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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 13, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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tober 3.64 inches, November 1.86 inches, December 3.03 inches. Clatfifladi 8-IOS Year STAKKE.FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy

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Flu Vaccine... On CourseIn

The Bradford Health Dept. now /
has Standard trivalent and also the
Taiwan monovalent flu vaccine. t

There is a charge of $5 for each"flu w .rK.rI

shot".
These shots will be offered to people t
considered high risk due to illnesses BradfordBy

such as diabetes, heart
disease, emphysema, etc. The shots
will be given at the Health Dept.
Nov. 12, Nov. 14 and Nov. 21 from 8 Mark Friedlin The Starke W-D store will be
til 11:30: a.m. and 1:00: til 4:00: p.m. and Muster Rahn similar to the store in DeLand, open-
BCT Staff ed a year ago, in Nov. 1985. There
The new Winn Dixie food store is will be some improvements over the
HARP Meeting... on schedule and Wal-Mart, the giant DeLand store, since managementseeks
The Bradford Chapter of the department store chain, is still activity to improve each facility as it's
AARP will hold their meeting on + studying the area with "high being built. Andrews said W-D will

''Thursday, Nov. 20, in the Senior hopes", according to a spokesman, add some 10,000 new grocery itemsto
Citizens Center. Anyone fifty yearsof of locating a store here in the future. its present inventory, for area
age or older is invited to attend. "We'll complete the building in customers, aside from additional
April, hopefully, but possibly in ear- facilities, such as a pharmacy and
ly May" said Guy Andrews, in talk- other lines of merchandise. The
Lodge Meets... ci: t +l1,7 ing about the Winn-Dixie Market store is planned to provide for their

Bradford Lodge No. 35 F.&A.M. Place complex on W. Madison St. needs, without moving again, for 20
Andrews also said it will take Winn- However Winn-Dixie
to 25
"* will meet Friday., Nov. 21, with a pie years. ,
covered dish supper at 6 p.m. l Dixie about three weeks to stock the has an expansion option, just in

(meat provided). All Past Mastersof store. case.WinnDixie
the Lodge will be honored.. Andrews reminisced about the has a long history of
At 7:30: the Lodge will be opened history of Winn-Dixie in Starke for a being civic-minded. When a delega
and the Master Mason's Degreewill few minutes, while discussing the tion from Starke asked for a donation -
be conferred. new building. He said Winn-Dixie to build the "Big Dad" plant, in
was operating out of a small buildingon 1951, W-D contributed $1,000. More
New Scout Troop... t t.l t.t t. East Call St" where the Santa Fe recently, W-D gave $5,000 to the San
Community College parking lot is ta Fe Endowment Corporation
Boy Scout Troop 673 meets every now located, when he returned to Maintenance Fund for permanent
Wed. at 7 p.m. at Starke Elemen- Starke, in 1946. The building was maintenance of the building.
tary School. All\ boys (ages 11-18)) owned by R.A. (Lex) Green, former Andrews has plans drawn to
who are interested are invited to bV Mark FrledllnIn U.S. Congressman and local at- renovate the front of the old

attend. Leader is David Bott. torney. Andrews opened and "Rawson" store, but has not signeda

operated a Farm Home and Auto lease with anyone, so far.

Call-In Program... Supply store next door.
Memory... About 1954, Andrews met A.D. Wal-Mart Plans on hold
A morning call-in service to Davis, general manager of Winn- But Still Interested
assist senior citizens who are aloneis A large crowd of American Dixie, and son of the founder. That Wal-Mart's on-again, off-again
offered by the Starke Police Veterans! and their families meeting consumated in Andrews plans for a new shopping center
v Department, according to Chief gathered together In Starke Tuesday contracting to build a new store for complex have run up against the
j,, Jimmy Bowen. to observe! Memorial Day locally W-D, since they had outgrown the Winn-Dixie expansion and trouble
it;! To become involved in the program and to remember those in the U.S. Call St. facility: Andrews put a $500 finding another grocery store chainto
jfe a citizen is asked to register armed forces who perished defen- binder on property that is now the help anchor a proposed shopping
ffi t' with the Police Department then ', .(litl4 ">eir country._ __ parking lot for the Florida Bank,and mall at a site on South U.S.SOl which
call In before 10 a.meach day. Peggy Thomas (top) roth the lost his investment when he was the company had indicated a
'' After 10 a.m. the Police Dept. will .4 s '< Surke' Woman's Club pays herrespects unable to get the city commissionersto previous interest.
check on those citizens who have by laying a wreath at the approve( the site, although Starke
not called in. If there is no answer memorial, as did John Wadousky did not have zoning laws at that Plans for the shopping center,
a police officer will visit the (middle) and Toni! Coss and young time. The new building was con- which could include up to 25 different -
x residence. } Alyson Dugeale, daughter of a structed in 1955 on Madison St., stores including WalMartand
Chief Bowen reminds the public soldier in Vietnam.The where the Dollar General store is a major food supermarket,were
that the service is available. BUS band played some old located, in the same block with first proposed in May 1985 by the
1 favorites for the croud and two Sawyer-Slade Has Co. It was the corporation but no action was takenon
trimipeteers played "Taps" to con first of many stores that Andrewswas a site purchase planned on
No Job, No Skill... clude the ceremony. to build for Winn-Dixie. US-301.

Job Corps--Training slots are -L After operating in that building for The latest was information obtained from about Tony the

available in health occupations, several years, Andrews bought the Miller project vice-president of Horne Properties
plumbing, welding business- land where Dollar Family store is Inc.. a developmental com-
.: clerical, auto mechanic and other located, and built the large store, on located in Bartow, Florida.
and 16 S. Walnut St, and Winn-Dixie move pany
skills for men women ages Miller said plans to expand the
through 21.Obtain t'1' r4 h* 1G into the building, there it remained Winnn Dixie shopping center in
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a GED, earn spending until it too, was outgrown. Winn- Starke "delayed" the corporation'splans
money and savings money and Dixie moved from there to the An- along with difficulties findinga
>, make a good life for yourself. drews property on W. Madison St., food store chain to
major
board where Rawson was located, until it's grocery
j* Room and clothing locate in their proposed shopping
;O allowance, transportation, medical demise. Winn-Dixie had moved to center
tfv and dental care will be provided. US-301 S, to the Bradford Square The site of the proposed shopping
Ms" For more information, visit the Shopping Center, where they center is now owned by KOA Cam-
Job Service Office at 1430 South presently operate.In pgrounds, which according to a
First Street Lake City, or phone spokesman, will stay at the present
more than 30 years, Guy and
f Irene Pearce at 7523121. location until a final decision is
f __ Lavon Andrews have built stores for
11 \ I Winn-Dixie in a dozen locations,with made.
& Ilec. Dept... _, some, like Starke, having more than The construction work for the pro
ht, rt one building, from Madison, in N. ject would have employed up 250
Anyone interested in going to the cl Florida to Kissimmee, in Cent. people during its peak period according -
or movies on Wednesday afternoons Florida. The Andrews have enjoyedan to estimates provided by
jj*< please contact the Recreation excellent relationship with Winn- Miller, with many of the workers being
v' Department at 9646792. There will drawn from the local communityfor
,, Dixie, because "they had the in-
a, be a special rate just as was offered house capacity to do it all," from fin- temporary employment. Miller
during the summer. also said it was likely that the storesin
a
sites
ding financing the project,and
Basketball registration begins constructing the building. the planned shopping plaza wouldbe
Nov. 12 Dec. 12 at the Old Armoryfor Andrews said the moving of Winn- employing local workers on a per-
boys and girls ages 714. manent basis after opening.
Dixie back to the site on W. Madison said
if final Miller
St, is directly related to Santa Fe "Nothing yet,interested in
still
"They are very
Community College locating in the "
Starke and the surrounding area.
old courthouse on Call St. W-D
Upcoming... Difficulties encountered in securing -
management was favorably Impressed the food store and a major discount -
of the
The monthly meeting
with the effort by the com-
of the
Board of Governors of the Starke- munity to renovate the downtownarea drug store chain was one

Bradford Chamber of Commercehas and wanted to be a part of the Stores...
been delayed for one week, un- civic improvement. (See
til 12:15: p m. Thursday, Nov. 13, in -
the SFCC Starke Center board I'.3.1)I
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room.Displaying Christmas ideas, exchanging -

s,' and sampling special holi- Veteran's Observance Commemorates Man
day recipes will be the topic of the Day Fighting

Bradford County Extension -
Homemaker's Club set to meet at Veteran's Day was observed in a as instructor for Jr. ROTC. "We now enjoy the liberties and stands for.- the service academies, advance n
10 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 13, in the ceremony held at Veteran's Col. Otte, in his speech to the freedom our veterans fought to "Last of all, said Col.\ Otte, thank grade upon enlistment in the armed
Agriculture Building on US-301 Memorial Park on S. Walnut St., en- gathering, said his primary responsibility preserve, and we must now continuethe God for the veterans that made it all services, and other amenities. With
' north at the fairgrounds. Anyone ding with the playing of Taps, to as Jr. ROTC instructor, Is to fight, to ensure those blessings to( posible." three years of high school participation -
I interested is welcome to attend. commemorate the time of signingthe develope better Americans amongour those who come behind us." the Jr. ROTC student can
-The monthly meeting of the "Veteran's Day provides us withan receive a two-year commission froma
armistice at the 11th hour of the young adults, using the suc
Bradford School Board is set at 7 opportunity? to review our accomplishments Jr. ROTCJr. community college that offers
11th day of the llth month, in 1918. cesses and participation of local
p.m. Monday, Nov. 17, In the ad- The 80 member BUS band, under citizens as examples to emulate. and to examine our ROTC cadets escorted various ROTC.
ministration building on US-301 the direction of Buddy Ball, led with "Your presence here today is a duties and responsibilities of today, persons while laying the ten wreaths
' school. color furnished by
from the The guard was
north high and tomorrow.
across national and true of
the anthem provided a expression your willingnessto presented by community groups.
of the Bradford Commandry no. 43.,
The third Tuesday meeting "We honor veterans
our by
musical interlude the show and prac
during loyalty
program your patriotism, Wreaths were provided by:
commission is set at York Rite Masons, consisting of:
the Starke tising the freedoms for which they
ending with the playing of pride in service to our country, he American Legion Post 56
Nov. 18 in Commander Dan Somma, Grand Sr.
7:30: p.m. Tuesday, city Taps.Commander. said. fought and died. We strengthen our American Legion Auxiliary
Warden Jim Dakell Ron Taylor,
hall.A Bob Brown, welcomed "We have gathered today to honorour nation and community by setting an Starke Womans Club Clell
school board reorganization for Virgil Lloyd Wilkerson,
the group of spectators and participants fallen brothers, not to mourn example our youth. Starke Jr. Womans Club Johns
meeting is set at 7 p.m. Tuesday, to the ceremony, and In- their passing with long faces and "I commend the following\ attributesas Chamber of Commerce Allen, Jack McCart and Paul
Nov. 18. Newly elected school troduced the guest speaker, Col.\ dull words. We also honor all men examples to others' said Col. Kiwanis Club of Starke Hansen.
board members Evelyn Chastain, William Otte. and women who have honorablyworn Otte: Rotary Club of Starke
Cobby Wainwright, and Len Schlof- the uniform of the United 1. Attend the church of your choice Bradford Masonic Lodge no. 35 The ceremony closed with the
man will be sworn in. Col. Otte States armed forces. We extend our regularly. Concerned Citizens playing of Taps by dual trumpeteersfrom

The Zoning Board of Starke is Col.\ William\ Otte, a native of grateful thanks to those who servedour 2. Participate in elections by Starke Golf and Country Club the BUS band.
set to meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, Wisconsin, spent 28 years in active country, and acknowledge the voting at every opportunity. BUS has 102 students enrolled in
than usual of the Bradford
Nov. 20, a week earlier military service, in the Infantry. He freedom they preserved for us. They 3. Practise the moral values of a the Jr. ROTC program, from The black granite made
holi stirring
'. because of the Thanksgiving was in Special Forces for 12 years, contributed to( the wealth of our society in which we want to live. freshmen through senior years, boys County memorial the wreaths a were
day.The including the Viet Nam Six heritage through their spirit of 4. Live by the "Golden Rule." and girls.The program offers many backdrop as
and int he ground
regular meeting of the Col. Otte retire lears. democracy, and displayed their will- 5. Remember that all men are advantages to the student, includingfull presented, posted
Bradford Zoning Board is set for 7 years ago of beside the memorial to those who
the to the college
ed to Gainesville. From there, he ingness to make supreme created equal scholarships
p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 25. commutes to BUS, where he serves sacrifice, if called upon to do so." 6. Respect our flag, and all it choice, possible nomination to one of served, and died.HOV .




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TELEGRAPH November 13.1988

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i Council Postpones Project Decision

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Disagreeing on which engineer to homes. Day presented several"options grant.
T hire for the construction phase of the for consideration,including the She said the grant contains$35,000for
'V q : 1d7 t q ( i ; r r Downtown Revitalization Project, purchase of land and houses, or relocation of Individuals and.
; the Starke council postponed a final mobile homes which might either families during renovation of
decision until next Tuesday or be complete the city when the grantIs homes. Day presented several options
Wednesday.Mayor or sold to someone in for consideration, including the
.. i % ) Vernon Silcox said a the private sector. She did not ask purchase of land and houses, or
) Q __ special meeting will be called when for or receive an decision at this mobile homes, which might either
__ all the council is present. Commis- meeting. be the city when the grantis
sioner Jimmy Crosby was not pre- Day reported that application fora complete, or sold to someone in
sent Tuesday night Nov. 4. community development block the private sector. She did not ask
The council prefers long-time grant for the area west of the EconoLodge for, or receive an decision at this
engineer Don Ruckman for the must be submitted by Jan. 5, meeting
$575,000 project.The Downtown Progress 1987 and offered to write the ap-
Committee (DPC) recommended plication. The council agreed for her Day reported that application fora
that engineer Jim Robinson to do so. Public meetings are to be community development block
under whose direction the held Nov. 20 and Dec. 16, at the grant for the area west of the Econo
original plans were drawn for the Senior Citizens Building and City Lodge must be submitted by Jan. 5,
project. Hall, respectively. 1987 and offered to write the ap
K John Miller speaking for the Commercial plication.The council agreed for her '
.', !lp ?r ? Revitalization Task Force, Grant Information... to do so. Public meetings are to be
which is also the DPC presented Linda Day took the floor to bring held Nov. 20 and Dec. IS, at the
1 Lw three recommendations: the council up to date on the Reno Senior Citizens Building and City
1. England Thims and Miller the houainp' _17101'11) rp.hilltAtln'!.. Hall, respectively.In .
firm for which Jim Robinson works
to be project engineers on the

downtown redevelopment project. 1610 Captain Samuel Araall was blown off course iwar a cape on our
-- 2. Retain PlanCom Inc. as ad- Lord De La Warr. It became I'
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BUS Brain Trust... ministrator on the project for the the state of Delaware. _,
sum of 33000. PlanCom is owned by
The 1986 BUS Ili-Q team is off to one of their best Billy John Brown.On Linda Day grants coordinator.
I starts ever with a record of 5-0 going into this week's the second row from left to right: Christi! Morgan 3. Accept Roberts Realty,
match against Cross City. Mindy Bother Shawna Blom. Rickey Smith. Chad represented by Terry Gaines as
From left to right on the front row: Lisa Blalock and Crafton, James Trickel and Mike Blalock. prime appraiser and Outlaw Realtyas L L 6II

review appraiser represented by
David Dodge. The total of both appraisal -

. BBS High-Q Ranked Top of DivisionThe City councilman contracts to Charles be $1,245.Schaefer (

made a motion to accept recommendations -
Bradford High-Q team is varsity "brain squad" comes Thursday -The next on the road match for the 2 and 3. The motion carried
undefeated at 5-0 and is currently Nov/ 20 when they host In- team is set for today in Cross City 40.Schaefer
ranked number one in the Western terlachen beginning at 9:45: a.m. in where the BHS squad hopes to extend told the assembly that he a (t 1 :.
had trouble with the
Division. the BHS auditorium. their win-streak to six. some recom-
Last Thursday the varsity BHS "They have been a big suprise to Members of the BHS squad Include mendation to retain England Thims
squad defeated Chiefland for their me and are getting better each : Rickey Smith Shawna Blom and Miller, when the city had been Thanksgiving Buffet f
fifth straight victory by a score of meet" commented Faculty Sponsor Chad Crofton Jame Trickel Mike doing business with Bessent, Ham- G
185-172 to take sole possession of first Stanley Crawford. "They believe in Blalock Christi Morgan, Mindy mond and Ruckman for many years. November 27 1986
place in the western division. themselves and it shows at the Rother Lisa Blalock and Billy John Linda Day spoke in behalf of sup- r
The next home match for the BHS meets." Brown. porting the businessmen on the task I 11:00 A.M. 4:00 P.M.
and
the
force emphasized impor-
tance of maintaining the confidenceof
MENU HIGHLIGHTS
the merchants on main street.She
said "The key to development is j Roast Prime Rib of Beef with Au Jus
New Stores UMW Bazaar dedication of the business community. -
Set For Nov. 20 With this program Starke is going Baked Virginia Ham
to be a model city." Stuffed Trout) with Seafood Dressing
reasons for the cancellation last The will release further The annual bazaar of the First The Telegraph's Gene Matthews, /
Telegraph
United Methodist Church in Starkeis Southern Fried Chicken with & Pecans
Honey
year according to Miller who said information on the project as it civic leader who had led the drive
these problems are still "in the pro- becomes available. scheduled for Nov. 20 in thechurch's for the downtown revitalitzation Roast Tom Turkey with Cornbread Dressing
cess" of being worked out. Fellowship Hall. spoke in favor of supporting the
The corporation's original deci- McElroy met four months ago This annual event will feature recommendation of the task force. / Roast Leg of Lamb
sion to locate a store here was basedon with Jerry Wilson a representativeof handmade crafts holiday decorations Mayor Silcox said "We won't
the results of an extensive Horne Properties to try to finalizethe homemade goodies canned decide this tonight." He said he I Adults: $12.95
marketing survey and research of sale of the KOA land to the firm jellies and 'Marba's' pickles. would call a special meeting of the / Children under 8 Years Old: $6.95
the growth patterns in a three- for development of the shopping United Methodist Women will city council for next Monday or
county area, with Starke as the hub. complex. have the luncheon special of Wednesday nights with a firm dateto
During the evaluation period the site McElroy reported then that only soup/chill with drink for a $2 dona- be announced later. I tbLvinesz
was visited personally by Samual "insignificant details" remained to tion with sandwiches or desserts for Grant Information...
Moore Walton, founder of the huge be ironed out between himself and 75 cents. Linda Day took the floor to bring ,
Wal-Mart chain which now includesover the firm and predicted that that sale This years 'Homespun Christmas'bazaar the council up to date on the Reno
750 stores in a 20-state trade would be set at their next meeting to will feature the country pan- grant. She said the grant contains For Reservation Please Call 282-1111 ext. 1024 -
old book stand home bakery,
territory. be held within the next two weeks. try $35,000 for relocation of individualsand
Other Walton enterprises includethe Difficulties with the store rummage plants and white elephantas families during renovation: of 4I
grocery well as the crafts. Door prizes will
Sam's Wholesale Clubs andWalton's
has the
chain however delayed -
Ben Franklin Stores. project be given out during the day.
Nancy Odom and Joan Agin are
serving with Diana Josey as
The first president to accept his party's nomination with a speech at the chairmen for the bazaar which will
party convention was Franklin D. Roosevelt who flew from Albany to be from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. '."
I In 1932. Come early for free coffee. t- '
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The opening of the 1986-87 school an air rifle team will be formed and
year at Bradford High School has soon to be competitive with other
the JROTC program entering it's schools throughout the Northeast PwMi."r I
12th year of operations with an florida area, and through postal
outstanding Corps of Cadets. matches throughout the United
The Positions of Battalion Officers States.The proccurment of air rifles
and Senior NCO's have been ap will also bring back an excellent gun As '
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pointed and Include: C/Cpt. Tim safety and marksmanship course Vii i rlu'
Barfield, BN. Commander; C/Cpt. which has been missing the past 1 1 M(
Rita Geddes, BN. XO: C/Lt. Lorie several years due to lack of rifle wn++
Jenkins, BN S-11[ C/Lt. Angle range facilities. Msg. Birchfeild also
Williams, BN. S-2; C/Lt. Angie anticipates forming and training a ,
Webb, BN. S-3; C/Lt. James Crews, drill team to be competitive.
BN. S-4; C/Cpt. Dennis Glover, BN. According to Col. William Otte, .
S-5; C/Lt. Silas Jenkins, A co. com the Senior Army Instructor, the i
mander; C/Lt. Myron Lewis, B Co. quality of the JROTC cadets is Improving -
Commander; C/Msg Bobby Will- each year. Each year, approximately -
ingham, BN. Sergeant Major. 75 percent of the
These Officers and NCO's will provide graduating cadets enter some com-
the leadership within the cadet ponent of the military and prove to
corps and have already started the be very successful servicemen and Attention...
planning of various events to make this there
women. Again, year are
The Bradford High School JROTC team stands at attention Oil the third row from left to lightSpencer Smith,
i this a memorable year for the pro- four applicants for JROTC College\ :
during Memorial Day ceremonies James ('ox, Bobbie Joe Mellon Jeremy ,
gram. They assisted in the Golden Scholarships which allow the cadetsto Bitchy
Rita Geddes Is on the front row. In the middle from I.a)mon Itune, Tim Coleman and la\iil Kirkland.On .
the
Knight parachute demonstration on attend college\ of their choice
left to ,James Crews,Jeff Adams,
right: Greg Mayben
the fourth row: Kevin Finch and
Oct. 8 at the High School. TheArmy's with all school expenses, i.e.tuition, Tommy
Paul DickeiiMm. Kenneth DeSue. Tom Bradford, .'onll'rlt'lIlI.GRILLED .
World Championship books,lab fees,etc.being paid for by Arkevn Williams nnd Col. Olio.
Parachutists made three jumps on the military service.
the school grounds and explained the Upon the completion of the four useful to the cadets as they emerge
capabilities of the parachutists year scholarship program, the from school to join the ranks of gain-
through a round. students graduate with a bac- ful citizens. Subjects taught include
They also participated in the calurette degree in their chosen field emergency first aid, map reading, I FLOUNDER
Homecoming Parade and sponsoreda and are comlssioned Second oral and written 'communications,
Queen and three Princesses and Lieutenants in the U.S. Army; organization, and history of the
had a booth during the afternoon Reserve Corps. military, personal hygiene, care of
homecoming festivities to raise The JROTC program, hosted by clothing and equipment, gun safety DINNER
funds for the extra-curricular activities the U.S. Army in conjunction with and marksmanship.The .
of the program.The the Bradford County School Board success of the program is proven ->rl
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Color Guard and Military and High School, has a primary objective by the product of better citizens. 'Y. .
Police detachment have been of developing better citizens Dr. Al Rother, principal at Bradford A Great Choice! '" t
notable for their efforts at the football for the community, leadership High, is fully supportive of the program > ;:: =:::::_+-- : : '
C/Lt. James Crews among the individual cadets, and to and is looking forward to a '
games. Leave it to the Captain to come up with %w
commands the M.P. detatchment. teach a basic subject which will be very successful year. ?. ;; ""
According to Msg. Arvil Bir- a great new meal ideal Ocean flounder z .. .". '
chfeild, Assistant Army Instructor, _.__n. fillets, lightly seasoned and grilled, 5 ( :: ,.q> .. \.
served over a bed of fluffy rice with \'{ ., '' }!i '
":,. $3.79
country-style beans, two '
green '_ -,
The Law Firm of Southern-style hush puppleslemon ;.,,-','h .-j,'_ ,"....,:.-j'r
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Southside wedge and a tossed green salad with "I.""'" For A Limited Time Only

Elem. News. Terence M. Brown P.A.is your choice of dressing.

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SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY ALL DAY MONDAY& TUESDAY

Halloween Costume Win- pleased to announce that All-You-Can-Eat Country-Style Fish Dinner Two Bite-Size Shrimp Dinners

ners Country-style fish fillets French Each dinner includes an extra large serving
Congratulations to our Halloween Darla Jean fries Cole slaw Hush puppies of bite-size fried shrimp with
, costume winners. Christopherhas Tartar sauce. Offer Good For $3 79 sauce french fries cole slaw cocktail 99
i r Winners in the pre-school to second Dining Room Service Only. and two hush puppies.Captain .
grade category were as become associatedwith
follows: Most Original; Joe Pennell,
Tatum Thrift. Cutest Christy
;
Wooley, Shameka Walker, Linda the firm D'sA
Rocafort. Seamiest;. Jason Lee, 6
Derik Gaines. Best Homemade; Jill
Sc.hJAfman, Mike Schlofman,
little seafood
Heather Howard. great place.
'-" ers in the third to fifth grade .- '
grbtrfr were as follows: Most 486 North Temple Avenue ,.:1

Original; Brad Barber. Cutest; Starke Florida 32091
Casey Trimble, Mary Dunne. Best ,

. nest Homemade; Scott;Thrift Josh, Devon Brewer.Rogers.Scar- Telephone ((904)) 964-8272 Call Forwarding.

j Mrs. Reddish-3rd Grade

(Oct. 27-31)

Happy Birthday- Brandy Olive I Things work out
Unit 9 Spelling 100's: Richard
Baugess, Monica Busby, Suzanne PUBLIC HEARING
Griffis, Tammie Holley, Natasha
Hudson, Nikki Jackson, J.D. Kilby, when calls keep
Noel Norton, Greg Page, Terry NOTICEThe your up.
I Paul, Jennifer Swanson, Sharon .
Thomlinson, Jeri "
We would like to Thompson.welcome Tonya Call Forwarding means your phone calls go at the same pace you do.

Broughman to third grade. Because by dialing a simple code,you can automatically transfer them to
of Starke Florida is
I Thanks to all the parents who sent City considering apply- any local number where you'll be. Or when you leave town, to the home of a
items and volunteered time for our ing to the Florida Department of Community Af-
friend relative. like home
Halloween Carnival. We couldn't or So to unfriendly callers,it seems you're ,even
have done it without you I fairs for a Small, Cities Community DevelopmentBlock when you're not.

Mrs. Reddish-3rd Grade Grant (CDBG) of up to 57500000. These Call today to find out more about Call Forwarding So whenever you leave

(Nov. 3-7) funds must be used for one of the following purposes home,you know you're in good shape.

Unit 10 100 Spelling Exams: :
Richard Baugess, Monica
BusbyMiranda Hutchinson,Andrew
Lawrence,Jason Libby, Greg Page, 1.To benefit low and moderate income persons; or
Sharon Thomlinson,Jeri Thompson. 2.To aid in the elimination of slumsor
Happy Birthday Sharon Thomlinson prevention. or
(Nov. 5). blight; or CEMTEL
Congratulations to Monica Busby
and Suzanne Griffis for "Kid of the 3.To meet other community development needs

Month". You both did a SUPER job! having a particular urgency because existing
Where connectf'
Keep up the good work I people
conditions pose a serious and immediate threatto

Mrs. Duncan-5th Grade the health or welfare of the community and
Mrs.Duncan's fifth grade reading
class presented their art work titled where other financial resources are not
"Bewitching Position". The exhibit available to meet such needs. '
contained the tricks of the artist ,
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such as interposition, height} in _
plane, linear perspective, and light The category of activities for which these funds .
I and shade. Mrs. Becky Dubolsky, a .
: senior in the College\ of Education at may be used are In the areas of housing and

I. the University of North Florida,con neighborhood revitalization and include such
" ducted the art lesson. During the 2 \;
I week field experience, Mrs. physical improvement activities as housing ; J _
l Dubolsky has worked with the fifth "w.I
E grade homeroom and English rehabilitation, clearance, water and sewer improvements -

I groups on telephone skills and use of street improvements, drainage, and
: the telephone book. neighborhood facilties. Additonal information

I Mrs. Stanwix-IIay's! Class regarding the range of activities that may be 1., ---i
Safer and Julie Ponder _
,I were Shannon student directors for a Halloween undertaken will be provided at the public hearing.For 1 1f _

I Skit. The students in the skit each) activity that is proposed, at least 51 %

I were Hayes Matt, Carlyn Odom Bailey, Jency, Tara Gay Casey, Kim, of the funds must benefit low and' moderate Income .

