Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04444
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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 20, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04444
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: UJ.iJ" nol UJ ,I Officials Meet


To DiscussGrowth


"B" Books and T-shirts are still

.available and on sale by writing to:
BHS Alumni Association, 581 NT:
Temple Ave., Starke FL, 32091.'
B-Books are $5, alumni1 member PlansBy
ship is $5, and T-Shirts (be sure to
state size) are $7. '

Buster Rahn ,tional opportunities when locating a

r Lodge.Meets... BCT Staff Writer plant or other facility, Johns said.

> BradforcfLodge No. 35 F.&A.M. An air-clearing session and .& We want good, clean industries,
search for common objectives In the with 25-35 employees. We can't supply -
'/1 c will meet Friday, Nov. 21, with a
drive to for 500 jobs. I'm committed -
covered dish at 6 bring industry new jobsto manpower
i' supper p.m. 100 to it but I don't
l, (meat provided) All Past Mastersof Bradford County brought city officials percent ,
have time to out and hunt in-
and the Bradford County go
the Lodge will\ be honored. "
'dustries Johns said.
At 7:30: the Lodge will be opened Economic Development Corp. ,
: (BCEDC) together for a steak din Johns concluded his remarks by
the Master Mason's :
Degreewill : ,
be conferred. 4 v ner'last Thursday, Oct.: 13, at'the'Econo telling the council the purpose of the
Lodge. '. meeting was to solicit. $45,000 from

At the end of the 3.hour'sesslon,. the city.
'4 C of C Seminar... BCEDC President J.E. Tomlinson
said the meeting's purpose had been Tomlinson,, again stated his concern
,t "In Search of Excellence" is the accomplished. for a co-operativespirit, rather

of the November Chamber City clerk Neil Tucker" and city attorney than a pledge of financial help at this
Seminar/Luncheon set at noon today Terence Brown attended the time

'I'topic(Thursday, Nov. 20)) at the meeting, in addition to thq five coun
Western Steer Steakhouse. cil members, Mayor Vernon Silcox; Mullins Remarks..

r.' Speaker is Med Connelly. The .Charles Schaefer Travis Woods: Mark Mullins, owner of Crosley
i public is invited. Jimmy Crosby and Bobby Biggs. Trailer Mfg. Co., said every community -

BCEDC President J.E.Tomlinson has similar programs,
1k Report Cards... 4.1 ; welcomed the guests and stated that and..."we simply cannot have any

t Report cards for the second six- everyone invited was in attendance. flaws showing. We must have ourducks

ir-.. weeks grading period go home with Other than Tomlmson, BCEDC in a, row before industries"
students Tuesday, Nov. 25. t members present were V.-Pres. come. Dissension will kill us, said
.' The report cards issued by Bradford Mark Mullins, Sec./Tres. Richard Mullins.

High School have the official Welty, Jerome Johns John Miller
school seal imprinted on it. Parentsare Tops in Academics in Tornado Land.., and exofficio member, Jack Council Responds...
advised to be alert for Eckdahl, representing the Chamberof Councilman Jimmy Crosby told
Onh fie of nubu' 1lIctIil.ki l : Becker lit hot tum and Da' hi\ Tlioipr,
1.070 Millions; tit HI'illlll/'CII1 I li c.muMl. ; had
counterfeit report cards, school officials Commerce. BCEDC that he a problem with
t.lrnlKht-VHllii' ril'ht -ucck''i'Iu' ,' mid SU-\('II Tlirontun in hI'l'fIIUII'II\\l .
say.Chamber. } art- (I. ): YtiMinr Haled'I'horpc Pres. Tomlinson said the meetingwas industries that did not pay enough to

being held to encourage discussion cover impact fees.
of BCEDC and help This comment prompted Councilman -
Mixer... everyonesee
"eye to eye" on goals of the Charles Schaefer to say "I
A tour of the new Bradford 5 .Earn Straight A's at DDS group. Tomlinson said money is im- don't like secrecy." One local firm
)" Hospital set at the Chamber Mixer ortant and would be discussed later"" ,was "given" the impact foe, and the

set J9-7ao( :: p.m. aUhe hospital. .,.. ... ....- ..,' ..uh'.<,' :.,). .." "'' .'...-, '" x.; '-w. ."'.N.' P.: ... .. ... ..... .... ... ... .. ..','".. ... .?\-;'_ hLr+4..tl'.SMr' 4- tyenipg but morejmjpprtant., city( council was not taken into the
Tuesday, Nov. 23. 19 I heopportunily 'for-everyone pre. "**'c\>Mid nce! of the'gi' np'wmktng the '

Five Bradford High students earn Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thornton of Palin, Lots Sapp, Donald Ray sent to"have his say," and clear the deal, according to Schaefer.
FSU Boosters... ed straight-A's for the first six- Starke. Sparks, Angel Spell, Joy Vellenga, air. Schaefer cited the EnterpriseZone
weeks grading period which ended Jennifer Woods. as a project the council is sponsoring -
j All Seminole supporters are invited Oct. 7, less than one-half of one per- A-B Honor Roll... The BCEDC... evidence that the council is

to "gear up" for the Gator cent of the 1,070 member student Sophomores..Patricia Bath, The Bradford County Economic on record as willing to cooperate.
game by attending next week's The 119 students on the A-B honor
Shawna Blom Antoinette Mullins responded by saying
body. Bonafede
rolle Development Corp. is a free
Bmdlord-Umon Booster meeting. are, by grade:
Another 119 students, or 11.1 per Julie Ferguson, Kemberly Fillyaw, standing agency, created to fill a "Everyone should understand, up
Due to Thanksgiving, meetingis cent of the student body, earned allA's Seniors..David Barnes Lisa Alisha Gruen, Karne Hodges, James need in attracting industry to Brad- front. He went on to say that com

the set WPXE Tuesday Radio, Nov.Station.25, at 7 pm. in and B's for a place on the A-B Blalock, Shilynn Chaff, Denna, Cox, Kendrick, Tonya Klein, Kimberly ford county. While two organizationsare panies are paranoid about secrecy,
honor roll. Lee, Jimmy Long, Wanda Mueller, and the group should explore
in related the
Darrell Cruce, Theresa Dunne, working areas,
Hod Meadows, host of radio's
Suzanne Elizabeth Nail, Sandra Norman, Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com secrecy very carefully. Mullins used
"Collelt'o'ootball"( \ and "Florida The straight-A students are: Dyal, Christopher Farmer,
Report" is the guest speaker. A Junicr brothers David and Robert Carrie Foster, Kimberly Gowens, Kristen Pfenniger, Elizabeth merce and the Bradford County the example of IBM s moving into
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barbara Green Bradford Rowell, Carrie Shaw, Holly Shields, there Gainesville a few years ago, and the
roast beef dinner will be served at Thorpe, sons Green, Development Authority, existed -
$3: .50 plate.Gator Thorpe of Starke. David is enrolledin Sherri I Harrell, Eric Lane, Donna Barbara Smith, Sarah Smith, Noy a need for an organization the resulting turmoil.
per psychology, clothing & textiles, Langley, Carl Massey, Melissa Srivibul, Tammy Tatum, Denise only goal of which is a more focused Schaefer" said "We lost $70,000 on

QB Club... trigonometry, honors English 11, Miller, Phillip Moore, Sue Nettles, Waddell, Tina Willingham, Shanron approach to bringing in jobs. that deal.
chemistry I, Spanish II, and physics. Kimberly Norman, Audrey Pierce, Young. Although members of the Chamberof Johns said "We didn't" have profes-
The Gator QB Club of Starke will Robert enrolled in French I, Barbara Annette Rowe, Shaun Commerce are prominent in its sional help, before.

meet tonight (ThursdaY Nov. 20) Spanish III, trigonometry Schmidt, Maxine Ann Starling, Mitchell Freshmen..Robert organization, the Chamber is not The discussion continued for
at the Starke Golf and psychology chemistry I honors Bishop, several minutes along the line of
Country Starling, Nathan Starling, Thomas Bradford considered to be its parent group,
June Cole
Club, a week early due to the English 11, and physics. Maria Thomas, Tammy Thomason, Michelle Crabtree ,Chad Crafton, said Tomlinson. The corporationwas give and take between the council ,
Thanksgiving holiday. Sophomore Michelle Becker, Ruth Underwood, Tommy Williams, formed when the Chamber of and BCEDC members. 4
Norma James Duncan
There will oe no bus going to the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Gary Wise, Hal Wood.Juniors..Bernado. Douglas, Commerce established the Targeted
UF-FSU game Nov. 29. Becker of Lawtey. Miss Becker is David Dunlap, Karen Estevez, Industries Committee, appointed by Mayor Speaks..,

Speaker for tonight's Gator QB enrolled in geometry, algebra II, advanced Baez, Allison Farnsworth, Aimee Chamber president Richard Welty, Mayor Silcox, who had not joinedin
Club meeting will be Bo Bayer, world history, band II, Michael Barber, Jason Brown, Jen- Ferguson, Stephanie Gainey, Kim in 1985. The Targeted Industries the discussion thus far, said "It
recruiting coordinator for UF honors biology I, honors English 10, nifer Brown, Jody Brown, Pamela Hampton, Melissa Hislop, Kimberly Committee had three goals, namely:: looks to me like the leg work has
6:30: p.m. social, 7 p.m. meeting. and Spanish II.Sophomore. Carter, James Carver, Michael Johnson, Stacy Jones, David"Chris" To provide a first class developmentcadre been done...remarkable...looks goodto
The Galen Hall banquet is set for Yvonne Bobo, Elder, Todd Gillenwaters, Minday Kirkland, Kevin Krack, to retain the services of a pro- me. I wouldn't have believed it, a
March 20 by the Gator QB Club. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lenwood Hersey, Eric Honeycutt, Alison Danile Moss, Dana Norman, Jason fessional in the field of recruitment, year ago." Silcox asked city clerk
Bobo of Starke. Miss Bobo is enrolled Ivey, Janet Kennedy, Richard Pilcher, Carl Richie, Michael Rippl- and to form the BCEDC to provide Neil Tucker to get figures on how

Upcoming.,. in geometry, student leadership, Kimutis. Stephanie Kopelousos, inger, Vince Robinson, Shana financing and liason. much of the city budget that
algebra II, psychology, honors Centrell Lee, Esther Martin Sherry Schmitt, Lori Sellers, Mark Shuford, BCEDC is toward businessmen underwrite An
working having
The Zoning Board of Starke is French II and American Mattox Lisa Franklin Starling, James Starling,
English 10, Mosley, Carrie Lynn separate offices in the chamber estimate of 60-70 percent of taxes
set to meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, history. Musson, Eric Nazworth, Stephanie Misty Telken, Alyssa Wessels, to better its needs. comes from business, said Tucker.
Nov. 20, a week earlier than usual Freshman Steven Thornton, son of O'Steen, Merle Packham, Nicole Gregory Whitaker, Laymond Rupe. serve Silcox discussed the very

because of the Thanksgiving holi The Meeting... moderate utility rates enjoyed by

day.The regular meeting of the 2nd Nursing Home Proposed The city of Starke has accomplished needs consumers to be stressed in Starke.to prospective That fact

Bradford Zoning Board set for 7 a number of things in the past two industries, as well as current
p.m. Tuesday Nov. 25. years, said Tomlinson. He cited the residents. The city is contributing
-There will be a reading Santa Fe College project, in which $9,500 per year to the Chamber of
awareness for parents meeting City Agrees to Be Bond AgencyCity the entire town participated, lead by Commerce, and Silcox said $5,000 of

tonight (Thurs., Nov. 20) at Brad civic-minded individuals; the the amount could be switched to
ford Middle School at 7 p.m. Pur- Downtown Revitalization Project, BCEDC, with council approval.

pose of the meeting is to discuss commissioners gave approval am a native of Sanford, Fla., with a Mayor Vernon Silcox remarkedthat which will become more obvious Silcox cautioned the members of
, how to improve the quality of yourchild's for Starke to act an approving background in finance and working the plan sounded "good," but he within a matter of weeks; the Blue- BCEDC not to get too.involved In any
homework. The meeting will governmental agency for some with municipalities. My company would like to hear attorney Brown Chip Community! )program? and, the one project.
be informal and every effort will be $4 million in tax free revenue bonds has developed seven nursing home comment, prior to any discussion by enterprise zone; me grants, funded
made to tailor it to your child'sneeds for a new 120-bed() nursing home facilites, so far," Little told the council members. and soon-to-be-under way, and Views Continue...
Tuesday night, Nov. 18. council. grants to be applied for in the near Tomlinson suggested two things:
-A BMS dance Is scheduled for
Bob Little, owner of R.L. Little future. Tomlinson said Starke beganto 1)" The city should give some
r Friday night Nov. 21 from 7-10
experience a change in outlook "
and Associates in Public
headquartered thought to
7 p.m. It is open only to middle Nashville, Tenn. made the request.If Parade. about two years ago, and began to 2)"Everyone should understandthis
school students. Admission $2. .
work together in a spirit of
-The Gastric Bypass Associationwill everything falls into place, the is not a political organization,
hold its meeting the new facility will be built on Bradford The annual Christmas (I".trade Is set Dec. 13, beginning at 10 a.m., cooperativeness, not seen before. and represents a threat to no one."
monthly each Ave., across E. Call St. from Brad said spokeswoman Linda Patrick Tomlinson told the council the Councilman Travis Woods said
last in month. All In-
terested Tuesday invited ford County Hospital, on 10 acres of Starting point will be at the intersection of Thompson and Walnut BCEDC and they have a common "I'm real pleased. I've supported it
to at-
tend. The persons next meeting are will be land owned by realtor Cecelia Ter- streets, adjacent to Veteran's Memorial Park, where the artillery goal. The BCEDC has"decided to do all the way. I like the way of getting
"what we should do, not what we front."
willegar. is located. everything
Tues. Nov. 25 at in the piece up
7:30: ,
p.m. can afford. He said the has seta .
Western Steer Steak House The parade will move north on Walnut St., to Madison St; West on group
Time is Short... St. to Call S East Call goal of raising $300,000 in the next
restaurant. friend. Madison St., to Court St; North on Court ; on Talk.
Bring a ..
Bradford county zoning board Little addressed the council at its St. to Thompson St; North on Thompson St. to Jefferson St; West on three years, and have cash and Money
Jefferson St. to Clark St. which Is the ending point. The parade pledges in hand for $255,245 of thetotal Tomlinson said "let's talk about
will meet Tues.; Nov. 25, at 7 p.m., regular meeting, Nov. 18, saying "
The has broad He went to that
group a on say
in city hall.'Bradford. that laws permitting local governments route is approximately .7 miles in length. money
commissionerswill to underwrite industrial The 1986 parade theme is "Christmas in the Country," chosen in base of community support, as everyone wants to be part of the program
county evidenced by the list of contributors, and the city should look
Bradford County elementary student
hold regular meeting the first revenue bonds will sunset Dec. 31, competition among
classrooms. The theme submitted by Mrs. Iva Jean furnished to those present. Tomlinson any funds advanced as being an in
Monday in December (Mon., Dec. 1986 and the time frame is extremely winning was
tight, but can be accomplished' Harrell's fourth grade Southside Elementary classroom, which won closed by saying "let's put the vestment. Although the closing of
1)) at 9:30: a.m., in the courthouse.
'Issues on the table. He asked "Do the Rawson store cost the city
the award.
through the $25
of all
Lawtey city council will meet cooperation entities
you think we are on the right substantial sums, another grocery
involved. The Parade Committee of the Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com
Dec. 1 at in city
Monday p.m., "
hall.itegularly scheduled Little said Florida Convalescent merce, the sponsoring organization, Is Steve Denmark, Dwayne track? will come Into Starke, and the city
Bowen Linda Patrick Jimmy Epps, Steve Futch will be repaid many times over, for
meeting. Centers, Tallahassee, had appliedfor Hard, Jimmy Jerome"Johns....
Starke city council will meet and received a certificate of Shrine Club. The committee will contact Santa Claus, and any Investment it makes to the cur-

Tues. Dec. 2, at 7:30 p.m.* in city need to build a 120 bed nursing homein arrange for him to take part in the parade. Since there is only one Jerome Johns, president of the rent drive.
Bradford County, from the Santa, It would only confuse children to have anyone else dressed In Community State Bank of Starke Tomlinson told the councilmen
hall.The Bloodmobile is scheduled to Florida Department of Santa suits, taking part in the parade. said "we're on the right track." that he hoped they would give $5,000,
be at Hercules facility, off Edwards Rehabilitative Services. This is the Applications to enter floats, bands or other groups In the parade Johns went on to say the Santa Fe of the blue chip money to BCEDC

Road, from 7:30-9:30: : a.m., and at first step to be taken, and has been may be obtained from the Chamber of Commerce office, phone College project has been a trtmen- and further hoped they would double
Starke Uniform on SR-16, from accomplished, said Little. 9645278. Awards of $50, $35 and $15 will be made to the top three ./dous asset to the community, and an the amount to $10,000 a year, for
r 10:30: a.m. to 3:30: p.m. R.L. Little and Associates will winners. Entrants must be at the starting point at 9 a.m., and in aid in community growth. He said 3 three years.
-i The Board of Governer of the form a joint venture with Florida position at 9:30 a.m. for the 10 a.m. starting time. or persons in the office of Gator When it was mentioned that the city
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce Convalescent Centers of Tallahasseeto Sufficient adults must accompany each float or group to supervisethe Freight Lines, in which Johns Is a budget had been prepared for

is set to meet at 12:30: p.m. build and operate the facility, activity. Participants are advised to remove a float immediately major stockholder, are taking college some time now,Tomlinson told them
Thursday, Dec. 4, In the board which will employ approximately 60 from the parade, in case of a breakdown. courses in the Starke Branch of he hoped they would amend the
room at the Starke Center of SFCC. staff members, said Little."I Deadline for all entries is Friday, Dec. 5. Santa Fe Community College. Industries budget to accomodate. invest-
No luncheon. currently live in Nashville but I are Interested In educa ment by the city.'S' .

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Relocation Plans OffThe .. M I 1 ,r r I w r

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Chamber of Commerce has Walnut Street to accomodate the p.,
exhausted its current efforts to BCEDC staff.Phones .
locate office space on US-301, says w1-- ,
Chamber Director Jack Eckhdal. Change.., r .rM i .wr tt r, i" *f.
Although the Board of Governors Also on the Board of Governors'Nov. a
at its Nov. 13 meeting, felt that it is 13 agenda was Joe Petrock of
still desirable to have 301 exposure Southern Bell Telephone out of Lake
budget restraints prevent the City. Petrock was invited to explainthe ,
Chamber from relocating at the pre- upcoming change in telephone
sent time. The Chamber is now service in Starke and Lawtey. Plans
located on the SE corner of the are under way for a territory swap 1
Madison and Walnut Street intersection -
with Centel under which Southern
in south Starke. Bell would provide local telephone ?4',
service beginning in January.

Another factor is the need to move Petrock stated that Starke will --- d ....." IT
ahead with office space for the Brad- continue to and have its own telephonedirectory which Starke Elementary Smarties...
ford County Economic Development
Corporation (BCEDC), Eckhdal will come out in May or June 1987. These first and second grade students made straight A's on their report Vickie Desue Diptl Patel, Brandy Jones, Kelly Williams, Stacy Eaton,
points out. J.E. Tomlinson of the The directory will have a new cards for the first six-week grading period. Trey Ross, Michael Kirkland, Kevin Johns and James Hankerson.
Florida National Bank, BCEDC localized cover design. From left to right on the front row: Carl Thompson, Kimberly Pharis, On the third row: Jason Thompson, Crystal Ferguson, Sarika Patel,
president, reported that BCEDC is Current Centel employees will be Andy Brown, Chris larding, QueChanna Ford Chris Kinney, Adrienne Angela Milliard.Mo-Lissa Morris,Rasheeta Chandler,Naklsha Williams,
the of Centel. Service Padgett Kashanda nines, Melvin, Kenne Travis Crew Amanda Welch,
approaching its fund raising goal of responsibility Crystal Morgan Crystal, Scheyder, Michelle O'Steen. Carrie Crawford,
$300,000 and wants to move forward under Southern Bell will come out of Michael Porchiadzo and Casey Moore Lindsey Woodfln. Emily Hartley, Chris Crawford, Drew Wainwright,
director. Gainesville, Petrock said. On the second row from left to right: Heather Jarvis, Vashan Tyson!. Shannon Wood and Rhiannon Bott.
with hiring a !
It has not yet been decided if the __u_ __ __ _
current telephone office on US-301
Plans calll for the director and will be maintained.
secretary to be located in the Further information will be provided
Chamber office. A committee of the when the change in companiestakes
Board was appointed to look at place in January 1987,Petrock
restructuring the present office on said.

*. . I till I ttHtttt H 1..1,

I Homespun Christmas ,,,,,,

Bazaar ,I, 'r 4 ..


{Thursday, Nov. 20 -7 a.m. to 3 p.m.1|


First United

Methodist ChurchWalnut Straight A Students... rtiotoi by Mark",,.dUn

These third,fourth and fifth grade students at Starke Elementary earn Heather Williams Angela Griffis, Elizabeth Cumberland and David
& Jefferson Starke ed straight A's on their report cards for the first six week grading period.On Stogall.
the front row from left to right: Carrie Meng, Annette Thornton, On the third row from left to right: Temika Berry, Yemeako Fountain
Christie Dixon, Jill Lemur, Kesha Wilkes, Chris Newsome, Renee Crystal Greer,Candice Taylor,Kelly Thornton Estella Denton.Jonathan
Door Prizes Clemons, Kimberly Register, Jamie Gotts, Nicole llarley. Mellissa Mc- Smith Jeffery Evans, Patrick Harding, Robbie Bassett, Erin Rogers
: Featuring handmade crafts, Cloud, Rebecca Gann, Tony Bates, Julie Walker and Erin Stansell. Christy Jones, Victoria Starr, Cassandra Jarvis, Wendy Thornton, Amy
homemade canned On the second row from left to right: Christina Cowert, Craig Starling, Johns and Dana Newsome.
pastry, goods, Michael Pusateri, Kenneth Wainwright, Candi Norman, Smita Patel,
Book Sale Rummage Sale

Soup/Chili/ Luncheon -11 to 1 [ Brooker Council Approves Rezoning Request I

S2.00 Donation : Ina public hearing, prior to the family residential to mobile home Council Chairman C.J. Stalnaker house. The house burned several
Sandwiches or Desserts 75C regularly scheduled council meeting for Dale and Shirley Ross. said he had also talked with years ago,and the city has discussedthe I
,i Tuesday, Nov. 11,the Brooker council The request was properly adver- residents of the area, and found no problem many times, without a
tised, said town clerk Linda Robin- objection, as long as the place was firm decision.
. . . . . . . . . . . L quest approved of Lot 9.a Block reclassification 1. from single re- son,and further stated that attorney kept clean, and the noise level heldto Tony Stalnaker bid $700 and
Roger Blinn said the ordinance a minimum. Booth promised "I Forest Drawdy bid $800 for remov-
stating rezoning could be done only won't rank one (gas engine) after 8 ing the building remains. Followinga
twice a year did not apply,since less p.m.," in response to councilmanCarl brief discussion Edwards' motionto
than 10 percent of the area was being Edwards question "how late at table the subject until the full
DOES YOUR BANKER REALLY CARE considered. night will you be working?" council could vote on the issue pass-
Mayor Blake Hamilton said "I A motion to allow the variancewas ed. Councilmen Roy Carroll and
don't see anything wrong with it."No made and passed. A.B. Adams were absent. Chairman
one appeared before the council to Stalnaker said the bids would be retained -
ABOUT YOU AND YOUR FUTURE? protest the rezoning. Motion was Fire Department.., and no other bids would be
made and passed to comply with the Fire Chief Tony Stalnaker accepted on the project.
request. Block 9 lies west of the reported the need of 150 to 200 ft of 2'
Church of God, near the in. fire hose. "The item is in his Computer Room...
schoolhouse. budget," said Chairman Stalnaker, Chairman Stalnaker reported the
and Clerk Robinson affirmed the city council met in an Oct.21 workshop to
Variance Sought... had the money to pay for the pur finalize plans to'renovate the city
Keystone Leonard Booth came before the chase. A motion to allow Chief hall to accomodate the newly pur-
council to request a variance,rather Stalnaker to buy the hose was pass- chased computer. The approved
1 than rezone his residence to allow ed; however, no dollar value was plans call for the rear wall to be
II II !, him to work on chain saws, lawn mentioned.In moved forward approximately 5
State mowers and other small engines. another fire-related matter, feet, enlarging an existing closet.
Booth stated that he had discussedthe Clerk Robinson opend bids for The room will be insulated and
project with his neighbors, and demolition and removal of a burned carpeted, with an above floor open-
r< found no opposition. residence, located near the fire ing, to allow the single air condi-
tioner to cool both the meeting room
Bank. and the computer room.
HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSEfeaturing Stalnaker said the council recom-
mended Joe Robinson to make the
changes, working by the hour,
MARY KAY cosmetics rather than on contract. Robinsonhad
told Stalnaker it would take a
Wants to Talkto ,
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You about L J 4ri sets in any price range. Some craft items before awaiting delivery.The the completion. of the room,

I xldh also. Drawing for $25.00 gift certificate. council voted to approve the
plans, including the recommendation -
Your Savings. Door prizes. 41/2 miles off 301 on 16 Westto to hire Robinson for the work.
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Vcli'ian sl'huohoard\ mcmhci Schlofman was originally. \ appointed members families were present. for r
Rodney }'. Hall was: elected chair to replace J It (Jim, ) Lawson and the installation ceremonies g I
man for lilll) (>-H7 in a rcorgani/ution (hut t with a two year term. Board 1 of experience on the board Io the
saw two now mi-tubers) take the oath member Jimmy Scott also began new ml'mbel'and promised he
of of I iee( four year term Tuesday night, but would battle a veteran's tendency. kT4a
was away nt a business conference do a lot of talking and said he will l r,
Hall Ivf-i 22'I'LII':, on the bo.ird.
Scot I was appointed in August to listen
Hoard member\ Len Schlolman] hasserved \ ,)im I Duncan said ho 1
serve out the unexpired term of the Supt. looks I
l'' years<< and the other three late I'ulricia. Spongier, then ran forward working with all the new /
hoard nuHnber.11r. brand,
without opposition, in District I members as we collectively work for
Newly) 1'11'1'11"hlllll'd\ mcmliivs, under the new i' -,list\rleting plan the betterment of our children l!
I;\elya'haslinandlamesj'' (CobIn The board voted to continue I
i wainwright woie sworn in for County Judge George( fierce administered meeting regularly] at 7 p.m. on the
four years tuid utipointive.\ board the oalli <'I l ollice/ to the third Monday of each month, and
member Lon Schlofman was swornin three new members, said workshop meetings( will he set
for i\n' elected two voav levin Members of the new board the first Monday whenever. needed'


