony Bright On defense: Brad Barber led the drives included: Larry Griffin, The Baby Tornadoes looked good freshman Coach Clyatt said. SA
defense Joe who picked up 62 yards on six car way with seven tackles and two Gerald Bradham, Pop Eye Thorntonand the first couple of series, says Coach wiis a little larger than BHS,he said.Tonight's .
hit two
tackles "one great intercep-Will- ries and scored a touchdown.M assists while Padgett, Houston Chuck Morrow Lanier Clyatt, but after that, they
lions and one fumble recovery Ika Brown added 13 yards on two Waldron and Tony Williams had four Leading rushers included: Reggie offensively and
_ in ham had five tackles "one greathit" carries Scoobie Padgett had 45 tackles each. Sheffield six carries for 41 yards, defensively, The defense! kept the Gam<>...
and one fumble recovery.Eldric yards on 13 carries Stephen Nichols "The whole team played great," Larry Griffin six carries for 38 Tornadoes In the two previous The Tornado JV hosts Inlerlachen
Kulgham had five tackles, fumble had 22-yards on three carries and Coach Padgett said. "We are very yards, and Gerald Bradham + six games which BHS won 60. 'on' Bradford Field at 7 p.m. tonight
Sconiers had two tackles, a and scored once. proud of all of them carries for 31 yards. The loss evens the BIIS jayvee at (Thursday Oct. 9)).
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Man ArrestedFor Joey L. Crews, 29, of Starke was Aderholt. Davis was released after a Robert Alan Wright of Jackson-
arrested Oct. 3 on two warrants of $500 surety bond was posted. ville was arrested Oct. 4 for driving "
Agg BatteryA worthless check according to Lt. Traffic while license suspended (DWLS), ,
Starke man was arrested Mon- Dempsey and Deputy Doug York. Dorothy K. Cutrer of Bostwickwas according Lt. Tillotson. Wright was
day morning after he allegedly Crews is chard with issuing bad arrested Oct.4 for driving under also charged with obstruction by
struck another man with a board checks to Randall Wheeler. He was influence and careless driving according disguised person (using brother'slicense
during a fight. released after a $500 surety bond to Trooper Phillip! ). Wright was released aftera EAR ,,E'EAAe. f!
$735 surety bond was posted.
Richard Ernest Blanton was was posted. Kraszewski. Cutrer was arrested
charged Oct. 6 with aggravated bat- after she ran off the roadway into a
tery at 1:40: a.m., according to Barbara Reese Davis, 46, of ditch. Cutrer's blood alcohol content Phillip Allen Taylor, 19, of Starkewas Jo Ann'sA
Patrolman Richard Splitt. Starke was arrested Oct. 3 on a was .26 percent. She was released arrested Oct. 6 for DWLS, according i
Police were called to a fight at an capias from Okaloosa County charg- after a $362.50 sureLY bond was to Sgt. Greg Nichols. After A Speciality Gift Shop
apartment on North Tom pie. Blan- ing worthless check,according to In- posted. his arrest he was additionally charged ,.8f5i\1 i '
ton told Daren Hillard to leave,as he vestigator David Aderholt. Davis on a capias with no tag (failure to Have You Heard????
got to the bottom of the stairway, was released on a $250 surety bond. Larry Gene Buttrey of Brookerwas appear), according to Lt. Glen Jo Ann's is moving on up the road!
Hillard broke a railing and con- arrested Oct. 4 for no validdriver's Moore. Bond for the charges was set
Curtis Addison Davis,50,of Starkewas To: 504 W. Call Street, Starke, Florida
tinued to walk away at which time license and no tag accor- at $207. he was released on his ownrecognizance.
Blanton went after Hillard with a arrested Oct. 3 on two counts of ding to Marshal Tommy Raulerson. OPEN NEW LOCATION: OCTOBER 13
board. When Hillard saw the boardhe worthless check from Okaloosa Bond was set at $147.75, he was New Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9:30-5:30: ; Sat. 9:30.4
took out a knife, at which time County, according to Investigator released on his own recognizance. Sec Pane 12B I'I
Blanton allegedly struck Hillard
twice with board causing a lacera-
tion to his skull, said Splitt.
Hillard was taken to Bradford Ii.
Hospital and Blanton was arrested,
according to Splitt.
Bond was set at $1,000, Blanton
was released on his own ABOUT
recognizance. FEEL GOOD BEEF !

Lawtey Man ArrestedIn

Furniture BurglaryA If you know what's good for you then \/ '
know about beef. Beef is food for i t.. '
23-year-old Lawtey man was arrested I D I DAYS you 1
Oct. 2 and charged with steal- fitness power-packed with protein. -
ing furniture last spring. L A And the best beef you can buy is W-D : o.
Merchandise taken from the Brad- e h
ford Furniture Factory on US-301 I MANUFACTURER'S I Brand U.S. Choice Beef from VIinn-
north of Starke during two breakinsin WEEK DIXIE. We make sure our beef Is ,.
April and May was recovered the r '
first of June but the suspect had naturally aged for tenderness and t:
eluded authorities until last Thurs O PO NS FLORIDAONLY flavor, and specially cut with a ,,,,
day, according to Lt. Glen Moore quarter-inch trim for more meat, less r ti "' "
and Deputy Doug York. !
Beef Month, ;
Approximately 65 pieces of rattan fat. And now during "
furniture, including tables, chairs you'll find some of the best prices I r tl

and bar stools was recovered from DOUBLE COUPONS GOOD IN JACKSONVILLE. ......,,.....,,..."."- .......:.=.'.=..UL y0/"ww MNbo.la.u ever on steaks roasts, ground beef I ,
ten different homes in the Reno section CLAY COUNTY FERNANDINA, ST.: AUGUSTINE, .-....<.-_-.... _--.._. ""_.-...... .... _.._.... ....._ I
of Starke. The value of the fur- STARKE, LIVE OAK, LAKE CITY, GAINESVILLES, '..,.......... ....'".<. -' ...,.... .<"...-....c.--......-... and more. So stock up, save, and feel
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Beef from WINK-
Charles Edward Lee faces +- -r-:f t"
charges of burglary and grand theft 3. M4a
according to Deputy York. Bond for .., I
each charge was set at $2,000, Lee
remains in the custody of the county

P. BradleyGets

More ChargesL.

P. Bradley, charged with three
counts of trafficking in cocaine Sept.
26, was additionally charged Oct. 6 1 1
with two counts of trafficking in cocaine 1
according to FDLE Agent W.
H. Miles. ,
The additional charges stem froman
investigation prior to his arrest
said Miles.
Bradley was released after a
$2,000 surety bond was posted. .

Starke Man ArrestedFor

Taking Dirt Bikes

James Lee Martin 18, was arrested -

grand John Hodges.theft Sept.,according 26 and charged to Patrolman with r-::=--- 1(; r ;i I

Martin and three juveniles were FOLGERS COFFEE -' '
found with two dirt bikes which were
stolen from Kawasaski Lake City !
$ -808 Star-Kfst
Sept. 15. The foursome were detained -
in Lake City after they were ; I.llI.BAG "1'1 '
found with a three-wheeler Sept. 15 ; y GRADE A FRESH I I
but were released by authorities. WHOLEFRYERS
They returned to Starke but later the ,y' ,
same night returned to Lake City DECAFFEINATED I II
and took the dirt bikes, according to INNATeRoOIL SMOKDPORK
the report. I LIGHT CHUNK ( ,
Bond for Martin was set at$1,000, STARK 1ST SHOULDER C
he was released on his own
recognizance. iIiiB! I BAS.,t $389 TUNA PICNIC LB, I II

Recent Bradford ArrestsIn CountyThe 1 26112'01 $1 00 8 8 c u.w Fryer ix.r.mwn Ugquarters urx..I L& 48 f fFo

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coveyance arrested or structure Oct. 3 for,according trespass in to PEPSI; 2LTR. $108 TROPICAL DELICIOUS SIRLOIN TIP BONILISS$947

Lt. William Tillotson. Burton was COLA . BTL 64 11. S8e 6Se
found in a Pioneer Electric pickup FRUIT DRINKS. siZE APPLES . LR ROAST . La
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behind the business on US301. Bond CHEK 19 $199 KOUNTRYCOOKI 1 SELECT' SIRLOIN TIp $ 67
was set at $100.75, he remains in DRINKS & 12oZ. 99 68

i Robert E. Hinerman, 35, with no RIOULAR or LIOHT All FLAVORS SHANK er BUTT
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Sapp, a former Bradford County Charlotte County," Hathaway told ?e.
lawman who went on to become the Charlotte Herald News after the
sheriff in Charlotte County, Florida, unanimous verdict on Sapp's In-
completed a sometimes nightmarish nocence by the Second District Courtof : &r-
odyssey August 29 when he was Appeal in Tampa. "The evidencein ,
reinstated to his position after being court indicated that the county
indicted by a county grand jury for netted $14,475 from fines generated _
grand theft. from the use of the plane.'
Sapp, 40, received statewide pro- The path to proving his innocencewas
minance for his self-declared "waron a notable path and out of the ordinary rct
drugs" in Charlotte County, in Sapp was convicted in a trial
which he became best known in of- but that conviction was later ruled to
fice for starting controversial have been made in error or in confu-
"reverse sting" operations in which sion. A new trial was ordered. Instead
undercover agents sell drugs to of following the trial judges'
suspected dealers then bust the order, the state prosecutors appealed -
dealers. his decision and lost. The pro- .. '. ..,
The operations resulted in hun- secutors not only lost in their bid to
dreds of arrests and the confiscation block a new trial, they lost face when
of hundreds of thousands of dollars three appellate judges addressed the ,
in cash from busted drug deals and merits of the state s case and ruled
cars, boats and other physical assets that the prosecutors had not proven
used by convicted drug dealers. that a crime had been committednor lie's Back...
For his efforts Sheriff Sapp!received that Sapp had committed the In n Iriiunpli.int return, (hailoltc
commendations from hIs peers crime for which he had been con- Count}' Sliciilf and former Iti.uU'oidCounty
and praise from local victed in
organizations the lower court.
l'I'!>ld'lIl Glenn! K.ipp (Iin bat
including the local newspaper. The unanimous court decision, lend pickup truckfound a loyal
That level of support made it all which was handed down by District welcome wailillfor| /( I him wlioii he
the more surprising when Sheriff Appeal Court Judge Monteray returned to office lifter a IVinonthsuspension. :
Sapp was indicted by a Charlotte Campbell,stating"the problem with \
County Grand Jury in April, 1985 for the state's theory.. is that whife the It was Ills fiist day back l lo Work LW1
grand theft. evidence may be construed to showa after an appeals court ouli'it-d his> g ?
The charges against Sheriff Sapp benefit to Sapp, there is no acquittal on a grand Ilicft loin i<'lion '
came just five months after the evidence that would support a fin- in &'pl. l'IK5.!
popular sheriff posted more than a ding that Charlotte County was In the picture to lie i'Ighth11 i : he
2-to-l election margin over his deprived of the use or the value of i...tul.lIl.tllo offli Sapp t'luTit'. with
nearest opponent.Sapp's the money." him a "big( tit'k" I-h(> ('II to him l b\ his
troubles began in 1981 as It went on to say, "while the con- supporters when his legal( problems
his war on drugs was escalating. duct of Sapp arguably may not have stalled some I'> months perilously. /
Sapp and three Charlotte County been as responsible as it might as a ('llIh'hillthe/ gift( Oil his return
deputies purchased a two-seat, public officer,and while it may show Sapp promised his own "Ilig/ Slick" rPhoto
single engine airplane to be used by that he benefited from that conduct, policy when he made it clear lie was
sheriff's deputies for the depart- it is insufficient to establish the "back to stay" and hi could continue
ment. In 1983 the airplane was sold criminal intent find '
necessary to to \\aK(( .in uiue.isipin( war to
to local resident Donald Rogers,who him guilty of grand theft..." lid our schools and stieets t from illegal
then leased the plane back to thesheriff's Sapp, a former investigator for the dings."
department.Court state attorney's office in Bradford
records from the case in- County, filed a motion with Governor -
dicate that the sheriff's departmentthen Bob Graham's office for his .
paid $1,252 for' fuel, $601 for reinstatement as sheriff immediately Chariot By H.r.ld MiW Smith Naw.
repairs and maintenance, $1,201 for after the court's decision. 7 Be Wise. .
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below is the hunting calen- and Columbia counties.. Sportsmen are reminded to consult Management Area September NO-WAX VINYL FLOORING
dar for the 1986-87 hunting season In January 12 -- Third phase of dove the Florida Hunting Handbookfor 27--October 19; Osceola Wildlife
addition to chronological listing, season closes. complete regulations, permit Management Area November 1-9;
hunts are listed by species and by January 18 Second phase of duck and license requirements. Also, hun- Opens in Baker and Columbia counties -
type of hunt.Quebtions. and coot season closes. ting seasons for wildlife management only November 15-January 11. A
concerning hunting January 19 -Special scaup season areas may differ from regular Duck and Coot First phase
dates, commission regulations or opens in designated areas. hunting seasons. Sportsmen should November 26-30; Second phase
rules can be answered by our January 25 Deer season closes in obtain individual management area December 15--January 18; In Leon
regional office personnel Northwest region; wild hog season regulations and maps from the Commission County and on Lake Miccosukee in \1 I.
throughlout the state. Their toll-free closes in Northwest region. for details. Jefferson County, waterfowl hunting fP rebate
numbers are: South Region, January 26 .- Woodcock season Counties in the Northwest Region is permitted only on Wednesdays,
I.akcland--l-800-282-8002 ; closes. include Escambia, Santa Rosa, Saturdays and Sundays during the
Everglades Region, West Palm January 31-- Special scaup season Pkaloosa.! _Walton Holmes. open season. In addition to those
Ueach--l-800-432-2046; Central closes. Washington, Bay, Jackson, Calhoun, days, waterfowl hunting Is permit.
\Region, Ocala--1.800.342.20( ; Northeast February 7 -. Special archery and Gulf, Franklin, Liberty, Gadsden, ted this year on November 27-28;
Region, Lake mUlzlcJoadmg gun season opens in Wakulla, Leon and Jefferson. December 25-26, December 29.30;
City-1-800-342-8105; Northwest Northwest region. and January 1-2; Also, steel shot Is m
Region, Panama February 15 -- Second phase of 19HH-H7 FLORIDABUNTING required in many areas. Hunters )
CMy--l-8UO-342-1676. closes CALENDAR should check with the regional of
crow season ; Snipe season
October 4-- Archery season opens. closes. Seasons fices of the Game and Fresh Water
statewide except in that portion of February 22 -- Special archery an4mu.leloading Archery October 4-November 2, Fish Commission to become
the state south of Slate Road 72 to gun season closes in except: south of State Road 72 to Ar- familiar with steel shot areas
Arcadia and State Road 70 to Fort Northwest region. cadia and State Road 70 to Fort Crow First phase November P' i itp
Pierce. March 1 1-- Bobcat, otter and mink Pierce; September 6-October 5 in 1-January 4; Second phase (Saturdays -
First phase of mourning dove and season closes. the remainder of the state and Sundays only) January ,-
white-Nsmged dove season opens. March 8 -- Quail season closes; Special Archery and 10-February. 15; Third phase
Legal shooting hours are noon to gray squirrel season closes; fox muzzleloading gun Northwest (Saturdays and Sundays only) May
sunset! only during this phase Daily squirrel season closes. region only February 722. 16-October 18.
bag limit is 12, no more than four of March 21 -- Spring turkey season Falconry Mourning doves and Deer Northwest Region,
which may be white-winged doves. white-winged dove..September November 15--January 25; Other
Possession limit is 24, no more than opens April 26 -- Spring turkey season 27--December 5; Purple gallinulesare regions, November IS-January 11 ;
eight of which may be whitewingeddoves. closes. protected and may not be taken Antlerless deer hunting in 9r'7i y'
May 16 -. Third phase of crow at any time; Woodcock-October designated areas statewide
I Licensed hunters may begin season opens, Saturdays and Sundays 25-December 8; Snipe November November 2930. Save $2.00
I toughening or training free-running only.October. 1--February IS; Duck and coot October Dove First phase (noon to per
deer dogs on this date during 18 -- Third phase of crow 7-November 21; Migratorygame sunset) October 4-26; Second phaseall > Tarkett No-Wax Vinyl Flooring:
daylight hours. However, the season closes birds may be taken from one- ( day) November 15-Novemher
trainers may not carry or use gunsor skunks half hour before sunrise to sunset 30; Third phase (all day) December v I IH-TIVIk INLAID FLOORING'" CfcLt-BRITV" INLAID FIOOK1NOInl
bows while their d Raccoons, opossums, -"' '4 ,1 I. iulirmili.1 I., I l.ii' .1 Our Ihlckeil Mll.nJ lime W. Ihlckt r
training logs nutria, beavers and rabbits may betaken Muzzleloading gun November 13--January 12. L I M I T E D 1,1, ,Inn i than ordpn.ir) mldij llmirsI .
Also, training deer dogs. during this in wildlifemanagement 7-9. Early Duck Season September II[ FIIME I ,in tl.i.k (.iiir.lirtii \? Wan Cuditliiin NoV\m V\c irliyir UMHSv |
_ period is not permittee! on wildlife year-round except 20-.24; During the early season, the h'ARRANTI \. ifmiIM! ust. s s\ull ,,,slams muffs elan"and Ifldinno
areas. u oulmrfrv inldidfi tin 1 Covered by Tarketl'i lt-ye w irnnl\
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specifically authorized. Vaca racoon and round-tailed HUNTING CAI.ENDtRSpecies one of which may be of a species\ Come in today, for once-in-a-lifetime savings.
October 5 -- Archery season closes muskrat. may not be taken at anytime other than teal or wood dark till..nd.. *.i>tvml b ii I B. Ira tlIa mdllmmn> rebut band .punhaw ul KM) >d.-ffifnlmum punh.* 12 W yJa
south of State Road 72 to Arcadia Black Bear Apalachicola Wildlife :. SB. Pay. 68
I and State Read 70 to Fort Pierce
Jell IxCUU lie wxkl most experctexd 1kssi ng conlpaliy.
October 19 -- Black bear hunt
closes:: Apalachicola Wildlife Deer hunters flourescent
:Management Area wear orange;