Angie White, Brent Pellechio, Andy b
persons.In
Redding,and Adam Ennis. This skit ; Ak
was presented in each developing an application for submission to

I grade Kindergarten classroom., first The, and kids second did a Department of Community Affairs, the City of )

great job.: Starke, Florida must plan to minimize displacement
Brad Bishop, Sean Phillips, Jasen
of as result of CDBG
Wilkerson, Carl Elder, and Rachel persons a planned actiVUresIn -
Coleman are learning about acute,t 'addition, the City of Starke is requiredto
right, and obtuse angles and how to
develop a plan to assist displaced
persons.
use a protractor, they are also doing
word patterns and word analogies. The public hearing to receive citizen views con-I
Amy Rankin, Shannon Safer,Mol-
ly O'Neal,and Julie Poncier are studying cdrnlrfgNhe community's housing and community -
measurement,advanced word development needs will be held In the Senior : :
analogies,and numeric sequences.
Brittany Bula and Casey Trimble Citizens Center, Grand Street, Starke, Florida on I

operations have learned with how decimal to perform numerals.all four Thursday, November 20; 1986, 7:00: p.m. ,:

They are Using decimals now to- To" ok>x IIJ. dJtlpnal. information, please contact I''
solve equations where they must Linda Day Grant Coordinator P.O. Box 6053
work backwards. This! math comes ,
from Florida Standards of Ex Starke, Fl 32091, ((904)) 9648902.,
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I Bradford Area Was Part of Corridor! Used W by Indians, to Reach Big Swamp


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Columbia County, which then includedthe wait until 1840 to divorce his wife, who had moving to Long Branch in northwest
r territory that is now Bradford, Union, run away with another man. He was final- ClayThomas) Moody; John Matthews, of
of the late E.S.
( Counties became divorce by the Legislative Providence (grandfather
and Baker an escape ly granted a
\)() r>.(j route ISO years ago for marauding Indians Council Tallahassee. Matthews of Starke),Henry and Moore William James A.
and William Munden,
Florida
from North Central to
heading
)O7)( their hiding places in the Okefenokee Gen. Taylor (old "Rough and Ready") Tucker.
incurred the wrath of northern reform Names of citizen soldiers from present
\
Swamp.
) VI'IJ groups by importing bloodhounds from Bradford, Baker, and Union Counties are
? and other tribes
'r Seminoles
) ? Indian ArtifactsThe The crafty efforts to Cuba to help track down the Seminoles not numerous since east Columbia Countywas
} .1)) were resisting government West Who fled into swamps for protection. But still sparsely settled at that time, and
them reservations in the
to
Jy remove the dogs, called "Peace Hounds" by convenientto
even found it
I most militiamen more
J late Mrs. Reba Andrews and South Florida as the Second Seminole
unable to track the In-
settlers '
), the were units In Camden County (present
1) '. Norsworlhy with a fine collection of Indian War wound down after bloody years of join
I arrowheads recovered In a cove at guerilla fighting between the Indians and dians In the boggy swamps. Charlton). Ga., and the neighboring coun-

p \ ) the Indian Beach section of Santa Fe pioneer Florida settlers.
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( jytl Lake. The cove must have been a
l y According to one writer, this area of
I J manufacturing place for"arrowheads as Florida was the scene of more Indian Dr. Mahon to Speak on HistoryOf
thousands of "chards, fragments of
I I atrocities and depredations than any other
flint chisled off during the proces, section of Florida A letter to territorial
-J :\\ J. were found In the cove. Some of the arrowheads Governor Richard Keith Call stated that Second Seminole Indian WarThe
date back thousands of
years. take
volunteer citizens, called on to arms,
.\ I. were "poor protection" for frontier Bradford County Historical Society cordially invites all interested persons
families.To (especially history students and teachers) to attend its regular meeting Thursday,
h I LI strengthen defense against the In- Nov. 20, at 7:30: p.m. in the Board Room of the Santa Fe Community College Starke

dians Gen. Zachary Tavlor established a Center in the Old Courthouse. .
grid system ot torts, with one establishedin Special guest this month will be Dr. John K. Mahon, long-time professor of history
the center of each 12-mile square so that at the University of Florida, and author of"The Second Seminole Indian War" which
no settler and his family would be more raged in this area in the 1830s and'40s. Dr. Mahon also wrote a history of the"War of
than six miles away from protection. Fort 1812" and other published works. '
etPlTOKJALSCHBBHHSHHRHnHHGBnBon Harllee on the north bank of Santa Fe For more information, call Arnold Weeks, president of the Historical Society, at

River, in what is now Bradford County, 964-6400.
was one of these forts,and farm families in
MMM this area would pull up stakes and camp
out around the fort at the first sign of Indian The Armed Occupation Act, passed by ties of Duval and Nassau.

attack. Congress in 1842, helped speed resettle- But in spite of the threat of death from .
Governor Call sent 2,000 bushels of corn ment of this area after the war. It gave 160 Indians, the early settlers who gathered at
Political to Fort White, in south Columbia County, acres in the peninsula's unsettled area to Harllee and other forts of that time still
Party Spoilers to help sustain settlers who had been forc- anyone 18 years or over who could bear found time for fun and frolic. Major John
ed off their land by the Indians.In arms. To obtain title he must live on the Gardner, who transferred to Harllee in
land five years, farm at least five acres,
one of the worst incidents of the war, 1838 wrote:
and build a house for his family.
Seek to Form CoalitionThe Jane Johns and her husband,who lived on "The inhabitants of the village (that
land near New River,not far from present Although muster rolls of civilian militia grew up around Harllee during the war
Macclenny, were surrounded in their serving during this period are almost non- years), although suffering and distressed,
Florida Democratic Party is be- campaign staff actually worked for home by Indians. Mr. Johns was shot and existent, Eldridge Collins, living near seem to enjoy the pleasures of life with nota
ing weakened from within by those who GOP nominee Martinez. Now he and killed,and his wife:attempting to flee,was Lake City has a few that show names little zest. They have a building expressly -
familiar in this the
area. Among followingmay
captured, scalped, and set afire. She dedicated to dancing, in which they
are willing to chip away at its founda- Martinez are cozying up together after managed to put out the blaze and her life be found several names familiar in assemble six nights a week. Manners and

tion for personal and political gain. Martinez hinted at possibly making was saved. But she wore a black cap the this area: modes of life are so unsophisticated that

One of these spoilers is Attorney Smith his chief of staff. Judging by rest of her life to hide the disfigurement inflicted William Cason, Fisher Gaskins, who lived they show a state of primitive simplicity

General Jim Smith, who is blamed by Smith's track record, that would be by the Indians.: for a while in present Union County just one degree removed from the condi-

many political observers with causingthe Mistake No. 1 for Mr. Martinez, in the The congregation of New River Baptist (then Bradford) and was a forefather of tion of their red brethren.

defeat of the Democratic nomineefor present political climate. Church, established in 1833,had to discon- the present Gaskins family;and Allen Hazen, "Several nights ago, our men got up a
Thomas Gaskins, John Ransom
from time to time becauseof The soldier who
tinue services theatrical performance.
Governor in the Nov. 4 General Elec The other Democratic "spoiler" is Indian attacks, and court sessionsweren't Cason, Jesse A. Thomas, Giles W. Ellis was to play the part of an express rider at-
tion. If that is so, Smith has destroyedthree held in Columbia County (Including (there is a story among his descendantsthat tacked by Indians, was attacked
Sen. Barron of West Florida actually
Dempsey he fired the first shot of the Indian
war
political careers-his own, (unless Bradford) from 1837 to 1840 before the performance began.
holdover "hangover" from a in Columbia Daniel Cason John
a or raids. County), ,
because of Indian
he the he is
accepts top position now regressive Democratic faction of the and E.M. Moody, Elisha Carter (lived a That is carrying realism just a little too
angling for in Governor-elect Bob Martinez's Barron is trying to organize an For Jf>n Bryan, that meant having to long time in present Union County before far.
t GOP administration) ; the past..
alliance' of dissident
career (tat least temporarily) of Steve 'unholy
Pajcic; and the political future of Democrats and moderate Republicansto Letters to The EditorThanks I
Donate President Harry Johnston. form a coalition to defeat Sen. Ken
Jenne, who thought he had enough
Smith has a muddled political record to be the next President of the
pledges for a Wonderful Andrews Is Right Good to See and Read
starting about two years ago when he Senate. Barron has tried this tactic suc- Time at 90th BUS About Unsightly About Familiar NamesIn
went to Washington to find out whether in the to defeat membersof
cessfully past Alumni ReunionDear Trash in CountyDear The TelegraphEditor
it would be advantageous to him to
his with whom he did not
own party members of the Bradford High Editor: Telegraph:
'-witch from Democrat to
parties
agree. School Alumni Association: Guy Andrews is so right in asking for a I have enjoyed reading my "B" Book,
Ucpublican. Time wore on, and he failed Congratulations on the huge success of cleaner county I which was sent to me through the mail,
to make the change, for whatever the Fortunately, Rep. Jon Mills of BHS's 90th Anniversary celebration. When traveling throughout other states, and also reading about all the 90th Reunion.
reason.In Gainesville, Speaker-elect of the House, Compliments to the organizers, commit- it is refreshing to enjoy the well-kept road- activities in The Telegraph.
may prove to be the key to prevent this tees, arrangers, decorators, parade sides. There must be a grand group of younger
the early political jockeying for maneuver that would disrupt' monitors and everyone in making the Then when arriving in the Arrive Alive people, as well as older ones, in Starke to
positions in the 1986 gubernatorial races Democratic forces in the House-and event' unforgettable occasion. State of Florida, we experience a depressing get so much accomplished for this historic
Smith first toyed with the idea of runn- elsewhere the state. Each event was a memorable gathering feeling with trash everywhere. Instead' event. I am indebted to all of you for many
ing for Governor, then announced he over --- of friends, seeing and being with people 1 of being happy to be home again; we are' pleasurable times reading about your ac-
would not run then announced he wouldrun With a coalition of Republicans and have known all my life,and had not seen in hit with the messy atmosphere in Bradford tivities.
Democrats likely to rule the Senate, the 40 years was exhilirating. Everyone was County. Every time I think I'll never see a
for lieutenant-governor as running so warm and gracious. Perhaps the officials in charge could familiar name as I read The Telegraph,
mate for gubernatorial hopeful Harry House becomes the key to how suc- Who said, "You can't go home again?" find out what other states are doing to be Starke comes up with something like this
Johnston. That team-up lasted a coupleof cessful Martinez can be in his ad I did, and I had a wonderful time. Con I>so attractive! Reunion and I can't get along without the

months, when Smith withdrew from ministration. No legislation can go to gratulations! Thanks to everyone. Dolores Meng, Hampton,FL paper.
the without passing both Ruth Sternberg Scanlan Gloria Johns GlinesJacksonville
the race because Johnston wouldn't let governor Lorain,Ohio, Class of'29
him run the campaign show. This dilly- houses. Whispering Pines

dallying left Johnston without a running Mills believes the House has an Car Owner Praises Care Center StaffIs

mate and stagnated his campaign effort obligation to support Martinez when he Service He Got CommendedDear All of the staff were so wonderful. My

until he could find another running is rightbut on the other hand, says the From Local GarageIn Editor: thanks Jeannie and, love who goes was to promoted each of you but: con-

mate. His campaign lacked momentum House "will not roll over and play this day and time of high technologyand For five years I had a living and loving tinued to help any way she could; the
from that time on. dead." complicated machinery, it seems that experience at Whispering Pines Care Dietary Staff, who made sure her meals
sometimes it is hard to receive satisfactionof Center. During those five years
my were just right Loreen, who
Smith then decided to run for Governor So the two Smith and Bar- ; always
disrupters
service on some of the items we buy. mother, Leona English, received so very greeted me with her beautiful smile; Mr.
himself and he and Pajcic emergedas ron, are using tactics that will cause 1 am the owner of an '84,Thunderbirdthat much love and care from all of the nurses Cline, who responded to all of my requests
First Primary winners. Pajcic won confusion in the alignment of the two has given me trouble with the same and aides. ; all of the others in activities and
the run-off; but failing to do what most parties. The republicans are making problem for the town years. It has beenin There was such a "love" feeling the office people who gave their love from
other Democratic losers would do, gains on their own, and hybrid coali- the shop out of numerous times and throughout the Center with residents and the heart and helped you however they
visitors that it became
returned with the I a family group. We
yet same problem. could. thanks to Mrs.
My special goes
Smith damned Pajcic with a half- tions can't help but hurt the sharp divi-
finally took it to the service department at all felt sorry for those residents who were Dolores Barton who was the strong sup-
hearted lip-service "endorsement," sion that is healthful between Terwillegar Motors. Though not fixed the never visited. We could only share our port during hard times; to Dr. Hernandezfor
while members of his family and hisIndustrial Democratic and Republican policies. first or second time, Pate Gasset (service togetherness and try to bring them into"our" all of his loving kindness to my mom
manager) and a mechanic on his staff family. and me; and to all visitors who helped my
named Tommy kept on working on the problem For the past five years, my mother could mom when I couldn't be there.I .
until it was repaired.It not respond much, but when she was thank God that there is such a nursing
Fund Is Nearing gave me great satisfaction in my mindto aware of where she was, she would look at home as Whispering Pines Care Center.
and give that sweet and her
you laugh eyes cared for when I couldn't.
know you can still get service beyondthe They my mom
I call of duty with a smile. would sparkle. All of the Center family They made sure she received all of the love
$300,000 Goal would share my joy and wonderful feeling and care that was possible to give.
Joe Anderson Starke
these moments would bring. Esther Sanders


The response to the ambitious goal of jobs to fill this gap is obvious. Notebook .
County Agent's ----ey Bobby Taylor. --- I
raising $300,000 for a three-year pro- The Bradford County Economic

gram to attract new industry to Bradford Development Corporation was formed
County has been gratifying, August 25 and the Chamber board Last week I started a series of articles on Consider a Greenhouseshaped Frame structure is set into concrete
greenhouses. I discussed some of the footings, rather than embedded into the
demonstrating once again that our com- outlined plans for raising the money things you should consider when trying to like a tent,also is popular.The only ground. This provides additional protec-
munity has met a challenge that might needed to employ an economic develop- decide where to locate your greenhouse. I structural difference between it and the tion from heavy winds

have been considered impossible ment director and secretary, and promotional suggested that you should choose a loca- Post-Rafter type is that the A-Frame has Today, we've discussed the most com-
several months ago. activities during the three- tion that receives as much sunlight from an additional beam, called a collar beam addelstrength mon greenhouse designs, both for privateand
period. A fund-raising committee the south as possible. I also emphasizedthe between the rafters. This gives commercial use. Each has its advan-
The fund drive started Sept. 8 and so year headed need for adequate wind protection, as to the structure. But, interior tages and drawbacks. So, before you set
J.E. Tomlinson chairmanand is reduced
by as in A-Frame design
well as easy access to heating fuel, electricity space an out to construct a greenhouse of a
has been par-
far a total of $250,895 con- Orian Wells as vice chairman, in- and water. because of the slanting sides. ticular
should
type,you contact me and request -
tributed, over 80 percent of the needed cluded the entire Chamber board of This week I'll discuss some popular Probably the most durable kind of information about various building

amount. directors, as well as representativesfrom greenhouse structures you can build, providing greenhouse commercial and designs the one, is most the Rigid-Frame often used in plans. I can show you a catalogue contain-

The plan was first outlined and other areas of the county. and a good you location.have enough landscape space type. Basically, it is a Post-Rafter design, ing different information greenhouses.about building From a this numberof you

adopted by the Starke-Bradford County With less than $50,000 needed to reach Greenhouses come in a variety of shapes with plywood gussets nailed or glued These to the can select the type you feel will best meet
last June with the those who and styles. Before decide on a par connecting Post-Rafter joints. needs and
Chamber of Commerce a $300,000 goal, have not you eliminate the need for a collar your request specific plans for
to the their to this effort shoulddo ticular type, consider such things as cost, gussets same by number.
goal of adding 100 new jobs given support availability of materials and the ease or beam and the interior of the greenhouse is
Next week I'll discuss
employment totals of the county by fun- so now so that the Bradford County difficulty of construction. clear and unobstructed. Also, the Rigid- struction material greenhouse con-

ding an economic development pro- Economic Development Corporationcan Probably the simplest greenhouse you
gram. With more than a hundred jobs proceed with its three-year drive to can build is the Quonset type.This is just a

having been lost in the county from cut- bring in new industry at a time when semicircular pipe frame, set into steel or Forestry in Bradford CountyLooking I

backs in industrial and timber opera- new jobs are needed to replace those concrete footings. A plastic covering Is
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then placed over the pipe frame to form
By David W.Norton
tions in the past year, the need for new lost. '
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the top and sides of the shutters at Leaves i Bradford County Forester
walls, doors, fan openings and
normally are constructed of wood. Having just returned from the moun- have woods here) and the mountains, I
A Gothic-type greenhouse Is very tains of Tennessee, North Carolina, and don't believe there's a better place to visit
similar to the Quonset, except that the don't forget north Georgia, I thought. I than north Georgia. It is a quiet place,
pipes are bent into a pointed,gothic shape. would let you in on a leaf report. tucked back in the hills full of color-it Is
The gothic structure makes a nice looking The leaves as of October 26'were kind of a secret place to drive through.
building.With any greenhouse,you need to reaching their peak in most of these areas, When I travel through the forest I don't
Ill tr U provide good ventilation, but this is especially at the higher elevations.What Is care if I pass one car on the road and that's
.especially true for the Gothic and Quonset peculiar this year is that the colon do not what north Georgia is all about. Fine coun-
of these tend to hold heat and seem to be as brilliant as seen in the past try, all you can eat dining at the Smith
prevent air circulation. and some trees are losing their leaves at a House in Dahlonega, Anna-Ruby Falls
Another simple greenhouse design Is the rapid rate. Most people you stop and talk near Helen and Brasstown Bald the
Post-Rafter type. This structure requiresmore to, believe that some of these trees are doIng highest point in Georgia are large improvements -
wood or metal than the Quonset or this because of the drought that oc- from Frontier Town and In-
Gothic designs. If you want a Post-Rafter cured in the southeastern U.S. this past dian artifacts made in Korea. So take your
SANTA ft! COMMUNITY COLLEQE greenhouse, you'U need to drive the posts year.I ,commercial Gatlinburgs. and Cherokees;
N / ENDOWMENT CORPORATION deeply into the d. This will provide stayed in a cabin near Blue Ridge, north Georgia has got you beat for the
protection from heavy winds,and give ad- Georgia and managed to take in a considerable quietest, prettiest place the forest can provide
amount of leaf displays in the southeast, and it's closer too!
See Story In Section B ded support for the rafters.. throughout north Georgia. If you want to Personally I woodn'tpess up the chance to
The A-Frame which Is
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enjoy full colors, being In the forest (we see it all again next fall.

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Social Side Club News :. Debqrah Johnson, Bradley Hildreth Exchange ,

of theNews 'Notice V .

Jirw"y J Church Items Wedding Vows October 24 in MaxvilleFirst


l Weddings'Receptions Baptist Church of Maxville with pink and blue ribbons. She carried A four-tiered bride's cake featur Out of town guests were Pla
s was the setting for the ceremony pink, blue and ing a blue fountain with Rasmussen
1 uniting Deborah Jean Johnson and purple carna- two stair from Denmark'; others
f tions cases with miniature bridesmaids were from New
C\ California,
j Bradley Scott Hildreth. The JerseYl
? Parties Reverend Bill Turner. officiated for and ushers leading two side cakes Washington, DC, and Orlan-
Attendants with miniature
I were Stephanie Pitt- bride and groom on do.
I man, Traci Coverdale, Terri Tobias top. Following a trip to Epcot Center
the ceremony held at 7:30 p.m. on and Paula Warren.Their attire mat- Terri Branch designed and baked and Sea World the couple will reside
j October 24, 1986. The bride is the ched that of the matron of honor. the wedding cake. She also cut and in Starke. ,
i I 1 daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Carl E. served the cake to the guests.
IVp Johnson of Maxville. The groom is Miss Paige Butler of Huntington Guests were ,treated to cake,
C the son of Mr. & Mrs Ronald E, Beach, CA, was flower girl. punch, finger sandwiches and The bride is a graduate of Baldwin
Hildreth of Starke.A Kyle Hildreth of Bridgeton, NJ, vegetable trays at the reception. High School
served as ring bearer. The bride groom and their The groom is a graduate of Brad-
ford
High School and is
+ white archway with pink, purple The best parents received guests in the E. I. Dupont. employed.by
man was Ronald E. receivingjine. _
and baby blue carnations decoratedthe Hildreth,the groom's father.Ushers I ", ---.....-_.-. _-. .---_.-.. ._._ .-. -_ .-
rostrum - -
t along with two jade -- - >
were Bruce Hildreth from New ] Hours 1:30-5:30 ,
trees and two white candalabras.
wwj'41 Church windows held candles and Jersey, Brian Hildreth of Deltona, ) 9:30-4:00 M4J0 Ann
John Bennett and Mike
Jordan. { SO*W.Call
white satin bows marked the pews. '
1 (904)964-1547( ) .11 J.. .. -1-;,)
Following the ceremony a recep- '. A Speciality Gift! Shop '
Nuptial organ music was provided tion was held in the church 1
by Brooke Turner. Pam Byrd and fellowship hall. Candles were placed 1
Doug Warren sang a duet. In the windows and the table was For unusual elegant & delightful Christmas decorations, <
covered with a white lace tablecloth 1.' country,traditional & Victorian. :
The bride, escorted to the altar by over blue and flowers were pink and < Music boxes from the Christopher Collection at fabulous
her father,wore a gown of white silk blue carnations. i; prices.
organza over tafetta with a princessanne
neckline featuring a pearl Inviting guests to sign the bride's 1 New shipment of porcelain animals from the Harvey Knox
bodice overlay, full length lace book was Deborah Owens. Assisting 1 Kingdom.
sleeves and a cathedral length train. was Jewel'Coverdale, Helen Tobias, We Appreciate Your Patronage
To complete her outfit the bride Wendy! Tinsley and Rose Wilbanks. < ,
; chose a wreath headpiece with a .
cathedral length veil. Her adorn-

Ir pearl ments necklace.The were pearl. earrings and a NOTICE OF BRADFORD COUNTY

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bride carried a cascade of HEALTH FACILITIES
white roses with royal blue baby's
breath.

Mrs. Carol Williams, the bride's AUTHORITY MEETINGYOU
sister, served as matron of honor.
Her dress was royal blue tafetta accented -

I air. at Airs. Bradley Hildreth ruffles with baby large blue flower shoulder on bows a comb on WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Bradford


County Health Facilities Authority will hold a public


.,: TURKOLOGY meeting in the Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,

Florida on Monday, November 17, 1986 at 7:00: p.m. ,

:, J.t. L' CONTEST and on Thursday, November 20, 1986 at 7:00: p.m. The

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f the Bradford Health Facilities
k F1.v g Call Sylvia County Authority and

r k 964.6305 for InformationDRESS for setting final interest rates and terms in connection -


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George W. Roberts, Jr.


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I Chrtearidra Louise Hamilton
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: Plan Benjamin December Stephenson WeddingMr. Jr. 4. ABOUT YOU AND YOUR FUTURE_?

and Mrs. Irie John Hamilton, .( pNpO Leila'sgg0
Sr. of Lawtey announce the engag- "
ment of their daughter Miss HasMade It
.' Chrisandra Louise,of Tallahassee to 'tz ,
Keystoner
._ Benjamin Franklin Stephenson, Jr. SZ7'; To The
of Ft. Lauderdale son of Gussie and ,
': Benjamin Lauderdale.The Stephenson. Sr. of Ft. f Big Time!

r bride-elect is a graduate of State
'N Fla. State University and is This hot little numberis
,,:J J ,' employed by Easter Seal Rehabilitation / a delightful addition
Center. to your wardrobe, and
.1 Benjamin is attending Florida A& '
\ / its available only atLeila'
-", M University and is employed by Bank
0: Southeast Bank of Miami, Fla. .
(01'. "' The wedding is planned for t Sweatshirt.. 2400
'," 0, December 13, 1986 at 2:00: p.m. in St.
I Johns Baptist Church in Lawtey. All \ T-Shirt on 1400
If' friends and relatives are invited to rzxSr: [ We're open from 9:30.5:30: Mon.-Sat. Layaways Welcome Wants to Talk

.r. ,; ,attend. J' ?d Bradford Sq. Shopping Center Starke 964.5051 t ; ,,


"I'- Queen Elizabeth, to You about t1'1TJ'yYour

?4.'" Larry Robinson,

';;' Announce Engagement

:3V Mrs. Jessie L. Myers of Lawtey CLEANUP CREW: Savings.

,..... announces the engagement and up ..
coming marriage of her daughter ,
Queen Elizabeth, to Mr. Larry Ed-
win Robinson, son of Doris Robinson BLOW OR VACUUM & BAG LEAVES
I of Lawtey. Don't Send Your
Moneyto
The bride-elect is a graduate of THE EASY WAY We Offer
I ?J Jones College and is employed by Cleanup driveway, the IRS, when You
;y'I: the City of Lawtey. sidewalks and yard
"ft.. Her fiance is a graduate of Brad- : \\ilrr'\ -*Tquickly without the rake 'if % Can Use Our IRA
ford High School and is employed by '
Flav-O-Rich in Jacksonville. :1'j and without the sweat!

'" The wedding is planned for D Cordless, gas powered O Individual
3J- November 15, 1986 at 2:00: p.m. in blower/vac delivers
'" Philadelphia Baptist Church in Compounded Retirement
13" Lawtey. A reception will be held at t 140 mph velocity. 0
-"" Club. D from Regular Savings Account
the Starke Woman's Changes vacuum/
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'" All friends and relatives are In- i1; to blower in a minute.
:S": vited. Now Accounts Will Not BeEffected

u,'to n; Mrs. Cathy: wood Honoredu r I. Blower / vac with bagONLY$1SSS9 Super Now Accounts by

1; With Baby Shower I *Compounded Quartely *Compounded Monthly The New Tax Law for 1986 Income

10' r' A baby shower was held Saturday
night, October 25, for Mrs. Cathy j
Wood. The shower was given by "-,,
Mrs. Kimberly Sellers at her homein .,;...... r< ...-.
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Free
Starke. Accountsfor
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The refreshment table was MODEL 960 _
covered with a Precious Moments : .. -. .t'"
table cloth centered with a mama .I,1/'V 'A : MinorsNo
rabbit baby rabbit in a cradle. : /1 .
Cake, nuts and soft drinks were gwt Service Charge for Minors under 1 IS

served. ;H k.
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J./ Among the guests was Mrs. ; .I'm" : L'Y
Wood's mother, Mrs. Pauline t. 'J -
Lemire. Watch for Our Middleburg Branch Opening Soon!

si? Ricky Norman Enjoys iN. ,
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':': 2nd Birthday Party .'. EATER.rl.1t
r.. "The Friendly Bank in the Friendly Community" -
-! :<; Ricky Norman celebrated his 2nd
"'*' parents Paul and Janet,at his home 1111: Keystone State Bank

ar' on Saturday, October 18. J.'o( FLORIDA PEST CONTROL
'r'* along with
Fifteen young guests j't: j Gasrls'J
a family and friends joined in the I Jtlauo1 s- ; 539 East Call Street Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Nelghts 173933

'n'. celebration. The eddy Bear" 3.U n .... Starke964.5145owe .
.iJ used and the table was
'I'centered theme was with a "Mickey Mouse" o bf Thiqpeft DMtrtIIu.......In,..Bon Ml.THton.CiA 31794.CaI(ea)M3-138 -
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I Joy Carlton Weds Michael I Anthony Plant .( 'W- !.'.




