Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01770
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 6, 1987
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: UF00027795:01770
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Last Acre- Ceremony 1 .."

Completes Soil Survey -. .

by Joe Gissy

BCT Staff Writer The Soil Survey...

The Soil Conservation Service has The survey was made to provide k
completed its survey of the soils of information about the soils in Bradford -
Bradford County,commemorated in county.
a "Last Acre Ceremony" held at the The information includes a
agricultural building in Starke,Monday description of the soils and their
afternoon. Aug. 3. location and a discussion of the
In explaining the project, David suitability, limitations and manage-
Dearstyne. Soil Scientist with the ment of the soils for specified uses.
USDA Soil Conservation Service,
stated."About 95 percent of the soils Soils scientists walked the entire
in Bradford County are poorly drain- county on foot, observed the
ed, or worse. The greatest use is steepness, length, and shape of
slopes,. the general of IMF IN-
for forest products, and rightly so, pattern
he said.. drainage, the kinds of crops and
native plants growing on the soils,
Joint Venture.. and the kinds of bedrock.

The project was started in They dug many holes to study the
January 1904! ,and was funded joint- soil profile,which is the sequence of
ly by the County Commission, The natural layers, or horizons, in a soil.
Florida Department of Agricultureand The profile extends from the surface
Consumer Services, and the down into the unconsolidated
University of Florida Institute of material from which the soil form-
Food and Agricultural Sciences, and ed. X .+
the Soil Conservation Service of the Soil scientists recorded the
U. S. Department of Agriculture.Total characteristics of the soil profiles
costs! of the project are about that they studied. They noted soil
75 cents per acre, of which the Soil color, texture, size and shape of soil
Conservation Service carried thelion's particles, kind and amount of rock
share. Bradford County con- fragments, distribution of plant 4 .
tributed just under$20,000 to the project roots, acidity depth and width of soil

horizons, and other features that
help them identify and classify soils.
Soil Survey Uses...
The soil survey is designed for After describing the soils they
were assigned to taxonomic classes.
many uses. Farmers, foresters and
Each class has a set of
ranchers can use it to determine the
of the characteristics with well defined
potential resource they have,
and the management techniques limits.
needed to maximize the yield from After the classes of soils were
their crops. Planners, developers, described and located, boundaries of
engineers, builders and home each body of soil were drawn on
buyers can use it to select sites for aerial photographs and identified as

construction and identify special a specific !!!lPJ.nit. _
needs for their projects. Conservationists A map unit delineated on a soil
teachers, students, and map represents an area dominated
recreation specialists can be helpedto by one major kind of soil. Soil
understand and enhance the environment The soil maps can be used to com- Survey Completed... ing.Jack Vincent aide to State Senator Wayne Hollingsworth, D-Lake CI-
,waste disposal. Pollution pare the suitability of areas for Bradford County Commissioners State Representative Chance Irving. ty; Commissioners E. L. Norman Joe Riddick. Lawrence Mosely and
control specialists can use it to help specific uses. Also, they can be usedto R-Orange Park.and Soil Conservation Service participants watch at Par- Wilbur Waters: Dr. Mary E. Collins. U.of Fla. Soils Dept.; Soil Scientist
them plan the safe disposal of determine areas that are not ty Leader David Dearstyne takes the last soil sample to map the last acre David Dearstjrae,Joe Relch......chairman of the Bradford Soil and Water
wastes. suitable for a particular use. in Bradford County. Conservation District: AI.'. State Soil Scientist Warren Henderson and
From left: Commissioner Maxie Carter. Representative Chance Irv District Conservationist Fletcher Stephens.

Equine Encephalitis "Horse Sleeping Sickness" in Area... .

Dr. James E. Pennington of-the from birds to mosquitos to horses, Only one case in a human has been shot series, about 3 weeks apart, walk in circles, "Bump into fences, excess of 90 percent. Virtually all
Town and Country Veterinary Clinicin and occassionally to humans, reported in the last two years in then repeated every six months for trees,buildings,stagger,fall and be cases so far have been the eastern
Starke,reports that several cases Although they are not the usual host. Florida. None in 1986. the life of the animal, for completeand unable to rise. They will flail the air strain. A western type has been
of equine encephalitis,also known as This disease in humans is rare, A_ vaccine is available that will total control. with their legs, and will usually die reported in the past, which has a
sleeping sickness or "blind Stag but is sometimes fatal, when con- prevent the'disease in horses in virtually The disease is usually fatal to the or become paralized. mortality rate in excess of 50 per-
gers."have been diagnosed in Brad- tracted. Symptoms are: fever, every case. Since Florida has horses contracting the virus. It at- Two strains of the virus are pre- cent.
ford County' and the surrounding headaches,stiff neck,nausea,and in relatively mild winters the diseasecan tacks the central nervous'system,' sent. The eastern strain is the most Only one vaccine is needed,as it is
area- severe cases, stupor, coma, convulsions be transmitted year round. The causes the brain to become inflamed common in FJorieSTand'is the most effective for both strains of the
Equine encephalitis is transmitted and paralysis. vaccine should be started in a two and induces fever. Horses will virulent, having a mortality rate in virus.

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: Owner-operator Steve Flitch receives the Bradford has been built in back.The offices have been complete
: ; Improvement Award for June from Susan Faulkner ly repanded inside. New ceilings have been installed
-fF 11 1s' I IIn'I' 00 i chairperson of the Improvement Award Committee inside.
I Held
"... :wt: Ute Sterke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce. Jones Funeral Home dales back to IHI! ,and began In
.;(: ..: ,,'..... Jones Funeral Home Is undergoing a complete a bouse by founder DeWitt C.Jones. Before that Jones
O F"j" ,.,.."H.''.':' renovation, inside and out. The outside has been sold caskets out of his hardware and coke plant
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;.v.f:;:; decorated with brick and there is a new roof fine.Thereare businesses.Jones bad motorized funeral cars in use In
< : ; bricked columns, new doors and windows and anew Starke in 1 1S-1'. the second funeral home to do so.
lighting system Inside and out. A new cedar deck Tampa was first. Jacksonville third.


1000 V ,I lI l Waste Agreement Presented to Starkeby

business. said .Onuntv Commission any legal considerations regarding
Buster Rahn Lawrence Mosley, who attended the the document.
BCT Staff Writer
city meeting with Commissioner
i Starke city council heard county Maxie Carter.The county currently In Other Matters...
commissioner Maxie Carter explainthe accepts all city garbage at its main Grants
: county's plan for handling the Landfill for $25,000 per year. an ar- advised the Administrator council that Linda Day
special assessment for funding solid rangement negotiated when the representatives
'. from the
Department of
waste disposal, and its proposal for Department of Environmental
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'- the city to join with the county in an old Community Affairs will be in Starke
.41 .V Regulation DER) closed the city and
Thursday Friday, August 6 and
interlocal agreement.The .
;:r' dump on Laura Church Road(NE 7, to make an on-site review of the
.: :. county plans to bill each property 20th Ave.)
in the NW
area quadrant of town for
-' owner at a rate to be
:"' $&&#* which
; a grant is being requested.
.' established, for each residence or City commissioners would like for
.. I business on his property. Unless the the county to come up with a firm Sandra Demps came before the
: !. ;. council approves the interlocal assessment figure before the agreement council to request information in
agreement,the county cannot bill ci- is signed.. The county is working getting a fire-gutted house razed,
ty residents. determine bow much money is which is adjacent to her home. Ms.

That means: If the council does not sign the in- neededto for garbage disposal under Day said she is familiar with the
terlocal agreement, the city will be DER regulations but has not yet and will bring it to the attention
You can make a lunch date with your two best friends and be sure back in the garbage disposal been able to reach a firm figure.It of the Department of Com-
munity Affairs this week, in attempt
all of can make it. an -
; you of the to get it included in the
will be the responsibility current
.'" '. .; You can hold a conference with your child's teacher and principal THE BRADFORD property owner to collect from grant, operating in the area.
and get the full report. tenants. Billing will be mailed by the City Clerk Neil Tucker reportedon
COUNTY TELEGRAPH office of the county property appraiser a bid opening by the bond trustees
You can chat with your mom and mother-in-law so good news is a
.. Published every Thursday at and assessment will be for a step-down transformer, to be
.'.;..., family affair. 135 W. Call Street.: collected by the tax collector. installed at vo-tech. Since an alternate .
You can negotiate with your real estate agent and the perspective Starke Florida 32091 Failure to pay the assessment bid was received the bond
which will be included with the annual trustees turned the bids over to a
the deal
to moving along.
buyer keep
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Second Class postage paid at tax bill, will result in a ben on committee for evaluation and
; You can talk to two people at the same time and not have to call Starke. Florida the property. recommendation.

.. P: ,. ... '. ': .' back and forth and back again. and additional mailing offices. complexes Attorney Brown recommended
Owners of updating old resolution
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,/{ ,, : "h; "" '.Three-Way Calling.Saves the trouble of saying it twice.Alf POSTMASTER: Send address and trailer parks will be assessed the for the city to $450,000hwith of
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.. ...; ,* ," changes to property.and win pass thedditional Florida National Bank. The council
r....' ...::41.. ... .i; .... I Bradford Co. Telegraph cost 011 to the tenant in the passed the resolution.
....., ,J .. .it(!. \ ..: .,. P.O. Drawer A. Starke. FT. 32091 form of higher tent.The .
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decision for the county by August 18.
In trade area: 12.00 per year its next regular meeting date. City
$7.00 six months Terence Brown was askedto "S SOOM; '
.. Attorney wine will spoil if ox-
Outside area: $13 per year review the proposed interlocal
possd to hence
Where people connect C Cartel.i 1987 BflM;
47.5O six months agreement and advise the council of tinted bottles.P4igr .

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DOC Needs

Court Hearing Set On

4,000 New

Lt Paris'
-. Qualifications...

Prison Beds
by Buster Rahn

Florida's prison population Is BCT Staff Writer 1970.He registered in the city June 8,
growing at the rate of 100 new in- / When Chief of Police Jimmy claiming a house on Weldon St. as
mates per day, Richard Dugger, Bowen filed a written formal complaint his residence, although the house is
Secretary of the Florida Department with City Clerk Neil Tucker undergoing renovatioh.
of Corrections, told members contesting Michael Howard Paris' Paris, by his own admission in a
of the Starke Rotary Club last week. i'4t right to run in the upcoming city statement issued, has not been
Dugger said that Florida ranks se- election, he raised an issue of long registered in the city for 6 months,
cond or third in size among the na standing that will be settled by the as required by statute. And,whether
tion's prison systems, and will need circuit court. Paris was a legal resident when he
4,000 more beds this year to keep up Clerk Tucker forwarded the com registered in the city June 8 remainsin
with its growth. The 1987 Legislature plaint to city attorney Terence question.
appropriated $65 million for new Brown, who turned the issue over to Similar situations have arisen at
prisons and a search is now in progress r Yt circuit court Judge Osee Fagan,who least twice before in prior years but
for desirable sites, Dugger will hold a hearing this afternoon the candidates were not challengedby
said. Most of these will be built in 4 ) (Thursday, August 6), at 4 or 4:30: the opposing candidate,or city officials
rural locations since it is too expen- I : 'l i p.m., depending on his schedule. or a resident.
sive to place new prisons in urban r : ,. The questions before Judge Faganare Chief Bowen the only candidateto
: ;. /.' : Does a need to be resi-
areas, the secretary said. In ; < person a draw opposition in the upcomingcity
response to a letter sent out by DOC, ." rsy.' V V ''L. dent of Starke before running for election. Two commissioners,
20 of Florida's smaller, rural- J ". ;. \ election in the city? Whether or not Mayor Vernon Silcox and Charles
oriented counties indicated an Interest :.y' '.. ..i.. defendant Paris is a resident of the Schaefer, and City Clerk Neil
in being selected as a prison ",- .'1$,. .. City of Starke? Whether Paris is Tucker, did not draw opposition.
site, and several offered to donate I t. qualified to run for the office of chiefof They will be re-elected without hav-
the necessary property and make ,;" I > police? Whether Paris' name tog their names on the ballot.If .
other concessions Dugger said thatsmall I should appear on the Sept. 8 city Judge Fagan rules candidate
counties in North and West I election ballot? Paris is ineligible to run, Chief
Florida Candidate Paris has been a resi- Bowen will be automatically re-
spect of are a new attracted annual by payroll of- Hampton Woman Dies in Head-On CollisionA dent of Bradford County, and a elected, and the city election will be
from seven to eight million dollars. registered voter in the county: since cancelled for this year.

Dugger defended GovTMarlinez's: -
campaign in behalf of Florida's new 24-year-old Hampton woman died Wednesday Mrs. Stone was traveling north on CK-221 toward Commissary Food Store
five percent service tax that afternoon,Aug. 4,in a 3 p.m.accident when her car col- Hampton. Bradley was traveling south towards US-301
it was a choice between that or a lided head-on with a pickup truck on CIl-221 a mile in a Chevrolet S-IO pickup. According: to FIIP Investigating SR 225 at US 301 Lawtey 7823017We
possible state income tax in order to south of Hampton. Officer Bill Abrams, the 19X0 Honda car Food Stamps Visa-Master
Accept charge-W.I.C.
raise funds to meet the state's need Helen Youman Stone was pronounced dead at Brad- Mrs. Stone was driving went left of the center line and
for new prisons and other facilities. ford Hospital.Her one year old daughter Amanda a collided head-on with the pickup.It is thought that Mrs.
restrained seat In the back of the car, apparently survived Stone turned to look at the baby in the back seat and the FREEZER SPECIALS
When questioned to aooutFlorida"Sinability with only a contusion on her head. The baby was car veered over the center line. 10 Rib Eyes 1 box of 16 Rib Eyes
execute convicted transported to Shands Care Center by helicopter. Mrs. Stone was pinned In the car. Starke firemen us-
criminals on death row, Dugger Clyde Bradley, a county employee who works at the ed the Jaws of Lire to extricate, her from the car. 2 Fryers 20 Pork Chops
placed the blame on judges in the KH landfill, and driver of the truck, sustained a broken In photo above City Fireman Rusty Barrett, Starke 2 Ibs
11th district Federal Court in Atlanta. arm and cuts to his face. Bradley was taken to BII by Fire Chief Dwayne Hardee and Homicide Investigator Hamburger 2 Fryers
Rescue 61, then to Alachua General Gainesville. Calvin Pace confer at the scene. 10 Pork Chops 20 Cube Steaks

$19.99! 3 Ib Hamburger $39.99

School Budgetfrom FOOTBALL

OTHER SPECIALS 20 Pork Chops$9.95
( Page 1A) money is on the minimal side. Dun- high school. LE needs more money PHYSICALSPhysical
T-Bone Steaks
textbooks or supplies after it was can said he knows teachers spend a for consumable books for grades 1.89 ea. Hamburger $1.29 Ib
pointed out it would be better to wait lot of their own money. K-2, Paterson said. He also requested examinations to play Rib Eyes .790 ea. Boiled Ham $2.49 Ib
until after the October student Don't limit any extra money to flexible funds he can shift to football at Bradford High arc
count. 50 students short out of an textbooks, leave it in supplies so the that purpose.It set at 7 p.m. August 11 in the 16 Rib Eyes $9.95 Slab Bacon $1.49Ib per slab
enrollment of 4,200 could cost the principals can use it where needed, was also pointed out by Supt. BHS field house.
board $95,000, Supt. Duncan pointedout. asked Southside Elementary Prin- Duncan that in the pursuit of an
cipal Jesse Moore. adopted textbook in each area,
Ms. Chastain told the board that Board members tried repeatedlyto $42,000 is in the budget of Curriculum
every teacher she's asked uses up get the principals to say whether Director Burney Winkler. 4 4 j
the supply money they get from the they've got enough textbook moneyin Last year the math series was pur-
system, get extra from the parent- their budgets, even though the chased countywide for grades K-5.
teacher association, then begin to textbooks funds for individual This year that series will be supplied i
use their own money. schools have been cut about 50 per- grades 5-8, Ms. Winkler said. Also
Supt. Duncan said $100 per cent from last year. The answer ordered for this year is a languagearts
classroom would cost about $25,000, was, they can live with it. series for grades K-6.
and could be expended in that man- BHS Principal Charles Francis Plans are to get a social studies
ner. The board can change the said any amount of money can be series next year, Mrs. Winkler said. r
budget at any time, he explained. spent on textbooks, ".,.so much "Don't give away the store," cau-
Already included in the budget for there wouldn't be anything left for tioned Supt. Duncan on the wishes w
supplies is$53 per student in elemen- teacher raises." for more supply and textbooks
tary school, $63 in the middle school, Lawtey Elementary Principal money. "If you want to give the ( 1 1 1 rsI
and $75 in high school. Buddy Paterson pointed out elemen- schools more dollars, the best placeis
Supt. Duncan said the supply tary needs are different from the probably supplies. I PRICES BEGIN THURS.,

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County Budgetfrom popes STARKE LOCATION ONLY.

( Page 1 A) fund, and let the council decide than any year since I have been Jii Gilbey'sGin
drawn up by the County Attorney, where the money would be spent. here," he said, in a compliment to _
Reggie Flynn,and other due process The Fire Council is composed of the Commission.
procedures followed, so it is unlikelythat two representatives from each "Just tell me what you want to do: 80 VODKA L_
the taxes can be put in place volunteer unit,of which there are six a gas tax, sales tax, special assessment 1 ,
before October. in the County. This group will decide or a millage increase, and I'll 1.75 LITER =(=- 1.15 LITER
where the need is greatest, and balance the budget from there," 59.2 t. 511.2 0'.
Solid Waste Assessment... disperse the monies accordingly.This said Brown.A .
A special assessment for the col- was agreed to by the commis- utility tax is also a possibility in 949 1166 aijVI
lection and disposal of solid wastes sion. The total monies allocated this charter counties, as is Bradford,
was again discussed. year will be $31,400, from which said Chairman Lawrence Mosley.
Five classifications of propertiesare about $7,000 will be needed for in- That route would require public iuawiu.
being considered: Hotel, Motel surance premiums. hearings, long debate,and a referen- D 1 %. -
and Restaurant; Residential; Multi dum. "I know the people would not
Unit Residential, including trailer Back To The Budget... vote themselves a tax/ said several .
parks and campgrounds; Commer- "There's not much use in starting commissioners, so the discussion
cial, and Governmental. Some early," said County Clerk Gib ended there.
classifications may be subdividedinto Brown last Wednesday. "The The two cents per gallon increaseon
categories according to the Department of Revenue has come gasoline tax was the result.There -
amount of waste they generate, and out with new allocations and new was still almost a $700,000 deficit in BACARDI
the size of the establishment.For estimates," he said. the budget figures last Wednesday, '
example, an apartment "Overall, the county will realize and that was left for Clerk Brown to = PUERTO RICANrum Imported+
building would be assessed at the about$100,000 gain in funds from the struggle with until Monday. { = ImportedCanadian
residential rate, times the number of state," said Pat Farnsworth,county
units, or a business's rate may be auditor. "This is a ball park figure/' BACARDI AMBER
based on the :volume of waste they he said, "for example, there is a dif A Tight Budget... .
have generated in the past. ference of $7,000 in two estimates At the urging of Clerk Brown, 1.75 SILVER
(from them)of the same money,"he the commission will send a memo to r W 59.20'LITER. CANADIAN
Fire Council... stated. all county Department heads, ex- MIST 88 Z50ML.
Percy Sullivan, president of the "Its also hard to get a handle on plaining the tight budget situationand
County Volunteer Fire Council, appeared the carryover funds," said Brown. urging them to limit expen- 1345
before the Commission to re- "There is still three months to come ditures wherever possible; that ,
quest that all the monies allocated to out of the present budget." And there will be no budget amend- = WNFN -
the various Volunteer fire units in "you have generated more interest ments, and the budget will be frozenif J oaNaNS '- -
the county, be combined into one from money on deposit this year necessary.

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Announces the Association of

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964-7180Jij KENTUCKY
on the 13th day of August, 1.Z5 LITER BOURBONSeagram's
@ 1987, beginning at 12 Noon at

'1IIIDOAVIa BUICK I maUICK.f'ON11AC. the courthouse in Starke, F r 1.15 LITER
.!to+C. TRUCKS County of Bradford, State of 59.2 G' 1
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sale certificates
GREEN COVE SCOS.II.MO43 00 Caw leg* M4-30M Florida, tax VM7 Jy/XVE
will be sold on the following ffOUSE&o 1188

---------. --- --- -- described land to pay the
amount due for the taxes

NOTICEThe herein set opposite the same, cSeagraui
together with all costs of such

Bradford County Sheriff's sale and all advertising.
Either S. Hall,

Office is accepting applicationsfor Tax Collector
Bradford County, Flo. ,hATUNAI

the position of Deputy 04226--00101 4961.14 wlvfcoolltC

Sheriff beginning August 10 007371-000-4 WINE COOLER t ,,,
and closing August 31 1987. PO STARKE BOX,70 FL 32091 GOLDEN PEACH 6-PAK REGULAR

Office. 32 6S 22 COM AT NE CORNE' WILD BERRY hF! f.f12 OZ.
Apply at Sheriff's N'E'W -= PREMIUM .
320.71'TO PCB CONT. W __ 4 PAK t

199.31'S4TE 461.96'TO 88 12 oz.BTLS. ,
Dolph E. Reddish (ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROll) 2'

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'''1:'' TKI.KUKAPII: August fI. 1957!

etttTOTliAlS King Cotton Fell to The Boll Weevil "

of Bradford Medical Association was held,attended by
In the World War days 1917,
Doctors E.T. Campbell, A.H. Freemanand
waging an agriculturalwar
County was
51 rlll _L against the boll weevil, the ravenous I J.P. Tomlinson, all of Starke; J.E.
Maines and Seeber King, Lake Butler
pest that threatened to put an end to the ;
Sea Island cotton industry, that had been E.L. Biggs Lawtey and J.Bt Phillips of
the mainstay of area farmers for over halfa Worthington Springs.A .

Franklin Was Right... century.In resolution was unanimously adopted
pledging the members to take care of the
June of 1917. the cotton crop, which
had begun to form bolls,was beaten to practice of any member of the association
-- Just
We Have a RepublicIf 'who may be called to the front during the
the ground and totally ruined in the
turning his one-third of
over family
Wateroak section of the county by a ter-
We Can Keep It rific hail storm. As related to The the proceeds of the practice, so long as
such member holds a commission lower in
Telegraph by A. B. Alvarez, a farmer of "
rank than
that section, hail as large as a hickory nut major.

After 41 days of testimony from 29 withstand the damages of policies that fell cotton in that bolls area were with pierced such by force round that holes many as Out of The Past

witnesses before the joint House and are based on lies and deceit. He con- if they had been shot through by rifle balls. R.A. (Lex) Green who served over two

Senate investigating committee, the demned "individuals who acted outsidethe The noise of the wind, hail and thunderwas decades as Congressman from this
most important questions still remain. constitutional process to achieve said to be deafening, and the thick district, was making his political debut in

their ends. That path leads of course to hail, combined with leaves, twigs, and July 1914.The Telegraph announced that it
What the President knew or did not ,
bark from trees flying about,made the sky was printing cards "for Mr. R.A.Green of
know at any given time is relatively the subversion of democracy. "as dark as night'. Shingles on the roofs of Those Were The DaysOf New River who is a candidate for

unimportant, and will probably never Sen. William Cohen, Republican, houses and other buildings were often I messenger in the next Florida House of
be known for a certainty. Maine, sees the central lesson as the split,and windows on the windward side of Representatives. Mr. Green served with
buildings were broken. It seemed to Bradford CountyIn credit as messenger in the 1913 session and
What IS important, and still remainsan fact that ...democracy must be protected many residents of the area that "the final his chances for appointment in 1915 are ex-

unsolved mystery; as of this date, is: against its friends, as well as its destruction of the world had come," accor- 1916 there were 11 cotton gins in cellent."

How could this fantasy of deception, enemies. The law may be equally ding to Mr. Alvarez.He Bradford County.That year growers

unaccountability, misinformation, and violated when individuals act out of also reported that trees were blown baled 3,500 bales of long staple cot- Gid Alvarez ObituaryThe
and zeal with and roads in direction, ton worth approximately$400,000 for following complimentary tribute to
outright untruth have occurred in the patriotic passion con- across fences every lint and $00,000 for seed.
not be calculated how Mr. Gid Alvarez, a prominent Call Street
tempt and calculated disrespect and and it could many
what be done to
U.S.A., and can preventit and wild birds hadBeen merchant in 1909 issue of The
pigs calves, chickens, appeared a
disregard for the Three-fifths of the State'sstrawberries
from happening ever again? process. killed. The ground was covered with were in Brad- Telegraph: under the heading of"Passingof

After the framers of the Constitution Committee chairman, Sen. Daniel In- hail, and drifts were a foot deep in places.But ford County in 1916.grown In 1914 berry A Useful Citizen."

completed their job delegate Benjamin ouye Democrat, Hawaii, said the hear- in spite of all the damage,the storm shipments totaled $301,298 from GID ALVAREZBorn March 26, 1851 on
Franklin was asked by an admiring ings produced a vision of "a secret failed to kill the boll weevils About this 1,500 acres. the old Alvarez homestead about six miles
directed time A.D.Andrews,a farmer and one-time northwest of Starke. Died in 1909.
lady, what kind of government had been government, principally by state senator from Raiford, wrote The
Franklin National Security Council staffers ac- Mr. Alvarez was a business man of
created? In his usual wisdom Telegraph a letter advising growers how to
countable not to a single elected official, Taking part on the program were the unusual ability and, as this section
replied: "A republic madam-we can combat the boll developed, his mercantile and cotton buy
and the Fire Girls.
local Boy Scouts Camp
keep it." including apparently, not even the Senator Andrews' unique plan was to Judge J.T. Wills delivered the main ad- ing business grew and prospered until it
President himselfcreated a shadowy "fix an extra trace chain and add it to the Freeman became the most extensive establishmentof
dress and Dr. A.H. presentedthe
The dictionary defines a republic as government with its own air force, its plow so as to shake the cotton bush." In handsome, flag to Mayor Joe Hill its kind in Bradford County.His .