October 23 -- Deer dog 1 training this ', sportsmen who plan to ment areas. The 'daylight florescent orange
period closes hunt deer on Florida's wildlife Daylight florescent orange (also clothing requirement does not apply I TEAL TILE & CARPET
October First of
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1 Black bear hunt an outer garment above the requiring deer hunters to wear the deer. However, all hunters maybe Starke Florida
opens in Osceola Wildlife Management accidents. I
waist The new law also requires color can reduce hunting 1 ,
_ \rea; Snipe season opens; daylight lion-scent orange clothing Camouflage-type daylight florescent required to wear hunter orangeon 1I
First phase of crow season opens. for who orange does not meet specificationsof I 964-7423
everyone accompanies a
November 2 -- Archery season deer hunter into wildlife the new statute, which goes into some federal property such as I
ends north .ut State Road manage
72 lo Arcadia effect Oct 1.DENMARK military bases.
and Slate !toad 70 to Fort .
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November 7 .- Mu//leloading gun
season opens\ statewide
Novmoher 9 '- Rail and gallinule
season closes; mu//leloadinu gun
season closes, black bear hunt I o-
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15 Quail SIMSOII!
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November 26 -- First phase of duck
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permitted only on Wednesdays.
Saturdays and Sundays! during the SAWYB PUERTO RICAN
open season. In addition, waterfowl -
hunting in those areas is permitted tIARK rum -
November 27-28, December 25-26 _
December 29-30, and January-2 1.1\,1i'\ -
Waterfowl hunters are required to .. LITER & DARt< -
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St Johns. County I mil waters northof
Guana Dam on all national
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I"aj e6 KSKLTIUN October 9, IUH6 .

I Crawford granddaughter. ,; joins- march for Global Disarmament

lSy Anne |>onholU ficulties. But they have since she moved to California,and besides and homes, our incomes and com- week or two in November.
UtM Editor regrouped and with Carole as budget marching everyday, she Is budget forts, for nine months as we cross "Some day I'll be able to look
Winifred Crawford ot Keystone director, things seem to be going in director for the group. the United States," says the back at my life and tell my childrenand
Heights is proud of what her the right direction. Each morning at 7 a.m. the peace literature of The Great Peace March grandchildren I did this,"
oldest granddaughter, Carole The group is made up of marchers disassemble their "Peace for Global Nuclear Disarmament. Carole has been quoted as saying.
Schmidt 25, is doing. The pride Mrs y volunteers many of whom have City" and pack up for another day of "Our purpose is to educate and".;) "This will have an effect on
Crawford feels goes beyond the given up lucrative careers; in orderto walking. They try to average about demonstrate our conviction that everything I do in my life from this
everyday pride grandmothers are participate in the cause. It is run 15 miles a day. The march officially there Is hope, and that each in- point on."
noted for having for their grand by donations and Carole has said the begins each morning as four flagsare dividual can make a difference." As the day draws closer for the
children. But what Carole is doing is costs run about $2,200 p day to feed raised and carried by flag- "We believe that by walking Great March to reach Washington,
very unusual. the 650 marchers. bearers at the front of the march. together we will be one step closer to anticipation grows. Exactly what
National newspapers) and They have received help from The flag-bearers carry the a world free of nuclear weapons anda they will do once they reach
magazines: have carried stories T celebrities in a very generous way. American flag the United Nations world free.of war," the material Washington has not yet been fully
about Carole. She, along with 650 Paul Newman has given $25,000; flag, the flag of the state the marchis says. decided, but Carole hopes President
others,young and old alike, are mar I ly'r Yolto Ono, $10,000 and Robert Redford in and the march's own banner. On October 9 the group will be Reagan will see them. And in
ching the breadth of the United $5,000. And along the way, according "We walk together to call attention heading toward Reading, PA. It's Keystone Heights, Winifred
States. to newspaper accounts, they to a danger so urgent and so been a long walk. They anticipate Crawford will be anxiously awaitingtoo
Carole is part of The Great Peace have raised money from local town serious that we have given up jobs reaching Washington, DC the first as the march nears Washington.
folks who have the
same gut feelings
March for Global Nuclear Disarmament fI
about nuclear disarmament as the
a marchers have.If .
Mrs. Crawford, who has lived in you haven't heard about the
this area for 30 years resides on march, you will probably be hearing
Lake Santa Fe. For 18 years she wasa _. ._ about it the first of November;as the ORIAN WELLSChevroletOldsmobile H
real estate broker in Keystone u group nears the end of its journey
Heights. Carole, 25, has visited this and marches into Washington, DC. li
area often. Carole's mother Carole Schmidt "I don't understand why the pressin = /
Patricia, lived in this area for some tions ot this country.It the Southern states haven't pickedup
time, Mrs. Crawford said until she on it," Mrs. Crawford said.
U.S. 301 North Starke 964.7500 Gainesville 372-0103 Jacksonville 282.4522
Carole is of Glenbard
married a naval officer from a graduate
Jacksonville( all began in March of this year South and the University of Chicago.She
when a group started out from was a campaign ,worker forWalter
Mrs. Crawford said she is very California headed toward Mondale when he made his SPRINT
thrilled and excited about what Washington, DC. At first the bid for the presidency in 1984. six 6oe Go"q1eq
Carole is doing for the future genera- organization ran into some dif Following her work with Mondale, 4t

. Lake Butler's John Whitehead Volunteers Time to PRIDEThe II

Union Agricultural Advisory agricultural industries at Union Cor- outlined recommendations made by
Committee, a volunteer group of restional Institution. the committee that are being implemented '
Florida that may
agricultural specialists John
advises Prison Rehabilitative In- Committee Chairman in the poultry, timber,
dustries and Diversified Enter- Whitehead, self-employed farmer beef, crop and swine industries
prises, Inc. (PRIDE), met recentlyto managed by PRIDE and operatedby
review progress for theN and cattleman in Lake Butler prison inmates.


Hunting daysfrom -

page 4 Bobcat, Otter and Mink madillo, Skunk, Nutria, Beaver,
Possession limit during the special December l--March 1; Evergladesmink Frog, Turtle (except Gopher Tortoise $599.00 DOWN Spend as little
season is eight, no more than two of may not be taken at any time. ) rabbit May be taken year-
which may be of a species other than round except in wildlife manage (
teal or wood duck. Gopher Tortoise October ment areas; Key Vaca raccoon, 167.00 as 25 ; a ay r
Rail and Florida Gallinule 1-January 1-The taking of gopher weasel and round-tailed muskrat PER MONTH*
September l--November 9; Purple tortoises is prohibited south of State may not be taken at any time.
gallinules are protected and may not Road 72 to Arcadia and State Road for gasoline.credit. .
be taken at any time. 70 to Fort Pierce, and in the Fox May be chased with dogs by Call in for pre-approved
Wild Hog (where classified as Apalachicola, Ocala and Osceola licensed hunters year-round but
game) Northwest Region, National Forests.Racoon may not be taken by trapping or 964-7500 __ ,
November 15-January 25; Other Coyote Opossum, Ar- shooting at any time.
regions, November 15-January 11. 1t) '
Quail November 15--March 8. 'fl'r
Scaup (Bluebill) Designatedareas AMVET POST 86 r(0
only, January 1931. (
Snipe November l--February 15. Keystone Heights L; _4 _
Gray Squirrel Opens statewide Oldsmobileat
November 15--March 8. __

Fox Squirrel November TURKEY SHOOT 60 at 11.25 APR '599 Down, Cash or Trade Quality.Feel.
15-March 8, except in Lee, Hendry,
Palm Beach, Monroe, Collier, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11 at 10 a.m.Sportsman's .
Broward and Dade counties.

11.Turkey November 15-January Club (Keystone Airport) VE ..

Spring Turkey Bearded or gob- LAS VEGAS NIGHT 7 PM Decade 8O"
bler only, March 21-April 26.
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Jergens 3 oz. bars, 128 oz. Family 30W oil or Type A ATF. Monday Friday
Dollar Pink Fabric Softener, 40 TYPE P ON DEXRON II ATP 32 oz. ammonia solid or 7 oz. sprayoz. r 964-5826 964.5827 .
All Fabric Purex Bleach. KCO. i.ia. .99 3 pk. scrub pads air freshener I 8:00: a.m. 1:00: p.m.