I October 25 in Starke CeremonyThe 1 ,.o'>


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Starke Church of God was the compliment the gown the bride and assisting'was Mr: Marty
I setting for the ceremony uniting Joy chose a Juliet cap with finger tip veil Rhoden. Tables were covered with
Abeline Carlton and Michael An of illusion and long chapel train. She white flounced linen tied at the cor
thony Plant. Rev. Richard Martin&: wore white pearl earrings, a gift ners with wine colored bows. Plants
Rev. Walter Montz officiated for the from the groom. were placed at various points
ceremony held at 7:00: p.m. Satur The bride carried a cascade of around the reception halL .
day, October 25, 1988. The bride is white & pale pink roses, carnations, Silver candlabras accented the!
the daughter of Ms. Sharon Carltonof baby's breath and white streamersin four-tiered wedding cake decoratedin
Lawtey and Martin Carlton of love knots. pink &: wine roses topped wit]
Lake City. The groom is the son of Miss Jennifer Bennett served as doves. Nuts, &: mints were offered IE
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Plant of maid of honor. Her tea length gownof silver dishes. Susie Bennett, Trixie!
..... Gainesville. slipper satin in wine featured puffed Martin &: Elena Salazar served.
-); Guests were invited to register in short sleeves, fitted bodice, huge Centering the punch table was ar
"
#II" the bride's book by Mrs.Donna Dt n- tie sash balooned at the hemline. arrangement of wine carnations interspersed ,
&J a'" I., can. The registry table was Her hair was accented with a half in a silver candlabra
"")..t ., decorated with pink roses, a hur moon hairpiece. She carried a holding burning wine colored tapers "r '" ,. .,.-..... __
..; ricane lamp surrounded by greenry grapevine wreath covered with pink On one end was a crystal punchbowl Lori Ann Co"'."
f and baby's breath.A ribbons, wine roses and baby's with a sivler coffee service on the
15 branch candlabra with a 21 breath. other.Attending the punch table was Lori Ann CorbettTo

r" ii .crown arch was the center of the Sheila Jackson, Janice Thaggard Cindv Wheeler & Cathy Bennett. Wed Robert Thomas
church decorations. Flanked on Joanna Plant&Vickie Daniel served l
either side were 7 branch as honor attendants. Their attire Various foods, prepared by Mr. and Mrs. Billy Corbett <>l
candlabras graced with fiscus trees, was similar to the maid of honor. Charles Schmitt, were arranged for Darien, Ga. (formerly of Starke) an-
cobra plants, palms & ferns. A unity Serving as best man was Jeff ,the guests on the food table. nounce the engagement of their
candle flanked the kneeling bench. Plant, brother of the groom. The groom's cake was served by daughter, Lori Ann, to Robert Allen
Pews were marked with bows. Ushers were Matthew Carlton, Mrs. Anna Teston. On either end Thomas of Darien, son of Mr. and
Wedding music was provided by Daniel Carlton, brothers of the were various chocolates, ball & Mrs. Robert P. Thomas of Crescent,
Miss Barbara Ann Smith with sing bride, Sean Daniel &: James Rodri-
ing by Mr. Greg Alvarez, Mrs. Judy quez. All ushers were attired in chain, billyjacks & handcuffs. A Ga.Lori is attending Brunswick Jr.
Plant & interpreter Miss Kelli Jo silver grey tuxedoes. silver candlabra with burning wine College and is employed at Sears.
Dyal. Serving as flower girl was Miss colored tapers was used for Robert is a graduate of McIntosh
Mothers of the bride and groom Emily Wheeler also wearing attire enhancement. Co. Academy and is employed as a
were escorted in carrying a lighted similar to the maid of honor. She Following a wedding trip to commercial shrimper.The .
candle which they placed in the Uni carried a wicker basked with pink Disney World the couple plans to wedding is planned for
ty candle. streamers. reside in Gainesville. December 13 at 6 p.m. In Darien
The bride Jantzen Plant communion Church of Christ.
given in marriage by ,
The bride is of BUS andIs
a graduate
her father, Martin Carlton, and bearer, was attired the same as the by Winn-Dixie. The bride Is the niece of Floy.
brother, Barry Carlton, wore a long ushers. He carried a communiontray. employed Thomas of Starke and Mr. &Mrs. T.
white satin gown with high jeweled J. Corbett of Lawtey.School .
neckline insert of chiffon, three- After the ceremony,guests attended The groom is a graduate of
T quarter length sleeves with wide ruffled a reception in the reception hall. Gainesville High School and is MenusNov.
I Mr. & Mrs. Michael Anthony Plant trim and a puff at shoulder edg- Greeting guests at the door was Mrs. employed at Winn-Dixie as produce

ed with lace and a fitted bodice. To Ida_Sue Schmitt.Mr. Doug Bennett manager. 17-Nov. 21
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Bradford Elem.&Middle School

Monday, Salisbury Steak rice 4 gravy, green
1 ITEMS OF INTEREST; _-_ beans peaches,biscuits,milk.
Tuesday: Beef a ronl cheese stix garden salad,
apple crisp hot rolls milk.
U.D.C. To Meet Eastern Star Supper District Youth Revival. EvangalistTim Refreshments will be served and Wedneidayi Fried chicken mashed potatoes 4
buttered chocolate cake
The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U.D.C. Starke Chapter 224, Order of the Davis will be the guest speakerfor pastor J. Parramore invites New River Baptist gravy w/chocolate' 'Icing,green hot rolls peas,milk.
will meet on Monday, November 17 Eastern Star, will have a Family the weekend event with special everyone to come on out. The churchis Sets Cook-Out, Thursday t Beef-vegetable soup cheese toast,
at 11:00: a.m. at the Western Steer Night Supper Saturday, November singing from the youth groups. located on Brownlee Rd. past the GameThe apple sauce,saltines,cookie,milk.lettuce,
Volleyball Friday Hamburger on bun tomatoes
Restaurant. 15, at 7 p.m. in the Masonic Hall. Refreshments will be served after Vo-Tech. pickles,later tats,chocolate pudding,milk
All Masons and their families art each service with youth breakfast Meeting ScheduledFor New River Baptist Church has Bradford Middle School students have a choice
Women of St. Mark'sThe invited to attend. Sunday, Nov. 16 at 8:00: a.m. in the set a cook-out and volleyball game of a hot lunch or a salad bar.

Women of St. Mark's will fellowship hall. A special service Hospital Auxiliary for Saturday, Nov. 15,beginning at 5 Bradford High School

meet on Wednesday,November 19 at Ladles of Starke beginning at 10:00: a.m. will follow Mrs. Judy Moore, Director of p.m.The Mondavi Barbecue on bun buttered corn,cabbage -
the breakfast under the direction of University of Florida Baptist slaw,chocolate cake w/lclng milk.
10:30: a.m. in the Parish Hall. Church of God To Clinical Nursing for Grant Center
of the church. Tuesdays Beef-vegetable cheese toast
the direction
youth Student Ministry, under the soup
be for the
the
Hospital, will speaker saltine crackers,fruit cup cookie milk.
D.A.R. To Meet Offer Baked GoodsThe The church extends a warm handof Bradford Hospital Auxiliary general of Otto Spangler, will put on Wedneidayi Hamburger gravy mashed
welcome to the community to meeting to be held at 6:30 on skits. Dinner will begin at 6 p.m. potatoes,buttered green peas,strawberry shortcake
The Samuel Elbert Chapter, Ladies Auxiliary at the Starke come observe this special! weekend p.m. Sunday, Nov. 16, has been nameda hot rolls,milk.
Church of God will be taking orders Monday, November 17, at the Thursday Fried chicken baked beans, garden
D.A.R. will meet on Thursday, revival. The church is located at 422 High Attendance Sunday with all
Western Steer Restaurant.Mrs. salad butterscotch cookies, hot
peaches rolls
November 20 at 2:00: p.m. at the for desserts for your holiday feast. N. St. Clair St. Walter F. Montz is assistant ad- members being encouraged to at- milk.
Moore former
home of Mrs. J.D. Henderson, Any kind of dessert will be pastor. tend.. Fridays Whaler on bun potato tots, mixed
ministrator of Bradford Hospital
Forest Street, Keystone Heights. available by order only, please call The new color church directoriesare vegetables,pineapple upside down cake,milk
964-5445 or 964-7218 to place orders Pine Hill Methodist and a past member of the Auxiliary,
in and will be given out to the A-la-Carte
will over-view of Grant
Fish .. and for further information. give an
Fry.
Plans Gospel Sing Center a private psychiatrichospitat members who participated in having Monday French fries,milkshake,orange Juice,
Free fish fry and sing located Route 301 in them made this Sunday. pizza hamburgers
gospel Church of God Saturday, November 15 at 7:3f on Tuesdays Cheeseburgers plus french tries,
Saturday, Nov. IS, 4 p.m. til ??? at p.m. is the date and time set for f. Citra. corndogs, milkshakes,orange juice.
Full Gospel Mission on US 100 near Dlst. Youth RevivalSet gospel sing at Pine Hill Methodist This is the last general meeting for ThlnksqluinciDiu) Wednesday! Hamburgers pizza milkshakes,
New River. Novebmer 14 16 Church. calendar year 1986;all members are orange juice corndogs french fries.Thursday .
Cheeseburgers french fries,
Rev. Hoke O. Berry welcomes Featured will be The Challengersof urged to attend to keep abreast of [ Yluu.271b juice, pizza! milkshakes. ... 0 ""0'orange* everyone. "Upon this Rock" is the theme Lake Butler, Smith Bros., and the new developments within Brad- Frldsyi French fries,hamburgers milkshakes
chosen for the Starke Church of God orange Juicacorndogs. > ,
7 local sinners.; ford Hospital, and its Auxiliary., ':a.J,

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"Flowers FLORIST for All Occasions?' GROCERYCor WATERS All About ShortCutsThey FURNITUREKim BADCOCK HALLMARK"When You Care Enoughto SHOP

US 301 & State Lawtey Send the Very Best"NeBr
U.S. 301 South 782-3737 & Jan Johnson Bradford Sq Shopping Canter

964.7958LYNN'S 9641771WESTERN
say he brushed hi* .
teeth twice, a day with a nationally RI' STEER
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CUSTOM BOWEN'S advertised tooth paste. DEWITT C. JONES

DRYWALL & PEST CONTROL"Draw The year.doctor He wore examined his overshoes him twice a FUNERAL HOME FAMILY STEAK HOUSEFrom

when it rained, slept with the
PLASTERING, INC. Nigh to God and He windows open and stuck to a Distinguished for Caring Service All of Us at Western Steer
"Your Complete Dry Wall, Plastering diet with plenty of fresh vegetables Over 50 Years
Will Draw Nigh to You" James 4:8: U.S'-301 South
& Stuccoing Needs" a r Steve & Cindy Futch & Staff
Hwy. 18 Starke 984-5317 9645288DIMPLE'S He relinquished his tonsils 814 E. Nona 964-62uO-Keystcne 473-317B 6646051ANDREWS
and traded In several wornout 1
glands. And he golfed but never ,
BRADFORD TITLE more than 18 holes at a time. B & M STARTER
Each night he slept at least
& ABSTRACT"We STYLE SHOP DRUGSErvin
eight hours. He never smoked i & GENERATOR

encourage you to worshipthis Dimple Overstreet & Staff .did drank his daily nor lost dozen his dally.temper.He was He 238 E. Washington Street Andrews

week & every weeW 117 S. Thompson Street set to live to 100.
His funeral will be next 964-5274 964.7170
964.6881 S64-5780 Wednesday. He la survived by 18
specialists,4 health Institutes,6 -
NORTH FLORIDACHRYSLERPLYMOUTH JORDAN AGENCYAT gyms,and numerous companies DOUGLAS BATTERYOF GERALD GRIFFISCONSTRUCTION
of health foods.

STARKE He had forgotten about trains STARKEWe -

DODGE, INC. "Serving You First" at in level a hurry crossings.taking IbortcutslLlle Why? He !was I Rebuild Starters, Superior Quality Homesat

"We're Committed to Serving You" 441 W. Madison Street has few If any short-cuts. Alternators & Generators Affordable Prices
U.S. JIM South There are certain roads and processes Auto Marine Cycle Batteries
9646011CEDAR 964-5237 or 964.6313 I which cannot be avoided. 407 N.Temple 964-711 Hwy. 301 South 9646633Community
Success and fulfillment In life
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RIVER GRIFFIS & SONS offer no short-cuts. Even God LOVE THAT
takes ten years to grow a ten. State '
SEAFOODThe FIBERGLASS WORKS"We year-old oak tree. r, VIDEO ttJ Bankof
And Jesus reminded us
Best Seafood In Town Encourage You to Attend about short-cuts! "Straight Is "Love Is Good For You" Starke I
Worship Services at the Churchof the gate and narrow Is the way. Starke's Only Home Owned
236 S. Temple Ave. Your Choice"US which leads to life ." r 925A N. Temple Avenue Independent Bank

964.5685 301 North 964-5531 964-4582. Ill $.Walnut M47I30URIAH
Sunday Monday Tuesday '
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STYLE CENTER"Your NATIONAL BANK EXXON SERVICE INC.

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

964.8113Chastain's & Staff "964-6111 964-7500

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Jewelry -- NAPA AUTO Lou Ann's Azalea CORBETT'S
'. -sears"by Tlw A-.sneea sassy
/ & Blueberry Farm TIRES & SERVICE
& Gift Gallery PARTS STORE"All Wednesday! Thursday PHday! Saturday '
John Roman PhUlpplans 1 John All Nature Sings of Jesus Complete Tire Shop I
Bibles, Gifts & Jewlery the Right PartsIn 191-10 91-14 1.-12-3O lil-lO Located off 100 South towiirde.' & Auto Repairs

104 W. Call Street All the Right Places" CotW IKS,IWM._-- Keystone. take right on 24th 402 N. Temple Hwy 301 N.

964-7271 155 W. Brownlee Rd. 964-6060 r.0 So......ommnx.m.VA mot .n....et.loIlow_ signs_._14-7101. .' 964-8438


ECONO riOEGEL'SAUTO LARRY BATTENCONSTRUCTION J .. Sports Apparel

LODGE SALES CO. ." & Equipment

"Worship This Week and V;JH J<11.11u tout.* MlAcrooq Muss
"Spend A Night "Quality Work for Less'
Week at the Church of
Not A Fortune" Every Your Choice" 'State Road, 100 South ( from Norman's Mark)

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT through the FARMERS HOME tenects South line of Northeast Quarterof IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR 20th day of November, 1986. BROWNAS

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'' FLORIDA PUBLIC NOTICE ADMINISTRATION. UNITED STATES Northwest Quarter (NE 1/4 of NW BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA GILBERT COURT
OF SAID
,r: OF AGRICULTURE 1/4)) and run South along East right of CIVIL DIVISION CLERK
1 v. IN AND FOR BRADFOf JUNTY The School Board of Bradford County, DEPARTMENT ; ByFayWhltheadDeputy
.' ; u 'CIVIL ACTIO. Starke,. Florida, will hold a Public HearIng FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK a way line of State Road S-325 a distanceof CASE NO 86.330 Clerk

.....,.... -U: .-v-.. .CA, 4 N0! 84"43' on proposed School Board Rule National Banking Association; 420 feet for a point of belnnlng, FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK 11/6 2tchg 1113IN
.. R*: Th* Marriage 6Gx42.31 PROCEDURE FOR HANDLING J. D. ODOM and VERNIE P. ODOM, thence continue South along said right of Plaintiff
RUSSELL H. GREEN. Ill COMPLAINTS OF DISCRIMINATION, his wile; and REGISTER OIL way 178 feet, thence run East and vs.
Husband on November 17, 1986 at 7 p.m., In the COMPANY INC., parallel with said Quarter Section Line GARY W. BREWER and DONNA L. THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH
Plaintiff School Board Room of the District 615 feet, thence run North 178 feet to BREWER, JUDICIAL CIRCUT. IN AND FOR
Defendants.NOTICE
v. School's Administrative Offices, 582 OF SALE the Southeast corner of land now owned Defendants.NOTICE BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
DOROTHY J. GREEN North Temple Avenue, Stark, Florida.Copies Notice Is hereby given that, pursuantto by John Farkas, thence run West 615 OF SALE CASENO.:86421CAIN
Wife :: of this Board Rule Final: Judgment In Foreclosure feet to the Point of Beginning, lying and NOTICE Is hereby given that pursuant RE: The Marriage of
proposed
I Defendant be obtained at the Superintendent'soffice entered herein I will sell the property being In Section 31, Township 7 South to the Final Judgement entered In Case GLEN DALE BAXLEY,
NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTY may and 4 00 situated In Bradford County, Florida Range 22 East and containing 2'/i acres, Number 86-330, In the Circuit Court of Husband,
between BOO
TO: DOROTHY J. GREEN Address : a.m : .p.m. described In the Schedule of Property attached more or I.... Less and Except: All existing Bradford County Florida, I will sell the and

Unknown. Monday This Is through In compliance Friday.wlth. .lhe Florida hereto at public sole to the roads and right of way. Said lands property situated In Bradford County ROBERTA LYNN BAXLEY,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action amendedby highest and best bidder for cash at the containing 68 acres, more or less, are Florida described as:: Wife
for Dissolution of Marriage ha. Statues, Chapter Florida 120.54(1)ar( )( ) main door of the Bradford County Courthouse located In Bradford County Florida. A parcel of land In the NW 1/4 of NE NOTICE OF ACTION; CONSTRUCTIVE

b..n filed against you and you or. re'quired the 1986 Legislature.Jim Sup.rlnt.nd.ntBradford In Starke, Bradford County, LESS AND EXCEPT: 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Section 34, Township 6 SERVICE:
'serve'a Duncan A parcel of land lying partly In the SE South, Range 22 East In the City of
to copy ot your written County sChool. Florida. at 11:00: a.m. on the 11 th day of NO PROPERTYTO
defense., If any to.It, on the plaintiff'sattorney 10/303tchg 1113IN DECEMBER 1986. 1/40' NW 1/4 and partly In the SW 1/4 Starke, Bradford County, Florida. Said : ROBERTA LYNN BAXLEY
who.. nom. and address I. DATED this 3rd day of November of NE 1/4 of Section 31 Township 7 parcel containing one acre and being PINES APARTMENT, '165
DUDLEY P. HARDY P.A. : 1986. South Rang 22 East Bradford County, more particularly described os follows: ST. MARY'S GEORGIA ,
P.O. Drawer 1030 THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH GILBERT S. BROWN Florida; said parcel being more par Commence at the NW corner of said NW YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for
.. Stark... Florida 32091 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Clerk of Circuit Court ticularly described as follows: 1/4 of NE 1/4 of SW 1/4 and run S dissolution of marriage has been filed
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA The Westerly 25 of the following 885530" E, along the N'ly boundary
and file the original with th. clerk of the BY: Marian McRaeDeputy acres against you and you are required to
84-64-CJ ) described The South. of the NE thereof 345.05 feet said N'ly' boundaryalso
above .tyl.d court on or before CASE NO. ((2-613) Clerk parcel: ; serve a copy of your written defenses If
JUVENILE DIVISION r'IN and that of the SE 1/4 of NW being the center line of Geiger
November 24, 1986: otherwise a judgement SCHEDULE OF PROPERTY 1/4 portion any to It on Eugene F. Shaw Husband'sattorney
b. entered against for the THE INTEREST OF: South Half of Northeast Quarter (S 1/2 1/4 of Section 31, Township 7 South Road. Thence S 1*04'30" W, 25,00 feet to whose address Is 92S-E North

relief may demanded In the complaint you or CANDY N. WENNER DOB: 06-09-81 of NE 1/4)) and that portion of Southeast Rang 22 East, Bradford County, Florida an Iron pipe located on the Sly boundaryof Temple Avenue, Stark, Florida 32091,
petition. STEVEN B. MARSHALL, DOB: 09.30.83. Quarter of Northwest Quarter (SE 1/4 of lying East of County Road 325 (formerly the ROW of Geiger Road for POB from on or before December 8, 1986 and 41 lethe
WITNESS hand and the seal of said Minor Children. NW 1/4)) lying East of State Road IS-325, State Road S-325)), save and excepting POB thus described continue S 10430"W original with the clerk of this ccCrt
Court on October my 13, 1986. AMENDED SUMMONS AND NOTICEOF all In Section 31, Township 7 South therefrom those parcels described In 208.71 feet to an Iron pipe; thence S either before service on Husband' attorney .
GILBERT S. BROWN PETITION FOR Range 22 East, Save and Excepting DEED BOOK 64, PAGE 395 DEED BOOK 8855'30" E. and parallel to aforesaid S'ly or Immediately thereafter; otherwise .
A.Clerk of said Court PERMANENT COMMITMENTTHE Therefrom those portions and parcels 68 PAGE 233 DEED BOOK 87. PAGE 97 boundary 208,71 feet to an iron pipe; a default will be entered againstyou
By: Beulah Moody STATE OF FLORIDA: described in Deed Book 64, Page 395 of the public records of sold County. Sold thence N 0430" E, 20871 feet to an for the relief demanded In the petition.
As Deputy Clerk Deed Book 68, Page 233, Deed Book 87. 25 acres being bound on the East by a Iron pipe located on said Sly boundary. .
10/234tchg 11/13 TO: JANIE MARSHALL Page 97. The above described exceptions line parallel with the Easterly boundaryof Thence N 880430' W, along said S'ly DATED on this 4 November, 1986.
Address Unknown are a. follows: sold Section 31. boundary 208.71 feet to POB. GILBERT s. BROWN
-- That portion of the Southeast Quarterof IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR at public sale, to the highest bidder for As Clerk of the Court
NOTICE OF INTENTION PATRICK M. MARSHALL the Northeast Quarter (SE 1/4 of NE BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA cash at the front door of the Bradford BY: Martha S. Johns
TO REGISTER Address Unknown 1/4)) of Section 31 Township 7 South PROBATE DIVISION County Courthouse, In Starke, Florida A* Deputy Clerk
FICTITIOUS NAME Range 22 East of Bradford County CASE 86.86-CP between 11:00: a.m. and 2:00 p.m. on the 11/13 4tchg 12/4

Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida RAYMOND JOHN WENNER II Florida described as follows: Begin at FILE 1-3769
,Statutes., notice I. hereby given that th. Address UnknownYou the Southeast corner of said Southeast IN RE: Estate of SAMUEL JAMES
undersigned Sandra Gail Lee, P.O. Box Quarter of Northeast Quarter (SE 1/4 of McGARVEY
1372 Stark, Florida, 32091 sole owner are hereby notified that a petition NE 1/4)), thence run North 150 yards, Deceased
doing business under th. firm name of under oath copy of which is attached thence West 250 yards, thence South 150 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The Eyeglass Star, 103 Edwards Rd., hereto has been filed in the above styled yards; thence East 250 yards to point of The administration of the estate of $P ] TURKOLOGY

Stork, Fla., 32091, Intends to register Court for the permanent commitment beginning. SAMUEL JAMES McGARVEY, deceased,
aid fictitious name under the aforesaid of CANDY NICOLE WENNER a female Beginning at the point where the File Number 1.3769, Is pending In the c
tatute. child born on June 9, 1981 at Jacksonville North line of the property conveyed by Circuit Court for Bradford County, CONTEST

Dated this 20th day of October A.D., Duval County Slate of Florida, and Woodrow Hicks and wife, Doris Hicks, as Florida, Probate Division the address of ..
1986 In Bradford County. STEVEN BRADLEY MARSHALL a male Grantors to Eugene L. Birt and wife, which Is P.O. Box B, Starke Florida

.. .. .. I0/23 4tchg 11/13 child born on September 30, 1983 at Mary Birt, as grantees, by warranty 32091. The name and address of the personal jlNKi Coming Soon
Jacksonville, Duval County State of deed dated let day of February, A.D., representative and of the personal
Florida, to the Department of Health and 1944 and recorded in Deed Book 51, at representatives attorney are set forth W"
IN HE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA.
EIGHTH I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Rehabilitative Services for subsequent Page 269, et seq., of the public recordsof below fr Call Sylvia
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. adoption and you are hereby commanded said County (reference to which Deed Interested persons are required to
CASE NO. 86-175 to be and appear before the Is had as a part of the description file with the court WITHIN THREE MON. r k 964-6305
for Information
FORTUNE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND Honorable George H. Pierce, Acting hereof and the property conveyed by THS FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
Judge of the Circuit Court, at the Bradford said deed being situate East of the County PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE: ((1)) all

LOAN. Plaintiff ASSOCIATION County Courthouse at 3:00: o'clock graded road hereinafter mentionedand claims against the estate and ((2)) any objection -.-..---..-..-. ........... --

,.' -. ,. P,M. on Wednesday December 17, 1986, In Southwest Quarter of Northeast by an Interested person to whom
V at Starke, Bradford County, Florida. You Quarter (SW 1/4 of NE 1/4)) and notice was mailed that challenges the
PAUL L. KING LOIS KING FLORIDA NA. Dr. Mark C. Knouse M.D.
the date of the will the of .
must appear at a hearing on Southeast Quarter of Northwest QuarterSE validity qualifications ,
TIONAL BANK, WALTER E. KEARBEY
and at the time specified Your failure to ( 1/4 of NW 1/4)) of Section 31 the personal representative, venue or
JANET DEBORAH M. DUKES KEARBEY FLEET, EDGAR FINANCE H. DUKES INC., appear or respond will be treated as a Township 7 South Range 22 East) IN- jurisdiction of the court. is pleased to announce his participation in
consent to permanent commitment and TERSECTS the East line of that certain ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
MICHAEL L. CONNER CAMERON B. you will permanently lose all legal rightsas Count graded road known as the SantaFe SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Blue Cross & Blue Shield'sPreferred
HOXIE and UNITED STATES OF
a parent to the child, or children named Road, running Southerly from Hampton Date of the first publication of this
Patient Care
AMERICA Program (pPC)
Defendants. In the Petition for Permanent Commitment Florida to the Waldo-Barlton Beach notice of administration: 6 November
attached to this Summons. paved road near Schencks Filling Station 1986.
NOTICE OF SALE BY CLERK Diplomate
WITNESS my hand as the Clerk of said sold point of Intersection being the Attorney for Personal
NOTICE 15 HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
the Final Judgment entered In this case, Court and the Seal thereof this 27th dayof Point of Beginning of the lands hereby Representative: American Board of Internal Medicine
October 1986. thence East for distance Richard E, Welty
conveyed run a
dated October 27. 1986. that I will sell to
GILBERT BROWNAs of feet thence South distanceof 954 N. Temple Avenue
the highest and best bidder for cash In 630 ; run a Adolescent and Adult Medical Care
Clerk of the Court 420 feet; thence run West to the East P.O. Box 995
the First Floor Lobby of the Bradford
County Courthouse In Starke, Florida, at By Barbara Sterner line of said County graded road, thencerun Slarke, Florida 32091 Office in Lake Butler
11/6 4tchg 11/27 1 Deputy Clerk Northerly along the East line of sold Florida Bar 144625
20th of November
11:00: a.m. on the day
1986 the following described propertyas County graded road for the Point of 904964.8050THORNTON Call 496-0092 for appointment
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT FOR aforesaid 6 and
set forth in the Final Judgment,, to Beginning containing a
,a wit:'' i BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA fraction acres; by estimation, more or HARTLEY Evenings, and Weekends Available
*#**-*-* East 1/2 of SW 174: of"HW"'171"8T"SE foisacriJtsarDIVISION. lets 'and being situate rrt the Northwest Personal Representative
Workman's
I 1/4, all In Section 23 Township 6 South File Number B6.93.CP corner of the lands conveyed by said 5510 S.W. 24th Terrace Medicare and CompensationAlso

Range 22 East excepting county graded Division 1.3775 Deed of February 1. 1944, aforesaid. Gainesville, Florida 32608 Accepted
road. IN RE: ESTATE OF Commence where the East right of 11/6 2tchg 11/13
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: DATED this 27th day of October 1986. ETHEL R. YOUNG way line of State Road Mr. s-325 '- --..- ...-- --- -

GILBERT S. BROWN ClerkBY Deceased Ii
: Linda L. Pearce NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe
Deputy Clerk administration of the estate of

11/6 2tchg 11/13 ETHEL R. YOUNG, deceased, File
Number 86-93.CP, is pending in the Cir

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO cuit Court for Bradford County, Florida
REGISTER Probate Division, the address of which is i
FICTITIOUS: NAME North Temple Avenue, Starke Florida '

Pursuant to Section 865,09, Florida 32091. The names and addresses of the
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the personal representative and the personal 'I
undersigned Donna Verkerk, 431 NE representative's attorney are set "
10th St. Gainesville, Flo.. 32601 sole forth below '' .
owners doing business under the firm Interested persons are required to ,{......... -
name of TLC Massage Clinic, 118 S. file, with this court, WITHIN THREE MON-
Thompson, Stark, Fla., Intends to THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
register said fictitious name under the NOTICE ((1)) all claims against the estate
aforesaid statute. and ((2)) any objection by an Interested
.' Dated this 7th day of November A,D. person on whom this notice was served
1986 In Bradford County. that challenges the validity of the will
11/l34tpdl2/4 the qualifications of the personal S y-C.
'. .
representative venue, or jurisdiction of I
the court. { 4 F,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT

IN AND FOR SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. tl r ( r ri rn
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Publication of this Notice has begunon
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CASE NO 86.275.CA
: November 6, 1986.
SOUTHEAST MORTGAGE COMPANY, Personal Representative iI

Plaintifffc HARRIET Y. YOUNG I Jfy
vs. 801 S. Water St. M i
CHRISTOPHER D. KNIPE and JUDYR. Apt. 1304

KNIPE, his wife.Defendants. Starke, Florida 32091 .. i
Attorney for Personal Representative:
AMENDED John H. Jones, EsquireOf i.:'
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Counsel '

DEFENDANT: DUDLEY P. HARDY P.A. >;j.