"a state or country in which the own navy its own fund-raising that way, he said, it would cause the boll Williams. keen business foresight led him to in-
supreme power is held by the people, weevil to fall off into the hot sand! "which
in real in
mechanism and the ability to pursue its vest largely estate Starke and
According to the Telegraph's report"A
who elect their own representatives and of i kills nearly all of them. Mr. Andrews vicinity, as he was, for a number of ,
ideas national interest free from years
own > said "I write this letter only because I am singular fact is that the flag in Starke un-
executive officers. all checks and balances (as provided in interested in Sea Island cotton. It is the doubtedly floats from a higher point than the largest individual taxpayer in the town
and As such he showed
country. a splen-
If they have proved nothing else, the the Constitution-) even the law product I have made my living from for any other flag in Florida. Our water tower did measure of public spirit and civic
But in spite of his unusual site has an elevation of 155.975 feet, while
>Congressional hearings that ended Mon- itself. many years. pride.Although he carried so large a shareof
out and in the ball on the flagstaff is 128.458 feet,
plan, the boll weevil finally won ,
day were worth every they cost elevation above level of the taxation, no one ever knew him to in-
penny making a total sea
The action-man who planned and car- a few years, cotton growing became a terpose an objection to the expenditure of
i;.y showing the American people just ried out the exploits of this "shadowy thing of the past in Bradford County. 284.433 feet. money for public improvements. Instead,

"o\v close they came to losing their government" was, of course, Col. Oliver There were no city skyscrapers with he lent his Influence to the furtherance of
,publicat least temporarily- throughlie North who swept Americans off Highest Flag in FloridaThe flags mounted on top of them in those days, all such movements and, as an aldermen
handful many patriotism of the war Starke's claim to patriotic fame went of the he
machinations of a of freesw- his years so town, always gave his cordial
their feet with emotional voice and
and unaccoun- however, was still flying high in Starke. probably unchallenged at that time. support to every measure that made for
nging, unsupervised, gift of oratory.Judging from his service W.H. Phillips, superintendent of the improvement."
nle men staged what has been record he is admittedly a brave Marine municipal power plant in 1917, boasted
Doctors OrganizeEven (The Gid Alvarez store
was a large two
M-ribed as a White House coup. that Starke was flying the "highest flag"in
and can-do but who needs
operator one Florida at that time.A the town physicians were organizing story frame building at the corner of Call
The hearings have disclosed, for all to closer supervision than he received in 1917 to insure that Starke residents and Walnut Streets, now occupied by
.>ee and hear, the process by which a from either Col. Poindexter or Presi- large 9x12 flag had just been mountedon would be taken care of even under war Williams Jewelry in the old Florida Bank
few administration of- dent a pole! atop the water tower by plant conditions.A building. At one time The Bradford County
i irresponsible Reagan.
superintendent Phillips,and a large crowd Telegraph plant was on the second floor of
ficials, cloaked in absolute secrecy, Anyone who followed North's tangled turned out for the flag-raising ceremonies. meeting of the Bradford County this building.)

planned and directed operations that course through the Iran-Contra debacle

bypassed congressional bans and cannot help but wonder how a mid-level
violated the nation's public policy of
lieutenant colonel could so easily
selling arms to terrorist nations suchas manipulate ambassadors generals, County Agent's Notebook By Bobby Taylor

Iran. and even cabinet officers 0/ the highest

The confusion and total lack of control rank. Undoubtedly, he was a talented

that pervaded the White House during manipulator with an instinct for playing This is an in-between gardening season- Summer Gardeningsasanquas place. Then, if some of your tender or-
this tragic era was admitted by even the bureaucrats and news reporters off too late for summer flowers, and too early namentals do freeze, you'll have
most unwavering of President Reagan's against each other with his quick wit for cool season varieties. But most of all, and japonicas, are valued for replacements to set out in the spring.
it's just too hot to spend much time out- their large number of blooms, and don'tneed
loyalists, including Attorney General and ability to become moisty-eyed when side. Nevertheless, while most of us agree to be pinched. ''If you waAt to start some outdoor plantsnow
Edwin Meese, former Chief of Staff the occasion demands. this is no time to be doing a lot of outdoor Many common ornamentals, such as you could try bulb types, such as

Donald Regan, Secretary of State Unfortunately like others in- work, there are a number of important oleanders,hydrangeas,and azaleas can be Louisiana iris, ginger crinums daylilies,
summer gardening jobs. Fortunately, propagated from summer cuttings.To produce lilies.
George Shultz and Secretary of araryllis, or zephyr You can still
volved in the Iran-Contra scam Col. azaleas in this manner take cuttings
they're relatively; easy. For the most part, tip plant woody ornamentals, as well.
Caspar Weinberger. North also withheld information involve three to five inches long with
gave summer gardening projects prun- Hurry I I so they'll have a chance to
/ It was echoed by members of the joint false information, and even lied when ing, pinching, and generally preparing several leaves attached.Place the cuttingsin become well established before cold
Congressional Committee Republicansand he felt it necessary to advance his objec- plants for future growth and blooming.You a rooting medium, and keep them moist weather arrives.
should prune roses within the next by covering them with a plastic bag,or by
Democrats alike in their closing tives. two weeks. Remove healthy top growth as using a mist system. Many rooting This also is the time to be thinking about
statements as the hearings ground to a well as dead twigs and branches Cut out mediums can be used. The most commonare planting winter annuals, such as baby's
halt at noon Monday. In his testimony, shielded by limited any diseased, injured, or spindly growth, sand and mixtures of peat and perlite. breath, calendulas and pansies. So, start
immunity Admiral Poindexter said he and shorten the main canes and lateral You may want to use a rooting hormone to ordering your seeds and preparing the
Among the most outspoken was never told the President about the branches. But, leave at least half the hasten root growth. beds for cool-season flowers.

Senator Warren Rudman, Republican, diversion of arms to the Contras. But length of each main cane that's one to If you have any sensitive ornamentals In You see,there are things to do during the
New Hampshire who said "we cannot of three years old. If you follow these recom- your landscape you might think ,about summer. Just don't overdo. A little
abroad while according to testimony mendations, the first flowers,which can be rooting a few cuttings before winter, and gardening effort goes a long way in hot
promote democracy respected<<: cabinet officers, Shultz and expected in mid-September should be keeping the young plants in a protected weather.
undermining it at home- and that is Weinberger Poindexter frequently lied larger than they would have. been without

what these men (North, Poindexter before the committee. How can we pruning.

\ and others) did." know that Poindexter protected by his If you're growing mums or poinsettias,
you should be pinching back stem tips to Forestry in Bradford CountyReforestation
Rudman said the idea of selling arms immunity was telling the truth about stimulate greater branching and promote

to Iran in hopes of a "better relationshipwith what he told or did not tell his Com- heavier fall flowering. But, do no pinch David W.Norton

'moderate elements' in Iran" wasn mander in Chief? after September 10. Otherwise, you II be Program Bradford By Count Forester
"act of folly." He added that when removing flower buds, which will reduce

he possibility of exposure (of the arms Perhaps, we'll never know. But even the This number also is of the blooms.time to pinch off some of This fall, Bradford County forestUnd ed by telephoning the County Forester at

shipments) arose last November, the so, Reagan's knowledge or ignorance your camellia buds. As soon as you can owners can qualify to participate in a 984-6280 (ext. 219).
NSC staff attempted a cover-up; which about what was going on around him is distinguish the rounded flower buds from reforestation incentives program spon-
"included shredding official not the vital issue. the pointed vegetative buds, twist off all sored by the Florida Forestry Association.The Any landowners who are planting trees
this winter be interested in tree
Reforestation Incentives Program may
but of the flower buds at each The Florida
documents, lying to the Attorney The important thing now is to find out remaining one buds should develop into tip.large (FRIP) encourages private landowners planting seminar sponsored by the Divi-

General and his representatives and as near as possible just HOW flowers. Some camellia varieties, such as to reforest their land by reimbursing sion of Forestry.Whether you are planting
withholding information from the Presi- Americans came so close to losing Ben- them for the cost of the pine seedlings your own seedlings be or a contractor does it
for you there will some important topics
dent." jamin Franklin's republic, and how to which they plant. discussed that you should be In attendance

Senator Paul Sarbanes Maryland keep it from being subjected to such ft LettersReader Bradford County is one of 15 north
: great danger ever again. Florida counties in which this programwill for.The
I I Democrat, said, "Democracy cannot be available. Although sponsored by best quality seedlings and the best

the Florida Forestry Association, the weather conditions cannot overcome apoor
FRIP program is a cooperative effort supported planting job. It is also true that youJuat
Don't :Become a VictimOf Agrees With by the Division of Forestry, the don't plant trees without having doneor
I Across the Board ASCS offices and Florida's forest industry. seen it done before.
Florida's forest industry funds the
Easy Money Scams County Office Cuts by contributions of money or seedl Come by and see tree planting done pro-
I' Dear Editor: ings. perly while you wait on one or all of thefollowing

I find very few occasions when I can and dates: .
stuffed under the front seat of the Vic- but I do on a September 14 will be the start of signupat -
do agree with you, agree
j It's an old old story but it keeps crop- September 15 Division of Forestry of-
local ASCS office. Participation
1 ping up from time to time. Hopefully tim's car..-and the second 'suspect apparently -: small weeks.It portion. of one of your writings in the will your be on a first come/first serve basis fice in Lake City.September .

;; repeating it in this column wiLl help pre-- reached underneath from the past with landowners asked to consider the 18Clay Co.Cooperative Extension -"
seat and took the victim's wallet. has to do with the County government.I .
victimized by rear following program objectives:
being Cove Springs.
vent others office in Green
feel that in order to balance the budget
fast-talking con artists who are alwayson The two flim-flam artists then told the and bring costs in line with expenses, that 'Landowners will aerie to plant seedlings "
the lookout for easy cash. victim to drive around the block while your idea of a percentage cut in each for commercial purposes as recom- September 17 Division of Forestry office -
further arrangements were made with budget for all county offices would be in mended by the County Forester. in Gainesville.All .

The latest such story comes from the woman. The victim did what he was line. Also, I believe it would be in keeping 'Landowners owning at least io acres
Baker County' where an elderly man told and when he returned- you guess- with the thinking of a majority of people will agree to plant a minimum of B acre. sessions run from 10 till 4 p.m.Makean

was approached in a shopping center by ed it! The two men were gone and he living in Bradford County.I *Plne seedlings will be ordered from the tings effort the to start attend they and need-a give your welltrainedtree new plan-

a-stranger who said he was delivering a never saw them again. The victim lost have been proposing that other this for yearsto let their Division of Forestry after sign-up at the planter. More Information at a later
deaf I ask persons
$50,000 insurance death benefit to a an estimated $2,300 in cash. thoughts ears.be known to the powers in the local ASCS office.'Maximum date; stay tuned.FOOT.

third person. The con man then offeredthe of is to courthouse.I will be for
would drive him to a The moral of the story course reimbursement
if he
victim $50 never enter into any arrangements with agree that on Solid Waste we have a up to 60,000 pine seedlings; this is generally -

: neighborhood in south Macclenny. strangers who tell of having found an careful problem thought that is and going consideration.to take long In this and a desire.sufficient quantity to plant 80 acres, if CAREWhat

Enroute the pair stopped at a conve- envelope with a large sum of money in thought I ask and hope that strong consideration you

1 nience store where a 'partner" in the it, which they will divide with you, but be given to collecting the *Christmas .tree plantings are not eligi- foot care do?Call you Ttf-Nted really know at *4M about.
" ask to to show revenue from the usersthey ble.
watched up your money necessary
victim you put
hoax was waiting. Or should I WE or 37B-OO07 and ask to hear any of
create the mess. say
I as the two men pretended to be setting "good faith The r'money" they found create the mess, and therefore we shouldbe Pine seedlings available from the Division tries tape by numbec

j up a date with a woman who they were turns out to be shredded paper, while the ones to pay for it. of Forestry Include: Genetically Improved -
disappears alone with the Slash Pine Pine and 22 Foot care for diabetic and
to meet at a certain place. your money the Loblolly
supposed We in Bradford County are getting to Longleaf Pine. others with poor circulation
con man. have already passed it- '
pointpossibly 114 Plantar waits and molesIts
The phony Insurance man then told If approached oy any such when it Is vital to start planning for a coun- Since 1981,'over 800 private landownersin Ingrown toenails
'i the victim he feared taking the $50,000 characters remember the warning tywide sewage dispo system. This will Florida have participated, in the Florida 116 Common foot problems
dollars and long hours of 117 Athie...'.foot
and asked if the vic- take many Association's FRIP program and
cash into the house Forestry
issued by a police officer in Macclenny: planningbut, along with plans for county In Brad-
cash acres In pines.
tim would be willing to wrap the han-, "Don't go anywhere with them in their growth, must be considered in the very planted ford County over over 30,000 the past program yean, I TEL-MED

! along with the man's wallet in a car or yours. Don't fall for any schemes near future. 22 landowners have placed over 400 acres A iervta*provided by the Auxiliary of

dkerchief.The that promise easy money or involve a Ben C.Holtzendorf,Chm. Into pine production. Additional Information Bradford: Hospital., Inc.

I wad !of money! and the wallet, were 'good faith' trade of any kind." Bradford County Republicans on the FRIP program may be obtain

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News Engagements:

rorakcr Gouin Criffis LukeWedding

a ; r ran Aug. WeddingVickie Aug. 8
Weddings Births Club News
Foraker and Kevin Gouin Mr. and Mrs. Carl "Griffis of
Engagements Church News Social Events- IIr plan to wed 2 p.m. Saturday, August Lawtey announce the approaching
13 at the First Baptist Church in marriage of their daughter. Susie, to
Starke. Anthony Luke son of Mr and Mrs
A reception will follow the Troy Luke of Starke.
I ceremony in the church fellowshipNo

Melissa Leigh Winkler baiL local invitations are being sent. w ate,i r-1;,

All family and friends are invited to /

Weds Steven StringerMelissa ottend. w2't'' '

Clare A. Booth

William N. Laney

Leigh Winkler of Starke The bride chose as her headpiece a S.t DateMr
and C. Steven Stringer of satin and pearl Juliet cap with a
Dahlonega, Georgia, were united in spray of satin flowers and pearls. ; and Mrs. Keith Booth of ..
marriage 4 p.m. Saturday, July 25, Her only adornment was a gold Starke would like to announce the
at the Post Chapel, Camp Blandmg bracelet, a wedding gift from the engagement and approaching mar
Performing the service were Fr. groom. Her bouquet was a cascadeof riage of their daughter, Clare
Gilbert Crosby of St. Mark's rubrum fillies, stephanotis, pink Angella. to William Neal Laney, son M
Episcopal Church of Starke and roses, freesia baby's breath, and I of M... and Mrs. Don Laney of Tem
Rev. Bob Green of the First Baptist vangated ivy. ple, GA.
Church of Dahlonega. The wedding is planned for 2 p.m.
Melissa is the daughter of Mr. and Miss Clare Winkler. the bnde'ssister Saturday August 15, at Church of
Mrs. George Austin Winkler of was maid of honor. Bridal attendants .. God of Prophecy located at 2138 N.
Starke. Steven is the son of Mr. and were Misses Nancy Gnder. Temple Ave.
Mrs. E. Paul Stringer of Dahlonega, Traci Smith, Karen Chitty, Stacey t."Y')1 The bride-elect owns and operatesFur e '
GA. His grandmother is Mrs. C.P. Denmark, all of Starke, and Penny Fashions in Starke and is also
Stringer of Dahlonega. Harding of Atlanta They wore hot -. .. employed at Lil' Skeeters.
pink mirror moire boat-necked tea .... .... J'' The future bridegroom is
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Garlands of sprengeri fern and length dresses, with bouffant short .,,6 --------. _.. employed at New River Correctional Luke
& Susie Griffis
nosegays In shades of pink gerbera sleeves, open back, fitted waist witha ,- Institute.All .

daisies,rubrum lillies, rosebuds and back bow.Bouquets. fnends and family are invited.
baby's breath entwined the entrance Susie is a 1986 graduate of Brad-
carried were cascadesof
rails and door to the chapel. The s ? ford High and is employed at Pic-A-
fuschia-throated rubrum fillies
choir loft had tree candelabra and litres rowdy HughesEngagement Flick Video.
deep pink roses, freesia, pink baby'sbreath
spirals decorated with pink and miniature zinnias majestic Told Anthony is a 1984 graduate of
fuschia-tiiroated rubrum fillies, daisies and stephanotis. Attendantswore Bradford High and is employed at
lavendar liatris, stock, mums, pur- hairpieces of miniature pink Mr: and Mrs. James Drawdy and Oilman's Paper Co
ple statice and Boston fern. Window daisies, freesia baby's breath and KIn Nkwi nNUin pnr Mr. and Mrs. Lem (Buster) Hughes, The ceremony is set to take placeat
arrangements and pew markers vangated ivv all of Starke, would like to announce 5'30 p.m. Saturday, August 8, at
featured the rubrum fillies, freesia, baskets ol Boston fern i ItltlllgllW/lla./ Ilbl.YoU1 amt p ucu spray between the' engagement and approaching Bayless Highway Baptist Church. A
miniature pink carnations, gerbera The flower girl Miss Lacy Whiteof and pink geraniums ''Chi the'nuinlte tine lUyjuis. Dim- g1CJflmistabJ\!- wasntittttmtttl9ymegrnnms mamage of their children, Trampasand reception is to follow in the church
daisies, statice and pink baby's Dahlonega, cousin of the groom was a large arrangement liutnw ] .cake cepicttmg Stefanie. fellowship hall.
breath surrounding candles. Placed wore a long white ruffled lace dress stuck gladiolus. carnations murro aj Itumtnuill pJUyer with the' m- The wedding is planned for All friends and family are invitedto
throughout the church at different sashed in hot pink silk. In her hair purple statice and gertowra'throes Inllilbtlll ttt -WUlllnn aumngt11tt: : cakes.owelre September. attend.
points were areca palms and Boston she wore a flower wreath and car- Assisting in serving:and tearing tlor ;\1Imh' JIot1m D>. IMaffi of!
i ferns. ried a white basket decorated with guests were Mrs A. Jack l IEe :fhUtMUtm: :. (OHJIitlnmot. and! VTrs.
pink ribbon and roses. Mrs. Joseph GIHH\. Mrs Arthur l&trmHatifiTn Miss Cathy Gnder
Nuptial music was provided by inkier. Mrs Jiohert 1utrMIIHi. till.Anetlm.11\ 6amtlMim!:' BichurdStriinpiir -
Miss Kristy Johns, organist, and Best man was the groom's father Delta Rosenberg and Mrs Humes ill IDuMllinHiiai\.
Joey Herres, pianist and solOist. Paul Stringer. Groomsmen were the Rogers Strung punch ,were Mrs If'.umnig. Butt welding! belly filled! Social
Prior to and during the ceremony, brother of the groom. Richard Str- Sheila Hardve. Miss (vnBhua UMtth third_tl were :VUatHiS-Shelley Happenings. .
Miss Virginia Crawford Mrs. inger, and Hugh Moore both of W inkier. MI'lJay Goudwro Charles Green and Mr. Herres sang Dahlonega, Walter Chastam of PL and Mwb *tauw illll11Hl1ltonll tttegrtoumObtair
several selections chosen by the Helen GA, Charles Folger of Speer ol Atlanta.,GA ( niwm tfUKHta. included!! the
bride and groom. Gainesville GA. Dave Pregon of St. The tables were ''COl6tTt'dAtlth IIt'lJImit! ipranillintllier. Mrs. GTP' Karen Carol Hardin HonoredAt
Louis, MO and Kenny Roberts of white lace cloths with garlmidh ml :Strni sir nil JDuhliinegJt) & l\'frs- Chitty

The bride, escorted to the altar by Charlotte, NC. sprengen with nowgay&,nf Iluwtm Jlillnj HI :S.ilfl.. !gnuutHindlB'and!aunt! Party HonoreeThe Misc. ShowerA

her father,and given in marriage by The wedding was directed by Mrs. and ribbon streamers (the liritle1! elf tithe Hmittf Hniinru SnJlwater home of Dr. & Mrs. J. E. Den- miscellaneous shower was givenfor
her parents,wore a James Rogers.A colors At various points Hiiuur/ (lOkdutumuiUlhehmtieisatgtr mark on Parker Street was the lovely Carole Hardm at the Stump
with appliqued Schiffli embroidered reception immediately followed bowls and candelabra held fliiruljir- iittate'oil Georgia! setting for a bridal party honoring sisters home June 13.
lace panels. The hand-sewn pearl the ceremony at the Officers' Club rangempnts of the pink and rulimimlillies 4iiuthtrrmCallegam: iSatesbnroiGA. Karen Joan Chitty held Friday even- Hostesses for the event were
and sequin encrusted bodice had a on Kingsley Lake at Camp Blandmg liatris. mums tuni.ilinnh Wild in HinBllivwifl! fty the (Clayton ing July 31. The party was in honorof Evelyn Griffin, Lillian Stump,
sabrina neckline with scalloped lace Greeting guests in the patio area statice. Ireesia gerbera tluitiiwi.jinti (C.:.iuiliw'*tHiiiill Uiiurtti mi A/1unt'das-: Miss Chitty's upcoming marriage Margie Thomson, Nelle Ahehart,
and a dropped waist with a low open as they arrived were baskets of baby s breath tthmd lPr.utltntllWtHIt to Dr: John David Woody, set for Jeanne Cornel I, Patti Connelly, June
backlme. The satin and lace bouffant white mums, pink geraniums and Inviting guests to sign the untie blare gtttstnn I'". alien 01 graduate, of Aug. 29. Hostesses for the event Edwards Harriett Haltzendorf,
sleeves tapered into close- ferns. Grecian urns held spath and book were Mrs Skipper IHendunumol (G impui! Siutnitmii wHerahe' was- aifnurwutniktnemuamimbuoaball were Mrs. Robert E. Biggs, Mrs. J. Lucile Stein, Cynthia Schmitt and
fitting lace and English net. The sprengen. Welcoming guests at the Chief land FL, and "ftlrii Tom: ; HeIH 1:'. Denmark,, Mrs. Joseph. Gissy, Lila Rae Yawn"
cathedral train was adorned with door were Mrs. George Pierce and !read ol St Augustine > ttmplliwwtl Uy ttltt Cimnnentali Im Mrs. Kenneth Gilder, Mrs. Dewey The gifts were opened early by the
lace panels and tiers of bias-cut Mrs. John F. Mitchell. Inside the Standing in the receiving hmnwoite atunmiHCompany un Wood took. McKinney, Mrs. Frank Mitchell, honoree and displayed on tables on
satin fluted ruffles. The Schliffli embroidered main reception area of the Officers' the bride parents. the :bride and (C.& Mrs. B. R. Nix Mrs.Joseph Warren the porch for everyone to see.
lace formed a scalloped Club were fetus and topiary trees set groom the groom s pIIl'ents..and.tbe and Mrs. Warren Winkler. Refreshments of punch cake
hemline around the gown and train. at vantage points with hanging bridesmaidsThe! 8i7olllitwnig' aJ wstttlngt bump Va> theCu Welcoming between the finger sandwiches and cake were
bride ( mum IWlinilfe. tttn bride guests
table'MUB.eunturtttd and sere(. JanetMontgornery pouredthe
a four-tiered wedding cake with girotnn wUJJ/ im Htli all UIU Walden party hours of 7.30 9:30 p.m. were with Patti '
punch Connelly
l tt- --i a s_ -.:...-.:....""">- --------- small nosegays ol pinK end iluschm Chitty,and her mother, Mrs. JamesE.
The hostesses gift was a basket:.
Rogers, Jr. Also greeting the
Did You KnOW. guests and attending the guest covered with moire satin

register was Allison Denmark.
OF DANCE Guests were invited into the fami- Rehearsal Dinner Held
By Linda Hildebran 30c & :Jibs Hlinaim Bbwem.Carolyn ly room by Mrs. Nix and into the din-
Phone H6+-HH37 (oxen;, Siiuwtn Ofthectsoni Terry ing room for refreshments by Mrs. Honoring Carole Hardin
Announces Classes In Starke ,_ Some of the friends and :families U.anraai, BVtm{ nuoihntsonx David: Warren. Stacey Denmark and Mrs. And Alan Montgomery
Beginning 1 that attended the National Softball Williams,John)1CumHt ;Mrr &Mks> McKinney served cokes from one
Tuesday, Sept. Tournament with the Starke.Junior 1I'bmItt 988 ewautih.tibia 3IcGnf, Mr: end of the dining table at different Mr. and Mrs. David H. Mon
Boys in Gablin. Ala were Mr Hk ...:Mrfi.aictnuyJluitoim. Mrr ft.Mr&Sosfyr. intervals. Silver trays held an tgomery hosted a rehearsal dinner
Registration Begins Aug. 15th Mrs. Les Boone. Mr &. 1\lm.JJB1lH5 (Geergle UatesUe* Hamilton assortment of finger foods and 8'30 p.m. Friday, July 17, at the Officers
Allen Mr. & Mrs. Roy .aack Ol\, JUllanm Dway.-amt SOr: &.Mhb Gary pastries. Club at Camp Blandmg The
In the Starke Plaza Parking Lot Warren Carver, Judy 'Goudowiw, EHUtfattnaniVKiUiium!and!W1P E The dining table, covered with an dinner was in honor of their son

Patsy Welch Mr & Mrs Jim [Dun D. HhraelU sHim oil Mrs imported lace and linen tea cloth Alan and his fiancee', Carole liar-
Classes In Ballet, Tap & Jazz can, Mr & Mrs. Bill Gnann. :Mr* maryC<:: IJUnrmlll oil Starke-attended! over a blue underliner,was centered !., following their wedding rehearsal -

For Boys and Girls, Age 3 & Up Mrs Ed Ripplmger Mr .&Mrs SB (the!seurnmti weuHiini nil RtewUery. Col. with an arrangement of fresh purpleiris An arrangement of greenery and
Jones. daisies and
8 gte3nwSltutkntlOmentatiorrJ: : iy23atnd1tfiin : yellow pom poms
JlttwnRITlTl'. StmtniGarnlinai3Or baby s breath. Of special interestwas crepe myrtle graced the foyer of the
For More Information, Please Call Some of the friends and {families an oriental tall linear arrange- club.

that attended the National Softball : jnidMh: HShuii! BrighC I Jkr:: oflLiawtttg ment of wisteria vines, wild In the main club room the
964-7366 473-7757 Tourament with the Starke Stars im 'lIluttHdllbmll iandmendsaca : greenery and bright pink crepe myrtle white U-shaped linen tables cloths were covered with
or accented with
Albany. Ga.. were Mr A: Mrs I1wijtt'IIlIltIflliIJt'httld!at! these pabo in a blue crystal ball-based vase
royal blue napkins and lace trimmed
LaMar Williams. Mr & :Mrs. (Glen Itiiimr im ILttuttty: ttitlaoves-front alto Handing guests party plates and
Polk. Mr & Mrs Edward Greene tear Jkuhe* Mb W ieialiwisa\ Alabama: napkins was Mrs. Biggs,who designed mint cups. Seating arrangementsfor
and created the floral approximately 30 guests
jiUtniti timer aiSsatr Otlieir guests-<- arrangements
were with" place cards.
dlluttHd :Ohms "Rasa: )> Bright'. throughout the home. -
Inviting guests out to the An arrangement of roses, blue
severallmsuet'aintlnegbows.aiutmany patio-
tiuiujttter itKirttlnwsiiiterat
The OFFICE SHOP Has local: pool area was Mrs. Winkler. The salvia, yellow & white mums and
IIltlUtlmnti patio table was covered with in dusty gypsophila the main table.
blue cloth and featured an arrangement Smaller arrangements of gyp-
'r..liSihr. : D>>widl1LawsomandM1r.! of fresh summer sophilia, mums and greenery in
Office Machines Altos.C:: W Itott welt' atUaiillns! : ai family' mum greenery. Donna Thornton and Mrs. globes holding lighted royal blue
lined the side tables.
triton tapers
Gissy served refreshements on the
The mantle of the stone fireplacewas
For Sale or Rent :3Or aJthsi fftemlk St5tonelt have patio.. centered with an arrangementof
IIItIUmtIe fbnnn! vacationing; IlL The hostesses presented the native greenery
honoree and her mother with
corsages -
ID I ileaethifise
tbnm. After the blessing given by Rev.
their arrival and
? phone Oamtai HildttbranJHSWSU37 Miss- Chitty upon several pieces of gave her Ed Montgomery of Lake City, uncleof

nr Utaiuw x messagean the chosen luncheon-ware as a momentoof the groom-elect, the guests were
II.'t141p>rrpJfi !fur acttolii;for the>"Did! the occasion. served a steak dinner
Tins lEaow/"aaUunm Gifts were presented to the attendants
Rent A during the evening