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1984 OLDS BROUGHAM, like n.w. load. ,
ed. $8900. 964.8484. 9/11 tfnchg 1976 16' REGAL TRI HULL with 85 h.p.
1981 OLD CUTLASS SUPREME $3,000. Mercury and trailer. $1800. Dale EXPERIENCED NURSING ASSISTANTS: '
Brown. 964,6050. 10/2 tfn needed at Whispering Pines Care Ctr. --
964.8083. 9/25 tfnchg 1984 DESTINY MH with fireplace I
CADILLACS, MERCEDES Porsche, etc. Call Susan Cook 9646220. EOE. 12/5TF Bedroom and more. Take ave rWiU

direct from Government., Seized In LAND FOR SALELOT EXPERIENCED clean SALESPERSON: honest, payments. Call 782-3358 after 6 p.m /J !larLREALTY
cut A MUST! References required
drug raids. Available your area. Save 3/20 TF
$thousands 216-453-3000 Ext. A42S9. ; possible $25,000 first year. Ap NEW & USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy
10/2 2tpd 10/9 IN CITY) $6,000. Call 964-5764; after ply D 8 S Motors, 207 N. Temple' No Wells at SSW Mobile Homes. 964.6407
1972 BLAZER 4x4, V-8, just tuned up, 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn phone calls 4/3 TF or 964 6408. 8/14 tfnrw
3-lpeed trans., poi. tran, rearend PUTNAM COUNTY Mobile home lots REAL ESTATE LICENSING only 4 weeks, 12X60 W/ 6X12 EXPANDO- BR, 2 full
heavy duty auxiliary, Runs GOOD well septic tank near St. John's River Call 1.755.4040. N. Fla. Real Estate Col. baths, all electric, 3 ton AC, skirting. PHONE 964.7776
needs some body work. Great for hun $5995.00$195 down $69 monthly lege. 7/3TFN Asking, 55500.473.2152.9/11 tfnchg
ting. Also, good: AM/FM toss radio Simpson Realty Palatka ((904)) 3000 GOVERNMENT JOBS LIST $16,040 3 BR, 1'I' BA MOBILE HOME In Keystone Cecelia 205 N. Temple, Starke
Call icon 86.316 $59,230/yr. Now Hiring. Call No down T erw III_gar
$1200. 964-4037 day or 964.4430 3255351. payment, take overpayments
after 5:30.: Ask for Tudy 10/2 4tjo 4/30 MOBILE HOME AND, SINGLE FAMILY 805.687.6000 Ext. R5504. 8/21 Btpd For more Informatln call
1976 AMC HORNET $350. Call 964.8134 home sites. $100 down, from $39/mo. 10/9 964 5647. 10/9 2tchg 10/16 National Association of Realtors said the average existing -

10/9 Itpd High rolling, wooded mobile home and GOVERNMENT, both JOBS skilled!II I Now and hiring In. MOBILE HOME FOR SALE OR RENT) home is more affordable now than at any time in
area unskilled.For
1983 TOYOTA TERCEL speed am/fin, single family home sites; from 2995. your Doublewlde on Sampson Lake. 3 BR,
AC runs good. Looks like newt! Call 80' by 115' average lot; Country setting list of jobs and application call 1'A 1 BA, quiet neighborhood. Call after the last eight years, due to steady mortgage rates and a
964.6172 after 7 p.m. 10/9 ,if nsw ; 22 miles east of Gainesville. Trout ((615)) 383.2627 Ext. J507 fcan 86.311 5 p.m. 964.8765. 10/9 1 Itpd slight drop in the median resale price.

1973 OLDSMOBILE, Delta 88. New Lake Village unit II, P.O. Box 838:' nterlachen. MANAGER. NEEDED for conveniencestore. 1982 HARTFORD MOBILE HOME. 2 BR, \N\..V.\N._..rNM.NNNNMNNNNMINNM.M.SPECIAL .
radiator brakes transmission Florida 32048. Muriel J, Only experienced need apply. 1/, BA, 14x50. $500 down S take overpayments
Good Pep-O Food Store, 620 S. Walnut, 533.3430 964.6863. 10/9
overhaul air. condition Front Hale Licensed Broker Toll Free or
end accident, needs body work only. 18002454585. Open 7 days a week. TRANSCONTINENTAL Starke. 9/18 tfnchg JOB 1 Itchg OWNER MUST MOVE Cedar board and batten, fireplace, j
Best offer. 964.8740 after 5 10/2 AD19650Bfcan 86.312PERSONAL SEARCH has 12 x 53 MOBILE HOME 2 bedroom 1
I Itpd p.m. companies who are hiring Immediately bath, cential' heat, 18,000 BTU window range, refrlg., d/w, CH/A, fenced yard city water & .sewer j

1986 TOYOTA 4x4, very low mileage, SERVICESCHAIN for trades and professional work. Entry unit refiig., stove 2000. Firm. approx.. 1,456 sq. ft. Assum. mortgage, $58,500..vv.NNNNNN.wrNNwNr. .
level/degreed up to $32.60/hr. ((308)) 964 Mil 10/9 : \N
am/fm cassette stereo. Call after 4p.m. 2tchg 10/16
9648046. 10/9 Itpd 3823700. Fee for list fcan 86.309 UNCROWDED LIVING: 2/1 Frame cottage on fTva nice lots

1973CHEVY TON pickup 350 V-8, LINK FENCE: Installed, Free SOUTHERN CONNECTION. Rock-n- Kingsley Lake Village, $30,500.

auto, $650. 7823449. 10/9 ltchgMOTORCYCLES estimates Handy-Man Reddish. Fence Co. roll/Country band needs bass and lead -'- GET AWAY TO LIVING-CB home with 2.25: acres CH&A with
Owner Tommy 964.8559 tfn gulter player. Also need keyboard COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors, windows, player. 964 4099 or 511 N. Church St. approx. 1,456 sq. ft. SE 34th Ave.

964-607B. Orders also taken In Lake INCOME for part-time home prox. 103'x770' Selling price $18,900 ea. $2,000 down, monthly j

1979 KZ 1000 fully dressed, excellent Butler. 496.3079 and Keystone Heights, assembly work. For Info call NORTHWEST CORNER OF Call & Thompson payment approx. $220. ((10% for 10 )
? ."-._shape.$1,600. Can be seen at 204 N. 473 4973, 2/26 IfnWANT 504.641.8003 ext 9579. 10/2 4tpd 10/23 Streets. : 2 story masonry building. years
St. Clair St., Starke after 2 p.m. 10/9 TO DRINK? PLANT LOVERSIII Earn extra cash, Clyde. W, Simpson. 356.6849. 4/IOTF EXCELLENT BUY 80 ACRES-$96,000 Heavy pines, 20 acres|
3tpd 10/23 THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS "Beautiful plants, "meet new people, 3 RETAIL STORES for lease, Highway 301 cleared barn
WANT TO STOP? flexible hours. FENSMORE South 413.3627 or 9648848. 5/8TF fenced on St. Rd. 235 near New River.


Alcoholics Anonymous 305-886-2367. fcan 86.314 both avail' Oct. 1. Adjacent to Brad with fireplace, formal living & dining room, utility room, Ac.
REAL ESTATE 96441509446219 HOMETOWN T.V., 617 N. Temple Ave. ford Courthouse. $200 mo. Call cess to beautiful Crystal Lake.
- pd thru 11/15 Wanted: Driver/collector. Apply inperson.
964 4667 9/11

cleaned, oiled & adjusted. $15. Used BABYSITTER WANTED: need experienced doublewlde-Sampson Lake Access, $35,000.SO .

270 SOUTHEAST ALABAMA ACRES sewing machines for sale James reliable sitter for 9 month old. M-F YOU WANT THE FINEST-Handsome cedar & stone inj
within 2 miles 46,000 acre Lake Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy 8 a.m. noon. In my home, Hampton. --
Lakewood with access to Crosby Lake. Over 3,000 ft., 4 BR,
16, Starke. 9648733. 12/5tfn 4682308. 10/9 10/16 sq.
TING. Creek, $81,000 TERMS, UNITED HANDYMAN: carpentry painting, electrical AGGRESSIVE ASSOCIATES WANTED. gentle, on Gnffis Loop. Has been well 2 BA, LR, DR, kitchen with eating area, family room with!

FARM, P.O. Box 755, Troy Alabama. complete home repair. United Realty. of Starke. 964.8447. 10/9 taken care of. needs good home. We fireplace, fans In most rooms, CH&A, sky lights, patio, double]
205566.1870 or 205.735.2442. (can Reasonable rates Licensed contractor. Itchg have kill animals.
people here who garage, sun porch, over an acre of land, $97,000.
06.318 Call Mitch 4733940. 1/9tfn PART-TIME experienced blindstitch pant Please he if would
call If Is
SOUTH GEORGIA, 30 acres open land TIRED OF PAINTING YOUR HOME? Call hemmers, flexible hours. Apply In person want him,, 964.6386.yours 10/9 1 ItpdMISCELLANEOUS you IDEAL HOME FOR LARGE FAMILY-S.E. 24th Ave. (off Rd. 100

pasture woods, pond fenced highway 964.6766, Homes Beautiful of N. Fla. to Starke Uniform Manufacturing East) 2.7 ac., 5 BR, 3 BA, living room, dining room, kitchen, [

frontage, secluded 2,300 sq. ft. home.42't We will tell you how to avoid that job Co. 441 E. Brownlee St. 10/9 2tchg eat-In area or study, den, office, all appliances drapes, large,
living dining, den fireplace, and increase the value of your home. 10/16 I'A
attractive deck fish with fish I
overlooking a acre pond
-- -- quarter
heat work motel
country kitchen, garage, pump. 5/1 tin to In
9124529723. fcan 86.313 VISA/MASTERCARD.G your card TO. and live In. No pets 3'/s' miles north of FREE .i 1 baby rabbits, white w/black JOY TO LIVE IN: Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH/A, 3 BR, 2 BA,

DAY! Also New Credit Card, NO ONE Starke on 301. 9647184. 10/2 tfnchg eyes a jars 964.4274 before 2:15: p.m spacious LR with fireplace, gracious Fla. room, utility room, |

REFUSED! Call 1518459.3546 ext. aA skylights, 2 utility bldgs., privacy fence. $44,000.AN .
C3377. 24 Hrs. 9/25 3tpd 10/9

Licensed, Insured and bonded. All .3 Br., 2 Ba., CH&A, LR, DR, family room & screened In pat, > ,

types. of roofing and repairs Money HOME FOR FAMILY ENJOYMENT-Lovely brick colonial home, '
back if unable leak. Accelerated Inc.
OWN YOUR OWN Jean-Sportswear, Mobile guarantee Home tool! 485.1556,485.1016 to stop Realty off Geiger Rd.-4 bedrooms 2 baths-approx. 2700 sq. ft.-10.U9 j

ladles apparel, children/maternity, or 374-1443 anytime. 9/11 tfnchg acres-many amenities

or large accessories sizes, petite store., dancewear/aeroblc Jordache, Chic, GIVE. YOURSELF A BREAK, call Phone : 964-4544 THE GREAT GET-A-WAY: We are proud to offer a handsome |

Lee, Levi!, Izod Guano, Guess, Calvin 964 small 6993-no or large housekeeping, 9/25 3tpd 10/9 job Is too brick & cedar home on 37Vi acres, 4 BR 2Va bath, plus a nice ]

Klein, Servio Valente, Evan Picone, Liz barn energy efficient, $133,000. Ideal for horses.
EXPERIENCED mature lady wants to
Claiborne, Members Only, Gasoline, babysit, assist elderly, or companionship 1520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( South) Starke Florida ) WALK TO EVERYTHING! 1032 E. Call St 3 BR, 1'/ bath,
Healthtex, over 1 1000 others. $14,300 to during the day. References. Call Homes Lots Acreage Waterfront
$45,000. Extra large
Training, fixtures,
$25,900 Inventory after 6:30 9644913. 9/25 ItpdI Farms CommercialNo
grand opening, etc. Can open 15 days : p.m. 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd.
Mr. LougKlln ((612)) 8884228. 10/9 Itpd my home, days. 964.7321.your 10/2 2tchg Charge to List Your Property for Sale Owner will finance $82,322. A smart Florida Investment.
1000 SUNBEDS. SUNAL-WOLFF SYSTEMS. Call and discuss It with us. South Bradford I
10/9 INVESTORS: 438 Acres In County. Partially
the Best. Direct from manufac-
turer.Buy Save Thousands. While They BABYSITTING In my home. Monday. GREAT HANDYMAN SPECIAL Just a little work to make this a fine home.! subdivided highway frontage, close to school, $1,000 per ]

just,. Commercial l ft Residential. Sun. 964-7562.through 10/9 Friday.Itpd Saratoga-f Hgts Not far from town, large shade trees.... 4 JR.} *2 BA, large living room One! acre. Hardwood trees. Developer's dream I
-ii, l quest Lamp & Trevor Island Lotions. work at acre, high and dry, 27900. J PRIME EXECUTIVE OFFICES ON US 301 near Edwards Rd.
18002286292. fcan 86-308 HOUSECLEANING: Superior GOOD LOCATION Mobile home on Hwy. 16E, 3 BR, 2 BA, CH/A, well 81
OPEN YOUR OWN beautiful children reasonable rates. Provide my own septic, $35,000.RETIREMENT Seven thousand four hundred forty six sq. ft. in Bldg. with 150

store. Infant to pre-teen. Nationally transportation., Mon. Frl.Call Ask 964.6421 for Mary 8 a.m., 10/9 5p.m HOME-QUIET SETTING Frame 2 BR, 1 BA stove, ] | on Hwy 301 by 254' deep Parking space for 30 cars. $199,000!I

known brands. Her Majesty Donmoor, refrigerator. dishwasher, fan, heat S air, $25,500
Healthtex, Lee, Levi), Doe Spun, Nan WE BUY, SELL ft SERVICE TV's, VCR's. NEAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Brick, 3 BR, 2 BA hving-dining--kitchen|
nette Jordache, Rob Roy, Billy the Kid Campbells Electronics, 132 E. Call St combo stove and carpets. $39,900. I NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Club-for development.
and many more. Furniture and accessories 9644045. 10/9 2tpd 10/16 NORTHWOOD CLOSE TO CITY Brick, 5 BR, 2 BA, large kitchen w'snack j SIX ACRES-Great Buy-Primitive Baptist Church Rd. 12000.

by Gerber and Nod-A-Way. bar enclosed garage and utility room $77,900. 'BROOKER-Trailer 14' x 56' plus lot 100' x 10020000.
$19,900 Includes beginning Inventory. RETIREMENT COMING UP? CB home w/screened porch, 3 BR 1 8A I I wells
*HI & DRY14.05 Ac., 2 septic tank $35,000.
tralnlng-flxtures-grand pro. WANTEDCANOE $34,900.
motions and round trip air fare. Call to OWNER READY TO SELL MAKE OFFER Brick, 3 BR, 2 BA living-dining- WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre $15,000.

day. We can have your store opened in family rooms, 2 acres. Paved road, $57,900. PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or will divide.