CHRISTOPHER D. KNIPE P.O. Drawer 1030 .,.: :
ADDRESS UNKNOWNLast Starke. Florida 32091 ,
Known Address 628 Plnewood Telephone: ((904)) 964.5701 ,r(

Drive, Stark, Florida 32091 11/62tchgll/13 ;' :
:
AND ALL OTHERS WHO MAY BE CON. :, iY

CERNED: ..
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED of an action IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND

to foreclose a mortgage on the FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA ,r
following property In Bradford County CIVIL ACTION NO.: 86-45-CA '
Florida: FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK I offer my heartfelt thanks for your support on

Lot 9. Block 1. PINEHAVEN accordingto a notional banking association
'
plat thereof In Plat Book 2, Page 65, Plaintiff, .: : election day.

public records of Bradford County, vs.GARY : ;, 'apt : :' Elective office Is a sacred trust. As we prepare
Florida; W. BREWER et al., ;F, ,
has been filed against you and you arerequired Defendants. \, for the next four years, I renew my commitment
of written NOTICE OF SALE :.
to serve a copy your .
defenses. If any. to It on SANDRA W. NOTICE is hereby given that pursuantto \ as Insurance Commissioner to act in the best

HARKINS of DAWSON,GALANT SULIK & an order or a final judgment of .;
ELLIS, whose address Is 320 East Adams foreclosure entered In the above captioned .,. Interest of the Florida consumer.
Street Jacksonville, Florida 32202 on or action, I will sell the property 7.JuJ-
before November 21, 1986 and file the situated In Bradford County Florida
original with the Clerk of this court described as:
Ither before service on Plaintiff attorney Lot One ((1)) and West half (W 1/2)) of Bill Gunter
or Immediately thereafter; otherwise Lot Six ((6)) of Block Thirty Six ((36)) PEEKS

a default will b* entered against ADDITION TO STARKE according to map .. .. --
you for the relief demanded In the Com- thereof recorded'TrLPIot. Book 1. Page 45,

plaint. (later! rebound at page 40).
'WITNESS my hand and seal of this at public sole to the highest and best

court, this 15th day of October 1986. bidder for cash at the Bradford County
GILBERT S. BROWN Courthouse, in Starke, Florida at 11:00:
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURTBY a.m'j on the let day of December, 1986.
Beulah Moody ..
:
>* GILBERT S. BROWN
Clerk "
Deputy '* CLERK CIRCUIT COURT
'i 10/23 4tchg 11,/13v w> By: Marian McRae

\ ". Deputy Clerk
Stepehn M. Durden
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Post Office Box 4700
", TO REGISTER Jacksonville,.Florida 32201
FICTITIOUS NAME w
11/62tchg 11/13
: \ Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida ____:IQl, I .( .
Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that the '
undersigned J. E. Milligan A AMJ. Inc. a com j "
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA
partnership, Joint owners doing EIGH9A9UDKIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
business under the firm name of JEM FoR !BflX&FORD CdUNTY. FLORIDA. -- ---
PROPERTIES P.O. Box 698 Stark, CASE NO.I 86-93-CA I
Florida 32091 Intends to register said FEDERAL LAND BANK OF COLUMBIA Pd. Pol. Adv. Dem. .
under the aforesaid .
fictitious
name Plaintiff l ,
statute.. ,
Doted this 30th day of October A.D. vs w A. PREVATT and HELEN J. COMMISSIONERS
INSURANCE
1986 In Bradford County.
his wife UNITED ---
10/30 4tpd 11/20 PREVATT ; > .. _'___ -- -
STATES OF AMERICA, acting

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immediate families are welcome to enter, but there Is $25

limit of one entry per person each week. .

C on t eut't ''a) The entry must be on an official blank from the" TELEGRAPH WINNERS Iii

.: TELEGRAPH and must be dropped off at the Congratulations to this III
TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Friday after. '. weeks winner, Clare Iii
noon. Fill In all the blanks with either the name of the Thomas, who missed only IIIp

team you think will win or "tie" If you think the game four games.JACKSON -

will end In a tie. The person who picks the most _

I games right will win the top prize. BUILDING SUPPLY

3)) In case of ties we will use the total points scored
In the Bradford High School game each week (except Lake Butler Starke Keystone Hots.
the Tornadoes open week) as a tiebreaker. Please fill S.W.6th Ave. US 301 South Jet SR 21 & 1001Fl

In the points you think will be scored by the Tornadoes 496-3079 064-6078 473-4973
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HOW'S THE FAMILY? Dolphin! NewsFirst -


By Rev. Ed Kirkland Grade.... volunteers on Fridays.The of her baby daughter, Christina.: Crawford: James Grover, Brian
new students in the 1st grade Mrs. Lopez enjoys teaching Redding and Mariyann Jenkins.
BEING THE "NEW" HUSBAND OR WIFE by Gill OrigK classes are Kim Thorton, Marie science and math. She says that 6th grade members are: Brad
The first grade teachers at tawtey "coming to school is a student's job Hunter, Anquan Austin, Wendy
During my last series of articles, a woman called to request some advice Elementary are Mrs. Shuford and Hilcox and Rebecca La Compte and knowledge is their payment. Cowie Theresa Juchnlewicz,
on another aspect of divorce..Since Mrs. Lopez...
I want to write on subjects that Mrs. Johnson. Rochelle Ball
Prevatt, Bradley
meet needs, when you write or call me,I will respond to your request.The The two classes arc stud)ing by Joey Shuford Taisir El-Souessi
Nicky Bradley,
particular subject this person wanted discussed was the role of the secondor reading, math and writing Mrs. Nancy Lopez teaches Jr. Beta Club... Misti Padgelt Tracy Prevatt, Carla
( third, fourth, etc.) mate and step-parent. Mrs. Winkler, a pre-intern from kindergarten at Lawtey Elementary by Metina Smith Tatum, Stephanie
Sheering, Tonya
I want to break this down into two separate areas. First, some things to the University of North Florida, has She has been teaching at Lawtey Elementary School has a Traylor, Erin Wilkinson, James
beware of. These come from my discussion with this individual as well as been working with both of the first Lawtey for nine years. Beta Club. The sponsor is Mrs. Dot Wilkinson, David Di Paolo, Alicia
with others in the same situation. The second will be some things you can grade classes She got her degree in teaching at Moore. They are planning big Clemons, Brian Jones and Laterra
do to help your situation. Nancy Shuford, a student from the University of Florida. When she things. They have gotten a lot of new Johnson.
First let's look at things to beware of: Santa Pe Community College is not in school she likes taking care members from the sixth and seventh
I, THE PROBLEMS MAY STILL EXIST. What I mean by this is sim- grades.
ple. The difficulties which resulted in the breakup of your mates former The old and new members are as
marriage may very well still exist. It would be extremely rare, if possi- Church News follows: 7th grade Metina Smith, Till BRADFORD
ble, for only one person to be totally responsible for the destruction of a Gia Griggs, Michelle Barbour, COUNTY TEIEBRAPN
marriage.. It takes two to make it work, and two for it to end. The problems Stacie Bentley, Shana Crawford,
which resulted from your husband or wife's behavior will remain Big Gospel ProgramNov. NR MethodistPlan Geneva Hankerson, Shneka Hen- Published every Thursdayat
unless he or she has realized their failures and worked on them.The point 29 BHS Audit. Fish Fry drieth, Bridget Holder, Shauntel 135 W. Call Street
at
is this, it may be all to easy to see why the former partner left once you'rein Houston, Ricky Jackson, Latain Starke, Florida 32001!
their shoes. This is scary, but true. A program of gospel music is Gospel Sing Johnson, Gary Norman, Tiffany Second Class paid at'
2. CONFLICT IN YOUR ROLE. This individual is experiencing what I scheduled to be performed at the O'steen, Anna Ranjabar, Glenda postage
have seen many filling the role of the "new" husband or wife experience.That Bradford High School auditorium New River New Congregational Rosier, Angie Redding, Brandy Starke, Florida
is the conflict between the role they feel they should have and the Saturday Nov. 29 at 7:30 pm. Methodist Church will be holding Ross, Chasity Starling, Deena Subscription Rates:
role expected by their mate. For if have Lillie their Annual Fish Fry and Gospel Parker. Dale Arnold, Misty
example, you step-children,your The program, sponsored by Sing on November 15. In-trade area: $12.00 per year
Saturday
husband or wife may want you to become the "mother" or "father'. In B. Jones and Community Churches, months
The fish fry will begin a 5:30 P.M. $7,00 six
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certain circumstances this is fine, such as in the case of young children will feature Tommy Ellison and the and the Save$50 on Electronic
who have been deserted by their mother or father or the other parent has 5 Singing Stars of Brooklyn NY; singing performing will will begin be at the 7 P.M. Typewriters at Outside area $13 per year
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this can be a real problem. If the other parent is still in the Gainesville; Marie Williams of St. Stevens, Alabama and Family the 110 W.Call St. <* ..
picture at all, then you are NOT the parent. Sometimes, especially if your Orange Heights, Mrs.Shirley Marksof Lake Gospel
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husband or wife is mad at the other parent,which is often the case,they Starke plus others. 41111(fat laca sc7atac)aac7olar : elacxlalr Iec lwr.xesrcretac7Mix--
want to use you to try and erase the memory of the other parent from The theme of the program will be Pastor John W. Yarbrough invites We're pleased; and you will
their child's mind. This is a bad situation. You may want to be more of a "Now Is The Needed Time". everyone with to come eat and worship r :; --I
freind to the kids, and that's exactly what they need. A firm, but loving Admission will be: Advanced $6; liS.Revival be too.... _
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mother or father's place. PlannedAt .z _
3. AN EXODUS OF FRIENDS.Go; ahead and plan on the possibility Terry is proud to welcome .( ;:'
that the friends which your husband or wife had with their former mate Graham Baptist Plans Brooker Baptist M .
will probably not work for They simply know too much. This will Gospel Sing Brooker Baptist Church an-
definitely be true if they fou. mate was the one"in the wrong". You nounces a planned revival I Pam Gaskinsf
will have to understand that you must make new friends as a new couple. The Sullivan Family will be guest November 20 23 with evangelist I
This is easier said than done when some of those friendships go back for singers at the Graham Baptist Hev Gary Bement '
several years. Church's gospel sing scheduled There will be special music each to the staff of ,.' /
4. INSECURITY. This individual realized in the process of our conversation November 14.Everyone night in addition to good preaching. .
that the reason she wanted to see this article was because of her is invited.
own insecurity in her new role. I share this, not making fun, but pointingout Genesis Hair Design
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feel sure the same thing will not happen to your marriage. I'm sorry to 782-3065 Lawtey
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divorce to their benefit. They will play you against their "real parent" to Brandon Scott King Cassandra Nicole SparksMr :YI! KyJ1kCyAlafOI6C? .KYA IO C7ArtICOA: !170RIC'"' CrY1NlOlhElpl/K tlllilCNennnnnnnnnnnnnnrlnnnn
get what they want. They will compare you to their mother or father to Paul & Annette King of Mid & Mrs. David W Sparks of
heap on the guilt. Sometimes they will even play up on your pity for their dleburg happily announce the birthof Brooker proudly announce the birthof
own gain. You see, the kids are learning all too well the lesson from a son, Brandon Scott, born their daughter, Cassandra Nicole, JrJ[ ll4
divorce-"look out for me and my happiness". If someone gets hurt in the born November 5, 1986 in Alachua
process, too bad. November 10, 1986 in Orange Park. General in Gainesville.
If you relate to these things you will realize this list is very small and Maternal grandparents are Mr & Maternal grandparents are Mr. &
very simplified. However, it still carries a heavy message. Beware Mrs. Bill Crouse of Lawtey. Mrs. D. C Roberts of Starke. Maternal Grand
these can destroy your life and marriage. Next week I'll share with you great grandparents are Mr. &
some things you can do to change the situation. It can get better and you Paternal grandparents are Mr & Mrs W B Cox of Gainesville. Opening
can be happy, but only with work. Don'f forget to read it! Mrs. Paul King, Sr of Starke. Paternal grandparents are Mr &
Ed Kirkland/ Is pastor of the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church located Mrs. Albert Sparks of Brooker
south of Middleburg and east of Starke on Highway 16 at Kingsley Lake. -
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Brian Davis, Mindy Verse and daughters, Debbie Mowry and service during December are Bobbie Members were also requested to -
I Hampton HilitesCub Della Koser; Nov. 14 Amy Horne Donna Pridgeon They.all enjoyed Moore and Dorothy Rife, 'consider taking residents of this,,
Stacey Rhoden Darren Whiteheadand the dinner with a special birthday Josephine Cumber reported the home on shopping tours or to their
Mike Dazinskl; Nov. 15-Louann cak. observance of National Bible We*, own homes for special occasions.
Scouts to Meet... and daughter-in-law last week Hill. Reports "/ere given on the
Mrs. Laura Flanagan announces Duane ana Dorothy Mitzel of Hamp: Fortieth Anniversary... during the week of Nov. 23 to 30th.
meeting of Cub Scout Pact 675 on ton laknEnjoying Birthday Celebrations... Paul and Ruth Meng celebrated Historian Antlonette Stefanelli Gainesville Fall Deanery Meeting
Thursday, Nov. 13, 7 p.m., in the a cookout for their On Tuesday Nov. 11th, a group of their 40th Wedding Anniversary on displayed the Society's History sponsored by St.John the EvangelistGuild
Hampton City Hall grandparents at their parent's homeon friends enjoyed lunch at the Park of Sunday Nov.9th.Their Big Celebration Book in Chiefland on Oct. 16.
Any boy from first through fifth the lake were Roger and Nancy the Palms dining room in celebration was on Aug. 30 when all family Plans were made for the annual Following the meeting,
grade is invited to attend. Among Mitzel and son, Lori and Curtis of birthdays and an anniver members could attend. Christmas Party to be held for the refreshments were served by the
planned programs for the Scouts are Brook and son and James Mitzel. sary. Honored on this occasion were girls at the local VOA Home. This is hostesses, Bobbie Moore and
camping crafts hiking and sports All enjoyed a shrimp dinner atRoger's Evelyn Vaughan and Daisy Fort Altar Society Plans VOA to Anti take refreshments place on Dec 9th when gifts Dorothy Rife.
acitivites. who have November birthdays, and will be given.
home in Starke the night
Party... _
before the Crawfords returned to Rev. and Mrs. Norman Suisse who n
New Arrival... Pennsylvania.Also were celebrating their 47th Wedding The St. Edward's Altar Society
their Anniversary.Mrs. held a meeting in the parish hall
enjoying seeing great
Danny and Sheryl Riddick, of grandparents were Randy Brooks Mabel NcsSmith was the Tuesday night Nov. 4, with the
Hampton Lake, happily announcethe and Roger Mitzel Jr. guest of honor on Nov. 4 at the president, Betty Dazinski,
arrival of their son, Clayton Western Steer Steakhouse. presiding. THANK YOU
Daniel, on Nov. 4, 1986. He was born Gratitude... Celebrating with her on her birthdaywere Gerri Rodrigue has altar care for
at Alachua General Holpital Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mnwrv November. Vnlnnteerina for this ,

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21 inches. all who helped Saturday
Paternal grandparents are Joe night Jamboree enjoyable and suc-
and Ruth Riddick of Hampton. cessful. COMING FOR YOUR VOTE AND
!Maternal grandparents are
Claude and Marion Thompson of Birthday Party. SOONF CONFIDENCE IN MY

Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Meng hosted a CANDIDACY. I LOOK
Paternal great grandparents are party for their daughter Christina's .
Raymond and Bonnie Baxter of fourth birthday on Saturday. Her Tricks FORWARD TO '
Hawthorne. cake was decorated with a farm : SERVING ALL TEN x.
Maternal great-grandmothers are scene including a group of horses
Ruby Thompson of Starke and Doris The children enjoyed riding her Be-Bop COUNTIES IN DISTRICT '
Hall of Keystone Heights. pony, Snuffy. Among out-of-town 5 IN THE FLORIDA .
Maternal I Mike and the
great-great- guests attending were -
grandmother is Belle Brown of Susan Slaughter and children Christian'Clown SENATE )
Starke. Susanna and Marlowe of Leesburg

Visitors... *'
November Birthdays...
D.J. Riddick spent last week Teaching Children JeauaZAustc
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nov. Stacey McGregor; Nov. 2-
Joe Riddick, and friends in the area. Denise Williams; Nov. 3-Andy Redding With Joy and Love
D.J. is in the Navy and has spent Karrie Lee and Maggie
the previous months on the USS Holloway; Nov. 4 Johnathon
Detroit on a Mediterranean Cruise. Woodard, Mabel NesSmith and Med- North-side Baptist WAThE
Among countries he visited were ford Connelly; Nov. 5 Evelyn -iC November 16
Vaughan; Nov 6 Billy Jordan,
Portugal Spain Italy, France
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him on his visit and Gerald Brown; Nov. 7 Mark
Parado Daisy Fort; Nov. 8 Scott Fun
here was his Navy friend A.J.
Lithwin of California. D.J. left on Campen and Millie Galanos; Nov. 9- For AllAges
Matthew Dyal Nov. 10 Sandra *
Saturday to spend some time inCa ;
lif. before returning to the Norfolk Aviles; Nov 11 Patricia Jackson Political Adv

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Daniel, born Nov.. 4.)

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Crawford of
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I Tough Defensive Battle Yields 7-3 Near-Miss for Tornadoes I IOy



Charles Francis strong Perry Bulldog squad. Perry 36 yard line A Turn.. Coach Sexton also said "This was no wire, but we fell short when it
Two strong defenses,Taylor Coun- The first period was a battle of penalty against the Bulldogs, move Perry's exception, we gave it our best shot counted."
ty High School, Perry, and Brad defenses and a strong kicking game. the ball to the 21 yard stripe, with a In the third quarter, again, but still came up short."
ford's Tornadoes, stood toetotoeand Starke held Perry to 13 total yards In first and ten for the Tornadoes defense dominated the game. The Coach David Hurse praised the I
battled it out for four quarters the first half, while the Tornadoes defensive unit led by Mike Grey.Bill defense for their efforts and was Santa Fe On Tap...
Friday night, Nov. 7, at Bradford could not do much better as they accumulated First Blood... Harrell, Ron Brown and Malachi disappointed by the lack of an offensive The Tornadoes have two weeks to
High Memorial Stadium. 35 total yards of rushing Rodney Mosley picked up three Jenkins, came up time and again effort lie attributed a change in prepare for a rugged ((7-2) Santa Fe I
Again, like other times in the 1986 offense. yards to the 18, Darren Patterson with big plays to stop the Bulldogs. the Bulldog defensive alignment, Raider team that has ranked in the
season, the heavyweight beat the Bradford's David Hamilton and went up the middle for six, before With 8:07: in the quarter, Perry move which our kids were not able to pickup top ten of the state 3AAA poll.
lightweight for the title. In the final Bulldog Brian Wilson each kept their Mosley went up the middle for nine ed into Tornado territory for the first on consistently, causing the offense This week the team is off until
analysis the Tornadoes didn't lose teams in the battle the first half with yards to the Bulldog five yard line. time. The Tornadoes held and aftera second half problems. Thursday, when they will start work
by a knock-out, they lost by a split outstanding punting performances.With Perry's defense held, and with 0:43 change of possessions the Bulldogstook Mike Brandon, a much sought toward the Raiders. Last year the
decision. 3:09: left in the first period, left in the period, David Hamilton over after David Hamilton after defensive star for the Bulldogswas Tornadoes defeated Santa Fe, but
The "Big Red" won the first half Corry Strong! intercepted a Bulldog booted a 23 yard field goal to give the booted a 40 yard punt out of his end hampered by an injury that two years ago, the district champion
.3-0 and lost the second half 7-0) to a pass at midfield and returned to the Toranrloes a -"J,load zone to the Perry 48 yard line. slowed his performanceCoach Tornadoes lost a 14-7 heart-breaking
With 4:41: left in the third quarter, Hurse said, 'Overall, our decision to Santa Fe In the last three
Perry mounted a nine play drive kids played a tOil ph t team down to the minutes of the ballgame: ,
which defensive coordinator Mike
SPORTS FANS! Sexton characterized as "one in
a!" which we came up short on each
play in the series."
I Vlit Perry's quarterback Gant pickedup
15 yards on the only successful
BETYOU option of the game. Two plays later, w4 'rr
QB Gant passed 11 yards to split end % ,
Bernard Mitchell for a first down at
DIDN'T o ; the Tornado nine yard line. Keith
KNOW ,, 4', Jackson hit off right tackle for a 9
yard TD sprint, and the Tornadoeswent
down to their seventh loss of
Brought to you the season, 73.
By Orian Wells Coach Sexton had praise for his
v- I defensive crew led by Malachi
i Jenkins ((9 tackles, 2 assists), Mike
Here's the story about how the Grey ((8 tackles, 4 assists), Ron
famous Notre Dame "Victory Brown (7 tackles, 6 assists) and Billy -
March" was written. (This Is the ..ik Harrell (4 tackles, 4 assists), "We
song that starts out "Cheer,Cheer ,' played excellent defense, but as in
for Old Notre Dame") It has the other games, we always allow
become the best known football one drive that ends up killing us."
tune of alltlme .. and, actually, It
was written by a priest, In 1909. .,. ,.
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then went to the Sacred Heart Wide receiver David Hamilton heads around the left side of the Perry PenilllM'yirdl ,.II I1110 Out of Room..
Church on campus and composedthe defense Friday night as the Tornadoes fell in a tough defensive battle to Scoring Summary, .
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conversion. Cowboys 14, Broncos 0. defense were: Kevin Woodard, all around game of the season,
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Starke's E.L. Akridge and TJ' win state fox hunt 1 I ,


By Mark Frledlln "scratching", or disqualifying dogsin those trophies and was declared
BCT Staff WriterIt the competition; Hedding ex state champion." w
was a dream come true for plained. "A dog can be disqualifiedfor
Starke resident E.L. Akridge recently giving up in the hunt losing the "It was one of the proudest days in p''p
when he and his prize hunting trail, or even minor things like bark- my life, no doubt about" E.L. said. I

hound, "Akrldges Top Jewel", or ing in the wrong place at the wrong "You can't get out there with them r'I ,,
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"T.J. for short, captured the time, or even being in the wrong and see for yourself how your dog is r- Y
Florida State Fox Hunting state title '
place at the wrong time. doing. The judges do it all. This was a-
in three hunt held over a 20
a day Hedding said many dogs were
one of the toughest hunts we've beenin
acre tract of forest in Perry, Fl. scratched during each day of the '
week-end yet, but it was well worth the effort
"It was quite a five-hour-per-day, three day ."
Akridge commented with modest marathon and the top six scores T.J. has won a total of nine
understatement back in Starke at were listed at the end of each, with trophies since Mr. Akridge began
his residence Bessent Street.
on one important exception.
hunting her in 1983 He added her
"T.J. did all the work. She was real-
"They have six top scores at the
prizes to a total collection of over 40
ly in all" the right places at the right end of each day's hunt but they only trophies in the sport, which are now
times. list the bottom five, leaving out the stored on a bulging shelf at his
The fox hunts, which are carefully top scorer each day," Akridge said. home.
controlled and only rarely result In "That leaves the owners in a real
actual harm being done to the bind. If their dog took a place in the "I'm going to have to build a
animal, are very critically judgedand top five spots, great but your dog trophy case one of these days" said
the competition is fierce over might also have taken the top spot E.L., who works at the Clay Electric
400 dogs and their masters competedfor and you don't know, or he could have Co-op during the week in the meter
the state title. been scratched. You just don't knowat "It's
department. getting pretty State
The state is divided up into any given time how your dog is doing crowded here in the living room with Champions...
associations (Akridge belongs to the so it gets pretty exciting. all this stuff especially since T.J. Starke's E.L. Akridge (at !left) and hunting compa- The pair have been hunting for some time and
North Florida Association) and once Strangely enough Akridge said he came along." nion Norman Modeling (at right) show off "Akrldge's Akridge has over 83 trophies to his credit, including the I
a year gathers all of the hunters in had predicted to Hedding that T.J. Hounds that do well in the big Top Jewel" or 'T.J.' for short after the dog won the state ('hamplon hlp.
the mebership to decide who has the would do well, even joking thoughoutthe hunts see their value to their owners Florida State Fox Hunting championship In a hunt held T.J. best dogs In the state. weekend, that Hedding better go up considerably, according to In Perry, Fl. catagories in T.J. clearly stood out, placing no "get the shoe polish ready" so he Akridge and Heddmg There were
less than third in any of. the four could look nice and proper when he plenty of offers to buy T.J. after she your dogs against another hunter's,
catagories the dogs are judged on received the award. won state, but no seller and companionship out int he woods,
"hunting"ami "trailing", 'speed anddrive" "About the second day of the hunt, "One hunter wnated to trade a those are the most important things COfflfFOfIfJ1TIZlf
"endurance". T.J. wasn't listed in the standings and about YOURHOME
valuable horse for her another it to me, said Akridge who
According to Akridge, and his after placing second the first day," wanted to pay quite a bit of money" with bedding often arise before
long-time hunting companion Nor- Hedding said. 'E.L.'s face just fell Mr. Akridge said. "He said she dawn on the weekends to go on the FOR WINTER !
man Hedding, who is also a Brad- and he got pretty down about it and would be used for nothing but hunts. "You can't beat it." -
ford County resident and dog said 'she scratched I know _c = = _-=-=- =-_
just breeding and would never be hunted "You never know how your dog
breeder with a collection of it. but I just kept on encouraginghim again. Can you imagine that? I saidno will do, but you know it will be ex-
distinguished bloodlines to his credit and telling him that she had won way We've got too many good citing along the way" Heddmg add- Let
and who was with Akridge during first place and not to worry about it. hunts in us yet."
the state championship, the way the Well, I thought I was being op- Akridge says the trophies are nice, ed"The fascination in breeding is
scores were announced each day timistic, but I wanted to keep the and so is the satisfaction of having a something we're both interested in WARREN'SHeating
contributed to the rising sense of tension spirits high. We knew she was doing strong or championship bloodline in as well," Hedding said. Hedding has
in the competition."The well and I thought she was doing his dogs, but he loves the sporting nine dogs at the present time and is
judges in the event are on well enough to take first place, but it aspect of it best of all. always looking for that combination & Air Conditioning
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I Starke hunter and faithful dog win state fox hunting competition.

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from 1 E.L. has himself a real championhere. and involves the dogs tracking the of give out in the longer, more camera. "There's something about barking when their on the trail.
page ." foxes (which are specially bred for demanding three day events," those.hunts in t the fall .the dogs That's what makes it special to me.':"
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of genetics that makes a champion. the hunts)over an incredible varietyof Akridge said. "If a dog comes back
Akridge has seven dogs and now hasa T.J. earned her awards and her rugged terrain, keeping their into the area where the hunters are
highly valued set of genes on handin high ranking by first excelling in the and looks for their masters, they get STUFFED POTATO SOUPGreat
T.J. for the future. __ "hunting" portion of the event. She scent in a bewildering mixture of scratched. You can't take a break."
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I Starke Merchants Care for the KidsThe .1


Country Store, located across five are victims of SLD (Specific tion to lay-away, the store maintainsa : : '
from Mitchell's Drug Store on E. Learning Disabilities), a heredity "want-list," and will attempt to ; ,
Call Street In Starke, opened for ailments passed down through Mrs. secure almost any merchandise for : _
business on Oct. 1, and has enjoyed O'Steen s side of the family. their customer, new or used. Mrs. _
"good" t
business, according to Mrs.
O'Steen said
they can find
Fee O'Steen, manager. SLD children are not retarded; the usually an *
item within five
days. One
She said the business has set aside O'Steen youngsters are all A and B Jamie, offers custom son, 9'
funds to pay rent and utilities for the students. Mrs. O'steen, a graduateof with three day delivery.The sign. painting, 4 \
month'and' has increased the inven- Gainesville High School, learned.
to read Country Store is open 6 days a .
tory each week. only a year ago, now reads
week from
9 a.m. to 7 p.m. It is closed
460 words
Mrs. a minute.
O'steen is not only the on Sundays.
manager, she is the mother of the Mrs. O'Steen, assisted by the
five owners, who range in age from children, has operated a store in the Merchandise Lines...
11 to 17 years. Waldo Flea Market for the past 16 Mrs. O'Steen said she came to
James and Fee years, where the children learned to starke and priced merchandise in
O'Steen are most
unusual in buy and sell merchandise, and to various stores, before making ar'Qri'I
people their care and con- a '
meet and talk with They
people. are
decision to business.
cern of children. They have opened open a She
active in 411 club activities, havingwon
their home for many years as decided the city needed the productsand \
18 ribbons with their rabbit exhibits -
shelter for abandoned children, prices she was planning to offer.
at the Bradford County Fair in ,
The following product lines _
working as volunteers,never receiving were
1984. When not otherwise engaged,
observed
any state compensation for the :
the and sell livestockin
45 children youngsters buy Brass tables and magazine racks : .4
they have cared for. ,
the Gainesville Livestock Market
Courts in three counties call them,at their mother said. They have accessto at half price; custom-made brass ornaments A
all times of the night, or day, to 10 acres of land, owned by their for Christmas or other occasions -
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come get homeless youngsters. The grandfather, in Waldo. with custom engraved let __
most recent baby in their home was 16-year-old Jamie ina tering; an assortment of ceramics,
participated
the child of the first girl they helped recent track meet with Bradford with plans to add a kiln for custom Caring Family... T-a
many years ago, beginning a second High School students, and came in firing of greenware; tools, hand and The O'Sterns have opened The Country Store" on Included in the picture are Fee O'Steen, illa. I
generation of assisting young peo- 7th. All five have won trophies in electric; camping supplies, fishing Call Street Jamie Jason and Tonja.
ple. karate. equipment and limited automotive
parts.