Office Machine Copier .-- Rehearsal Dinner Held
I For Winkler-Stringer
hutlt!_ Hi."tuui>.......B.mept1im Dem.. 4 Wedding Party
$ tl5 rt imdWrnwtGthwrQutyIDoteiws.: > Mr. and Mrs. E. Paul Stringer of
*IluMuiUi.:miriluirntitliii;; Bfiiitt Wittier?' Dahlonega, GA, hosted the rehear
From Per Mo. .I1tsithfl,iitawa.trw, e { }' sal dinner for bride-elect Melissa

Larger Sizes Available .l uu G"ll1... Leigh Winder and C. Steven Stringer
/ .a ... FIT ening, July 24, at the
as1 1a // Officers ( ':amp Blandmg
"ry ewv G".,.a '!7'w4:'" !r1iayNLeflaTa: Guests lot tables in a "U" shape
leading from the head table included
members of the wedding party,their

IBM Typewriter //for ////' Shop the families bride and and friends great-uncle, godparents and aunt of

I l3.adfh.diSquttre t of the bride. At the head table were
Svplntec Available -'ti' Slopping;Canter. StorMrl64L.SOS1 Miss Winkler and Mr. Stringer, the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
OBB3 George A. Winkler, the groom's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Paul Stringer
Fr. and Mrs. Gilbert Crosbyof
State Contracts St. Mark's Episcopal Church and

lltessli51&9mitit* 5114..call stria Rev. and Mrs. Bob Green of the

Pricing UMSS JIL Jo Ann. s (114' lwst7 GA.First Baptist Church, Dahlonega,

White cloths on the banquet tables
On Mita'
.A. Spc tatty Gift_Shop. held silver bowls with floral arrangements
KBW5.MC' C5eOi _irrrt strew canteen are taltt "a\ of the bride's colors of
Copiersor hot white, and various blen-
,!ford.[,was wur BWlb-to-Scftool lunch bases afimfifie.
Assorted and
ding pastels. palms
jIII"Typewriters idbasiiiisis Our ClUIctrcnTa. Comer lei con- baskets and
S win toe ferns, hanging potted
""C. Our newest addition are plants completed the room decora

ors .ai. _:w..p 14 ts'ertiaelt tions.
Slit HUNT jp a received a abfpment: of goodies in ourCmnnimtt At the conclusion of the dinner the
the and dock
guests enjoyed patio
for and
tun hamburgers
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Katlyn Beth Hartley Wallace and Lynn Mooneyham of

Mike and Donna Hartley of Starke Lake Butler. .*
Marry in StarkeThe announce the birth of their daughter, Paternal grandparents are JasonB.
Katlyn Beth, born July 20 in and Barbara Crawford of

First Presbyterian Church of The bride, given in marriage by Gainesville. Katlyn Beth weighed 9 Kingsley Lake. Paternal great-
Starke was the setting for the wed- her father,wore an ivory satin gown IDS., 2 ozs. and joins a sister Emily grandparents are William Raleigh
Conner of Starke and Amelia
ding of Caroler Lee Hardin of starke with an alencon lace bodice and a Dean, 8 years old, and a brother,
Crawford of Gainesville.
and Alan David Montgomery of dropped-waist extending to a rounded L 1I Will, 6 years old.
Jacksonville. Rev. Ed Montgomery, chapel train. The off-shoulder Maternal grandparents are Mr.
Jordan Allen Bacon
and Mrs.J.T. Prevatt,Jr.of Starke.
groom's uncle, and Rev. Jerry Patton pouff sleeves were detailed with
officiated for the ceremony held pearls and bows.To compliment her Maternal great-grandparents are Terry and Lynn Bacon of Starke
at 7 p.m. Saturday, July 18. ensemble the bride chose a pearl Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Prevatt, Sr. of announce the birth of a son, Jordan
The bride is the daughter of JackD. necklace and pearl earrings.To Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen, born July 16,at St. Vincent's,
Hardin of Bunnell, FL and Bar- highlight her hair the bride Agner of Kingsley Lake. Jacksonville. He weighed 7 IDS., 1 oz.
of and floral Paternal grandparents are Mr. and measured 19Va inches long and
bara Conley Ormond Beach, FL. wore a cascading pearl
The groom is the son of Mr.and Mrs. headpiece worn to one side. and Mrs. Larry Hartley of St. joins a brother, Jarrod, 2 yrs.
David H. Montgomery of Starke.A She carried a crescent shaped bouquet Augustine. Maternal grandparents are Hilsey
of orchids and Louise Norman of Hampton
program of nuptial music was cymbidium
presented by Christi Johns on stephanoits, english ivy and Julius Glen Smith II Lake.
organ; Annette Pusateri, vocalist; plumosa fern.A 1 Mr. and Mrs. Julius Glen Smith of Paternal grandparents are Pete and
Cathy Hobbs on flute and Bill reception was held following the Starke announce the birth of a son, Alene Turner of Raiford. Paternal
Dishman on trumpet. wedding at the Officers' Club at Julius Glen, born July 23, in great-grandfather is Trennie Robin-
The couple exchanged vows before Camp Blanding. Gainesville. son of Green Cove Springs.
one gold arch candelabra and two Entertainment at the receptionwas 1 Maternal grandparents are Mr.
gold spiral candelabras entwined provided by the band "Doug & and Mrs. George H. Smith Sr.
with sprengeri, boston fern and Deedee. The bride and groom were Paternal grandfather is Rafael Michael Thomas Smith
eureka palms. The foyer featured transported to and from the weddingand Delestie. Tommy and Melody Smith of
arrangements of daisies,porn poms, reception in a limousine. Starke announce the birth of a son
roses and baby's breath. Arrangements of mixed greenerywere Abigail Dawn Crawford Michael Thomas, born July 27, ai
The best man was the groom's used in the foyer.A Donnie and Denise Crawford of Stands Hospital.He weighed 9 Ibs.,2
father, David H. Montgomery. four-tiered wedding cake with Raiford announce the birth of a ozs. and joins a sister, Christine.. 10
Ushers were John Valinski, Joe fountain centered the bride's table, daughter. Abigail Dawn, born July years old.Maternal
Valinski, John Denmark, Troy Ely which was covered with lace.A gold 14. She weighed 7 lbs., 15 ozs. and grandparents are
and Kevin Tillman. arch candelabra with standing measured 20'/. inches long. Florence and Carl Thomas of
The groom and groomsmen wore baskets of greenery on each side Maternal grandparents: are Starke.
boutonnieres of stephanotis and served as,a backdrop to the bride's
ivy. table. .
Cindy Hardin served her sister as The groom's cake was flanked on
maid of honor. She wore a tea length either side by punch bowls. The -
gown of royal blue floral lace over fireplace mantle was draped in mix- !: ; > -1 1
satin accented at the wiast with ed greenery. .
peplum. The sheer lace sleeves Greeting guests in the receivingline .
featured satin bows. Arm bouquetsof were the bride's mother Mrs.
astromeria fillies heather spikes Barbara Conley, the groom's Mr. .MJ .... Aba Dash Mc- An old superstition had it that a newborn baby must ba
and blue iris with ivory streamerswere mother and father Mr. and Mrs. carried upstairs before it Is carried down. This act sup
worn by all the attendants. David Montgomery, the bride & Inviting guests t..sign tube hmde"s wm Williams in Jacksonville and is posedly guaranteed the child would rise in the world
Other bridal attendants were Joan groom, and the maid of honor,Cindy book were Mrs. PatMue Pnatt arad ab a graduate of the University ofFallowing and have a successful
Watson Darlene Hardin. Mrs. Gayle Hurat
McKinney Mary ,
Hobbs,Janet Montgomery sister of Serving punch and caring for the a wedding trip which Duplicate Bridge...
the groom and Jackie Hardin, jr. guests were Mrs. Herb Herres and The bride U a teacher a*!Bia8SB! il! win BUttidv a week on Grand The following scores are from the
bridesmaid. Mrs. Robert Paterson. Cutting and Middle School' anffl IB a gmfaade off Cayman bland and! scuba diving SKIN DISORDERS
William the tfte couple plan to reside in Jackson- July 28 game:
Mrs. rf FUaraHi.The
They were attired in gowns serving the cakes were University 1-Lucile Green&Marjorie Thom-
similar to that of the maid of honor. Edwards and Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn. groans as a l"r"pnTl aft S er- mfflr. Get fast free confidential inforson..

motion by calling Tel-Med and ask 2 Rhea Johnson & Lora Francis.
ing to have one of the following East-West: 1st-Burnette (Jack&
tapes played for you Just call Louise) 2nd Evelyn Griffin. and
Starke Golf & Club Vast
Country Making 964-4896 or 378-0007 and ask for Shaw.

the tope by number:
Airpark Baptist I

79 Dandruff Hosts Gospel Sing

Improvements to Course; Beautifying Groundsby 80 83 Why psoriasis Ringworm the?mystery about Challengers A gospel sing and The featuring Thornton The

86 Why are old age freckles Family is planned for 7 p,m. August
dangerous? 8t Airpark Baptist Church in
Buster Rahn The five drawings which make up drive Ito the most opttmBDaQ jmiultiwi* New golf carts have replaced 114 Plantar warts and moles Starke.
BCT Staff Writer the design plans, call for the plan- for approach 1*die 8nKHL wo/of*t the elder units,cutting cost 172 Acne The public is invited.
Starke Golf and Country Club personnel ting of Junipers, Bufordi Holley, Earlier!this g'+eanA tIJbe llaillqpat al0w of flommteaanccv and making golfers 513 Warts and moles
have been busily engaged in Sticky Chinese Holly, Cabbage of the clUb herniathrough ... IlIDaa7ted toppy with) carts that won't leave 514 Sunshine and sunburn
making improvements to the golf Palms tree Ligustrum and other ornamental contributions,and meow..... 8fecn>tot on the course,to tote their 518 Itching skin INDEPENDENTCHURCH
course and the clubhouse for the shrubbery. vides an at>r allow seHaog far gysalp dbMllaclk to the dUb house. 568 Poison ivy OF GOD
past Director Aubry McWilliams contributed -
year.This meetings.
year, under the leadership of machinery and labor prior The pro shop: has teen rengrdOHft, The clhb i setting new rentals records and for TeI-MedlssponsoredbytheAuxi! OF PROPHECY. INC.
director Ruth Powell, the club has to his election to the board of directors providing better accent Star pattrrasv! tike amount of play.cart Bradford Inc Revival Center
fecx.Cal' iary of Hospital.
undertaken beautification of the property for construction of drainaee and sxoprweA; as sushi i HmftftngMnc pees ..
301 North 7130 N.T.mpl. Av.1f.d.
,fronting on the road leading to Somme *.
swales and the rebuilding of tees. .
the clubhouse, and areas in and Course personnel have poisoned .seowsajDlbsfcawaiitta! were I Ruta I' weU today and make 7 p.m. Sum 2:30 p.m.. '
around the pro shop. broadleaf grasses in the fairways possible through Hie acajmadusni ..- ;wor ptedgeu When this project iscnmpitert
plans have been ttraclors beautification of the -- -
Landscaping allowing a specialized bermuda new and umjitwed fgyonfOBUoA
drawn, and fund raising has begun. grass developed by the U.of Georgiato and mowers lID aadtear,.fear greens and fairway will begin.
.Although! the project is just getting_ take over. 'ways and roughs.,rarlh regprnnme StS- SMALL WORLD
under way, Ms. Powell has raised Mother Nature has cooperatedthis ferent type dperstRmfi.
almost $2,000 from a handful of year to the extent the course is
donors. The largest donation so far, in the best condition ever. It is a real DAY CARE
$500, was from an individual.An pleasure to look down the bermuda Rate Reduction Refund Starke
412 St.
will be Bridges
estimated $5,000 re- fairways and contemplate a lone ,
quired to complete the project. 964-5232

Due Centel CustomersCustomers
Starke Power Plant

of Central Tkk *aae gates wild apply' in other areas,, aCc Limited Enrollment Hurry

Company Receives Awardsby reduction and a nefiimd am Amp t RtijBtatary Manager Sam Wahlen I Hot Lunches & Snacks
bills company &E&CCU&K new fcrfmirtp!: for residential customers .
customers!this wexikResidential will range between approximatelyS Before &_After School Pick-Up
: anud basinis la I aod 9Z3 and refunds for business
Buster Rahn Starke electric customers normally customers of record May 30. MBS.!: cnaganaets! will range between 9131
BCT Staff Writer reach maximum in August, and Amount of actual refunds
usage will receive a refinmS far:all ff EMS! C23L
Under the leadership of Bill but last year the peak was reachedin and for the{period financ I' JIa. X 1307! us determined by the base local ser- Monday-Friday Elaine Collings, Owner
Weldon director for the Starke elec- July,with declining usage to a low to July XL, iUBX.: : The reifies.uU appear stce nee in the exchange from 6:30 a.m to 6 p.m. Slot Lie. 00030165
tric system, the city has been point in November. as a credit*m omamner bites wl Ddt the customer receives ser
recognized for excellence by two Weldon reported the electric Basic residential *xne>fiMtty service vice.Tfte.
private associations and a state department has almost completed in Starke.Lawtey'asd tagtaey race reduction and refunds
agency. renovation of the sub-station and Lake 'Will DOW tie S5.JIB'....... arc Oaf result of an agreement between I
Weldon presented two safety will energize the 13,800 KVA feeder down :36 percent foam tube f -- Geacei the office of Public
award plaques to Mayor Vernon Circuit running north to the Vo-Tech rate of $ $&. The bane me ty Counsel and the Florida Public Service Baby ShoeBRONZING
Silcox and other members of the city center within 30 days. The feeder business service I ia Start wd. jar fJitnnnrami "* settlement of
council Tuesday night, August 4, line to the south of town will be next be $1235,down 41 pendent ban tune Caster vcrcamuigs for 1986 and SALE !
which were received from American in line for construction. previous rate of*PS.DI OBmjnacritte lid d7!
Public Power Association (APPA)
and the Florida Municipal Utilities

Association (FMUA). -- 25 Io
The APPA plaque was one of two M
in its class,awarded to Florida cities
with a perfect safety record in work PUBLIC NOTICEThe

ing between 25,000 and 49,999 hours.
Starke electric system had 46,204 DURING
man-hours of exposure, without an AUGUST

made incident.in a The workshop announcement March 17, held was City of Starke City Commission will hold a Public t ONLY

in Nashville, Tenn. y ret Style 51 Unmounted
the APPA recognition, 18 1987 at 7:3O in Shoe-Bright Bronze
Following Utilities Hearing on Tuesday, August p.m. .,_f
the Florida Now

Association based on guidelines made a set similar forth award by APP -, the Commission Meeting Room, City Hall, Thompson $ ONLY Reg. $17.95 ach

A for city owned electric systems. Starke Florida. "
In another area the Florida Street, Now is the time '
Public Service Commission made a to save on bronzing
performance audit of the Starke baby's precious shoes. With .

electric that it system had found,and advised no variances Weldon, The purpose of this hearing is to discuss and receivecitizen every preserved adorable in solid scuff metal and crease.

work orders,
36 sample
pulled although at random, were examined.The input on the proposed amendment to the City of they make priceless gifts for your
inspection was made to verify family to cherish through years.

compliance with the 1984 National Starke Community Development Block Grant, Commer-
Electrical Safety Code, according to
Bureau Chief, Carlton Gray.The inspection Revitalization No. ff7 DB-91-03. 14-02-C05. -
cial '
was made in May, 1987. Program, \ .

that Weldon electric advised demand the city set council a new The proposed amendment will decrease the amount of s1yr.71 5s 12 err Style 45 POST*Slant'
WjlnulP p" W.'*>! MiiMturttftM (with 8x10 Fonw)
Monday, July .....
record of 11,100 B" e..nn
13,at 3:10 p.m.,eclipsing the former the Acquisition line item and will increase the Street NOW $21.71 NOW $44.21 Bright Brant.ieworir$49.88
record of 10,100 KW set one year ago. Rs S2lSPCCIAL II! ft*SUM Reg. $66.50 .
:_ Improvements line item. The proposed amendment will _....,'>name. bit date.m md'-only 2..par MMK, J. I 'r

Saf.1y. of workor ShoeS of all kind can be bronzed. ;"t. .
not have any negative impact upon scope Ballet SUpper. Cowboy Boots ...or -. .

L that old beat up pair of Tennis ShoeS.
low/moderate income
benefit to
persons. AB at SALE PRICESI!

AH lyeM bi Britrrt Bronx, Antique Bronx. ",.....", Sitmr.(
Cold and Porclalnlx. .,at SALE PRICES-29 OFF
The public is invited to attend and to comment. For SALE ENDS AUGUST 31

additional information contact Jim Dasher at ((904)) LEILA'S Dress 8t Gifts

964-8902, 108 East Call Street, Starke, Florida 32091. Bradford Square shopping Center 964- 051Carole

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United Partnership Program 422 CHURCH N. St. Clair OF 964-5445 GOD Need insurance for your home,

Walter f. Man'.. Pester mobile home car life or boat?

We invite you to worship with U. ,

The Starke-Bradford County school administrators and representative familiarize high school juniors with Sunday Attended School .Nursery. .. loemMernlng Call met

Chamber oC Commerce and the of participating businesses, the various businesses industries Worship . 11 em Cii I have the right coverage
Bradford School have Industries and professions in the and ;:
Board in the
County professions community, in
Evening Service . . 4 ft _
all needs.
trued forces provide a closer link community. Eckdahl said the program order to help students in making the w.sd..v Youth . TtJOom for your
between the bnsini SB community presented at this time will best choice of a future career. ,

and.. schools o* Bradford County. highlight this national effort to AU businesses and Industries in - "

A tone reiotation was adopted In realize the benefits of Business- the area are Invited to attend the FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD' -' ,

May ealDng for a "Partoersbh Jack .Education Partnering,. Kick-Off Luncheon and are re- Hwy 16 & Weldon St. Stark I j --
Soceena" spearheaded by quested to make reservations by
"Partnership for Success" is part
EcfcdaM for the chamber, and of a continuing drive by the calling the Chamber of Commerce, Sunday School lOrOO ...... Ken Chitty .

Superintendent Jim Duncan for the chamber's Education Committee of 964-5278. Morning Worship 11 p..... 440 W. Madison St. JTIiia7liE/VeAIsgLhwusa7liE/Ve

selhuool system. which Dr. Bernard McFadden coordinator Evening Worship 6 p.m. I 'In New Wlnn Dim

to stress the benefit of of the Santa Fe Community Wed. Mld-Weeh Service 7i3O p... Shopping I C fro ,",* Wcr-c-,.,
this mntnal relationship, a Kick-Off College Starke Center, Is chairman. A homing' pigeon: can fly at ----.- 964-4695 N..11IIaaie

Luncheon wiD be beId'from 11:30 The committee is already a speed of up to 60 miles Staff Nursery AvailableRev.
alas to 1:00 p.m. Monday. Aug. 17. leg a highly successful "Shadowing an hour over a distance of Stephen R. Pippin Pasta t

at,the"BHgc {etCTiat attended by .Dam which is staged annually to 75- mlleL u_ 964-0971. _


POLK COUNTY The City of Starke Community either. before service on Husbands attorney Bid/7-0610-1

1 LegalNOTICE JoticesNOTICE CASE NO. GCG87.0004 Development Office will accept bids for or Immediately thereafter. ; otherwise The School Board of Bradford County

.... COMMUNITY NATIONAL BANK AT BAR. the rehabilitation of a dwelling unit as a judgment will be for th* relief will receive bids on swill from all school
TOW, follows: demanded in the Petition. cafeterias on August 10. 1987 at 2:00

O Notional Bonking Corporation Data of Bid: August 17. 1987 WITNESS my hood and official seal of P.M. Interested Individuals must bid on

OF AUCTION Plglntlff Place of Bid: Grant Office 108 E. Calf this Court on this 21st day of July. 1987. each school separately and may bid on

;. I. v., .o. D. Slice, Mayor- f.:.: NOTICE-Is( hereby given thai on Mon. v. Street GILBERT! S. BROWN one or all schools.

t Cmmmiwaer ct.'Ih.CIty.ofStarke., "6\ day,.,August.10. loll at 10:00: o'clock' MARIE A. WHITMAN Time of Bid: 10:00 a."'. Clerk of the Court Copies of the bid form may be pickedup

Florida' by virtue of the Authority/ vested, '',.".,,trVM\ ,.: the undersigned, Gator Defendant. location of lid 923 Florida Street By Linda L.Peace at the Bradford County School Purchasing

ta m* by ...,. OQT hereby calla f Hit 'j,Fr.>ghtways Inc.. will sell at public ouc.: NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Owner of Unit: Julius Royal Deputy Clerk. Department. 519 N. Orange St..

Prfmary Erection. to b* Wed .. th. City Nona cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.. Jackson. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I I. Contractor Walk-through Date: 7/23 4tchg 8/13 W.. Slorke. FL 32091. or call Michael

....... bs the Aforesaid City of qualifiedoer villa Flo.. 32205. one 'lot of windowmaterlol Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford August 10. 1981Contrador Reddish Director of Purchasing at ((9O4))

en Tuesday September 8.: 1987 : ,, consigned to Gloss' Masters. County, Florida, under and by virtu. of a Walk-through Time: 10:00 964.6600 and a copy will be sent to you.

A.D., ,for me purpose. of...lecrtngthedry !.. ;Port Orange. Ffq.. to satisfy freight and Writ of Execution heretofore Issued out o.m. Interested persons must have bids at
...... i -.' storage charges, under the provisions of of the above-entitled Court, In the Contractor Walk-through Place' : At the the Purchasing Office not later than 2:00:

CLERIC Fox Two Years. ; Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of above-styled cause, have levied upon lob site NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO P.M. August 10th. 1987. Send bids to:

POUCE CHIEF -For TwoYears i lading. the following property situate, lying A copy of the work write-up con be REGISTERFICTITIOUS Michael Reddish Director; : of Purchasing" ,

ONE COMMISSIONER. GROUP.. 2 -For 02-792421 dtd 6/4/87 and being In Bradford County, Florida obtained from the Grant Office 108 E. NAME 519 N. Orange St.. W., Starke. fL 32091.

Two Yean Gator Freightways. Inc..Carrier /e-wit: Call Street, along with a copy of the Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida Outside of the envelope MUST CLEARLY

ONE COMMISSIONER GROUP 4'- For '7/30 2tchg 8/6 That portion of the north 345 feet of Standard Preformance Specifications StatutM. nolle !. .hereby given" that the STATE: Bid Description: SWILL BIDS and

Two Years oo the NW-1/4 of SE-1/4 that lies west of Grant Office hour. or. 8 a.m.12 noon undersigned Eva M. Varesko. 316 N. St.Cloir Bid 17-0110-1.

RKSPECTORS FOR SAID ELECTION-, th. Seaboard Airline Railway right-of- and 1 p.m. 5 p.m., Monday through Fri. St.. Stark. FL 32091. sole owner 7/30 2tchg 8/6

LUCIL1E GODWIN. MARGARET OF way, and that portion of the north 34S day. Bids must be submitted In a sealedenvelope. doing business under the firm name of
waUAMS.. LUCY WHITE. BERNADINEEARIY. NOTICE INTENTIONTO feet of the NE-1/4 of SW-1/4 that lies Bridal C Gown Boutique. Bon 1251. S. !

CLARA COLSON. MARGARET REGISTER eost of State Rood NO. 200 (also knownas In order lo be eligible to bid the Contractor Hwy 301 Stark. FL 32091. Intend to NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE
DESUE. AGNES DINKINS ELNA FICTITIOUS NAME U.S. Road No. 301)) In Section 3, must meet the Contractor Standards register laid fictitious name under the Notice Is .hereby given that I. Dolph E.
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida of Bradford
Reddish sheriff County.
SCHAEFE OltETA HAftDENBROOK, set forth the of Slarke for aforesaid statue.
Township 6 South Range 22 East, except by City
ELIZABETH WALKER Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the. licensing and must hold Dated this 5th day of August A.D. Florida, under and by virtue of Writ of
right-of-way. purposes current
undersigned, Donn Jean Emmette 1987 In Bradford Execution: to-wit:
ALTERNATES CLERK: Stevens. Box 194','Port Itlch. FL 33568 as the property of the above-named City Contractor's license. Execution issued out County Courtof

5.sEYANOetws,? KAY CARTE sole owner, doing business under the defendant, and that on the 17th day of For further information contact: e6ltpdS27UNITED Bradford County. Florida pursuant. too

.. Testimony whereof I here unto firm name of The Southern Exchange, August 1987 Monday at 2:00: p.m, on Charles Jackson or John Tinsler at ((904)) Final. Judgment for Fred Carter of Max-

subicrlbo my name and cause Ih.* Seal Hwy 301 'A mile South of 225 lawtey, sold day on the premises of the Bradford 964-8902. STATES DISTRICT COURT ville. Florida. and against Alvin Wayne

of *. town to .. hereunto affixed this FL 32058, 32068. Intends to register' said County Sheriff's Office, I will offer for 8/6 Itchg MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA Anderson defendant In the amount of

7l*,day of July. I**?. A.p., fictitious, name under th. aforesaid sal. and sell to the highest bidder for JACKSONVILLE DIVISION SI.3SO.OO together with costs of collection.
Vernon D.Silcox b statute. cash, In hand the above-described property IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Cote No. 86-6t3.Civ.J.12 .

MayorCommissionerATTEST Doted this 24th day of July, A.0., 1987 as the property of the said defendant JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Hove seized and have in my possession .