15 days Prestige Fashions 964.7763- fiberglass after 6 or 10/9 aluminum.1 Itchg Call LIKE TO ENTERTAIN? Lovely CB home on 3 beautiful acres, extra large. J SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine acres, 2 wells, 3 septic tanks.

5013298327. 10/9 Itpd p.m. living-dining room combo, well 8 septic. $65,000. FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club $90,000.
I 1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East $7,700.
Great Room with fireplace, CHSA, central vaccum and stereo, workshop S j I'
David Lawson Paint & Body Shop fishpond $74,900. | "CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' x 385' $17,000.

GREAT RENTAL PROPERTY Noat frame home new roof, new wiring ) KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: 2 lots 65'x130' $2,750 ea.
I Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates CHSA, 2 BR, 1 BA In the city $26,000.
I CLOSE TO SCHOOL Duplex unit, 2 BR, 1 BA, living-dmlng-kitchen combo [ LAWTEY AREA-Five acres, 13000. I. .
$27,900. | *15 ACRES HWY 1833000. One mile off 301.

CR 229 NW 28th St. 964.6133 rrxO I LAKE LOTS Sampson: Inlet Sampson and Crosby Lakes. Some owner | After Hours

I financing.
'_h I ACREAGE 10 acres on 13th St. Pecan grove well 8 septic tank. 10 Acres. | I Pauline Randolph 964.6323

= I In South Clay County 17900. Randy Cory 475.2597
I COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 301 SOUTH 146 ft. frontage on highway. 301 I II
r I SOUTH 4.5 acres with frontage on highway. BUILDING IN STARKE Ap- Anne Terwillegar Nelson 473.7541

O FAULKNER REALTY INC | pro,.. 15,000 sq. ft. floor space, $74,900.

Located Hwy 301.1 Blk S. of St. Rd. 100 THORNTON'S PAINTING & SMALL REPAIR SERVICE

Wayne Douglas.....964-6593 Novls Ward..964.7454 ,
John Gr..n..533.2121 Bill Dodd..964-7408 Let us give your home that new paint |lob It's been needing or hang that
Susan M. Faulkner GRI CRB paneling or tlleboard In your bathroom, along with those other small repairs
Irving Clark..........964-7188 Cindy Kurimay......964-7408 | you've wanted to have done.

REALTORRealtor Tom B.m.nt..964-6439 Don Hood............468-1905 I Waiting for your call:

Associates James Dilts......... 964-9( 964-4305
Irene L. Faulkner 964.5142 eves. 4/19 ache 10/' _References available upon request.
964-8420 :. .:.. ..:. .
Lucille Spry eves.Marty - -
I Russell 473-7694 eves.
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RESIDENTIAL *MINI-FARM Between Starke and lake)

Immaculate 3 BR 2 BA 1 & pool. I REDUCED REDUCED Butler. 4 Br, 2 Ba. CHSA on 8 acre. Extras -
*IMMACULATE I 3 BR, 2 BA double wide home with 1 acre with many ex. I I Thinking of Buying or SellingCall Br. 1 Ba brick home on 3.64 acres. Many barn.: Large CB building and large pole I

I tras. i amenities. Take a look for yourself.
*WALDO AREA mosonary home price reduced. Financing available e r .e. REDUCED FROM $53,000 TO 51000. AWAY FROM THE CROWDS. You will I
STREET 2 BR, 1 BA fix-up. Reduced to $17,200.
964.4522 r love the privacy this home offers 4 Br..
*PULLET FARM with 37 acres. Nice home and extra mobile home on land.
Ba., 2,100 sq. ft. plus an extra large I
*BROILER FARM nice home nicest pool In area. STARKE. FL.[ s *LAWTEY AREA. 3 Br. home on 31 '/ garage. Many other outstanding | r

*LAND -2'/. acres just off Hwy. 225, 7500. Owner financing. South 301. Plaza. acres, city water. A Real Buy. features on 1.76 acres IN CITY.
LAND 27 acros priced below $1,200 per acre, on Edwards Road. e r e
lANDwIth trees at $2,000 acre, on Edwards Road.
*BEAUTIFUL pecan per thru Frl. *A RARE FIND 530 In I
Open Mon. *FRAME HOME In excellent conditionon acres one parcel
*EDWARDS ROAD, 3500 sq. ft. with 5 BR, 4 BA, fireplace, colonial style t
1:30 a.m. le 5:30 p.m. 1'/a 1 acres. Between Stnrke ft Lake with many possibilities. Over 3,000 ft. j
tome on 6 acres, priced to sell. Set. f a.m. te 4 p.m. Butler. highway frontage. Approx. 3,900 ft. adjoining
*JUST OUT OF CITY LIMITS, Hwy. 16W., Cozy 3 BR, 1 BA frame, Ban Franklin ftfjtifflrCbmmWcta Starke Golf ft Country Club. I ,:
heater Ig. family room. Priced In mid 30's.
t Timber valued at over $200,000
*COUNTRY LIVING on 3/4 acre, 4 BR, 2 BA, fireplace, nice shaded lot. Low4ff Bustnas* *LARGE HOME-In city on approx. .9
acre. 4 Br 2 Ba, CHSA, 1900 plus sq. ft.
from $1,175 8 assum. mtg.BEAUTIFUL. *SANTA FE LAKE ACCESS Excellent get.
starting acre up.
*Wl acreage
home Call
*LOVELY 4 BR, 2 BA In city, chain link fence, $55,000. away
YOU HAVI TO SEE THIS to appreciate all the nice things, such as large REDUCED REDUCED* We Have Rentals CUSTOM lUlL HOME-
family room, fireplace, formal L.R. 8 D.R., large bedrooms, nice baths, 2500 BUYERS F Architect designed-Brick 4 Br, 4 Ba, *SARATOGA HEIGHTS AREA Well

sq. ft. living area. Coll for a showing. 3 Br., 1 Ba., In OPPORTUNITY Pine. Haven reduced Retail Space Available 3,200 amenities.plus ft. of On luxurious 60 beautiful living with. kept 3 Br., 1 Ba. home with new roof |
*WI HAVE nice building lots available. 1000. On November 1st many acresOWNER CH&A S many extras. Priced for quick j

I.POSITIVE CASH FLOW on this 2 unit apartment, room to finish a third unit. 2 Bt., :. reduced South 301 Plain FINANCED) sale
1!Owner financing. 1000. lAl/LL/:
building suitable for almost commercial *HOMI BIAUTIFULl $7S,200-an two *DOUBLE WIDE on 4.87 acres, 3 Br,
!I.HWY 301 FRONTAGE, with nice any 3 Br., 1 Ba., excellent location, *OWNER FINANCED Country Club 2j
3 Br., 2 Ba., 1700 iq. ft., CH/A, extra I
use. Over 1 acre lot. Owner will split. reduced $1,000. area building lots on Bessent Road & acres amenities. Ba., CHSA, fireplace nice owner
3 Br., 2 Ba., convenient to Flume Rd. many
:; everything reduced $2,000. *LOCATION LOCATION Walk to *NICE BRICK HOMI and good EDWARDS ROAD private but cony,.
N'I:: 4""WIt A 4 Br., 2 Ba., brick on 1 plus acres.
Owner will consider everything. Neat as a pin and a neighborhood. 3 Br, IVt Bo., w/carport. nlent. 3 Br., 2 Ba., on 1 acre, CHSA, double -
Reduced $2,000.FOREST some financing. manicured yard. 2 Br., 1 Ba. 32300. carport. Call for appointment.
A. 19 /i acre lots, plus 7 acres. Some *CORNER SR IB t US 301 .2 corners, 1 *BEAUTIFUL DOUILIWIOI on 10 acres mobile with split br. plan on 1.23 acres]
3 Br., 2 Ba. Let show this one.You'll .
paved road nice pine timber parcel 14.87 acres, 1 parcel 55 plus you and a oond.

L.td4........-"' ..-.....- ,.:+ ......,. '- uYaw.- Reduced $23,000 TO $33,000. OWNER acres. Only 19 miles to Gainesville, 6 LOVE It.

*REDUCED! Three bedroom, 1V4 bath home only 32900. Owner anxlousl I SAYS TO SELL 171 I miles to Starke. We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties

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MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK dirt road beside Dr. Mulllns, second BRADFORD LIMEROCK & BOATS
i Mobile,' Homes and spaces for rentRotieational mobile home on right. Itchg 10/9 SALES MUST SACRIFICE :2! AKC registered

vehicles welcome Phone GARAGE SALE: Fri. & Sat. Oct. IOC 11. llmerock Fill Dirt Cocker Spaniel pups 1 black, 1 buff, FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING
964 1498.9/16 'lln 20 yd. semi-loads 1if CADILLAC CONVERTIBLE shots and wormed Must see to low Hand rubbed oil finishes Call Jac.
Baby bed walker, exercise bike, bicycle only -
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR 2 473.7047 after 5:30 473.2521. 9/4 tfnchg .
sheets, bed spreads, Phone 782-3172 5/23tfchg Mechanically sound body good. $950. : p.m. Itchg 10/9
BA apt For more 'information call Lake pillow pots cases pant, towels, carpet STORE BOUGHT, Furniture for sale at Keystone Heights, 473.4436. Itpd 10/9 NEED GOOD HOME for 3 month old PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile

Bullor Apts 496.3141. Equal Oppor dungarees, dinette table& a 1974 Ford Doublewlde Home Center located female Tabby kitten Call 4732424. homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free

lunity Housing 6/7 Ifnchg Mustang. 7'/i\ miles south of Starke on North on 301 Lawtey, Fla. (this Is not Itchg 10/9 estimates Call Rob 473.3590.4
ROOMS FOR RENTi Magnolia Hotel $8 trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg
Rd. 100 on left. 10/9 Itpd. tfnchg
per night From $35 per week. Discount YARD SALE Oct. 10 4 11. 301 North of INSULATED OR STORM WINDOWS FOR SALE HOUSES FOR SALEBY LAWN MOWING Trimming edging

olfeied for longer term. Apply In per Lawtey Eunice Rd. I mile west 105th custom mode & installed Homes Call The Lawn Barber 473.3590. Free
.on. Magnolia Hotel Walnut St 16'/. FT. MONARK S'"I Estimates. 9/4 tfnchg
Beautiful BOWRIDER
acrossfrom Ave Lloyd Griff Farm. 10/9 Itpd of N. Fla., 964-6766. 5/1TF OWNER Large 2 BR. 1 BA fireplace .
Post Office. TF Lounge seats, teak ski FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING
YARD SALE THURSDAY ONLY. Full MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: At Iowa. storage, three stove, regrlgerator WD
APARTMENTS FOR RENT nice built In and House out of level? Coll LaRue Leveling
Newly Gospel Mission Church 100W at New $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn cooler/storages I Full Instrumentation dishwasher $5000 and
assume LOX
decorated everything furnished. Laun River. We mutt have something CHEVY 4x4 PARTS '/. ton, anything you Extra storage, large interest mortgage. Total Service, for all your foundation
diy' facilities, Included Video you fuel tank. Bow rail price, repairs. 4737721. 9/4 tfnchg
room need. If only a friendly smile 10 aim need--Axles, front or rear, auto canvas, boarding $33,500. 473-7619. 4tchg 10/2-23
available Will, accept one child no til ?? 10/9 Itpd transm., transfer cases, 2 different, platform. Older Johnson 135 HP RUNS 4 BR, 2'/. BA large brick home DEEP STEAM CARPET CLEANING Truck
pets Palms 2313 N. GOODI! SS CLEAN. $5500. pool mounted equipment. C 8 B Carpet
Apts TempleAve BIG YARD SALE Thurt. Fri., A Sat. 724N. types; spring lift, blocks, big U bolts Props. Larry. screened'patio, many extras, one
.. Staike' 32091 5/1 TF Call 475-1267. 9/4 tfnchg Cleaning 4737770. Keystone Heights
9645312. TFce block from
Grand St. Alto 64 Chrysler N.w schools, 200 it. on road.
$50 PER WEEK for you choice of our one Yorker $500. 10/9 Itpd NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Trumpet $100; 114000. Owner will finance. 6tpd 9/18.10/30

bedroom apaitments with refrig and YARD SALE on Bethel Church Kd.! Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great Trombone $45; Guitar $90 4737095. after 6 p.m. 2tpd 10/2.9 473.4058 EXERCISE CLASSES In Melrose beginning

cooking facilities. All utilities are Included (C230A) Rain or shine. Thurs., Fri & for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH 9/4 tfnchg Oct. 14. meets Tuesday and Thursday .
in this price. so why rent a room Sat. 8 til 6 10/9 Itpd 133: W. Call St. 9646305. USED APPLIANCES Kenmore 5 p.m and 5:45 p.m. Ten weeks
when have a.m p.m. dishwasher $75 table LOST & FOUND $25. Call 475-2060 ask for Jerry Itchg
you can an apartment TWO FAMILIES Misc. Items CHICKEN HOUSE MATERIAL, 1 group $5 ; Tappan top
Monthly rates are $200. Call us at Westmoreland Trailer Park Lot 24. 9 per foot 1 group $3 per foot. 964.6182 stove, $40; 3 section glass sliding door, 10/9
964.5139 days 964 6S66 evenings, or am. 3pm. Sat. 10/9 Itpd or 964.5823. tin $300. Call after Saturday Sept. 20. $100 REWARDI! Black male Labrador BABYSITTING I am a responsible' and

drop by and see the apaitment FOUR FAMILY YARD SALE Friday & HALF PRICEIII! flashing arrow signs 473.3202.9/18Ifnchg mixed dark spots on tongue. Lost Nov. caring mother willing to babysit
In PIANO FOR SALE Wanted 7 on SR-100 and Immokalee Monday.Friday. Call 4732568.
manager apt no six at 314 North Saturday Oct. 10 & 11. Highway 200A $2891 Lighted non-arrow $2691 responsible Road. Itchg
Temple Ave. next to the Tenneco Station off 301 Lawtey. 10/9 1 tpd. unlighted $2291 free letters!, full factory party to assume small monthly Answers to "Minor. 4737162. 9/4 10/9