I If It's Required for Class, ) lfL

the BookIf .. .'.j,'' "-'
Board will Buy '
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it's a required! textbook or Some teachers are requiring reserve funds to pay for the them. ,. ........ ". ,.,..v". ,. ..., ::..:.;..,..i.. : ;.. T1
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workbook, the School Hoard wants to students to buy workbooks, used in No vole was taken but there were "v. -
for it. grades 6-12, in addition to the no objection to Schlofman's statement
pay :IJ School Hoard :Members) New Terms.
Begin .
that if workbook is used in
But the board i.' having some trouble regular textbook said Board a a I
Retting i hat .o"rocs! to teachersand Member Len Schlnfman al the board course and students are tested( on the Counts( lui'led. ,' '", .",i 'I'li-ivr, whilst- h.lIlIll'lli..11 at members ('0"\. \\iiiii\\rij4lil. K\c\n| (hasliiin.( and'
principals: The board wants meeting 1 Dec 17 other board material, the school board should l .Idnlnu i I' ,01" ...o\h\ nl oilier. to sihnol l hoard. l l.rn :lilolin.in.; .
sludl'nlu\ have an equal members. :seem to agree every at required workbooks necessary, to dip into and teachers, Schlofman found thai
paperback workbooks are required
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by some teachers and the students I ITwo

had to buy them.Schlohman questioned. how disudvaiitaged Quick Response Truck Set

students could afford to
buy the books. It was explained that bids: on a (I uicklt'lI: it"nt.fuew 2 Utility Trucks... Schaeler' advised the council that
y. copies of the book are madE' truck I lor Starke mnC I turned over to The council had opened bids on a public h'al'ingill be held !Nov.; 20(
r x a available in the classroom and! (!(committee :study and bids: on two two utility vehicles l'vl'ralE'ks at 7 p.m., in the Senior Citi/ens:
R A + MI I students who chose not to, or could utility Irll'ks11'1'1: ii ppi'osed'I'u1sday ago, and 1 had referred them to a Building, 101'nll'd1'1'01 of the cour
nighlov! ; III, I by the city com thouse. The hearing will 1 be concerned
not afford to buy a hook, could use committee lor review and recom
the workbooks available in class: and mission mendation., committee, composed with applying( for a grant to extend
4 1 /f'L City Chi k Net; "I 'I'uckl'l :staled that utilities' into the aria north and
write their answers on separate ol city (illicials. returned its
1 west 1 ol Kcono: Lodge l I the westside
I two bids have been received for the on
sheets of paper. Students( ho own a recommendation as follows:
workbook can write in it. pureh.ise, ol a "quick( response"vehicle : :J/4Ion truck : Terwilleuar Motors: ol US-301
relencd io as: a "mini- Inc. ( !-'OI'III.I Starke; bid $12,!> :3.Nl
Schloiman also asked why some pumpl":" Howling Kijuipmenl; ( ('0", One ton truck I : Gary Massey: Schaefer moved, and the motion
teachers charge more than others Ocala, hid $-L':! !H'tr Three Alarm' 1'e Chevrolet Co., Gainesville, bid(( passed, to amend the city budget
for Hit workbooks. BUS Principal Kqtiipmenl: (I'" also Ocala, bid $1O,7II.! : make a' one time grant ol 7,5oo to
Hother, called before the school $4l.12t) ; Motion to accept bids was: made assist the Senior, C'lli/.ens in the purchase -
board to explain, said Tuesday Mayor' Silt-ox :'.lIIllw thought the and piissed. ol a vun.
night, Nov. 18, the workbooks cost bids should be I reviewed bj the I'ire
$1.83: each from the Florida School Committee, prior (III acceptance.! ( A Schaefer said the Chl'vrollt1'111-
Board Depository. Postage. varied motion was marie and passed' to cle would require larger tires and EarlyDeadlines
according to the number uf books comply wit hilII' suggestion.: '' The other "add on items" to meet requirements
ordered, Uother explained.Dr. fire Committee 1 1 will report its lor the weight oltransformers

r !other also said the book fees recommendation at a later dale. : to he hauled on the The Telegraph must: ) be published
are being run through the school's The city Fir lcparlinonl I plans to vehicle, and the total cost would exceed a day curly next I week since
( internal bookkeeping system now a put all its extrication equipment, $IIOUU, an amount still under" there is no mail d'III"I'hU"M: -
{' problem cited in the recent audit such as jaws ol lile and other the fl'xtlo\l'est bidder. Tucker" said ads Nov.; Thanksgiving\ Iiv. '
,/' of internal accounts. Some emergency equipment( to 1'IIIII'I'oCIW he was unaware of additional the :Nov.: 27 edition will ,be
report teachers apparently were handlingthe calls ulonii with Rescue 61 The"inallfr features and cost but the items printed Tui-sdav! !Nov.; ? 23.: : and 1
\Vednesdav.. :Nov; 2liNews !
workbook. purchases> lire truck with dull wheels would he handled as a separate purchase mailed; \ :
r themselves.Obviously. on the hack will C'aJTO gallons oraIPI' il needed. Tucker coot n'med
4i ,\ It will have telescopic: scene the acceptance ol the bid price by ; : classified;': : advertising
provoked that a lack ol lights to light up emergency scenes the council at $1,79() : and (display I advertising l i: must: I bein
textbooks keeps popping up before and will have, ,'ui ll.liiiii pound winch the Telegraph unite l h\ !5 p.m.
the school board which has pledgedto on the I mi.I' :Moml.i) :tins; :24, to be printed in
see every student has the required ""I will be .1, more economical way Oilier Business... the Nov; 27 editionKor \ )
textbooks, veteran board member ol doing 1'\lI'Il'allllll\IIII'k. How tests Biggs advised the council that the
Rodney Hall wondered what it will on hvdratit msprecliuns: and general comprehensive: land use plan required the 1)ec. 6(; edition, the

_. :_ ... ; ..: _. .______ .._. _._:__-.O;; ;.] take to get that message across to purpose Kire Department work, revision for the Zoning Boarduse. deadlines(( : will revert to normal. :
teachers and principals. "If the says: Kire' duel Uwaync Hardy. : The council voted to apply for a noon Tuesday,; for il.tssiliods.: : 5
allocation is not enough, we've got aproblem' The count' already has; a quick! state grant ol $20,000( ( to have the p Tuesday: Ion displa.v I adv'crlisi.ig -
Shcm 1<<:1.- tin. Sch( olJJou-; IJu.V ..Workshops. ..? to address. It may be a iH.invi'.rln; | truck: t < plan i reiisi'tresponses.\ ( 1 1)1.). ' ,

"!4nml /'>It vVi; ol i tau uinkltiMikl'iYrt -* priority," Hall said. .- v f mlMl.yvm IHlmmimiAUIrtMl."*...'.!.''.* .. .**JtV ..rf-. .*., .4 4 J. ,la i n pi ullniIMJIIIIIHll .mHfc .- i.o-->, ,.
ili\ *. {,I. .r''J'-lniirrilTii' ( \ "" lib: < !Si'liliilm.i'iVli.iiil'Hivii,' ,' tin ml' ,.,"1',1 all Supt. Jim Duncan said textbooks ea' ...
Ih' ,I ii," ,i.i I, I'. ier. .lIul \\h,1I ,iliiiul.null lit-! ultni in i ., 1 Iluuo(. ,, hat l (lie purchases for the district exceed 1\ I
,1 q \In i,"h $100,000.Dr. JDlf ) V./1
,. Kother said the BIIS budgetcannot \ (from piiK; <> 2.\)>
III'ip' Jin, \ i il.liiiok-' tin .1 >IIMII) iiiuii d l llu >l? toil i llu( liniiril \\ --

: IMlin ill i 1111114ITalbone., < -Illlli !' ''II Ii.," < Mi" gndchdni| i afford $2,000) .to buy the l.oou the II. "('Ill os d I bv :'app'I'ree Service Gaston's Tree Service in who has: been serving under a temporary
workbooks required.NOVEMBER
.in '"III I iger.\" basis, for Alachua bid $3,000 to remove the appointment, asked "how
$1 I ,:;(, three trees Sapp's Tree Service, long does "the temporary appointment -
'.i' ''i -.Miie' i-'Miei.il') urea on Gainesville, bid $1,200 to remove one last?
D SPECIAL Mel !Iheie, ,,i ie .1 additional, tree, and $1100( each to trim the two
1 tri-i ''i'" "ii"iiii"| i attention! Clerk remaining trees, in an attempt to Chairman Stalnaker said the
( f I Kol! < 1''II""ll'd lour tree save them. The council discussedthe recently passed ordinance) allowedthe
y Country living at its best. 4 1 rei: .>' ,ei v K i ,lIltll"I'l'I\l'dlwO I proposals at length, and voted to council make permanent appointment -
minutes to Starke. Brick have Sapp's Tree Service remove and asked! Kaulerson if
the one tree, and trim the other two, wanted the job. Kaulerson repliedin
home on 3 plus acres. This STARKE for the amount ot the bid. the affirmative, and was sworn in

home is designed for fami- CHURCH OF GOD to office by Mayor Blake Hamilton.
9644522STARKE. Kaulerson is now serving under a
I ly living. Owner says to '122 N, St. Clair 364-5445 Haulerson Sworn-In... permanent appointment for an in-
FL sell it. Walter F. Montz. Pastor Town Marshal Tommv Raulerson] definite period.Introductory .

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.; .t ebl-TORI-ALS ( ,"'.: \"hI':"::1t'",;!'.;,ci:-,...: .: First ,Issue of LIFE 50 Years Ago I

'. Fifty years ago on November 23, 1936 Page 50 featured "the first air
-<1'-' .., -
LIFE magazine was born. N .wir I photograph ever published of the future

The Telegraph was a charter subscriber. gold fortress of the U.S.Fort Knox In
received Kentucky. Within this square, squat
Having 'a
nouncement and pre-publication an- A, building, 35 miles south of Louisville, Ky.,
prospectus, we filled out
HappenedTo the enclosed for the Treasury Department will concentrate i
coupon our $3.50
a year's |
and Its $10 billion gold hoard in a vault with the
subscription mailed it to 350 East 22nd + M' AL "
St.,Chicago, 111. (before Zip Codes were In-, volume of a basketball court, the caption-

Checks .and Balances'? vented). r I said.
That "controversial" new government
We wailed with bated breath for arrivalof "
Volume 1, Number 1, which arrived in program, "Social Security, promoted by
Sunday was no doubt one of the most set off a chain reaction in terrorist coun- due time with a striking photograph of President Roosevelt over the strong doctors."conservative"'oQpasitlon -

stressful days in George Shultz's life. tries through a perception that the Ad- 'Fort Peck Dam in Montana on the cover... dentists, ana Industrialists of many, was set for,

He was placed in the untenable positionof ministration does not mean what it says Today, this towering be mass of concrete e launching on Jan. I, 1937 bringing old age
towers for
having to tell a national television audience about "no deals". If terrorist countriesget nuclear might plant.Although a modern t benefits for 27 million elderly Americans.
that he disagreed with President the idea that there might possibly be 1 Ir M Times do change. The mere mention of

Reagan and members of the National more deals, in spite of warnings to the there were only three pages of tampering with Social Security benefits today
color (except for advertisements) in the brings down the wrath of the Gods I
Security Council on their flawed secret contrary, the taking of hostages will first issue, the 96 inside pages were filled gt
mission in Iran. likely continue at an accelerated scale. with striking black and white photographs The first "Overweather" planes were I
LIFE lived in t, 'rI depicted in a two-page spread with \
depicting as 1936, when were
When asked if he believed that any Franklin D. Roosevelt was still struggling ty to travel up to the 30,000 foot level ,

more arms shipments should be sent to to pull the U.S from the depths of depres 'it never rains, never snows, neverstorms"
Iran of State Shultz sion where it had floundered ..The caption said that "the semi-
Secretary replied, since 1932 secret goal of U.S. commercial aviation today
"Under the circumstances of Iran's war Presidential Henry Luce, the publisher of LIFE, had is to get transport planes up near these
with Iraq, its pursuit of terrorism, its guts to bring out a new picture magazineat I placid altitudes and whip them across the
association with those holding our Powers Abused a time when $3.50 was a major expen- continent in 8 to 10 hours."

hostages, I would certainly say, as far it diture and circulation But Luce and reached his staff 1.5 made million a aftera go of Taxi dancers in a mid-west honkey tonk

as I'm concerned-." Excerpts from commentary by syndicated columnist Anthony year of publication, and 2.8 million by were shown with their partners" "lopingall
Lewis appearing Nov. 19, IUH6 in The Gainesville Sun. the night for a nickle a dance. This was
1940 with outbreak of World
War II.
When asked "Do have the
you .. LIFE the period of the plaintive song, "Ten centsa
authority to speak for the entire ad- Turning the cover back expectantly, the dance, that's all they pay me- Gee how
new LIFE reader was greeted on 1 weigh down..." But nickle
ministration? Secretary Shultz again learn page they me a a
Daily we more about the web of deceit
with "First and details
replied"No". and folly spun by the Reagan White House pictures about the. dance?III These girls must really have

Daily, the real importance of the Iran affair- been hard up.
Although he indicated that he may abuse 'f:' ." Vol. 1,.NO. f fine
the of the office of president looks ; In addition to its photography LIFE
have been moved to discuss the matterof more dangerous.A was always doing something innovative.On .

resignation with the President, he by- July 5,1943, for instance, the magazine
passed a direct answer by saying, "... president makes a drastic change in a century later he would have his pictureson used 23 of its high-priced pages to publishthe
moon, with the arrival of the
foreign first
against the advice of his names of 12,987 American war dead, a
anything that I have to say" on that sub- secretaries of state and defense. He acts astronauts and the first "moon walk". forerunner of the impressive Viet Nam

ject, I'd just say to him. through personal aides with little experience in Two pages of that first issue were war listing on the monument in

George Shultz is an honorable man foreign affairs. lie keeps his action secret from devoted to "The President's Album," Washington, D.C.

who is needed in the Department of of the Central Joint Chiefs of Staff. He orders the director showing"unmistakable" signs of recovery But with the coming of television in the
Intelligence ignore the law requirIng when a "Roosevelt Boom" carried the
1950s LIFE was no longer America's only
State. But the under-cover him to
president's report to Congress.,: stock market steadily upward for nearly a eye on the world's activities. Televisionsoon
action in Iran placed him in the extremely week. Before Roosevelt, Wall Street usurped that function. Printing costs
embarrassing position of having A handful of men at the top of the United brokers had been jumping out of windowsas and postage prices soared until LIFE
unknowingly misled our European States government can take their country into the stock market crashed in 1929. could no longer survive on its decreased

allies about U.S. shipments of arms to the most treacherous waters on their own. There was a six-page spread on a hand- share of the advertising dollar,with televi-
Iran. They can act in defiance of law, in defiance of some new matinee idol, Robert Taylor, sion now getting the major portion. Finally -
undertakings,: to allies.In who had been born with the unpromising on Dec. 29, 1972 LIFE died as a weekly

According to all reports, while Shultz name of Arlington Spangler Brugh. But magazine.
was traveling around Europe in an effort the 200th year of the American Constitution now "Brugh" was playing the part of Ar- But special editions continued to be
its checks and balances are treated with mand, the lover, to Greta Garbo s Camille,
to pressure other nations to refrain printed twice annually, and in 1978 the
contempt. Men who learned and ladies of
nothing from Viet- 1936( vintage were swooning
from selling arms to Iran, his own nation nam and Watergate tell us, again, that to meet all over the place. picture-pioneering magazine returned to _
was secretely doing just that. It is the world's problems we must have Im- newsstands as a monthly. It continues on
Roosevelt was PresidentNew Helen that schedule and has
perial Presidency Hayes, seen on the stage as Queen today, currently
hoped that this unintentional deceptionwill Victoria, was hailed as the "Greatest Liv- published a 422-page, $3.95 per copy golden
not destroy Mr Shultz's image in Sen. Barry Goldwater called the decision to Hudsons Plymouth. No price was quoted but ing Actress" and Rudy Vallee, the anniversary issue featuring the best of
Europe as being honorable and decent were advertised at $695 and up, crooner, was called radio's showman LIFE over the
an send arms to Iran in the hope of wheedling help and Nash Ambassadors at$755 in the same top years.
man "afflicted" with that seemingly for American hostages "probably one of the issue. "making over $100,000 a year'with his or- There were 235,999 "in advance"
rare quality- compulsion to tell the major mistakes the United States has ever chestra and megaphone. subscribers who had faith in the LIFE picture -
truth. made in foreign policy." The purpose of LIFE, according to Luce, Instead of being labeled "dangerous to magazine concept, and its first 250,000
was "To see life; to see the world; to health Camel newsstand sold out in
your cigarettes were actually copies one day.
Certainly the nation rejoiced in the Offense to allies, encouragement to terrorists eyewitness great events; to watch the plugged in a full-page advertise-
loss of belief in America's word are the faces of the poor, and the features of the We are pleased to have been among that
ment with the
release of hostage David P. Jacobsen, results. But they are less important than the proud; to see strange things... shadows in Sake-Smoke Camels"slogan:. "For Digestion's number, and especially pleased that our
but if this was part of a oneforonedeal issue of presidential power. the jungle and on the moon." A quarter of Surgeon General What would the Vol. 1, No. 1 issue has survived the wear
say about that today? and tear of the half
one hostage for one shipment of .., last ,. century..
f el!"?t"jTi ""]'. 15 ';"1I1t'/
and his
Reagan palace guard defied the
aYms-- what will happen to the remainifrg con- .. ..
>. that straints that have kept us free. And then, when r ._. -- :r
hostages now Reagin's'oft- caught, they unashamedly asserted the right to Poll Shows Drugs : ,." .. 'u.
repeated vow, "We will make no deals do just that. Donald Regan, White House chiefof Are Major ProblemIn Historical Society to Hear
with terrorists," has been violated. We staff, said: U.S. SchoolsFor

doubt that the remaining hostages are
the first time since the Gallop poll Seminole War Author Tonight
nearer being released than "The president has certain powers to do on t,
any they
things in foreign policy that are not given to or- education was established 18 years ago,
were two weeks ago. And there is now the has identified the "
dinary citizens. He has powers that are more public drugs as ? 1
the nagging questionwill even more than normal powers" single greatest problem confronting The general public is invited to attend the Thursday -
hostages be taken since it has been American schools. In 16 of the 17 previous Nov. 20 meeting of the Bradford County ,
The point of Regan's defensive statementwas polls on education, lack of discipline was Historical Society at 7:30: pm. tonight in the con-
shown that the President did, in fact, that a president is beyond the usual rules listed as the major problem in schools. ference room of SFCC Starke Center (old cour-
make a deal. when he decides what is best for the country. By wide margins, adults said they thouse),

In dealing with the hostage stalemate That is the very theory we heard from Richard favored expulsion of students caught using
Nixon in Watergate: that the president, acting drugs, and allowing teachers to search stu- Featured.speaker will be Dr John Mahon of
the White House apparently tried to in higher interests that he alone defines, is exempt dent lockers for possession of drugs. By a Gainesville, author of"The Second Seminole Indian
have it both ways by publicly proclaiming from ordinary i ules of law The Supreme narrow 49-44 margin they indicated approval War" and professor of history at the University of
that the U.S. would not deal with ter- Court rejected that theory in United States vs. of testing students for drug use by Florida for many years. Dr. Mahon will discuss con- r
rorists, while dealing with them Nixon. The House Judiciary Committee rejected ,urinalysis. duct of the war in this area, which was heavily
it In approving articles of impeachment. A separate youth survey showed that populated by Seminole Indians at.that time
secretely. But human
concern over one
teenagers rank alcohol and drug abuse as
life, no matter how great, cannot be Presidents have great power in foreign affairs major problems in schools.
allowed to jeopardize the basic foreign But the very scope of that power makes it .
vital that limits be observed. ""
policy of an entire nation.

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I County Agent's Notebook By Bobby TaylorThis -

Send a Book to College

is third in a 4-part series on Greenhouses IIIis durable than the wood itself.
greenhouses for the backyard. I emphasized -
November has oeen proclaimed"Send Florida Academic Trust Fund. All con- that before embarking on such a projectyou used to join posts and rafters However, After the greenhouse is built, you need to
a Book to College Month" in tributions and matching funds will be should decide whether a greenhouse is remember that casein or "white" glues think about some kind of covering. For
Bradford County. The college that permanently endowed and the earningsused really practical for you. I've mentionedsome should never be used on greenhouses. Thisis wooden frames, the common coveringsare
needs the books is our own Santa Fe to support the Starke Center considerations for deciding where to because the high humidity in the film plastic and corrugated fiberglass.Steel .
locate your greenhouse, and have described greenhouse will cause such glues to and aluminum structures usually are
Community Starke Center. It
College, library.A some of the most common greenhouse weaken. Instead, use-a substance called covered with fiberglass or real glass.
has plenty of library shelves, but not wise designs., resorcinol resin. This glue is resistant to
enough books to fill them. man once" "Reading This week I'll discuss some of the moisture, and will set at temperatures of As I said, you need to carefully evaluate
The maketh a full man. Reading has also building materials used for greenhouse about 70 degrees fahrenheit. So it's excellent available space, and the use and size of the
American Library Associationhas been called "Life's Greatest Pleasure". construction. The materials used to build for use in building greenhouse. This greenhouse you have in mind before you
determined that, for best learning This most invaluable gift is ours, in the your greenhouse will depend on the use, adhesive is actually stronger and more start to build

conditions, there should be at least 20 sense that no one can take it away. Only size, and location of the structure you havein
books per student in a community col- illiteracy robs us of this gift. mind. You'll need to consider a numberof
lege library. Santa Fe Starke Center factors, including initial cost,
library is woefully short of that number. Help Santa Fe Starke Center place maintenance costs such as heating, Forestry in Bradford County
this invaluable lighting, and ventilation, equipment costs,
With the rapid increase of scientific and gift within the reach of -
and environmental
technological knowledge, college all. For a gift of only $40, each in- Most backyard gardeners flexibility.choose to use Why Colors Change BYDavidW.Norlon

libraries must continually increase dividual donpr can send not only one, wood for the frame, rafters, sides, and Bradford County Forester
their resot.rces.: but several books to collegeand the ends of their greenhouses. If you do choose

contribution is tax deductible. Each $40 wood, make sure you use only high-grade This is the time of year when countless orange, and makes up about 10 percent of
Although SFCC Starke Center is only donated will be matched by another $40 treated wood. The reason is fairly obvious. numbers of Floridians are enjoying the pigment.. Another substance Antho-

in its second year, it already offers by The Bradford County Telegraph and Since the interior of a greenhouse is quite memories of trips to the Carolinas to see cyan, gives sugar maple. and scarlet
students every possible assistance in humid, untreated wood will warp and what they can't see-the blazing colors of oaks their bright red colors.
State of Florida will contribute decay in a very short time. Also, since a thousands of trees whose leaves burst Florida is not without its deciduous
their pursuit of higher education. another $4 for each $6 of private funds. greenhouse is normally under a good deal forth in indescribable hues. trees. Gingko and tallow trees, both
Toward that goal, the community needsto Your $40 contribution, therefore, will of stress from the force of high winds and Why do leaves change colors? If you're originally from China have been plantedfor
build an outstanding collection of generate a total of $133 for the Starke the weight of beams and rafters, only the someone who enjoys a mystery and would many years by Florida homeowners.
books and resourecs to speed the educational -' Center's book Where highest grade wood can be expected to per- rather not know, you may want to stop The gingko tree turns a brilliant yellow in
program. can you form well. here and move on to some other feature of the fall and the tallow tree leaves produce
process. get a better return on your investment? If plywood is used for the gussets on a the newspaper. If you want to know why reds and oranges.

Toward this end, the Starke Center Just fill in the below and mail rigid-frame structure, it should be of ex- leaves change colors;.read on for an explanation North Florida offers more of a natural
coupon terior grade, and should be treated with a show than other
sections of the'
Library Trust Fund has been established state
with your check for $40 to SFCC En- Edges of should be
in preservative. plywood During the summer, we see only green because many of the eastern hardwoods of
which every six dollars in private dowment Corporation, Starke Center, painted to prevent moisture from enteringand leaves. There are various shades of green, the Appalachian Mountains grow here.
funds contributed to this cause will be Starke, FL, 32091. For further informa- causing delamination. of course, but it's all due to chlorophyll The flowering dogwood in Central and
matched with four dollars from the tion call 964-5382. Commercial builders tend to use steel which produces the food factory that we North Florida is a multifaceted tree. It has
more often than wood. Home builders may call the leaf. Other colors are present jn large white flowers in the spring, it's
use steel for the Quonset or Gothic types. the leaf but they are masked by the color of leaves turn red or orange when the cool
Your Tax Deductlbl. Bradford County T.legraph Stats 01 Florida All steel should be painted or galvanized. chlorophyll.When weather hits and it displays glossy red
Contribution Match "Matchln0 Total' Otherwise, the high humidity inside the the weather gets cold, a layei1 of berries in the winter.
.000 $40.00 $ 53.00 $133 00 greenhouse will cause the steel to rust. If cells forms at the base of the leaves cuttingoff Red maples offer red and orange leaves,
$80.00- $80.00 $106.00 S28 .00 steel is kept painted, it is a very durable the raw materials arriving from the hickories and red mulberries add yellow,
material, and your greenhouse should last roots thus shutting down the chlorophyll blackgum contributes red, and pond or
Check should be made payable to.: SFCC Endowment Corporation for a very long time. factory. As the green chlorophyll fades,. it bald cypress toss in bronze as they prepare
Starke Center Aluminum also is used extensively In allows the other colors to emerge. This is to shed their leaves '
St.rke. Florid 32091 commercial structures, because of its light when the hillsides of the Carolinas burst in- Yellow is the color found on most trees
((964-5382)) weight and excellent durability. However, to flame and attract "the FlaOqrnders" as including the hickories and mulberries as
Yea" I want to "SEND A BOOK TO COLLEGE" even though aluminum requires no we Floridians are known to thrresidents of well as the tulip tree, wild cherry, fringe
Name maintenance, it hasn't been used much for the Tarheel and Palmetto states I wonder tree, wild grape vines and sassafrass,
c home-built greenhouses. The reason for if that is as bad as being a "yankee"? whose species include some that turn
Address this is not clear. But, perhaps it's because The colors come from other substances orangered.The .
; aluminum tends to be rather expensive. in the leaves. which
Xanthophyll consistsof
sweetgum, sourwood and tallow
Phone Number Amount nl ohplni..|/ .-rt$____PI****bill 01* ,, ':\ Whatever building material you choose, carbon trees
... ,hydrogen, oxygen and is yellow, as well as the little sumac tree turn
Please dedicate\book to you'll together.need For war of or putting aluminum the frame, this and makes up about 23 J percent: of the red when the temperature drops and they
pigmentation. Carotin, which makes car- prepare to shed their leaves. Fall is not the
or In memory of means cutting and welding. For wood, glue rots the color they are, turns leaves end of life, only a moment's pause.



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't. ,_ ,'" ..... ... tr.;' Patti Modesitt Donald Priest Child Development CenterDoes
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'" v. '. ,f"r.. Wed October 25 in StarkeThe your child care facility offer breakfast

lunch and a snack?
First Presbyterian Church of hearl-bhaped cake on each side In-
Does child offer
your care gymnastics
scribed with Don and pro-
Starke was the setting for the wed- Patti. Two
ding of Patti T. Modesitt and Donald crystal punch bowls surrounded by grams?
Clinton Priest, Jr., held greenery interspersed with peach
\" ;: Does child care have a child
1986 at 2:00 p.m. rosebuds were on the ends and your development
featured peach punch. Nuts and curriculum?
t, I, Patti ''is the daughter of Mr. and mints were served in heartshapedsilver
Mrs. J. W. Teate, Young Harris, bowls. Does your child care have Free afterschool
1" Georgia. Donald is the son of Mrs. transportation?
Donald C. Priest, Sr., & the late Inviting guests to sign the bride's
Donald C. Priest, Sr., of Jackson- book was Mrs. Melba Johnson. Does your child care 'have Free vision and hearing
ville. screening?

Two spiral candleabras holding Assisting with the serving were Does your child care have Free speech therapy?
". ,
white tapers and intertwined with Mrs. Marian Douglas, Miss Carole
greenery, peach rosebuds and two Hardin, Mrs. Brenda Farnsworth, Does your child care have certified masters
,.\ white doves decorated the rostrum. Mrs. Gayle Hurst, Ms. Carolyn Red- degree educators?
f" Boston Ferns were placed on either ding, Mrs. Denise Dull, Mrs. Sandra
{ < side of the alter. Johnson and Mrs. Linda Ewton of Does your child care have ratio's of less than one
Jacksonville, sister of the groom. to ten?