Five or six years ago, the O'Steens The Store... There were toys, clothing and
had ten children in their home, blankets, Unicorn battery operated
besides The store offers a wide variety of quartz clocks and other COMMISSARYFOOD Stephen Smith
their own five. An HRS used many many We Have Lumber
merchandise, both new and at items.
supervisor told Mrs. O'Steen there low prices, said Mrs. O'Steen. STORE *"
That's
was he wanted Guaranteed Lumber
her
someone to meet,
New inventory is received each SR 225 at US 301 Lawtey
so she set a time for them to come to Monday, and the variety increases "Come in and browse around 782-3017 For A Lifetime
her house. On the day of the appoint- weekly. Each Monday, the window Mrs. O'Steen invites. T-Bones . . .. . ea. 19
she
ment, came in from work,where
she was painting a ceiling, and was display products is added changed to the, relfecting line. new Ribeyes . . . ea. 69 This Week's Special
covered with paint. The supervisorand The store receives merchandise Career Plans... Center Cut C
his guest were 45 minutes early through sources developed during Pork Chops .. . ca. 49 Pressure Treated
The five 'O'Steen children to
for the plan
the
meeting went
so meeting
years of operating in the flea further Ground Chuck .. . Ib.960 ,
their education and enter =
on, with Mrs. O'Steen in her working T
clothes market, but it will also purchase professional fields. Tina, 17, and Suitcase-Old 2x4x8 . M.63
paint and all. The guest was OU9
very courteous, and interested in the merchandise from local people. If a Jamie, 16, the oldest daughter and Milwaukee . . . o Vz"4PlyCDX
has household item, from
volunteer work she was doing. person a son, plan to go into the medical fieldas Suitcase nut
wishes clothing to appliances, that he nurse and doctor. The two Busch . . .. . . Plywood . *8.75
That evening she told her husband O'Steens to will sell consider, bring it in, the youngest, Jason, 12, and Talina, 11, 6 Pack 49

about the visitors, and he asked "do item, and adding it to their buying stock.the plan to enter the field of education as Michelob . . . . 3 Wolmamied Residential lumber h I guaranteed, FREE
you realize who you were talking to The Country Store doesn't sell teachers. The 15 year old middle 6 Pk Long Necks & tar a lifolime against rot and tarmito*,in'vmdontiat
today?" She admitted that she credit, but it does have a lay-away on daughter, Tonja, plans to become a Budweiser . .. & tax 299 : use DELIVERY
hadn't put any signifigance in the plan, professional model. Her mother s9 All gioen colored wood,11 not alike Atkfor 4 Miles North of Waldo on US 301
making possible for to ,, ,
J people Budweiser. . . izpkB decade' on'the htaumewarranty We stock'
name, until her husband told her own items, which they might not be says she has the credentials for the y"nuin, .Wolmanized lumber

that Senator her Lawton visitor Chiles.had She been has seen U.S. able to handle, otherwise. In addi- job.LouAnn's BUSCh . . . . 6pk 239 468-2624

and talked with the senator a coupleof '. We Accept Food Stamps WolimahizedPressureTreated
-Z & W.I.C. Checks
times since then, and counts him HOURS: Mon.-Frl. 8-5-30:
Visa and Master Charge pm
Azalea &
among her many friends. Blueberry Farm Lumber Sat. 9-4 pm

Located off 100 South towards Keystone, take right on ......'....'limited. raptacwtwnt wnri CLOSED SUNDAY
The O'Steens... 24th Street, follow signs or

Long time resident of Alachua Call 964-7109 -- .
& We will assist Tues. thru -- -- -- - - -
County, the O'Steen family is currently you Sat. 10-5:30
living in Waldo, but they will
be moving into Starke within the Dwarf Azaleas 4 Colors
next week or two. James O'Steen is
employed as a meat cutter. DAY LILIES -

Mr. and Mrs. James O'Steen have
five children, 2 sons and 3 daughters, I All Nature Sings of Jesus .
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Thank You

The family of the late Leroy Pat cards, flowers and other acts of
terson Jr. wishes to express their kindness during our sad bereave
many thanks and gratitude to their ment. Our appreciation cannot be
.
many friends for their adequately expressed.May
God Bless You All
,r thoughtfulness; Rvmnathv nrnvw I

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A :3.:>->ear-old Starke woman was injured "liljy night when her vehicle Vandiver was southbound on US-301,driving a 1978 Plymouth when she I
I ran under a parked semi truck on 11S-30I: noi th of Starke. drove under the semi which was legally parked at 11:It p.m., accordingto TERWILLEGAR
Diane \amli\rr sustained a fractured l leg| und arm and was taken by Patrolman Richard Splitt. "
Life Flight( to Baptist Hospital in Jacksonville, according to Paramedics No charges have been filed in the accident but the patrolman requesteda '-C MOTORS a
Dan "uddinKtoii: and Nelson Grcen. Her condition is listed as stable, said traffic study, as the parking space is perhaps to narrow at that point in
C'udilmjflon.; the highway. EDDIE STARLING = p .

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Food Store !bond: was set at$150,she was release set at $157.50, he was released on his observed walking on the west side of Bring in your best
Lavvtey SR-100, to Lt. David Lee
ed on her own recognizance. own recognizance. according '
Held-Up Last WeekThe Florida Game and Fish Commis. deal let me try to

Food Traffic KII Man ArrestedFor sion.. Upon questioning for illegal beat 111!
clerk at the Commissary
hunting he admitted he had a
Store in Lawtey was robbed last Marion Thomas Lee was arrested Carrying PistolA revolver in his pocket and was arrested -
Thursday night by a black male who Nov. 7 for driving while license wildlife officer arrested a by Lee STARKE
left the store on foot with an undeter- suspended (DWLS),according to Lt. Keystone Heights man he believedto Bond for the charge of carrying a 206 W. Madison
mined amount of cash. William Tillotson. Bond was set at 9647200LADIES'
be involved in illegal hunting Nov. concealed weapon was set at$157.50.
The clerk said the man entered the $210, he was released on his own Lee was released on his own
store with his arm over his face, recognizance. 10.Ronald David Smith, 26, was recognizance.
pulled a knife on her and demanded -
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the money according to Investigator Frederick Steele was arrested for
David Aderholt no valid drivers license Nov. 7, according 1 "
No arrests have been made but the to Deputy York. He was 1J .
investigation is continuing said released after a $210 surety bond }
Aderholt was posted. I

Recent ArrestsIn Robert Wayne Tyson was arrested 8. R

Bradford CountyThe Nov 6 for failure to appear for "w" 11 .I lif.\I- =1 = .. .
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Joseph Luke was arrested Nov. 7 for driving under influence \ : : .
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Elias Knight ficiating. Archie Tanner Funeral Keystone Heights and a arrangements member of the Baptist faith. in Starke on Thursday, November
Mr. Roy Elias Knight, 37, of Live Home was in charge of arrangements homemaker. Surivors include her husband 13, 1986 with Rev. Doug Sides con-
Oak died suddenly Wednesday more Survivors Include one son, Ken- AnnaBelle Sophia MitchellMrs. Clarence Mitchell of Starke; ducting the services. Burial will be
ning in Lake City neth M. Reynolds, Grifton, NC; AnnaBelle Sophia Mitchell, several nieces. in Newburgh Cemetery, Livonia,
Mr. Knight was born In Jackson- Robert Lee BurgessMr. three grandchildren.Graveside 81, of Starke died Tuesday Funeral services will be held at Michigan under the direction of
ville and lived most of his life in Live Robert Lee Burgess 72 of services were held in November 11, 1986 in BradfordHospital 2:00: p.m. in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Jones Funeral Home of Starke
'Oak. He has lived in Tallahassee for Keystone Heights died Friday. Keystone Heights Cemetery on following a long illness. -- ,- .
the last three years until moving November 7, 1986 in North Florida Saturday November 8, 1986 with Mrs. Mitchell was born in Inkster -
back to Live Oak recently. He was in Regional Hospital in Gainesville Rev. Ned Stout conducting the services Michigan on June 1, 1905 and moved NO VENT REQUIRED
the Coast Guard and Is a member of following a long illness. Jones Funeral Home of to Starke 14 years ago from California
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Born in Winifred Junction, West Keystone Heights was in charge of She was a homemaker and a

Day Saints Tallahassee Ward *1. Virginia on July 20, 1914, Mr.
Survivors include his wife Linda Burgess moved to Keystone Heightsin
-
Kornegay Knight; one stepson 1959 from Charleston, W. Virginia.He rf MRRI9CROUTBOARDS ;; .: = GAS GRILLSDearbDrn
Jeremy Alan Nettles; parents, Edward was a member of the '
and Winnie Knight of Live Presbyterian Faith and a retired C 1
Oak; two brothers, Gary Knight of computer programmer with The --.i.
.
Lake Butler and Marshall Knight of University of Florida. III TWIN

Lakeland, two sisters Charlotte Pit- Survivors include one sister : BURNER
tman of Live Oak and June Hicks of Florence I. Forth Keystone PROCRAFT TACKLE & AGGRESSOR hI ip giIIiItlI! 1"I" ,

Branford. Heights; one niece, Sandra Kerkela HYDRA SPORT ("'ARINE GEMINIALUMACAAFT Lt tIi AUTO IGNITOR ...... -
Funeral services were held Satur Jacksonvile; one great niece, BAHA REGULATOR
: day in Oak Grove Church of Jesus Angela Huff, Gainesville. cy>

Christ of Latter Day Saints with Funeral servcies will be held in AND HOSE
: Bishop Felton Smith and Elder Sunset Memorial Park in Phone ((904)) 282.3115/6/ 20

Albert Delago officiating. Burial Charleston, West Virginia at a later 3070 Blanding 1 Va mile South of 218Middleburg LB.
was in Oak Grove Cemetery with Ar- date. Jones Funeral Home is in onSR21iC GAS HEATERHeats
FL 32068
: cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler TANK
charge of arrangements.Anna up to 5 rooms 40.000 BTU -
; in charge of arrangements. completely Installed with gas 10 ft. -
Tubing Included. REG. '109
:i' Harold R Lawrence Estelle McKay cm! REG. r

: Mr. Harold R. Lawrence Tun- Reynolds "399 NOW $24800
: bridge, VT formerly of Keystone
.
Mrs. Anna Estelle McKay INCLUDING GAS -
Heights. Fla, died Friday
November 6,1986 in Vermont. Reynolds 87, of Keystone Heights 1 '. 1 .....
died Wednesday, November 5, 1986 TANK INSTALLATION
: Mr. Lawrence was born in Riverside -
TANKS
Calif., June 3, 1904, a son of in Guardian Care Nursing Home in (LP-GAS) FROM 25 TO 1000 GALLONS
Lillian Walrath Lawrence and C. Kinston, N.C. following a long illness 0 WITH CAU TODAY FOB LOWfST PKICl

Ray Lawrence, longtime residentsof GAUGES IN NORTH FLORIDA

Keystone Heights. He was mar LOANED/LEASED
ried to Helen Ogden Lawrence who Born in Moss Point, Mississippi on
: preceeded him in death. March 21, 1899. Mrs. Reynolds moved imtfi* JACKSONVILLE 7714340
to Kinston N.C. six from "" "'" "
Survivors include years : 376-4677
one son, George GAINESVILLE
: H. Lawrence, of Tunbridge Ver- Keystone Heights, Fla. She was a AVAILABLEGRSFFiSGaS; 6 STARKE 964-7725
member of Community Church in
mont; two brothers, Donald S.
: Lawrence of Keystone Heights, ._. ....
Howard H. Lawrence of Elkton,
Fla.; one granddaughter and one

nephew.Memorial.
services will be held in
Vermont

William Augustus SternMr.

William Augustus Stern, 93, of
Starke died Wednesday, October 22, j
1986 in Bradford Hospital following a
long illness.
Born in Rockford, IL on July 1,
1893 Mr. Stern moved to Starke 75
years ago from Rockford. He was a P1;
member of First United Methodist .
Church of Starke retired ; .

owner/operator Stern's Garage & .

Service Station. __
ed'I' Nt
Survivors include one daughter. .
Miss Louise Stern, Starke; one
: brother Mr Fred Stern, Starke,

several Funeral nieces services& nephews.were held in dGt : '.
:
First United Methodist Church in ; [1 1I S
Starke on Saturday October 25, with : : Y o : 1 ri
; Rev Ballard Wilson conducting the I

i services. Burial was in Crosby Lake ri itrat
: Cemetery under the direction oft
Jones Funeral Home of Starke.I .

I Thank-You- i !*.. Y' 1r
I fcffl"7.'y Sra,
to
''
.: rThis t Is extend our deepest and
; sincere thanks to everyone who so

graciously remembered us duringC .
the recent passing of my father. The ,.of, \I"I -. ," ,I ,\ ? t fI'n" ';:'- _
beautiful flowers food cards phone 'nn ", ," I I' L I' :
"
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\ \ ,III""h '.j:,
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QI.un"1 ,
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; calls and all acts of sympathy are l .,.,,,.,\\n.tt \\"P1 ,\I., unvdrGult"1! \ "n. ,II I',. ,.,,n,,..,,1,, ,'uun,irs' '.""i. "II I '" >' + yjr
most appreciated. xturted.lb),tutee I ,, ,'. \ "
t I 10 ,,' 11111,11''? :. I" '" .
". ,
1" ., ,
May God bless everyone of you for m mei \".,1\1..."1..nr I I( 1\,1,?,, '", II.. ? II'' ,.,. I" .' "
'
'"\' .hn" .... \\I ,
.: your concern. .. \Y n 9 uiretsreeun !,..1.11 I \ tm \ I.. .,-
;; Sincerely, er 1 \\,. a"IIIP.h..u"1 .,,,\ .,? ,: ,"' '"' w.. f '
\(''' ,' '
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; Louise Stern and Family Nr v RI \Cm>OIlt.ni"uf\I! ) t thr uuhl, ; "n p1'I, "" h"

dd mhdocnuredytowave
i Pearl Conner 1 e ', ,
K \1 I I I I' I j .
:t Mrs. Pearl Conner 80, resident of n' .i.t; .1'0\\\\CO'I\ I;,". nub 1111' I n'1iki
,
Starke died November 8, 1986 at lH. ,\...\ ..'\a..;t ;, II"i1., >. ant "'". I"" i
| North Florida Regional Hospital in nnrrowev'ahrnc'' III" pro" ,Ili "I at) v
I Gainesville following a lengthy il- unler par'IIal'lIl"' .I ,1.,1, not I ? { A 7
act 11,1 .t Ih' I :.r ,
; Iness. ,It.r.lullbllhe;( ,ot..1 j ;a ?
Mrs. Conner was born and raised Is Keen to\Rnrr"' ,, din\ ,'" I ih, -.11' Y fi
in Bradford County and was a ,h.. tl.ilI""' 'r"' 1"1"" Ili 1 n P" P .: '
J lifelong resident. She was a I",,.. ....,.... h, i "ghla .... l w -' /.l!
': homemaker and a member of Pine ,,,,, llfclll' ru r .. ,", ,to rleruli; I, 4r f r ,
Level Church. ,.,,.(..n' ..,,(w. f I ,IC"", d 1.1.. a{d''Inn n. ,war' > M
:n. Baptist ,..<.'.. ..' further ,It Pni
; Survivors include her husband mn -r "..ni ,Miht.ul ,. e".Y41 '
W.R. (Raliegh) Conner; one son, .?..'di ll ilu l .10 h,11 h. enlilled II"lnled CU, III"> ,. .nun"I xbly, 1 .iu.." r+ i '/ .r
.
Conner Starke four "' "'''1/ t n"' inl'\udinj\ g(.bill not ;
: Earl D. ; rph ltl.
.
( r and nrr.Yrs. ,
daughters Joyce Coleman Betty I.endrl ,,1.\\ ,,,,,, I"I i' I' "'
.. Ann Griffis and Nancy Coleman all ,.' under to l4' I '
inn purntsmp I
+ MMfji ml/i/ "i" i" r. i x ,,I ,,, 1'' ,_ i
( __
Starke Barbara Crawford of .. ..4 to ,,,, .' /I I .. ,. ,
: of /1.01"0.. /II '', '. nL"\lpo"'all\ I.. ,b.r I n
.
r
-: Kingsley Lake; sixteen grand applied, I ftri'e j p> n,* n.,,n, ,'I,,l,,, ,' .rman8.8m" put due. AnyrontV ""II..rt'I\; ,." ".1" I .11"I I ;. .
; children and twenty-three great .. t oftMnroPert and' I ''I\ r /1" ., I'" '
'
i rrrelver'.I, ,pn n"nn i rm n ,bonds y : ,,, Ii\l' .'\.?. Iii"
solo mdheul
-: three brothers Felix .
grandchildren; 'iritv fnitmrnciir ntlrnr '
: Sapp, J.C. Sapp and Eldon Sapp all ,, ", ,h11,
21. RP1eaYe r \
|I. Il hilt nl"III/ li I 'line elCUl 1.I.\I\.h,, \
; of Starke; nine sisters, Freida Nor- I'' iiumrnl' Nltib I ,n> i, I .IIKI t. M..! '
man, Ruth Reddish, Agnes Morgan, 28. Attorney, For*. A, ., .. ', '.' I?.. .)''AII un.I'o' !, w
: Louise Sanders Ella Mae Chastain, ""
,
A 'pry, r.,. aunnb. rI hin 1'1"i iIII f
? Hazel Warren, Marie Tilley all of Ld HidersaithisFrcuriyln:; .. .\ "Mil ,1. #
: Starke Margaret Reyes of Jackson .... d.h I R n II' ,,,
r '
".." 'HUNK III 'Ihl < ,.. ,'"\ r
.11' \
Tennessee. hAI.
ville and Selma Ray of '
; .." d"
| ,
daql'Irnu'ni the l.m
| : Funeral services were held Mon ..n"''' -
: II hrl'k lip ph.....,. h.,.
November 10 1986 at Pine
day, 'nl 11.w'' 1 1n..nl ,
: Level Baptist Church with Rev. r ,h' 1 1'
: Roman Alvarez officiating. Burial Ridirvl I Rider t, srJ

: was in Conner Cemetery under the
:: direction of Archie Tanner Funeral tldY aunty
Home of Starke. B1 MuNINO: BEl-OSV. Narrower nr" '1'itinnii '_' ems and covenant l unlxmel '
:: t, v;, Inntnimvitt and in any rldrrii( ) ccuti-il bv N'Irn'wer an d with U. ,r

: James K. Greenlee -
Signed. ienlr l and delivered in the of ,
preserve : I'Hr '
: Mr. James K. Greenlee, 67, resident nf ,. 1.. ", ,
: of Hampton, died November 5, c'rpandan'
: 1986 at the Whispering Pines Care I W q : : lI h
f
I t ,, 1114 n
; Center following a brief illness. -
.
-
: Mr. Greenlee was born In ..__ -' liiitH"-

: Nebraska. He has lived several 1.
: years in Bradford County. He was a
: retired cottage parent at Sunland
::: Center in Gainesville and
: Training was of the Baptist faith. When it comes to home equity loans, some banks advertised by most banks today.** That's 3A% lower than most other banks and less

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. aren't giving you the whole story. That's why With a Florida Federal fixed rate loan at 119%, than half the interest rate you'd pay MasterCard

:: Laura Greenlee; two sons, Tommy Florida Federal wants you to take a closer look you pay off your loan in just 10 years. You'll save and VISA. .

.- Paladino and Clemment Paladino of before you sign on the dotted line. over $3,500 in interest,***and you'll have the To find out more, drop by Florida Federal
: and
: Hampton great-grandchild.; six grandchildren Take dosing costs. These days, seems like convenience of fixed monthly payments and the today. Simply stated, our home equity loans are

: one Memorial services were held almost everyone is doing away with themsecurity of a fixed interest rate. We also offer fixed everything we say they areFlorida.

: Saturday November 8, 1986 with including Florida Federal." But we give you more. rate loans with a term of 5 years. And there's

:: Rev. Gene Bass officiating with For instance, if you take out a $15,000 home equity never a prepayment penalty. -=-

:t Funeral cremation Home following.of Starke Archie was Tanner in line of credit, it will take you more than 25 years to But, if your needs are short-term, we also offer Federal I
it off-even with secured line of credit 1 V%
: charge of arragnements. pay a 5.9% introductory rate a at only prime plus .

i .
= Jack Page

t Mr. Jack Page, 56 of Hampton 'Available. on loans upto$50,000.Offer good thru December 31. 19M. "Baaed on a minimum monthly payment of 15% of principal balance "Comparcdtoa$15000tine of credit loan starting at 3.9% and adjusting to 9.5% within 60 days
: died November 3, 1986 at Shands
Hospital following a brief illness.
:: Mr. Page was born in Dillon South .
: Carolina and lived in Hampton for : .
u. : .
: .
several years.Survivors include close friend, ."i Downtown Gainesville Galn .vlll./Unlv r lty Galnetvilla/Tht Keystone Height Starke Ocala
a < 220 N. Main Street 3501 W University Ave. 6707 Newberry Road Lawrence Blvd. & 395 W. Madison Street 3033 S W. College Rd.
5 Y'
C I Rose Koby and a step-son, Arny : ,.377-3344 373-8482 375.2700 Sylvan Way 964.5000 2377204r

: Koby.Graveside services were held Fri- r .... SBi'' 473-4952

:: day, November 7, 1986 at Santa! Fe
: Cemetery with Rev. Robert Gillis of



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BANKRUPTCY AUCTIONCase


L t. #86-1146-BK-J-7

COUNtY .
: 4 acres land near intersection of Geiger Road &

'.. Colley Road, Starke Bradford County, Florida.


.. DATE: Thurs., November 20,1986

TIME: 10:00: a.m.

PLACE: 4714 Wesconnett Blvd.,Jax., Fla.


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three vehicle accident at CR-18 and US-301 south of Starke sent a the Intersection of US-301, when he entered the northbound lane in the NY,,,
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Jacksonville couple to the hospital Tuesday afternoon. path of the Hamwey's 1981 Ford pickup truck. Ilamwey was unable to u. Mwwu
Leon Alex Ilamwey, 69, and his wife Julianne ilamwey, 63 were stop and struck Rodgers' Ford The pickup truck flipped on Its side and
transported to Bradford Hospital where they were treated and released" Rodgers vehicle spun clockwise into the front of the third vehicle,driven
according to Paramedics Scott Taylor and Cliff Chapman. by Weldon Ralph Starling of Lawtey, which was at the stop sign.
Fletcher W. Rodgers, 32,of Hampton was eastbound on CR-18 crossing There were no reported Injuries in the Rodgers or Starling's vehicles. i uw ww.l.
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Take lot and turn it into
a Porsche? the Bradford The second Porsche found was Georgia according to Denton. That Childress, who was living and your a $39 95
County Sheriff's Department has later identified as also belonging to Porsche has been returned to the working in Starke has since'left lifetime investment with one of our
one in their possession that no one Childress but not reported stolen. rightful owner, said Denton.A town and is being sought for ques- quality built homes. I
has been quick to claim.A The Porsche did not have the proper computer check made of serials tioning. Uncompromising design superb on your lot
tip was received last Wednesdayof identification number plate on it numbers found in several Porsche Georgia authorities indicated craftsmanship end exacting detail
two vehicles being seen in the however. During the investigationthe manuals, which were found duringthe there were outstanding warrants on improve your investment
woods near Little Santa Fe Boat proper identification plate was investigation of the two vehicles, Childress from Cherokee County but can provide you with a better way .build an equity
Ramp, according to InvestigatorDon located for a Porsche reported revealed other reportedly stolen it is not in the computer system,said of life.Start .tike advantage of low
Denton. stolen January of this year, also in vehicles. Denton. building equity.end Improve interest rates
Denton and Lt. John Dempsey .-\N\M V.MMN V.WMMM your lot In life by visiting us today!
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recovered the vehicle Oct. 31 in a NOV.15<109-1 After Hour*,904-964-4048
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... ..... .The Trip Continues... Canada in the FallOttawa ,


SAW YERA
The Capital... especially good, and priced feet, and the river current ran up The Evangeline Trail...
reasonably at $2 per dozen (Cana stream with terrific velocity. In that
The city of Ottawa, located In Ontario dianWe) made camp on the banksof area, boats can maneuver throughthe We traveled the Evangeline trail
Province, is the capital of the St. Lawrence Seaway at St. shoals only twenty minutes, along the coast of the Bay of Fundy,
.Canada.lt Is a beautiful old city, Sulspice, some 45 km. Northeast of twice a day, because of the swift cur- and camped almost on the beach,
with three gre capital Montreal. Canada appears to have where we again had an opportunityto
buildings facing tree sides of a more water" resources than any SLJoIiri:: ;medy.; .. see the tide come in. At this site,
fountains the rising water covered thousandsof \ ArJi
squarecontaining other place in the world. Tremen-
The campground at St. John is on
ofthe acres of tidal basin that are dry
statutes and gardens. The interior dous rivers and lakes are to be found the edge of the city, some ten acres during low tide.Evangeline .
capital, where their parliment throughout the area we traveled, of pavement, with electric and water
meets, rivals the beauty of govern- and maps indicate thousands of un- country is the area in
hook-ups at fifty foot Intervals, making
which French settlers to build
ment buildings anywhere in the named and unexplored virgin lakesin came
connections difficult unless
a
world. Ottawa is dykes, because the land is low, to
a government city, the northern sections of the provinces !
has auxiliary hose and electrical
with no industry allowed within the and in the land above the camper cords. Motorhomes and build homes, to farm and raise their i I
.dty. Umits, with one exception: A provinces. families. When the English won the I
? require heavy duty, 10/2
campers
large papermill located on the Ottawa Perhaps the focal point of old Montreal cords, rendering an ordinary extension territorial war, the French, called
river was grand-fathered in, is the cathedral Notra Acadians because they came from
Darnel useless.We managed, however,
and continues to operate. Great rafts one of the most beautiful and and stayed two nights there.St. Arcadia in France, were driven out. IL&flIlifflhiF1Lll!
Some Acadians (the "r"
of logs, covering a half acre or more, memorable buildings I have ever John is a city, situated on was drop-
ped by accident) were shipped to the .
are floated down the river to the seen. It reportedly is a replica of its fingers of land jutting into the Bay of
mill, herded by tug boats. Errant namesake in Paris, built to one third Bundy, thus the roads and streets northern American colonies, with a
few into the Loulsana Ter-
logs are carefully retrieved and diminsions. Visitors are welcome, going PLUS. Free!
follow the contours of the terrain.We .. 6 MONTH SUPPLY OF/fir
where known todayas
returned to the raft, since there is a and we enjoyed the stained glass found street signs to be inade- ritory, they are
great deal of recreational boating on windows the architecture, statutes 'quate, making St. John to most difficult 'Cajuns. WHEN YOU PURCHASE A SELECT MAYTAG LAUNDRY PRODUCT
the river, and the mill would be and paintings. Blue laws are in effect town in which I have ever Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, a
liable for accidents if a boat struck a in Montreal in other of native of'Maine who never visited : /' :
as parts driven. Even with a map of the city, Nova Scotia, immortalized the WASHERS DRYERSDEPENDABLE : ,j://
log and was damaged. Canada and few "
shops were open I proved to be a poor navigator for drama in the "Evangeline", in
Some fifty years ago, city fathers the Sunday we visited the city. driver Robert Driggers.The poem
which two lovers were
bought a mile wide strip of land en- On Monday, we journeyed south, one day we were there, the separated by young the English deportation '' I
AMCRICA'SNO
circling the city, providing a green and crossed the border into Ver- weather was most miserable, with the
and maiden
Evangeline
belt between the city and industriesand mont. We made our way leisurly fog that didn't lift all day, a misting spent a lifetime seeking her man. In WASHER I PREFERRED -

farms. A few farms operate across Vermont, New Hampshireand rain, and visibility not over fifty the end, she found him in an army _- \\\ AND \\\ '
within boundaries of
the the Canada the
Maine to re-enter at
greenbelt yards. We spent a several hours in a hospital, where he died in her arms.
in accordance with original terminus of 1-95, at Houlton Maine. shopping mall that spanned several DRYER hLLA4I2
agreements with the owners, but the We were then in New Brunswick.We city blocks in the downtown area. Return to the States...
land will ceased to be farmed when passed through customs at the There were skywalks across streets,
the present operators die or retire. Houlton Maine crossing, and traveled allowing pedestrians to cross in We returned to New Brunswick via
Public transportation in Ottawa, Southeast toward St. John, New comfort, high above the traffic. the land route, and made out way
and other Canadian cities, is state Brunswick. The St. John river, back into Maine,where we picked up Uff Ulf ,,, ,
subsidized, and functions well. The which empties into the Bay of Fundyat Atlantic TimeNew 1-95, and headed south. aE
equipment appears to be In good the city of St. John, runs parallel! 'S..d on con.um.r .br.ndprnl.rsnc..unq. .
condition, with busses and trams to to Trans-Canada highway for Brunswick and Nova Scotia are Comments...

running frequently and on schedule. many miles. It looked more like a on Atlantic Standard Time, one hour Visa and Mastercard are welcome in ..
The transportation system is well long, narrow lake than a river, ahead of our Eastern Daylight Sayings Canada, even for the of 4 GAS RANGES
purchase
patronized by commuters. because we could see no discernible Time. We had to arise before in the { dinedin
gasoline. Early trip, we
Robert Driggers called my atten- current either because of an Incom- daylight to make the ferry schedule, an Ottawa restaurant, and I DEPENDABLE---
tion to an interesting facet of the ci- ing tide, or because of a hydroelectric which runs from St. John, New charged the meal on visa. The cost,
ty. There is a bank on virtually dam. The Bay of Fundy has Brunswick to Digby, Nova Scotia. in Canadian money, was $25., and I DELUXE STYLING
every corner. We didn't see as many the highest tides in the world, We arrived with the two motor signed a ticket for that amount. That __
banks in Boston and New York city reaching heights of 27 ft.on the"spr- homes, and visited with a couple ticket made the Septermber 25th EASY TO CLEAN I ISAn
combined, as we saw in Ottawa. ing tide", when the moon and earth from Putnam county while waitingto .
Why do they need so many banks, are in certain positions each month. board the ship. The fare for each
and how do they all survived The city of Frederiction is 60 miles camper and two senior citizens was Please spaeP;.. Canada
inland from the mouth of the river, $75.50, Canadian funds. We arrivedin 12
Leaving Ottawa... and can see tidal action affecting Digby some three hours later and '- ---
headed water levels that far from the coast.In de-barked without incident. It was a .u "
From Ottawa, we Nor-
FLEA' MARKETThe
visited overlook since the
St. John we an pleasent experience,
theast to Montreal, in Quebec Pro-
vince. Montreal was settled by the both at low tide and high tide. We passenger lounges were spaciousand Lake City Flea Markot, OFF

French, and retains a French flavor saw the water level rise some fifteen well appointed. located at the Columbia Co.

even today. French is the official Fairgrounds, 1 mile East of Includes Free Cookbook Limited Edition
language, and all the road signs are n.rl I.o Iw Featuring Favorite Recipes From: Every
B 1-75 on US 90, Is having their
'in French. In other provinces, signs State in America
were posted in both English and grand re-opening, under new I ,
French,but not in Quebec. We quickly After Hard Worlc management, the weekendof .
learned that Sud, Nord, Est and a Days November 15th. On this 1 1 I
Quest are the four points of the com- Saab
pass. Enroute to Montreal, we stop- Come Home and Relax in a Comfortable date the Fairgrounds will Save & 4q ZOieh
ped at a roadside stand and purchased host an Antique Car Show
fresh vegetables, including Recliner from Badcock sponsored by the SRRAACA.
tomatoes and corn. The corn was
especially good, and priced Action Lane1WALLSAVER We have a few prime inside

.. reasonably at $2 per dozen (Cana- by booths remaining. To LA.or..
dian). We made camp on the banksof reserve Inside booths or out
the St. Lawrence Seaway at St.
side for the holidays
Sulspice, some 45 km. Northeast of spaces
. _Montreal--Canada appears Jo.have; Jiy or for any other information 332 W. MADISON ST. PH. 964-7701

0' j .. A more water.-.refiCources..than...any I call ((904)) 752-2485.
y ".... *Sother-plac '''' "ttIe worW. Treftrtn"dous -
!" i* rivers"Bild lakes are to be found
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throughout and i maps indicate the area thousands we traveled of un-, @@@ ,

named and unexplored virgin lakesin
the northern sections of the provinces liifry

provinces., and in the land above the ". t !