6/26 TF warranty. Limited time only. See payments on spinet console piano. Can
RUMMAGE SALE on porch at 346 W. Call
FURNISHED 2 BR HOME In Crystal Lake St. Next to Hodges Hardware. Thurs. locally. Call todayl! 1 800 4230163 be teen locally. Write (Include your MISCELLANEOUSPACK FOR RENT

Subdiv., $275 plus deposit Now taking Sat. 9 a.m. til ?? 10/9 Itpd anytime. fcan 86.310 phone number) Credit Manager, P. O.
applications 9645734. 9/18 tfnchg NEIGHBORHOOD YARD SALE all on 54th WOOD STOVES AND FIREPLACESWestock Box 8547 Ft. Myers FL 33908. 2tchg RAT Buy sell and trade collecti LAKE GENEVA RENTALS Weekly mon
MOBILE HOME IN COUNTRY for rent Florida's 10/9.16 ble Items and antiques. Used furniture 1 2 BR
ave within> block. Fri. & Sat. 9 o.m largest selection Vermont thly efficiency apartments, or ,
Completely, remodeled & furnished. 2 til 1? I If! rain cancl. 5 miles west from Castings, Consolidated Out- CASTRO CONVERTIBLE COUCH 2 table glassware, jewelry' and much more. call 473.2919. 9/4 tfnchg

BR, AC quiet nice area close to 301 on Highway 16. See sign Lawn chwest and much more. Everything you lamps, 2 hanging lamps, 2 bedspreads Come see for yourself. One mile east MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT $150 per

school must see to appreciate 1 child mowers, bikes electric heater double need to install. Well worth the trip to mist wall plaques 473.3766. tchg of Keystone Heights' on Highway 100. month. Partially furnished. Keystonearea.

maximum. $235 per month & deposit bed bowling balls, avon bottles, boys Gainesville. The Wood Stove and 10/9 473-2183.9/4 tfnchg 473.2026. 9/4 tfnchg
964 6714 10, 9 Itpd Fireplace Center 2031 N.W. 6th St. LAKE GENEVA 1 or 2 BR furnished.
& girls jeans, electric coats & NOTICE
AVAILABLE FOR RENT.3BR. 1 BA mobile organ Gainesville Toll Free 1-800-524-2&75. Retired or handyman caretaker couple
sweaters, exercise bike, baby clothes,
home on 5 acres, new carpet very 9/18 6tchg 10/23 preferred $200 to $275 mo. 473.7269 or
tires, toys S games. Plus lots more.Samuel CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted

clean. $250 month 14' TRAVEL TRAILER comfor 376-7749 378.8622.9/4 tfnchg
per Deposit required sleeps 4 YARD SALES or
Adams, Rt. 2 Box 1084 Starke, to the Lake .
Monitor office
Call 744.2596 collect after 5 tably. Ref., ,stove shower. Gas or.I.c. Region HOUSE FOR RENT on beautiful Silver
964.4324. 10/2
pm. 10/2 2tpd 10/9 Itpd $1.000.964.1565. 10/9 Itpd SATURDAY-OCTOBER In writing and paid In advance Lake. 2 BR, CH/A, pool table, on 1 acre
SALE-Thursdoy-Sunday-4 ml{ 6804 Deer unless credit Is establishedwith
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT off 301 S. 2BR 700 FT. OF PICKET FENCE glass fireplace Springs Road. already lot. $375 month. 9042471604. 9/11
south on SRI00. Sofa S love ..alin new Itpd 109SATURDAYOCTOBER this office.MONITOR .
C/A, on one acre. Concrete patio with doors, gas heater, chest type freezer tfnchg
condition $1350 will sell for$650. 11-94, Aperson STAFF CANNOT
top $225 per month $100 damage Make offer. 964.5876. 10/9 Itchg Way between Polntvlew MELROSE AREA MH. New 2 BR, $225; 1
two rattan swivel rockers, $135 for and Fairway. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES
deposit Will work with you on last NEW BEAR MAGNUM hunter bow. $125. 1tpd 10/9 BR, large LR & porch $175; 2 BR $160
both. Twin bed rocker recllner & other CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
month rent Call 964 7705 after 4 p.m 473.2566. 10/9 Itchg plus deposit. 1.684.6634.4tchg 10/2.23
furniture. Sears chest THE TELEPHONE.
10/9 4tpd 10/30 new type HOSPITAL BED $200. 9645518. 10/9 WHITE SANDS LAKE 3 BR, 1 BA furnished .
freezer $250; clothes shoes, dishes 8more Classified deadline Is Tuesday
FURNISHED 2 BR HOME in Crystal Lake Itpd home. Fireplace, screened porch
Also have 'for sal. 10/2 to
Subdiv $275 plus deposit Now taking goats POP-UP CAMPER $400. 964-4274 before BUSINESSTEN prior Thursday publication. AC. $415 month $200 deposit.
1 Itpd Minimum charge It 15 words for $3.50,
applications 964.5734.9/18 2:15 10/9 904.249.7884.4tpd 10/2.23
tfnpd : Itpd
i YARD SALE-Sat. 9.2. Saratoga Hgts. 791 p.m. then 15 cents for each wnrtl.th..h.p
3 BR IN COUNTRY, 4 BR in city, 964 5232 W. Pratt St. Furniture & Miscellaneous SQUARE BALES BAHIA $2 per bale. Call WEEKS TIL CHRISTMAS Money MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 1 BA, close to town

or 964 6576. 10/9 nc Items 10/2 Itpd 964.4506. 10/9 2tchg 10/16. tight? Free gifts will help! For information on wooded lot $235 month Call

2 OR 3 BR MH adults only no pets GARAGE SALE-Saturday Oct. 4, 9.5. FIREWOOD FOR SALE-Early season call Cherie, 473.4939. 1 tpd 10/9 HELP WANTEDTEXAS 473.2730. 10/2 tfnchg

964.7619 or 964-8614. 10 9 2tpd 10/16 Children's clothes, electric heaters prices Pine $15 per truckload Oak TRAILERS ON HWY 3I5C 3 BR, nice

2 BR, FURNISHED at Crosby Lake, withwasher free kittens, etc. 308 N. St. Clair 10/2 $25 per truckload. Sunshine Industries REFINERY CORP. offers PLENTYOF shade trees. 473.4411. Itchg 10/9
S dryer. $250 per month 964.1699 SR 16W next to Olint Trailer MONEY plus cash bonuses, fringe FURNISHED Small apartment for rent.

964.5872. 10/9 Itpd YARD Itpd SALE-Oct. 3 A miles from Pork 10/9 6nchg 11/13. MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE benefits to mature individual In Within walking distance to shopping
2 BR, 2BA TRAILER lot 7. Santo Fe Trailer Starke 1965 F100 TRUCK, $250. 1974 Plymouth Keystone Height area Regardless ofexperience medical and bonking facilities. $225
16 towards
Park 7 miles S. at US 301 & SR 221. side-look' Hwy for sign, TV, dish's prison right'fruit 550-needs work. Wood Stove, $40. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mobile Home, writ. S.W. Byers Texas per month Includes utilities. Tel

468 'm eves & 964-5888 days. 10/9 |jars, etc. 10/21tpd Mullet net $60. Other household 14X70 fully furnished CH/A corner Refinery Corp. P.O. Box 711, Forth 4732606. Itpd 10/9
Itchg Items. 1222 Bradford St. Starke, after 5 lot Worth Texas 76101. Itpd 10/9
24000. C.B. Isaac
3 FAMILY YARD SAIE-Sat.Oct. 4, clothe Realty. STORE OR OFFICE space tor lease. 4
RENTALS and AVAILABLE $150 per month for men & women. Cosmetics electric p.m. 10/9 ItpdREFRIGERATOR 475.2199. 9/4 tfnchg CHILD CARE WANTED for small child. In units to choose from $300 per month.
up. Call Susan F. Faulkner Brok.r.Owner G.E. Hotpolnt 2DR 12 TWO ACRES 2 BR 2 BA MH. Lots of ...
tools Woodland Dr,
appliances 8 127 N. Water St.. your home, Mature lady preferred. Located on SR 21, near
at 964 5069 964 ft. well. Can be delivered.
or 4048 TF cu. runs
trot. Gustafson Road
back of pest control 8 til 5. 10/2 1 tpd leaving state Please call Kothy 964.6739. 10/9 4tpd Call CENTURY 21 SHOWCASE PROPER.
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for On $140 3/7 9615. 10/9 Stchg 11/6
: rent
GIANT YARD SALE-Fri. & Sat. 8 til 2 p.m. $32,900 cash or $36.900 contract. 10/30 TIES INC., Broker 4734903. 10/2

Highway 16 W. Close to prison Lots of everything clothes, dishes, 473.7139. 2tpd 10/2.9 BABYSITTING in our home. I or 2 days 4tchg 1023BROADWAY

FURNISHED 964.7530 or 468.1323., 10 10 Tfchg household goods, crafts, etc 341 North PIANO FOR SALE: Wanted: responsibleparty FOR SALE BY OWNER 1970.12X60 Fleetwood per week someone experienced with
efficiencies and mobile to assume small monthly Mobile Home with screened
Church St. 10/2 Itpd children. Possible' light housekeeping
homes inside city. weekly & monthly payments on Spinet-console piano porch and air conditioner: 473.4463.
YARD SALE-Sat. and Sun. In Hampton. but not necessary. 473.327010/2 2lchg
JO LU Motel & MH Park. 964 8810. 6/5
Across the street from Handy Way Can be seen locally. Write (include Itpd 10/9 10/9 & WALTERS

2 TF Store. Many nice flower arrangementsand your phone numbers) Credit Manager 41,................................. . . .
BR carpeted CH&A. No small live plants "Cheap". Lots of other P.O. Box 8547 Ft. Myers Fl 33908. ********** '
children, no pets Quiet' close to shopping 10/92tchg 10/16 CYPRESS MULCH TREE SERVICE
nice stuff. Corner bar $65, old fashioned f 1J
big shaded double lot Ideal for hand water pump'$20; piece 1978 CHEVY 3/4 TON VAN fully equipped Removal

retired couple. Call 964-6680 after 3 dinette-$30, lawn mower good and 23ft fully self-contained travel *t *

p.m. for interview $235 per mo. plus shape.$45; lawn mower parts and trailer Both In excellent cond., sell as .: and Trimming

small sec. 10/9 Itchg frames.$20; books trolling motor 2 package or Individually. 4732566.102 Stump Removal
3 BR BRICK COTTAGE Kingsley Lake. 2tchg 10/9 :! PINE BARK
speed almost new $25. 10/2 Itpd ;
Long Pier AC Call 964 6491. 9/25 TFN i Firewood
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PINE now FOREST available, APARTMENTS-2 starting at $180 BR opts per, HYPNOSISPROFESSIONAL ':\\0 J.. err.. ,; + .v Yoi 'pick*up or WeD; tV H\r'wv r:;: i'' Free<, -Estimate- .,

month. Call Man.Frl 9.5. 9646312. REAL ESTATE
10/2 tfnchg HYPNOSIS services for FOR SALE yds. on Delivery i: 473-7097 473.7679

3 ROOMS & BATH furnished apt Lights weight control smoking stress, .'C.- Cypress *I
& hot water included. $160 per month For help please call 964.4433. 10/9 Lumber *: After 5 P.M.

plus $75 dep No pets 964.8071. 10/2 tfnchg WATERFRONT HOME on lake Crescent 964-6649 *1 Keystone Heights
2tchg 109RENTALS joining St John's River 2,700 sq. ft. on

AVAILABLE at the "Cove. SCHOOLSSEMI 1'/> acres in small town. $110.000 .*......*......**.****.*..****.*.**.*..*...**.*. I Hn Licensed & Insured
EFt's.$140; 1/1.$165 month. Tiffin & Mrs Harris ((904)) 698-2776 or evenings.
Owens Realtors 964.5065. 10/9 Itchg 6982170. 'Icon 86317.
Trucks! D.O.T. Certification.
3/T/i MH $350.Lawtey; 2/1 Apt $200; Drive Big John River lot, home, carport SALE
Local and National Job Placement
2/1 Apt $295 utilities Incl.;,2-1/1 screen porch AC etc Starting at APTS.