:. Noll I.Tucker In Bradford County. to satisfy said Execution. BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA Plaintiff' the following. described personal

City Clerk 7.30tpd 8/20 DOLPH E. RtDDISH, SHERIFF OF CASE NO.: 87.390.CAIN v. property to-wit:


ness OPENS JULY 20. 1987 AT NOONAND BY: EMILE EUGENE MAY and the Heirs at Law' Juanita red stripes 4 wheel drive, VIN

CLOSES AT NOON. JULY' 74..1907. NOTICE OF INTENTION. 7/234tchg8/13 Husband Carter, Tom Lindsey. Alfred F11YEW6I823. Tog /CMW 71T

7/1a4ichg 8/6 TO REGISTER and Lindsey and Wanda A. Williams, As the property of the above named

FICTITIOUS NAME NORMA LEE PADGETT MAY and the unknown heirs. defendant and that on Monday the 31 si

J M THE CIRCUIT COURT Pursuant to Section 86509 Florida Wife. devisees, grantees, assignees. day of August, 1987 at two o'clock on
IN AND FOR Statutes, notice is hereby given mat the UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NOTICE OF SUIT NO PROPERTYTO Ifenors, creditors, trustees said day on the premises of the Bradford
Charles S. MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA : EMILE EUGENE MAY Address or other claimants by. through. for and sell
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA undersigned. Pearce Rt. 2'Ioor County Jail I will offer sale
CASE NO.:8&463CAOCDfTTHRIfT 322. Keystone Heights,. Flu.,32656. JACKSONVILLE DIVISION Unknown under or against THE ESTATE OF to the highest bidder for cash in Hand
INC... sola owner doing business under the Case No. 87.267.Civ-J.16 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action LOUISA LINDSEY and all parties the above described property of said
flrm. of Solutions UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, for dissolution of marriage has.been having a claim right, title' or
(, name .Shop, Rt. 2, Box defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Execution.
Plaintiff filed, against you and you are required to Interest. In the property
'I I 322: Keystone. Heights, 32656 l Intends .
VS. serve a copy of your written defenses, if herein and THE STATE Of
WUMM E.ROSIER and MARY t. ROSIER' to register said fictitious nom. Dolph Reddish. Sheriff
Deferrd.s.s.. under the aforesaid statute. GLENN L. GRIFFIS and any, to it on the Petitioner's/Wife attorney FLORIDA. Bradford County. Florida

s NOTICE OF SALE .' Dated mis 10 day of July A.D. IFS In PAULA E. GRIFFIS, who. name and address Is R.A. Defendants.NOTICE 564tchg527NOTICE
Nonce ia that Bradford County
hereby given pursuant j jiudgment
final of 7/16 4tpdi6
b w ard.r a : :;l
si do..r..4 ... in theabove. .. Notice is hereby given that pursuant FLORIDA 32091, and file the original ORDER FOR UNNAMED DEFENDANTSTO
:to o default Judgment entered on June with the Clerk of the above styled Courton APPEAR AND PLEAD 'I
miill ii..injection, I will sell the pvopertyerArad W.J. STONE. JR.has made application
29 1987 by the above entitled Court in or before September 16, 1987; otherwise (SERVICE PUBLICATION)
in Bradford ., Florida. Bradford Board for
County 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT to County Zoning
dscri6.d ecC.a.n EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. ,the above styled cause, the und.rtlgn.dUnited a iudgment may be entered againstyou TO: ALL unknown heirs, devises reclossrfication of me property described
States Marshal or any of his duly for the relief demanded in the Petition grantees, assignees honors' creditors
rc.e* the Northeos* of IN AND FOR below from EA TO OR:
authorized deputies will ..lIlh. trustees, or other claimants by.
secthm 2/ 4 South 22 proper.ty ocr.ad' North
fowMhio range BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. Twency ((20) one
hand and the seal 1 of said
situate In Bradford County, Florida, WITNESS my through under or against Louisa Lindsey
Fad, end nn South :SlMe'lV West 95O CASE NO. 87-65 CP of Stork off Hwy 301 and NW 29th Av..
described as: Court on this 24th day of July 1987. deceased; and all other. Parties having
foot .e the cenKprRne of Seaboard AirjUe FIL1..3846! Parcel 02047-OOOOO in Section 9,
: A portion of Lots 5 and 6, Block 2, of GILBERT. BROWN Clerk or claiming to hove any right, title orinterest
RoKWoyt mMol pains for SimonJ.Temple's IN RE: The Estate of Township 6 South. Range 22 East, to b*
Dowlings Subdivision' In the City of By Linda L, Pearce in the property hereinafterdescribed.
SubuWislen' end centorttn efthenco agricultural
RESSIE R. THOMAS. able to continue to use as
Starke recorded In Plat Book Clerk .
as Deputy
._ North 72*'West '. per with .
C- residential one ecr
... Deceased '2, Page 14 of the public records of Brad. 7/30 4tchg 8/20 You or..eby. notified that on action property
.......ce.sere..ole5..._ 1246.6' NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONha'emtnistraten minimum on size of lots.
ford County. Florida being more has been Instituted In meabove
sees: ...... South U* West 1 15 feet to. of the estate of par against you This proposed change in classificationis
described follows Commence Court the United of
tlcularly os : by States
M.pairtafhginIngtb.nc North 72* dee_.... File IN THE CIRCUIT COURT to be heldon
RESSIE RJ THOMAS, No.: at an Iron pipe located at the intersection America for the enforcement of a lien subtect So a public hearing
West 153.81 fee thence Sooth 18* West I In the Circuit Court FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA Tuesday. 25. 1987 at 7:00
; 87 65 CP.; Is pending of the centerline of Frances against real I property situated in Bradford August
219 thence Sooth 72*, East .153.8It CIVIL DIVISION the Council; Room of the Starke
feet for Bradford County Florida ProbotsDivision p.m., in
Street with the Easterly boundary of the County within the Middle District of
toes; M.ac. Nai Eat 21O: feet to. address of which is Bradford CASE 86-173 City Hall. 209 N. Thompson Street. At
right of of Orange Street and run Florida-and described as follows:
.z Igo pons of ......... t. p" : County Courthouse, Starke, FL South 74'42'50"way East along said FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK Commence: at the SW corner of Section this time oil persons. both for and
gi pubtc:sevtev the lughe'end besttMoaor 33091. ". Plaintiff, against this proposal shall. be .heard, as
centarllne 94'03 feet to an iron rod 22. Township 6 South Range 22 East, runEasterly
; fora.6c.5' H;GO'o dock,A.M.et: '.,,'(. The. names' and addresses of the sple located at an intersection with a Northerly vs.ALMA 39.45 feet more or less to the specified In the Bradford County Zoning
the front doortic. Brodfoxl County.! '':-- personal. ',. __ ... .and th*' per.sonel prolongation of the Easterly boundary J. THOMPSON. Easterly' right of way line of the Old Codes The Zoning Board will make a

,Coertlrodr.. I IK ir rk.U, ;fJoVide. .; .ojI.VI .. representative.'s attorney' or. set of said Lot 5, thence South 014.42'. Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE Lawtey Rood; thence run North o*07' recommendation to the Board of County
.;,: .gra.la 9117, i. *. .. -', 'forth)bestow:' line Commissioners and the Board will consider -
rj West along said prolongation and along East along said Easterly right of way
rfl; I GILBERTS,:BROWNl.' '" All' Interested are required to NOTICE Is hereby given that pursuantto and .hear at the Commissioners
persons said Easterly boundary, 60.38 feet to a the Final Judgement entered in Case '750.00 feet to the Northerly. right of way
CWlIC piiainIII* file with this Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS "Room of the Bradford County Coca
set Iron rod for the Point of Beginning Number 86-173 in the Circuit Court of' line of Donna Street, thence run North
BY .eulah. Moody' FIRST OF THIS __.. Stark. Florida Monday.
From Point of beginning thus described 89.39 East along said Northerly right
Bradford Florida. I will sell th.prop.rty .
Csputy ClerkJ3o2chg6.. NOTICE ((1)) all claims against the estate County September 14. 1981 at 10-00 a.m.Director .
continue South 014 42" West along said situated In Bradford way line 75.00 feet; thence run NorthO'or
and ((2) any objection by an Interested Easterly' boundary, 60.38 feet to an iron Florida described as: East 101.00 feet, thence run South Zoning

r person to whom this notice was mailed pip found at the Southeast corner of Parcel 2 South Vi of Lot 19 8939" West 7500 feet; thence run Bradford County
: : exceptROW
that challenges the qualifications of the said thence 7415'S8' OOT 101.00 feel thepoln' '/6 Itchg
M THE CIRCUIT COURT lot 5 North West and North 50 feel of lot 30 except South West to
personal representative, venue, or along the Southerly boundaries of lots Sand of beginning
ROW of Section 5 South.
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA of the Court. 18. Township
jurisdiction 6 a distance of 9O.70 feet to on Iron
PVIt DIVISION ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Range 22 East as per mop or plat of and you are ordered and required to appear NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

CASE.....,, SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. pipe found on the aforesaid Easterly Woodlawn, recorded in Plat Book No. I. and plead In said action and file. REZONING AND AMENDMENT OF

FLORIDA NATIONAL. IBANK; Publication of this Notice has begun boundary of the right of way of Orange page 17, of the public records of Bradford your answer with the Clerk. of this Courtat THE LAND USE PLAN

........... '-: on July 30, 1987. Street; thence North 12202' West County Florida containing S.496 Jacksonville, Florida and to serve a An ORDINANCE emending the Comprehensive
along sold Easterly boundary 60.50 .
acres, more or less. thereof the Plaintiffs attorney
copy upon
I- Attorney for Personal Representative:. Land Use Plan Element' and
FLOYD M. SETTLES VADA M. SETTLES to o set Iron rod; thence South 7429'26'West Parcel 3: Lots 30 31, and 3in Dorothea Boon Assistant Bradford Florida In
R.A.: Green Jr., Esquire Mop by County accordance
92.;36 feel to the Point of Beginning
F. DAVID SJTUS..N" SAL.A,3., ,. ; GREEN ft HOBBS P.A. WOODLAWN per plot thereof In Plat' United States Attorney Post Office Box with the local GovernmentComprehensive
SETTLES.r ; ....Q. Drawer 938 Book I. page 17, of the public records of 600. Jacksonville. Florida 32201 on or Planning Act of 1915 as
Y wW at public outcry lo the highest and Bradford County Florida.' EXCEPT the before August 17. 1987. If you foil to doa the
for 163
FL in
Storks 32091\ provided Chnpter
I1.No11 sA4i !best>> bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00: feet of and that will b entered
North 50 Lot : default
cE OF ;, _. ((904)) 964-5700 30 portionof iudgment by Florida Statutes.TO .
NOTICE fe hereby given-that, pursuant.to O'clock Noon on August 18, 1987 at the Lot 30 lying West of SR 225A. In Sec. against you for the relief demanded inthe : All Oti_.Taxpayers and interested
of the Bradford
tile Fwof Jug-unman* entered M chi -. Personal I front doo entrance lion 18. Township S South Range 22 comploin.
Number SVO* me CircuU.Court of HAZEL: 4. THOMAS County Courthouse at Starke, Florida. East. It is, ORDERED that th* above Notice You and persons.each of You ore .hereby and
gated: July 7, 1987. sole, to the bidder for of and Order for Unnamed Defendants
Brada4 c-.ry. Fh.klo.,11,111 sell tit.Prop.ityNq.ted 407,W Center St. at public highest Suit .herewith given notice In accordance
it""' fr.Mdrd;Clay end Stqrke Florida 32091 Richard L. Cox Jr. cash at the front door of the Bradford to Appear and Plead. (Service by with Florida Statues that me Board of

CcIEerC.owy. Flpridq described 'J 7/30. 2tehg '/6 United Slates Marshal County Courthouse, In Starke. Florida Publication) be published by the United County Commissioners of Bradford
Panel 1 IJIof/ the SE 1/4 fylng East ofSK Middle District of Florida at 11:00 A.M. on the 17th day of August States Marshal, In a newspaper of County Florida have designated the
of 1ODA John E. lawlor. III 1987. circulation' In Bradford County.
100 ROW end South SR ROWexcept general and
the E 1/4 of sold $t' 1/4 lying' IN THE CIRCUIT(COURT?,, .Assistant United States Attorney GILBERT S. BROWNAS Florida not less than once each week Bradford to conduct County Zoning a public hearing PlanningBoard at a

Sovth.SKMOAto Section 10.Township FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA1CIVIL \ .; Attorney fot Plaintiff CLERK OF SAID COURTBy for six consecutive weeks. prior to return regular meeting held at 7:00 p.... In th*

.. 7 Soot**, Rouge 22 East, lying and beingin CASt DIVISION; 7/164tchg8/6 : Beulah Moody date .herelnabove designated.DONE Council "Room a*Slorke CIty Hall. Stark.
sVedfonl County.' ,_ 86-173 Deputy Clerk7304tchg520 AND ORDERED at Jacksonville. 25. 1987.
Florida. an Tuesday. August
Panes A parcel of land tying In the FLORIDA NATIONAL" BANK- Florida this 24th day of June. 1987. and make a recommendation to Ih.

;;.. ME4 of Section 15. Township 7 South.Marty f.leintlff.vs. : .' .,..... .. Snyder Beard of County Commissioners and the
...... 22 EeS end being _'P9f' I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT'OF United Slates Magistrate Beard will consider en Monday.September .
dssrrHsif. e* fallows: :--" 6tcbg 14. 1987 of me CaoooosoIe--
mines et the tsW, comer of.the I ./. of. Defendants.. IN AND FOR sinners Room el the Bradford County
said ME 1/4 et.concrete ewnvmen for( NOTICE OF SALEWOThtf BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Courthouse. Stark*. Florida a* 104O
rea frmis FOR ... described, rumS : 87 37SCAIN NOTICE A.M. Ordinance rotating to:
th.rwn 0004r.. EC distance ofOt to the Final Judgement entered In Case' CASE 86-514 RE: The Marriage of TAX DEED an
of me
FLORIDA Th following
JO foot, to .'points ..... thence S712OT -' Number- 86-173 In the Circuit Court: of NATIONAL BANK, STEVEN REED ARNOLD, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN mot I.G. ed *resorting and amending the Cons

W, BOOLTO: fee to o point on the.FV -Bredford County. Florida I will "sell the Plaintiff, Husband, Dyal. the holder of the following certiflcates property Land Us provide
nii'Juiiy ef SR lOOr thence rut H preeerty" .situated In Bradford County., v.; and has filed said certificates for a preheneiv* nedb
that land currently OR and
1a4OuO-. .dManc...7214)4: ) feet to-, Florida described M; HOMER F. HART and LORETTA J. HART ROSALINDA ARNOLD. tax deed la b* issued thereon. The certificate by the plan as Agricultural
the MTV buendary of said NE JI. of Sec- Peroel 2: South Vt of Lot 19 *x ept ond Wife. numbers and years of 'issuance, b rezened to R.W. and designated light

taw 15c: thence ran N WOUT i, aIdarae ROW end North W fee. of lot :30 except ADMINISTRATION of the NOTICE OF ACTION; me description of the property and the the of LEWIS ARJt-

of I.Ola.0 foe to the Poll ROW/ of Section: 18. Township 5 So: diuRaga .. SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION TO: ROSALINDA ARNOLD names In which it was assessed ere asfellows Industry INGTON., described property as follows: A lot 125

IO46S ..... Both parcelsor 23 East as per mop or plat ofWeodlewn Defendants.. Address Unknown :
C..aihksa feet ft.) located
1 feet by:200 (25000 on
casteb4rgmr7Bones.shore (ess. -. recorded In Plot Book No.' 1. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that en action Certificate No. BOYeor of ksuonce..l9BS miles South of
ty 3
beg d bang be .......c-ty. page 17;of the publk/ records of trad-. NOTICE Is hereby given that pursuantto for dissolution' of marriage and Description of., .../ 535.00402 Arrlngton Stark off property S E. 11m St. (Forsyth Rd) of

Panel :3k lot 57 TARA, according to ford (oymy. .Florida, containing: 3.46 the Final Judgment entered In Case other relief has been filed against you In LOT 36 N OF RD EX E 335' a EX W 125% Parcel* 04842-OOIOO In SectionS,

pie thereof recorded h* Plot look ,7.p.p.47pebRcHard. a :Ne. man or .hsa.rc.f ;' Number "'-514. In the Circuit Court of the above-styled Court. You are further. SECTION 31 TOWNSHIP S-SOUTH RANGE 7 South. 22 East to be
of day County /. 3s Lots 30.,.31,, and 34 I lit, ,.Bradford' County. Florida I will sell the notified that In said action your HusbandIs 22. Township .business.Yaw .

., ,...... M9p.rfy.lluated In Bradford and Union requesting that the Court transferyour Name In which ..............,J.W. used for fabricating further NOTICE mat .
....-" 4tThgeftheV/Vofth, Flat-1 r County, Florida, described as: Interest In the following described AND PATRICIA UOYD. are given
Parcel: All ef the N Vi of the SW 1/4 located In Columbia All of said In the County sold proposed ORDINANCE Is
T end Bredfo. County. < Florida. EXCEPT the property County. property avoidable
SW ./.ef the NW ".of the SW 1/4 far Inspection at me office
.. EodswdOe.NW1/4oingW., North M feet of Lot 30. end that porton'.f 'of IE 1/4 South and West of SR 100; In Florida to him In satisfaction of of BRADFORD State of flor....' your at and Plann
S lot 30 lying West of SR 225-A. In Seeffo Section 2. Township 6 South. Range 20 equitable distribution and/or for lumpsum Unless. such certificate or certificates of me Director Zoning
1/4 of the SW 1/4 0S.c.rs t9, Stark .
Tu-iMfire 51S. Range 21' E. lying edbat.i *' )s. Township S South. Rang 22 East, and located In Bradford and Union alimony. shall be redeemed according to low the Florida.Each ing. CIty. Hall. Thompson Street. *

: Counties.' Township 2 South Range 17 East Section property described In such certificate or
ieg fce Collier co-: .. Florida end .having Interest
.' jablk Tt 28 The North /, of the South, of certificates will be sold to the highest every person any
petjfa safe, to .highest bidder farke at tale. to the highest bidder for public io the highest bidder for whatever In the enactment of this
aeIs. .604 huM dos aI .... Iradford cash a* the; front door ef the Bradford ash; a/the front door of the Bradford the SW1/4 of the SWI/4, being subject: la I Udder at the court house door on the proposed ORDINANCE should appear

Ce.e/y. C.nle.... Storfce. Florida *. County Courthouse: In Stark. Florlde. .' County Courthouse, In Stake Florida County Road rlght-otwoy. Containing 27th day of August 1987 at 11.00 AM. end b* heard at tile time end place

110) A. M: en the. 17th day ..111171 et 11:00 AJW. ,on .th. .;17m day of ., II:00 A.M. on the 27th day of August, 10.08 acres, more or ,less. Dated this 6th day of July. 197. prescribed.
You are required to of GILBERT MOWN.CLERK
S a Sept.mber,19 87. '1.987 serve a copy BOARD"
Fr GIIWTS.SROWSCLERKOFMIDCOUEP..:>f / BROWN.. .( GILBERT BROWN your written defenses. If any, to the action Signature: BY: ....ioItMoody BRADFORD COUNTY COMMISSIO RS
COURTByiBoulaHMoody on the Husband's attorney, whose Clerk of Circuit Court of BRADFORD
4 and address is TERENCE M. County. :
Beulah Moody
By Bewfan. Moody Clerk
.' Deputy tt.rk. Deputy Clerk Deputy Clerk723"lchgIl13 BROWN ESQUIRE POST OFFICE Florida. 76 Itchg

,7/39 4* *VU. ./6..tchgl/17: DR"'WER.o. STARKE. FLORIDA 32091 on 7/23..tchg'/13
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Abused Horses Welcome '

At Lawtey STOP CampBy

keeping an animal that size. Thenwe
BCT Staff Writer thought of the STOP Camp.
The kids at the STOP camp have a STOP Camp Director Jim Hugheswas ,a+
new friend,and if he could talk odds more than happy to oblige. In
are that he would say he's never had fact it was just the sort of projectfor
a better place to stay. his boys that has helped make
The guest at the Short Term Of- the STOP program such a success-a /' r n Pf1i1Y
fender Program (STOP) camp near hand's-on program with lots of manpower Y
Lawtey is"Barbie"a horse who was needed and space for the
rescued from certain death due to horse to roam.
starvation or disease by Bradford With the help of a contributionfrom
Humane Society worker. Florida National Bank In
The horse was found on an Starke, the boys soon set to work
overgrown farm in Bradford County under the hot summer sun making a
suffering from extreme neglect, fenced-in enclosure for "Barbie" to re
with a length of rope ingrown aroundits run freely and eat to her hearts con { d "/" 1 Y nr
neck and "on the edge of death" tent. : .r
according to Humane Society "The boys named her "Barbie"for ni
Spokesman Barbara Renfro. Mrs. Renfro, who was so in-
"The horse was in terrible condi- strumental in rescuing her from a
tion," Mrs. Renfro said. "She had a bitter end. i .f'
fresh cut over her eye, she had an "Mrs. Renfro might prefer
open wound at the withers, and ap- another name, but she's just being
peared to be extremely thin. There modest," Director Hughes said.
was a bucket there half full) of corn "She did a fantastic job rescuingthat I. j ,
meal and a container with some horse and we wanted to give
water, but she couldn't stretch her credit where credit is due."
rope far enough to reach them. I Hughes said it was perfect pro-
knew we had to get here out of thereas ject for his boys, who "fell) in love"
soon as possible." with the horse from day one t _
With the help of two fellow In- especially a young lad named Ben- flwM.,Met*FfMllnNo
vestigators from the Alachua County More Worries...
Humane Society, Mrs. Renfro ney."Benney and that horse hit it off
located the 14-year-old grand just like that," Hughes said. "It was Barbie enjoys a brisk walk in her new home at the Alligator Creek they can relate to and gives the Humane Society a place to bring abused I
daughter of the owner, who told the most amazing thing you ever STOP Camp. horses a growing problem in rural areas of the state including BradfordThe
them he had abused the horse con- saw. From the moment they saw formerly emaciated horse gives the boys at the camp a project County.
tinually since her mother had purchased each other it was love at first sight,
it and had killed her foal.The and this kid had never even been "It's been a great cooperative effort of the boys here in just a week or gram is part of a broad trend in cor- "We may go up to 24 at times but I
horse was confiscated and a vet was around horses before. He wanted to between the Humane Society two.Most of the time this experienceis rections away from large, imper-- think that will be our limit," Hughes
hired to nurse her back to health.In take her home with him when when and us at the STOP Camp,"Director just enough for them to get the pic- sonal institutions toward smaller, said. "We must have the time to
the meantime,Mrs. Renfro and he completed the program and went Hughes said. "We now have room ture.Most of them are very different more easily controlled programslike devote some individual attention to I
her helpers were making a back to his hometown, but he lives in for another couple of horses if they individuals when they go home." STOP, which house up to 18 each boy. One staffer. can occupy
desperate search for a new home for the middle of a trailer park. He was find any that are being abused, and The expansion of the STOP pro- youth at any one time. $_
the animal, which soon started sad to leave." we like having her because it gives Pag 2B
responding to treatment and gained Now Barbie is taken care of by all the boys a project they can really
weight. of the guys at the camp, who com- relate to. It worked out great all the s
"We were just about out of placesto pete for turns to feed her and look way around."
call," Mrs. Renfro said. "Many after her every need-a far cry from Taking care if Barbie is just one of
people wanted the horse but lived in the bad old days at the farm where the many projects Hughes and his
the city! where zoning prohibited she was found. staff of professionals have their
charges involved over the long hot y
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PresentingThe < past few weeks helping some very
Hit Broadway Musical elderly citizens move into better surroundings -
and have plans to con-
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The program for youth has been a
big success in its two-year existenceso I
far, boasting a 97 percent completion -
Bill McRae & Annette Pusateri rate for young offenders who
With are placed in the camp by the courts.
That success rateonly( 25 percentof
all STOP Camp residents ever
Don Hardy & Debbie WoodfinGet return to the courts for another offense
) prompted the HRS to
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another camp to make a total of
85.00 three in the state. f
"The success rate is somethingthat y
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Barbie the horse enjoys a romp around the pasture at Society members, who rescued her from certain
her new home at the STOP Camp near Lawtey. death and delivered her to the boys of the STOP
The horse was found abandoned by Bradford Camp, who are nursing her back to health.

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three kids but what will the rest be pared to being Back home in their them realize right away that the Members of the STOP Camp have direction of the Forestry Depart vironment. They respond well to"a
doing at the same time? We alwaystry neighborhood Hughes said. "It can standards will be very strict from helped in a number of community. ment. They have also volunteered to disciplined, ordered environment.
to make sure that the boys are seem almost like a military boot day one." related work projects since the assist the Starke Beautification The boys are usually on a "short
occupied in activities where they are camp in comparison and it makes a The youth keep up their school camp opened. These projects are Committee to maintain the land- leash", meaning they have to ask
learning and getting some interaction big impact, no matter how rough a work at the facility, thanks to the also involved in the boy's point scape and medians in and around permission from a staffer to do Just
with the staff at the same time. neighborhood they might have come services of a group of teachers from system. Boys who accumulate the U.S. 301. about anything outside the work
We feel this is very important and from." the Bradford County School system five highest point totals each week The youths work their time, then schedule and someone in authority
it's a part of the reason" for the success A typical day at the camp begins who make the long drive out to the are awarded special favors eatingout are returned to their communities to has to know where they are at all
of this facility well before eight a.m. each day as camp each school day to assist the going to see a movie, or other see if they can make a new start times.
Youth in the program earn points the boys make their bunks and clean youth in their studies. special activities which give them a without violating the law. Breakingthe The youth come from varying
for doing their chores and following their living areas, which are then in "The amount of cooperation we feeling of accomplishment for their rules at the STOP Camp can backgrounds and every economic
the rules in the camp, which is run spected promptly at eight by camp get from the staff in the school chores and good behavior.The point mean time added to their stay,a rule level; from the richest, most exclusive -
by Hughes and his staffers like a staffers. system and the teachers themselvesis totals for each youth is posted on a that seems to be very effective. neighborhoods to the slumsof
tight ship with a difference. The "The discipline here is on-going fantastic," Hughes commented. bulletin board. "Most of them are ready to go Miami and Tampa. That fact
kids all have a chance to make their thing that is established immediately "The whole community has receivedthe The projects have included clean home so they don't want any time makes the success rate of the STOP
own input into the system as well. ," Hughes said. "We don't get idea of the camp very well sincewe ing up around churches and city and added" Hughes said. "We really program even more impressive, according -
"This is important to establish many kids here that we have to sendon opened. We try to give some of county owned buildings, plantingover don't have that much problem with to Hughes.
because the first thing they probably to a more restrictive institution, that back in our community work 75,000 pine seedlings in the the kids because many are productsof "There is a complete variety of
notice is how tough this place is com but it does happen and we make projects." Lake Butler Starke area under the broken homes or just a bad en- types of kids who are sent here, and
lately we have seen an increase in
the number of younger boys being
sent here,"' Hughes said. "You
know, kids can get into trouble for
many different reasons but don't
think Income level has much to do
WinnDixiePRICES with it. Each kid has a different
background and a different set of requirements -
for the staff to deal with.
The level of family support seems to
be so important and a real key in
how strong the kid is to resistingsome
of the pressure from their environments
to go down the wrong
path. It all goes back to the quality of
parental relationships. Most of the
youthful offenders we get here are
from broken homes. That seems to
be the biggest cause of juvenile
RESERVED....... .
WINN WMW IMC.Dhtner The counselors at the STOP Camp
ca"n.r have a unique responsibility in that
they must do their own evaluation of
each youth who enters the camp. A
PRICES GOOD boy from a comfortable, upper-
THURS.-WED., WINN I DIXIE I I middle class neighborhood may
AUGUST 6-12,1987 have trouble at first adjusting to the
harsher life the STOP Camp offers.
Cabins are not air-conditioned or
D P@pEa L heated during the winter the food is
0 0! aTAMD wholesome but plain, and the lesson
becomes clear to new arrivals this
& l"l5t2 } CAN LOWER YOUR is no summer camp.
"Some of the kids are a little spoiled -
when they get here but they soon
get over that when they assume
some responsibilities," one former
staffer said. "On the other hand,
some are street tough and adjust to
TOTAL GROCERY BILL the living conditions here with little
problem. It's the discipline they
have trouble with at first."
A typical day at the camp is a busy

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LWCI Plant Show TeriJ e Successful (