Perhaps the focal point of old Montreal -
is the cathedral Notra Dame,
one of the most beautiful and 1 t \ f 1

memorable buildings I have ever (
seen. It reportedly is a replica of its t
namesake in Paris, built to one third ,;
diminsions. Visitors are welcome, rf 1st
and we enjoyed the stained glass FEE DDLO
windows, the architecture, statutes RECLINER with TRANSITIONAL ROCKERbuttontuftedbackfootrestand u
and paintings. Blue laws are in effect RECLINER with button tuftet

in Montreal, as in other parts of rolled, padded arms. In Rust, back and seats and rolled pad "I
Canada, and few shops were open Cocoa, or Fawn 100% Antron ded arms. In Cocoa, Rust, o
the Sunday we visited the city.
On Monday, we journeyed south, Nylon Velvet ((45WC) Fawn 100% Nylon Velvet ((51RR Saturday, November 15 ; .

and crossed the border into Ver
mont. We made our leisurly
Vermont, New way Hampshireand f' .1.MIY../ M i i'i
across .... P Starke Center
Maine,to re-enter Canada at the => .LIIH.O. / Housing
terminus of 1-95, at Houlton Maine. Boclc.OC4 HOME FURNISHING CENTER
We were then in New Brunswick.In '.mou.Doubt.Emr _._..__...__...._.____
,,, OUAAANnl THf OUTHCAI1 US 301 South Starke 964.4174 !
other provinces, signs were m "I OVER 200(TORI tlMVINO ;
posted in both English and French, .,.......,." 01 :.'::.\:'.Cu..om.r.r Your I III j y
but not in Quebec. We quickly learn- '';:;;" Mon.yB.ck.B.ck.dby... 128 S. Walnut I
ed that Sud, Nord, Est and Quest are your 10c.1 d r.ndbylb.6.dcock .
the four points of the compass. I /.,:.n. COrpo (Corner of Hwy 100 & Walnut) ,;; Stop by for Free Refreshments
Enroute to Montreal, we stopped at I VISA

a roadside stand and purchased -___ Starke 964-5289 ''
'ii Free Prizes
fresh vegetables, including
tomatoes and corn. The corn was ,

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ESTATE LAND FOR SALELOT CARS & TRUCKS ,BUSINESS
OUT OF AREA _

IN CITY $6,000. Call 964-5764; after 1983 TOYOTA TERCE1. 5-peed, am/fm. OPPORTUNITIES3WN r
LAND FOR SALE Mountain property, 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn AC, runs good. Looks like newl Call
$100 down, owner financing great get MOBILE HOME AND SINGLE FAMILY 964.6172 after 7 p.m. 10/9 tfnsw YOUR OWN Jean-Sportswear,
Beautiful 2acr. HOMESITES $100 1978 FORD CONVERSION VAN dual I ladles apparel,
away. tracts, close to DOWN FROM chlldrens/maternity,
I 3,000 acre lake, 1'/ hours North of S39/MO.. HIGH-ROLLING WOODED A/C, auto. p.. pb cruise, Ice box with large sizes, petite dancewear/aeroblc r7'ruiiHejarREALTY
Atlanta. 1-404-276-2681 or MOBILE HOME AND SINGLE FAMILY sink. $4900 FIRM. 9644514. 10/30 or accessories (tor*. Jordoche Chic,
1.404.635.4397.fcan 86.366 HOMESITES: FROM 2995. 80 x 115' tfnchg Lee, levl, trod, Gltano Guess, Calvin
BEAUTIFUL TELLICO MTSl 14 Vi acres, AVERAGE LOT: COUNTRY SETTING: 22 1982 DATSUN 280ZX 2+2, loaded. Low Klein Servlo Volente, Evan Picon, Liz
surveyed wooded small stream, MILES E. OF GAINESVILLE. TROUT miles, very nice, $200 and assume Claiborne, Members Only Gasoline, .
bordering Ch.rok. National Forest, LAKE VILLAGE(' UNIT II, P.O. BOX 838 loan. 964.4470.13 Itpd Healthtex, over 1000 others. $14,300 to
power $695 per acre, free listings. AR. INTERLACHEN FLORIDA 32048. 1977 FORD LTD $1600. Also 1973 $25,900 Inventory Training fixtures, PHONE 9647776
ROWHEAD BROKERS. TELLICO PLAINS, MURIEL J. HALE LICENSED BROKER, Chevrolet Pick.up. $900 one owner. grand opening etc. Can open 15 days.
TN. 37385. 1.800.251.9658. fcon 86.365 TOLL FREE: 18002454585. OPEN 7 964-S582. 11/6 2tchg 11/13 Mr. Loughlln ((612)) 888.4228.11/13 l Itpd 205 N. Tempi, Starke I
LAND FOR SALE Southeast Alabama. DAYS A WEEK. AD '196508 fcan 86.364 1971 PONTIAC J2000, new tires, brakes OWN YOUR OWN $13.99 one price C ec.II'.rw III.ger
Small and large acreage, highway & clutch. Needs some body work. designer shoe star. A retail price
frontage. House and oth.r amenities, MOTORCYCLES $1100 or best offer. 9647278. 11/13 unbelievable for quality shoes normal. Today and always may God bestow His love on you.
good area abundant wildlife. Some Itpd ly priced from $19 to $60. Over 150 The friendship of those we serve is the foundation of our
financing. ((205)) 775.3724 after 7 p.m. 1972 CHEV. IMP ALA, 4 dr.. runs good brand names 250 styles.' $14,300 to progress.
fcan 86.370 1979 KAWASAKI 750. Runs good, $500. good body $500 FIRM. Good 2nd car or $25,900 inventory training fixtures,
964-88100r964-4757. 11/13 1 Itchq student car. 7823525. 11/13 Itpd grand opening. Can combine with over
1981 GRAN PRIX, P/S, P/B, Air, 6 cyl., 1,000 brands of apparel, accessory SPECIAL
good fixer-upper, $1,500 or best offer. dancewear/aeroblc, chlldrens shop. OWNER MUST MOVE Cedar board and batten, "fireplace,
Tim's Custom : 9648232. 11/13 2tpd 11/20 Can open 15 days. Mr. Keenan (305)
CabinetsI I ;} r ::'; SELF-CONTAINED CAMPER TRAILER 6958267. 11/13 Itpd ) rang, refrlg., d/w, CH/A, fenced yard, city water A sewer,

Nw Construction *Remodeling __ sleeps 5, bath, refrigerator stove, gas 1000 SUNBEDS. SUNAL WOLFF SAVE approx. 1,456_ q. ft. Anum. mart age, $58,500. __
or ec. 9647565. 11/13 1 Itpd .
50% Call for FREE catalogue 8
*Ctibnts> *Tile Ceilings e, FOR SALE OR TRADE 1930 Model A Ford Wholesale pricing. Excellent Xmas gift EASY TO ENJOY Brick 3BR; 1 '/ SA. CH/A, large family

t-'ree Estimates Jillllltl Truck, $2000. Or best offer. 964-4119 or money maker M/C or VISA Call room with fireplace formal living & dining room utility room
L Call Tim Thompson 11/13 Itchg 1.800.228.6292.. fcan 86.372 Access to beautiful Crystal Lake.
1973 AMC HORNET, white, PS PB, cruise LONG DISTANCE TRUCKING. General
".A380 Shop 964.6238 Eve TP control, air, radio 28 mpg runs great. Freight northAm.rlcan Commercial RELAX IN THE SWING ON THE PORCH OR IN A LOVELY LANDSCAPED

Good economical transportation $950or Transport needs owner/operators for SURROUNDING! 2 BR, 2 BA doublewlde mobile
best CASH offer. Call Opal 9646493. nationwide hauling. If need trainIng .
$ 1977 DODGE ASPEN, rough body good we will train you. You you will operate home. 1.76 acres. Walking distance to Crosby Lake Public Lan
slant six engine and transmission ((3 your own tractor. If you don't have ding.
speed). $350 OBO 9646323. 11/13 one, northAmerican offers a purchase ALL TREAT AND NO TRICKS: New 3 BR, 1 Vi BA brick home
FAULKNER REALTY HOMES program that can put you In a tractor kitchen equipped. OWNER FINANCE.
for $2500 down. If you are 21 and over
FOR SALE and think you may qualify call for .A JOY TO LIVE IN: Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH/A, 3 BR, 2 BA
221 W. Lafayette Street complete Information package. Call spacious LR with fireplace gracious Fla. room utility room

2 Blocks S. of Hwy. 100 on U.S. 301 3 BR, I BA BLOCK HOUSE Hardwood & ask any for weekday Dept:97.Toll fcan Free 86.360 1-800.348.2191 skylights 2 utility bldgs.. privacy fence. $44,000.
carpet separate dining room, patio UNCROWDED LIVING: 2/1 Frame cottage on five nice lots-
964-5069 very private lot In quiet neighborhood. BOATS Kingsley Lake Village 30500.
m $39,500. 9644470.. 11/13 Itpd GET AWAY TO LIVING-CB home with 2.25 acres CH&A with |
$300 DOWN REPO, Open House Sat. 12 .
.Ll Susan M. Faulkner, GRI, CRB I..CI.! 4. SR 100 3.3 miles east of town. Bass 1976 16' REGAL TRI HULL with 85 h.p. approx. 1,456 sq. ft. SE 34th Ave. $50,500.
.... REAUOR Country Real Estate 1 1.698.2511.) 11/13 Mercury and trailer $1800. Dale SAMPSON LAKE LOTS OWNER FINANCED 111 I I FINE LOTS. Ap
REALTOR US GOVERNMENT REPO $300 down Brown. 9646050. 10/2 tfn prox. 103'x770' Selling price $18,900 ea. $2,000 down, ((10%
Realtor Associates 36000. 3 BR, 1'BA on '/ acre SASS BOAT Excellent condition. '84 for 10 years). Reducedl! $16,750.
located 3.3 miles east of traffic light on Stott Craft 15'4" w/trailer 75 HP
Faulkner .
Ir.n.l. .
"4.5142.v. EXCELLENT BUY 80 ACRES-$96,000 Heavy pines, 20 acres |
Suzuki finder
SR 100. Bass Country Real Estate. motor, depth trolling
Lucille ..
Spry "4.8420.v. 1.698-25IT. 11/13 Itchg motor. Only 5495. Call 964-5477 after cleared, fenced barn on St. Rd. 235 near New River.
Morty Russell 473.7694 eves. LOOK AT THISI Just remodeled for you. 6 p.m. 11/13 Itpd FISHERMAN'S DREAM 2 BR, 1 BA frame cottage garage
1.720 sq. ft. CH/A w/attlc fan, 3 or 4
CLOSE TO HIGH SCHOOL Over 2,200 sq. ft., BR, 2 full tile baths, equipped kitchen. HYPNOSISPROFESSIONAL drive-in boathouse and screened deck overlooking Crosby j
19 x 20 great room, closets galore, Lake Inlet. CH&A, $39,995.
large lot. Assumable mortgage. Large attic can be fenced back yard w/tool shed. HYPNOSIS services for THE WHOLE KIT AND CABOODLE 1981 Guerdon

converted to living space. Fenced yard. $39,500. Saratoga Hgts. Concrete drive & walk.Don't weight control, smoking stress, etc. doublewlde-Sampson Lake Access 35000. Gread Getaway.

10 ACRE TRACTS Edwards Road. todnv miss 473-7541 this bargain.or 4752597.By owner.11/13 Call For tfnchg help pleas call 9644433. 10/9 IDEAL HOME FOR LARGE FAMILY-S.E. 24th Ave. (off Rd. 100 |

HAMPTON AREA Large acreage, less than East) 2.7 ac., 5 BR, 3 BA, living room dining room, kitchen

$1,200 per acre. eat-In area or study den office, all appliances drapes large
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attractive deck overlooking a quarter acre fish pond with fish I IAN
RETAIL OR
OFFICE near Shopping center. OVER
INVITATION TO SPACIOUS LIVING-Corner Orange& Pratt j

2,800 sq. ft. Accelerated Realty Inc. 3 Br., 2 Ba., CH&A LR, DR, family room & screened in patio.
1 ACRE with well. Hwy. 100E. HOME FOR FAMILY ENJOYMENT-Lovely brick colonial home

3 BR. 1 BA, Owner financed. $19,500. Phone : 964-4544 off Geiger Rd.-4 bedrooms 2 baths-approx 2700 sq. ft.-10.09:

KEYSTONE Big Tree Lake area. Over 1 acre. 11520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke, Florida | acres-many amenities
and SO CLOSE) 1032 E. Call St., 3 BR, 1 '/ bath $45,000. Extra
Pay closing costs assume mortgage. Homes Lots Acreage Waterfront
large lot.e36.3 .
ONLY $23,000 27 cleared Farms CommercialNo
acres, partly some
I EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd.
Charge to List Your Property for Sale
trees.
Owner will finance A Florida
82322. smart investment.
Call and discuss it with
CALL FOR DETAILS on 36 acre pullet farm with us. INVESTORS: 438 Acres in South Bradford County. Partially I

nice block house. [ QUIET AND PEACEFUL ; Brick horn nestled on 5 acres, 3 BR, 2 BA family I { Subdivided, highway frontage, 'close ,to"tichool;, $1.0Q0' per |
I room with fireplace, large cabin kitchen with lots of cabinet space, utility I .
8.71 ACRES with pasture & 2 BR frame house.. room, fenced, 53000. f < acre. Hardwood trees. 'Developer's dream I "

Good fence. Extra well & septic tank. Pecan trees. THIS HOME IS RI3HT FOR YOU'- Easy drive to Cecil or Jacksonville. Superb ....PREFERRED PROPERTIES....
home on 5 acres has 3 BR, 2 BA Great room with fireplace, CHSA, Central I I NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Club-for development.
SEVERAL BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SITES 22 Vt vacuum and stereo, workshop and fishpond $74,900. I SIX ACRES-Great Buy-Primitive Baptist Church Rd. $12,000.

acres nice pasture land, fenced. GROWING A GARDEN THIS FALL? CB home, 2 BR. 2 BA, breakfast room.I II .HI & DRY14.05 Ac., 2 wells septic tank 35000.
I combo that's for 3 cleared!
extra
large living-dining great entertaining on
REDUCED TO $39,000. BR, 2 BA, home on shad acres I WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre 15000.

ed 3/4 acre. PRICE REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE Lovely 3 BR, 2 BA brick home with large I PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or will divide.
LARGE back yard, carpet and stove window AC central heat $35,000. I SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine acres. 2 wells, 3 septic tanks.
BEAUTIFUL lot. Good
building area. | CLOSE TO RETIREMENT CB horn with screened porch 3 BR, 1 BA FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club 90000.
$3,500 CASH OR $3,900 terms. 1 acre paved road 34900.. I .1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East 7700.
NICE AND NEAT Frame home, 4 BR, 1 BA extra large kitchen with plentyof I
frontage. cabinet space, screened porch.A I CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' x 385' $17,000.
HWY. 16 WEST Beautiful custom made D.W., REAL GOOD BUY Frame home, 4 BR, 2 BA, large living room on 1 acre I II KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: 2 lots 65'x130' $2,750 ea.

on 1 acre with pool, deck, workshop, double I with large shade trees 27900. I LAWTEY AREA-Five acres $13,000.
home 1 BA, screened I
OWNER ANXIOUS TO SELL From 2 BR porch on .
15 ACRES HWY 1833000. One mile off 301.
garage & other extras. Can be purchased com 28.7 acres good land good timber and water system to livestock pens, I
pletely or partially furnished. machinery storage building, fenced, 74750. I e 1 RENTAL available.
ROBINS AND ROSES Country living at It. best In a lovely bricked mobile | OKLAWAHA RIVER: three plus acres $15,000..
NEAR WALDO FLEA MARKET 3 BR, 1 '/ BA, home, 3 BR, 1 BA, CHSA well and septic. RIVERBEND ESTATES One acre, 4500.

D.W., over 1 '/ acres. ACREAGE 10 acres on N.E. 13th Street .LAWTEY 4 BR, 2 BA, 2 story, 1 acre.
ACREAGE 20 acres NW Bradford County Good mineral water.
GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD, approximately 2,500sq. ACREAGE 14.05 acres SW Bradford County with pecan trees and 2 wells. | After Hours

ft., fireplace, family room, breakfast room, I I ACREAGE.4.55 acres and 2.16 acres, near Graham. I Pauline Randolph 964-6323
I LAKE LOTS Sampson Inlet Sampson Lake and Crosby Lake, Owner financing 1
custom drapes. Brick veneer. I available. Randy Cory 475-2597 ]

LARGE LOT chain link fence, 3 BR, 1 BA, frame, CITV LOTS 2 nice lots on Hwy. 16 W, only 2 blocks from Hwy. 301. I Anne Terwillegar Nelson 473-7541
CITY PROPERTY Two and one-half city blocks. 39900.
CH/A, good assumable mortgage.
HWY 301 SOUTH 146 ft. frontage.
IMMACULATE 3 BR, 2 BA has fireplace, nice I HWY 301 SOUTH 4.5 acres with approx. 208 ft. frontag

pool with deck, plus screen porch, custom blinds, | COMM. BLDG. IN CITY Approx. 15,000 sq. ft. floor space; $74,500.

ceiling fans and assumable mortgage.

--F.REE NOTARY SERVICES. .. .. .
INVESTMENT 3 BR, 2 BA, kitchen equipped. TV-? == .. '- 'JL J,
ONLY $25,000. PUT US TO WORK FOR YOU I 111( I
Plumbing Supplies FrpmDurranco -
CRYSTAL LAKE ACCESS Block home, 3 BR, 2 BA, AFTER HOURS:
Wayne Douglas..964.6593 Novls Ward..........964-7454 Pump & SupplWe
CH/A, fireplace, dishwasher, ceiling fans, large John Gr..n..533-2121 Bill Dodd..964.7408 ,

deck overlooking lake, 2 car garage. REDUCED. Irving Clark..........964-7188 Cindy Kurlmay......964-7408 Drill 2" to 6" Wells e stht Llcansec '

BEAUTIFUL 10 acre pecan grove on county Tom B.ment..964.6..39 Don Hood..468.1905 L US 301 North$*4 N.Tempi*Av*.,Starke .964-706T

road Terms available. James Dilts.........964-8629 Patsy Lawson........9646927WitifiWMto'f

NEW CEDAR HOME 3 BR, 2 BA, CH/A, many !&. M& -

extras. Over 1,400 sq. ft. of porch. Va acre with . ..

Sampson Lake access. .

1 BR, 1 BA IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS area with lots rC 1to *THIS HOME IS JUST WHAT YOU NEED I *EXECUTIVE LIVING Country Club.I
Next to school Huge fenced yard, 3 Br., Many many ammenitle In this 3 BR, 21
of extras. CH/A, ceiling fan, chain link fence, Broker
sunken family room w/fireplace. Lg. BA brick home, approx. 1776 sq. ft of]
screen porch, new storage building. r r r t rI screened porch on back. CH/A side by luxurious living.DOUBLEWIDI.

3 BR, IVi BA, concrete blk. house. Owner wants OUTLAW side immaculate refrlg., trash Priced compactor.at 61000.Absolutely on 4.87 acres 3/2.1

to sell, price reduced-$32,900. I tit CHSA fireplace, extra nice, owner!
Designated1 t Appraiser Resj-r964-694; |: *ON GOLDEN POND 2/2 split plan ready for a sal..
WHISPERING PINES S/D 1 with almost ""
acre
new mobile home on 1 acre Includes glassedIn
D.W. Many extras. 9644522 ; 'I porch, skirting awning storage shed *BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM BUILT HOME-
t & outside lights. Architect designed-Brick 4/4, 3,200 plus j
LOTS AVAILABLE, 10 located In Golfview Sub- STARKE. FL.r of luxurious living with many amenities I

division. r r '" PER -ECT IN-LAW. HOUSING or 2 From 2 to 60 ocr..- OWNER FINANCED! [

ONLY 2 LOTS still available golf I S families 2 nice homes on 1 large lot. *KEYSTONE |
joining course. Separate living! but close enough to AREA Mobile home wtn
Frontage on Hwy. 230. keep a check onl'each other. North of lake access. Immaculate. 23900. (Central
Stark. H 8 A).
49 ACRE FARM ONLY $65,000. Assumable mor .
*HOME BEAUTIFULt $75,200-on 2 ,
*3 BR BRICK HOME 3.64 acres
tgage. on acres, newlyrenovated
3/2, 1700 sq. ft., CH/A, many extras.
$18,000 1 acre with 3 BR mobile home. COMMERCIAL CORNER *NEAT AS A PIN 2 Br., 1 Ba.. In Stark kitchen. CHSA paneled *HOMEMAKER'S DREAM Separate
walls, picture window, house '
D.W. ON 1 ACRE Great location for prison Priced for quick sale. 24500. amidst 8 nestled, walnscotted dining room and sunken
trees. Just
*COMMERCIAL BLDG. Many uses. home offer pecan reduced!
FOR PERFECTIONISTS This den. 3/2 CHSA. above ground pool. Dbl
employee. | 138 N. Water St $25 000. so much for so little A proven floor Owner Is ready for on offer V tCOuramf : '"arog. A 20 X 29 upstairs room to be

2 STORY 4 BR home in town. $34,500. *INVESTORS Plnesong S/D. Paved plan. 3/2'/i' Lg. family room. 2 car car HOME you've. dreamed. I"'of completed to have your own private BR I Isuit
horn 8 L
port. Immaculately maintained All this only 66000.
IMMACULATE D.W. furnished, 2 built-on por- j rood through property. Owner finan- grounds. Excellent location. owning. It has everything! 4/2 over *COMPLETELY REMODELED from !
2,000 ft. Price
ches & utility room, also 2 outside utility buildingson I clng. *LARGE HOME-ln city on opprox. .9 sq. just reduced'" ,1'i 2000. horn, excellent condition on l'/i acre, f
*SOUTH OF STARKE 2 corner at acre. 4/2 CH8A, 1900 plus sq. ft.assum. New carpet throughout, 3 ceiling fans
1 acre. Priced to sell. Cash or owner financing. US 301 8 SR 18. 2 Money Maker mtg. OWNER FINANCED Country Club Great for a small family.

VERY MODERN 2 BR, 1 BA, frame & brick, nice NEW RETAILPROFESSIONALBUILDING *AWAY FROM THE CROWDS. You will Flume area, building Rd. tote" '. orTBessent Road *
with plenty of parking and love the privacy this horn offers. 4/3 "" 7 w.Rend
carport. CH/A, kitchen equipped also garage. [ positive cash flow. Located In ths 2,100 sq. ft. plus an extra large garage. 'I" l' '
Walking distance to stores & etc. | busiest section of Stark. Many outstanding features on 1.76 Butler MINI-FARM 4/2. CHSA ..and lake Retail Space NowAvollabl.
on xtros: LargeCB .
DEERFOOT TRAIL Nice lake lot for sale *WELL ESTABLISHED commercla'building acres bldg:6 large:pal* barn. In Ml Plate,
across from Community *LOCATION LOCATION Walk to '
Driveway complete. \ Bank. Price has been drastically everything. Neat asa pin and manicured 'L I
REDUCED to move property. yard. 2 Br. We Invite Inquiries Or:i Our Other PropertiesL

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COMMERCIAL RENTLEASESALENORTHWEST PROPERTY NOTICE FOR SALE FOR RENT HELP WANTED CARS TRUCKS

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted & BOATS
to the Bradford County STORE BOUGHT Furniture for sale at LAKE GENEVA RENTALS Weekly, mon RELIABLE FULL TIME Truck driver

CORNER OF Call & Thomp. Telegraph office In writing and paid In Doublewlde Home Center located thly efficiency apartments, 1 or 2 BR, Omega Metals 4734984. 2tchg .

eon Streets: 2 story mo.onry building. advance unless credit Is already North on 301 Lawtey Flo. (this Is not call 4732919. 11/6 tfnchg 11/6.13 MAKE AN OFFER 1982.83 Ch.". Chevet-
Clyd. W. Simpson, 3566349. 4/IOTF established with this office trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg MOBILI HOMES FOR RENT $150 per NEED MONEY Sell Avon. Cloy and Put. tee, excellent condition no reasonableoffer
PROFESSIONAL TWO OFFICI SUITE, with THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As low as month. Partially furnished. Keystonearea. nom. Call collect at night. Shlrlle Davis, will be refused. Call 473-4570 to

bath, avail. Oct. 1. Adjacent to Brad RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tin 473-2026. 11/6 tfnchg 4734836. 2tpd 11/6-13 see these cars. Don't pass this oncelnalife -
ford Courthouse. $200 mo. Call CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER CHEVY 4x4 PARTS: % ton, anything you LAKE GENEVA I or 2 BR furnished. HOUSEKEEPER. Monday-Friday 3.5 p.m. time offer. Itpd 11/13
964 4667. 9/11 tfnchg THE TELEPHONE. need--Axles, front or rear, auto Retired or handyman caretaker couple 473.2368 or 473.4985.2tchg 11/6.13 1977 CADILLAC COUPE Well taken of
SPACE AVAILABLE! Excellent location, Classified deadline Is TUESDAY transm., transfer cases, 2 different preferred $200 to $275 mo. 473.7269 or FEDERAL, STATE 8 CIVIL Service Jobs loaded. Asking $2.000 or best offer.