{; )j Reverend The ceremony Jerry was L. performed Patton with by The couple enjoyed a week in a log Does your child care offer you the first month

organ music provided by Miss Tricia cabin in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee Free?
,, visiting the Great Smoky Mountainsand CWINIUM Umnw KOJOIM
J! v Lawson. A special tape of "The plan to live in Starke. We Do. Please Call 964-6794 for applications
t. Glory of Love by Peter Cetera was
rye J) !' The bride is a graduate of NathanB.
,'.', f.ty. Serving as best man for the Forrest High School in Jackson-
I ceremony was Mr. Joe Mitchell of ville and is employed at Bradford
Jacksonville.The Middle School as a Teacher's Aide. SURGEON GENERAL'S WARNING: Smoking

bride's daughters, Christa Causes Lung Cancer Heart Disease,

Faith Modesitt Modesitt, served and as Bethany attendants.Ann High The groom School is in a graduate Jacksonville of Paxon and Emphysema And May Complicate Pregnancy.
owns own business Priest Trim.
They were dressed alike in peach -

colored satin tea length dresses with

( short puff sleeves, dropped waists
-- and an applique from the bride's

Browning ConstructionInc.
::411I1C gown on the shoulders. Haircombs
with peach silk flowers, baby's

"'W. ..... breath and peach ribbons adorned
&- 1'2':: .-.to the girl's hair. .

Mr. & Mrs. Donald C. Priest. Jr.
To compliment their gowns they 964-6054 Free
carried identical old fashioned EstimatesLicensed
nosegays of varying shades of peach

Social Side Club News silk flowers and peach ribbons. Insured Experienced

of the :Notices The bride wore a peach tea length
,v Church ItemsNews' chiffon with printed satin
y jacquard flowers, irridescent se- New Construction

quins and rhinestones accenting the

i Weddings shoulder. She carried an old fashioned Iltii

ffj Receptions ivory lace fan with peach silk i I Pole Buildings
.J Parties lillies,rosebuds,green ivy and ivory I
ribbons. fl.
I.. pip ; .Horse Barns Hay Sheds

To complete her outfit, the bride J'' ,
chose a haircomb of peach silk I I a "+taf
First Christian'Church rosebuds and baby's breath.A ij .
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Dedicates Stewardship MonthThe reception following the I t t
ceremony was held in the Any
First Christian Church,:525 W. The congregation has set goals for Fellowship Hall of First l : Type
Call Street in Starke, is dedicating attendance and offering for the Presbyterian Church. The bride's 1 ti Kitchen, Bathroom,
the month of November toward month which ends on November 30
Christian Stewardship. Minister at 10:45: a.m. during a "Show Your table was covered with white lace, Room Additions
Thomas Crafton Is presenting a sermon Thanksgiving" worship hour.A two flower arrangements with peach Call
series on stewardship and con- warm welcome is extended to rosebuds and peach tapers. Center
ducting a special Thanksgiving Service everyone in the community to attend ing the decorated table was a 3-tier % No Job Too Small!!
-.at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, and give thanks to our Lord for the heart shaped cake with one !small
f. November 26. blessings of life

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aJ.c'IITtU'GItAI November 20. 19K6
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Denise/ Durban Edgar Hickman Jr. .;. .\ f'' : Ii t 4 Shadd-Driggers

,, :!'! Nuptials Set

Exchange Vows Lawtey Church : < \ '. Saturday, Nov. 21

Mr. and Mrs. John L, Shadd an-
nounce the forthcoming marriage of

Denise Elizabeth Durban of Completing her attire was a halo toned flowers and topped with ivory their daughter, Cassandra, to
Jacksonville was united in marriageto of fresh fushia. lillies, purple statice, satin bells &: fresh flowers and en- Clayborne II. Driggers, III, son of
Edgar Powell Hickman Jr of pink roses and blue delphinium circled by fresh flowers. : r JIA I I !Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Driggers, Jr.
Anderson, SC, Saturday, November florets with fern and ivory bridal ,: The wedding is planned for Saturday .
The ,
I. 1. 1986 at 2:00: p.m. at Grace United tulle with streamers of narrow ivory Chocolate groom's cake was a 4 layer November 21, at 7 p.m. at the
Methodist Church in Lawtey. satin ribbon. chocolate cake c_ First Baptist Church in Lake Butler
Denise is the daughter of Mrs. Miss Lisa Anne Durban, bride's crystal punch bowl featuring A reception will follow at the Lake
Patricia Wainwright Brown, sister, was the maid of honor. She methodist punch centered the punch Butler Community Center. All
Jacksonville and Mr. William wore a gown of plum taffetta with a table table with another lace covered friends and relatives are. Invited.
Lafayette Durban of Lake Butler. scoop neckline and pouf sleeves. A displaying a champagne foun- f I .
tain. Coffee
Edgar is the son of Dr. and Mrs. halo of fresh cut purple and lavendar silver coffee was offered out of a Shadd Feted

Edgar Powell Hickman of Columbia lillies, statice and fern completedher Mrs. Lillian service. With Bridal
crThe; attire. She carried a bouquet of Pearson greeted
guests at the door and bride's -
fresh lillies, statice and delphinium the Brunch in LB
aunts Mrs. Idell (O.J.) Boyette &
couple married flnrets.Dr. .
against a
Cassandra Shadd bride-elect of
background of ornamental plants Mrs. Bonnie (Raymond) Durban, I "1L
cut and served Clayborne Driggers, III was
and palms laced with assorted Edgar P. Hickman, the the cake. Assistingwas
jewel-tone cut flowers On each side groom's father, served as best man Miss Angela Boyette, Miss honored with a bridal brunch on
of the altar were baskets of lavendar with William L. (Bo) Durban Jr., Cheryl Boyette Mrs Jan Wainwright Saturday morning, November 15, at
liatris, fushia astroemeria lillies Dewey E. Burban, (bride's Nabb, (the bride's cousins), the home of Jeanette Hendricks.
purple statice fug3mums brothers), John Hickman (groom's and Mr. Craig Wiley. The guests were treated with a
pink roses, and
with brother), and John Kristofak serv- Miss Jessica Durban the bride's breakfast buffet of eggs, grits,
The matching was pew performed flowers: ing as ushers sister, invited guests to sign the bacon, sausage balls and fruit salad.
ceremony by
bride's The table was beautifully
Rev. Don Denton of Starke with The Higler Group of Gainesville book.Following
performed music at the receptionheld decorated with red roses and
piano music by Mrs Dee Canova to San .
a wedding trip The
greenery. guests presented
at The Officers Club at Camp
Mrs. Patty Kay Elder was soloist Blanding The Club was decoratedwith Francisco, CA, the couple plan to ... with recipes and household hints.
The bride, given in marriage by baskets of liatris lillies live in Anderson, SC. The hostesses presented her with a
her father William L. Durban, worea statice fugi mums and ornamental The bride is the granddaughter of t mixer.
candlelight ballerina length gownof potted plants. Mrs. Wilma Wainwright of Lawtey The hostesses were Audrey
silk satin which featured scoop and great-granddaughter of Mrs. Wilson Martha Powell and Jeanette
neckline, bishop sleeves fitted Lace tablecloths covered the food Mable Wainwright of Starke. Hendricks.
bodice and a full skirt. She carried a tables and held centerpieces of fresh .
bouquet of fresh astroemeria lillies, fruit & vegetables.The The groom received his Masters of ,.,. Church BazaarTo

pink roses, delphinium florets and bride's table was covered with Business Administration degree 1"- be Nov. 22
trailing ivy. To highlight her outfit an ivory army/navy lace tablecloth from the University of South
the bride chose pearls as her ornament centered by a 4-tier strawberry Carolina and is employed by Eli Lil- The Ladies Group of Airpark Bap-
pound cake decorated with lewel- ly Corporation tist Church will be holding a
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L l Lp November 22, in front of Eckerd

Jr. Women DisCI uss Riverland Music Drugs beginning at 9:00: a.m.
r 2a Upcoming Baked goods and Christmas crafts
Wins Awards will be for sale.
Events at NovenProceeds Meetingand
''JIiiFi'Z r From DistrictThe

from the Junior Club koolaid for the 800 participants.On Riverland Music Club met
Z booth at the Starke Festival of the December 18, Junior Women will Thursday, November 13 at the home
tt tl 'I G Arts will be given during the month host a dance for the mentally retarded. of Mrs. Mamie Jo Douglas of Wor-
of November to the Santa Fe Endow- Becky Jones, International Affairs thington Springs.
ment Corporation for the matching Chairwoman, reports collecting The first half of the education project
money program "Send a Book to over $100 for UNICEF.The "Harmony and Melody in
Thanksgiving Buffet f College' reported President Debbie slate of officers for 1987 were Diatone Style" has been taught in
Connaughton at the regular Nov submitted by the nominating com- four lessons by the local outstanding .
4i I November 27, 1986 meeting of the Junior Woman's Club mittee and approved as follows: musician Mrs. Dene Ward. The second '

held Monday Nov. 10 at 7:30: at the Joan Hall, president; Jan Norton, half will be taught in the new / i4''c" (
11:00 A.M. 4:00 P.M.
: Woman's Club in Starke. first vice-president; Sandra year. -
The program for the evening was Crawford, second vice-president; This club has received two awards ,
MENU HIGHLIGHTS y given by Libby Sewell District IV Kelli Carver, third vice-president; from the District Federation of P t

j Roast Prime Rib of Beef with Au Jus Junior Club Director from Jacksonville Jennifer Haas, secretary; Paula Music Clubs-namely for outstan-
Register treasurer; Debbie Con- ding participation in both the Na- a
Baked Virginia Ham G Joan Hall, HomeLife Chairwoman naughton, parliamentarian. These tional Music Week and the Parade of

I reports that Special Olym- officers will be installed at the an- American Music.
Stuffed with Seafood
I Trout Dressing pics will be December 6 and the Jr. nual banquet to be held in January. A new music project for the year is
z Southern Fried Chicken with Honey & Pecans Woman's: Club will furnish cookiesChristmas a gift of $25 each to the Brooker and
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Lake Butler Schools for
7 Roast Tom Turkey with Cornbread Dressing \WIll W+:'4tli;+liltlt'fUM1flM:4fira: : : ,...ildithF',' laFriftWilY4 9tli+rtihpYilriiiFtFiltTffHours ; ; | music. Elementary
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9:30-5:30: : M-r i
S[ Riverland Music Club member
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Z 504 W. Call Street IQ Ann's | A. Batton won "Woman -

Adults: $12.95 It ((904) 964-8547 J ',J III -'' ......- .! Year Award" from the Florida Carl& Thelma Broughton
Speciality Gift Shop t Federation: of Music Clubs. "Cousin
Children under 8 Years Old: $6.95 .. known
14 : Thelma, is fondly
throughout Florida for her Couple Celebrates50th
z vJnes !t Holly days are almost here!I knowledge and talent in folk music Wedding'Anniv) :;
kt I We are Santa's Special Helpers. i and as a teller of folk, tales. She is '
Come in and Fill Out Your Christmas Wish List. music advisor of the Florida Folk An"open house 'was held 'at the

1024 I Our Elves Will Work Hard to Help Santa make Your Wishes, Festival home of Carl and Thelma Broughton
For Reservation Please Call 282-1111 ext. i Come True. The program for the month used in Graham on November 2
the Thanksgiving theme in "Hymns celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary -
c IL ie L j Me Appreciate Your Patronage I. of Priase" on the piano. Some were .

12 +file'Pl1D'ntlt6t'Ptlk''dle'etlls'lflbpflli'r' 19' SIR'd1l! 1A6'Bl1FUlfl 'Alll'B! given in variation and as medleysand Many guests were received bet

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Those were refreshments
taking part on program by Mrs.
were Club President, Mrs. Nell Millie Winkler, Mrs. Barbara Sir-
Pre- Mann, and Mrs. Eloise Ramsey, mopoulos, Mrs. Barbara Holl-
Mrs. Vera Clyatt, Mrs. Sue Gainey, ingsworth and Mrs. Maxine Looney.
Mrs. Blanche Brown, Mrs. Dene The family wishes to thank all the
Ward Mrs. Rettie Mae Parish and many relatives and friends for com-
IFT ID = Mrs. Mamie Jo Douglas.A ing with their good wishes. A special
covered dish luncheon thanks to those who
Sale Using light colors In a small room was en- helped in
makes it seem largar. joyed by all. preparation of this wonderful event.

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l expense everyone must share. water heating system with your new heat pump to
HOURS aawvr J Installing a high-efficiency central heat pump can save even more money.
cut your heating costs up to 40% because Its more "Ib find out how to qualify for a cash Incentive
1I4AT&IN'c.: efficient than a conventional electric heating system. ,and to get more information on'energy management
9.5Saturday In the winter the heat pump extracts heat frorftlthV: 'call our 24-hour toll free number 18008217700..

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.1 Hampton Hilites UMW Bazaar
News: > T"---' -, r'iJ -? Set For Nov. 20

by h'lort'lIl\h'nl( Birthdays... Keir Ford was given this award The annual bazaar of the First

Phone 468.1918Cub Nov. 16. Donald McWilliams and for October. United Methodist Church in Starkeis

Evangelistic Pent. J.O.Y. Dinner... Scouts Bake Sale.. Paul Bawck; nth Shawn Sheppardand scheduled for today Thursday, in
Randall Glisson; 19th Zina Farewell to Ilawcllffe the church's Fellowship, ]tall.
Prophetess Paula Woulard will be The Kingsley Lake J.0.Y. Sunday Sat., Nov. 22, the Tiger Cub Scout Beth Young and Tiffany Clark; 20th Students... This annual event will feature
conducting services School class will hold their Troop 16.15' will hold a bake sale at
November 21.23 regular Debra Truett: 21st Michelle Teachers and Classmates bade handmade crafts, holiday decorations -
at the Evangelistic Penta costa I monthly covered dish luncheon in the Hampton Handy Way Store. Strickland, Tahra Francis John farewell to the Rawcliffe children homemade goodies, canned
Church located at 730 Pine St. Ser- the fellowship hall Friday Goodies will be avilaole from 9 a.m. Glen and Brandy Phillips; 22nd who spent their last day on Thursday jellies and 'Marba's' pickles.
vices will begin at 8:00: p.m. November 21, at 12:00: noon. until noon. Mike Gowen.Hampton. at Hampton Elementary before United Methodist Women will
You are invited to come and help All senior citizens are invited. This troop wishes to thank the moving to Puerto Rico. They are have the luncheon special of

lilt up the name of Jesus. Pastor There will be a guest speaker. Griffin Industries for their donation. Elem. School delightful well mannered and In- soup/chili with drink for a $2 donation -
Prophetess Juliette Long. They are also grateful to all who supported 5th and 6th Graders dustrious students. with sandwiches or desserts for
their last bake
sale. entertain at PTA... "--. Their grandparents Ml. and Mrs. 75 cents.

St. Marks Episcopal Begins Enjoying Retirement... Tuesday, Nov. 11, the HamptonPTA William Watson, report that the The 'Homespun Christmas'
I Mrs. Virginia Roark has retired held a meeting at the school children are already enrolled In bazaar will feature the country pan-
after working with the mentally han with the president, Debbie Don- school in San Juan. They are enjoy try, old book stand home bakery
New Christiantity CourseSt. dicapped at Sunland Training nerstag presiding. ing their schedule of leaving home at rummage sale plants and white

Mark's Episcopal Church Jesus, was then shown to be the Center for the past 30 1/2 years. She Following the meeting parents 6:30: a.m., and swimming from 3 to 5 elephant as well as the crafts.
looks forward to relaxing,and pursu- and teachers were entertained witha before a minimum of 1 hour of Door prizes will be awarded
short in "Basic means to wholeness and
began a right
ing her hobbies. mini-concert homework. They speak both throughout the day
own presented by 5th and Spanishand
Christianity and Living the Life ofGrace" relationship with self, God and Bth Nancy Odom and Joan
others. Visitors... graders. Music instructor, English. Agin are
on Tuesday Nov. 11. The Carole Stevenson, led the students in Major Fred M. Rawcliffe will be serving with Diana Josey as
course is intended for those who The topic for the second sessionwas Mrs. A. J. Johnson and her a medley of patriotic and popular assigned to duty in San Juan for chairmen! for the bazaar which will
wish to inquire about the Christian "Entering Into the Life of Grace mother, Mrs. Ida Hyde of Mon- songs. three years. He and his wife Jency, be from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
faith. Classes are held on Tuesday and Obstacles Along the Pathway." ticelio, spent from Thurs. to Sunday left Fri., Nov. 14, with their children Come early for free coffee.
evenings beginning at 7:30: p.m. in The nature of faith will be discussedin with Ressie and Dolly Jo Dowling. Carnival Successful... Evelyn, Rocky, Russell, Ara and!

the Church. this session. Consideration will George ahd Gwen Ward of Columbus Lewis Marney, Halloween Carnival Carlie. We wish them much success School MenusNov. I
The first session was a presenta-- then be given to those things we encounter .Georgia, spent several days last Chairman reports the profit of and happiness in their new home on
tion of"The in New Images." in life which act as obstaclesin $1920 with
Gospel week with Mr. and Mrs. Lacy (Bill) everyone enjoying that the beach.
This our relationship with God and Nov. 24 Nov. 25
involved the use of contem- Young. Nov. 13 celebrated 1st evening at the school.
porary images and understanding of which tend to draw us away from a Jewel's birthday. Gratitude goes to all who participated Christmas Concert Bradford Elem.& Middle School i

our humanity to present the biblical life of fellowship with him. and supported this eyent. Planned... Monday: Macaroni Cheese, corndog cabbage
message summarized by Paul in The class is being led by the Rev. Christy Roark is now living with Children are already practicing slaw, peaches, milk.

Romans 3:23: ,. "for all have sinned Gilbert T. Crosby Rector of St.Mark's. her father Dennis (Buddy) Roark, Kid of the Month... for the Christmas Concert to be Tuesday potatoes &Baked giblet turkey buttered& dressing or mashed broccoli
and fall short of the glory of God." For further information and her grandmother Mrs. Ruth Russell Rawcliffe received the presented at the school on Dec. 16, w/cheese sauce cranberry sauce peas pumpkin
God's offer of unconditional love Incarnated contact the church at 9646126. Dennison. She is enrolled at Brad- honor of being Kid of the Month for under the direction of Carole Steven pie, hot rolls milk
in the Nazarene Carpenter, ford High School. November. son.AttMOUNCI Wednesday Thanksgiving Holiday
Thursday Thanksgiving Holiday
Friday Thanksgiving Holiday.
Bradford Middle School student have a choice
I Kingston Family EvangelicalTeam of a hot lunch or a salad bar.

Heading_ for Pine Level Gi. slaw Monday peaches: Macaroni Bradford milk. cheese High School corndog cabbage

Rev. Bill Kingston and family of U.S. for the past few years. He is a Tuesday It Baked turkey buttered It dressing mashed or
potatoes giblet gravy green peas
St. Cloud. Florida is scheduled to be most unusual preacher and singer. broccoli w/cheese sauce,pumpkin pie hol rolls,
Renee DavisMr.
Brent who is Christian Curtis Leon NelsonBen Heather
special guest speaker and singers at Kingston a milk.
Pine Level Baptist Church this Sun- magician, will conduct services for and Evalina Nelson proudly & Mrs. Elmer B. Davis IV, of Lindsay Leigh Brown Wednesday Thanksgiving Holiday.
Nov 23. Rev. will be the childrens churches on Sunday Starke proudly announce the birthof Thursday: Thanksgiving Holiday
day, Kingston announce the arrival of their new their daughter Heather Renee, Dennis and Vonda Brown of Friday Thanksgiving Holiday

morning. son, Curtis Leon, born November 1 born November 7 1986 In Alachua Starke announce the birth of a AlaCarleMondays
in the
preaching morning and evening Pine Level Baptist Church is at Shands Ibs. ,
Hospital weighing 8 4
services. He, his wife and son. located three miles west of Starke on > General in Gainesville. daughter Lindsay Leigh born Oct. French fries, milkshake orange juice,
Brent, will be singing in both ser highway 100. Pastor Roman Alvarez /3 Curtis OZS. brothers Maternal grandparents are Mr. & 11 at Lake Shore Hospital in Lake Ci- pizza, hamburgers..
two ,
joins Kelly Tuesday! Cheeseburgers pizza french fries
Mrs. Gene R. of Starke.
vices. extends an invitation to all to attend Murphy ty.Maternal
and Travis and a sister Kathy. corndogs milkshakes orange Juice.
Maternal is Mrs. grandparents are Gene
these special services. Bible Study Wednesday: Thanksgiving Holiday
After pastoring for over twenty begins at 10 a.m. Morning Worshipat Maternal grandparents are Curtis Evelyn Murphy of Winter Garden. and Rachel Carter of Live Oak. Thursday Thanksgiving Holiday.
years, Rev. Kingston entered the 11 a.m. and the service and Frances Muse of Starke. One Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Paternal grandparents are Carl Friday Thanksgiving Holiday.
field of evangelism and has been begins at 6:30: evening aunt Julie Morris of Starke and one Mary Lou Atwall of Starke. and Ida Lee Brown of Starke .Each day students have a choice of a hot lunch,
preaching in churches all over the p.m. uncle William Muse, also of Starke. salad bar or they may purchase a-la.carte.

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NOTICE OF BRADFORD COUNTY Avenue, Starke' Florida.Copl.s Do'ed 'his 19th day of November JUVENILE DIVISIONIN
HEALTH FACILITIES of this proposed addition maybe A.l)" 1986 in Bradfoid Coun'y. IN THE CIRCUI1 COURT EIGHTH THE INTEREST OF:
AUTHORITY MEETING obtained at the Superintendent's Offices 11/20"'pd 12/11 JUDICIAL CIRCUT IN AND FOR CANDY N. WENNER. DOB: 06 09 8),

LegalNotices YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., - '---'-'-'- BRADI-ORD COUNT Y. FLORIDA STEVEN B. MARSHALL. DOB: 093083,
the Bradford County Health Facilities Monday through Friday. CASE NO.::86 .21.CA Mn.11 Childieii.
Authority will hold a public meeting In This is in compliance with the Florida IN Rt: The Moiilageuf AMENDED SUMMONS AND NOTICE
the Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, Statues' Chapter 12054 as enacted by IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of FLORIDA GLEN DALE BAXLEY. rtllTIONrOR
Florida on Thursday November 20 1986 Legislature. Husband,
at 7:00: p.m. The purpose of the meeting Dewey B. McKinney FOR BRADFORD COUNTY and THE STATE Ot HORIDA:
will be to award the Bonds of the Bradford Asst. Superintendent CASE NO.: 86.476 ROBERTA LYNN BAXLEY
County Health Facilities Authority Bradford County Schools DIVISION: Wife TO: JANIh MARSHALL
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO and 11/2o 31chg 12/ IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF Addles Unknown
and for setting final Interest rotes NOTICE OF ACTION, CONSTRUCTIVE
terms in connection therewith. SERVICE:
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida INVITATION FOR BID and Addicts, Unkn
ll/201tchg TO: ROBERTA LYNN BAXLEY wi.
Statutes notice is hereby given that Ih.und.rslgn.d. JUDY A. CONNERS,
The Bradford County Board of County PINES APARTMENT. 1165 -
Leonard M. Booth and --- ----- Wife.
Commission Invites interested partiesto ST. MARY. GEORGIA RAYMOND JOHN WENN R. II
Louella M. Booth PO Box. 135 Breaker NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO submit a bid for the construction of 5 NOTICE OF ACTIONTO YOU ARE NOTIHtD ''da' an action for Add,ess Unknown
FL 32622 lolnt owners doing business REGISTER shallow wells at the Bradford County : JOHN C. CONNERSco dissolution of "laiiiage dot been filed,
under the, firm name at Brooker Small located SR 100 S. of Starke. Peninsula Ford You -'iliod,!
FICTITIOUS NAME Landfill on ogaiiis y'u and yiu are required to oie hereby 'Uo o pe'rim
Engine Repo r' PO Bo* 135 Brooker FL Florida. ,.,.. ..., ... 1380 Ocean DriveHomei under oa'li, c 'f which lied
.fictitiousJ '"' 1< Pursuant'. S.cthn"865.09\\'-Florida v- ..<..".C serve a Copy "f'l 'U' wll" "defejue" if fj. py !js q"a:
32622'Jntends\ register said be used ; Alaska 99603 .. h..'.', has been filed I In lie'ab/ .
JJf( Statutes notice Is that the These wells are to a* any to I I' on Eugene F. Shaw Husband'sa"nney ii' ve s'yled
hereby given
name under ,the aforesaid statute.' piezometer and monitoring wells and YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action white oddness Is 925.E North C ui' f'r l.e 1 pal' 0".,'"* c'.1 n I I'." e..'
undersigned J. E. Milligan 8 AMJ Inc. a
Dated this 12th day of November. have specific construction standards to for dissolution of marriage has been Temple Avenue, S'arke H iida 32091 of CANDY NICOLE WtNNL-R. o fe."o.e:
A.D. 1986 in Bradford County business partnership under joint the firm owners name, of doing JEM be met. Specifications may be obtained filed against you and you are required to nn or before Dece,i.bei, 8. 1986 and file, child. bii. "->i. Jui.e 9, 1981. a' Jocks..,
II/204tpd 12/11 P.O. Box 698. Starke, from Bradford County' Solid Waste Dept.. serve a copy of your written defenses, if 'lie original wi'li 'lie,, cle,k ,f this court vllle Duvai Oii''y. S'a'e .f Hido I and.
_______ ---.------------- Florida PROPERTIES Intends to said Darrell ONeal Director P.O. Drawer B, any, to It on D. Wyatt Johnson petiIloner's either, belno seivlre 'n, Husband'i attomeyoi STEVEN BRADLEY MARSHALL a n ale
NUIICbOr I INTII' I.vN fictitious, 32091 name under the register aflr.salds'a'ut. Starke, Florida, ((904)) 964.6280. attorney whose address is Post li-n.nedio'ely eaf'.r; otherwise child b'n, "?, !tep...i bei 30 1983. a'
.. 11/ 1tchg Office Box 656 Melrose, Florida, on or a defoul' will be en'eied, against Jocks ''.vi,"., Duva C 'uII'y. S'a'e of
before the 30th day of December 1986 Fl- ida, 'he, Depot' ,* ofHeoi9and,
for 'the lehef den onded in the pell en
FICTITIOUS NAME Da'ed this 30'h of Oc'ober, A.D. you
day and file, the original with the clerk of this Rehobili'a'ive Seivuek, f".1 subsequen'adp'
Pursuant to Section' 865.09. Florida 1986 in Bradford Coun'y. NOllCfcOr INTENTION either before service onpetitioner's tion.DATLD .
court Mils .bei 'n, and ate heieby' c.uimm'id
Is that the 11/20 TO REGISTER on 4 N ve"i 1986. Y'U
Statutes notice hereby given 10/3D4tpd ,
attorney or Immediately, GILBERT S. BROWN ed '" be and appeal bef ie '".
undersigned Donna Verkerk 431 NE HCTITIOUSNAMEPursuan1 thereafter; otherwise a default will be Hin-lobe, '' Ge H. Pieice, ,
k the Ac'mg
As Cie of I CourtBY ige
Gainesville Flo. 32601. sole Sec'lon 865.09 FloridaS'a'u'es
lOtli St. PUBLIC NOTICE o entered for the relief
against 'I'Ie Crow
you Judge Cui. o"he Biod
owners doing business under the firm The Bradford School Board ", 'Ice is heieby, given tho"he demanded In the complaint or petition. : Ma''ho S. JnhniAs ford C 3
C--un'y 'o'"n a' 00.clock
County l Clerk use.
name of TLC Massage Clinic, 118 S.Thonpsln. Starke, Florida ,d a Public Hearing undersigned Rii.nle L. Aus'ln, P.O. B" (Storke Fla., \Intends, to on a proposed addition to Board Rule 225 Law'ey. Ho, snle owner d'li. a Cu'y, 11 'I y.u'hU.
register said fictitious, nome under the, *6Gx4-3.04, Job Descriptions; Systems business u'der'Ia, firm. name -f "T, ur" Clerk of Court .' appeal a' a heailng, "u 'he. da'e
afoiesald statute Analyst/Programmer, on December 15, of Class' De-oil au' cleaning 981 N. By: Beulah Moody11204tchg THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH and 'i, '
a' 'he e specified. Y" Do'ed Mils 7th doy of November. A.D. 1986 at 7 p.m., in the School Board Roomof Temple Avenue,, S'aike, Flo., ii.'ei.ds, 12/11 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR nd. be 'ica'ed
appeal m lesp will as ocni'sep''n
1986 in Bradford County the Bradford County Schools Administrative reglt'ei, said, fic''ius, na,ne undei' 'lie 1 BRALJ ORIJ COUNi Y. FLORIDA pea*,.Onen* < i.ii.nl'il.en* and
11/134'pd 12/4 Offices, 582 North Temple aforesaid s'a'u'e, ("ASS NO. 84 6".CJ2 613)) you will n.anen'ly' .lose oil legal igh's'

I>.- r o. e ro'el' I.' 'I i.e child .->i child,enoi.
otd it. he, .Pe'l'lon fii Peni.aneii' C.,,,,
n.I.ien. o"ached''I,Ili Su,",,,msWIINtSS .
n.y hn..d as 'I,a Cleik of said
C 'Ui' a..d 'I.. Sea: 'l.eie' 'f gds 2/'h day
..f Or' .Lei 1986
Gel,k .if 'he Cnui'
By Barbara 'alll.1D..pu'y

,Tt' Win A Turkey 1I/6"'clogll/21

.. .. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that' the Cityof

For ThanksgivingTurkeys Starke., Florida by and through its
governing body or its representativethe

We've got a turkey for you ( "City') will hold a public hearing on
Thursday, December 4, 1986 at 4 00
p.m., or as soon after as can be accom
RULES Each space below represents some business firm of Bradford County. Use the scrambled letters and ar inodated. at the Commissioner's Roomat

range them to spell the firm's name EXACTLY, using all the letters and punctuation marks to enter this contest. the City possible Hall In Issuance Starke. Florida of Its to Industrial discuss

To Be The first THREE persons submitting the correct or nearest correct answer BEFORE 12:00: Noon on Monday, Development Revenue Bonds currently

November 24 will be awarded turkey for Thanksg Ivlng. estimated not to exceed 4,000.000 (the
Given i Away "Bonds"), In one or more Issues and/or
series pursuant to Chapter 159 Port II,
NAME PHONE Florida Statutes (the "Act") the proceedsof
the Bonds If issued would be loanedto

formed by him or to an affiliated or
YUCTSOEIIMC WANDa related person or entity or assign ('the
Borrower") to assist' it In financing' the
cost of acquiring constructing and
equipping approximately. 120 bed
nursing home facility located at a site
just North of Bradford Drive and Call
Street, all within the city limits of Stroke,

PIOAKENANAGAEA "Protect") for the purpose of providing
SOYUCPARDL health care services to the citizens of 'the
City and thereby improving the living
conditions and opportunities of the City.