Apt s. $165 & $185. Rental Management Assistance Correspondence/Resident $38.900.complete, BAYOU CLUB. Fill Dirt Soil Tractor
Institution far Financial
Tiffin & Owens Realtors. Training. Eligible 904 649-9111. fcan 86315. ,
Aid. Guaranteed Student Loans
964.5605. 10/9 Itchg Call 1 ((800)) 2828165. UNITED TRUCK Backhoe Bulldozer Brand New
3 BR HOUSE. $235 mo Prefer retired -- I
MASTER Resident Training: Tampa FL
couple or students No children or HOMESFOR tarns 964.6182964
(Icon 86.319 ___ 1,2, & 3 Bedroom Units
pets. May trade some rent for work.

9645518. 10/9 Itpd SALE Beginning As Low As
Tim's Custom Cabinets J
Quiet neighborhood private lot. No THREE BEDROOM BRICK HOME CH/A 2 1..o J $195 '

pets 10/9.2tpd no children 10/16 964.5739 or 964-4468. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be Submitted Bo? LR/DR fireplace, breakfast room New Construction Remod.lingtFtCobin.ts -= -- Call.w

ROOM FOR RENT: In large house near to the Bradford County game room. 560 Glendale St., Tile Callings ...- .
964 5468. 3/13 TF ?. 3531
Telegraph office In writing and paid In "' 782-
Hampton everything furnished $150 advance unless credit, Is already 2 BR OWNER FINANCING.Low down pay Free Estimates FHA
per month. 4682515. 10/9 2tpd 10/16 established with this office. men?. Near hospital Bent offer Ph. Call Tim Thompson II
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT In Lawtey. 9647910.918
782-3894 10/9 Itpd U.S. GOVERNMENT v 964-4330 Shoo 964.6238 Eve
FURNISHED 1.2 BR APT. All utilities plus
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER down low closing' cost 804 -

cable TV h/u with HBO/MAX Included. THE TELEPHONE. Westmoreland St. Boss Country Realty 'I442..Hawlhorn..DW lot, --:-.----- ,- -.-'" MEN &
ont ac. WOMEN
$170 208 N. St. call .
up. Cherry or 6982511. NEAR VO-TECH 3
Classified deadline Is TUESDAY 9/254tpd 10/16 BR, 1 BA home,J
access to three lakes, lovely' area
after 10/9
8pm. Itpd
NOON prior to Thursday publication. REPO BY US GOVT. 115 SR 18 Brooker Call to tee.MOVING 17.62
FURNISHED clean 2 BR mobile home In
Minimum charge is 15 words for $3.50, $13.500. Bass Country Realty 698.2511. to Mlddleburg for Sale' \ I
town. Fenced yard. 8810.10/9 l I443--4 plus acres, undeveloped, POSTAL JOBS
then 15 cents 'for each word thereafter 10/2 2tpd 109FORECLOSED 3 BR, 2 BA on '/ acre
2 BR HOUSE 385 Cherry St. $200 per HOME AVAILABLE FOR fenced $8,500.1435Moblle start at $390 per week
month. Stove & refrigerator No and small stucco FLORILANOREALTY
pets SALE. No
mondy down $500 total cash FEDERAL JOBSGS.
964-8498 10/9 10/16 fronts SR 100 E. Make offer .
2tchg REALTY needed. 1001 Thomas St Bass Country building 5 $2/6 per week

MATHEWS Realty 698.2511. 10/2 3tpd 10/16 owner anxious.' GS. 6 $308 per week

4II W. Madison m U.S. GOVT REPOS we arrange your 1427-lovely brick on 5 ac., fenced 964.7700 OS- 7 $342 per week

\"tED RE-4 < Starke, FL 32091 LD loan on all Gov't foreclosures. Bass barn with feed tank, priced right. 393 N. Temple Ave. OS- 8 $379 per weekGS9

J 1" melon'' Country Realty 6982511 10/9 2tpd 75900. Vernle P. Odom Broker GRI $419 per week
OF STARKE /' REALTOR imi1169A 10/16 1398-21 acres, 4 Br., 2 Ba., stucco Jeanie GS.10 $461 per week

16408 S. Walnut (Hwy 301 S.) s soc. Harold Epps {161-6616 LOOK AT THISI I Just remodeled for you! home. MH hookup rents $80 a month Eve.-9 4-5414 f Gognon Realtor Associate TRAIN NOW FOR CIVIL

PO Box 861 1.720 sq ft.. CH/A w/ottle. fan 3 or 4 65000. Owner financed with 10% SERVICE EXAMSHome
BR, 2 full tile bath equip klthcen 19 x down. Will split.
964-8447 Beautiful brick veneer 4 BR, 2BA on 2 20 great room closets galore, fenced Check our commercial' Investments, Preparation Fa'
A GREAT BUY9 acres, large lots sitting close to lake, backyard with tool shed. Saratoga apartments, motels, office rental BRICK HOME, 2 acres plus' 3 BR, 2 POST OFFIUCLE'tICAL

beautiful 3 BR, 1 1BA home 90000. Hgts. Concrete drive & walk. Don'tmiss space, acreage. BA on Lake Sampson. Good fishing. -MECHANICSINSPECTORS

seperate work shop & carport -W. PRATT ST. 3/1. CH/A, stove, this bargain 56000. Call today Access to 2 'lakes. Must see to op. : Write 8 Include Phone No.

refrig., microwave oven ceiling 'fan 473-7541 or 475.2597. By owner 10/9 Lorraine Champion Broker predate I National Training Service, Inc.
fenced 2 septic tanks 2 $38.500. 4tchg 10/31 -Ill ACRES Good Hunting. Owner i P.O. Box 538

wells, 12 x 65 mobile home LAWTEY AREA Gorgeous 3 BR, 2 REALT-I will finance. Cherry Hill. New Jersey 08003

included. 400ft. Hwy 100 fron BA brick veneer over 2,000 sq. ft. THE RECEPTION AND MEDICAL CENTERIn !!{!... .. LOTS ZONED FOR TRAILERS ((1.800.524.2515))

Interior decor that must be seen to Lake Butler has the following temporary G'STRl ..,.... Graham area St. Rd. 100 8 Lawtey.
tage. $67,500.INVESTORS .
appreciate, 9.74 acres & much more positions' available for a construction : u.ml -4 ACRES PLUS St. Rd. 100. Nearer
SPECIAL-5.4 Price nego. Som owner fin. project: Assistant 41$.$096 to Keystone.GOOD .**.*.*.**..lr*.*** -r

acres 468 ft. Hwy 301. HISTORICAL PROVIDENCE: 135 acre Maintenance ard Construction Supervisor ; BLDG. LOTS City water A BUSINESS .

$35,000 10% down 10 yrs. farm with lovely large brick home $9.41 per hour; Vocational In .3. N. TI.M.... ... sewer, joining Green Acr...
at 10%. with all ammenities, Ige, pecan Vocational structor/Plumber $7.45 per hour.; STARK rt 9X091 ---.... .......""- .-.., OPPORTUNITY 4f

trees, has 4 MH rentals, 2 stocked Instructor/Electrician .
10 ACRES in Strawberry $7.45 per hour; Vocational Instruc ---
fish ponds, near 1.75 and 441. f
tor/Masonry $7.45 FASHION STOP is $
Acres, 30000. FARM Approx. 22.5 acres with 3 per hour. I If Interested .

9 ACRES-4BR, 1 BA block BR, 1 BA, MH. 2 Ige. barns plus tractor contact the 'RMC personnel FredELECTRICAL Staff rcJ '' 7" )>.........:.. developing a new
office by phone ((904)) 4)2222 or come
house with owner financing & equip. Many extras.IAWTEY by In person. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY CONTRACTOfc:' shopping plaza adjacent :'
AREA 3 BR, 1 BA CH/A 1
67000. 10/9 llchg to their store
acre $39,000.GRAHAM on
14.5 ACRES-High & dry. AREA:1 Over 1,800 sq. ft. Residential Commercial cif Iluy. 301 ( across from

2 STORY BLOCK HOUSE, closeto of formal country living with all am Bradford County ;Jt. I

town on paved road. menities plus 4.5 acret. FILL DIRT MOBILE HOME SPECIAL high school).

Owner LAKE BUTLER Across from school 3 ONLY TWO
financing $32,500. .

2.5 ACRES in Hollister (Owner Great BR, 2 BA'for C/B teacher recently or remodeled.family 6 YD. TRUCK 200 AMP Service, pole & KETAIL OH OFFICE

financing), 6900. wchlldr.n.HAMPTON.. $25.00 LOAD Hookup $375.00 SPACES are left i.

2 LOTS Lake Hampton Oaks. ) 4 BR. 1 BA New construction rewiring Available for oc-
$18,500Approx, It acres one 32S
Frontage on 301. $10,000 LIVESTOCKHAULING repairs Zcnpancy
only $25,000HWY by Mid-June! :
each (terms).
lOOEi Approx.> acre with old
1 Don't miss out
485-1952 on
1 ACRE on Hwy. 16. Well- house, 7000.

kept 3 BR, 1 /a BA, DW with RENTAL INCOME PROPERTY or great location!

additions, paved drive. WALNUT ST. 4 Plax plus 2 BR. 1 BA DAY OR NIGHT 964.8830 CALL 001384-0603 .
MH 78x210 lot with parking garage. 24 hr. t

FRED SACKETT Broker EDWARDS ROAD DUPLEX: 8 BR, 3 468-1455 normal site & conditions For Further. .

JOHN CURLES Associate? BA plus 3 BR, 1 8A frame. Shopping : Informationi !.