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By Mar Fr'edlin' tience to grow cacti as big as these," They have shown the initiative and
k 1 BCT STan Writer said"Lam",one of the inmates who have worked very hard along with
3 put in some long hours of time the
on their instructors to put on a fine
Despite blazing hot typical display. "You have to fertilize them show," Fortner said. 'People in the
Florida summer weather, a big just right and not over-do-it" area seem to be looking forward to
crowd of plant lovers attended the it. It's a popular event and a tribute
..t. Annual Lawtey Correctional Institution The inmates stationed in the to Mr. Coleman's,wqrk."
.. Plant Show Saturday, July 25. greenhouses and along the carefully
manicured pathways of the outside Under Coleman and his fellow In-
Inmates at the Institution createdan exhibits were busy giving gardening structors inmates at the Institution
exceptional display of landscapIng advice to the many visitors who learn many skills transferable to
and numerous smaller exhibits came to learn some of the growing professional businesses,skills whicha
which attracted visitors from as far secrets they learned in the institu- high percentage of those releasedgo
away as Jacksonville.Most tion's horticultural program and the on to use to improve their employ-
S people who attended agreed pride they felt in the program was ment opportunities.
'y 1 { :r. 4 that it was a spectacular,and highly evident on their faces as they ?
original exhibit of the ornamental greeted their guests. Plants grown by inmates at the
horticulturists' art. The head Instructor at LCI for the facility are sent all over the state,
The many displays included a colorful horticulture program is Hilton C. adorning government offices In-
cactus garden, a splashing Coleman,and he played a big part in cluding the state capitol building In
waterfall with green ferns and making the show such a success.A Tallahassee and Governor Bob Mar-
flowering begonias running along tinez' mansion.
t the carefully placed rock sides, anda "can-do" type person who
ic : special indoor display of hanging fashioned the program with hours of The unique setting for the show is
plants and flowers which were full of his own time and efforts, Colemanhas enhanced by a number of displays
blooms shaded from the hot summersun. bull a program that now sup- specially set up for the event which
plies ornamental plants for state office included the splashing waterfall,ex-
t f 1 : The inmates served snacks for the buildings all over the state, in- hibits of colorful hanging baskets
'rl ? youngsters, and cool ice tea for the cluding many in Tallahassee. It is displays and the popular cacti,
47w r tr adults; then gave each of their also a program with a high success shown in the center of the outdoor
guests a small plant of their choosing rate in terms of inmates finding out- garden area and set against a striking -
to take home. side jobs in the area after they ae white sand backdrop.
The show featured rows and rows released.
of carefully grown plants, many of A plant show run by inmates in a
and them far larger than the house state correctional Institution may There is a shaded rest area undera
plants commonly seen in commercial seem strange to some, but the in- wooden pavilhon in the middle'of
I Glenn Davis of Starke strolls by a huge Staghorn Fern (hanging from tree In center) at the LCI Plant Show. plant stores. mates picked for the program are the garden, and inmates serve
The annual event has attracted big crowds each: year since Its Inception. "It takes a lot of work and pain highly motivated to learn their new refreshments for their guests in one
trade, according to L.C.I. of the nearby buildings.
spokesmen, who say many of them While you couldn't detect it from
become involved with the art of hor- the lushness of the exhibits,the hor-
ticulture and some even get into the ticultural facility at L.C.I. nearly
business professionally later on. suffered a disasterous loss three
The spectators were just as pleased winters ago from the effects of a
with the results as the inmates. record breaking freeze.
"I like the way they lay out their
show,and the plants they have here
are some of the most varied I've The heating unit in one of the three
seen, said David St. Johns main greenhouses burned out and
Gainesville, who runs a plant show the inmates lost just about all of the
there. "It's really hard to believe plants inside. Some had been grown
some of the results they get with for a long time. One of the inmates
their plants especially the cactus happened to be passing by at the
r, o J rr exhibits. We have many of the same time and alerted the staff.They sav-
plants for sale in Gainesville but ed some of the plants but lost manyof
l'n t they have some specimens that are them. They were replaced just in
the biggest of their type I've seen. time for last year's show.
They have really put together a professional .
show here. I hope to come "They had to make up for lost time
back next year." but they have done an exceptionaljob
L.C.I.Superintendent Sidney Fort- ," commented ex-LCI
ner greeted many of the guests as Superintendent James Wainwright
they arrived and said at the conclu- at the time. "This has been one of
sion of last year's show he was "Im- the most successful rehabilitative
pressed"with the effort the inmates programs we have ever tried here.
and their instructors put into the The rewards have been tremendous
show. from the standpoint of both the in-
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The Year 1929 Makes Economic History in Bradford County and Worldby

Buster Rahn not unusual, rather it was com- excursion trains to Worthington Springs Bradford County will emerge from quarterback. All-American Dale At the end of 1929, both of the
BCT Staff Writer monplace. for the annual event.In the present situation one of the Van Sickel at left end, Capt. Rainey banks in Starke continued to
1929 was a watershed year, not on Pneumonia was a killer. When 1929 the main attraction at strongest sections in the state of Cawthon, Royce Goodbread and operteand both financial institutions
ly for Bradford County, but for the pneumonia,or"double pneumonia," Kingsley Lake was the 10 round bout Florida. Monk Dorsett adding necessary continued to look good on
nation and the world. It wan a yearin was diagnosed, there was little the between Lawtey's Monk Dinkins and "With the great strawberry crop strength in their positions. paper. However, one of the two
which Herbert Hoover was inaugurated medical profession could do. There Starke's Vasco Forsythe. Each that is now being planted and the Florida was scheduled to meet banks was doomed to fail within
president of the nation in was an adage which stated, "If a fighter predicted the other would assurance of transportation that will Georgia Tech, Georgia and Harvardon months, and the other would con
March, to be followed by "Black pneumonia patient lives nine days, "take an involuntary nap that land the fruit in all the principal successive Saturdays, with tinue as an Independent functioning
Thursday," in October, the crash of he will survive." Living nine days night." Forsythe won a controversial markets of the country in three Oregon, contender for the Pacific entity for three years longer.In .
the stock market, with repercussions was the hope of the victim and his decision. days, we are approaching the most Coast Championship, as the final subsequent installments, the
worldwide, and lasting for a family, for there was little more on The Telegraph carried a story of prosperous era that this county has game of the season. closing of the Bradford County Bank
decade. which to hope. Sulfa drugs and Florida's new million dollar prison ever known, and will be sitting on The schedule was rounded out will be noted and economic condi-
Like Charles Dicken's England ofa penicillin, magic cures for the ailment building at Raiford being occupied top of the world, if we maintain our with Clemson, VMI, Auburn, South tions of the county, following Black
former day it was "The best of would come on the market saying that it was modeled after the present sensible attitude. Carolina,and Washington Lee. Thursday will be reviewed.Commission .
times; It was the worst of times." some 10 years later. Jolliet Illinois prison, and was "There have not been nearly as Florida's record for the year was
Bradford county's farmers and Radio was in its infancy, and modern in every sense of the word many failures during this latest 8-2, losing to Harvard and Georgia
businessmen were enjoying "good television was not even a dream. with running water in each cell, and flurry as there were in 1928.and the Tech. The conference record was Offers
times," and yet there was an earlier there was no excellent ventilation. The"Rock" is banks of this county went throughthat 6-1,but The Telegraph did not record
underlying feeling of uncertaintyand broadcasting of radio, but when it now outdated, and no longer houses crisis in fine shape. There Is no the SEC winner. It wasn't Florida. Free Booklet On
doubt. Bankers and editors felt came on the market in the early inmates. Its status is on'hold." reason why they should not do the WildlifeThe
compelled to publish encouraging twenties, radio sales roared across Supervisor of construction for the same thing at this time." Black Thursday... Attracting
editorials and articles. In the first the nation, doubling each year. The ."Main Housing Unit" at Union Cor- The article was prompted by the Game and Fresh Water Fish
six months of the year, few people University of Florida was on the air rectional Institution then known as closing of the Phifer State Bank in October 24, 1929 became" known as Commission is offering a free
foresaw the debacle that was to in 1929 with its WRUF radio station, Florida State Prison was a life term Gainesville, a few days earlier. "Black Thursday, for the unprecedented booklet concerning how to attract
come in October. its most popular program, "The inmate from Pinellas County, JohnJ. In the same issue of The collapse of the stock wildlife to your yard.
Orange Grove String Band." Mendenhall, who was a contractor Telegraph, both local banks an- market, wiping out thousands of in- The 36-page booklet, titled Planting -
How it was... prior to his conviction for nounced the requirement of 60 days vestors within a few hours. a Refuge for Wildlife: How to

In an earlier article, a word picture Other Events... murder. J.S. Blitch was superintendent legal notice prior to withdrawals were Repercussions to be felt from in this worldwide debacle Create a Backyard Habitat for
of the institution.In from savings accounts hardly ad- a Florida's Birds and Beasts, is a
of events in Bradford Countywas 1929 was a most interesting year, depression, that would last for
June, 1929, U.S. was ding to the confidence of depositors. creation of the Commission's
painted, to remind old timers with a wide range of activities and currency several The fed
reduced to its current size, 25/3 in. years. economy by Wildlife Section and the
and tell people something events. Nongame
younger the New Deal and other control
about living during those days. It The 4th of July was widely by 61/4 inches, replacing old currency Them Fightin' Gators... would U.S. Department of Agriculture. In i
might be well to look at one or two celebrated, with throngs of people which had been "as large as a In late September the Universityof stimulation mechanisms, but provide some for addition to color photographs, writ i
more such items.In gathering at popular resorts, in this blanket." Both local banks received Florida opened the football seasonin World War II would preparation set the stage for ten information and charts, the
February 1929, Nelson T. area, such as Kingsley Lake and shipments of the new currency for a home game with Southern the American knowit booklet includes illustrations by
as we
Ritch, president of the Bradford Worthington Springs, to swim, cut display and distribution. Methodist, playing on Fleming today. economy wildlife artists Swannee Nardan-
County Bank, died at his home, watermelons, and have boxing mat Register Motor Co. continued to Field. Florida had been a drea.
following a three week bout with in ches. At Worthington Springs, people advertise its Marquette, companioncar powerhouse the prior year,called by "Putting up bird feeders and bird
fluenza which developed into came from around the coun- to the Buick,as being able to accelerate The Telegraph as the "nation's houses does help wildlife, but these
pneumonia. Mr. Ritch could afford tryside, from Gainesville and from 10 mph to 60 mph in 31 highest scoring machine," in are temporary measures," said
the best in medical care in his day, Jacksonville, traveling by train, car seconds. By 1936,the V-8 Ford would defeating SM 27-0. following a Camp Blanding Susan Cerulean, co-author of the
yet he died at home,rather than in a and horse drawn buggies. In earlier cut the time to 10 seconds, or less. scoreless first half Fishing InformationIn booklet and head of the Nongame
hospital. In 1929, dying at home was days, the railroad had run special Buick's slogan, "When better cars Coach Charles Bachman with Wildlife Section. "This booklet goes
are built Buick will build them" assistants Higgins, Holsinger and an effort to better serve far beyond that. It tells what kinds of
was coined, and would continue in Van Fleet were facing the toughest fishermen utilizing the Camp Blan- plants will help turn your yard into a
advertising for the next three schedule in Florida's football ding Fish Management Area, the more natural habitat for all kinds ol
decades. the virtually Florida National Guard has birds animals and even "
history. However, team was reptiles.
Governor Carlton announced that intact from the 1928 season, established a number where Ms. Cerulean said many ol
ad valorem tax rates would be in- with Cannonball Clyde Crabtree as fishermen can obtain information Florida's new residents tend to landscape -
Get FREE I creased by 51/4 mills to 141/4 mills concerning the opening and closing their yards to resemble their
your spinal for the state. The city of Starke of the lakes. former lawns up north or out west or
examination with this i levied 17 mills. Taxes on real estate "The number to call for informa- in other parts of the country.
much than tion concerning access to these lakesis "So exotic \non-native)
patient evaluation was higher in 1929, today they use
The Bank of Starke(BOS) published 1,500 at Blanding (904) 533-3318, said Lt. Dewey plants that can look pretty but don't
its mid-year financial statement, Weaver, public information provide food or suitable nesting
DANGER SIGNALS of showing the bank to be in sound Begin TrainingMore specialist for the Game and Fresh space for native wildlife" she said.

"Pinched Nerves" financial condition, with $204,202.93in than 1,500 troops from Water Fish Commission.Fish "By using native plants, people can
cash reserves, and nearing one Florida Puerto Rico and South management area lakes have attractive lawns that are in
I. Haaa'achtl. ,. Hip PainLow located on Camp Blanding include tune with nature."
half million dollars in deposits.The Carolina began annual trammgAugUlt
2. Suck. .. ..... Blue and Perch
Pain Tight M. Magnolia, Lowry,
Ms. Cerulean said she hopes the
Bradford County Bank (BCB) 1 at this more than 72.000
3.. Shoulder. Pain ,. Pain Down Lipd. continued to advertise each week acre Florida Army National Guard Pond. booklet will help Floridians develop
SpaitnNumbntu 10. Not" Pain Lake the largest of the
Lowry is
but did not publish a mid-year financial training site. an appreciation for the wildlife they
5. In HandaDlllln.il II. Numb four
Fin." 1,260 acres.
.. statement. 'We are delighted to have been compromising can encounter on a daily basis even
12. Numb TMIMnicla Total surface area in the four bodiesof
Virgil Berry with native
selected as the host annual training m a small yard plants
Early Banking Signs... bile for these artillery/Air Defense water total 1,652 acres. and other natural features. She said

Find out now whether careful, professional In Late July,a Telegraph headline Artillery Military Academy units Improved Lowry, Magnolia boat ramps and are Blue locatedon Pond Florida's current population bom is
chiropractic relieve "Local Banks Unaffected and their support personnel," says taking a heavy toll on wildlife, and
i care can your aches and pains. stated. by with access to Perch Pond limited to
Adverse Conditions"giving rise to a MAJ Norman L. Redding plans and it's important to cultivate broad
officer. "Our mission is ramp. public support for conservation el
feeling of uneasiness, but yet not operations "Although these lakes are clear
ACCIDENT CENTERS OF AMERICA mentioned in public. to support these fine citizen-soldiers and generally yield fewer fish per forts.
in heir objectives uhile at this training "When people love nature they
The wrote "The two
Telegraph :
acre than green algae-laden lakes, "
964.8018Starke Clinic- local banks have hand site and to make sure that will protect it, she said.
on strong
864 N. Ave SAFE I'Y' is one of their many hours of good fishing and Celeste Botha formerly with the
Temple (across from Pizza Hut) cash reserves,and are in fine condition priorities family recreation are provided in

our mnitt .Iky tai n.runt..d mm,......p...* m.nlbl, for..,......mmt a rfekl u..I... .. ..,. to carry on the business of the while here. the area," Weaver said. USDA Soil Conservation Service
rated 1.......,. mm nbmmmimmm .hr......... hr..,Mktr...>..k......I..U..,. ...........walch to community. All that they need if for On occasions while on night and Donna Legare, co-owner ol
Mrfonrn ai a null .,aid. wltUa 71 b... .,......1., la I*, ......1.._..far ...,... tmntem.umlMUoa and maneuvers "sights and sounds," The clear water requires the Native Nurseries in Tallahassee,
.r trMlmwt our citizens to go along conduct fishermen to use light lineand fish in
such as light flashes will be seen or assisted in preparation ol the
their business in a normal way. andORIA.N deep water. Largemouth bass are
thundering noises will be heard in .booklet.
the di.st.mce. "No need to be con caught most often by trolling rubber;, .To obtain a copy of the booklet, in-
worms and diving lures in drop off
cerned. says Redding. "Many terested persons should write to the
visiting units utilizing our facilities areas between the maidencane Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish
do tram at night and depending on grass and deep areas. Commission, Nongame Wildlife Section -
Bluegill and redear (shellcracker) South Meridan
the atmospheric conditions 620 St.
spawning occurs in deeper areas off Tallahassee FL 323991600. One i
sometimes they can be heard quite ,
WELLSCHEVROLETOLDS clearly by our surrounding communities the maidencane. Fishermen may copy per request, please.
,"' he says. "We realize that find it necessary to fish as deep as 25 Ms.Cerulean said the Commission
this dues create an inconvenience, feet during the summer. The also plans to conduct workshops
favorite bream baits are worms and
but its part 011 their training and we throughout Florida for persons who
crickets fished the bottom.
assure you that it is only short- near want to learn more about attracting !
termed." Particularly heavy finng. Fishermen utilizing the area wildlife. Locations and times of the
should remember to call (904) will be announced I
The troops will conclude their an- workshops later
533-3318 to be sure the area is
open. she said.
nual training period August 16.


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Obituaries of Raiford. .

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Helen R. Carlson Funeral services were held stitute Grocery; had in

Helen R. Carlson Wednesday July 29 at Rich &" /
83formerly of
Jamestown, New Thompson Chapel In Burlington.NC member
Hampshire died
July 27 in Lawson Care Center in with Rev. Norman Harris, pastor of Baptist
New Hampshire She was the widowof First Baptsit Church, Elon College, veteran of
C. Rudolph Carlson,who preceed- conducting the services. Burial was Survivors ] 2 for 1
in ,
Alamance Memorial Park. -
ed her in death on March 26,1981. Lee Sweat; +
She was born Aug. 30, 1903 in Memorials may be made to Sweat of
Jamestown and was the daughter of Hospice of Alamance Co., 1713 Albert SALE
James A. and Minnie Randall Edgewood Ave., Burlington, NC Mack Sweat
Slocum. 27215. Rocilte 16" Deluxe Pizza 89.95
Mrs. Carlson attended Jamestown Geneva
public schools and was employed David Crawford Funeral (8 Toppings)

early in her life as a telephone David Crawford, 46, of Ft. Myers day. August A 12" Pizza FREE
operator with the Jamestown died Friday morning,July 31,at Lee Church Haskell.m _(2 Toppings) _
Telephone Company. Memorial Hospital in Ft. Myers
During World War II, she was following a brief illness. and Rev. Choice
employed by the Automatic Voting Mr. Crawford, born and raised In Burial was in
Machine Company.She later attended Bradford County,worked as a brick the direction From Kentucky Fried Chicken
Jamestown School of Practical mason most of his life and moved to Home of 301-Starke 964-7234
Nursing and was employed In the Ft. Myers about seven months ago. :
maternity ward of the Jamestown He was a member of the Baptist Ruben
General Hospital as a licensed prac- faith.
tical nurse. Survivors include his wife, Bar- Ruben +
Upon the closing of the maternity bara Bruner Crawford; one Saturday. '
unit at JGH, she attended daughter Crystal Crawford of Ft. FL.Mr.
Jamestown Business College and Myers; two sons, David Crawford, Keene
was employed in the offices of JGH, Jr.of Ft.Myers and Shane Crawfordof FL Sept.21,
later continuing her education at three Harley H.
Lawtey; stepdaughters,
Jamestown Community College.She Tina Hopkins, Tammy Powers and Hunter. : ..f.C. !
retired in 1971. Paula Powers, all of Ft. Myers; __Survivors ttLrtt/nntttt
She was a member of the First three step-sons Timothy and Bobby C. Keene of : .
Lutheran Church and its Senior Powers, and Michael Tipton, all of daughter, Jo > rt, Hlq!; :M&r,; O Jt, '
Fellowship; Daughters of the Ft. Myers; mother, Dorothy dleburg. FL; ; I -1'l.tt: : 'N XILt \ '
American Revolution; Earl A. Crawford of Lawtey one sister, A. Keene ,
; '
U1er. 'W1.1t .mson .: t I
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Morley Barracks 1036 Veterans of sisters.
Loretta Ross of Starke; five '
World War I, Auxiliary; American brothers, Ronald Crawford of Gladys Keene : 4n:4: :;, ,_ 4", 409\\ :
Association of Retired Persons; a Starke, Dallas, Ray, Rowe and Jeffery ville. FL;
member and past president of Crawford, all of Lawtey; three one $500
Bemus Point American Legion Post grandchildren. Funeral on
Auxiliary 947; and has been a Funeral services were held Tuesday at the chapel :
member of the former Willard August 4, at the chapel of Archie Funeral
Street Ladies Aid. Tanner Funeral Home in Starke Rev. Matt :
Surviving are a son, Rudolph C. with Rev. Gene Bass officiating. services.
Carlson of Bemus Point; two Burial was in Dyal Cemetery with Cemetery.
daughters, Helen-Mae Stanford of Archie Tanner Funeral Home in \
Mayville, N.H. and Virginia E. charge of arrangements.Dr. William > [ -a
Smith of Lake Butler; eight grand- William" :
children: Dennis and Douglas William Ray DuBoseDr. :

Carlson and Debra Raynor, all of William Ray DuBose, 55, of :
Bemus Point, N.H; Roger K. Columbia, MO, died Tuesday, July ;
Newell of Arkwright, N.H.; David 28, in the University of Missouri
Mecusker of Port Orange; Ginger Medical Center in Columbia MO. ::
Ward of Lake Butler; Curtis Dr. DuBose was born in Wor-
Mecusker of Katy Texas; and Bar- thington Springs and has lived in f
I bara St. Clair of Houston, Texas; Florida and Missouri. He was a l
and 17 greatgrandchildren.The chiropractor with a practice in Col-
funeral was held at Powers umbia, MO; an electrical contractor
Funeral Home in Jamestown, N.H. a Home Prices
; a member of the Baptist faith.
with the Rev. A. Stark Drischell, Survivors include two sons, e High R
pastor of St.Timothy Lutheran Leland DuBose of Tampa and Gary e : : Start at
Church Burial followedin
officiating. Allan DuBose, U.S. Navy stationed
Lake View Cemetery.The e Frame
on USS Iowa; one daughter.Dee Ann
family suggests memorials be Pierce of Bamburg, W. Germany; e New or $969.95
made to Gustaf A. Lawson Care
Center,715 Falconer St. Jamestown, five Funeral grandchildren.services were held Sun- e Quality

N.H. in the Sardis Church at
day Baptist
Worthington Springs with Rev. P.R. with Payments as Low as

Card of ThanksMore Lawson officiating. Burial was in $4O. per month.
Elzey Chapel under the direction of -
than you know, the remembrances Archer Funeral Home of Lake Haven't you done
expressions of sympathyand Butler.
:, without a TORO
good wishes helped lighten the
heavy hours during our recent sad Drew Cornelius Sweat ;, long enough?

loss. The flowers, cards, prayers Drew Cornelius Sweat 76, of
and comforting expressions were Raiford, died Friday night at his SAVE Through, Sept. 15th
deeply appreciated. home following a sudden illness. gLIAoLIft'5. .. . ,
Family of.itEtlfelSmltll ---
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Investigation was ordered with driving while license suspended
News Briefs sentencing set for August 31. (DWLS), according[ to Sgt. Reno.
Bond was set at$150 by Judge Elsie
Traffic Sanders, he was released on his own

II Additional Pot Thomas Nelson Chagnon of Starkewas recognizance.
Change of Plea arrested August 2 for driving BREAKFAST
Found in BradfordAn The following defendants ap under influence (DUI), according to Theodore Lyvette Pittman of
additional ten marijuana peared before Judge Osee Fagan July Sgt. Winston Barber. Chagnon was Starke was arrested August 4 for
plants were pulled and destroyed 20 for change of plea. clocked doing 80 mph, his blood DWLS,according to Sgt.Reno.Bond
last Friday according to Lt. Glen Lowell F. Young. Jr. pled no con alcohol content was .20 percent. was set at $150, he was released on
Moore. test trespass on property; fined$350 Bond was set at $624.50, he was his own recognizance.
The plants were approximately to be paid within two weeks. released on his own recognizance.Dennis TO GO

four feet tall and were found in an Marvin Keith Mason pled no contest Two Runaway Teens
area off Gnffis Loop near where 258 trespass on property; fined$350, Patrick McMullen, 56, of
plants were found earlier in the within two weeks. St. Johns County was arrested July Halted in LawteyThe
week. James King pled no contest 31 for DUI, according to Sgt. W. C.
planned adventure of two
Wednesday August 5, authoritieswere trespass on property; fined $350, Reno. He wall released after a 15-year-old Ocala boys was halted in Have i it Your Way!
busy in the Graham area within two weeks. $362.50 cash bond was posted. Lawtey because they were not wear-
where marijuana had been spotted ing he muts.
from the air. As of press time there DispositionsHorace Dallas Craig Brown, 39, was ar Just before midnight, Sunday Ju- -
I was no information as to the numberof rested July 29 for DUI, resisting arrest .
Sellers was found guilty of ly 26, Lawtey officer, Lt. William
with violence to
plants pulled from there.+ VOP on a grand theft charge from according Tillotson, observed two young men
No arrests have resulted from the 1986. He was sentenced to three Patrolman AI Chapman. Bond was on a motorcycle stopped at a local
air-surveillance marijuana hunt in years DOC followed by three years set at $1.362,50, he was released on convenience store. Since the two 'nr r
Bradford County which continuing his own recognizance. ..
probation. were not wearing helmuts, the of %: w
as a cooperative effort between the Sellers was also sentenced to three ficer stopped them. During the con r
Florida Highway Patrol and Brad years for uttering a forged bank Tommie Watford Williams, 34, of versation they had a hard time with I.
; ford County Sheriffs Department check (to run concurrent Lake City was arrested August 2 at their names and other information, -
12:45 for DUI to ..
: a.m. according
Sellers sentenced to five years said Lt Tillotson, which led him to
D. C. Roberts. Williams'blood
One Vehicle Accident probation for uttering a forged bank Trooper alcohol content .17 take them to jail.It BURGER
check to run consecutive with the was per turned out the two had given
Leads to DUI ArrestA cent. He was released after a $362.50 ; '
VOP charge. false information, false names and 4' r
one vehicle accident early Sun Sellers was also given five years surety bond was posted. were in possession of a stolen motorcycle KING
left the driver with probation on three additional said Tillotson.
day morning no
Ancil C. Tetstone 42 of
apparent injuries but a driving charges of uttering a forged bank arrested 1 for, Lawteywas The runaway juveniles had only Fresh Baked
August impropertag
; under influence charge against him. check (to run concurrent and no valid driver's license been gone one day but eventually SAUSAGE BISCUIT e

Vernon Dale Gnffis. 22, of Mid- planned to stay awhile, they hadbedrolls
NVDL) to Patrolman
dleburg was charged with DUI and Lawtey Woman Gerald according He released after ,a set of keys (stolen from a 433 S. .
Hayes. was
careless driving after his 1984 drink machine at a Majik Market) $1 45 (Hwy301)Ave.
Chevrolet pickup truck wrecked on Gets 24 Months surety bonds totalling $206.25 were and four ladies rings they planned to Starke FL 32091I'rurR

US-301 north of Georgia Street in Andrea Renee Jenkins 24, of posted. pawn to get money. According to Lt.
Starke at 6:32 a.m.,August 2,according Lawtey thanked everyone for wan- Truman Columbus Strong 40, of Tillotson, who the rings belonged to
to Patrolman Michael Spears. ting to give her another chance but Lawjey was arrested August 3 for or where the juveniles obtained
The pickup truck, southbound on she said she needed to go to to DUI according to Patrolman K. R. them is still under investigation.The .
US-301 left the roadway running get straightened out. Hinds, Jr. Strong was passed out motorcycle had been stolen bya
along the curb until it struck a utility Monday, August 3 in Bradford behind the wheel of his vehicle with third person from a motorhome
pole, said Patrolman Spears. County Circuit Court, Jenkins was the motor running at 11:52: p.m., his which was travelling through Ocala. SAWYER
Griffis was released after 5362.50 sentenced by Judge Osee Fagan to blood alcohol content was .15 per- The juveniles then stole the cycle
surety bond was posted. 24 months in the Department of Corrections cent. He was released after a $362.50surety from that individual, said Lt. Tillot
for violation of her proba bond was posted. son. The cycle may have been G AS & APPLIANCES
of the recovered before the owners knew it
tion. The recommendation
Divorces GrantedIn William Austin Smith 18, of was missing.
probation officers was to place
Bradford County Jenkins on Community Control but Starke was arrested August 1 for The juveniles were released to
NVDL, according to Patrolman HRS and the cycle was detained for
the defendant said she could not stay
The following marriages were He released after
Hayes. was a $105 the real owner.
in one place and abide by the re
Bradford duringthe
dissolved in County surety bond was posted.
month of July. quirements.
Jenkins was arrested for burglary
Harold of Starke
Philip Reagan
James L.Nettles&Yvonne S.Net of a structure last December after was arrested August 2 for DUI, ac-
she broke into a neighbors apartment
tles. cording to Trooper J. H. Horler. Try Before You
and stole a piggy bank contain Buy
Wallace & Jean
Edward L. Peggy Reagan refused the breathalyzer.
ing $100. In February she was (Inm
Wallace. given released after Diary Kuy provides glumour ruction
Reagan was a $500 s1lom
David B.Sirmons& Melody J.Sir three years probation for burglarywith surety bond was posted. This arrest to help you make confident color
conditions which later caused
mons. resulted from an accident, as of choices Cull Today. MICROWAVESTELEVISIO
& Richard D. her arrest. Career Informutlon Available
Debra L. Tyler press time that report was
Jenkins failed to make restitution,
Tyler. unavailable. Sandra Reddish
visited Clay County /tn( fact was ar
& A.Jar
Thomas E.Jarrett Gayle
rested in Clay County), failed to con Director-Beauty Consultant
Barrington Bertram Smith of (904)431.1203) 064-5051
rett.Max tact her drug treatment counselorand
Ray Tomlinson & Cheryl D. Sarasota
was arrested August 4 for
Tomlmson. failed to complete any com i ii
& munity work, all leading to her ar .
Mark Tammy
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Bedstrup. rest for VOP. "" .fIP"''' II'IfWIiI'II' i r
Arthur Quicksall & Linda Jenkins was arrested and charged TRPPRJ2
with of the last / tiNhifl
burglary Telegraph
Quicksall. I d''yIDOtJ9
Dave C. Malone, Jr. fc Rebecca November and later charged with an Perm Sale :
excess of twelve charges of forgery S
Martin Malone.
Michael P. Ames & Charlotte U. uttering forged document after she .. t
cashed checks which were stolen 0z2a
Clyde E. Walker & Barbara G. during the burglary. In June she was $25I
Walker. given five years probation on the '
& Linda Gar charges to run concurrently. ;
Bobby R. Gannon
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ni on. Recent ArrestsIn Our Best.. .., I o 1
Starke Man TiredOf typicial first weekend of the I *Fixed-Time, Conditioning,