All persons Interested in the Issuanceof
the Bonds or the location or purposesof

the proposed project are Invited to attend
:, the foregoing public hearing and
Y they will be given an opportunity to express
their views concerning these matter .

I This notice Is given pursuant to Section .
NOERHC RBOERGE I M.DIAAUARTSNTENRHACI 147f( ) of the Internal Revenue Codeof

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American Legion Auxiliary Kim Brown Honored With LuncheonMiss

I Dolphin News the luncheon with Miss. .
Undertakes. 'Special Project,: : :' :< <;>< s.. Mitch Holsenbeck Kim Brown,was, bride-elect honored witha of (,relatives Brown were Including twenty-two her mother friends Mrs.and

President Antoinette Cods inform. her first official duty by placing'a luncheon Saturday, November IS, Dale Brown. Others were her grand-
Thanksgiving at Lawteyby at Lawtey Elem.!: A dollar donation i Is I ed the ladies that the Dept. Presi- wreath, with Mrs. Coss, at the at the Bradford Family Restaurant. mothers, Mrs. Robert McRae and
requested. dent, Helen Deethardt Veterans Memorial in Hostesses were Mrs.James Blood- Mrs. Thornton Johns
Wendy Cowle has a special Starke on ; groom's
will be
Okefenokee Joe showingthe worth Mrs. Marvin
: Brown Mrs.
Some project for the Veterans Day. mother Mrs Calrel.
of the classes at Lawtey auxiliary at their Joyce
Klein students of Lawtey Elementarythe / meeting Tuesday A Christmas covered dish Charles. Francis, Mrs. Carl Hurst, The hostesses Kim with
dinner presented
are doing interesting thingsfor evening, Nov. 11, .*
snakes of their Mrs Ben L.
their Thanksgiving celebration.The at the Legion Hall. is planned for the Legion membersand Moxley, Mrs. George the sugar and creamer in her chosen
PlerrA' and_ Mra Mlnhanl. ,
.. .. Govtnn.,
"The Auxiliary Dec. u -- n ---- w.
Innocence on 9 at 7 All
sixth grade will have a Beta Club Officers... of Childhood"which p.m. cnma parrern
Thanksgiving feast. The second includes the prevention 01 were requested to bring a wrappedgift
grade is making booklets, head- by Deena Parker child abuse missing children and for veterans confined to the V.A. Brown Holsenbeck Wedding Nov. 29
bands, tomahawks and they will also The Beta Club of Lawtey Elem. children and drugs is the special pro- Hospital. The
ochool and
hear a story. The first grade is mak- elected officers on Nov. 14, 1986. ject and the ladies were urged to The mid-winter conference of the Mr. & Mrs. Dale Brown of Starke HIKII Office is employed
ing turkeys, booklets and art. They are as follows: Anna Ranjbar, take an active part in this very American Legion Auxiliary Is announce the upcoming marriage of Shop.Mitch is of Bradford
Kindergarteners are cooking president; Gia Griggs, vice president special project. scheduled to be held in Sarasota on their daughter, Kim, to MitchHolst'nbeckl a
School and is employed at
Thanksgiving food, watching films ; Tiffany O'steen, secretary; The Auxiliary was reminded to bring Nov. 22 and 23. Auxiliary membersand son of Joyce Clairel of High Gas of Starke.
and doing art. Angie Redding, assistant secretary; their spiritual versus for our their husbands were invited to a Starke and Earl Holsenbeck of Sawyer
Deena Parker, reporter; Brian Redding social at The wedding will be November 29
which is being Haisley Lynch Unit 16 in Jacksonville.Kim andgarden
Chaplain; and Bradley Ball, Chaplain ladies Gainesville 1986 at 2:00: p.m. at the home
Mr. Brownlee... SergeantatArms.The by Lucille Stieh The on Tuesday evening, is a graduate of Bradford of Mr. & Mrs. Robert Ward.
Nov 18 at 7
ShufordMr. were reminded about making lap p.m. to meet Dept.
by Jury. James Brownlee is Band induction ceremony for the robes and kit bags for the veterans President Helen Deethardt
Director at Elem. He has new members will be Dec. 9, the at the various Veterans Hospitals in The Legion along with the Aux-
Lawtey night of the Christmas P.T.O. Florida. Bingo workers also will! be participating in the I
been here for six years. He likes are Stare Thank You !
meeting at Lawtey School.Prekindergartcn I
needed for parade.
coif, computers and dirt bike riding.. Legion Bingo at the
lie got his diploma at Jacksonville Legion Hall every Monday night at Initiation of new members is to be
University. He likes teaching the class... 7:30: p.m. held on Feb. 10, 1987 at 7 p.m. with
band and when asked whath is motto by Erin Wilkerson Mrs. Coss announced that the Pop- the next meeting of the Auxiliary to

was, he said, "The band is only as Mrs. Ross' pre-kindergarten class py Girl, Alyson Dugdnle.: performed be Jan. 18, 1987 at 7 p.m. /
good as their last performance. did a unit on Traffic Safety. Their .
theme was stop, look and listen -

Band News.. before you cross the street. They :[
ended the week with a field trip to

The by Mrtiiii: Law ley Smith Elementary Band didit the traffic student light in Lawtey.The 11': aftn I Commissioner of AgriculturePaid
helpers are Theresa
They showed their stuff at the :
High School Football game on Nov. Juchniewicz, Carla Felton, Maryan L Political Adv.
Jenkins, Clara Jenkins, Khiana 1&7
7, llMth. It was a big success. The
band marched played and behaved James, Veronica Williams, Alexia ,' \ ..
Mack, Tracy Bryant, Danny Col-
well.Future .
very events planned are the eman, Peter Juchniewicz, Deena I. 'I"; a' Home Entertainment
Parker, Glenda Rosier Gretchm '
Starke Christmas Parade and the 0.1.:
Ocala Christmas Parade. Crews students and help Brandi prepare the Ward.classroom These : ; 8:98Local Concepts

The Snake Show... every morning.
Their next unit will be on weather.
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Tuesday, Nov. 25, OkefenokeeJoe and learning more about (By Stump's Dept. Store)
will be presenting a snake show
the sun, clouds and air Authorities SpeakAt


President Thomas acknowledged the elderly, shut-ins or any citizen
NOTICE TO the new members and guests at the who needs such protection and atten- '
Woman's Club Thanksgiving luntion.. Investigator Denton discussed SPECIAL'/
cheon held November 12. Mary Sue the 911 emergency number impress
Rahn, Jan Powell and Betty Costell ing!upon everyone the importance of
were guests of members Lillian having this number on a telephone.
OWNERSFlorida Stump, Betty Haas and Maria Any member who wishes to share 3 at reg. price
Stephenson. and show an object of art she has

After the meal, Roxanne done during the past year should
Law requires that all Mobile Ruckdeschel chairman, introduced have it ready for display at the Get 2 FREERent
Chief of Police Jimmie Bowen and January 14 meeting. A holiday i
Homes have a current decal or either be! Investigator Don Denton of the wreath was won by Bobbie Wike. Saturday, Return Monday
Bradford County Sheriffs DepartAfter reports from all chairmen l
assessed on the Tax Roll.If ment. Chief Bowen spoke on the were given, President Thomas adjourned NO MEMBERSHIP FEE ,-

police call-in service provided for the meeting. *
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you have already received a notice ofl Community News Movie Rental Mon.-Thurs.

violation and have not taken care of it, Elizabeth H64-rxi; Walker: I

you need to do so at once. The second Concerned I
Citizens... Starke
notice that you receive will be a mandatory The monthly meeting of the Concerned Elementary NewsPTA

Citizens is set for Monday,
court appearance. November 24 in the gym. Parent/Teacher Teacher of the Week... ing, for volunteering in our class on
All members
are asked to be pre Fall Fun Day.
sent.' Conference Night... This interview was conducted by We are also proud of our Superstar

Please display your decal on the front ] Girl Scout Meeting Tuesday night, November 18, wasa Dana Newsome, from Ms.Tets"ne's Spellers: Christy Paulk, Angle Grif-
fifth class. Dana is
PTA parent and teacher con- fis, Casey Jackson, Jason Bennett,
window so.the inspector can see it. Girl Scout Troop 1184 meets each ference night. Conferences were a student in Mrs. Rother's Gifted -r.
Wednesday in the gym at 3:30: p.m. held in teacher's classrooms from program.Mrs. .
Lynn WElch..JIelislllM.cLeQ4.!: ;
Parents are asked to cooperate and 7:00 8:30 This conference
: -
Special recognltion'goes to
send the girls to their discuss ,
meetings. night was to child's Cindy DeValerio teaches
Thank your progress Jackson. She has made 100 percenton
you, Great opportunities are waiting for in school.Principal's. third grade at Starke Elementary.She all of her spelling tests this year.
Esther Hall you. has been teaching for four
Talent Show... Message: years. In her classroom she has
Tax Collector special treats for her students.Someof Mrs. Patterson
be a Talent Show spon- them stickers certificates 4th Grade...
are ,
sored by the Concerned Fall Fun
964-6280 ext. 243 Citizens Friday DayA stars,free time,hugs,kisses,candy,
We carved Jack-O-Lantern
night at 8:00 a on
: pm. at R.J.E. ( Big Success)... and popsicles.Mrs. .
gym. Oct. 28th. Thank you to Mrs. Gilpinfor
The public is invited to display Starke Elementary students, staff donating the pumpkin. Our Fall
members, parents, and administrators
your talent. Singing and dancing DeValerio went to school in FUn Day was a big success. A
enjoyed "The Fall FunDay"
groups are welcome Hollywood, Florida and she special thanks to the following
held Friday, Oct. 31st. Activities
Prizes will be given. graduated from the University of parents for volunteering: Libby
ranged from Face Paintingto Carlton Jane demons
Florida. Her hobbies are embroidery Cheryl
SPORTS FANS! !- Musical Chairs and included a and crewel work. She likesto Meng, Kathy Bennett, Daryl
[ 1 very popular Sweete Shoppe. cook and read also she enjoys Brewer, Glenda Sutton, Barbara
LOST Profits from the "Fun Day" were
t spending time withheriiamilyand is Gilpin, George and Virgil Stanell
not large in money, but because all married to Jim DeValerio. He is a Sally Groves, Cindy Wheeler and
1 students participated, it was a
I Susan Gaskins.
? forester. have Justin
They one son, ,
Reward leading to GREAT success for all students.
BETYOU I who is four years old. They are expecting -
Many parents and teachers were so
another child in June. Spelling Superstars Robbie
return of 1 old e :
that "Fun
year jt| t l pleased Day" may
"Mrs. De's" anniversary is July 1 Bassett, Anthone Bright,Jeff Chitty,
become annual affair. Thanks to
DIDN'T blonde Cocker Spanial r'l ; all those an who participated. and her birthday is March 6. She Donald Hardy, Nicky McNelly,
'' likes Christmas the best of all the Brian Sutton, David Wheeler,
d I Scout News... holidays. Mrs. De is very fond of Jessica Bennett, Erin Brewer,
children. She loves working with LeAnn Carlton, Sarah Groves,
to you Call Terry m i ? r.1 Cub Scouts held a meeting on them and thinks they are very Katina Hampton, Karla Harper,
special and important! Tina Meng, Beth Modesitt, Erin
By Orian Wells 782-3065 or 782-3940 tfjft i ? ) Thursday, Nov 13 at 7:30 p.m. A Stansell, Julie Walker.In .

special thanks to the parents who Science we have had several
Did you know that since the first helped with the Homecoming Mrs. Chapman. 3rd Grade... students bring In items of Interest.
Associated Press college football Parade and the parents who helped We would like to thank Mrs. Tammy April Gaskins brought in a cocoon.
poll in 1936, only 8 teams have with the Fall Fun Day. Starling, mother of Craig Starl- Sarah Groves brought in an Insect
Our Best 25 Chainsaw I
won the national championship 2 Super collection. Tommy Payne and Jeff
in snake .
years In a row-Minnesota In 1940 y Chitty"__ ,brought. _.. '-_.._'-, ._ skins.AJVnilll ____
and '41. Army In 1944 and '45. VIIWIVI UUgllb All BUII1Cplants.
David Wheeler brought in a
Notre Dame in 1946 and '47. "
OVERSTOCKUNDER Let Pam and Terry l\ dinosaur poster.I .
Oklahoma In 1955 and 56. { would like to express my ap-
Alabama In 1964 and '65. NebraskaIn Look for ." 11 to the studentsand
Design a New Fall You ; l 1 preciation following
1970 and 71. Oklahoma In 1974 their parents for returning their
and '75 and Alabama in 1978 and using Nexxus Products! t'G progress reports every week since
'79. PRICED .i"'" Aug. 29: David Wheeler, Jessica

OPEN: Monday-Thursday Friday 10 a.m. 7 p.m. '-..... Bennett, Sarah Groves, Tina Meng,
One of the most unbelievable ? and Erin Stansell.

football series of all.tlme was the FU Design Mad Math Minute Champion Er-
one between the University of Pitt. r 7 HURRY! Genesis Hair roll Hampton.
sburgh and Fordham University nch ear Spelling Superstars: Robbie
They played 3 games In 1935, '36 Quantity Limited 782.3065 Lawtey Bassett, Marvin Blye, Anthony

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straight 0-0 games! ;> > ypR7A G7C/ >tRK)1 4ai4t0lt Brewer LeAnn Carlton, April
sell for Gaskins, Sarah Groves. Katina

Hampton, Karly Harper, Tina
Here's quiz for you. There are $299.99 % Electronics Meng, Diane Newham, and Julie
Just 9 major-college football teamsIn Walker.
the nation whose nicknames
DON'T end In the letter "s". How NOW ONLY 132 E. Call ,Street Downtown Starke Mrs. Tetstone

many of the 9 can you name?They ,: 5th Grade..:

are the Alabama Crimson Tide, Illinois $1 9999 OPEN 10 a.m. 7 p.m. Business 964-4045 Our class enjoyed voting on Election -

Illlnl Navy Midshipmen, Day for Florida's Govenor and
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Notre Dame Fighting Irish, Stan. SAVE Powerful 2.3 CID engine I credit for watching voting results on

ford Cardinal, Syracuse Orange, $1 0 0 | Countervibe for comfort and safety SPECIAL television. As part of our Science
Tulane Green Wave and 'the Tulsa Deluxe comfort handlebarPoulan I unit, the students are earning extra
Hurricane. grip credit by growing molds at home.

Parents, please send back your
I bet you didn't know.. that this Black & White TV's As low As $2900 child's progress report (signed) on
Is the time to save on a new car at Friday if your child receives one on

Orlan Wells Chevy.Olds... where $nnoo ; Thursday.

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noon. Fill In all the blanks with either the name of the
p I =- team you think will win or "tie" If you think the game
will end In a tie. The person who picks the most .
games right will win the top prize. I
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was an all-girl football affair at The first round winners were the defeated the: freshmen to take first.
Bradford High School when the an- freshmen -who defeated the The freshmen were second and the
nual Powder Puff game was held in sophomores, and the seniors, who sophomores were fourth. '
front of a crowd of over 500 fans. defeated the junior girls. The seniors raised over l,0oo-on
The football games were spon- The the consolation round the the event, including ticket sales of
sored by the 1986 Senior Class and juniors boat the sophomores to over 400 and concession stand ra'' s.
was part of the school's Class of the clinch third place, then (the seniors
Year competition. \

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w SFCC to Play Ball at' BHS

The Santa Fe Community College letting his players learn by watchingthe consistency a little but is one of the
Saints basketball team, featuring Saints. most naturally talented athletes we
} former Bradford High School stan- Cooper, who played forward at have." *;
dout Herbie Cooper will play one of BHS for the Tornadoes last season,
their regular season games at the recently earned a starting spot'onthe Drost has the challenge of
+ r l r BHS gym Dec. 9 at 7:30 p.m. Saints, who are coached by Ken- coaching one of the smallest teamshe
t sr a"Wa 1'r r ds 'x, The Saints take on North Florida ny Drost. In the last four games has ever had, thanks to a key Injury -
Junior College in the contest and admission Cooper has been a real force, to center Ron Johnson, a 6'10"
is free of charge for both averaging in double figures in both player.
i'n\\it Purr.' .. BHS students and the general rebounding and points scored.
public. /'He is going to be a tremendousasset The Saints lost by just three to the
I'ouilrr full fool IiIP came l<. ItllS List I'riday i night \TMIS the Miplmiunrcs. .Aikrwiilliiliiis., Itii "
I in. .1 oprci.il I (hnnl-niKiiif t.,"sponsored! t ltIhr, srniorI ll.istiiifis\ /: nl.ind.i Tsxiin... r.ilritl.t II..... 'l'all/'liI; /: ; I'ill- The game is of special interest to to our squad, Drost com- same North Florida team last
,I .."... man, Siis.in IVlijJi! ,11I11lIila .l.ickson. BHS players, and BUS Head basketball mented at a recent exhibition match weekend so it should be a close, I
Coach Jay Godwin, who has played at Keystone Heights High competitive contest and entertaining -
I" 11'1I.\ In riGhl| this I'rc.hnicu
nl' lie
IDIII 111 pit lure I rescheduled a BHS game in favor of School. "He needs to Improve his for all of the fans in the area. I

I Lori SanD Qualifies for State after Third Place Finish I

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l.ori Sapp's third place finish at of the year in the Region I-3A meet High, and) Niceville were in a tight Heather Whitaker from Leon in The Boys... $ Thompson, 68th, 21:27. The boys ran
the Region I-3A cross country test in last Saturday, Nov. 15, at the Jake battle for third and fourth place. BK 11:56.: The top five girls and the top Boys Region 1-3A winner was their best race of the season at
Talluhiibsco: puts her in the top five Gaither Golf Course in Tallahassee got third place with 101 points, four teams qualify for state. Niceville High with 55 points. region, says Coach Loper. _
runners in the state says Coach One runner was within three secondsof Uscambia got fourth with 113 points, Bradford finishers were: Ramona Leon High was second with 59 "Personally, I feel they all are to
George Loper. his best times and two others were Niceville was fifth with 115,and BHS Tennant, 19th, 13:00: a personalbest points, Bishop Kenny was third with be congratulated. They hung tough
Sapp, a Bradford junior, placed within 10 seconds. was sixth with 119. ; Felicia Davis, 20th, 13:04: her 73 points, Lincoln High from when they had to, and prepared
fifth in the state last year and third !Neither the girls nor boys Tallahassee Leon won with 40 personal best; Kim Adams, 38th, Tallahassee was fourth with 91 themselves to peak at the right time.
the year before. Barring nn injury or qualified) for the state champion- points Middlfburg was second with 13:43: a personal best; Christ! liar- points.Bradford. They all gained a wealth of experience -
anything unforscen Coach Loper ships in Deland this Saturday. The 7'J. rell 39th, 13:44, three seconds off finished 12th with 310 and both teams in a
feels certain Sapp will place in the BHS runners concluded their seasonin Individual girl winner was Ellie her best time; Robin Manning, 40th, points. BHS was paced by team cap- rebuilding year did extremely well,"
top five again this year. Sapp, the Tallahassee with their best races Hunice from Middleburg in 11:34.: 13:48: per best time this season, and tain Robert Thorpe, 44th over-all, in says Coach Loper
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Sappof of the year. The BUS team peaked at Second was BK's Janet Dunn at Ashan Jenkins, 52nd, 14:40: 10 18:26: over three mile course, just 10 "Although neither team qualifiedfor
Starke is the only BHS runner to the district, region and state, as 11:44.: Lori Sapp paced Bradford and seconds off her best time. seconds off his best time. Other BHS state, which was somewhat of a
qualify for state this year. planned, Coach George Loper points placed third at 11:50,1.3 seconds off The BHS girls ran an incrediblerace. finishers: Benny Jackson, 65th, disappoint, especially for the girls.
All but three of the Tornado cross out. her fastest run ever. The fourth BHS team captain Lori Sapp 21:02: a personal best; Johnny But both teams are to be praised for
country runners had the best times BITS, Bishop Kenny, Escumbia place girl was Tracy Parks of led through the first mile of the two Thompson, 66th, 21:18: ; Rodger their effort to do the best that they
Escambia in 11:54.: Fifth was mile race. Padgett, 67th 21:26: and Keith could," the coach states.



November 18 1986 I BHS Underdogs Again at Santa Fealternate .

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. '-
BUS, 2-7 on the season and 1-5 in with the returning running The offensive line will have to play Hamilton, sam linebacker Eric Naz-

On November 18, 1986, Southern Bell filed a Section District High, 6-3 5,on must season travel and to 6-0 Santa district Fe back Rodney Mosley, back after its best game of the season to stay worth, rover back Greg Wiggins,
three weeks out with a back injury. with Santa Fe Coach Godwin.
221a( ) application with the Federal Communications champion, in the final ot the says
game Mosley with 365 yards gained, is the "I'd like to think we're going to and Darren Patterson, Cory Strong,
Commission In Washington, DC for authority to acquirethe season for an 8 p.m.game tomorrow leading Tornado rusher. suck it up and get after people. and David Hamilton in the defensive
night (Friday Nov. 21))
Starke, Kingsley Lake, and Lawtey, Florida telephone 1 It t will be another underdog perfor- Plus, QB Johnny Clark is still out.. That's" what we need to keep it secondary.
exchanges from the Central Telephone Company of mance for BHS. The Tornadoes will That leaves quarterback chores to close, Coach Godwin says.
foot- : center Brian Barton,
BITS will have to play super
Florida. have to play error-free football and 16-year-old freshman John Berry.
ball to have chance at beating guards Allan Wood and Dennis Cummings -
Berry has been showing lot of Improvement a
will have to score atleast 17 points to a tackles'
stay close to Santa Fe says offensive In practice this week. QB Sante Fe, Conch Hurse agrees. Malachi Billy Harrell and
Any member of the public desiring to protest or supportthe line Coach Jay Godwin. Jimmy Long, up from the JV is the T.; ire must be some offensive i Jenkins tight end David
William The
will be
drives BHS in the
to keep ballgame quarterback
Had for BHS is the back Injur backup quarterback.Plus .
application may communicate in writing with the \ of news running back Greg Pittman, tight end David Williams Friday night.. If BHS is to win, the John Berry, fullback Greg Wiggins,
Federal Communications Commission, Washington DC who is out for the final game. Pitt- had the flu this week and may not be defense cannot be left on the field running back shared by Darren and

20554, on or before December 29, 1986. man was hurt in pi actice when a big strong enough to go as usual this with the responsibility of not com wide Patterson receiver and Patrick Greg Pittman, and
tackle fell on his kidney, says Coach week. Malachi Jenkins is the backup Hurse.mitting a single mistake, says Coach Plus, Mike Stilwell has Diggs.shown Im-
Hnvul' Hursp. Darrin Patterson will TD. _
BHS has been playing real good provement at center. Stilwell has
defense the past few weeks. done a credible job snapping for
Probable starters for the Tornado punts and extra points since the In-
eleven are: jury of Robert Starling, says Coach
Defense: tackles Billy Harrell and Godwin.
Dane Clark or Michael Elder, weak And, tackle Andy Tison has shown
side end Malachi Jenkins, strong improvement and may see some ac-
side end Mike Grey, inside tion Friday night, Coach Godwin
oasjwyaurw linebackers Ron Brown and Bill says.