close by. 69500.
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Ejected PassengerIn 51 calls required the transportingof Also on Sept. 19 at 11:31 p.m. working headlights'( turn signals .
Fair ConditionA 13 patients while 35 calls requiredno HSVFD responded to a fire in the brakes and pollution controls od ___._,
transporting.The dumpster on CR-229. The fire was Florida's roads," Gunter said.
Starke man remained back-up unit made four runs extinguised by Tanker 43 the dump- "Mandatory inspections can also be CARS/TRUCKS MOBILE HOMES
hospitalized in fair condition and ShandsCair transported two pa ster contained disgarded wood and used to keep uninsured, unlicensedor
Wednesday after he was thrown .tients. mattresses. unregistered drivers off our IW XLT RANGER PICK-UP 1/2 ton. 1972 12.M MOBILE HOME $2.100. CAM
from a truck during an accident The majority 36 of the patientswere Sept. 20 at 9:10 p.m. HSVFD highways." Power steering and Powor brakes, after S P.M. All d.y Saturday end Sunday -
Monday evening near Waldo. taken to Brad/ord Hospital Six responded to another dumpster fire If we can save just one life by put A/C .te o. Cl.an. '76 pick-up In 496-3250. Itpd. 10/9
Ronnie Lee Frazier, 23, was driving patients were taken to Alachua located near Market Rd and Laura ting safer vehicles on the highway, town. 3000. CAM 496-2955. Itpd. 10/9
a 1974 Dodge pickup north on General Hospital, six to Shands Church Rd. The fire was quickly ex then mandatory inspections will be a 1974 INTERNATIONAL 549 ENOT.3 NOTICECIASSIFIED
CR-1471 when a car driven by Mary Hospital, two to North Florida tinguished. QR-io also responded. success, said Gunter. Mobil horn totcr, with tt-up to pull
F. Simmons, 28, of Waldo, began to Regional Hospital and one to the Also on Sept. 20 at 9:49: p.m. fire Gunter said he will propose a fifth wh.el l IralUr In good running
puss him, according to Trooper C. J. Veterans Hospital, all in units answered a call to a system similar to that used before condition $4,000 or bolt offer Call ADVERTISING should be submitted
496.3255: 10/9 to the Union County Times office
Barry.As Gainesville. woods/brush fire on Market Rd one mandatory Inspections were Itchg.
Simmon's Toyota came Fourteen calls were made to illness mile east of Laura Church Rd. The abolished in 1982 with counties In writing and paid In advance
unless established
abreast of the truck, Frazier crossedthe related patients, five were to Forestry Service also responded and deciding whether to operate Inspec- FOR RENT with this credit office Is already
center line and collided with the people in trauma and six to trauma put a trench around the fire to keep tion stations or hire private contrac THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
Toyota, Barry said. Frazier lost con- it from tors.
He recommends
resulting from automobile accident. spreading. the following TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
trol of the truck and it rolled over Seven calls to with changes for a new inspection
were people mandatory RENT Union CountyTlmvs., ISO CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
twice. respiratory problems and 12 were to Gunter Pledges Fight programs: Main Street Lok. Butler. Phone THE TELEPHONE.
Lee Jenkins,58, passenger in the cardiac patients (one in full arrest). For Vehicle Inspection .Opening inspections on Saturdaysand 496-2261 for Information. tin Classified deadline I It TUESDAY.
Dodge was thrown from the truck. One call was a stabbing victim, one weekday evenings to make them OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE NOON, prior to Thursday publication.
lie was taken to Alachua General to a fight, one call to a victim of an State Insurance Commissioner more convenient to working Floridians located In Union County Tlmei Buildingat Minimum chorg. Is .15 word. for$3.50,
Hospital in Gainesville where his overdose and one was alcohol Bill Gunter has announced that a ISO West Main. Call 496.2261, for th.n 15 cents for each word thereofteo,
condition was listed as fair Wednes- related. return of mandatory motor vehicle Requiring that vehicles be in- more information tfn
day afternoon. Three were to obstretic patients, inspections will be one of his spected within 30 days after the TWO BEDROOM 2 BATH MOBILE HOME,
Frazier suffered minor injuries, five calls were cancelled and two priorities for the 1987 legislative ses- owner's birthday, rather than during completely furnUhed, A/C ole
Simmons was not injured, Barry ,were false alarms. r- sion. He cited safety, air quality and I the owner's birth-month. Gunter neighborhood. $250 monthly Adults REAL ESTATE
said. QR-10 public support among his reasons said this would eliminate long linesat only. Call 496-2271. after 5 P.M 8/28 OUT OF AREA
Charges are pending further investigation for a return to vehicle inspections. inspection stations on the last dayof chg/lfn
Quick Response-10 responded to "It's time we get cars withoutObituaries each month.he HOUSE FOR RENT Three bedroom, one
two calls during the month of bath central h.at and air $350 a LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY
Jacksonville Man September, according to Chapman.One month plus deposit. Call 1-262.1791. III I don have It, I'll find It. Jui
1.372.1953. 9/25 ask JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.
call to a structure fire and one to or chg/tfn
Arrested in Starke a dumpster fire.Heilbron HOUSE FOR RENT Two bedroom one 496-2126 or 4962903. .v... "YOUR
bath. Completely renovated, carpet, UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn
For Throwing RocksA Springs VFD tove, refrigerator. $220 per month.
25-year-old Jacksonville man Sheldon "Shell" Kerce was much appreciated in Lake First, last plus security. Call 496.2995, FOR SALE
Responds to 4 CallsThe Butler for his efforts. after 6 P.M. 10/9 2tpd. 10/16
was Oct. 3 for being intox- Sheldon "Shell" Kerce, 62, of Lake
icated and rocks Shell was the son of the late Frank
throwing at Heilbron Springs Volunteer Butler died Thursday afternoon in MAGNOTRON.FULL SIZE PINBALl TABLE
vehicles on SU-100 v.est of Starke. Fire Department responded to a the North Florida Regional Hospitalin and Mable Kerce and was a memberof PERSONAL SERVICES $75 Call 496-1303 Itpd. 10/9
Christopher Lee Zile was chargedwith total of four calls during the monthof Gainesville after an extended il the Baptist faith. WANTED RESPONSIBLE PARTY to assume
disorderly intoxication and September. One structure fire, lness. Funeral services were held Suday ADDISON'S UPHOLSTERY Free small monthly payments on spinet-
throwing missile at an occupied two garbage/trash fires and one Shell was a life-long resident of in the chapel of Archer Funeral .,tlmal.'. Free pick-up and delivery. consol. piano. Can b. seen locally,
motor vehicle, according to In- woods/brush fire according to Lt. Union County, where he was refer- Home of Lake Butler with Rev. Coll 496.3217. 10/9 4tchg. 10/31 Writ. (Include you phon. numbers)
vestigator David Aderholt. Zile was Joe Dobson. red to as Lake Butler's "errandman. Donald Dalton officiating.. Burial Cr.dlt Manager P.O. Box 8547, Ft,
allegedly, throwing rocks at cars, Sept. 19 at 12:40 a.m. firefighters ." followed at the Mt. Zion Cemetary YARD SALE My.... Fl. 33908 10/9 2tchg. 10/16
cursing loudly and refused to assist were summoned along with Shell assisted all the businesses in under the direction of Archer
the officer in getting him home. firefighters from Lawtey and LWCIto Lake Butler by running errands and Funeral Home. MOVING SALE Thursday and Friday BOATS
Zile was released after a $60575 a structure fire near CR-225 and doing odd jobs. He was wellknownand Railord,
is of
He survived by two sisters: Ina Oct. 9 & 10. SR 229, south
surety bond was posted. NW 69th St. Upon arrival the fire loved by the townspeople for Kelly of Lake City and Betty June Itpd. 10/9 IB' V BOAT and trailer. 60 HP. $650. Call
units reported that the trailer was whom he always had a cheerful And .
Kerce of Wheaton, 111. two 496 1303. Itpd 10/9
Bradford Rescue fully engulfed in flames, it was also greeting and a smile, as well as a brothers: Carl Kerce and Frank INSURANCEMAINES 13' V-HULL BOAT with 1985 Johnson 4.5
reported that several propane gas willing pair of hands to turn to any Kerce,Jr., both of Lake Butler. He is HP motor and trailer. $750 negotiable.
Has A Slower Sept. tanks were around the trailer and task set for him. also survived by several nieces and INSURANCE ACENCYt 25 E. Call 496.3682. Itpd 109LOST

Bradford Rescue Unit respondedto that they were in danger of ex- Helping people was Shell's life and nephews. Main Street, Lak. Butler 496-3978Complete .
ploding. One occupant of the
calls Insuranc.5.rvlc.. 4/10 tin
86 during the month of
residence received burns to the up-
September, 28 calls less than this
chest and back and
area was
per 1 473-2672 473-2672 473-2672 473-2672
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last year, according to taken to Bradford Hospital by I IBecky's HELP WANTED ONE LARGE MALE DOG Answer to
Emergency Services Director Cliff private vehicle. The trailer was NV Duk. Tan. No tail lost by'I middle
Chapman. school. Call 496 after P.M. Itfr
listed as a total loss. C RN-OR -2264.

I B-U Center Hair Boutique 3g Full time postlons OR.PECH available In small HOMES

'''mp... 1 Hwy 21 North Keystone Hgts. :::e community hospital, hand specializing and microsurgery in GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U
Next to Century 21 & Flea Flicker reconstructive plastic repair). Delinquent tax property,
Coupon Savings, Hunter Safety Rosenberg. m x Apply to personnel' at Lake Repossessions, Call 1(805)687( ) -6000,
Flower Arranging and others. "Pick yourself up, take a look a Butler Hospital Hand Surg.ry Canter at Ext. GH.1136. for current r.po list.
'" Lake Butler, Fl.
around and advance your career, 4o SR-121 and SR-100 9/258tpd, 11/13
For more information on the
m 496.2323. Equal Opportunity Employer.
school and it's facilities or class offerings Thomas urges potential students. m C
call 964.6150. "There's more money to be made aMen MOTORCYCLES
The Vo-tech Center Director is & Women COMMERCIAL PROPERTY-
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out there than some people are making -
Millard C. Brown. Hank Greene is I- -4 RENTLEASEOFFICE 1981 YAM AH A XT2SO. Street or dirt.
Coordnator of Vocational Programsand right now just because they are ::; |Haircuts.. .. . 3" & 4"a Good condition. 2.100 mil... $600. Coll

the center's two counselors are afraid looking to for try people something who new want, We're to do :c::J, [ Shampoo Sets. . . 5 AND WAREHOUSE SPACE anytime 496.3882. Itpd. 10/9
Geraldine Griffis and Della
something about it." I Perms Complete . 2010 yU Located In Union County Times FOUND
building. Call for Information.
Cut & Blowdry 5" & 6. 496.2261. tin
CHILD'S WATCH at Lakeside pork. Call
\ 3 BROCHURES 2 Eyebrow 496.2710.Itchg. 10/9
PAMPHLETS, ,,,; ... .- .. g: Waxing iii7'7rl.. "'71r.-500 1!: WANTEDFARM
BOOKS FLYERS NEWSPAPERS wg :::e Tom Chair.., daytime ((904)542-7957) ,
:::J Cc night ((904)542-7050.) 10/2 4tchg 10/23 REPAIRUS
m I'c 301 N 964-5805

a Oran. Tu.M w..t-1 Thur M Frl 4 til...?

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Special Sat. 8 to 4 we5; ."e'\ STUCCO HARD COAT

; 1,000 Business Cards a:::J WALKINSWELCOME .,.'( .qCioO, ;oT LYNN'S

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Hwy "East
$195 I Starke, Florida Parts Repairs
I Now I Owner Phon.
B twP plus tax LYNN LUTHER ((904)) 964-5517 Discount Price for
GYM Tires & Batteries
: Call 964-5764 Ask for Kim \

7 DAYS PER WEEK L ..-... .

.p1i 12 Noon 9 Monday thru Friday t\ee/1 Supplies From '
S. 1 p.m-4 p m. Saturday & Sunday

J *20 One Time Registration Fee oit I Durrance Pump & Supply '

Snap Per month thereafter *1500 e' We Drill 2" to 6" Wells State Licensed \

BRADFORD PRINTERS Most complete line of weights available) US 301 North 164 N.Tempi Av.,Stark964.7061 TF
HO t. Call Street Downtown Starke
110 W. Call Street Starke 964-5764 .. .
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HELP WANTED "Quality Work, low, /low prices
)' .. , . . . . $1495
: f. : ;: .'-"E'r..w-.F'-:":""" "'".;;''' r xrcdyYy'36'Q! ... ,.. .,1 i., (Any Room Nell) Scotchgard Available
PART-TIME OPPORTUNITIES IN STARKE Specializing In cleaning and ra-dyelng ol wall to wall carpet, furniture cleaningand
offer bids on commercial work.
& Senior Citizen Discount No mileage charge Free advice

: Magnolia Hotel LAWTEYThe .ROG".r Call 964-4997 Call .Mwb.r.t
2M14.ft, Chock yellow pe.s In local.phont took SUrte. .Bradford
Gainesville Sun is now looking for people with a little ex OIt........ all,Worti'Ouiv.tit.td Cti.mb.r ol eo..."'....

: Downtown Starke across from Post Office tra time and a need for extra income to take over early morn-

Ing newspaper routes in these areas.
The routes earn a nice supplemental Income for lust a short

Rooms for Rent time each day & have excellent potential for Increased profits. Roberts Real Estate
& be able to
Applicants must have reliable transportation 916 N. Temple Ave. Stark., Fl
post a refundable cash security deposit.For 964.6262
Nightly -
Weekly -
Monthly more Information about a route In your area please call

:.:. Nightly '8 From '35" Weekly Jim or Erik at 9648884. COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301 ,

$50,000. Call Today I
...io itchy ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile home. Only

: .- :.::. .. :. $75,000. Owner terms possible.
CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms 1 bath central heat & air.

2 Retail IllNUm. Reduced to 35000.

SAVE $ $ Fro
'%: growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that $1200
$ ** 1,000,1,450 ft 2,750 Iq. ft. !I.
EstlmatO Homes per acre
Beautiful C49 j Hwy 301 S. -. DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms 1 bath on 1 acre. $23,000.
964-8848 -.. SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. 11000.

T: WINDOWSAlso .38 ACRE FARM Northwest of Starke, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bath

THE APTS: TJUVELASOT from. with outbuildings, CH/A
.10 ACRES Pecan grove, no improvements.
Far' Siding e Soffit & Fascia 23 Bedroom apartments for, TOUR GUIDE FORSYTH ROAD 5 Acres plus no Improvements, 640 ft.
rent. Low Income family 12RllII( frontage on road. 2.9 acres with older mobile! home, well,
Awning Screen Rooms tianuotwi U.IM1iRl
--'Zt housing. TUB M uw taut cMmnmart pump, septic tank.COMPLETE ,
Carport Brick or Stone NRtvNTIB7BDRRBiEriIMStM
Cleaning Apply at 922 E, Brownlee St.Stork. ,.mull COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE
Call ., FL1Sr NRIaR1nm11 sg' George W. Roberts Jr. Brok.r
,. 96 .7133 minis::uarnec rr.n. ",,-6051 Evenings

;. HOMES BEAUTIFUL OF N. F.A.. ::: :: I.C.T.TRAVEL SCMOGl Terry A. GaInes 964-4111 CSM.Evening Salesman/Appraiser

Starke 964-6766 WMIllll '11114323H4.1.0
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Florida, Jacksonville Division, Case No. 86-353-BK-J-GP/Emi!. Boik II

DBAShell Harbor, Debtor, Honorable .George L. .Proctor' .' ,'. Judge;
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,.. Escapee Captured York drove up and arrested Mon from sectional behind officer and,restrained grabbed the him man until county jail where he faces multiple port, he was found in contempt and it had been stolen'from Terwillegar r

Near Rural Home tano He was later released to prison authorities arrived, according to charges. ordered to pay $210 or remain in the Motors lot in Starke where it had
authorities. Bruce Allen Barnes was arrested county jail for five months, 29 days. been delivered.
W. C. Reno. recently
A Bradford County sheriffs depty ,,- Sept. 23 for
burglary and
Simon McCloud was charged with dealing in Anthony Richard Arciero, 27, of '
captured an escaped prison Inmate Man Arrested stolen
property according to
aggravated battery and armed rob- Alachua was arrested Sept. 25 at
Sunday evening after woman Patrolmen ,
K. R. Hinds, Jr. Barnes
reported that a suspicious man was For Robbery, TheftA bery. Bond was set at $15,500. When and a white male juvenile from 3:07: a.m. and charged with grand
arrested McCloud had Alachua Man theft o tag, according toPatrolman
; asking to use her telephone. 20-year-old Starke man was ar- a paper bag Jacksonville are charged with tak-
,r Adolpho Montano, 22, a rested Oct. 2 on multiple charges containing items from Eckerd'swhich ing jewelry and a pocket knife froma Charged With TheftAn Ray Shuford. Accordingto
I he said belonged to him but he police records, Arciero.has an extensive -
Nicaraguan convicted
for drug trafficking after a melee at the Family Dollar residence on St. Clair St. Barnes
r had apparently scaled a Store.A had not paid for the items. lie was pawned the observant Starke police officer arrest record.
also charged with retail theft. jewelry at a local following Ford The 1988 van was returned to the
14-foot-high fence at New River An- store employee attempted to jewelry store and was later a new van,
nex Saturday morning. 'stop a black male from leaving the McCloud was additionally charged said Hinds. Bond arrested noticed all stickers were still on the lot.Arciero' 'J I
was set at
with two outstanding capias of petit van and the van had no tag.The was released after a
l Oct. 5, he knocked at the door of a store after he was seen taking merchandise $2,000 and he was released on his van
I house in rural Bradford County asking Without paying for it. The theft, according to InvestigatorDavid own recognizance.Sept. was, stopped and !it was determined $1,605.75lurety/ bond was posted.