1500 square footag., rtdueed price, NOON prior to Thursday publication types: spring lift blocks, bin U bolt*. 376.7749 or 3788622.. 11/6 tfnchg $14,757 to $57,785/year. Now hiring. 4734605. Itchg 11/13
HOUSE FOR RENT on beautiful Silver Call JOB LINE 1.518.459.3611 ext.
$625 Call 964-5812. TFce
per month. 9043840603. 11/6 Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50
2tchg 1113 NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum lake. 2 BR, CH/A, pool table, on Iocr. F3339A for listing. 24 hours. 3tpd
then 15 cents for each word thereafter. FOR SALE
Measures 24x36". 25 cents each Great lot. $375 month. 9042471604. 11/6 11/13208 12/4
for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH tfnchg TEXAS REFINERY CORP. needs mature
LOSTFOUNDPART 135 W. Call St. 9646305. WHITE SANDS LAKE 3 BR, 1 BA furnished person now In Keystone Heights area. 12 CU. FT. FREEZER dining room set,
FIREWOOD FOR SALE Early season home. Fireplace, screened porch Regardless of experience, write A.B. bedroom set, desk and stereo. Phone

BASSETTTt Brown i whit dog REAL ESTATE prices Pine $15 per truckload Oak AC. $415 month, $200 deposit. Hopkins, Box 711, Fort Worth TX 473.2889. Itpd 11/13 .
9042497884. 4tpd 10/30.11/20 76101. 11/13 10 X 12 UTILITY BLDG. Good. $175.
1320 Searing or call 964.8971 alter 5 $25 per truckload. Sunshine Industries Itchg
p.m. 11/13 I Itpd FOR SALE 964-7699 SR 16W next to Olin. Trailer FOR LEASE1, 2,13 bedroom energy efficient 4733749. Itchg 11/13
FOUND) S.t of key In front of Women's Park 10/9 61c"g 11/13. apartment 475.1048 or NOTICE GOLF CLUBS First Flight Golden Eagle

Club. Call 964.5391 to Identify. 11/13 UNCLE SAM HAS 110 BILLION $$$ to ROLLS OF HAY: 2520. All hay under 475.2052 between 7 a.m.-10 p.m. 11/6 Clubs. 1.3 8 4 Ultra woods pitching: 2.3,4,5,6,7.8,9Irons. wedge.
2tchg 11/20 large barn on west side of T6 tfnchg Holg
loan/give for real estate no Hwy CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
away
2 BR FURNISHED MH with In Kangaroo leather bag 8 covers $100.
about 7 miles north of Starke toward porch .
credit statement needed. Also gov'lseised to the Lake Region Monitor office
Melrose. $165 month Call 4732525. Itchg 1/13
plus deposit.
homes from $1 18008264355. prison. Order your hay and leave It In writing and paid In advance
PERSONAL SERVICESCHAIN Icon 86.368 under my barn until you need It. 16846634. 4tchg.10/30-11/20 unless credit. is already establishedwith
available at extra charge. Arthur JUST REMODELED 1 BR lakefront cot YARD SALES
GOV'T SEIZED HOMES FROM $1 (You Delivery this office
LINK FENCE: Installed. Fr. Gasklns 782-3727 9646167. tage. Ideal for retired couple or single
or
repair). Also tax delinquent propertiesnow MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
estimate. Handy-Man F.nc. Co. available. For Info 1-600-826-4355. 10/30 tfnchg who enjoys fishing boating or garden. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN NOVEMBER 22 Keystone Heights, Im
Owner Tommy Reddish 64-8559 tfn Icon 86.367REPOSSESSED HAY Alicia fertilized $1.50 bal, In Ing. 4737413. 11/6 tfnchg CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER mokalee Rood. Signs posted. Furniture
GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors window., HOMES FROM GOV'T from field. Round roll available. Call THE TELEPHONE. crystal tool.and antiques 2ipd
etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY $1.00 plus repairs/taxes. Throughout 964-8942. 10/30 4lpd 11/20 STORE OR OFFICI SPACE FOR LEASE 4 Classified deadline Is 11:00: a.m. priorto 11/13.20
9646078. Orders also taken In Lake FL/Notionwide! Also tax properties THE LAST GREAT BARGAIN SALE OF THE units to choose from, $300 per month. Thursday publication. GENEVA LAKE ESTATES last house on
Butler, 496.3079 and Keystone Heights. 2164533000. Ext. H5117. 11/13 2tpd CENTURY. Uncle Sam has over $1 located on SR 21 near Woodland Dr. Minimum charge Is IS words for$3.50 left Saturday Nov. 15 from 94. Itchg
473-4973 2/26 tinWANT 11/20 billion worth of gov't surplus to sell or Call CENTURY 21 SHOWCASE PROPERTIES then 15 cents for each word thereafter 11/13
TO DRINK give away this year as low ai $1. INC., Broker 4734903. 11/6 4tchg MULTIFAMILY SALE Sat. Nov. 15 from

THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS SALES Vehicles, boots, planes, cameras, computers 11/27 PERSONAL SERVICES 94. No early birds. Hwy 21 8 Orchid St.
WANT TO STOP YARD etc. For Info' ((312)) 3898884. LAKE BROOKLYN 2 bedroom furnished Furniture, clothes, 8 mist Itchg 11/13

THAT'S OURS icon 86.369 cottage. Immokatee Rd. $250 month PRESSURE WASHING 3 FAMILY YARD SALE All types of appliances
Alcoholics YARD SALE 624 N. Lake Street. Linens, $200 deposit. 17573419. 11/6 2tpd Houses, mobile
Anonymous 1 HALF PRICE 11 Flashing arrow signs homes, pool., decks, sidewalks Free tool., furniture, householdgood.
baby 1 toddler clothes, silverware
9&4-4ISO-964)-) $2891! Lighted non-arrow $2791 Behind JonesFuneral
.. Nov. 1415.
estimates. Call Rob
much Thurs., Nov. 12. 10 a.m. MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE 4733590. 11/6
pd thru 11/13 more. Unlighted $2491! Free letters! Warranty tfnchg Home, KH. Itpd 11/13
SEWING MACHINE REPAIR: All makes ?T I1/I31lpd Less than $1.00 daily to operate.See LAWN MOWING GARAGE SALE Geneva Springs Condosoff
cleaned oiled & adjusted. $15. Used HUGE YARD SALE Held over, lots more locally. Factory: 1 1-(800)( ) 423-0163 MUST SELL 2V acres on Crystal Lake Call The Lawn Barber.Trimming 4733590.edging.Free Highway 21. Saturday Nov. 15 from
sewing machines for tale. James added dealers welcome! Green hot anytime. fcan 86.362 Rd. 3 BR, 2 BA doublewide mobile Estimates. 11/6 93. Itpd 1113SATURDAY.

Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy bonded peanuts, pecans, cold drinks, PECANS U-Pick. .60 cents per lb. home, attached garage, several FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR tfnchg DRAGGING NOV. 15. Gatorbone Lake.
Starke. 12/Stfn clothes-oll sizes-fill large bag for $1. detached sheds. Make offer. Call M-F
16 964 8733. 9645760. 11/13 Itpd House out of level? Call LaRue Leveling Three families. Furniture, boat sewing
HANDYMAN electrical lamps, chairs, end tables, old mowers 8 STRATTON ROTO 8:30.4.798.1753.: 2tchg 11/13.20
: carpentry pointing 5 HP BRIGGS TILLER Service, for all foundation machine, toy., walker many other
your
complete home repair. riding mower air camp., large desk 8 Western Auto make Shelled pecans, repairs. 473-7721. 11/6 tfnchg Items. Take 21 N. to 352.go three
Reasonable rate. Licensed contractor. file. cabinet old jewelry, jeans, dishes, $4 per lb. 964.7698 or 4681410. 11/13 WORK WANTED miles, turn at sign. 4733387. Itpd
Call Mitch. 4733940. 1/9tfn what-nots, wheels, guitars lots more.Too Itchg 11/13

FAIRFIELD ROOFING: Free estimates. much to name. Come seel N 301 to FIBERGLASS TOPPER, fits long bed Ford MOWING, TRIMMING Edging. Any HOUSES FOR SALE
Licensed. Insured and bonded. All SR 233. 1st road to right, SIGNS. Courier and probably Mazda. Good
work done by responsible young men.
types of roofing and repairs. Money 9647499. Thurs. Sunday. 11/13 Itpd condition.. $250. 9645670. 11/13 Itpd Call 'Kevin or Keith. 4732438. 4tchg 4 BR 2'BA Large brick home, pool
back ,if unable to leak. YARD SALE 100 WEST 5 miles, turn left roll farm.
guarantee stop HAY: ALICIA $25 per at 10/30-11/20 screened patio many extras, one
Mobile Home tool 485-1556 485.1016 at SW 15th St. 1/3 mile down. Thurs., Delivery available. 7 miles west of block from schools. 200 ft. on road. BROADWAY & WALTERS

or 374.1443 anytime. 9/11 tfnchg Fri., Sot., & Sun. 11/13 Itpd Starke on Rd. 16. Jimmy Goskins. 109000. Owner will finance. 473.4058
ROOF COATING. Single wldes startingat YARD SALE Friday Nov. 14, Four family 9648356. 11/13 tfnchg GET GLASSED I alter 6 p.m. 2tpd 116.13MISCELLANEOUS TREE SERVICE

$135. Doublewldes starting at $150. yard sale. Clothing gas heaters 1008 1984 CHATEAU travel trailer 33 ft., rear Classic Liquid Glass Polish Is Removal

One year guarantee against leak.. Sr. Clark St. 11/13 Itchg bedroom Ig. ref, AC, self-sontained, not lust for Ferrari's and Lear
citizens discount. Also releveling done. 301 SW 14TH STREET: Clothes, dishes, like new. 964.5318 or 7823786. 10/16 Trimming
Call for free estimates 964.4680.10/16 Snapper mower Fri 14th & Sat. 15th. tfnchg jets. It's for your car old or *

tfnchg 11/13ltchg BEAUTIFUL DIAMOND RING-Over .60 new, for that incredible wet PACK RAT Buy sell and trade collectible Stump Removal
CARS < TRUCKS DETAILED Inside and FRI. C SAT. NOV. 14 -15. 9 a.m. 5 p.m. years old. Retail value $800. Make offer look and lasting protection.Ask Items and antiques Used furniture, Firewood
Trailer Park Corner of 16 S
out. Wash and/or wax. 164.4082.11/13 Olin 964-6864. If nee glassware, jewelry and much more. *
about monthlyguarantee Free Estimate
our
1 Itpd Morgan Rd. 11/13 Itpd 280 GAl. FUEL TANK with legs. Call Come see for yourself. One mile east
WILL BABYSIT In my home, 3 yrs. & older. YARD SALE: Baby bed cradle etc. 301 S. 533-2403 after 6 p.m. swtfn or lifetime shine of Keystone Heights on Highway 100.
Fenced yard clean horns. We have on. to 2nd 221. 9th house on right, brown 12,500 BTU WINDOW UNIT AIR CONDI and protection program affordable 473-2183. 11/6 tfnchg 473.7097 4737679After

3 yr. old son. Call 964.8734. /131Ichg brick. Saturday only. 4681421. 11/13 TIONER. 110 Outlet. $250. Call for all. Complete SHAKLEE PRODUCTS Call for free con 5 P.M.
1tpd 533 2403 after 6 p.m. swtfn/ sultation. Senior citizens welcome.
HELP WANTED BIG YARD SALE: Fri. 8 Sat. South of' GAS HEATER 40,000 BTU w/blovier, 3 detailing. 4732568. 1 Itpd 11/13 Keystone Heights
Starke. Watch for signs off 301. yrs. old. Set for bottle gas. 413 Polk St. For appointment call:
Licensed & InsuredKeystone
Clothes, dishes, mlcsellaneoui items
964 5751. 11/13ltpd Liquid Glass: 964-8348 Of"
EXPERIENCED NURSING ASSISTANTS Many hand tool. 11/13 Itpd PECANS U-PICK. 60 cents per pound.
needed at Whispering Pines Care Ctr. YARD SALE Nov. 14 & 15. 9 a.m til ?? 5 Monday Friday after 3:30: p.m. all day -

-._ Call Susan Cook 964-6220. EOE. 12/5TF families, Coffee table, weight bench 8 Saturday 1316 W. Madison St. 11-
rJlEAl ESTATE LICENSING only 4 weeks, weights, T.V. table, baby stroller baby 9647824.. 11/6 tfnchg KEYSTONE VILLAGE -
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[ Call 17554040. N. Fla.'Re61'E.Yati Cbtio!t:cOthes.Tpltiy' pent Clothes, what-nots.:* AFRICAN PIGMY GOATS month old Club Estates
5r- lots of misc. Go out 16E to NE 10th St., .
lege. 7/3TFN twins male silver female tan $100 For Sale 3 bedroom 2
3000 GOVERNMENT JOBS LIST $16,040 turn left first house on left. 11/13 tpd for pair or $65 each Thomas R. Edwards Luxurious 1 BR Apartments :

59230yr. Now Hiring. Call YARD SALE Sat. 15th 9 a.m, Green 964-8504. 11/131tpd from $215 per mo. bath, living room, dining
805-687.6000 Ext. R-5504. 10/16 7tpd Acres. 22 ft. ext. ladder stereo ANTIQUE PIANO upright. $75 as Is. T-V eat-in
11/27 speakers turntable, hedge cutters, :.c. room room,
11/13
skil sander (all electric Needs some repair4733940. Call 473-3682 ..
chain
MANAGER NEEDED for conveniencestore. saw saw kitchen laundrystoreroom
Itchg.
Only experienced need apply. ). Honda Odyssey 4 wheeler. Much DINING ROOM TABLE 8 six chairs $70. plus nice screenedarea
Pep-O Food Store 620 S. Walnut more misc. items. 11/13ltpd 9647514. 11/13 1 Itchg or visit Located at beautifulir
2 FAMILY YARD SALE: 2 houses east of for
Stork. 9/18 tfnchg LONG SUGAR CANE for sale. Small or relaxing.
GOVERNMENT JOBSI Now hiring In your Flume Rd. on Hwy 16. Brick house large amount. Charlton Mobley Mac- Keystone Club Estates Located on 9th fairway.Call .
trim. Follow signs Saturday
w/beige :
area both skilled and unskilled. For clenny Fl 2593372. 11/13 Itpd : : sorry No Pets
list of jobs and application call ((615)) all'day. Baby clothes, TV, misc. items STEREO turntable cassette, earphones, H/l34KhQlJ/4 473.3521
383-2627 Ext. J507. Icon 86 371 11/13 1 Itchg cabinet excellent condition IQUU 5005155
speakers
BIG 5 FAMILY GARAGE SALE Nov. 14 111I3310clll t 1527
WE MAKE MONEY THE OlD-FASHIONED $100. Hardwood double bed headboard --
958 Nov. 15, 7:30 a.m. 4 Lots of I
WAY We earn it. Get the whole story. : p.m. 209646169. 11/13ltpd
clothes, Infants, children 8 adults,
Call 9648397. 11/13 Itpd AKC REGISTERED Cocker Spaniel pup
MAID EXPERIENCED good referencesown shoes TV furniture, toys, wall decorations pies. 8weeksold. 782-3334. 11/13 1 tpd FLORIDA CARPET CLEANING & DYE CO.
8 misc. 512 N. Water St. 11/13
transportation ph.964.5709.116ltpd ROWING EXERCISE BICYCLE $25. Papa PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED < P.M'"Quellty >
11/13 Itpd Chair. $20. Call 473.4432. 11 /13 I Itchg
AIRLINE JOBS $17.747 to $63,459/year YARD SALE: Friday 8 Saturday Nov. 14 8 GRAND PIANO. $1500. Easy-play Work low, 'low prices $ 1 A 99 ? ,
hiring! Call JOBLINE 15. 8 til 5. Stereo, boat seats, motorcycle home -. I *t Scolchgard Available '
now organs, $599 up. New pianos (Any Room & Hell) .
1-518-4593535 Ext. A3377 for Info 24 helmets (jewelry other mens items.8 womens TurnFast 30% off. No. Florida's leader Lipham Specializing cleaning end re-dyeing of wall to well carpel, furniture cleaning
and
hrs. 11/63tpd 11/20 clothing many -"Where Quality Meets
Music
commercial work.
off end offer bids on
PLANT LOVERS!III Earn extra cash on Southgate Drive Colley ((904))
Westgate Regency Free advice
Road and follow the signs. Cancelled If Economy Senior Citizen Discount No mileage charge
TrUtUAGESTTOUR
Beautiful plants Meet new people 3725351. 11/13 2tchg 11/20
Flexible hours. FENSMORE rain. 11/1J Itpd REGISTERED MALE treeing Walker pup GUIDE Call 964-4997 Call .........'0.
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HYDROCULTURE Plants. Call collect YARD SALE Sat 8 Sun 10 a.m. p.m 5t.rW-5rsetOre.
10 months old started on coon. Chess pilawpseedhleeaphosebwb
((305)) 8862367. fcan 86-361 Tod, tome automotive parts, some py.Phone '164.6767.11/13 2tpd 11/20 AIRLINE RiKRVATttttSTStim 2Mse.lt.Ktrscksrg. all Ware.Ouii.nH.< dismb r 01 Commeresire' :
furniture 715 !S. Westmoreland. 11/13 LI Ball'. Nl.1NINI'f"
PHONE WORK. Orlando, Tampa area. HAND MADE BELTS extra sizes to 54. '
tim.. $7-$10 hourly TFn .UII_c$ IRfl
full -
or
Day part WANTED See at Waldo Farmers 8 Flea Market.
Write:: UCF Suit 122 5150 W. 12/25 INIfZIUINUT_
wage. Booth 38. 11/13 7tchg
Coponj Rd., Margate, FL 33063. lean TWO Bldg.((2)D.) DUNEBUGGIES $600 for both or ..jruasLwn. i si..s..NM6..IIT".. SAVE $ $ With $

86.363 WANTED TO PURCHASE old houses, best offer. Call anytime for appoint
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TRAIL MOTEL RESTAURANT In Lawtey buildings. Buy sell trade. Thomas ment to see. 9648966. 11/13 Itpd : .
Applications are now being taken for House Moving lake City Fla., DINING TABLE W/FOUR CHAIRS i china A.C.T.TRAft SCHOOL18004323SE4 \OiOS Homes Beautiful 'onc6o9ETiff

Ml A part-time employment. Exp. 752-2318 or 752-5825, ask for Danny. cabinet $300. Section couch $200. .

helpful but not necessary. Apply In 10/3041pd 11/20 Chair $20. Headboard for bed 8 rails --* -j......mamf
person only no phone calls. 11/13 FARM WANTED: What have you? Makeme for box springs $40. Call 9645856. -

2tchg 11/20 an offer 13354836.. 11/132tchg POOL TABLE, Brunswick regulation siz.'. : WINDOWSAlso
C.S.I. TRACTOR TRAILER SCHOOL Is 11/20 apd misc. furniture at bargain price.. '
looking for a sales agent In the Brad WANTS TO BUY sewing machlng to sew miles N. 301 8 Moraan Rd. 11113 1tpMATIIEVVS <2t 1 IFiII
have sales --DW on 1/2 oc. Lawtey In town
ford Co. Area Must exp. Up 8.9 01. leather 4682346. 11131tchgMISCELLANEOUS
to $300 per enrollment. Call Mr. -.-..------ nice area $18,000.1134Motel III Pilr Siding Soffit & Fascia
Holdon 904-389.6651 Of 8132233385. opts., res., 9 ac. great
REALTY: Awning Screen Rooms
Investment I
11/13 Itpd
Fe,
TEXAS REFINERY CORP. needs mature 441 Madison m 1439.-0ffc., complex, commercial Carport a Brick or Stone
person now In Stork. area Regardlessof THE BRADFORD BARBER SHOP IS NOW Starke, FL 32091 j L..I3| building 10 city lots. Fronts US 301. Cleaning
experience, write A.B. Hopkins, Box OPEN. In front of Badcock Furn. aao5. Inside city limits.
711 Fort Worth TX 76101. 11/13 Itchg Owner Gil. Mitchell. 11/13 tfnchg ItK.U/TOll 9114.4 tSIt We have many listings see our Call
FREE TO GOOD HOME: 2 yr. old cream- Harold Epps 9A-I-661S farmettes, waterfrontage Commercial

l colored. 964-5246.11/13 shepherd. Call 1 Itchg anytime after 5p.m. SIN A..nc.TOWN: 2 8R 1 BA. CH. neur and good bargain buys! HOMES BEAUTIFUL OF N. FLA.

NAVAL AIR RESERVE HAVING A PARTY Spacious KingsleyLake hospital sm. dn., owner fin. bal.
Lorraine 3.BrokerSTROUT 9646766fc
HELP WANTED Civic Center available for parties, 29900. Starke Fl
OPENINGS AVAILABLE family reunions, wedding receptions, LAWTEY AREA 10 Ac lots 25% REALTY
etc. To rent: Call 5332069. 1I/133tchg dn.. bal. 10% for 15 yrs. is CO.puS.eeeat.
for prior service military per 11/27.,, LAWTEY 125: 2 BR 1 BA 15 acres ...

sonnel In the Naval Air plus extra septic tank, 60000. 161.1971I

Reserve Program, In Jax, FL. .E. CALL ST.: 2 or 3 BR, 1 BA CH/A I ; 473.7196.3S Roberts Real Estate

Ground & flight crew posi- BRADFORD LIME ROCK SALES detached 1 car LAKE garage HOME, 31000.SITES- N. TEMPLE 986 N. Temple Ave. Stark, FL

tions available In control, Ph 782-3172-Mon thruSat. CRYSTAL Beautiful brick veneer 4 BR 2 BA an 2 tTARx( rI.O30e1 964.6262

transport, helicopter and at Fill Sand Drainfield Rock Irg. lots close to lake, 90000.

tack squadrons. Call TOLL .W. PRATT ST.i 3/1, CH/A, stove, ----_...- .... .... COMMERCIAL Successful service station -on US 301 ,
Sid Ponds refrlg., microwave oven, ceiling fan NEAR VO-TECH 3 BK, I .A nome.
1-800-521-131ifor White
FREE mor for 50000. Call Today!
-$907 09. Reduced to 36000. Call to see.eMOVING .
information. 11/1311chQ ,'f" LAWTEY AREA Gorgeous 3 BR. 2 Middleburg For Sale ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile home. Only

BA brick veneer over 2,000 sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 BA on '/ acre $75,000. Owner terms possible.

Interior decor that must be seen to I{ FLORILANDREALTY CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, central heat & air.
appreciate, 9-74 acres 8 much more. I
Reduced to 35000.
Some owner fin.
HISTORICAL Price nego. PROVIDENCE: 139 acre I 640 ACRES Excellent development property In a rapidly

farm with lovely large brick home I 964.7700 growing area of Cloy county. Priced to sell at less that $I20C

with all ammenltles? lae. pecan I 393 N. Temple Ave. acrell! I ,
trees, has 4 MH rentals, 2 stocked Vernle P. Odom Brok.r-GRI per 1 bath 1 acre. $23,000.
bedrooms. on
DAVIS STREET 3
5
/ I t I r r 1 fl.hpond., near 1.75 and 441. I Jeanl. GegnonEve. .
.MINI-FARM: Approx. '2.5 acres I .-4-J414 Realtor Associate SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. $11,000.
with 3 BR 1 BA. MH. 2 Ige. barns plus I .38 ACRE FARM Northwest of Stark, 2 Bedrooms 2 Bath

tractor 8 equip. Many ."tro.. from with out-buildings, CH/A
1:11 / It LAWTIV AREA 3 BR, 1 BA, CH/A 1 I BRICK HOMI, 2 acres plus 3 BR 2
1 Improvements.
,1 '10 ACRES Pecan grove, no
acre 39000. IA en take Sampson. Good fishing.
SLAKE BUTLER: 3 BR, 2 BA. CH/A, Lg. Access to 2 lakes Mud see to ep- FORSYTH ROAD 5 Acres plus, no Improvements, 640 ft.

lot, only $41,500.HAMPTON predate. frontage on road. 2.9 acres with older mobile horn, well,

: 4 BR. 1 BA.$18.500 Ap Ill ACRES Good Hunting. Owner septic tank.COMPLETE .
i pump
prow 11 acres on 325 only $2 .000 will finance.
HWV lOOEt Approx. Vi acre with old LOTS ZONID FOR TRAILERS COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE

house,' 7000. Graham eree St. Rd. 100 B. Lawtey. George W. Roberts, Jr. Broker -

I..tallncom.Property .4 ACRES PLUS $t. Rd. 1 1 WALNUT ST.I 4 Flex plus ;2 BR 1 BA to Keystone. .

II MH 78x210 lot w/ parking garage. .GOOD BLDG. LOTS City water ft Terry A. Gains, CSM Salesman/Appraiser

t EDWARDS RD. Approx. 4 acres wMN' / 2 sewer, )lolnlng Green Acr... '6 .41nEvenln9. I

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US 301 South ((1Va miles) Starke, Florida COMMERCIAL PROPERTY CARS/TRUCKS'

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197 FORD MAVRICK Four door, new
At Longchamp Homes we feature OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE tires, radio and heater $800. Call

Located In Union County Times 496.3250, after 5 P.M. weekdays and
PERSONALIZED BUILDING building. Call for Information. all day Saturday and' Sunday. Itchg.
4962261. tin. 11/13

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Bring us a rough draft or pencilled sketch; LAND. WILL BUY OR LEASE. Call TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR
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Tom Chair.., daytime 04)542-79S7.( ) RENT Union CountyTlmes, 150
our in-staff design artist will work with YOU night (9045427050.) 11/6 4tchg. 12/24 Main Street Lake Butler Phone
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to satisfy YOUR family's needs. FOR RENTDay INSURANCEMAINES OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
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150 West Main. Call 496-2261 for
We can also assist you in securing INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E. more Information tfn

financing for your new home. Week Month Completes Main Street Insurance, Lake Service Butler 4/10 496-3978.tin HOUSE both. Completely FOR RENT Two renovated bedroom, carpet, one ,

stove, refrigerator. $220 per month
MAGNOLIAHOTEL HELP WANTEDTYPISTS First, last, plus security. Call 496.2995,
Call for More Information Today! after 6 P.M. 10/23 4tpd. 11/13
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME Three
$500 weekly at home) Write
:
9646853Suwannee P.O.Box 975. Elisabeth, NJ. 07207 bedroom. $200 a month, plus $100d.po.lt.
((904)) 10/160tpd. 12/4 Call 4963253. tfn/chg. 10/30
SMALL TWO BEDROOM HOUSE
nearmiddle ",
TEXAS REFINERY CORP. needs mature
3&8S&S&SA school $170 a month Call
New FurnitureAir person In Union County area
964-8602 after 6 P.M. tfn
Regardless of experience, write: A.B.
TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME In Lake
Hopkins Box 711, Fort Worth Tx.
Butler, also mobile homes
Condition 76101. Itchg. 1113REHABILITATION In other
River Economic Council Inc., announces the distribution of THERAPIST N. E. Fla. locations. Hale and Assoc Call
USDA commodities. You qualify to receive commodities if : 4963939. 11/13 4tchg. 12/4
you State' Hospital, located 30 miles west of
.Receive Food Stamps Must See to AppreciateAcross Jacksonville, has several openings In THREE BEDROOM 1 1/2 BATH MOBILE
Required: Letter Decision the Rehabilitation Department. This Is HOME in country. Furnished. $200 a
OR Receive AFDC professional work in planning conduc month plus $100 deposit. Coll

Required: Medicaid Card from ting and participating In a variety of 4311039. Itchg. 11/13
CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWNI! Nicely fur.
OR Receive SSI rehabilitation therapy In
programs a nished, all electric central and
'Required: MedicaidCard Starke Post Office mental health facility. heat
air, private paved road, laundry and
OR Meet the income guidelines below: Minimum qualifications include a
park playground. Near schools, hasp,
Income Eligibility Scale beginning July 1, 1986 thru June 30, 1987. bachelor's degree with a major In an state facilities PINES SR-121, east lakeButler.
HOUSEHOLD PER PER PER allied health field one of the
Call 4962366. Two childrenmax.
SIZE YEAR MONTH WEEK behavioral or rehabilitative sciences,
., and no pets, chg/tfn 11/13
1 $ 6,968 $ 581 $134 music therapy adaptive physical

.. 2 9,412 785 181 education, vocational education
REAL ESTATE
3 11,856 988 228 sociology, trades and arts education,
Industrial arts education leisure
'
4 14,300 1,192 275 110
5 16,744 1,396 322 studies (therapeutic recreation) or horticulture LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTYf .
therapy. If I don't have It, I'lilind it- Just
6 19,188 1,599 369 4 'a of r r Salary range Is $573,60 to $942.81 ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.
7 21,632 1,803 416
biweekly Excellent State benefits
496.2126 or 4962903. eves. "YOUR
8 24,076 2,007 463 Send State of Florida application to UNION COUNTY REALTOR. tIn

Each additional >**********+****.******+**:' Teresa Blackmon, Personnel, N.E. Fla. VILLAGE WOOD SUBDIVISION Lake City.
Family member + -$2,444 $204 $47 State Hospital, Macclenny Fl. 32063. Three bedrrom 2 bath plus extras _
Commodities must be picked up only at the sites designated on the It Classified Ads EOE/AA Employer Itchg. 11/13 1 1,800 .q. ft. many
card. You must present your current card to receive commodities. You or NURSES N.E. Fla. State Hospital located MUST SELL! TRIPLEWIDE Five bedroom 2
either of two designated alternates may pick up the commodities. Get Results jJ w 30 miles west of Jacksonville, has the bath.. Large pecan trees. Only 40000.
Certification Rpcel.tlfication or Replacement of a lost card will be doneat i i 2 Retail Spaces following openings In the Geriatric LAND WITH LARGE OAKS Hold acre and
the Outreach Center. None will be issued however, during distribution. Subscribe For Lease Department for RN's and LPN's. up. 10 percent down.
(Exception: out-lying areas will be recertificed during distribution due to Today// J: RN 2 openings evening shift ((3 P.M. to THREE BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME on
distance involved.) 1,250 S 11 1:40 P.M.) One shift
2,750 ((11
:************************** tq. ft. opening night wadded acre. Paved road Same owner
Special Note: Special days are set aside for the exclusive distributionsto Hwy 301 S. P.M. to 7:40: ( A.M.) financing 35000.