Being Mistaken month, according to authorities at Low-Odor, Acid Perm For
For AnotherKeith the Bradford County Sheriffs Of i
fice. Arrests for drunk driving net I Men, Women, & Children
Marshall Jones 31, white ted the majority, seven of eleven. Only At i a '
male of Route 2 Box 356.Starke says Actually only one arrest the past from
be is tired of being mistaken for week was not traffic related.
other Keith Jones who have been arrested I _
several times recently. Robert Lavon Holden, 20. was arrested .3
Jones, who has worked for Starke on a capias charging failure
Uniforms for the past ten years,was to appear for attempt commit rob Offer Good fof-Limited Time OnlyWith

born in Bradford County in 1965 and bery, grand theft and resisting arrest Alan, Tina, Linda Kay, Charla i'
has never been arrested on a felony without violence, according to or Denise Call or Stop FISIIER
charge and finds it embarrassing to Investigator David Aderholt. Bond RCI
be identified with"the other"Jones. for the charges was set at 5000. 964-4645 .
A deacon and Sunday School Holden appeared in Circuit Court BY--.J-
teacher at Grace Baptist Church August 3 to enter a guilty plea to the Hwy South -
Jones is married and the father of robbery charge and a presentence "! !.. 1 m
two children. They live on US-301 -- -
north. ;

Finals August 3


following defendants received
final disposition Monday at their
violation of probation hearing.Christoper 301 (North of Waldo) STEREOS

J. Wynn pled guilty 468-1641 COMPACT & RACK
worthless check; placed on community -
control for two years with Presents ,? irom
special conditions.
Wynn pled guilty second charge Coooer
worthless check; placed on com- I
munity control. concurrent (both jess HITACHI
concurrent with Clay County case). Tr; F1Sf#
Brenda Newby found guilty of hUBRR -

VOP for resisting arrest without s nN Pllot
violence and disorderly conduct; ,
placed on probation one year with G -
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Union Correctional Institution Hill was charged by a grand Jury Both inmates were housed in the
inmate pled guilty to a first degree January 12 with the murder of fellow southwest unit, a larger and newer
murder charge July 27 with the inmate Billy W. Waughtel December housing area at UCI, and had been
stipulated the death penalty phase 4, 1986. sexual partners. A correctional officer SUMMER SALEA.IFisher
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Apparently inmate Gilbert Hill, also had two slices across the chest plunge it into him again, according "
already serving a life sentence for a the prosecutors said were made justto to Elwell.
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Winemaking, Fast Growing Hobbyby .

Barney Barco
LRM Staff Writer as George defined basic winemaking enjoyment of wine coolers and other ay
terms displayed necessarj equipment wine drinks. The repeal of a Florida
Wine Making Class. discussed the properties of state law requiring home owners to
Last Tuesday two members of the different kinds of grapes and then obtain a permit before making
Florida Grape Growers Association, went step by step through the wine household wine also helped by making -
Felicity Trueblood of Melrose and making process. things easier. Now. each head of
George Comer of Grandm con- Home wine making, as a hobby a household can make, up to 200 t
ducted a class on wine making at the has gained rapidly in popularity gallons of wine per year or. a single 4
Melrose school Cafeteria. More than throughout Florida during the past person over the legal I drinking age
30 interested area residents listened Hoo vnnre --.I* "r .fn.naeed can make up lo a 100 gallons per

year. The only limitation is that you 7y ,
WE'LL TRADE! cannot sell the wine, it is for personal r r''.
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consumption only. rC .x 't.ji .
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WELL DEAL !* for making it are not very expensive "iY
and a person can manufacture small
ALL TIRES MADE IN THE GOOD OLE U.S. of A. quantities (several gallons) on a Y
economical basis. In t
very Florida I /
the material is readily available .

Radial XL Multi Mile Whitewall through out most of the year Any 1.,,, rr
can be used grapes berries,
. . . . '30.00
P133 80R-13 . . citrus or some of the more exotic
P163 80R-13 . . . . . . '32.00 tropical fruits such as mangoes and

P195 73R-14 . . . . . . '37.00 guava make excellent wine You can
P20S 73R-14 . . . . . . '39.00 even mix them or buy the frozen con
centrate available
in most
P203 75R.1 5 . . . . . . '42.00 stores In this area, the grocery native

P223 73R-15 . . . . . . '44.00 Muscadine grape has been improvedby

P235 75R-13 . . . . . . '45.00 adding several juicier and
sweeter hybrids to the varieties
.' already grown here. Felicity
TRUCK TIRES Trueblood has several acres of tight by a rubber band over the
GLASS BELTED GRAN PRIX RVS Muscadine varieties just south of mouth of the bottle. You will probably

P195-75BU . . '29.00 31x10.50x15 . '58.0031x11.50x15 Melrose on highway 21 and will sup- have to go to the store for the h e

P205-75B14 . . '32.00 . '67.00 ply pick them your already own during picked the or let you next four items. First is a

P215-75BH . . '33.00 33x12.50x15 . '78.00 The equipment needed is season.not complex content hydrometer in the for Juice.measuring A sugar

P205-75B15 . . '31.00 9x 15 LT. . . '59.00 and most of it can be found in rubber hose is necessary for plastic SIphon-, or IL
P225-75B15 . . '35.00 your own kitchen or collected 'as is ing the wine and sodium bisulfate to
P235-75B15 . '36.00 '4 00 Extra to Balance Tire the case of bottles) from dISCards. control bacteria growth. The last
George Comer stressed that your item yeast is of course necessary to
Special Summer Front Raxl0CEeCOfONOURREPIIR' { bottles should meet two re start the fermentation. All of these 7 r

D A.KE or Rear Front End Alignment quirements. They need a good thick items are available in moat farm i 4i
g3e I 1..d..t, ..or..mb.r..ta..t.m..uI.' .- wall which will take pressure supply stores or you can visit a
"U'lee, 4495 lurar .p.o. Inspect eumpeneJon ft eteerlng without cracking and should be specialty 'shop such as "The .
II system For most American can Front wheel easily sealable. He said old champagne Brewster" in Gainesville and -
Replace pads or hoes;, r..unac> drum or drive, vehicle, *.,d)Chevettes extra.Peru extra. bottles are excellent. The next these purchase ka
rotors, pied kurlngi.' bleed .du.t| ,road-tell With tire pu...... tin" item is some device for items specially made for r
most am.rt..n ura{ 1..._..M.uillc, pans e. (with coupon) IU separating wine making.
the juice from the fruit. This can be
as simple as a rolling pin for bottle
FRONT END ALIGNMENT WfPurcha..S..of iir.. '9.s pressing the fruit in a pan or a After assembling your equipmentand
Pre-Season cheesecloth bag which you can making sure it is clean, you are
squeeze in your hands. A pnmary ready to start. Make sure your fruitis
Air Condition Spec. fermentation container can be made fully ripe clean and free of stems.
Check Compressor Belts, Up to 2 CCRBETT'STire from a wide mouth jug or even a Crush the fruit in your primary
cans Freon. plastic wastebasket. A secondary fermentation container (do not
1095 & Service fermenter may be one or more old crush the seeds) Test your juice for
gallon jugs or an old five gallon sugar content using the
5-Year Red Top U.S. 301 Temple Ave. water bottle An air lock to allow the hydrometer. Add sugar as
Batterys3995 gas to escape from the fermenting necessary to obtain a specific gravity -
964-6436 fruit but prevent air from contacting reading of 24. Add one Sodium
the wine is easily fashioned by fitting Bisulfate tablet per gallon mix well, r
a balloon or a plastic bag held cover with cheesecloth and let sit for
about 24 hours. Activate yeast by
mixing with some warm water and
sugar and add to the crushed grapes.
Cover the container and let sit 36 to
48 hours stirring 3 or 4 times per

x day.Draw
off the juice and gently
squeeze the remaining pulp mixture
"Charger" in a cheese: cloth bag to separatemore
juICe. Put juice in bottles and
Reclina-Rocker Recliner add the balloon airlock and store in a
cool dark area. Now comes the hard
part waiting! Once each day check
329 ,bottles and agitate by rolling the bottle
to mix the wine. After 2 to 3 months
reg.439A ,w hen the fermentation stops and
casual that coordinates with a the balloon begins 10 deflate you can
any Interior. Luxuriously tufted, It siphon the wine from the sedimentinto
features a large head roll a deeply clean glass bottles and start the
cushioned seat and padded arms. clarification process.. careful notes of the way you proceedso years and will be happy to advise or
Comfort never looked so stylish!Ie O O These are the basic steps and that you can vary or change stepsto give helpful hints based on their own
Dy there are many variations which can produce better results on future experience.
be used in experimentation to obtain runs. Both George Comer and Felicity Another wine making class will be
different results and tastes. Felecity Trueblood have been producing held in August. The exact date and
Trueblood recommends you keep grapes and wine for a number of time will be announced later.


y Lou-Ann Azalea & Blueberry Farm CheckpointsBradford

i Located off 100 South toward Keystone take right on CountyThe

I 24th Avenue follow signs or Florida Highway Patrol

} Call 964-7109) & We will assist you Tues. thru Sat. 10.5:30 will be conducting driver license
h and vehicle inspection checkpoints
during the week of August
STARTS I Consignment Shop 7 thru August 13 on SU-21, SR-100
\ / ( SR-230, SR-18 SR-16, CR-18,
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CR-100A in Bradford
CR-230 and
Swings & Picnic Tables County.Recognizing.
the danger
"All Nature Sings of Jesus" presented to the public by defective
1 vehicle equipment, Trooperswill
\ .r-- -- concentrate their efforts on
vehicles being operated with
defects such as bad brakes worn

FOREMOST.* PxCEWSEcombine tires and defective lighting equip
ment. In addition attention will
be directed to drivers who would
gaotj2ctjte4 Good violate the driver license laws of
4- to bring you The Patrol has found these
LOWER PRICES! g' 12 checkpoints to be an effective
means of enforcing the equip-
ment and driver license laws of
Florida while insuring the protection -
of all motorists.

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Beam Florida Highway Patrol
r- VO will be conducting driver license
1d; 1.75 and vehicle inspection checkpoints
1.75 during the week of August
---- 750 7 through August 13 on SR-100,
", 379 SR-121, SR-231, SR-241, SR-238,
299 snar.n sec CR-18, CR-237. CR-229, CR-125,
o.M 799 CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-796A in
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"Brentwood" ., "Danbury" 'ThA Champ" 'Bartles Andre weekend hunter education class
Recllna-Rocker Recliner Reclino-Rocker'Recliner Reclina-Rocker' Recliner Calvert 8 will be held at the Union Correctional .

Settle Into this handsome woodRelax In this tufted transitional Let the envelope....welcome Extra Champagne Institute on Saturday and Sun-
detailed contemporary with thick that's cushioned lor soothing I you Into a getaway to comfort. Aug. 8-9 beginning at 8 a.m.
padded back and seal cushioning comfort. Gracefully detailed. Tufted generously padded. 19Jaymes it each day.
750 The course is sponsored by the
750 Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission
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SINCE 1923
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964.5826964.5827 Estw/at PATFC entire 12 hour course in one
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Still Needed for Sunshine IndustriesBy

Mark Frledlln gives them a real boost ot confidence the client to living and working In- majority of adults at the center. M Page'I
BCT Staff Writer when a worker can do so well in the dependently in the community. "The works with the I
The drive for funds is still on for business environment. We would At the present time there are over 'most-abled'program clients who have the
the staff and clients at the Bradford like to do this (community place- 55 clients attending the program, an potential to a job in the outside
ment) much fet
Association as as possible becauseof
of Retarded citizens' increase over last year, which puts community' La mer said. "The
Sunshine Industries workshop, demonstrated.the positive" aspects it has an even higher priority on obtainingnew goal is to place them in a job in the
which is experiencing one of its big space in which to work and ad- community and also to include 1
gest years yet, with a successful Sunshine Industries is a bustling minister the variety of projects followup supervision. Responsesfrom
placement program operating in enterprise located on State Road 16. which are going on constantly at the the employers have been very
local Mentally retarded adults of Brad- .
community businesses facility.To
ex- positive so far, some of them saying
ford who work and learn
County at
citing plans for an expansion of the the clients, one of the biggest that our workers are some of the
facility.The the facility gain extensive, practical positive aspects of the facility is the best they have ever had."
facility needs community support training and working experiencefrom warm relationships they form with +
for the new building, which will the program.Success the staffers, who obviously take a Workers at the center are con-
house an added workshop, stories abound. You have real, ongoing personal interest In stantly in productive motion, mak-
only to visit the clients and staff
classroom and office their welfare and
space to meet progress. ing about 400 wooden pallets and a
the needs of handicapped citizens of members to notice. The firm but easy-going attitude of variety of other products each day
Bradford County. "Some of the clients who come the staffers make for a friendly at- and using power saws,aircompressed -
"We are planning to build the new here have been in institutions where mosphere at the center, an at- nailers and all the tools you might
building this year," reports Ex- there was no creative output at all", mosphere which encourages them to find in a professional workshop."We .
ecutive Director Bob Larimer. "The and it stifled their mental growth, progress. have never had a serious ac-
plans call for an 8,000 square foot Larimer said. "It's a completely different "Our goal," Larimer said, "is to cident here," Larimer said.
new building which will add a situation here, and the have each client here reach their "Employers who have visited us and
classroom, additional office spaces changes in personality are dramatic highest possible potential and at- the workshop have been amazed at
for the staff, and an entire new after they arrive and began workingand tempt to live as close to a normal life the good work habits of our clients." Justice Adkins Gives Portrait...
workshop for the clients. Local fun- socializing with fellow workerson as possible. All of the training here is The facility needs the
ding and community support will be a normal basis. The people here geared to the client becoming more community's help to grow in order to Former Florida Supreme Court Justice James C. Adkins. Jr., of
crucial in this stage of the project, in this community should be proud of and more able to improve his skills serve the needs of local clients. The Gainesville presented a portait of his father, the late James C. Adkins.
but we think we have a lot to be proud the progress they have made. We and learn new things each month to new building program has a goal of Sr.. to Eighth Judicial Circuit State Attorney Eugene T. Whitwortb. Sr..
of here, with our profit making want it to continue, and that's whywe eventually be able to live and workon $176,000 which staffers hope can be on July 1st, 1987.
businesses and our successful com- need" help with our expansion pro- their own with minimal reached soon. Members of the The portrait, which will hang In the lobby of the State Attorney's Officein
munity placement program, which ject. assistance.' association are distributing Gainesville and which was formerly displayed In Justice Adkins's of-
has been very well received." Sunshine Industries provide voca- Workers at the center make a membership and contribution formsin fice in the Supreme Court Building in Tallahassee, commemorates
Three of the most highly trained tional training, daily living skills (a variety of items one of the most hope of reaching that goal. James C. Adkins, ST. service as State Attorney for the Eighth Judicial
workers at the facility have received vital, but often overlooked part of popular currently being a beautiful, "Everyone is welcome to visit us Circuit, Including Bradford-Union County area, from 1922 to 1938. Hang
jobs at local businesses around the the program) and a productive wage heavy duty cutting Board which at any time and we hope they will ing behind the two men Is a portrait of the late T. E. "Ted" Duncan who
Starke area and employers report earning job to clients attending the customers have been snapping up. decide to help in our goal," Larimer served as State Attorney from the end of Adkins' tenure In 1938 to his
outstanding success with their per- program.Through. The Sunshine Industries Voca- said. "I can assure everyone that retirement in 1973. when Whitworth took office.
formance. the principals of "Normalization" tional Rehabilitation program, or their generosity and support of this
"This program has been very en- staffers emphasize ac- community placement program, worthy program will be repaid
tivities and programs to enable the currently has three clients, who times
couraging so far, Larimer said. many over by the increased
"This has been one of the most satis- handicapped and person to become as have graduated from the work ac- productivity of these special There about about 400 different kinds of ants In the United State alone.
productive as independent as tivity program, which serves the "
fying things we've done yet, both for people.
The ultimate
the clients! and the staff here. It possible. goal always
throughout the program is to return
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Body aM.r.or ad.. 5800.19r31191BUG 17 HONDA CB 400 JMOTOtCYClI IN CITY 6000. [964-5764; alter SAMPSON LAKE 3 IR, 2 Bam, fireplace, .
__. 793-307. a 6 Itpd g Very good condition. Mud aa> to opprvool 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tin dock. 4 Inch well, 62000. 4733843. .. .
*. Stork. MOO. 964-7620. 8/6 44 ACRES with 2 BR house or will divide 7/30 Hnchg .
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ItchqB 13PERSONAL Into 10 acre or more tract 964-7771 or m
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9644537. 5/14 TFchg
SERVICES WOODED LOT. lake view SampsonLuke ,
) V-a weal 25.000 mJe. Mew Fred
$1200 or best offs, call
JYwaee ...toe. oath 16.5 white spoke Teegar! RCAUTORWe
EVAS MAID SMVICf. Frao .atimotva.Bu 1.737.1807.7/16 4tchg 16BOATS ALONE Call BRINGING PEOPLE
end S22OO. Call .
--'c: or. .....M or horn**. %4.8793.8/6 Itpd TOGETHER Startle's most respected : J
Raba Crew Eod a41in 96 4S72orS33OK =Mal k 'it
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9646.3140 a 6 Itpd1M3 WAN TO DRINKTHAT'S dating service sine 1977. All age Including

aaCR SIrfUI .. ..good candi WANT YOU TO STOP BUSINESS, I-800.648.4401.4/2.nlor tin citizens LAKE BUTLER Hisforie,....,II..1 dI.p.-........

ate ttOO Panhae Sunb.d. THAn CUllS A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE. timber. This ttcOefy fame ftmr.BunaVni JfltawrR. ..181I1II.cvrCnff
4tslw.d; BOO. Cora 496-OD6I aher SmanS&I1 1983 I4FT. FIBERGLASS fishing boat, two .
p/us wainrsooting & .....
porcke atsanfc .
*fsOane -*
Alcoholics _"-.,,. liv. wells tilt Scandinavian European Brazilian ig MM puree-
trailer $750. 9644818. .
of 126.0OO.
High Exchange student
OltW BLAZER. 4 350. 4 sp.sd 944.41509644219pd 8/6 Itpd arriving
T.4L3BATV. Km goad, looks good. sell rhra 8/IS JET BOAT 18 ft. Boorum 460 c.l. Ford In August. Become a hast family for STARKE Canvrmeatftoolt3amTf Iffayfrne-miAamfem I
an ....... p 1 FOB 11gJNDEIMD....car. cold vstmnot**. Honety-Morv F.nc. Co. condition. $5,000, 783-3660. 7/23 tfjm Call I-BOO-SIELING. fcan 2 BA CB *'ithCa&A.tarvtf.cmrrmliMla!
Own. Tommy .ddnr>. 964-8559 Ho 87.326
air. S29S5. and Dodge Van SI295
43H-rS6at: B. A Madt973 HANDYMAN: carpentry painting, .I.c! STARKE Bright-1210K6.esTstg5Y.3Siis.t Guuftoam mrmt?
POCO ECOMOUMC 2OB VAN tricot compl*t. horn ,.pol{,. remodeled immediate-:f'. KY Ir9tSKI.Jftt.. CRKA: 4 Bt Z

automatic tmnsmissien. AC good Rcojo.x fct.rot,**. lK mtd contractor.PFSOO49306 . , BA, great roon.JrncrA. fjctirm closets too*amrdl-SH.. ddL
Call Mitch. 473-394O. l/9tfn
-rape 781318: S 6 ttchgMI SEWING MACHINE REPAIR All mak s KEYSTONE HEIGHTS TOWKOOVSE cft. --.Sfvi *-Z2BSuf.
OWTT arAnON. 2 door. auto J BR. tBA -2 car garage&2 agsacr9tD. '"..f oaewairrgBAAId.
chord oihd.....oaut. dart s M Coil -t64. 8.*
BUKX RECA1, 6 cyl.. 2 dr. pw. pb. -.g, _h.....* for .oi.. Jam. : \\AcceJerated'Realty..lac.\\ STARKE Vnum _....** .... am bra. starea caiaema. 9647S4SW SfrKdhmd" corn.*Morgan Rd.and Hwy prox. %,800.q.ft. with fNdiI rn ct411>7 twins "'-. .- wrt!*its_ni
16 510..9(04.8733.3119 rlr private loading and ....,.. Bmrnrab.- .
1"D 4IIdog S 13 ramp \. sjpaor*- C-nmySL(
LAWN SERVICE for residential and
.S .W SOBOCCO. Perfect conditionsnU'vnde commercial 45.000.
Reasonable Fr.. 4
w./.re.ubla6auems' ..full .ara-tY.buying;an a4r.r 87 estimate*. 964-4338. 7, 16 tfnchg Francis S. 3BR.1 ......ca. prh.an E.eo.i.b.dk S 3X009 I 6'

grew __. vary Sporty: AM-M lAWN SERVICES, mast town.. $3O. Fr.. : 964-4544 M.ltonT.rr .3 BR.2....CB,OKUA. ..-._ S _.5CIJ I,
MtMlflattar mr.we..AC. filial IfTJJjJNmVaft estimate*. c644238.7/16Nnchg. I I 1240 Blonding -4 lilt.2 M.II, ,.......... S .....IDJ !:
$:ftS00A.kr.q: sa.soo. Co.i 96463QSor H L H CONCRETE Alvotvi Court -From*,a$!.I BA S20XXO 1 I
W, pour slobs, atdewalk. all/ type .....
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473438O. Ask far-- MFtrn S>*'GICIJ I
152Os. Walnut St. REALTORHwy.
190DODGEBBIVANoonr.n.oeIV: curve owed patio 473-90S8 7/30 lid lOOaCl'o..NewIl"idp.MHI-__ 47.300 i'

baA Winds, ___. 6 cyl. wrthrTTJDOD 4rpdB 20 ( 301 S.) odoinMig| ; 3.66.dotN. SI2.0&0Edward.Laop..3I1I1.Z.
.......... SI7OOO OBO9A.WC HAVE YOUR HOUSE or place of business' ......__ SUIDJ .
cleaned ...., .. Starke. FL
"' or when ever .eed. .
.6 ttpd17R6IEwTO1MET. Orang.and Pratt 21"S .
Very reasonable rote, Call 9644755.
...owir payments 3O4TSB3O: Wayne E. Douglas. MSA Brookwr 3/2 brICk ar.dfra.n..5hody, GlIb Sua..._' lid S..._ I
on*,. Oil 96.7933. &. Itpd CtCRIAS MUSIC HOUSE (Studio) Mng Dairy Rd.2J25 oast.3/1 CB.CM/A s 431000
Designated Appraiser Laura St. 3/1 .
lesson. Guitar Banfo Electric BassInstructors CBEanaadyard.w&l.a.oiI* wCrokby S3S.SQ0: I
7* o.vUN P41 TRUCK long bed.goodl Richard Lake and canal MM-I..... *42.00014IOOO
B Gloria
$ .3D8 mosor 496-Z29"and. .body.6-3lchrg dependable II Bryant Coil{ Now lOo.m.Kellogg 2 p.m. ((904)) fX Homes/ Lots/ Acreage S WaterfrontS Crosby tak Canal 2 M.I SA... Tt'A.En.wr." S >

964-BI2O Itfem Farms / Commercial Kingel.ylak.Villog.-211.IBAFro.wSlmk S 2 .300>
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OLD FASHIONED HOME Frame 4BR.2BA CH/A.Newly P.inlcd.Ncw 301 N. ..Sacroi., MH 4.aok.p. .2 bulldm3t34: w:JIJI! S 37.000) |

PINES carpet Has IBR/1BA Apinment w/Scpar Entnnm.on 5 Acrei.Owner 301 N- by Econo Lodge 16SXH'.3Oll. sraosooo)
Tinancing. 301 N approximately I SO .___.22D' srasow
QUALITY LIVING 301 N Dairy Queen Building
Rapidly growing Insurance BIKINI LIVING 3BR,2BA,Brick Home w/Swimmmg Pool.Living& Dining 301 S. 193'3011rmmni, snaoasascnai

SA t2'1l Li.BU1er J office is looking for a Rooms,Family Room w/Fircplace,Large Screened Porch,on 4 Lou. Lake Acceti. 301 and Washington St. .262.5.MS' S 91 sod

(504): 436-2365 DEPENDABLE and NORTH OF STAR KE-Brick.5BR 2BA.CiliA.Fireplace, Living&Dining 301 S an301appreK.2..ra..Tee 51511.000.lKltl

1.2&3 Bedroom Homes Rooms Large Eal-In Kilchen w/Snack Bar,Inside Utility Room.Enclosed garage. .
HONEST Clerk/Underwriter 1 Acre. Rd. 100 East 1.37.."... S 7000s

rtiar Hospitals,.Schools: & State Trainee. Experience is not GROW A GARDEN CD Home on 3 Acre.,2BR.2BA.Extra Large l05th A_. lo .., -2%.-)...-).. i--.l a aae
FaoibesProfarmm .Thm .......... .
438 H-at .
Living Dining Room for Entertaining Family Room,Breakfast Room.Snack Bar Hampton ocr t | | aa iyiHiii-mi S *given to Long Term required but Is heFpful. YOU in Kitchen Garage. Lowtvy 5 aa*. lOSth AM.
I RdlOOE 12ocr. pl-r...h'"am.l 2000
Hartals- Consult CfSce. Unit; 23 MUST BE BONDABLE. Call 6.92 ACRES, BLUEBERRY PLANTS! & PECAN TREES 3BR.1 BA. .
Flume Rd. 9ocrs joins Country CIoAo s_.aoa>
Caed.Tw Court Kids Pawd Plarsrou'Tdlwtaf between 10:00 and 2:00 Frame and DW Mobile Home in Excellent Condition Covered Patios A Cirport, Rd. 16E 9ocr. ,2 tv-illi.3Mplicttonto: $40000
Pmw Rd
""""""'" .............. .....T_......_ ONLY 964-7283 Well A Septic. Rd. 16 W and Crawford R.-T a omOklawaha SKI: 000
IN LAWTEY Maintenance Free Exterior.3BR IBACII/A,Carpet Ouuide River :3 b-tout-M rows Sts.aoossaaoa!