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STEAK 98 clinched, is 6-3 on the season and 6-0 strong Robert Clark, no. 72, 6-1,220,
$ Beef Liver . . .Ib... in the district. S.Fe will play tough 12,and Jason Chance, no. 74,6-2,190,
Inverness eleven in the district play 11. The guards are Derek Sells, no.
SHOULDER ROAST 1 off game. 51, 5-10, 180 12, and Frank Prevail.
All Meat On'the road for its final game of 5-9. 190 12. The center is RaymondHolloway
End Cut PORK CHOPS Ib. the season, BHS will meet the no. 54, 5-10, 175, 12.
$1 .79 closest thing to its 1985 team in Santa Santa uses a 4-4 defense, just like
Bologna . . .lb. Fe which is running the Tornado offense the Tornadoes. The Raider tackles,
._ .. the down linemen, are Williams
,i. . from last season, almost exactly -
.' '- . -- I Only difterence is Santa Fe Quarterman, no. 24, 6-6,145,11, and
runs from the I-formation, and BHS Paul Jenkins, no. 33, 5-10 165, 12.
Fresh Ground Raider ends are Daryl Townsend,
used one back or a split backfield.
$ Santa Fe beat North Marion, 5-4 no. 84, 5-9, 175, 11, and Corey Warren -
CHUCK STEAK I HAMBURGERCHUCK and 5-2 in district play, 21-0 last no. 9, 6.0,174,11.
week, dominating the Co ts. Raider Best Raider hitter is inside
Pat Williams rushed for 144 yards on linebacker Howard Freeney, no. 88,
ROAST Ib. 98Ib. 25 carries and scored two touchdownto 6-2, 205, 12, big strong, and ag
lead Santa Fe to the District 5 gressive, and reads defenses quickly. -
championship at Sparr. Freeney's running mate at
Santa Fe lost to Wildwood in the weakside LB is Gerry Davis, no. 35,
1mf. first game of the season, and has 6-0, 2tO, 12, who has good speed and
9 '
also and uses good technique.
root) lost to Gainesville High
> Live Oak. Sam linebacker is Danny Flagg,
Santa Fe uses the power-I forma- no. 50, 5-11, 170, 12. Rover back Is
IJLFTYi4 tion,with a split end,a slot back,anda Tim Zuidema, no. 8, 5-11,'170,12.
l ILJS flanker At times, the split end The defensive backfield is safely
moves to right half in a power runn- Jermiah Lee, no. 2, 5-9, 150, 12, whoIs
ing formation to supplement. quick and supports the run very
Favorite Raider plays are a quick well. Cornerbacks are Arthur
pitch from the power-I. The Raiders Wright, no. 25, 5-10, 155, 1, and Jeff
will also pull the right guard and Robinson, No. 1, 5-10,155,10,Robinson -
Pepsi Cola $ -j 19 PEPSI 89 tackle back to the weak side and is the best Raider defensive
back, a good hitter, BUS scouts
to the tailback. The
2 Liter I plus tax plus tax &depBBBBi pitch pitch
left is also run with the split end and report.
slot back cracking down. A very effective Santa Fe players switch around
1 play against Gainesville pretty much, but the quarterbackand
was the fullback dive, and big main running backs play little
OPEN & MARKET WE WILL I hoes were opened by the Raider defense. Santa Fe passes only when
CITY FISH behind or just enough to keep
8 am 7 pm BE OPEN Raiders run about 85 percentof defenses honest.

Tues.-Sun. HIGHWAY 16 STARKE JhanksglvingHAS the time, and are able to move the
football against everybody they, Santa Fe has about 18 real good
CLOSED have played.The offensive line is big football] players. 15 starters returned
YOUR MEAT SPECIALS : 'TiDAY: 'JI and physical. Fullback Purcell from the 1985 team.
and Santa Fe ranked 7th in Class
MONDAY r Jenkins, 6-0, 190, 12, is tall was
strong a good blocker, and a hard 3A football in Tuesdays papers.

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F k 1n OverAchieversBradford

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sr Jr. FFA Chapter Wins Top

+ is 2 Honors in Woods CompetitionBy

Mark Fried un skills many of the students will use
BCT Staff Writer in later professions.
r Local and regional Future The contest is designed to put a little -
; Farmers of America measured high-spirited competition into the
n distances through the forest zeroedin
4 r Forestry traning the FFA'ers
1, wM on plant identifications and other receive, and undoubtedly will lead a
useful activities at the annual FFA portion of the participants into
,, fr District Forestry Field Day held at careers in the field.
the Oleno State Park in Columbia "Most of these contestants are
County high school vocational agricultural
A large group of young FFA'ers students," explained Forestry Agent
attended the competition and the Dave Norton. "They will pick up
Bradford County Junior chapter wona some valuable skills they can use
citation and placque for their 4th later on in their careers through this
place overall finish. They were the program. The competition in this
only junior chapter among the top event is getting stronger each year.
ten teams. You really have to know your factsto
f:.... Sa Several students also won in- finish well In the standings."
,4r dividual honors at the competition, The students spent a part ol the
winning high marks when they accomplished day stretched out under the pines
completing written examinations
art ,I ? 1 1pi which covered general knowledge of
forestry and the student's practical
skills were tested in a variety of different -
exercises.The .
Il students learned to estimate
pulpwood and sawtimber volume by
mastering the sometimes tricky
T Biltmore Stick and by an eyeball
M estimation. They also were required
to measure off distance through the
A I afy forest trails by uniform pacing, the
sP p identification of the variety of different -
S tree species found in this partof
the country insects and diseases
which plague growers and learning
-- how to identify and use some of the
tools used in forest management.The .
best way to measure off
distance in the woods, according to
the students, is to keep a steady pace
while traversing through the
Woods Wise... palmetto patches so common in the
The Bradford FFA members of forest while avoiding the potholes,
the junior chapter placed fourth in logs and other obstacles to get an accurate -
the annual forestry competition held measurement.This .
this year In Oleno State Park. year's competition was com-
T -v4 The Bradford group placed fourth plicated when officials added a
y9&K %
** overall even though they competed triangular-shaped parcel of land in
%F. ;- against much older students In the which the students had to measure
day-long event. such tasks as measuringa the total land area. They accomplished -
i*. "*V /****"> -, '#*' ">* From left to right on the front row: volume estimation of pulpwoodand this measurment with a
L: ( Pam King. Dwight Allen, Lance sawtimber with a special tool mathematical formula.
k i Wiggins, Tommy Balkcom, Jennifer called a Biltmore Stick. The events in this years' competi-
\ mla1h,..InstrucUtI"Greg Alvarez, "We.were.very proud the skills e Hon were changed compared to last
and County Forestor Dave Norton. shown by this group of students," year to conform to the'hational FFA
In the back row: Don Davis Rusty commented Bradford FFA forestry contest with the addition of
y'1 1 Eberle, Grant Jones and Mike Spokesman Greg Alvarez of the the written test and combining the
Quails. Bradford junior chapter, which now identification of tree species, insects
Students had to be proficient In a qualifies for the state competition to and diseases into one event.
variety of important skills during be held at a different location at a The students spent most of the day
the competition, which included a later date. "Especially for their age In the forest, combining field exercises -
compass course (bottom right) and compared to the competition". with lectures by skilled profes-
written examinations (middle left). Bradford FFA'ers held their own sional forestry agents, who seemedto
in the stiff competition and many did have an endless supply of patienceIn
quite well when the results were in answering the many questions the

Niototl by Mod. ,,.dllii as the grading system produced win- SIT I'BKV KillWhich (
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November2o,19K6) SIXTION Pa (' ::1I

I U.S.. Army Cancels Controversial Re-zoning Request I IUy

MarkFriodlin FAA strongly objecting to a U.S. Army f Col. Davis said the request tor me restrictions be in effect 24 days out
The Federal BCT Staff Writer request. expanded area originated in a recent of the year during "A.T.'s" (Annual
Aviation Authority Young told council members at 1B expansion of the National Guard Training by visiting National Guard
(FAA) has announced the cancella- the time that the
proposed expansion under the Reagan administration "
and regular Army units), Davis
tion of plans to enlarge the U.S. Army's would pose a safety hazard and hurt "Congress has mandated a told council members before the
restricted airspace near the business at the airpark. decrease in the standing Army to vote. "During that 24-day period the
Keystone Heights city airport. City Councilman John Hendrix, ,' 700,000 men," Davis told council restrictions would be 'stratified in
The action to Chairman of the council's 1 >" ;
suspend the Army airport members. "This means we have to that area" in other words, if we
request was announced at a meeting committee, authored the resolutionsent I, Irr have more activity in the guard to didn't need all of that airspace up to
of the Keystone Heights City Council to the FAA. 6 maintain readiness. We were not fully 32,000 feet for a particular unit we
last week and should make it much "Jim Young obtained a copy of E' ? using the available airspace wouldn't ask for the entire area on
easier for local pilots to use the this proposal in Jacksonville," Hen- ; around Camp Blanding in the past that certain day. It would depend on
popular facility drix commented at the time. "It was and we simply want to use the the unit in training at the time."
Council members had expressedtheir never sent to the city as far as I can airspace over property owned by Addressing the noise issue, Co!.
concern about the proposal, tell. Our notice of this modification: Camp Blanding to meet these new Davis said the new gun
which would have extended the was totally inadequate in my opi- ;+ ,(, training requirments." emplacements would be pointed
restricted air space around the m The change extends the :..1. Col.! Davis said the artillery batteries toward the north and would be firing
military training facility at Camp res' led airspace all the way to the cannot fire at all angles with away from the airport and the city
Blanding up to a point adjacent to proi y line at the airport and yet the present restrictions and said the, into the ususal impact area locatedin
the Keystone Airport during a 24-day we have had very little time to reactor Army had asked for an increase in the middle of the Camp.
period each year, in the form of a respond. The purpose as I see it is the present restricted area both ver- The tubes (barrels) will be pointed
strongly worded resolution sent to to accomodate a whole range of activities J w., .a tically and laterally to accomodatethe away from town," Col. Davis said
the FAA after the request was an- including an expanded' use of training exercises. "The noise Is much greater in the
nounced in May.Keystone artillery In the area" The airzone in dispute is refered to impact area and that is where our
Heights Mayor Bill Reading from an Environmental as R-2903. The proposal would have men have always fired their
Beam, who discussed the issue with Assessment prepared by the Army expanded it in area to the northwest weapons. You might be able to hear
FAA officials and U.S. Rep Don Fu- Hendrix said the report 'did not findany boundaries of the Keystone Airportand the new emplacements, but only
qua In Washington D.C., told the 'significant environmental from the current 18,000 feet under certain weather conditions."
Monitor at the time that the city's damage likely' but did not mention altitude level up to 32,000 feet to give The training period each year at
resolution and his visit were factorsin Keystone Heights or it airport, Gold gunners a higher angle of fire for Camp Blanding lasts from April
the agency's decision to postpone Head State Branch Park or" any more realistic training.The through June. Col. Davis also said
their judgement on the Army request other socio-economic factors. proposal would have also increased the hours of operations are usually
which has now been cancell "The proposal would create new the restricted area over air- in a time of low air activity at the
firing positions near Sand Hill Lake, zone R-2904, which lies north of airport
ed.U.S.. Army representatives, who Lowery Lake and across the SR-16 to the north of Kingsley Lake. s.. Pog SA
informed the council of the details of highway from Gold Head park," "We are only asking that the
their request at the May meeting, Hendrix( said at the hearing. "The
said they needed the new restric- report does not reflect the noise of
tions to facilitate high angle artillery the new emplacements. To sum it ..f
firing as they expand the number of up, I have no confidence that the en- TERWILLEGAR
firing emplacements in use at the vironmental report is complete 'C fr MOTORS j' '
camp. enough, as the Army did not consult ,
"It gives us a much more realistic any of the state agencies, most EDDIE STARLING '
training environment to be able to notably the Department of En-
simulate all of the possible firing vironmental Regulation, and we NEW & USED
angles we might use in a real war simply did not receive adequate
situation," Army Rep. Capt. Ed notification on such a major
Davis told council members at that change." Bring in best
meeting. "We have to be able to The Army was represented at the your
train for any situation that might oc council meeting by Col. Ed Davis, deal, let me try to
cur. The ideal training area would who told council members the city Restriction Request Cancelled... beat it! '
give us the ability to fire at one was notified about the proposal in Private pilots in a wide area have come to appreciate the rmuirnriK" ;
point, take the guns down, move 1980, when the request was initiated. and new safety features at the Keystone Heights city airport, (above) STARKE
quickly to another point and fire which 1'Ilo'att.III\ portions of both Bradford and Clay counties I
again, just as it would be in a real COMMISSARYFOOD 1.lIstt't'k the KH city council announced that a proposed enlargementof 206 W. Madison
situation." FOOD STORESR I the leslricletl airspace around nearby Camp lilamling has been S64-7200 ,1
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Manager Jim Young told council 225 at US 301 Lawtey
members the proposed restrictedarea 782-3017 ,,
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I I SUCTION: No\ >ml>iT2ui; IIHII! / i '

I Pit Bulldog Owners to Feel the Affects of Clay Ordinance.Vi

! By Anne SpotiholtzI.KM ding to Clay County Animal Control. restrained or secured by the owneror The ordinance also states that it is There has also been concern expressed as she does in Bradford County, but
I Editor The new ordinance gives more keeper. now unlawful for a dog owner to per by area residents over the according to Renfroe, her requesthas
j The new Clay County Animal Ordinance authority to the Animal Control According to the ordinance, an mit his dog to defecate either willfully -/ fact that Clay County does not havean been denied
1 which was passed by the Department Head allowing the "animal at large" means any or negligently upon any public animal cruelty investigator.
Hoard of County Commissioners at Animal Control officers to enter animal, other than a cat, which is park or beach or school ground, Gordon Russell, with the Clay
1 their September 9 meeting and public or unfenced private property "not under control, custody, chargeor other than in areas designated for According to several sources, County Animal Control, said that
, covers a of regulations, from within the county to catch, seize or possession of the owner or their that purpose; or any private property when animal cruelty complaints are presently animal cruelty cases are
keeping dogs on leashes to where a pick up stray animals, animals at responsible person, by leash, chain, without the permission of the pro- filed, they do not receive what some coordinated between his departmentand
I dog I can defecate, went into effect as large, and fierce, vicious or effective voice command, secure perty owner. citizens deem to be the proper: atten- the sheriff's department, which
II ol Wednesday, November 12, accor dangerous animals not properly fence or other means of confinementor Violations of this ordinance will be tion. Barbara Renfroe, with Brad- has the arrest powers, he said.
restraint." enforced by both the county's ford County's Humane Society, has "Down the road we will need to
II. BILL'S CB RADIO & ELECTRONICS All dogs or cats four months or animal control division or any law asked to intervene and help with have one (a cruelty investigator),"
! older must now be vaccinated enforcement officer. animal cruelty cases In Clay County Russell said.
r 101-B Edwards Road StarkeHunters' against rabies by a licensed This ordinance raised controversy
veterinarian and "a tag must be at- because it contained a portion that
Special Thurs., Fri.. Sat.
only tached to the animal's collar, which spoke to the issue of pound seizure.As .
SUPER STAR 120 shall be worn by the animal at all adopted, the ordinance no
times." longer allows the release of animalsto
AM & FM 120 CHANNEL It is now unlawful for any owner or the University of Florida for ex-
keeper of an animal, other than a perimentation.In .
$139.9 cat, to willfully or negligently "allow September, some pit bulls attacked
the animal to run at large on any a registered quarter horse in
OTHER RADIOS ON SALE 3 DAYS ONLY public property or on any private the Oak Forest area in Keystone
property" except when engaged in Heights. The horse was so badly In-
lawful hunting or other such activities jured it had to be destroyed.
HURRY! 964-6897 HURRY! According to the police report i fd; 'a hl hlr
taken at the time the incident was 4
reported the dogs were running at
re4' Under the new ordinance, an I
owner allowing a dog to run at large
would dinance.be in violation of the or- ". 4,

The attack of the quarter horse,
@ S Ze4ttJn Out Patient also prompted area residents to take
the defensive as far as pit bulls are Y."t
concerned.One .
Services ,
local resident who asked not '
to be identified, indicated the new
Turkey Day Sale Monday FridayBy ordinance Is in accordance with his
feelings and said no dog should be
Appointment allowed to run at large, especially a
pit bull. He felt the owners of pit r

Perms . Reg. 38.oo . $3000Tony the bulls ones who who allow are their giving dogs the to run entire are

( and Christine Only) Bradford Hospital breed a bad name.
922 East Call Street "They should be confined behind a
We Like to Keep You Looking Good fence or on a chain.They are a good f'' .rye _
dog and I hate to see them get such a _
118 S. Thompson Street 964-4151 964-6000 bad name," the owner said.


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According to the owner of this Pit Hull terrier the reputation of these
animals has been Mcmislieil by irresponsible 0\\n'rs.

U.S 301 South Starke 964.6071 This dog is confined lo a pen and lusted I lit only under the owner'Ksupervision.


The dog showed aggressive behavior in the presence of both friends
and strangers \\ht'III.t'lealot'li from the pen by the owner.
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Florida wti Greens 49(: tra-- \ d

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ORDER Regular Menu Available 5-9 p.m. .

Tomatoes . . . . lb. 49 $ 29 pkg of 2 TO BE GIVEN
Family PackGround AWAY TUESDAY. The Strawberry Patch Restaurant

I Beef . . . lb. 89 Fruit Cake NOVEMBER 25th '
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Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm

121 Area Riders Participate in UC Frolics Located off 100 24th South Street towards, follow Keystone signs or take right on

UCRC by Janice Corespondent Farrlsh O'Steen. Small Fry Girls1st Marie for top overall high point winner bet- Please- wear the UC Riding Club Call 964-7109 & We will assist you Tues. thru Sat. 10-5:30

Union County's 21st Annual Fall Williams, 2nd Kathy Linzmeyer. ween David Keller (Small Fry Boys) shirts and coats or dress in blue if
Frolic drew 121 riders from adjoing Small Fry Boys1st David Keller and Bill Castlen (Toddlers). These possible.The Dwarf Azaleas 4 Colors
clubs including the Bradford Rop- 2nd John RObertsl Jr. Junior Girls- two are certainly long on talent! next ride will be Saturday,
ing Club and Clay Mavericks on 1st 2nd T.G. Nov. 22, at 7 p.m. D&Y LILIES -
Saturday Nov. 8. Hagen. Junior Boys- 1st Brent Andrews Notes... The UC Riding Club will ride in .

This year's Fall Frolic was a 2nd Robert Covington. If you missed the daywe missed the Christmas Parade on Saturday Nature
special event for the UC Riding Club 2nd Powder Janice Puffs- 1st Carol Roberts, you and you sure missed a good Dec. 6, with a Christmas dinner and All Sings of Jesus
with all proceeds going to the family Parrish. Seniors1st time! fun day set afterwards at the arena -Ifn b-
Ricky Ellington 2nd Mike Gaskins. -
of Logan Andrews who recently on SR-121.
underwent a kidney transplant. This Gracie Aliens1st Dot Andrews, 2nd Union County Riding Club New officers and the Riding Club'
special cause brought lots of Mildred Hagen. Jack Bennys1st members will ride in the UCHS Queen will be elected at the next
families and friends together to enjoy Gene Underhill, 2nd Roscoe Seay. Homecoming Parade tomorrow. business meeting on Dec. 8. VINYL SIDING

the horseback .
riding and a
delicious fried chicken dinner which Big .M. ...

was served at noon. Toddlers-1st Bill Castlen 2nd Car-
Several fun games were run In the rie Forsyth.Fingerlings-Trouble
afternoon with everyone watching to Hagen, 2nd Sara Beth O'Steen. '- -. I NEED 8 HOMES TO
see who could fit through the tire or Small Fry Girls- 1st Marie Williams HUNTING
circle ,the "Big M." If you missed 2nd Paula Loadholtz. SEASON TIRE SALEAll
these games you sure missed some Small Fry Boys1st John Roberts
fun! Jr., 2nd Bo Dudley. Junior Girls- 1st Tires Made in the Good Old U.S. of A. VINYL SIDING
Several of us "large adults"had a Melissa Williams, 2nd T.G. Hagen. TRUCK TIRES
hard time getting through the tire Junior MULTI MILE
Boys1st Jarrod Dukes 2nd
and jumping bacK on our horses Joshua Andrews. GRAN PRIX RVS GLASS BELTED INSTALLERS

while others got left behind when our Powder Puffs1st Janice Parrish 31 X 10.50 x.15 . '58.00 P195-75B14 . . '29.00
trusty mounts decided seek
to enter-
2nd Shirley Johnson. Seniors1st r. 31x11.50x15 . '
tainment elsewhere. 67.00 P205-75B14 . . '32.00 >
Winners for the day were Gracie Kelly Forsyth, 2nd Dennis Rogers. 33x12.50x15 . '78.00 P215-75B14.-. . '33.00 '

Ribbons presented with beautiful Rosette 2nd Sandy Aliens1st Craig. Jack Mildred Bennys1st Hagen 9 x 15 LT . . . '59.00 P205-75B15 ." . '31.00 TO QUALIFY YOU WILLS
first through- sixth ,
J.T. Bass, 2nd Roscoe
Seay. P22S7SB1S.f.. '
places. The top two riders in each Other Union County riders who 't.QQ Extra to Balance Tire .35.00
P235-75B15. VE
division for each event were: brought home ribbons were: Diedra Radial 6.00 50% OF SIDING COSTS

Davison, Angle Castlen, Jason XL Multi Mile Whitewall
Pole Event... P155 80R-13 . . . . -- --------- ----- -- -
Davison Brett Dukes, Joe Trowell, . . 30.00
Toddlers1st Carrie Forsyth, 2nd Bert Andrews, Mel Ellington Amy P165 80R-13 . . . . . '32.00
Jimbo Mosley. Fingerlings- Linda Prevatt, Ronnie Keller Danny Bass, P19S 75R.14 \0&P . . '37.00 .i.e. ENTERPRISES
Cheryl Lewis 2nd Andrews
Mary Osborne. Leonard
Small Fry Girls1st Marie Williams Christy Parker Tammy Lee Craig Kelly, P205 75R-14 JVt Vf X . . '39-

2nd Kara Dudley. Dukes, Shelly Trowell. P205 75R-15 . Vj-StfJV'. '. . . '42.00
Small Fry Boys-1st David Keller P225 75R-15 . . . . . . '43.00 2020 NE 12th Place

2nd Bo Dudley. Junior Girls-1st Jen- High Point Winners... P235 75R-15 . . . . . . '44.00. Ocala FL 32670
nie Keller 2nd Elizabeth Williams. ,
Junior Jarrod Dukes 2nd Trophies were presented to the Special Summer
Boys1st high point winners in each division Front NO HIDDf COSTS OM OUR Rf PAIRS/

Robert Powder Covington.Puffs1st Linda Eddins, Castlen for the day., They are: ToddlersBill MKE or Rear Front End Alignment J :.ALL COLLECT 904-622-4953

2nd Joan Williams. Seniors- Pat FingerlingsCheryl Lewis ...
4495 Inelud..le. '
Small comber&loe In to m.nuf.cy
Castlen 2nd Mike Gaskins. Gracie Fry GirlsMarie Williams I..... tp... Impact njttwnilon a neortnftirslcm.
Aliens1st Sandy Craig. Jack Small Fry BoysDavid Keller, i ".pl... pads .' tho,) .* urf... drums or for moil' m.rlc.n cm. From who! Name
Bennys- Ed Williams 2nd Junior GirlsJenny Keller, Junior rotor! DOSS bMHntti blavd' *.dust:ro.d 'lest frlM Mhlclet tifd, ChoxttM uha.:Pul.I. t Type of Home
Ralph BoysBrent Andrews Powder s most American carol trued.Mt Hlo pirtt tx With Sir*putoh >(|OIVCorbett's
Puffs-Janice Parrish,SeniorsKelly Ire when required' Address Wood LJ. Block n]

Cloverleaf... Forsyth Gracie Aliens- Sandy Special
Toddlers- Craig, Jack BennysRalph Parrish. : Tires & ServiceU.S. White Spoke City Mobile LJ J Oth<*rn
Jimbo 2nd
Bill Castlen. Fingerlings- Mary Overall Winner... 301 Temple AvenueStarke Wheels$2B98 Phone AM n PM D
Osborne, 2nd Cheryl Lewis. Small 964-6436!
Fry Girls1st Paula Loadholtz 2nd There was a tie in the competition
Lisa Lane.
Small Fry Boys1st Terry fElix- I
son, 2nd David Keller. Junior f Is-
1st Jennie Keller 2nd M a
Williams. Junior Boys- 1st Br4 n-
drews 2nd Bart Andrews.
Powder Puffs1st Joan Williams r 964-7500 ORIAN WELLS Chevrolet-Oldsmobile 964-7500
2nd Amy Mosley. Seniors1st Kelly
Forsyth, 2nd John Roberts, Sr. Hwy 301 N. IIII
Gracie Aliens1st Penny Stalnaker Jl : 2 Hwy 301 N.
2nd Mildred Hagen. Jack Bennys- ,
1st J.T. Bass 2nd Ralph Parrish. i

Tire Race...
Bradford County's Only Owned
Toddlers1st Bill Castlen 2nd lttl Locally t- -

Cristen O'Steen. Fingerlings- .. ccl and Operated Full
Trouble Hagen 2nd Sarah Beth ...J 5 Service Dealership '

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"We usually train from a period 1987S1O's
between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m., Col.! HIND ON
Davis said. "And the 24-day period
would not be on successive days, but
would vary depending on the type of WORKS SALE
unit using the firing range at the I _
time." Lai E m-t
"It's much more economical to
keep a guard unit in training than a NOW
regular Army unit" Davis said. CHEVY
"The costs are about 10 percent for a
guard unit in comparison. We simply _
have to be able to use that TRUCK
airspace above the guard-owned
property in order give these men the
training they need." A $6595
Davis said the guard also needed
the additional space within the _
facility in order to move the the guns
within short notice to simulate ac- .
tual battle conditions. --- .. or
"We want to train the men to fire s
their guns move their weapons and
fire again in a short period of time --
the only time they may get during a a 00
real battle" Davis said. "The only $141
reason we have not put guns in the
southern portion of the Camp Blan- __
ding land previously is because we
have had no restricted airspace high / Mo.No
enough above it to fire." .
'"We need the Keystone Airport,"
Col.! Davis continued. "We have usedit
extensivly for our own exercises in _
the past and we hope to continue to
be able to do this in the future.An active Money Down !
viable airport there is vital to
us." .
City Airport manager Jim Young For Credit
rejected the proposal in his state- Pre-Approved
ment to the council however sayingthe

put into airport'effect.if the would new be restrictions"seriously were impacted can 964-7500 100% Financing !

"It's bad in a safety aspect and in .
an economic aspect" Young told .
council members. "The prevailing "Your Small Truck Headquarters"
winds at the site dictate that we use i _

the runway we have just improvedat ,
such a great cost over 90 percentof
the time for takeoffs. Takiqg off
from that runway puts you on! a
heading directly over Camp Wan- 4'l4 2x4
ding. lithe restricted area is enlarged S-10 BLAZER
up to our airport boundaries wre CHEVBoiET
will be no margin for error especially
for beginning pilots." '
"The area Is too crowded
already" Young continued. "We
have a high speed military jet route
west of the airport. We're running
lout of options for private pilots in
this area. We don't need additional
restrictions now."
"The time limitation may be just
24 days per year but the restrictedarea
will be listed on airmaps all
year"Young said. "To most private
pilots when they see an area like that
marked on map, it's just like a stop
sign; to them."

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Immense series of under \.
ground cavern formed by .'

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on limestone formations,
was reputedly discovered I
bye hunter In 1799. I

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Pagct IS SIX"I ION. : Novembcr2G,19H6Obituaries;

I .