the elderly and handicapped. If you have trouble standing please bringa 964-8848 "" LPN 2 openings evening shift ((3 P.M. Call 752-8291, day, 755-1905 nights.
folding lawn chair so you can be more comfortable. I to 11:40: P.M.) I Itchg. 11/13

USDA s Emergency Food Assistance program is available to all eligible U.S.GOV'T ', This Is responsible specialized FOR SALE BY OWNER 40 acres, pasture,
recipients regardless of race color, national origin age sex or han- psychiatric nursing work providing trees, rolling hills, spring on property.
dicap REPO direct patient services In a mental Owner financing. Call 4962784. Will

Distribution sites and dates are as follows: health facility. divide Itchg. 11/13 i
LAWTEY Open Sat. 12-4 FILL DIRT Excellent State benefits Send resumeor If f

November 17, 1986 Recreation Center (Middleburg Rd.), 10 a.m.-2:00: State of Florida application to FOR SALE \
Rt. 100 Starke Teresa Blackmon Personnel N.E. Fla.

p.m. STARKE 3.3 miles E. of town $27.50 LOAD State Hospital. Macclenny Fl. 32063, or

November 13, 1986 Old RJE School Building 10:00: a.m.-4 p.m. $300 down Low closing contact Merriet Higgins, RN at GUNS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION Winchester
QUICK ((904)2596211) ext. 115. EOE/AA
SERVICE 94XTR 22 with 2x7
November 14, 1986. Old RJE School Building 9:00: a.m.-l ::30 p.m. 11/13 magnum
Employer. Itchg.
HAMPTON leupold scope, $375. Browning 22 auto
BASS COUNTRY REALTY LIVESTOCK HAULING LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER Female, single rifle, $225. Savage Fox model B 12
November 18, 1086 Hampton City Hall 10 am.200: p.m. unencumbered. Free and board
ANYTIME: ANYWHERE room gauge, 30 Inch barre II.. M/F, $275.
SPEEDVILLE 6982511After hrs. 698.1890 and salary Co11496.3700.4b4J3.3tch9-: ., Savage Faximodel, I B 20 gauge,,26 Inch .
November 20, 1986, Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, 10 a.m.-1:30: p.m. +****. 1l/13llchg ...:.......468-1455 >- JtiUlE' IO 1 batrelhj.'IC/M.: "$250. Remington
BROOKER in Lake Butler/ has the .follovvTr ,eroai'for 700ADL 270 3x9 compact leupold scope
November 19, 1986. Brooker City Hall, 10 am.l30: p.m. porary position available! a*construction can.Ira I bases x ring sling and 2 boxes
Please bring a box or bag to put your commodities in. project: Vocational Instruc cartridges, never fired, $500. Call

1 KANE CYCLE tor/Masonry $7.45 Per hour. If Interested 496.2001 11/6 2tpd. 1113CLOTHESSIZE

REPAIR contact the M.C. Personnel 14 TO 44 Some never
---- --------- Office by phone ((904)) 496.2222 or come worn. Call 496-2317. Itpd. 11/13

US 301 N e 964.5805 by In person Equal opportunity 19-INCH RCA COLOR TV Less than 1

Open Tint..!W.d.1 Thur t-6,rl,t Sat S., HELP employer. 11/13 Itchg year-old. $250. Call 496-3004. tfnnchg.
MIDDLE-AGED COUPLE to work In motel 11/13
Starke Ads Cont. WANTED 'and live In. No pets 3 '/ miles north of 1984-CROP SHELLED PECANS Call

... Starke on ;301.964-7184. 10/2 tfnchg 4963363. 11/132tchg. 11/20

'' Early morning paper route LONG SUGAR CANE large or small
---- -- NOTICE
amount. Charlton Mobley-Macclenny, 1
SCHOOLSSEMI FOR RENT available In Lake Butler area. Fl. Call 2593372. Itpd. 11/13

Must have reliable transportation CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted

DRIVER TRAINING Earn Big Bucks- ONE AVAILABLE BEDROOM for as little APARTMENTS as $50 per td( telephone and be ableto to the Union County Times office BOATS
In and
Drive Big Trucks! D.O.T. Certification. week or $200 per month which In. post a cash bond deposit. unless credit writing,Is already paid In establishedwith advance

Local and National Job Placement cludes all utilities and no deposits. Call Call 964-7834 ((8 am to 4:30 this office 15' GLASTRON TRI HULL BOAT 70 HP
Assistance Correspondence/Resident 964-5139 or 964.8173 or drop by 314 N. THE TIMES STAFF Johnson plus minnkota trolling motor.
Training. Eligible Institution for Financial Temple Avenue apartment number six, Parts Repairs pm Mon.-Fri.) or come by office RESPONSIBLE FOR CANNOT MISTAKES BE HELD IN New hunter drive on trailer, 2000..

Aid. Guaranteed Student Loans. next to the Tenneco Station downtown Discount Price for at 1605 N. Temple! Ave. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Call 4963253. tfn/chg. 1030HOMES
Call 1 ((800)) 282 8165 UNITED TRUCK Starke. 11/6 tfnchg THE TELEPHONE.

MASTER Resident Training: Tampa FL ONE BEDROOM HOUSE with garage and ,' Tires & Batteries Classified deadline Is TUESDAY

Icon 86 373 small yard in downtown Starke. $150 NOON prior to Thursday publication.

per month no deposit required. Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50, GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U
964.5139 or 964.8173. 11/6 2tchg 11/13 then 15 cents for each word thereafterMOTORCYCLES .
repair) Delinquent tax property
MOBILE HOMES APT.i 1 BR, close-In. Walled children patio, furnished David Lawson Paint & Body Shop Repossessions. Call 1(805)687-6000.( )

or unfurnished and Ext. GH-1136, for current repo list
FOR SALE elderly welcome I Call 964-8601( before Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates 9/25 Btpd. 11/13

9.30 a.m. 11/13) tfn TWO BEDROOM ONE BATH frame
MOBILE HOME on shady lot. 1 Br.. 2 Ba.. 1985 HONDA THREE-WHEELER ATC250SX
CR 229 NW 28th St. house on approx. 3 acres.SR18..
1984 DESTINY MH with 1
fireplace. Coll 964-5883 day or 468.1777 night. > 9646133T'N Bought new In summer 1985 for $1750. Owner financed. Hale and Aux
Bedroom' and more. Take over 11 /13 Itchg Sacrifice, at $800. Shaft driven electric
4963939. 11/134Ichg. 12/4
payments. Call 7823358 after 6 p.m. 2 BR UNFURNISHED upstairs apt. No start reverse gear. Call 4963004.
THREE BEDROOM 2 BATH NEW HOME
.. ,
3'2( TF
-- 11/13
tfn/chg.
children 833'/i Madison St
pets no ft. 2 In Providencearea.
1,600
NEW & USED MOBILE HOMES, Call Roy 964 8404. 11/13 4tchg 12/4 1985 YAMAHA IT200N Bought new In.umm.r sq. on acres
Wells al ASW Mobile Homes 964 6407or ( 2 BEDROOM TRAILER with possibility to ,ii 'R' APTS. 1985 for $1850. Sacrifice at Highway frontage Call 4963026. .

964 6 DOUBLEWIDE 3 BR 2 BA for sale. 1 Itpd O OF STARKE r.. -- U__ .'

Payments about $225. No down payment SMALL TRAILER within city limits, 1 or 2 FOR SALE i:
1640BS. Walnut (Hwy. 301 5))
free delivery & set-up Just good Brand New
adults No please. 9648484.
only.
credit needed. Doublewide Home 11/13 tfnchg pets P O. Box 861 Fill Dirt Top Soil Tractor Work ii
Center Lawtey. FL 782.3333 11 '6 964 8447 1,2. & 3 Bedroom Units ,
2 BR MOBILE HOME new carpet, on Gnf-
tfnchg fis Loop, private lot. 468-2374 alter 6p.m. Backhoo, Bulldozer :'
MOBILE HOME FOR SALE: 12 x 52. 2 BR. 1 11/13 1 Itchg NEW 1.800 SQ. FT. HOME Beginning As Low As '
BA 2 '/. ton Carrier central air unit 7/WfN 964-6182 -964-5823. i'
2 BR, living kitchenette 8 bath. .
refrigerator and electric stove included room CHI A. 2 SR, 1 BA, 13 acres $195 ,

Clean and in good condItion. $3500 Elec S water furnished. $205 Includes extra 1,000 sq. ft house In = T Call r
FIRM. Call 964.7572 or 964 5450. 11 '13 garbage plck-up. No pets or children. >***i***********#******.***iMe#***W the Lawtey area.
964.5033 or 4681338. 11/13 Itpd country. .. '
3tchg 11/27 RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month LAKE MARGO 75 ft., on w.w_ 182 3531 1 CYPRESS MULCH : I
1981 DESTINY DOUBLEWIDE: 3 BR. 2 BA FHATHE I
and up. Call Susan F, Faulkner, Brok.r.Own.r 1 1
CHS A, Ceiling fan d/w weekdays. fishing lake, 12 X 60 MH. .
at 964.5069 or 964-4048 TF and
904 786 6383 weekends 904.485.1217. for $25,800$5.800 down, bal. 15 r
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES rent. On
11/13 l Itehg Highway 16 W Close to prison yrs. at 12% $240 per month.A i PINE BARK f fI
1980 14 x 60( CHSA. 2 BR 2 BA,, $8500 964.7530
or 468.1323.10/10 Tfchg
GREAT BUY9 acres,

nego. Must sell. 964.4960. 11/13Itchg FURNISHED homes Inside efficiencies city, weekly and& monthly.mobile beautiful 3 BR, 1BA home, CAMBRIDGEDIET' I You pick-up or We Deliver ... .- f

FOR RENTLOG JO LU Motel & MH Park 964.8810.65TF seperate work shop & car

port, fenced 2 septic tanks, 2 on Delivery : f

3 BR BRICK COTTAGE Klngsley Lake. wells 12 65 mobile home Cypress '
SPLITTER for rent. By week or day. Call x Lumber : :
Long Pier AC 964.6491.9/25 TFN
964 4464 11/13 Itpd Included. 400ft. Hwy 100 fron if you're serious about '
RENTALS AVAILABLE 4/1 MH $275; 2/1
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK !
Mobile Homes and for rent. Apt. $200; 2-2/1 opts $295 Includes tage. $67,500.INVESTORS d ,964-6649 .. .. _._ I
Recreational vehicles spaces welcome. Phone. utll.! ; 2.1/1 apts. -$/65; 2effec.)40$50 SPECIAL5.4 losing weight ........; ........................................... I

964 7498, 9/16 tfn elect hook-up; Tiffin & acres, 468 ft Hwy 301- and looking your best ::-

NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 Owens, Property Managers, 9645065. $35,000 $10,000 down .. ,

BA apt. For more information call Lake 2 11/6 OR 3 Itchg BR MH outside city limits. child. balance 10 yrs. at 10%. .. you've just run f Fred Stafford I i iELECTRICJL.CONTRACTOR'

Butler Housing.Apts. 496.3141.6/7 tfnchg Equal Opportunity no 11/13 Inside 2tpd pets.11/20 964.7619 or 964.8614. 10 ACRES In StrawberryAcres out of excuses!ICALL i

ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel $8 2 BR MH, furnished $190 per month $30,000. Residential Commercial
per night. From $35'p.r we.k. Discount. $150 deposit. No children or pets. Call 9 ACRES BR, 1 BA block .

offered for longer term. Apply In person 468-1323 leave message. 10/30lfnchg house with owner financing. 4 e* Bradford County :
Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. acrossfrom ONE BEDROOM FURNISHED APT. Clean !
67000. MOBILE HOME .
Poet' Office, TF : SPECIAL
N.
quiet adults only. 830: T.mpl. Ave.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT Newly 14.5 ACRES-High & dry. '
964.4296.10/30 3tad 11/13 i I
furnished. Laundry v4 20GAMP-Servitefipole! ;; & i
decorated, everything SMALL HOUSE IN COUNTRY for married 2.5 ACRES in Hollister (Owner

available.facilities Will included.accept one Video child room no couple. For Information Call 964.8602 financing), $6,900. ,,JJookup\ $375.00 f

N. T.mpl. after 6 p.m. JM 2 LOTS Lake Hampton Oaks. Jf levrcgqstruction-rewiring. ,
pelt Palms Apts., 2313 2 BR HOUSE IN LAKE BUTLER across from -
Av., Starke 32091. 5/1 TF Middle School. For Information call Frontage on 301. $10,000 --- repairs: ;
FURNISHED 2 BR house In Crystal' lake 'f
964.8602 after 6 p.m. JM each (terms). ; "
Estates. Now taking applications. Coll FURNISHED APT. 1 BR, large living room.kilch.n.lI. 1 ACRE on Hwy. 16. Well. 4 a A9485.1952: ;
964 5734 after 4 p.m. 10/30 Itpd 11/6 & bath. & water furnished. .
Lights kept 3 BR, 1 '/ BA DW with ::1- /
tfnchg
$155 Includes garbage pickup.No ,: ..:. .. 464.8830
1 BR. APT. FOR RENT. $175 per month pets or children 964-5033 or additions{; paved drive, : 4682892YOUR ...( 24 hr; '
,.
plus $100 deposit. No pets. 403 N. 468.1338.11/13 Itpd
Walnut- 9645276.. 11/13 Itchg 2 BR HOUSE clean with kitchen applicances FRED SACKETT Broker INDEPENDENT *.normal site & conditions !

FURNISHttr\BR TRAILER "-cr.;., np $250 month plus $100 cleanIng JOHN CURLES Associate .CAMBRIDGE COUNSElOR'" .. -. -

pets, no children. 964 5739 or 9644468. & damage deposit. Call 9647625.
11/6 2tpd 1113 11/13 Itpd



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Tax Reform Changes the Ground Mules for Bussinessmen "


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deduct later on.CHARITABLE. property in service before the end of benefit by doing so before the end of tain tighter nondescrlminations or customer. By doing so, you'll at
Cont. from last week CONTRIBU- the tax year, you could obtain the 1986 in light of the changes made in rules). least be able to deduct 80 percent of
.. TIONS: benefit of the faster write-off. the distribution rules that generally Haandling deductible interest the cost of the meal.
Tax Reform... Tax Tip: Consider accelerating However,care should be taken since begin in 1987.Beyond under the new rules: Tax Tip: In- Timing equipment purchases.
Tax reform has certainly changedthe these by doing so, the taxpayerwould the minimum tax could apply. terest is deductible on first and se- Equipment placed in service lunder
ground rules. be offsetting highly taxed '88 TIGHTENED RULES ON 1986... cond mortgages, home equity loans the new rules are
!n their drawing up a final law,the income as compared to the lower BUSINESS CAR WRITEOFFSTHE Planning opportunities go beyondthis and any other debt that's secured by in service on July 1, regardless of
members of congress had to make taxes applying In 1987. Remembertoo MAXIMUM DEDUCTIONFOR year. In fact, the new rules In- your residence This is true as longas when bought during the year. But
some compromises. As a result,certain the charitable contribution for BUSINESS USE OF AN AUTO crease the importance of planning. the total debt does not exceed there's where some proper planningcan
benefits were limited rather nonitemlzers ends with 1986. IS REDUCED. FOR EXAMPLE.THE Consider some of these points: your home's purchase price plus im avoid a tax trap.If .
than being totally eliminated.This ANOTHER POINT: If you donate, MAXIMUM FIRST YEAR Income-shifting to children has been provements. An exception applies if too much equipment is placed In
could mean that some innovative before the end of the year, appreciated WRITE-OFF GOES FROM $3,200TO tightened by taxing children under the debt is incurred for educationalor service during the last three monthsof
planning is in order. property that would have $2,560. age 14 at the parent's top rate. TAX medical purposes. This points to the year you lose the July 1
On the other hand, in seeking to been long-term if sold,you gain a tax Tax Tip: If you have any plans to TIP: Consider giving your child U.S. the need of having kept all records of placed-in-service date. It means a
keep Tax Reform "revenue advantage on your '86 return. One buy a car for business use, consider Savings Bonds that mature beyondage home improvements from the timeof mid-quarter convention. Too much
neutral/'some strigent new rules solid reason is that donating this doing so before the end of 1986. 14. were implemented. A tough new kind of property after '86 resultsin a RESULT: You are assured of the deferred until the bonds are turned Handling the tougher meal deduction ed in that last quarter can't be more
minimum tax is one result to this. tax preference item subject to the write-off of the car's cost under the rules: Tax Tip: Be sure than 40 percent of the equipment'scost
Careful planning will be requiredin alternative minimum tax. more liberal depreciation rules. in.Making nondeductible IRA con- business is discussed when pickingup placed in service during the
using certain preferences to cut CONSUMER DEBT INTEREST Remember, don't let the businessuse tributions: Tax Tip: Consider IRA the tab for dining, out with a client year. S
taxes that could result in a minimum NOT FULLY DEDUCTIBLE drop to 50 percent, or less. contributions that will appreciate on 'I!'t.... -- -
tax.Information AFTER 1986: CAPITAL GAINS FOR IN- a tax-deferred basis. It could be an
contained in this arti- Tax Tip: Try to maximize your DIVIDUALS: effective way to shelter an expected Be Wise.: ,
cle was furnished by Davis Monk deduction by paying as much of the Tax Tip: Consider selling property increase in the value of securites.
Farnsworth and Co., local dertifiedPublic interest you incur on consumer loans that results in long-term capital Contribute to 401k) plans: Tax Shop
Accountants. Look for more (like) on credit cards). Consider con- gain. This way you obtain the benefitof Tip: Despite the reduced ceiling on 'Seagram's
information on TRA '86 in future solidating consumer debt by using a the long-term capital gain deduce the amount an employee can defer P>;ica;.WISE
issues of the Telegraph.The home-equity loan. The interest on tion before its repeal after 1986. ($7,000 cap) under the 401k) plan, ,
this type of loan remains deductibleeven ANOTHER POSSIBLILTY: the employer contributions to this I
passage of tax reform makes after 1986 although it's limited. Postponing tax on a short-term plan are unaffected (except for cer- ,
year-end planning more imnportantthan WATCH THIS: If you pay interestin capital gain occurring in 1986 to 1987.
ever. It is absolutley essential advance for a Iperiod that goes This could be done with a "put" op ,I
that you begin planning now. beyond the end cf the tax year, you tion. Another way is using a "short ,
A number of key items will be must spread the interest over the tax sale against the box" in 1986 that is 4th Annual D wn 1V0 I
eliminated or modified generally by years to which it applies. You can Closed in 1987.REDUCED. Home Country Schenley : I
the end of 1936.Consider deduct in each year only the interestfor DEFERRAL FOR
the following: that year.CORPORATE. 40KK) PLANS: Christmas Craft SaleIn Gin Ancient. ;
INDIVIDUAL RATE REDUC- RATE CHANGES: Tax Tip: Take maximum advan- 90 Age
TIONS. Tax Tip: If possible, income tage of your 40lk( ) plan before Providence
Tax Tip: Taxes might be saved by should be postponed into the next year's end, before the ceiling goes Fri. & Sat., Nov. ,14 & 15 150 R
shifting income into 1987 and into effect. stop un
pulling
year when lower rates apply. 9 a.m. to 6 UR
p.m.
LT R
deductions into 1986. RESTRICTIONS ON IRA DEDUC
Tax Tip: Since the top capital gain For More InformationCall 875 .
REPEAL, OF ITEMIZED rate increases after 1986. corpora- TIONS: 4., ?
DEDUCTIONS FOR STATE AND tions ought to consider whether to Tax Tip: If you stand to lose the 755-4217 or 755-6577 : u rf 755
LOCAL SALES TAXES: sell Sec. 1231 property before year's IRA deductibility after 1986, try to Follow red & white signs i
Tax Tip: Try to accelerate any take the maximum use of your IRA from SR 100 In Lake Butler
"big ticket" purchases ()like a car) end.CHANGES IN RECOVERYN for 1986.This means contributing the :.
so that they're made in 1986. PERIODS OF REAL PROPERTY: full amount yoiu've allowed (up to
INCREASED FLOOR ON Tax Tip: If you're planning to buy $2,000 for yourself and another$2,000if
MEDICAL EXPENSE DEDUCTION rental real property, consider doingso your spouse works). ,m
: before the end of 1986. TIllS you have until April 15, Remember'l
Tax Tip: The rise of the floor to 7.5 YEAR: 19-year ACRS recovery the contribution to be Canadian : Ten""
percent (from 5 percent) starting in period. NEXT YEAR: 27.5 or 31.5 deduction on your '86 return. Old
1987 will make it more difficult to ob- year period. Naturally, the earlier you con- Lord"( Smuggler
tain the deduction in the succeedingyear FASTER WRITE-OFFS FOR tribute, the sooner your accounts Calvert High '
and beyond. When you pay a PROPERTY PLACED IN SER- begin accumulating tax-deferred
medical bill could mean the difference VICE IN '86: earnings. UR
between obtaining a medical Tax Tip: We've already noted the NEW RULES ON DISTRIBUTIONS Out Patient LTR
expense deduction or losing it. Any differences between the real property FROM RETIRTEMENTPLANS LTR taco
medical expense that you can con- recovery periods this year and : Services wru, 6 99 TEN 836
trol, like the costs for elective next. These kinds of changes applyto Tax Tip: If you're thinking about 799 '' NIGH SSG
surgery, should be incurred before other assets as well. So by placing_ retirement, consider jf you would Monday FridayBy
the end of 1986.MOVING i
EXPENSES BECOMEAN \.. .. Appointment
ITEMIZED DEDUCTION:
Tax Tip: If a move is planned,con- ftI \ '
sider the tax advantages of com- La-Z-Boy 301 Liquors & Lounge
pleting it before the year's end and Bradford Hospital

dealing with the expenses in 1986. 922 East Call Street 1 !Mile North; of Staikc! on Hwy. 301
This way yuou obtain the benfefits of
I II
taking a deduction for adjusted 1 1 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK -
income. 984-6000
gross MISCELLANEIOUS DEDUC- s PACIAE: ; STORK & LOUNGE If" 6t

TIONS DEDUCTIBLE ONLY
ABOVE 2 PERCENT OF AD- ..
JUSTED GROSS INCOME:
DENMARK I
Tax Tip: Accelerate as many of LaZBoy9S45I26J
the costs into 1986 as posible, sincethesecqstij"$111
; ,J J;> 'Jnore difficult\ to,. I ,.
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t M-ri:00-:30: : Sat., 1:00-1:00: i
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PAC E
); Flu Vaccine OfferedAt t

Health DepartmentThe BILL'S CB RADIO & ELECTRONICS101B t
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Bradford County Health Dept. Edwards Road StarkeHunters' .1'T
; now has additional Standard
trivalent flu vaccine and also the Special Thurs., Fri., sat. Only

Taiwan monovalent flu vaccine. SUPERSTAR 120
These two"flu shots"will be offeredto
those persons considered high risk AM & FM 120 CHANNEL CENTERUPS
due to a chronic illness such as .
diabetes, heart disease, emphysemaand $139.9
other related lung disease. Theyare
also recommended for those persons OTHER RADIOS ON SALE 3 DAYS ONLY
65 years of age or older. Thereis
a charge of$5 for each "flu shot".
Persons who have a sensitivity to HURRY! 964-6897 HURRY*
eggs should NOT be given this in-
fluenza vaccine. Also persons with -
fever and cold symptoms should
wait until these symptoms disap- Top Quality Low Prices at FPC
pear before receiving the vaccine.
These two vaccines will be givenat
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.:) which was received im relatives living in the state. I was and purple. I saw one tree that could me on the benefits on unionism and t
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mediately upon our return. The surprised several times to hear only be described as pink. The corn socialism. There were no converts "
amount billed was reduced to$18.66 them say "I know where Starke is; fields are ready for the pickers to as result of that conversation. I
__ ___ In American funds. Not bad, at all.I I've been through there, or I've gather the bountiful harvest. The would!like the country much better if
spent the night there."Small world. people are friendly and helpful, the government were smaller, and
talked with a number of Cana Canada is a delightful place to although some the French in Quebec were less involved in peoples! lives.
dians,most of whom would ask from visit, especially in September, after claim not to understand English. I
where we came. When we replied the crush of tourist have gone. The suspect they understand more than Upon reaching the Florida !line,
"Florida," without exception the weather is great, with just a hint of they let you know I met one neo- my wife said it well with the remark,
Canadian would express a desire to the cold to come. The leaves of socialist, who game me a rundownon "The only thing better than crossing : '
either visit Florida, or that he had maple trees are beginning to turn everything that is wrong with the the Florida line was to cross back in-
been there. Some said they had color. In their browns reds, yellows United States, and attempted to sell to the United States."We all agreed./! .


r. Traffic Court Finals for Nov. 4 '", ;

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The following individuals appeared Bonita W. Lewis pled guilty John H. Dowling pled guilty Ulbert: \;. Salmon pled no contest >
before Judge George Pierce NVDL; pay $50 court costs. DWLS: fined $101.25.Misdemeanor DWLS; sentenced to ten days in jail "
0' I 1 t i in Bradford County Traffic Court Nathaniel Carter, Jr. pled guilty (weekends), fined $101.25. ''.
: Nov. 4 and received final disposition. NVDL; must produce valid license Court John David Sumner pled guilty
,... 1 and pay $10 or pay $50 court costs. Martin George Smith pled guilty trespass; placed on 60 days court :/,
.. Edward K. Loeffler pled guilty no Angela Montgomery pled guilty retail theft; sentenced to time serv- probation, pay $50 court costs, A;
valid driver !license (NVDL); produced violation of driver license restrictions ed (34 days). violate no laws, stay away from "j.
Sandra Lee valid license was ordered to ; produced valid license, must Ronald Lloyd Byers pled guilty David Browning.
pay $19 court costs. pay $:I costs. disorderly conduct; sentenced to 11 Sylvester Lott pled no contest bat i
Store Victor M. Massey ped) guilty no Patricia A. Smith pled guilty days in jail.William tery; court probation 60 days, pay
Eyeglass Exchanges Hands... tag; ordered to pay$50 court costs. NVDL; must produce valid license Clarence Loper pled guil- $50 court costs.
Hosea McKinnon, Jr:: pled guilty and pay $50 court costs or pay ty to DUI; fined $362, license William J.Jack Grace pled no con-
Sandra Lee is the new owner of the EYEGLASS STORE,phone number driving while license suspended $101.25. suspended six months;Salvation Ar- test possession of cannabis; 30 days
964-8588, located at 103 Edwards Road across the street from the Com- (DWLS); fined$101.25. 1( Glenneth W. Carter pled guilty my supervision,50 hours communitywork court probation, pay $50. 1
munity State Bank in Starke. Ms. Lee is a Board-Certified Optician, Tommy L. Covington pled guiltyno DWLS; ordered to pay $30 court attend DWI school. Mark C. Davis pled no contest
meaning she is qualified to fit soft contact lenses in addition to dispensing motorcycle license; ordered to costs. Franklin E. Godwin pled guilty grand theft; restitution made, 60
eyeglasses. The soft contact lenses she will have available will include $19 court costs. Francis E.Converse pled guilty no DWI; fined $625, license suspended, days probation, pay$50.
both clear and tinted as well as toric (to correct astigmatism). pay Robert E. Powell pled guilty driv- tag; produced valid tag, must pay attend DWI school, complete 50 Davis pled no contest grand theft; ..
A complete line of eyeglass frames in in stock ranging from high ing under influence (DUI>; fined $30 court costs.Christopher hours community work under Salva- restitution made, case dismissed.
( : fashion to basic inexpensive glasses. The range of styles and types is $362, license suspended six months, J. Wynn pled guilty tion Army supervision. Robert James Dunne pled no con .
." i I designed to meet the needs of everyone whether high style or inexpensive attend DUI school, 50 hours com- DWLS; fined $101.25. Godwin charged with NVDL; case test petit theft: restitution made, 60 ;
i eyewear is desired. The aim is to give the best value and quality at the munity work, six months Salvation Thomas E. Aaron pled guilty dismissed. days court probation, pay $50. rt.
:< lowest possible cost. An optometrist, Dr. Hugh Jones, is available on the Army probation. DWLS; must produce valid license Roosevelt Wims pled no contest Donald James Marshall pled no
premises for eye examinations, however your present prescription Helen V. Lee pled no contest and pay $50.Walter DWLS; fined$101.25. contest petit theft; resitution made, 1 .
: ., glasses can be duplicated as a second pair or for sunglasses. If you have unauthorized person drive; orderedto J. Padelford pled guitly Wims pled no contest to a second 60 days court probation, pay $50
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J", glasses already made.had your eyes examined you can come in and have your new pay $50. Improper the< fined $101 25 charge DWLS; fined$101.25. court costs. :

When time is important, it is possible to have glasses finished in three ,,....
4'1 hours. This includes bifocals and trifocals well as single-vision lenses. I'
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:\ Stop by today and get acquainted with Ms. Lee and see how she and her t i JI
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