Utility Home, Large Workshop, Pecan Trees,Fruit Tree,Grape Arbor on)Lots. Graham 14'.iacrm.ckmn d $11850

TWO-STORY CEDAR MBuy&Complete this 5BR,3BA.Home Large Primitive Baptist ChurCh JU. 201 enras.:3--II*.

Living Room, Formal Dining Room,.Recreation Room,Front& Back PorcJiei.7.6 2 Mptic tank.. 2 poles. ._*.imn.ue-
Acres. Or will apl.each %xr.oat
Brownlee-360431.--. S 122312Boylss
Hwy SO acre faame fcuiiie a Bog 6.es _
r CH/A Large Enclosed Porch to use a< Dai'or Family Room,on Large Lot. Owner finance: 575rf1W0

NEAR SHOPPING & SCHOOLS CB Home.3BR. 1/2 BA.Living ..i* >i.miimr-

Room Dining-Kitchen Combo.Central Heat Shaded Lot. Lakefront Lots C Lake__ton* $ 9800

GOOD BUY CB Home 3BR I BA.Living Dining,Kitchen.Central Heal.Nice Price range from b

Lot. 5 21.000

EASY TO KEEP UP-Cypreii.1BR. I BA,Large Living -Dining Area.Rjnge. -ADIS.-

Dishwasher Inside Utility Room, 1 Acre in the Country. Country Club Ectate*-2.loti IS 7,500S

DOUBLEWIDE W/SPLIT FLOOR PLAN Like New.3BR.28 A.Great ( 3500Kingsl.yLol..Villeg.2I4

Room w/Fireplace,Cathedral Ceiling Range A Dishwasher CH/A.Workshop an ( s 4.500
Crosby Lake Lot 22-Make Offer S 17,000
2.7 Acres.
SELECTED PROPERTIES Washington and Cherry-2 .lots s 01000

Susan IL Finer,GRI.CRB PRESIDED Winding Tree Lake.la*246.iF""Ion defwanr 5151132A4rr
LA WfEY-2 Lou Inside City Limits.Zoned for Mobile Hornet. .....

q2 51UL 'ElpY IJ{ TEN ACRES: Bradford County. 13th Street,N.E..Pecan Grove. P.uliw Isd.ipk 9664,77

LOT ON LAKE GENEVA 100x790 ft.on the waierl! JahfiLengferdlAmteTerwillega_........... 4tK291

I..tIcaIrId' Hwy.3n BilLs S-SR.1OD. 221 W.Lafayette Street 105.2 Northeast Alachua County. Priced To Sell .NoI-. 47X-7VO
10 ACRES in South Clay County Residential.Aarialh......$17.900. Randy Cery 4t/S39r1

.20 ACRES NW Bradford County,ResidentialAgricultural.LAKE .
9645069REALTOR .
LOTS Crosby &Sampson Lakes,Owner Financing.

4.55 ACRES 2.16 ACRES:Near Graham,Zoned for Ma

.CITY LOTS On Hwy 16W,2 Blocks from 301. WHOLE HOUSE SPECIAL -

ASSOCIATES EVENINGS .CITY BLOCKS FOR SALE Northeast Seam 5 Rooms for ft** prica of 4-: Uss*_. '.. A 3 I RS

Irene L FauBuier I -964-5142 m HWY 301 SOUTH Two separate parcels.: Good Business location. PROFESSIONAL D3i" IDM

LutdEe Spry9648420 HWY 301 SOUTH S Acres near Earleton Beach 21ff on Highway. ..OlItyW..Low..Po'- _

Bobby aggs 964-7331 .COMM: BLDG.IN CITY Approx.15OOO sq ft floor space. ( ,, & Hall) __ __ 14.5._...A..i.bl.
REALTOR Citizen Discount 'MoWVi'tenrgeOwjifge, :': EneeJ4afa etes.
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THINGS RELATED 210.. ... Cots r.-rre..b4rlr.-a.xY tw..a.ir

-roarmrtl CASH ROW on ..-. bnch duplex in great condition.I .
Os3-Mw, 100 W.....
..... r* BA BUX3I HOME Terrace. Owner will sell.
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.1ICfMMCP DOWRt 2 urrt.gamest L w'Iey.

.ojfXSTWULs: PROPERTY 2 BHgs. -'met. S5.OOO. *2 MOBILE HOMES on 2.9 acres. Far****.....
.135.-2 M. I .....on a double lot.tAJOE 0 6 r *MH AND 19+ ACRES Frwata. but mmHf B9! It- yynk. :3V3: ]

.c.csaY lOT lorr an waterIMOUk f doublewide with large open BUMII..H. sue.mm W__ee..___ ...-...
t SZ. -.3 _.3 BA Block home. Owner wiH sell VA-FHA. 3/1 FRAME, I ADO iq.tt; 7 T MIll:Ille mmm.rilll i.. I.Tlj---. lue Httil..

.IAWTF'-7.5.-. +MOBILE\ HOME WmI ADDITIONS b.ilk mt>.........tmMmL.SmltSnm\\
.3 BRC I'A> BA HOME.. lawtey on 4 acre.Cencreie on 2.5 oc..... $32.500 with owner tiers o.y.

.4 p6s1s0CAt PICPHTY bttt. bldg. Only: SI9.50O. A SPECIAL BUY 2 BR. I BA. cawbal l MBA.an mnsv In&mmi/ fMaMyafj

s.1k1llOle. Sam* large from* hon.. pate barn _I......,. 964-4522 forage in bamom.of _fmanuma. fntmm**>**.M -SSt SM.

.2 OPT LOA aaned es.d.n.d. only S3.ICO each. STARK, Fl, *JUST OFF SOUTH BOI -Mobile'-,3 M. I .*.mm t*anas

.SAB SOw lAd AS-2 Bit mobile horn with '0.10..1. on. t *CRYSTAL LAKE AREA -Need .lots. of ape .?par 2ADO_. .iw Km bamsr |
.1AIIGa CCUIIfWY HOME 4 B> J', BA on 37 oos. than new brick home. 8*. 2..-..CHCA w 2 IBM*_ snn!.

.1EIUCID-28R. 17 x 60 WH close to town. SIB OCO. Owner financing" withATBtHOMT *LAWTEY AREA 3/2 C5.OktA, ....-.. '.5iD r+4- fit.* I aara. S$..n.
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flUME aon oca .4-t.i sores. SJ2.'100. -
.. -Large home with beautiful row i e 11 ACRES :%-On SI M t.*......._. Salt... si..r3.

.M000ACIEAG&J -SI.600 per acre. *2 LOTS CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITE- H J00........
.ttITBBtlND cOTTAGEgood hunting and fishing. *KINGSLEY LAKE VM1AGC-3 lots far sf,908.
.C&IBTpRI EACH jmmmulme doubktwrfe moMe home on I I acre. '
.1 aaMwaatsMelrase.itosavaralbldg: *LAKE LOTS on Sampson Laka.

.6 Mft5.. *. mdudmg studio opt. r *SAMPSON CITY AREA Door ....tiry .w ge.Y w ... JJ: w.a. t9h'-Ir

-BIIv. 31ft A-> .....-B .. uniesmsmi -noried good -..c225A -. '41 timber. Close to !s..mp- .......S32. :a Owen L-....
COUNTRY CLUB- Building ....low. "&.sam. s... ..._
.... -I 3.1.-. bold w or pat mobile '-. Ion of tree*, term*. Iw.wciwry
._.auI t& US.. LCn.-.............. mca 3 Bd. 2 house. in lake Butler. I *THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL BUY *
.31 AQS.F; .partial cleared B pond wooded ......,bldg. site w/tg. stockeddb One of the finest 3/2 Doublewide built, on 3 acre of manicured .land on a .
MOBILE HOME PARK: BITE .......-..........._r.1II5JR.: .C1y:
,.... I paved road with a tide access rood. $49,900. water B sewer available StoKka.
.$TAaTE 1st3R1 .3IR. lei 8*. ....... bock' ..d. vtiiiry bMg. S3S.9OO.
'f *LAKE BUTLER 1.300 so,. ft. _uttdms)mm K*.za Ise&riser.. ........
..... .n a 22 ............ was.fenced some pecan and oak tree *HOMES IN STARKE* *TURN KEY Oft-RATION Boat mmmmAmUtmim. ..... .......... 5hwrp6.rdkwr
.2 SPAT NOR.E in has had .lot of .
4-.w. ramadefing.i. BEAUTIFUL. BRICK ./2. CH A. fireplace' energy! efficient on t acres In and Gntfcraft fishing boat. Ck..arw.rr.e.Stork. .
.IG..vt Ama..o..o.or.2700aq. h. $89.900. Additional' acreage available. ..ONHWY.i .. -Aportns.wtmnpLrt ...:::,.....................
.DIE eIF.cD MCIIIIS in DMTwood. sunken fruing room 3 BR. 2 BA. ..; W 10PTION TO BUY Exceptional Brick Home In absolutely, the best *2400 SQ. FT. SponUng ew-. H31a: ..._11---41"-- ......

..cE: IIi0.1r SITEI acre, past hospital, wall B septic.on location.3 BR. 2 8Aovarl.600sq.f.. I living ono,doubt garage. CHI A. 130'* *INVESTORS Pmeaang SD.OM .wad.try, pwi "sOr.ew 1.
.....ACRB ..tf.SII'........ Hwy 301. has tieb.r..3JM1te 300' b/. city water t sewer. 70500. *US Ml Vacant land available...---... sew..........CaMI.......

-!i mrn btag. onfy I yr.old on I 1/4 oae.IOAITS *IN THE BEST AREA .On Bessenl Rood, lovely 3 ....-. 3 both, separate .*our OF STAJCKZ*
.IM1 "-- LOT.only S3 SOTJL
I ._T 7p .- Iacre-. S1S.OOO. dining room, double garage many amenities. On S acres 105000. *LAKE BUTLER redued .. ......0---_ ee eelU .......VII1I
E3BsT.1'... BA.bride .emier m town. S4t JOO.lOVBV *FOR THE GOLFER-Country Club over IV4 acre. *, 3/2. All brick, sunken living sacrifice to buy Jarg.r ......ill......-,.""""" ..
.1816 Oil 3 story home has been restored. S3J.500. roam fireplace, coiling to floor window many "' 79900. *WEEKEND RETREAT 75 N.aa Mart......r,'3 M**.. O A. $394. .
*DEER RUN Immaculate In this 32 H. MH. Concrete pad security
.c..elF A BRtD.paM>4-t ap-...3 B*. 2 BA. has everything *HISTORIC BEAUTY' 2 ery 3/3 OC/ .tjiafiiaiiia..** a -'Io6IIo-.r..
.lOt*Of STACK(or the mow,. 4 H. 3 BA. reduced to $.S4 900. lights, stocked lok. Ideal for retired. Only' 15500. *KEYSTONE fiigh Ridge Cateta*.3/2......$2-.
lot. 553.000.
4/2 IN CH4A. 2 ear 100 X 100
.....J__Q.ea...., soil 3... I BA. only S33.30O. .REDUCED $5 JOB FOR QUagC SAUl-KAdFOaTO ABBA_arid; 3H g_war 1
aw1V... S\.2ecrevwMt>3 >oO. venakleblda. B 2 mobile"home3eawwHt *. *EXCEPTIONAL 3 BR.over 1300 sq. ft. $28,000.: ft. oa.. This tmmaculata <...* _*. mmmr ljBTJB> ea> Bt. GHaiA. .naijjaLd ......
.. '", *SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3 ill IVt Bo opprox. 1400 sq. $39.900. dishwasher above ),lea 110___0- .
-: >3 ," BA fruit tree, oaks B etc.fencaa grsu poo sa.q rMSiU
*HANDY MAN SPECIAL Brick home, approx. ISO X 200 lot. $20.000.
.c-- '" -.ww )wifh 3 B*. I'/. BA. workshop only S36.OOO. *HAMPTON LAME*
*FRAME HOME on N. Church St. Immaculate. Only
.. B .. ..... S26.COO.
BR BA. lawisv pod to
*PRICB REDUCED -3/1 CB, CM&A m Stork. Owner financed. $36.000. *ALMOST NEW CONTEaM o.MW.4wwRrsa 75 trI_ ....Bw.... $7o-.
.8IT ARKAV.3: 8R..* BA on 3 acre, only 125.00O. *HOMES IN THE COUNTRY* *Inc HOME w onye. -a.TS*..af.............badfi.oar!:f1RAOa..

c-ms.od a Reiiisennul Ben...Avoiloblel *OWNER SAYS GET OFFIR daubl.wido"O acre. of good land. $47.000. >!! Invite!! Inquiries Our Other Prroprlrfilsr

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EXERCISE BIKE good condition. $20 or TELEMARKETING IN YOUR OWN HOME. 4 BEDROOM, 3 BATH, living and dining MAKE SUMMER tXSEOVATIOMS NOW AJCC OOKBMAM PUTS ....".... FOR SALE Citation. Refrigerator, HotPoint
will trod for ladles bike In good cone on Lab Geneva. Efficiency ..-.:r.w. triads S So*. docked.
KorSaig e tow
E... or days, 6-9 p.m. Set appointments rooms, and kitchen on I acre on Cast -".,. Sears dryer rem
ditoo. 782.3872 after 6:00 p.m. 8/61h for salesman.Call 1-348-1773 for Laura St. $425 month. Coll 4962738. $ISO weekly. Monthly or eemanel.. 4._::, rois..d slsses n'd--. drum to".- J'"r.r" and F G ampl.fic'r,

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS A. low at Interview. 8/6 Itpd 8/6 Itpd counts. Special rates far year raeidl SITS oo.403-336*. Hod sVo bath i in excellent ,0,,,..,,,<)0. ./J-. .Vt(
$14.99 month. Call 9646946. tfn ...... .
per Lake Geneva 473-29I
NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. time position, 40 h..., 6 days. Call lot. Central heat A air. Stove and 71686ON HELP WANTED FOIl SALE Slalom water ski plus ca.*,
Measures 24.36" 25 cants each.Great 485-1174 alter 4 p.m. for details. 8/6 refrigerator furnished. Utility shed BEAUTIFUL $SUVE LAKE IM cat. Jobe-Honevcomb, excellent condition,

for potching and repairs. TELEGRAPH 2tpd 813DIRECTOR with washer & dryer. $275 month plus tage. AC. furni....... $275 per em. BA99' ti1ER NEEDED-for(we school ago SI2Oor best offer. 4751310. Itpd 8/6

135 W. Call St. 9646305. HOSPITAL'ENGINEERING $100 security deposit. Now taking ap 904-246-4160 or 473-2440. Jtcfcg ......... Mewangs only for schoolPoor. 1982 VIKING TOP-UP CAMPER 16%'
BLUEBERRIES U-PICK. SO c.nt. a pound. FT, Salaried position with a minimum plications. Availabl. September 1. Call 723.813fOR 3-nn.-Jog7123-113 long sleep 6 has Ic. box, stove,
1 mil. west of Lawtey. CR 225. Call RENT 28R. 1BA sWaaUya. Cave s .
of 3 years experience In engineering 964-6305 from 8.5 p.m..or alter 6 p.m.. owning attached asking $1200.
782-3344 or 782-3942. tfnce 3BR. 28A overlooking Lab .......... 4737677. Itchg 8/6
required. Applicant needs to b. 964-443O or 9646493. 8/6 4tjo 8/27
WHIRLPOOL SELF CLEANING OVEN Ilk. familiar with JCAH standards and HRS 1 BEDROOM HOUSE for rent. Large $275 and $380.Mrs. Perry. 473-3562 or NOTICE 6X6X12 DOG KENNEL Lloyd Stereo
now ,:ISO. toll 9645733. 7/16 4tchg Life 473-4903. 3tchg 7/3O-8/I3 B set 473-3152.
Safety codes. Excellent manage screen back porch. 825 W. Cypress St. system weightlifting
8/6 FOR RENT 3BR m.nt and Ph. 9646191. 8/6 Itpd chgS/6
opportunity employeebenefits.
14 FT. THUNDER CRAFT SKI BOAT with a baths singlewide. no pete will s.Il.1.6592269.2tdtg do .... ..... h9- Ma.r.rar d.
Applicants contact Bradford 196 DOUBLEWIDE, 3 BR, 2 on 2Vi
90 HP : 8/6-8/13 fice e* i.re and pad in aaVonca
motor. 782.3801
Mercury or m|
Hospital, 9646000. EOE. 8/6 Itchg acres. Barn S shed. Iocr. f.nced. $350 YARD
782.3281.7130 2tchg 8/6 EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON wanted month. 7823462. 8/6 tin FOR RENT Twin Lake lakefront, 2M.1BA. adsmo u- its obaady ..asabMhedinst. SALES
YOlK WEIGHTS. 350 Ibs. of cost Iron $300 'ma. first A tact waysdeposit .Ifs eIhco.
_Ight.. Heavy duty bench w/tquat 7823003. 8/6 chgtfn WATERFRONT ON CROSBY LAKE. 201'3BR required. 473-38S6. 2 pd MONITOR STAFF CANNOT U HELD S FAMILY GARAGE SALE Fri.. Aug. 7.only ,
POSITION AVAILABLE Sewing floorsupervisor. 1 bath. $475. 1 year Tiffin BOwens
7.3O til 6 Garden St.
rock. Prachr curl bench attachments 8/6-8/13 ESTOMSIM.E fOR MISTAKES IN a.m. p.m.
Paid holidays, paid vaca Lie. R.E. Broker, 964-5065. 8/6
adjustable bock and trap for sit up*. FOR RENT possible option to buy. 1983 OASSVsEDS.....AD IS TAKEN OVER avow from high school. Itchg 8/6
Extras curl bar, :2 I straight ban, 2.11 tion. Rate of pay commensurate with Itchg 14' wide 2BR. BA.comer fenced lot, THE TEUPMOVIC.OaMAed YARD>>SALE fri.. Aug. 7, Hwy 21,behind
lb. dumb bells. 2.10 lb. dumb blls and ability. Must be dependable. Experience RENTALS. AVAILABLE 4/2 In town $350; $20.000. $1500 down. $265 per mo.. .........s 11 CO aJP.prior Suwonne. Chain link f.nc. w/gote,
Send resume toBox 2/1 $300; 3/1 $250; I/I Apt. $165.
2 dumb bell bars. Bench is excellent necessary. Silver Sands Estate 473-2730. 2 chg .oil*..... pu6ictiw.Mx sofa and more.ltchg 8/6
791 Tiffin A Owens Lie. R.E. Broker
Starke, FL 320910791. 8/6 ,
MOVING SALE stereo, blankets.sheets .
condition. $350 cash Also DP _charge m IS words lor$35O.
a 2 M. 1 BA lake
9645065. 8/6 on Johnson. I
Itpd Itchg
workout bik. w/spdometer and out _iw IS coots for owl word_wr__. pillows, misc. Fri. X Sat.. Aug.
NOW HIRING Sewing machine 2 BR MH FURNISHED, quiet building. Enclosed porch. $225 nun* 7 8. 672 Hebron. Park of the Palms.
odometer, practically new, $50. operators. Paid holidays, paid vaca neighborhood. Hwy 16 'V mil.from cl- plus deposit. 964-4286 or 964-6IOO. Itpd 86MOVING
Reason for sal. Is because of lock of 7/30 2t_ 816MOBilE PERSONAL SERVICES
tion. Experience helpful but will train. ty. 468-1323. 2/12 SALE Sot. S Sun Aug. 8 A 9.
.. 964-4037 during day and .. In FOR RENT SOUTHERN VILLAS APARTMENTS
Hourly rat Apply p.rson at Vogue All kinds of it_. Low prices. Cascade
964-4480 alter 10 p.m. Keep trying. Manufacturing 710 S. Water St., 1 8 2 BR units Call 9647295. HOMES FOR SALEFOR msw* NG ......... wLw. .....,. Drive Htghridge Estates. 2nd Street In

7/30 4tchg 8/20 Stark., Florida. 8/6 Itchg between 9 a.m. & 11:30 a.m. Man.. .. ........ ....... ............ Fro.s. See 5ogne. Itchg 8,6
EXERCISE EQUIPMENT AND WEIGHTS for TRAIL RESTAURANT of Lawtey will betaking Tu..., Thurs.. A Frl. Equal Opportunity SALE BY OWNER 14' wide. 3M.IB .-.-- Cell Rcb .oI73-JMO. 3/5
sal.. Call days. 964-4037: or after 10
applications for experienced Hou.ing.23 tfnchg A. on corner lot near town, finable. LAWN MOw/RtIG/ Tmamoq. odguig.
p.m. call 964-4480. 7/30 4tchg 8/20 waitresses and evening cooks and 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED MOBILE HOME. on terms. 473-273O 4,cng 7/16-8. C. ..... a- ........ .0173-3MQ. ._ ESTATE
HONDA 200 SX. 4 wheeler. SI.650. Call dishwashers. Waiters and waitresses Close to prison on Hwy 225. Call MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 1973.24X52. Ell:__1.._315 dsd.q
782.3928 between 5:30 and 9 8/6 LAND SALES Plantation Farms 5 ,
p.m. must b. 18 of In 4681323. 6/4 tfnchg acres
years ag. Apply person 3BR. 2BA. central hoot stow C PElSO taL HOUSE OEAt9NG-r. .can-
Itchg only no phon. call. E.O.E. Wayne MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK refrigerator $8499..oI73-7129.-. ngL soceof.... ........ A ......... For Nt-Dry, partially cleared. 16000. will
FROSTFREE UPRIGHT FREEZER. 32 cu. ft. Norman manager. 8/6 1tchg Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. 2tchg 8/6.8/13 mare wfo.w.ttow. 473-41798. 4tctig ego_ 17651985. 2tpd 7/30.8/6

Good condition S3SO firm. 9645610. LICENSED RN NEEDED at Whispering Recreational vehicles w.lcom. Phone 19(7 FUETWOOO MH. DW bg .... CACPCT nrotjpsc C C B Carpet AUphofstery. GOVERNMENT LAND from $1 an ACRE.

8/6 ItpdFRIGIDAIIE Pines Car. C.nt.r. 3.11 charge nurse, 964-7498. 9/16 tfn well carport, pood>es.CMAA.Xmoue. truck mounted deeps Land foreclosures, repos A tax ..i.r.dproperty.
PORTABLE DISHWASHER lull-time. PRN, LPN' n.eded. EOE. NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR. 2 S26.9OO. Financing. 473-74O4. Itpd .,6 sati e>. __. 473-7770. Free Get the FACTS today I Call

Very good condition $10O; Almost Phone 9646220. Experienced need only BA apt. For more information call Lake HOMES OF MERIT 4BR. 2BA. de4.._. ...ieiB 1L 7/3 .*-':24STAMUV (refundable) I-SI8-459-3734 ext.
new J.C. Penney play pen with net to apply. 2/12 tfn Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Opportunity low down payment 1tv49%. HOME rHOUUCIS or* now I3339A 24 HRS. 7/30-8/20

siding S30; 964-55SO after 5 p.m. 8/6 BOOKKEEPER, part-time. 30 hrs. per Housing. 6/7 tfnchg S25 /_. Undo RaVe MaMe Um.,. ..oiabl;w t.,- .t-di..- eorctII.
2tchg 8/13 week for lumber A hardware company. ROOMS FOR RENT: Magnolia Hotel $8 Oc.1..104-351.8514. 8/-/Z7 --KMoht 473-3199. 4fDd7/30-au 20 HOMES
LARGE SIZE GAS STOVE $85. Call R.ply to: P.O. Box 364 Lake G.n.va.FL per night. From $35 per week.. Discount BRIGADIER 3BR. 2BA. den. 11.49%. 1t0M MrfO1fFRIlr.

9645684. 8/6 3tO| 8/20 32660. 7/23 tfnchg offered for longer term. Apply in person $279/mo.: deluxe IMou.- Unde ...... or ._pie. ......repeladdi..... 30 BRICK: HOME FOR SALE 2,000 sq. ft3BR ..
YAMAHA SILVER CORONET. Ilk. n.w. FEDERAL STATE CIVIL SERVICE JOBS, Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across Roy's Mobil. Home*. Ocala. ..* eer...a Bradford end ismse.uene. Pay 3BA eat in kitchen dimng-living-
9646499. 8/6 Itchg $16,707 to $59,148/Year, Now Hiring! from Post Office. TF 9043518514. 8/6-8/27 5/79,6. ffomin/w/fireploce 2 car garoge-pool-
Cou.is 473-4O1BL:
LAST CHANCE PLANT SALE 11 Th. Industrial Call JOB LINE 1-518-459-3611 Ext. APARTMENTS FOR RENTi N.wly LIBERTY 3BR. 28A. 14X80. low down walk Ha school-many extras. Reduced
Complex of Rallord will hold a F-3377 for info 24 hrs. 7/23 3tpd 8/6 decorated everything furnished. Laundry payment. 11-49%. '1"/...Uede Drogog ng to S89,SOD. Call 4734400. ttpd 8/6
I louse of 1.127 lestu
oe Lofings..wcr
shrubbery plant sal* through August 8. TRACTOR TRAILER DRIVERS If you're at facilities included. Video room Roy's Mobil. H..... Oc.'.. far.R Yw o..4..Ka.K .,.,..... FOR SALE BY OWNER 2BR 2BA. In
All plants in on* gallon containers will least 23 with a good driving r.cord and available. Will accept one child no 904-351-8SI4. 8/6-8/27 473-7721- "tr..d.gHAFOYMAIlo Keysfon Heights. Screened porch
go at SI.25. Call 431-1898 431-1552 work history with no more than 2 moving pets. Palms Apts., 2313 N. T.mpl. I9M CLOSE-OUTS SX down oasy utility room assumabl 8.75" mor
Cerp.xwy poisiy..1a
for details. 8/6 Itchg violations in 3 y.ar., the Pool. Ave.. Starke 32091. 5/1 TF credit. 3 A 2BR. full warranty low os tricol. co.pI.: fcoe '....0'. tgage. 4753369. 2tpd 8/6-8/13
HAYs ALICIA New hay. $::15. old hay. Truck Lin. Is for you. Drivers with less PINE FOREST APTS. 2 A 3 BR opts now $13'1_. Uede "Bey'sHomes. .......
9.e ars.fst.- Ificmw.d os.riraictor. HALL LAKE 2 BR oaks
$10. Delivery available. 7 mil.west of than 12 months over the road experience avail. Call 9-5 Mon. thru Frl. 964.6312. 0c>aIe. .....351-151... ./../77REPOS cottage,. large
No. R8004W& Cell M173.3940.: flexible owner financing small down
Stark. on Rood 16. Jimmy Gaskins, will b.considered as a Poole 1/8 tfnchg ASSUME PAYMENTS double
9648356. 6/4Hnchg Driver Trainee. Apply in p.rson. Pool. 2 BEDROOM 1 bath duplex, $250 plus and singlew de. low os $139/w.. Fre* $1'.wikgMISCELLANEOUS payment only S35.00O. Call Trevor
Waters. Century 21 Showcase
ALICIA HAYs Fresh cut. $23: a roll. All Truck Lin., 2241 Detroit Blvd., P.n. security. Call after 5 p.m., 9648566. credit check. Uncle ...'. MeHleHomes. k Broker Propertie -
+c. Keystone
hay under barn. 7 miles from Starke on sacola. FL 904-447-6481 7/30 2tchg 8/6 Ocala. 9O4-3SI-85I4. 8/6-8/27 4734903. 7/30 8/20 Heights

Hwy. 16 toward prison. 964-6167 or 18002255000. EOE. fcan 87-327 LARGE CLEAN 2 BEDROOM HOUSE In PACK BAT BWv. seal end trade caMectttand 4tchg

782-3727.: 6/4tfn ASSEMBLE PRODUCTS AT HOME. (You'll Stark., no pets. Security, first and lost. CARS ...... --i.Hu- Used'__.. LOST AND FOU.u
HALF PRICE Save SO .II Best larg. love It.) Excellent pay. For Info Call $350, 17267651. 7/30 2tpd 8/6 gbr.a... ;e-iry end :food, _.. _
flashing arrow sign$2991 Lighted none 504641.8003 Ext. E9579. 7/30 4tpd RENTALS AVAILABLE $ISO per month
1982 GRANADA 4 door. 6 cyt. powerste.ring c- sat fox Ya.wseR. Ci..id. eo.t LOST M SMITH LAKE AREA gray and
letters and Call Susan F. Faulkner. Broker-
arrow $2891 lighted $2491' Free 8/20 up. ,power brakes.AC.auwse.FM .4 Hrxgttas /bgit.ay 1 OO. ....... long hair co,. Has 7 toes on front
See locally. Call today! Factory $8.00 HOUR Earn $300 Kit Show toys Owner at 964.5069 or 964-4048 TF
.ter_, 63.0OO miles. $2595. 473-1416. 473-2183. 5........ f_. Child's Reward. 473-4999
direct: 1-80O-423-0163. anytim.. icon and gilts FREE supplies and commission C A C MINI STORAGE Hwy. 301 South pet.