.-auIHenry Hall, Sr. Mrs. Cannon was born in Pelzer, of Starke, died early Tuesday morn- Starke; one brother, Mr. Blakley We thank Putnam Medicare Sup- and your guidance we couldn't have
Mr. Paul Henry Hall, Sr., 72, of S.C. on March 12, 1903 and moved to ing, November 18, 1986 at Shands Dukette of Peru, NY; one sister, plies and Ken Howard for being so made it. You dignified Willie's last
Mc'Kae, FL died Saturday, Nov. 15 Crystal Lake from Pelzer, S.C. six Teaching Hospital following an extended Mrs. Joan Garrow of Dannemora, faithful, the Upjohn staff for their days and became a dear and
at his residence short 11- months ago. She was a homemakerand illness. NY; seven grandchildren. support, the entire Bradford wonderful ,friend to him and his,
InossMr.. a member of the Methodist Mrs. Ashline was born and raisedin Rosary will be recited Wednesday Hospital staff for such loving care family. To you, and everyone who
Hall was born in Gainesville, Church in Pelzer, S.C. Plattsburg, NY and lived in evening at 7:00: p.m. at the chapel of and Dr. Gianas and his office stalk gave so freely of themselves, we
CiA: on Si'pl 10, 1914 and moved to Survivors include her son, RobertE. Melbourne, FL before moving to Archie Tanner Funeral Home with for never refusing to make it possible pray God's blessings on you.
Mcltae 21 from Jackson (Bob) Cannon, Crystal Lake; a Starke some twelve years ago. She mass at 11:00: a.m. Thursday at the for my husband to get the best of
ville. He was years a member ago of ArlingtonCongrt'gationlll brother, David Roberts, Fair Hope, was a member of the St. Edward .St. Edward Catholic Church with care. And Dr. Gianas without you The family of Willie E.GreenPROCRAFT
Ala.; sister, Emma Sargent, Catholic Church of Starke, the Altar Father Finlay officiating. Burial
Church, Ezra Lodge
Lyman, S.C.; one grandson and one Society of the Church and the will be in Crosby Lake Cemeterywith
No. 67, F. & A.M. Jacksonville
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greatgranddaughter.Funeral American Legion Auxiliary of Archie Tanner Funeral Homeof
Keystone Shrine Club; Morocco services will be in the Starke. Starke In charge of ar -=OUTBOARDS ( .
Teamsters Local No. 512
Temple; ; Chapel of Gray Mortuary in Pelzer, Survivors include her husband, rangements.
Teamsters Retirees Club Retired
; S.C. Burial will be in Greenville Vjctor Edward Ashline of Starke; erCit"
business i representative ofTl'1Imsh'rs Memorial Gardens. Jones Funeral two daughters, Mrs. Vicki'Lynn Sisk Our ThanksWe ,
and for the
Local 512
21 years operated Smith Lake past Home of Keystone Heights was in of Melbourne,' and Mrs. Lee Anne' are sincerely grateful to the
Grocery/Bar at Mcltae. charge of local arrangements. Dampier of Starke; three sons, many friends, neighbors and fellow CACKLE 8 AGGRESSOR
Survivors include his wife, Antho Carol Lee Ashline Bruce Alan Ashline, Jacksonville, Christians for their kind and HYDRA SPORT MARINE GEMINI
hl.tall/ ; two daughters Nancy Jean Todd Edward Ashline of Niceville. thoughtful acts and generosity expressed ALUMACRAFT
Kirkland, Florence, SC Barbara Mrs. Carol Lee Ashline, resident FL, and Alan Irving Ashline ofYOUR during my husband s il CJ> BAHA
Clayton! Cartersville, GA; two sons, lness, and after he left us to be with _
Paul H. Hall Jr., Atlanta, GA, the Lord. Phone ((904))282.3115/6
Donald A. Hall, Keystone Heights, He would have been so proud to
one brother, Hoyt Hall, Athens,GA; COmfFOffJ7fIZlE see how wonderfully his family was 3070 Blanding 1 Va mile South of 218
seventeen grandchildren and a taken care of. Middleburg FL 32068 on SR 21

number: ot greatgrandchildren.Graveside services were .held HOME FOR WINTER ,-. .' .

Monday, November 17, 1986, with :- :.. :-::- '
Mr. Phillip H. Whitehead conductingthe
services Burial was in Jacksonville -
Memory Gardens, Orange Let
Park, with Masonic Rites conferredby
the Ezra Lodge. Jones Funeral WARREN'SHeating
Home was in charge of arrangements -

Ef fie Wheaton & Air Conditioning

Mrs Effie Wheaton,69,of Brooker
died Friday morning at the home of Plumbing & Elec. Servicehelp
her niece alter a brief illness.
Mrs. Wheaton was born in
\Vewahitcha, Florida and lived in you with their
Apopka for the last 46 years until
moving to Brooker last June She
was employed with Plymouth Packing Complete Sales & ServiceHeat
( Co. for 3R years.
Survivors include one sister, Mrs. \
Ecllee Davis, Brooker; several Pump Specialist frYi'; '> r,, >
nieces!' and nephews.
Graveside services were held Sun
day in Greenwood Cemetery in All Makes of Air Conditioners
Apopka with Rev G.C. Fogerty of W
ficiating. Archer Funt'raillome was \j' and Heaters '

in charge of arrangements Sti\\'J Huef Oil & Gas Furnaces

Annie Lee CannonMrs. CREDIT UNION SALE !

Crystal. Annie Lake in Lee Keystone Cannon,Heights 83, of 964-7230 269-7706 4739068Starke

died Sunday, November 16, 1986 at
the residence of her son following 6 Orange Park Keystone Hgts
lingering illness TENT SALE !

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Compare our "sale" prices everyday!

dale | We are cheaper We will save you SSSS

w/approved credit 48 months

WEDNESDAY, NOV 26th.Smimoff. '

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5 L4/i $ ... I.. Tomlinson Nominated for Crews JudgeshipFormer I

Starke attorney Alachua viewing ten candidates earlier last Represtatives from Baker County. undergraduate and law degrees
bounty Judge James L. Tomlinson, week. Governor Bob Graham will Tomlinson 56 was appointed to from UFoliebert
k :Gainesville lawyer Robert P. Cates, applnt Crews' successor for a two- the county bench in January, 1985.
and Assistant'State Attorney Ken- .year term and the appointment is He was in private practice in 47, has been an assistant
ieth C. Hebert have been recommended .expected before Crews leaves office Gainesville and Starke for 22 years state attorney for 18 years and he
to succeed Judge John J ,Dec. 31.Crews. and he received his undergraduateand has been the chief assistant for the
Crews as a circuit judge. 65, announced his resignation law degrees from University of past 14 years. Hebert received his
The Judicial Nominating Commis- last month. He was appointed Florida. under-graduate degree from Loui-
sion of the 8th Judicial Circuit circuit judge in 1969 after serving 14.r. Cates,44,has been in private practice siana State University and his law
1I"IHINt the three mm after 'Inter. 'n .t.. FI".I"'.. ..". .e for 15 years. He received his degree from UK.

Recent Arrests in Bradford CountyThe I

following arrests were made four months, he was returned to Bond was set at $1,000)) he was Hodges.He was released after a$210
by local authorities !in Bradford Bradford County by Sgt. Eunice He released on his own recognizance cash bond was posted.
County. was found not in contempt and Traffic James Edwin Holder was arrested
ordered to pay his regular$25 week. David Kenneth Ray, 22, of Starkewas Nov. 14 for no valid drivers license,
David Lenon Jenkins, 28, of Lake ly plus$15. He is in arrears$7,002.60. arrested Nov. 15 for driving according to Investigator David
Butler was arrested Nov. 16 on a t while license suspended (DWLS), Aderholt. He was released after a
capias charging failure to pay child Donald Christopher Banks, 22, of according to Patrolman' John $105 surety bond was posted.
support according to Deputy Starke was arrested on a capias .
Eugene Lee. Lee was found in con- ,charging burglary of conveyance,
---'- "- tempt and ordered to make his according; to Deputy Doug York
Classes... weekly payments. He was releasedon j7 Bqrw-T.
his own recognizance. i
Derek Alvarez (lefts) and Margaret Collier Irltfht/ ), partlcpale In one of the new I .__ Shop
clantu'8 being offered( at Santa Fe Community College for the coming semealer. Andrea P. Jenkins, 24, of Starke :!a" ) I
,. was arrested Nov. 16 on a capias I PRICE-WISE
d --- charging failure to appear, accor-
SFCC Classes Set ding to Patrolman William Russell. i / / wF
She was released after a surety bond I
was posted. I z rra

For Winter SemesterA Loyde Davis,26, of Tampa was ar I h1 '
rested Nov. 14 on a capais charging I A
failure to pay child support, according -
record number of classes is be- ing offered for the first time. to Sgt. Sammy Eunice. Davis Seagram's
ing offered for the Winter 1987 Another highlight of the Winter has been in custody of the '*
Semester at the Santa Fe Communi- Term is a class taught by Dr. April Hillsborough County for the past Gordon's I Wine Relska
renovate Starke Center in the O'Connell, entitled Children's
Courthouse on West Call Theatre which will feature presenta- u "' Gin Vodka IS)
Street. The complete listing can be tions in local schools designed to in- Scout NewsPack e o9
found in the B-Section in today'spaper. volve audience participation.There Seeing Is believing! That's the
will also be an EMT Basic I only way to be certain that we K 750 :
With an expanded offering of 43 Training Class taught by Ernest 673 honored the scouts at a have the largest and most J-a; !"
classes, including 23 daytime and 20 Wigglesworth of Alachua County 'recent awards ceremony. Scouts beautiful selection of carpets In ; 9 ., ;...
evening classes, local residents will Department of Emergency Ser and parents were honored and ,town. 549
have even a wider variety of times vices.With the expanded program In thanked for their efforts. You can depend on us to stock
and courses to further their educa- the Starke Center, a local studentcan Welcome Mack Williams to Bob- the latest and
styles priceswill
tion this winter.In get an Associate of Arts degree cats, he has been a Tiger Cubs.
taking all his classes in Starke. An DeWayne Henderson was honoredfor compare with any carpet
great attendance, he has missed retailer.We have a complete Inventory
addition to basic classes in increasing number of non-degree
Math, English, Science, History, have also been tak- only one meeting ast year. The of floor coverings, ranging
Social Sciences and Humanities, the ing advantage of the local college scout year runs from October to October from bargain priced goods to Bailey's /II Rich
Winter Schedule includes Acting classes, especially the varied computer each year. outstanding top quality carpets. Irish Canadian &
Old Testament, Human Growth and and business classes. Seven scouts make the A-B honor New carpet styles come out Club
Development, Marriage and the Registration for the winter 1987 roll and the honor roll at Starke seml-annually and we strive to Cream Rare
Family, Art Appreciation, Term began November 17. Classes Elementary School,congradulationsscouts. stay right up with the market so I
American Literature, Medical Ter- begin on January 6 and run to April .
we can offer the most up-to- 750 : /
that have atten- LTR
Tigers perfect
minology, Anatomy and Physiology, 30.Katherine g150
Speech, Business Law, Economics, Hill, a Health Related dance for this year include Paul date styles available. Come In today dnr y '
Computer Concepts, Computer Soft Counselor, will be available Joseph Bedford, Chris Bott, De- and see for yourself. 899 799
ware Applications, and Introducation November 25 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Chris Kinney.Bobcats 1199' I
to Assembler Programming.With at SFCC. Ahmad Hudson, Jermaine
the addition of a language lab For more information, please call Ford and Wolf Cub Brian Wynn. Teal Tile
at the Starke Center, Spanish is be- 9645382. Congratulations.A '
special thanks goes to these & Carpet
parents and leaders in scouting Mr. 301 Liquors & Lounge
l7 & Mrs. Michael Reddish, Mr. &Mrs. 131 N. Cherry St.
Wayne Kinney, Mr. & Mrs. Ben Starke, Florida 1 Mile North of Starke on Hwy. 301
Nelson, Mr. & Mrs. Chris Crews and
Mrs. Lucille Dampier. These are 964.7423 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK -
very special parents. ,I! PACKAGE STORE & LOUNGE .tn.b
Tiger Cubs meet Monday 2 to 4 _
The leaf fish has a brown mottled body that resembles p.m.; Webelos Tuesday 2 to 4 p.m. h
..... a drifting leaf moving slowly about In the water and Bobcats meet Wednesday 2 to 4
.. p.m. If you are interested, join the
?c..... ... -.. scouts at Starke Elementary.Jfc .

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A/C, auto, ps. pb, cruise, ice box with CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free EXPERIENCED NURSING ASSISTANTS: 4 c/7'rwit1ear
sink $4900 FIRM. 964.4514. 10/30 $ .99/l3.88 SHOE STORE! Open your estimates Handy-Man Fence Co needed at Whispering Pines Care Ctr.
tfnchg own shoe store In the Starke area Owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559 tfn Call Susan Cook 964-6220, EOE 12/5TF
Total' merchandise investment from only GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors windows, REAL ESTATE LICENSING 4
only weeks
1982 PONTIAC J2000 new tires, brakes ?i: REALTY
& clutch Needs some body work. $4950 to $7950. No franchise or up etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY, Call 17554040. N. Fla. Real Estate Col.
front fees. Contact Mr. Goodwin 964.6078, Orders also taken In Lake leg. 7/3TFN
$1100 or best oiler. 964.7278. 11/20
line i 9047336899. 1l/204tpd 12/11 Butler, 496.3079 and Keystone Heights. 3000 GOVERNMENT JOBS LIST $16,040 -

1981 GRAN PRIX P/S, P/B, Air, 6 cyl.. 473-4973 2/26 tfn $59,230/yr. Now Hiring, Call 5 PHONE 964.7776
BOATS HANDYMAN: carpentry, painting, electrlcal 805.687.6000 Ext. R-5504. 10/16
good fixer $1,500 best after.
upper or complete home repair 205 N. Starke I ICecelia
964 8232. 11/132tpd 11 ,20 11/27 I Temple, .
Reasonable rate,. Licensed contractor
MANAGER NEEDED for convenience L
tough body good
1976 16' REGAL TRI HULL with 85 h.p. Call Mitch. 473-3940. l/9tfn store Only experienced need apply.
slant six and transmission ((3
engine TerwIII..goreToday
Mercury and trailer $1800. Dale FAIRFIELD ROOFING: Free estimates
speed) $350 OBO 9646323. 11/13 Pep-0 Food Store. 620 5, Walnut,
Brown. 964.6050. 10/2 tfn licensed insured and bonded. All !Starke. 9/18
2tchg 11 '20 tfnchg and always may God bestow His love on you.
1968 FORD PICKUP, $1500. Great shape types of roofing and repairs. Money WE MAKE MONEY THE OLDFASHIONEDWAY The
back if unable to leak. friendship of those we serve is the foundation of our
LAND stop
4 speed, six cylinder. New paint lob, FOR SALELOT guarantee We earn It. Get the whole story.
Mobile 485-1016 progress.
Home tool 435-1556
Call 964 8397. I1/20ltpd
inside & out Also, small camper
trailer, 1 BA or 374-1443 anytime. 9/11 tfnchg AIRLINE JOBS $17,747 to $63,459/year,
$500. In good shape 2 BR. IN SPECIAL
6000. Call
964-5764 after wide
; Single
now hiring! Call JOBLINE
block house, completely furnished, 2
acres land high & dry Sampson City LOT 5, call ON 964.5251. 3/07 tIn $135. Doublewldes starting at $150. 1-518-4593535 Ext. A3377. for Info 24 .EASY TO ENJOY Brick., 3BR, 1BA, CH/A, large family
WESTMORELAND ST., for sale leaks. Sr.
area, $40,000. 9645986. 11/20 Itpdtfn with old house $4500. One year guarantee against hrs. ll/63tpd 11/20 room with fireplace, formal living & dining: room, utility room,
on property. citizens discount. Also releveling done.
small equity assume loan, $163.67. 13 9044663489.ACRES 11/20 tfnchg Call for free estimates 964.46BO. 10/16 Applications or. now being taken for Access to beautiful Crystal Lake. See to appreciate.
2 BR trailer for rental
over '
toll 964 6650. 11 '20 1 tfnchg full S port-tlm. employment Exp.
Itpd five OWNER MUST MOVE Cedar board and batten, fireplace,
acres cleared GREAT for country I WOULD LIKE TO TUTOR STUDENTS in
helpful but not Apply In
1984 DODGE RAMPAGE TRUCK auto necessary
At 23,000 miles red w gray interior. living or for investment such as mobile reading, grades 2 to 8. In your home or person only, no phone calls 11/13 range, refrig., d/w, CH/A, fenced yard, city water & sewer,
New tires, $5800 080. Take overpayments home park animal' farm, etc. Several mine. For Info, call 964-7023 or 2tchg 11/20 approx. 1,456 sq. ft. Assum. mortgage, $58,500.

of 1''' years left with down. cash money making pecan trees. $28,000 964.5308, (Masters Degree In Reading CRUISE SHIP JOBSI'Great Income potential RELAX IN THE SWING ON THE PORCH OR IN A LOVELY LAND-
$12,000 down and
964 4151, 964 840! after 7 p.m. 11/20 or payments of certified In grades K-12)) 11/20ltpd All occupations For Info call: ((312))
$230 month. Stark. SCAPED SURROUNDING! 2 BR 2 BA doublewide mobile
Itchg area, call 964 6493.tfnjo ATTENTION REALTORS HOMEOWNERS 742.8620 ext. 362. 11/20 4tpd 12/11 ,
ENGINES, faci"vy remonufoctured. All APT. OWNERS! We do all types of EARN $4.87 HR. We need assistance In home. 1.76 acres. Walking distance to Crosby Lake Public Lan
,makes diesel gas for call & trucks. ONE ACRE OF LAND with well septic repairs and maintenance, remodeling evaluating and responding to dally ding. GREAT FISHING I It f

Warranted 10".. over factory invoice. 431.tank I,733 and, 11/20 power Itpd pole. $6500. Call and patios.additions.Call Frank Sundecks, .9647203., porches 11/20& work reports submitted by our agents ALL TREAT AND NO TRICKS New 3 BR, 1 '/ BA brick home, -..
496.2411 p m. 4733693. M/204tpd throughout the state. No experience
kitchen equipped. OWNER FINANCE.A .
12 11 Itchg necessary; Paid to complete training.
1912 K-5 BLAZER 4X4, V.8, PT rear end, NOTICE EXPERT WELDING farm machinery & all Work at home For Information send JOY TO LIVE IN. Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH/A, 3 BR, 2 BA,

HI>) uiixlloiy, speed tians? 12.50 x 33 types repairs. Will build anything to self-addressed stamped envelope 9'/ spacious LR with fireplace, gracious Fla. room, utility room,
Hv' I am/fm cassette radio recently CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted your needs "HAVE WELDER WILLTRAVEL" Inches long to: AWGA Dept E, Box skylights, 2 utility bldgs. privacy fence. $44,000.
For Info & free '
lined up, new clutch and pressure to the Bradford County 49204, Atlanta GA, 30359. II 20 Itpd
,iute., GREAT for hunting $1000. Call Telegraph office In writing and paid In estimates, call ROLLINS, 904-964-7499, WANTED: SERVICE MANAGER apply In UNCROWDED LIVING 2/1 Frame cottage on five nice lots-
964.6493 or 9644430. 11/20 tfnjo advance unless credit is already keep Ioylng. 11/20ltpd. 11/27tfnchg person at Doublewlda Home Center. Kingsley Lake Village, $30,500.

established with this office 301 North, Lawtey. I1/201tchg GET AWAY TO LIVING CB home with 2.25 acres CH&A with
1,456 ft. SE 34th Ave. 50500.
HOMES WANTED approx. sq. -
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Starke, Keystone Heights, and Lok.Bull.r.
THE TELEPHONE. WANTED TO PURCHASE old houses, Jax 725.7522 11/20 Itpd prox. 103'x770' Selling price $18,900 ea. $2,000 down, ((10%

Classified. deadline Is TUESDAY, buildings Buy sell trade. Thomas COUPLES IF YOU NEED $1,000 OR MORE for 10 years). Reduced! $16,750.
LOOK AT THIS I Just remodeled for you. NOON,, Thursday Flo.. extra per month and ore willing to
prior to publication House Moving, lake City
1 1720 sq ft. CH A, w'attic fan, 3 or 4BR Minimum charge Is 15 words for $3.50, 752.2318 or 7525825. ask for Danny. work 3 eves per week to get It, call us. EXCELLENT BUY 80 ACRES $96,000 Heavy pines, 20 acres
2 full tile' baths, equipped kitchen. then 15 cents for each word thereafter. 10/30 4tpd 11/20 Craig S Marie, 782-3790. 11/20 Itchg cleared fenced, barn on St. Rd. 235 near New River.

I 19 x 20 great room, closets galore, FARM WANTED: What have you? Makeme MIDDLE-AGED COUPLE to work In motel I FISHERMAN'S DREAM 2 BR, 1 BA frame cottage, garage,
lanced back yard w/tool shed REAL ESTATE 11/13 and live In. No pets 3 '/. miles north of
offer 1 13354836.
an Ztchg drive-in boathouse and screened deck overlooking Crosby j
Saratoga Hgts Concrete drive & walk. Starke on 301. 9647184. 10/2 tfnchg
this Call FOR SALE Lake Inlet. CH&A, $38,000.
Don t miss bargain By owner WANTS TO BUY used sewing maching .
today 473-7541 or 4752597. 11/13 to sew 8 9 oz. leather. 468.2346. 11/20 HYPNOSIS THE WHOLE KIT AND CABOODLE 1981 Guerdon

fnchg REPOSSESSED HOMES FROM GOV'T from Itpd doublewide-Sampson Lake Access, $35,000. Gread Getaway.
BA, fenced corner 406 E. Laura St. $1.00 plus repairs/taxes. Throughout PROFESSIONAL HYPNOSIS services for IDEAL HOME FOR LARGE FAMILY S.E. 24th Ave. (off Rd. 100 |
FL'Nationwide! Also tax propeities. weight control, smoking stress, etc,
'64.4386 East) 2.7 5 BR 3 BA living dining room kitchen,
owner anxious II 20 Itpd ac., room, ,
216-453-3000. Ext. H5117. 11/13 2tpd For help please call,964-4433. 10/9
eat-in area or study, den, office, all appliances, drapes, large,
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1 W <3Q<33(3S attractive deck overlooking a quarter acre fish pond with fish I


I REALTY Pratt 3 Br., :'J Ba., CH&A, LR, DR, family room & screened In

Accelerated Realty Inc. patio.

HOME FOR FAMILY ENJOYMENT Lovely brick, colonial

221 W. Lafayette Street Phone : 964.4544 home off Geiger Rd.-4 bedrooms 2 baths-opprox. 2700 sq.

2 Blocks S. of Hwy. 100 on U.S. 301 t e ft.-10.09 acres-many amenities.

I520S WalnutStreetHwy301( South) Starke Florida! .SO CLOSE I 11032, E. Call St., 3 BR, !1'/a bath, $45,000. Extra
Homes Lots Acreage Waterfront
964-5069 large lot.
m.I Farms CommercialNo 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd.
Charge to List Your Property for Sale
Susan M. Faulkner, GRI I.CRB Owner will finance $82,322. A smart Florida Investment.
Call and discuss It with
REALTOR REALtOR us. INVESTORS: 438 Acres in South Bradford County. Partially

I LIVE THE SATISFIED COUNTRY LIFE Easy drive to Cecil Field. Super home I Iic subdivided, highway frontage, close to school, $1,000 per
Realtor Associates '> acres 3 BR, 2 BA, Great room with fireplace, CHSA,, Central vacuum I Hardwood trees. Developer's dreamt
irQ. L Faulkn
and stereo nice workshop and fishpond. I PROPERTIES.... _
Lucille' Spry VALUE PACKED OFFFR Beautiful, bficli< home on 1 acre, 5 BR,1 2 BA:living) j ..PREFERRED 4 .
Marty Russell 96..51.2.v.1 >..nn with fireplace, dining room, large eat In kitchen with snack bar and I NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES'ountry Club:):for't ,ev"eloptnent'sRflr. ; ; 'I

I Bobby Biggs lots of cabinets inside utility room, enclosed garage. I SIX ACRES-Great Buy-Primitive Baptist Church Rd. $12,000.!

WEIGHING VALUES? Brick home on 5 fenced acres, 3 BR, 2 BA family j WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre $15,000.
.join with fireplace, large eat-in kitchen, utility room. $58,000. PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or will divide.
home. OWNER SAYS SELL IT NOW Lovely brick home 3 BR. 2 BA, carpet and |
SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine 2 wells 3 septic tanks.
LARGE FRAME HOME in town. CH&A, fenced stove. window. AC unit, central heat, large bock yard, $35,000. acres, ,
RUSTIC HOME IN THE COUNTRY 1 BR. 1 BA, large living room CHSA I FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club $90,000. I
yard. Close to school. $39,500. stove and dishwasher, all on 1 acre. 1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East $7,700.

LAWTEY AREA Frame, 3 BR, 1 1i' BA on 2 acres, i LOW PRICE WILL SURPRISE YOU CB home on shaded lot, 3 BR. 1 BA, | CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' x 385' $17,000.

( ) with outside Low screened porchTOMORROW'S eKINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: 2 lots'65'x130' $2,750 ea.
ro storage building $30's. SECURITY A HOME OF YOUR OWN Frame home 4 BR 2 | ,

MELROSE Hwy 26, nice 1 acre tract, lake BA large living. room on 1 acre with large shade trees, $27,900. LAWTEY AREA-Five acres, $13,000.
EASY WALKING DISTANCE TO STORES AND SCHOOL Duplex Unit, 2 BR, 1 j e15 ACRES HWY 1833000. One mile off 301.

privileges. BA living-dining.kitchen, combo, $27,900. I OKLAWAHA RIVER: three plus acres, $15,000.

HWY 229W 22 acres, fenced, some pasture, 20 ACRES, MOBILE HOME AND MEAT PROCESSING PLANT All In one | RIVERBEND ESTATES One acre, $4,500.

several scattered oak & pine with a few pecan package Near Lake Butler. PRICED TO SELL. LAWTEY 4 BR, 2 BA, 2 story, 1 acre.
ACREAGE 10 acres in South Clay County Residential-Agriculture, j
trees approx. 500'on paved rd. $1'/ 900 After Hours

ELLINGTON RD. 8.71 acres, 2 BR frame house 105.2 BEAUTIFUL ACRES in NE Alachgo County. Priced to sell Pauline Randolph 964-6323

with extra & light pole good fencing & ACREAGE 10 acres in Bradford County 13th Street N.E. Randy Cory 475-25971
septic very ACREAGE 20 acres in NW Bradford County, extra good water.
many pecan trees. Priced in 40s. ACREAGE 14.05 acres SW Bradford County with pecan trees and 2 wells. Anne Terwillegar Nelson 473-7541

ACREAGE 4.55 acres and 2.16 acres, near Graham.
LAKE LOTS Sampson Inlet, Sampson Lake and Crosby lake, Owner financ.
with nice home & mobile home all on this 36 acres. 'ing

( 27 ACRES, only $600 per acre. CITY LOTS NICE LOTS ON Hwy. 16 W, only 2 blocks from 301.
CITY PROPERTY Two and one-half city blocks $39,900.
KEYSTONE Assume & closingcost
mortgage pay HWY 301 SOUTH 146 ft frontage. I

and this nice lot with beautiful oaks can be HWY 301 SOUTH 4.5 acres with approx. 208 ft. frontage.

yours. (Big Tree Lake Area). COMM. BLDG. IN CITY Approx. 15.0UU sq. ft. Poor' space, $74,500. Help! FILL DIRT

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ONLY $19,500 on this 3 BR, 1 BA home in town. $27.50 LOAD
Install Custom
Owner financing. Insulated
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Wayne Douglas,....964-6593 Novls Ward..964.7454John I Homes Beautiful ANYTIME
over sq. space or Greene..533.2121 Bill Dodd.............964-7408 964-6766

Retail call for details. Irving Clark. .. .. ...964-7188 Cindy Kurfmay.....964.7 408 24 hrs. -. Financing 468.1455

WATER ST. 3 BR, 2 BA frame, nice lot, large Tom Bement..964.6439 Don Hood..468.1905 ,

screen porch carport. ONLY $25,000. James Dilts.... .,....964-8629 Patsy Lawson........964-69271 'n'

LOVELY HOME just off Hwy 16W, workshop,

fireplace, pool & deck. Immaculate, priced in 50's. i -----

CLOSE TO SCHOOL 3 BR, 1 BA, fenced yard,
CH&A, only $32,000, assumable mortgage. LAVERN H. OUTLAW *KEYSTONE AREA. 5 Acre-tract reduced
Next school fenced
Huge yard 3 Br.,
BEAUTIFUL, approx. 2,500 sq. ft., 3 BR, 2 BA, I II I sunken family room w/fireplace. Lg. Us I from $15,000 to $12,5OO. Come See

brick veneer, has everything. I I screened porch on back. CHI A. side by

OUTLAW I + it I side refrig. trash compactor. Absolutely *WE HAVE LANDSome with well &
ALMOST NEW furnished mobile home
approx. I immaculate. Priced at 61000.
septic tank Building lots, from
DAVID t L> DODGE, MSADesignated KAtCi WATER acreage
11/2' acres $25,000. Appraiser J *ON GOLDEN POND, 212'split plan 1 acre and up. Some with owner financ

HWY 16 W Custom doublewide with built-on's, RM.1964537ITOPAIDICKSOM pATTV KAY ELDEI I mobile home on 1 acre Includes glassed ing. See U. Today I j
964.4522 tin porch skirting awning, storage shed
pool workshop, garage & etc. Very beautiful. ; ReS,9S4-5eS |& outside lights Price Reduced *EXECUTIVE LIVING Country Club.
STARKE. FL. SUZANNE KITCHEN: Many many ammenitles In this 3 BR, 2
85 ACRE HAMPTON AREA less than $1,200 R 964-7333
per *PERFECT IN-LAW HOUSING or 2 BA brick home, approx. 1776 sq. ft of
acre. Lots of paved road frontage. ResiS47S3iIQUYQUNI I I families. 2 nice homes on 1 large lot. luxurious living.DOUBLEWIDE.