t to use the phone to call friends ,man grabbed a eight-inch fork froma Aderholt. in the 26 Barnes was arrested on a I Ii
McCloud remains
for a ride,according to Deputy Doug display and struck an employee in county capias for retail theft according to ,
J York. the right forearm,causing two punc- jail. Lt. John Dempsey and Deputy Doug ;
I The woman at the house offered to ture wounds. When another Starke Man Faces York. Bond for the charge was set at TERWILLEGAR ;
'; make the call for the man. Instead employee tried to assist, the man at- $100.75. At the time of his arrest 33S> MOTORS
i she called the sheriff's office, said tempted to strike him In the head. A Multiple Charges Barnes was additionally charged oJ)

York. customer,who happened to be a cor- A 29-year:old Starke man Is in the a capias for failure to pay child sup- EDDIE STARLING -

I Sapp acquitted NEW & USED
page 3 CARS & TRUCKS

I delivered the news of the acquittal, media where he fielded questionsabout now I want to return to my Job as others worked to keep Sapp's plight
I which came July 9th, Sapp's first the trial and his desire to sheriff." from being forgotton by distributing Bring In your best
( reaction was to call his parents return to office. Sapp also expressed gratitude to bumber stickers and signs in sup- deal, let me try to
,. @ I L.C. and Collette Sapp of Starke- to "On the day I was indicted, I said those who had stood by him during port of the suspended sheriff.
I inform them of the good news, call- that when all the facts were known I the legal battles. Many who attended "It could have a very lonely battle beat III!
I ing it "just about the best birthday would be exonerated from any that press conference were in-. if I'd had to fight it alone/ Sapp
present I could hope for,"Sapp turned wrong-doing," Sapp told the strumental 1n organizing fund- said. "It was your help that kept me ETAKKE';
I 40 that day. Charlotte Herald-News at the time. raising events which were aimed at going." 206 W. Madison
Later that evening he addressed a "This appeals court has done that, building a legal defense fund to help Sapp will receive back pay plus In- 64-7200 A' i iOQEN
t group of jubulant supporters and the defray Sapp's legal expenses. Still.t terest.

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:: ObituariesFrancis _

Bernice SchattleMrs. Phillispsburg, 011, Zelma Hollis, Redding, Starke, Virginia Lamb,
Francis Bernice Schattles Troy, OH, Mrs. Donald (Jeanne) Connie Beck, both of Lake Butler
Cress W. Milton OH Adams and Ann Clark of
s 75, a resident of Brooker died early ; two grand- Fay
children and Alachua nine grandchildren.
one great. ;
Wednesday morning, Sept. 24, 1986
Funeral services held
granddaughter.Funeral were Fridayat
following a brief illness. t
services the Oak Grove Church
were held Tues- of Jesus
Mrs. Schattle
was born and raised
i in the Hale Saver Christ of Latter Saints
in day Funeral Day with
:$ Chicago, IL. She moved to Miami 't. 'a
I and lived there for 37 before- Home. Bishop Dale Smith, Elders Felton USMWUTOtg
"': years Contributions can be made to the Smith, Ernest Peacock and Wilford 1
;. moving to Brooker 7 She
oJ was a homemaker and years of the ago.Protes- Ludlow Falls CongregationalChurch Jordan,Jr. officiating.Burial was in n 101 QA BEEF
;; tant Faith. in care of the funeral home. Oak Grove Cemetery under the s oeM 1- '
direction of Archer Funeral Home of

Survivors include her husband, Charles Roy "Charlie" Lake Butler

Fredrick Joseph Schattle; one WatersMr.
sister, Ada Ruth Register, Orange Charles Roy "Charlie" Louis Marion "L.M..

I Park; one brother, Chester L. Pat- Waters, 51, died Tuesday in North GainesMr. SUPER SPECIALSFresh
I tison, Gainesville; Several nieces Florida Regional Hospital .in Louis Marion "L.M." Gaines, \ # ,
} and nephews. Gainesville after an extended il- 66, of Starke, died Saturday,October
i Funeral services lness. 4, 1986 in Bradford Hospital following .11 Family Pak Thompson Seedless Fresh Undressed ,
held Friday
r Sept. 26, 1986 at were 11:00: a.m. at Mr. Waters was born in Union an extended illness. ii GROUNDBeef WHITE Cedar KeyMullet
4 the chapel 1 of Archie Tanner Funeral County and lived most of his life in Mr. Gaines was born in Miami on
the Lake Butler community until March 4, 1920 and lifetime
t\) Home with Rev. Robert Gillis of- was a .
moving to Dunni'llon seven resident of Starke. He Grapes
Burial years was a ,
ficiating. was in Santa Fe
ago. He was a stone mason working member of First United Methodist
chie Cemetery Tanner under Funeral the direction Home. of Ar- for Southern Comfort Homes( in Dun- Church of Starke,former member of t.4 (:
nellon and a member of the Oak the Rotary Club, Chamber of Commerce / QYlb. 59
t Grove Church ol Jesus Christ of Lat- (Board of Governors), Bradford I D lb. I4

Nelle Barbara Harris ter Day Saints. County Development Authority, "
Survivors include his wife Nina H. former member of Elks Lodge 1402 .
it.: Harley Waters; two daughters,Sandra Lail, -BPOE. Mr. Gaines retired October "*! !.
I Nelle Barbara Harris Harley, 80, a U.S. Air Force, San Antonio, TX, 1, 1986 as Zoning Director for Brad- ,
resident of Lawtey, died Wednesday Delores Scruggs, Plant City; two ford County and the City or Starke. .
5y Oct. 1, 1986 at her residence step-daughters, Sharon Kraus Survivors include his wife, Dawn
..; following an extended illness. Tallahassee, Gayle Stewart, Sharon Wells Gaines; three sons
Mrs. Harley was born in Middlenton Gainesville; two sons Ronnie Terry, David, & Richard Gaines, allof
TX and moved to Pennsylvaniaat Waters, Lamar Water, Dunnellon; Starke; two grandchildren. "
an early age. She was a residentof one step-son, Colin Gay, Lake Funeral I Services were held Oc-
Lawtey for 15 years, a Butler; seven brothers J. E. tober 7, 1986 in First United MEAT SPECIALS
homemaker and a member of Waters, Dundee John Waters, High Methodist Church in Starke with i
Lawtey Methodist Church. Springs, Leamon Waters, Jacksonville Rev. Ballard Wilson & Rev. Robert !1 .
,. Survivors include one son, Robert Lowell Waters, Dundee, Roy Gillis conducting the services. Full Cut Bottom
, May, Oakland, CA, and several Waters, Lake Butler, Joe Waters, Burial was in Crosby Lake ROUNDSTEAK
. grandchildren. Dundee Jimmy Waters, Lake Cemetery under the direction of .
Graveside services were con- Butler; five sisters, Estelle Padget Jones Funeral Home of Starke. 1
ducted Friday, Oct. 3, 1986 at ROAST BROIL

Kingsley Lake Cemetery with Rev. I..................r............. ...H..H........H H......F.H....r ,
Don Denton officiating. Archie Tan-

.. charge ner Funeral of arrangements.Home of Starke was in BILL'S C.B. RADIOS & ELECTRONICS ; $168. $1" ib. $219Ib.

Marlene Clifford Smith Electronic & Communications ,,4i Eye of the Family! Pak 4u

. r Mrs. Marlene Clifford Smith,49,of 984-6897 101 B Edwards Road ROUNDROAST RUMP CUBEDSTEAK
Starke died SAturday morning, Oc-
tober 4, 1986 at the Alachua General One Connex $50000 CB/AM/FM \ f ROAST
Hospital in Gainesville following an o
I extended illness.:! Radio to be Raffled Off $10 perticket
Mrs. Smith was born and raised in 1
Macclenny and moved to Starke This will come with choice of antenna t. $249lb. $229lb. $219Ib. C

about 35 years ago. She was the All proceeds to go to Bradford County Emergency Services. : ,
daughter of the late Ralph & Leattie SEE BILL IN SHOP FOR TICKETS :

,I Griffis of Clifford Macclenny., former She pioneer was of resident the i- i..U..SS..UI.H.Please S*.H.Help*U.IH.Only..70 SS.Tickets....F.to...be...Sold*.I........1..1.n.:. PRODUCE SPECIALS h

Church of God faith. .... ...... ................ .. .. .....
Survivors include her husband, ..:................:................::.............&

four Harold daughters Smith; one, son Eoline, Alan Maust Smith;, .r: Models of the Week I ;ai.a :. .4 Mustard Bunch Halloween Red Delicious or Golden '

Karen Patterson, and Carol Carter, a S.! PAUL & CHERI BROOKS a:
all of Starke, Wanda Smith,Lawtey; S5 u5 Greens Pumpkins Apples
Two sisters, Mrs. Juanita Laffey, .. ,

Tallahassee Gainesville; seven, Parris grandchildren.Greene of .rr. ...r io $19B 1 D c 6 9 c

Graveside services were held
y .
r Bunch lb. Ib. .
Monday, October 6, 1986 at Crosby .ri rf :;1 _
Lake Cemetery with Rev. Gene Bass rU. .r
officiating. Archie Tanner Funeral :::: ::' / OPEN (?
Home of Starke in of ;
was charge ar :: I:!
l rangements.Ida rr .
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.. .. SUNDAY
Hillard Smith rr .. -
.. ..
,. Mrs. Ida Hillard Smith,82,of Max- .r h ..'
ville, died Friday morning, October .rr. ::
3, 1986 at the Whispering Pines Care .. .. 10-6
i Center following an extended illness. .. .. ,
.. ...
She was born and raised near .. ..
Raiford and moved to Jacksonvillethen .. r1 .. Head Snow White
back to Maxville where she has :: : ;\ CaliforniaLETTUCE JumboCauliflower Fresh

resided for the past 49 years. She. :: _: 4
was a member the Pine Grove .. .. p. BROCCOLI
Methodist Church in Raiford. .. .. :
Survivors include her daughter, .a ,. ,; ..
Mrs. Fannie Louise Walker, rr.. .. :U "6 $ 19 (:
rrS. 65 '
Okeechobee, FL; five sons, JamesE. rrrr
Smith, Leamon E. Smith, & :: Head each Bunch
Marion L. Smith, all of Maxville, r
William L. Smith & Louis R. Smith, .. rv. t ..
both of Lawtey; two sisters, Mrs. rr.r y : f :y SEAFOOD SPECIALS -

Lou Thompson, Macclenny, Mrs. ..A ..
Julia Griffis, Lawtey; eleven grandchildren rr :: .
4 and fourteen great ri rrrr Extra Largo (
grandchildren. k rrr

Funeral Services were held Sun- .. t rrr \;4 FRESH PINK ROCK
.. : 'I :'Jf' .. vT'
day at Pine Grove methodist Church : : iJ
near Raiford with Rev. Lorenzo :: t i' :: 4 CATfiSH SHRIMP SHRIMP
Griffis officiating. Burial was in the .rr. ..rr (: ,
church cemetery under the direction .. ..
of Archie Tanner Funeral Home of ... $149 $299Ib.I
rrrr $399Ib.
Starke. .. .::4 .
Frances Adams ::! s !c -; $,w- a', .rril,.wrr rlw4:..w ', .!.'"'\ mm r. lb. /1

h' Mrs. Frances Adams, 74, of Post ;: We can dress over the smallest Gator- -In our youth Gator.* I

Masters Village in Lake Geneva, :: Jams for $14.99. We also have the "Gator Jammle" t-shlrt :: GROCERY SPECIALS
r died Friday, October 3, 1986 in St.
Elizabeth's Hospital in Dayton, OH. :: for $9.99. Also, see our Gator jackets, shoes, necklaces, 33 .,J Dixie Lily

Mrs. Adams was a member of :: and earrings. JJ I. 2 Liter Frozen Dressed White Rice

Ludlow Falls CongregationalChurch :: Make the,'rl.ght turn' to Gator fashions this $459 0 4
Homecoming 5f-
a former secretary of the KistDRINKS QUAIL. . Box Of ; (:
Natioal League of Post Masters, :: weekend. :: ., 89
recipient of the 'Order of the Vest'1 Tumr \:.

and retired in 1972 as Post Master of ff Right Turn Mens Wear Ii Quick Frozen Vegetables
the Ludlow Falls Post Office. .. 4
Survivors Include two sons, Jack r"2mm 452 N. Temple Avenue 99- Fordhooks, Butter Beans, $4Rice
i.a I,. Adams, W. Milton, OH, Thomas .
H. Adams, Keystqne Heights; three Starke 964-6795 VI :: All n Okra Peas 2Ir f
sisters. Margaret Petering, S5 .. .
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