87-324 Call Iris 964-2030 or 9644889. 964.8848. 6/11 tfnchg
1000 SUNBEDS TONING TABLES Sunal. 7/30 tfnchgNIRINGIII OFFICE ON 301 Contact Ron Denmark MATHEWS

WOLFF tanning beds. Slender Qu.st Gov.rnm.nt |lobs your at 9645516. 6/25 tfn 11 GAGNONReBuilders '

Possiv ".rei..,.. Call for FREE color area. $15.000 $68,000. Call KITCHENETTES, weekly rates, TV and EAlTY
catalogue. Save to 50% 602838.8885, ext. 3493. 7/30 4tchg AC. Maid service. Underwood Motel 3 BH" -

18002286292. fcan 87.325 8/20 miles North ol Stark.on 301.8/6 Itchg L13:: SERVING-
Call EFFICIENCY APARTMENT furnl.hed$14& =:
MATCHING KING-SIZE BED Tripled Bulldozer Work eel Train to be a: -
stands WOO. ..-- *-755.4040NoNt. FloridaRealEstate -- per month. You pay utilities. Tiffin STARRC: IllrKI
*A chest two night
lic. R.E. Broker 964-5O65. Culverts InstalledFill
College. 7/3Otfn A Owns ,
. Matching tapestry bedspread $75. LAKE BUTLER 3I
Deacon's bench lamp table, lamp coffee LEGAL SECRETARY NEEDED for law firm. 8/6 Itchg Dirt & Top Soil
Real Estate experience pr.f.rr.d. Call 3 BR, 1 BATH MOBILE HOME appliances JACKSONVILLEGAINESVILLE H
table $75.
tab!. $300. Sturdy pool
964-6385 ltfre-8/6. 9648939. 7/30 2tchg 8/6 furnished. 209 N. St. Clair St. $200 9645414If AREA 1' i
RESIDENT MANAGER Mature coupl.for month plus tax. $100 damage deposit. No Answer

44 unit rental property in Stark. 9645523. ask for Leon. 8/6 2tchg 8/13 Gtr HOMES Skrt lo.4lj lulllinMwfMrtlima.Traie .
MOBILE Knowledge of light bookkeeping 4 BR. 2 BATH front and rear porch. 9648010FOR te Dv airline computers.

FOR SALE beneficial. Maintenance experience fireplace, gas hoot In city. Call COMMEROAl UnUMt stuffy and raidcnt raining

required. Salary plus apartment Butiliti. anytime, 9648661. 8/6 2tchg 8/13 FARM ACREAGE feaecbl aid s lUjblt Jib
... Send return to Southwlnd
1965 MOBILE HOME. 10 55. call after 4p.m. Management P.O. Box 10293 Clear- REAL ESTATE WATER FRONT plac.menI.uktance.National

9647823. 8/6 Itpd water Fl 34617. EOE. 7/30 4tpd 8/20 PROPERTYMAOISOfI oaep rkrs,Lighthorue Point,FL

CLEAN 12.65 MOBILE HOME on approximately MOTEL NEEDS LIVE IN single! middle aged FOR SALE A.C.T. Travel School

3 oe.... Ready to mov. In. woman for mold work 9647184. RENT 44IV/. ST CCWtTEO MEMBER N.H.S r
Call 964-835O. 8/6 Itpd
185$33.300.28 .60 MOBILE HOME with two city CAREER OPPORTUNITY for .wing SAMPSON LAKE Lak.front and lake access 1200 Sq. Ft. Bldg. STARK: FLORIDA 32O91 1-800-432-3004"*

lots fenced In. 24 ft. pool and deck. machine operators. Off.r 2......10.paid lots from 9000. Terms available. Ideal for Repair Shop 1-904-964-4469
CIo to schools. $5000 equity and vacation. Insurance plan, 3 paid 964.7755 or evenings 5332038. 7/30
assume payments or $28,000. Call holidays and profit sharing. Experience .tfnchg I \* $200 per monthAt
964-4818. 8/6 Itpd helpful but not required.W.will train. REPOSSESSED HOMES FROM GOVT from RearofMosleyTireCo.

1970 12 60. remodeled, $3500. Apply In person to Lak. Butler Ap $1.00 plus repairs/taxes. Throughout
862tchrg813. FL/NationwIdel Also tax pro tl... .
431.1050.8/6 2tchg 8/13 parel.
HOMES OF MERIT 4 BR. 2 BA deluxe. 216-453-30OO, Ext. H5117.8/62tpd. 8/13 On US 301 South '
low down payment. 11.49 % at $259 COMMERCIAL PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE r -k
month. Uncle Roy's Mobil Homes. dry wooded lots.. Mobil. home, cabin, See Lynn atlynn's
9043518514. 7/30 4tchg 8/20 camping O.K. Hunting and fishing.
BRIGADIER 3 BR. 2 BA. den 11.49% at $5,450 W/S150 dn.. $63.71 monthly.
((904)) 236-4579 days ((904)) 622.2438 call
$279 month deluxe throughout. Uncle CORNER BUILDING and/or restaurant Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer
2/12 tfnVACATION -
Roy's Mobil Home 9O4-351-85I4. equipment for lease. Will sell equipment eves. !
7/30 4tchg 8/20 seperately. Across from Santa F* 1-904-786-8989
14 8O low down RESORTS OR 964-6182 964-5823 964-6095
LIBERTY .3 BR. 2 BA. x Community College. Best restaurant _
payment. 11.49% at$169 month. Uncle location In town. 9647188. 8/6 tfnchg RENTALS _

Rays Mobil Homes. 904-331-8514. FOR LEASEi 1,000 sq. ft., 301 South next

7/30 4tchg 8/20 to United Realty 9648848. 964-8447
1986 CLOSE OUT-5% down,easy credit, or was "73.36:17.16: tfnchgLOSTFOUND COTTAGES Fully furnished. Daily
.. Also mobile
weekly monthly at.
3 and$139 2 bedrooms.a month.Full Uncle warranty Roy's Mobil.as low home park spaces for ,rent and homes PUBLIC NOTICE HERITAGE VILLAS
904-351.851".7130 4tchg 8/20 for sale. MT. VIEW RESORT U.S. 64E. Unclaimed 1987 school modei-AI

REPO'S Homes- Assum payments doubl and Highlands Rd., Franklin N.C. ((704) metal geared,sewing............. Due 700 Bradford Court in Starke

tingle wide As low as $139 per FOUND DACHSUND near the golf 524-4605. 6/11 tfnchg to school budget these nadunes

month. Fre* cr dit check. Uncl Roy'sMobil cou,.. Identify and pay for ad. ore unclaimed. Now never used. COMING SOON
Homes. 9043518514. 7/30 9646539. 8/6 1tchgCAMPERS SCHOOLSSEMI Free arm Nebo dressmaker model -

4tchg 8/2O sewing machines for pant legs
NEW USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy sleeves, collars etc. Makes button | One and Two Bedroom Apartments

Wells at AAW Mobil. Homes. 964-6407 OR DRIVER TRAINING. Earn Big Bucks- holes, sews on buttons twin needle Available

or 964-6408. 8/14 tfnrw TRAVEL TRAILERS Drive Big Trucks! DOT Certification. sewing blind hems and saw* 10 I

24 X M DOUBLEWIDE.all set up In Olin'sSubdivision. Local and National Job Placement thick_ of Denim. 25 year warranty ._...._........... ., _Cor
Ready to move Into. Assistance. Correspondence/Resident sew silk leather and j jupholstery ee. rim-l..Nr. _mrsi..xs.r
$13.800. Financing available. Call It7f TAURUS. 27' self-contained larg. Training. Eligible Institution for FInan- material. List price I .'-r..rypse..tar our Tv 3.r iL.s.wwy f
964-5606.6/11 tfnchg refrigerator AC heat., antenna rear cial Aid. Guaranteed Student Loans. ___wale 4t t..a.orLiM
2 DOUBLEWIDE REPO'Sl Financing bedroom sleeps 10. $4500. 9645318. Call 18003463112. United Truck $629.00. now only $188.00.AH motor | -c-------_.Rrr P-.

available. Call 1.272.0625 collect tfn 7/30 4tchg 8/20 Master. Resident Training: Tampa credit cords accepted checks OK. .._. l
2 USED DOUBLEWIDESt Low payments. POP UP CAMPER with AC. Sleeps 6, Florida. Home Office: Clearwater, Lay-A-Wayt welcome. For fro.home fP..r-

low down payment. Can 1.272.0650 $800. Call 964-8520 alter 5 p.m. 7/30 florida. fcan 87.328 delivery cot Educational Omman FROM ONLY $200-.anara
2tad 8/6 1-800-223-4768. Money bach

collect- tfn- -- ...---.-.-. auor-t Rental illNnfatien amiable at
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r. the construction tr__. K cat: tea,. ssQJ

Elixson Wood Products Inc. t ti RobertsReal ( 443-3231 Mon-fri 9-SPM _

Estate ...
Cypress Mulch and Pine Bark I 986 N. Temple Ave.


You Pick-op or We Deliver J Starke, FL 32091 spaces home commercial buiksmg.Expand .

((904)) 964-6262 your investment ,-.!

PARK Inside city limits, city utilities
Lumber I It. 28 ACRE FARM available. also 2 br. furnished ham*.
Red Heart Cypress Cyde Repair Parts AccessoriesUS
i Comfortable 2BR Home 1417-4 BR.. 2 BA brick 'ham* an 5

acres, new born, check this cull Only -
964-6649 j w/fireplace, CHI A, Bam & $75.900. 301 N. Starts 9645805MT

.. r S i Outbuildings, fenced & cross /452--60 AC. FARM. 2.s.ory hair*.

fenced 10 acres In pasture, pond, stalls.. and _! 90-16 I MAXON

Opening Late August producing Pecan trees, FOR Privacy RENT Plus.: W..ront"e.*,furnish $49.50 Fun Face Helmets

balance in improved pasture. ed. Also, Commercial space frontingUS $39.95

Forest Park Apartments Excellent Location; 4 miles 301. Budgie Nets I OPEN:TOES-SAT. .

Attractive i &9 BR/1 B Apts.. range, xoSfc"v.. from Starke. Lorraine Champion. BrokerSTROUTKZAI.TT $3.99 ea.J SneO AppmvedBATTERIES I

carpet cent heat & air, ; : FuD Helmets12N12A4A1
1BA CH&A Block Btmgte Cords 12N143A
Rents from $180. f' 2BR, JJta/., $34.00
patio and laundry. Home in Town. I99C e a $26.95 $29.95

$220. min. 775 NE 1st St. Lake Butler ." e 4V0314733O00
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For information/application: 5 Acres of Land on ForsythRd. .r Foam Grips I 14 Slti.lis Oi Fitters

Tropical Properly Manag m nt. inc. PRICED TO SELL! $2195 szso t>ts. st.95 TuneUpsr

1021 NW 40th Dr. Gainesvilto. Fl 32805 838 N.Temple Starke

(004) 372-8327 E.H.O.


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FURNITURE LINENS children's cloth.., homes tailored to your pay schedule LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF .PROPERTY .
jeans, ponte, tools, toy and much PINES SR121. just south of SRI00 in ir. 65- MOBILE HOME Two bedroom. 1 ? If I don't have It, I'll find Its Just
mor. Friday. Aug. 7, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE 3 BR, 2 BA, Bessenl Rd. Brick home with Lake Butler Call 496-3366. tfn/chg. 1/2 bath, central heat and air. Must ask JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.
Hampton Lok. Hwy 18, 1 mil west STORES choose from: Jean/sportswear, large attractive yard. Central heat and 5/21 ... to appreciate. 6000. Call 496-2)26) or "496-2903 sees "YOUR'
301. 8/6 Itod ladles apparel, mens, children/mater air. City gas screened porch. Large OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE. 4960071. tfn/chg. 3/19 UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn
nity, large sites, petite, double garoge. 9646808. 8/6 Itchg located In Union County Times Buildingat NEED MOM ROOM 24x70 doublwld
304 N.ORANGE Friday. Electric mower, dancewear/aeroblc, bridal lingerie or 2 BR. I BA with 2-car garage Perfect for 150 West Main. Call 496-2261, for mobile home, 4 bedroom, 2 bath, HOMES
girls bike, trombone and cat*. Two used -' accessories! store Add color analysis retired couple. Easy walking distance more Information tin family room. For family that want lots
trailer door, box fan point, 3/..'' Brands: Liz Claiborne, Gasoline to new shopping center $29,999. Call CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN Nicely fur. of space..Financing can be arranged If
Inch plywood and mor. If rain, next Heolthtex. Levi, Lee, Camp Beverly 964.5606.30 tin nlshed all electric, central heat and needed. (price Include delivery and let GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U
_.k. 8/6 Itpd Hills, St. Michele.Chou., Outback Red, PRICE REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE 3 BR, 2 air private paved rood, laundry and up.Only 15500. Call for appointment repair). Delinquent tax property
THURS., FRI.SAT.,Ill noon. Off 301, corner Genesis Forema Organically Grown, BA, brick veneer home with fireplaceand park playground. Near schools, hasp., 496-0071. 6/18 Repossessions Call 1(805)687.6000( ) ,
of Weil Market Rood and over 2000 other. Or $13.99 One Price garage, on S acre Beautiful state facilities. .PINES SR121. east Lake RENT WITH! OPTION TO BUY Like new Ext. GH-1136, for current repo list 7/2
Sleepyhollow Drive. 8/6 Itpd Designer Multi-tier pricing discount or home United Realty of Starke. Butler. Call 496-2366. Two childrenmax. mobile ham. Central heat and air. LAKE BUTLERS Reduced for quick ta''.. 3
family shoe star. Retail prices 964-8447 or evenings 4733627. NOW ., and no pet. chg/tfn 5/21 Single wide with wood ildlng and BR.2 BA, CUBA large lot, only$41,500
FRIDAY ONLY August 7, 8.30: a.m. to unbelievable for quality shoes normally $59,500.7/2 tfnchg MOBILE HOME Two bedroom 1 bath In shingle roof. Mortgage assumable $38,000. Mathews Realty, 964-4469
4:30: p.m. Out 16 E. toward Camp Blon- priced from $19 To $80. Over 250 SMALL SIX ROOM FRAME HOUSE. On lake Butler. Central heat and air. Un Must see to appreciate Call 496-3206, 2/Stfn
ding on N.E. 10th Street, 11 hoot on brands 2600 styles. $14,800 to $26,900: 88'/ ft. frontage by 215 ft. deep lot. furnished. Ready for Immediate oc after 6 P.M. or 496-2261 days tin
left. 8/6 ItchgTHURSDAY Inventory, training, fixtures, grand Deep well, near Southside Elem. cupancy. Call 496-3206, after P.M.,or ins 14x70 FIESTA SEVILLE mobile home,
AND FRIDAY, maternity opening, airfare, etc. Can open 15 School. $16,000. Call 964.5795 or 496-2261 days, ask for Call tfn 2 bdrm 2 both, large master bedroom INSURANCEMAINES
clothe, baby cloth.. and lot more. days. Mr. McComb ((612)) 8885228. Itpd 9647853. 7/30 4tc 8/20 BUSINESS OR OFFICE SPACE available on masonite siding, central heat> air, low
100 South, turn I.ft on CR 18, first dirt FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 BR home in Main Street LB. phone 496-0077.tfn-8/6 down payment call 496-0069 after 6 INSURANCE AGENCYl 25 E.
rood on ,left 47th Street at the end. "'SIVI'IXERCISI TABLES and tanning Stark.. Easy walking to schools and I ACRE SHADED LOT with hookup, p.m. Itpd.8/6 Main Street Lake Butler, 4963978.
8/6 ItpdMOVING bed now available at tremendous ear hopping center, $40.000. Evenings, ready for mobile home. 1-1/2 miles SW $250 DOWN makes you the owner. Complete Insurance S.rvlc.10 tin
ings. Sunlit Tanning Beds at $2895, Exercise 9644424. 7/30 4tpd 8/20 of LB off SR121. $60 per month. Balance like rent. Owner financing try
SALE Saturday August 8 813 table (seven machines) for 4962955. Itchrg.8/6 us. Call ((904)) 3760260. ltpd-8/6
N. Thompson. 8/6 Itpd 24500. Call W.W. Enterprises I ACRE SHADED LOT with hook-up,
SATURDAY, AUG. il 9 a.m. Ill) 4:30: p.m. 2055393321. fcan 87.323 ready for mobile home. Near WS, $65
Prison trail.r park. Follow signs, mist FIGURE SHAPING. TABLES .
Open your ANIMALSFOR per month. Call 496-2185 after 5:30:
items. Lots of girls clothing size 312. own figure salon with the original p.m. weekdays. 7/23-tfn WANTED TO TRADEWould
V.ry low price. 8/6 Itpd Slauffer Concept Figure Shaping SALE

SATURDAY AUG. 8 1968 VW Bug. $750' Table Our but equipment never duplicated.I.I often imitated ACCEPTING. A FEW STUDENTS for PETSFREE like to trade 2Vi yr. old pony, filly, for cow or calvesof

obo; hauling trailer $150 obo; o.:tlqu. 3122349547. fcan 87.332 Western Horsemanship Instruction. equal value. Pony is broke to ride and has been ridden
dresser $60; chlldrens Items and much .- Also' horse for show and sale condi TO GOOD HOME kittens. Call bareback. She has pinto coloring. Will sell pony for $200.
more 2'/t\ miles west 100 watch for 496-2694. ltfree-8/6
HOMESFOR tioning. Call after 9 496-2093. 8/6
.. 8/6 p.m. 782.3872 offer 7
Itpd 2tpd 8/13 HALF BLOODHOUND puppies for sal*. p.m.
301 NORTH. ACROSS FROM TEXTILE SALE .PIGS FOR SALE $35. Call 964-8454. 8/6 lorge-boned, healthy, 1 male, 4
TOWN tools, country craft, misc. Itpd female, $10 each. 4963883. Itchrg.8/6
household Items, baby clothes, 2 BR FRAME. AC, carport, large shadedlot BULL DOG/BOXER PUPPIES 8 weeks 374-1443
clothes, etc 8:30: til Saturday only. 8/6 screened porch, Stark., $25,000.
old. All males, $30. Phone 473-2289 HOME 485-1554

GARAGE Itchg SALE FrI. &Sat..Aug.7?8. 22 964.6827.7/30 2tpd 8/6 after 5. 8/6 Itpd [ J FAIRFIELD ROOFING! CO.
BUTLER > $37,500. Appraised BULL .PUPPIES. Mother English, father
rifle, table and chair, baby bed, play 9/85 at $41,200. BR, 1'\% bath Boxer. 6 weeks old. $25 each. Coll RENTLEASEOFFICE ALL TYPES OF ROOFING fl} Il
pet, hl-chalr. stroller, walker, pot A block home. Living room, eat-In kitchen 964.7865.7/23 2tpd 7/30 Free Estimates' All Calls Returned Within 24 Hr.
dishes, tires,
pan carpet central heat. Call Bill Hambrick,
bedspreads, sheets, towels, singlebed. LICENSED
1.396.1166.7/30 2tchg 86Claulfl.d Well cared for, need experiencedrider AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
1977 Maverick and 1978 Honday $600; child' pony, 2'/i\ yr. old filly located In Union County Times
750 7 miles South of
cc motorcycle Call for Information.
brown 8 whit, very pretty, $200. building.
Stark Rd. 100. 8/6 Itpd deadline Is TUESDAY
on 496-2261. tin.
Will consider trade of both for boot
or .
Irv.: "
NOON, prior to Thursday publication. : ,
til, Rain cattle of equal value. 782-3872 after
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 9 or Classified display deadline I I.TUESDAY,
shine. N.W. 75th Avenue, 1st dirt road 5:00 P.M. Special Classified' display 6:30: p.m. tfnlh NOTICE
after Tatum Saw mill most items under placement Is NOT Guaranteed 4 YEAR OLD REGISTERED E "
SI.00. 8/6 Itchg Minimum charge for classified ad I I. QUARTERHORSE $1200. Needs experienced PRESSURE WASHING 'I
rider, 964-4622 or 964.8900 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
15 word for
$3.50, then 15 cent for
each word thereafter. after 6:30.7/30: 2tpd 8/6 to the Union County Times office <;>. Call us for a FREE estimate and FREE sample of our work <*>,
In writing and paid In advance ?
unless credit Is already establishedwith IHOME.S. MOBILE.HQMES BUSINESSES$ MpTELS. DRIVEWAYS,
this office.
Classified deadline It TUESDAY, Durrance Pump & SupplyU.S.
YES : NOON prior to Thursday publication.
Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50, 301 North, 864 N. Temple Ave.. Starke a
then IS cents for each word thereafter.
*Pumps Plumbing *Well Drilling, 4

we can arrange financing on your MacClaan Water Conditioners 0. .

For Sale or Rent 964-7061 "-.S Z'
_. '
new or used car or truck! LAND FOR SALE

30 ACRES WITH PINE TREES will divide 10
acre parcels. Near Santa F* River. Approximately David Lawson Paint & Body Shop
1/2 mile west of SR121.
: To $1000 CASH BACK $1.650 per acre. Owner financing. Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates
YES ((904)) 4963151. No call after 8 p.m.
ltpd-7/30 CK 22V NW 28th St. 964.6133
on 1987 BRONCO II l .- ??


Last Chance This
Saturday. Aug. 8, 145 SW 5th Ave. year

,. I' dawntDapproved I hhrg-8/6 Longnecker u-Pikor: BLUEBERRIES
credit GARAGE SALE Saturday, Aug. 8, 9 Farm
a.m.-5 p.m. CR-231, off SR-IOO on Pick Ing Sweet Tlfblue's
"x Olustee Rood. Wooden baby high
x4en .,R1r chair, baby clothes, adult cloth., etc. Farm46e2483Home Open Mon Sot 8.6 Closed Sunday

tchrg-8/6 Earleton Florida 2 Miles East of US 301 |
::a''" -475-1151 1.7 Miles North of SR 26 on CR 1469
...... .- -..... ..... FOR SALE 'or.. 473-2702' : : '

BOXER PUP one champion breed boxer
with around ::!OIl
pup. Whit brown patch
eye.' Ha* had shots. $50. Call anytime irrriiiiiirnmjfflHXPffiTAUVlCE i .New Home Windows
I oiler 5.30: p.m. 4962351. 7/23-free, Additions
Ii 7/30chrg-tfn : Palnllng
i .
I M ISUZU DIESEL ENGINE PARTS$750 Carport New Roof Systems
or belt offer 496-3629 after 9 p.m. Cut Brick or r Pool Enclosures
7/30-4tchrg-8/2O |[ON_ _ALL:OF YEx..JF3l] Stone Work Vinyl Siding
freezer and window air conditioner. DUll ING NEEDS Call Today!

4962694. Itpd.8/6 | r"* '64-6766
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TOWERS repair and sale. 1 NORTH FLORIDA sts cTt1 i TJuavs'
4 oleo satellite service. Call Don Wilker- 71S i. Call. 51.rke 964- 7te
DR. (10) to choose.fromlLoaded son at 496-2282 for free tlmote. Lic.RR 2 77

with OPTIONS! 7/16-3tchrg-7/30
FTtEBAJR ovl __
3.goA Interest Available : c.i c. LOANS Pocket More Profit-

i Use The Florida Classified Ad Network

$8995.00 loon for any purpose. NORWEST Now the Florida Classified Ad Network

i FINANCIAL, Ken Porrish 3909 (FCAN) can help you sell more real
Newberry Rd.. Gainesville Fl.. 32607. estate for less. Your 25-word ad can
Call ((904)) 376-3363. 7/30-4tchrg-8/20: 1 reach over 2 million readers across

YES HELP WANTED Florida for only $125 on the FCAN network

; : 70 daily and weekly newspapers

the state. .
F-15O US FOOD STORE-26 In Lak. Butler Is covering
1987 Service'
Florida Press
now accepting application for Call or write the
Manager .Position. Experience: a must. today for a free brochure on pocketingmore
Company benefit Salary based on*xpefelnce profits with FCAN and the name of
PickUpyr plus bonus. Send Resume or
I flE"rybodveras \ nearest you.
apply at SAS office 2200 E. Duval the FCAN newspaper

I Strt, Lake City. Fl. 32O55. tfn/chg. c'.s.I..Y The Bradford County Telegraph

i : 133" W.B. PART 6/4 TIME position available mole or P.O. Drawer A, Stark., fl 32091

female. NAPA 496-2345. Hn.86ACCOUNTING

I 5$8995.00Tach "

CORK. t7
Raiford, for an accounting clerk. Requires THE FUTURE CALLS FOR
545O GVW. window sport wheel covers aux. fuel tank &
; eliding rear a minimum of I year data entry
\ low mount mirrors. experience, calculator by touch and
I accounting experience. Secrllc: duties
Include: Invoicing, reconciling and
general accounting function. Salary CuUigan Will Train REQUIREMENTS
f We Sell Cheaper! comensurate with experience. Company .
Field Representative Honest
YES paid benefit Contact Mr*.
Us. Crawford at (904) 431-1510 or send Installers Ambitious
Try resume by Aug. 12. 1967 to: e Clerical Personnel Self-Motivated

.PRIDE of F1e ...JMReMord.Fl.ttOCI e De11TeI'J'Ddven
e Manager Healthy

Terwillegar Motors EOEl M/F/H/V e Warehouse Plumbers Personnel cau Mr. Premo cuuigane

SEASONAL JOB work now until 328-9433
December showing toy and gift. far e Maintenance
371-1O98 388-FORD 473-FORD
964-720O ore
I House of Lloyd- free trainingfree e Electricians
.I Starke G'ville. JAX Keystone supplies-. Investment-collection Computer Operators 18OO3429O84SA1AKY
or deliveries- for more Information, :
209 W. Madison State Road 21 :BENEFITS: :BONUSES .
phone Mary Keen. ((904)) 7524453. .

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