EDWARD'S RD. We have 4/10 acre tracts at ;l30 OMK;m Morv; to thru 1:30 e.nt.Fr J keep Separate a check living on but each close other.enough North ofStark. to an 4.87 acres, 3/2,

.. CH&A fireplace, extra nice, owner
$2,000 per acre. ready for a sale.

BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOT Hwy 16 W in city. JUirl il lot Historic'-i f rnCe; !; imor
22 ACRES, Rd. 225, close to Northside Baptist walls renovated, picture kitchen window,CH4A house Is paneled nestledamidst Architect designed-Brick ./., 3,200 plus I
COMMERCIAL CORNER NEAT AS A PIN 2 Br.. 1 Ba., In Starke. of luxurious living with many amenities. I
Church. 8 trees Just reduced!
Priced for quick sale 24500. pecan From 2 to 60 acres OWNER FINANCED!
2 BA REDUCED TO COM ,, KC.IAL BLDG. uses: home offers Owner Is ready for an offer ..
1138 N. Water St 25000. so much for so little. A prdven floor *COUNTRY HOME you v. dreamed of AREA Mobile home with ]
$39,000. plan. 3/2'/i.' Lg. family room. 2 car car owning. 'It has ..v.rylhlngl2! ovet Hake access. Immaculate 23900. (Cen
VERY MODERN, frame & brick, 2 BR, 1 BA, *INVESTORS Pln.song S/D Paved post Immaculately maintained home & 2.000 sq. ft. Price just reduced 2000. '.trol H & A).

CH&A kitchen equipped, nice carport & garage. J( cing.road through property. Owner finan- grounds.* LARGE Excellent HOME-In location.city on approx. ,.9acre. '*OWNER FINANCED Country Club *HOMEMAKER'S DREAM 3/2, CHSA,]

Reduced to $36,900. area, building lots on Bessent Road 8Flume above ground pool. Dbl garage A 20 X I
SOUTH OF STARKE 2 corners at 4/2, CHSA. 1900 plus sq. ft. assum Rd.
25 upstairs room to be I
LOTS priced to sell in town. j US 301 & SR 18. 2 Money Makers. mtg. J., :have completed to
NEW RETAILPROFESSIONALBUILDING AWAY FROM THE CROWDS. You will l *MINI-FARM Between Starke and Lake your own private BR suite All this

RENTAL INVESTMENT two houses terms. j with plenty of parking and love the privacy this home offers. 4/3, Butler 4/2. CH&A on 8 aCl'I titgf:large.. only $66,000.

49 ACRE FARM Assumable mortgage. positive cash flow located In ..Ih.busl.st 2,100 sq. ft. plus an extra large garage. CB bldg. & large pole barn. I
| outstanding features on ". 6, *COMPLETELY REMODELED from.
section of Starke.WELL Many 7
FRONTAGE on Hwy 230 lots available joining ESTABLISHED commercial acres. *HOME BEAUTIFULt $75,200-on 2 acres, home, excellent condition on 1'A acre. |

golf course building across from Community LOCATION LOCATION: Walk, to 3/2, 1700 sq. ft., CH/A many extras. New carpet throughout 3 telling fans.

Bank Price has been drastically everything. Neat as a pin and manicuredyard. I
in Golfview Subdivision.
REDUCED to move property. 2 Br We InviEetnqufrlet Oi Our Other Properties

$ $ $

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Doublewide/ Home C.nt.r located Mobile Home and for Household furniture and LAKE GENEVA RENTALS
space rent. children and Weekly/ mon CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING should be TRIPLE DRESSER armoire, 2 night table I
North on 301 Lawtey. Fla. (this I I. not Recreational vehicle welcome. Phone adult clothing. Olln'i thly efficiency submitted
Trailer Park apartments, 1 or 2 BR, the
Lake A mirror, $235. microwave
trailer Region Monitor of Hotpoint
furniture) 6/13 tfnchg 964.7498.9/16 tfn Hwy. 16. Look for signs 964.4733. call 4732919. 11/6 tfnchg
flee In writing and In 2 speeds, large $5b
paid advance oven capacity
per unless credit Is Call 4732333. 11/20
already establishedwith Itpd
$14 99 per month Call 964-6946. tfn BA apt. For more Information call Lake CLUB ENTRANCEi Sat. 10 a.m. month Partially furnished Keystone this officeMONITOR FORD TRACTOR and trailer. Will sel'together
CHEVY.. PARTS '/, ton, anything you Butler Apt. 496-3141. Equal Oppor. -2pm. only. NE 16th St. 2 families, area 4732026.il/6tfnchg -
need.-Axle*, front or' rear auto tunity Housing. 6/7 tfnchg furniture, art, household clothe, (Infant LAKE GENEVA 1 or 2 BR furnished RESPONSIBLE STAFF CANNOT BE HELD or separate 4733192. Itpd

tronsm., transfer case., 2 different ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel $8 toddler, adult) & mist 11/20ltpd Retired or handyman caretaker coupl.pr.ferr.d. CLASSIFIEDS FOR MISTAKES IN 11/20 .
type; spring lift block, big U bolt. per night. From $35 per week. Discount GIGANTIC 3 FAMILY YARD SALE Saturday $200 to$275 mo. 473-7269 or THE TELEPHONE.
Call 9645812. offered for longer term. 376.77..9 $325; gas grill $25: white table $50
TFc. Apply In
per. Nov. 22. Children clothe or 3788622. 11/6
toy Classified deadline I I. 11.00 I Chef $150 2 solid onk
Magic stove
NEWSPAPER PlATESi Aluminum. son. Magnolia Hotel, Walnut St, acrossfrom drape and bed tpreadi, Country Kraft HOUSE FOR RENT on beautiful Silver a.m priorto ; .
Thursday publication. table only, $200 A $350 10 Inn
Measure 24x36". 25 cent each. Great Post Office. TF canning |ors, play.pen, crib lamp, Lake. 2 BR, CH/A, pool table, on 1 acre Minimum top ;
for patching and repair APARTMENTS FOR RENT Newly trailer & much lot, $375 month. charge I 15 word for$3.50, radial arm saw, $250; girls lOspeet1
TELEGRAPH 9042471604.
more. Absolutely no 11/6 then 13 .
cent for each word lhor. $50 475 3353 I 11/20
135 W. Call decorated, furnished. n t r anytime tpd
St 9646305. everything Laundry junk Take SR 230 to Kingsley Lake nextto tfnchg 12 CU.FT. .
KENMORE freezer $15P
ROLLS OF HAY: $25.$20. All hay under facilities Included. Video room fire Italian fire lone No. 5, 533.2152. WHITE SANDS LAKE 3 BR, 1 BA furnished PERSONAL SERVICES walnut dining set by Bassett 4 chain
large barn on side available. Will accept one child, no home
west of Hwy 16 11/20 Itchg Fireplace, screened porch, table
hutch. $200
about 7 miles north of Stark toward pets. Palms Apts., 2313 N. Temple YARD SALE 4 mile north on 301. AC. $.15 month $200 deposit. bedroom ; pecan canton

prison. Order your hay and leave It Ave., Starke 32091. 5/1 TF Jewelry household appliance, mem, 904.249.7884. 4tpd 10/30.11/20 PRESSURE WASHING Houses. mobile Die porary headboard suite by dresser Stanley di>n

under my barn until you need It. FURNISHED 2 BR house In Crystal Lake women & children clothing. FOR LEASE 1, 2,*3 bedroom energy ef homes, pools. decks sidewalks Free 2 triple wmPrors
dressers $300
Delivery available Estates. Now taking applications. Call ficient estimates. Call Rob quoisize .<
at 4733590
extra charge. Arthur Everything must go. Friday & Saturday. apartments 475-1048 or 11/6 mattress and box springs. $100 ,'
Gaskln 782.3727 96..573. after 4 p.m. 10/30 Itpd 11/6 475.2052 between tfnchg
or 964 6167 tpd 7 m.-lO p.m. 11/6 end tables, $30; 2 lamps, $30 form
10/30 tfnchg! tfnchg YARD SALEi Sat 10.4. Bridge A WaterSt tfnchg LAWN MOWING Trimming edging.
bookcase, $20 traditional desk $/
HAY, Alicia f.rllllz.d, $1.50 bal., In 1 BR. APT. FOR RENT. $175 per month Housewares, clothing 4 bike LAKE FRONT MH near Keystone 2 BR, Call The Lawn Bor ber. 473.3590. Free walnut console;stereo. Motorola SIC
field. Round roll avallabl. Coll plus $100 deposit. No pets. 403 N. 11/20 Itpd 1/, BA, patio fishing swimming Estimates 11/6 tfnchg 4732889. 11/20
9648942. 10V30 4tpd 11/20 Walnut St. 964-5276 11/13 2tchg 11/20* YARD SALE Sat. Nov 22. more than boating 473-4186.il/20tfnchg FLOOR SAGGING.DOOR DRAGGING Itpd

HAVt ALICIA $25 p.r roll at form. FURNISHED 2 BR TRAILER.. Clean. no |just good junk 9 12. 318 Redgravestreet. FOR RENT OR SALE 2 BR single wide A 3 House out of level? Call laRue Leveling
Delivery available. 7 mil. west of pet, no children. 964 5739 or 964 4468. 11/20 Itpd BR double wide In Clay County, CH/A. Service. for all your foundation YARD SALES

Starke on Rd. 16. Jimmy Gasklns. 11/20 21pd 11/27 YARD SALE Lot of tool, little of .75.1269. ask for Jackie, 659.2269. repairs. 4737721. 11/6 tfnchgMISCELLANEOUS r
964.8356. 11/13 tfnchg ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS everything 5 mile W. of Lawtey on 2tchg 11120.27LAKE NOVEMBER 22 Keystone Heights. I"''
5 HP KAWASAKI GO-CART AVAILABLE for a* little a* $50 per HOUSE mokalee Road. Signs posted fnlture -'J'
new, 125. Friday & Sat. 11/20 Itchg 2 BR, great room, large
$390. 9646848 or 4733627. 11/20 week or $200 per month, which Include YARD SALE Thur? Fri S Sat 9 ?? deck wood stove, AC wooded lot. crystal tools and antiques 2tpd l
all utilities and
no deposits. Call
tfnchg Westmoreland Trailer Park, Lot 22, $345 per month A deposit PACK RAT Buy. sell and trade collectible 111320MOVING
BMX RACING 964-3139 or 96..8173 or drop by 314 N.Temple SALE Sat. Nov. 22 H i
HEMET, Medium. $25. jewelry, clothe, cosmetics, misc.items 90..351.2508. 11/20 tfnchg Item and antique Used furniture
BMX Avenue apartment number six, until...Big children. clothe in t
racing pants, size 8, $25. Call 1120ltpdMOVING glassware, jewelry and much more.Come g
next to the Tenneco Station, downtown
964 5186 I or 964-8568. 11/20 Itpd Starke. 11/6 tfnchg SALE: 1 mile from Olin' Trailer MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE see for yourself One mile east condition large women' sizes tov.
SOFA AND LOVESEAT Call 964.5581 Park, betide Morgan Rd. BaptistChurch of Keystone Heights mattresses assorted other goodrOn
on 100.
2 BR UNFURNISHED upstairs No i
after apt. Highway 214 off 21 South
p.m. 11/201tpd Fri & Sat 11/20
Itchg 4732183 11/6
BALDWIN SPINET pets, no children 833'Madison St. MUST SELL 2'/i acres on Crystal lake tfnchg Keystone A follow signs. Itpd ll/i"
dark SALEllIn.n.
cherry, spreads glassware
964 8404. 11/134tchg 124SMALL 3 BR 2 BA doublewide mobile SATURDAY ONLY
$500 964.6235. 11/2011pd clothe, (for baby & adults), craft 6furniture Refrigerator stei
ALMOST NEW DRESSER $50; Maxi Taxi TRAILER within city limits, 1 or 2 Lake St behind Tackle Box. home, attached garage, several CARS, TRUCKS oak dining table. exercise bike. toy
adult. only. No pets please. 964.8484. detached sheds. Make offer Call M.F, lot more 9.5. Immokalee Rd. 1/3 nu
stroller, $35; wood (dark brown!f 11/13 tfnchg Thur.., Fri ft Sat 10. ?? 11/20 Itpd 8:30.4. 798.1753. 2tchg 11/13.20 & BOATS from 21. Itpd 11/20
highchair, $30, baby bed w/mattress, YARD SALE 3 families, clothe,
$125; Abov. Items all In great shape! glassware, tool, craftsman table saw
available. Call 9.5 Mon-Frl. 964-6312. WORK BELOW WHOLESALE house on right Stove, relrlgeru'choir ,
Call WANTED 1980 Celica Supra
5 p.m. 11/20 Itpd w/stand. Troy bilt roto tiller, 'lots of
11/20 Itpd automatic tables 10 speed bike, <
1914 HONDA 200X, good shape, recent misc. Fri. 9-68 Sot 9. 2. 3 mile Won transmission, overdrive, gas g'
NEARLY NEW TRAILER, 1984 2 BR. AC PS, misc. Sat. Nov 22 Itpd 11
tune up, $550. Also Sear Woodburn. posh 100 left on SW Strt St. 11/20 Itpd MOWING, TRIMMING Edging. Any power electric windows many .
carpet new furniture, quiet area 14 x work, done alloy wheels cruise control tilt GARAGE SALE Saturday Geneva I *
ing stove. $325. Call 96..787 after 5 YARD SALE Saturday, 4 families Nov. by responsible young men.
60. 1 child max. 21st A Meng Dairy Rd. steering. stereo and Estate. follow signs Itpd 11/20
Call Kevin Keith. equalizer First
p.m. 11/20 Itpd 22, North Pine & Adams, (across from or 473-2433. 4tchg
$245 month plus dep. 964 6714. $2450 4737618
POOL TABLE, exec. condition. All equipment per Lawtey Elem) Loads of miscellaneous 10/30.11120 llchg. 11/20
11/20 Itpd 1980 DATSUN 210 Five, door
Included $600. Call 964-7674 YARD SALE Con't from last week, Thur. wagon.
2 DELUXE APT. In Automatic
recently constructed air stereo runs good
WESTERN after 6 p.m.FLYER 11/20 Itchg complex building. 834 square Sat Antique tub. corner ..Ink.coplain' HELP WANTED look. good. $1200. 473.7618. Itchg BROADWAY & WALTERS
10 speed bike $50. feet all Whirlpool appliances plus choir. 715 S. Westmoreland 11/20

Girls Strawberry Shortcak., $35. dishwasher, disposal, breakfast bar St. 11/20 FEDERAL STATE ft CIVIL Service Jobs. 1981 TOYOTA COROLLA lift back, FR5. TREE SERVICE

964.7660. 11/20 Itchg ceiling fans In each room, carpet mini. YARD SALE Frl. A 501.9.1. 708 Lake St. $14,757 to $57,785/year. Now hiring 2 tone point, five speed AC stereo *
I CLEAN 3 PC. SOFA w/matchlng chair, Next to Handy Way on Brownlee Call JOB LINE Removal
blinds, drapes, laundry room Good 15184593611 ext Good Year eagle tires RWL cloth interior
dining tables, bed, (double A twins), nelghgor and off street parking. $335 Street 11/20ltchg F3339A for listing. 24 hours. 3tpd clean $1450. 4737618 Itchg Trimming
LR suite, glassware, lots more. All month. 964-8601. 11/20 tfnchg. YARD SALE on Sat Nov. 22. On Rd. 225 11/13.20 124COSMETOLOGIST

'clean. See at Vii Used Furniture 1209N. 12 per X 65 MH 3 BR, 2 BA $250 per month. west of Lawtey. Lots of children' Assistant with FL ENGINES, factory remanufactured All Stump Removal

Temple or call 964-6546. 11/20 Itpd 964-4238 11/20 tfnchg clothe, 2 families 782-3978 11/20 license needed Apply at Jessie Hair mokes diesel/gat for cart A trucks Firewood

I SOFA, LOVE SEAT excellent condition. 2 BR HOUSE, clean, ready now. Security Itpd Lines. Itpd 11/20 Warranted 10% over facial y invoice *
Phone 964-5581 after 4 p.m. M F. deposit required. 964 6166. 11/20 Itpd YARD SALE: Great buy, Christmas COCKTAIL WAITRESS No experience .96.2..". p.m. 4733693. 11, 20 4tpd Free Estimate

Anytime Saturday 11/20ltchg HOUSE FOR RENT furnished, couple on craft, plant 8 pecan. 1316 W. necessary Apply in person. Model A 12/11

1984 CHATEAU travel trailer 33 ft. rear ly. 823 W. Cypress St., Starke. Madison, Sot. Nov 22. 1120ltpdMISCELLANEOUS Lounge, Hwy 21, Keystone 2tchg .473.7097.473.7679

bedroom, Ig ref., AC, .self-contained 964.6191. 11/20 Itpd 11120.27 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

like new. 964-5318 or 782.3786. 10/16 SR 230-E, 3 BR. 1 / BA 2 story, all appliances RENT/LEASE After 5 P.M.

tfnchg $300 plus security deposit. HOUSES FOR SALEFOR Keystone Heights
2SO GAL. FUEL TANK with legs. Call 473-7941, 11/202tpd 11/27 HAVING A PARTY Spacious Kingsley STORE OR OFFICE SPACE FOR LEASE4"units
533.2403. after 6 p.m swlfn RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month to choose from $300 month tnLicensed & Insured
Lake Civic Center available for parties, SALE BY OWNER Brick home, 3 BR, per
12,500 BTU WINDOW UNIT AIR CONDI' and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner, Broker Located on SR 21 near Woodland Dr
reunions, 3 BA
family wedding receptions fireplace pool 2 car garage, like
Owner at 964 5069 964 4048 TF
TIONER. 110 Outlet $250. Call or Call CENTURY 21 SHOWCASE PROPERTIES
etc To rent: Call 5332069. 11/133tchg new Mid $90's. Call 4734400 2tpd
533.2..03. after 6 p.m swtfn CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On 11/27. 11/2027 INC.. Broker 473,4903. 11 /64tchg
PECANS U-PICK 60 cent pound. Highway 16 W. Close to prison 11/27
per HOLIDAY PARTIES We have the room
964.7530 or 468.1323. 10/10 Keystone Club Estates
Monday Friday offer 3:30 p.m. all day for you I Bradford.Union Senior Center

Saturday 1316 W. Madison St. FURNISHED efficiencies and mobile Kitchen, dancing etc. $50. Call For Sale: 3 bedroom: 2
964.7824. 11/6 tfnchg homes Inside city, weekly A monthly KEYSTONE VILLAGE
964 4545 to reserve 11/20 Ztchg 11/27
GRAND PIANO $1500. Easy-play JO LU Motel A MH Park. 964-8810. 6/5 bath living room, dinmq

organs, $599 up. New home piano TF room, T-V room eat in '
30%: off. No. Florida's leader Lipham 3 BR BRICK COTTAGE Kingsley Lake MOBILE HOMES Luxurious 1 BR Apartments ,

Music"Where Quality Meets Long Pier AC, Call 964-6491. 9/25 TFN FOR SALE from $215 per mo. kitchen laundry/stuff

Economy' Westgate Regency(404)( ).. RENTALS AVAILABLE: 2/1 Apt. $175 I room plus nice screenedarea
3725351. 11/13 2tchg 11/20 ., very clean, quiet; 2.1/1 opts. $165 2
RM1STCRED MALE treeing Walker pup. ethic $140 $50 elect hookup: TiffinA 1984 DESTINY MH with fireplace. 1 Ca11473.3682 I for relaxing

py. 10 month old started on coons. Owens, Property Managers Bedroom, and more. Take overpayments j Located 9th
Phone 964.6767. 11/13 2tpd 11/20 9645065. 11/20 Itchg Call 782.3358 after 6 p.m or visit Located at beautiful I on fairway

HAND MADE BELTS, extra sizes to 5... 2 OR 3 BR MH outside city limits 1 child 3/20 TF Call 473.3521

See at Waldo Farmers A Flea Market no Inside pets 964-7619 or 964 861. NEW ft USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy XS Keystone Club Estates
Bldg. [>, Booth 38. 11/13 7tchg 12/25 11/13 2tpd 11/20 Well at ASW Mobile Homes 964 6407 |> I It '' I IL
I Sony No Pets
S/S REF-FREEZER (Amana), $200; frost- 2 BR MH furnished $190 per month or 96..6..08. 8/14 tfnrw
DOUBLEWIDE 3 BR. 2 BA, for tale. MOUSKt ii" ''l."hglj'
free ref $100; washer $125; dryer, $ISO deposit No children or pets. Call fOUIl 4
$75; matching Maytag W/D, $300; .68.1323. leave message 10/30 tfnchg Payment about $225. No down payment
chest freezer $135; apt size elect SMALL HOUSE IN COUNTRY for married free delivery S set up. Just good

love, $75; sink with built-in ref A couple For Information Call 964.8602 credit needed Doublewide Home

Stove, $100; new Sear klngsize bed after 6 p.m. JM Center Lawtey, FL 782.3333 11/6

$200; bunk.beds, $100, super-single 2 BR HOUSE IN LAKE BUTLER across from ttnchg
water-bed $60; captain bed $75; baby Middle School. For information call MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 12 x 52, 2 BR. 1 ,
BA, 2i ton Carrier central air unit il
bed $35; computer desk $50. Call 964.8602 after 6 p.m. JM f ;
and electric included -
964.4157. 11/20 Itpd refrigerator stove ___
Clean and In good condition. $3500

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY FIRM. Call/ 964.7572 or 964.5"50. 11/13 s l I _
1 / 11
3tchg 11/27 .. .
RENTLEASESALENORTHWEST 1980 14 x 60, CH4A 2 BR 2 BA, .g T, .g.

backporch, $8500 Must sell,
FOUND Set of keys In front of Women'sClub
Call 964.5391 to identify. 11/13 CORNER OF Call A Thompson 964-4960. 11/20 Itpd ant /
2tchg 11/20 Streets: 2 story masonry buildIng.
Clyde W. mobile home set up on 3 acres, in jipiii
LOST MALE NEUTERED CAT. Simpson 356.68"9.10TF '
Grayish/black stripe Reward. 2 RETAIL SPACES FOR LEASE. 1,250 A Lawtey. Owner financed 782-3894. 1 1 / ,

9644812. 11/20 I IIchg"Beautify 2,750 sq. ft. Hwy 301 5.964.8848.. 11/20 ll/202tpd 1126BRADFORD '; ;

4 tfnchg /vViMYi: ; :

Your I i
Home"Cut Ph. 782-3172'Mon.lhru Sat

Brick Sidingor KANE CYCLE -Fill Sand Drainfield Rock ti 1

Cut Stone REPAIRUS Top Soil ,

Vinyl SidingAluminum 301 N 964.5805upen White Sand for Ponds

Siding Tucs...WedI Thur t-l frt a Sol t., .

CallHomes t' '444-.DWon 1/2 DC lawtey,, In town.
::. -- ----- nice area 18000.
Beautiful -
: I MAT1IKWSHKALTVJI1W.: 'f434--Motel apt. re* 9 ac great .
964.6766 .. ".. I Madison Investment I Tim's Custom Cabinets I

0439Office complex,, commercial
24 hrs. Financing HO r nr Starke FL320ilKKAIIOU ::::! !.:--
f \I.\ building 10 city lots Fronts US 301, Construction -=_
'A"IUr' Inside limits. Remodeling
city .
) : WASI.OC. I. lIiII Ccbinot' *TI! f
We hove many listings see our
llaroM Kpps IMi-.b6(; formettes, wolerlronlage, Commercial tree Estimates '"1

......t1.*.******** # ...: 'IN TOWN 2 BR, 1 BA. CR'.oi'; and good bargain buys I Call Tim Thompson II
hospital, sm. dn., owner fin. bal.
e Parts e Repairs 964.4380 Shop 964.6238 Eves Fx'11
Classified Ads t 29900. Lorraine Chpmoion Broker -
I. Get Discount Price for LAWTEY AREAS 10 Ac. lots, 25%:
dn., bal. 10% for 15 REALTY
Tires & Batteries LAWTEY 125 2 BR, 1 BA, 15 acresplus ucurro

Subscribe J extra septic tank $60.000. G'STROUT...If$1;- ==-.' -- I

I. Today I -E. CALl ST.i 2 or 3 BR, I BA, CH/A f' m.3OM Roberts Real Estate

.**..****...*..*.*.*...* detached 1 car garage $31,000. ", 'J I
CRYSTAL LAKE HOME SITES ese: N. TKMPCK. 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke, FL

Beautiful brick v.n.er" BR, i BA on 2 STARK FL :3JO9I 964.6262 .

FLORIDA CARPET CLEANING & DYE CO. Irg. lots close to lake 90000.

PRATT ST.i 3/1, CH/A stow, .. ... --. ------ .-- I
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES -W. .___.__. .... .. -.0..> -
OFFERED /ELTM) refrig, microwave oven, ceiling fan .NEAR VO-TECH 3 BR, 1 BA home COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301
"Quality Work,low, low prices' Nc;;;;=< ,SOO. Reduced to 36000.
$1' 93 $ Cell to soe.MOVING $50,000. Call Today!
(Any Room A Hall) .,., ScolcHgard Available LAWTEY AREA Gorgeous 3 BR, 2 to Mlddleburg For Sale ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile home. Only

Specializing cleaning and -dyelng of wall to wall carpel furniture cleaning BA, brick veneer, over 2.000 sq ft. 3 BR, 2 BA on '/. acre
and offer bids on commercial work. Interior decor that must be seen to $75,000. Owner terms possible.

Senior Citizen Discount Notnlleageyharge! ; Free advice appreciate, 9.74 acres S much more. I FLORILANuREALTY I .CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms 1 bath central heat & air

964-4997 Price nego. Some owner fin. I Reduced to 35000. I
Call Call
.Reemset.r .mrr.l HISTORICAL PROVIDENCE 135 acre
a rapidly
640 ACRES Excellent development property
an sq.ftoxtro Choc yolkntoogos'locel phono took lurke. eroiHordCli brick home
with 964-7700
farm lovely large
chugs an WOn ouorooiooii Minor olCamm.nie growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that $1200
with all ammenitles, Ige. pecan 393 N. Temple Ave.
tree, ha 4 MH rental, 2 stocked I Vernle P. Odom Broker-CRI' per acre) I.oDAVIS I.

fish pond, near I-7Sond 441, Jeanle Cagnon STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath on 1 acre. $23,000.

_MINI-FARM: Approx. 22.S acre I Ev..54U. Realtor Associate SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. $11,000-
BRASINGTON! with 3 BR. 1 BA, MH. 2 Ige. barn plus
I Bedrooms 2 Bath
e38 ACRE FARM Northwest of Storke, 2 ,
tractor ft equip Many extras. .

CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE INC. LAWTEY AREAl 3 BR. 1 BA CH/A, 1 I BRICK HOME t acres plus, 3 BR, 2 frame with outbuildings, CH/A

acre 39000. I BA on lake Sampson. Good fishing. elO ACRES Pecan grove no Improvements.

"Where Quality U Still Important" ft] LAKE BUTLERi 3 BR, 2 BA, CH/A, Lg. j I Access to 2 lake. Must see to op- efORSYTH ROAD 5 Acres plus, no Improvements 640 f ft

t lot only $41,500..HAMPTON ireclate. frontage on road. 2.9 acres with older mobile home, wet!.
> : 4 BR. 1 BA $18.500. Ap I 'HI ACRES Good Hunting. Owner
James_ Brady, P prox. 11 acres on 325 only $23.000 will finance. pump septic tank.COMPLETE .
HWY lOOEi Approx.! acre with old I

Cldk "Your Local Representbflve': house, 7000. I Graham area St. Rd. 100 6 Lawtey. George W. Robert, Jr. Broker ..
R.ntoll"com.Properfy -4 ACRES PLUS St. Rd. 100. Nearer
2001 N.W. 13th St. WALNUT ST. 4 Plex plus 2 BR, 1 BA, 964.6058 evenings

Gainesville, FL 32601 : Bus. ((904)) 378.5301 MH 78x210 lot w/ parking garage. to. K.y'one..GOOD BLDG. LOTS City water I Terry A. Gain**, CSM, Saleman/Approl
EDWARDS ROi Approx. 4 acre w/ 2
sewer, joining Green Acres. 964-4181 evenings
MH's 4 frame house. .. .... .. ...
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\ tucl\'nt had about the rules ol the ribbons. Grant Jones 'of Bradford was second Their were twenty teams par COMMERCIAL PROPERTY NOTICE
competition and the facts involved in Rusty Eberle from Bradford placed in the Compass Course com- ticipating in the competition this
: com inn up with the answers second in Land Measurment, in petition In which students follow year. The FKA chapter from Bell RENTLEASEOFFICE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub-
I TinFlorida Division ol Forestrycnurdnates which students measure distanceson trails using their instruments to see won the top place overall in the stan- milled to the Union County Times office
: the competition and plots of forested land and varying who can et to the closest exact spot dings after the day-long event had AND WAREHOUSE SPACE In writing and paid In advance
(i" cns-iiimois! provides the prize terrain on a given plot of land without prior concluded and the points were totall- located In Union County Tim. unless credit Is already established
\ knowledge of the features of the ed"They building. Call for Information with this office.
.T i co UPO NU : :3co u PO n land. did a great job, especially 4962261.tin. THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
Jennifer Williams of Bradford since they were competing against RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
placed third in the land measurment older students who probably had the WANTEDFARM CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
CHAIN5A competition and Dwight Allen placed experience of other competition THE TELEPHONE.
I before this Classified deadline I Is TUESDAY
fourth In the compass course year, Bradford County
competition to help the teams'! Forestor Dave Norton said. "They LAND. WILL BUY OR LEASE. Call NOON, prior to Thursday publication.
CHECK UP : overall standing.Hal have done a good job pulling, Tom Choir s. daytime ((904)542.7957) Minimum charge I Is 15 words for$3.50.
then 15 cents for each word thereafter.REAL
; :M Davis of Bradford placed together everything yuo have to night (9045427050.) 11/6 4tchg. 12/24
\ seventh in the Timber Estimation learn in order to place well in these YARD SALE
... -, competition using the Biltmore events, which are pretty difficult the
...-... first time around ESTATE
i'9 22 8 A.M. to 2 P.M. Men's, women's
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C .... and children's clothing (Iumm.r.wlnt.r.all LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY
... .: lee's Restaurant & Lounge slses), toys household ? If I don't have It. I'll find It. Just
Items. Shaw's Subdivision 512 S.W. ask JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.
10 POINT SERVICE CHICK T:J 800 North Temple(301 N.) Starke, Florida I? 13th Street Lake Butler. Itchg. 11/20 496.2126 or 496.2903, eves." "YOUR
Featuring Chinese and American Food l INSURANCEMAINES
1. SHARPEN CHAIN ALL MAKES Lunch Daily Specials
Fried Shrimp&Snow Crab . '8.)5!) Fried Shrimp Imo'd.hrimp) . '3.95 FOR SALE
2. REMOVE ONLY Steak & Fried Shrimp . 9.95 Fried Cod or Calfinh . . '3.95 Main Street, Lake Butler 4963978.
3. REPLACE SPARK PLUG Alliitator Slenh & Fried Shrimp '9.95 USL'hnlceRibeyeSteak r-Ih.t.3.95 Complete Insurance Service. 4/10 tIn 19-INCH RCA COLOR TV less than 1
. 8.95 Fried FroglegH& Cod year.old. $250. Call 496-3004. tfnnchg.
4. ADJUST CARBURETOR Live Maine Labeler .. or Catfish M.50
9 All orders come with Steak & Fried Shrimp . . '5.95 HELP WANTEDTYPISTS 11/13
$13 Salad or Soup Fried Rice All orders come with Soup andor 4963363. 11/13 2tchg. 11120BOATS

6. CHECK OILER French Fries French Fries or Fried Rice $500 weekly at home! Write:

7. DRESS BAR IF NEEDED P.O.Box 975 Elizabeth NJ. 07207
REGULAR $21.00 Two Blocks South of the Econo LodgeOpen 10/16 Btpd. 12/4


9. CLEAN EXTERIOR SAME DAY SERVICE* 6 Days A Week and unencumbered.salary. Call 496-3700.Free room 11/13 and 2tchg.board BASS/SKI BOAT with trolling motor.
Open for Lunch: 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. $1,700. Call 4963636. Itpd. 11/20
10. TEST RUN DIETARY AIDE Full time position .
(WITH APPOINTMENT ONL Open for Dinner:3:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. available. Previous experience prefer

CLOSKI; )THANKSGIVINGCA fififll CLOSED SUNDAYS red. Apply In person to Lake Butlep LOST
HURRY BEAT THE WINTER RUSH Hospital Hand Surgery Center Lake

mature old. Worthington Springs area.
COUPON: ; : >aouPON COUPON; person for short trips surrounding Reward. Call
"How's The Family?" Union County. Contact customers We
Starke Power Equipment train. Write N.B. Dlckerson, Pros., HOMES
Southwestern Petroleum Box 961005
THINGS FOR THE NEW "MATE" TO DO Ft.: Worth. T><. 76161. Itchg. 11/20
Starke Florida 964-8568 By Rev. Ed KirklandLast FOR RENT repair). Delinquent tax property.Repossessions. .
Call 1 1(805)687-6000( ) ,
to a caller wanting some advice about be-
week I began a response Ext. GH-1136 for current repo list
ing the new wife in her husband's life and a new stepmother. In that arti- TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES 11/20 8tpd. 1/8
cle, I brought out some of the things to watch out for if you are in such a FOR RENT Union CountyTimos, 150 TWO BEDROOM ONE BATH frame
situation. Now, let's turn to the positive side with some things you can do Main Street Lake Butler. Phone house on appro 3 acres SR18.
to improve your chances for a happy marriage. 0496-2261 for Information. tIn Owner financed. Hale and Assoc.
Before you dismiss these by telling yourself that your situation is dif- OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE 4963939. 11/13 4tchg. 12/4
GrandOpenin3 ferent, I encourage you to read them. After all, you can do so at your own located In Union County Times Buildingat THREE BEDROOM. 2 BATH NEW HOME
leisure and it won't cost you anything but time. You may just be able to 150 West Main. Call 4962261, for 1,600 sq. ft. on 2 acres In Providencearea.
use something you find, If you do, let me know. I would like to hear if it DOUBLEWIDE more information MOBILE tfn HOME Three Highway frontage. Call 4963026.MOTORCYCLES .

helps you in any way. bedroom. $200 a month plus $100
Okay, enough said, here's the list:
deposit. Call 4963253. tfn/chg. 10/30
MARRIAGE. This is needed for any marriage, but especially for the kind middle school. $170 a month. Call 198 HONDA THREE.WHEELER ATC250SX
we are talking about. Look, if you are about to enter a marriage which in- 964-8602 after 6 P.M. 10/30 tfn Bought In summer 1985 for$1750.
volves a previous mate and possibly children, take an extra few weeks TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME In lake Sacrifice at $800. Shaft driven, electric
and talk to someone. Even if you and your future husband or wife feel Butler also mobile homes In other start reverse Call 496.3004.
sure you're over the first marriage, inside you are not. You will be a thousand locations. Hale and Assoc. Call tfn/chg. 11/13 gear.
times happier if you would get some help in pulling out those old feel- 4963939. ll/134tchg. V2/4 1985 YAMAHA IT200N Bought new In
ings before they come out by themselves after the wedding. CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWNI I Nicely fur. summer 1985 for $1850. Sacrifice at
2. OPENLY AND HONESTLY DISCUSS YOUR ROLES. Actually sit nlshed all electric central heat and $850. Mean machine! Coll 496300.1
Monday Nov. 24,1986"Touch down together and talk about whether you will be expected to replacemom air private paved road laundry and
or dad and how far your discipline can go with the children. Give park playground. Near schools hasp.. CARSTRUCKSENGINES
your partner some"What if.,,"situations and explain how you would han state facilities. PINES SIM 21. east Lake
Butler. Call 496-2366. Two childrenmax.
be able to yourself a lot of frustrations by simply
dle them. You may save
., and no pets, chg/tfn 11/13 factory remanufactured. All
Class" bringing those feelings out in the open. 12'x6.' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom. 1 makes dieiel/gas for cars & truck.
3. RECOGNIZE THE 1/2 bath central air. Must see to appreciate. Warranted 10% over factory Invoice
take much more room to do this subject justice because it depends on 5000. Call 496-0071 496-2411. p.m. 473.3693. 11/20 4tpd _..
consider these things. The kids
their ages and individual situation. But
Detail Auto Cleaning are being uprooted and they d m't know how to handle it.Their foundationis FORSALE.; ...u U' ..
shaken. I'm no*.Saying thlsehould permit wrong behavior am sayingat ,
Specialize in : least try to understand where they are coming from before your react. Fill Dirt Top Soil Tractor Work
This will help become that friend they need instead of being played for the
fool. Backhoe Bulldozer
4. GET ACTIVELY INVOLVED IN A CHURCH. I know you're thinking .
Washing, Interior Cleaning $10.00 "This clown is a pastor, I should expect a pitch for going to church." /T." 964.6182.964-5823L
Handwax Buffer $25.00 Well, before you throw it out, consider some things. For example, I
Washing or
believe the spiritual aspect of your family is paramount, the one around
Interior Shampooing $40.00 which everything else revolves. If you are serious about making this marriage
Deluxe Cleaning All Above $60.00 work, why not admit that a relationship to Christ and seeking to David( Lawson Paint & Body Shop
and wife will draw closer. Also,
know the biblical roles of husband you
r 4, O\ V t-__ there's no better place to make new friends as a couple and have a com Insurance Collision Work Free EstimatesCR

mon interest as a family. '
LOOK TO THE FUTURE. You can NW 28th St. 964.6133TfN
-z-: learn from your mistakes and should, but your new marriage is not the
same as the old one. To make it a success, you have to stop compare
your husband or wife to your first one. If you are the one being
Special 10% Discount to the "old" mate, then you must share the danger of this with your husband -
All Senior Citizens or wife.Don't let it continue indefinitely or the past will destroy your Plumbing Supplies From

Located at 987 N. Temple Ave. hope 6.IF of YOU a future.HAVE ANY DOUBTS GET HELP. If you start to feel the Durrance Pump & Supply .
Next to Court House & Carl Hurst ship might be going down don't wait until you're in the water to ask for 1
help. You may or may not be able to accomplish the above things on your We Drill 2" to 6" Wells State LicensedUS301North64NTempl.AveStarke -
Service Station In fact it is to be commended
Exxon own. There is no shame in going to a third party. -
9-5 because it shows how much you care about your marriage. Why ___. 964.7061E
Open not forget your pride, and save your relationship? Go see your pastor or
another marriage counselor. I suggest a Christian counselor because he -- -

or she should lead you in accord with scriptural principals. .
These are definite, concrete things you can do to make your new marriage BRADFORD- RIDING CLUB-
a happy one which lasts. Of course, by themselves, they will accomplish -
1 Y i 5, 'M nothing.The truth is it's all up to you and how hard you are willing $1000 added Fall Jackpot
X' to work to make this marriage a success. Place: Riding Club Arena at FairgroundsTime
Ed KifktanJ Is pastor of the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church located Just 8 Date: November 22 at 1:00 p.m
west of Camp Blanding on the corner of S.R. 16 and Mary Dot Lane at Open Cloverleaf $500 added
Kingsley Lake. To have question about your family answered in this column Arena Race $125 added
send it.to: HOW'S THE FAMILY, Kingsley Lake Baptist Church Pole Bending $125 added
6337 Seminole St., Starke, FL. 32091 or call Rev. Kirkland's office at Pony Classes $25 added
not printed. Sponsored by:
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Nor; ember:20. I IUKU SECTION 1'ageII! I

. .1.No Verdict Yet for Accused Crack' Cocaine SuDDlier

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At time the all male Brad-
ford County press Circuit Court jury was unsentenced Four confessed, 'crack', but cocaine as yet said Wims'it was attorney William, Horace'Sugarman'Moore Williams, 30, said she has cut down Of the original 11 people arrestedin Nov. 17, Wanda Glover entered a
still deliberating the fate of a her use of the drug but has not been plea of guilty to possession of a con
dealers, and June in
users 'cookers' told the the cocaine ring there
Suggs, not Wims who ran the ring.Suggs' able are sale
substance and
Gainesville who quit. and Waymon trolled
man was charged
jurors that Wims and four defendants
supplied con sister told of awaiting sentenc-
with being the alleged cocaine-crack making a trip Hampton 36, testified they earned or delivery of controlled substance
trolled their Starke ing, trial
drug ring. one in
to Gainesville to Wims home to pick on today, one prison
$50 and all they could smoke in Carl Andrew Jackson guilty to
supplier for Bradford County duringthe up money for her brother and Debra exchange one returned to his homeland andseveral pled
for of controlled substanceand
processing cocaine. a
past year.Koosevelt DeSue, both of whom were In jail at cases which have yet to be possession
The witnesses said Wims supplied the time. Deoue,28.,testified t sne nau oven in scheduled on the court calendar. Waymon Hampton pled guilty to
'Papa' Wims, 39,of 2626 them with cocaine to sell,hired themto love with Wims and had sold cocaine possession of controlled sustance or
mixture containing cocaine
NW 26th Place, Gainesville was 'cook' the powered cocaine into Suggs testified of his friendshipwith for him. s. Charles Jackson, Jr., 26, of Starkewas any investigation was
charged with five counts of cocaine- the concentrated rock or crack form Wims and his trips to Miami A Gainesville man told of delivering the first of those arrested in the ordered presentence on each defendant..
related charges, including traffick- and paid for the operation of a house with Wims and told how he was paid $2,600 to the Bradford County cocaine ring to be sentenced.
where the drug was smoked. week for Jail from Wims for the release of Jackson
ing and conspiracy to traffic. $500 a 'holding' packages.He pled guilty Aug. 18 to sale
Wims' arrest in September followed The crack was cooked in local met Wims through another DeSue when she was arrested the and delivery of a controlled Debra Ann DeSue is expected to
an investigation by the Bradford motels or apartments and sold from witness Shirley Williams. first time. substance and was sentenced to 30 change her plea December 1.
County Sheriff's Department that The Apartments on Brownlee Road testified Wednesday that he months in the Department of Correc-
climaxed when suspected drug-ring netting $100,000 in street sales since Shirley Williams testified that her had never sold drugs, did not use tions. He also pled to charges of
members agreed to testify against October of last year, according to emaciated appearance was due to drugs and had never brought any in- grand theft and forgery and was
Wims. Bradford County Sheriff Dolph Red- cocaine addition she is now battling. to Starke. He told of his love of given jail time to run concurrently.
gambling, his involvement with
dish. numerous women but said he had Demetries F Bethel 22, of The trial of Carlos Ford 38, of
never been to a motel in Starke. lie Nassau Bahamas pled no contest Starke, also arrested in June for
said he had held money for DeSue Oct. 6 to delivery of controlled possession controlled substance and
and Suggs and had befriended all of substance-cocaine and was fined sale and delivery controlled
the people who testified substance is scheduled to start at 9
Bethel immigration
against $1,200. was picked up by -
I him. authorities a m. this morning, Thursday

Jury Convicts Driver in Bridge

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it is almost a necessity. ,

Jacksonville man was found and traffic on Interstate 95 was by the impact of the crash. His body
guilty of killing a Starke man and his diverted to other thoroughfares.Miller was found in the St. Johns River
Why postpone making arrangements co-worker who were struck by a car drove for several miles south three days later. His co-worker died

for funeral? __ during nighttime repairs on the in I-95's northbound lanes before instantly as he was dragged under
your Fuller Warren Bridge last May. crashing onto the bridge about 1 Miller's car along the crest of the

Call us or come by for the a.m. on May 1. bridge.
Scott Miller 23 convicted of
plans that are available. ---- manslaughter,while, was driving under Joseph Randall McGee, 33, of The family of McGee, who had sat
the influence which is punishable by Starke and a co-worker were through most of the trial, said they
members of a crew replacing the were glad when the trial was over.
15 years in prison on each of the two
counts. metal grating in the center span of "The family is very pleased with the
the bridge when Miller drove onto vedict and I feel that justice was
The bridge closed to traffic at
JONES FUNERAL HOME the bridge, striking them. served," said Donald Falcon.
night In April and May for repairs McGee was knocked into the river McGee's half brother

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II I 1'11))Ki'l2: HSKCTION November ZO, 19/18/ .

Ii State Attorney Gets 45 Felony Cases in October_ _ _ .

,[ The Bradford Office of the State Six petitions were filed in juvenile Howell Monroe Williams arrested Dale Wesley Aycock arrested Aug. ment officer; sentenced to two years make full restitution to Florida Bank
Attorney received 45 new in court and one guilty plea was ec-- Nov. 22 for burglary, grand theft; 9 for burglary with theft; case DOC. plus 10 percent Interest, pay $150 at-
dividuals cases anil/or felony defen cepted. defendant pled to other charges. transferred to misdemeanor division Curtis Lee Aldridge arrested June torney fee; arrested June 1984 for
dant: for prosecution during the The following cases received final John Wayne Francis arrested 28 for aggravated assault; pled no VOP, found guilty, ordered to enter
month of October. Two of the cases disposition during the month of Oc June 30; pled( guilty to grand theft, Inmate David L. Collier charged contest to improper exhibition of work release center in Duval Countyfor
were prison related, according to Investigator tober. placed on four years probation, pay with aggravated battery; case dangerous weapon; given one year one year, sentence suspended if
Wiley Clark. $300 court costs, make one fourth dismissed, insufficient evidence as probation, $250 fine. mayments were met; arrested '\
Information was filed on 26 prior Howard Louis Johnson arrested restitution. to this defendant. Inmate Clarence Allen pled no January, 1985 for VOP, found guilty
cases and the office declined to pro- May 15 for armed robbery; case Howell Monroe Williams arrested Betty Jane Link arrested Aug. 27 contest to aggravated battery; sentenced to 24 months DOC, five
secute fourteen cases. Eight cases dismissed, defendant pled to other Nov. 22 for burglary, petit theft of for aggravated assault; case sentenced to 4Vi years DOC, con- years probation: arrested Aug. 11
were dismissed and three were charges. Terwillegar's; defendant pled to transferred to misdemeanor secutive to sentence now serving. for VOP, found I in violation, proba-
I transferred! to misdemeanor court. Elizabeth Smith arrested March other charges divison. Inmate Gerard A. Mainor pled tion continued
, There wore two jury trials and six 11 for issuing worthless check; Williams arrested Nov. 22 for Andrew Louie Chaff arrested Aug. guilty aggravated battery; sentenced Darla Jane Strickland arrested
iionjury trials. The office executedone defendant sentenced on other burglary, grand theft of Norman's; 5 for aggravated assault; completed to 3V4 years DOC. June 2 for burglary of dwelling ((4
search warrant and filed one charges. defendant pled to oilier charges. pre-trial intervention program. Inmate Jose Crawford charged counts), grand theft (4 counts); pled
felony appeal.No Thomas Deland Strickland arrested Williams arrested Nov. 22 for Robert Olin Fulgham arrested with aggravated battery; pled guil- guilty to grand theft, given five
judicial action was taken on June 20 for burglary of dwell- burglary of TG&Y; defendant pledto Aug. 26 for grand theft; case ty, sentenced to three years DOC. years probation, make share of
one case and 19 pleas of guilty were ing ((4 counts) grand theft (4 other charges. dismissed, victim does not wish to Inmate Harry L. Mungin charged restitution.
aCl'pted.Twenty. counts); pled guilty to grand theft, Kenny DeSue arrested June 27 for prosecute. with possession of contraband, to- Richard J. Miller arrested March
misdemeanor cases were sentenced to three years Depart- delivery of cocaine; case dismissedat Inmate Willie Watts charged with wit; weapon; pled guilty, three 19 for sexual battery; lewd assault
filed and 64 prior cases were ment of Corrections (DOC), to be request of investigating agency aggravated battery; defendant years DOC, consecutive to any upon or in presence of child; pled
dismissed by the office in October, followed by two years probation,pay Joey L. Crews arrested Oct. 3 for sentenced on other charges. sentence now serving. guilty attempted engaging in sexual
said Clark. The office declined to one fourth of restitution. issuing worthless check ($295)); vic- Benjamin James Kite arrested Inmate Timothy A. Jones charged activity upon child, sentenced to 30
prosecute ten cases and two cases Elizabeth Smith arrested March tim does not wish to prosecute. Sept. 8 for threat against public ser- with escape; pled no contest to rob- months DOC.Mariam .
were dismissed by the court. There 11 for issuing worthless check; Mark Randolph Stokes arrested vant; victim does not wish to pro- bery, battery law enforcement of- Yvonne Miller arrested
were two nonjury trials and 15 guiltyrl defendant sentenced on other August 9 for burglary with theft; secute. ficer, burglary of conveyance, March 19 for lewd acts upon or in
*as were accepted. charges.YOU'LL transferred to misdemeanor divi- Mark C. Ellis arrested Sept. 15 for assault, grand theft of motor vehi- presence of child; pled guilty to
sion.Tom grand theft; defendant being pro- cle; sentenced under guidelines to soliciting sexual activity upon child;
SAVE MONEY Lindsey arrested June 28 for secuted in other Jurisdiction.Joe 8V4 years DOC, consecutive to any given five years probation, orderedto
LOAIDA delivery of cocaine; insufficient Lynn Woodruff arrested Sept. sentence now serving. pay $600 costs, fined $300.
Q at Florida Pest Control'sLAWN evidence as to this defendant. 15 for grand theft; defendant beging Inmate Willie J. Williams charged Joseph D McDaniel arrested
CONTROL & GARDEN CENTER Joey L. Crews arrested Oct. 3 for prosecuted in other jurisdiction. with aggravated battery; pled guiltyto March 14 for grand theft; pled no
539 E, Call Street 964575WeedEater issuing worthless check ($155); vic- Inmate Alonzo W. Bryant pled no aggravated assault, sentenced to contest, placed on five years proba-
tim does not wish to prosecute. contest to battery of law enforce- 24 months DOC. tion, pay costs, complete program at
Inmate Willie Watts charged with restitution center, make $75 restitu-
Make It A first degree murder; pled no contestto tion to victim.
TORO CHRISTMAS second degree murder; sentencedto James Allen arrested May 26, 1984
POWER l 17 years DOC, consecutive. for aggravated assault; pled guilty,
BLOWER YEAREND The Law Firm of Inmate Moses William McMillian placed on five years probation, 90
SpecialsModel charged with possession of contra- days county jail, pay attorney fees;
band, a weapon; pled no contest, arrested Nov. 1985 for VOP, found
Terence M. Brown P.A.is sentenced to 28 months DOC. guilty,continued on probation; Sept.
Model 20672 Thomas Edward Rodriquez arrested 7 arrested for VOP, found guilty,
2500 Reg. '549.95 Aug. 30 for disorderly intox- sentenced 28 months DOC.
r Electric pleased to announce that ication, threat against public ser- Betty Varnes arrested Aug. 6 issuing -
LightweightDevelopes $ IJ vant, resisting arrest with violence; worthless check; pled guilty,
125 WPHM99 !If 4 995 transferred to misdemeanor divi- sentenced 12 months current,followed -
Darla Jean by four years probation, make
ONLY Christopherhas sion.Lewis Paul Duchene arrested restitution.
Varnes arrested Aug. 6 for issuing
Sept. 8 for manufacturing cannabis;
Mulch Around become associatedwith transferred to misdemenaor divi- worthless check; pled guilty,
sentenced to 12 months DOC (con-
Plants Now For sion.George Augusta Smith arrested current), make restituiton.

yPRES Winter Protection the firm Aug. 23 for threat against public ser- complaint The following were charges dismissed by during sworn
ONLY-. vant, trespass; transferred to October.
MUlC" misdemeanor division.
Sworn complaint of aggravated
25'bS ; Carolyn C. McDade arrsted Feb. assault; transferred to misde-
11 for burglary, grand theft; pled meanor division.
t:_ = -- 486 North Temple Avenue guilty to burglary of structure, plac- Three charges of child abuse; in-
ed on probation for five years, make sufficient evidence as to these defen-
Power to Spare with Starke, Florida 32091 $40 restitution, pay $550 court costs. dants., cases lacks prosecutivemerit.

BlowerVacModel Telephone ((904)) 9648272NO 1984 Mark for issuing D. Mattox worthless arrested check Oct.(two 10, Sworn complaint of aggravated
assault; victim does not wish to pro-
counts); pled guilty, placed on five secute.
years probation; arrested Sept. 8,
Sworn complaint of arson; insuffi-
1986 for violation of probationVOP
-- cient evidence as to this defendant.
960 Model 940 ( ); found violation, probationterm Sworn complaint of burglary petit
'28.0 cc engine-150 MPH Blower 26.2 cc modified to run 28 months. theft; insufficient evidence as to the
Easy conversion 140 MPH Velocity VENT REQUIRED Mattox arrested June 11, 1983 for defendant.
\ Weight 11 Ibs. _n HiGAS forgery (eight counts), passing forg- Sworn complaint of grand theft
169 ?\\\ 12 ed instrument (eight counts); pled auto; insufficient evidence as to the
13999 guilty, five probation,
\\\ given years defendant
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